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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
WITH THE REVIVAL PASTORS IN THE SOUTH BEND CHURCHES Monday i:vi:i.r;, ri:mu.itv u. SUCCESS CROWNS DPCCCMT DriMIAI JILdLllll ! i L w I V ii L Calls Are Responded to by Many at the Services Held Sunday. Home, Foundation of City, State and the Nation: W'f all an' lm-rcst( 1 in the con li'ion f the hom" said Ilev. J. A. !lhinson in a well klivcrd sermon S in.l.iy ev'nintr at the First Church .f th- Urethren on Indian.i av. and Miami st., tefor' ne of the largest Call for converts r rxt-nIol r nt:rcat ions ever seen in that In s--.l ft tli- ( iiiirch"" it th hurch. HOLDS UNBELIEF BECIIINCOFl Lincolns Life Was Patterned After Christ's JOHN BARLEYCORN l.rinrJnK of the second svek of t.v- ?iiiiM!tan-o!is revival Sunday "Some of u h are homeworkers, some of us are looking forward to a r.ipht and as a rile th.- respond l"jm''- ('" started the home; it is ., . v. .'-''' olIst institution in the world. were riif-t urntif vine. No accurate ... .. . . . . having its origin in the (Jarden of teures are oUainal,!.-, hut it i i"'-'j:den. Jesus Christ takes an inter- lievod that nearly .'' iopl- either; est in the home. v ienevM their vo-as of all-Kianr-- to "Thf ho,,,e is ot what it used to , , I'4." he continued. "The standard (.od or professed for too lir.t timr-. f the home in on. The ideals of i:.uuly 2 2 confes ,ior;.s wen made the home are gone. Today we can i:t the Hope Chap'd I're.shj terian hear the hoys c alling their fathers i hurch when Uev. II. I. Dunlop 'the old man and the daughters call aked that sinners come forward, their mothers 'the old woman.' The fU-v. J. A. Mrlntuirf. soeakinn of ideal of affection are one. The the Cirst Urethren church, secured children do not stay home, hut wan 1J onversiun Mui at the Sun- d-r around the streets, iay t-wnins .--" r ice was furnished j "The home is the foundation of i.y a choir of L'v Special music the church, city, state and the na features will he outlined through-j tion. Somebody's home is feeding out the week. jthe church, the Sunday school, the "Women's II adu far" ha l.e.n prayer reading, the theaters, the clio.fii hy Jtev. J. A. Uohin-on as dance halls, the saloon, the redlight the subject of his sermon on Mon- district. Home is the devil's hat tie day nK'ht and on Thursday he will ground." talk on the "(Jate to Hell in South- The preacher enumerated the I ;t rid."' j seven deadly perils of the home Xritvs lind l'rlday. I untrue parenthood, impure litera- It was announced lat evening l.ytlirp. clubs and lodges, card playing the pastor, K.v. A. Ciiristy Crown, -'d gambling. theaters, movies, that the -services at the Westminster dancing, unhappy marriages and di Prehyterian church would end next rcf-.. The live pillars of the home Sunday evening. Present attendance a' e pority of heart, unselfishness, an! enthusiasm indicate that many j ,oV4- government and religion. conversions will be ninl tlviring the' coming week. The church has I.t-if SIN, LIKE FIRE, KNOWS very inriunai in nawnx as an aui d'tion to the musical program ich. evening the services of Leslie Whit- j omb, a student at the M c orm ick l- Only Thing That Nothing But Faith and Blood of Christ Will Open the Gates of Heaven. "Revivals, foreign missions, the That Lincoln was a man who fol lowed closely in Christ's footsteps and was perhaps the Redeemer's closest imitator, was the belief ex pressed hy the Itev. Melvin C. Hunt, pastor of the Trinity M. K. church at the services laJt night. "Lincoln was a simple hearted whole world can go to hell for all l,v no doUbt'that he has successfully trodden the prepared road of glory and is now with (Jod," said Rev. Mr. care," thundered Rev. A. Christy Hrown of the Westminster PresUy- eerian church, last niuht, a-s he gave Hunt. vent to what he declared are the "Go has prepared salvation for us. sentiments of the unbeliever of to-tit is for us to accent. We must seek day. Taking the sixth verse of the (Jod's rlorv. for it is man's duty to NO VALUE SAYS PASTOR 'lhcologieul seminary in Chicago Two converts at the Mizpah I'van- j geiioal church vesterdav morning; are the only ones reported at the