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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1919.
Inaotnuclt ao tjavc done tt unto tfjc Utit$ct - - : - . The Outlook. EJ E. RICE, . Pastor. Lutheran Church. "22. West Wright St. Sunday school 9 a. m.- Bring Christ znas songs. " . - Morning service 10:30 a, m. Evening service 730 p. m. Subject: "Our Duty to Publish the Great Things Jesus Has Done For Us." Christmas exercises 2 p. m.y Christmas, day, German service 0 : 30 a. m. ; Church offering on Christmas day the Sunday after. J. P. W. Reinhardt. " .... . ! Knox Presbyterian. Services Sunday morning at 11 a, m. Rev. J. T. McMulIen, to be in charge. Mr. McMulIen is field director ot the Red Cross and is an impressive speaker He will have a message for all. "There will be no evening service on account of theabsence of the pastor, Rev. W. E. Mcllwain, who is in North Carolina. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor socletywill meet With the First Christian church. " Calvary Baptist. Regular services Sunday at the Cal vary Baptist church, corner of Tenth Avenue and Aragon street. " Sunday school in the afternoon and preaching at 7:30 p. m. . First Baptist Church. Corner Palafox and LaRua. . Jos eph T. Aiisley, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Lee Mac Donell, superintendent. Christmas song service 11:00 a. m. Evening, service 7 : 30 p. rrf. Sermon by the pastor. B. Y. P. U. 6 : 30 p. m. Cooper Pate, president Junior B. T. P. U. 6:30 p, m. Mrs. Lee MacDonell, leader "In is much as ye have done It unto the least of these, ye Itave done It unto me. And He was the man who had been tlfc little Child who drew the wise men from the corners of the earth. And He had lain In a manger In the village, Bethlehem. , -.. The least of these," is among us. a any times multiplied. Pensacola is responding with, all the big true heart tbafs hers. On Christmas morning at 10 o'clock tte St. Nicholas girl's aids will have distribution headquarters at the city haH. Anyone interested in ' helping: !s Invited to take part at that time. The kiddies may obtain tickets from Sam Pinney at the city jail building, beginning Monday. . y - "'. Including the receipts yesterday the fund now amounts to $325.13. Yester day's receipts: Cash $5.00 D. H. Garrett 1.00 Hilliary Davis 1.00 Mrs. Nellie Cravey Gilmore-. .'. . . 5.00 Mrs. ' M. H. Sullivan ... i ...... . 5.00 Mrs. Alice W. MacMasters -..-.' 2.50 H. O. Anson 2.50 Ministers are especially requested to aid in finding the needy and re porting them. Report of any .special cases will be appreciated. Protestant Episcopal Church Christ church, corner of Palafox and Wright sereets. Yen. John H. Brown, rector, ' Services:1' . - - Sunday (Fourth in Advent.) . Holy Communion. 7:43 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon 11 aj m. Sunday school 9:30 arm. Week Day Services: . Wednesday, ltany 4 p m. J Thursday (Christmas Day) Hely Communion 7:30 a. m. Morning prayer and holy communion 11 a. m. Friday (St. Stephen's Day) Holy communion 10 a. m. V Saturday (St. John's Day) Holy communion 10 a. m. . The management, of s The San Carlos Hotel ' ." announces ' Christmas Dansant on the -maple floor of .the San Carlos Auditorium f : with y real Jazz music .. ':;;..'" . by -Glacier Park Orchestra Refreshments Decorations Admission for lady and gentle man, $1.50, which includes ' : the war tax. Not more than 100 couples will be admitted. Slender S5l 1 ftMfiin wn, waiaht to to A lbs., or more. 'cnd- $100 OUAKANJBB by usln OIL OF i y r - in. rrMunrm? rny uw Dewberry. Scott & Bennett; W. H. White & Co.;W. A. d'Alem berte" and others in Pensacola, Cfiurdk Notes r . ... - - First Christian Church. Corner East Gadsden street and Seventh avenue. J. Minor Ross, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock by the pas- tor. - The evening1 services will ho in the iterest of the Christian Endeavor work,, wfcich' will, close the convention new being held in theciy.,The pastor will make the closing: address. Mid week prayer services on Wednesday evening at 7i30 Teacher trainings class Wednesday 7:15 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p." m. Tou are cordially invited to attend all our services. Church cf Christ. Corner Alcaniz and Jackson streets, Bible school 9:45; Communion 11:00 a. m.. Evening service 7:30 p. m. Mid week bible study and prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p, m. . Everybody welcome. Richard Memorial M. E. Church. X Jackson street. Rev. B. T. Brown pastor. ':..' r ' ' 5:30 teachers prayer service. 