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TWELVE if-- y B 1 Si-s s- i XT i K V V O" rf THE COrifeTITUTlbN. ATLANTA GA SATURDAY. DECEMBER i 192 L Major ol Morrison. At the. annual rally or all troops iP Atlanta Scout council held J/ f l U ay night at the Second Baptist church Scout Jack Wilkins. aged 5 of Dr. nd Mrs. J G. Wilkins. J 715 North Boulevard. a member 2 Troop received at the hands Major General John F. MorrllOn. eornmander or the Fourth corps nlted States army. an eagle badge. which Is the highest attainable jank in the boy scout organization. The eagle badge la to the scout what the congressional medal Is to a soldier and is the most coveted of all oy scout acquirements. Scout Wllklns. not being old pouh to hold an officers commls- on in the Boy Scouts of America. now has the distinction of being the highest rarijclng non ioned offleer in his troop. This office la Itnown as senior patrol leader and U one of n h authority. Jack Wilkins Atlanta's s first eagle scout became a scout In February. l 17. and since that time he has participated in almost every call Is sued by Scout Executive Jameson ior scouts to do public service. He now wears red. whRe and blue ribbon which represents IStt hours' Peryic rendered in various capacl- tlM inch a during the sale of Liberty bonds war savings stamps Red Cross campaigns. confederate vet ran reunion and numerous service calls In which Atlanta scouts have mad. a record for themselves. 1 His total service now amounts to 192 hours Last fall Scout Commissioner W. A. Sutton. principal of Tech High school offered to the scout woo ob tamed the greatest number of merit badges from the court of honor before the close of school June. 1920. a beautiful solid gold medal. Scout Wilkins was the winner Following are the merit badge object mastered by Scyut Wllkins Swlrjuning first aid. lit. Having public health. personal health. athletics. ttremanship. electricity ma- ohinary first aid to animals. safety nut. chemistry civics handicraft camping cooklnjr blacksmith ing- carpentry pathrlnding pioneering n l bird study. An Important feature of the rally was the presentation of service ribbons to the various scouts whj have rendered distinguished service to their community during the past few months. The scouts listed below represent only about one- half of those winning these ribbons The others were presented with their rlbbns at the rally of districts 1 and 3 held previously. The ribbons are awarded according to the amount of time of service Each hour on duty counts one point. A red ribbon Is given for those hawlne 30 point a blue ribbon represents 75 points. and a red white and blue riM n Is awarded for 150 point The following scouts received ervioe ribbons Friday night Ped Howard Allison. Troop 30. John Anthony. Troop : Joe Bflhb Troop 32 Martin Brewer. Troop Harold Cautl en Troop 14 Elmer lotfetter Troop 16 Charles Cox. Troop 32 Henry PeGlve Trooo 18 lark Flpmmlng. Troop 2 Harry uIton Troop 32 Frey Oregon. Troop 32 Alton Harden Troop 14 Winslow Holliraworth. Troop 19 Iteuben mod. Troop 32 Burton Hudjrlns Troop 11 Oheesler Gee. Troon 22 vewey ms Troop a riaude Mitchell. Troop I Klrk- wood Felix NIchol on Troop 16 Tmorv Stanford. Troop 2 Albert Whittle Troop 9 and John Bell. Troop 26. Rlue Pudlev Cook. Troop 32 I Earl Enibree Troop 16 J IV. Hard. i ick Troop ii teorge Lewis Trop 32. and John Young. Troop 9 RP 1 Whit and Blue Randolph rdmundson Troop 32. Court of Honor. The public Is Invited to be pres sot at the regular meeting or the 1:0) scout court of honor at 7 4 ) clock Monday night Jn the commissioners room. Oh' Fulton coun- U courthouse. At this time twenty- one applications for different merit ladces will be considered by the II il be advanced In their scout TAIlk The following Is the list of merit badges which are to be awarded and rlie names or scouts applying for amp Scout John Russell Porter. Jr. Troop 3 first aid. Scout Horace S. ollinsworth Jr. Troop 3 first aid Scout Weldon Sala. Troop 3 tlut Rid Scout ack Pitcher. Troop 1 lJuckhead. first aid. Scout Alfred Ilufty Troop 1J public health out William C. tendriz Jr. Troop 15. public heath Scout Frank Pitcher. Troop 1 Buekhead public health. Scout John H. Young. Troop 9 handleraf Scout Weldon Sala. Troop 3 personal health. Scout U. C. Wardlaw. Jr. Troop 9 c cling steout Charles D. Atkinson. Troop 9 ramptng. Scout John Bell Jr. Troop S swimming Scout John H. Young Troop Cooking Seoul John It Young Troop 9 pioneering Scout IV. C. Wardlaw. Jr. Troop 9 ireman- shIp Scout Jack Donovan Troop 3 tlremanshJp Scout Alfred L. Myers Jr. Troop 15. fireman hlp Scout Robert Sarnps. Troop 15. safety fir t Scout Franklin E. Carter. Troop 15 safety nut Scout Charles D. Atkinson Troop 9 safety first. Hold City Election.