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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Galveston, Texas
10 the Galveston daily Friday november ims. My pure of Nike b it. T. A Dick Rel tolls Wilt old thank Al l a rom a Mew nn4 Venlon or Tow Iron inc at the Central Chr Lillan Church were attended by the of several looks protestant churches. The congregation Comro Rubly untie the Church. Item. J. B. Holmes. Pastor of the Church. Presided ill the me Tinc and itch. J i. Dickens pastor at Irnen Amtul i presbyterian c Hureh. Delivered the address. Rev. O. A Lynn trunk pastor of the scandinavian method int Church Riecl Tho thanksgiving proclamation of 1 Reid enl Woodrow wll . Louis Welch and miss allele Chap Man Manv solos. A quartet number wits rendered by . De Fox . D. C. Ottna us w. L. Parker and Samuel Hoal Dei the Central Christian and in to Artel presbyterian numbers of the evangelical association and conure cations of the Meyers me Morial methodist episcopal Church and scandinavian Mut Holst episcopal Church were represented at the meeting. Rev. Or. Dickens selected the text of his Sermon from psalms i xxx is so we thy people and sheep of thy pasture will Vivo thee Thanka forever we will How Forth thy Ralso to All he in part As follows her. Or. Dekena for atom. This it Tho Day set apart by the High authority in our government As the Day for National thanksgiving service. Every citizen from the greatest to the least should observe it. Of All nations on Earth under obligation to Render gratitude and thankfulness to almighty god the United states stands pre eminent. Blessings untold have been poured on our people. Peace Harmony and Prosperity have crowned the efforts of our leaders in Christian and commercial activities. Schools colleges moral and charitable institutions have grown during the year despite Many fascinating and alluring temptations. Among the nations of the world we have suddenly reached pre Eminence in peace Commerce and civilization. Truly our nation is the Home of lovers of Justice and right the True and the Brave. We the people and deep of Bountiful pasture should Render praises to his name forever. We should look at this question of Tab ulving from Carlotn Points of View. Every people every nation must have a Home in order that it May be perpetuated. The Only exception to this inflexible Rule in the history of the world is the indomitable jew. His his tory is without parallel. It is in fac the Marvel of history. Scattered Amon 11 the nations the jews remain a Sepa rate people chosen of god with a magnificent future before them. A few con liberation in reference to the geography of our country will indicate a reason for thankfulness to god. This is a Broad country. Its Broad Ness is from Bast to West rather Froid North to South which affords a wonder fun climatic advantage. Neither the Arctic cold nor the torrid heat interferes will our activities or the pleasures of of employments. No self governing re pub lie has Ever existed in a tropical climate in the tropics Man is dwarfed by nature his individuality is dwarfed by Environ rent. Physically he la indolent. Thl besets spiritual inactivity and results in pantheism and fatalism. In the Fri fun zone the whole of Man s activities Art. Consecrated to the. Struggle for existence he hns no Leisure for self improvement in the temperate zone Only does nature yield to Man s efforts in such a Way tha he has a due Reward for his tolls and time for self improvement. His individuality is stimulated and developed the temperate zone is the natural setting for political and religious Freedom. Intellect Krows and spiritually develops in this fruitful soil. Ours is the temperate zone. Pelt by All. Our crops Are abundant and our financial resources Are practical inexhaustible. Our people Are supplied with nil luxuries and Necesse Boxford with Oval an Xou wisc feature of it a Youlam co. Troy. H. F. People of he inherit 1 tune these great sales today skirts Worth up c 1 pc to tailored suits values co pc see show windows. Tailored hats values t o attend today sure be on the Safe Side it it better Dun to be on the lorry fires do happen regardless of How Greet the care your Home is not immune let us talk it write phone or Call. A policy fully protecting you is not expensive and is a sane investment. Phone 6109 j. A Childress Rev. O. E. Goddard preaches Union thanksgiving service. We enjoy comr pc Nita of put that the