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(Note—In order to Insure publication
ta the church column, notices should
NMh this office not later than
e'clock Friday evening.)
•svsnth Day Adventists—Chapel at
■lath and Main streets. Services at
»rasant: Sabbath school. 10 a. m. Sat
urday, preaching mt .u and mid-week
prayer meeting Wednesday night at
7 o'clock. Pastor, C. S. Prout, resi
dence 1401 North Seventeenth. Phone
Baptist church—Tenth and Jefferson
streets. Rev. Charles H. Griffin, pas
tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. W. A.
Buis, superintsndent. Preaching serv
ices at 11:11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
Baptist union at 6:15 p. m.
Katherine Baptist Mission—Corner
•f Twenty-sixth and Heron streets.
Xdgar J. Payne, superintendent Sun
day school at 10 o'clock. Evening serv
Ice at a,
Basic Baptist ohurch—Bible school
St 10:60 a. m. A. 8. Boice, superin
St John's cathedral, Eighth street,
ist Hays. Rt Rev. Daniel M. Gorman,
I bishop of Diocese of Boise, pastor:
Revs. Remi S. Keyzer, Joseph M. Ver
thoeven, Bernardo Arregul, priests as
sisting. Sunday: masses, 8 and 10:30
a. m.; (psary, sermon and benediction,
17 : SO p. ns. Week days, mass at 8 a. m.;
itlrst Friday of each month, masses
•t 6:30 and 8 a. m.
Christian church—Ninth and Frank
||lu streets. Rev. H. J. Reynolds, pas
tor. Residence, 815 North Seventh street
Residence phone, 2088. Study phone,
6764. Preaching services at 11:16 a. in.
, and 8 p. m. Bible school at 10 a. m;
'Dr. W. D. Wright, superintendent.
' Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Chorus
rehearsal Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Communion service In the morning.
Christian Soienee.
First Church of Christ Scientist—816
Slate street. Sunday morning service
nt 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8
o'clock. Sunday school at 12:16. Tes
timonial meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock. Reading room, 421 Idaho
building: open dally, except Sunday,
from 12 to 6 p. m. The public Is cor
dially Invited to attend the services
end visit the reading rooms.
Congregational church — State and
Seventh Sts.,' just north of capitol
building. Rev. Charles J. Christian
son, pastor. Residence, 1717 Franklin
street. Phone 2042. Study at church.
Phone 2458. Study hours at all times,
but especially from 10 to 12 a. m. and
I to 2 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a, m.
Church services, 11:15 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Junior C, E. at 4 p. m. Senior
C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meetings
Thursday evenings.
Boise Wright Congregational church
—Services Sunday morning and even
ing. Hour of morning worship Is 11:30
and In the evening at 7:30. Junior
Christian Endeavor Sunday morning
at 0:45. Sunday school at 10:30.
Senior Christian Endeavor at 4:36 p.
m. Midweek services every Thursday
evening at 7:30.
8*. Michael's cathedral—Eighth and
State streets. Rt. Rev. J. B. Funsten,
bishop of Idaho. Rev. Alward Cham
berlalne, dean, residence 611 North
Eighth street. Holy communion every
Sunday at 8 a. m„ except on the first
Sunday In the month, when It Is at
II a. m. Sunday school and adult
Bible classes at 10 a. m. In Bishop
The outstanding attraction at the
Methodist church this week is the cen
tenary convention. Strong men of our
denomination are to be here and will
speak to our folkB on the program and
possibilities of the centenary.
Some of these speakers will be here
on Sunday. At the morning service at
11:15 Sunday, Rev. John W. Hancher,
D. D., one of the national centenary
speakers, will preach. In the evening
•t 7:30 Rev. H. W. Lewis, D. D„ of
New York, and one of the national
centenary speakers will preach.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
are the days for the convention. There
are three sessions, forenoon, after
noon and evening each day. The con
vention is held in the First Methodist
Church, corner Tenth and State streets,
the other Methodist churches in Boise,
I. a, Immanuel and Colllster are af
filiated In this convention as host with
First church.