- tesboro G December S Special . . Rentroe was elect-d mayor of this city over R. I e Moore by big majorltv and M W. Vklnsand S. W. Lewis were elected to the two places on the council vev J. . Mock. Almost the entire registration was polled. Mr. Lewis ame to this city a few years ago from Savannah Rod Mayor-elect REntroe came several years ago to Tech school. during which time he was admitted to the local tsar. THEATERS ATLANTA THEATER inn AY ' lUUAI NIOHTATI3D Sn ntf Mat for AU. Today it t SO ALEXANDER TEE HAS WHO Kowi" MON. DEC B AU WEEK a WED. III SAT. T1TUXPBANT ] OF LAST SEASONS S RADIANT xtTSICAL COMEDY OEM THE RAINBOW GIRL SOC U UI Wed. ft Sat. Hats. 500 to TM SEATS HOW. Vudrrifle. . 1 aid P. N. SHOWS WDAT OAKXT KKXS. Th lti Vrity SypsyTri Snpermtition Eeter > Jack Gregory Co. BUlis Rhodes U XBextamk aid Lisa. BY XETH VaaOrflU TODAT 7 10. tU PAUL I CHIEF DONEHOO LITTLE ELK' OTHER' HITS Amusement Directory i THEATERS MOVIES Thattsr Todsy mitlnec anti The lion Woo lo. Alnnder. Grand Theater Picture aid i Grf sdrertisement for program. 1 MRS. ABE POWERS HELD AS VAGRANT CoBtl ae4 from tint Pap. to adduce through the grand Jury Investigation of next week. he Is naturally keeping ti himself and th forces operating wtth him. However the ta about those places where the sporting element La wont to congregate. Is that the Inquiry is likely to develop Vie fact that for five years or more there has been a cabal of confidence men op. crating In Atlanta. In the guise of ramblers who have had an organized and systematic method of de prlYlng the unwary of huge sums I of money. It Is said that the total of money obtained through these vicarious means will reach high Into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Operated by Experts. If it also expected that th In qulT7 will shew that these schemes were generally operated by experts Imported here for the purpose the roaster minds who conceived the schemes were men who have lived In Atlanta for som years and that these men furnished not only the Ideas but toe finances and the stage settings for the operations. Naturally. they received the bulk or the rewards. V The method employed Is declared to have included a policy of staying strictly loot from' Allan tans S victims. Those who were fleeced are said to have been in nearby every case visitors to the city and that the railroad stations and the hotels were the happy hunting grounds of the operatives for the CAbal. It Is further understood that these master minds' re among those reported absent without leave' when the officers began the roundup of those indicted by the grand jury. So Important Is next weeks session of the grand Jury expected to Us that It la declared that no session of court would have been letS even on Monday had a Jury not been summoned. to appear on that day and Powers' attorney notified that he would be tried then. The case against the ed flimflam artist of next week will be the one involving the reported loss of 15 500 by N. U Davis of Terre Haute. md. at the West Peachtree street turf exchange. Davis de dares that he was fleeced by the wire tapphg scheme through the agency or a man named Grant. How. ever he declares that Pvers was one of the operatives employed at the place and aided In the swindle On the other hand Powers declares that he had never seen Davis until he visited him In jail and made a proposition not to appear against him if Powers would give. him 85000 Students' Attempt To Haze Professor Ends in Expulsion Fitzgerald. Ga. December S Al leged attempts by high school boys to haze a member of the faculty of the local high. school have re- suited In the expulsion of a doezn students thi swearing out of a warrant charging one of the teachers wIth assault and battery. and an Investigation of the entire transaction by the grand Jury now In session. Professor T. C. Carter. for whom the warrant has been sworn out. went to the assistance of Professor Harrington who. it is alleged. was engaged In a tight with a number or boys attempting to hue him. Carter is charged with having Knocked down year Wllmer Turner whose father later swore out the warrant. The students con- t nected with the affair were ex pelled when they refused to be punished WOMAN FRUSTRATES ATTEMPT AT BURGLARY Mrs. W. R. Power. residing In the rear of Wesley Memorial church. frustrated a negro ! attempted urglary Friday noon when she confronted him In the church rooms. The negro made his e cape however when Rev. B. F. Frmeer pastor of the church was telephoning the police. Mrs. Power first discovered that some one had entered the church when she noticed a door open on the third floor leading from the Ire escape. Looking about she came upon the negro In the bath room and marched him down stairs to Rev. C. C. Carey who then held a knife over the would-be thief while Rev. Fraser telephoned. A description of the negro was given to the police. Nothing' was stolen although the contents of drawers on the third floor were scattered on the floor. EMORY PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL TO MEET Saturday night at 9 o o'clock there will be held in the Ansley hotel the