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HIST Mill CIDRCI WILL
CELEBRATE SIM MEM!
Former Pastors to
Speak at Services to
Be Held During the
1 FIRST BAPTIST
IS IN 86TH YEAR
I Mart c*l Selections and Addresses By
J ' Director Svreigart An Arranged
Ftr Sraning Meeting At Stevens
| . Memorial M £.
1 The Christ Lutheran congregation,
Bev. X*r. Thomas Reisch, pastor, will
eater upon a week of special services
tMMmw in celebration of the twen
ty-Afth anniversary of the organiza
tion of the church. Sen-ices will be
held ewrv evening of next week. The
pulpit will be occupied to-morrow at
Mtk seeviees by the Bev. Dr. C. R.
Trewfch4ge. of" Easton, president of
the East Pennsylvania Synod. There
•will be special music by select choir
at all services. The banner day in the
Sunday school is anticipated for to-*
Morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Attrac
tive features for the school will be
short addresses by all of the former
superintendents of Christ Sunday
school. all bnt one of wbom are still
members of the ehurvh and school.
Monday evening will be booster 1
night and congregational reception. |
Ihe addresses will be made by mem- 1
berg of the church. Witraan's orchestra j
•WiM furnish the music. Tuesday ev«-
isg is Christian Endeavor night, the
address is to be delivered bv the first i
pastor, the Rev. T. L. Arouse, of j
wharpsburg. Pa. Wednesday evening is
asiasienarv night, when the Rev. Dr. '
91. H. Stine, lately returned from the
tains inn fold of South America, will de- j
liver an address on missions. Thursday I
* evening is Sunday school night, when
a lacjre chorus of" men from the school 1
and Men's Bible class will sing. The
Bev. Dr. C. P. Sanders, of Gettysburg
will speak. Sunday, March 2-8, \
arill conclude the week of celebration
and will be specially featured by the
reception of twenty-five new members,
one for each year of the church "s ex
satance. The public is invited to all of
First Baptist Birthday Too
The first Baptist church, Second j
and Pine streets, the Rev. W. S. Booth, j
pastor, will celebrate its eighty-fifth
anniversary this Sunday. The topic of j
the morning sermon at 10.30, will be
"The History of the Church and a .
Forward Look." The evening topic '
■will be "The Baptists and What They i
Believe." The church has been prac- !
ticing self-denial this week to make
a church birthday offering for missions
-during the day. Special music will be a !
feature and in the evening a woman
7t> \ ears old will be baptized.
The Sunday evening service at the
Stevens Memorial Methodist church, j
at Thirteenth and Vernon streets, will
be characterized by its musical fea
tures. The Rutherford Y. M. O. A. Glee
club and the Stevens Memorial male
chorus, bath of which are under the
direction of George W. Sweigert, will
be combined for this service and will
sing Lansing's "Praise Ye the Lord."
with Mrs. Carl Heefner, the director
ot" the church choir, singing the
to. For this soug Miss Myrtle P. Schell
■will accompany them at the piano. A
second selection by the combined
male choruses will* be Robert Hark
■eei' "Shadows," with William Lin
gle as soloist.
The church choir unfler the direc
* tion of Mrs. Heefner, will aiso sing
•everal anthems, and these special
numbers will be interspersed with eon- ]
tffegatioa songs from the tstough cam
paign song book, ' • Make Christ I
King. - '
Mr. Sweigert will be the speaker j
of the evening and will talk briefly on |
"Church Fellowship.'' The combined I
Bale choruses will comprise forty
voices and both of these organizations
are well known throughout the city.
The church choir is made up of twenty
simgers with Mns. Heefner. Miss Flora
Wile and William Lingle as soloists.
Dr. Moor* Will Speak
To-morrow morning. Dr. E. J.
Moore, of Philadelphia, will preach in
tke Stevens Memorial church, at 10.30
Sunday, March 24. Dr. Clayton Al
bert Sinucker, in the Stevens Mem- !
o/al church, will begin his second an- j
nual course of Holy Week addresses, j
arranged in the special interests of
Men and women who are earnest in
their desire to fiu.l the truth. The Holy
Weak mission calendar follows: Palm
.Sunday—The I>ay of Triumph, 10.30
*. m. and 7.30 y. m. Monday—The
Day if Authority, 7.45 p. m. Tues
day—The Day of Controversy, 7.45
p. m. Wednesday—The Day of Retire
neat, 7.45 p. ni. Thursday—The Day :
Fellowship, the Holy Communion
will be administrered at 7.45 p. m. Fri
day—The Day of Suffering, 7.45 p. m.
faster Sunday—The Day of Resurrec
tion, 10.3 V a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Music at St. Steven's
At the 4.30 Sunday afternoon ves
per service in St. Stephen's Episcopal ;
church, the choir will again sins Men
delssohn 's motet. "Hear My Prayer." |
Owing to the inclement weather two ;
weeks ago it was impossible for manv
to attend and it will be repeated to
morrow through numerous requests.
On tie following Sundav afternoon,
lUrch 28, te choir will sins Maun
der'g penitential cantata, "Olivet to
At Pine Street Presbyterian church
to-morrow morning the choir will sing: '
"Tfceu Wilt Keep Him in Perfect i
P«ft«e" (IFoeter) and Mrs. Hertzler will
eiag a solo, "Bow Down Thiae Ear"
At the evening service the third ser
men in tfee current series on "God"
■will be preached, the theme for this!
■tody being "The Comforting God,"
Jcfc 34:10. The choir will sing two
anthems: "A Song in the Night"
(Woodman) and "'Hear My Prayer"
Beginning at 7.15 o'clock the church
organist will give an organ
playing the following numbers: "Al-
Jegrp Maestoso e Vivace"' (Sonata IT)
(Mendelssohn); "Elegie"' (Massanet),
"Reverie" (Kinder), "Second Move
ment (Suite Gothique) (Boellman).
