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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES International Sunday School Lesson TT1 I . C J f Review by P. B. Fiizwater, D. D., Teacher jnsrs in ri7n:ivs iiomii. ISSON TITXT Mark 1:29-39. OOTDKN TKXT ,lrvn said unto Mm this day 1 "ulvatlen mmc to this houv. Inko !?:. ADDITIONAL M A T KIl I A L Matt. H:lf-17; J.ukc 4 1. Ylfs j I I. Healing of Simon's Mother (vv. r?-",.l). 1. A lovd on" ill fv. 2 0. From the Fymtri" J 'sum with James and John went to the home of Peter and Andrew where he found Peter's mothf-ln-Iaw rostrato with a burn ing fever. Amor.tr the closest fol lowers there are Buffering; ons and Artxious and burdened hearts, but to all such he codm with loving sym pathy and poorer to help. Hih I ow- er Is the Fame In the quietude of the j home, a.s in tho public mee.tinp; place. 2. Th-v tell him of her fv. 31). This was the, proper thing to do. We s.hould bring to our Saviour's atten tion thos of our familleH who have need, of both bodily and spiritual healing. 3. Ho healed her (1.31). "He came and took her by the; hand and lifted her tip." This act ehowed the MfcTHODlSJ. First Ht. Jevph N. Grrcne, D. P.. ranter. Ghm mating at 6?4o p. m. sunlay cliool nt l-,o a. tn. ; Kenneth 1. liters, paperintendent. Public worship at 10:4 . m. and 7i'0 p. m. Ir. Gn-cne will occupy tr.e tulplt at both prvire. Ills xnomlnt: thera will be: "A Look at th SuftVr lnif Lord." Ppworth lagiio at p. nt. llvfnlnp theme: 'The Iron Ten with a Dltmond Point." Midweek ertT Wednesday eTenln? at 7 :30 o'rlork. IM by tb pastor. Pt. ro1V Rer. Jarcea I.. Oardlner. P. I)., mlnlafer. Sunday ahool at 9 :.".0 s. ra.T O. IL PuWersor.-. suprtntendent. Morning 55rne at 10:45. Sermon by Her. J. s. Ladd Thomas. D. !., of Chi ef go. Young people's senrlce Rt 7:0) p. in. Address by Harvey Kloek(w en "U. H. Air Service In the United State and Trance." Orf-Corner MIoTitjran and Tntt ata. Iter Ji. D. Heck, paator. Clam meeting at a. m. Knndaj arJiooi at 9:30 a. in.: Clem Whlteman. snneriiitenJe-nt. torntnff worship at 10:45 Sermon FUbjert: "The tory of India," by Mrs. S. W. ITddy of India. Upworth lenpue et C:.y) p. ia.; Grj?e llr.sfey. preUlent. Kveninff worship at 7:"0. Coraraunlty fintrtn? and an evaiiErrlistle cormon on The Holy Spirit's Mission to the Hearts of Men," "by the rastor. Trlnltr Corner Itlalne and Yaar ava. Her. ItiieM I ThUMps. paator; res Idence, M2 plaine ar. Sunday ehex)l at P:H0 a. nx; Kudolph Kline, superintend ent. Kpwortb TtlrmoHal, cor. Lincoln way W and Ollre at.. Her. O. W. Swltzer, paator; Sunday achool at 0:20; Glnn Finney, aupcrlntendent. LwU iiihta-'Miner and Francti tt. Her. C. J. Gordon, paster. Sunday roool at 0:4S a- m. ; IL C. Delonj. aperlnten-ienL Stall MerarUI Chorcb, Cor. 8. Mtchl ran and Victoria Sta.. Charles n. Les sen. D. C. L., pistor. 8unday school at 10 a. m.. John Edwards, superintendent German Lafayette bird, and Wayne at. Her. Fred II. Koehnemunn, pnstor. Snnday achool nt 9:U0 a. m.; Charles C Stark, puperlnter.dent. Morning wer shin at 100 (German). Sermon suhje t: "ITie PHlm of Paalma." rv worth lcajrue at 7:C p. rx; Misj ApneM Krienke. lealer. IenlniC worship at 7:." iFriKlish). Sermon theme: "Au UM. Old Story." lVeleyn 722 E. Uroadway. Itev. Oltn C. Payne, pn.tor. lUsldence 1407 K. Knsh st. Sabbath achool at 9 :C0 a. m. ; L C. Porter, superintendent- R!er Tark Serenth st, foutb of Mlahawaka ar Iter. G. L. RulUon, psa tor. Sunday fcdooI at f :ZQ a. hall Ball, superintendent in. Mar- FREE METHODIST. Fes Methodist Pecnrylranla ar. and Ruh st ItT. V. E. Webster, paator. u iday cbool at 9:34 a. m. ; Paul Neldtie.1. inperintendenL Preaching et 10:30 a. m. and 70 D. o. AFRICAN M. E. orWe A. M. K. 310 VT. Monroe L neT. A. T. Iteaddlnjr, pastor. Class meet lsy t 12 raiH-)h, led by Henry Coker. Sunday ehool at 12 :.0 p. xn. ; Henry Cukor, auperlntendaot Tajlsr'a A. )L C Ca Corner Kddy sod Ccmpia ata. Iter. L. P. Pme!l paator. PRESBYTERIAN. Wattmiattee Scott an L!ndej sts. Rer. Alfred M. Reils. D. D., ppstor; res lfisoce. t'i3j .'