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I HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
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Sunday Sermons Teem With Christmas Spirit
with th nlr!t
'j)!:tnti:i f th
the m as"!i, :r.;ir.y in
Krt-ut ru.tivity, am! all having d'r-ct
L'-arin-.: t;jion the dawning of tri
Chri.'-tm.'i.s dav, vr r- th- f
. W have that at other times of the to capacity. Iir citations, class drills
iytar. The hjiirit of Christmas is too and sons hy a iCiorus (f younff wo-
m.tny .sided to ,f . xir ?snl by one men und by a quintet and octet made
wwtd, or een several. In the XI rst un the riroirrnr"
tur-s of th- joy of deliverance, revelation and ' Uev. tlv!f Hurst" !eliverel s 'hrit-
the yrxices in the .rinous churchvd
iMtation throu
e is rev aled
mas niht. Thf
nuant a lasting ieao hut it meant
f!r.-t. It is still true the sword
( of (JhTiSt a view of life must do Its
work upon the individual, in the com-
! inanity, the state and the church ere
peace can be established the 'peace
anion? men 01 tfood will.
Trinity Inxl)jtcr1an.
Uev. John Hums al (ho
lojic 'Child Leadership" and with
the aid of three little ones from the
congregation, whom he stood u;on
to himself. Christ piaiiorm he avt, rtn interesting
came to Lr;n' jie.n.e toward men in talk. He said that child leadership
thir relationship toward t hem.el es. was divided into two classes: God's
La'-i y man should b at pfaro with ; child, Jesu.s. kadint; man toward God,
hii is' If. j nd the children of men leading men
Then there is the relationship wo j to God. lie said that the arrival of
bear toward others. Man was at war j haMf-s in our homes infant the ilnal
with h:s fellows and Jesus came to ' resting upon tiod's bosom, because of
brin' p--.ice. He taught us to love the responsibilities that come upon a
our neighbor and to carry out the ol- mother or father.
den rule; AH things whatsoever ye j "Hallelujahs to Christ" wa:. his
would that men should do unto you, ; evening topic. He said that since the
do you even also unto them.' j birth of Christ, before his birth, and
, ; , ' ., 1 "l"Y""ft,l lo" ' at the time of the nativity,
ward God. ln has made man an . T4r..;.. ,i i, m.
, IMUIC'Vl cHl'i IJiVJ IU 111.11.
.ijieo inniiin jiiu, j i. came mill
.Siunl.iy morniiitr ami eenin-r. Ap
propj.ite musical servie s were also
rendered. the prcL'iams in some of the
charclos 1 .em' the r-s:It of several I w.ar
wevks' traini:: and practice.
At St. Paul's M. i:.
"Ieaeim sur for Harth" was the
title of Uev. James Iu'.e Gardiner's
fctrir.n at .t. Paul's Memorial church
on anay morning. "I would have
yo.i note the purposes of Christ's otn
mK," he said. "lie ..t:n- to brir:
peace on arth, ar.d p ace is alwas
a question of re!ationhii. We bear
three relationships. Kvery man l.ear.s
h (.on. mat God Is ; mas sermon on "The Threefold Mis-
upon that lirst Christ-, sions of the Christ." He pointed out
coming of Jesus i that the missions of Christ were so
cial, individual and ceremonial.
p-ettionshi
Christ
men in
:ht b 'at-one' with Cod. Thb
o:
at
the word
one-rnent
'atone
of men
much
men rn
is the meaning
mcnC It !.- the
with God."
At the evening1 service Itev. Mr.
Gardiner spoke upon the two texts,
"We t-aw His star in the easf, and
came to worship Him" and "Iri as-
a.s ye have, doner it to the lea.it
brethem, ye have done it unto
This last was forcibly and
striking illustrated by Henry Van
Dyke's charming story, "The Other
Wise Man." Next Sunday the theme
will be "Facing the New Year," which
will be illustrated by Tennyson's well
Known poem, "IlinL,' Out Wild Pells."
"Incarnation" was the subject of
Hey. F. K. Dougherty at the Grace M.