people of the present Day Are the heirs of the thinking of their predecessors who have been inventing and All through the centuries was one of the striking features of the Lermon preached yesterday mornings by Rev. O. Goddard. Pastor of the first methodist episcopal Church South at the Union thanksgiving service of the firs Baptist first presbyterian and firs methodist episcopal Church South held at the first presbyterian Church. Rev. Or. Goddard stated that people now enjoy comforts and convenience that millionaires of the past could nol buy and which Kings and Queens never dreamed possible and that the stored knowledge of Man s predecessors co ,.rs, a cures an necessities of life. Gold Silver and other pre Cious metals Are imbedded in our mountains and our Fertile Plains and Rich valleys produce wealth incalculable Why should to not be thankful to be sure we Are n. Favored people tins is the lord s country his pastures and we Are his people and his sheep j Hose considerations give us a wonder Ful reason for thankfulness to our god from whom cometh every Good and perfect gift. From the nature of our government to Are highly favored. Our Genera government uniting the states of the Union la a Strong Federal government but it is far removed from despotism. In addition to this have local self government. I he states Are free and sufficiently in dependent to conserve Tho Freedom of All ours is a representative government both in state and nation. We have no Law no taxation without representation. This produces Harmony and we nov one peo ple a United people. Our president elected by the ballots of the people is the chosen head of our nation and receives Pur Hearty co operation while in office irrespective of party names or affiliations. The smoothness with which our government enacts its Laws carries out its policies harmonizes conflicting interests among its constituencies reconciling differences among neighbouring nations proves unquestionable that god our creator approves in la Jire part our existence our policies and the spirit we Manifest to the nations of the world we arc rapidly approaching Tho Ideal of human government under Man s pres ent condition of sin. We shall never reach the True Ideal however until we Roach the Golden age the millennium which shall to brought about by the coming of the King the Prince of peace which is the second coming of our gratitude for Pence. Fortunately for us we at peace with All the nations of the Wold and in this we find a reason for gratitude to our god. We. Have necessary Laws regu lating our individual conduct but still Are free of speech while we to do not infringe upon the rights of others. There is in this a combined Freedom and Protection for which we should thank god. Christianity was planted Here in fruitful soil. Many of our Early settlers come from across the sea determined to establish Here a country where every Man might worship god according to his own belief. Our country is the congenial Home of protestantism. The Environ ments of Pur country Are favourable to Freedom of religious thought and action. No religion is barred is Long As there is to interference with the social moral and other equitable rights of others. There a a Complete separation of Church and slate which is As it should be. Our privileges Are wonderfully comprehensive. Shall we meet them shall we carry out the spirit so Elb faintly manifested in the thanksgiving proclamation of both our president and governor we who live in this coun try Are indeed fortunate. Our soil is varied and productive. The climate is congenial. Great comforts luxuries and conveniences Are at our com Mand. And better than Al this is the incalculable privilege of worshipping god according to our own consciences. The gospel of the Grace of god is every where being preached. The general and special Providence of god arc every where in evidence. We Are his people and the sheep of his pasture. Let us Praise and glorify him photographers to meet today Flat of the new or cilia ton wu1 be held thin even ing in stadia of ii. H. Morrin. The first formal meeting of the professional photographers association of in Aventon will be held at the studio of ii. H. Morris at 8 o clock this evening it being the first of n scrips of monthly me stinks to to held thereafter. This organization was formed at a dinner at hotel Clit Lvov last tuesday evening and a the second of its kind in the state. Every