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THE TULSA DAILY WOBLD. SATURDAY, OcTnnr.W 30, 191R
FIVE TONIGHT'S SERMONS LAST OF THE WEEK specially Strong Program Arranged by Churches for Today. SUNDAY A BIG DAY llllW II I'Ollllllt Address Mi Meetini nan Will Mass the pulpit ci c ; Mttli north side church in Tulsa bear two Inscription!, quo latlons from the scripture, which ix plain in brief 1 1 - purpose of the united revival meetings, and show also In short the way to light nni life. Tin r it -i reads; "For all Iwvo snuio'i ami roiiu- oiioi'i of tii' irlorjf (if God," and the second reads, "Bo hold the Lamb of iod which takoth awaj the iin "f world." Repentance is nol only for the de bauche and the criminal so blach thai his eonsclence is seared with perpetu ation of sin, bul also for the man wiiour Ufa baa been freed from bla k iii m of the world, for " m have ilnnod and come shorl of thi gloi y of Qod.' For the man who baa sinned least, us wfii uh for the man who has sinned most, the bl i of the Uiuib of Hod is enceaaan to take away the sin, third 1 1 tu be baptised if tin' name ol the Lord Jesus." "Now sump strange things about ibid case i First, Peter had been given (ho keys of the kingdom and be had i used on of 1 1 it in on the day of pente tusi to open the doors of the church for the flrsi time to the Jews. No at tiiiM Gentile home he nuts lr.s tec. ntiti key to open the doors of the ohurch tu the Gentiles and sin e thai day Hit1 Gentiles have been received as well uf tin' lews ami all upon Hi'' name terms of pardon, it will bo will for us to examine ibis conversion and then we shall see what those terms I are, There are also nine other con i versions recorded In this book, which Is the onl) i k in thr bible thai tells I you vvhol to do to be saved, Tin y all record the eame stepa" Tl lt Concluding the week the different churches ministers of u. Cty an cial preparations for aii during the past work attendance has i n as good as preachers dared to exooct. in , ii sen Ices nt of Tulsa, the making spe tonight's ser- tho tl,.. expect, in each it'if are to da) anywhere, Hon given out onlay morning i noon services, as aim In i no uo ntown churches 1 1. i . , i . i lt)ga were packed and good congro rations attended services at the out lying churches last night, accordini io a committee ol men who tour,.,! 1 1 me town in on automobile distribut ing literature to the separate con- ari gatlon8, Rev, J, W. Darby's sermons at the First Christian church, short and to the point, supplemented by Mr Winters' singing, ore bringing won derful results, In the length of time the meeting has been going on, forty people have declared themselves for the right and given their hearts to tod under Reverend Darby's preach ing, Audiences have been good ami Inform wonderful there as elsewhere. Bnckidlilcrs Reclaimed. There have been six conversions ami reclamations at the Tlgerl Me morial church under the preaching of Rev ii C. Jones, ami many back: Blldden and Indifferent church mem bers have been awakened to see thou error and line up with the people of iioii again. Reverend Jones has a rich, refined humor which, with hla sincerity and earnestness, captivates his audience, "Sidetracked In the Christian Life" was the topic on which the preacher delivered a most Impressive sermon laai uiKht at the Firs! Presbyterian Ohurch. He allowed the spotlight of his discourse to real for a few mo ments mi the characters of David, Jonah and 'Peter, and other prominent Godly men of the old and new Testa ments. Then he brought his sermon homo with a striking application of the examples of the twentieth century man, "Making Jesus King" is thu subject selected for tonight's dis- COUrse. After Sunday night Rev. C. W. Kerr, win, has been doing his own preaching, will employ the assistanci of Rev. Prank Arnold, who has been pastor of the Pint Presbyterian i hill' h of Kaunas City for more than ten yens. Already the pastor had added u large number of new mem bers to the tanks of his church and has the hearts of his congregation in the proper attitude to make the meet ing under the revivalists a great auccoss, Have Nt Preacher, n was reported yesterday thai the congregation at the itnmanuel Bap tist church, although not having a minister and In m way read', to con duct a revival