annual Banquet or the- Pan-Hellenic Council of Emory university. Attractive courses will be served following which E. R. Denmark. the president of the Pan-Hellenic council will make the opening speech of the evening. Dr. T. H. Jack faculty advisor of the council will speak as will Mr. W. F. Meltrfn L. R. Thomas. of the school of Theology will speak on The Relation Between Frat rnlty and Non. Fraternity Men. JURY FAILS TO AGREE IN BIG MURDER TRIAL Rome. Ga. December 3. Spe cial Unable to reach a verdict after three days of deliberation the jury is the case of Claude Taylor. charged with having caused the death of Miss Willie Salmon a trained nurse. was discharged this afternoon by the court Taylor will make application for ball pendlnr his second trial. He has been in jail since the young woman's death last July The state contendtTnat he caused hr death by administering bichlor- ide of mercury tablets also that he had betrayed the girl. who was a member of a- prominent and wealthy Floyd county family. YOUNG MEN'S CLUB FORMED IN SAVANNAH Savannah. Ga December : Special Flft\ young men of Savannah la t night organued the Youne Men's Club of Savannah- an organization with the purpose In view of doing things for the. cltv commercially and otherwise. The organization Is In reaU. a younger men's club formed In the board of trade and the organization meeting was presided over by- former Congressman Charles G. Edwardg president of the board. of trade. Leroy Hetdrlckl w a elwt- ed president. This young blood and activity. organized rea lv for enthusiastic service will. It Is rtyUred prove a 14 sot O power In many civic undertaking it Savannah. Criterion Tteato All . tit. and Un. Carter Peliatea In Twin ictIs anti screen futures. Tsdor T at ? All week Dorotby lips In once to Every Woman. lislE. Th Ur AJ1 week. Chute Bay In Au Old Funlooed Boy. sad other screen feitort Mary MIles Stru4 Theater Saturday Douglss Fit- tank in The Lmtrlcsso Va 4 tt Taster Saturday. Wlutam S Hart In The Betnrn ot Draw f an Alamo 1' Saturday. Katharine McDonald lx PueIOIl1 i Playground. Savoy Tteatar Saturday Harry Carey la nine StreM McCoy. Alpha Theater Saturday Ruth Roland is Ruth of the Rockies. W. P. Stevens Passes Away Friday After Illness of Few Days i Macon. Ga. December S. Spe cial William Parks Stevens. retired sewer pipe manufacturer and for more than thirty years a resident of Macon. died at his home. 77 Orange street. this afternoon following an Illness of several days. Mr. tevens was A native of Baldwin county. being born there March 31 1861. He was practically raised at Stevens Pottery and soon went Into the business with his father under the firm name of HStevens Sons company sewer pipe manufacturers The plant was the pioneer of its kind In Georgia. In 1888 Mr. Stevens moved to Macon and established the firm of . Stevens Sons company. of which he was president. and began the manufacture of sewer pipe here. He continued the business until four or five years ago. when he disposed of his interests. Surviving Mr. Stevens are ils wife three children. Mrs. R. Holmes of Macon Mrs. Washington Deuau and William Parks Stevens. Jr. of Macon a brother. J. Henry Stevens of Stevens Pottery Ga. thee sisters. Mrs. Eliza Davis of Decatur Mrs. Annie Brewer or Mllled evllle and Mrs. Jane- Boone of Macon. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at S 30 o'clock. NO TRACE OF WOMAN IN THE HAMON CASE Ardmore. Okla. December 3 Miss Clara Smith of Rlngllng. Olfla. widely sought throughout the southwest in connection with the fatal shooting- of Jake . Hamon. republican national commltteeman for Oklahoma at an Arflmore hotel. ten days ago. was still at liberty early today. and as far as could be ascertained here nothing- had developed during the day to indicate that her capture was near. Receipt of dispatches from Ranger. Texas. stating that Frank K. Ketch. business manager of Harnon had declared a trip he was on In Texas was purely for the purpose of handling business matters In connection with Hamons affairs was one of the outstanding features. TTptrVi I administrator for fh Hamon estate. j UNTERMYER DIRECTOR OF STUTZ MOTOR CO. New York. December 3 The Stutz Motor Car company of America. to day announced election of Alvin Un- termyer as director. anti at the same time declared a regular quarterly dividend of 1 23 a share. payable January 12 on the stock of record on December 20 Mr. Unterrnyer Is the son of Samuel Untermyer. counsel for the Joint legislative committee Ini esti mating the alleged building trust. who three days ago accepted a re tamer to direct the financial af fairs of Allan A. Ryan. leading stockholder of the Stuti company. Conditions under which Mr. Un. ternner accepted the retainer from Mr. Ryan Included that his son Al yin and Harold A. Content. would handle the situation for the time being' under his direction ADVERTISING CLUB FORMED IN MACON Macon. Ga. December 9 Spe cial. Organization Of the Macon Ad