Newspaper Page Text
ill iw;.l .u il.ll.MMM, . I'll! L -O. 1518.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES METHODIST. Mnl-N. Main t. K-t. Henry I It: jutor. CiiM rr;e-t!nr at 9 '.'lO -w. Sui.iiay hd.o'i at 'J-H a. a..; IUidt V. Al.ernethy, auferiiitT. J-nt 1'ubiu worship at l'i: u. rn. and 7 -o l. in. At t?e niorninc lieiir Jr. luui nid I k. n " Vniiltinr tln SijrT-ri:i' f lirlt." Kporth l-i;-.e ;t j. in : s.tbWt, "Sdn.; Mirvt-i vr-. .n i:t I1 : Sc L'a." At 7: p ra tt:- i . m I r i t l!l rwfT3p01j Mrs. l.'.!7..i 1. t it M.nili y -f Liberty. M. Paul' Memorisl "Vlfix l n 1 L-i-rTf :if. Kor J.jwrs I. 4 Ja r I i;-r. I 1. p.i-f'-r. ijri'.i I 1 it .i. Iii M'-rtiin; r-hiis .i! I't.l". ..'! it w Li. h tin..- Ir i.ir-iiiiT "iii "" Th TTiipt t ..f ))ii-t" I : j . . r t ' i N-nCT' at ". p. in.: rldr- y Mr. II--. pres.l-nt .f t!i- i;pw..rt!i Umi:" f I"ji:!;i. nt. f I v-u 1 ii t1'- at 7 I', n;. Stiiiti !iv It. trI:ti t "ti 'f"". t 0,iitii!i M.irfr." At l' ;' f itn' i rriK'ii p.irt-4 t h r- and f-ur .-f tin' iiititi pii-t'ir-. ""'I s i :r I .f tin- ';." "Hl be ir-.e,ifel. Thi nla. five ;i tNrillinr pi-tun of tli- p.-r- 'Jt i"n .f the 4 Miri-flan" mnl-r ; 1 1 1 p-f r Nr K.T W. Knurr. Mmr, "ill "it,.; appr. priafe -i ti"ii' .it l"-th tt:- in iiii:i' uO'I -v-niii in rvlio. Grnrt Corner Mbliijrm and Tutt "ti. He. Rich i rrj II. 'rnlT. pnstur. 4'iaM nie-Jn,r at 1 o'Im-1. m,..h. Sunday I I it :" a. in : IT"!". I. A. r.-r. H'U''rin?ni-:if . M'rni! .-rvi'- :tf 1':IV I :itir-sri.- w, !. t ; n I r !; "i-:nl.Tliip -f Ir. I". i. ' 1 1 v . who Iii- pri.viil'il n f.ne pro;r-;ini Th- v on J n ir srvli at T "ji o' lo. I. I hr bildn-u of th .iiir h :inl Sunilav m ImoI will rrinirr a full himI irnplrt pror;iiii of ns irol ri t.ition. Iii i:iv lr. I ifTflr f-r of Nw York rltv wI! p-;ik ;it tili -rv-i-r A i n in !)' hi will ! .-rvil to th' Sun !. i.v m ho.il t.onril :iii'l frion-N of th nnia'y s-h'ol Moiihiy fvinin nt :. lficht Miner ami Trunks tn Uf. iiir II. r.hi-k, p.tor. Sunday Loci at 'J:r, a. in.; II. C. I'tlons. kupr!ntni1nt. Morninz worship wlt'i i-rnvn ly t.i pastor iif II o . im k. i:pworth lrairiM- :it .:., . tu : I. I lvnn. pr-i!tir. i:v. Malp'i II I ifT.-n.lorf!-!- of New York it v. -Ii 1 1 v Hcrrrl.i n .f t!i- i!it-n.iry otn n.ii"ii of tli' Im. aril "f lt.wii- mi-io!i. will fre-:i-h rit tin -v-iiln rvi at 7:4.". Mi.iv.-ek ervi. e Y-ti ;u-nlay a t 7 : ". Mu- will ! fur:ii-h.l 1 y a 1 'i .i:.Ttet fr tho Suri'hiy lerv'ie. Trinity Illaln' an-1 Vassal av- Hv. Melyln i Hunt, pastor. IUI!. s N.M it 9:20 m.; i:uio!pl Klinf, a'tins üjpei lntcD'lent. rpyrth Memorial rnrnpr Lincoln vrtty TV. an.l Olive st. Kev. . L. Hull !n. tmt"r. Sundiy n'-Tiool at 'J :'M a m.; (lien I'Iqik'T, superintemlent. Mall 3leirorl Mi Ligan anil Victoria tt. Hev. A. V. HhM)". pastor. Sunday -hool t 10:() a. in ; A. h atterbenry. stjpr;ntenlent. At th- inorninr lioiir a li -tinsuiohe.l speaker U. I). I IffetiMorfer. v ill - i-upy t ti- pulpit, following th Sun luv i-hool . smion Join a ias. I!ks1 for your ommunity. IJve-wire Kpwortli leuu servi' ' at ':rj p. in. Pre o liln ly th pastor at 7:.'" p. in. Sulje-t: "The Salt UI1b of lo.l." i:'niMii!ier the reit liifprileuouiination ininUtei' 'jn. II w hl Ii onveiu- Monday for ;i thr--il.iy' -sioTi at Mie l'lrt M. Ii. ilnirrli. at wlii.!i p'akr of wi.rhl w .lf proiuinen'-e will appear. !' not rnN tlire nichf of r i h, uctive. In strii'tlve aii'l proflt.il!' e:itrtainu;ent. ltivcr Prk S. Seventh Kt. Kev. J. A. Lord, pastor; resilience -JT.1S Ml'hawaka nr. Sunday school at &:G0 a. ru : F. C. Wo'fc. su pr!iitendent. .Morninc worship Aitii M-rmon ly th pantor at Hi: I.V Sul'je. t: "IViti rilled with the Fruit of Klhteourieis." .Iiniioi- le.i-ii- ;it -:." p. ni Mothers are ri'i'Htfd F .eml or hrinr their chihlreii t thN me-tin. lipworth league devo tional at .:.; p in.: Mis i'U-ii Ander son, president. livenins ervi-. nt 7 :.". .' lo k. The pastor w ill piejo h. taking fr h suN.iect. fh Huiüi'.iati'Mi of r. i.M !iu ' Special nmic ly the choir lll !. renifrl nt l.oth -rvii e. I'.p worth leatrue aldiiet me-tiinr Moinlay evnlnr. Pnner meeting Wrdiiesd.iv v.niiii: at 7:4... Choir practoe j rulay even in; at o'cj. .-k Hortk. llrotor; Mi I "J sie Kops, or'aai-t. r.rmii T.af.iyett ilvl. and Warne t. Kev. H. s. Miller, pastor. Sunday .vol at Oi.'VO a in.: John Koch, super InrnJent. Preaching at 10:;,0 a. m and 7:C0 p. m. F.'pworth le:iu at "'O4' p. m Praer naeotluj Wednesday at 7:13 p. in. WeoU.yan 7-2 F. Droidway. Her. V. O Snltler. tator. Sunday school it 0:.Ti) a m. : I . M Porter, superintendent. Sermon at IOTA) a. m. Lvenin? ecruion j at :.':o i FREE METHODIST. I ree M thodlt - Pennsylvania av. and Kuh st. Kev. W. L Wehster, paster. Sunday school at 3'.o0 a iu.; Paul Nei.Jtrel. superintendent. Prearhlns at I0:."i a. m and 7 :Vd) p in. UUer Park. Free Methdit Four teenth and in sts Kev. Mr. Ilitch i oi 1. pastor. Sunday school at ll):0O a. to. ; L. F. Wolfe, superintendent. AFRICAN M. E. Olirt A. M. K.