. Scott st. Suulay ncaooi at V :30 a. m. ; L. C v'hltcoiib. superin tendent. 1'ublic worship at 10:13 a. ca sed 7:30 p. m. Tne ats'.on meeta be fors the morning' aerrlee Senior Fn fieavr po,ueiy m-et ut :30 p. ra. M! 1 wtk tievollonal .-erTlc?, Vtduo lav, 70 p. m. Flrt Corner cf WasMr.Rton st. and LALiyett Llvd. lUMe school at v:"0 a ffi.; John J. Suffer, superintendent, Men s Fellowship cluU at 1 :;.0 m. in ; C A. Llppincott, leader. Morning worhtp at U:43 .Vidros by Rev. 1. II. Royd. IV lb. f M -Cvr:m k seminary. Midweek n.eetirp We lr.ej day wt 7:4" p. m. llo';it h.rvic l"p.rtrrer,t tMT: t ie lrlday at 2 :30 p. m., vith Mrs. A. M. R:.5?-!i. l'r' Ncrtii Shore dr. Trinity liev, John S. R'.irns, n-.!n!tcr. S.rvic t be held in the porthMe butldinp cf the t'ovpr.r..-rd school nt th.e corner cf C-lfax av. an I Notre Pa:r.e st. Rlble cl.o-T at 0 -.r.o a. m. Mo:i;;n lour cf worship at lo:4.". Vouc i'eop'.e's cseetlng 8t C i p ru. Kven'.r. g ho. f Sumday at tibe Churches cesday enlr.? in d..e.,.nt J;;, n.,.K nt t h-r-h F-b.v evening; Hope Leer and Lvivt n st 13! win O. ! M, Hlldur PctTscii. hffM. MeUter. minister. Rihle hool it L::kj a. in.; rraiik Kettrlnp. superintendent. I BFvL'l HRE.'L Cramer-dlT. Harns pastor. Suiilayj M sehoc! at 6:43 a. in Iivln wor.h-.n st i ...nr,t s- t. v ... 1QAZ a m every u:i.nj. i.veiyody - - - llDoeiin Corner -erry an 1 Wasli elcome. tngtou eta. Rev. John Pea Bunday cho-d t 6:i") s r.-.. ervics" at 10. t) a. n. Vppjc; at 2:0) p. m. pastor C.jun'h 1" ' t A Ii APT I ST. First Ornsr 5ls!n and Rev. U S bjt!. l. I. Ifitnce 211 V. Wajne et. Wajr art p 'f - r.tt 1'..: le ?.::o-; .:t :.. :.p-r... at v v a. ::. ; . . m ta-t. Clir (furiurrlt i(uli: On er Ca!;b.rr.l l'.:H.,.' :. afd Rel.;.-n Le-;.ard. p. jU3 Vo il u .i r ! a t'.: - i. . ra.; J. w. !;.':.::: . . JfomU.g VifCu. ml 1..3. - 11- t ;. .:-'. -t s e r; of English Bible, at I (Ccpyrlrtt 1013.) r.r..-r.r-s. syrnpithetic, teirl err; ess j power of Jrs'is. At hi. touch ; the fever iep.i-tefj and rtr ntrth was ! inverted to hr body so that she- 'yh at on ali!" to mini.-tr unto thr-m. 4. .che minist err-d to (hfm (v. .11 t. This n-t .diews that 1 ) the cure, was instantaneous and oom- plte. When J-us he-al.s tbero i?i no' halfway business. It is the same with spiritual hoalini-. ( Ciratitudo on th- r a rt of th on healed. Those who have evp.f-rif nrf-d tho healing power of Jf-sus will rprr.-- thMr Kratltinle hi loving service to the I-ord and his disjpirs. II. flirivi'M Ministry at San-t (w. r.j.r.t. ) It 'liK':i:iif noised a Lout that a r.otabb- niirarb had i en wrought in Peter's home, therefore as soon as the Sabbath drew to a eiose many demon-pos:;f-sed and diseased were brought to hirn to he healed. If we would have the crowds to pat her to day we must he able to show that Jesiis is at work anions: us. Our testimony should be backed by the healed body or soul. 1. He healed those of divers' dis eases ( v. 3 4). Jesus can heal any disease. Many of the cures spoken subject : P.. Y. P "Heaven and Its