Mizpah. First Paptirst. Westminster, Conference Memorial, Trinity Pres bjterian and Quincy Street Paptist hurches. Three of the above hurches are- holding meetings un der the direction of their pastors. Sexeral of the pastors took sin and unbelief as the.r subjects last evening, dwelling upon the awful ness of sin and comparing it to nn b.lief. Rev. Charles K. Watkins. evangelist at the church, corner Wayne and Main sts.. pointed nut the fact that many Keeps Tills World lYom Ileinjj a I loa von. "The reason that our people back slide is that they never slide for ward." declared Rev. Daniel A. i Kaley, pastor of the Mizpah Evan gelical church, last night in his ser mon on "Sin." He gave the term inology of the word sin, coming from the Creek, it being an archer's term, meaning to miss the mark. Continuing, he compared fire with sin. saving that it was like a flame First Paptist j that Ä1.,,WM bigger and stronger. It knows no value, destroys the hovel us well as the mansion. It is also people know a hont Cod hut do not ' , Ur lf u ut flri caM v m;t (ut flS really know Him Hi Join Church. Sixteen converts, the 1. igest num ber received at one service by any hurch participating in this year's revival, were made hy Rev. R. I. 'hampion. who is conducting the can sin. He asserted that It is not the ldg sins that lead to destruction hut the slow tines like a microscopic -;erm that eats away the root. "It is not the big sins hut the small ones." he said, "that lead to dam nation. What the devil loses in .... ..i. .. i .... ..ii ii..; , m I- . .nup.tmi! ! weight, he makes up in numbers ( nuri'ii, unua. -o se rvices win i The devil ; - tieni loiiini. im. i'fiii iiie om j i( . . . . . i . i . evening oi the weeK on willen ixure, holi,. ,,everap. attractive? .-ill . a 1 . 1 . . . V i w i o- no iiitt'uiiK. ive. iuiih- j not SP irkp . : .. . 1 1 I TM, .. if t I io u .ll reiir 1111 i i . e n him.iii 'jaliont Today at a special meeting Tor women only Tuesday afternoon at ii ..v...,...- i ne coin was smooth when he intoxicants. Is not an alco- Does it The same may he said sin. "The only thing that keeps this old world from hemg a heaven." He j Rev. Kalev declared, "is sin." ; 1 .. .. 1 ... 1 """" a in.iut .ii l" , said that peple should fortify them- First M. F.. hu.ch last night andM.lMls ;iKajnst sin iiml nnt h(, ;l four were made at the Trinity M. ' i slave or servant, no matter how at ' !l irrU. j .u tive it miht he. "Sin." he con- Rev. L. C. F.Il.ott. an evangelist. : tlnu,.., ..,ias lts raftass spread all opened the revival at Cpvvorth M. j ,,w.r t,0 world." F. church last night. It is piob- j Th(i cnnvt.rts respondel to a call able that he will conduct services ,,v tho p.stor Sundav morning, there alter the other churches hav e j ver srrvi(. marked the evening b.sed the revival. He will be as- M.rvir0s. together with special mu iMed by S. I. McAlpin. a singer. si(, hy nartet ,uul sevoraI vocal Stivnes during the week at Stull ivts. Thp nu.(.tln? this evening will Mvmorial M. F. eiiun n again Were begin at 7-:;o sharp an- elb-d by tile pastor. Rev. Ar- tiiur V. 1 ahb. lie jrea hed a sei-; mon l.i r-t night on "Twivt Two. Fli es." The sei n es h ie been ( an- idled, owing to illnes among the i or.g: e-ai ion. FEARFUL THING TO MEET LIVING GOD COULD HARDLY STAWD Tcnl-to Conrion Follow a Mrong Sci-inoii hy Rc. II. P. Dunlop. t-ixth chapter of the Gospel of Mark: "And He marveled because of their unbelief," as his text, Ktv. I'.rown denounced unbelief in vigorous terms. "Ixiok at the nature of unhelief. It is the beginning of every sin. If you have unhelief in your heart you are on the road to perdition. Eve's sin began in. unhelief. Doubting men slew Christ . Why do men not come and how before the foot of the cross? Recause of their unbelief. This is what makes it impossible for a man to do anything pleasing to God. Without faith it is impossi ble to do good in God's sight. Good deeds can only come from the faith ful heart. Unbelief is the lly in the ointment, the poison in the cup. Nothing but faith and the blood of Christ will open the gates of heav en. Is Icn of Sin. "Fi.belief is the essence of sin itself for has Jesus not said, 'He that believeth not is