meeting, bad been hold ing daily prayer meetings preparatory to the meetings which are to bl in next wot'k, w hen I heir new minister arrives Reverend Owen will preach for them tonight. The unique work of the limn min i congregation is very remarkable, as they have been conducting devotional exercises since the meeting begun, preparing thorn salves and Invoking Qod a blessing on the other churches engaged in a revival. One of the most remarkable fea turea of the meetings has been the daily Increasing audiences at the Second Baptist church, attracted hv Rev, Andrew Potter. "The Serpent's Trail," which Was the subject of bis remarks Wednesday night, wiis said to be the best discourse of tin meet ings, He said, iii pari: "I am not here to tickle the aesthetic ear, nor philosophise on sin, but to remind you of its ugliness and its power to blight the lives of nun and women. The emblem of sin is blackness, anil mm go to dark plaits to perpetuate their hellish Schemes, 'They love darkness lather than light because their deed arc evil'." I nlquc Ippcals, Two cauls tacked on tin wall above in, meeting lording to infoi ma-; -t night, The Bat-1 mi Saturday after well as the regular iukIii meetings, are to bo suspenaea tomorrow. The oult Saturday session 1406 Baltimore avenue. Mrs. Cole ooncernlng which more details uiii in. announced later. Sunday morning the regular Bundaj school and pn ai h ' ing seniles will l.e held and Slllltlav afternoon Mis Percy V, Pennbaeker win address tin union meeting at the First Presbyterian ohurch, Mis. Penny-backer la expected to be in TulSB tally Salurdav and will BtO) at the home of Mrs. II. N Cole of of i in:. South Baltimore. Mrs. Cole says lie has never seen Mrs. Penny- ker and is not i Io wh rm persona I i friend of tin- distinguished olun woman which it lias been rumored she was, hut in r relation to Mrs. Pen nybacki r is Indeed unique and the two women have been anxious to meet eaeh otiu r for a number of years. They have in common a very dear friend In the iierson of Mrs. John Leckle of London. England, Curious ColncUlence, Some M ar-- ago Mrs Deckle, at Hi 'I time Mirs. ,1. it. Qoodht f Beau-! mont, Texas, was closely associated with Mrs. Cole iii i lull work In Beau-1 mont Later Mrs, Qoodhue toured England with Mis. Pennyibackor ami Incidentally mel Mr. John Goodhue ami married him. At the time the! present European war broke out Mrs. Penny-backer was m London visiting I Mrs Deckle, Mrs. Deckle had been a delegate t r h ngiiuid to t tie men- I nlal assembly ol women's clubs in Chicago al the lime Mrs. IVtinyha. ker was elected president of tile (leneral Federation of Women's Clubs, a world-wide organisation. The friendly correspondence in1 tween Mines. Deckle and Cole led to the arrangement for Mrs. I'olo to meel I and entertain the distinguished Worn-1 all during her slay in 'I ulna, All oilier meetings of a public na ture have beon called off Sunday aft ernoon io enable everybody who can to hear Mrs. Pennybaeker as it is perhaps the chance of a lifetime to many Tulsa ns to listen to the message of the woman who is the one promt, nenl figure in the world todaj In women's oluib life. Mr. Darby spoke at the christian church last night on "The Conversion of a Rich Man." Among other things he snld: 'Tlie conversion of this man Is a remarkable illustration of the power of the simple story ,,f the gospel. II Is remarkable too. in many other ways. Revh wing the ease as it Is, the tee.. rd says he was a centurion, that he was a devout man, that he prayed always, Unit ho was a charitable man. giving always to the poor: that lie was honest. He w is a man also in whom Coil was Interested, but not more than he is Interested in any Cther man. He is a type of many nun today with the exception that men of this type think today that they an sale lor all eternity, He saw in a vision a in ui coming to him and saying In him that his prayers ami alms were come up before Qod as a memorial before him. Inquiring for the meaning of th" vision he in AMERICAN KILLED BY VILLA ASSASSINS Shool Down Cattleman in Cnl. I B : 1 1-1 ' r Escaped. WAS NO PROVOCATION Dragged I aud Saiil ing I mi ruin In We Kill Hi r.iiii El. PASO, net. ,.f Rodey, N, I e I'll. IV 7E mill's report r M by a Villa offl t it i tu Juarez, itching here Boone's partm i esea lied