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CORPSE, HALTED Undertaker and Six Drivers Fined in Court Yesterday for Violation ι TOTTRNVIIXE. April S: — Speed •ns the dead to a cemetery on Staten Jr.and «II the bast* of a charge ma ο by Motorcycle Patrolman Fetlx Hoffman of the traffic equal In the flrat diatrlct court yeaterday when he arraigned Ahram Rlume of Christy atreel. Manhattan, an un dertaker. and si* drivera of car* to funeral on a charge of speeding. Blume and Ave of the drivers ere found guilty on a ft rut offens· 'charge and fined $25 each and the last driver, a second offender, wa» I ned |50. The funeral cortege came over from Manhattan on the ferry and were on its way to the United Jlebrew cemetery on Thursday In Arthur Kill road near Richmond. These drivera have been warned re peatedly by the police, It Is said, speeding along that road to the cemetery In haate to get beck to Manhattan again. JOHN HECTOR IS GIVEN DISCHARGE IN COURT ΤΟΤΓΕΝνΠΛ,Κ, April 8—John Her tor. of 351 Brehaut avenue, Tot tenville, was discharged by Magis trate Croak In the first district court yesterday for Insufficient evidence of a charr* of operating an automo bile while Intoxicated. Hla arrest Ras cause! by Patrolman West after an automobile he waa driving ran down two horaes and wagons at Fleaaant Plains last Friday night. One of the horses was so badly Injured that it hod to be shot by the patrolman and Martin Pobt. fifty seven year· old, of 1β8 Bedell ave nue, thrown from the vehicle waa hurt. He waa taken to the hos pital. A suit for damages is expect ed to result from the accident. CLARENCE ADAMS IS GIVEN BIG VERDICT TOTTENVILLE, April 8.—A jury k In the supreme court on Thursday ^^^lefore Supreme Court Justice Kap M^P>er gave Clarence Adams, of Main F^"»treet. Tottenvllle, a verdict of $25, ' >00 in a suit instituted against Ïam'uel Pressman, of Stapleton, for aliénation of the affections of Adams' wife. The case grew out of the ver dict given Adama In supreme court last year before Judge Selah B. Strong, when Adams sued his wtfe 'or divorce, naming Pressman as the nan who broke up his home. Mrs. Adams, who still resides in Stapleton. was formerly Fern Strlck ST. STEPHEN'S EXTENDS CALL TO NEW RECTOR TOTTENVILLE. April S—Rt. Rev. Bishop William T. Manning, D. Γ>„ of the New York diocese, has rec(u|Bjaeruled that Rev. Dclber W. Clark accept the call of the ves \ry of St. Stephen's Episcopal rhurch for the new rector of the ' parish here. The vestry it Its meet Ins on Monday of this week extend ed the call to Rev. Mr. Clark, who has been in charge of the parish during the Lenten services. The call was forwarded to Bishop Manning snd the recommendation was re reived yesterday. Ie is expected that Rev. Mr. Clark will accept the rail and make the fact known at the Palm Sunday services tomorrow. Rev. Mr. Clark is a member of the South Dakota diocese. He will take the placo of Rev. Andrew Harper re signed some time ago. PLEASANT PLAINS Mr. an·! Mrs. Çharle· Hanley. of LJersey Cl'y. were visitors at Prince TJay yesterday. Mrs. Harold Tannenberg, of Elis abeth. visited her mother, Mrs. Joshua Hitchcock, yesterday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Jarvis. of Anadale at the Memorial hospital recently. Mrs. Ernest Kennedy Is spending a few days at Reading, Pa. Edward Fields, of Manhattan, waa a visitor In town yesterday. The annual meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held on Monday, April ] 7. The election of officers will take place at that time and reports of superintendent· will be given. Rev. William Burd returned to St. Mark's church again for another year and will be welcomed back to morrow morning at both services. rm batte ^^churc TOTTENVILLE ι —■—— Mr. and Mr». George Wilmer Biaight have returned from a wed ding tour and have taken up their residence In Amboy Road. Mrs. Jamee Harris, of Elizabeth, a former resident, visited here yes terday. Miss Kate Robinson, a returned missionary, la the guest of Mrs. Mar tha Hieavett. Mrs. C. Λ. Beechman has return ed to Poughkeepsle, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Woll. Captain Alfred Vaughan is at the Post Graduate Hospital, In Man hattan for an operation. Rev. George Whitehead, the new »stor of St. Paul's Methodist church Γ.