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TiTUBDAY, MARCH 28, 1918 '
THE ASHEVILLE TIMES
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, The Churcnea, V a
NOTE- Pastors and cnurch officers
sre requested to send In copy to the
city editor of changes In announce
ments !y P- Friday.
at the afternoon services. The regu-
lar vested choir of twenty-two voices
win lead the music at the Sunday
and Thursday services.
Irinlty church is conveniently lo
cated. Visitors to the city are cor
"tally invited to attend services at
Trinity. Pews are free.
llelhodist -Protestant church, corner
Hillside street and MerrimorT"avenue,
Hcv. Ciithbert W. Bates, pastor--Sun-
duy school 8:45 a. m.; Walter R. Hav
ener, superintendent; J. Frank Rice,
assistant. : .
Morning service ar. 11 o ciock. scr.i
tnoii by tho pastor. Subject: 'Barn-j
Christian Endeavor, at 3 p. in., 'in
the lecture room of the church. Topic:
"Getting Power from our Pledge."
Evening service, at 7:30. Another
"Alexander Song service," to which youi
ai-o must cordially Invited. Bring
jour Alexander hymn book, and spend
im hmir i" song. : Feel free to call
for your favorite. Thero will be a
number of special selections.
Prayer meeting Tuesday at 7:30 in
Ihe lecture room of the church. This
service is In charge of the membership
,.f the church, and is especially help
ful. Cume, and be with us. '
To nil the services of the church, a
nioKt cordial Welcome is extended. A
Btransrr 1 not a stranger at this
church. . . ' ' . ';.
slon Day" In the Sunday school will
be observed March 2(. Aspecial pro
gram Is being prepared. A cordial In
vitation Is given the general public to
attend. We must need keep before
us our "Organization Bay" which
comes on the first Sunday In April. A
special program will be announced
Blltmore Methodist church. Rev, D.
R. Proffltt, pastor. .
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, J. H.
Preaching at 11 and 7:30 on second
and fourth Sundays.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30.
Epworth league Sunday evening at
7 o'clock, i
ladles Mlficiora'':.- er iety eacn Fri
day afternoon at 2:30.
Mt PloasaTit MethoiVst church, r.ev
D R. Proffltt, pastrr.
fcunday i-'.ool at 10 eloc.:. ?rof
H 2. King, sup.r?iire:r.nt
1 teaching at 11 and 7:30 on first
ai?d third S'i -"ays
'yer mep ii.- Thursday evenings
worth 'env'.ie at, t 19 on second
oj fourth Jjriays and at 130 on
iTrsi nd thirl ju'vlays.'
All Souls' Episcopal church, Bllt
more, Rev, Dr. R. R. Swope. rector
Services for the third Sunday in Lent
Morning service and sermon, 11
; Musical program:
v Venlte, Elvey.
Anthem: "How Lovely is Thy dwell
ing place."- Brahms.
; Sermon topic: "Can Good Come Out
Sunday school, 3 p. m.
Evensong, 4:30 p. m.
Magnificat, Barnaby, in E flat. .
Nunc Dimlttis Barnaby.
Vesper hymn, Longhurst.
Organ recital, 5:15 p. m.
Allegro con Spirito, Smart
Chanson Paroles, Lemare. "
Dlthramet, Basil Harwood.
Services during the week on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. Evensong with ad
dress. Holy communion on Tuesday
Chunns Cove Baptist mission meets
every Sunday afternoon at 3 "o'clock.
A. M Black, superintendent. Every
body Invited .
Blltmore Baptist church, C. M. Rock
Preaching every Sunday morning
and- evening, morning service, 1
o'clock, evening service, 7:30 o'clock
Prayer meeting! Wednesday evening at
7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45
every Sunday, 3. P. Kitchen superin
tendent of Sunday' school. Baraca-
Phlleathea and Bible classes. .
Special Illustrated lectues every
Wednesday evening on the Holy land.
