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SATVKPAY AITKK.VOOX. MIVKMIinit 23. I9J8.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-Tlivl
Simday
MET HOD IS 1 .
Tlrat TV.'. .T. N. I I..
'mtT; ."'a.'. .S. Miin .a-s ;.t 'J ' ' a
in. hur1 !.'! jit ',:;? : m. I'atilic
worship at tO:i a. :u fin i ":.'? p. iti
Mrna'c rr-vn. b'-.el. J"t. Tb
ro4ns of tl.- Wori 1 ." venire t.
ir.n. 7... 8'ibj.- T, ".;.,; I'i. '.: "from
tU War."
Bl. ragt Memorial TY!f ax C) L
rort . Hr Jim 1. rrtlMf, I
I, rtor. .wur4ay aod at '' -U a. rn.;
A. Kr! n. hi rl n t r. ! T.f
M rrl::' s.:t! t p:i.'. -' k I'is-b-r's
.!'.;. t. 'Th- H!:. -t Kir. 1 .f
l tiankrli !-.t " K;i'.orlJi i.Mjnv ervl-.
!! I-T K'.'.rf II ' nt :.''. p rn. ; ; .i
tU") tt r i at 7-' p. ia ; tbJ re by
ir!n)tr- n "!! Cbrit'i ;rT Üti
rsl." f.!lM rT mf!' ti picture ia
tLr.- ;-u if "Tic fart Jr'niii Played
tu Wli.tilri,- t War."
Cfiff-Co'DT MlrfiTrr nJ Tutt st.
U HUhnM H Crowlr. rastor. CIbss
ireef'rur at 1'J o'cJork. Lwa. K'inday
hc.nl at a::.o a. ia. ; Cb-:a Wbtb.-ruiij.
j;riofeficI-ijf.
Rhrr Park Svr lit fi 5t. M.'ith of
M!ba hVm is v. !... Il'di-o. r'
tor. Sunday srbo' at 9 a. u.; Mar
shall Bill, a ;t! nten-l-nt.
LwsM Urif hta- -MIppt nnd Francis
tta Her. (iuy U. Jla-k. pastor. Sundar
ack&ol at s:45 a. na.; Ii. C. Dclonj,
uprlntecdii I.
Trinity Bitte and Yaar tb. Tier.
M'Tin t. Hunt. rtor Wbl nhol at
a. m. Kiplolph K!l:i. F'ip'-rlnt.Mi -
P-nt. ?lrntrr worship Mt 10:4i lt!i
t-riiH n by pustr. On account of thp
unit.n n:c-tiJiT at tli? Mtrh S'hool, th-r
vlll b no -Tnij. ttW-.
I"lwfrth MTrKr4aI. err. L!n-n r. ay
W., ari-J OMvf Kt.. ltcv. V. Sitz-r.
Pstnr, uriljy !fl.'il at I :'50; !lfiin
l intiy, Mjprlntcii'lent
Mfirulnj: hrvlr 1 ü ; 4". to which, all htp
frir.t ror!lnlly lnTitetl. Special mmlc
win b given Ny r!i r.-iolr; ev tiln? k r
Tlr f.crrin ft 7 nflork. Th- ivr-or-lnteri'ient
wlnbe! t infft h 11 mrt;lr of
th 'hilHtma pr-jram rommltt'-e Iidi:!--llately
f'.llowtriS Sur.-iiy ecbm-1. A
uiffiii of th- iHirltt l.nurd hi- r.f-n
' aill f'r V1--X k Suii'l'.y venlr. t
dSi'MMs vitally Important n;attr Tli
paatr uri,'f that every ru-aiSr ?.' pn-s-
nt.
xtull MenmrlaJ f hurrh. C r. S. Ml I I
fan and Victoria St. . C'h.irU II. !.
on. I). C L... paator. Huu1ny ein! nt
10 a. tu.. Joüri Eil wards. hupriiitiMnlnt.
Ptil.I1- rrMp 11 a. m . anbjwt. "T'i
.New litxriOod ilcpirl." JJpw.-.rth
leai'ij- tküU p in.; prl a-rvice 7 :.".o p.
10., pul'ject, "The Christianity of Jn."
Motjdny S p. ro. the Ur. Henry 1 Iiit1
will deliver a tnen.tge to the hufh iiüd
hold the flrat quarterly confrrenr.
Crnaan Lafayett bird, and Wayna
at. Her. II. 8. illllcr. pastoi. Sanday
?Lool at 0:W a. re.; John Koch, anr-er-JBtendent
Treachinc at 10:30 a. ra. and
70 p. m. Kpwortü len.r. at 7:00 p.
m. l:ayer in?ilag TV'edceeday at 7:43
p. m.
Uymn 722 K. Broadway. Rev. G.
rajri. pastor. Sunday btor.l at 0:3y
a ra.: V' I'orter. lupprintcnrtent.
FREE METHODIST.
Trea Metbodlat IVntmylrania ar. and
Rush at Iter. VV. E. Webster, paater.
nnday achool at 9:30
m.
l'aal
Nftdt?.!. iUperlrndrsL Trcacliiar at
10;GO a. m. and . uaJ p. ra.
AFRICAN M. E.
OlUet A. M. E. 310 TV. Monrtx at
ReT. A. T. Rt? Jiir, paator. Claas meet
!cff at 10:00 a. ra. Sunday actioo! at
12 .20 p. m. ; Iter. Kll 1. Stewart, auper
Intendent. 1'aylor'a A. M. K. ZIon Corner Eddy
and Ctmpia tu. Her. L. I. Powell
p.atfr.