ΊΙΙ preach his first sermon at the church tomorrow morning. Patrick Harding purchased the Sprague property in Main street yes terday opposite the store he bought from the same estate recently. « Mrs. James Harris, Mrs. Abram M. Sprague. Mrs. George Hoehn and Mrs. Fred Grose were awarded the prizes at the Afternoon Euchre Club held yesterday at the home of Mrs. T. O. Simonson, Butler avenue. Refreshments were served. Jacob Weintraub, of Long Branch, summoned to court for no rear li cense plate on his car received a suspended sentence in court yester day. Prohibition enforcement agents disguised a* sign painters came over on the island yesterday from Man hattan and succeeded in serving sev eral summons in the center of the Island. Court Veronica Catholic Daugh ters of America, have arranged for t euchre to be held at Amicltia hall Wednesday night, April 1». Many priws both for players and non player* together with a door prize, »ill be given. Telephone 888 JOUPH W. McCALLUM Panerai Director 63 Bentley Street J TstWnrflle, H. T. ... SPECIAL SERVICES NEXT WEEK AT ST. MARY'S Monslgnor William P. Cantwell of 3l. .Mary's church has announced the ipecial service· for Holy Week anil faster as follows: Tomorrow. Palm Sunday—Masses it 7. 8:30. 9:30 and 10:45 o'clock. Messing of Palm at the 10:45 o'clock T18S8. Dally masses during the week at ' and 8 o'clock. Confessions Wednesday afternoon ind evening. Thursday—Holy Thursday, Feast >f the Institution of the Blessed 8ac ■ament. High mass at 8 o'clock, ("recession of the Blessed Sacrament ifter the mass. Visits to the De pository till 9 o'clock In the evening. \ day of great devotion with the Catholics. Friday—Good Friday. Mass of he Presanctlflod at 8 o'clock. Ado ■atlon of the Cross after mass. Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, rt'ay of the Cross, sermon on Pas ilon and Adoration of the Cross. Saturday—Holy Saturday. Serv ces begin at 7 o'clock In the morn ng. Blessing of Fire, of Grains of Incense, of Triple Candle, Paschal handle, Ensfer water and Baptism vater, followed by High mass. People may obtain Easter wster ifter the mass. Lent ends at 12 noon on Satur lay. Easter Sunday—Masses at 7, 8:30. ? : 30 and 10:45 o'clock. Sermons at ill the masses on "The Resurrec :ion." SOUTH AMBOY Jacob EHenberh, who has been visiting In New York city, returned home yesterday. Preparations for tho monster eu chre to be held lu Ht. Mary's hall under the auspices of the American legion of this city, are now under way. Commander John A. Conlogue has IssueJ a general call to the pub lic of the city to lend a hearty co operation in the affair and plans to interest a large nunmber of those outside the city are under way. Present plans indicate the complete success of the undertaking. The committee will meet at the Lésion rooms on Monday night, where the completion of the plan will be made. Mrs. M. A. Camion visited in Perth Art·boy yesterday. , Alfred T. Kerr, local paint denier has sold his business to Eugene A. Morris, who will take personal charge cf the business established by Mr. Kerr for the past quarter of a century. Mr. Kerr will begin an active career In the R. U. Rue Company; dealers In sand and clay, of this city. Although connected with the Arm Mr. Kerr still retain ed the business at the corner of First street and Stockton street Mr. Kerr is widely known in polit ical circles, having been chosen for the offloe cf freeholder on several ο casions. He served one term as mayor of this city and served as It prohibition enforcement agent in this locality. The Woman's Auxiliary of Luke A. Lovely Post No. «2. American I.egion, of this city are planning the sale of popples to be worn on Dec oration I>&y· The common council has granted to the Woman's Auxll %.i i.1 ....V. îary lue ciivhcb« v<- β»»...