from Charles Boone was killed yes ier ai Gusman, according to a today, brought r. Patrli k Walsh, loco- Guzman on hy I wh motive. Boono is the s mi Amreloan cat tleman to In- killed in western 'hi huahua hy Villa soldiers James Par ker, a eatti an well known hore, was executed near Gusman a week ago, according to reports since confirmed. The soldiers accused him of stealing cattle, lie was endeavoring to round up a herd and bring It in io i he i ler for American owners. "Boone and I were bringing a ship ment of stock t" the border," Bald I .lames Welsh on his arrival here. "Our train was stopped at Gusman and Villa soldiers came out from the 'station. The saw Boone Inst and dragged him from tt.e train, telling him thej were i:oiug to kill him- He 'said to nit' as they Wi re leading him i off, it's all up with me now; Thej hail gone only a tew steps when Colonel Hernandes gave 'he order for Boone's murder and an officer fired at him. I saw Boone fall and strug gle a couple of t lines. Then tin y said they were going to search the train for more 'grlngoes.1 " Soldiers acting, It is said, under Villa orders are slaughtering thou sands of cattle in northern Mexico, 6 ESCAPED GERMANS REPORTED CAPTURED Ifiii li a I Interned Raider I Im British War-hip. n- Letter, t. The rman seapi toltl to sen I to Ji Peter, a pn a her of does so nnd about tl was having his visit one Ills w as he vl tlow n at the 'o, ir i were ail manm r of ami crci ping thing him 'Arise Peter answered 'Not i N E W v " i : k fleers of the interned Kronprlns Wllhelm who esi Norfolk, Va., October 10, ol vai ht EcUdsc. were captured ppa for Simon I bv a British warship, according the sttSPI I. 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IVtor Lord, fur 1 have orlt for ii.iniiH'.ii last never eaten anythlnn thai la common tir unclean.1 Cnrm litis had M iit nu n to bring Peter down and when Peter went lie sp"i' tu Cornellua the word of the gospel, init because the) were Oentlles Peter doubted thai they should be- received, nod gives b Cor nelius the jrift ot tlie Holy spirit to convince Peter thai they were ac cepted BJ Well as t ho Jews. Soi illK thit Peter nays' 'Seeing that these have received the Holy Spirit as well a we, who should forbid water thai they should be baptised?' And he NEW FRENCH CABINET NOT YET COMPLETED MJnbitr) Hcadeil ls signed eslenlaj : en Art' A Rone i Isml Be Political Lead-tlvc. 1 'A uis, Ort. 28 (11:15 p. m.) The French cabinet ol which Rene Vlvianl was bead resigned today bul up to a late hour totilRlit Aiistidt Brland, DON' T Judge Clothing Values by Prices Alone lie (Quality of (Jood Clothing tlie outside appearance. mined Dy tlu value of a ing Genuine cannot always be deter Neither 'im you judge it sells for. We are Bell" garment by the price SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.'S this greal Sale of Custom Tailored Suits and Overcoats in tlif A.gee Clothing Stock at actual cost. Schloss Bros.' guarantee, as well as our own, goes with ach sale of a Schloss Garment, even though ypu buy it at snlc 1 rice. Nearly 400 men and young nu n have purchased Fall Suits here in this sale. You can't spend ten minutes more advantageously than in looking nt these wonderful values while your size is here. RR0WN & BLAZER CLOTHING CO., INC. SELLING OUT Agee Clothing Stock Sold by all dealers. No exclusive agents. American Radiator Company Write Department T-14 B16-822S. M.chigan Ave. Chicago Public Showrooms nt Chiccgo NfW York. Roston, Pron.denrr, Pliilmlrlplii, WmhiriKton. B-tttimore. Buffalo, Rorhntrr, PitMburRri, Cleveland. Cincinnati, Detroit. Atlanta, Birmingham. New Orleans, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Ues Momeu, Omaha. Minneapolis, St. Paul, St, Lotas. Knnnan City, Denver, brattle, Portland, Spokane, ban Krancisco, Worcester Loa Angeles, Toronto, Brantiortl, Out , London, Pans, Brussels, Berlin, Cologne, Milan, Vienna. tu ni w com- wlm sVas imIIi'iI ni"i cabinet, had not succ led In pletlng ti in task. Thf subject of M. Vlvlani's retire men! from the premiership and the reorganisation of tin' cabinet was tlls eussed al length iv (he political lead ers init as no definite arrangement could be reached, the chamber of deputies which was awaiting the ap pearance of the ministry In the bouse, adjourned In the afternoon wltl t any