Multltnde." j F. at I:l.i. Evening worship . ftt i :.,0. Sermon subject: "Jesu Only First 8weiih Comer La urea and Napier ti. ter?lces at 10:CO a. m. and t :3U p. m. Mt. Zlan Rev. J. It. Sm.nrtt. Pastor. Funday srhool at 0:30 a. m. ;Clasees for Hi axes. 11 a- m. CHRISTIAN. Ilr .M. Main at., aonth of public library. Rev. K. L. McViuary, paator. Suad.ij sc hool at 0:30 a. in. ; Frederick It. lruiaud. aupertutvodent Our teacbera ire trained and letaona graded. Wi ijive cliseii for all ase. At 10:10 a. m., communion and ser mon by the pastor, "Fnto One of tho U.aKt of These." in preparation for the eanipftitrn for Federated Social nervice. No -vulnir ervle. No midweek serv ice. Pastor out of city. Indian; .rnnf-corner Indiana nr. and St. Joseph st. Kdward J. C&ln, paa tor. Resilience, b'dl s. Marietta at. Sun day K.-hool at l:."0 a. in.; Fred R. WINon. Superintendent. IJnden Avenue Linden av. and Car llflf at. - I. N". Miller. prntr. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. ; J. C. Ctdlp, super intendent. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. rirst Cor. Lafayette and Monroe sts. W. II. Freshley, pastur. Sunday school at 0:C0. Dt. V. II. Snyder, superin tendent. Gr Chore Cce. Lincoln way W. and Walnut sts. Rer. O. o. lazier, min isters. Kunday scBool at 9:Z0. O. F. Witt, superintendent Broadway 313 E. Broadwy. Rer. E. Garfield Johnson, paator: residence. 1412 H. Carroll st. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m. ; Sumuel C. Lehman, superintendent. Mornlujjr worship at 10:13. Pastor's pennon Kublect: 'lhe Church of Thy atlra, or Christian Progress." Younjr Pt-tpeH alliance nt 0:43 p. m.; Mlas l'.essle M. Rhlnehart, president Topic: "Training In Citizenship." led by Thomas Sykes. Preaching at 7 :V.O p. m. by the pastor. Subject: "Thou Hast S-t My Feet In a Large Tlace The building committee will meet on Mondav eTenlnp. Prater meeting Wed nesday evening at 7:30. Choir re hearsal Friday evening at 7:3'. Auten C'napel R. J. .N'ltsche. Residence U)4 Lincoln way W awaka. Rlble school at 10:0) paster. Mish- a ra. : Jesse Barnes, superintendent. EVANGELICAL ZIon Corner Wayne and St. Peter sts. Rev. Waldemar Goffeney, paitor. Sun day achool at U:13 a. m.; Charles Weber, superintendent. Men's Hltde class meets at 9:13 a. m. Annual mission festival Sunday. Serv ice at 10 ::' a. ra. Rev. Hotr.el of New Buffalo, Mich., speaker. livening serv ice at 7 o'cle.k. In Ilnlish. Kev. F. Plepeahrok ef Walsh vs til conduct the service. bt. rter' Ccrman 13 TT. Taaatl a. Rev. Hugo Wflchelt. paatar. Sunday school at 9:00 a. nx; Carl Retake, super- intnlot. Special mIsion services at 10:13 n. ni. and nt 7:o0 p. m. Rev. l. Piepen- lrok d WnJ.ash and Rev. H. S. von Ka.irue cf New Hremen. , will preach, tonf.rmation school to betr.n Oct. 15. LUTKERAfN. rv! v Trlnltr rnsTisti Sherman sv ina iadsey st. Rev. Albert II. Ki. pastor. Sunday a 'hool at 9:13 a. m-; Charles Haas, superlnten 3enL Worship with sermon at PV30 r.. m. Junior leapue nt 2:30 p ni. Vespers .fh perm n nt 7:30 p. in MrodHy nt s ' p. m.. r.ieetinc of i-hurch aMn- t at the churth. Tuesday at .hi p. m . Luther Icapii" meets with the Misses Mib.'i and H:7d itatrey. 71 Cottas.' drove nv. Thursday at 3:ox" p. n:.. Women's M!sil t;hry po-jcty ir.ets at i ninrrh 1'riitav st s r ni . choir re! earsil. I t. Paul's derma .TerTefn and WP- ü.i'i st Rov. H. Hot'e. paster. ;crtv-e nt !:." a. in. r.nrllh j Cernnn sc i s,-r't -e with holv cormraiiuou at 11:00 ' v n Sermon fuM t : "Mv Kinc lm , i Not cf This World." 