The following Is the program of the
«on vent ion:
Monday, Feb. 24.
Monday, Feb. 24—Morning session,
W. K. VanDusen, presiding; 4:30, de
votional service, W. M. Ewing; 9:45,
Who Is Who. W. W. VanDusen; 10:00,
address, H. B. Johnson; 10:45, centen
ary address, Edward Laird Mills;
Msthodlst minute men luncheon at the
commercial club at 12 o'clock; after
noon session; theme, "The Centenary
and the New Day," G. H. Feese, pre
siding; 2:00, devotional service, Elmer
Grant Keith; 2:16, "The Centenary Or
ganisation and Working Program,''
John W. Hancher; 2:40; layman as
booster; 3:00, "Challenging Conditions
la the World Field Demanding an Ad
vance by the Church," Sumner R. Vin
ton; >:>0. theme: "Methodism's World
Tank," "Methodism's Resourcss for
.World Business," John W. Hancher;
4 : 16 , song service, Robert B. Cross
land; 6:00, picnic supper In the church
parlors, George Mecklenburg, presid
ing four minute addresses by Meth
odist minute men, M. 1. Church, D. L.
Toons, H. J. Roan, and B. F. Neal; ad
djrsss, Edward Laird Mills; evening
fgftrfca, Edward Laird Mills, presiding;
rai dEMiwta#*# ■ k
Tuttle church house. Junior Brother'
hood St. Andrew every Sunday at 16
•. m. Morning prayer and aermon
at 11 a. m.; evening prayer and ser
mon at 8 p. m. Service every Friday
veolng at 7:60 p. m.
Christ Episcopal church—Fifteenth
e»>d Rldenbaugh., Rector, Rev. David
H. Jones. Services, Sunday at 11:30
a. ii*.,, and 6 p. m. Sunday school at
10:15. Holy communion administered
the first Sunday morning of every
Grace Episcopal church—Corner of
Walnut and East State street. Sunday
school services at 10 o'clock. Evening
servloa at 6 o'clock.
Friande Church.
Friends church—Corner of Eastman
and Twelfth streets. Rev. Ernest E.
Taylor, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. n.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Christian En
deavor at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 8
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday even
lng at 8 o'clock. A cordial lnvltatloi
extended to all.
Latter Day Saints.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints—Corner of Fourth and Jeffer
son streets, Bishop George W. Lewis,
presiding, Sunday school, 10 a. m.;
evening service at 7:30; Priesthood
meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Special music at the Sunday evening
service, at which a general invitation
to the public Is extended.
Free Methodist.
Free Methodist—Corner of Twenty
sixth and Ressigue streets. Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. T. C.
Chapman, superintendent Classes tor
all ages. Preaching by the pastor pro
tern. Rev. Francis E. Pond, every Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pastor's
residence, 104 South Seventeenth
street. Prayer and class meeting every
Thursday night. The W. F. M. society
meets the first and third Thursdays
of each month at 2 :3Ç o'clock. Sun
day school services at the McKinley
school house at 3 o'clock every Sun
day. The public Is invited to these
First Methodist Episcopal church—
Tenth and State streets. Rev. Wlllsia
Martin, pastor. Residence, 1020 State
street. Phone 245. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Excellent classes adapted to
every age. Men are cordially Invited
to attend one of these excellent classes
for men, tho Daniels, the Fellowship
and the Barraca. Public worship at
11:15 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth
league at 6:16.
Immanuel Methodist Episcopal
church — Fourteenth and Eastman
streets. Rev. George H. Feese, D. D.,
minister: residence 1211 N. Fourteenth
street; Phone, '2389. Sunday school at
10 a. m. C. H. Whlti, superintendent.
Bible classes for all ages. Constructive
club activities for boys and girls. Men's
Bible classes Japanese department.
Morning worship at 11, Evening serv
ice at 8. Large men's chorus led by C.