H. church Sunday morning;. "One
great significant fact in the universe
is the transformation of the language
Into life. The doctrine of incarnation
involves us to tiie extent of consider
ing the preexistence of Christ. There
are three supreme facts to consider
in the thought of the doctrine of in
carnation. They are that Incarnation
is God's answer to the universal lon.T
ing of the rare to see God; that tl.rtre
is a deep m-ed of incarnation. Man
is helpless without the nearness of
Christ, and his nearness is directly
due tf. the help of God; that the
ypirit of God -was glorified by incar
nation and became so much a part of
man's lift' that we have learned to
look upon the coming of Jesus as the
beginning of the glorification of that
divine spirit."
in the afternoon the Junior congre
gation was entertained by Miss Fdna
Downing, who told the story of Christ
mas. There were 4CU present at Sun
day school, and in the evening the
Sunday school gave the annual Christ
mas entertainment.
11rt Kaptist.
At the First Pa pi 1st church, Roy.
Charles A. Decker took the question
"How May I Know that Jesus Is the
Son of Go3?" for the topic, and gave
three reasons why He should be con
,ddered In that light. "According to
the scriptures," he said, "We are given
three reasons why we should think of
him as the son of God. The lirst is
because the Pible gives the opinion
of the people of that day, and they
llrmly believed that He was the son
of God, and was the distributor of
His Plesslngs. The second is because
the church for 11)00 years has not be
lieved otherwise. It has for that
length of time declared Him divine,
against the stiffest opposition
his subjects are more loy;l today than
they ever have been in the history of
the religion. The third is that it is
suggested to a nun he will investi
gate for himself. That he will be un
able to find a word that will disprove
the assertion Is not the weakest proof
that is to be had. A man always
thinks that he can depend upon his
own experience."
Christmas exercises will be held
at the First Paptist church Tuesday
afternoon and evening. In the after
noon the primary children will have
charge of the program and in the
evening the intermediate and senior
classes will otliciate.
IMrt Christian.
The Watchwords of Christmas"
-was the title of Key. G. V. Hemry's
address at the. First Christian church
Sunday morning. "Joy, Peace and
Good Will." he said, "the watchwords
of the first Christmas night are still
the watchwords of the L'th century
The 'Zeitgeist' of the Christmas sea
is clearly discernible in the words,
deeds and actions which busy people
at this time. This spirit grows not
so much by initiation as by infection,
generation, ami contagion.
' The true Christ mas spirit is not
the spirit of a meie annual festival.
I'lrsii i res.ty teriaii.
At the First Presbyterian church,
Rev. C. A. Pippincott Sunday spoke
upon the topic "The Prince of the
Five-Fold Title." saying- that in the
prophecy of Isaiah the .Saviour was
tailed wonderful, counselor, everlast
ing father, mighty God, and Princo
of Peace. The evening service was
marked by several selections by the
quartet assisted by the chorus of the
choir.
Mrs. C. M. Haeske was in charge
of the vesper services at the Y. V. C.
A. Sunday afternoon, taking for her
topic the effort being put forth by
modern woman to live upto the stan
dards set for her. Miss Zola Mont
gomery sang several songs appropri
ate to the season.
Special Christmas' services were
held by the Sunday school of the
First Church of the Prethren. Sun
day niht, when an appropriate pro
gram was rendered at the church to
an audience mat idled me uuuumg
at w)velij iiinGirrs church.
"Christmas ought to be the great
est day of the year, for it is the anni
versary of the birth of Jesus." deelar-
j d Key. A. G. Schafer. of Iowell
j Heights M. E. church, in his Sunday
Trinity morning- sermon.
"The -wise men worshipped him and
pave him pifts. Giving sifts are es
sential to right worship, not that the
Pord needs material aid, hut that we
must show the right spirit! the spirit
of sacrifice. It is not onouKh that we
huild jrreat temples. or even plain
building?, and consecrate them to the
Lord. People always build the best
they can. but they are as nothing to
the Lord unless the gift comes from
the heart."
Hey. Mr. Schafer also touched on
the subject of creeds, and form of
worship. "They bring them to the
Lord." he says, "and you hear them
plead, 'Lord here is our Christmas
gift, but they fail to hear the voice
answer, 'my son give me they heart.