condemned al ready?' Take all the vilest sins you can imagine, blasphemies, profani ties, gambling, drunkenness, lust, the essence of them all is unhelief. Peter sank in the sea because of it. The Hebrews, God's chosen people, led from bondage, freed from their enemies, fed, given drink and cloth ed by God. gave way to unbelief at the door of the Promised Land. "God does not violate the human will. He shows man the way to sal vation but leaves it to him to choose. Rut men please not to follow God. They say I don't believe In revival meetings. Ry that they show they don't believe in Pentecost, in the his tory of the church of Christ. They believe in revivals, in everything ex cept religion. Another class ot un believers say 'I do not believe in foreign missions.' These do not be lieve in Christ when He said, 'Go, teach all nations.' Do they not known that hut for foreign missions we would not have the light of faith? This spirit of 'let the world go to hell for all of me is the infernal unbelief from which Christ came down to save men. Say There is No God. "Still another class of unbelievers say 'There is no God.' How can a beins with an intellect believe tiiat'.' Would you ride on a train without an engineer? Do you never ask where is the thinker of which ev erything I see, is the thought? These atheists brow-beut the evidence of nature. It is stranee that men will follow such in the track of a rep tile through the mud to perdition, rather than follow in the footprints of Christ on the road to glory. Oth ers admit that there is a God but deny the scriptures tell a wonderful story' of comfort to the human heart. If there was proof the scriptures were false, even then we would like to believe in them, or would you like to think your mother died like a dog that you are only a higher form of an imal?" A very large congregation at tended. An excellent choir render ed several selections. I-slie Whit comb of the MoCormick Theological seminary sang a solo. The sermon i for this evening will be on "The Rest Flag in the World." and a pat riotic service will be held. A prayer .service will take place at '2 loU this atternoon. glorify the Master. Great nations of history that failed to glorify God are now in the eternal scrap and rub bage heap. Man connot continue to seek His own glory and escape per dition. "Vou may pass up the opportun ity of getting right with God, thinking that you will have many other chances, but beware. You may be ready when God is not. and the consequences you know not. Now is the proper time and here the proper place to reconcile j'ourself to God." In response to a call for converts to the Christian faith four converts went forward and were received Into the church by the pastor. Previous to the sermon Dorr A. Sillaway, assisted by Mrs. Melvir; C. Hunt, rendered a specially arranged musical program. Mr. Sillaway has written a hymn for the special meet ing of the Sunday school and Young Felks' alliance Friday night. SAYS SCIENCE TEACHES THAT HELL IS REALITY Rev. II. I.. Da Is Declares That Churches Are Agreed on Fu ture PunNhmcnt. All "Hell. Shall We Relieve In It or Not," was the subject of the ser mon by Rev. Henry L. Davis at the First Methodist Episcopal church last evening. The text was based on the "Sermon On the Mount." The preacher showed how some men do not believe in future punishment and then pointed out the fallacy in this belief. "Men reject the doctrine of dam nation because they think tho preachers use it to scare people to God and others say that they can not believe in hell and a good God at the same time," Rev. Davis said. He pointed out how these men were wrong and showed how the scholars of different ages often erred and cited the case of the great flood at the time of Noah as an examde, explaining that scholars had scoffed at the idea that there would be a Hood. Rev. Davis showed the things which proves there is a hell. "Sci ence teaches it with its theory that every cause must have its efiect. The seriptui us teach it; for God said: 'Whatsoever man sows, so shall he reap.' All the churches. Catholic and Protestant, agree as far as future punishment is con cerned. Our conscience also tells us that there is a