club was perfected here tonight following an address by C. V. Hohenstein secretary of the Atlanta Ad club. C. O Carpenter. vice president of the Fourth National bank. was elected president. and George . university secretary. Other officers elected were- V R. Kline vice president R. F. Zelgler treasurer. The Macon club will at once begin a campaign for members and will send a large representation to the International convention in Atlanta next June. GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE ON MURDER CHARGE Columbus Ga. December 3 Special Charlie Creamer. charged with the murder of Mrs. Mattie Wells. fortune teller. was this morning sentenced to life imprisonment following the return of a guilty verdict. with the recommendation of mercy by a Jury In the superior court. The Jury had re tired it S o'clock Thursday aftn- noon. but reachedno verdict until 10 o'clock this morning. A motion was made for a nevy trial and this will be heard by JIge J. R Terrell at Greenville December IX Creamer. a textile employee was charged with having killed the aged fortune teller. a recluse. one day last summer by beating her head with a. rock tied In a. handkerchief. NO MORE DISORDERS IN DOUGHERTY COUNTY Thomuvl11e. Os. December 3 Reports this morning from the neighborhood of Payo show that the disorders following the spiriting away of Ralph Wilson. 18- year-old negro charged with at tacking the daughter of a prominent farmer have died away Last night was quiet throughout the section where on two nights previous numbers of negroes were mistreated it Is reported. Sheriff Rheberg has returned to Thomasvllle but refuses to tic- cuss where Wilson was taken. He states. however. that hi prisoner is safely lodged In a Jail where there Is no chance of his being subjected to mob violence. CITY WINS IN FIGHT WITH POWER COMPANY Anniston Ala. December S Spe- cl The controversy between the city and the Alabama Power company over the refusal of the com- panv to make its Noble street tracks conform to the grading of the street paving has beet ended. The city will put the power company on the same basis as other property own er In the assessment of paving cost t0 1 company ha agreed to re build It Noble street line and m ke the tracks conform to the paving A of the a ment lh city will dismiss Us mandamus suit against the company. Balkllne billiard champion. Wll" m F. Hoppe. wants to defend his ILl title against Edward Hors. i mans. the' fan crick the latter 1 part of- December. I CHATTANOOGA BOY HAS DISAPPEARED COMES TO ATLANTA Henry ur Will a Chattanooga school boy or 18 years has run awayfrom hpne and his parents and the authorities believe he has come to Atlanta. The boy is believed to be using the name of Harry Cooper. and as he had hut I4ENoIY LANG little money when he ran away. he probably Is looking for work. probably as a garage helper. Lang was last seen by his parents Tuesday afternoon. at 1 30 o o'clock when he left the family home at 913 Chamberlin avenue. Chattanooga for high school. He didn't t come home that night. and his parents started a search tot him. The boy wrote a letter to a chum. enclosing a. letter to his parents. The envelope was postmarked Rome. Ga. December 1 2 30 p m He told' his parents not to worry that he was going out in the world to get a Job and be Independent that he wouldn't become a hobo. He said he' was depending on motorists and highway travelers for free rides. He didn't y where hi was going. When' he left home the boy wore khaki pants leather legging a khaki colored overcoat. two sweaters one gray and a taking cap. He had about 112 In money. His father. A. S. Lang a clerk In the Southern railway freight offices In Chattanooga. casn4 to Atlanta Wednesday and the police and boy scout organizations are netting him find his son. R. . Shine. scoutmaster here. asks that anyone locating the boy notify him by telephone. Ivy 5800. Lang was studying motor mechanics in high school. and his father believes he will try to get a job in that line. He is medium sized for his age. He never was in Atlanta before or very tar from home. The boy liked hiking. and his father believes he will take care of himself all right If he doesn't fall In with evil companions. POTATO WAREHOUSE PLANNED IN ANNISTON Anniston Ala. December S Special Organization of 110000 corporation wtlh membership of 50 farmers to build and maintain a potato warehouse and drying houses in Anniston is under. way. the movement being started by the Anniston Chamber of Commerce. A warehouse with a capacity for 15000 tMlShels of potatoes will be built and Tarmers of the county are en terlng heartily Into the ovement U A Sterns has been named by the chamber of commerce to complete the organization and raise the fund needed. Newt of the Churches. ETHAN PASS METHODIST. At lomsn Park Metbodu. J church R T T. R. Kendall pastor communion service will be held Sunday at morning hour. Preaching by pa tor 11 a m and 7 80 p rn. Sunder