The sessions of the church school are
held on Sunday afternoon at 1.30
o'clock for children with the Interna
tional Graded lessons taught tor capable
teachers in small classes; at 1.41)
o'clock the advanced departments of
the school with organized i&bie classes
for all ages of men and women. On
'Wednesday evening the mid-week serv
ice is held in the lecture room, entrance
corner of Third and South streets. The
topic for consideration will 'be ''Ob
taining Our Inheritance."
Numbers at Messiah
Music at Messiah Lutheran church
to-morrow will be: iMorning, Prelude,
' 'Adagio,'' Shelley: Offertory, *' Melody
in A flat," Raff; -Anthem. "Wear ths
Voice," Steane; Postlude. "Temple
IMarch," Vincent. Evening, Prelude,
" Meditatiofi," Ijefebore; Offertory,
Andantiho," Fielit-z; Anthem, "The
Radiant Morn Hath Passed Awav,"
Woodward; Postlude, "Allegro," King.
lowa Minister Here
At the (Market Square Presbyterian
church to-morrow morning the sermon
will be preached by an expert in Sun
day school missions in the West. The
IRev. Hugh W. Rankin, of Pocatello,
Idaho. who is the superintendent in
charge of the Sunday school uiissious
of the "Pretfbvterian chvuvh in Utah and
Idaho, will tell of the growth of Chris
tian life and sentiment through the
Sunday schools being planted in that
In the evening the minister-in-cliarge,
the Rev. William B. t'ooke, will preach.
The music for the morning service at
11 is; Prelude, "Fsntasie in Eminor,"
Merkel; solo, "O for the Wings of ft
Dove." Mendelssohn, "Mrs. Marris; of
fertoTy. "Romance," Richmond; post
lude. "Grand Chorus," Lemaigre. In
the evening at 7.30; Prelude,
"Romanra," Parker: anthem, "Lo. It
Is I," Faure-Shellev; offertory, " An
dante," Loud; postlude in IB flat. Guil
Hill Men WiU Not Meet
The Allison Hill Men "s Christian As
sociation have cancelled their regular
Sunday afternoon service to-morrow in
order to permit the members to attend
a local option rallv to be held in the
Fourth Reformed cnureh, SixteAth and
Market streets at 3.30. Services will
<be resumed March 28. for which date
an interesting program is being ar
The regular order of services in the
local churches to-morrow follows:
Redeemer, Nineteenth and Kensing
. ton Streets—The Rev. E. Victor Ro
j land, pastor. Morning sen-ice at 10.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The Ex
! ample of Jesus." Evening service at
j 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The
Straight Gate." Sunday school at 9.30
j o'clock. Junior C. E. at 2 p. m. Senior
j C. E. at 6.30. The men of the Redeemer
| Lutheran church will make an every
member canvass of the congregation
! Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock.
[ Services will be held Tuesday, Wed
: uesday and Thursday nights of next
i week and every evening vluring Holy
Messiah, Sixth and Forster Streets—
| The Rev. (Henry W. Hanson, pastor,
i Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Even-
I ing service at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday
school at 2 o 'clock.
Augsburg, Fifth and Mueneh Streets
—The Re*. Amos 'Maxwell Stamets,
pastor, Xorning service at 10.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The True
Church.'" Evening service at 7.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, ''"What It
Is to Be a Christian." Sunday school
at 2 o'clock. Chriltiau Endeavor at
6.30. Services next week every night
with the exception of Monday and Sat
Bethlehem —The Rev. J. Bradley
Markward, D. D„ pastor. 10.30 a. m.,
'•Show Us the Father." 7.30 p. m.,
"Is Church-Going Worth Whilst" Sun
day school at 1.45. C. E. prayer meet
ing at 6.30.
Zion. Fourth Street—The Rev. S.
i Winfield Herman, pastor. Morning serv-
I ice at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
! mon. "Breaking His Body." Evening
I service at 7.30 o 'clock. Subject of ser
mon, "The Xew Name." Sunday school
iat 1.45 o'clock. Men's class at 1.50.
Senior catechetical class at 6.30.
Trinity. South Ninth Street—The
Rev. R. L. Meisenhelder, pastor. Morn
ing service at 10.30. Subject of ser
mon, Brimful Christians.' Evening serv
ice at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
'•How to Come to Christ." C. E. at
Holy Communion, State and Seven
teenth Streets—The Rev. John Henry
Miller, pastor. Morning service at
10.45 o'clock. Sofojeet of sermon,
''The Great High Priest." Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
mon. "The Triumphs of the Cross."
Sunday school at 9.30 o'clock. Luther
League at 6.30. 'Midweek service av
S p. m. Cottage service at 218 Reily
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
St. Matthew's, Green and Seueoa
Streets—The Rev. E. E. Snyder, pas
tor. Morning service at 10 o'clock.
Subject of sermon, "God's Treasure
and Its Keepers." Evening service at
7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "In
vestment of the Soul." Sundav school
at 10 o'clock Lenten services Wed
nesday and Friday evenings at 7.45.
Calvary. South Thirteenth anr Reese
Streets—The Rev. Edward "H. Paar,
pastor. Morning service at 11 o'clock, i
Subject of sermon, "Never Seeingi
Death by Keeping Christ's Saying."]
Evening service at 7.30 o'clock! Sub
ject of sermon, "Christ on the Way I
of Sorrows." Sunday school at 10
Memorial, Fifteenth and Shoop
Streets—The Rev. L. C. Manges. D. D„
pastor. Morning serviee at 10.30
o'clock. Sutiject of sermon, "The Light
of Glory in the Dark Night of His Pas
sion." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock.
