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UJTHERANS HOLD BIG VICTORY MEETING ; METHODIST DRIVE IS ON\
PLAN FOR SPECIAL
RALLIES DURING YEAR
- 'Many Get-Together Meetings
Will Be Held in tlut Next
Twelve Months
Cumberland County Christian En
deavorers are planning for a num
ber of special events Which will be
held during the new year. Since
the reorganization of the Carlisle C.
E. union under the capable leader
ship of W. H. Ilubley, district sec
retary of Cumberland county, a num
ber of rallies havo been held and
much interest manifested by the
various societies. Arrangements are
being made to hold several big
meetings in two or three districts of
the county when prominent plat
form orators will ho invited to de
liver addresses. Mr. Hubley has
been a projnioeitt member of the
First Presbyterian Church and so
ciety for a number of years. He is
teacher of the Mapes organized
Bible class in the Sunday school. He
also served as president of the
Christian Endeavor Society for two
years, during which time many
profitable meetings were held at the
hospital, county home, jail, old
folks' home, out-door and other
special occasions.
C. E. Notes
Arrangements are being made for
several big contesting Christian En
deavor rallies to be held next week
in various districts of the llarris
hurg C. E. union. Many societies
will observe C. E. Week with spe
cial programs on Sunday evening
and then send delegations to the
district rallies to be held during the
• week. Endeavor presidents are
rvrged to announce that each society
should attend at least one of the
i-allies. Prizes will be given to the
societies sending the largest per
cent, of the membership to any of
the rallies.
The First Church of God society.
New Cumberland, is stirring with
new interest in the great movement.
Christian Endeavor Day will be ob
served on Sunday evening. M. A.
ijoff. a prominent Endeavover of
Cumberland county, will have charge
of the service. The Junior Endeavor
choir will render special music for
DR. BECHT AT
MARKET SQUARE
Noted Educator, Who Has
Just Returned, Will Speak
on His Experiences
Very shortly after the signing of
the armistice, Dr. J. George Beclit
sailed as one of a party of investi
gators. He went to France, and vis
ited almost all the great historic
points of the recent world war on
the western front. Dr. Becht is a
■trained observer. He saw things un
der the most favorable conditions.
Tomorrow night he is going to speak
to the audience at Market Square
Presbyterian Church on his travels.
He will tell them of the battlefields
he visited: of the American soldier,
the British Tomniic, the French
Poilu. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
Dr. George Edward Ilawes will re
sume his series of sermons tomorrow
morning. The congregation made
its largest single contribution to the
cause of temperance last Sunday.
It is the largest given by any one
congregation in this entire district.
It totaled $585. But tomorrow the
pastor will speak on another great
subject which is strikingly empha
sized by recent conditions.
TO OBSERVE C. E. DAY
IN SOUTH EX OLA CHIIICH
Christian Endeavor Day will be
observed by the Society of the Beal
avenue. South Enola Church of God
on next Sunday at 7 p. m.
Professor J. E. Sprenkle, of New
Cumberland, will deliver the special
address. The preaching service will
he suspended in order to make the
entire evening an Endeavor move
ment. In addition. Rev. C. D. Rish
el will speak on "Praying for Find
lay College.'" This Is the day des
ignated by the board as the day of
prayer for the college. J
c ~—^
Lutheran Victory and
Merger Meeting
Chestnut Street Auditorium
(OVERFLOW MEETING IX
V ZIOX LUTHERAN CHURCH)
Sunday, Feb. 2nd.
7:30 P. M. £??f 0 s P OP „ EN
SPEAKERS:
F. H. Knubel. D.D., President United Lutheran
Church, and Dr. J. A. W. Haas, D.D., LL.D., Presi
dent Muhlenberg College.
MUSIC:
Congregational singing led by massed Lutheran
Choirs of Harrisburg and vicinity.
A Cordial Welcome To All
t _>
"Our Choices"
Subject of Address by
,i PROF. FRANCIS H. GREEN
• Dean of Department of English, West Chester State Normal School
Auspices Y. M. C. A.—Fahnestock Hall
11 Second and Locust Streets
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 3.30 P. M.
Musical Program by Quartet of Zion Lutheran Church, Mrs. E. J.
Decevee, Soprano: Miss Nellie J. Bennett, Contralto- Mr
Augustus Shanta, Tenor; Mr. Robert Smith, Baritone.