school 9 SO a to. ha 0 Csodlrr. superintendent. Epwortn I atne meets 6ll p. m. Fan Hubbard musical director. Dr. S 5. B lk will preach at Trinity Methodist church at 11 a m and 7 V p. in. Sunday. His morning subject will be operation with God Hl evening subject The Justice Mercy and Humility of Clirlft. The Sunday school will mr t St 9 .TO- a m. sad the Fpworth League at 6pm Special music by a large chorus choir. ASSOCIATE HEOKM. A Spirit. Filled Church" nd Remem bertnir God will be the topics of the er mon of Rev. S W. Reid at 11 a. 01. and I ft. n at the Assodstc eforard Fresby- tells irbweb. Tin Soudty scboo& wilt meet St a. In. and tiw T. P. C. V. it p. m. Itr. BeU will ptcack at the Crater 01 A. B. Presbytesisu churt at I p. ta. 1 BZ. An XZXHODXST. At 8t- asla Uetbodlit church sooth there wm be preaching at U a. so ahd T 30 p. so. Sunday by the psstw v. if. C. ttiwiey Sunday sebeci 830 a. m. W. U. Tlmma anperinteixltnt. DE L OV LETEODIST. As Adequate Knowledge of God the Wtirlda Great K d" will be Dr. O. I. Older" subject at Ponce de Leon Avenue Mfthodlrt Episcopal church Sunday morning la the evening h will deliver th Best a series of addresses under 055 grusrat bred Bible Types f MoSer. Men. HI ttbj t will be Ttw llaa Who Lo t Hi Put. At Epwsrth IL E church south Sunday wheel wm be held at 0 30 S. St. I. O. Woodward vperistendent. Morning service 11 00. Rev. M I. Smith pan tor Subject "Late's a Gift" Epworth Lrapte. 6 43 A. W. Cook leader. Subject. Progressive LI ring Eveoint service T i5. Rev. Si. L. Smith subject True Riches. STREZT XITKODIST. At Costs Street Sethodlat Rev. IL I. Coderwand parlor there will be preaching Sunday at U a. m. by the pastor at 7 :30 p. to. by Be W. H. LaPrade pro- aiding elder. Sunday school It 9 SO s m. R. A. Day surerinoendeot. RPwOHS League 8 30 p. oh. U. P. Jones president At the ealey Memorial Methodist church. Rev. B Y. aser pastor there wilt be preaching Svnday at ii a in. and 7 30 p. a. by the pastor. Following the morning sermon to new board of stewards will be received. rrofenor sod Mrs. A. C. Bust. toss will hue charge t the music it this church la the future Prayer meetings Wedne ay erenlog at T S0. Epworth League Sunday at 6 SO p. at. At the Lutheran Church of the Redeern er corner Trinity avenue and Capitol place Bee. Karl L. Epleser pastor the sermon subject In the morning at 11 o clock service will be The Advent Exhortation. In the srenthg It T 43 the subject will be The Sun of Righteousness. The Sunday school meets it B 43 and the Lath cc league it 7 SUNDAY SCHOOL" ASSOCIATION. The regular monthly meeting of tb Atlanta Baptist Snide School association will b held at Brown Memorial Baptist church Sunday afternoon It 3 o clock An interesting meeting l promised with RPT. W M. Albert and W. B' Gaines as the principal speakers. HARRIS At the Harris Street Preubvterlan church tomorrow at 11 o o'clock Rev. Roy T. Brunt bough will preach. hl second sermon on the Bible the subject of this sermon being 1 The Bible and What It Dots. Evening swncet vffl b IfW It 1:30 p. m. a 4 $ seJs subject wilt be Looking UsIa J snsv Th regular mid rttt prayer meet- lir wm be held on Wednesday evening at f JO en which oecsalofl Rev Drum- bent will esatim ti studies la the Gospel ot Ittrk. ran ZIXSBTTESUIT. At First PwbrterUn chare Sunday 1. Spnde Lyons pastor. will preach ttre second of the seriM of sermons on SsKa- Uses at the 11 Vd tk hoi of worship. The subject wm be The Divine Element t Salvstloa. tne nnalcal features of the service art under the direction of Charles Jr. At Pryor Street PresSytPrlts church these will b the usual services and the mull welcome it the homelike church. Snulay B v. Robert L. Deli. putor win prrack at both jtrric U a. at. sad T 30 WEST SSI The ruxrlmi sad What They Mean to TV will b the them of the sermon at West End pvebyterias Phsh tomorrow morning at Ii clock aid it 7 SO p. tt. there will be the first of a series on "Life's rundaroentals or What Is Worth While. the first of the sermons being n the. subject The Bnpreme NecejoIly Of the Crass. The pastor Rev. S. P Kirk Patrick will preach it both errlc Sonday school at 8 30. Christian Endeavor It 6:30. SOCK At Bock Spring Presbyterian church The Glory of Limitations' i the subject of Dr. Backs sermon for Sunday morning at Rock Spring Pr byt lin church. the evening service 1 SO the pastor will preach on The Sin of Fereristonena" Christian EndeaTor 30 p. at. DZID HILLS PKZSBYTEIUAN. At Druid Hills Presbyterian church R r D. hi. Mincer pastor Sunday services will be a follows- 11 a. mGod Cae Not Be. Defeated. 7 30 p. at All Fimille 3 30 p. at. Junior Endeavor. 6 p. no. In- teroneduate Endeavor. 