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SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE Easter Services in Churches of Qalumet and Vicinity Special Music Featuring the Resurrection Will Be Rendered by Choirs and Soloists, and Appropri ate Sermons Preached by the Pastors. I'oluraef oburebea of Ml denomlna- I i will ageroniutaiy abgarva Wmutm tomarron anal eraeona mmi etuarclaea wm pertala te Um Joyoue event Bmn- Hful Bater music DMMAtM and musses WIU proctel ii"' rurwellwi ami Hum evn puHI Mif "' ll"' , i CliriHl will ! loW 1 1. iwrvloM Caltunel enure baa v ,11 be M WiMW CHRIST'S EPISCOPAL. i Chrial Kpisnipnl church. llM Holy rnaunualoa win be I'alabrsted at I o'clock Sunday wntlllm eu4 gggttl l in H 'l''"' ",',,,'r MTVlrn will be .is fobnnre: p, aeleual - ' w i' n' Happy Homing, Age to P Shall Say ." Anthem "!-. OW Passover" i: Chnpet km i.' and. Gloria Trbl By Merauartte, Hvinn - The strife la O'er." qIj 1tiW Wl" I'.v Irani. TMisH Anthem -"Why Seek f0 the MvSua. taeu th- Dead "' 'annum ii iln ' i ml ' Sa m ills' By Seeberho, Communion hjilane WtfliL" "Al the Lam' "Bread i's High r the I'. -a si Sin?." .Vim, Plmlttla" Py Qower. iikklafa- Miss Ulihoff. I'ihI i "UP v choir W ill Howes .asHlsted by a af thirty voleee, gundg) achool will meet at 11 , kmi ,,t i M in the afternoon Id i ti v .ii be bapttam of cWhtri n. Chlidraa'a BeeSee eorvloe wtU be al tevea o'eiooh in tha aventsg hi which tinio then' will be flinging of raroli and presentation of Baatar and Lrnten offering. CALUMET CONGREGATIONAL. Tii,- cantata, "Tha Beeuroctlon Ac cording i" St. John," iy Frederick l i. iii Bulla rd, will be eung hi tha CM , inn Congregational church Bunday morntaa and afternoon, tho lattar aarv Icc to begin al I 'ekei k. Tha order ,. i w ill be :ih follows: inc. in i"'lml Mirts Kimslinni. "The i;iy of Ilea u r rac lion" Chortii uti tenor aohv Law Hail. :i Thou W'f.n "' Soprano nolo, Mr .i nmea T, Planer. "Triumphant Lord, Thy Work is Done" Contralto ani iass duet Urn Clare Onrdnet and Herberi Bodde, Prayer a ll i reenejsen ty choir. Motlrea and offering fjffertor) Beater earns, Hyma vmsi. tha Lord, is1 Rlaan T.. i:y."" I'.isiri old 1 1 s -Ilev. I. K. I.oir.;. "Hark, Tan Tinman tid Voicaa Bound inc" Choral anil huHH Molr, Hrhrt Baaia, "ChriM Rlaan from the Dead" Tenar ado, nhur HaaB, (tenet! ii'tlon. FINNISH NATIONAL. t the Klnniah National church Sun daj m nine, the toilswlna proajrai will ba ptvaahtod: Sell lion -Chun h rhoir. Addraaa Pjrv. I HJiaaoa. Piano aolo Mrs, Kmii Lantto. Selection QuartaC Ra I tat Ion - lira, pithanan. I Hon Chuarh choir. Piano aolo Miss winMfrod Whatl Aidrcaa Ry, y. Rautim n. Heiaction Chareh ehadr. Maiw rola iiss Phaaha Johnaon. aak irs. ,i Tahnatoan Deal Bra Pitkanen ami .Mrs. r. 1. 1 Piano due Mhaaat ad Mabel Jan noon. Meei ion t 'hurt h Irene Keckonen lioir. EPISCOPAL MIS&iONS. Church of England. Howard B. Stealer anin ii 1 1. thr following order if aarvica th Epiai opal nitssions: Boll) i onimunion. I a. BJfc at Allotto. he namnunloaata 04 st. Mark's Mis Btai, n m Almnaa ami st. fohnfa Mla rt KearagfjRt, Thin is Mao thochtl fea'i Kuchatjhl At i" a, m. a qweLiI '" leove, AJionaa fm tha cam van . mi majera oi st. afarh'a and Bt, UlaaloiM a ha are ta attend tho 1 lea at chrial church, Cala leha'i in ::n at, Vl'Sli. , iwl V. its iiKtial. at Si ry HalL Lake li.n Mission. Llbn LlM ii. LAURIUM M. E. "peclni Bi st. r nnilaaaag will ix- nni "" Uurimg 11, k. ehajrch snmiay and m thr aVanlni tha ftmv "' M 1 1 ' xeivtsos win i. conducted "" nudltoeiim of. the eMtaeh. Tha ""ram ..t tie morninj aarvica will ba follows 1 Am Sr., II