PRESBYTERIAN.
ITefmlnitr Scott and I,n1ey sta.
Ret. Alfred M. F.ella. 1. D.. pastor; rea
ldenre. tStS N. Scott L Suml ty nohool
at Öu"J0 a. m. ; L. C. WhlU orul. superln-ttnd-nt.
Public won-klp nt 10 :43 a. ra.
and 7 A) p. in. The sni )n nueta be
fore tb morninj: aervice. Senior En
tlvavor aocb'ty aieeta at G:C0 p. m.
Tlrt Corner Washington ar. and La
fayette blvd. Rer. Charles A. Lippln
tott. D. D.. pastor. Misg Charlotte iL
I'artrldep. assistant to the minister.
I'nMtr worship at 1':lf h. ni. ; uddrrss
by thf miulfr: IUM.' f h"jl at '.:,' a.t
r.i.; If n s I"fl!tjvlili ruh at T-;i a. m. ;
yoiiiijr people's fa-etiitr .Tt .":ir p m.;
Coniiiunilt nnisicul Hervicv at 4 p. m.
Program y the t li(-ru- f Hie FirM M.
F. .Mrmorial ln:r-h Mishnualv urid'T
the le.v1rhlp of M1v Tlael Hnrrt. M?v
Mndtf' Woodward U'iuln. oranint. lri
Vldt Shy l'.irk.s. violinist. Thankspiv
lii; sertic.. W-dn'd ! ;tt Tir.tt p. Jn. Ad
ilr'A by Dr. Fr.ra Van Nnyv
Trinity .trhn S. F.jrn. pastor c,n
leave. A. V. Saunders, pastor on duty.
KunJ.iv school nt 0 :. a. in.; F. 13.
French. p' rin tendon t.
f.rnlIiC worship 10:4". ThMikclrln?
errtnn by N Croft, a senior at MCor
tnb k h'niin!iry in ' Ii irrt g, . Tw o n
triKia by the chlr; a dn t by M's II.
Uck and Mr. Pondorf; rhri-tlan Fn
denvor ":4" p. m., 1 iUer. S.-flle Wein
brrfc; ev.Miinj; sermn. " A IJesp tabb"
;'ln-" S..1. t.y M'.s M i.-aibc.-Iiii. A
rorilla'i Ictne and a warm churHt ai-j-ured.
Hap I.eer anl Dayton ata. Hev.
George W. Aüion. 'uinlster. Ribls
achool at 0 : a. m. ; rank Kettrlug.
su fer!ntf nd-nt.
C$rngr Rev. TTarri. rastor. Pnnday
sraool at 3:40 a. in. Dlvina orship at
10:45 a. m. every Sunday. Everybody
r.elcoce.
D APT I ST.
rirst --CornT and '.Vaynt' st
Rev. : S. luvin. I. I.. pitor. lies
l.ler.'v 211 W. Wayne tt. rdbb school
at a. m.; C S. Sttpbecs. superin
tendent.
P:4"i h. m. 'Pro.-f W iis.'ts Tha;ik
ir i v i i . it Prc-i.ir!::it!c!i ::;; i S:1 . tv.
"Miifc p-.p',-'s in-'tinc; T : Tu p tnit
"Thanking iid Kit Aiiit'ci:" Vdiif-i-iay
7:4j . in., TUtnk.:tviu.; praw-r -r-
V ice.
ilulnrr M reel Rev. T. R
Hill!".?!. p.J-
tor. Preachi- -ric.; 1::.; p. . p. r
':t5; prraeh!i:g e-vi.,. 7:i p. r.x.: J. W
1. j . ii i . .
Preav-hli:-' ser i- .
P :.v':
r. . p p.
p. 1: 1 . K.V
tot!t IM'TTlillC
!:..; ;rc:' -Til r. C v ri.'r 7
F. R. Rau".-h win rr-'H- h
nnl evening. Mld-ek prayer
ervi
Wilnes lay rwn;r.g , 1..
Ilnnf irlao I'orner Washinctn
IT
Cherry it. Rev is. lertok. pastor.
1 Irat Swedlb Corner Laurel and
Napier sta. Services at 10:SO a. m md
7 U' p. m
It. Zlen- Rev. .1. R.
Sini'i iv -nt( at a.
'c.irtt. p-sat.T.
in. ,t '!.!. s f r
all
Jt5.
11
CHRISTIAN.
llMt-S. Main St.. south rf public
library. IVv, .Kha I.. Imh f. pator
Suudaj c,ovd ut S 0. Frederb k II
Truland. s'.ip. rintvcJ nt ljr tcaters
are trained nr.d lesns graded. We
tave ciis for all age.
Preachi.-tg s.-rvb t-s 1 4 V r::i. n
"Life's F.r-a:d I'-;e"' Christian En
t:tTr . ."" t..;i . ',. ur.t V vi' M.r ! "
Tl.anks"ivti'g ii'. -ti::g R-::i;i"'.n .or
vi' .-s at 7..'' xlta :i..'i:. p.. turs i
Au.erb a'a Vi t tv lL'ret."
Indiautt Avenue- In llira a:id Wi.'we
iti. Rev. W. A Rruul'j'-. pastor; res
.l''f 2c4 Hr-er a iUM s'-M.o a
9:30 a. iu. ; W. A. Rri-ndU-e. superia
tenient. Fred 'lis n. L.jristtr. Sp-.
iln' mi:t bi h" .-ri hest ri.
ri.nkir1vlnj r illy v-f V' . j.v ! ,; ;
(ht;r. !i 1 . to 11.-- a. iu lle -r t!.- ''
U:iLit a:.. t w -pv r.-a t r 1 v
are artist" r- . -r r i '.! ., ! T!:
iflThtar s.r-'.i.i; 1 " - i : . 1 : - m
iou: v r '" ' V f., i i. '.