Organ Recital at 8:15 P. M. by Mr. "Wm. E. Bretz, Organist Zion
Lutheran Church.
All Men Invited
SATURDAY EVENING,
•v..
W. H. HUBLEY
the occasion. The new officers for
: the ensuing term are as follows:
j President. E. P. Conley; vice presl
j dent. F. £j. Bair: secretary, Mrs. X.
|R. Bair: assistant secretary. Miss
! Laura Straub: treasurer, Wm. Koh
i ler: pianist. Miss A'crna Bair; as
; sistant pianist, E. B. Epley.
Christian Endeavor Day will be
I observed by thousands of societies
I to-morrow evening:. The general
! topic for study will be "The Best
, Things in Christian Endeavor." Dur
' iug the entire week lfiany societies
will have special programs cele
; brating the thirty-eighth anniver
; sary of the Christian Endeavor so
ciety.
John R. Clements, the well-known
Christian Endeavor poet of New
York State, has added two more to
the long lists of his patriotic songs,
—"Hats Off to the Flag." and "Com
ing Home." The popular composer,
Charles H. Gabriel, has written mu
sic for the songs.
ACTIVITIES AT
| STEVENSCHURCH
Dr. Smuckcr to Speak on
"Things Beyond the
Grave" Tomorrow
; Tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock
iin the Stevens Memorial Methodist
j Episcopal Church. Thirteenth and
I Vernon streets. Dr. Clayton Albert
j Smucker is scheduled to speak on
; "The Drama of Contrasted Des
j tinies." or "The Gulf that Man Can-
I not Cross." His address is to be a
j study of theings beyond the grave.
In the morning at 11.15 o'clock, the
Methodist Centenary program for
fifth Sunday will have the right of
way. More good reading matter is
to be given away to al Ithe people
who attend this service. At 10
o'clock tomorrow morning the Sun
day School is to assemble for special
study and work. Al. K. Thomas will
be in charge of the gathering. The
i young folks are urged to attend the
1 meting for young people in the eve
! ning at 6.30. All the official mem
j bers of the Stevens Memorial Church
i have been invited and urged to be
I present at a large gathering of the
i congregation Wednesday evening,
I at 7.30 o'cloc.
Bishop to Visit Harris
A. M. E. Zion Church
Bishop J. S. Caldwell will visit
Harris A. M. E. Zion Church Sun
day and will preach at 3 o'clock.
Bishop Caldwell is a strong gaspel
preacher and a sweet singer. The
pastor. Rev. R. L. Briscoe, and con
gregation extends to the public a
I cordial welcome.
METHODIST DRIVE
IN FULL SWING
Dr. Robert Bagnell Will Speak
on Important Subjects
Sunday
Dr. Robert Bagnell. pastor of
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church,
State street near Third, will preach
a sermon on Sunday evening at 7.30
o'clock, on an especially important
subject, and one that vitally con
cerns every Christian in America.
The topic for this sermon will be
"The Test of Christianity in Amer
ica." Protestant Christianity has
never before been iu a place of sucli
responsibility and opportunity tn
America as to-day, and the question
is. will it measure up to its respon
sibility.
In tlre morning at 10.J59 o'clock, |
the Grace church pns'or wil> prenclr I
a sermon on the topic, "The I
Achievement of a l.ife," and will |
take up in this sermon, the discus-1
sion of life work problems.
The great Centenary movement in
the Methodist Episcopal Church is
on in full swing, and there is no
more important feature than bring
ing before the youth o fMcthodism.t
their oppot ...hl**os for life servic*
for the KlngJ I'u m both th-j lu,ms
and foreign mission fields
In connection with the Centenary'
movement, a special meeting will be '
held at the home of two cf the I
members of Grace Church On)
Monday Mrs. Wm. P. Starker. Frpntj
and Kelker streets, will
the members of Grace church in Jreri
district, and their fri'ends at
o'clock. The fi.st half hour will Wo!
spent in sociability and song, r.ndj
Dr. Bagncli will give a half hc-ur's
talk on a Centenary topic. This
meeting will be of gieat interest and'
helpfulness to ilioso present. A s-im-'
liar meeting will bo hold at the 1
home of Mrs. J. Jtoracj McFarlan 1.1
Bellevuo Park, on Wednesday afler
nooii. at 3 o'clock.