He Thiit Uveth" Chartaa p la 1 hrtst Riaen from th. J- Kiiu . tt. I al' 1 r . . "iry," rr. Rodney) John l'l;iut. ITALIAN MISSION. ".T.tiiiioii Kir'ic-4 ill be obser - Rafcn Preahj tartan mission '"'ig. An intaraatha Baatei hleh Incltidea a Iioh' ehor- hi III! Mngt HI 1 ) Mm r BO Itrusso, has . ' " liev. PHtrona, lha lor, in , pa Km "" I H" W alk to in COUGHING? Roughing these days? Throat tender? Lungs sore? Iktter Uke e 7) year-old COUt2h miiirine Aver' ( herrv Pectoral. Ask ti.ii, 1 . . "UCIor ahoni this medicine WHAT DOES A MESSAGE By HEV. LUTHER K. LONG, Pastor During this week the Christian World has been following the events of our Lord's last week. Sunday was his day of triumph, and we saw him ride into Jeruaa lem while the multitudes shouted: "Hosanna to the Son of David!" Monday we saw him cleansing the temple driving out those who would change .t from a house of prayer to a place of extortion. Tuesday we followed him through the day of controversy, and heard h.m reiterate the principles of his kingdom amid the opposition of his enemies. Wednesday was the day of quiet in the home of his friends at Bethany. Here he was refreshed and fortified for the hard experiences to come. Thursday was the day of fellowship with his disciples. The Pass over feast was celebrated, he instituted the Lord's Supper and offered the intercessory prayer as recorded by John. On Friday we witnessed his agony m Gethsemane. his betrayal, ar rest, trial and crucifixion. We saw him "despised am: .ejected of men." We heard his first words on the Cross as he felt the freshness of the pain, "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do": and we heard his last strong cry in the moment of death, "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit." Today his body rests in Joseph's new tomb. The disciples hoped Jesus was he who should redeem Israel. Notwithstanding his warning that he would be crucified, the tragedy so ahocked them that the day is spent in overwhelming sorrow. Tomorrow the bells will ring, the lilies will bloom and sad hearts will rejoice saying, "The Lord hath risen indeed!" What does it all mean? 1. It means that life conquers r'eath. Not winter with its cold and desolation is toe great fact of the year, but spring with its warmth, growth and progress. 2. It means that salvation and progress are by means of self-giving and service for others. Even Jesus was made perfect through suffering. The mother, the friend and the patriot are all perfected themselves and lead the objects of their devotion to perfection as they give themselves in humble service. 3. Life is good: and the entrance into the highest and richest life is through union with Christ, who is himself " the Way and the Truth and the Life." 4. Does not all this call for the pi blic worship of God as a recogni tion of His goodness? "Enter into His gates with thanksgiving And into His courts with praise: Give thanks unto Him and bless His name For Jehovah is good; his loving kindness endureth forever, And His faithfulness unto ?l nenerations." OSCEOLA M. E. Bav, v. ii. Collycotl win preach a) the Oaoaola m R church Bunday morning; ami tha children or tin- sim- da a li ram It folHwa: HnjmR mail. Bone 1 will preaenl an Baater pro tin' evening. The program Mlaa Ethel t'art- Hallelujah" School, You tin Itutlon, Ml Whit Ration, Bl in ii. u. Jeeua Uvi White, Bone 1 Behool. Recti ii lot Su peteal Sunn" If Chrial ll.ul Never Riaen" Qlen Chappie. I daloejoe Pi tgaarj i lass Son. "The Strife is i Vi Si hoot. Recitation, M Bong" Stella Bauk Violin solo iti'i it ii ion, geha ted Percy Mlchohta '1 'hlldren'a 1 :.isi-r" 'io la Bodkin. Recitation, what fgrheal Thou' Rva Baukka. Bom?, Hall Recitation, Mighty "Btra nar tor" BJl Within hool. ( tur Qatee"- -floldaworthy. U. . nation. He Sh ill Rl Row e Stella Be dtation, "Uliea 1 oomha. Bam 'Primary . las Recitation, "JSaatei I'ait " -Clifford Mo; n" .fpsslo Whit. . Sol.., aalacted Kenneth Nlchota, Ri . 