γ » β__ out the thy, Chris Mulrair.e and Jack McGulre spent last night at Newark looking over several prospects for "Sturdy" O'Leary, the local glove wielder. Residents of Washington road and automobiliste had the strange ex perience of seeing two unidentified men walking along the road last night with α lighted parlor lamp. It developed on investigation that the men In auestlon were demonstrating a new lighting device and were working the outlying districts. The Past Councilors Association. D. of P.. Improved Order of Red Men, will hold a business session at the home of Mrs. Charles Bennett Monday night. A large number of the members are expected to bn present to complete business matters in an effort to equip the delegation to Atlantic City May 4, with a full line of information. Bethel Church Service· TOTTENVILLE. April 8.—The subject of the sermon tomorrow morning by Rev. Oscar L. Joseph, will be "The Place of Christ in our Life." At the vesper service the sermon la to be on Palm Sunday Appeal." There will be special music by the choir. At the Wednes day evening service the address is on "The Silent Day in Passion Week." There will be special service Oood Friday night at 8 o'clock with an address on "The Place Called Cal vary." · BUI Jenkins Again Leads Bill Jenkins again went into the lead last night by rolling a 541 score in the Bohnsack duckpin tourna ment. The standing of the first ten menmen follows: Jenkins, 544; Van Gilder. 534; Van Gilder, 534SHRDL Gilder. 534; Hmleleski, 524 ;Ever son, 523; Donehue, 509; Johnson, 492; Deliman. 491; Bena, 483; Mar shall, 465 and Brady, 460. A FRIEND IN NEED A FRIEND INDEED Write· MrsJi&rdee Regard· ing Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound Loe Angeles, Calif.—"I mutt tel! τοη that I an a true friend to Lydia ■ --■■■■ IE. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com· pound. I have taken it off and on for twenty veara and it baa helped me change from a delicate girl to · atout, healthy woman. When I was mar· ried I waa pick all the time until I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. 1 waa in bed much of my time with paina and had to have the doctor every month. One day I found a little book in my yard in Guthrie, Oklaho ma, and 1 read it through and got the medicine—Lydia E. rînkham a Veg etable Compound—and took eight bottlea and used the Sanative Waah. I at oncc began to get stronger. I have got many women to take it just by telling them what it haa done for me. I have a young sister whom it haa helped in the same way it helped me. I want you to know that I am a 'friend indeed. ' for yoo were a friend in need. ' " — Mrs. Geo* 1043 Byram St, Los r· CHURCH SERVICES j ΜΤΗΚΒΛΝ 8Τ. STEPHEN'S DANISH, Broad street near Slate street—Sv. KJaer. pastor. Sunday school. 9:70 a. m.: church .-c vices 10:Î0 a. ni Lenten service. Wednesday. S p. m. Satur day school 9-11 a. nj. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Jeffersoii street, opposk.· Public Library. ltev. Robert Schlottef rastor. derviies Sunday morning. JO o'clock at this service a large class of young 'oiks will be examined in their knowledge of the Christian faith and confirmed. ' Sunday school, 1:30, Vesper service, 7:30. Church council meeting Monday at 8 p. m. Mid-week Lenten service Wednesday at 8 p. m. flood Friday service tojether with the confes sional and absolution servir* at 8 ρ m. The choir will meet according to tl.eir appointments. Easter morning service at 10 o'clock. Ol*R REDEEMER. Fords—Sun day school 2 P. iM.; Young People's lecture, C:45; church eervice with preaching. 7:30, theme. Holy Com munion at evening service. I.ent service Wednesday at t. Cate chetical class Thursday afternoon at 4 and Saturday morning at 9:30. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN— State near Market street—Rev. V. B. Skov and Rev. A. L. Kreyllng, pastors; Sunday school. Brace ave nue chapel, 9:30; Danish eervice, 10 o'clock; English service, 11 o'clock. Sunday school. State street, 2 P. M.; Danish service Brace avenue chapel, 7:30; Danish Lenten service Wednes day evening at 7:30; English Len ten service on Thursday night at 8; choir rehearsal Friday night at 8; Catechumen class Saturday morn ing at 9:30. EPISCOPAL ST. PETER'S CHURCH. Rector and Gordon streets—Rev. W. North cy Jones, rector. Services tomorrow: Holy eucharlst, 7:45 Λ. M.; church school, 9:30 A. M.; morning prayer and sermon, 10:10 A. M.; evening prayer and sermon. 