These meetings will be duplicated j
a. I o\ er the city in the homes of the j
various Grace Methodist ladies, and!
it is anticipated that they will be I
\ery helpful in the forward move
ment of the church. This is but one I
of the many plans that Grace church i
is working out in doing its bit in tbe|
Centenary movement, and the pastor;
and official men of the church, arc
more than delighted with the splon-j
did progress that their Centenary)
plans have made to date, and they
see big achievement ahead for Grace
Methodist Church.
Music in the Churches
Derry Street United Brethren-
Morning. prelude, "Nocturne," Mil
ler; anthem. "I Am Alpha and
Omega. Sir J. Stainer; offertorv,
t hanson Triste." Tsehaikowskv;
postlude, "Grand Chorus." Guilmant.
Evening, prelude, "Curfew," Hors
man; anthem, "Father Keep Us in
Thy Care," Sullivan Hodges: offer
tory, "Melody in F." Rockwell: post- ;
lude, "Gloria" (from 12th Mass), 1
Mozart. I
Reformed Salem —Morning. So
nata in D Minor, Volckmar, (a)
"Allegro Moderato," (b) "Andante";
anthem, "Christian the Morn Breaks
Sweetly O'er Thee," Shelley; duet.
"I Will Magnify Thee, O God," Mos
entlial. Mrs. O. W. Elvers and Mrs
William R. Helsley; "Finale," (So
nata in D Minor), Volckmar. Keen
ing, "Meditation." Sturges; anthem,
"Nearer, My God to Thee," Liebe-
Schilling.
Bethlehem Lutheran Morning,
prelude, "Prelude," Ducoudrav; an
them, "Fierce Was the Wild Billow'."
Noble; duet, "The l,ord is My Shep
herd," Decevee, Mrs. William K.
Bumbaugh, soprano, Mrs. Hugh L.
Hertzler, contralto; offertory, "Med
itation," Lucas; postlude, "March,"
I.oret.
No evening service at church; ser
vice with other Lutheran Churches
of city at Chestnut Street Auditor
ium. Mrs. William K. Bumlwuigh,
directress; J. Stewart Black, organ
ist.
Market Square Presbyterian -
Morning, prelude, "Andante and
Morning Song," Merkel; anthem,
"God's Hand," Old Dutch Folk Song;
offertory. "Pastorale," Bach; post
lude, "Grand Chorus in A Major,"
Guilmant. Evening, prelude, "Sec
ond Legende." Bonnet: anthem, "O
Lord of Life," Field; offertory, "Can
tigue d'Amour," Strang; postlude,
"Finale," Noble.
Hion Lutheran—Morning, 10.30.
"Prelude in A," Hollens; soprano
solo, "Give Ear to My Prayer, O
God." Berwald, Mrs. K. J. Decevee;
offertory, "Larghetto front Clarinet
Quintet," Mozart; anthem, "We
March to Victory," Hosrner; "Festal
Postlude in K Minor," Hagg. Even
ing, 7.30, "Festal Prelude in A,"
Boslet; offertory, "Pastorale,"
Rheinberger; anthem, "O Come, Let
Us Sing." Decevee; postlude, "Chant
Triumphal." Gaul. Mrs. E. J. De
cevee, chorister; William Bretz, or
ganist.
St. Stephen's Episcopal—ll, Com
munion Service in E Flat, Wood
ward; anthem, "They That Wait
Upon the Lord." Matthews. 7.30,
Magnificat, Matthews; Nunc Dimit
tis, Barnb.v; anthem. "O Ye That
Lovo the Lord,'' Coleridge-Taylor.
Alfred C. Kuschwa, organist and
choirmaster.
Pine Street Presbyterian—Morn
ing, prelude, "Familiar Hymns";
offertory, "Moment Religieux,"
Friml-Macfarlane; postlude, "Chor
al," harmonized by J. S. Bach.
Evening, prelude, "Legende," Friml-
Macfarlane; anthem, "O Lord, Re
member Me," Charles P. Scott; of
fertory, "Pastorale," Vincent; an
them, "Saviour When the Night In
volves the Sky," Shelley; postlude,
"Fantasia in E Minor," Stamier.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Christian and Missionary Al
liance. —The Rev. W. H. Worrall.
Sunday school, 9.30; preaching,
10.30, subject, "What Doest Thou
Here?" Special service Sunday after
noon at 3.15. Subject, "The Lovely
Christ." -Preaching at 7.30.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.—
"Love," morning at 11 and evening at
7.30. Sunday school, 11; testimonial
meeting Wednesday at 8. Free read
ing room, Kunkel building, 11.30 to 5
daily.