'Ration, "Purity, ' Truth. I'raK- ranot " Mhai Daara Boav ' Primary raaaa, Becltatioti "Tha Rlaea 1 'in ist ' Ray mond Jolly. Diadnajwe Raymond Luha and Ar thur .latni's. Bone Hlni Joj BaRa, MfjajT" School. Becltatlon, "The BnateT laly" -Doris White. Becltath The Meaaai .(' Ranter' -Wiil'.cr .I-.llv Duet, " I tc.i 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Allci Penrce find Rthel Dawa. Baeltatlon 1 The Chlldren'a Part" - John 1 ; ohisw orthx . Sol... BOhaCted - Miss Thomas. Rending, The WMehward Mary Chappie. Son-. - Jox Dtanela Our Sot Mi School, Committee In charge, Mteaea Myrtle Pi-ari 1 . I'livllis I'haniil. ami lliv... Pearce. NORWEGIAN DANISH M. E. "Tha Empty Tunrb" art 11 ba tha thann of 1 aeimun R r. P, w. Pedaraen al lha NoMrweclanDaniah m. k. church Sunda) momlntf, A short aranion .if lha sun lay achool wifl ba hah! al ii:45. in the evening, the Baatar xer U'soa win ba araaantad by lha BaaaJny - ehaol at 7 o'i lo. k. The i.a. His' Mil eoclety will mo. t Thuradaj afternoon with Mis. Thaagp son ;.i ISS South Kenraarga atiaal CALUMET PRESBYTERIAN. Rav, l. i- Btalker will preach at lha 1 nst praahytarian churoh Bnndnji oiorni.iv and evening. u real live aashlMta a ill be "Thr Frultleen Searvhn gnd ".ii sus afada Kin. - . .. Then do as he says. LiirfcW IT ALL MEAN? FOR EASTER First Congregational Church, Calum.t GERMAN REFORMED. At tin Qaiman Bafurmad church Sunday, Rev. ML H. Qua! will ronducf aarvica ..t II a. m. whan an Baatar sr mon "ii lha aubject, "Chriat is Biaan" ill be delivered. There will Mao bt ntnatun on. Bandaj ai bool will ma al al 11:11 an. 1 the evening eervlee al i, win ba conducted by tin- chihtraa ol ' he Sunday school. Bav. Qusl win conduct acrvieca al J Bha Linden at l:M in tin- afternoon. v CALUMET M. E.. The wntata 'HShilal lha 'i tor" nitl ba suns at the i 'a iium i m. B church Sunday erenlgg The ehofcr, andcr lha Ifaderahlp al afra, Marry NTorthey has i . en ansmentad i oaanida vncallata. and carefully trMned, In tha mm ulna. Rev. L, Adams lha pastor, will 1 reach on "The Meaaaga of Baater. H The Sunday school Buarcli a ndll tahe place al i:.10. - FIRST BAPTIST. "The Baater btaaaagt of Hope" will he the Mihje, t of .1 eenson by Rev. n. v. Broome .i the Flret BapUai church Bunday naornlng, The t., i of tgg evening aermon will ba "Tha Bong .f the Asjea." Mid-week prayer meeting and con ferenea will ! held Wedneaday even ing1 at T o'clock. NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN. At the Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday morning aa Baatar service, with a special pragram of mmnc by th.- choir, will be conducted, in the evon- Ing the cantata, "The Paaaover," win he sung. aja 1 CENTENNIAL M. E. The v;iik to BmmauaM will ie 1 1 1 -aubiecl of a aermon by Ri v J, J, strike .it the Centennial M. B church Bunday morning, in the evening the paator will preach on the eubJeaL "The .Mission of .lestis." W SWEDISH M. E. Rev. am i strum will apank on "The ffmpty Tomb" at tha Bwadlah M. B hurch Bunday morning at 10 0010011 The usual services will ho conducted .it 7 in the evening, the choirs ren deriiuj apeclal muaic al bath aervfjoan a TAMARACK M. E. w. Dun atone will preach at the Tam arach hf. B church Sunday mornlni ami Rev. CpNycOtt, the pastor, will have charge of the evening aarvica. aa BOSTON M. E. At th' Boaton M. E church Bunday afternoon at :i o'clock, Rev. Coll) iot( w ill pre. 1. h. There w ill he no evening sei rices LAURIUM BREVITIES. 