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2 DAN. B. BRUMMETT, D.D. of Chicago Editor of the Epworth World will address the Epwbrth League Mass Meeting In Grace Methodist Episcopal Church | Wednesday Eve., March 17, 1915 i at 8 o'clock \ Stevens Memorial Male Chorus Will Sing j lnniiinittititinii SERIES OF ill PICTURES 01 (IE IRES ILL BE STARTED Hill Men's Association To Show "The Kiss of Judas" at Theatre ', To-morrow SPECIAL MUSIC TO BE PROVIDED Or. O. A. Smucker Flans 'second An nual Course of Holy Week Ad dressee With Fifty-five Minute Services The first of a series of motion pic tures on Bible themes will be shown at the picture theatre on South Thir teenth stTeet near Market to-morrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock, by the Al lison Hill Men 's Christian Association. The title of the picture to-morrow will bo "The Kiss of Judas." An address will be given on the betrayal of Christ, and music will be rendered. The capacity of the picture house is six hundred, and the associa tion is making efforts to have a large attendance. At Pine Street Church At Pine Street Presbyterian church to-morrow evening the second of the sermons in the series on "God" will be preached. The topic will be "The Unescapable God," Psalm 139:7, "Whither shall I go from thy Spirit or whither shall I flee from fhy prns ftnee?" The possibility and the ad visability of an escape from God will be discussed. The services will be pre ceeded by an ongan recital at 7.15 o'clock when Mr. McCarrell will play: "Choral 'Ein Feste Burg, " Martin Luther: "Choral prelude on 'Ein ' Feste Burg,* - " Bach; "Fantasia in C," Tours. The theme of the sermon to-morrow morning will be "The Gospel of the Hands," John 20j2i7. At this service the choir will sing "The Lord's Owu Holv Day," Shelly, and "Spirit of Go<f." Humason. The music by the choir at the evening service will be "tftill. Still With Thee," Lansing, and a solo by Mr. Sutton; "Recitative aud Air," (Elijah), Mendelssohn. In the afternoon at 1.40 o'clock the Sunday school meets with its grad ed work for the children and its many organized Bible classes for adults. In point of attendance this is the lajgest school in the city and has a record of doing wonderful work. The Christian Endeavor Society iß?ets in the lecture room at 6.30 o'clock. The singing is spirited and the testimony heljrful to all who are pres ent. The mid-week service for prayer and meditation is held in the lecture room on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. The topic will be "A Study of Temptation." Matthew 2«:41. Music at Market Square At Market Square Presbyterian church to-morrow the choir will sing "Hear My Prayer," Mendelssohn. The text is from the ftftv-difth Psalm and the music in especially beautiful. This is the work which contains the solo "O Kor the Win-gs of a I>»ve." Mrs. Harris will be the soloist for the oc casion. Tue orgiuist. Mrs. John R. Henry, will plav the following numbers: Morn ing, Prelude, "Prologue," Lutenmez -20, Rogers; offertory, "Spring Song;" postlude, "Porthide in K." Evening, prelude, "Oiorale Priere a Notre Dame," from suite "Gothique," Boellmaun; offertory, "Andante, from Sixth Sonata/' Mendelssohn; postlinle, "Soccata from Suit? Gothique," Boell- A Holy Week Mission The second annual course of Holy Week addresses, "arranged in the so cial interest of men and women who are earnest in their desire to find the truth," by the Rev. I>r. Clavton Al- g— ■■■ ■■ ' Fannie Crosby the composer of more than six thousand hymns, now sings with the angels. Her six best are— Blessed Assurance ( Pass Me Not, O Gentl? Saviour Saviour More Than Life to Me Safe in the Arms of Jesus . x Some Day the Silver Oord Will Break Hear all about them in An Evening With Fannie Crosby at the Fifth St. Methodist Church To-morrow evening at 7.30 o'clock '' i Bert Stnucker, in the Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal church, will begin on Palm Sunday and continue up to Easter Sunday. The addresses will comprise a consecutive meditation on the darkest period of Christ's life. The week night services will be fifty-five minutes tn length, from 7.45 to 8.40 p. m. The public is invited to attend the Holy Week mission. The «*fular order of services in the local churches to-morrow follows: LVTHERAN Redeemer, Nineteenth and Kensing ton Streets—The Rev. E. Victor Ro laud, pastor. 