Gospel Hall—lo.3o, "Breaking of
Bread:" 2.30, Sunday school; 7.30,
Evangelist S. C. Keller, of Camp Hill,'
will speak on "The Coming of the
Lord —Who for? When? How?
GUILD TO MEET
The World-Wide Guild of the First
Baptist Church will meet Monday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of
Miss Winifred E. Jones, 2251 Jef
ferson street. Six members of the
Guild will give messages from six
mission fields. The book being
studied by these young women is
"Baßtists in World Service,"
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
TO CELEBRATE
12TH BIRTHDAY
Members of Iniinanucl Pi'cs
byterian S. S. to Commem
orate Their Anniversary
On Sabbath morning at the usual
school hour, 11.15, the members and
friends of the Imn-.anuel Presbyte
rian Sabbath School will celebrate
their twelfth anniversary. The school
WAR WEEKLY Cut Out ami Mall to Your Soldier WAR WEEKLY
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
Vol. 0. No. 23. HARRISBURG, PA., JAN. 23-31. Our A'ank Edition.
And He Has the Nerve to Complain
NEWS OF WEEK BOILED DOWN
FOR OUR BUSY SOLDIERS
Saturday, January 25.
I "Get the prohibition habit," say local
! local hotel managers, on passage of
j federal dry amendment to constitution. I
j County pays $4,187 bills for 43 boys
j in Huntingdon reformatory as upkeep j
for three months.
, Dan Johnson arret charged with!
j being party to aiurder ( f Wolfe I.acob,
j Steelton private banker; police searcli
; for two others.
j County watches federal investigation |
I into coal lands in Schuylkill county j
with view of applying lessons here. !
A $40,000 blaze in Tyrone causes j
I many to flee in night clothes.
1 Postmaster Edward Jacobs, of Man-
I Chester, tenders resignation.
I Boy Scouts of county plan to honor
j Theodore Roosevelt's memory,
j Mrs. I.ouis Blumberg loses eyesight
j when chip of wood she was cutting
j lor kindling strikes bet in the eye.
I Frank Eisenacker, Tower City, killed
I in Brookside Colliery,
i "Drys" decide not to light licenses
this year, preferring to let the saloons j
go "dry" by the new law.
Paul E. Fleisher, Newport, dies of J
pneumonia, day he lands in New York
on army transport.
.T. H. Earhart, Conewago, is drawn !
under train and has feet crushed when j
his coat is caught in passenger coach, j
i !
Monday, January 27.
Forty-five deer are liberated in State
game reserve in upper Dauphin county, j
Daughters of the American RevOlu- j
lion open annual conference here.
Municipal pesthouse is condemned by
noted physician appearing before local
businessmen, city and county officials.
Retail prices of butter and eggs com
ing down first time in many months. \
Machinists of state organize State- ■
wide union here.
Nineteen of the 23 cows owned by j
Paul Morelock, of near Gettysburg, die
when he soaked them with "louse kil- !
ler" instead of spraying them as di
rected.
Clarence Collins and Charles Roi
necker, Gettysburg, confessed slayers :
of George Bushman, whose body they ;
brought to Harrisburg in an automo
bile are placed on trial.
Captain James McKibben, 306 th Ma- 1
chine Gun Battalion, and Private Harol ]
P. Rumberger, Company B, 316 th In- j
fantry, are officially cited by war de- j
partment for bravery under fire.
Rev. J. M. Mohler, Mechanicsburg,
dies of paralytic stroke.
Two Chambersburg fire department j
drivers are discharged following squab- j
ble in fire department.
Funeral services are held for Ensign i
Leroy Smucker, who died in English j
hospital.
Tuesday, January 28.
Charges of graft, blackmail and gross
inefficiency are made against police
department by Patrolman Theodore
Magnelli, who with Patrolman Edward
I Schmehl, Is discharged by Mayor
Keister for accepting a 30-cent reward
for recovering a horse.
Mrs. Cornelius DeSage declares in
court that her husband deserted her 21
times in five years.
"Dry" amendment will be passed fa
vorably by the Pennsylvania House
next Tuesday, leaders predict.
Mr. and Mrs. James Yeater cele
brate their golden wedding anniversary.
