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BAPTIST. ' v . . -
:pv. ... A. Sulhvnfi, pastor:.; Fifth vaenuc Ren J.H AlrrrarVpn
Iiij) 11 a. ni. and 7 :30p Pastor? Preaching at" 11 a. -m': sub-j '
school 9: 45 a. m., MrJ 'C(it' "-'our ?$fming&itm& One: Reap-1
Junior B: .KrV : .r rv r1"' luo iegro Agriculture irair, re-
1 Thos4 'Nvirining &i fReckntf N4-
groM-arr Asfced to Call
on E. G. Story. .
were - most excellent aad
enimeiit's. polidy; ofceeaservatwa the
Kcotored people bJay e dm&T.faueh can- I ftp A'l ' Hfcl F 1 1? r I4IT C t
niag and pre&ervMaadvtl'Kft.cfforts. - fWAVOM
. nnorinf PTirlnnf "TnAr- r 7 - wmwh. L : tV-v Sunday The Npsrrn Ai m?irnlf uryi' t!Toti
m. annTTEr?.' ;C k mm7 held here as great success
" -J a. - viv brvcfcx vi.- kibe f ix- i-i--1 I up f 1 m T t i rr-1 i : t. J j
, . ".v.i. lactuug vy eu- wv o-eiir ivionaay p. m. Jpw-.-
-ht. Teachers' supper and League Tuesday at' 8 p. m. Praye
V. P. U. Thursday ifghtA meeting rWednqadsy 8 p. in, AH stfan
okonie is extended- Tckt all ffers .snd vfsi'tor.'- cord iaH$ incited'-. to
al-teiid all tlrfe services, gundfsv clbs-
comar Fifth and Wooster e3 the conference year, and the pastorj.
v. W. G. Hall, pastor: gun- rritl Tuesday for; Greenville to
; at r::45 a. m. Preaching, atte the annual conference.
. wanfin: st rent -Tr;m , tti
r premiums. The list of priae dinners !
i is as follows:
Home- Supplies W6men, Charlotte-
Morrfsy . SHartfe-, BK;-vi
Methodists of City . Are Pre-!
paring 1 or trie Annual
and 7:30 p: m. by the
'lung people's prayer meet-
;u p. m. Mid week
odnesday evening at S
'nblic is cordialy inviteefc.-te
were much in evictencef-at the;fair. i MAKE GOOD REPORTS '''TO
Professor D. C Vtfgd1 lssuett 'd Irfet - -- ' iVlM
ioftlie pr.ze w.nnaits 'stg-f&e faia, Alt, Nonpi nf ,1 a p..,.' a (Z
the successful oneV-are-ieadesterf. to iNon.e. or tocal Castors Aftect-
etreets, Tver. E. C. Sell.
prayer eajshing at 11 a. m-.. anl .7
A. L. Goodrfch;
11:15 a.'r m.
30 xx. ra
Sunday school at ZZQ in the after
noon. All the members of the church
are urged to attend. Strangers' and
visitors cordially invited,
pas- Wesley Memorial,; Winter Park,
Sun- Rev. J. Herbert Miller. Dastor. Preach
ing at 11 a. Saaday school 10 a.
m:; prayer meeting1 Wednesday even
ai 7:45-. ?jpwoth League mee.
Friday evening at. 7:4?., JKverybidy is
inited ,to attend these services.
ed by Four Year Rule and
no Changes Are to he
Rebecca Norman, Alice Pitman, Cora;
Goodman, M. B. Knighv A; R. Lofton,
CH RiSTfAr iSC I EMC E.
ine" unrisxian 'science services, i
Srmon text: "The
id Swim." Sunday school at j
i 'V.-istian Endeavor 6:45 m.'
i :'h ':. ian Endeavor 3 : 30 p. m.
ricpting every Wednesday
;; X. o'clock. The public is cor
nvited to attend all of these
The annual North Carolina confer-!
ence of the Methedlst HTn-ion i '
'Lulu Greme, Sarah Jenkins, Maria! ri,nrri, rMi , ' .
Irving, James Carter, Cha3. Whitty,; J ' ? u " 3ViS
Gilbert Hollins. S. J. Bernard. Euialia 1 emonal chnrch' in Greenville on!
McLaurm; S J. Howard, Anna . " ednesday morning, and the pastors j
Turner,, .N. R. McDonald, Gertrude , of the several Methodist churches nfi
Jones, Mabel Jackson, Lurena Hollins-i the city will leave on Tuesdav tn at !