A welcome to all, you are Invited to
worship with us. , A revival every Sun
day. . rr-1' -A '''
flint- Mexflc ,
, In the opinion of the majority of American editors, 'including even those
in- Texas who are too near the danger zone to be easily deluded with false
hopes, a strong note of optimism is found regarding the Mexican situation.
In THE LITERARY DIGEST for March 25th the leading article covers,
in sweeping form, every shade of newspaper opinion on the most pressing problem
that now confronts the American people. The article is well illustrated with scenes
of the recent invasion by Villa and a helpful map of the Mexican border.
Othereature articles that will command attention in this week's number are:
What Japan and Manila Think of Philippine Independence
Translation from Prominent Japanese and Spanish Papers Upon the Adoption of
j the Philippine Independence Bill hy. the United States Senate
Wesleyan Methodist church, Rev.
A. E. Belk, pastor. Sunday school,
9:45 a. m., preaching, 11 a. m., and
I p. m., each Suday.
Prayer service Thursday night at
Services in hall over Brisht's store
at end of West Ashevllle car line.
All are cordially Invited to these
Lutheran church. Rev. IV.
morning at .:4b, ana on xnursaay ters pastor, corner South
morning at 11 o'clock. Class in Bi
ble study, Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock. .The seats in the church are
free and visitors are cordially ' welcomed.
Broad avenue and Philip street. Sun
day school 10 o'clock, preaching at
1 1 o'clock. Everybody la cordially in
vited to attend the services.
Colonel Roosevelt Out and In the
Socialism's Stake in '-the War
No Compromise on U-Boat War
What Bulgaria Fights For -A
merican White Ants
French Soldiers Warned Against
Catching Eggs on the Fly
French School Teachers in the War
'The Rival of , the "Tipperary" Song
Early Peace to Save Civilization
The Disillusion of the Primary
The Indictment of Judge Gary
German Favor for Yuan's Crown
To Avoid Breeding Defectives
Locating Guns by Seismograph
Good and Bad Medicine Closets
Hindu Music Will be the Next
Meredith's Prevision of War
Baby Victims of War and Peace
A Fine Collection of Photographs and Cartoons
Where You Will Find " The Literary Digest
First r.nptist church, Rev. Dr. Cal
vin II. Waller, pastor Bible school,
9:33 a. in., Charles S. Davis, superin
tendent. Morning worship, 11, o'clock.
Sermon by the pastor, subject: "Think
on Tiu'se Things," or "Things to Think
AI:out." ; '
Evening evangelistic service, 7:30
o'clock. Rev. Dr. Waller will use-as
his subject, "A . Hunt for a Man,"
suggested by the hunt of the United
States' soldiers In Mexico for the out-lav.-
VMa. " .
Ppeciul musical program both
morning and evening chorus choir,
anthems, solos and male quartet. Vis
um in ihp rliv will receive a most
First Methodist Episcopal church
North French Broad avenue. Rev. F.
w sinntnn. nastbr. Residence 23
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., B. R,
Preachlne by the pastor at 11
o'clock: subject of sermon, "The Call
of the .Master." All services for the
next 30 days will be evangelistic. Lent
will bo observed In this way. ' Special
anDeals to the unsaved. The member
ship Is asked to co-operate In winning
(ouls to Christ.
Junior League will meet at 3 p. m
Epworth League at 7 p. m. Topic:
"What Now Work Ought Our League
Undertake." The evening evangelistic
servico will be especially Interesting.
The pastor's theme will be, 'Godi
Household and How to Get Into It.'
The pastor'a subject for Wednesday
night will be, "The Way to Meaven
end How to Find It"
Chestnut-3treot Methodist church,
Ilev. D. Atkins, pastor 8unday school
song services conducted by W. T.
Davey at :30 a. m.; Sunday school
t 8:45 a. m.fc J. H, Weaver, super
intendent Preaching at 11 a. m., by pastor,
ubject, "The Unity of the Church."