Subject of sermon, "The Appeal of His
Service." Sunday school at 2 o'clock.
'Men's prayer meeting at 10 a. m. Jun
ior Lutheran League at 5.30 p. m;
Senior Lutheran league at 6.30 p. m.
Topic, "Open Discipleship," John 19:
38-40. I«ader. W. G. Hoover. Soprano
solo "by Miss Blanche Fleisher.
Trinity, Camp Hill—The Rev. Dr. E.
D. Weigie, pastor. Morning worship at
10 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The
Savior's Last Journey to Jerusalem."
Evening worship at '7.30. Subject of
sermon, "Why fMen Are Not Saved."
Sunday school at 9.15 a.m. Special serv
ices nightly the following week prepa
ratory to the Easter ingathering.
St. Mark's, West 'Fairview—The Rev.
A. G. Wolf. Sunday school at 1.30. C.
E. at 6.30. Preaching at 7.15.
i St. Paul's, New Cumberland—The
HARRTSBTJRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 20, 1915.
'» ■ - - -- , 11 - ———.
Rev. A. G. Wolf. Sunday school at
9.30 a. m. Preaching a* 10,3-0 a. m.
G. E at < p. m.
Zion, Fjiola—The Kev. JM. 8. Sharp,
pastor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Evening service at 7.30 e'clock.
Sunday school at 9.30. <7. E. at 6.45.
Market Square—The "Rev. William
|B. Cooke, ininister-in-change. Morning
service at 11. Subject, "Sunday School
Missions in Ftah and Idaho,' by the
Rev. Hugh W. Rankin. Evening serv
ice at 7.30. Sermon by the Rev. Wil
liam B. Cooke. Sunday school at
Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6.30'. Wednesday, Jr.
I C. E. at 4.30. Prayer meeting at 7.30,
a review of "In Red .Man's Land,"
by eight ladies. Friday, Women's
prater meeting at 3. Communicants'
class in the foundations of christian
life at 7.30.
Tine Street. Third and Pine Streets
—The Rev. Lewis Seymour Mudge, D.
I>„ pastor. The Rev. J. S. Armen trout,
assistant pastor. 10.30, morn in j serv
ice, sermon on Acts 9.11, 41 A Picture
of Prayer." 7.30, evening service,
third sermon in current series on
"God, the Comforting God," Job
35.10. 1.30, Sunday school, elementary
departments, international graded les
sons. 1.40, Sunday school, advanced
departments, adult Bible classes. 6.30,
Sr. C. K. Society. Wednesday, March
24, 7.30 p. m.. mid-week service. Topic,
"Obtaining Our Inheritance." No.
Westminster, Green and R-eilv
St rects—The Kev. E. E. Curtis, pastor.
Church, 10.30 a m. "Time." Sunday
school at. 1.45. C. E. at 6.30. Churcb,
7.30. "A Clean Record."
Olivet, Derrv aad Kittatinnv Streets
—The Rev. William O. Ystes, pastor.
Morning service at 10.30. Subject,
"Sword of the Spirit." Evening serv
ice at 7.30. Subject, "Christ and the
Lonely." Sunday school at 2. C. E. at
6.30. Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7.45.
Immanuol, Sixteenth and Juniper
Streets—The Rev. H. Everett Hall
nun, pastor. Morning service at 10.
Evening service at 7.30. Sundav school
at 11.1.5. ■>
Bethany, Cameron aud Cumberland
Streets—The Rev. John M. Warden,
pastor. Evening service at 7.30. Sub
ject, "The Inner Circle." Sundav
school at 9. C. E. at 6.4 a.
* ovenaat. Fifth and Pcffer Streets
The Rev. Harry Klaer. pastor. Morn
ing service at 10.30. Subject, "The
Light of the World." Evening service
at 7.50. Subject, "Leauins From the
life of Joseph," illustrated. Sundav
school at 2. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
Calvary, Cameron and Svcamore
Streets—The Rev. Frank B. Macken
zie. pastor. 'Morning service at 10.15.
Subject, "Fears Dispelled." Evening
sen-ice at 7.30. The Rev. Hugh Ran
kin. Sunday school missionary, Syuiod
of Idaho, will speak on the work of
at 9. C. E. at 6.30. Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings," of next
week, special evangelistic services.
I'axton—The Rev. Harrv B. King,
pastor, will preach at 11' a. m. on
''Thi> Uncultivated Gift." and at 7.30
p. m. on "The Dying Malefactor."
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian
Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m.
Capital Street, Capital and Forster
Streets—The Rev. B. M. Ward, pastor.
Morning service at 10.45 o'clock. Sub
ject of sermon, "The Way to Happi
ness." Evening service at' 7.45 o'clock,
when the Ladies' Missionary Society
will hold a popular meeting. Sunday
school at 1j!.30 p. m. <'hristi«n En
deavor at 7.15 p. m. Prayer meetiug
on Wednesday at 8 p. m.
St. P#pl s, State and Cameron
Streets—The Rev. E. Luther Cunning
ham. pastor. 10.30, --The Holv Spir
(|t— His Operations." 7.30. evangel
j istic service. Sunday school at 12!30.
B. P. I. at 8.30. Inspiring singinjj
by choir at all services. Some one is
saved at every service. Praver meet
ing Wednesday at 8 p. m. All invited.
First. Second and Pine Streets—The
Rev. W. S. Booth, pastor. Eightv-fifth
anniversary. 10.30, "The Historv of
the Church." 1130, Sunday school.
6.30, Christian Endeavor. 7.30, "The
Baptists and What They Believe."
Baptism at the close of the evening
Second The Rev, Albert Josiah
Greene, A. 8.. pastor. 10.30. "In the
Divine Mind." 7.30, "The Christ of
History." Sunday school at 12. B.
