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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20. 1010.
B Ml.THOlHST. UKTIIOI'IHT- Fifth l , ,,, i.'r ' w- Am'1- )M"u,r !"'u . v.4 Musa Kayo Huron f ... aimiBtiini; H. W. Johnaon, tjinrT. ,i..rH John, suucnn- I'"1"1 L ...i i u.i..p nrouram IJ.30. UW ' i in-J . h'.iiworlh lt , .unriH. prayer n.eetlim at 7 "' . - tnuufi'ul nroirr.mi liv Sr-ri." Crucifixion-.'' by Stutncr. "",' with Kaatcr anthem, "Chrlal , Kterii.il." by Prothcro. Juruo.- t 7 led by Uinilo John; l-.pworu . 'i. .. . ,1 1.11c arid ""w ,u 7 m Finery. liK.V'K r ill'lU'H Third and ...,,, H Hev. r.veren riinpniin. Ltur 1 : "J 7 KaM Third: Phone :J?-ll. Sunday school, 0:;i0; A. A v'firt superintendent. V. J. Whld ... i.r iiniirv : Kennedy' Iyal Scout l,f fill boys. Moinlnn nervlcn al I ftriin'ii "y ine panim. jooo.i ..fiie.it 3. Mrs. llornheck; Kpworth J I..")U Il1-( j.ivo.v Mk. niiivl'TT MKMOIlIAfj four- ..,nth 'and uuaker. Kev. Unilnn I.. -.nfTinleiident; M. U I'oiindstonr, imiiio president; V. It. Kecfe. fl niniial secretary: Frank t;iuz,. (l0.,ior: Mabel Meisncr una .-viar-,,, Zonk, pianist. Sunday school. (45: r.pwnrtn league i. momma wor.liH'. Faster scnooi anu me romm union Service." Kvenlng. U'r prncram by Sunday school. Kunday school social at the church Ktl.Uy evening at 8. Prayer meet ing Wednesday at 8. BOSTON AVKNI'K ( M. IT 8 ) W. C llnuee. paator; '. K. Iuffteld, au .frintemlerit, Sunday school at 0:45: K(iorth, 6:45; preaching at II and I by the pastor. Mid-week Hcrvlce 8 , m Wednesday. District conference thtni.iv arnl Tuesday. Sunday school ;ly on Monday and centenary rally on Tuesday. Till KltT M KMOHI A I. M K. P N(ir:h Main. Hnv. Uarold li. t'.ioke p.mtor: phone &Rfil; Coleman I, Kikl:. (secretary, residence phone (US. Stm.lv m-hool, 9:45; church irvu-e, iTnud 8. Kpworth leaKtie, Junior, 1.30; wenlor, 7. Troop 13 boy ,cou: eery Krlday al 7:30. Puck No. 1 wlf euba meet Friday at 3:30. -4 . WKSI.KV MCTHOniST Kim! in.l Iee. Weat Tulaa. Itev. II. K. Frill pator. Siinduy achool at 10; prwrhinir at 11 and 8; Kpworth uc, t.H. BKTHKI MISSION -Oitf-eola and Cnuniil inortheaat part if city. Mr llertha Khlera, miperlnlendent. Sirdav bcIiooI at 2:30, followed by public wornhlp. WKSI.KY OHAPKl. (M. K col rrifkfi'rt and Knaton. Kev. II. T f Johnaoti. rf'or. Stindiiy achool, ) J0: preaching t 11 and 7:30; Kp- orlh le.iKue, 6:30. ItROW'B rHAPKI. d". K. M JT North Frankfort. Hev. J. It Mc. (:n. psi.tor. Hnndav achool, 9:30: a-Mchlne 11 anil 7:30; Kpworth ! .... . v .. . a r Kl HST V R KS HYTICrtI A N Se V - nth and Boston, ltev. C. W. Kerr. "gWEETStothe Sweetw is an old-fashioned trib ute we shall always hold dear. The gal lant of today is practicing it as did the beaux of yes teryear. But today he takes pains to Bee that the "sweets" are the very choicest his money can buy. He buys his chocolates by name. Catherine Chocolates are his choice because ev eryone likes these variety tidbits, knowing they will not find a "plain" cream in the box. Next time try this kind. $1 the Pound At Best Shops 0 o paator. Sundav achonl, 9 10. Ser mon at lo .'