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Designed Mainly in Check the ???
of Providing Free Drinks to
the Soldiers From the Front - Nev..
k[illegible] the Order to Applicalbe to
Everybody - Police May Close All
Night Clubs in the City of London.

London, Sept, 24. "At a meeting
of the privy council at Buckingham
Palace today the king signed an or-
der applying the regulations respect-
ing the sale of liquor in the districts
of the Metropolitan area."

This rather cryptic announcement
appearing in black-faced type in to
[illegible] papers, meant [illegible] the long or
[illegible] "non-treating" order is now in
[illegible] action throughout the greater city
and that a great change must be made
in the social habits of the people.

Though designed mainly to [illegible]
he [illegible] of providing free liquor
?o soldiers from the front - especially
those who are about to depart again,
or the [illegible] - the order [illegible]
[illegible] in applicable to everybody, and
a villation will bring upon the of-
fender heavy fine or imprisonmnet, or
[illegible]. Hereafter, except in the priv-
acy of the home, the Londer may not
[illegible] a bottle or her bottle with a
[illegible] There is but one exception
and that is at meal times. I [illegible]
host may provide liquor. But in al
[illegible] hotels and clubs the words,
"What will you have?" are taboo."

Even the exclusive army clubs are
[illegible], and members are asking
many questions. For example:

Can members water whiskey and
[illegible] on a card game?

Can drinks be ordered to seal a
[illegible], or for a toast?

Is an officer leaving for the front
[illegible] denied a parting drink with his

Can a [illegible] accidently upset [illegible]

Salonkepeers are very [illegible] every
[illegible]situation. They say that, with
treating barred, the whole atmosphere
of the saloon will be [illegible]. Few
men. It is argued, [illegible] to drink alone
and a tremendous slump in trade is

What constitutes a meal with which
one man may buy a drink for his friend
will doubtless have to be defined by
the courts. Whether a meal will con-
sist of the antiquanted sandwich so fa-
miliar in the United States remain to
be seen. There is of course the ex-
tent subterfuge by which one man
may give the person he wishes to
treat one amount required before they
enter the saloon; but this would be
cumbersome, commercial and hardly

Police regulations, it is said on good
authority, are about to be issued clon-
ing all night clubs in London, during
the entire period of the war. If this
reform takes place, it will come as a
[illegible] of a protest by military author-
ities that the "night club evil" has
turned what ought to be a period of
rest and recuperation for officers on
[illegible] from the front, into a prolonged
[illegible] which leaves the men in a
worse condition than when they came
[illegible] from the trenches. It is com-
monly known that in most of the
night clubs evasion of the 10 o'clock
law has been developed to a fine art
and that drinks can be easily obtained.
[illegible] day and night.

I am in favor of closing down
all [illegible] clubs
[much of the next few lines are illegible]

[heading] Where Church Bells Chime

[heading] THE REASON

If any church in Greenville or its suburbs, either
white or negro, has no announcement on this page it
is simply because its pastor or officers have failed to
furnish an announcement for publication. No charge
is made for these notices and The Piedmont would
like ot have every churhc in Greenville and its su-
burbs properly advertised on this page each Saturday.
Publisher Piedmont.

St. Paul's Methodist church, Pen-
diton and Anderson streets. Rev. A.
E. Heller, pastor.

Sunday school at 10 o'clock, W. N.
Hackney, superintendant.

11.30 a. m. - Regular services.
7.30 p. m. - Regular services.

The Ladies' Working Society will
meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at the church.

Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.30
p. m.

The public and strangers are cor-
dially invited to attend all these ser-
Buncombe Street Methodist Church,
Rev. Mark L. Carlisle, D. D., pastor.

10.00 a. m. - Sunday school. Mr.
W. C. Beacham and mr. Monroe Pick-
ing superintendents.

[illegible] class meets to main audi-
torium of the church. Mr. Alken
Carlisle, teacher.

Ladies' Wesley class taught by the

Preaching services at 11.30 a. m.
and 7.00 p. m. Sermonds by the pas-

Prayer meetingon Wednesday even-
ing at 7.30 o'clock.