hell. If there is The scripture. i a God in heaven He could not oper ate this universe without future punishment. Justice demands it." THOSE WHO GLORY IN SIN FAR FROM GOD Rev. G. I'. I'ntcrline of Cjuiiify SI. Baptist Announces Ser mon for Week. Restored to Health by Lydia' E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. - - , m ' -v " ä i v - .ibn. N. V. "Why u i!i uomei oat their money ir ti atim nt and reo ive no benefit, when so many hJLve prov ed that Lydia F. Pinkh.tm's Vege table Compound Mill make them ell ? For mir a year I suffered so from female weakness I ou;d h.ii'dly t.ind and w;is afraid to go on the street .-.'.one. Doctor stid medicine.- were M le.-s and oniy an opt ration would lp ire, ha; Lydia F. Plr.khani evt ti? ! le t.uup-ülld his proved it otherw.se. l am r.ow perfectly well .in 1 can do any kind of work." Mr. Nellit- Phil-. ,aie of K. A. ::i1.-r. R. F. D. No. ... Fulton. N. Y. We wi-h every woman who suffers from female tro :ble. nervousness. a.' knche or th" hlu-s could see the i t!ri written by whumi made well y Lydia K. lVikhim's Vegetable 'on pound. If yo i have bad s:npt. ::: and d' rot understand the e.ms.., write to the Lvdia F. Pinkhan. SI-da ;ne Co.. Lviiii. Mass, foi helptul ..dvice uiv ca fre. Adv. "Are vo-a dabbling in some sin?" thundered Rev. H. P. Dunlop in hi sermon on the text chosen from Amos the prophet: "Prepare to Meet Thy God." delivered Sunday night "before a splendid gathering at the Hope Presbyterian chapel. In answer to the call that was extend ed for the first time during the leviv al. - - confessions were made. In nneninir his sermon the j preacher dwelt on conditions of the j world during the time of the I prophet when there was degeneracy and decadence and sin w:is ramp ant. "God then hose the poor , shepherd to thunder through the I streets. 'Prepare to meet thy God.' " j "It is a fearful thing to meet the :liing God." he declared and then . Mit on to s-hovv how sinners are warned of their eil ways. Hy ac ! cidents and by death and misfor tune he strove to bring before the people the methods used by the Al mighty to make His erring subjects icalize their fins. "Christ can prepare you." he held out in promise to the congregation. Repent, believe and obey Christ." FOUR TYPES OF FOOLS CONDEMNED BY PASTOR IhunJi McmlH-r Who I- Lukewarm I Placed on This Lisi. WATCH OUT FOR PING AMorlntf il Pres. service. riULADI'I I'HIA. Feb. 11. If "PinK" Hoilf.- Joins the Philadelphia Americans he may surprise a lot of the follow f rs of the American league. Roc! es has learned a lot of ba-eball on the Pacific coast in the two years since he left the Chlcapro Americans, according to word fron Otto He.-s. the veteran pitcher, who i on the coist. He is not as heavy as he was when in the majors be fore, and Hess looks for him to be iome a !;xture in Connie Mack's cut lie Id. Two confessions due to an earnest appeal on the part of Rev. W. A. Rrundige were made last evening at the Indiana Avenue Christian church. A record congregation heard the discourse given by the evange list on the "Four Fools." Music was furnished by the regular choir and an orchestra. "There are four classes of fools." said the speaker, "distinguishable in the eyes of God. They are first the rich man: second, the church mem ber; third, the moral man. and, fourth, the intidel. "The rich man is a fool when he thinks only of his worldly things and 1111s his mind with worldy things while Iiis jsoul starves. "The church member fool is a man who Claims he is a church member or in other words is a luke warm member. "The noral man is always point ing: out that he .is as good as other men but in the end he is far from being perfect. "The Infidel is a fool because he believes there is no Cod and no man can expect to be saved that believes this wav "There are men who love sin; they would sell their souls for drink, for greed, for passion, for anything but God. They not only revel in shame but they glory in their sin. They brag and boast of the infamous conquests they have made. These men are far from God. If there is anteroom to hell they are in it." In this way Rev. C. L Enterline, pastor of the Quiney Street Paptist church, last night explained his text taken from Mark 12:34. "Jesus said unto him. 