.r. I. the p.4t.ir, " hti.U the First Fruits' ll.ipnnm of in fanta and reception of members KveniiiK hermon at by the p.i-'i r. "I'hriHt and Maiy Magdalene" Spe cial music. Kntirn Kcnd iil ori ln-siiu pla lit evening, Ihkhwiihk at 1 10. Special lvJiaier iimi'. Junior en deavor at 3, m iliar UJiJ lulormcdlate at 6 ti. KKCONI. . PRF.SHTi:itlAN -'ii nla and Marlon. S . II. Murphy, Jr , piiMtor; V. u. Fornwui, au pel intend -nil , Sunday achool, D:4.ri. Prviu Iiiiik at II by ibe post or, "The Itisurie tlon." Faster M-ivi.e with apccial music. KveniiiK nclllion at H by the pastor, "After I'eath, What?" Junior endeavor at J; senior al J. Wedncs. dav evenlnK prayer and aoelal (;ath eniiK at C.impflii. Kills anil Junior Itoy Scout. I HO Friday. Hoy Scuuia, 7 Friday. UNITKD PltlOSItYTKKIAN t'hi-yeniHi and t'ayiurvn. liev 'harlea N". Newcnmb, Imstor. IIS West I'.imeron, phone 294 It. P.lble school, 4S. Mrs ( W lirove. su perlntendent : special Faster procnim. Christian Fnlon at 7; preachliiK by tho pastor at II and 8. MornliiB sub ject. Tim lilad Faster Ision " Spe. clal Knater proKram by choir, with short address by paator on ''SiriKltitf. lliu Music of All Creation." f'( iI.I.Kt I V. Illl J-Seventh and McCoy. Sunday school at 1ft; Junior endeavor. 3; senior, 6. .10. Preaching at II and 7:30, both by lr. Arthur lxe tnli'll. Kelley, awlstaiit pastor, " 0 1 IUui Tlilid I'll aclllnn and II and S a cluck bv the I.stii id I Fellows ami Itiitickalis kpeilal Kiest at inornlhk' service Theinn tor morn Inn. (n Pahr.,.,1 ,y tui the tMher Side"; evening, "The Answer to a l.i'cat Appeal." Siitnl.iv is lutol, I;!.'. In iharu" of .1 W. Ad inin. II. . I' 1 ., 6.4I. Sin, be. hum. 2.u0. w i:s r ti i.s i: n nin p i.s lor; pli. mo 7 7 Ml It. Ilible sell. ml .il ! 4... W. M, I in ai tin- cliutch H Y p. I , t; : 4.,; pi c:, -b imk at II and 7:. 10. i'ruer meeting '1'ueml.iy i-n nunc. ritlll FID1N41 Service every 'uiiday at nuaslon on Sand Sprint's linn. . 'A OHKISTIAV. FlltST CHRISTIAN MeeMntt :n courthouse, ltev Meade liiitt. p.ia lor, I'! US South Denver, phone '.' I fr Nate McCiitchrnn. nisines.H manager, 614 Mavo buildiiiir; phone 4i,;ix IMble n hool al y .10. W. h liodfrey, supei Inlenilent. Comioiiniiiu and prrachliiif at lfl:4.ri "The Wnrld'i Kesurrectlnn " At 8 p. m. nnisi. al program. Address bv the ptatur. "The l.lKht Which l.lKbti-ih Kvery Man" At 3 p m. combined of three missionary orsaniratlnns, sibleii, "His I. ist Week ' Senior Finleavor a( 7, InlerrneAlliita nt 0. Mil. WAY AVK'ffi: scliniil nt 1 0 a. m. IitTIIIUW. Sunday Hl'I J.KTTF. COM Ml'NITY Has kell and Mullette. Hev. A. K. We toil, paator. Sunday school, 9:4.'i. C. A. Kdwards, superintendent. Kn deavpr at 7; evenlnK aervlt'e at 8. HA IT I ST. FlltST MAPTIST -Fourt hand Cincinnati. ltev. W. '. Andeitmn, pastor. Study phone 4.'i97-.l. tl W. Ilerhold. financial Heirelary. office phono 4a7'J.i:. lllble school at 9 30, F. W. Ilryaiit. euiierlnti'inlenl. Spe cial feature for Foster. Attendance cam pawn Is on. The four unlta of tho It. Y. P. I', meet In reception rooma w"1' special proKram for each at 6:4a 1'reachliiK t 10 tiO and 8. both by paator. Mornlnc topic, "Infallible Proof of the Resurrec tion of Christ." Vree-wlll offerlni for home and foreign miaslons. In tho evenlnx there will hn baptism and a npecinl muaical prugrimi by the choir Sunbeam band meeiant 4, di rected bv Mrs. Amzl Maker. N04"! ALKS AVKNI'K I'lrst and NoKab. Sunduy hi hool, 9:45; Chat-lea II. Fox. autierinteudent. It. Y. P. I'. ut 6 o'clock. Truman Mil ler, president. Junior ut the Maine hour, Mrs II. tl. Morrison, leader. Sunbeam band at 3, Mra. Truman Miller, leader. Rev. W. A. Todd In chaiBTe. I'renehlnK service at 11 and 8 o'clock; every day, 10 a. in., 4.U p. in. und 8 p. in. IMMANl'FI Second and Rock ford. Kev. C. F. Slier, paator. 