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I HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES r METHODIST. First N. M!n eL Rt. Unry I Lrls. ( ttor. Osss mettln at 8:00 s. j xa. Sunday at t - Klicr Abernefjy. ssperinter. Jrct PuMl- ! Worship at 10:10 . ra. und 7: P- m Ir. JJurls will ot-npr th i.lrdt at totL rrUv. At the morning h"t:r the l.or.i rti arils srlll attend In a bdy nl i Jr. La rib will sprsk n th 'jfJt. . "The NoMlers IMim-t" Lj.tu.rtul league at j.."50 p. iu.. ubjp. t. 'TVe Institute a Tmliiin? 'm; fr ; rrl."-" A No lr;tal!stl -n of i.w of- j rs for th rmnlnj vc tr Thl ?'- ; l.l stt1-e will h i-MllI- td l.y tli" r-aator. At tlf ermine Lour th iulirj ffTlf r.ltb n hört tr.i"i Mri;u;i by toe raator. Praver ni tln Wdr.-vliyj Tenlnj nt :.y b . il by lr. Tla. M. rauf XrmeiUI-Clfix -ind Im porte in. Rr. Jniuc L Cardin r, I L. pastor. Sunday t'-hd at .:: i is Mornlnr srvl e at 1:" o !. k hu tb minister will j.resch a tl.. :)bj-t. i'owfr t Wltn--s " Lj,w a.Tlr nt ':.) t. i.i . bd by ort h ! 1 -') Mis, It!.-r JvlrkDatrb-k. l.rrniu.r im-.- i at : ' ! ! k. Dr. lis. rllrT will .;! .1 n th subject, "nr t!.- Top.' iift-r whUh t ffb UI cow l 'iiiudit in vtion 1-1 turf -will l-e rrr-r.t-d. Th trst -n ''Th Kylns f R!dn.s." rd tb onl on "Life otj t Ii- W .tm RMtlc Trout. " Karl W. Knorr n III Inj: :it th morning arrifo. "t'.dnf Holy ;!... t In Love." ul t tli- evening "iinl of Our i'.rfLrra " rv j.-f, Crart CorDr Iter. Richard II p:etlDff at 12 chool at 0 -0 a MIt7?-jn anl Tutt Fts. t'rondfr. pattor. Cln't o'cIrW. nj'n Si:ri'h;y m.; I rof. J. A Hjt-rs. auprlntnlent. Mrulnz orlifn at 1 i":i.".. Si;l.-ft oft !a.-o'jr- "I'ravtT : i 1 N:itlon:il Tation rrfs't Vinlrow ViN.u invit- nitrlotl Amr1''an to pr.irr n 1-t iiulf öf nur army n n 1 can. Junior on-:--ffatlon at 2 p. m Ilportb l.iu'u of :?) p rn.: l'.W Mrl.n.l.n f. r. prl-l'-iit. Th Vfiilns nPTx ho dfdii it 1 t n pl.Ilv prpurfil pi-'r.nn wlii!j will tiven in l-half f th- l'rni li jin-1 r.l'lHii orphans Tl. !illlren -f th SanlHT a--hHl will parll ijati-. Tl- i rnrarn ia nn fnlki h : Orxriii prt-ln 1-. i:ilzal.tü Aiir. "I'pHfsitonal."' Kip 1 ; n ; th hNtorr f "Th Stiir .i- intrl.-l !mnr" .-nul !insiii of Min': Invo cation: Mi rillaN hTinn; .illr. Itrr. U. H Crownr; -luinir. " 'Wn mli:i th (If'n of th tan:" n-:i!in. Ki' 1 :irJ H. i'riuvdpr. Jr.: "Th- U'oiikiu" Förrien Missionary Sm i t y in l'rnn 1." Atr J. W. IMf lenfffr : a f11al"2tio una 11 I Is I n.nil'. -Tli Mk'ht of th U'orl.l .Uaut:- rradin?. A Litt! Frrm !i 'lAUt., Mrs V. C ?nr; pnintf.niiinc. '"Tbe Tryfr of t!t lVt.uit n-l Kint:;" "Th ;athfre.1 Trfiiiirt"r." Mrs I Kln ry ofTerlnc : rn-llns. ('atlifin l'.I-ik'-mia; finzinj:. Arnricn." "l.n r.i t -rn of pnntoniini : Tli" I rnh nilow ;hh1 MMren. th 1'rfn. h wr orphans. 1. 'uts. lioino i-iiinl, Ti1 'ro iiMrf, I'nrN Sm. Th ao,'al aorri-- la. Tuesday at C:'.a p. in. Miihk prayt r wrTi? Wln'laT nt 7:;Vt p. ni. Ltwell Heifhta Miner nnd Francis ta Rer. (Jay li. IHc k, rstor. Sund iv acboel at 9:13 a. m.; II. C. Dflons. aaperintendent. Trinity Rhin nl Vanr ats. R't. Melrin C Hunt. pator. Hil.N a.-horl t 6 .20 c. m. ; Rudolph Klir. acting auper lntendent. 7hr a hool la r.ranled hr dcp.nt ment" Mrnin? worship at P):4". Ser mon l.v th" paror u. "'I h? l'riium y of iTtyer in World Savins." Vorn I duct It 'the Misses Carder. Th" llpwoith If'nsue devotional hour nt :ir . in. Tills 'will tf lwutl ;roiin.i ntßht. witli MNs lime MitcSull in chir'". Fvenlu-' errle at 7 :."! "Th" Slp.1esstu-ss of .Ifn" will t. th" i44Htor t!n-iut. Spe cial jiiush- I'.v th" t horu- lKdr. Junior lenxue Wednesday at o:.'a p. m ; Mrs. AV. I.. (rtfn. ii"rint"iide nt. Tli" ü'jn-h praver hour Wednc-d iy evening at 7:1". Walter I.arkin ivlll lead the l.iss. The atildy 111 " the greatest hapter In the maior propho.v. Th Trlnltv M. K. Rd Trots aiixiliirv IH n.-et with Mrs. I.. V. Hazen. 1' Vass.ir a v., Thursday afternon at Epwtrlh Memorial Corner Unjoin way W. and Ollte st. Rev. O. L. Ru'.l laon. paster. Snndiy aetmol nt O.'M a m.: Glen Finney, superintendent. .Iinlni service: Saerament of the I.ortl'a supper. Shrt address lv the pastor. N termor. I'raye-r meeting Wednesday evening at 7:4" o hn-k. lull Memorial Mi hljrnn nnd Victoria ta. Rev. A. V. Rabs. pastor. Sunday rbr.nl at 10.00 a ni ; A. Katterhenry. auperlntendent. rrea.