Sergeant Edward S. Knight, Millers
town, after five years service in the
U. S. Army, la reported killed In France.
Organization of all honorably dis
charged soldiers in one great body is
proposed.
Two Holidaysburg constables are re
moved from office, one being sentenced
to seven months in jail and a third
constable of Juniata getting five years
In the penitentiary for a statutory
crime.
Docal Y. M. C. A. opens campaign for
increased membership.
City and county officials confere on
plans for the building of a new con
tagious disease hospital.
was started In a dwelling house.
February 3. 1907 with a mere hand
ful of people and has grown to be
a vigorous and up to-dato organi
zation with a membership of ap
proximately four hundred.
At the ai nivevsacv hour, H. L.
Karl will addr:.-ss the school.
MISSIONARY TO SPEAK
The Rev. J. Frank Bucher, of Mil
ton, for the past fourteen years a
missionary and teacher in China,
will deliver an address in the Sec
ond Reformed Church on Sunday
evening, February 16. He is a
graduate of Franklin and Marshall
College and of the Eastern Theologi
cal Seminary of the Reformed
Church, of Lancaster.
Wednesday, January 22.
Special registration day set aside so
that unregistered voters may cast bal-
I lot in special election to fill Lieutenant
Governor Beidleman's place in State
j Senate.
j County may reduce tax rate from
five to four mills.
1 Governor Sproul urges immediate
work in improving state highways.
• Every hotel in county applies for li
cense renewals despite probability that
i country will be "bone dry" after July 1.
! Mayor Keister says so many charges
have been made against the police de
partment that .he has no, time to in
vestigate them.
Jacob H. Bommer. Carlisle, dies of
pneumonia shortly after arrival home
from front where !• was wounded and
gassed but survived the best the enemy
had.
Judge of Franklin county courts sur
prises two auto drivers by adding jail
sentences to fines for reckless driving.
George Bell and Harold Wadswortli,
; Tech High boys, are reported wounded
j in the last days of the war. .
Warm weather which has marked
nearly entire winter will remain a
while longer, weather bureau forecasts.
! State War Board decides not to have
! Ex-Governor Brumbaugh write Penn
t sylvania's part in the war.
William Jennings Bryan addresses
big audience in Chestnut Street hall on
prohibition.
Thursday, January 30
I Sport fans are pleased by announce-
I ment that Jack Dempsey is to meet
| Jess Willard for heavyweight cham
pionship.
I Sergeant Walter Shaffer, long an
j in the French Army arrives
j home and is greeted by liis many
! friends.
Plans announced to reorganize the
Pennsylvania Nayonal Guard when the
now famous Keystone division arrives
home. It is proposed to reorganize the
old units under the familiar names
j which made history in the great war.
E. 7.. Gross, candidate for, Mayor
; Keister's job, critieises police depart
| ment for alleged carelessness.
Plowing, almost unprecedented at
j this time, is going on in dry fields while
i farmers are planting onions and peas
! because of the unusually mild winter,
j John J. Kelly, Pennsy engineer, saves
j train by applying brakes and sticking
! to liis post when derrick hangs over
tracks, but may lose life with fractured
| skull.
; Telephone rate increase ordered by
J Federal government is enjoined by Dau
[ phin county court at instance of the
j Publice Service Commission.
I George Dawson. Tyrone, writes liome
' that he has married a French girl while
| serving with the U. S. Army. He will
I bring his bride homo.
Friday, January 31.
Leo Cameron. 15, learns In court for
first time that J. D. Cameron is his
uncle and not his father, his parents
having died when he was a baby.
Dauphin county's breweries worked
overtime all of 1918 In anticipation of
the long "dry" spell.
Horse burns when fire destroys stable
owned by Harry Umberger.
Sunday school beads from central
Pennsylvania open conference here.
Struck in the eye with a stone, Del
bert Deane loses sight of one eye.
Prices of foodstuffs will remain high
for another year, say city's wholesale
grocers.
Piece work Is surplanted by straight
wage scale in Pennsylvania railroad
shops.
Conrad Seeger, old carpet merchant,
dies Ip trolley car.
Great throng attends Charity Ball In
the new Penn-Harrls.
August F. Blacksmith completes his
56th year with the Harrisburg Tele
graph.
William L. Gorgas, former city com
missioner, former president of the com
mon council, former acting mayor, and
one time grand master of Pennsylvania
Masons, dies after short illness.
