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Vespers.

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The Rev. Theodore C. Williams of New York conducted the vesper services in Appleton chapel yesterday afternoon. He took as his text the latter part of the seventh and first of the eighth chapters of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans: "For the good that I would, I do not; but the evil which I would not, that I do" No sine are really small, but on the contrary are perilous and unhappy. Some sins come to us from a bad heart and thus leave us in a condition more susceptible to sin than before. Thus it is that there are two lives open to us. We must either live in sprit by loving God or live in the flesh, a selfish existence.

The choir sang very acceptably the following anthems: "God save of Fatherland," by Hopkins; "Seek ye the Lord," Roberts; and "Sun of my Soul." Through the kindness of Mr. Locke, the musical parts of the exercises are varied each week by the introduction of a soloist. Yesterday afternoon Mr. J. C. Bartlett of Boston sang the solos very creditably.

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