E. Biggs.
Bethel A. M. E. church—South of
railroad on Sixth stree.. Preaching at
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Official board
meeting first and third Monday nign'a
each month. Choir practice each 1
Thursday evening at 7:30; Mrs. L.
Washington, chorister; Leon Smith,
organist; Rev. T. Jeff- Ross, B. D., pas
tor; residence, 115 South Twenty-third
First Presbyterian—Cornor of Ninth
7:30, prayer, H. W. Parker; 7:45, ad
dresses of welcome by Governor D. W.
Davis and Mayor S. H. Hays; 8:15, Il
lustrated address, "The Christian Cru
sade for World Democracy," Sumner R.
Tuesday, Feb. 25—Morning session;
theme, "Organizing for Victory"; 9:30,
devotional service, George Mecklen
burg; 9:40, "Underwriting the Centen
ary With Prayer," W. E. Doughty;
"The Centenary In the Sunday School,"
William A. Brown; "The Centenary In
the Epworth League," J. J. Lace; "The
Intensive Campaign," Edward Laird
Mills; 'Modernized Local Preachers,"
H. W. Lewis; "Mobilizing and Training
Workers," G. Franklin Ream; 12:00,
luncheon at the Owyhee hotel; ad
dresses, "Life Service, G. Franklin
Ream; "Campaign Leaders," John W.
Hancher; "Stewardship," W. E. Dough
ty; afternoon session, theme, "Arous
ing and Inspiring the Church," John
W. Hancher, presiding; 2:00, prayer;
H. B. Johnson; 2:10, "Informing the
Church,'' George Mecklenburg; "Over
tho Top," William A. Brown; "Essen
tials of Success," iy. E. Doughty; even
ing session, H. B. Johnson, presiding;
7:30, prayer, W. A. Winters; 7:45 four
model four minute addresses by Har
man Dietz, H. E. Neal, C. H. White and
Frank 1. Newhouse, Methodist mlnuts
men; 8:00, address, W. M. Ewing; 8:30,
illustrated lecture, J. J. Lace.
Wednesday, Feb. 26—Morning ses
sion, J. J. Lace, presiding; 9:00, devo
tional address, J. E. Baker; 9:80, "The
Centenary and World Reconstruction,"
George FMeckleburg; 10:00 "How I
Use My Constituency List," Wlllsle
Martin ; 10:80, "Personal Evangelism,"
W. A Winters; 11:00, "Tha Practical
Aspects of Church Finance," H. ».
Johnson; afternoon session, H. B. John
son, presiding; 1:80, departmental, con
ferences: (l) Methodist Mlnnte Men*
(3) Unit Leaders, (*) Unit Secre
taries; 2:30, Organizing the Sunday
school for tho Centenary Program," H.
W. Parker; 3:00, "Missionary Program
In the Sunday School Session." iW. S.
Bruos; 3:30, "The Epworth League and
the Centenary," G. H. Feese; 4:0«,
"Bhuad Table Discussions." J. J. Lace;
and State streets. Rev. R. u. Donald
son. pastor, Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Morning service at 11:16;
evening service at 6. Christian En
deavor at 6:16 p. m.
Second Presbyterian church—Corner
of Broadway and Rossi streets, south
side. Rev. G. William Barnum, pas
tor. Manse phone, 1484. Sunday ap
polntments: Morning worship, 11 *
m.; evening worship. 7:30 p. m.: Bible
school, main division, 10 a m.; Broth
erhood Bible class (for men) at the
manse, 10 a. m.; Junior Christian En
deavor society 3 p. m.; Young Peo
ple's Christian Endeavor society, 6:30
p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday even
lng 7:30 p. m.
Bethany Presbyterian church — On
the bench near, the Cole school house.
Rev. R. A. Finlayson, pastor. Sunday
school at 10:16 a. m.; George H. Cur
tls, superintendent. Preaching at 11 SO
a. m. and 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor
society at 6:48. Bible atudy. at 11
o'clock. Mid-week prayer and choir
rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:S0
Colllster chapel—Rev. B. N. Murphy,
minister. Sunday school at 2:80 p. m.