'Thou art far from the Ki'ijdom.' "Rut there are others not as open ly .unful anl yet who are far from God. They are found sometimes in the cloak of respectability. Their sins are respectable; that is they pass public-ally 1" communities which are respectable." Among the others that are far from God. Uev. Fnterline places those who trust in any but the divinely ap pointed religion. and those who place their chances of salvation on their membership in lodges. The topics for this week's ser mons Rev. Fnterline announced as Monday. "The Neglected Duty." Tuesday, "Reasoning With the Lord"; Wednesday, "A Standing Question": Thursday "Playing Pool" "Love's Growing Deed." IS NOT YET DEAD Evangelist Declares Christian Must Guard Against Depre dations for Few Years. WANT CITY BEAUTIFUL Rirniinslianr, Ala., to Sec That Va cant Ixt Are Cared Tor. "John Barleycorn is not foing to die an easy death," said Rev. Jesse P. Rogue in his sermon on "Con quering Religion" at the River Park M. K. church yesterday. "He is not dead yet The peorle mu?t keep awake and be eternally vigilant against his depredations even after he has been outlawed. Recause of this, there will be a greater task facing the Christian for the next two or three years than there has been for many previous years." Special music was given at the services. A duet was sung by the Misses Leah and Loah Steele and the male octet sang "Drifting." Meetings will be held this after noon at the homes of Mrs. McGill, Clifford ct.. and Mrs. William Schock, S. Sixth st. "It is the avowed purpose and de termination of Jesus Christ that His truth shall be preached everywhere and that it shall conquer all peo ples." Rev. Rogue said. "There is a desire for conquest in the heart of every strong man or woman and to this desire Christ makes his appeal. The story of the conquest of the world by the Christians is a tale ex ceeding all others for its demon stration of power, romance and au dacity. The conquest of China by Rushford. of India by Thoburn, of Africa by Smith and Taylor, is more interesting than any military campaign ever set on foot. "We must read the New Testa ment in the light of the spirit of conquest, for this great document was, for the most part, struck off in the white heat of the conflict be tween Heathenism and Christianity. The very life of the Christian church Pilate and Christ Held One of Highest Contrasts in History At the opening of the second week's work t-t the First Brethren church 12 conversions were made by Rev. J. A. Mclntuiff, special speaker of Johnstown, Pa. This brings the total up to 15, three hav ing professed during the week. "Pilate and Christ" was the sub ject of the sermon, in which a con trast was shown and an application was made to present day life. The speaker forcefully described the scene in the court where Christ was condemned by the unjust judge and said that each one of us is com pelled to pass, on Christ as to wheth er He was an impostor or a truth ful man. "We measure matters by con trasts," the speaker exclaimed. 'Pi lote and Chris represent one of the highest contrasts in human history. Pilate was the embodiment of Satan, one of the worst men possible for sin to produce. Christ represents God's highest ideal of righteousness. Pilate was the judge in the court, while Christ was n. "prisoner on trial for his life. The man that comes in touch with sin and lives it in hia dally life proclaims to God and man that he denounces Christ, and with Pilate condemns Ulm as impostor. "No one of you would stand up and reject Christ openly, but you would reject Him with your sins. I tell you that sin begins not in re jecting some doctrines, nor in a cold formality but begins when you re ject Christ, knowing that He is the Savior. Sin established our asylums, our homes for the feeble minded, built our penitentiaries, erected nur gallows and damned souls for all eternity." Rev. Mclnturff scored severly the modern practice of reading nothing on Sunday but papers and asserted that a study of the life of Jesus would reveal pictures more beauti ful than any in the picture sections. Churches which try to attract the people by