A cordial welcome is extended all
strangers and visitors attending
these services.
Hampton Ave. Methodist Church
Rev. E. R. Mason, pastor

Preaching services morning and

Sunday school 10.00 a. m., W R.
Harris, supt; J. [illegible] Gresham, [illegible]

Walker Wesley Bible class meets
[illegible] basement of sunday school room
Rev E. R. Mason, teacher. All young
men are invited to join this class.

[illegible] Susannah Wesley Bible
class, Mrs J. W. McCam, teacher.

Wesley Adult Bible class, L.E.
Turner teacher.

Epworth League in Epworth
League room Monday evening 7.30 p.

Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.30
p. m.

it is urged by the paster [illegible] I also
[illegible] of stewards that the mem-
bers of this church come out and take
some interest in their church and [illegible]
to help build it up to the best church
in the city. Let's all pull together.

The public cordially invited to at-
tend all the services of [illegible] chores
Strangers and visitors especially wel-
First Baptist church, West McBee
avenue, George W. Quick, pastor.

10.00 a. m. - Services of Instruction,
J. J. Hayesworth, superintendent of
Sunday school.

11.00 a. m. - Service of worship.
Subject by request of the college
students' Y. M. C. A. conference now
in session, in Greenville [illegible]
"The Ministry as a Life Work."

3.30 p. m. - Special deacon's meet-

4.00 p. m. - Junior Y. W. A. [illegible]
ness meeting.

5.30 p. m. - B. Y. P. U in Hoyt
philathea room.

7.30 p. m. - Service of worships
Subject: Making the world bright.

Pastor speaks both morning and

INVITATION especially to the
evening service.
Central Baptist church, [illegible]
Lloyd and Pink[illegible]
[impossible to read, very very dark and smeared]
P????ton Street Baptist church,
Rev. B. D. Hahn, D. D. [illegible]
10 a. m. - Sunday school [illegible]
[illegible] superintendent. Dr. Hahn [illegible]
[illegible] men's class.
[dark and smeared from here to end]

10 a. m. - Sunday school, W. A.
St??house, superintendent.

11.30 a. m. - Are there few that be

7.30 p. m. - for this cause cometh
the wrath of God.

Communion service at the morning hour.

Prayer meeting Wedneday 7.30
p. m.
Second Presbyterran church, [illegible]
ner River and Rhett ?treets.

E. P. Davis, D. D., pastor, 20
River street.

Divine services at 11 a. m and 7. 30
p. m. Mr F. M. Pursor will speak in
the morning and the pastor at night.

Sabbath school at 9.45 a. m. sharp,
Mr. E. G. Mallard, St., superintendent
and Mr. E. G. Mallard Jr., assistant.
men's Bible class, Mr. E. F. Ware,
president; Ladies' Bible class, Mrs D.
H. Sadler, president. Modern facili-

Sunbeams will meet at the church
at 3 p. m. sharp. Miss Mary Mayer,

Junior Christian Endeavor prayer
meeting in the Sunday school rooms
at 4 p. m. Master Ralph Alexander,

Senior Christian Endevor at 6.45
p. m., Mr. Harold ?oyle, president.

The Ladies' Missionary Society will
meet at the church at 4 p. m., tues-
day. Mrs. T. Y. Boyle, president.

Prayer meeting Wednesday night
at 7.30 o'clock. "Come those with [illegible]
and we will do thee good." Numbers
The Fourth Presbyterian church.
Broadus avenue and Washington St.,
J. [illegible] Lyons Jr., pastor.

10.15 a. m. - Sunday school, Capt.
J. [illegible] Smyth Jr., superintendent.
All classes. [illegible] Bible class, Mr. J
C. Derieux, leader.

11.00 a. m. - Public worship. subject
of sermon by pastor, "The double
moral standard." Seats free. Stran-
gers cordially welcomed.

7.30 p. m. - Bible study class, Mr.
W. P. Anderson, leader.