J. M. Shaw, superintendent. Preach
ing at 8:16 p. m.
Pierce Park—Rev. B. N. Murphy,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clook.
John D. Bell, superintendent. Pregjh
meetlng Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
United Presbyterian.
Highland Park church—Corner of
Nineteenth and Eastman streets J.
George Cuningham, minister. Sabesth
school at 10:16 a. a.; preaching serv
ice at 11:80 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 7 o'clock. Preaching at 8
p. m.
•alvatien Army.
Salvation Army—Meets at 616)4
Main' street. Holiness meeting at 11
a. m. Sunday school at 8:30 p. m. Y.
P. L. meeting at 6:30 IX m. Grand bat
tle for souls 8:30 p. m.
Chureh of the Nsssrsnt.
Nszsrens church — Fifteenth end
Franklin streets. Sabbath school at
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.; Young
People's society at 6:20 p. m. ; evangol
At services at S p. m. Parsonage.
1811 North Fourteenth street Rev.
Charles A Gibson, pastor.
Boise Bible class—Meets for mutual
atudy at 8 p. m. every Sunday after
noon at 602 South Sixteenth street
No collection.
Christians gathered to the name of
the Lord meet In Odd Fellows build
ing, South Boise, Sunday 10:34. Sun
day school, 11:30. Gospel meeting, 3
lx m. ,
International Bible Students' asso
ciation—Meets every Sunday at 11 a,
m. at 1610 Nor*h Eighteenth street
All are welcome.
South Sixteenth Street Goepel mis
sion; Interdenominational—South Six
teenth street, near river. Sunday
school at 10:80 a. m. Preaching even
ings at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 p. m.
Co-operajlve church—Barber. Serv
ices under the auspices of the Metho
dlst denomination. Rev. J. H. Ross,
pastor. Sunday school ut 10 o'clock.
Preaching at 8 p. m.
City Mission—Locr.ted at 106 North
Seventh street. Sunday school gt 2
p. m. Preaching at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
Sei vices Tuesday and Friday nights
at 7:30 o'clock.
4:30, "The Centenary Literature,"
George Mecklenburg; evening session,
W. M. Ewing, presiding; 8:30, praise
service, C. A. Quinn; 7:45, "The World
Challenge of the Methodist Church,"
stereoptlcon lecture, George Mecklen
All of these sessions will be open to
tho public.
Thera will be a special conference for
minute men at our church Sunday af
ternoon from 3:30 to 5, under the lead
ership of Dr. H. W. Lewis, field repre
sentative of the Methodist minute men
In the centenary campaign.
Monday at 12 sharp the mlnuts man
will meet with Dr. Lewis for luncheon
at the commercial club. There will be
a short. Interesting program following
the luncheon.
The King's heralds will meet next
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the
church as guests of Mary and Pauline
Woods and Marguerite and Genevieve
The Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety will meet at 2:30 Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank I.
Newhouse, 1106 North Fourteenth
street. Mrs. J. R. Pickett will have
charge of the program. She will review
Chapter 3 In the study book, "Tho Path
of Labor."
Another special attraction at the
Thursday night servies. Mrs. H. J.
Roan will speak on interesting side
lights of her trip to the Orient.
Section 6 will meet at 8:80 on Friday
afternoon at the horns of Mrs. Frank
Hulssr on the mesa near the Cole
scfepol. ( All dues should be paid at this
The Y. W. C. A vesper service will
be held at 4 o'clock Sunday in the Y.
W. C. A rooms In the McCarty build
ing. It will be a patriotic service end
will be conducted by the D. A IL '
The Inter-church counoll of vropien
will hold an all-day meeting 111 thle
church on Thursday of this week. The
subject Is Americanisation of the peo
ple In our borders. It begins at 10
o'clock. There will be a basket lunch
gt noon.
The Epworth league devotional serv
ice at Sunday evening la the
league room. Paul Chureh Is the lead
ier. The subject Is "Christian Democ
I racy's Power Planta"
The Epworth league study elass will
'meet In the league room at 7:15 on
Tuesday evening.