modern amusements in place of preaching the word of God were denounced by the pastor. "People are always ready to pull a man down." he asserted, "but do you notice how unwilling they are to help him up. Pilate asked the mob outside his windows what to do with Christ. That is what too many of us do today. We allow someone else to do our thinking in regard to re ligion. Hoy many of your are sup mltting your wills to some other person as to whether you should ac cept God? You even question your own position tonight in sticking out for the devil, when in your heart you know that sin is wrong." depends upon the propagation of the conquering religion of Christ, for as soon as we have become 'at ease in Zion' we begin to die. "The incentive of the Christian program lies in its application to life. If we would attract strong, vigorous men to the church, we must have a practical task that is bi enough to match their strength. In the spirit of conquest the virtues of the church have been preserved, for if we try to win other to Jesus Christ we must have those virtues, ourselves which we are trying to . persuade others to cultivate." I LOWLIEST WORTH MORE THAN ALL THE WEALTH Use NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Roll Ye tho Stone Away" U Suh jcet of Sermon hy Rev. C. O. Shtrey. Using as his toxt John 11:.?, "Holl ye the stone away," Rev. C. (. Shlrey of Fort Wayne, evangelist at the Trinity Presbyterian church, de livered a sermon last evening in which he pointed out several rea sons why Christ rolled the stone away at Iazarus grave. Th" speak er especially emphasized the fact that the lowliest person in the world is worth more than all the wrilt of the earth. He is.iid in part: "I-azarus was dead and Jui.e.j Jesus tame with the friend- a:. : wept at his prave. Some t; 'Could not this man. who h-i d.r, o many miracles, ha caus.-d th. this man had not died?' Yes. 1 ; had rather b the de.id Ii-'r;-brought t life than the fea l Jev. .- who thought they were alive. .i : I would rather be a sinner m( by grace than an ancel 1 o i;ov. i had the marvelous o, trier. : salvation. Why roll the stone aaj ' "First Recause of the one ii i,b The sisters were wonderfully ir.te; -ested in that one behind tue sb r. And Jesus was very much interet in him. Jesus loved him. and Je:. loves every human being and woub: have everyone know the joy of . now life. He says that the smaller one is worth mere than all th- wealth in the world. Pib- up all th sold of Cripple Creek, all the dii monds of the Kimerly mines, all th. pearls and precious stones in all tb crowns of the world pile them a:: together and the lowliest i worth more than the whole pile. "Second Because that stone was between Iazaius und Jesus. And many Christians are stones in others way, hindering them from knowing the new life. Roll the offene out of your life so as rot to lander others. "Third Because it would make ir possible for Jesus to save Iizarus We are the l-ody of Jesu- hand and fe t and eyes. He cannot act except as He nets throuqh us. "Fourth So that Iazarus mUht enter the new life to which Jesu was calling him. It is a life so glai that thxse who have entered it Mn-. 'O Happy Diy That Fixed My Choice on Thee My Saviour ami .My Gol.' It is the lif1 whose peace Is deep ocean, high as the heaven." The preatest of nil linguistic soti- iusrs was undoubtedly Giuseppe Mezzofanti, who died In 14:. Not only could the wonderfrl Italian read r.o or different lancuaev. besides many dialects, but he eould also speak and write them with as tonishing fluency. It was contended that Mezzofanti could converse with natives of practically every quarter of the lobe. V Cohjm 70QB 25 cola BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Feb. 11. This city is again going in for the city beautiful contest. An announce ment has been made from the city Tonight the sermon will be on hail that if anyone wants to plant "The Lever That Moves the World." . . .... , .vaues lor maie xarm worrvers av erage a month in the north Atlantic states; f 13.01 in the south Atlantic; $:M.7$ in the north centra east states: M 7.. IS in the north cen tral west. 5K..16 in the south cen tral, and JC3.