10.30, "A Lesson in Heavenly Arithmetic." 7.30, "Idle ness Reproved." Sunday school at 9.30. Junior C. E. at 2. "Senior C. E. at 6.30. Meeting of men at 3. The men of the Redeemer Lutheran church will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in preparation for the every-meinber canvass to be made Sunday afternoon, March 21. Augsburg, Fifth and Muench Streets —The Rev. Amos Maxwell Stamets, pastor. 10.30, "Christ Crucified Evi dently Set Forßh." 7.30, "Why Join the Churchf" Sunday school at 2. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Christ, Thirteenth and Thompson Streets—lo.3o, "The Brow of the Hill." 7.30, "What Is a Christian Churcht". Sunday school at 2. Men's Bible class at 2. The Reese children, violinists, will play. Bethlehem—The Rev., J. Bradley Markward, D. D., pastor. 10.30, "The Changeless Christ." 7.30, "Confess ing Christ." Sunday scuoo? at 1.45. C. E. prayer meeting at 6.30. St. Matthew's, Green aud Seneca Streets —The Rev. E. E. Snyder, pas tor. 11, "The Supreme Privilege." 7.30, "The Supreme Sacril« *o.'' Sun day school at 10. C. E. jciety at 6.30. Lenten services Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7.45. Trinity, South Ninth Street—The Rev. R. L Meisenhelder, pastor. 10.30, "An Old Testament Invitation." 7.30, "Christ or Baraibbasf" Sunday school at 2. C. E. at 6.30. Trinity, Cam-p Hill—lo.3o, sermon by the Rev. D. A. Leader. 7.30, ser mon by the Rev. L. M. Stray er. 9.15, Sunday school. 7.30 Wednesday, prayer meeting. 7.30 Friday, cate chetical instruction. Holy Communion, State and Seven teenth' Streets —The Rev. John (Henry Miller, pastor. 10.45, "The Prospects of the Cross." 7.30, "The Triumphs of tihe Cross." Sunday school at 9.30. Luther League at 6.30; Miss Fay Moy er, leader. Mid-week Lenten service at the church at 8. Cottage Lenten serv ice at 1728 Penn Thursday at 8. Memorial, Fifteenth and Shoop—The Rev. L. C. Manges. D. D., pastor. 10.30, "Our Participation in the Passion." 7.30, "The Appeal at His Passion." Sunday school at 2. Junior Luther League at 5.30. Senior Luther League at 6.30; topic ,"The Inner Life," Luke, 17:21; leader, Miss Marion Drawbaugh Calvary, South Thirteenth and Reese Streets —The Rev. Edward- H. P«ar, pastor. 11, "The Lord's Test Ques tion to Plhilip." 7.30, "Christ Before Herod." Sunday school a| 10. Zionv South Fourth Street —The Rev. S. Wintield" Herman, pastor. 10.30, "Anointing for His Burial." 7.30, "The White Raiment." Sunday school at 1.45. Men's class at 1.50. Senior catechetical class at 6.30. Messiah, Sixth and Forater Streets —The Rev. Henry W. A. Hanson, pas tor. 10.30, "Prisoners of Hope." 7.30, "Balaam, the Son of Beor." Sunday school at 2. PRESBYTERIAN Pine Street, Third aud Pine Streets —The Rev. Lewis Seymour Mudge, D. !D., pastor; the Rev. J. S. Armentrout, assistant pastor. 10.30 a. ra., morning service. Sermon on John 20:27, "The Uospel of the Hands." 7.30 o'clock, evening service. Sermon on "The Un esc»pai>le God." Psalm, 139:7. 1.30 p. m., Sunday school, elementary de partments. Graded lessons. 1.40 p. m., Sunday school, advanced departments. Ailult B?ble classes. 6.30 p. m., Senior C. E. Society. Wednesday 7.30 p. m., mid-week service, subject, "A Study of Temptation." Capital Street, Capital and Forster— HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 13, 1915. The Rev. B. M. Ward, pastor. Morn ing service at 10.4 , 5. Subject «f ser mon, "Feet Beautiful." Evening serv ice at 7.16. Subject of sermon, "Spir itual Blindness." Sunday school at 12.30 p. m. C. B. at 7.15 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Market Square—The Rev. William 8.. Cooke, minister in charge. Mopiiag service at 11 o'clock. A them, "The Lord Is My Shepherd," Sbubert-Emer son. Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. By the chorus choir, Mendelssolhn's motet, "Hear My Prayer," Mrs. Har ris, soloist; M l *. J- H- Henry, organist. Sunday school at 9.4'5 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30. Monday, Little Light Bearers. Wednesday at 4.30, Junior Endeavor; at 7.30 congregational Bible study in Galatians; at 8.30 Home Mis sion Beading Circle, "In Red Men s Land." Friday at 3, Women's prayer meeting; at 7.30 communicantsclass in Christian doctrine; at 7.30, ad vanced sewing class. Saturday at 10.30 beginners' clase; at 7.30 choir prac tice. Olivet, Derry and Kittatinny Streets —The Rev. William O. Yates, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "Three Things God Expects of a Christian." Evening serv ice at 7.30 o'clock. Sufoject' of sermon, "The Christ rn History." Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Mid week prayer service Wednesday evening at 7.4'5.~ Immanuel, Sixteenth end Juniper— The Rev. H. Everett Hallman, pastor. Morning servfte at 10 o'clock. Even ing service at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 11.15 o'clock. C. E. Societies at 6.30. Covenant, Fifth and Peffer Streets— The Rev - . Harvey Klaer, pastor. Morn ing service at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Life Everlasting." Evening service nt 7.30 o'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "KJod's Last Word." Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Y. P. S. at 6.30. Sunshine 'Mission Band at 6.15. Westminster, Green and Reily Streets —The Rev. E. E. Curtis, pastor. 10.30, "God's Care and Our Ingrati tude." Sunday school at 1.45. C. E. at 6.30. 7.30, "Credit to Whom Cred it Is Due." Calvary, Cameron and Sycamore Streets—The Rev. Frank P. iM'ao'kejiaic, pastor. Mroning service at 10.15 o'clock. Sutojewt of sermon, "Number ing pur Days." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Unpardonable Sin." at 9 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. Mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7.30. REFORMED Salem, Chestnut and Third Streets— The Rev. Ellis X. Krcmer, pastor. Morn ing service at 10.30 o'clock. Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sundav school at 1.30 o'clock. Second, Broad and Green Streets— The Rev. Hftrry Nelson Bassler, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "Simon of Cvrene." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "The Wife of Pilate." Sunday school at 1.30 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30. St. John's, Fourth and Maclay Streets The Rev. G. W. ffartmjin, faster. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The World or Christ." Evening service at 7.30 oVI-ock. Sufo ject of sermon, " Religion and Woman hood." Sunday school at 9.45 o'clock. P. S. C. E. at 6.30 p. m. Fourth, Market. and Sixteenth Streets—The Rev. Homer Skvles 'May, pastor. Morning service at 10.4.") o'clock. Subject of sermon, "'A Home." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Willing to Live Unto Him." Sunday school at 9.30 o'clock. Hei.lefoere C. E. at 6.30. e EPISCOPAL St. Andrew's, Nineteenth and Mar ket Streets—The Rev. .Tames F. Bul litt, pastor. Morning prayer, ante-com munion and sermon at i 0.30. Sundav school and Biible classes at 12. Even ing prayer ami sermon at 7.30. St. Paul's. Emerald and Second Streets—Fourth Sundav in Lent. Holv Communion at 8 a. m. Service and ser mon at 11, Sunday school at 2.30. Service and sermon at 7.30. At 4 p. in. service at the Reformed church, Enola. Wednesdays at St. Paul's, at 7.45. Thursdays,* Fridsvs and Satur days at 4.30. •' St. Augustine's, Thirteenth and Hcrr Streets—Archdeacon E. L. Hen derson, rector. Morning service at 11. Evening service at 7.30. Sunday school at 12.30. Holy Communion at 7 a. m. Mount Calvary, Camp Hill—The Rev. O. H. Bridgman, pastor. Evening service at 7.30. Sundav school at 2.30. METHODIST Ridge Avenue, Sixth and Herr Streets—The Rev. John H. Daugherty, pastor. 10.30, sacrament of the Lord's Supper reception of menvbers and baptism of infants and adults. 7.30, "Why OhrLt Receives Sinners." 6.30, devotional meeting of Epworth League. 2, Sunday school. 9.30, love feast. ( Epworth—The Rev. J. D. W. Deavor, pastor. 9, class praise meeting. 10, Sunday school. 11 and 7.30, Holv Communion. Subject of evening ser mon, "Christ's Attitude Towards Those Who Hesitate to Accept Him." Epworth League at 6.30. Stevens, Thirteenth and Vernon Streets—Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker, pastor. Early morning class at 9.30. 10.30, "The Recruiting Department of the Church." Sunday school at 2. Epworth League at 6.3(i. Sunday even ing closing service at 7.30, "The Ene mies of Harridburg Women." You are invited to attend all services. Curtin Heights, Sixth Street Near Camp—The Rev A. 8. Williams, pas tor. 9.30, class meeting. 10.30, "Paul's Gospel." Baptism oif chil dren. 2, Sunday school. 