"i. P. IT. at 6.30. Unusual attractions
and special efforts in each service for
you. Don't miss. Young people's
meeting. Mid-week service Wednrsdav
:at 7.30 p. m. Public is invited to
Tabernacle, Foster Street Near
Sixth—Denominational Day. 10.30,
; the pastor, rhe Rev. Calern A. Hare,
will preach on "The Distinctive Char
acteristics of a Baptist Church." 7.30,
' hv Faith Saves." Bible school at
11.30. Young people's meeting at
6.30. Baptist rally at First Baptist
church Tuesday evening.
Market Street, Market and Fifteenth
Streets—The Rev, \V. H. Daihnau, pas
tor. Morning service at 10.30. 7.30,
"The Three Links.' Sunday school at
11.30. At the morning service the
Rev. \V illiam G. Russell, secretary of
the American Baptist Home Missionary
Society, will be the preacher, ii the
evening the pastor will preach a ser
mon to Odd Fellovs. Harrisburg Lodge
No. 68 will attend the service. Young
people'B meeting at 6.30.
St. Paul's. Vine Street—The Rev.
Mr. Beam, of Lemovne, will preach.
Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Sub
ject of sermon, '' How the Lord Helps.''
Evening service at 6.30 by the E, worth
League. Sunday school at 1.45 o'clock.
Fifth Street—The Rev. B. H. Hart,
pastor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "What Is
Man?" Sunday school at 2 o'cloek.
Junior League at 3 o'clock. Epworth
League at 6.30. The pastor will preach
in the morning and teach his men's
class in the afternoon. In the eveniug
he will preach in the First Reformed
church at Shamokin.
Stevens Memorial. Thirteenth anil
Vernon Streets —The Rev. Dr. Clayton
Akbert Smucker, piaster. Early morning
class at 9.30. 'Morning praver and
sermon at 10.30. Dr. E. J. -Moore, su
perintendent of the Pennsylvania Anti-
Saloon League, will preach. Sunday
school at 2 p. m. Epworth at
6.30. Sunday evening closing service
A NOTRE DAME LADY'* APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the Joints, sciatica,
lumbago* backache, pains la the kidneys or
neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home
treatment which has repeatedly cured ail of !
these tortures. She feels it her duty to send
it to all Bulerers FRKR. Yon cure yourself
at hone as thousands will testify—no change
of climate being necessary. This simple
iliscorery banishes nric acid from the blood,
loosens uie stiffened Joints, Dundee the blood
and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and
tone to the whole system. If the above
interests yoa, lor proof address Mrs. M.
| Summer*, Bsc S, Notre Dame, lad. '
The firat thing to do for a sprain or
a bruise is to cover the hart with a
piece <rf flannel soaked with Omem
Oil. Quick relief usually follows tbis
simple treatment. Trial bottle ioc.
will talk and direct the "Song Night
Service." You are invited to attend all
Ridge Avenue Methodist, Sixth and
Ilerr Streets —The Rev. John H. Daugh
erty, pastor. 10.30 a. m., preaching by
the Rev. A. G. Boyles. 7.30 p. m., a
memorial service to Fanny Crosby will
be held, in charge of "the Epworth
League. Class meeting at 9 a. m. Sun
day school at 2.
Marysville—The Rev. S. B. Bidlack,
pastor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Evening service at Hillis ta'b
ernacie. Sunday school at 9.30 o'clock.
West SKairview—The Rev. S. B. Bid
lack. pastor. Kvening service at 7.30
o'clock. Sunday school at 1.30 o'clock.
Personal Workers' League at 7 p. in.
Grace —Preaching by the Rev. J.
H. Hackenbcrg, D. D., of the Church of
the Holy Cross, Reading. Sunday
school at 1.45 p. m. Epworth league
at 6.45 p. m. Evening service at 7.30
o'clock. Preaching bv Dr. Hackcnberg.
St. Andrew's, Nineteenth and Mar
ket Streets—The Bev. .lames P. Bul
litt. rector. Holy Communion at 8
a. m. Morning prayer, litany and ser
mon at 10.30 o'clock. Sunday school
and Bible classes at 12 m. Evening
prayer and sermon at 7.30 o'clock.
St. Paul's. Second aud Emerald
Streets—Passion Sunday, to-morrow.
Holy Communion at 8 a. m. Service
and sermon, "The Great Invitation,"
at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.
m. Service and sermon, "St. Patrick,"
at 7.30 p. m. Monday at 8 p. in., the
Rev. C. fi. Twomblev will address the
Men's Club on the •' Vice Cruspde in
Ijancaster.'' Confirmation class. Tues
day at 8 p. m.: Wednesday, 7.45 p.
in., the Rev. H. B. i'ulsifer; Thursday,
7.45 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.; Friday and
Saturday, 4.30 p. m.
St. Stephen's—The Rev. Rotlin A.
Sawyer, rector. Holy Communion at S
a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11
o'clock. Evening prayer at 4.30
o'clock. At this service the choir will
Tender "Hear My Prayer" by Men
dellsohn. Sundav school at 10 a. m.
St. Augustine, Thirteenth and Herr
Streets —Archdeacon E. L. Henderson,
rector. Holy Communion at 7 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.
m. Sunday school at 12.30 p. m. Even
ing prayer and sermon at 7.30 o'clock.
Mount Calvary, Camp Hill —The
Rev. 0. H. Bridgmnn, pastor. Morning
service at 10.30 o clock. Sunday
school at 2.30 p. m.
Fourth. Market and Sixteenth
Streets—The K<>v. Homer Skyles May,
pastor. Morning service at-10.4£>. Sub
ject. "God's Challenge to the Mam."
livening service at 7.31). Subject,
"Thy Brother." Sunday school at
9.50. Heidelberg O. E. at 6.30. Men's
mass meeting at 3.30.
