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EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, BATTTRDAT, NOVEMBER 7, I91-.
DISCUSS THE HOME
Leaders of Denomination
Will Speak at Sessions
Next Monday in Calvary
Tor tho llrat time In Its history the
Presbytery of Philadelphia has set aside
nn entire afternoon and evening for the
consideration of tho city mission prob
Jems. Next Monday, with some of the
most prominent leaders of tho Presby
terian Church In America In attendance,
expert speakers will discuss various
phases of city mission work at sessions
to be held In the afternoon and evening
In Calvary Presbyterian Church, 15th and
Locust streets. The meeting Is for the
purpose of evolving plans and to add Im
petus to tho greatest campaign In the
Intorcsts of mission work In Philadel
phia that has over been held.
Tho moderator of the General Assombly,
the Hcv. Dr. Maltland Alcxandor, of
Pittsburgh, who has accomplished much
In his own church and city, will speak on
"The Church and tho City." The Rev.
JJr. William Henry Roberts, former mod
erator of the General Assembly and stated
clerk at prcsont, will discuss tho subject,
"Presbyterians and tho draco of Giv
ing." Tho Hev. William Mulr Auld, pas
tor of C.ilvary Church, will talk on "Co
operation In City Mission Work."
Under -ondorship of 0. O. St. John
Y. M. 0. A. School Aids Many
C. O. ST. JOHN
Under the direction of C. O. St. John,
who recently came to this city to
take charge of the educational work of
the North Branch Young Men's Christian
Association, rapid strides are being made
' for the education of the working boys
of North Philadelphia who desire to Im
prove their chances in Ufo through spare
time study. The olasses wero started a
month ago and have been growing rapidly
lnce that date.
There will be four courses for young
men who are engaged In the trades of
carpentry, brloklaylng and other kinds of
mechanic arts. Tho commercial and pre
paratory work of the North Philadelphia
Institute as the school is called has
also had a successful start.
A. J. DREXEL BIDDLE
TO BE GIVEN RECEPTION
Northwest Philadelphia Bible Glass
leader to Honor Founder Tonight.
A, J. Drexel Riddle, founder of tha
TJrexel Diddle Bible classes, will be given
a reception at the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Redemption, 66th and
Market streets, this evening by tha of
ficers of the classes In the Northwest
Philadelphia District E. M. Orton, ohlef
director, will preside, and the Rev. Dr.
X. B. Clay, rector of the church, will
ctfer the Invocation, Mr. Diddle and
ether guests will speak.
CHURCH IS 25 YEARS OLD
Bt, Elisabeth's Protestant Episcopal
Parish Was Incorporated In 1880.
The Hth anniversary of the incorpora
tion of Bt. Elisabeth's Protestant Episco
pal parish will be obterved tomorrow In
connection with the Patronal Feast, The
charter was obtained In 1B83. and the late
Rev. Dr, Henry R, Perclval was eleoted
the first rector.
There will be a Solemn High Mass,
with procession, at 10:S0 m- nniJ Qt th9
evening service, at 8 o'clock, the Rev,
Dr. Sheldon M. Qrtawold, Bishop of Sa
line, will preaoh,
The Rev, B D. Ward Is the rector of
PROMINENT PREACHER HERE
The Iter Dr, H. 0. Morrison, Presi
dent of Asbury College, at Old
Those who attend the morning and
evening sessions of th 20th annual holi
ness convention In Old St. George's
Methodist Episcopal Churoh, th street
below Vine, tomorrow will be privileged
to hear one of the beat known clergymen
of the old-school type In the Methodist
Episcopal Churches In this country. He
U the Rev. Dr. H. O, Morrison, of Louis
Tille, Ky. '
Y. M. 0. A, UEETQfQS
Speakers for T. M. C. A. meetings to
morrow afternoon have been announced
follows: Central Branch, Dr. A 0,
Abbott, of the University of Pennsylva
nia, on "The Scientific Bases of Health
and Sanitation"; Oertnantowa Branab.
x&Uloaaxy ttvm India, now in ofaajffo
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Idleness probably causes mors tin
happiness than anything else In the
Many a man, whose Intentions were
onca of the beet, has become a victim
of criminal pursuits because he has
had no worth-while duties to occupy
Thousands of men have become
chronic pessimists, who mako life
mtserablo for everybody about them,
becauie they have been left to drift
along with tho crowds, Instead of be
ing busy creating Ideas that would
have contributed to progress.