Carrie Burns - I annual conference will be
,'-WrirHtrni"- Wnm.n-AHri.n MoJ held Bishop Warren A. Candler, of
church ediice corner Seventeenth and !. Daniels, Rosa Newkirk, A. R. Lofton, j AtIanta Ga., chancellor of Emory Uni-
Sarab Jenkins, Alice Pitman, Martha ! versity.
Newkirk; men, Louis Davis. j Tiie local ministers are Rev. J. H.
Singing Contest Wrightsville, Mid-:Shoi"t, presiding elder; Rev. M. T.
die Sound, Acorn Branch. j Plyler, of Grace church; Rev. J. H.
Parade E. G. Story Company, Mid- cCr,kex? ot Fifth Avenue church;
die Sound; East Wilmington, James I 5ev- w- v- McRae, of Trinity church;
xicrv. ej, . oeu, oi uiaaen street
I church; Rev. J. Herbert Miller, of Wil
: mington circuit, including the Winter
1 fain and Sea?a.t.A ohnvciihac I
I None of hese will be affected b
tne four year rule of tho cnurch,
wliich places that limitation ypon the
Pick. J Kervice t a-minister at one cnarge.
t Mr. Shore, the presidingn elder of
; 'v. Dec.
1. I.. W. MAore.. sunerintend-
: p. m., B. Y. P. U Robt-r.'-ident.
Special program in
i (Jroup 1. 7:30, preaching by'
or. Sermon subject, "The
; o;' Living." Wednesday af
:':::. Sunbeams, in charge of
!:. :wcombe. Wednesday
it o'clock, prayer meeting.
morning at 11 a. m. Elder Market streets. Snndava 11 a m Snh
will conduct services at the j.ect '"Ancient and Modern Necrom
- :iptist chureh. Rev. Mr. ancy, ' alias . Mesmerism- and Hypno
iiom Maple Hill, Pender tism," denounced. Sunday school 12
A cordial invitation is ex- m. Wednesday evening testimony
In- public to attend this sery- meeting, 8. p.' m.. . The, reading room,
adioininff: ehurp.h hiiiidine-. where
Christian Science literature may be ! Carter, Edward Green Sons, Dr.
Iiead. nr obtained, onenac Tuesdavs. I Avant, Dr. Parnss; women, Jas. Car-
CH RISTIAN. Thursdays and Saturdays, 4 p. m. toter and Merrick
nnrch. Dock street, Rev. J. E. 5:30 p. m. This reading room main--.
pastor: Preaching at 11 a. tains a free circulating library for the
.. p. m. uy me pasior. ape- benefit of the, public
:c -s in nignt ior me memoers
Columbia Gr&foaola, $100
Poultry and Pets: Women Rosa
Davis; men, J. D. Moore. Hezekrah j
Miller, John Wright, William Nixon'
The public is
inriallir urn n 7 ottisTi1 Virti car. Wll!o Wonulrirlr W n TVfpfina
l ,11 1 VII fl. I I V 111 V 111,11 I. ll II I. IV, lit 1 UVIl.ll OUl T A A 1 Vj 11 UU 11 a 1 . . I'l w.iJ.
police department of the city. viCes and to visit our readinsr room. , Hogs Wm. E. Tate, Arthur
T FOR WORK
-S. J. Evans, Hezekiah Mil-
Advent Christian church, Fourth'
MPts. corner Church, Rev. J. T.I
Joimson. pastor: Sundya school at I
1) a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Sub-' ":, ' '
for morning sermon "Our Best." in Local Offices Yester-
for nsht sermon, "Nine Steps in Bap-'
;r . ' followed by a baptismal service
iM- : nr young people. At close of
-r, ;nnz service six will be received
:nin tne cnurcn. liiveryooay is coraiai-
day Resumed Their Old
About 20 of the Atlantic Coast Line'
clerks who haye been out on strike ;
Fancy Work: Women Rosa Har
per, Willie Kay, Addi Nichols, Car
rie Mask, Edith Stewart, Annie Sadg
war, Emma Greene, W. B. Mdodana,
M. D. Bowens, E. L. Shober, Z. I.
Chestiiutt, Mabel JacKson, Sarah
Howe, Lula Quick, Felice Sadgwar,
Gertrude Jervay, Lizzie Singletary,
Juanita Taylor, Carrie Hargrave, Al
ice Burnett, E. E. Bowens, Hagar Hen
derson, S. J. Howard, Josephine Mar
tin. Children' Department: Women
Fanny Hilir Ch,irity Sadgwar, Pari
sata Jones, Mamie Brown, Pauline
Smith. Hattie Fairs. Addie M. Block-
m me wra onepneru, nev. , w 9S:imp4 tn thpil. old nositions
i i n din, rector. First Sunday in ' Within the next few davs all the clerks
The Holy Eucharist will be ' h liav hppn mit will aeain be on
a. m. The . Sunday ' i jk. tho otrito 'win hav ho-
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a.ed at 11 a. m.