4 ! ! The funeral "i the late miss Flor ence Martnaaa wiM he held Monday morning with aervlcea at the fhscred ii. n t 1 bun ii Mra Patar Mclntooh and child an isjiiny wiiii hienda in Marquette for a short lima wniiam Powera haa deiaarted for hia home in Marejuette after having epen anne lima In Calumet, reltevlns inwi- jneer Herllch i the Mineral Range road. 1 ail for Calumei Brewing Oa.a Bach Reer, a home bran produced by home lafcor and the baal beer on the m.u kel . Ailx erf is. m. nt . 11 Laurium Department Y. M.C. A. WORK PROSPEROUS IN U. P. SAYS WESTERMAN STEADY INCREASE IN MEMBER SHIP MORE MONEY 18 COMING IN. Qeorga D, Waaieragan, upper penin sula aef leiaiy of the v. u, . a. is spending a few das with his family In Laurium, having arrived here lawt ev ading from the s'. Diecuagthg ins recent visit to thiit city and his worl iii the upper panlnaula, the BAa Kewi says: 'lie of III.' busiest men 111 tile ll)p,T peninsula these days is OeaTge I . Westerman. sei ratarj of tie- upper peninsula division of the Nfi. nl.m V m. 1'. a., largeli tlufough aiataai efforii the onmniaationa in tin citlea ami countiea of Ctoveetand are growing and or oeperlng as they aavar have be- fi.te. Mr Wcstei mini said today that there is an unmiatakable Increaaina senti ment for the work that i.s being a com pi la bed by the organisation amont the young men of the peninsula. ghSe there has been no phenomenal growi during the last year, there hus been a Btend increase In m.-inl.ersliip am! more money lias neen aulascribed for carrying on tin work in proportion to the growth in membership. That .s, aa more mem beta air received, the in ternal among non member Btereaaea ami there is a grantor amount of mon ey agbacrlbed from outside aourcaa. Oltg of the eifies of the upfMH penin sula which has no Y. M. a. orgnnl zation is Bare nd ha . Mr. Waaterman declarea thai sentiment is cryatatfailna rapidly there for argannsaUon, ami it is not uMlhet) that a campMgg .1 building fund will be ntarted there within the year. R is tin 1 . -lit v of tha atate orgnntaatlon t(i aecure assurance ' 1 iiinus lor a butiitiiiK herore an or ganization is effected. The Boo is the only cjt) in the pan insula that has a Y. M. C. A. that does not ace up) its own building, While Secretary Westerman i - gradually worhing up aentlmenl in other upper peninsula Cttieo and towns, he declares that the work of proaaotlna the organ ization has made more pjrogreaa In Be Cannba that at any other IMtlttt, so far as the clt) type of ass... la t ion Is lott- carned. a large gntouni of county work is balm dona, Bacretary Westerman aaaerted that the v. m. c, a. oigaiilaiitlona in the mining diatrlcta ate Ml proapering. LATE MISS MORRISON. Funeral Services Will Be Held This Afternoon from Residence. 'I he luneral of the bite Miss Mar- Snrai .Morrison w hos.' death ncturred Thuradaj evening at h. 1 bogaa as Kearaarga atreat, was bald thia after n.i..n from tin- i.unip rgeldence-, Ben Dnnlei i. stalker . : the pirat Preaby lerian church ofBclntlng. Heart trou hie wits tile cause o 'n r demise The decedent was the daughter of Annus Morrison. Bha was bora in i Canada but spent tin- graaujar pari al her lit' - !a this city. Bealdaa her fath er, three sisters, Mlaa Tina .Mollis... ol Alheita Miss Dcrcaa .Morrison f Calunael ami Mrs Bona Kerr of Calgmel survive, as do two In. lints. Cad Well ami Murdoch, NOW IN