Ö0 in the far west. something on a vacant lot ana nas no lot. the city will "digg one up". In other words, the municipal au thorities are keeping books and seeing that no one man has so much property that he cannot beautify it. for. if it is found that he has, the city will get someone else to beau tify it. The New Panel-Front irf Peplnm Blouse is shown in this simple frock of beice Uvill seree. with collar of white Georgette cr!pe, arid silver buttons to trim. You will find only the most up-to-dat styles in Pictorial Review Patterns for March cd He Spring FiiLina Book You can cet the Spring Fash ion Book and the Pictorial Re view Magazine for March two great magazines for 25c at our pattern department. Notions Ielim hook and eye 7c card Cabinet hair pins 2 for 5e Cabinet hair pins, assorted .. .Th 1k. 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ÄST Reduction Sale of All Winter Merchandise continues all week; threat money saving possibilities now vours. The Season's Greatest Purchase of Dress Fabrics Silk and Wool Such values will not be offered ao-ain this season r5 The Home Dressmaker will be interested at the savings made in purchasing these dress materials now. v. r T- , t, -J cv Trimmings Fashion has directed great atten tion to beads in trimming, not only for dresses but every outer garment is embellished with these treads In variated colors. The Paisley is spec ially noted for popularity. Here are all assortments. Priced at 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c bu'Vli. Finest Wool Panamas Selling at $1.19 yard. In black, navy, Copen, brown and tan. A remark able bargain; 54 in. wide; usually sold at S1.75 yd. 50 in. Pure Wool Epingle Selling at $1.25 yard Well worth S2.00 vard. Colors navv, brown, red and bronze. 9 - 42 in. Shepherd Check Suitings at $1.00 yard Also very popular for tailored skirts small black and white checks. Dress Fabrics at 59c yard For women's and children's dresses. Fancy stripes, checks and plain colors 40 to 44 in. wide. The New Skirt and Dress Silks Which disclose some of the most advantageous pricings that have appeared in sev eral months. The 1917 Fancy Silks in 36 in. Roman stripes of purple, sac blue, navy in 36 in. Broad satin stripes of green, navy, gold and black each at $2.00 yard. Pongee Silks in plain or figured patterns are in great demand for blouses and sport skirts these 28 in. wide, at unusual pricings, $1.39 yard. White Habutai Silks 27 inches wide at 75c 36 inch at $1.50. Remarkable Assortments of Silks All are most unusual values under present conditions. Washable Silks in fancv stripes, for women's blouses and men's shirts; 36 inches wide, at $1.25, $1.50 yard Crepe de Chines exceptional in quality; silk and satin stripe; 3 2 inches wide at $1.69 36 inches at $1.95. All fast colors, beautiful shades for spring blouses. Lingerie Silks in white and flesh Crepe de Chene .36 inches -ide at $1.25 40 in. wide at $1.50. ' The New Spring Wash Materials New Wash Waistings of Madras in fancy silk and mercerized stripes; fast clors 3 2 in. Cotton 35c yard Silk 59c yard. Cotton Voiles at 50c yard A dainty material in pink, green, blue and crev, exceptionally line quality for blouses. Tissue Ginghams fancy stripes, checks, dots; 27 in. 15c, 25c 32 in. French Ginghams a wash well material, 25c, 35c yard. 32 in. Kindergarten Clotri for school children's dresses, 25c 40 in. Fine French Batiste extra quality, from 25c to 65c 36 inch Fine Nainsook 12 vard bolt. . . 16c yd. $1.80 bolt 12 "vard bolt. . .22c yd. $2.15 bolt 1 2 Vard bolt . . .24c yd $2.60 bolt 12 vard bolt. . .27c yd. $3.00 bolt 36 inch Longcloth 12 yard bolt. . .20c yd. $2.15 bolt 1 2 yard bolt. . .22c yd $2.40 bolt 12 yard bolt. . .27c yd. $3.00 bolt New Waisting Silks Fashion-favored for spring. New shades in most bewitcbini; tones. AO in. Sheer Georgette Crepes at $1.85 yd. The new "Paisley" Silk Waistin?s at $1.19 yard. "Whip O' Will" A new two-tuned Silk, at $1.25 yard. Attention: We are pleased t" announce the arrival of a complete assortment f all the nw Spring Laces, including the much desired Filet. Venice and Val. laces in all width-. Petticoat Flcuncings unusual attractive de signs, 14 in. wide; cambric and nains.vk at 25c and 35c yard.