-HIO W. Monro at Rev. A. T. Reid ling. pastor. Class meet Ing at 10:00 a m. Sunday school at p. uj. ; Key. LIl P. wart, super intendent. xior'.itiiT worship at lo:4". Sermon lh.-ni-: "Itv Knes." Alh-n league. Mrs Mal-el ILimiitoii. i. i --1 . U-n t . At 7 4" p. in . a spe. ial s, rv! f-r ur hoy of oilth P.lol. w tot h ;v h.cn ..illed to the l.attie front. All are weh-.ni. Tavlor'a A. M. J. 7ion -Corner Fddy and 4'auipju sts. K;v. L. P. Powell pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. I irt- Con.cr Washington av. and Li fajette idvd. Kev. Charles A. Llpplii ott. I. I'. pastor. Mi Charlotte M Partridge, assistant to the minister. Puidi.- worship at li:." a. ui Sul.j-i t : "I wili-ht and l ri iol.'.ing." Vesper n.usl. al .md praise s. rviie at o' lock. M'.ort ad-lrcss l.y the minister. KiMe s.-h..,,l ,tt ;.'V a. ni Men s Feilou sip i lull at a. ni luinor Fnde.-nor '- riet? jt p. in Young Pi'i'!'s s.- eiety at :."j p ni. 'idw'k nie'ting for prater and cnfrent- W-dnesday at 7 .ji p.; tu K-d ross .-uviliarv in the rt'.ir. h parlors Fiiday at 1::.. p. m. Trlnlt v - Jorin S. Kurns. pastr on leave. A. P. Saunders, p ;?t ir on duty. Sunday s ho-d at '.':.". a ia ; S. IT. I ren- h. superintendent. Westminster -Kev. A XI. f.elis. puto". ii n I i.v s-hool at a. in.: L. C. Wh:t-'iMii!. supf Tintend nt. Puhlic wr hip at 1 : - a. tu. and 7 p ni. Junior Fndeavor in.vting at '2:" p. r.i Sea'or Fndeayor !oiety meets at C SO p m I I ro f wir nn.i It iv tort fs Kev (Jesirge W. A!!io!i. IV I m i.iit..". Ki'.'' s.d.. at ::.. a ic. ; l rank Urin ui:. Superintendent. BAPTIST. I i r t - "orner Wait and M.na sr Rev C. F. Lapp. Ph 1. .o-tirg pat t: re-sidence. Y. M A KiMe s,',.,..i :u ;:v a ni. : 4'. S. steptt-nj. ij i iut n l -f! t. T isscs for all ; fu!l gr. dc! M'rni:.iT ors'u at 'o:lY rn:i thm: "Ttif Way t- 'n Fx.-oiiiir servh e mI 7 " 40 : i.i.i'i ti. :.! : " l ie Thin F!ge iif tie sword " Julnrj treet --. tie-M-jre IT Frter ilre. pt"r. Sunday i .tt it:') n. a: J. W. l!i!i! ;; r: i:iietiJ4 :if N Uitve -:.isü s itft- l t' .!' ;- aod a ip-jrty l...:m- f -r o . M.-niin-T w -rhlp -it 1' Ti c:...- jctfo; 's sermon. "Kept in P -a- " I a.- P. Y. P. I . ii,.Yti it .:4." s!irp ho i,: u scri -e ; t 7:; v ith se; n . ii ". the p. i oa "I'e (ir.lt !!' tf l'V,;.f j.M! " Itunirlitn - "o-;:r Wns'iii-st n av Cherry st K'-v. K Kertok. atr. Ml.'zion -113 N. Klrds-ll st !v F It Kennedy. 1 . I. pastor Suadav t fcord at D.r, a m ; Mrs Anna Hutch l:.scn. sip Tintender.t. ilrn .riiib 4'oriier Lairel an 1 CI fte I Napier .tä. Servl. :s at 10:G.J a. a and ' :o p in. CHfISTIAN. lirt-S. Miln st. south of public lihrary. Key. John M Alexander, pastor. Sunday m liool at 9:.".). Frederl k H. Truland. Superintendent. Uur te.i'.heri are tralnefj and le -na graded. Ve Lje ciaeg fur all ajes. Morning worship at 10;D. The morn-Ir- ri:on will , pr-sentel ly the V. T. 1. Their p-.ikr "111 he Mrs. lllizal-efh Sf.mley, who is vh-e reiJent and f ife 1-. tiiri-r of the Indiana Vom an's i "!i rif i.i ti T ni p ra ij. e union. liven-li'- s rvi at 7:-" After a h-rt or rnon hv th- pit.- the l.eautlful threc r I )u-iiil- pi.-ture, "Kin Kent's I ai!'hfr r." will I.e .hown. Sp- lal nusi'? l.oth morning and -v-nin.r ly th- juar fet. Senior "hri'tlan limleavor at HZ'ju. Topi. ; -How and What to irend." Strangers md visitors In the ity are lordi.clv iniid to w.rhlp with ns. Indiana Atrnue Indiana and Witwer a v. Kev. W . A. Urundljre. pastor; res Iden'e, -n Ilai.ey ay. ll!i; hool at 'J:C) a. in.; It. White. gtifcrlDtendent Linlen Avenue horch of Christ Mnden av. and Carlisle st. Ir. Fd unrd Fastip. pi.tor. l'mfliins nt 10:0 c. ni. and 7:" p.- rn Sunday school nt 6:1 a. uj. Christian Umtcavor at C:3Q p. rn. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. Itriimlnny ;. Uroadway. Rev. I'.. ;irf!-d .Iohuon. pastor; residt-ne. Uli S. r.,rroli st. Sunday s hxl at 'J.Zft a. ni.: F. s. ITsher, sufierintendent. Prea.-hiujr at Vr.'