Church Directory
CHURCH OP (ioir
Pleasant View—Rev. George W.
Harper, Pastor. Sunday school at
9.45; preaching at 10.4 5, "The
Knowledge oT God and Ghrlst";
prbuching at 7.30, evangelistic ser
vices,
.Progress—Sunday school at 9.30;
preaching at 10.30.
Linglestovvn—Sunday school at
9.30; revival service at 7, which will
continue each evening during the
week.
Green Street—Rev. If. S. Hershey,
Pastor. 10.30, "Christ the Living
Bread";- 7.30, Observance o( the
Ordinances; 3, Sunday school.
Highspire Rev. Jay Forncrook,
pastor, will preach at 10.30, "Pure
Religion"; and at 7.30, "Feet Wash
ing an Ordinance," followed by
quarterly ordinance meeting; Sun
day school, 1.45.
Fourth Street-—Rev. William N.
Yates, pastor, will* preach at 10.30,
"What Jesus Would Do for llar
risburg," and at 7.30, "What Jesus
Will Do for the World"; Sunday
school, 1.40.
Nngle Street —Rev. Klmer E. ;
Kautlman, pastor,. will premch at
10.30, "The Palm Trees and the'
Cedars of Lebanon," and at 7.30,
"The Fool and His Sentence"; Sun
day school at 1.30.
Penbrook —Rev. S. N. Good, pas
tor, will preach at 10.30, "Blessings
in Grace," and at 7.30, "Balaam's
Great Mistake"; Sunday school at
9.30.
Maclay Street—Rev. Dr. Wm. S.
Ifouck, pastor, will preach at 11,
"Lamps and Oil," and at 7.30, "The
Ordinances will be observed; Sun
day school at 9.45.
BAPTIST •
St. Paul —Rev. E. Luther Cun
ningham, pastor. 10.30, Ordinance
of Believers' Baptism will be ob
served; 7.30, Communion. The mem
bers will be in charge of the day's
service. Sunday school at 12.30.
Market Street —Rev. W. S. Dun
lap, pastor, will preach at 11.30,
"The Ordinance of the Lord's Sup
per," and at 7.30, "The Compassion
ate Christ": Sunday school at 11.30.
Tabernacle —Rev. Millard Osmore
Peirce, pastor. 11, Communion and
reception of new members; 7.30,
"Taking Time"; Sunday school at
9,4 5.
First—Rev. William J. Loekliart,
pastor. 10.30. Pauls Speeches to
"Gentiles" in the Acts of the Apos
tles—second in scries in Studies in
Acts. Communion service. 11.45.
Bible school; 7.30, "The Atonement
of Christ in Relation to Penalty or
Punishment,"
UNITED EVANGELICAL.
. Park Street. —Sunday School, at
9.30; subject at 10.45, "The Master's
Call;" subject 7.30, "The Call of
God Ignored."
Harris Street. —Rev. A. G. Flcxcr,
pastor. Sunday School, 9.30; church
service,*lo.3o, "Eternal Rest;" revi
val service, 7.30; amusements.
Ilarrisburg Mission — W. E. Pot
tinger, pastor. The assistant pastor,
Rev. W. S. Harris, will' preach at 11.
Sunday School at 10.
Penbrook Church —'The Habit of
Godliness," and "Everyday Living;
morning and evening by the pastor,
W. E. Pottieger.
METHODIST.
Camp Hill—Rev. Joseph E. Bren
neman, pastor, will preach at 11 and
at 7.30; Sunday School, 9.43.
St. Paul's —Rev. William Moses,
pastor, will preach at 10.30 and 7.30;
Sunday Schpol. 1.43.
Marysvilre Church Rev. S. B.
Bidlack, pastor, will preach at 10.30,
"The Faith of God," and at 7.30
Warren Van Dyke, of Harrisburg,
will speak on "Methodist Union."
i Epworth—Rev. J. D. W. Devore,
pastor, will preach at 11, "The House
of God the Gate of Heaven." and at
7.30, "Goodness and Severity or
God."
Camp Gurtin John H. Martin,
paster, will preach at 10.30, "Stew-,
ardship of Substance." and at 7.30
on the same subject; Sunday School,
Baughman Memorial, New Cum
berland — Rev. V. T. Rue. pastor.