In almost every church men are
found who take delight In finding
fault with tho services, the music,
and practically everything that Is
done. Every clergyman realizes, with
regret, that this Is true.
Certainly some of tho "kickers" are
so pessimistic that there Is llttlo
chance of changing their attltudo to
ward the church work. But these are
tho exceptions. Most of tho critics
have tho right kind oi stuff In them
to make their marks If they aro put
to work at somo definite thing that
will keep them busy.
Dr. Russell II. Conwcll, tho educator,
clergyman and lecturer, was onco
heard to remark:
"I always welcomo tho 'klckors In
my church. Whenevor a man com
plains about something. I try to glvo
him a Job on a committee that has
charge of tho thing he criticises. And
I havo found that If we keep tho
critics busy trying to build up they
will not do much tearing down. Most
of our 'knockers' havo becomo good
Lot tho critics havo hard Jobs and
then wo can enjoy tho benefits thnt
are euro to come through "push" and
"pull" instead of experiencing tho
regrets from tho harm that can al
ways bo charged up against "kicks"
and "knocks." PHILLIPS.
CATHEDRAL WILL HAVE FINE
MEMORIAL TO ARCHBISHOP
Handsome Marblo Altar In Edifice
Planned for Late Prelate.
A handsome and unique marblo altar
la to bo placed In tho Cathedral of Sts.
Peter and Paul In memory of tho lato
Tho memorial Is of ancient Celtlc-Ito-manesquc
style of architecture. In work
ing out tho details tho artist was guided
and Inspired by famous Celtic art, such
as the ancient carved, high stono crosses,
tho bronzes, enamels and other speci
mens dating from tho 5th to the 13th
Thero will be baptism at tho morning
servlco nt the Baptist Temple tomorrow.
Tho hour for tho evening service has
been changed to 7M5. Tho pastor, tho
Rev. Dr. Ru.sell II. Conwell, will preach
both morning and evening.
RabM Dr. Henry Berkowltz, of tho Con
gregation Rodeph Shalom, will speak on
the subject "Is Religion on Trial?" In the
pulpit of Rabbi C. A. Rubenstcln, In Bal
The Rev. D. N. DurnJIcff, pastor of the
Evangelical Church In Sofia, Bulgaria,
and president of tho Bulgarian Alllanco of
the Y. M. C. A., will speak on "The
Present War In tho Light of the Balkan
War" at the Tabernaclo Presbyterian
Church tomorrow evening. His address
will be undor tho auspices of the Peaco
and Arbitration Commission of tho Fed
eral Council of Churches of America.
Tho Rov. William Mulr Auld, the pas
tor, will preach on "Cltv Missions" nt the
morning service, and In the evening on
"The Sin of 'Jealousy" in Calvary Pres
byterian Church, Locust street above 15th.
At the midweek service on Wednesday
afternoon, at 6 o'clock, Mr. Auld will
speak on "Ventures of Faith."
The Rov. Dr. Hnrvey Wood, of New
York, temperance secretary of the North
ern Baptist Convention, will preach In
Blockley Baptist Church, West Philadel
phia, tomorrow morning, and the eve
ning sermon will bo preached by tho Rev.
Dr. John Gordon, tha pulpit supply.
The Rev, H. 8. Ltttell, pastor of tho
West United Presbyterian Church, will
preach tomorrow morning on "Adorning
the Doctrines," and In the evening his
subject will be "Why Are Prayers Un
answered?" Henry W. Lewis will lead
a special song service In the evening,
when "Billy" Sunday songs will bo sung.
Beginning tomorrow evening with a
sermon by the Rev. Dr. David M. Steele,
rector of the Protestant Episcopal Church
of St. Luke and the Epiphany, in the
House of Prayer, Branchtown, there will
be a series of evening sermons by special
preachers during tho ensuing six weeks.