Solo by T. R. Sanders; anthem by
. Epworth League at 7 p. m con
ducted by Henry McKlnsey; preach
ing at 8 p. m. by pastor; special to
Chrlstlnn Workers and Epworth Lea
gue. Songs by Junior choir.
The study circle will meet with
II Ira Ida Wilson Monday evening at 8
o'clock, .-.. '
Prayer meeting Wednesday night
at 7:J0, Everybody welcome.-
Saint Mary'a parish, Charlotte street
and Macon avenue, Rev. Charles Mer
ger Hull. M. A., rector Third Sunday
In Lent. The holv communion, I a.
w.; solemn euchsrlst and sermon,' 11
m.; catechism, 4 p. m.; .solemn
evensong, t p. m. - The lioly eucharlst
dally Monday at a. in.,, other days
at 7:30 a. m.. Kvensong dallyat 4:80
). m. Litany Wednesday and Friday
at 11 a. m.
Trinity Episcopal church, corner
fhurch and Aston streets. Rev. Willis
O. Clark, "jctor. Services for the
third Sunday In Lent
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
"unday school I 45 a. m. '
Morning prayer and sermon 11 a. m.
Confirmation class 1:30 p. m. . ,
Rvenlng prayer and sermon S p. m.
PpeciHl children's services Monday
1 1 1 p. m.
Hervlces, Tuesday, Wednesdny and
Friday at I p. m.; Thursday t 10 .
nd I p. m. Frldsy at 11 m.
The rector will be the preacher at
'l lh.e aftornoon srnlces. The chlld-
vested choir will lead the music
Christian church, Rev. P. H. Mears,
pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock
preaching at 11 o'clock and prayer
, , i meeting Wednesday evening at s
morning service at 11 o clock in the , , ,
Y. M. .C. A. auditorium, Haywood
street near the postoffice. Sunday
school at 10 a. ra. at the residence of
the pastor, 329 Merrimon avenue.
Everybody will find a cordial wel
come at these services.'!
First Congregational church, Rev.
J. Bralnerd Thrall, pastor. Sunday
West End Baptist church. Sunday
school 9:30, R. C. Young,, superinten
dent; W. ijr Rice, assistant superin
tendent morning service 11 o ciock,
evening service 8 o'clock. Rev. J. B.
Grlce, pastor. Mid-week prayer meet-
BaptTst lng Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Grace church, end of Merrimon ave
nue car line. Rev. Walter S. Cain,
French Broad Avenue
church, corner French Broad avenue
undBartlett street. Rev John Bomar,
pastor Sunday school 9:30 o'clock a,
m.i G. D. Carter, superintendent The Sunday school, 10 o'clock; holy com-
Sunday school will observe "Mission I munion and sermon 11 o'clock. Thuri
Sunday." Special program by the day, holy communion, 10 o'clock
cmiuren. , i ne Ottering win go to mis
sion worn. I'reacning service 11 a. m i m,. s.,ivniinn Arm, fniri-- i,on,i
anew:. p. m. itev. I3r. A. ri. Brown, I quarters, 3 Aston park, telephone
supcrinienaeni or me Mountain scnooi 1613. shelter and ball No. 1. 38
work of the Southern Baptist conven. south Main street, sulvatlon meeting
tion, win preacn at tne morning ser- every night at 8 o'clock except Mon
vlce. Rev. Dr. Brown will preach by day. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
spoclal request on "Home Missions." Hii vr. 2. t,0i Snrlnir street, salva.
wear mm. ine pastor will preach at tlon meeting. P. L. meeting Thursday
the evening service; subject. "I Will at 7 p, m. and Tuesday and Friday at
Follow Thee, But" Prayer and ... n m . Y. Rundav at 6 d. m. Sun-
praise service Wednesday evening 7:30 L. nnthn 9:ao r m.. dinner meet-
OtlOCK. ll Horn hnllnu mnotlnir 85(1
p. m., salvation meeting. Their motto
Calvary Baptist church. Hill street "Holiness unto the Lord. 'Iheir war-
Want AhAvilla. Bbv. tt w tfiiiam cry: "Sinnors there is buivation ior
pastor, services Sunday. Bible school you.