6.30, ijp wor*h League. 7.30, reports from all departments. Tht church closes up a most successful yea/. The pastor will speak on "A Great Denomination and a Great Conference." St. Paiul 'g, Vine Btreet—The ttev. Roibert W Runyan, pastor. 10.30, "What Is Our Goalf" Evening serv ice at 7.30. school at 1.45. Kpworth League at G. 30. The Holy Communion will be celebrated and re ception of members and baptism. In the afternoon at 3.30 the pastor will address the men's mass meeting at Steelton. Grace —The Bev. J. D. Pox, D. D., pastor. 9.30, class meeting. 10.30, "The Christian Crowned." 1.45, Sunday school and men 's Bible class. •.45, Bpworth League. 7.30, " Chal lenge to Universal Gratitude.' Fifth Street—-The Rev. B. H. Hart, pastor. Praise meeting at 9.30. Morn ing service at 1'0.30. Sunday school at 2. Junior League at 3. Kpworth League devotional meeting at 8.30. At 7.30 six of Fanny Crosby's most papu lar hymns will be studied and sung by the congregation. BAPTIST Market Street, Market and \Fif teenth Street* —Tlie Rev. W. H. Dall maa, pastor. Morning service at 10.30. I OTj THIS TRADE-MARK I I S IS "YOUR GUARANTEE I I- There Is no genuine | I rir BAKER'S COCOA 1 I |M || BAKER'S CHOCOLATE I I |f I I unless It has this trade- | Iwi J f■ mar k on the package 1 I Xtfijillilr WALTER BAKER Q CO. LTD I I »«•■>»• ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS fc Subject, "The Baptist Conception of a Christian Church.'' Evening service at 7.30. Siibjee-t, "Are Sprin*kled Peo ple Christians?" Sunday school at 11.30. This is denominational day among Baptists and will be observed as such by this church. Young People's meeting at 6.30. Second, Cameron Street —The Rev." Albert Johiah Greene, A. 8., pastor. Morning service at 10.30. Subject, "'Reasons Why 'We Are Baptists.'' Evening service at 7.31). Subject, "In the Divine Mind." Sunday school at 13. B. Y. IP. U. at 6.3*0. Evangelistic services continue. Preaching every night, services begin at 7.30 sharp. Young People's meeting at 6.30. First, Second and Pine Streets. — The Rev. W. S. Booth, pastor. 10.30, "(Hindrances That Help." Sumday school at 11.30. C. E. at 6.30. 7.30, "Prayer." Baptism. St. Paul's, State and Cameron Streets—The Rev. E. Luther Cunning ham, pastor. Morning service at_lo.3o. Subject, "The Personality of the Holy Spirit." Evening service at 7.30. Special evangelistic service. Sun dav school at 13.30. B. Y. P. U. at 6.30. At 3 p. m. special platform serv ice in connection with tag day rally. Visitinlg ministers will discuss "The Mission of 'the Church." Inspiring singing by choir at special evangelistic service in the evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. CHURCH OF QOD Penbroc-k, 2733 O-.nby Street—The Rev. Jay C. Fomcrook, pastor. Morn ing service at 10.30. Evening service aP 7.30. Subject, "Creation's Groan ings." Sunday school at 9.30. C. E. at 6.40, At 3 p. m. the Re*. Charles P. Ranch, of Mechanict'burg, will speak to men. Subject, "A Man's Job. Nagle Street—The Rev. J. A. Staub, paiftor. Morning serviee at 10.3 th Sub ject, "Fi:ith and the Evidence of Faith." Evening service at 7.30. Re vival services. Sunday school at 1.30. C. E. at 6.43. Fourth Street —The Rev. William N. Yates, pastor. Morning service at 10.30. Subject, "Message to Members No. 2." Evening <ervice Sub ject, "Life's Purpose." Suaday school at 1.40. Jr. C. E. at 3. Senior and In termediate C. E. at 6.30. Missionary meeting Wednesday evening. The men of the Fourth Street Church of God Bible class expect to present living tickets at the door on Sunday at 1.40. Fourth and Maelav Streets —The Rev. F. I. M. Thomas, pastor. Morning service at 11. Subject, "Strengthening a Chain." Evening service at 7.30. Subject, "Repentance." Sunday school at 0.45. Y. P. S. C. E.-at 6.30. Prayer service Wednesday, evening at 7.30. Good music by a choir of trained vo-iees. Pleasant View—The Rev. George W. Harper, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45. 10.45, "How God Estimates Christian Character." Junior C. E. at 3. Sen ior C. E. at 6.45. 7.30, "The True Christian Needed To-day." Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.30. UNITED BRETHREN First, Boas Street-—The Rev. J. T. Spangler, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Angelus." Evening serviee at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Plight of a Skeptic." Sunday school at 1.45 p. in. Christian Eudeavor at 6.45 p. m. Sixth Street, Sixth and Seneca Streets —The Rev. P. H. Balstoaugh, pastor. Praise service at 9.45 a. m. Worship at 10.30 a. m. Subject of ser mon, "Joy in Heaven." Worship at 7.30 p. m. Subject of sermon, "From Desert to Garden." Sabbath school at 1.45 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 5.45 p. m. Senior Christian En deavor at 6.30 p. m. Saturday evening cottage prayer meeting at the home of U. S. G. Broomall, 2519 North Sixth street. " State Street, Eighteenth and State Streets —The Rev. E. A. G. Bossier, pastor. Morning service at 10.45 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Give Ye Them to Eat," a missionary sermon. Evening service at 7.30 t>'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "Impressions of the Billy Sunday Campaign." Sumitay school at 9.30 a. m. Baptism of children at the morning serviee. Junior Chris tian Endeavor at 6 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30 p. m. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. Otterbein, Fourth and Reily Streets —The Rev\ S. Edwin Rupp, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Sub ject of sermon, "Christ and the fSaved." Evening service at 7.30 l o'clock. Subject- of sermon, "Christ land the City." Sunday school at 2 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. Derrv Street, Fifteenth and Derry Streets—The .Rev. J. A. Lvter, D. D., pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Evening serviee ait 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 8.30 p. m. MISCELLANEOUS Associated Bible Students' Associ ation—The regular Sunday services i will be held in Cameron's Hall, 105 North Sreond street, at 3 p. m. Sub ject, "The Psyvhologftal Moment in Saul's Life." Prov. 16:3'2. Bereau study at 2 p. m. Any interested in Bible rtudy are invited. Fourth Street Church of Christ— Supplied by layman. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Tongues of Fire." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Wednesday evening prayer meet ing at 7.45 p. m. Christian aud (Missionary Alliance, Swaib building, Thirteenth and Market Streets, Second Floor, Boom 3—The Rev. W. H. Worrall, pastor. Sunday school at 9.30. Preathing at 10.30 and 1.30. Meeting Sunday evening at 7.30. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Church of the Brethren, Hummel Street —Sunday schiool at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. toy the Rev. A. K. Bollinger. Christian Workers at 6.45 p. m. A. M. E. Bethel, Briggs and Ash Streets —The Rev. U. G. Leeper, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Evening of Liife." Even ing service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of l sermon, "Human and Divine Agency j United in the Salvation of the Soul."i Sunday school at 1 p. m. Christian En-1 .deavor at 6.30 p. m. Wesley Union, Tanners and South! Streets —The Rev. W. A. Ray, pastor, j Preaching in the morning at 10.45' o 'clock. Subject, '' The Closets Re- 1 ward." Preaching in the evening at 7.30 o'clock. Subject, "Some Lessons of the Evening." Junior Ohristian En deavor at 5.30 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. Atfbury, Herr Street—The Rev. Irving H. Cai'penter, pastor. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject of ser mon, "The Invisible Influence," Even ing service at 8 o'clock, the Rev. J. S. Morrison. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Ijeague at 7 p. m. The Rev. W. Toliver, speaker, at 3 p. m. PREPARING MR STOUGH Local Evangelistic Chorus Will Leave For Lancaster on Tuesday at 6 O'Clock Final plans for the excursion of Harrisburgers to Lancaster next Tues day evening to hear Dr. Henry W. Stough, the evangelist will be maiie at a meeting Monday night in Ridge Aveuue Methodist Episcopal church. The songe to be sung by the Harris burg Evangelistic committee under whose direction the trip is to be held, will be rehearsed at this meeting un der the. direction of Charles F. Clip pinker, ihe leader. Special round trip tickets at $1.50 for adults, and 75c for children can bo purchased at the following places: Fountain grocery, Mulberry and Derry streets, Central book store, Cotterel 'a book store, ScheH's seed store, Thir teenth and Market streets, the grocery ; stores of G. E. Runkle, State and Lynn streets, S. R. Harris, 1929 North Sixth street, S. T. Kinsinger, Fourth and Woodbine streets, and the MeCurdy drug store, Steelton. Railroad pass privileges will be recognized on the special excursion train. The special will leave the Penn sylvania station for Lancaster at 6 o'clock sharp, and returning reach iHarriaburg at 11.30. The Hqrrisburg party will be met at the I>ancaster sta tion* by the Lancaster tabernacle chorus. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First ChuTch of Christ, Scientist, Board of Trade Hall. Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Testimonial meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Free reading rooms, Kunkel building, 1.30 to 5 p. m., daily, also Monday and Saturday evenings. adv. MEETINGS AT THREE CHURCHES Local Option Demonstration Will Be Held Sunday, March 21 Mass meetings for the purpose of making a demonstration in the cause of local option will be held on Sunday, LMaroh 21, at Grace Methodist church, Professor F. F. Holsopple, speaker; at the Augslburg Lufheran church, the Rev. William N. Yates, speaker, and at the Fourth Reformed church, the Rev. E. E. Curtis, speaker. BECK LEY TO LEAVE CLASS Will Be Succeeded by H. L Oarl as Teacher of Dsrry Street Men Efforts are being made by the Men's ißible class of Derry Street United Brethren church, Fifteenth and Derry streets, to have an attendance of 350 to-morrow as a farewell boost to O. P. Beckley, one of the teachers who is going on a business trip to the South. IMr. Beckley has been teaching the 'big class for several mouths. Sunday will be the last day he will teach for some time. Beginning with Sunday, March 21, H. L. Carl, another of tho teachers, will be in charge. As a reminder of Beckley's departure to the South, the membership commit tee of the class sent poet cards to each member this week bearing the slogan, "Wanted—3so Men to Say So Long to Beckley." 4 Get Bid of Lingering Colds, Coughs and La Gripps Spring fimte many afflicted with lingering, haoking coughs that weaken the system. Slush and wet cause more colds than zero weather. Croup, bron chitis, and pnerifcionia are prevalent. Every family should have a safe and reliable cough medicine ready for use. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound con tain? no. harmful ingredients. It eases a t>*gh,' checks a cold and relieves in flar.ud and tongesfcatt membranes. It cieart#%he air passages and soothes in flammation. Geo. A. Gorgas, 16 North Third street. —Adv. 600 ATTEND C. E. CANTATA AT TECH HIGH LAST NIGBT Musical Selections, Both Vocal and In strumental, Marked by High Ap preciation of Audience—A. C. Dean Beads History of Union Great musical attractions were given by the Harrisburg Christian Endeavor Cheral Union in the Technical High school auditorium last evening, when fully 600 people wee in attendance. The program was opened with a short history of the Choral Union bv A. 0. Dean, president of the Harrisburg C. K. Union. He said, in part: "The Harrisburg C. E. Choral Union was founded in 1909. E. O. Zurkcr was tihe first chorister and was followed by Prof. J. Raymond Swartz and l'rof. Frank A. McCarreil, who is now the present chorister. The Rev. F. E. Clark, D. D., of Boston, founded the great C. E. movement 34 years ago with 40 rftembers. and the society has grown to 80,000 societies, with approx imately 4,000,000 members. The Choral Union is a part of the great or ganization and is doing "excellent work i nthis city and vicinity. ft is com posed of many music-talented members. A uumlber of cantatas have already \ been rendered and 'The Nazareno' pro duction is more difficult than any tlhus far rendered." The soloists, Mrs. Roy G. Cox, so prano; Mrs. H. L. Hertzler, contralto; Earle D. Rhoads, tenor, and George Sutton, baritone, rendered the solo parts throughout the cantata with much ap preciation by the audience. The orchestra, composed of the fol lowing, violins, W. Walley Davis, Claude R. Engle, .lames McCormick, Jr.; cornets, H. D. Sollenberger, W. D. Reed; clarinet, W. S. Wire; nutes, Miss Frances Dunlap, George A. Roberts; celJLo, I. N. Rider, W. G. Dunlap; bass violin, W. P. Brandt, accompanied by Bliss Catherine D. Heikes, pianist, ren dered thp musical attractions. Prof. Frank A. McCarreil is the ef ficient chorister of the Choral Union. Following are