The wise men W orshinped him and
-ave him ifts. We cannot expect
know the I.rd unless we open
hearts to let him in."
men sang
PROLONGING LIFE
IN BRIGHT'S DISEASE
It i hard fr physi. ian- who hnv bad
nothing but f.iilure in chronic I'.right's
IM-e.ise to believe thlt there Mich a
thine .is reivery nn l many honestly f-l
that pal e:its rep; rrii::; recoverW-s under
PUton's ilei-.al dinpouud are hut hnnpor
eraily U-iH-titte.l. Ix-t us refT t the
eaeef the dmght'T of th Lite N. W.
Spalding, feriaer l. S. Sub-Treasurer of
Sa:i I-.iiirl-o.
after her father "had ppent ten tfcou
sind dollars" in efforts to euro hor and '
the dropsy came mid t h end lM.ked neari
she was put on Fulton's Kenal 'onipound i
T ; the words of the physician, let)
us .iy that the was "teiniHruril y bene- i
titted." We must now stretch "trmpor- i
ary" t" twenty years, for it was twenty ;
years :ip, and she was living and attend- I
h!g to her household duties at lat ad
v !". in Jamil! ry. 191.".
If vou Lave Uri'ht's Idso-t.ce do you not
owe it t yourself and family to try Ful
ton's Iienal Compound before gii:i? up.
It can le had at Woods and Striehel,
l'uMir Uruc Store.
.k for pamphlet or write John J. Ful
ton Vv. San rPancisco.
George H, VVheelock and Company
A V1CTROLA Puts the Merriment into Christmas
No other gift will bring so much pleasure
to every member of the family
to
our
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Helen Keller Says .Men Ait Not INor
lUtauc They Drink Will
( to Alalnuna.
TEURi: HALTK, Intl., Dec. 22.
Helen Keller, who Kave her lecture
here, will go to Montgomery, Ala., to
eat Christmas dinner with her mother
and then will spend a week with Mr.
and Mrs. Macy in the Iloston honi.
all three, for Mrs. Macy was Miss Sul
livan, and for twentylive years has
Pe" teacher and companion of Miss
Keller.
.wy teacher is as great as Monte
sorri," said Miss Keller In a talk after
the lecture. MI have trreat admira
tion for Montesorri and her method.
She has won fame for that method,
hut strangely enough i' coincides with
my teacher's method."
Dow K. Gwinn, manager of the
water works and at tho head of the
committee which brought Miss Keller
here, said to her: "If we. had probl
tion we would not need socialism."
which was In reply to something Misn !
Keller said in her advocacy of social- j
ism.
"Prohibition would not bring wages
or better conditions." Miss Keller
replied. "Men are not poor because
And they drink; they drink because they
are poor. j
She was told that Terre Haute is the
homo of Debs, and she asked quickly: ;
"Is he here?" and her face was de
pressed when Gwinn replied that he
was In Montana. 1
EXPERIENCED INVESTORS
Know that SAFETY, INCOME and CONVERTIBILITY are the
three elements to be carefully considered in the selection of an
investment. A well chosen bond combines all these to a greater
degree than any other form of security.
We can supply your needs with bonds paying trom 4 to
67c
GEORGE T. THGRWARD
INVESTMENTS.
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Home Phone 8586. South B-nd, Ind.
$15 $25 $40
$50 $75 $100 $150
$200
every
We specialize exclusively in Victor-Victrolas and carry
model as illustrated above. There is one of these ideal instruments
at a price to suit every purchaser.
Step into our finely equipped department and hear the different
models we will gladly demonstrate them. We have complete
stocks and can deliver at any date you desire.
A Victrola in your home will be a source of constant joy at
Christmas time and all the time.
George H. Wheelock and Company
VICTROLA DEPARTMENT.
ula:
REAL ESTATE BUYERS
fin to the INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY to have your
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1 Abstracts made and Titles Guaranteed on short notice.
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POOR PLACb TO SLEEP
Tal Driver Injured WTien IVelIit
Train Comes Alonu.