5:30 teachers prayer service with superintendent. . 3:45 Sunday school, J. M. Marble, superintendent. 11 o'clock, sermon by pastor. 6 30, Epworth league. 7:30, sermon. . East Hill Baptist Church. A. C. Odom, Jr., pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Robert M. Merritt, Supt. Preaching services 10:45 a. m. and ":30 p. m. ':''"': ." Morning subject: "The Power' of Tme revo;ion." Kvening subject:. "God's- Inesti rcat.le Gift." , . . . Senior li. Y. p. U. 6: 30 p. m.- Mis3 Euzabeth Penn, president.' Junior y P. U. 6:30 p. m. Miss trti Ilendrix, leader. ' . - ' St. Katharines' Epworth Church. Corner 6th. Ave. and E. Cervantes Sts. John C. Skottowe (Rector) Rec tory 502 E. Cervantes. Phone 1398. Sunday,-Iec. 21st., . (4th in Advent) Holy communion 7 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a. m. Vespers 4 p. m. - Christian Services. Midnight celebration. Holy com munion and sermon, commencing 11:45 p.'in., Christmas eve. Holy communion 10:30 a. m. " Friday and Saturday. Holy com munion 9 a. m. - : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday short service 9 a. m. ' , Friday Litany 7:30 p. m. St. Johns' Episcopal Mission. Warrington. Sunday, Iec. 21st. P. m. - : -. . ' Sunday school 10 a. m. . -' Christmas day. Holy communion 8:30 a. m. ALt. niy tfrowJf r-rvw!iw-lt 0!t KOREIN. Bwicltr iraili-l Sre br Kar XV-VH. eutton f- Mow Yrk. RAILWAY CLERKS ELECT OFFICERS The Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, Pensacola lodge, have elected the fol lowing officers: A. Daniels, president; E. C, Erickson, vice-pres.; J. W. Smith, rec-sec.; O. M. Kuester, fln.-eoc; H. G." Champion, sergeant-at-arma; E. B. Calhouhd, chaplain; Miss Hazel HaJ pln, inner guard; M. R. Swan let outer guard ; A. V. Farinas, division chair man; G. J. Quina, senior chairman of executive board. ; v . That weVcarry a Most Com- plete Line of OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS BINDERS INDEXESFILES ' Senbusch Self -Closing INK STANDS Schaeffers Self -Filling FOUNTAIN PENS 1920 CALENDAR PADS SHARP-POINT PENCILS MAYES PRINTING COMPANY QUALITY PRINTING MODERN OFFICE EQUIPMENT v AND OFFICE SITPPLIES i ' Phone 181 - . . 20-22 , V. GOVERNMENT ST. RETURNED SCHOOL BOYS , INVITED TO Y. M. C. A. . As the holidays approach oM fa miliar faces are each day beicg seen around the Y. M. C. A. vbby and gym. as the boys are returning home fo the Christmas season-' v The fY extends a most cordial invitation to all college men to make the association headquarters while In the city. Whether former members or not the Y" throws Its doors open to the col lege men and will be glad to extend to them full; privileges while home on va cation. ' . A large number of former associa tion members are m college this year. Some special features will be put on by, the Association for them while here. Phone FRUITS MQ1 VEGETABLES Country Produce UNITED PRODUCE CO. 38 East Roniana St. Most Every Man or wbmaia, . nowadays, is well dressed, because they take better care of their clothes. Clothes are expensive and the ideal way to take care of them is to have them dry cleaned. If you will bring your clothes tous, we will make them look like new: It cost little this way to be well dressed. Empirelaundry "Where Linen Lasts and Dry Clean ing Is an Art," 22 North Palafox Street. PHONE 322 West Hill Baptist Church. Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. ' Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.' "Democracy is creative.. It must, by the intermingling of verldus wills create new wills. What is the secret of friendship? ICot likeness of tem perment, not idenity of ideals. A friendship .based on likeness alone is superficial. That is lasting friendship which recognizes the fundamental difference between individuals - and i therefore enriches the lives of both." o You CDwb Yoer H ome: P If you are desirous of obtaining a horne or of paying off that oldonortgage on your home, we will make you a loan hich can be repaid in weekly or monthly payments of both principal and interest like rent. No yearly renewal fees. Loans on Liberfv GSonds ... ... . '... - H you "wish to obtain funds quickly without disposing of your Liberty Bonds, we will make you a loan on them. In formation gladly furnished. Pensacola Home & Savings Association (B To the owner of a Talking Machine, what could be more appropriate, more pleasing, more lasting than a specially 4 selected collection of Famous Music on , in an album? We offer a few suggestions of special selections. You may change them in any way you desire. Call and have any records played for you, and you will then be able to make your own selections. It's the idea we offer. Good music as as essential to the home as good books A Musical Library is as essential as literature. What Shakespeare and Dickens are to your library, the Red Seal Victor Records are to your Musical Library. THE ONLY GIFT WE KNOW OF THAT IS JUST HALF THE COST OF LAST YEAR. THE SAME HIGH CLASS RECORDS AS LAST YEAR Remember, the most famous artists in music are represented in these collections, and can, be had only on Red Seal Records. LOOK OVER THESE COLLECTIONS OF FAMOUS MUSIC BY FAMED MUSICIANS: ALBUM OF FAMOUS ARTISTS Enrico Caruso Tenor Galli Curci . .'. . . . ............... Soprano Schumann-Heink Contralto Giuseppe De Luca Baritone Martinelli . . Tenor Louise Homer Contralto Geraldine Farrar . Soprano Titta Ruffo f..... ................. Earitone John McCormack Tenor Alma Gluck .................... . . .Soprano Sophia Breslau Contralto Emilio De Gorgorza Baritone ALBUM OF FAMOUS TENORS Enrico Caruso, Edmond Clement, Riccardo Mar tin, John McCormack, Gicvanni Martinelli, Daniel Beddoe, Evan Williams, George Hamlin. ' ALBUMS OF FAMOUS , CONTRALTOS N Sophia Breslau, Emma Calve, Julia CulpT Clara Butt, Jeanne Gerville Reache, Janet Spencer, Louise Homer, SShumann-Heink. ALBUM OF FAMOUS SONGS FROM OPERAS Vesti la Giubba Paglacci, Caruso. Chanson du Toreador Carmen, by Gorgorza. The Tempest of the Heart Trovatore, by De Luca. Even the Bravest Heart Faust, by Ruffo. Some Day He'll Come Madame Butterfly, by Farrar. Mad Scene Lucia, by Galli Curci. Then You'll Remember Me Bohemian Girl, by McCormack. ALBUM OF FAMOUS SOPRANOS Alda Garrison Farrar Gluck Eames Melba V Gadski ' . Sembrich Galli-Curci Tetrazzini ALBUM OF . FAMOUS BARITONES Amato . Scotti De Gorgorza Battistini De Luca Whitehill Ruffo Ancona ALBUM OF FAMOUS INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Prelude Lohengrin . By Boston Symphony Orchestra Funeral March Chopin . . . , . . . . . . . ........ By De Pachmann (Piano) Quartet in E Flat . By Elman String Quartet "tJanzonetta By'Flonzaley Quartet Minuet in G ....... . .. . .-. By Paderewski Waltz in C Sharp Minor By Paderewski Hungarian Dance . . . ... ...... By Philadelphia Orchestra Per Gynt Suite No. 1 . By Philadelphia Orchestra ALBUM OF CONCERTED NUMBERS Sextette from Lucia ; Spinning Song from Martha ; Home to Our Mountains from Trovatore; Barcarolle from Tales from Hoffman; Quartet from Rigolette ; Trio from Lombardi ; Trio from Faust. ALBUM OF FAMOUS SONGS Angels' Serenade Old Kentucky Home Last Rose o Summer Sweetest Story Ever Told Old Folks at Home Listen to the Mocking Bird Silver Threads Among the Gold. ALBUM OF FAMOUS VIOLINISTS Elmann Kreisler Powell Heifetz Kubelik Zimbalist Many records by the above famous artists -are one-half last year's price. We will take pleasure in playing any selection ybu desire and assist you in making up a Christmas Album VICTROLAS SEWING MACHINES KODAKS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 1 1 J. H. BAYtlSS, Secretary Phone 292 10 South Palafox