1'reparatorv i ). P nt 10-r n. ni. Fr.clish Sundav s h d at 1 .V a ni Walfher leacue monthly tusir.e meetir.ir Tuesday at s.1') p. xn. e'ho'.r r-'henrsal Priday even i:lrr at s o'clock. lilorl itel swdih Chirdn and Kerr I i.ev. .ottir:o im -n. p: -ster. unaay . ,, . . . . I. ... . . . i s ..n h:.1 Li. . c:as at ' 'w a. n. ' Morning - at V:."0 Kvenlr. . s.orvl. at The . .ur('i c 'tnctl will1 I 11' Tl . , . . . . j . uri.iu, j a yj . . . i I .. . J . .It i . ! Rrc-adav. RRi s-hNl it 1 :.;o n. r .: He. I'"ll -rt t!trr, u;'er'.r!"3.!-nt ""or-:i'.p v 1th ft-rne :'. i.t io-:: . a. ! a, i 4 . p. t:. i'r::v-r und i:iM stndy I at 7 : p. m. on dr.ei v. iri nurrri r trie Urethren ir.u.ina av and M'-.r.-i st. !:-v. II. 11. IM.au. ia-t'-r: reo.er.re. b-- K Ir.dlar.a ar. ay L.-.d ut '. . ) a. :n ; P. (J :--r.t. at 10.3-. s.-rmon '.:.d the VvVr'd." :r . .a at 7 :!". p. C; r .o r . . V:' t : i or - I Moody Institute, Chicago. of toeiay are temperament but the cures wrought by Je5ii. were of all ort. No malady evtr baffled him. L Cast cut many devils (v.34). The devils obey him. There H no record of a demon r-ver disputing j the authority ef Josus. At his com rnanu they rendered instant obedi- ence. 3. Suffered not speak (v. ?. I. He soul wKness of his theo devils to bids the saved savinpr power. but will not allow the devils to speak in challenge ef his authority or in witness of the truth of his eleity. III. Jcui Hot ires to Pray vv.3." r.7 . The arduous service of the day made it desirable to be alone with the Father in prayer. Shut emt from man ahme with F.eid. How necessary the hush of the eternal, the calm of Cod! ' There is great nerd eif private prayer. IV. Prrarliln: Throughout (Galilee (vv. ::s 20.) He continued steadfastly to preach, for this was His supreme business. His miraculous works were but aids to His testimony. Preachinp the pospel is the chief rnncpn of all who would follow Jesu i'. vice, I0:4ä; Christian Endeiror, 0:30 evenlus Pervie. 7:30. Prayer mee and ettnc Wednesday evening nt 7:4" Choir prac tice Thursday evening at 7:43. CATHOLIC. ft. Hedwige PolUh Corner Pott and Napier sts. Rev. Anthony Ztibowlcz, C. S. e pastor. lyow mass at 7 :.':o, 9 :ev and 10:00 a. m. Sunday schotd at J:GU p. m. Renediction at 2::;o p. m. St. Cnslmirs l'ollh sjl S. Webster st. Rev. Stanislaus Gorka pastor. Low mass at 7:"0 a. rn. High mass at 10:00 a. m. Vespers at 2 :0O p. in. Sarred Heart Notre Dame Rev. John R. Scheier pastor. Low- mass at rt:Ot a. m. Students mass at 8:00 a. m Parish mass at 10. W a. m. Vespers at L'iOO p. ra. St. Stnnilu I'olUh 41." S. Lincoln st. Rev. Roman Marciniak. C. S. C. pastor. Masses atT:."0, J:(o and 10:00 a. ra. Sacred llrort Hungarian Catalpa and Indiana avs. Rev. Alexander G. Yup.t pnstor. Uv mass at 7:00 p. m. Raptb-m at 1 :."a p. m. Vespers at 7 :::0 p. xn. St. Mary's of The Holy Rotarypolish Catholic at corner Sample and Koslusko -t. Jtev. Basil Sychta pastor. Luw mass week elays, 7:43 n. (n. Sunday, S:00 a. m. 1 1 i lt H mass .Sundays and Holy Days at 10 :uo a. m. bt. Stephen'a Hnniarian Thomas snd Md'herson sts. Rev. Lavrreac Hör vatb. paator. Maas at 8:00 and 10:13 a. m. Sunday achco: at 2:0 p. m. Ben edlct'o& at 3:00 p. m. t. ratrlck' 307 S. Taykr st Ry. John F. DeGroote, C. R. C. astor i at 0, 7:0, 9 and 10:30 o'clock. Mass St. Japh' Ulli at. and Lasalle st. Patrick J. CarrolL C. 5. C.. paator. Low massesi at 7:30 and 9:00 a. m. High mass at 10:00 a. m. Penedlcüon at 3:uo p. m. Bcrd Heart Dlglan 1118 W. Thom as at. Dev. Charlei V. Fischer, pastor. Mass at 7:0 and 