GOniEX, Ind.. Dee. 22. Willard
Hittle. taxlcab ownor hero, drove his
machine within a foot of tht Bl Four
railroad tracK, put on the brakes. '
went into the cab anl slept while '
waiting for a Lake Shore passenger
train. A Hit? Four freight came along- i
unexpectedly, hit the taxi, demolished i
it and buried liittle in the debris. Ho j
is in a vosnen no.spuai and will recover.
wii.Ij visit i(tiii:ii.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 22. Attorney
CJen. MoUeynoldd left Washington to
night for Elkton, Ky., to npend Christ
mas at the home of his motirrr. He
will be away from Washington a week
or ten days.
Croup and Coegh Itemctly.
Croun i a terrible disey.se, it at
tacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke unless gien the pro
per remedy at once. There is nothing
better in "the world than Dr. King's
Ne.v Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain,
of M tnehester, Ohio, writes about his
children: "Sometimes N severe at
tacks we were afraid they would die,
but sirn- we proved what a certain
remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is,
we have no fear. Wo relv on it for
croup, coughs and colds." so can you.
oiV and $1.00. A bottle should he in
every home. At all druggists. Advt.
O. The Greatest l L. H. ORVIS fym t Pa A V PIPTTC
tfSSfc? Xmas Value funeral director nu UUH I Uh Id
St'if-1 I-iIy Assistant.
V-l? German Silver 10() ot Cnlfiv v
KT;f Mesh Dags. five Home 5-07 lieH "07 A KfK,:lk or 5"' make a
A'?Jrj inch frame," white 1 1Iom lUU U- line Xmas ;ift. We carry tho
atin lining, silver ZZZZZZZZZIZZ larsot line of Kmlaks. Cameras
'l''Y plated, $1.25. Re- ami Supplies in Northern Indiana.
Wl'jf tail price $2.50. 1 v l''' fi" awirtinrnt of Al-
Vl. (Guaranteed. Kvery 1'nticnt a Iioostcr for buin. and Calendar in stock.
CLAUER'S 3-FLOOK JEWELRY SWEM, The Chiropractor, ! SOUTH BEND CAMERA CO.
STORE. Rheumatism.
" 302-SOP, Dean liuildin- Ullh J- ,;iirK' v r- """"-
liRISBANE. Austral. a, Dec. 22. , Homo IMiono 25.). S. Mi lii-an St.
Cannibals in Neuemecklembur, an is- I f
land in the Bismarck archipelago. - j '
have massacred Dr. Deiniser and an- 1 !
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CONSTirATlOX POISONS YOU.
If you are constipated, your entire
system is poisoned by the waste mat
ter kept In the bod serious results
often follow. Use Dr. King's New
Life Pills and you will soon get rid
of constipation, headache and other
troubles. Recommended by all druj
srists. Adv.
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THIS COUPO
anvTitBr't'iijuui
Over 11 Years a mmx-kiiim.
By Expert Specialists in
Diseases of Men
There I absolutely no pntrhwork abont
Ihe r.'Kiiltn of the course of treatment
we Rive for eali of the disease w
make a specialty, for soon after begin
ning our treatment every Bymptom of
the diheine disappear and the trooble
never rHurn.
LOWEST CHARGES
Of Any Specialist.
T I TK EST Cl liKS
That Stay Cured
A CERTAIN CVllK
wh.it we will slv you if you- case
Is curuhle. If not, we will not accept
vur money and promise to do any
tlilntr for vou The hest references we
em tflve as to professional reliability
ire tlie many cured, satistied patients
we dismiss, which proves that our
tv..itm.Mit imi res when others fall to
e even beneht.
Itemeniber, our treatment I uirrerent
,,l ltir and HIM nil' "oii.mi
iinieNN you are willing, iflad and atU
tled to pay us.
$10.00 Examination Free.
sc Dr. niirlich's Famous Honiedy Tmprovca i gQ
For lUood loioii. www
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PATTERN OUTFIT
PRESENTHD BY
W1-
To hsdicite yta i i rejtlxr rtidtr you mast preeat Six Cecpost Lie tki Me.
nnilE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is jrjaran
Ji toed to bo the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
patterns ever olTored. The 1G0 patterns have a retail
value of 10 cents each, or more than S10.00 in all. Bring
SIX Coupons and GS cents to this omce and you will be
presented with One Complete- Outfit, including Book of
Instructions and one All Metal Hoop. The G3 cents is to
cover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
head expenses of getting the package from factory to you.