.vt a. m. Yount: Pe'pls iilliante at m:1." p. in.; Miss lassie Fhlnehart. preideut. S'u!Jet: How in. I What to Kead." Phil. 4:H; I. Tim. 1:1.;; Miss IIa MelUvltt. lewder. Pr-ichin' at 7 :'. J in. Prayer nieetiur on 'el lies, lay evening in the chapel. Choir rehearsal on Friday evening at S o'lloidx; I'.oyd Tiioratm. llrpr-tor. fir C !mrh for. Idnrotn ay W. and Walrut ts. Key. U. O. Ivozler. raln istcrs. Sunday Bchool at 0'JO. Ü. F. Witt, superintendent. Lesson: '.Jesus Trautis,Mired." Mark '.:--1'. Our Sunday school q in fine, prosperous condition and we are always triad to invite others to ni Morning worship' at 10:;;o. Theme: "We. U.S. and Dur." This will l.e the first of a series of sermons on the Lord'n prayer. Yoiin I'e.pl's alliance service at i:!.- p. in. ; Miss Vera IHustnan. president. Topi,-.- How and What to Kead." Mrs. Many Miller will have eharpe of this m'tintr. livening preahin services at 7 :.". T hem..; "The Potter and Ills Tay." The midweek prayer and fellow ship rneetlns will he held on Wednesday xenin at 7:."J. This ervice Is hecom- 1 II IT one of the most helpful service of the entire church and we are sure you are missing a jri'd service ly staying away. rirst Lafayette r.n Monroe sts. Itpy W. H. J'Teshie.":. pastor Sunday fhool at 9 :.'' i a. m ; tieorge J. Lon, superln tendent. Lesson: "Jesus Tranfirured." Morn ing worship and sermon hr the pastor at lo::u Suhjet: "The Power of Per sonal Influence." The chorus will sins a special selection. Y. P. A. at 7 o'clock; Tara I.ockstidt. president. Subject: "How gad What to Kead:" Laura Lons. l-aler. livening srospel sermon at 7 :'.'X). 4n ai-eoiint of the laymen's minister council all uje-tlns for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday nights have l.eeu can'-eled. Kev. J. W. Metzner., presiding elder, will prea h Thursday night at 7:1V and conduct the ürt quarterly confer ence. Anten Chapel W. II. Mygrant, pastor. Sunday w-hooi at 10:00 . m. ; Jessle Ilarn. .superinteni'ent. Dethel Churrh ( Lydlrk) Kev W. II. Mygr.mt. pastor. Sunday school at 1i:'j0 a. in. : William Trunihle. superintendent, EVANGELICAL. 2ion--Corner Wavne and St. Pet;r sts. Kev. Waldemar loffeney. astor. Sunday si ho..l at t:l." a. ni. Mornln? st-rvi'e at ll:."i. Fveninc service in I in -glish l..-?ins at 7 :".. Suhject: "The Fall of Satan." St. I'eter Cerman II" TT. L&salle nr. Kev. IIupo Wehhelt. pastor. Sunday hooi at lew a. m. ; Carl Ilelnke. super intendeut. LUTHERAN. Holy Trinity rnttith Sherman aT. and Llndsey t. Kev. Albert II. Kecit. pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. ; Ldward Motts. superintendent. Class. 's for all ages. Adult Kihle class taught ly the paster. Special program on Armenian and Syriau relief needs. hi.f service with sermon by the pastor nt lo::u a. m. Subject of sermon: "4)uiet Waiting" Luther league devotional serviie at i:4. p in. Vespers with ser mon at 7 :."U p. ni. w ing to the meet ing to be held Wednesday evening in connection with the ministers coum il. our w.-okly prayer service will be held n Thursday evening instead of Wednes day. Choir rdiearsal on Friday evening at the church. Catechetical class on Wednesday at :.' p. ni. and oil Satur day at "' :TJ p. in. Glorf Dei Svedir.li Chapln and Kerr ts. Kev. t.nttfrid (Haon. pastor. Sun o.y S' hool at l:"0 a iu. and Bible class at 9:1. a. ra. st. TauFft German -Jefferson and Wil liam sts Rev. II. IIoHp. pastor, (ipr niaii service at l():".o a. m. Sunday school, b th iiermand and Fnglish at '.':.!. F.uglish services ou second anl fourtSi Sundays of the month at 7 :." p. rn. S.'1'mnii siioject: 'M'ood Works." Holy .tMiimunioii Sunday. Confessional service at lU:s a. ni. No .eiinan Sun day s.-M.nd. Walther league monthly ao ia! meeting Tuesday at s :t n p. in. 'at.-i Tietl. al hist ruction Tuesday und Thi'.xiay at 7 :-" p. in. St. Paul's Luth eran a jxiitary meets Wednesday aft e.'noon. CHURCH OF GOD OF THE ABRAHAMIC FAITH. f hrrh of God ef the Abraham Faith. -'rVrvhes a Melville hall. 12 S. La fayrtte Idvd.: Sunday school at 10 a. m.. F A. Stilson, superintendent. VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. Gospel mission. V0 S. Michigan it. All Christian soeiftles Inyited to a big epen air meeting every Wednesday. Fri day, Saturdar and S-inday nights, corner Wayne and Mlh:jran streets. Old-fashioned gospel meeting at Volunteer mis sion 'rail Sunday nicht, Lrerybody In vited. All welcome. MISSIONS. Mnnuaite Ilpe Ö21 F. Jeffersoa bivd. Sunday school at 2:30 p. P: Meiling at o.öd'p- m. Preuiimi; 3:r.n and 7 :."0 p. in. Serv ice eveiy night pxcept Wednesday. Mary Nuneiaiker in charge itj 1 IV F. Jefferson Idvd. Kay .. P.ird. superintendent. Sunday school at p. m. Kibie Tas at l:l p ia Fvcuii: st-rvu-e at 7 :iW. .lcl I Tl F. Lasalie av. Services Wc.iiicd i.v. Satun! iy and Sunday e v pu lii at 7 :.T0. Suoday school at 10 :VO a. uj. c.uh Sundax. SPIRITUALIST. !'