'dMi
t cm-.
c . . t
TLInalea Atenae (tiurrti of ( hriat
I.Inden av. a- 1 Carlisle t Err Ed
arard Castle. iator. Prrj-lr.k.- at lL;aj
Slit
t. r.:. nd 7: p rn Sunday a-b.l at
f a m. CLrist.an Endtuwr tt ti:
p. in.
EVANGELICAL
ASSOCIATION.
I!f"'la i; ISraJav. Rer R
;n.-,.i .i-Lus;-n pj.-nr; reabb-c-... iu
r. Crr. ,i t s-iiclay vbol at b ::;0 a.
L-i : S.ii-it)r1 (' f.. )ir nprlntendei,t.
Morniiicr uorsMp P :v. "The ;r:.,o.;v
For a l.t World." . P. A. 'J:!; c. tr.'.
Mi Jlfv.i,. M !:!iiu-hart. pr.!dnf:
t'tie. "ft.unr ,r i.rtU-H" t,.,i:
' Miller. !'-adT : -fii:i4 v .-s,i:; 7 ::.n. "
tra b'i:. In if ir ...n lbii; -.-rvi
earn emiin l:ir:;i: t!i -..prlng
Satur.biy fiiii.j;.
iirnrm (hurrh T.. T.tneo!u wsy W.
".d Walnut ."ts. Itev. O. O. Iotler, ruln
tstera. Sünday aoi.oo! at jirfj. Q. F.
'.it. 'iperlntrr'lent
M'Tntn' -a r ! i 1 j at l';.".i. theme, "O
llf Thank"." Y.'ir;..r I't-opb- r Allbui'-e
jv.il! hr.l.l iTe e,,iiuil I i.wr at i : k"
I.vinirir Tvi'-e at 7 :"'' Mm- mid-ueek
prny r-nii ! f"!!ow inp sen h-t w 1)1 be
t.ld r n W-d n ".:.iy i-vcnin? at 7 :.'.
Flrat IxTjyefte nC Monroe stu. He
'V. II. Freshley. pastor Sunday school
t b .'M a. m. ; CJorge J. Long, superia
teii.Jent.
ilomJnir worship nt 10:nw, Kernc n by
tl.- j.,iitor, .mibject. "A Wenk Strong
Mm V. P. A. at (.V 'bra l. ksb-dT.
presidert; Mibje-t. "(. nnt V'i:r Mrf ie,'
lel by tiie toutiu tnartl-d fxrd-'-s l.iH.
Fenlng wcr-Mp at 7 :':. Praer meet
ing W-i!iiesJay ciybt nt 7:b". b-jrtre
Iri if. Jend- r.
A a ten f tui.el W. If. Mygrant. pasMr
Sunday irHooj at 10:Co . ni. ; Jrt
liari.3. Superintendent.
EVANGELICAL.
ZIon Corner Wavne and St. Teter sti
Rev. Waldemar 'Joffeney, pastor.
Sunday a'Lool a. in., rlis-rs in
FnrliMb. anl b-rfn;in. Mornlnjr worship
at b):.'U). Kubjet, "Home." 'bilstbm
Fudavur 7 p. n.
SL Peter's German 415 TV. L&sa'.le aT.
Rev. lingo Welrheit. pnator. Snnday
r hooi at U.OQ a. in.; Carl KelnWe. super-
Memorial pervles t 10:1." a. m. Sw
lnir irrle meets Friday nfternoi.ii at the
school hall. Prlselila oirele nr-t Wed
nesday 'veniinf at Miss Jladvs Krueger.
IUI S. Franklin st. Tbanksi inp day
sendees Thursday at 10 o'clock.
LUTHERAN.
rly Trinity rnrnstiSurrmao at.
ana r4ndsey st. Rer. Albert II. Kev.
pastor. Sunday arhool at 9:15 a. in. ;
Edward ATtts, siierlntrndpnt,
10u".0 a. ru., rlibf Fervbe with holy
omniuiiion. Krlef eonfesvion.il service
at lO.Ji) a. in.; 7 :.";( p. m.. vespers with
crmon. Annual congregational meeting
TufNd.iy, 7:4." j. rn. Annual reports uiu
eleeth.u of uftirers. ThHitksrivlng ser.
vief' nt the (diurfh Thtirslav 7 in.
.Catechetical Instruction Friday 7 p. m. ;
choir rehearsal ut S p. in.
Cwris tiei rr. ?dish Chapln anfl Kerr
fits. Hev. Cotrll Olson, pastor.
Sunday cbxl V a. nt. and ltible elass
Ö :1."..
The folio-win Sunday the Sunday
Behool imftM an hour laur. Morninir ser
vi e 10 :.X). und evening service 1 The
pastor U1 be ;tvay from the eity over
Sunday, bnt the pnlpit will bo suppllei.
Thanksgiving day serri lo;.'U in the
morning; ami the Ladles' Aid naie iu the
evening. Couüruiatlon elass meets Sat
urday 1 p. ni.
M. raul's Cerma.T JtrfTeraoii anJ Wil
liam sts. Rev. II. Holle, pst.r.