N. B.Out of Town Readers will add 7 cents extra for
postage and expense of mailing.
life.
l hoi
..f vour timk hy
the ini-
AIN, no
our mfV.uod
havk rritt:i so many mkn
trnr. in tkkatino with
NEED K K P.II IM-I-. i i.iir.ii.
FREE CONSULTATION AND ADVICE. ".SfE
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m f..Vy-.V,V VT.T liTt'T" ... iril WrtrAS ITIll II 111 II.1L .1 IIU li'll 'v ,
ii ........ 0...1 i., i.un nist r to vcu one tre.un.eiit
" t . i ... fii i" nrwl viin ;ro rnren Iir
U,vea 'IT' . :,.t w. V- v..n return homo shortly fter
mm k. rv 'mm v m- v i m i a i i i ii m m m mv m 7
the treatment, ns it only requires a few minute
of administration.
tiif.sk akf. thf diseasks of which wi.
tivv tv whom l'lirrn TO IJKCKIVF A
OTHKIt SPECIALISTS. NOT A DOLLAR
Varicocele
Ts a kno-ttv.. bunchy, twisted, worm
li!;e eondiU 'ii veius, t.iore oft-?n on
left siiie. haiijrir.ff lower.
Symptom Aching or l'aln In firoixi or
ILick, rvoune, AVrafcne, Loss of
Vitality. Lack of Ambition.
cure Vurivs Enlargement hy one
treatment in one visit, v.ithout a severe
sursrS-.il oir:itlou or suflforlnir. or
kfeoinir vou away from ?usinet-3.
Evening Slipper.
Satin Slippers in
all colors, to match
any gown, also the
Kidney Heel in black.
Weakness
Failing Hralth. rvoinn. Weakness
Toor Mrinory, Los of Energy, Drain on
the Ambition. Wornont Filing, Timid,
llradache, Ilokachr, i:xcrc, !elan
rholy, Vil Exrltei. Itr-t lr at Night
arc ROiiiv of the ayiuptom that destroy
manhotxl.
A iafe, rapid and permanent euro for
Wwtknesfi is found by men from tbs
anluvil extracts treotmeut we sire
tLern. All syuiptoinfl are soon gone.
Strength, rim. rtpor, vitality and x ro
bust feeling are quickly restored.
Hydrocele
Tftpplnp a hydrocele affonls but temp
orarv relief, and the swelling soot: re
turn", larger th.tn before. Injecting:
i-jrldic acid. Iodine and like prepara
tions ar violotis pr.n-thes that rarely
result ia permanent cure. iur method
is dirrot. pltive, palnle??. d.s ut
detain you from your ooeupith a or
lOTiie. and we clve you our word ind
absolutely gu.nrante that it
radlenl and pornianent cure.
afTfcU a
pins
Bladder and Kidney
Diseases
Ohtruction. Mr;ining, I'aln In Hack,
Knlarged Gland;. .Nroune, ?wfll
Inc. I r A d.
We ttn stop i.re symptom r!?ht away
ar.d they von't come b:-k. Iiwiiist- the
c.uiw of the!ii ' lorie away with by a
cure Uin affected. We don't u-
.trnp. p.-iinful. Injurious luJe-tion
that do pre.it barm. ur m-nhod cures
without p.iin. ives immediate lnttits
and a litiri cure.
Wi: Cl'KK safelv and thoro'ichly
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It is reasonable that the very best
every other sort of shoe store should be
the Best Christmas Store. It is.
$3 kind, (pfl QC
t? L S K.
Felt Slippers
Women's F-e 1 1 Fur
trimmed .slippers, in
black, brown. ;;rav,
reen or red, the uj
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Men's and boys'!
Hi-cut Shoes. S3.oo'
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Children's luibbj;
Boots,
pair .
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Men's Tan or
Black Slippers, spec-!
Sal
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Men's Tan or Black
leather Romeo Slip
pers, Q O
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Men's and
men's Bath Slip
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val-
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Boudoir Slirrers. in
all color,. "&tor
special . . . . s J j
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