will meet at 3:30 p.
piTtyer at 7:30 p. m., the rector of-
nr Al.o TT Samnsnr MildrRiT- Storv:
since about the middle of October, re-1 men David' Jacob&t waiter Brown, Ed
, ported for duty in their various de- . Robert wm&
jesiciuaj 'i"'"6, nUv Schools-:. Williaton Industrial.
', Peabody, Williston Primary.
Rural Schools: Acorn Branch. b,at
Wilmington, Middle Sound, Castle
Hayne,. Scott's Hill, South Wilming
, 'Booths : Baby Booth, Fruits and
Fruits and Vegetables (Rural)
. ! Scott's Hill. Wrightssville, East Wil-
1 . TaWa Coiinn
ders were sent to the several division mmgton, iwiyi rom rWu
to re-instate the'.o--' w"Blu" .iau ,
Dried ExniDits, women, r. vj. out
come a thing of the past.
'i ...finer at both services. . The public;, Fdllcwing President Kenly s state
- o r ! i i a 1 y invited to wtfrshipVitft'ment,iT'sSued Thfursfray morning, that
i:-. I he would yield, the position taken by
Sr. Joi n's Church, Third and Red; the railroad officials in deference to i
I'-, .1 , , . . . 13 TT -I mi 4- I 1 - . ! I. Dvn4lAnf Wll fl-VTl I
' . Mirci:. rx. jcj. ui luuiii, i ecivi . lilt! wisiies Ul ricsiucui in.wu, I
i im Sunday in Advent, JJec. iJ, 1917
Holy Communion 11 a. m. , Sunday superintendents
-rTini i n m puoninc nravor fi. r m ' nliM-Vu irho 1-iorl loft tho aprvipp nf tb.P, .
1 ' 111.. . . ..11. i'l V,l v7 HI Vligi IllJ 'I 11V1 1 1 11 VI - V, V11V uw ..ww . j
;.it-,.v mt- invitoii 1 , , rio t,tctt-q cont t r t v. o i ry. R. J. Mcjjonaia.
t Paul's church, Sixteenth and clerks by Grand President Forrester,
Vaiket streets, the Rev. D. L. Gwath- of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks,
n,( y. rec tor. Advent Sunday. Sun-' for. them to report for duty, and this
d;:y school at 9:45 in the morning; : they have been doing at the various
mcniing prayer. Holy Communion and points during Friday 3,nd yesterday.
si-rri'-n at ll. fcivening prayer at s p.
r Cnnereeational meetinff and pier-1
jthe men wno nave Deen empioyea in
'the nlaces which were made vacant
LUTHERAN. 'by the clerks who struck,. and this has
sr Matthews, corner Foufcth and made it impracticable for the company
Harnett streets, Rev. G. W. McClan-,to re-instate all the clerks who were
;i.ai. pastor: Morning service 11 a. ! out' at the same time. However, this
nr. subject, "Intercession." '-Thank is. being done as rapidly as possible,
!i-rin2 service at 7-30 n m hv the ana Dy ruesaay it is expecieu luai ah
Sun- i will again Deaiworii,
The company is aranging to care for
linn of Vestry Monday 8 p. m.
V' (;;ar'.s Missionary Society,
'iuv -ehool at 3:30 p. m.
T . . , . -
w ecinesday evening
Canning and Demonstration Club
Women, ' F. W. Avant, M. B. Knight.
Manual Arts Gregory Institute,
Dennis Dixon, Robert Moore; women,
R. Taylor, and Smith for Pender
Negro in Court Says he Killed
Another in a Crap Game.
Tl o rdies' Aid Society will Really, no hard feelings being mani- ag0 while engaged
nV 1Ar.r,ocie wiu,fest on either the part of the clerks1' in which both the i
patriotic social Friday, Decern- tn Antv th(1 nffiinis of th t crapgame. m wmc n twt B ine !
