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NASH MEETINGS 'BEGIN Evangelist Spoke at the Y. M. C. A. Last Night riany Services Outlined for liie Com= ing Week—Big Saturday Night Heeling Planned. Augustus Nash began a series of evangelistic meetings at tho Y. M. C. A. last night which will l.e continued nightly for some time. The meetings are full of interest and will be of nntold benefit to tho young men of the city. The thop meeting at Kahn's stove foandry at noon yesterday was the most interesting meeting of the kind ever held in the city. Some two hundred employes formed an interested audience around the speaker, Mr.Nash, who addressed the men for about fifteen ninutes upon a subject which left a lasting impression upon the hearers. The shop meeting today was held at Joovens, Owens and Reutschler's and ,v,is also eagerly attended by tha em- iloyes. Tomorrow the Niles Tool Works will be the scene of the meeting. A meeting for which unusual prepara ions are being made—for it will be in unusual meeting—will be held at 0 o'clock Saturday night in the Y. M. j. A. gyruuaaium. Facilities will be irovided for receiving several hundred lieu. Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra will ilay, and the meeting will be adapted uore especially to the nee la of the corking class of men, who hre •xpected to turnout that night in force. Mr. Nash will address the men, fol- owing which there will be a free lunch or everybody present. Facilities will )e ample for serving five hundred men, nd no one will be allowed to go away iiiugry. . A big mass meeting of men wiU be leld Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Ipera house. Around this mee'ting will enter the interest of the whole series, nd it is expected that the house will e crowded. Mr. Xas'T will u ake an ddrefs on the subject, "The I ifo of a 'ast Young Mao."