.. Pr.icressive Spiritual society TIl hold services at 7:30 p. iu. tery Sunday at 3C S. Michigau St.. Kedmeu'a hall. Ti - Spiritual s.-t iety nvit- everyl.ody f-' cone and heir Mr. Ir Alex. Caird if 4Ti;-ag. i; i t- a public ilcmonstrati' U of i it turn. 1 1 ic w riling and spirit i.iess.u- 'iii !a at 2 :'' and 7 :". p. m. ottier ri-.-ss i !';, rer: Sitcrs Thornpsoti W.-.ves; l'.r-'C er II ..!. Wüliaajs and lh" Mps-.ti. hi'iilai,' Hoiii sealed letters. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Mo Is every Monday at lö:0ü a. m. t tic Y. M. 4'. A Resident aul vls'.tiug iiiialstets ;ilaj wchoue Pres'-Jent. .1 A H;i: .tt; : . pi ct.de U. W. ti. 1. c ..: , m iitar trea .rti. F Fu tc i i EC ,OC! I LI HILLE STUDENTS. W mm' Tt.! hall, rim'.') i . J. M. . ci.iiddig s..;jd.ij. 3 4 ' p. tu. I.e. t:::e !.v W. K Williams Sah).- t: "What s., the Scriptures Will Ke the auirch Future Pew-inl f -r P. 'th Kh h and iPoor.'"' At Z:? i. in., tudy on the i hlladeli-hhi jteriod of the hurch. Wed nesday at p. m., prayer meeting. i rlday at ?: p. in., study, laberuaTe Shadow s " J5WISH. Tempi Beth-Kl Corner Lasal'.e ay. and Taylor st. Jullua Lelbert. rahbl. CHURCH OF GOD. Churrh of God r Saint Chapel on Harrison nr., one block north of Lincoln wa7 W. ()t; Austin, pastor: J. L. For syth and 4L K. IeW. assistant pastors. Sunday c-haol at :!" a. ui-; A. M Ivlrk'.ey, uperinteudenL SALVATION ARMY. 2'6 F. Jeffer?on bivd. Sunday serr bca: Moraing. county Jail. 10:'; Sun day school. 'J;J0; open air service. 70; Indoor service. 8::i0. Prayer meeting 7:0. Capt. hemiah lirooks. officer ia t harge. SCIENTIST. lint Churrh of ChrUt. Scientist Main and Midiaou sts. EVANGELICAL MISSION. SwedUh RvanceUrai Main and Mon roe sts. Kev. Knill Winstedt, pastor. .Sunday school at 9:D0 a. ni. ; August Anderson. auperlntendent. Mornlujf iiervlce at 10:15. Morning worship at lo:J.V Young PMipeM meeting at 1 :4V p. m : Ml.s II anna P.ergstedt. presilent. Kvening service at 7 :T0. Wednesday at 7:1" p. m. prayer meeting, instead of Thursday evening. Thursday at -:.V p. in., the Ladies' Aid so lety meets in the church parlors. BRETHREN. Fir! Rer. (J. W. Kench. D. I.. pas tor. Sunday gcnool at U:.T0 a. ru. ; Harley Firestone, auperlntendent. Primary school nirets at the same hMir; Miss Margaret Whitmer. superin tendent. NVorshlp with sermons at 10::'0 a rn. and 7:.'!4l p. in., the pator preach ing. Morning then: "The Fellowship of .Suffering. " Kvening aubjes-t: "He lievers' Kaptism." Y. P. S. C. K. at 4":.V: p. in.; Miss Hertha Kline, president Praver meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:.'i0. First Churrh of the Urethren Indiana av. and Miami st. Key. T. Ih George, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. uj. ; P. Ü. Stahly. superintendent. teond Church of the nrthren-- CuBhing aul Van Buren sts. Ker. It. O Koose. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Wesley Zimmerman, superintend ent. Christian Workers' meeting at 4'.:30 p. in. Prea hlug at 10:30 a. ni. and 7:30 p. ui. Subject for the morning serrice: "The Kock of Ages." LTder 1. S. Cripe will preach In the evening in the abseme ' the pastor. Prayer meeting Tueslay eveaing at the church at 7:10. Conference Memorial l'nlted-G10 S. St. Jaseph st. Key. I. F. Young, pastor. Sunday chool at 0:30 a. m. ; :. L. Wil son, auperlntendent. Morning worship at 10:43. Sermon subiect: "Countless Klessings." C. K. at i!i: Mrs. K. C. Kaker. leaiier. Kvening service at 7:."0. SubJ-t: "From Pov erty to Poverty." Prayer meeting Wed nesday evening. EPISCOPAL. St. JameV Lafayette at. north of Washington. Kt. Kev. John Haren White. re-tnr: Kpv. II. F. White, vicar. Holy oinmuulou at 7:30 a. m. Sunday sebooi at 1:IV a. m. Morning prayer and sermon t 11:00 a. in. Vespers at 3:4 to p. m. Young people', meetlug at 4j:30 p. m. CATHOLIC. Sacred Heart. Notre Dame Rer. John B. Scheler, C. S. C. pastor. Low mass at G:4X a. in. Students' mass at S:4M) a m. Parish mass at 10:13 a. in. Vesper at L 40 p. ui. St. Stephen's Hungarian Thomas and Mcpherson sts. Kev. Lawrence Hor vath, pastor. Miss at S:00 and 10:13 a. m. Sunday school at 2:W p. m. Ben ediction at 3:W 'j. ni. "t. ratrlrk'a 307 S. Tayior st. Key. Jobü F. LMJroote. C. S. C. paitor. Low masses at :0o. 7 :."0 and 9:00 a. m. High Ulfas and sermon at 10:30. Baptism at 2:(0 p. m. Vespers at 3:30 p. in. Sun day school at .1:00 p. ni. .Meeting of chür h societies at 1 :00 p. no. St. lledwlge'i Polish Corner Scott nnd Napier sts. Kev. Anthony Zubowicz. C. S. 4'.. pastor. Low mass at 7:30. 9.00 and 10:00 a. ni. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Benediction at -:30 p. m. 5t. Stanislaus' PUh 113 N. Lincoln st. Kev. Roman Marciniuk. pastor. Mass at 7:30. 