professional photographer or i Alcor in photographic supplies is in v i toil to off to a of the or to purpose of which in to promote Roi Trimn welfare. It is the Pun of tin to have no month in the Coll of Priti the studio of Nonio Tho prob Tenin int con front it aft of and Trofe Italton will to fahd Idem for their solution will by Tho of be found in the Rosenberg Library. The program was As follows Organ prelude . B. B. Yaong. Doxology. Invocation by Rev. Judson b. Palmer. Hymn Jah Hail to the Power Reading president s proclamation Rev. Or. Calmer. Anthem. Scripture lesson 133d psalm Rev. A m. Hall pastor of the first presbyterian Church. Prayer Rev. Or. Hall. Hymn come thou fount of every Solo . George Reid. Sermon rest or. Goddard. Offering hymn. Benediction. Rev. Or. Goddard. Rev. Or. Goddard h Senob. Rev. Or. Goddard a Sermon entitled an inventory of our was As follows text ail things Are cor., Ili. 21. You have heard of tramps and Mendi cants dying in poverty who were heirs to vast fortunes but did not know it. What a Blessing it would have been could someone have revealed to them the fact that they had such possessions. So i shall be conferring a favor upon you if i discover for you some of your wealth much of which you Are utilizing without appreciating its value. The verdict i want this morning is that every Man who hns complained of his poverty shall i to of 1 become heartily ashamed of himself for so doing and henceforth shall complain no More but rather rejoice in his pos sessions and revel in his wealth. In the physical realm we have great wealth. The Sun so indispensable to life can not be monopolized by any corporation nor in any Way taken from us by the ravages of predatory wealth. The atmosphere so abundant so salubrious is As much mine and yours As it is the monarchs of finance. Its exhilarating Powers can never be Given As a franchise nor its inexhaustible Supply mortgaged against the oncoming generations. Our bodies Are ours. We Are fearfully and wonderfully made. Our bodies Are the up Tomo of the universe. Herein All the principles of mechanics and the Laws of chemical Affinity Are found. Man is the masterpiece of god s Ter aqueous workmanship. Who would Aell his right hand or his right Eye for the possessions of the wealthiest Man in Texas our eyes to see the beauties of god s world our ears to be enraptured by heavenly music our of factories to put us in touch with the odoriferous perfumes of the these Are ours and there not sufficient wealth in Texas to buy even one of our Fine senses. Wealthy in intellectual it Nam. We Are immensely wealthy in the intellectual realm. Our intellects with Power to think god s thoughts after him our sensibilities to respond to the divine affections and in some measure reciprocate the father s love our wills Are ours free to choose the right or the our wills Are ours we know How our wills Are ours to make them thine. Not Only have we minds of infinite value but we Are the heirs of All the thinking of our predecessors. Men have been inventing and discovering All through the centuries and you and t Are the Happy recipients of heir labors every labor saving machine and wealth creating1 device contributes to your com fort and mine. That Force electricity which had eluded the grasp of Man for centuries has been made Man s obedient and subservient slave. You and i enjoy comforts and conveniences that millionaires of the past could not buy and Krings and Queens never dreamed possible. The stored up bought of our predecessors May be found in your own Rosenberg Library Tou Are invited to a Val yourselves with out Money and without Price of the intellectual products of All who have gone before. What a great privilege this an ethereal Home in the spiritual realm our wealth is a commensurable. Who can estimate the value of a religious experience who could compute what it is Worth to know that our names Are written in the lord s Book of life we have a Savior. What Jesus Worth to you the holy spirit s curs. It would be blasphemous to try o set a value upon his work for us. We have a father. We have been adopted nto the divine of god and Point heirs with Christ. We have an eternal Home. Here some f us have no Home. But we have a title o a in Tho that a Norrup Ulbic undefiled and that Vadeth not away Jesus shirt he had gone to rep arc a place for us and would come gain and receive us unto himself. What a Rigi a i Ould we want time is is ours. Earth