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2:20 p. m. Benediction at 3:0) p. m. . CHUKCM OF GOD. Charrh of God of the Ahrahamle Faith Services in Melville hall. 1-' S. Lafayette st. Sunday school at 10.00. F. -V Stilson superintendent. Morninjr wor- ship at ll.oo. I). F. Van Vactor, pastor. Lvenlup service's will be held at 411 11. South ft. Rerean meeting Wednesday evening at the home of R. C. Rallaback, G.'l S. Fellows st. (harrh of God or Saints Chapel oi Ilarxisoa av.. one block north of Llncclo Suudij school at 9:43 a. in. ; A. M. li.lrk!ey, superintendeoL EPISCOPAL. ft. Jonas' Lafayette bird, north of Washington. Rt. Per. Jobo llaxen u bite, rector; Rv. R. Everett Carr. vicar. Holy communion." 7:."0 a. m. Church school at 0:45 a. m. Matins at 11:IH a. m. Vespers at 5 :HJ p. m. SCIENTIST. l"lrt Cburth of Christ, Scientist Mala and M.idiion sts. Sunday services at ll:0O a. m. 1'eKtimonial meeting everj NVednesday at 8:00 p. to. Sunday school for children and younjr people up to thi rtRe of 20, from 0:43 to 10:30 a. m. Sun- i.iy school tntranco oa Madltcn it. Keadlog rooms maintained by ths church on the seventh fioor cf the J. M. S. building, are opea dally except Sun day from 12 to 3. and on Saturday even ing from 6 to S. SPIRITUALIST, Procreaftlvr. pirituN Society mets In Kedmesa hall. 33 S. Michigan st. Sun- "ay at . .3) p. m. Rxperience mettlnp. followed bv spirit rnesupe. Mt-ssie bearers: Mr. and Mrs C. A. Thompson. Tampid. Wllhur Hool. vlted. Kverybody in cordially in- International Spirltuali! Melvll! hall, every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. Three-plect orchestra assists. Lee- ture bj- S. K. Ruiwell. taketi frim audi- i encf. Free admission. ; JEWISH. Temple PelU-El Comer and Taylor st. I .at tils MISSIONS. 11 ope -333 N. s ho 1 at 2:."0 p stuCeMker t. m. ITea-'ilup it 3:v0 : Services du. lnp th6 . - and :.. p. in eek nn j Monday. Frtdav and ur lay evenings at 7:13 o'cloc;. All welcome, lary N'ir.ein iker in charge. ity 113 E. JefTeraon t'lrd. T.ay A IM.'"., iitpedr tendent. Sun-lay f cj. ol at 3 p. i. HIM tlss at :i- p. ra ;-.;.! 2dS E. V. T' -inv ere ni: I.asl g nt 7 ar. : i : Ut'l' :.::d S.:nday evenings at 7 .3 . Kve: '"co Tie. Intco-!ul, Arc ..';. '. .ve st. Sur. ! y ' ' i'r-iicjjiii li i'O 1 I e at s o'd' x. Mi-! ; 3"!:eS'l&y and Ihur- lay ! Rfv o. evarkeüvt. Ft' '20 n : 1 t ! u : -1 l. f i 'reui'-g irv e k m ee i n g o i frlr.ss .1. R ?wed!b Kar2ei:al Va'.a and Monroe elder. Sunday F.-h.d At:i'jt Anderson, mr-1 MIi.le:- c;n.-r i 1 a r K n ! .it P.- a. r :i t :i 3--.it ZION SERVICES. A sp-. b.l . l.:r--s p.r C - -1 ';. a filiated .vfnl. ent'.th-d. ".U-i: th- lb-l.r .:: I S the Pt hi-r."' ::. ia n t. i 12. :it le::;,i a. m . at the LaS.i;- theater hv R-v. an It. Shumaker. " , v OLUNTHERS Or AMERICA (jtiui Mjlsaion 4.U) "4. lcLlraa at. Army Object Lesson in Americanism and in Reading, English RY MA-l. i:. J. KOACII. A trf-ci al recruiting detachment of the United states army, which is now on a tour of the eastern and middle Ftat-s. consists of CS men representing 1 4 nationalities, only one of thm f American birth. Not one of theso men four months ago could read or write Knprlish. Here, arc a few of their names: Araez, Dalchunas. Christiansen, Intili, Kristopob.us, Myatowich. Rossignol and Sheestak. Today all speak, read and write Knirlish fairly well, and astonishingly so when their brief period 'f education bs considerel. Furthermore, they have the appear ance of tirst class soldiers, alert mentally and physically, well set up, vigorous