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PAGE FOUR McCAC'.; METIIOUIST EPISCOPAL church Walter E. Vater, Pastor. Divine service will lie conducted tomorrow, Sunday as follows! 1(1:30 A. M. Morning worship. 'lhcl pastor will preach on the subject:, “Seeing the Invisible.” The choir | will render an anthenr entitled Ihe Lord .My Shepherd Is,” l-.v Wilson •md Mrs. Fred Komanowsky will sing a . 010 entitled “Hear My < ry <> Lord” hy Wonler. 111:00 noon Sunday School. (Class es for ali ages). 7:00 f M. Epworth League. 8:00 P. M. Evening worship. The j pastor will preaeh on the uhject: j “Life's Ihiii! hmciits.” At this ser vice a trio will sing tor us t onsidei . and Hear Me,” hv Carl P leuger. ; If you have no other church home in Ihe city we heartily invite you Mj worship with us. Strangers especial ly welcome. Remember the hours 10:30 a. ni. and 8 P. M. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Seventh Street and Avenue D. 10:30 A. M. Service i n the Swed h language will he conducted hy Lev. (;. s. 01 on of Minneapoli . Sunday school at 13 noon. 8:(it) P. M. Servic; in the Eng- i lish language, at which time J’roi. j A. K. Palmqui.t of Minneapolis will preach. The church choir will furnish mu sic at both services. FIRST BRUSHY TKIMAN CHURCH Rev. Paul S. Wright, Pastor. Sermon: “On Eagle Wings. lcxt, Isaiah |6:L>9-»1. 13. M -Church School, Men’s Bible | clas:-.. . 7:00 P. M.—Young People's Society J of ( hri tian Endeavor. 8:00 P. M. Evening worship. Ser mon: “The New Commandment." Special music. ~ We invite you to meet with us for worship and praise. EVANGELICAL CHURCH Church, Corner Seventh anil Ross er Sts., C. F. Strut/., pastor. Service in the German language from 9:15 to l<i:3o a. m. Rev. John (I. Schwab will preach. All other services are conducted in English. Sunday school at 10:40 sharp. Fol lowed by a brief sermon by Rev. John <l. Schwab, of Freeport, 111. A full attendance is desired. There will be no evening services at the church, but our congregation will join in the baccalaureate ser vices at the City Auditorium under the auspices of the Bismarck Hos pital Training School for Nurses. The services will begin promptly at 8 o’clock. The baccalaureate sermon will bo preached by Rev. John (I. S.ehvvab, of Freeport, 111., noted preacher and church leader. A complete program of the service follows: Chairman Rev. C. F. Ctrutz. Prelude -Miss Minnie Taplcy. Song: “Take My Life and Let ft Be”—Audience. Invocation Rev. T\ 11. Davenport. Solo: “How Beautiful Upon the Mountains”- Mrs. Frank Barnes. Sermon Rev. John (1. Schwab, of Freeport, Illinois. Song: “A Charge to Keep"—Audi ence. Announcement:!. 1 )oxology. Closing prayer and benediction. TRINITY ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH I. G. Monson,'Pastor Corner Avenue C and Seventh St. Services morning and evening Sun day. Being Pentecost Day, the topic will bo: “The Main f unction of the Iloly Spirit.” Topic for evening service: “The AUDITORIUM Friday Nitc, June 5. Prices $1 to $3, Plus Tax- Seat Sale Harris & Wood mansee, Saturday, May 30. DR. R. S. EN6E I Chiropractor Consultation Free Lucas Blk. Bismarck, N. D. OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE DAKOTA AUTO SALES CO. 107 sth St. Phone 428 Massage to the Church of fhyatira. Rev. 2:18-33. Selections hy the choir. Sunday school and Bible class at 12:1.7. “Let brotherly love continue.” llehr. 13:1. All welcome. ST. GEORGE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH F. H. Davenport, Rector .M l Mandan Ave. Mrs. J. L. B.mgston, organist. Mr;. A. P. Barnes, choir leader. Services for Whitsunday or Pen tecost:. 8 A. M H«dv Communion. I a A. M. Church School. II a. M. Choral Eucharist and :;t*rrnon. liit communion for the newly confirmed at the early service. W ednesday 8 p. m. prayer meeting. Thursday 7:30 a. rn. Holy Commun ion. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Fourth St. and Ave. B. Adrian A. Holmes, Pastor. Sci vices for Sunday, May 31. Morning worship at 10:30 a. ni. The morning sermon will be the fmirth and last of the series on “How M,,v I Know I Am a Christian?” Bible School 12 noon. John Thorpe, S u p t. Young People’s meeting at V p. m. The evening preaching service at s p. ni. will be a patriotic service. The American Legion and Auxiliary arc invited to worship with us, as well as all others who wish to join in this, a Memorial service. A spe 1545 F. O. B. Detroit, tax extra New Chrysler Six Coach Now Ready Now the new Chrysler Six Coach—another great step forward in closed car design—at little more than the cost of an open model. A new combination of utility and comfort, the like of which you have never seen before — Still greater convenience, still greater beauty, still greater advantages no other car offers — Including Chrysler results in performance and in driving and riding ease that still remain un approached at any price. The new Chrysler Six Coach is here, ready for inspection and demonstration. Telephone for a ride so you may get first hand facts about this latest Chrysler triumph. rial musical program will he given. The Hig’n School orchestra will fur nish music. There will also he in strumental ami vocal selections. The public is invited to any and all of these services. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Cor. 4th St. and Ave. C. Sunday Service at. 11:00 a. ni. Subject: “Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Alia Mesmerism and Hypnotism, I tenoimced.” Sunday School at 9:4& a. ni. Wednesday cvi nirig testimony meet, ng at. 8 o’clock. A reading room is open in the church building every Tuesday, Vhur d.-t.v .1 ml Saturday, except legal holidays, from 2 to I p. m. All are \\ elcmne to attend these services ana to vi. it the reading room. NEW CHRYSLER COACH PLACED on Duplay Preparations for handling one of tlii 1 largest crowd in its Ir.istory have been made for the period beginning today and lasting ail this! week by the Corwin Motor Co., whit’.h is dis playing for the fii.-l time >the new Chrysler Six coach. Announcement of this nioditl take CHRYSLER Corwin Motor Company THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE on a significance considerably over and above the usual new ear advent,” says Mr. Corwin. “What it really mean, is that Chrysler quality and result , and the Chrysler chassis with a high quality closed body, arc now made available to a far greater number of motorists at a price al most as low as an open car. In this car Chrysler gains another peak in its far-reaching development. In appearance, appointments and trim, and in the convenience which the practical owner insists upon, it pre sents features certain trt win for it a wide appeal among owners who prefer the coach type. “In its accc.-.ability and roominess th“ car makes a new trend —through the u-e of extraordinarily wide and convenient doors. The body is bv Universal Shoe Shop First Cliiss Shoe Repairing 111-sthSt. Rismarck,N.D. 4’iano Tuning C. L. BRYAN Call The Music Shop. Mandan, N. I). A Triumph in Greater Closed Car Convenience, Comfort and Value Tlii? nicM A p/'ir wuim r\fti Get inside. Note that the Fisher-built body is upholstered in a beautiful plush of an exclusive pastel blue and gray* Here is a model that is an innovation in closed car design, appointed and equipped to please the fancy of the most fastidious —a new demonstra tion of Chrysler’s excess values. * w You are cordially invited to ride in the new Chrysler Six Coach at any time. Fisher, upholstered in exclusive pas tel blue and gray plush. The basis of its beauty is the characteristic dynamo symmetry best expressed in < hr.\.ler design. The result is long, low. sweeping’ lines the pleasing general effect which today means Chrysler wherever they are seen. “Chrysler has incorporated more than stark utility into its coach, add-, ing to it the element of quality, luxury and refinement, which ni• e certain to meet an unusual response from the public. Without question Vacation Bible School JUNE 1 TO 14,1925 S 7 wiiJl school 9:09 -12:00 Each Day \ Free School of Religion for All Children of the Community. When you come in—the first point you’ll notice is the fresh beauty of the design, based on the dynamic symmetry that Chrysler alone expresses* Then you’ll observe the unusual widthof the doors, how convenient the car is to enter and to leave. lio.iij of people have been desirous of y uch a car.” *Rody features also include rich i»lue tltico finish, one-piece ventilat <ll“' windshield, parking lamps and S’pccial balloon tires. The factory price is $1515. Arrangements have been made by. Chrysler to Ret* into immediate large scale output of the coach body in an effort, to keep abreast of the. demand which distributors and dealers throughout the country report will CAPITOL THEATRE LAST TIMES TONIGHT On the Great as a Stage Play. Greater as a Moving Picture. OUR GANG COMEDY MYSTERIOUS - MYSTERY Coming Monday and Tuesday “WOMEN WHO GIVE” WITH THIS REMARKABLE CAST Frank Keenan Barbara Bedford Robert Frazer Renee Adorec Dealer Knows And knowing what you want to know about tires, and proper air pressures, and tube troubles, he is happy to tell you* It is because he does know that he is an AJAX dealer* Especially does he know of the worth of AJAX Tires and Tubes. He is your community’s authority on tire facts* Make good use of what he knows* i DAKOTA AUTO SALES CO. 107 - sth St. . Phone 428 jumS^CSes i|jlllll!llilllllllllllllll!llll!llllllllllllllll!lllll!lllllilllllllllliil!lillllllllllllllll!= Swing into line with the spirit of Spring time. There’s nothing like Paint and Varnish, and skilled painters to make new homes out of old ones. Do the job right! Cleanliness and paintlincs's go together. When you combine them you have done the right thing, the whole thing, at the right time. F.H. CARPENTER LUMBER CO. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1925 Paint Up Phone 115