is ours and Eaven is ours. Hence Tho Strong Ian Eurage of the text All things arc yours.1 he things to do not possess compared nth what to do possess Are i consid Rable. Everything1 on Earth and in i Cavan is so nearly ours that Paul in he Majestic sweep of Nis Fertile imagination says it is All yours Olk 19 painless to we years. Fitze. It to Why we advertise. Let number people know of m take Adana Teaffe of i Cleb Tofte knowledge arid Hing tried proven. Plates that fit oar arme a Cyloa platen Ruble torn to Tat Wlla perfect they Are natural in appearance. They arc Toner tit. Special prices until dec. 2 Only. Cat old.43.50 White Cotaa miso Bra Dot work brat let of Teeth. My fish Loci tse Silver kill lao soc Teeth extracted pal Aleh Boe if it Harta on t pay me. The Yalj who Woald dare Biake thl after. Office hours daily huh to Tison sundays a. M. To 1 p. M. Lady attendant. Phone Cree plan Row Ala and with rom be Are in the right office. Of. Brewington dental specialist. Over withe Roosa ii drag store Corar lift Art mar Ket Suk a Tralee hut at. 10 be especially rabbi i1knhv comes Hakes address at k. K. K. Service. People of America did not intent lib erty but Hare Madr it Thror watch word speaker. Let it be understood that the people of this country did not invent Liberty but they made it their watchword they lived for it and have shown themselves ready to die for said rabbi Henry Cohen of congregation b Nal Israel at the Union thanksgiving service Given in the Beach auditorium yesterday after noon beginning at o clock under the auspices of the Galveston k. K. K. Galveston has cause to be especially thankful said or. Cohen As during the last three months it teas with the Aid of1 god successfully gone through a very trying period and now the effects of tile Texas coast storm almost Are forgotten. He urged everyone to contribute what Ever they possibly could spare toward the red Cross fund for the necessary re Lief work in Europe. He also urged re Lief for whatever needy there May be in people of America could doubly appreciate peace after knowing i in a Small measure the horrors of War and that Amer Lana had much More to be a a Jiuu laugh at the weather Good serviceable raincoats slickers and rubber Coats rubberized and macintosh Coats rain and cold c i c proof , 87.50to Al i Waterproof indestructible umbrellas saw j. Williams mottoes me held at Syf Lille Tabbi Cohen delivers and of country s blessings. Program of and Organ enjoyed by con creation in attendance. Special Thanet giving Praise services held yesterday morning at Temple i Nai Israel beginning at 11 o clock. The services were Well attended the and that Amer Lana had much More to be of Nowling program being observed thankful for than most of the people of a emf the Kostern hemisphere was stated by the speaker. The program was As follows invocation Rev. O. E. Goddard pastor of the first methodist episcopal Church. Instrumental selection Shaw s quintet. Address or. Cohen. Violin Solo c. R. Shaw. Instrumental selection Shaw s quintet. Vocal Solo . E. B. Hoi Man. Benediction very lev. J. M. Dlr win of St. Marys Cathedral. S traces Futory of . In opening his address or. Cohen raced the festival of thanksgiving Jack through Abraham Lincoln s Observance As the last thursday in no which has since been the Day we prelude Organ. Prof. Frank Herrle. Prayer. Hymn synagogue quartet. Heading from scriptures. Hymn congregation. Address rabbi Henry Cohen. Congregation. Benediction. Post Lucie. Organ prof. Frank Herrle. Reviewing the world s history for tha past year or. Cohen dwelt on the bless ing s that hav come to the United states. Among he said is the general tendency of our people toward upholding of righteousness and the Hanson s sons Stet Dom and Road contractors them Stone Sim and gravel dealers. Cotton transfers and teaming of All kinds. Phone 3825. Of co 1515 strand. I Boue 1653. Hysi misgiving div was obse8ieo Ages ago very Rev. A m. Kirwin cites script Kes to prove. Before Christ people set a Day for a Public demonstration of gratitude to the deity. That the custom of setting aside a Day for a demonstration of gratitude As old As history was shown by very Rev. A m. Kirwin in hit address at St. Marys Cathedral yesterday. In part he said As follows celebrate Back through its intermittent _ bunion at to the Pilgrim Section with the mexican and democracy that have Justice for he Laid particular stress on the action of president