Worship and sermon at 10.30 and
j 7.30. Morning, "The Promise to Us
and Our Children;" evening, "A Man
| Without a Country;" Sunday School,
9.30; Epworth League, G. 30,
Ridge Avenue— Morning, "Christ's
Presence Our Security," evening.
"The Reward of Single Vision," by
Rev. 11. R. Bender; Sunday School
at 10.
Fifth Street Rev. Edwin A.
Pyles, minister. "A World Pro
gram," 10.30; "The Liberty of Sin,"
7.30; Sunday School, 2.
Dauphin—Sermon, "The Relation
Between the Church and the Home,"
by Rev. G. F. Hess, assistant pastor;
Sunday School, 2.
A. jr. E.
Wesley 'frnion—Rev. Stephen A.
McNeill, pastor, will pi each at 10.4 5,
"Tilings Which Cannot Be Shaken,"
and at 7.43 , "A Wise Builder;" Sun
day School, 1; Prof. Kelly Miller
wlil speak at the People's Forum at
Bethel —Rev. IT. 11. Cooper, pas
tor, will preach . 10.30, "The Bread
of Life," and 7.30, "What Will You
do With JCSUH " Holy Communion
at both services: Sunday School 1.
Harris —Rev. R. L. Briscoe, pastor,
will preach" at 10.30 and at 7.43;
Sunday School, 1.30.
LIVIIERAX
Christ Rev. Thomas Reisch,
pastor. 10.30, "A Study in Rela
tionship;" 7.30, service in Chestnut
street Auditorium .
Trinity, Camp Hill—Rev. Dr. E.
D. Weigle, pastor, will preach at
10.30, "Christ Stilling the Tempest,"
and at 7.30; Sunday School, 9.30'.
Memorial Lutheran— Rev. L. C.
Manges, pastor, will preach at 10.30,
"An Apostolic Admonition, Concern
ing Debts.
Zion —Rev. S. Winfleld Herman,
pastor, will preach at 10.30, "The|
Name of God." and at 7.30, "Great
Victory and Merger Meeting; Sun
day School, 1.45.
Holy Communion Rev. John
Henry Miller, pastor, will preafch at
10. "The Saviour Asleep in the
Ship." and at 7.30, Mount Mlzpah;
Sunday School, 9.30.
Calvary—Rev. Edward H. Paar,
pastor, will preach at 11, "Christ on
the Stormy Sea," and at 7.30, "Mor
dical Persuades Esther to Plead for
Her People:" Sunday School at 10.
Bethlehem Bradley Markwood,
pastor. 10.30, "The Hidden Sup
port of Life." •
Messiah —Rev. Henry W. A. Han
son. pastor, will preach at 10.30,
"The Methods of the Master;" no
evening service: Sunday School, 2.
St. Matthew's—Rev. E. E. Snyder,
pastor. Preaching services at 11,
"Immortality and Life"; Sunday
School, at 9.45.
EPISCOPAL. '
St. Paul's —Services 8 and 11 and
8 p. m. Rev. George I. of
Lancaster, will officiate.
St Augustine's—Kev. Willougli- j
FEBRUARY 1, 1919.
by M. Parchment, rector. Morning
service and sermon at 11; evening
service and sermon at 8.
St. Stephen'^— Rev. Rollln Alger
Sawyer, rector. S, Holy Commun
ion; 10, Sunday School; 11. Holy
Communion and sermon on "Chris
tianity nnd War," by the ltev. Gil
bert S. B. Darlington; 7.30, evening
prayer and address.
REFORMED.
St. John's —Rev. A. R. King, llum
melstown, will preach at 11; Sunday
School, 10.
Salem—Rev. Alfred N. Saycrs,
will preach at 11; the pastor. Rev.
Ellis N. Kremer will preach at 7.30;
Sunday School, 9.45.
Socond—Rev. Alfred Sayres, pas
tor, will preach at 1; 7.30. "Through
Love to Freedom:" Sunday School,
1.45; Dr. Ellis N. Kremer, of Salem
Reformed, will preach at the 10.30
service.
PRESBYTERIAN
Covenant Rev. Harvey Klaer,
pastor, will preach at 10.30, "The
Great American Sin," and at 7.30,
"Many Infallible Pioofs (Illustrat
ed);" Sunday School, 2.
Bethany—Rev. John M. AA'arden.
pastor, will preach at 7.30; Sunday
School, 9 .
Pine Street Presbyterian Rev.