The Rev. James Ramsay Swain, pns-tot-
of the Woodland Presbyterian Church,
will preach tomorrow evening on "The
Revival Led by St. Francis of Asslsl,"
the second In a series of sermons on "The
Great Revivals of History." J. E. Mc
Afee, secretary of the Presbyterian Board
of Home Missions, will preach In the
morning. Mr. Swain will supplement this
sermon next Wednesday evening with a
stereoptlcon lecture on "Home Missions
and the PubUo Welfare."
Mr. and Mrs. John O. flayre will cele
brate the 12th anniversary of their con
version to Christ tonight at 7sW o'clock
in the Galilee Mission. There will be
music, under the direction of William
. Mlntser, and William H. Young and
his quartet will sing. The Rev. William
T Bamford and Oeorge O, McCreary will
The Rev. Dr. Sheldon Hanson Gris
wold, bishop of the Missionary District
of Sallna, will preach in St. Mark's
Church, Locust street, above 18th. tomor
row morning. Bishop Grtswold is well
known In this city.
At the Norrls Square United Presby
terian Churoh the pastor, the Rev, Lee
B. Rife, will preaoh tomorrow morning
on "Assurance," and in the evening on
"Characteristics of Bin." The latter ser-r
mon will be the first of a series on the
rtg-n of sm.
it th. nuimh of tha Redeemer, the
Rev, August B. Barnett will preach to
morrow morning on "Can We Be Bure of
Godt" la the evening hla subject is to
be "Savonarola, the Glorious Outcast."
There will be musto by a large chorus
choir. Dr. J. Berg Esenweln will ad
dress the Men's Bible Class at ISO
o'clock on "Choosing an Ancestor,"
"Is a World Religion Possible?" will
be the tople for dlseusslon at the Glrard
Avenue Unitarian Churoh tomorrow eve
ning, when the chief speaker will be the
Rev. Charles Wendte, of Boston, the sec
retary of the International Council of Re
The annual "at home" dy for old mem
bers and friends of the MetbodUt Episco
pal Mariners' Bettael Church will be ob
erved tomorrow. The pastor will preach
In the morning, the Rev. John A. Duncan
...i i.a an Ynrtaiiaa maatlnr at fi:LA
lu the afternoon, and la the evening the
Rev. Samuel MaWilllaHu will preach,
There will be a grand eonoert la the
Parte Avenue Hetko4kt Bpleaopsl Church
next TbureOay tveolas-
OLD HOLY TRINITY GERMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND LEGENDARY BURIAL PLACE OF
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OLD HOLY TRINITY
SOON TO OBSERVE
German Catholic Church,
Overshadowing Grave of
Evangeline, Is Oldest in
Elaborate plans ore being mado by
tho Rev. Francis J! Hertkorn, rector of
Old Holy Trinity German Catholic Church,
for tho celcbradon of tho 123th anniver
sary of tho church, which comes on
November 22. Tho church building, which
Is of unique architecture. Is tho oldest
Cathollo church edifice in tho city. It
stands at tho northwest corner of Gth
and Spruce streets, nnd hidden behind
a high fenco back of It, Is a llttlo gravo
ynrd. In this yard aro believed to be tho
remains of Evangellno and Gabriel, of
Longfellow's never-dying poem.
Painters and nrtlsts nro busily engaged
In lmprovlns tho nppearonco of tho mos
slxvo old church nnd tho rectory adjoining
It on Spruce street. In anticipation of the
observance. It Is expected that thou
sands of persons will attend the exercises.
The celebration Is to begin on tho morn
ing of November 22 with a Solemn on
tlfical Mass, which will bo sung by
Bishop McCort, with Archbishop Pren
dergast presiding. The Rev. Henry
titommol, rector of St. AlphonsUB' Catholic
Church, will preach anniversary sermon.
It 1b said that Longfellow was inspired
to write his epic poem as ho walked down
Spruce street past tho Ponnsylvnnla Hos
pital and lingered by the side of the lit
tle gravoyard at Holy Trinity for a brief
CHURCHES UNITE FOR
BOOM OF 13TH WARD
Presbyterians and Methodists Join
With Episcopalians In Improving
An organization has been formed by
ten churches of several denominations In
the Bth Ward for tho purpose of gen
erally Improving civic and religious con
ditions In that section of the city. The
plan, which culmlnntod In tho extensive
campaign for the betterment of the ward,
was started In the George C. Thomas
Association of the Protestant Episcopal
Churoh of the Holy Apostles.