8 43 p In. Senior Christian Endeavor. VCZXTRAL At Central Presbyterian church the pas toe Dr. B. R. Lacy will preach at both the morning and evening sprrtces 8nn4 T Subject of the morning sermon. The Beginning of Wisdom. At S o'clock the- veterans of the Joseph Wheeler camp will conduct a memorial service Christian Rio' desror It 6 45 will be led by a group of four young taco discussing the subject of ring ORm AYTNIIZ PXESBTTEXIAir. Dr. Richard Ovine Flint pastor of the North Avenue prsshyterlas chnrh. wilt preach Sunday evening. Continuing his stndle of th sects and cult. of today his subject will be A Sect That Upset the World. GORDON STBEET EZSB YTEKIAH. The topic of the morning sermon it the ordon Street PrwbyterUn church will be Fishers of lies and the evening NEWS OF THE CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH DR. B. R. LACY JR. Pastor. Have ou heard our large Orchestra play Come to Sabbath School 9:30 a m. II oo A. M. Subject of morning sermon ihe Begin- ning of Wisdom. A live C. E. Young Peoples meeting at 6 :45. Joseph Wheeler Camp of United Confederate Veterans' memorial service. Special music 7-45 Address by pastor. WE WANT YOU FIRST PRESBYTERIAN v PEACHTREE AND SIXTEENTH STREETS 1100AM THE DIVINE ELEMENT IN SALVATION" SECOND IN SERIES OF SERMONS ON SALVATION BY DR. J. SPROLE LYONS. Musical Program Direction of Chas. A. Sheldon. Jr. Organ Prelude Austin Dunn Voluntary O Jesus Thou Art Standing" Brewe. Organ Solo. Chanson Du Soir Fr singer Offertory My Redeemer" McGranahan Choir. Postlude Stebbms 9:30 AM SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A. M HERE AN CLASS FOR MEN. DR. LYONS. TEACHER PRYOII STREET PRESBYTERIAN Corner Glenn and Pryor. THE HOMELIKE CHURCH. REV. ROBT. L. BELL. DD Minister 11:00 AM MEMORIALS BEFORE GOD" 7:30 PM NOBILITY OF SERVICE" STRANGERS. VISITORS. FRIENDS EVERYBODY WELCOME' WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Boulevard md Ponce de Leon. LOYALTY DAY We want every loy9l member of We titiimter to be present Sunday morainit t ii o'clock matten of special interest will be presented in regard to the building of the new churci. SERVICES AT 11 A B. AJTD 7 30 P. 86. DR CAUnVFLI PRF CTTES BOTH TIMES. ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN WmTERAUL STREET AND WHITEHALI. TERRACE REV. 8 B' REID Pastor. 11 :00 A. M. A SPIRIT FILLET CHTRCH 5 00 P. M. REMEMBFRING G GOD" CONDUCTED BY REV. D. G. PHILLIPS D. D HARRIS STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HARRIS D SPRING STREETS. E T Roy e Brumbaugh lllaliter Residence 133 Spring Street Phone Try 6662 1100AM. THF BIBLE WHAT IT DOES" 9 4 A B SiThDAT SCHOOL CLASSFS FOR ALT. 7 :00 P. M. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 7 :30 P. 1L LOOKING UNTO JESUS" TIfF. SRIEKDLY CHURCH UTTFRE FRIEN11 GREETS FRIFVD METHODIST South METHODIST South ST. MARKS M. E. CHURCH SOUTH PEACWrIISE AND FIFTH STREETS. REV. 8 E. WASSON Pa tor 9 SO A. M Siraflar School Joel Hurter. Superintendent. 11 :00 A. M Sermon by the Pastor. Communion Service. 11 00 A. U Service for the Deaf In Sunday School Assembly Room. Sermon by Ret S H. Freeman. S30 P. M Epworth Lenrne Mr. Fred Houses will speak. T 30 P. M Sermon by the Putnr. Mid Week Prayer Service Wednesday Evening it 7 30 0 Clock THE CHURCH WITH A WELCOME First Methodist Episcopal Church South Corner Pesrhlree Street sod Porter Place. REV 0. J. SIARRELL Pa tor. STTVDAT SCHOOL 8 SO A. 86. SIORNUtd SERVICE REV. C. I. UARRELL PASTOR 11 00 A M FPTTOWTH LEAGUE 0 00 P. Ii. G SERVICE 7 30 P. 86. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO WORSHIP WITH US. ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH I RET. Is' G. CUAWLET Pastor. 9 W A. M. SCNIIAY SCHOOL W. TI. TIMWS SrPT 11 00 A IL PRFACHING BY PASTOR 7 30 P. Sf. PREACHING SOY PASTOR BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB Billy Sunday Business Men's Club WILL CONDUCT SERVICES AT PAYNE MEMORIAL V AT 7 30 P. M. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN FIRSf CHRISTIAN CHURCH PETOR AND TBLMTT. L. 0. I3RICKER. D. D. Minister. 11 OOAM THE MAKING OP A PROPHET" 11:00 AM THE MAKING OF A PROPHET" i LED BY MEN'S DIVISION. LIBERAL CHRISTIAN LIBERAL CHRISTIAN yUNfTARIAN 501' Went Pnektrer Street. Rev. G. L Xa4rueD D. Pastor. A. M T. r. C. U. 49 A. Sunday Ktbort. II A M. Sunday School Khidercmrten. U A. M. UoralBi lerylce SnUcct. Zevrlylsg Blesdag sad Deja BAPTIST BAPTIST iApfisiTTABERNACLE 78 Luckie Street. 9:30 A. M SUNDAY SCHOOL. Christmas programs will be announced in each class Sunday. Every student urged to be present to complete the organization for the part that each class wilt have in the general program. A great Christmas program will be rendered In the main auditorium Wednesday evening. December 22. It will be full o surprises from begining to end. Dr. Joseph Broughton Superintendent. 11:00 A. M. MORNING WORSHIP. Sermon by John W. Ham. Subject. THE VOICE OF GOD IN THE PRESENT HOUR. 7:30 P. M SONG SERVICE AND SERMON. Subject EIGHT KINDS OF UNBELIEVERS. Our church Is bending every effort and much prayer upon a program or Evangelism covering the next four months and leading up to the Bible Conference March 20 to 30. 