the officers and menvbers: Officers —President, J. Frank Palmer; vice president, Forest E. Svhwartz; secretary, Anna McKelvey; treasurer, Mary Dellart; pianist, Catherine D. Heikes; director, Frank A. McCarreil. Sopranos—Miss Gertrude Seitz. Miss Maude Parker, Miss Margaret 'Matthias* Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. George Maddux, Miss Lydia Kutz, iMiss Daisy Criswell, Mrs. Hilbush, Miss Grace McKelvey, Mrs. Charles R. Bartley, 'Miss Anna Ludwig, Miss Jane Kinzer, Mrs. J. W. Weaver. Miss iMargaret Khumaker, Miss Myrtle Del Hart, Miss Ruth Martin, Mrs. J. B. Hess, Mrs. W. G. Hoover, Miss Verna linker, Miss Sarah MMirari, Miss Christine Miller, Mrs. E. E. Clark, Mrs. William Hamer, Miss Emily Ed wards, Miss Julia Eenn, Mrs. J. Frank Palmer, Mrs. William Deal, Miss E.ina Miller, '.Miss Eleanor Bricker, Miss Grace Long, Miss Katherine Rea, Miss Edna Hoover, Miss Katherine Uermer, Miss Anna Bockus, Miss Edna Forrer, Miss Ida Sowers, Mrs. J. F. Stoece, Miss Ella Morrison, 'Miss Elizaibcfh i Beliman, Miss Ethel Harbolt, Mrs. H. D. Sollenberger, Miss Esther Smith, Mrs. J. E. Watson, Miss Ida Conner, Mrs. Evaiine Bornman, Miss Sue Dun kle, Mrs. H. 0. Pedlow, 'Miss Margaret iHeikes, Miss Martha Graham, Miss Beulah Drawbaugh, Mrs. Mattel Draw 'baugh, Miss Elda Pannebaker, Mrs. Ella Brig'hfbill. Altos—Mrs. Anna Edgar, Miss Marv Church, Mrs. E. S. Schilling,' Mrs. Lydia Williams, Mrs. J. F. Swengei, Mrs. H. C. .Baum, Mrs. John Whistler, Miss Mary DeHart, Miss 'Jlyrta Bbner, Miss Anna M'eKelvey, Miss Helen McKelvey, (Mrs. Daniel Kecvie, Miss Nell Jones, Mrs. Perry Beck, Miss Anna Dimni, Miss Bessie March, Mrs. C. L. Bressler, Miss Nell Morley, Miss Marie Ripper, Mrs. C. E. Williams, Miss Ida Dimm, Mrs. Samuel MctElhose, Mrs. Violet Bolan, Mrs. W. F. Eilder, Miss Sara Slieesley, Miss Elisabeth Bowman, Miss Hazel Drawbaugh. Tenors—Charles Bartley, Ira Charles, 'M. A. Morrison, F. F. Hetrick, J. Frartk Palmer, H. S. McKelvey, C. E. Whitman, H. W. 'Buttorf, Mr. Stouffer, Ralph Brightbill, Russell Brightbili, ill. E. Trostle, Lewis Markley. Bass —John Harder, Henry Stewart, Henry Bruce, Forest Schwartz, Walter Dumm, H. C. 'Baum, W. G. Hoover, Alfred Lewis, Oliver Sensenig, T. E. iStep'henson, Edward Bennett, Dr. E. 31. James. Fanner Dies Suddenly While at Work iLe'banon, Mare»h 13.—Christian Bst do*f, a farmer living at East Lickdale, was fatally stricken with paralysis on Thursday as he was in the act of look ing after the chores at the barn. His dead body was founji a few minntes later, death having been instantaneous. He was in his 85th year. Funeral serv ices will tie 'held to-mOrrow morning at 10 o'clock, with burial in the ceme tery at the Union church near Lick dale. Church to Celebrate Anniversary Marietta, March 13.—St. John's Lutheran church, Maytown, is prepar ing to celebrate its one hundredth and fiftieth anniversary during the first week in April. A .new pipe organ is 'being installed and other improvements made to tJie interior of the church. It is the oldest congregation in t)bis sec tion of the State. The Bev. Joseph D. Krout is pastor. iUNDAY SCHOOL. Lesson Xl.—First Quarter, For ' March 14,1915. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Taxt of the Lation, | Sam. xi—Memory Vara**, 12, 13—Qoldan T*xt, Prov. xvi, 32— Commentary Praparad by Rav. D. M. Staarna. After tbe Lord bad brougbt to Samvel tbo mail whom He bad cbosen as king for Israel and Samuel had anointed htm he returned to his home, having met on his way all whom Samuel said he would meet, for all came to pass Just as Samuel said. Tbe Spirit of the Lord came upon him, and he became a changed man (chapter x, 6-10). All this was a prjvate matter between the Lord and Sauiuel and Saul, for when Saul reached home he only told that Samuel hud assured him that tbe asses had been found, but be suld nothing of the kingdom. Then Saui culled the people to Mizpeh. reminded them of tbe Lord's deliverance from Egypt and all etfemies and of their rejection of God In demanding a king and then proceeded to have them elect a king with God's permission. It was. nu doubt, done by lot, as the land was di vided, for "the lot Is cast Into the lap, but the whole disposing thereof Is of the Lord" (Nun), xxvl. .18. 