117 South Victor; phono 5Hio. CJ. T FV;i,lSMl l.l'TII FltAV -nfth ami Flwood Palm Sundav. Mible school in 9 4 T. . MnpiltiH eervlce at II; aermon by Rev. It. H Punh of Ottawa. Kan. Music by ladles' n, nut let u. C. Splndlrr, director and or Kitiist. A. P. tierlach, vice president church council; phone 8610. KIMStMlI'Mk TRINITY i:i'ISCOPAU- Fifth and Cincinnati. Rev. C. V. Miuk. l. I', rector. lloly communion nt S; church achool at :1D. MornlnK prayer and holy communion at II. sermon bv rector; evenitm piuyer and addriww. 41 II o'clock rector will address Trinity Commandery.Knlehla Templar, which will attend in h body. Ileciiuse of Ihe usual Flutter crowd at 11, as many .in possible are urged to miiko communion at 8 Mu ileal program on anoihrr poK.i of this paper. Mondiiv evenlnK. April 21. at 8 o'clock, reitular annual con Krejf.atlonal meetlnn for election of warderui and vestrymen. CATIIOMC. IIOI.Y FA M I I.Y -- FlRh'h and Moulder. Rev. John C lleirlim. rec tor. First mass and sermon at 7 a. m ; children's mass and reunions In struction, 9 a. m ; hlKh mass and ser mon 10:. 10. Kveninc aervheg al 7.30 o'clock. KACRKD II KAUT Sixteenth and Rockford. Rev. Charbss Standaerl. rector. Servlcej, at usual houra. .IFAMSII. TKMPI.R ISKAK1. -- Fourteenth and Cheyenne. J. It. Menkes, rabbi. M'NAt Cheyen ne. KMI'NAH 819 Roulh Morris Teller, rahhL HHISTIN S'lirtT.. FIPST CIM'ltCII - IJIeventh and Moulder, Services at 11 a. m. und 8 p. m, nuhjecl. "lui.-lrine uf Alone menl." Sundav school at tl 3d Wednesday cveninif tcsuinuniul mei-tlna; ut 8. Fic read hit ronins. 307-30H Mayo building, open week daj a 9 to ! 30, ,Sund is and ho!i.las I to 5. Public cordially Invited to use rooms and attend services. Mt.M I ll.VM III S. v? TIIA CITY MISSION .1 West Second. Rev. A lji In ii.-i'eili, pan tor Cltv m lsi.inu.il v seivlces every night at 7:30. Noonday praver meeting dall.v ; preni Iiiiik by the pa. lor, Sunday e-'hol for men. women and children nut otherwise attached K AMii:i.i.vr ri.M'M.I. at Con vellliun hall. S I'., jjtvie Ills life -pcricm e. nf de li i v to lirisii ninlty " MISSION i if ltl-:l-:i:MINil I.OVK -109 Snu'll ItOhton AHVKNTrsT Suth and Midmon CIII'RCII OF i' 'l llfth and M a I ison. Si v. 1 1 ; IV o' 1 1 V li: Tl I' it i il IT. I il.'O l-.ast In ;.l I .e. line ut 8 Sp;i ltll.il Ilicss.lK.'s after ci !'ll. All In lerenled are nn iti-d Ullll. I".' STl IH-:TS TnVv .-. le sla un ci In i on i I Iiihimi. in loiinty courl room at ;l for tci;iil.ir weekly :ib!e study ms-.imi and -it i p m for reguhir annual ltnnioii.it All ion sccrated llihlc stu-li-n'M cordially in Vltedp Wednesday i I.' P to , Week!) tesllmonial uieeliii.; Kticl.inienf nt pica. hltiK. 7 1. W oIllesdaN . 1 I ; religion 8 30; ; pi a v er eei v ice, 1 . 4 ,7 ASSKMI'.I.V UK Penrl.t il'eail). i,ii II Fifth and CHI RCII I l ' .1 IS I S I II It IST ( Iteorgiini' d I.. ut. r 1'av Saints! -Tenth and Rock ford, tiem cr A Kel irv, pastor. Sunday t-cliool at tl..r0, Clll lti ll UF CHRIST. FlltST -livtok- school auditorium. Phone li.'