and straightforward in their bearing. Cotnparincr their photographs of four months no with those, of tday it is hard to realize that they are the same men. The contrast is astounding. Could there is a better object les son to help recruiting? No doabt it will be effective. llut it will serve a eleeper purpose. It will help to ive all ef us a new and better con ceptien of what our country is pre pared to do for those who enlist as its defenders. The benefits are not all to be on one side. There are still a few citizens, here and there, timid folk, as dis tlngruished from tho professional trouble makers, who fear tho hocrey of "militarism." They are not ex actly clear as to the precise perils involved thev cannot define their fears, but they are afraid thnt the maintenance of an adequate military establishment means in son.e way the rulinfr of the country by a sol dier clafs. The fear of trouble from un Americanized foreigners would seem to be much more real. The army is not the only apency which is do ing a preat work for Americaniza tion at present, but it Is among the most effective. Its new policy, adopted when we last wrent to war. is a radical departure from the old rule which barred illiterate?, but it is an evidence of propres. TOO MUCH TALKING BAD FOR WOMEN AND MEN AS WELL AS FOR PARROTS BY SILAS HFIT. We have all heard the story of the talkative parrot who invited a controversy with the tlo hy con tinued tongue lathings until the en emy, catehinp him unaware, pave the pert parrot an awful walloping. Mediating afterward upon his be dracpled nppearanco the bird Is said to have remarked: "I always did talk too much." Gossip may he innocent and it Is a sport largely lndulped in. but In its practice there exists a danper as preat as a bomb explosion. Nor is the custom confined by any means to women, where so many cynics place it. Men are as inveterate pos sipera as women, and usually there 13 more danger in their Indulgence for the reason that they talk idly about serious subjects of public concern . An Intimation given cur rency in Idle gossip may be taken by a suspicious or malevolent bystand er and enlarpcd Into such propor tions as to he stated as a fact later on, resultinp In sorrow, the ruin of a character or the creation of ani mosities that will lead to trapedy. Practical application of these cau tions Is especially needed In these days of social unrest in the countries so powerfully affected by the late war. and especially needed In our own land, where we boast of our prlvilepe of free speech. Roth the talker and listener of posslp of an evil or danperous kind Is equally culpable. One becomes the elistributor of the posslp the oth er creates. If Just now we could all keep quiet for a space so far as merely Idle talk. Incendiary talk ar.d vicious gosrlp is concerned, the best that Is In man ould easily as sert Itself and bring peace. IIOVFST PHWHR. We mtist be often, and alone. n-tVi ClrA .itid there nt ITisi foot wn must pour out our hearts and ask ' Ills richest blessinp upon our united endeavor. "To prav." savs Fenelon. . . . . ' " . . , . to desire; but it Is to desire what God would have us desire. He who desires not. from the bottom of his heart, offers a deceitful prayer." Though all things do to harm with him what they cn. no preat- I er enemy to nimveir man man. j Karl of Stirllnp. ! In prantlnp a loan to the allies innd denying one to Germany. Ar j gentina probab'y is thinkinp of that Sur. day . su creation to "sink without a trace." All Crjf:l3n invited to bg "pen air :n'etirc ev-ty Wednesdaj. Trl C. it, y s t j rd .i y rtP.! SükOt n'ghts. cornsr W "-,. r.d Ml'IHf.m .it rests. Cld-fath-lned g np' neet'eg at Volunteer nls s on ?rii S .r bnv c g.