A mass-meeting of tho members and
friends of the ten churches represented
in the movement will bo held on Monday
evening In Cooper Hall, 23d and Christian
Btreets, when prominent epeakors will
make addresses. Same definite action will
probably be taken at that time for the
advancement of the campaign. It is
hoped to bring to the attention of the
publlo advantages of the ward as a
section that desirable classes of citizens
would wish to dwell In.
SPECIAL SERMONS PLANNED
Doctor Burnfleld Announces Subjects
for Meetings of Month.
The Rev. Dr, Georgo S. Burnfleld, pastor
of North Presbyterian Church, Broad
street and Allegheny avenue, has ar
ranged a Berles of special sermons to be
preached during this month. The sub
jects announced are;
Novembtr 8 "doit's Bhrapntl on an Old
City," moraine; "Chrlatluitty and Soianca,"
Novambar 16 "A Man With Ona rrland
Only, and lie Won," morning, and "Chrlat
lanlty and Sin." evening.
Novemtar 23 "Christianity end Barvlca,"
November 20 "How to 8uqoaaafully Carry
Heavy Burdena," morning; "Cbrlatlanlty and
On Sunday morning, November 22, tha Rev.
George u. Uowey, general aecreiary or in
"Billy" Sunday Campaign committee,
They ar. reading from leit to t.gi.r
IS , ' ' ' ' 'K&L- ' ' r;1 '" i
ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS
1 1 J
INNOVATION AT SAINT JOHN'S
Unitarian and TTnlversnllBt to Speak
From Episcopal Pulpit.
For tho first time In America a Uni
tarian and a Unlversallst clergyman win
speak from a Protestant Episcopal pulpit,
when a spoclal service In connection with
the centennial celebration of Old St
John's Church, Brown stroot below 3d,
will bo held tomorrow evening. The rec
tor, the Rev. Dr. George Chalmers Rich
mond, has obtained from Bishop Rhlne
landor tho proper ecclesiastical Ucenso for
Tho subject to be discussed will be
"Religious Progress," and the speakers
will be tho Rev. Dr. Clarence Lee, of tho
Unlversallst Church of the Restoration,
and tho Rev. Dr. Charles E. St. John, of
tho First Unitarian Church.
At tho centennial exercises In the morn
ing Doctor Richmond will preach a spe
cial sermon for young people.
VILLA MARIA ACADEMY TO
BE BLESSED TOMORROW
Handsome School for Young "Women
Will be Consecrated by Archbishop.
Tho new Villa Maria Academy at
Frazer, on the Mnln Line, the finest
Cathollo Institutional building In tha
country for tho education of young
women, will be solemnly blessed by Arch
bishop Prcndergast tomorrow afternoon
at 3:15 o'clock. The Rov. Dr. John Web
ster Meledy, of tho Cathollo University,
Washington, D. C will preach tho ser
mon. Hundreds of local Catholics will nttend
the ceremonies. They will leave Broad
Street Station on a train duo to start at
1:10 p. m and will return on train leav
ing Villa Maria at 5:30 p. m.
BIG DAY AT GRACE CHURCH
Allan Sutherland to Speak for Broth
erhood of Reformed Congregation,
A big day Is planned for Grace Re
formed Church, 11th and Huntingdon
street, tomorrow. In the morning at 9:45
o'clock Allan Sutherland will speak at the
Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip, and
In the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the
Rev. George G. Dowey, general secretary
of the "Billy" Sunday Evangelistic Cam
paign Committee, Is to talk to the Sun
Tho pastor of tho church, the Rev. TJ.
G. Gutellus, will preach on "Armaged
don" at the 10:30 service, and In the
evening a special service used for the
"Homo Mission Day" meetings In the
Reformed Churches through the country
will be given. The service will also be
used In the afternoon, when Mr, Dowey
speaks. The address In tho evening will
be made by the Rev. Dr. Charles B.