1921. Lrge numbers are uniting with the church every Sunday. It is the earnest hope of the leaders to witness a thousand conversions between now and April 1. All or the Sunday school and church activities will be directed in this spiritual conquest for souls. You are invited to a warm spiritual service Sunday morning and evening. Friday Evening. December 10. a lecture on Japan with a. large assortment of slides in exquisite colorings will be given in the main auditorium at 7:30 p m. There will be no charge for admission. The pastor invites every one Interested in the drient to take a trip in this way through the wonderful scenery of Japan and hear the many Interesting thingswhich will be' told on this occasion. HOME SWEET HOME" HEAR POPULAR SERIES OF SERMONS. SECOND BAPTIST. CHURCH Opposite State Capitol. HENRY ALFORD PORTER Pastor. 7:30 P. M. THE KINGLY HUSBAND" 11:00 A. M THE WRITER OF ROMANS" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 211 Peathtree Street. CHARLES W. DANIEL Pastor. 11:00 A M RIVAL PATHS TO PERFECTION" 7:30 P. M GODS CALL TO REPENTANCE" Ponce de Leon Ave. Baptist Church CORNER PONCE DE LEON AND PIEDMONT AVENUES M. ASHBY JONES. PASTOR. u 00 A M THE WORTH OF WORSHIP' A 11 P. M B. V. P. U Snbjfrt THE NAME OF JESIS' T W P. 86. WHAT GOD CAJ OT PO' CAPITOL AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH DB. V. B. MAJOB Pastor 8 30 A M. BIBLE SCHOOL 11 A M. INFANTS BAPTISM THE CATHOLIC STRONGHOLD" T V P M THOlCHTg ARE THINGS' EPISCOPAL EPISCOPAL ALL SAINTSCHURCH CORIsER WEST PEACHTREE 81 BEET AND NORTH AVENUE. REV. W. W. UEUiONGEB. Rector. * 00 A 86. HOLY COMMUNION 9 80 A M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 00 A. U TECH BIBLZ CLASS NO SERVICE AT U A. B. ACCOUNT Or UNITED MISSION SEISYICE AT ST. LUKE'S ST. PHILIPS CATHEDRAL CORNER WASHINGTON AND HUNTER STREETS. RIGHT REV. U. 4. UKZLL D D. Bishop. VERY REV THOMAS Ii. JOHNSTON. Uit. D. Dean. SUNDAY SCHOOL NATION T DE PREACHING MISSION UNION SERVICES ST. JUKES CHURCH. CONGREGATIONAL CONGREGATIONAL Central Congregational Church Carnegie Way. at. Ellis. 11:00 AM CHURCH SERVICE. 9:45 CHURCH SCHOOL SERMON BY DR. HIRAM B. HARRISON. THE APPEAL or. the WORLD GODS CALL and MANS RESPONSE' GOOD MUSiC C ND A WARM-HEARTED' SERVICE. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF ST SCIENTIST PEACHTREE AND mTLkNTU STREETS. SUNDAY AT U A. 35. AND 7:30 P. JL Snbject GOD ffHZ ONLY CAUSE AND CREATOR. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING. Indodlflf testimonials of Christian Selene hesllng St S o'clock Public cordially invited. SUNDAY SCHOOL at U I. at. Rending room open dally S at. to T p. at. at 613 Grind Open ROOM. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST EDISON HALL 183 PXACHTBXZ STREET. St2IDAT ii A. 1L Subject. GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND CEBATOB SVHDAT SCHOOL. A. B. WTDKESDAY MEETING including teotloxmlals f ChrlstUa Science healing it " clock AU are cordially invited. ROOM. Open IHIIy. from 9 A. St. to S P. IL at 525 ConnaUr Bsiidlag. U HPJ I TO THE HOLINESS PEOPLE OP ATLANTA CLFAR f T WILD FIRE YOU ARE INVITED TO TARE PART IN A HOLIXTW8 ifFTTINfl SV3fDAT ASTER- NO N AT 2:30 O'CLOCK AT WE. JAUEIT METHODIST CHUBCH. RET. SASS HATNE8 Tin PREACH ALSO TUB HOLINESS rNION WILL BE RECOMTUCTED SEW LBACIfl ASO QCX3 TO U KLBCISI vKiza A. Pr Aa4 from Sla. Pr aealiic b/ tie putor. B T BoWrt U. 6tliiwt Spe clii sichlc at botn ssrylces. Otaer err lce of the day are wssae. Snday seboo at. Cascade scteol hos at 230 Junior a E. it S-00 Senior ZenYor sad laser Circle at e41. v ran csusntit Th Hakinr ! PpotAef will be the subject of Dr. L. O. Belches's sermon at U Pint CbH U a Church' SuixUf ntoraUc at ii ocleck At V. annual Womea- Missionary day wQl be oteermt with a very interesting sad inspirational prorrvu pr stated by ta men's dtvlstos. Bible school it 8 M. with sr study la Uteri the Prophet of Love tor adult Christian Endearor meeting at 815. CXTTXCK OT cX1IST Th following errlce will b conducted at the Churches of Christ tomorrow West End Arena Bible study at D 43 S. m. ptttkiDf at 11 a. rn. and TStt p. no. by 10. C. Gootipsstnre communion and tel- lowshlp at 43 a. Sn. South Pryor-l - StrMte C1U tM at 9 45 a. m. preachUf ii U a. tu. nj 7 30 by B. H. Rogers oratatunlois and Jel- lovthlp at 11:45 a. no. East Point Ulbte study at 4 a. no preaching at 11 S. 15. and 7:30 p. n tj John A. KllninnaB conomunloo and te : skip at 11:43 at lfl. LHTIimAK At Liberal Christian church. Rev. G. i. Rein D. D. pastor. tie sermos tomorrow morning at U o'clock will b us -Receiving sad hiring a. Blessing. The Tunas Peoples s Christian Union will meet at 9 o'clock the Sunday school at 9 45 and the. kindergarten it U. Pixittivi BAPTIST At Peachtree Primitive liapiiet church there will be preaching Sunday by Elder A. Sims every Sunday at IL am and T p ni. at is Capital stenoe the Junior Order hall. nrXAjr PARR BAPTIST. At loman Park lOMtlst church the toe Samuel A. Cowan. will preset YIJ r at Ii a. no. on The fullness of ChisI sod It 7 30 p. ni. on The Man Wh Knows. Lords Sapper Sunday school It 8 so t to. B. T. p. i at dJO p. ou SECOND BAPTIST. Rev Henry Alfsr Porter pastor of the Second ltsptast church will preach Sumlar morning sod evening. His morning subjett will be The Writer of Roman. At the e enlng hour T 30 o'clock he wilt continue the popular setiep of sermons ton H nie Sn et limos. the subject belne Tlie Kinly Husband. Sunday school 9 3J S. " Uoalnen omen league 3 30 p. at. Chi- near Sunday school. 