Tuesday [illegible] 6.99 p. m. - the
Ladies' Working [illegible] will meet in
the Sunday school room.

There will be no mid-week prayer
meeting this week, the pastor attend-
ing [illegible].[illegible]
[black and smeared from here to end]

[illegible] [illegible] Presbyterian.
Central High school, West??? [illegible]
Pastor Rev. I. T. Young.

Sabbath school 10.10 a. m., J. F.
[illegible], superintendent.

Morning worship 11.30 a. m
Evenng workship 7.00 p. m.

Both friends and strangers are cor-
dially invited to all these services.

Turn us again, O God, and cause
thy face to shine; and we shall be
saved. Ps 89:7.
Christ church. Church and North
streets. Services for tomorrow Octo-
ber 16, 20th Sunday after Trinity
as follows, and the [illegible], the Rev
Alesander R. itchell will officiate;

8 a. m. - Celbration holy commu-

10.00 a. m. - Sunday school
11.30 a. m. - Morning prayer and

7.30 p. m. - Evening prayer and
short address

5.0 p. m., Wednesday - Rector'
Bible class for Ladies in the chapel.

Strangers, visitors and students
welcome to all services.

Special music today at both ser-
vices under the direction of Prof
?eheafer, organist and director.
St. James Mission. The services for
Sunday, October 17th, will be as

11.30 a. m. - Celebration of the
holy communion and sermon by the
rector, the Rev. H. Buchanan ryley.

4.00 p. m. - Sunday school.

The hour of Sunday school has been
changed from 5.00 p. m. to 4.00 p. m.

There will be no evening service.
St. Andrew's Episcopal church.
Pendleton and Markley streets.

Services for Sunday, October 17th,
20th Sunday after Trinity.

8.00 a. m. - Holy communion.
10.15 a. m. - Sunday school.
[6] p. m. Evening prayer and

Rev. H. B. Ryley, priest-in-charge.

A cordial welcome to strangers
and [illegible]
Christian Chuch.
Christians church - 10.00 a. m. -
Bible school followed by celebration
of the Lord's supper. R. F. Strange,
superintendent. Visitors and stran-
gers especially invited to workship
with us at the Central Y. M. C. A.
building East Coffee street.

St. Mary's Catholic church Octo-
ber 17, 21st Sunday after [illegible]

First mass at 7. a. m.

Second mass and sermon at 11 a.

Sunday school at 10 a. m.

Sermond and [illegible]

Father Duff will preach at the
night service on "Confession."

October devotion in the church
Wednesday 5.00 p. m.

October devotion in the chapel
Friday 5.30 p. m.

Holy hour in church Friday [illegible] 8
p. m.

Visitors are cordially welcome.
North Main street, Rev C. I. Mil-
let, pastor.

[illegible]Sunday after Trinity.

9.45 a. m. Sunday school
[illegible] a. m. - Morning service

7 p. m. - Evening service

In the morning service special
music will be offered, Mr. J. A.
Stubbs of Wofferd college, rendering
capecially Schuberts Serenade on the
violin as an offeratory.

At 7.30 the Young People's League
will have charge of the service. They
will study the life end work of [illegible]
[illegible], the man who [illegible] firmly
the Luthern church in America. He
[illegible] landed on South Carolina [illegible]
and preached his first sermon in
American in this state. He was the
father of the preacher, soldier, patri-
ot, Gen. Peter M?hlen?rg, who [illegible]
[illegible] the first speaker of the house
of representatives when the American
people gained their independence
through the war of the Revolution.

To all our services you will always
have a hearty welcome.
[illegible first few paragraphs]
The Word and [illegible]
will be [illegible]
next Tuesday night at her
home on Oscar St.

Mr. View - Sunday school at 10.30
You are invited to all these services.

Pearl Gray Hats
with Puggaree Band
[illegible] The newest arrivals

Manufacturers of Monuments, Tombstone [illegible]
Lowest Prices, Best Work. See or write us.
E. McBee Avenue. Greenville

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