9:30 o'clock:' nreachlnir at 11 o'clock. I
subject. "God's Test of Man. or Man Oakland Heights Presbyterian
in Innocence." This la first of . . churcn. Rev i. a. v,osBrove. uusior.
rles of several sermon. Residence. 515 Blltmore avenue. Sun
w v v tt t is nvintr- day school at :45 a. m. ruimo wor
lng at 7:80 o'clock? prayer service shlP ftt 11 m; visiior.. coram,.,
-,v.j..-- ,,.. .,- .,,, received. Services at the Farm school
All welcome at our services. I-30 V- m- ver 8unday-
The Good Samaritan mission Is
Balm Grove Methodist church. West conducted under the auspices of the
Ashevllle. Rev. 8. T. Barber, pastor, churches and secret societies tf
8unday school, 9:30 o'clock, Wesley Ashevllle. It employs a chaplain, Rev.
Bible class. Baraca class, Phllathea J. 8. Williams, .who devotes his en-
class and classes suited to all ages tire time to the comfort of strangers,
Excellent corns of teachers. James esDeclaliv those who are lonely or
irin mrini.nnt I distressed. Those who desire a vis: i
Pranchlnr tiv the nsstnr at 11 ffrom him are quesiea to nomy ,i.
..wi, ch..i. fn. tj xtr.t 1 His residence is is wesi Lomnu,
i. ir... t street nnone 6. posiorncw di .
u u , uttoi I - , . I Jk .
Pnvnrlh l.rn. mMtln. 1 nVWt The mission IS mu.ni...su J
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Fridays and Saturdays all news-dealers will have
THE LITERARY DIGEST, but not for long
the demand for it is too great. It will speedily
be transferred to the library tables in hundreds of
thousands of cultured homes where is felt the need
of a complete, reliable presentation of the world's
newB. It will be in many schools where it has been
adopted as a text-book for current history, civics,
literature. Every man of public affairs will have
it to enable him to keep his finger on the pulse of
Public Opinion. People m all fields of activity and
of widely varying interests find the DIGEST to be
an authority in each individual sphere. Whatever
your interest whether events of the War, Politics,
Business, Science, Literature, Art you will find it
represented in THE LITERARY DIGEST with
satisfying, unbiased reports of its new development.
Get a copy of this week's issue early while it is
on the news-stands.
March 25th Number At All News-dealers Now 10 Cents
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clusses at 9:45 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7:30 and
teachers' meeting at 8 o'clock.
; TIM1JS WANT ADS ARE PRODUCERS. Phone 202
led by Mrs. W. A. Reynolds.
Ject: "Getting Power From
untary contributions. Those who de
sire to contribute toward its main
tenance may send checks to the treas-
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Evening worship nt 7:46 o'clock. 't e N. c.
Presbyterian chapel In West Ashe
vllle, Rev. P. P. Winn in cnarge.
Sabbath school evefy Sunday, at t
O'clock. K. J. onset, superinienueni.
Chupel at end of far line.
sermon by the pas'ur. Subject
Shining of Moses' Face."
Prayer meeting and praise service
Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock,
Spoclal effort Is made to have all
of these services Interesting and help
ful. Everybody cordially welcomed.
Central Methodist church, Rev. J.
IS. Barnhardt, pustor. Preaching at 11
o'clock by the pastor and at 7:30
by Rev. C. A. Wood, presiding elder
kof. Ashevllle district Sunday school
at t:45: Epworth' league at 1:46. J.
Ora Street Presbyterian church,
Rev. A. M. McLaughHn, pastor
preaching, Sabbath, 11 aT m., and 8
p. m. Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m., 3.