Woodrow Wilson in con let us give thanks to the lord our god. It is meet and just. Every morning in the holy sacrifice of the mass As she pursues the Day _ break around the world the Church Calls their i a Oon us in the preface of the mass to be grateful to recognize our blessings capitalize our successes and discount our failures. It is a sentiment As old As Mankind. It was in the heart and mind Vrance and Germany in the autumn of is to be sought i he year Back through the centuries to suggested in his he Bible times when Early in the his Best Means of its Ory of Israel such a feast was con mind d and actually celebrated in the festival if tabernacles wherein the poor and the j 1.110.1 m Ich the servant and the master the Liga Tlona in the crisis now confronting Tranger and the native born the orphan did the widow participated in Tho Hanks living for the Harvest and the is the plenty with which the peo Ile were blessed. In this Celebration As in that of to a the poor were to be remembered and he needy assisted. Each participant was make a sacrifice according to his int if and those that had Little or Noth in were encouraged to personal service whenever and wherever possible. Nation the morning stars Sang Tho j Houston paste priach18 Rev. X d. Apfl Rkman Al Vang Sermon it the ill Ladnar bit Tut Church. Tho Ijadi 0one great things for is wherefore we Are glad was the ext of a Sermon preached by Rov. A. Sparkman of Houston at the Brond Vay tap Toni Church last evening Rev. Stirk Man is pastor of Tho Tuam Avo no line tent Church of Houston and came Ere at Tho invitation of Rev. Robert d. Vilson pastor of the a plat Church. In Hla Sermon which wan in with the a Plait of the . Tin Pinker in Pleil attention to am the spiritual for hr1 tar he from third Vito if the no Hundred Neil Nemly a Lith i Mem. A Luric j to incr Cupar Dorlini of Katy taint. For coming to the immediate present or. Oner enumerated the Many blessings or which the people in this country hid o be thankful and contrasted the con Ilion in America with that in Europe n this connection he spoke of the assistance americans might be in relieving the destitution caused by the War in All i Prosperity for which we should thankful la the consciousness of our of the hemisphere and the de termination that we shall not be Lack ing in this hour of need. The president s Appeal for the red Cross came opportunely in this salvation amt feeds Many men from a of the world Par take of the dinner offered by the organization. Thoughts of other thanksgiving Din ners when father carved the Turkey and Mother served the Cranberry sauce lighted up the faces of the Hundred men gathered la a Hall on Mechanic Street last evening to be the guests of countries of the belligerents. He Laid j the salvation army at a thanks Given special stress on the red Cross Appeal i Wilson for the european War sufferers. The president was commended by Cohen in that As a Man of peace he was not unmindful of the necessities of this country with regard to National defense and the speaker called for the support of the Man who As executive of the nation prevented a mexican Ems Rollo. Our gratitude to the supreme should further be expressed for thes ten Tufic endeavours of this country to pre j vent poverty disease and crime and for i the spiritual blessings that make for righteousness and Justice throughout the declared or. Cohen. And Wyllo the miscarriage of Justice is not an in j known Quantity in the United states now More than Ever our people Are to Allkins that Justice must be the Corner Stone of our democratic institutions and our Liberty Loving people. In this Vir tue Aisne is the United states pre Liberty and Freedom of conscience. Contribution a of in the dome of the Capitol at Washington the contributions of the different nations of the world to humanity Are characterized Tho French Man and English gave their quota of science or Art music painting or Sculp Ture the different races and religions each gave theirs and the United states it is particularly fitting that this Liberty of conscience a phase of general Liberty and Freedom and that this Tolera Tion which it implies should be touched upon at a. Public Observance of thanks giving Whereat people of All denominations and of none have been welded in a patriotic Point. This idea can be ill us t rated by my thoughts of a few minutes ago is t watched 1 he gentleman playing thu piano. Of he strikes but one or two