7:30 P. M.; ser vice» for Passion Week: Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. 10 A. M.: Maundy Thursday, celebrating Holy communion, 10 A. IM.; Good Friday, three hour passion service from 12 o'clock noon at 3 P. M.; celebrating the three hours Christ was on the cross, service In charge of Rev. Robert William, rector of Trinity church at Princeton: Saturday, ser | vices at 10 A. M.. infant baptism at ; 4:SO P. M. : Rector's Guild will meet Tuesday night in the parish house at 7:30 P. M.: Men'· Club meets on ! Thursday night at 8 P. M. in the I parish house. j HOLT CROSS CHURCH. Wash j lngton and Johnstone streets.—Cele I brant tomorrow will be Father I Spoerr of New York. Tomorrow ser 1 vices: Sunday school. 10 o'clock; palms will be distributed after the 11 o'clock service. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, Fords Church services 10:30 o'clock by the Rev. Arnold A. Fenton. Sunday school 11:15 o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SO CIETY of Sewaren. Services every Sunday morning in the church building »f West avenue and Marsh street, S'jv'<i|en at 11 a. m. Testi mony meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. KEYP0RT CHURCHES . KEYPORT METHODIST Calvary M. E. church—Rev. A. C. Brady, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 A. M.; morning service and sermqp by the pastor at 11 A. M., topic, "His Triumph;" Epworth League Meeting at 6:30 P. M.; 7:30 P. M., evening worship and sermon by the pastor, topic. "His Dreams." St. John's M. E.—Rev. 4. L. Iszard, pastor. Class meeting at 9:45 A. M„ Andrew J. I^atham lead er; morning service and sermon by the pastor at 10:30 A. M.. Palm Sunday sermon; Sunday school at 2:30 P. M.; evening worship and sermon by the pastor at 7:30 P. M. KEYPORT BAPTIST First Baptist church. Rev. F. S. Harwood. pastor. 8unday school at 9:30 A. M.; morning service and ser mon by the pastor at 10:45 A. M„ topic, "Christ the King." Topic to the junior church, "The Crown that Christ Made;" Baptist Young Peo ple's meeting at <:45 P. M.. leader. Miss Jeesle Whittaker; topic. "A Citizen of Two Worlds." 7:30 P. M.. evening worship and sermon by ths pastor, topic, "The Peace of God." KEYPORT EPISCOPAL· St. Mary's Episcopal church—Rev. G. M. Brewln. rector. Holy com munion at 7:10 A. M.: church school at 10 A. M.; matins and sermon. Palm Sunday service at 11 A. M.: evensong and sermon by the rector at 7:30 P. M. KEYPORT REFORMED Reformed church—Rev. F. T. B. Reynolds, pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 A. M.; morning service and sermon by rhe pastor at 10:45 A. M.. topic. "Right about Face." Topic to the juniors, "When Jesue was a Child." 3 P. M„ Sunday school at Union; 7:30 P. M.. evening worship and sermon by the pastor, topic, "Literature of Courage." KEYPORT PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian church—Rev. William A. Service, pastor. Morning service and sermon by the pastor at 10:45 A. M : Sunday school at noon; evening worship and sermon by the pastor at 7:30 P. M. MATAWAN METHODIST MATA WAN M. E. CHURCH. Matawan, Rev. E. F. Reed, pastor— Sunday school at 10 a. m. William Lane, superintendent: preaching at 11 a .m. Text "And the Blind and the Lame Came to Him in the Tem ple: and llt> Heaeled Them." (Mutt. "1:14). Epworth League at 6:45 p. ru., leader, Mrs. Davis. Topic ^Be hold Thy King." The evening ser vice at 7 30 will consist of the ren dering uf a cantata by the choir en titled. "Our Living Lord " A call is ussued for each membtr to tithe their income Passion week begin ning April 9. and present It Easter morning ir the regular service, en velopes may be had for tame from pastor on Palm Sunday morning; services will be held each evening beginning Sunday at 9, throughout Passion week, except Saturday even ings. STAINED GLASS ART LEADED GLASS FOR CHCRCHM AND DWELLINGS Memorial Wtadm B^alrix S. D. WALSH M BAT VIEW AT*, FUNC1 W blu4 N. ToMmtOU UM ROM Λ X CATHOLIC ST MAHY'8 CHURCH. Center and Mechanic streets—Veiy Hev. I'ean William I*. Cantwell. rector: I'.ev. John I.nrKln and Rev. Charles I'renderguM. assistant*. Sunday service»: Maes af 7. 