formal announcement having been made, Quite Simple. A story Is going the rounds of the Hritisli empire about Mr. O'Leary of the Irish guards, who won the Victoria cross fur killing finht Hermans, cap turing two anti Liking .i trench. It is recorded thai when r.iim O'Leary heard th details of his son's exploit he curled .1 disdainful lip and aid: "An1 hf kin eighl Dootcbmen, 'li'i he? An' why shouldn't be? Sure, an' tiiii 1 ever go to the county fair with out knorkln' over twlnty Irishmen or nitiri', an' nip with only my tranttn (stiiki? An' Mike had rifle an' bayonet to help hltn. didn't In " Surf, nn' with 11 rifif an' bayonet be oughi to have done it, an' atsy, too." New ork .Timep. OFFICIALS STUDY REPORT ON THE F 4 MOVIES MADE HERE EXHIBITED TO FEW ton it 11 offlc DUld lit Proved l inn Bplcndkl Kilmn Can Taken In This Section of Country, it.- Motion pictures made In Tulsa wi re exhibited to a select crowd ;it, the Broadway theater yesterday forenoon, tor the purpose of demonstrating that the climatic riitiilitions here are suited to the film industry. The pictures Included a panoramic scene of th city, various churches, schools, homes ana other buildings, views of the Humbug circus parade and portions ol film-dramas made foi the 1"1 Hunch company, within 100 miles of this city. Cameraman Kemp explained t be filio.H .'in I In y were photog- iinsheii on the screen, iin raphy was perfect. The citizen! present all expressed ! themsi Ives as being delighted with the showing. Secretary Ttlburnc Of Hi" Chamber of Commerce was present and whs enthusiastic over the pros- I peels for n.akinK TUlM a motion tiire center. pie- Informed the French I hat rep. His t ha 1 (In mand the withdrawal troops from Salonlki are unwarranted, Although it is denied in Paris that a ministerial Crisis has arisen there, m. Vi lanl, leader of the coalition cabinet, has withdrawn from the premiership, and ex-Premier Arlstlde Lirianid, known is a forceful states man, Is now engaged in the task of forming a new ministry, it la under stood that several of the members ot tin retiring cabinet will retain then portfolios, and it is believed that when M . Brland is ready to name the new ministry he will be officially 1 ecognisi d. So Peace Xegollatlomi, Hiiiii Uoyd Oeorge, the Britlsn minister of munitions, speaking for Premiei . .mn in the house ol common, has restated Ureal Britain's position with respect to peace. The minister denied that Orsal Britain was engaged directly 01 Indirectly In peace negotiations, and reiterated the ..........'.. f'.Ol.l II-. L' ..r... .i nn' iiniiiM. i s ...nt.. .,... l,.t i!,..-.t Rl-ltailn would I Spring not sheath the sword "until tin free dom of Eruope is secured." In both the eastern ami Westel gone the imiititiH baa diminished In force, How Vitazone is Extracted From Rock riie water from Natural Mineral Hptiiigs Weak in omparixon. WASHINGTON, Oct, II. Officials of navy bureaus ore stutlyiiiK the flnul report of the naval board of lmiulrv wlili-h inveHtlxaterl the loss of the suh- 1 ... 1 1 1 . . F-4, with a view to determin ing whether proceedings to fix per sonal responsibility for the aocldsnt which cost 21 liven shall he started. The board found that corroded lead lining anil rivets In the submarine's battery tanks caused the accident anil absolved the crew of the boat from all blame. Tu:-k Repnlsc Miles. BSttUKi "ct. 28. flly wireless to Turkerton, N. J.) Turkish troops have cngaKcd and rsPUUMd an AnRlo French force near BtrumJtaa, accord ing to a dispatch from Sofia (riven out today by tho Overseas News agency. "Bulgarian and Turkish mountain artillery has done Rreut execution," says the dispatch. Two thousand prisoners, anion; whom were troops of all colors, have arrived at Sofia." Half Million to Print eton. PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. II. Gifts to Princeton university amount tag tf H63.92S wero announced at a meet lug of the trustees today. A unliuc cameo of former President Wither spoon, moulded In Kngland In 1 783 by James T..ie, was presented to the university hy Anthony Van Tuyl of Colorado, Texas. THE WAR AT A GLANCE BOB ST. MARIE WAS BURIED WEDNESDAY The forces of ail the countries al lied with the centra powers are now operating against the Bertotana and the liritish and Preach in the south eastern theater of the war. Turkish urtillery has entered the fray In southcaat fferbia In the neigh borhood of Btrumitsa and. according to Berlin, in co-operation with the Bulgarian mountain artillery has "done great execution." against the Anglo-Trench troops. The rapture of ZaJecar and Kni.i- levats m ar tho Bulgarian frontii r north eas' of xish, gives the Bulgar ians control, not alone of the Ianuhe region ami the northern reaches of the Tlmok river, hut of the railway running south of Nish. Traffic mi imimiM' soon. Special to Tii" W'd'id. DRUM RIGHT, Okla., Oct -'8.