-hinjr at 11 a. m. Thenie: "Tlie Sanctity of the Sabbath" A live lre Fpnurth league at ', ;;u p. ni Th" report of th" nominating eommit"" will I read. I'reachinc at 7:.' p. in. Thein: ThrfH' Ffefill Tebeopes." Read thrt epistle or .lames Tor evening nrarer nervi, e the Wednes-lay cordial wei- A eome t you. River rrk S. Serenth t. Tter. J. A. Lord, pastor; residence 2T'.1S MNhawakn at. Sunday rhl nt Ü:30 a. m ; F. C. Wolfe, euperintemtent. German I.afavette bird, and Wavne it. Rer. II. S. Miller, pastor. Sunday ebon I at 9 a ni. : John Kooh. super intendent. Prencnlne r.t t0:3l a. m. md 7:30 p. m. F.pn-rrth league at 7 00 p. m. Frayer nirtln Wednesday at 7:13 p. rn. WesIeyaa-722 K. RrMday. Rev. Y. O. Spitler. pastor. Sunday school t :3f a m. ; K. M. I'orter. superintendent. Serrr.on at 10:C0 a. ra. Evening sermon at 7:30 FREE METHODIST. Tree Methodlal rennsTlranta av. and Itusn at. Iter. XV. E. Webster. pat-T. Sunday school at 0:3) a m.: Faul Neldtxel. auperlntendent FreacLlng at 10:.t0 a. m and 7 :30 p m RUer rrk Free Methodist Four teenth and Vln sta Rev. Mr. Hltrb ecck. pnstor. Sunday school at 10:0) a. m.; L. F. Wolfe, superintendent. AFRICAN M. E. Olltet A. M. K.-310 W. Monro st. Per. A. T. Re.nl ling, pastor. Class meet ing at 10.O) a. in S'indiy pchol at 12:30 p in ; Rev. Eil 1. Stewart, super intendent. Tylra A. M. and Caupau its. E. Zlon Corner tj,y Rev. L. 1'. Powell. pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. rirst Corner W.sMnjton av. and I.a fajette blvd. Rev. Ctarles A. Lippiu cott. IV I . pastor. Miss Charl Ue M. Partridge, assistant to tie minister. lo:4." a rn. Address Public worship at by the miulster on "11." Light frauctuary." Rihle ? ! d at :"u J. S. Mi-v'ow.in. superintendent. if ti.. a. in.; Mens Fellowship club at ::u m Joint meeting .f the Junior Ln-h-aw.r and Young People's . Ictles at .": p. m. lied Cross auxiliary m.etliii: ia tie rburc'.i parlors Friday at 1 : '.o p. m. 7::: p. p v. Midweek meeting Weines. lav at i m. Family night Friday at Trinity John S. hums, pastor oa leave. A- P. Saundr- i g t o r . u dutv. SucdiT a- h "ol at 'vL!Z3 i m. ; S 15. Freui h, superintendent. jVetmlnter Scott and I.indsev ts P.ev. Alfred M. Fells. I. 1. ; st cf ; res idence. I3N N. Scott St. SMlMd.i.V s ho. 1 at a. ni. : L C. Whit .-o-.nb. su; eriu- teudent. Public worship at l'J:4ä a. m. and 7 :."-0 p m. The se.'..n meets be fore the mc.rnlug servb e .li.nl r Fu deavor mating at 2:U p. se nb Fndeivor .nlety meets at ', , p. m. llap Leer and P.'.yton sta Rev. George W. Allison. R. D . m!nltr. R;Ve chool at 3. CO a. ni.; Frank Kettriug, auperlntendent. BAPTIST. First forr.e r Wr.yn and Main r s Rev. C. R. Lapp, t'h D. acting pist .r; reHene. Y. M. C. A Ri:. s. iM..,i .,, 4k At -Sk ..... m ; . tepne?;a. super'.LU ud - ent. Clajea for all; fully graded. Qalatejr Mreet fte. ;-re T. Fnt?r- line, paitor. Sunday m heol at 3 :?A a. Bs. : J. W. Kamill!. ipcri-WendeM i Issses s!ilfd to .': ..rs We tl.dy t" Intern.iti-'ual ! M 'ruig or- sJi:j witii .erg at la ' m. the col t!;-nt: "r.f.irln n- An"ti.r I'.ur- i-ü" t:. r. v. r. r. in.-rs t p. in. 1 1 -ii i ri r M-rvi-' at 7 wltli sr iw:i ly ti. pattr u th tliui: ''l"be 1 1 - : 1 1 : i 1 i:rMJt:i a til l-pth of j Ilanrarlan Corr.fr WaiMnrton f. ( hpn-y st. Iv. Ii. IWtok. pastor. ML Zian 11.: N. Hlrdspll aL Rer. R. Keiinel. I I-. paator. Sunday i hool at 'i J&) 2. ki ; Mr. Adü 'llutcb Ins.n. lupfrlntndent. I'1r wHh Corner Laurel anJ Napier atl. trvlcs at 10:t0 a. xn. auJ 7 p. in. CHRISTIAN. nrt-S. Main iU south of puMlc ; il'ur.iry. Kev. John !. A:exaud-r. pastor. oii(!ay a'-Lool nt 9:?. VifU-rUk Ii. TtLlatad. auperlnt tid nt Our tfacbrra rp trailed' and les na graded. We hare clashes for all afc'-s. Morninp: rrs!n nt M:10. Sermon ty j tt(- jiaitor. lopli-: "So.w- "f t!if I'i'-i lit Se and lTn- t!.- hun h Mu-t j M- t Tli-iii." IlM-nin t-rvii- at 7 :';'). ! AffT tl.f m rnion tlir.-- r-fis .f in-vln pi. tu; iviSl ! vlimii t-n t i 1 1 -1. "The SoiitI,-i wr " Spt-ti.il n;iii- No tli iiioriiln .-1 1 i 1 r.-nin'' l.y t'.,v quartet S nl ir Christian Lndravfr at :;U. Tupi--: '-llduc-atli'ii. ti.e !oora.iy t' St-r Strunz-! and visitors In th ify n if cordially iuTited to woriilp uit!i lis. Indiana. Arcniif Indiana and Witwer am. lU'x. V. A. Urund'?. pastor; rs-Jd'-rnc. H.iiiey nx. iliM? si-hool at It . in.; It. White, .superlntndf nt. l'r'd Wilson, horlstfr tt th achool. pof-lnl musir at thN scrTif iiy t. or iiet! .i Th" t"a 1.ts and lasses you. Communion and ju-rriion .it 1::ui :i m. K. I'.atty lioriter. II"ir Ho' fl.i from tli" convention by tin pastor. Kvonlnir M-nium sHjf t: "Tlie Law of (irtntli " Tli" puidi-- cordially invited t tliis trvl Juniors will nit et at ,:;'. p ni.: Mis. .Moff ifott. uperiu f iident. V I'. S. i:. at :- : Miss Mi" J'.rundi". pie-ident. I'rayer and P raise xivhe on Wednesday nllit at 7 Linden Arenue C'hnrrh of Ctariat Linden nv. nnd fdrllslo st Her. F.d art ("aatle. p.iutor. l'reachlng at 10:"W r.. ni. ond 7:' p. u Sunday st-bool nt 3:C0 a. in. CLrlstlan Eadearor at 6:iJ p. in. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. Itr.wl.. n ."I l Trn..,lll'or TeT- T m ..1. 1. iiti'iiu 11 tt.' . v - 5 i field Johnson, pastor; residence. 1412 s. Carroll st. Sunday hchool at a. ni : I., s. Fisher, superintendent. I'rea'hns at JO by the pastor. Sermon su!i"t: Infinite Resoune at Our IMxpos il." Yountf I'eople's allianee at 1:15 p. in.; Mln.s Uessie Rhineliart. president Fvenins tob-; "IMm-ation. the Doorway to Service." II Tim. 2:15, I. uke i:!)" Miss Aj;nes 7."liner. leader; I'Jreiiin woisliip at 7:.". Sern ton by the pator. Subjeet: "An Iiuorruptible 'rown." SpfH-ial innvic. Stranprs al ways welcome. The regular monthly business meetluar of the lelta Rible class will be hold at the home of Karl Frederi-ks. 11.11 I'.. Imliana uv.. on Monday evening. May I'D; Arthur I.. Warner, president, l'niyer meeting on Wednesday evening In the chap.l. Cliolr rehearsal on Friday evening at s o'ebx k in the vhapel; I'.oyd Thornton, director. Grace Churrii Cor. Lincoln way W. and Walnut sta. Rev. U. O. Lozler. mln liters. Sumlay school at TJ-'M. G. F. Witt, superintendent. I.f-vin: 'Jesus Fxenisins Kindly Authority." Mark 11:15-1. '7-;i.;. Moiu Inx w orship at lt::u. Tlieme : "Our I tifailitii: Comiaiilon." At i":" the Vouns I'eople's alliance will meet and tlNcu-s the suhJiH t. "Filiieatloii. the Itix rw ay to Service." At 7 :." th" even ing service will be held. Theme: Christ's Kstiniatlon .f the Ievil." The midweek prayer anil fellowship meet In;; will be held ou Wednesday evening at 7 ::a. lirst T.nfnyette n? Monroe sts. Rev. W. II. Frcshley. pastor Sunday acbool at d.-r-O a. m. ; iieorge J. Lon. superla ten den t. Lesson: "Jesus Exercising Authority." Mornlni; wors-hip nt 10 :.'.( and sermon by thy pastor lu keeping with I'en fev.st. Special number bv the choir. V. 1. A. at 7 o'clock; Clara Loi katldt. president. Subject: "Education. the Doorway to Service:" Ralph Dun.ke. leader. Ralph and Mabel Dumke will sln a duet. Sermon bv the pastor at 7::. I'rayer meeting Wednesday niirht at s o'clock; 4ieorpe J. Lonir. leader. The missionary eonunlttee will meet at lose of prayer meeting. Choir rehearsal Thursday at s o'clock. Auten Chapel W. H. Mygrant. paster. Sunday school at K;0 a. m. ; Jessie Rar lis. superintendent. Chrltiin Endeavor every Sun-lay evening at T :-". Topic for May l'. : "Education, the Doorway to Service." led by Clarence Anderson. W. I Nit- hit will make a talk on Mi" Niuht in a Rar Room." and Miss Alvina Mtchie will -ive a vOial solo. There will be a violin solo bv J:y Walz. EVANGELICAL. Zion--Corner Wayne and St. Peter sts. Kev. Waldemar iofteney, pastor. Morning service at io;::o. In connec tion with this servi(" holy eomuiunion will be observed. English service at 7 :"i p. ni. St. Veter' German IIS TT. Lasalle nv. Rev. IInpo Welehelt. pastor. Sunday school at y;0 a. m. ; Carl Reinke, super intendent. LUTHERAN. Holy Trinity Fiiigflah Sherman ar. anil Llndsey st. Rev. Albort II. Keeit. p istor. Sundxy a hool at 0:15 a. ni. ; Edward Motts, "superintendent. Classes for all age. Adult Rihl class taught bv the pastor. Subject f lessi n : Dis. iplex flruiation n.e Holy Spirit for i hrlst s i t HUT servb e with -on-.and holy rommunlon at 1 : : .0 a. m. A class be su firmed of six young pop!" will Fhev n re : I.innea !'. k- gren. Cecil pdoom. II i Id i r.uhlaud. I..r othy Ilass. Loretta Ib'stcttler. nnd, L1 ward Kregh. The pastor sublect at this service will be "Tli" Chrisrian Soldier " .Inn lor league at 2: p. in. Luther league devotional "rv ice at ti:4ö p. m. V espers w ith sermon at 7 :'-0 p. in. Sub ject: 'The Day of Pentecost." The brotherhood will i:a et on Tuesday even lnu at tie home of Leslie Mac'orkle. v7 Sherman av. The auuual ele tbu jot ofTlcrTs will be bell. Prayer an 1 j ..US'- jroi'i' o .1 ii i'.u.."'i.o ;ii t . t. j i. r: Choir rehearsal on Frld iv at :Otl p. in A thimble will be held 'Thursday i afternoon at the home of Mrs Frank j Fisch, -r. N'7 Shern.an av. All the wom 1 en of t.e ci :. gregatl ui are Invited to at tend. GlorU Del Swedish Chapln and Kerr ts. Kev. iottfrld Olson, pastor. Sun day !, oi at a- m. and Rlble clasi at 9 i: a m. Minilii; service at 1::. preeeded by b i tlu; il servb e. The scnin n will be preav hed on .lohn H:lö--Jl. an! suble t. "'hrSt's Promise: t Will Nor Leave YU Coi.ifortle." Fvenlng service at 7 :.".. 