8:30 (chil dren) !»:%0 and 10:4S a. m. Weednesday evening 7:30 p. in. Rosily and sermon ami benedictl-m. Masses during Lent 7 and S a. m. dally. l'*riday at 7:30 p. nt. stations of the cro s and benediction. CHI'RCH OF THE HOLY ROS ARY (Italian) Barclay street—Ror. t'olomblnj Uaiassl. rector. Masses daily e*-?ept Wednesday .mi rKlday at 7:30 p. m. Sunday mnsscs at 8 and 11 a in. During Lent St. An thony's devotion every Tuesday 8 p. m.. Weiip»sday 8 p. m. stations of the cross Mass at St. Anthony's churi h. Port Reading, at 8 a. m. Wednesday and Friday. Sunday masses a· St. Anthony's β and 9:30 a. m. rtr>sary and benediction i t I I· .m. l»iiiln«r Lent stations of the cross at St. Anthony's Friday at 8 CHURCH OF Ol'R LADY OF ΗΓΝΟΑΙΙΤ, Cortanrit street—Rev. /deibert fcmollga, rector. Service» Sunday: .■· o'clock, children's miiM·: 10:30 o'clock iftmon and high mass; S o'clock p. m . vesper and benediction. Lenten services on Wed nesday and Friday evening at 8 o'clack. Dally masses at 8 o'clock each morning. OT. STEPHEN'S CHURCH (Po lish), 8tate street and Buckingham avenue—Rev. Joseph Urban, rector, services Sunday: Masses 7, 8 (chil dren's) 9 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. m. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH ( βίο ι nk) Penn ani Neville streets—Rev. Jcseph Sï'.ichy, rector. Sunday ser vices: Mi. r. see at 7. 8. 9 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 3 p. m.: school chil dren 2:15 p. m. Mass 8 a. m. daily. METHODIST FIRST DANISH METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Madison avenue and Jefferson street—Rev. C. J. Conrad, pastor. Morning service· at 10:30. preaching by pastor. Theme "Thy King Cometh." Decision Day in Sunday school at 12 o'clock noor in church. 2:30 p. m. in mission Epworth League at 7 o'clock led b> Nile Jeremiassen. Theme "Behold Thy King." Evening service wltl preaching by the pastor. Childrer especially invited. Tuesday. 8 ρ m. class and prayer meeting. Thurs· day night preaching services at I o'clock In Scandinavian mission Neville and Cornell streets. Preach ing and communion service Frldaj night in church. 8IMP8ON METHODIST EPISCO PAL CHURCH. High and Jertersor streets. Rev. Wilbert Westcott, pas tor. Services: 9.30 a. m., devotiona meeting, 10.30 a. m , morning wor· ship with sermon by the pastor; i: o'clock noon, Sunday school. Wed needay 8 p. m., fellowship services Friday. 4.30 p. m. Junior choir re BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, cbr r.er of Madison avenue and Markei ■treet. Preaching: service at 10:Sl by the Rev. J. L. Larcombe. Even ing service at 7:30. Bible schoo at 12 o'clock noon. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clocl the annual business meeting of thi church. At this time there will b< reports from all the societies of th< ι church. REFORMED MAGYAR REFORMED CHURCH Kirkland place—Rev. Louis Nanassy pastor: Services Sunday: Holy Com munlon at 8:80 a. m. Morning ser vice, sermon and holy communion ai 10:80 a. m. Vespers In Cortlandi street chapel at 3. Sunday schoo at 9:80 a. m. in the parish house, a' 2 p. in., bcth in Keasbey and Cort iandt street chapels. Week-day len ten services: Wednesday at 8 p. m In the church; Thursday at 8 p. m In Cortlard street chapel: Friday a 7:30 p. m. in Keasbey chapel. EVANGELICAL ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. First streel near Market—Rev. Jacjb Ganss pastor. Services tomorrow: Sunda; school 9:30 a. m. Preaching in Ger man at 10:80 a. m. Confirmation class Saturday 9 to 10 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. City Hall Park. Rev Frederick D. Niedermeyer, pastor Morning worship 10:S0 o'clock. Ser mon by the pastor. Tomorrow after noon at 4 o'clock, the choir augmentt ed to twenty-flve voices will giv< Stalner's Lenten Cantata, "The Cru· ciflxlon." SO. ΑΜΒ0Υ CHURCHES SOUTH AMBOY, April 8.