Couregatlou will celebrate Ihe .Vtth
ni.iihcitary of the dedication of thrt
ehur' h. Subjfx t of IrtTninn sermon:
-Tbl is the ;ate of Heaven." Rev.
Schilf ke of Woodland will deliver the
cr.!hu !n the evening. No (Jerinnn Sun
day 8c1km1. Coiigreatiooal uieting ini
ineilately nfter the elo.se of service. ' Wal -tiicr
league monthly aoclal nieetlnt: Tues
day at S o'elock. As uu:hI there will be
service on Thanksgiving day.
BRETHREN.
Ardmore Fundav school at 10:15 a. nt.
Y. P. S C. E. at G:4Tj n. m led Misn
?.'.';-!.' FrSKrSir'-rZ I
j t I Ii U la ''i" J i 11 A
-otnmunity center has been postpone!
until next eck. the dae and speaker
tv te announced later.
First Rev. (i. W. Itencb. D. D.. pas
tor. Sunday srhool at 9:."( a. m. : llarlcy
Firestone. superintendent. Primary
Kcnool nieeta at the same uour; Mils
Margaret Whitmer. aunerlntendei.t. Wor
ship with sermon at 10:."V) . m. and 1:30
p. rn . the pastor preaching.
1 irst Church of the Urethren Indiana
aT and Miami st. Rev. , T. K. George,
pastor. Sunday school at D'JiQ a. ia. ;
P O. Stably, superintendent.
Second I'ushin and Van Ruren sts..
ReT. Ralph ii. Rarb-W. pastor. 07 lMs
nsond av. Sunday fchod. t:."0 a. n ,
Wesley W. Ziinrocrinan, superintendent.
Conference Memorial I'nlted 610 S. St
Jcseph st Rev. I. E. Voung. paster
Sunday rchool at 0 :T.O a. ra. ; Miss Ahce
Gordon, superintendent
Morning worship li:43. sermon subjec t.
"Real Thanksgiving." '. E. at
subject. "Count Your Mercies." leader.
I. C. Sparks: 7l.:Vi Woman's Missionar
i
s i. iftv 111 L'ive special program of va
ried features; ju:trter!y confereiM-- on
Monday enlng and prayer service .n
Wednesday nllit.
CHURCH OF GOD OF THE
ABRAHAMIC FAITH.
Church of Ged f the Abraham ratth.
Services 1n MelrlRe hall. 212 S. La
fayette blvd.; Sunday school at 10 n. nv.
F A. Stllson. superintendent.
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA.
CJcepel rulxlon. 430 H. :noclra rt
All Christian societies lr.vlted to t. big
pen air meeting every Wednesday. Trt
day, Saturday and Sunday nichts, eerntr
ayne and Mb h'gan streets. Old-fash-!
ncd gospel meeting at Volunteer mis-
on h.Hll Sc.nlay night. Everybody In
vited. AU (IWH
CATHOLIC
a red Heart, otre Iame Rev. John
R Scfceier, C. S. C. pastor Low laass
t tf . m. Students mass nt :0O a
ra Pariah masa at 10:15 a. ra. Vespera
it 1 (V p. va.
et. M.pbtn't IlnncarUua Thomas and
MiTT.ernnu its Rev. Lawrence Hor
rath, paster. M.tsa at S :( and 10:15 A
tn Suadsy school at 2:00 p. m. llen
edictiou at 3 :00 p. m.
SU ravtrlck'a ZD". S. Tayior st. Rev.
John F. leiroote. C. S. C. pnstor. Ia
u usse, .it b;V. 7;.;0 and a iu. lllh
m.-.ss and sertnon at 10:.'VV Rsptisut at
2 :to p ni. Ye-pers at 3 :30 p. m. Sun
day .-hool at p. ui. Meeting of
ihurih sotictics at 4 :u) p. m.
st. HeJ wiae's rulisb Corner Scott
ml Napier fts. Rev. Anthony Zuhowlrs.
C. S. C.. pastor. Low :naa at 7:3j). tX)
and lO:UO a. m. Sundsy achiol at 2:30
p. ui. Rent-diction r.t -.30 p. m.
M. Mnilais' 1'uUsh 415 N. Lincoln
t. Rev. R.uian M-irc:a:ak. paster. Mass
it 7::vi. l.tX and 10 :00 a. ni.
U Mary's Cerioao 431 S. Tajlor st
Rev. J. M Scherer. i-'. S. C. pistor. Mnss
at 7:30 and l0.iJ a. m. Sunday school
at 2 :ZO p. ni. Reuedi( tlva at 3.'0 p. m
t. taalmlr'a Polish Sl M. Weoatet
st. Rev. MiulsUus torka. pastor. Los
.La. at 7 :;:u a. ui 11 b in at 10.0U
i r.i. Vespers at 2:00 p. ca.
M. Joph'a--11U1 at. and Lata!! av
IMtruk J. Carroh. C. S. C. past r Low
i. asses at 7:3J snd a.tA) a. r.i. H:gh
.a.is at lu.bo a. ui. I'rufJia.oa at 3..
4. m.
acred Heart .lelgUn-li:G W. "hrtm.
..s st. Rev. CLarl l'.i'-l.r. pastor.
Mas st .t aud W :3u iu. un0ay
s ho--1 at 'iJ P- bi 1'n't.edbtlua it
I f- I"-
M. Ury of the .toljr Rosary, 'ollsk
NtionsI ( atbolfc IUt. Uasil Sychfi.
pat.-r Sundays: First mass at a.
at-; tiira mass and sermon at ".0:00 a.
Ti-i t'unday fho'd at .V) p pi.