11 serir.on will be based on A. ts 2:14- 11. i:bie.-t. "The Work of the llolr iho-r --Wb.-n'r Where and H-.w" Ti:edav evening tli" Rulbling society n:.-. -ts in t!." eh".r h at regular hour. 1 1: i rd a v afternoon. Ladies' Aid nu-et-i:.g. and In the evening eholr rehears.il at 7:."' Friday evening, th" Dorcas s i r y w 111 meet at 1 '..t F. Dayton st on invitation f Mis Selm i Pierson and Mls Ann i iNon. Saturday evening the !'A;,rd of dci.c.;:s meets In the rectory at oYloc k. t. Taul's r.ernia l .TcfTers n and Wll im sts Rev H. Hrdle. pastor. Ger- m.iri service at 10".O a 1:1. Sunday school. th. Con. and and I l!sh at 9:31 n I and fourth 7 :..o p ni F "g'l'h ervi -es on s". i sin I.m s f ti e month at U"irt ! r Oerm.ia ermon Ct.: ist:. in Chnr. !i " Whither R'". class ire. ts Tu l.iv at "cOo The rue i.t ' j y l j I.i-t::eran ai j p 1,1 , . . . CMUIvL.H 1 h y of th meets " St. Thürs. Paul's lay at i 1.1 OF GOD OF THE AHFAHAMIC FAITH. Chunh of God of the AHraham Faith. ri I bLNU MtN IU vÜJlv&ö) TnrBinnrn rnnnn Servlres in MHrll hall. 212 fayt-tte l.ivd.; Sunday arhool at 1-' A. Stilton, aupprintendotit. Ulh;? tudy at 11 J) a. in.; l'!oyl Stil a n. loader, l'.erean i.n--ti;i? :i 1 r I ' '.y ereain? at tie honi cf ieorje J. Kalm, 312 li. South kt- VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. ijoapel miaion. 430 S. MIoiiitraa at. All Cfcrlatiari accJetles Inrited to a hlj cpen air mctinc every Wednesday. Fri day, Saturday and Sunday night, corntr Wayne nnd Ml li'.pan strebt ild-fipb-ioned r'jspel njeetinz at Volunteer nila- ion Lall Sunday niht. Ev.ryhody la vited. All welcome. MISSIONS. MrnnonHe Hop S21 E. Jefferson ldrd. Sunday s hool at p. m l'ra( Li!ip :;t .':." p. ia. I'rtKhhis and 7:.'Ä P- rn. Serr Ices every night except Wedueaday. Marv Nunei"aker in charge. City 115 K. J'-ffrrtoD Mvd. Riy Bird, superintendent. Sunday f.hf.ol at 3:00 p. in. Mine class at 4 :W p. in. Kvt'Uiiij servke at 7 Gospel i:;i E. Easa'le nv. Services Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday even ings lit 7:3o. Sunday school at 10:00 a. :u. each Sandajr. SPIRITUALIST. The rif.giesslve Spiritual society will hold services at 7 :3u p. in. every Sunday at :;ö S. Michigan ft.. Reil men's hall. Speaker, C. A. Thompson. Experience meeting. Mtbage bearera: Mrs. S. I'.. Weaver. Mr. E A. Thompson. William Hool. and Dr. i. L. Work. Everybody invited. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Meets every Monday nt 10:00 a. m. at the Y. M. C. A. Resident and visiting miulsters always wekoine. I'resident. J. A. Rurnett; vice president. W. II. Freshley; secretary treasurer. Ii. E. En terline. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS. Woman's Club bail, roon 221. J. M. S. building. Sunday. 3:0i p. rn. Lei tu re by (Jraut Whitmyer of Elk hart. At 7:;x) p. m , study ou th" Lao dicean period .f the chimb. Wednes day -sit :o p. ni., prayer m-ctlng. Fri day at p. m. Taberunde Shadows. JEWISH. Temple Ileth-LI Corner L.asal at. and Tnylor st. Julius Leibert. rabbi. CHURCH OF COD. Church of God or Saints Chapel on Harrison av. one block uoitii of Lincoln way W. DCs Austin, pastor; J. L. For syth and t. H. Leek, assistant pasters. Sunday achor.I at 0:45 a. ui. ; A. U U irk ley. superintendent. lMeachlng service at 11 :H) a. ni Ser mon bv II. V. Reed. Rerean meeting on Friday evening at the lioin Stilsoi -111 II.iTiev nv of Floyd J SALVATION ARMY. 000 E. Jefferson blvd. Sunday serv ices: Morning:, county Jail. 1:'; Sun day school, 2:30; open air service. 