—At th( Presbyterian motion picture servie) tomorrow night the pastor, Kev Herbert J. Alisup, will deliver ir connection with the reels a sermoi entitled "Lumber." The sermon wll blend wonderfully with the follow ing pictures that dwell on the lif< in the lumber regions. "Conquest o: the Forest" and "Land of Whit* Cedars." The theme for the morn lng service will be "The Triumphan Entry." St. Mary's rhurrli Palm Sunday will be tittlngly cele brated In St. Mary's church tomor row when at the 10:45 mass, thi blessing of palms and their distrlbu tion will take place. A processioi of the little children of the paris) will take place at this time. RapUst Service* J. Earl Edwards will be the speak er at the morning service a± »h< First Baptist church tomorrow. Mr Edwards is widely known as ι speaker of merit, and a large num ber of the congregation are expectec to be present to listen to his mec Trinity Episcopal. Woodbrtdir TRINITY EPISCOPAL. WOOD BRIDGE. Rahway avenue, neai Wedgewood.— Palm Sunday, holj eucharlat. g A.M.; church achool 10; A, M.: church school, 10 A. M.; morning prayer and sermon, 11 A Vf.; veapers. 4 P. M. Holy euchar 1st every morning this coming week except Good Friday. 10 A. M. Eve ning prayer and meditation ever) night this week except Saturday S P. M.: Good Friday, from li noon until X, the "three hours" of oui Lord's agony on the cross will b« observed by prayers. meditation! and hymns. The conductor will be ihe Rev. Mr. Mark, pastoral order ol the Holy Ghost, of Tenneeeee. Holy baptism. Saturday. April IS, 4 P.M. L0UI8 DUBOIS WATSON *M UCTOl βΤΚΙΒΤ TA tH-M Perth Ambey, Si. J NOTART PUBLIC Application· tor Soldier Bonue. Clvl War. Spenleh-American Veteran and w 'Λ ni Peaeloo» a epecialtr. X Opa Iwr Mn tnm 1 * ë r. M HOLY WEEK SERVICES HI CALVARY CHURCH, KEYPORÎ KKYPOflT. April S.—Beginning on .Monday night and continuing throughout Holy Week, .special ser vices will he held in Calvary Μ. Ε church each night with a special sermon delivered by Rev. A. C. iirady on each occasion as follows: 'Monday night. 'The I>ay of Con quest"; Tuesday night. "Th*> Day of Assertion"; Wednesday nieht, " The L'nrecorded Day": Thursday night. "The Disciples' Day": Friday night. "The Day of the Cross."' On Easier Morning the pastor will deliver an addr«ss on ills ! Acknowledgement" and in the evening the choir will render the cantata " The Dawn of the King dom." Mrs. Charles J. Durr. of New Haven. Conn., will assist in th** r*»n iiiitlon of the cantata. Airs. Jay VVil |ley will preside at the organ. CHURCHES Confirmation will he held at St. Paul'· Evangelical church on I'alm ; Sunday at the aervlre to be held at 110:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Jacob Gansa. 1 l'.tsior. will have chare? and admlr. later the rltea of confirmation to the Iclaaa which were publicly examined I at the aervlcea last Sunday morning, j There will be apeclal muric for the service. There will be service at the church Holy Thursday night at 7:J0 o'clock and Good Friday nighi at I the anme time. Sir John Stalner a lenten canuia. "The Cruclflxton" will be riven In the Presbyterian church. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Thirty-five augmented voices have been rehears ing under the direction of Fred A. Brlegs. The soloists for the after noon will he tenor. Stanley C. Pot ter: baritone. William Nelson, and has*. Walter Sharrot. Maxwell Mac Micbael will preside at the organ. Rev. Frederick D. Nledermeyer gave an address at lenten aervicei In the Adams Memorial Presbyterlar irhurch. In Xew York « "11 > Thursday I where h·- was pastor befw « onung ι to this cit>. As *. part of the K-rvicci at «h* Si m paon Μ. Ε. Church tomorrow eve- » jninjr. the choir will render the beau tiful cantata "Life and I>eath.·* The word* of the cantata are selected b> Anne P. Lynn and the music com posed by the well Known writer of church music. Harry Rowe Shelley. . In rendering the cantata. The choir ; will he assisted by Fury .1. Smeeton. baritone. of Newark. The cantata will b* under the direction of Chevy Mull Chase, who will preside at th« orsran. An orchestra of strinxed In strumenta will accompany tl singers. Hop*» the miners don't et into the hole aver coming out of one. 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