The Epworth league social will be
given on Friday night of this week. It
will be In the league room. Come at
8 o'clock.
Church located corner Seventh and
State. Just north of capitol. "Central,
homelike and a good place to wor
Morning service, 11:15, "The Christ
We Forget—His Divine Program of
Evening service, 7:30, "The Gospel
of Christ According to George Wash
ington; or tha Gospel of a Voice In the
Wilderness Crying, 'Make Straight the
Way of the Lord.'"
Harry Morey, presiding at our ex
cellent pipe organ. Insures for you a
very good musical program.
At the morning service we will all
be delighted to hear again Mrs. Ray
mond Stout, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Oaks, as she will sing for us,
"The Lord Is Mindful of His Own,"
by Mendelssohn. Ws are also glad to
announce that Miss I.. Mayfield will
have a special for us In the evening.
The Sunday school meets at 10. We
had very good attendance last Sun
The John Alden class, with Alva
Bush as teacher and leader. Is plan
ning a very Interesting program, which
Includes a meeting In the church base
ment every Monday evening from 7 to
8:30, at which time there will be ath
letic training and other things, good
for boys to know.
The ladles of the Aid society and
members of the congregation Inter
ested In the church work will please
to attend one of the Aid division meet
ings Wednesday afternoon 'at 2:30.
Those north of Fort street to meet
with Mrs. J. J. Shaw at 1301 North
Thirteenth ,and those south of Fort
street to meet with Mrs. Hsga, 1811
Thursday evening at 7:15 tha church
missionary committee meets at the
Thursday evening at 7:45, the pray
er meeting under the auspices of tho
Ladles' Missionary society will be led
by Mrs. J. E. Ingham. Topic, "The
Allens Among Us."
St. Michael's cathedral, Eighth and
State streets, will hold services Sun
day, February 23, as follows: 8 a. m.,
holy communion; 10 a. m., Sunday
school; 11 :-15 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon; 7:30 p. m., evening pray
er and sermon. Friday evening serv'ce
at 7:30, followed by Bible class.
The dinner served by the ladies of
the first branch ef the auxiliary on
Thursday evening was a decided suc
cess. Almost 8100 was cleared, and
this will be the beginning of a fund
for the endowment of a room at St.
Luke's hospital In memory of the late
superintendent, Mrs. Lucy Emery.
The second auxiliary will meet
Wednesday afternoon next at the
home of Mrs. Ben Walker, 1104 Warm
Sprlpgs avenue. All ladles of the
parish and others nterested are cor
dially Invited. During the Lenten sea
son meetings will be held every week
and missionary work engaged in.
Our work In the Sunday school Is
growing with every Sunday. The re
words offered have arrived and will be
given out Sunday morning. Those who
will receive them are as follows: Ma
rian Quigley Mary Louise Johnesse.
Bertha Bants and Frank Hunt.
With the Influx into our Sunday
school of many new children, we need
additional teachers.
On Sunday Dean Chamberlalne will
conduct services at 2:30 p. m. at the
penitentiary, and the choir of the ca
thedral will render a number of sacred
The St. Michael's branch of the Red
Cross meets each Thursday at 9:80
a. m. In basement of Tuttle house. AH
ladles are requested to help.
G. A. HERBERT, Pastor.
Corner of Seventh and Fort Streets.
Sexageslma Sunday. Sunday school
at 10:30 a. m. Graded classes. Ed
ward Randall, superintendent.
No morning service.
Evening service at 7:30. Sermon
theme, "Different Kinds of Hearers of
the Word."
Choir meets for rehearsal Immedi
ately after the closs of the evening
Services will be held in the town
hall at Barber next Wednesday at 7:30
P. m.
The following have recently Joined
eur ranks: Harvey H. Murphy, Mrs.
Belle Christianson. Mrs. Wilson Camp.