Schaeffer, general superintendent of
PROMINENT SPEAKERS FOR BIBLE CONFERENCE
ttt -4 Doctors C I Swt - i ri;ng f Pcftstost, Charles A. Blanchard I
i.ii Hanii H -rejg
LECTURES ON WAR
CLOSE FOR ANNUAL
Meetings in 14 Churches
Will Mark Opening of
Sessions Continuing Until
Meetings In U churohes In this city and
vicinity tomorrow will mark the open
ing of the second annual Philadelphia
Blblo Conferenco and tho close of the
scries oi free Sunday afternoon lectures
on "Tho Present War In the Light of
Prophecy," which have been In progress
here tho last seven weeks.
Visiting clergymen from all parts of
the United States and Canada who are
to participate In the conferenco next
week will be the speakers at the last
services of the series. The prevailing
theme will be "What the War May Mean
and What It Does not Mean From a
Both the war lectures and the Bible
conference emanate Trom the Philadelphia
Sohool of the Bible, 1720 Arch street,
which was the outcome of the first
Philadelphia Bible Conference last au
tumn. The lectures were arranged for
the purpose of correcting erroneous be
liefs entertained by many people regard
ing the Scriptural aspect of the present
Among the prominent speakers to be
heard during the conference, which Is to
continue until Saturday, November 21,
are the following;
Dr. C. L Scofleld. president of the
Philadelphia Bchool of the Bible and well
known author, of New York; tho Rev. P.
W. Phllpott, Hamilton, Ontario; the Rev.
Lewis Sperry Chafer, Northfleld, MaBS.;
the Rev. Oeorge L. Alrlch, Easton; the
Rev. R. V. Miller, Spartanburg, S. C;
the Rev. L. W. Gosnell, Chicago; Dr.
Charles Blanchard, Wheaton 111.; Robert
McMurdo, Chicago; Dr. Max Werthelmer,
Ada, O.; Ve Bv' George Pentecost,
Darlen, Conn.; the Rev. Harris H. Oregg,
St. Louis, Mo and the Rev. Oeorge B.
The last of the lectures on "The Present
War in the Light of Prophecy" will bo
held at 4 p. m. tomorrow. In the following
churches: Third Baptist, Broad and Rlt
ner streets, the Rev. William L. Pettln
glll speaker; Spring Garden Street
Methodist Episcopal, the Rev. Max
Werthelmer speaker; Bethlehem Presby
terian, the Rev, L. W. Oosnell speaker;
First Baptist of Germantown. Dr. C. I.
Scofleld, speaker; Fourth Reformed.
Manayunk, the Rev. R. V. Miller, and
Centenary Methodist Episcopal, Camden,
N. J., the Rev, George F. Pentecost,
MEW CHURCH READY
FOR OCCUPANCY IN
Edifice, Costing $25,000, at
Harrison and Cottage
Streets, Frankford, to Be
Interesting services, that begin tomor
row and continue throughout tho week,
will mark tho consecration of a $25,000
edifice of the Salem Lutheran Church nt
' Harrison and Cottage streets, Frankford.
' Tho ceremony of consecration will bo
1 performed by the pastor, tho Rev. FrancU
Miller, and tho scrmnn will be preached
i by tho Rov. J. C. Kunzmann, of tho Gen
eral Council of Homo Missions of North
' At tho Sunday school celobratlon In the
afternoon the speaker will be K. Clarenoo
Miller, superintendent of fit. John's Sun
day School, Motrose Park. Tho Rev. G.
W. Sandt, editor of tho Lutheran, will
dollver tho sermon In the evening.
Monsny evening tho speakors will bo
tho Rev. H. C. Wasmund, of Brooklyn.
N. Y and tho Rev. G. C. Rcos, president
of tho Philadelphia English Conference.