Second, Verbeke and Green Streets
—The Rev, Harry Nelson Hassler. pas
tor. Morning service at 10.30. Subject,
"A View From Hie Cross." Evening
service at 7.30. Subject, "The Cen
turian, a View From Below." Sunday
school at 1.45. Bible class at 1.50. Y.
P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
Salem, Chestnut and Third Streets
—The Rev. Ellis X. Kremer, pastor.
Divine services at 10.30 a. in. and 7.30
p. in. Sunday school at 1.3-0. Lenten
services Wednesday and Friday at
7.45 p. m.
St. John's. Fourth and Maclav
Streets—The Rev. G. W. Hartmaii.
pastor. Morning service at 11. Subject,
"The Evil Malefactor." Evening serv
ice at 7.30. "Our Personal Savior."
Bundav school at 9.45. Y. P. 8. C. 13.
St. Andrew's, Penbrook—The Rev.
W. R. Hartzell, j>a«tor. Evening serv
ice at 7.30. Subject, "The Life Inter
nal." Sunday school at 9.30.
St. Matthew's, Enola —The Rev. W.
R. Hartzell, pastor. Preparatory serv
ice at 10.15. Subject, "The Spiritual
Kingdom." Sunday school at 9.45. C.
E. at 6.45.
First, Boas Street^ —The Rev. J. T.
Spangler, pastor. 10.30, "Dominant
Feature of the Eucharist." 7.30, "Be
hold He Prayeth." Sunday school at
1.45. C. E. at 6.45.
| Otterbein, Fourth and Beily Streets
! —The Rev. S. Edwin Rupp. pastor, will
| preach at 10.30 on "Christ and the
| Church" and at 7.J0 on "Christ and
' the Xation." Sunday school at 2. C.
I E. at 6.30.
i State Street. Eighteenth and State
| Htreets—The Bev. E. A. G. Bossier,
' pastor. 10.15, anniversary services of
young ladies' Bi-ble class. 7.30, "IHV>w
Shall We Escaipe?" Sunday school at
9.30. Junior C. E. at 6. Y. P. S. C. K.
at 6.30. Mid-week prayer service Wed
-1 nesday at 7.30 p. m.
i Derry Street, Fifteenth and Derry
i Streets^—The Bev J. A. Lyter, 1). D.,
| pastor. Morniug service at' 10.30.
Evening service at 7.30. Sunday
! school at 2. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
I Sixth Street. Sixth and Seneca
Streets —The Bev. P. H. Balsbaugh,
pastor. Praise service at 9.45. 10.30,
"The Boaring Lion." Sunday school
at 1.45. Junior Christian Endeavor at
5.45. Senior Christian Endeavor at
6.30. Evening service at 7.30. Sat
\ urday evening cottage prayer meeting
at the home of A. \. I'frich at Old
Orchard, near Paxtang.
CHUECH OF GOD
'Maclay Street—The Bev. F. I. M.
Thomas, pastor. 11, "A Searching
Question. 1 ' 7.30, "A I>tvm« visitor."
Sunday sc<hool at 9.45. C. E. at 6.30.
Fourth Street —The Rev. William N.
Yates, pastor. 10.30, "The Best In
vestment." 7.30, "The Oibbouy Plan,
or Who Should Pay for the Burglar's
Toolsf" Sunday school at 1.40. Jun
ior C. E. at 3. Senior and Intermediate
C. E. at 6.30.
Green Street —10.30, preaching by
the pastor, the Rev. C. H. Grove, ou
"Elijah's Fright." 2, Sunday school.
3, Junior Christian Endeavor. 6.30,
Senior Christian Endea-or. 7.30,
"We Are Strangers." 7.30 "Wednes
day evening, prayer meeting and Bible
Nagle Street —The Rev. J. A. Staub,
pastor. 10.30, "Chureh a Shining
Light." 7.50, "Three Reasons Why i
We Should Vote for Local Option."
Suaday school at 1.30.
Pembreok, 2733 Canby Street —The
Rev. Jay C. For no rook, pastor. Morn
ing service at 10.30, Evening service
at 7.33. Sunday school at 9.30. C. E.
at $.40. Union local option ftieeting at
tfce U. B. chnrch at 3 p. m.
Pleasant View—The Rev. 0. W.
Harper, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45
a. m. Preaching at 10.45 a. m. Subject
of sermon, "The Glory of the Church."
Junior Christian Endeavor Society at
3 p. ra. Senior Christian Endeavor So
ciety at 6.45 p. m. Preaching nt 7.30
Lm. Subject of sermon', "The Great
w Giver. '
Harris Street—3d on > prayer meet
ing at 9.30 a. m. Preaching by the
Rev. J. Arthur Heck at 10.30 a. m.
and 7.30 p. in. Sunday school at 2 p.
m. Christian Endeavor at 6.40 p. m.
Beformed Mennouitos—Preaching in
Kinnard's Hall, 303 Vcrbeke street to
morrow at 10.30 a. m.
Missionary Alliance—The Christian
and Missionary Alliance will hold their
annual missionary convention in the
Swab Building, Thirteenth and Mar
ket streets. Beginning to-morrow and
closing Wednesday, March 24, there
will be a meeting every afternoon at
2.30 o'clock and 1 everv evening at 7.30
o'clock. Speakers, the Rev. James
Moore, district evangelist; the Rev.
William H. Chandler, from Wheaton.
111. Missionaries, Mrs. LApp, from In
dia: Miss Galbrath, from Tibet. The
public is invited.
Associated Bible Students —The reg
ular Sunday services will ibe held at 3
p. m. at Cameron's Hall, 105 North
Second street. Subject, " Lessons from
Saul's Failures." Rom. 13:12. Berean
study at 2 p. m.