.'t? .1 Sunday school at 10; church M-lvtie-i hi II and 7 All Owen park cars pasn Ihe building. SI tinners aro w elciitne Sl-I I i ft Al, TCMPl.i: OF Tltl'Tll Moo-,,, ball, 1 ' 4 S South Muslim, liev. i ici triple Ituil, pastor. Meets at s p. in. .ei-tiire by assistant pas. tio. Key Ida Thompson, orchestra music. Spirit inrHsiiKe after lecture by the pastor. Those deslrlUK spltlt- ii a t advice may see paator at real- deme, Vern alatlnn, Sand SprlnfH line, any day except Bunday belweeo 9 a. in. and 4 p. m. MUST SPHUTtrALIST BOCIICTT. K P. hall, ft p. in., Rev. Mra. J. H. I'lemmlna. paalnr, will leclure, under spirit control, followed by messanr.M. Children a lyreum at aauie place at li p. m. TIIK Tl.'I.IA I NITT rr.AHS of Practical Chrlalianlty will meet Thursday evening nt 8 In the supe rior courtroom at tho courthouse. --mm m i ill mi m t mw ar. w gt i u m i n i n s i si fa o: D o 30E ioeio Onzxo o D o Announcing an after Kaster sale of Oxfords and Pumps for one week only. The thrifty woman will find just what she has been looking for at the right price. Why shouldn't your fcot ho jrlail this piorioufl sprinR? Why not cater to their welfare as you do to the beauty of your head? We have shoes th,it will not only fit you, but that will add elegance to your style and com fort to your walk. Values to $30) The best of leather, the best o the best of service; all at the price. D o The Oxfords a h o w- n above come, In black kid, made espi' claPy for us; worth regularly 110 .00, priced for Faster week at only - $8.85 YV e are also ehnwinir a line of ( ixfords In brow n. b: i'-k and patent with turn sole a ltd Louis o r military heelt.. worth f .'ill and I7.U0, Priced for Faster week only $5.85 f workmanship, lowest possible See our most cx tiaordinarv value In a Kla.ed kid Colonial P u m p. with a steel cut Tun k In and full I. null heel, regu larly priced a t 110.00 Kspe. -tally priced for Faster week-- $8.85 Our growing girls' and misses' department is most complete. You can find a variety of pumps and oxfords, also a nice assortment of baby shoes and slippers; all very reasonably priced.. Johnson Bros. Shoe Store "Better Shoes for Le" 116 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 7567 First door north of the Wonderland Theater 3 i3i m r8 1 4 1 " ) V J ; rJJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii n JDavisSASshiotrSop WJ V XNT , 5) J3 '" 1 415 South Main St. Of'-iy Tulsa, Oklahoma An After-Easter Sale of ' DRESSES That Should Be of Utmost Importance to Women of Tulsa Scores of stunning new, ultra - fashionable models, illustrating fashion's newest anil latest decree, ar rivingSaturday too late to be unpacked during business hours, together with the remainder of our regular stock, will be placed on sale for One Day Only Monday 00 Values to $45) Georgettes, Taffetas, Satins and Combinations At these prices you may choose from dresses in box-coat effect ; blouse effect dresses or belted in unusual manner. Latest con ceptions in collars, sleeves, pockets and many other effective features. Not a spring color of popularity is lacking. The fashionable young miss seeking the unusual or the matron interested in conserative elegance will be equally sure of finding just the style i best suited to her. There arc smart frocks for wear every day scores of refined straight-line, draped and tunic models. Lavishly embroidered, beaded or braided afternoon styles. Sport frocks too, of dash and chic. era iouSI - -1 (" .... I0G30E