Tuesday evening the Rev. J. V. C.Fluok,
pastor of Uie Church of tho Advont, and
one of the founders of tho Salom congre
gation, and tho Rev. W. S. Btough, of
tho Church of the Atonement, will be the
On Wednesday evening the address will
be by tho Rov. F. A. Bowers, of All
Saints' Church, and greetings will be
read from the Rev. G. W. MoClanahan,
of Wilmington, N. C, and tho Rev. Hen
nlg von Bofeao, of tho Emmanuel German
Tho Rev. George Gebart, of Tamaquo,
Pa., will deliver an address on Thursday
UAPTISY TE.MI'I.E, Urond and Darks.
Preaching by tho I'antor,
nUSSEL.". II. COKWELL.
Morning. 10::io. Illble School, 2:W. Eve., T:I5.
MHB. KENUY IIOTZ
a favorite Philadelphia Soprano, will aailrt
the Chorua In tho evening. Organ Recital,
7:13. William Powell Twaddfll, Hue. Dlr.
CHESTNUT 8THEET IIAPTIST CHUIICH
Chestnut at. west of 40th.
OEOItOE D. ADAM8, D. D.. Pastor.
11:45 Brotherhood of A. and P.
10:80 a. m. Worship and Sermon by Pastor.
2:30 p. m. Bible School and Men's Bible
7:45 p. m. Worship and Sermon by Pastor.
FIFTH BAPTIST CHURCH. Spring Harden
nnd Ith ati , Ilev. W. Quay Rot,solle. Ph. D..
D. U Pastor 10:30 a. m.. Sermon to the
Junior Church by Dr. Hoasolle; preaching by
Dr. Henry C, Mabte. 7:30. Musical Service.
7:45, Preaching by the Pastor, "The Un
chanReable." MR. ANU MIt8. JOHN C. SATCItE will celo
Lrate their 12th Anniversary tonight, 7:.10,
at tho aalllee Mission, Darlen and Vine
ata. Rev. William T. Bamford and Mr.
Oeorge D, McCreary will apeak. William It.
Mlntser, Musical Director: William II.
Young and his quintet, soloists, vocal and
Instrumental music, chlldren'a exerclaea, reci
tations, testimonies, etc Everybody wel
come Tomorrow afternoon the Helping-Hand Claas,
7fh hnlnw (Jlraril nv.. nt 2-30. FrMav nleht.
Doctor Carr. at tho Everybody' Meeting.
CENTRAL, 18th and Green. Rev. . W. V.
HERO, the Pastor, will preach at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Bible School. 0:45 a. m. Junior
Congregation In connection with the Morning
FRANKLIN HOME FOR THE REFORMA
TION OF INEBRIATES, 011-01.1 Looust at.
Sundays, 8 p. m. Service conducted by Rev,
SI. Reod Mlnnlck.
Dreicl niddle Bible Clasaes
DREXEL DIDDLE BIBLE CLASSES
Your class la invited to atrillate with -a.
No dues and many benefits. General offices
1017 Mt. Vernon st
MR. ALFRED W. MARTIN will lecture on
"The Next Step In Social nnd Rollgloua
Progreee." Broad at. Theatre. Sun.. 11 a. m.
"The Friendly Church,"
Kith and Jefferaon ata. ..
Daniel B. Welgle, Paator, will preach 10:30
a. m.. 8 p. m. Bible School, 2:30 p. m.
F. Nevlna Wleat, cornet soloist.
7:45 p. m. Musical preludo Emll F. Schmidt,
violin: William A. Schmidt, 'cello (Phlladel
phla Orchestra), and the Messiah Quartet.
TABERNACLE, 59th and Spruco Wm. J. Mil
ler. Jr.. 10:46, 7:45, B, B.. 2:30 p. m.
TEMPLE, B2d and Race Rev. A. Pohlman,
M. D.. 10010 a. m., 2:30 and 7:45.
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
CHARLES WESLEY BURNS, Minister.
.mai - DOCTOR 11URNS
Music by Veeted Boy Choir.
THE FIFTH STREET TEMPLE
HORACE If. HOLTZINOER. Mlnlater.
Mr. Iloltilnger preachea at both aarvlcea.
M. K. MARINERS' BETHEL
Washington ave. below 3d at.
EVERETT D. DECKER.Mlniater.
ANNUAL AT HOME DAT OATHERING OF
OLD MEMBERS AND FRIENDS. ALL IN.