7:30; Indoor service. S :30. Era er mee ting 7 0. Capt. NeLemlai Juoks. ußicer iu charge. SCIENTIST. lirst Church of ChrUt, scientist Main and Madison sts. Sunday servi-vs at 11 : a. ni. Testimonial nut ting every Wtdne-day at S:(nt . in. Sunday school for children and voihist people up to the I ape of 20, from y:45 to 10:;) p. in. Suu day tichiMil utraiue on Madisou st. Keudlng looms maintained by the church on the seventh rloor of the J. M. S. building-, ate open daily except Mill day from 12 to 5. and on Saturday even ing from 0 to .'S. EVANGELICAL MISSION. Swedish Kvangelical Main and Mon roe sts. Rev. Emil Winstedt. past r. Sunday school at U:30 a. u.; August Anderson, superintendent . Morning service at 10:3O. In the Morning service immeiicement exer cises will be given by the continuation class. The following are to receive dip lomas: IMlth Carlson, Mildred John son. Gertrude Gustafson. Louise Reig steilt, Anna Nelson, Helen Johnson. Agues Knutson. Roy Moberg. William Johnson and Arthur Hafstroni. Young People's meeting at 4 p. ni. : Miss Hanna Rergstedt. president. A great reunion service will be held at 7:45 in the evening by the former confiniatloii classes. Special singing will be render ed. Thursday at 2:.".o p. in., the Ladies' Aid soeietv will meet at th" home of Mrs. Cai 1 's anson. 7 ".4 W. Lasalle a v. Thursday at 7:45 p. in., prayer meeting BRETHREN. Flrsi-Rev. G. W. Kcncb, D. tor. Sunday a nojl at ii:30 a. m Firestone. superintendent. P . pas- ; Barley Primary school meets ;it the s.tme hour; Miss Margaret Whltmer. superintendent Wor sliip with sermon at 10:." a. m. and 7:J0 p. in., the pastor preaching. Morning subject: "Christianity's New Law Service." At the evening service j In ly coiuinunio'l will be oliservcl. Prayer meeting ou Wednesday at i :.o p. m. l irst Church of the Brethren Indiana av and Miami st. Rev. T. E George, pastor. Sunday sc hool at 0:00 a. iu. : on Wednesday evening at 7 :".0 o'clock. V. G. stihly. superintendent. Second ( linrrh of the Ilrethren-- ushlng and Van P.nren nts. Kev. It. O. Roose. pat r. SundAj" irUcol at 0:."0 a. m.; Wesley Zimmerman, m pel intend ent. Preaching at 10:! a. iu by Rev. C. C. Cripe of North 1. 11 erty. In the evening nt u::t a special program win ie ieii- dere.l bv the Missionary Volunteer band of the Rethany Rlble v. liool of Chh-ago. The jTograni will be featured with spe cial music, reading", and stirring mes sages by these volunteers on present day problems as they relate themselves to the great werk cf the church in war times. Prayer meeting Tues lay even ing at 7:45. Conference Memorial United 010 S. St Joseph st Rev. D. L. Young, pastor. Si:niay school nt 0:iX a. m. ; C. L. V11 fon. superintendent. HPISCOPAL. St. James'-'Lafayette St.. north of Washington. Rt. Rev. John Hazen White, rector: Rev. II. F. White, vicar. Holy communion at 7 :." a. m. Suml.ry m hooi at ü:4ö a. m Morning prayer and sermon at 11:00 a. m. Vespers at .": p. rn. Young people's meeting i.t ti:.".0 p. ni. CATHOLIC ered Heart. Notre Dame Rev. John i. Scbeter. C. S. C. pastor. Low mass ..t ü:Ky a. Ui. Students' mass at s :(.) a- m Parish mass at 10:13 a. in. Vespers at 2 CO p. m. St. Stephen's Hungarian Thomaa and Mcpherson tts Lev. Lawrence Her rath, pastor. Mass at S:00 and 10:13 a m Sunday school at 2 :UU p. m. 15n-edlctb-n at 3:00 p. m. St. Patrlrk's "07 S. Tayior st- Rev. John . De(;roote. C. S. C.. pistor. I.ni luas-.cs at Ü:'s. 7 :M and 9 XK) a m. Higa Ullis and wrui-iQ at 10:.. Raptisai at r r-i. Vespers at 3 .T'.0 n in. Sun- day school at 3:00 p. hur h societies at 4 :uO m. Met-ting p. m. of St. UeJnise' I'olUh Corner Scott 1 ;m l Napier sts Rev. A::tli C. S. C. pastor. Low tnas and 10:0) a. m Sunday a 10 a. m.. uv Zunowlcn. I mass ai o;u p. m at 7:3i. ui)incsday evening at hool at 2:"0i p. ni ReiH-dictio.'i at 2:C0 p. m St. Stanislaus' Polish 415 N. Lin-o:n st. Rev. II. man M irciuiak. pastur. Mass at 7:30. 9 (o ad 10:i-O a. m. St. Mary's German TH S. Taylor st Lev. J. M Scherer. C. S. C. pastr. Mass it 7:30 and 10.i a. in. Sunday ivhol at 2:30 p. rn. Rer.edi tin at Z.'X p. m. t. (almlr' PolUh s-; s Webster It. Rev. St'l.ishr.is Oork.:. past.-r. Low n:ass st 7 :.".o a. ui. High mas at 10 :v& a. ni. Veper at g :(V p. m. St. Adrlbert's Polish olive and Gr.ve Us. Rev. John Kubackl. pastor. Dally i nnin Riir-ii rn HhR .Hhhhtl U i iiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi CANTONMENTS United States Army is Being Brigaded With Big Allied Forces to Stop Great Hun Offensive. WASHINGTON. May IS. Evi dence of the. üueces of emergency measures to bring Ainerican man power to the aid of the French and british armies in repelling the Ger man drive came Friday with the announcement that American troops had reached Flanders and gone Into training behind the LJritish lines there. Otlicial reports were lacking tonight, but Sec'y Baker and army orficials accepted press advices that the first contingent of the forces to be brigaded