Fourth Street Church of Christ—
Supplied by Laymen. Morning service
at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Hope.'' Even
ing service at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Wednesday evening
prayer service at 7.45 o'clock.
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Church of the Brethren, Hummel
Street—Preaching by the Rev. A. H.
Hollinger at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. ni.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian
Workers at 6.45 p. m.
A. M E.
Bethel, Briggs and Ash Streets —The
Rev. U. G. beeper, pastor. Morning
service at 10.30 o'clock. Evening serv
ice at 7.30 o'clock. Illustrated sermon
on "The Life of Christ." Sunday
school at 1 p. m. Christian Endeavor
at 6.30 p. m.
Asbury, Herr Street—The Rev. Ir
ving H. Carpenter, pastor. Morning
sen-ice at 11 o 'clock. Subject ot' ser
mon, "The Planted Ones." Evening
service at 8 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
"The Rejected Christ." Sunday
school at 2 p. m. The Rev. E. L, Cun
ningham, speaker, at 3 p. m.
First Church 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.
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OOUNTT OF PHILADELPHIA.
December l>rm. I*lo. N*. «TS»
SASftJEL RKA. Trmst«.
riKHSTLTiNIA CAJNAL COMPANY ot ai.
TRCSTEE'S FORECLOSURE SALE
OF ALL- THE ESTATE. REAL AND PBRSOJf-
AL, RIGHTS AND I'MVILKUES WHATSO
EVER OF THE PENNSYLVANIA UANAL
Pursuant to decree of the Omrt of (Vmooo
Pleaa N"#. 6. fur Philadelphia Count;, made in
the a bote entitled case jfwember ft, IfltS. aa
amended Octouer 10, 1»14. Saiaurl ilea. Subaittut
*™'t*e uudcr the. usorttafc BUen and eaecut-
Julj 1, 1870. by Pennsylvania Canal Company
to Herman Lombaert as orlclnal truatae. to
secure the pat merit of Ha coupm bund* to tin
amount of 55,000,000. of the ueuomlnatUm of SL
UOO, due July i. 1910. of which bond* tu the
amunnt of 11.MH.000 are outstanding due and
unpaid, upon Khick default waa made when they
fen du, on aald ft rat daj of July. IMO. will sell
at labile Auction, at 12 o'clock neun. at isa
Ckestnut street. Pklfaidelohla. Pa , on Wednesday.
7, 191*). the im>p*rtlr«, rlchts nud prl t l
leers hereinafter briefly desci-lhed, reft-rence being
made to aakl decree for a full description, on tbe
conditions and terms of sals hereinafter aet forth.
PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD.
. (a.) That portion, being nbout 6 71100 mile* In
lenrrb, of the VVjoniing Division of tbe Canal oa
ten din* from Northampton •treet. in ibe Oltj o<
V\ ilkea-ttarre, to the eaet<rn boundary of thai por
tion of the Cuual which wan conveyed by the Oiiil
00. to Harry E. Fauaer by deed dated February
24. aubji'ct «a to part thereof, to the right*
and cafeaaent for railroad pnrpuees granted toy the
Cac.nl Co. to the North and West Branch Hallway
00. by deed d*te<l August 13. 18£3. aiul ivror.ied
In Lraernr County in t>ee<l Book 230. p«*fe 326;
anil mb)ect to the grant of coal wnd other min
eral®. etc., ondetlying the nune part thereof made
by the Canal Co. to Charlt* Parrisb b> d»ed dated
December 31. IHKi, recorded in Laaeme Cuunty 1b
Deed Book No. 241. page 39.
fb.l Soch right aa the Canal Co. may tan*# to
recoaatrm t und maintain tbe dam ocroea tlie
Weal Branch of the Huequehanna R!*er near
Montgomery, in tbe Conwy of Ltfconv'nt. and
known aa the Vluncy Dnm, and the portion of tbe
West Braneh Division of the canal, about one
mile in lenttta. contifuouH to the site of the aaid
dam. extending from a point 400 feet Baatwardly
meastired along the South property liae of aald
Oanal from tbe Intersection of aald property line
with a line in prolongation Southwardly tfacrosa
tie canal) of the breast of said Muncy Dim, to
a point in a line in prolongation Southwardly,
acroaa the canal, of the Westerly Hue of the
House lot at Lock No. 10. in the Tnwnshlo
of Muncy Creek, County of Lycoming,
together with the right to flood certain
lands above said dam.
<c.> That part of the portion of the Whl
Branch Division of the Canal in Snydtr Count!
extending from Selinsgrovc railroad bridge to the
former site of Penn's Creek Aqwdurt, a dla
tance of about 3 3-10 miles, which vraa reserved
to the Canal Company to Its deed to tbe Northern
Central Connecting Railroad Company. Oc
tober 24. 1!K>I and recorded in Snyder On., ia
Miscellaneous Book No. 6. page 378 a.
<d.> That portion having a length of abont 80
feet of tbe Juniata Division of the Cannl at
Joniata Junction. Dauphin County, extending from
the Eastward boundary of tbe Canal aa conveyed
by tbe Oanal Co. to the P. R. R. Co. by dood
dated October 18. 18tt0. to the Weatern boundary
of the Eastern Division of said Oanal.
«•» Tfc»t portion of the Ea.tera DlTlalon of tbo
Canal, at .aid Juniata Jnoctlon, extending South
wardly from the Southern boundary o( the C.nul
" cooveyeri l " tbe l'.b.i Co. to the Northers
Central Connecting R. B. Co. by .leedd.ted Octo
ber .St. 1903. to aed Including tbe lock to tba pool
at Clark's Ferry Jam. Together with
the four frame dwelling houses thereon.