VITEDj ALL EXPECTED, ALL WEL
0-CleYs Meeting William R. Horta. Sr.
2:15-Punday School. ........ .Geo. P. WlUon.
3:15 E-Prfenca Meeting, Rev. John A. Dun-
"4n5-Epworth League. ..... . . John W Rusk.
7 45 Sermon Rev. Samuel McWUlUma.
Let all old members and (rlenda com and
incnil a day In the old church.
MOUNT IIERilON, 10th and Porter. Rev. F,
C. Thomas. 11. : B. B., 2:30 p. m.
PARK AVENUE CHUIICH
Park ave. and Norrls at.
Hev ROBERT BAONALL, D. D.. Minister.
lO-so-.'THB WORD OF QOD AS RAIN."
7-45-"THE ! MARTYRDOM OF STEPHEN."
2'80-SUNDAY SCHOOU DR. BAONALIVB
lilBLE CLAB3 FOR MEN IN THE AUDI.
THUlVsDAT. NOV. 12th-GRAND CONCERT
Artlsta: Julia Z. Robinson, Marie Lanratona
Llit Anthony J. MeNlchol. Lewie Jame
Howell. Nina Prettyman Howell and William
TA11BRNACLB, ll'h below Oxford. A. E.
TCrowelt-HiT30 Romans vlil. 1. 7:. "Hit
ting the Trail." Revival Bervtc.
PHILADELPHIA IIOLINBSa ASSOCIATIOJf
SOTH ANNUAL CONVENTION
iJoV&fBER 7TH TO 1BTH
IT BT OEOROE'S M. K. CHURCH,
AT4Tll 8THEBT BBLTTW VINE.
Saturday, November 7-Sermotui by Rev. H.
5 Morrtaon. D. 1.. 8 tt'l s P m-; praise
cJcm i : P. nul Rv- J- T Maybemr: song
KS I'teitlmSnyTi P- " Hallman,
t?5jr'B.rmons by Dr. Morrlaon,
ST'eSd 8 p. m. . 8:80 p.
and 8 p. ml o:o p. rn., sermon Dy mt.
t Kuntl i:aw l "l y s"'.
Monday-Sermons by pr. Momaoo, sao and
a i Tm. 2 P- n.. Praise aervtc. Rev. 8am-
.r n non:. Jr., leaaer, i :ov. pte eerie.
TA-AvI&Ya MT,NO, PHNN-
tnoo a I . Pnlae aervloe, Renr. Rlehard
io-M a. m, Sermon, Rev. T. W. UoKlnner.
fio m.-Pralse wrvice. Ray, WlUitm
x-00 p. m, Sermon. Rev. George J. Bums.
?:oo p. n -Platform TtetUaooy Meeting.
aoo d. ml-Seroo. Dr. Morrison.
Wednesday Bermona W Dr. MorrUoo. S aad
p. rn.' Pral aervlee, 2 p. to, aad tm
a-OQ a. m. Prayer.se lee, "Rev. H. a Bny
" der, leadr.
100 a. Sarauo, R;T. Alfred Wagg.
8 -.00 p, a u Sermon, Rev. Oeorge Q. pia
7.00 P. m. "JoeF Predl etica, RT. W. U.
e)0 p, m.-B
The Double Male
uartst of OolBBjbU Xn-
yrtoay. S ?- J!
arvlae. Rev. Ojeexm
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p. ., aenaea by Dr.
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Speakers and their subjects for minis
ters' meetings on Monday morning havev
been announced na follows:
At the Clerical Brotherhood, Church
House, the Rev. Dr. Floyd Tomkiris, en
"The Billy Sunday Campaign In Phila
delphia"; at the Presbyterian Ministers'
meeting, Westminster Hall, Prof. James
O. Boyd, of Princeton Seminary, on "The
Value of Biblical Theology to the Preach
er" at the Lutheran meeting, 1423 Arch
street. Prof. C, M. Jacobs, on "LUther'e
Views of Modern Social Questions."
xVi?J Brnswr PUBsnTrnniAN ciiuncii
18th and Arch.