MISSIONS.
Mefnite II pa C21 E. Jeffersoa
bird. Sucl-iy cbooi at 2 50 p. as.
rrearblr.g at 3r p. ra.
PTcahlni 3:S0 aßö p. m. Srt
Ices every n'.arht except Wednesday.
Mary Nunemaker In charge
C!t)-ll!5 E. JfTerson bird. Ky A.
ilird. superltifendtnt. Suniay achool at
p. ra. iMbie clata at p. ia
Kvenir.g -erv .'e at
Goapel 4Z1 V.. La-s'lc at. Servlros
Wedneda Saturday and lunda even
ings at 7 2'). Sunday ncliool at 10:00 a.
ia. ear n Sunday.
SPIRITUALIST.
The ProcrmJve Sriiituil aocietj will
I bold services a 7u0 p. ni. everv Sunday
at .MV S. Mlch.cn St.. Reiirnen's bn
Sieker, W. Hl; mee-aB-e bearera,
Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Weaver. Mr. Wil
liams. Everybody cordially Invited.
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION.
Meets ererv Monday at 10:00 a. m. at
the r. M. C. A. Resident and -visiting
rulutstera alwaya -veicorae I'reaident.
M. C. Hunt; vbe president, C. W. Titus;
H-cretary-treasurer. C. K. Voung.
ASSOCIATED BIBLE
STUDENTS.
Woman' Club call, room 224. J. M. 3
bnllding. Sunday 10 a. ni., study. "The New
Creation;" :) p. m,. study. "Revela
tions;" h p. m.. lecture, "The Thre
('rivenanta." by C. K. Khlnehart; Wed.
nesday s p. m., prayer meeting; Fridav
K p. tnM tabernaele study. Pilgrim I. I.
Kleiner will lecture Tuesday at 3 and h
r. m.
JEWISH.
Temple IWIh-W Corner Laaalle at.
and Tsylor at. Julius Eelert- rabbi.
Kahbl Fngerleidcr of Chirnjro iu
conduct nendcea at Temple ltetb-El Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock.
CHURCH OF COD.
Cbarrh ef God r Hits Chapel on
Harrison a v.. one block north of Lincoln
Sunday atoi at 0:45 a. ta. ; A. M.
Ivlrkley. auperintendetit.
SALVATION ARMY.
OS K. Jefferson bird. RuadsT aerr
lots: Morning, couuty jail. 10:00; Sun
Hiy acboul. i0; opeu air aerviic.
Indoor serylce. 8:u. Prayer meeti&g
I o. Capt. Nehemlab Mrooka, officer lo
( barge.
SCIENTIST.
First Church of Christ. Scientist
Main ar.r! Madison sts. Sunday services
at 11:00 a. m. 1'estiuionlal meeting every
Wednesday at S:00 p. nt. Suuday oho l
f-r children and youtij people up to the
age ol 20, from v l'J:0 p. in. Sun
day sehoul entrance on Madison st.
Reading rooms maintained by the
cLunh on the seventh floor of the J. M.
S. building, are open dally except Sun
day from 12 to 3. and on Saturday even
ing from 6 to 8.
EVANGELICAL MISSION.
Swrd lab Evangelical Mai" and Mon
rre its. Rev. Emil V inaied. rast-
Sunday sehool nt t :.! a. m.; August
Ai lesoii. aiiperintendeut.
Morning worship 11 a. in.; young- peo
ple's meeting 0:1." p. m. ; evening service
7:.' p. m. Nov. 27-1 e 1 the church, will
eclebrnte its ."th anniversary uccordiug
b th flloing program Wednesday at
7:40 p. ni.: The Sunday school; Thurs
day nt 7:4. p. nv. the Ladies' Aid so
l'.tr; Friday nt 7:40 p. ni., the young
people's s.H'ity ; Saturday a uppvr will
be M-rvt'il in the church parlors.
EPISCOPAL
Kt. James Infayette at.. north of
Washington. Kt. Rev. John Haren
vVhite. rector; Her. U. Everett Carr.
vienr. Holy communion, 7 :.'lo a. m.
Solemn Te Itciim, solemn procession upei
hoiy Encharist. with rtnin by Ulshop
Whit- in thanksgiving for peace. 11 a.
m Church school. P:4." a nv
URGE WHITMAN TO
ENCOURAGE LAWS FOR
HIS OWN BENEFIT
N'EW YOKK, Nov. 2 3. Attorneys
for Ciov. Whitman announced in tho
apiellato division of the supreme
court here today that if an examin
ation of ballots in the recent elec
tion, which they have applied for,
indicates that returns showing the
election of Alfred Eh Smith, hin dem
ocratic opponent, are incorrect,
th-r-y will advise the governor to call
a special session of the legislature
! before Jan. I to amend laws which.
permit a lontr unwn out contest for
title to the office.
INTERN WOMAN NEAR
HOBOKEN, N. J., PIER
NKW YOKK. Nov. 23. After fed
ernl authorities had t-trupgled tj
decipher what they described as an
! unusual cryptogram code, they to
day ordered interned as an alien en
emy. Miss Kmy .YVeldenhopiior
cashier of a hotel within n block of
a Hoboken, N. J pier from which
American troops embarked for Ku
rope. She is upected of havin
sent forward to Germany informa
tion repardlnp tr-.n.sport siiilinps by
communicating with a German con
sul in a South American city. Mis
Weidenhopper came to the United
States in 1M, felernl agents said,
and had a brothr in the German
arm j.