for training and oper ations with the British army had arrived. Soldiers from Gen. Pershing'e army have been in line with the French and Hritish in front of Amiens for some time but the de cision to send additional forces from this country direct to the Hritish army was n.ade after the Rreat Ger man drive launched March 21 was well under way. Les3 than months have been required to the first of these troops across sea and into position. Cannot Indicate XumlKTs. Nothing is: available at the two set the war department to indicate the identity or numbers of the men in Flanders. It is probable, however, that the national army regiment leviewed recently in London by Kin? George is included. The infantry and ma chine Run units of the division to which the regiment was attached probably constitute this first Ameri can force to appear in the Flanders theater. The men. it is noted, are described as beinp; "in tiaining" in the British zones. That is taken here to mean that they are being brigaded with British divisions in reserve and will get their final seasoning ijuicklv through this close association with the veterans of Sir Douglas Haig's army. Unless a preat emergency arises when the German assault is resumed, it is not regarded as prob able that th American battalions will be employed on the front line for some time. 1111 Up liritNli Divisions. The immediate result of greatest importance probably Is that the battalions of British troops dis placed in these divisions by the Americans will be available to till up other British divisions to full strength or for the organization of new British divisions, as Gen. Hais deem.? best. To that extent, the Americans are now acting as rein forcements for the British lines. It is anticipated that a limited amount of additional training; under exist ing conditions will round them into ?hnpe for any work that may be as signed to them later. If the course of the German of fensive permits, the same practice followed in training Gen. Pershing's original forces probably wi'l be car ried out in Flanders. In that case, the divisions with which American units have been brigaded will be given front line duty in quiet sec tors for a time until the Americans are seasoned to trench warfare. Thereafter the divisions undoubted ly will be used wherever the course of battle takes them. The Ameri cans are a part of the British army until it shall seem wise to withdraw thorn for service directly under Gen. Pershing. CRADl WTIOX Graduation portraits are an es sential part of the graduation pe riod because of their sentimental and historical value. We are specialists in .graduation portraiture and n.s we can assure vou of highly artistic and satisfac tory result?, we solicit an opportun. ity to serve you. The McDonald Studio. Adv. AUYAVS ON TTMi:. Ic the man who buys one of our standard makes of watches. This jewelry' store has established a rep utation for having the moat reliable vratches made, and years of Exper ience where the utmost accuracy in v.atches is demanded qualifies js to know what a good watch is and how to repair and adjust It to your satisfaction ID tu 257c discount on vatches this month. Chas. M. Schuell. 218 South Michigan st. Advt. HAVE Tili: SAMP. GOOD ATTEX. TION. The large depositor and the small depositor receive the same courtesy and respectful service at this bank. We put forth our best efforts to make dealing here a pleasure. We ask you to favor us with your tank ing business, whether it is little or much. No account Is too large none too small to receive our good attention. Merchants National Bank. Advt. DR. J. rJCTtKK. Broken glasses duplicated. No fancy prices. 230 S. Michigan it. i 32 1-20 Advt. Holy hour. Wed S o'clock. Sunday :'-ss at XW and 10:00 a. m. SL Joph'a Hill st. and Laal at. P.itri-k J. Carroll. C. S. C.. pastor. L'vr : ni;irf at :.' anl 9:0o a. m. High ' mass at 10 x0 a. m. Pt nedlction at 3 qj p. m. Sacred Heart Beljclan 1 125 W. Thom as st. Rev Charles V. Fischer, pastor. Mass at 7 :VJ aud U:.".d a. u. Sunday chojl at 2Z0 p. Reuedlctlon at 3 i)j p. S3. St. Msry of the Holy Itosarv. Tollsh National CathnMe Hev. Hisil Sychfa. P-stor. Sundays: First mnss .it 00 a' '.; l.lgh mass ar'd sermon at 10:0u a. a.; Sunday school at 2.00 p. a. MRS. H. R. M'MULLEN, FORMER RESIDENT HERE, BOOSTS LIBERTY LOAN INDIANAPOLIS, May 1?. For mer Auditor of estate William O' Brien and Mrs. Harry R. Mc.Mullen of Aurora, Ind.. have