- Bob st Marie, who was shot and Instantly ; killed in Clyde Blackeley here Sunday night. ;is burled in the Drumrurni cemetery Wednesdaj afternoon. The funeral w as held under the auspices of the Moose lodge nf Drumright, of Which he was a member. None Of the relatives, who were notified, were at the Services, ns most of them lie in Canada, Bt, Maria, carried Insurance In the W. O. W, lodge and nt the time of his death held receipts from his local In San Antonio, Texas, Tin; monej win be used for the education of his six small children now at the Pry OT orphanage. EXECUTED AS A SPY BUT WAS NOT GUILTY Pew people stop to think when quaffing the waters of an) well-known mineral spring, what a journey each little drop Of that water has made to bring to the lipa its tiny contribution of the earth s healing mineral If one could follow the long tortuous course of a rain drop is it falls from the ClOUde, soaks Into the surface of the ground. Is purified by many layers of rock ami sand, and finally comes In i on tad Willi Hie mineral. It would he Interesting Indeed. Bui merely to touch the mineral deposits and hurry on Its Journei does not permit much saturation and the ordinary mineral water contains such negligible Ct nt nl of mineral as to he almost futile in iUl. kly correcting human Ills. Down in the Tomblgbee bills tit Alabama, Nature played a Strang prank. There In one remote spot she left S strange deposit of mineral earth near the surface, so highly Impreg nated with sulphate of Iron, aluminum, magnesium, chloride of sodium, free sulphuric acid and other minerals, that water running through It absorbs these valuable Ingredients in great quantltlea The earth Is taken out. oxidized ami softened by raposure to air and sun, put in a hopper and pure water perco lated through it. Vltawne is the result. So powerful Is the mineral content that only a teaspoonful in a glass of . water Is many times stronger than the ! Io .t mineral springs waters known. I Vltasone Is just a simple, pure, harmless mineral remedy containing. nothing luit what nature rave It. No Idrugv to. dope no alcohol. It will often stop stomach distress and Indi gl n Instantly, gives rapid and permanent relief to rheumatism, kid ney and bladder trouble, Impure blood, liver ami bowel sluggishness. It is powerful as an external antiseptic and a few drops will purify drinking wnter. Samples of It may h(. had free at the ("iitker Prug Store or tht regular sUo bottles may bp bought there. - Adv. BERLIN, Tuikerton. Oct. N. J. i By 1 t nlal Mines and other obstruction! in the Danube nre being rapidly removed I tenant Colonel Mlassoyedoff, and trafflf on the river. It Is expected, ' tt i prefer mi the staff of tin will soon be restored. On the Itulgarlan Black se.-o eaal Russian warships have iie.-n bombard ing Bulgarian positions Varna, the chief port, waf considerably damaged by the shells of the HusttlanS, accord ing to the report rta. blag Home from Buchai eat The Crreek minister at Paris has Wireless to that l.ieti- an In. Russian Tenth army, wlui some Unit ago was hanged as a German Spy, was never In fact a spy for the Germans as charged, is mailt- b the official Nord Deutsche Allgemelns Beltung, The newspaper as quoted by the Overseas News agency, refers to a new discussion re garding the case recently opened In the Kngllsh and l it nch press and as serts that Lieutenant Colonel Mlassoy edoff was Innoeettt If he really was sentenced for spying In the Herman service, since neither he nor those as SOCtated with him ever gave, informa tion to Oerinany or Austi ia-lliingnry." The Nord IbutMlw V'lgtiuelne BeltUgg adds that It would have bfcen useless to make any declaration of the nature of the present one bt fore the execution of the accuses.