OUTLINE NEW DRASTIC
FEATURES OF DRY PLAN
COUUMnL O., Nov. 2S. The
drastic features of a rederal prohi
bition enforcement lav on which
dry leaders will insist upon congress
ei.actinR iti case the fedeial srohi-
I'ition amendment Ls ratiiied ly the
state, was outlined today by Wayne
ll. Wheeler, national counsel for
the anti-saloon league, to statt?
state anti-saloon league superin
tendents and dry workers at tha
conclusion of the world-wide prohi
bition conference here.
The proposed Mil rrovides for a
federal prohibition law enforcement
commission under the collector of
internal revenue with special olfi
ccrs scattered throuphout thf na
tion. I Ni:V ILM I l'KOÜltAM.
j WASHINGTON. Nov. 2J A pro-
j irram of 1 909.0öü.f00 of expendi
tures for railroad addition nd be.
j termnts and "VJlprr.ent already or-
dered but not dellered for the ru
' mainder of this year and next ye ir
i was announced today by the rail
road ndministrntlon. Thi does not
include cars and locomotives which
may .: erder d next year.
SEHSATIOHAL
EVIDENCE IN
MOOPJY GASE
Result of Disclosure, After
Dictaphone Report of Work
Carried on by Officers,
is Submitted.
SA.V FE-ANItCh Nov. 2C Itv
eh'itions of alleged n;okvdness in
t)i- prus r t.tion of many -jv.-s-, crim
inal and civil, in Snn Francisco
courts, includins a charge that at
tempts were made to manufa:tuie.
evidence against Mrs. Ueno Herman
c.oor.ey. wife i.f Thomas J. .Mooney.
were contained in a report made
public here today.
The reoort as printed litre l.t.re
the signature of John B. Iensrnoro.
director of employment, and was ad
dressed to William 11. Wilson, secre
tary of labor at Washington. The
report was dated Nov. 1. Mr. Dens
more would not deny he made the
report but intimated that it must
come through ollicial sources at
Washington. Densmore was sent to
San Francisco some time ago by
Sec'y Wilson to Investigate certain
governmental affairs.
Lonp- Stenographie reports of al
leged conversation' ..btalned by dic
taphones, dealt with alleged nets
tending to involve a former justice
of the California supreme court, a
member of the public prosecutor's
otflce and a number of persons who
have figured in cases of national in
terest, including the famous San
Francisco graft cases. In one in
stance) there is mentioned payment
of $410,000 with allegations that
this amount was pasned.
Wife of Allegctl Murderer.
Mrs. Mooney, the object of the
alleged attempt to manufacture cer
tain evidence, is the wife of Thomas
J. Mooney, awaiting sentence of
death for murder in connection with
the preparedness day bomb explo
sion here July 22. 191tl. She was in
dicted with her husband and three
others on 10 --ounts of murder, cov
ering the 10 deaths from the explo
sion. She was acquitted on one
count, four counts were dismissed
and she now is on bail awaiting dis
position of the other charges.
More than 40 columns of news
paper space were tilled by the re
port. Many columns of stenographic
reports of alleged conversations ob
tained by telephonl? devices were set
out. Details of alleged meetings be
tween an official and certain notor
ious characters were given. A sum
mary of "facts" was appended to the
report, alleerlng conditions existed
thnt justified th federal government
in taking action to Hsiire to the
bomb explosion defendants "their
rights."
Mention was made in the report
of instructions to make a. "secret
and altogether formal inquiry" Into
the Mooney case and the summary
bore on the alleged unfairness of
the bomb case trials.
Ilcstilt of Trial.
Four of the bomb cases have been
tried. In the first. Hillings was sen
tenced to life imprisonment. In the
second. Mooney was sentenced to be
hanged. In the third and fourth,
Weinberg and Mis. Mooney were ac
quitted. Summarising the published find
ings today, the report said "practi
cally the whole case atralnst Mooney.
Hillings and Mrs. Mooney wns mad
to order." The conclusion, the re
port states, was reached through di
rect evidence that seemed sufficient
and also by the alleged facts ad
duced in the investigation intending
to show corruption. The report al
leges that certain things "render it
incredlhle that he (naming an of
ficial should be either Impartial or
honest in the conduct of a case of
this nature: that he is and has been
for some time past In cooperation
with notorious Jury and case lixers."
Fickcrt's t moment.
Dist. Atty. Charles M. Ficker.
who headed the prosecution of the
defendants in the S?n Francisco
bomb explosion cases, tonight sail
in connection with the report Involv
ing criticism of the prosecutor's
office:
"My investigation and those cer
tain federal officials were reaching
so close to some of the higher-ups
In the bolsheviki movement that
they became stampeded.
"Fortunately I am in possession
of certain written documents, that
will vindicate my actions."
HUN SOLDIERS WOULD
HAVE TAKEN KAISER
LONDON, Nov. : 3. From a r"-
ri-il investlsration in western lr
rvtnv, the correspondent of th?
I'aily Mail at The Hasup has ascor
talnI tlrit there 1- considerable
hostility .iirn'.nst the former emperor
and his fblst son. The correspond
ent say that after WUllnm Hohen
"oilrrn had entered Holland 1.000
flern ..n soldiers Arrived ot the fron
tier and demanded that they be al
lowed to p,:rsue and kill h;m. Thev
were turned back by the Iutch fron
tier guard.
ciiiiii.nn TF.vr no. 20,
K. o. T. M.
Members are nrpd to attend rer
iljr metlna: Wednesday evenlmr.
Nov. i'T. Acordin? Tiusines. P.