Wjl Tbe bridge arrow the Snaqaehanna It!var
at Clark. Vem la tbe Townohtp of Herd. ! ouoty
of Daapbln. known .. Clark. Fern' Rlrer hr.dgo.
bavin* a length of twenty hundred and elchtr
elgh*. (20A£i fi-et more or leas. oubjert to condem
nation rroceedliK. heretofore In.tltntod by tba
Coanty of Danphln to acualre tbe bridge. together
with the right to the dax.se. awarded therefor,
tt>) That portion of the wlconi.ro lilvialoa oI
the C.aal la Dauphin County extending frooa a
point ISO feet abOTe the head of tbe outlet IM
known .a "No. 1" at Clarke Ferry. We.twanalj
a dl.t.nce of 400 feet, bot* or l.j«. to a PolM
the lat.be alio from tbe Susquehanna Hirer m*
dan aero., aald Rlrer at Clarke Ferry, tocetbaa
with the frame dwelling tkeresn, having aa esti
mated area of .loot one acre.
Alee, all tbe perann.l property of the Canal 00.
and all tbe eatate. right, title and 'ntermt of tbe
Cknal Co. of, In and to .11 real e.t.tc, re.l prop
erty right, and privilege, of every kind soever
forming part of. connected with or bel.-inglns or la
nny w.y appertaining to the work, .nd property
now or heretofore known aa the Pennsylvania
Oanal (excepting the parts and portion, heretofore
Mid and conveyed by tbe f.nal Co t ,nd all aad
singular the corporate right, and frnncblnea of tbe
Cenal Co. aad generally all property whatever and
wbereeoever. real, pcraonai and mtied. thereto be
longing aad la any way appertaining.
TItRMS AND CONDITIONS.
I.' Tbe aeveral above deacrlbed preml.es will
be drat offeied (or aala aeparmtely. aad tbea all
of tbe aald preml.es a. a whole, to the blgbaat
aad beat bidden, .object to coßftrmatlea by tbe
3. Twentr-flve oer ceat. of tbe amount of aay
accepted bid ah ail be paid at tbe tine of eale, la
c.ih. and tbe balance of the purchase money Mali
be paid upon ronflrmatloa of tbe aale by tbe
Coart. without any liability of tbe purcbaaer to
eee ta tbe application of tbe porrhaae money.
'The condemnation proceedings here
tofore Instituted to acquire Clarks
Ferry River Bridge Caee "f" supra) have
been dismissed by the Court since thia
advertisement first appeared, and there
fore the sale of said bridge will not
be subject thereto."
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C V. NEWS
PUPILS PLAYFULLY FIRE
CBUimtY SCHOOL HOUSE
Threw Burning Embers Into Belfry
Causing a Blaze That Destroyed En
tire One-story Structure— No Ar
rests Have Yet Been Made
Gettysburg, March 20.—Contesting
one another's ability to throw pieces
of a burning stump over the roof of the
Chestnut Hill school house, in I'nion
township, Thursday night, u pupil cast
one of the embers into ttiie belfry, caus
ing a lire that resulted in the total
destruction of the building.
The incident happened ufter school
had been dismissed for the. day. When
the burning knot landed in the belfry
the youngsters believed the impact had
extinguished t'he lire. They departed
ami an hour later the entire roof of' the
structure was ablaze. The school
books, furniture aud the stove were ta
ken from the school, which was but
one story high, before the rool' fell in.
The present school term will close
wit'hin a few days and the School Di
rectors now are considering opening
temporary school quarters. No prose
cutions have yet been brought.
Extend Borough Limits
Waynesboro, March 20.—'Borough
Council at its regular semi-monthly
meeting Thursday evening passed the
ordinance annexing to the borough the
outlying territory, of which a majority
of the freehold owners two weeks ago
petitioned for admission to tthe borough.
The new ordinance was read bv Sec
retary Fitz, its courses and distances
were carefully compared with the orig
inal petition and then, ou motion of
Councilman Myers, seconded -by Coun
cilman Shildneck, Council unanimously
passed the ordinauce.
Indians Visit Carlisle
Carlisle, March 20. —Simon Malta
and John Williams, two prominent
members of t h<J Sisseton tritie of Sioux
Indians, of the State of South Dakota,
•paid H short visit to the Carlisle Indian
School yesterday en route to Washing
ton, D. C., in behalf of their tribe.
At the school they asked for an in
terpreter to accompany them to Wash
ington. Superintendent O. H. lappa
commissioned James Holy Kagie to ac
company the visitors. The visitors
have been commissioned by their tribe
to have a conference with Cato Sells,
Indian Commissioner, in reference to
payment for tfheir land.
Slave Is Dead
Carlisle, March 20.—Henry Ward, a
former slave in Virginia, a veteran of
the Civil war and for 40 years one of
the leading colored residents of Mount
Holly Springs, died at his home in Up
per \Holly Thursday evening at 10.30
o'clock, after an illness of four days.
He was 73 years old. Death was due
He was born in Virginia on a plan
tation, where he was for some years a
slave. He escaped to the Union lines
shortly after the outbreak of the Civil
war and enlisted.
Octogenarian Died Thursday
Chambersburg, March 20.—Charles
G. Miller died at his home on South
Second street Thursday afternoon, in
the eighty-fourth year of his age. Mr.
Miller had been in failing health, due
to the infirmities of age, for some
months past, but it was only recently
that ihe was unaible to be about. Mr.
Miller was a native'of Germany and
came to this country sixty-six years
Get Bid of Lingering Golds, Coughs
and La Grippe
Spring finds many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs that weaken
the system. Slush and wet cause more
colds than zero weather. Croup, bron
chitis, and pneumonia are prevalent.
Every family should have a safe and
reliable cough medicine ready for use.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound con
tains no harmful ingredients. It eases
a cough, checks a cold and relieves in
flamed and congested membranes. It
clears the air passages and eoothes in
flammation. Geo. A. Gorgas, 16 North
Third street. —Adv.