received mes sages of congratulation of state and national committees of the third Liberty loan for their work in plac ing Dearborn county at the head of the list of Indiana counties in the last drive. Mrs. McMullen deliver ed ten speeches to mass meetings throughout the county and was one of the most active workers of the woman's f-ection of the Liberty loan committee. Mrs. McMullen is a former resi dent of .South Bend. he is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Jaquith of this city. ANDERSON MAYOR RESIGNS ANDERSON. Ind., May 1?. J. H. Mellett. democratic mayor of Anderson for five years past, re signed last night. In a special session cf the city council Mellett stated he resigned because his business interests demand his attention. He was succeeded by William J. Black, former sheriff of Madison county, who was appointed city controller yesterday, apparently in order that he should automatically succeed Mellett. Charles E. Smith, who resigned as city controller yesterday when he learned that Black was to be appointed, refused appointment as city controller last night. Mayor Black said he had no further ap pointments to make and that there would be no immediate changes in the administration. Mellett s credited with saying he has offers in a business way at Indianapolis and elsewhere and that eventually he may leave Anderson. YOU'LL nr: strnrrusED To see the wonderful display we carry In automobile supplies. There Is nothing of any particular Import ance you will not find here, and we want you to know our prices are right down where you like to eee them. We have only the best and we believe we can fill your wants satisfactorily. Twentieth Century Garage. Phone M66. AdvL RETUULIC MODFTL 10 Is built complete and rady for service, being equipped with a stake or express body, according to your choice. Al?o with a bow top to protect driver from the weather. It's ready for Immediate action and will show you a profit from the very day It starts work. South Bend Republic Truck Co.. 315 E. Jeffer con blvd. Bell phone 2030. Advu MR. FARJtEU t We h&ve everything in the farm implement line. Before you buy come In and look over our stock. You M not only save time but money. for oar prices are right down where you like to see them. No trouble to show or demonstrate our goods. Come and talk It over. Llndahl Bros.. 515-517 S. Michigan at. Advt. j South Bend Markch GRAIN AND TEF.D. (Corrected Dally by J. AV. Hurrell, starr Mills, Hydraulic Av.) WIG! AT Paying $2.dO per In. (ATS lNi vlug sOo; eeillug ?l per bu. RYE Paving. SI) bu. P. RAN" Selling. $1.00 per hundred. MIDDLINGS Selling. 'c2 per hundred. CHU1TLD FLLl Selling, :iCO per ewt. SCRATCH FLKD Sellin?. $4 per ewt. HAY. STRAW AND FELD. (Corrected Dallv hy the Wealey Miller Flour ami Feel Co., 420 i. Mich igan St.) HAY Paving, : selling. $i" to ?30. STRAW Paying. $10 per ton; selling. 75o per bale. OATS paving. 'AU-; selling. SI. 10. SHLLL CORN Paying. $1.70;. selling. $2 FAR CORN Paylu 100, selling. Sl.Tsi. TIMOTHY SLED Paying. $1 per bu.; belling. $4..V per bu ALFA LA F SFLD ( Montana grown) selling, ?ir per bu. CLnVF.K SKKD-Paying. 20 bu.; sell ing. $22 SOL ULANS Soiling. $4.75 lj. CUW PL'AS Selling. 170 bu. LIVK STOCK. (Corrected Daily by Major Bro., S. Lo ran St.. MlsbawaUa.) IH:AVV FAT ST FLICS Fair to good, 7; v; iirime. l5M0c. HOCS- looiits lbs.. I.V.; 120130 lbs., lC4c; loli) lbs.. lGc; Kl2i.0 lbs.. 17c. PROVISIONS. (Corrected Dally by F. XV. MuHIer, 217 1. .Jeaernn nnua VEUFTAMLFS New southern pota toes. 10c lb.: old potatoes, paying. selling. s.V bushel. I'ICITT oranges, esse. $7.ftG; elling. lorr;s) per doz. ; lemons, case, $4$"?, seUing. iak"(Ti$1.20 doz. RFTTF.R ÄND VM 4S Creamery but ter, paying. 43e; selling. 4Sc; ggs. 32c; selling, ilöo dox. SLEDS. (Corrected Dalyl by Warner Lros. Seed Store. 114 K. Wa ns !M- T I M ( )T 1 1 Y 4 2Gi $4.75. l:i:i CLOVFR- $l$22. WHITi: CFOVRR ALSIKL-fl4 yi'n.X). ALFALFA 5 IP' 14 swi:irr Lovi:R-$ir,5i$i5. COW PR AS $4 75TJ7. SO Y RFANS Wo ü'O. r.i.n: cjrass 54. FIlhLD PL AS 4 30Ö $5 73. M I LLFTT -"."'.'O $-1.73 ; i: r m a n mil li:t-?3 57 .:;75 J A P A N I I : M I L L irr- e 2 :T2 $3. MAMMOTH C LO K I C .'3. I'01'LTRY AND MEATS. (Corrected Dally by Jlnuule's Market, 123 L. Jefferson ltlvtl.) VFAL Paying. 17c; selling. 15Q3.V. RLKF Roast. 3V: boiling. LM-; por terhouse. joff'Xv; sirloin. 45'i3Cw. HAM Paying. 2,.lvr. elllug. 3.3c. LARD Paying. 2S-. selling. 