9:00 and 10:00 a. ru. St. Mary' German 131 S. Taylor t. Ke. J. M. Scherer. C. S. C. pastor. Mass at 7:30 and 10:00 a. in. Sunday school ut 2:30 p. in. Benedb tion ut 3:00 p. ru. St. Casimir'a Pollsb-S21 S. Webster at. Kev. Stanislaus 4;rka. pastor. Low mass at 7:30 a. in. High mass ut 10:00 a. m. Vespers at 2:00 p. ra. St. Adelbert's Polish Olive and Or;Ke sts. Kev. John Kubackl. pastor. Pally mass at 3:13 p. ni. Holy hour, Wed nesday eveniug at s o'clock. Sunday iass "at KW) and 10 A0 a. m. St. Joseph's Hill at. and Lasalle ay. Patrick J. Carroll. 4V S. C. pastor. Low masses at 7:30 and 9:00 a. m. High ruass at 10:0 a. in. Penedktlon at 3:00 p. m. Saerrd Heart Belgian 1 120 W. Thom as st. Kev. Charles V. Fischer, pastor. Mass at 7:oo aud 9:30 a. m. Sunday hool at 2:30 p. in. Benediction at 3:00 p. ra. St. .Mary of the Holy Rosary Polish National Catholic Kv. Basil Sycbtu. pastor. Sundays: l irtt mass at b.(n) a. tu. ; high mass and sermon at 10:00 a. in.; Sunday school at 2:00 p. tu. VISCOINT MOTOXO HI 'SIGNS. T4KH, April 20. According to the Xichi Xichi, Viscount Ichiro Mutono. Japanese foreign minister, has ;ninoum oil his intention to ten der his resignation. Ill health is given as the reason for his dec iion. TAH LIS FEHNS of every kind large and small In size. Fplendid In shape; can he se lected at Williams & Co.. Florists. Always the best In flowers for the table decorations; flowers for the sick, stock bouquets, corsage, and flowers for the "only girl" are here !n splendid assortment. 138 South Michigan Street. Home ph?ne 2227. Dell phone 763. Advt tOOK AT IT. It Is the handsomest motor car In town. The King EUht Is the mar vel of the year in motor car con struction. A perfect motor. Lots of power, graceful lines, easy riding, and the best car in the world for the price. In fact it is truly named. "The car of no regrets." Let us tell you more about this line before you choose. Main Garage. Phones. Home 2410. Bell 370. Adv. $10 rOH WALKING. In buying your spring outfit you will save $10 by walking two city blacks south of the high rent dis trict to Geo. A. Piatt's, cor. Wayne fc Michigan sts. You will at a glance behold the highest ambition of America's foremost designers: color ings beautiful, and quality well, come put your hand on them and say what you think. Adv. lit pa l shoes fcr men at Beitner's i?ins. Advt. Gallant Conduct Of U.S. Engineer Troops Reported By General WASHINGTON, April 20. Gen. Pershing's report of the gallant con duct of American engineer troops with the IJritish fifth army In help ing check the German advance in the early days of the great offensive reached the war department Friday and was made public by Sec'y L'ak- r. "It will make splendid reading for Americans." said the secretary. American losses in the period from March 21 to April 3, during which tht engineers consolidated and held u sub-sector of the IJritish lines against repeated assaults xver-2 given as two officers killed and three wounded; 20 men killed and 52 wounded, and 4 3 missing. It is relieved by the Dritish authorities that all of those reported missing were not captured but that many were separated from their com mand and are now with other Brit ish organizations. (Jon. I Yrli luff's Hcp,rt. Gen. Pershing's report says: "In reference to mention In sum mary of activities on noon. March 24 to March 23. of American troops fighting with British armies and to the dally cabled summary of the battle March 29, 1918. the following Las now been established from offi cial reports: "The commanding officer of a United States engineer regiment has received a copy of the following letter commenting on the action of the troops of his regiment: " 'I have received the following from the commanding general of the corps: " 'I desire to convey to you and ranks under your command, my ad miration of the splendid service which you and they have rendered in connection with corps' light rail road. Thanks to the untiring ener gy of officers, non-commissioned of licers and men, who have risen to the occasion In a manner beyond all praise, and their gallantry, much of what might otherwise have fall en into the enemy's hands has been saved. " I should like to add my own appreciation of the excellent service EXPECTS f 10 RETALIATE WASHINGTON Wave of Optimism Felt When News of Halt is Read at Capital Victory is Coming, Belief. WASHINGTON, April 2o. Events on the western battle front are shaping themselves, officers here be lieve, not only for defeat of the German drive, but for a counter offensive by Gen. Koch's