PITTSBURGH BANKER WEDS
David C. Black, President of Chamber
of Commerce, Marries Stenographer
Pittsburgh, Pa., March 20.—Friends
of David C. Black, president of the
Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce and
the Real Estate Trust Company, and
one of the most prominent business
men and financiers in the city, were
surprised yesterday when it became
known that he had wedded Miss Ella
Duff, his stenographer, who is several
years his junior.
Miss Duff has been employed in the
office of Mr. Black, in the Arrott
Building, for several years, but the
love affair which developed between
them was unknown to any but their in
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Lesson Xll.— First Quarter, For
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Text of the Leaaon, I Sam. xiv, 1-13.
Mamory Varaa, 7 —Goldan Text, Rom.
xiii, 12—Commentary Prepared by
Rev. D. M. Stearns.
Our first introduction to Jonathan,
the son of Saul, Is In chapter xlll, 2,
where we tlud him the captain of a
thousand men smiting a garrison of the
Philistines unrt thus inciting them to
gather against Israel In numbers as
the sand which ia on the seasboro
(xiii, 3-7), causing many In Israel to
hide wherever thej could—in caves,
rocks, high places and in pits and to
flea o~er Jordan, while those with
Saul followed him with trembling. It
was sad indeed and a reproach to God
to have His people In such distress,
but the fault was wholly with them.
Let us lay it to heart that when be
lievers are cast down or overcome In
stead of victorious it is a reproach to
Samuel had Instructed Saul to wait
at CHlgal seven days until he should
come and offer sacrifices and show htm
what to do (chapter x. 8). Saul waited
seven days, but not quite the full time,
and. as he said, forced himself and of
fered the burnt offering, and just as
he had finished Samuel cpme and re
proved him and told him that his king
dom would not continue, but that the
Lord had sought Him a mau after His
own heart (chapter xlll, 8-14). Did
you ever wait all but the time that
would have brought the person or thins
you expected and then grow restless
and Just missed it? If so you can prob
ably sympathise somewhat with Saul.
But next time wait more patiently and
the full time, for, though He tarry, He
will surely come In the fullness of time,
whether It be for some deliverance in
yotir daily life or to the air for us all.
Jonathan is one of the most beauti
ful of all the characters in the Bible
and his love for David one of the most
beautiful of love stories—a rare man
indeed, seemingly raised up by God to
lie a true friend and comfort t David.
But we shall meet him again In our
studies. In our lesson verses he is a
real hero and, with his armor bearer,
starts a wonderful deliverance for Is
rael. His fellance was on the Lord
and his courage most unusual, for
what conld two men expect to do? He
must have remembered Deut. xxxll, 30,
and the assurance that one t>hou!d
chase a thousand and two put ten
thousand to flight, for hear him en
courage his armor bearer with the
words. "It may be that the Lord will
work for us. for there is no restraint
to the Lord to save by many or by
few" (verse fl). It may have been that
he thought of the great deliverance by
Gideon's three hundred (Judg. vii, 4. 7),
and possibly Asa long afterward was
encouraged by the remembrance of
Jonathan (II Chron. xiv, 11). I have
been personally strengthened and en
couraged by each of these records and
expect some dny in the kingdom to
have good fellowship with Gideon and
Jonathan and Asa and lots of others
whose records have greatly helped me.
Jonathan's helper must have had the
same spirit as his master and greatly
helped him with his good words, "Do
all that Is in thine heart; behold. I am
with thee according to thy heart"
j (verse 7). They sought guidance of
! the Lord and received the token they
asked for if He would have tlieih go
forward (verses 10, 12), so tbey brave
i ly scaled the rocks, just these two, and
the Lord wrought a victory and fought
with them by a great earthquake
(verses 13-15). When Saul and his men
heard of the battle and the noise of
victory they, with those who had been
in hiding, took part In the defeat of the
Philistines, and "so the Lord saved Is
! rael that day" (verses 19-23). The rest
of chapter xiv tells of what looks like
a great mlstnke of Saul's, which caus
ed much trouble and but for the Inter
ference of the people on behalf of Jon
athan might have resulted in his death.
Saul had evidently begun to go astray,
as shown in his not waiting the full
time appointed by Samuel and also In
his receiving no answer from God
| when he asked counsel of Him.
When one has ceased to be controlled
by God there Is no knowing what he
may do, for if God is not controlling
it is the devil. Even In the record of
Simon Peter when he testified of our
Lord, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of
the living God." Jesus said, "My Fa
ther who is in heaven revealed that to
thee." In the same chapter it is re
corded that Jesus had to say to him.
"Get thee behind me Satan; thou art
an offense unto me. for thou savorest
not the things that be of God. but
those that be of men" (Matt, xvl, 16,17,
23). The tongue is an unruly member,
sometimes blessing and sometimes
cursing, but this ought not so to be
(Jas. ill, 8-10). There is one good thing
written of Saul in chapter xiv, 35. He
built an altar unto the Lord—his first
one. It is also written that he deliver
ed Israel out of the hands of them that
spoiled them, but it is also written
that there was sore war against the
Philistines all the days of Saul (verses
48, 52). Contrast chapter vii. 13, "The
hand of the Lord was against the Phi
tistlnes all the days of Samuel." It was
better for Israel under the rule of
Samuel than under Saul, for Samuel
was the Lord's representative, while
Saul was given to them In answer to
their cry for a king that they might be
Uke other nations.
The Retort Courteous.
He (jealously)—l think yon are get
ting too many flowers and boxes of
candy, from young Freshleigb. She
(sweetly)—Do you? I had not believed
thoughts of Bowers and candy ever
entered your mind.—Richmond Times-
Vainglory blossoms, bat never bead.