notes there is no Harmony there is no music. Hut if Hui runs Hoo finders nil Over the notes in one a Merit sweep to creates Harmony and Mulc. It is Only by the combining of the ideas and accomplishments of peo ple of nil races and All beliefs that we can c route Harmony or Nimnic to speak in much the mine Way As Tho if Igor of a Harp croat Fly Harmony and music by tour Hlinik All Tho Harp s Strunks. This Freedom min Lono nil lib erty of our duty to lir a Thor. To and 1 o the National n duty m k him red a he Nomiki 1 h in nil than ten Nowc cur to Niilre a n my. 11, should hut in Thyl of Fri from of and Liberty 4 our a a ice Anu dinner. Men whose Homes Are far away men who know no Homes mingled on the Day when Home life is made dear. Men whose White hair and rugged countenances bespoke lives wasted in search of Eureka sat beside Young men whose vacant gazes indicated thoughts of a Home far away w Here a Mother was thinking of them and wishing1 they were near and they seemed to concur in the wish. But tattered Clothea and other is fans of hardships in the Battle of life did not hinder them to the enjoyment of the pleasures of the Day. Members of the local corps of the Sal vation army served As waiters at the dinner party in Tho Little Hall on me chanic Street last evening. The guests were seated in rows of seats and the Din Ner was preceded by a Short thanksgiving service after which sandwiches Rolls cakes and Coffee were served to the guests. While the limited purse of the army corps precluded a dinner such As its members would have enjoyed serving their guests they did their Best and it was appreciated the ceremonies and Drew from them valuable lessons for our guidance. It has continued As a glorious heritage in the Christian Church across the Cen Turies. Voice grat Lovrie to god. In conformity with the proclamation of the president of the United states we Are assembled Here to voice oui gratitude to god for the blessings and favors of the year. We thank god that the nation is at peace with All the world and we Pray that not one spark of Tho flaring flame beyond the seas May touch our glorious Flag. We ask him to firm our minds and nerve our arms to the peaceful Conquest and Industrial Triumph which lies upon our path. As texans we Are grateful for the glorious heritage of courage and Faith that the Hardy pioneers of varied civilizations have bequeathed to us. We thank god for the abundant material Prosperity for the spirit of obedience to Law and order that reigns in the hearts of our people for the glorious Advance of the Church of god in her Ever sacred and sanctifying work in the souls of men. Galvez tongans Are thankful. As Galveston Lens we thank god for despite storms and stress the Sunshine of abundance Long with us poverty i and distress fire far afield happiness 1 Contentment Faith in the future and Confidence to overcome trial and difficulty fire the minds and hearts of a United people. Grateful for the world s sympathy and winning the world s admiration we go Forward to new tasks filled with the purpose to walk upright and not to crawl. As individuals health a a pleas plenty Prosperity goodness Ancl Grace have illumined our lives and blessed our Homes and with a realization of the fact that nil Good things come Down from the father of lights upon bended Knees to answer this morning the Church s and the president s desire and cry to is meet ainu just that we give thanks god licks to orgahiz3 t05ight officers will elected and Obliga Tion k conferred in to Start at 8 o clock. Galveston Den no. 6010, Royal order of Lions will to formally organized to at Moose Hall. Officers of the Den will be elected members will to obligated and other routine business connected with the organization will be transacted. Ceremonies will beef in promptly at 8 o clock. The election of officers will be Tho first business on the program after which All members will receive their of is. A. 3ticks, state organizer ant director presiding1. Officers also must take a special obligation which will to Given som i time in the near future. Dutch lunch Nyrl Othor refreshments will to served to the about to Loti of whom expected to attend the meeting. Oik the local Don which is not by most organisations will to monthly ladle not fits. At which n. Luncheon will lie hold and ill will to privileged to by trip to Lump Wivi a. K. A. Mii Kcf. Organizer and
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