armies that may open the road to an allied mil itary victory. A wave of optimism swept today oxer not only American officials, butN also the military men of the allied missions in Washington. Some of them think it will be some days yet before Oen. Foch can complete his troop dispositions for a great thrust at the enemy, but others look for xvord that he has struck at any time. The news from the battle front was distinctly cheering. The Brit ish lines in the hard stricken Flan ders front were holding iirmly. French reinforcements had arrived there, making practically certain that the German drive toward the channel ports from that direction has been defeated. All Units Mascl. At the same time official an nouncement came from Rome that Italian troops were tiiiady oouring into France to shure in the crucial struggle there. This added to the optimism, for it means that the fighting men of France. Italy. Great Britain. America. Belgium. Portu gal and the Russian units are being massed under one leader for a mighty blow when th time comes. There were many indications to day of increased pressure toward getting American troupe overseas in time to share fully in th battles this summer upon which may ret the final issue. Sec'y Raker con ferred for several hours with Pres't Wilson, the regular cabinet meeting being cancllcl to clear the xvay for the conference which had to do xxith both immediate and future steps for accelerating American participation in the struggle. Baker Ireciits Ro port It was the first opportunity Mr. haker has had to present fully to the commander-in-chief his report xi his trip along the fighting lint and give the president at first hand an account of tlne ml-rhty work Gen. Pershing and his officers have done In France and are now doing. The war secretary xvas able to detail to Mr. Wilson all the steps th.it led up to unification of the; allies and th elevation of the great French soldier. Gen. Foch, to the highest military command any man has ever held. At his otrce later Mr. Baker was in conference with Lord Reading- WASHINGTON rendered by the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the light railroad serxlce of this di rectorate, in connection with the present operation. Will you 1h good enough to acquaint all ranks serv ing tinder you of tne appreciation accorded to their untiring serxice.' Acted With British. Vertain units of United States en gineers serving with a British amy between March '21 and April 3 xvhde under shell lire carried out destruc- J tion of material dumps at Chaulns. fell back with British forces to Moreuil where the commands laid out trench work, then proceeded to Demuin and were assigned a sector of defensive line xvhich xvas con structed and manned by them, then moved to a position in the line near Warfusee-Abancourt and extending to the north side of Bois de Toil-lauxx-. The commands started for this position on March 27 and occu pied it until April 3, during this lime the commanding officer of a unit of United States engineers Le ing in command of the sub-sector occupied by his troops. This com mand was in more or less continu ous action during its stay in this position. On April Z the command xvas ordered to fall back to Abbe ville. "The casualties during the period March 21 to April 3 were; Officers killed, txvo; wounded, three; men killed, 20: wounded, 32. Forty-live men reported missing but it is be lieved by the British authorities that they were not all captured, and that many of them were separated from their command and are now with other British organizations. This report of casualties does not con sider one detachment of 37 men from xvhich no report has been re ceived." The report also quotes the letter sent by British Gen. II. L. Müllers, commanding a cavairy division, to the commander of one of the Amer ican engineering units, conveying the congratulations of his superior and the letter sent by British Gen. liawlinson, commanding the British army engaged in that sector, to the engineer officer in command of the sub-sector, both of which were made public yesterday in France. British ambassador. The subject of their conference was not stated, but it is known to have concerned the expediting of the movement of American troops to" the theater of war. As to plans for expediting war preparations- on this side Mr. Baker xvould make no comment. He said he was not ready to make any an nouncement as to the aviation pro gram or organization. The report has been current for many days that William C. Potter, now in charge of signal corps production, will he cle xated to a higher and more