-.L everybody la- All r"-. SALVATION ARMY. T. .V7-e ,.- r.r.dnv arr. Morulas, o "tr 10.(0; S;m -r.'diy re hooj at 2 :3a p. m. ' : N ! S T P. U f . ASSOCIATION. Mets efery Monday at 10:00 a. ra ar '. V. M. C. A. ::-"'dont and vlltln nit.lstera always cs-ont-. Rev. w. n. Crfsb.ley. president: Rev. o. W. Ren-h. ,: e jpilr.t: lb-v. John L.. Inhof. sec ' re t ;ry-treas urer. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS. i Wc nun's Ciuo hall, room 22. J. M. S ' t'ulidirp. i Sunday meeting.: l:o a. ra.. The New Cratlo'i : t'.:.".0 p. m . Revel.itio.Ti; ' :oo p ru Kekiel's Te:nj!e. Wedhe. i at and t o p. m . lecture s.y j Pilgrim T K Harkcr 1'rid iy at n. iw Tah-niAtl- Shaiuu. CRIME IN THE ARMY AT MINIMUM SHOWING TEN MILITARY EXECUTIONS ' (JIt J an ios Ileoil.) Out of slightly over 2,OuO,COO men! drawn from all classes In this land and sent overseas as soldiers it is sipnificant of their behavior hat only 10 military executions for crimes committed abroad were nec essary. When It is remembered that the.ce men were far from home and re moved from all restraining Influence of home ties, that many of them were taken from the slums, that some went reluctantly, that there should be so few that broke all bounds of decency is a remarkable tribute to American manhood on the averape, for the army wis a con glomerate of every race ar.d rank In the nation. It had In it the best our land affords, and the worst were not ' " vu 11 : . ;ir-:il f.indnrd. That there -w:re so I few of the worst is really astonish- in?;. While it Is to be repretted that any marred the record of the army, that it was so slightly tarnished is a cause of satisfaction. Other offenses were committed of course that received leaser pun ishment. It is significant of the dem ocratic spirit that ruled in the army that of the officers eubjects to gen eral court martial substantially as preat a percentape suffered convic tion as in the cases of tht men so tried. There seems to be no indica tion that officers were devalt with more leniently when placed on trial than the men under them. The rec ord of the behavior of the army re ceived commendation abroad and the official records confirm tho belief that tho praise was deserved. Mexico 's First Need is Education Noxv at Minimum Due to Cash hy i:iavood Ixwiu:ck. To those who are still tryinp to retain some faith In the future of Mexico the most depressinp news that has come from that unhappy country in a long time, aside from the shocking: etories of murders and outrages upon American citizens, concerns tho closing of the public schools throughout the federal dis trict. All municipal schools outside the city of Mexico have suspended because of lack of funds to pay the teachers. For some lime past thore has been no public Instruction in the rural districts of Mexico, but educa tion seemed to bo makinsr its last stand In the cities and towns. Now even they have all practically sur rendered. Evidently the recent glowing financial statement of the federal povernment put forth by Carranza's minister was not sup ported by actual cash on hand or else the powers in control think that education is one of the things that scarcely matter. Widespread, eleep-seated popular ipnorance has been the curse of Mexico. It has been the root of Doctor Issues Warning And Tells How to Stop Tobacco Habit New York: Dr. Cnunor, formerly of Johns Hopkins Hospital, nays: I am eften nskeMl If I know nnythlnp to stop the to!nco habit and I always recom mend Nicotol, which I have proscribed with preat rucoss. Nicotol contains no hatdt-formlnp drugs. Is absolutely harm less and produces nstonlshinp resale In ß very short time. The use of tobacco raps the vitality, vim. vipor and ambi tion of the tdave who la enthralled by Its netluctlve effects. It undermines the health and leaves the victim an easy prey to general debility, throat and lun'c troubles, nervousness. Insomnia, heart trouble, kidney trouble, headache, tonhe ami lip cancer and even blindness. Phy sicians the world over often trace the start ef the above diseases and many others to nicotine poisoning. If you want to free yuurself from to I "Get the Hoppy Taste" . BREW J-' 'I ! i! 1 Everybody agrees on the (light) and Bock Brew (dark). wise for they are wholesome snappy, invigorating bev erages. No adulterants, just pure, full flavored barley malt and hops, with an individual tangy, hoppy taste, youll like. Expertly made and bottled with care. www fr mi ä n THE MUESSEL BEV. most of her evils. In the days of Diaz the dictator found it easy to keep the people in subjection: in the? later days the demopogue hrts nttle ditticulty in bending them to hls purpose. In Russia the eleva- t:n of th h'dshevist rulers to pow or was made possible through the ipnorance cf the mass of the people. A correspondent has recently re lated how under the bolshevist re pime a blulf Is beinp made at popu lar education. The children go to school twico a day, in certain locali ties, attracted by free meals. They receive absolutely no Instruction. In other place? the children have or ganized Soviets- and run the schools to suit themselves, wdth a maximum of holidays and recesses and a mini mum of teaching. What hope is there for countries where the rising generation is per mitted to trrow up In Ipnorance. The establishment of a real educational system in Mexico and Russia must be effected before they can throw i off the yoke of anarchy and chaos. HAHMONT. It is a beautiful and blessed world we live in. The flowers blossom in obedience to the same law that keeps the stars in their places. Each bird sonp is an echo of the univer sal harmony. It is humanity which thrusts discords, and false and jar ring notes into the days. We po out into the beautiful morninp car rying our useless loads of frets and worries, our leftover resentments and our faithless fears. The sun shine assures us that the world is still movlnp safely in its appoint ed course and God has not forgot ten us; the birds life their cheering notes of rejDicinp that they have found food for the day. but we lift complainlnp voices because we have found provisions for years to come. Our moody spirits and jarrinp tem pers hurt tho) love on earth and in heaven. But they hurt our own souls most of all. for they put us out of tune with the music of the universe. Lungs Weak? Generous Offer to Tuberculosis Sufferers of Trial of Europe's Remarkable Remedy, SANOSIN World's noted medical scientists Doc tors Panielius Sommerfeld. Wolff. Noel, (i.Vlthier. P.ssere declare SANOSIN th inot effective treatment for Pulmonary ailments yet discovered. Felix Wolff, Court Pliysbinn, Director of the Sanita rium for Consumptives In Relboldsprun. rays he has discarded mII other remedies. SANOSIN has b?en officially recommend ed to the IJcrliu Medical Association. lr. c. W. a. Rxser. 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