A cordial invitation to all to cpmpany6 .The men ares imply resum
inese services. their fe ftt the degk8 wnere t&ey
! were previous to the strike order in
John Henry Howard, colored, was
rresed late FridaV! nieht and locked
r voicrari with tho. kill'ine of Will
The best spirit has been prevalent j Melviniwho was fatally wounded some
ed and the deceased are said to have
October, and seem very well satisfied
Patji's Market and Sixth streets, ! ,th settlement 0f the strike'.
i- P. Clausen, pastor: Morning - ; -
Topic of sermon: i
of Pa.ation." Evetfing serv-j Finger Prints of Alien Enemies.
S. Topic of sermon: "The, (P.y Unite! Proas.)
of the Intangible." Sunday! New Yprk, Dec. 1. Police Comrais
n. m. Visitors rnrdiallv sioner Woods today urged that Hnger
invitf.f t0 j.n cervices The Christian nrints of all enemy aliens in New York
"fiation will meet Monday 8 D. m. be taken, so the authorities can keep
Hi.. D'jrcas Society will meet Thurs- track of them.
" 7 ' p. m.
1,111 !"""t Friday 8 pm. havior
Enemies may;atso be
When arraigned in the Recorder's
court yesterday morning, Howard
pleaded guilty. Representative L.
Clayton Grant, who was present, re
minded the court and the solicitor
that it was proper to caution the ac
cused concerning his constitutional
rights. Recorder Harris asked the
the Wilmington, district is completing
lii3 first year of work in this district.
Mr. Sell and Mr. McCracien have;
each "served but one year on tUeir j
present stations. Mr. Plyler is com-,
pleting his second year, and Mr. Mc-!
Rae his third year of service. j
AlLof these have accomplished uni
formly good work, and there is no
reason to suppose tha any changes !
will be made by the Bishop in any
of these pastorates w'hen tht an
nouncement of appointments are
made on Monday, tne concluding day
of the conference. There is no cer
tainty with regard to appoirvments in
the Methodist, church, however, as has
been demonstrated a number of times
before, and there is always a chance
that some surprises may be sprung.
While, final reports 8f the several
clwrches have not been completed for
the year's work there is reason to be
lieve that all the pastors will be able
to stand on the floor or the conference
and report 11 assessments paid in full
together with a story of' growth in
membership and spirituality. It is a
fad that despite . the war, and. theL J
consequent demoralization, to som!
extent, that has affected many lines
of business, and that has increase,
enormously the many calls that come
for benevolent purposes, the contribu- j
tions to the churches have been larg
er and " more free for the past year
than-tormerly. The . war has had c
noticeable effect upon the minds of
the people generally, turning their j
tbougnt.s more and more- toward the j
great Creator who rules over all. Thej
ear has, therefore, been, a good onei
for the churches in many respects,
and the Methodist churches, along
with the others, have felt the bene
Wilmington has two officials of the
conference in. Messrs. W. B: Cooper
and W. E. Springer, who are, respec
tively, chairman of the Sunday School
Board and chairman of the Joint Board
of Finance of the conference. These
will attend Its sessions.
In addition the following lay dele
gates were chosen at the district con
ference held some weeks ago: C. C.
Covington, of Wilmington; W. R,j
Newberry, of Magnolia; I. C. Wright,:
of Wilmington, and F. W. Hargett, of;
Don't put off a, minute longer the pleasure you
can have with a Columbia Graf onola don't wait
another second but call up or put on your hat
and come over if there's only as much as $5 in
vour riocket! "
That's enough to have either of these splendid instruments
in your home tonight there and playing by the time
you get home!-
Now there is something to anticipate a pleasure that will
make you hurry home tonight and manjr other nights!
Make it a reatityphone of come RIGHT NOW!
Green's Drag Store
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. Sitting-Room i Office
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when the accused will be permitted to
change his plea.
TJhe impression given court attend
orisOner if he was able to employ alants was that the prisoner, when he
lawyer, and if not, he would send for 'pleaded guilty, simply meant to
Public Defender: W. F. Jones. The'vey the idea that he had killed M
TvriRnner thoueht he would be able to;in self defence and that he did not
The Luther League obliged to supply bonds for good -be--retain counsel, and the court continu-jwish to plead guilty to the charge ofj
ea tne matter until iviuuutt uiuiuiub, iciumuuo uuimi-iuH. .
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