author itative post xvith similar duties. It was rumored today that Henry Ford niiht le selected to handle airplane production much in the way that Charles M. Schwab has been placed in charge of ship building. M4re Than Defense. From reports of the battle prog ress officers pointed to the appear ance of French reinforcements in the northern sector of the Flanders line as indicating more than a de fensive measure. The troops must have faced hard days of marching to reach their post, but it xvas said that had the movement been only to back up the British lines It would have been more logical and suicker for them to have gone Into the south, relieving the British divisions to support their comrades in Flanders. LAKE YARDS GET Uniform Scale in Gulf and Coast Bases Effective on Inland Waters. WASHINGTON. April 20. The uniform wage scale now in effect, in Atlantic coast and gulf ship yards today xvas made effective for (Jreat lakes yards, retroactive to April 1. This wage scale will substantial ly advance the wages now paid in these yards to nearly all crafts, the building labor adjustment bureau announced. To make certain that the xvages of no employe will be re duced a provision was inserted de claring existing higher xvages sho ild not be affected by the decision. Where agreements in writing for another effective date- has been made betxveen employers and em ployes, the date of April 1 set by the board will not apply. The decision prescribes eight h-urs as the working day. time and one-half for oxertime work, double time for Sundays and holidays, and directs the Organization of the craft committees to adjust industrial disputes. xow s Tin: TiMi-: To have jour pictures framed when ycu are house cleaning ard decorat ing and you know an artb-tlc framed picture is a joy for ever we do fine work and our line of pic ture moulding comprises all that is new and popular. Portrait and mirror framing a speciality. Ma kielski Art Shop. US N. Main st. Adv. ADVANCED WAGES Buy Yur Third Liberty Loan Today. Wind OW j ''''""'' ' ' x '"''' I ''" J ' :'-'-. --n i:" '."! .: ! '- -i f 'y ' : :j rhcf 'My window shades always look nice." Go to your windowi now and ex amine your shade. See if the; are specked with those tiny holes and little ragged crackf that do so much to mar the looks of your windows. In shades made of renlin th? long wearing uvWooi shade material you will find the greit fault of the ordinary thade overcome. It U made of a close! woven cloth without that fillintf of chalk which in the ordinary' thade o toon cracks and fall out in umighdy atrealu and pin holes. Sun won't fade it tar watet spot it. Made ic many rich, lustreless tonet sad in Brenlin Duplex one color oa one side; a diffetcnt one on the other. tCome see i: Ca 11 us up f'T oMimntes ou any tdze jul. 42 CASUALTIES ON LATEST LIST Seven Americans Were Killed in Action, According to Record at Capital. WASHINGTON. April I'O. The casualty list today contained 4 2 names, divided as follows: Killed in action, seven; died of x.ounds. eight; died of disease, two; wounded severely, six; xvounded slightly, 17: missing in action, two. The list follows: KILLED IN ACTION: Corporals John L. Hendrickson and Karl Snow; Privates 4arl H. Al son. Louise Kmperate. George C. Seely, Stanislaxv St4'fanski, Girelamo Viscusi. DILI) OF WOFNDS: Corporals Uoy L. Boyce. Leon Ware. Joseph Kizzo; Privates Pietre Iantorne. James J. Norcia, Fred erick Youns, Joseph W. Zwinge; Hurler Sefey L. Hood. DIED OF DISEASE: Privates Edwin A. Dehaven, Ed v.ard J. l'lannery; both pneumonia. WOUNDED SEVERELY: f ISergt. John A. Dickerman; Pri vates James D. Flynn. Theodore G. Hoasr. Horace G. McDermott, Wal ter I'. Freddy. Jarnos S. John. MISSING IN ACTION: Lieutenants Robert Ii. Rhett, Moses Taylor, jr. WO U N I E I LIGH TLY : Lieut. Harold T. Lowe; Corporals Ieon M. Morey, George R. Bel humer; Privates Edward Freeze. An-rus R. Burton. Edward J. Cook, Newell G. Flood. William J. Folien. Walter L. Howland. Leo. M. Jolli ker. Arthur J. Kennedy, Adam Mjckiexvicz, Georpe Phillips. Ber tram C. Rax nor. John I. Tower. Roy L. White. Carl Zomprtti. THE WOMEN Ol' FIlANCh. Are not nelectintr their personal appearance while doing war work. Their carefully . ma replied hair has been particularly commented on. You ran look as well at yotir ardu ous war duties as they, hy making an .appointment at the Comfort Shop for your marcel wave at as early an hour as xou desire, ."03 J. M. Rldp. Advt. All members of the Woodmen of the World Circb.