The Lutheran reconstruction drive
will end on the 26th. A report of the
progress of the campaign will be given
Sunday. The committee has worked
diligently to make a good record for
our congregation. The money gath
ered will be used for the spiritual and
material rehabilitation of the war
stricken Lutherans of France, Finland
and the Baltic provinces, for mission
ary work among the many laborers
in our federal Industrial districts and
for general publicity.
Ws have one of tha Bible prayers
for our lesson In the Babath school
Sunday. The hour Is 10 prompt and
ws hops to have a larger atendance
than last week.
Rav. Springer of Caldwell ef the
College of Idaho will be the speaker
tomorrow. The morning hour of ser
vice Is 11 a. m.
The Junior meeting at 6 with a mis
sionary subject and the oalllng of the
The C. K. meeting Sunday evening
will have Its nubject ''Christianity and
the Toilers of Japan." The hour la
6:66. the plaoe Is the basement room,
and the leader la Misa Marybelle
The evening hour of worship is Tilt
and Rev. Springer will be the speaker
thle evening.
The women of the church and their
friends meet Wednesday in tha base
ment for their Red Cross sewing.
The regular mid-week prayer meet
ing will be held Thursday night at the
parsonage at 7:80, followed by choir
The Young People's class of the S.
S. will hold a social Friday night in
the basement of the church.
The all-day missionary meeting of
the Inter-church council of women
meets Thursday Feb. 27. at the First
Methodist church, at 10 o. m. All
ladles are Invited to come and bring
their lunch.
Sabbath day services and meetings
of the week will be held at the usual
time and place.
Special announcements: Sunday
morning M. 1. Church and Chairmen
Dietz, Methodist Minute men will
speak with reference to the centenary
in .five minute addressee. The pastor
win give a brief discourse with refer
ence to the "human part of a epectal
meeting for tllb purpose of revival."
Sunday night the Hyde Park W. C. T.
U. will attend the services in honor
of Francis Wllllard and the prohibi
tion amendment ratification.
Members of the W. C. T. U. prohi
bitionists and others are invited to be
present. Thursday night after the
prayer meeting a very important
meeting will be held, of the Sunday
school board .
All day sewing I by the Red Cross
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Topic,
"Jacob's Deception; The Fruits of
Falsehood." Gen. 27:18-29.
A special effort is necessary to bring
our attendance to a normal baSle, and
with this in view it is requested that
the teachers submit plans to that end
at our monthly business meeting to be
held this week.
Christian Endeavor,' 6:45 p. m.
Leader, Mrs. H. N. Eichmann. Topic,
"Christianity and the Tollers of Ja
pan. ' Matt. 28:16-20. A missionary
The revival meeting at the Friends
church is steadily growing In atten
dance and spiritual power. Some defi
nite results have been accomplished,
but much larger things are expected to
come to pass this coming week.
Gurney Lee of Salem, Oregon, Is here
and. his health permitting, will do the
preaching during the remainder of the
méhtlng. Up to this time the pastor
has conducted the meeting. Mr. Lee
Is a successful evangelist and preaches
the "old time gospel," with holy ghost
power. It will do you good to hear
him. Two services Sunday, and
every night at 7:30. The Boise Valley
Quarterly meeting is now In session,
beginning Friday afternoon, and con
tinuing all day Saturday, which will
give added Impetus to the revival cam
Church located corner of 12th and
At the morning service, beginning at
11 o'clock, Mr. Barnum will speak on
the subject, "Our Country's Greatest
The Bible school will have a spe
cial program of opening exercises on
Sunday, entitled, "America, the Friend
of the World." This being the Sun
day nearest Washington's birthday,
the school always observes it aa a day
especially devoted to the topic of
home missions, and makes an offering
to the home mission board.
The annual sermon to the South
Side W. C. T. U., will be given at the
evening service. All are invited.
Wednesday evening about 60 mem
bers of the congregation gathered at
the manse to help the pastor celebrate
his birthday anniversary.
The Westminster guild will hold its
semi-monthly meeting In the annex
Tuesday evening, preceeded. t>y supper
for all members.