4 p. at. Junior it. T. P. L 4 p. hi. the Senior Baptist Young Pro- K e's unions e U p. in During the- sswrn- y period of the Second Baptist Younjr People' . Lrlsion two student volunteers wil l eak Ui . Anna Marie LAndless of Agnes Scott college and 1. i. Uartsfleld of Emory unlverfitj. PONCE RE LZON BAPTIST. The subject of the sermon of Dr. JI. Ahby Jones pester of the Psuce Oe Leon Avenue Baptist cbtrch for Sundsy morning will be Tile Worth of Worship. Is ti. e\ nlng toe will use as his text What God Cannot Do The regular Tuesday lecture U called off on account of the meeting of the state contention. Monday at 3 p. at. I reception wilt be glues la honor of Miss Ada lieU sad Eugene Turner missionaries from thl church. ui iyt sermon Seat b Infant Baptism the Catholic Church. with gust uoic at AVENDE BAPTIST. Dr. TV IL MaJor will continue the series of doctrinal sermons that h had been prearhing at Capitol Avenue ttapltrt church Sunday. The subject of the Sunday morning wlu be the Stronghold of Evangelical terrlre night. Junior B. I. P. I. e 30 p. 80LDI SS HOME. Bee John 1'- Him will preach St the Soldi' home at S o'clock Sunday. LATTKRDAT SAINTS. The Lattir Day Saints service. for Suoday follow Sunday school 10 a. at. serrictt. 11 a. m. services 7 30 p. In. EVANGELISTIC WORE. Dr. John H. Elliott Is now resting Is Coll ire Park for a few days preiiaratory to filling his next engagement after oioot uccrssful season ID evanicelliitU u k which he has aulited pastors in Orlando. H Carrolltoa Gs and recently In Rome. Ga. In many ways the meetings In Route were the mot satisfactory and fnccii tut ever hrld in that city. After a sheet r t t Dr. Elliott will go on with his work havIng already many invitation. for. meeting after January 1. CENTRAL CONQBEQATIOSAL. , At Central Congregational church St it s at. Sosdav Dr. lllram B. Harrison wilt preach on The Appestof the World Ood Tall and Man s Response. e.- Sirs- Dwlght Barley and Mr. L. B.- Wnitfow wilt slag i\ Classified Rates One time t le line Three times line 5555 time 14e line Thirty times or mot lie ll Each 15156 Advertisements wider the follow- tng classifications will only be in serted when cash accompanies tn order For Rant Rooms. Furnished or Unfurnished Wanted Boarder Wanted Board. For Rent Eoom Purnlihed For Rent Rooms Unftrnlshed Wanted Tc Rent Rooms Furnished. Wanted To Rent Rooms Unfurnished. Situation Wanted Malt. Situation Wanted Female. Above rates for consecutive Insertions only. 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XA DER" EXPOSE enables you to duplicate hii set with 20 mlaotti' pm srotion Send t5. Monty refunded If not sit' lfartnry NANKA SAHIB Terminal hotel Atlant SWlTeHRS made from combing- rat irtr U. Cill W flair Dressing Parlors TOM Ponohtree street Try PHI. ATfcR m ssnltanom. private refimel homelike flumes provided for lnf nU. ides. It. T. Mltfh ll. Windsor utrrtt. LOST AND FOUND 100 REWARD ran SETf BN of' Urallien loft on No/ 23. Design contains U or 14 diamonds or- roon8lng crater charm composed of 4 small dUmtods and 4 small pearls. Ettara to Jo. C. DOM 294 Pearhtrre vtnet. WO REWARD HO. FOB ARREST- sad eonrlcrton ot- tiler who tol 1920 id tooting ear motor 164 4301411 from In front Lyric thMt November 25. Notify AutousbU. Underwriter- Detective Dsreav 401 Hurt bid- Atlanta Ga. ttO EEWAL FOR ARREST and conviction of ttl who itoh 1820 BuIck tourist car. motor N 630 70. No. 844537. licensi No. 137615 from Houston and Askers te- flue NwrnnbrT 20. Notify Automobile On. derwritei Detective Bureau. 40lrHart bide. Atlanta GL LOST Ladle far double stink choker Light brows lo t truss Rauns 441 Csseitiy bldr. 110 reward for rtturn. J o question asked. Main 4311. LOST Diamond tweeds Highland car i sbevoing district November 18. Rewsrd rnofe Hemlock 9233. LUST Diamond brooch Highland use vs hopplm district Nov. 18. Bewird. Plow tire. f rar Tin. ldemiawk 923 LOST Ladle atch with cbala monofnm T. D. R. on one side of watch 1904 on other. finder pleise return to 331 C jrr bid" or phone Ivy 4314. Reward. TWO sitabel. crnitalniBt physician' mitre- mnta ttolm from iutmobIl cc night f Dee I no qnwtlnoa aak d Lad reward will' If rrtnm 4 t Dr. t. H HodT Phone pt Pnmsf 300. LOor Nlcbt Dwnnber L Mark Swats mom. with raas halter. J. IT. Williams 34 Smjtb. t i TAIL off Kollnakr stair. Pewird for rt- j tars t9Sfi. cvter : Eu atrttt. COUTJA K ILKINS-- t GWEK EA lE BADGE. Hghet Poasi Ie Honor Is ente iin by G 1M e UJ omSOD. 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