Payr. C: Geo. K. Hohr. K. K.
Adt. 358-21
rr. Teoi K. Stevens nnounc
the orfnIiL of rev otf.ee for the
Practice o' otop-.thy in flip Farr,,-
ers' Trust Mdc. ? lite 4F.2. Ofllr:
hours 5 to 3. Kvenine ly appoint
ment, rhnne. Tp11. Ile.
Home. 13".. )rnce Hell. 2?.M.
Advt. 9541-:'-
Homeward Move
Begins Along
A. E. F. Line
jniMKtAllTLnth OF TJ1E
AMirUH AN IT1LST AllMV, oi.
2:1. While as an ofToctixt mili
tary forrv tho American army
rvnwiins intact, tho homeward
movement lias already N'irun.
Construction of all kinds has
lcn stopiH'sl anil onti u't. and
deliveries t'aniv-Hcxl where jos
sihle and the men lte servier
hate Ixmi in thec and other
linos of activity aire cither en
roll fe to ports or plans for their
cmltarkation are under way.
The first to so will he th Hick
ind oonvnlewent wounded. The:-.
will he scut homo with the ,rciU
eM possible e.tietlltioti. (Yrtain
(lUlsJonw, c.thauMetl by replace
ments drafts until only the skel
etons remain, are als uoiir
homo.
One of the blgpot of the pres
ent problems Is tho land trans
port to the hca ports. With 'the
coming of winter tiro French
neit! almost tle entire capacity
of tln-ir railroads to dlttribute
fuel, footl und otler supplies
throughout' tho country. This
will delay the transiK-rtatlon of
Americans.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO
POLISH CITIZENS
WILL PHlSSliXT 1)11 A MA.
"Kwiat Zachoda" (Flower of th
West), a drama in live acts will be
presented at &t. Adalbert's school
auditorium Sunday evening by the
"Dworzanki" St. Mary society of Si.
Adalbert's parish, under the direc
tion of Miss Victoria kStriuss. Tin
east is composed of 17 young; people
and music between the acta will be
furnished by W. Grzeskowiak's
orchestra. Matinee at 2:;:0 o'clock
Sunday afternoon will b- given for
the children and the people who can
not attend in the evening. The en
tertainment will be sjiven for the
purpose of raising money lor the
church fund.
SOCIAL Ei;.TS.
Tiie St. Hedwi-fe society will hold
its meeting Sunaay afternoon at i
o'clock at the St. Hedwige &thool
ituildlnc.
'lue Voung Women's "Wreath of
Mary" society of tho Polish Wom
en's alliance of America., will nold
its monthly meeting fcjunday aft
ernoon at the St. Hedwige school
1 uildlng.
The military band of Falcons Z.
Kilicki No. 1 will hold its rehears .a
"Wr dneseday evening at Z. Uulieki
hall, W. Division ht.
The Name of Jesus society will
hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at
the St. Hedwige school building.
The siiiKing rehearsal of St. Hed-wF-'e
choir will be held Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the St. Hed
wige bchool building.
JvSO'AIS.
Mr. and Mrs. John H:o and
children. Zygfred and Hildegardo,
und Miss Ksuweia lioinski, are e-
fptcted at the hone of Mrs. Julia
lioinski, lOS S. Chapin st., some
time Sunday. They were summoned
here on account of the death ol
'Miss Iftabtl Uoinski, who died last
Thursday.
Uoit liusix, 149 X. Carlisle st.. l-ft
Saturday morning for Kast Chicago
where ht wili attend tr.e funeral
services of his brother. Andrew
fllusik, who died ol Spanish int'iu-
J .Mis Bernice Hechlewska, . Scott
jfct., has returned from Jackson,
'Mich., where she has betn for the
I past few weeks, taking care of her
slater, who is ill of iniluenza.
William Kybacki, ILMS Prairie
jav., has returned from 1'ay City,
Mich., after a week's stay in that
city, where he was summoned by
the death of Mr. Kybacki's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Koh.m Grzegorzew
ski, W. Washington St., returned Fri
day morning fiom a short v--it with
luiativeH at Michisan City.
Stephan Jai zeml'owski has arrived
l.ere from Indiana Harbor for a few
clays' isit with Mr. and Mrs. Adam
7ialctiv, löl U'lhien st.
Walter ICinczewski, S. 1'hil'ippa
St., John swierk of Michigan :ity,
and Anthony Wielicki ol" M isii.t v aka,
1 ft thi.- morning lor Saginaw,
Mich., to attend the wedding of a
t- l.itie, which will take place Mon
day. Z. Ilalicki No. 1 Faicors ;azar will
take '.dace Nov. IM. 20 and 2 at Z.
l'alicki hall. W. Division and Mc-
I'hcrson sts. No carassin;4 of mer
chants will be made for this bazar
l-y the committee in charge, although
tlonations of every description ar
! cordially requested to vtfU". er all of -
jf'-rini?s at the ahc.e .iddr lefor-;
'the 14th. s?plendid tini-;s ate as
's :rcil tMtio:is of the !..-zar
- m
Ad mi.-.-So ti free. Ad t.
TO BRING SHIP BUILDING
BACK TO NORMAL BASIS
WASHINGTON, Nov. The
shipping board now is iinpo-m aue'i
restrictions on ship Viilbrs and
making such anceKat ior.s e.f ,:;
tracts as will b:inr the .-Vi;j bui'.di:,
industry back to a :.!! 1 ba:!-
Char'es Pie?. iu . ,.:,p-T; ,.f ti. "
rn'irCncy f' el . 1 por.i ' i':
i.ounced todiy in rep'.v to :'. ir3;-.i-:ns's
r ?-duiio-. c-ilhr.x :'- ! -tat -i-.ent
of the .-h;p r ii! hi'--; preu-ran;.