Two new classes were started In thé
Bible school last Sunday, one for men
and one for little boys. The atten
dance report was the largest since the
quarantine was removed.
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
will be celebrated at the morning ser
vice on March 2, and new members
will be weloomed.
The communicant class will closs Its
course of study next week.
Special music for the Sunday ser
vices will Include the following:
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Prelude, piano and violin: "Spring
Song," (Tolhurst.)
Offertory: "Reverie," (Zimmer
Postlude : "Blue Bells," (Seeboeck.)
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
Prelude, piano: "Twilight In Au
tumn," (Felton.)
Offertory: "Andante," (Mary Gall
Postluds: "Cop Expresslone," <C. B.
The Women's Missionary society
will hold Its monthly meeting at the
manse Wednesday afternoon at 2:30.
H. J. REYNOLDS. Minister.
All services as usual.
Church school at 10 a. m.
Communion service st 11:16. Ser
mon follows. Elder Albert Young will
be the speaker. Special music.
Christian Endeavor at 6:80. Subject,
"Christianity and the Tollsre of Ja
Evening service st 7:80. The choir
will give a musical program. Solos by
Mesdames Woods and Summers. Male
Dr. Drake the eloquent woman legis
lator will give the evening message.
The cottage prayer meeting this
week will be Tuesday ejAnlng at one
of tha homes In the north end. Ask
Mrs. Trimble about the location.
Social circle meets Wednesday with
Mrs. Trimble, 1084 N. 18th.
Teacher training class masts at 7:80
Thursday evening at the church. This
will be preceded by a 80-minute
prayer and praise service.
Choir rehearsal at I p. m. with Mrs.
Trimble, 1084 N> 18th.
The Wednesday evening social given
Eat Less Meat if You Feel Back
achy or Have Bladder
Meat forms uric acid which excites
and overworks the kidneys In their ef
forts to filter It from the system. Reg
ular eaters of meat must flush the kid
neys occasionally. You must relieve
them like you relieve your bowels; re
moving all the acids, waste and poison,
else you feel a dull misery In the kid
ney region, sharp pains In the back or I
sick headache, dizziness, your stomach
sours, tongue Is coated and when the
weather Is bad you have rheumatic
twinges. The urine Is cloudy, full of
sediment: the channels often get Irri
tated, obliging you to get up two or
three times during the night.
To neutralize these Irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous waste
get about« four ounces of Jad Salts
from any pharmacy; take a tablespoon
ful In a glass of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine and bladder disorders dis
appear. This famous salts is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon Juice,
combined with llthia, and has been
used for generations to clean and stim
ulate sluggish kidneys and stop blad
der Irritation. Jad Salts Is Inexpens
ive; harmless and makes a delightful
effervescent lithla-water drink which
millions of men and women take now
and then, thus avoiding serious kidney
and bladder diseases.—Adv.
to the congregation by the live wire
committee was a real event. A large
attendance thronged the basement and
things were happening all of the time.
The date of the next event will be
announced March 2.
The Woman's Missionary society
will give their annual program on the
evening of March 2.
The teacher training class received
several new members Thursday night.
Ail of the books have been taken. 1
wish you to Join the class. See Dr.
Wright and have him order your book.
The minister has been called to St.
Louis to attend the National Confer
ence of State Secretaries. This con
ference has been called to consider and
arrange a definite reconstruction pro
Mr. Reynolds expects to meet the
Kellems Brothers in Kansas City and
have a conference on the plans for
the coming meeting that the Kellems
Brothers will ledd for the Boise
church in April.
R. A. FINLAYSON, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10:15. The five
minute talk on "World Missions," at
the close of the session eaOh Sunday
is a new departure and is proving
very interesting. Subject for today is
"China.'' Mrs. Keener is missionary
superintendent. The offering for the
day will be given to home missions, in
memory of the great patriot Washing
Morning worship at 11:30. The pas
tor will Bpeak on the subject. "One
Saying From Three Men." Everybody
Wednesday the Ladles Aid will meet
at the church at 1:30 p. m., to sew
A full attendance is requested.