06; Prov. xvi, 33). First tbe tribe was found und then the family and then the man (chapter x. 20, 21; compare Josh. vii. 16-18), and thus they were guided lo tbe man whom He had already chosen and unointed. Although elected. be could not for a time be found, so they Inquired of the Lo.'d. and He told them where to tlnd him. Whether it he a person or a thing that cannot be found, He that is perfect In knowledge knows where to find tbe lost (Job xxxvi, 4i When the people looked upon tbs man whom God bad chosen they could not refrain from shouting. "God sav» tbe king!" or. as in the margin. "Let tbe king live!" (x. 23-25.) The band of men whose hearts God had touched were a coml'ort to him. so that he was able to seem as a deaf man to his ene mies (x. 20. 27). Our lesson chapter shows how Saul by the Spirit of tbe Lord began to deliver Israel and to ob tain tbe confidence of the people. 1 suppose there is scarcely a day in tb« life of any child of God when there in not an occasion to say. "Now, the ser pent'' (Gen. 111, 1). for he Is ever going about to make trouble. Nahash, whoso name signifies "serpent," was moved by the devil, whose he was and whom he served, to seek to bring reproacli upon Israel (verses 1-3). Saul heard ol tbe distress of Jabesh Gileud aud in « very striking way summoned the peo pie to gather unto him and Samuel and 330.000 gathered, and word wai sent to the distressed that they would have help by the morrow. That night or in the early morrting (verse 111 Saul came suddenly upon the Ammon ites and so completely routed theiu that two of them were not left togeth er (verses 4-11). Tbe morning deliverance* of tbe Bi ble are full of interest and are ail sng gestlve of the morning that is coining when the Lord shall Anally and for ever deliver Israel (Vs. xivl. 5, mar gin). Compare Ps. xlix. 14, and sei Ex. xiv, 24. 27. Think also of Dan. vl, 19-23. and of the deliverance that cam« to the disciples In the morning watch (Mark vi. 48). But. while believers mas i well rejoice in the glorious morning that is coming and in Him who is to us the Morning Star (Tl Sam. sxiil, 5; Rev. xxii. 16). it Is also written that there will be no morning for such a* do not believe God (Isa. viii. 20; mar gin and revised version). When tbe people saw the great deiiveranc* wrought by Saul they asked to hav« Baul's enemies put to death, but Saul would not listen to It. saying. "Ther« shall not a man be put to death thii day, for today the Lord hath wrought salvation In Israel" (verses 12, 13). II was the same power that wrought foi Israel at the Red sea (Ex. xlv, 13, 30| and on so many occasions in all tbeii history, and their greatest dellveranc* is yet to come (Zech. xlv, 3, 9). Samuel then gathered the people to Gllgal, and there they made Saul king before the Lord, offered sacrifices, aud all Israel rejoiced greatly (verses 14. 15). Thus far all,seemed to be going well, but when man has his way there is soon failure, for "verily, every man at hli best state (apart from God) is alto getber vanity" (Ps. xxxix, 5). Chapter xii tells how Samuel rehears ed the history of the nation from tbeii coming out of Egypt, the Lord's deal ings with them under Moses and Aaron and how many a time He de llvered tbem in the dajrs of the Judges He also asked them to testify as t« whether during ail tbe time that h« had Judged them he bad ever taken anything from them or defrauded anj one or taken a bribe to blind bis eyes but they called God to witness thai they could find no fault in him in anj of these matters (xii. 1-5). To show them that he x was right before th« Lord as well as In their eyes and that they bad done wrong in asking tor s king when the Lord Himself was tbeii King be asked the Lord to send thun der and rain that day. and He did so. The people seemed to see their sin and asked Samuel to pray for them (xll tt-19). Samuel assured them that though they hnd done this great wrong yet if they would truly turn to the Lord and fear Him and serve Him in trutfc with all their heart lie would for His great name's sake forgive them and Dot forsake them and he (Samuel) would not cease to pray for them. Declined With Thank*. Beggar—Won't you gtve me a nickel for my starving wife, lir? Pedestrian —Nothing doing. I'm married already. —Philadelphia Ledger. Quit* Logical. Teacher—Freddie, why do yon spell bank with such a large "B?" Freddie— "Cause pa said that a bank was no good Unless it had a large capital!