WANTED rcmal- h-.l;. :. ..'1
1 . rtmer.ts ex--o't ett'.-.-e A;? y ;
rsm. do net teb-idi'v-c Me.il
Laundry Co.. 426 S. Mich:;'u: st.
Advt. -a;
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erf- LAlL,y s,;: .' i v .
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hitoro Dec?.
or
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F raveling
rhankseivine and
Are you ;oin to visit the old folks at home, or visit
some dear friend Thanksgiving day.3
The old suit case or traveling bag may be worn out.
A new one will give to you greater satisfaction and a
more enjoyable visit.
Uur 1 raveling
Oilers an unusual line collection of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases -at prices to suit
any requirements.
Traveling Bags All leather, $9.50 up. "Whitco," just like leather, from $5.25
up. Fabricord, $2.95 up.
Suit Cases Woven, Fabricord, Whitco and all Cowhide Cases, at reasonable
prices according to the material, from $1.75 up to $15.00.
Trunks Hartman cushion top Wardrobe; dress and steamer sizes, from $7.50 to
$35.00.
Rugs a praiseworthy Gift for Christmas
That will delight every artistic housekeeper and retain a lasting thankfulness to the
giver's generosity.
Our Collection is so large and includes rugs of every size, from the little door
rug to the large size room rug.
Beautiful weaves and patterns in floral, oriental and conventional designs that
meet with every idea of the artistic.
JssV---'"r-.r"v
Letters Show She Destroyed
Records of Catholic
Prohi Society.
WASHINGTON, Nov. j3. Addi
tional records from the private liles
of the Unit--! States la-ewers' asso
ciation, shenvimr methods adopted in
the organization's efforts to combat
the prohibition movement, wer-.;
ine7tiiratin;; committee today by
Maj. 11. Lowry Humes, who is in
ch irpe of Uie inquiry.
These records dealt with the or
Kanization and llnancing- of the Na
tional Association of Commerce and
read Into the record of the sena-.e
Iibor, disbursements to the German-American
alliance, the em
ployment of special writers for berr
propaganda and a sugpcsUon to
Hugh F. Fo, secretary of the asso
ciation, that the brewers offer a
prize for the best essay on the solu
tion of th "saloon problem." with
the cooperation of newspapers as a
medium of publicity. The Hear.-t
papers were suggested in this con
nection. Other records included a susxe
tion that efforts I e made to induce
Jeter C. Pr:tchard. former federal
judge of Asbeville. N. C, and a pro
hibition advocate, to write a letter
to a brewer sollcitinpr funds with n
iew to discrediting him. other
documents meludcd letters purp -r.-!np
to show hat a Miss I. T. Martin
was employe.! to attend a met-tini: o'
the Anti-Saloon lrncue 1n Atlauti
City, N. Jv in 1!U to rcpu.t ti,
jtroceedin es to tb Vire-wrr and thnt
In August 0 the sanio yar ht a:-
trnded a meetintr of a Catholic irr.
b.ibition society in Niagara Falla. wo
elected scietary. and s-jr-s-quentP.
"estroycl the ir-cord. of th- fos-io-i
?he whs on th" au' iatioa's p tyro'l
1. ::;o:.th, a c--rdir. to tb-
record?.
Tl," cmi.: tt h--::rd " '
e,-itr;-s. todaj . b'!t r f..!- :. j 1 w r r. : ii -
dec id to ;nke
t hat time jj '?neril ii.., .;!i into Ofr
r;an propa?:ar.'la.
No-nn:.
AU :.i-nd e -s of Mod'-rn Vr".!!v.''" ,
"f A:nric.i a re iav.toi to att-r- M
'"IwiS- Al"ption Mordax -..;'-. i
!no . 2T, of t'olf.iv . a:ei, .. iv. ..1 .
W. e.f A. !,! . :ib h-,p. st.
.d 1 - - .
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Ii BREWING QUIZ
Electric Table and Floor Lamps
. Two lilectric Lights Stands of birch mahoartv,
golden oak and poly chrone, from $7.50, $7.95 to $13.
Floor Lamps of solid and birch mahogany, from $5.95
to $11.50.
Portable Floor Lamp tor reading Brushed bras
and oxidized copper, at $5.00 up to $9.25.
SS
Robertson
Store Opens at 8:30; Closes
Bass for
baggage bection
Royal Wilton Rugs, Ax
minsters, and Seamless
Brussels
from 27x54 to room sizes at remarkable low prices.
1 IS IS .0
That is right, at a price that
is right. Good, clean scratch
feed. No grit.
3.
High Grade Dairy Feed
(16y2 protien)
$53.00
per ton.
m 9
iou can t go wrong
these high grade feeds.
TRY THEM.
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STOMACH UPSET?
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands cf stomach
sufferers arc doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment dodged
liver and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablet3 arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the liver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions, away
goes indigestion and stomsch troubles.
If you have a bad taste in your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
cnergv, troubled with undigested foods,
you should take Olive Tablets, the
substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
grirjir.g, cramps or pain.
Ttke one cr two at bedtirr? for quick
relief, so you can eat what y ra like.
At 10c and 23c per box. All d'ruggi-n.
"hen joti tli Ink of Homefur
ni'hinr think of Snllors.
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