-s and their friends arc rcjuted to 1- present at the 2öth anniversary of Fi-I-Iity ramp, No. 2S, at the Hich School Auditor- j lum Sunday afternoon at 2:.Vj p. m. j ITS MOVING DAY. j Cvery dij Is moving1 day with us. We are ready to move your freight, household poods- pianos, safe, ma chinery, and let us remind you that xve do our work in the most satis factory manner xvith dispatch and at most reasonable prices 100 miles - day made In out-of-town mox--in. Lounhman & Lo-ghman, SOI S. Main st. Advt. ROBERTSON BU&COMPÄNY Business Hours: Shad es an Are two very important items at thi time when housecleaninv: days are coining You may need Window Shades. You may need Linoleums When you do, the most important item is the quality quality that yu kimw you will ret the best service from Armstrong's Linoleums The new patterns arc remarkably Ivautilul ami adapted for any room in the hnu,?. Dining Room designs of inlaid wood, tloral pat terns for the Bed rooms; colonials for the Hallways; tile patterns for Bath Rooms and Kitchen in great variety of colors to match any de sire. Armstrong's Inlaid square yard. Armstrong's Quality yard. N . f-f i tt .. folf in c - i i ILA.I line ikii i av., .i ovjuiuv. i an Combination Vacuum Sweepers, $4.50 to $6.50 O'Cedar Oil Mops at 75c O'Cedar Oil Polish. .25c & 50c bottle Lamb's Wool Wall Dusters the kind you can wash at. . . .90c and $1.35 Howard Handle Dusters and Floor Mops at $1.00 and $1.35 4 The Badge Where's Your Badge? Don't wait for your friends to ask that question. Buy a Liberty Bond, get a Liberty Button, and wear it proudly. Show them where you stand! Liberty Bond Facts 1. Are U. S. Government Bonds. 2. Dear 4 per cent interest 3. Exempt from normal tax 4. Are transferable and can readily be converted into cash at any tii.-.cu 5. Place your order now through your Hanker, Bond Salesmen, Postmas ter or Department Store, and get 10 o risers to do tha same. EMI CAPELLE Bismarck Took British Ships in Same Manner America Seized Dutch Boats. WASIIIN4:T0.V. April ". Vic Admiral von Capelle'. attack on the I'nited Suites atd the allies beforr the main reichsta committee fi.r what he railed '"the robbery f Dutch tonnace" caused tate depart ment o'lieials to call attention to. lax to the fact that Prince Bismarck justified the action by Prus-Mii troops in 1 7 0 in seizing six neutr.il : Briti.-h ships in tlie rixer S'.-iiH'. i).ir Rouen. Bismarck in a note to Count Bern- 1 j-torfl. German niini-thr to London, j umler date of Jan. 2". 1ST1. sid: "The case was one of nece-i'y which even in time of peace, mr y render the emploxment cr ltr"ic tion of foreign property admis-ibie. under reservation of indemniric- j tion. I tike the opportunity of calling to mind that -t similar rizrht ' in time of war has become a pe culiar institute, the jus .ir.Lc.iri.ie, which so hih an authority as S'ir j Robert Phillmre defines thus: Th .t a belligerent power demands ar.d makes use of foreign shii even s':ch as are not in inland waters, but; In ports and roadsteads xvithin its 0-IE-ACTS l! .:i Ci.iib't V"'d Can Help tiu Fdl.rc 8:3o to 5:30 Saturday 90- h Cm. d Linol moieums I ii i XT CT I I V ! 4-J2v Hsv ' -J ' 1-f Linoleum, at $1.10 to $1.65 Prints at 70c to SOc qiwre 4 En v- -i 1 1 1 -,- i-ir 4 of Honor u I. S: Subscribe today Let your dollars fight for Liberty and Right. t Silas i u i i.-'li' t-oii. arnl '.ii '..,!.!''- Th' ! allies to trar.-j":-t t :, . :i::.::riri I tion .iii'l iii:j.l !;i'nr-- i f . irf.it--." 1,000 TAKE PEEP AT NEW U.S. OFFICIAL WASHINGTON. A;c! " Tie f;rt i iblic " r:-tii .f '!.t.i-s . . Sch'A'.ib in Iii- jo!'- f -rT- niPiit i-'li'i.il .uii- !it- :;. wben lie had t' fa i .i ' ' i.wd nf ' .ii!v 1 . 4 1 1 1 1 jiT-rxiris .ilK !.;' i- v':'t in front of the -h : ;. .i n b-itl t. ,.id in to see tit- '. ':' !; L-'-r;'1 of siiip buildit.g jd-.i'tn'-"".! ;di d motion pietuj-f s. H- t-.u t b- '-rd- .! rn. d n ttur'-illv m :,;. in -a i 1 1 1 Chairman i':.:! .m ; 'i- e Pi Piz. ?,,,.;,.!, dy .s;,r-,l r.e ti-- . repr--s"Iit'-d "f.lith. !:'; .;!. ! ;.il - itv- "We ha e f.iitb. i ' ' " !.a' e I'.oj.e; what XX P X. 1 f. t I "' .1-. Mr. schwa b'- .4':i-:. - 'rt. H- t.' 1 n"-;.tp-r i.. n -'. :.' t!..i' : -i-n and i i.'ir'ii' .?! t fr'. ii pUbli' 'APre t -r. t ; ;.-.! !) .iin . thin? e:-o t. !,:; it tl..- -M:;, huildii.'T prriam thr-j... MOB DEClDES rJÖT TO KILL PRO-GERMAN LI. IN. -VI I. El. . -'-da. A;.::l -f. Henry Bl . : . j -; ' 1 'd .f 'ii--.-loxalty. xxa- han,d bv i crowd ..f t: en her- to,i-'l:t b .t aft r h- bad sw.ri ur.til '.e . id i "con-.-en.i-i. .! -ious tl:: p-'d;. ; : iii. tli- Wcili-be f( i ;!! I!!s (l.t him dowr. on th- prt;::s- 1 1 : t h.. would b- en a rl.t ! bv t he -..-;nt ' ( n'ir. i1 of il- fiT.M- tomorrow morn- i a-