MEXICO CITY. At least one man who formerly re sided in the copper coUntT) and who is well known in Laurium, is at pfM Mt in Mexico City and has been all through the war In (hat country, which has cnuaad embarraaaraant for so mnnj Americana ocoaaional let tare are eacalved here from Simeon J. Putter who is located in Mexico City. Communication is Irregular, howevei awing to the disturb. , conditions 111 the Mexican interior Since his visit to Laurium a little over a year ego Mr. ! tiller has been 111 Mexi. 0 lor a number of months He wen I t" that countrv almost direct from the coppei country, but was called back to the states a few months asd becauaa oi the illn. ss of his wife, returnim; Inter, LAURIUM VILLAGE COUNCIL. There is con aide ruble Ipterjael in tin apeclal statutory garetina of the Lau tium council Monda) .'MiiiK liecnuat of the fad thiit bod) will gci on ap plication! fop liquor licenses in addi tion to coneidertng the appointments of lMesi.ient Janeph 'ills. Abo.it twenty-flva appllcntiona fm- liejuor ii censes have been received as well as applications for vvaiclcuse ItoenBf As the vttbsga Is allowed only elghtef n saloons under the Vrniaat Cmmpiini act, It Is apparent thai some of the applicants will he disappointed. CARDS BOWLING DANCING. The Young .Mens ,'atbolic club ..I Laurium has made tin mgemenia for 1 card, howBng an. la tv kaaj party In the otab r Mims on he evening of Tuandny, April 21, The Laurium or- cheatra wlH render music ftr danclna Refreahmenta will be nerved hj tin YmttiK Ladea nantlllnr) and it at ea parted the gathering arm ba 1 very plenanm one. LAURIUM OWLS TO DANCE. The Laurium nest ..( OWll agji pom plated ai mngeaaenta I he dan. in party to be conducted in the tgsUrttttn bank hall Tuesday rvenlUg, the lb 1 event of Its kind in Ihe i.mk hall a ft Of the close of the Lent" i reason. Thl 'e has been a gejod aale ol tlehata an.; .1 iare attendnnre is looked far, anaa RT1 Bl IT, Real oppartunS) cornea agdy to the man with read.v num. -v Re prepat d for these lipaaillillillli 11 by snvlnv. a lit tle am h month in Thi ' 'oppcr Country Rllildlng A. I ... . 'i V ' ".II. I 'a I 1111. 1 Mich. Ad ai llaameni-1 1 EASTER SERVICES Al SAGREO HEART CHURCH SPLENDID PROGR A a IS PREPAR ED CROWDS AT GOOD FRI DAY SERVICE. Banner, the daj on which tin- resur rccilon ,.f Chrial la . -rmmrmnrali .i throui-'hoiit tie- Christian world ami Ihe end of th.- 'iiten sen son win be Bttlngl) marked at ihe Barred Me.,, church tomorrow, ai 0;Sl o'clock in ha aaorning ofcamn high naaaa in eaaginniioiatioa of 'Thi Beaurrection of t'brisi" will be celebrated ami tie last of the lai.ten aermona win be de livered. The service will be followed by the benedh 1 Ion. The altar lb. .rati. .lis .. i th" S.u r. d lb an church this yaar are tery beau tlful, in fact much mote so than an) decorations seen g tbc chttrch Of some jeni a Tiie mnph ai program be render ed in connection with the Kluh uu win include the Kr.e gnd Qhnrig from git. Joaetth'a mas.-. Credo, San t .. . Bandit'tita and Agneg Pw from Bt, Thereaa s mass i,v Lg Mac be ami the offertot y u iii be from Reglna ell, There will niao be a in nediction. There was in unusuallv large at tendance at th, three aervlcea held la the Sacred Maert church yeaterday, the flood Prtda) high mass, tin- gjftefJ noon servlie and vesper, n the even hagi aver) available seat being taken at ea. li sei vice and m.tiiv availing Ihemaelvea f atandlng room. RETURNS FROM DULUTH .1. Hansen of Ft mt and i'ewabi- streets has arrived home from I nil ill. where In- attended the fum ial ot i h. late Mra, William Motluire, aged 71 