B. Shope, superintendent. Prayer
meeting, every Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock. The publio is cordially in
vited to attend all these services.
Calvary Presbyterian church, Rev.
C. B. Dusenbury, pastor Preaching
every Sunday at 11 a. m., and at 8 p
m.: Sunday BChoot at IX: 30 p. m. All
are cordially Invited.
St Mathlas church, corner Valley
and Beaumont streets. Services Sun
days, 11 a. m., and 4 p. m. Sunday
school at 8 p. m.
Hopkins chapel, A. M. E. Zion
church Rev. M. D. Smith, pastor.
Preaching each Sunday at 11 a. m.,
and 8 p. m.; first and third Sundays
preaching at 3 p. m.; Sunday school
at 1 p. m., each Sabbatn, W. T. Con-
ley, superintendent; class meeting on
each Wednesday night. Tho publio Is
North Ashevllle Baptist mission
Sunday school at 3 p. m. Devotional
services 4 p. m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
North French Broad avenue, near
Haywood street, Services every
r Mihni. iiiu Pnr miuilhi Bunatr morning ni 11 ouiWKi un
Wednesday at 7:80. Missionary Study day school at 10 o'clock: testimonial
circle Mond.y at 1:10. meetings om.u., ........ t ......
I'ne restuns room .a ... vi.u,,, vw-
Iflce and la open every day except
Sunday, from 10 lo U and from 3 to
8. All are cordially, welcome to the
services and to the reading room.
North Ashavllle naptlst Mission no
tice. Services for Sunday, March It:
Sabbath school at 3 p. m. Preaching
at 4 p. m., with special program of
muslo by choir. Prayer services
Thursday night at 7:80. Missionary
society meeting on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at
8:30 p. m. - This being a week of spe
cial prayer we urgently Invite all
members to be present A special In.
viutlon Is glvtn to visiting ladles.
Realising the great need of an awak
ening Interest In our .home mission
tusk we have arranged to have lr. J.
C. Owen to deliver an address on
"Home Missions" on Friday night
March 31 at 7:30 o'clock. 'A later an
nounrement will give our special pro
gram for this occasion. "Home Mis
fit. Lawrence Cathollo church. Rev.
Father Marlon, rector. Mosses dally
at 7:30; Sunday st 3 a. m. and 1 a.m.
' Haywood Street Methodist Church,
Rev. L. T. Cordoll pastdr Preaching
Sunday, 11a. m., Sunday school (:45
a. m., IT, A. Irtinham, superintend
ent: prayer meeting Wednesday 7:48
p. m.. Sunday school at Riverside I p,
Ilethel M. E. church, Rev. 3. H.
Harmon, psstor. Preaching at 11
o'clock and at 7:4S o'clock and Sun
day school. Including all organised
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Just What You Want in Size,
Style, and Color.
Asheville Harness Co.
33 Biltmore Ave. Phone 80
To Row Before Clilncso iod
Atlanta, Go., March 25. Idol wor-
ship Is not a common sight in the i
churches of the United States, but to
morrow the worship of a real Chlncso
Idol, the goddess of mercy, will' be ob
served In thousands of churrhes
throughout the south. This strange
ceremony, In which some one repre
senting the Chinese worshliicr will
bow before the Idol, best "his head
on the floor nnd burn spirit money,
la a part of the program for mission
ary rally day In tho Sunday schools
of the Houthorn Itaptlst denomination.
Through a Kaptlst missionary In
Shanghai, there have been secured
20,00 likenesses of the goddess and
40,000 pieces of Imitation Chinese
money, such as the people of China
constantly burn In her honor. : ' r
.During the month -of April pranl
dentlal preference primaries will be
hrtld In Michigan, Wisconsin, New
York, Illinois, lows. New Jersey, Ne
braska, Montana, Massachusetts and
Ohio. At these primaries mors than
one-half the delegstna .to the nation
al conventions will be chosen.
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