Choir practice at the manse Wed
nesday evening at 8 sharp.
The monthly meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society which was to have
been held on Thursday next, will be
postponed until the following Thurs
C. S. PROUT, Pastor.
Phone 1138.
Chapel corner 6th and Main streets.
Lecture every Sunday evening
7:30. Subject for Sunday, Feb. 23,
"The Fall of Babylon."
Services every Sabbath (Saturday)
as follows: Sabbath school 10 a. m.
Sermon 11:15 a. m. Young Peoples'
Society of Missionary Volunteers
p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7 p. m. The public Is
cordially Invited to attend all our ser
Tenth and Jefferson.
W. A. BUIS, Bible School Supt.
Bible school meats at 10 a. m.
Teachers please be on hand.
Preaching by pastor at both ser
vices. The mqjning service at 11:16.
Subject, "Gospel Bill Boards." Praise
service led by choir st 7:30 p. m. Ser
mon. "Preaching Jesus In a Chariot."
Ordinance of baptism at tha even
ing service. Choir will render special
music at both services.
Official board meeting Monday at
7:30 p. m.
The D. A. R. will have a service In
the Y. W. C. A. st 4 p. m. Sunday.
The Victory campaign la on In our
denomination and Thursday this week
Is Setting Up day In Boise. A team
of speakers wUl be hare and there will
be a service st 2:30 p. m., and one st
7:80 p. m. Rev. J. Sherman Wallace
of Salt Lake will be tbs principal
speaker of the evening.
Baptist Union will meet Sunday
evening st 6:16 and there Is room for
every young person. They are needed
and they need the service.
DON'T MIBS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 6c and mall It to
Foley Co.. 8136 Sheffield Ave„ Chi
cago, 111., writing your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive In ra
tura a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs,
colds and oroup; Foley Kidney Pills,
for pain In side and back; rheumatism,
backaohe, kidney and bladder ailments,
and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole
some and thyroughly cleansing cathar
tic for constipation, biliousness, head
ache, and sluggish bowels. Whitehead's
Drug Store.—Adv. t th s.
Let us mount your head ariS tan
your hldq. & W. Llmbert, Boise, Ida. tf
Western Optical Co.
Mes» Idaho.
Office Hours, t to 18 an, 8:80 In IgA
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Or Yoar Mono* Refunded.
Clearance Sale
Flayer Piano Rolls
9cts., 19 cts., 29 cts.
For 88 note player pianos Autokrat
Rolls, Rythmodtlc Rolls and Universal
Rolls only
19 and 29 Cents
Some Themodlst 85 note rolls only
9 cents.
Special offer on Q. R. S. Rolls—any
. _ .
°" e of * h ® a *> ov « ot chhr *® wlth
e ery K- 8 ' Ro -
European Flan.
In tha oantor of everything.
Commercial and StooKgrowsra
Rates, without bath, 9UOO up
With bath, 61 AC up.
Commercial Man's Headquarters—
Moat Attractive LeYuy In tba Stats.
Strictly Modern. 'Popular Priese,
Boiso's Popular Hotel.
Now and Strictly Modern.
Title Notes
Sale Contraots
Unsecured Notes
Chattel Mortgagee
Real Estate Mortgages
423-429 Overand Bldg.
15th Avs. and Front St.
Dealers In Hides, Tallow,
Pelts, Wool and Furs.
Prico list mailed to you upon request
Try us with a shipment.
Emmett Auto Stage
Office! IIS N. Twelfth.
Dally Sohodulai
Leave Boisa ..............19 a.m.
And ......................4iS0p. m.
Phono No. 2. Cffieoi 112 N. 12th St.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
J. T. LAUGHLINoos ktaîn «t.
roe MAH0 ST.
American and Chinees dishes. Noodles
and Chop-Suey our epealslty. Mer
chants' Lunch, sport orders. Kuala and
dancing. Open mom u a. m. telex
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