year, aaather of Mra Hansen, she died Monday, The funeral was held Thuraday, with Intermenf In Saxon, WMh her former bonne, .Mrs. McOuIre Wafl w.11 known in Calumei and Lui riuga, having resided with her daughter here for an extended period, SHORT EASTER VACATION. The pupils of the sat red He in achoola are enjoying a abort Baatei vacation. There were 11,, school s-- sions yesterday, owing t.. ihe fact thai that day was Good Prldaj ami there will be no achool sessions on Mondav. Rig, :hn aeaaiona will be reausied Tueadav. AMUSEMENTS. c ALU MET THEATER fcinecew, vianiigngj, uaian e LITTLE DRAMATIZED BY MARIAN DL FOREST 3Y ARRANGEMENT WITH JESSIE BONSTELLE MEG. JO, BETH, AND AMY STEP ALIVE OUT OF BOOK DIRECT FROM A SIX MONTHS' RUN AT THE PLAYHOUSE. NEW YORK. Parquet and firsi two rows Parquet Balance Parquet Balcony Balcony Circle Galiery Box Seats SEAT SALE AT ROY AT theater! 1 Next to Po if Ob a Jf,, ,gj E.C. Richarda. Mgr. -ALL THAT'S BEST IN PICTURES A STRANGE MELODY Lubm Two Part Drama THE RACE EOR A MINE Kaiem Drama. PATHE WEEKLY RtVIEW NUMBER 21. Events of National Interest. PINK GRANITE INDUSTRY Edison Descriptive BOY WANTED Ediaon Comedy. COMING SUNDAY APRIL 12TH THE PRICE OF A NECKLACE Edison two rerl drama MATIN E F Evening doors 6:4f. Bqm 7 o'clock. SPECIAL MUSIC-M' A Eddy, v.o lin; Mr. Beqando. cl.vmrt; Ida La Rochelle. piano. N. B. This program not hooked by the ao caliad Copper Country M ition 1 Picture League. CALUMET ONt PtRfORMANCE WLDNtSDAY EVENING, The BiG Drama THE PLAY THAT IS MAKING TELLS THE RACHAEL MARSHALL'S Startling Commerce ia Investigation All Over This Exposition of ten by a Woman for one Who Respects I Is the strongest, cleanest and most daring disclosure of mirbty truth ever projected 00 any stage. It is a Challenge, a Se. mon and a Prayer. IT EVADES NOTHING IT CONCEALS NOTHING IT DISTORTS NOTHING. BESS SANKEY and ORIGINAL CAST Cor.iplete Scenic Production EVERYWHERE PACKED AUDIENCES APFLAUD IT. Hundreds turned away at every performance in Chicajo, Milwaukee, Mm neapoli-j. St. Paul and Duluh. SPECIAL NOTICE THE TRAFFIC is not a piy for the younjj and im mature. Girls under the aye of 16 years will not be admitted unlets with parent or ouardian. PRICES. nag Ij Rah nny ClT" . . $1.30 1 1 lattery . . . 1.00 Bda Scabs . . .. 1.03 : rar-iiiet and lilst tWO Parquet 1 ire la . . . I lala . I "arquet 1 'ir Itulennv SEAT SALE AT FORSTER'S AMUSEMENTS. FRIDAY MAT INiL & N.GHT - v THE SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY WILLIAM A. ofiADV'S PRODUCTION OF LOUIbA M. ALCOTT'S IMMORT AL STORV PRICES : Circle .... FORSTER'S AT 3:C0 A. M.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15TH UNIVERSAL FEATURE TODAY Three K.ei ;.,,! fal lratna Captain Jenny U. S A. A brerf touching dram 1. thrills in even s. one. P E 0 Powera Drama. Royai Slave of Romance A boUttttfu! .'ratna ol . ties anil 1 oma in c. Pi L E S Joker t'ntned) Love and Politics Com.ng tomorrow w.th Matinae at 2.-10 teas three reel drama with Win Shav. W m. W 1- Ii ami 1. .ah BalrS, la The Price of Sacrifice THEATER APRIL 1 5th. With A DIG Thtme. THE WORLD THINK BECAUSE IT NAKED TRUTH. Cirls Thai is Now Under America Don't Miss It. White Slavery, writ Women and for Every or Loves Womanhood. AT 8:00 A. M. MON., APR. 12TH. J AMUSEMENTS. April 1 7 Ee Matne 1JI $1.00 1.00 .75 1.00 .75 75 .50 .0 .25 1 .50 1 .00 LYRIC awmaJ THEATER V NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT OFFICER JOHN DONAVAN Vitagraph two real feature THREE OTHERS. SUN AND MON. APRIL ll KATHLYN PART NO 4 THURS. APRIL '6, MAT. AND EVE. THE PERILS OF PAULINE Fust Thre Reels.