Lewis s. Mudge, pastor, will preach
at 10.30; Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper, "Finding Jesus;" and at 7.30,
"Addition by Subtraction."
Division Street—Rev. 11. H. Bald
win, 7.45, "Our Opportunities."
I Jnimanuel—Rev. H. Everett Hall
nian, pastor. Morning worship 10-
Sabbath School, 11.45, the twelfth
anniversary of (ho Sunday School
will be celebrated, 11. J,. Kaul will
address the school;. evening service,
Westminster Rev. IT. Everett
Hallman, moderator. Church sor
tiees at 10.30 au<l 7.30; preaching
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"The Church With the Chimes"
Lutheran
Celebration
THIRTY Lutheran Churches will jointly cele
brate two glorious occasions tomorrow at 8
P. M., "The Victory of Our Army" and "The
Merger of Four Bodies of Lutheran Churches."
Identical programs will be given in Chestnut
Street Hall and in Zion Lutheran Church.
The principal addresses will be made by Rev. F.
IT. Knubel, D.D., New York, first president of
United Lutheran Church, and Rev. J. A. \V. lfaas,
]). L)., LL.D., president of Muhlenberg College.
Singing will be led by the massed choirs of all par
ticipating churches.
"The Name of God" will be Dr.
Herman's Theme for Sunday
Morning
Zion Lutheran Church
South Fourth Street, llclow Mnrkrt
S. W. Herman, I). 1)., Pastor.
"Zion's Doors Open Every Day"
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?St. Stephen's Church?
i REV. ROLTAN ALGER SAWYER, Rector. 5
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1919.
i BA.M. Holy Communion. 5
V 10 A. M. Sunday School. •
11 A. M. Holy Communion and Sermon by the Rev. Gilbert j
'1 S. B. Darlington on "Christianity and the JVar." JL
t 7.30 P. M. Evening Prayer and Address. 5
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Violation
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Liquor Laws
' t THE NO license
jpSmmm' i LEAGUE OF DAUPHIN
\ N prosecute the the
viu— J evidence will warrant it.
by Rev. Charles O. Jordan, Lawrence
county; Sunday school. 1.45.
Olivet—Morning and evening by
Rev. Stanley A". Beigen, secretary
of Y. M. C. A. at Mlddletown avia
tion Camp; Sunday School, 2 C. E.
rally, 6.30.
Market f^uare —Rev. George Ed
ward liawes, pastor; Rev. Howard
Itodgers, assistant pastor. Morning
worship at 11. "Some Recent Wit
nesses to Christ's Atonement;" eve
ning service at 7.30, address by Dr.
J. lJeorge Bceht, subject, "In the
Wake of the World War."
Paxton—-Rev. Harry B. King, pas
tor, will preach at 11 and at 7.30;
Sunday School at 10.
UNITED BRETHREN
Trinity, New Cumberland—The
Rev. A. R. Ayres. 10.30, "The Value
|of Time;" 7. reminiscences, by the
Re\'. J. R. Hutchison; Sunday school,
9.30.
St. Paul's War m ley sbu rg.—The
Rev. A, B. Mower. 10.45, "Everlast
ing Song;" 7.30, "Best Things Last;"
Sunday school, 9.30.
Derry Street—The Rev. J. A.' Ly
ter. 10.30, "The A'ision of the Burn
ing Bush, Moses Call to Service;"
7.30, "Acceptance of Grace Man's
Best Acknowledgment tp God;" Sun
day school, 2.
State—The Rev. H. F. Rhoad.
10.45, "More Fruit;" 7.30, "The Mis
sion of Christ;" Sunday school, 9.30.
Otterbcin—The Rev. S. Edwin
Rupp. 10.30, "His Name;" 7.30,
"Prayer Avails." Sunday school, 2.
Sixth —The Rev. J. Owen Jones.
10.30, "Hearers and Doers;" 7.30,
I low AVo Are Made Strong;" Sun
day school, 1.4 5.
1 St ~T he Rev ' Datigherty.
1.u.30, lleed of the Gospel;" 7.30,
"The Glorified Cross;" Sunday
school, 1.45.
M ASS MEETING
At. the Men's Mass Meeting In
Grace United Evangelical Church
Leinoyne, Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, Rev. B. 11. Nicbel, D. D„
will speak. Special music by male
chorus under the direction of Prof
R. AV. Sawyer.

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