32o. 1 ISH. (Corrected Daly by the F.twood Fish Poultry and Sea I'ood Market. XV. VVashlnfton Av.) FRIhSII FISH Dr. No. 1 sin iked sal mon. 32c Ib.; white fish. 22V.C lb.: fan- y salt maiherel. 224c ib.: bloaters. 2 to 3 lbs. each. 2 lb.; boneless salt cod fish. 'Jv lb.: Finnan haddie. l'JVir. ; Lake Superior givernment suggeitlotig : Brill l.'i'c; sable fish or hlads cod. l?s4c; L?r ring. 12 c. LI PP. MANS. GRKRN III DPS 10c TALLOW-:', rough. Dcat say you aw It la th !cvspaper. Say News-Tlmci Buv War. . Savings Stamps Corset Demonstration All Next Week We are pleased to announce to our patrons a demonstration of the noted Bon Ton Corsets. Arrangements with the Royal Worcester Corset Company have made it possible to obtain Miss Blaney, expert corsetiere, who has had wide experience in corset fitting both from a fashion and surgical standpoint. Visit our Corset Dept. and review the new and beautiful Bon Ton Corsets. OIIR ECTF O These advertisers are experts in their line, and worthy this directory up for ready reference. t H A THEM gatestires Cast z Au Much WAR TIMES Makes It Necessary to Economize. Let Us Save You 80 of Your Footwear Bills. 'SOLE 3 Qualiiy Shoo Repair i3oN.Michiqan St. BEFORE BRING IT HERE We Fix Watches Right Jewelery Repaired and Remodeled CLAUER'S JEWELRY STORE coitsirr HOSPITAL. l irst (lass Altering and Repair Work. Modi-rate Fharjies. Maternity Attachments Put in Old or Ne'v Corsets. $1.00. xtj noxi: COHSITT SHOP Reil Phono 3 HU. Horn- Phone 1321 8. Miehlcan St.. Ground 1'Ioor. lHCVCLKS Hrpnirtfl. All Werk Ionc by Exrcrt and Guaranteed il. A. CinoSlI, 22 Y. Wah.. Interior Decoration Wall Paper Picture Frames The I. W. Lower Dec. Co. Your Tiro Troubles are our trouble. Always at your serv ice. See Uh! IYcc Air! S IM COLFAX VULCANIZING CO. A. Sfhulx-Tt, Iroj. Ill W. Colfax Av. II. I. 8293. Holland Pumare make wann friend.. Ask your nclshbor. rm w J. M. GiblKin-:. Ascnt. 301 i:. Ivslie Ao. II. Phone 8"79. Union Trust Company Sf Deposit Boxes with ipecUl facil!x!a Tor ths privacy of cub torner. UNIOK SHOE CO. 233 S. Michigan St 11 Robertson BubTiifeCoiPANY Business 'WÄLrrPi Hours: . y&$r$ J f 1 Ii V fey- xaylOR'S BIG TIRE SHOP U2 ,efferson Blvd Phones: Bell 610; Home 5610 SAVERS" AFTER WM. J. NEIDHART Picture Framing to Order. Wall Paper anil Paints Repairing a Specialty 114 H. Jefferson P.Iv.l Home Phone iSliirrnicl) Agentu for C,;:t V. z- Purr. All kiuds ilfsicl awl i't;. i r"l. A. MASK & :27 Lin'oln Way W. II. P. 5HI TIH2 A,:t'' TIn R REPAID t r v a d o l new. We Löjw how. V w l--pt Prl'--s. I tV x LIVsHNMHR ft'. :; V ' A TIHF MltM" X Midi. St P ; c y c e :- f-old unl rf-,r Ü: t d. t t ri i l A P f 9 rv: i n r an do k .... i . . . your work right and rt.i.-or.:ible. 122 S. MICHIGAN ST. Home SC l. Hell l.lio South Bend M. T fiat hi:novatok or i im:s and gi:.ts hats. rNI) WORKMANSHIP. j:ti i:. lasai.li: AVi-:. A Jewelry Store for All the People CLAUER'S illchlsTJua. Near Wasldngton. WARNER BROS. Seed cruJ Farm Machincrr IU Z. Wares St Buy Thrift Stamps S:3" to 5:30 Saturday 9 JO. W7e Have a New Service for You Possibly you wish to make up your own gar ments, but have some trouble in cutting the gar ment needed. Mrs. Wiley of mir pat tern dept. will help you. She will cut and tit any garment when the mater ials are bought at our store. Charges for this serv ice Suits, Coats and Dresses, SI each. Skirts, 5oc and 75c. of your patronage. Paste TA YLOR'S The biet Tire Repair Shop in the city. Taylor made Iiis "Rep" by repairing Auto Tires. All work done by expen. All work guaran teed. Bring in your Tire. "BROWNIE" Who is he? He's the guy that put "Weld" in We'lding. He welds everything that is weldable" Bring in your cracked or broken auto parts. MAIN WELDING CO. 124 S. St. Joe St. i. jnii i)'t r-r f;:.isns'- M.Miv all-'r-r i:.'iits .'irr n . I ' y-s;?si;' I'.V V c.'l k i'e i i" 1 rlv ntfed' ulas- "' 1. t m ,1 T;l - i if .oir --s DR. E. SPANGLE :'.:, J s. yihh. st. Holl 17 IT.. Hon.e r.nCj. VIV ' & M.t h!r.. ,::pht .f H.iTf rsf'k. t).- "W!. r :M!. n 1 v.rv little r ;airi;.L. but he tt- iii w hat he 't;.e;s n-i!. SAVE THE PIECES Wo ran ilur.llrnt r Tcric or other Irtisoc. DR. J. BURKE 2.'.t South Michigan St. If your Ad was hers, ethers would see it. Call News-Times and Ad man will call cn you. vor git mvi.i: PIH)i: 2M0. The Latest m LADIES' WEAR. T. S. GARLAND & CO. 139 S. Michigan St. EVERY SHOE a Bargain Shoe at GUARANTEE SHOE COMPANY r Ni m Bleachery