IIBV. CI.A11ENCE EDWAHD MACARTNEY
12:i5 "Th Vlelon of tn Morning."
g:00 p. m. "Cnoearn Iloueehold1
Ti8.?..YJV "oe'.f.l on the Turner Memorial
Organ by Lnu-a Wood araebe.
SL!i& -Of'rtolra In D .rMtlita
.S2g!E n Fryalnger
ctni; fecial.;- in w::::;:::SB!a3
"And 0a'.f w. & xtf&ar, .
Ti,i?r..,LTn. rKKsnyTEniAN- church"
,.... "V, nd Klngaassinjr aye..
'" the .lev. JOHff T. KKJSVlS D. D.
a. m. "Led by the Lord."
3S1 nnd Wharton Urn
Minister. Ilev. J. GHAT BOlTON, n. D,
'iM.VJT' CMe" "111 preach.
Ddw&rd TaUs Hill. D. D.
SSth and Daring eta.
W. COUrtTLAIfD nOBINSON; rX D., Pastor.
MujIo by a superior Quartet and Organ.
10:00 I Brotherhood meeting. All' Men In-
10:43f PUDLIC WORSHIP -WITH SERMON.
Epeclalljr to children.
2:80 Bible School, - -.;
T:15 V. !' 8. C. E.
800 PUBLIC WORSHIP WITH SERMON.
STRANGERS AnB CORDIALLY INVITED
sQ5,.,J.'JJc,ltDroa' st. below Morris at.
D. STTTAItT MOOKE, D. D.. Mlnlater.
10:S0"A Oreat Request Granted:"
. 7:4H "Unpardoned In Ttto Worlds.",
ST. PAI'l, PIWSUTTElffAN CHURCH
Italtlmoro ave., cor. EOth at.
rtev. J. HEVnhlDOE LEE, D. D., Minister.
10:45 b. m. Public Worship.
5:30 p. m. Oraded ISIblo school.
7: 15 p. m. Evening Worship.
Dr. Leo will preach morning and evening.
Music by aolo quartet choir. All aeata free.
TABERNACLE I'KBSHYTKIUAN CHURCH,
CHESTNUT AND 37T1I.
REV. JOHN ALLAN BLAIR, D. D., MIN
ISTER. 11 A. M. "NOW ARE WE SONS OPOOD."
8 P. M. "THE PRESENT WAR IN THE
LIGHT OF THE BALKAN WAR," REV.
D. N. FURNAJIEFF', SOFIA, BULGARIA.
WOODLNND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
4za nnti r'ine sie.
JAMES RAMSAY SWAIN. Minister.
1 0 :30 Brotherhood.
11:00 Worship. ANNUAL HOiDS MISSION
RERMON by J. E. MoAfee, Secretary of the
Pres. Board of Home Missions.
2:4. -Bible School. New scholars Invited.
8:00 Worship. Sermon, "THE REVIVAL
LED BY ST. FRANCIS OK ASSISI." Sec
ond In scries on "The Oreat Revivals of Ilia
Wednesday, at 8 'Co Stereoptlcon Lecture on,
"Home Missions nnd tho Publlo Wolfare."
If you aro looking for a church home
"Como thou and all thy house."
CHURCH OF HOLY Al'OSTLE'S ' "
21st and Clirlstl.in sts.
Rev. GEO. HERBERT TOOP. Rector.
Holy Communion. 9 a. m.
Morning Prayer nnd Sermon, 10:110 a. m.
Evening Service and Sermon. 7:30 p. m.
Organ, harp and violin prelude and post
lude at evening service. Spoclal alngtng.
Preachers, morning. Dean Gropon; evening.
THE HOUSE OF PRATER. Branchtown, nr.
H. 3. a. VINCENT. Mlnlstor. Holy Com
munlon, 8. Services, 10:30. 7:80.
PARISH OV BT. LUKE AND Tn EPOTI.
13th st. below Snruee.
Itev. DAVID M. STEELE. Rector.
8 a. m. Holy Communion.
10 a. m. Sunday School. '
11 a. m. iMornlng Prayer and Sermon.
4 p. m. Evening rayer, Anthem and Ad
dress. Organ, harp and violin prelude, Interlude and
br. Howell B. Zultck, Soloist
The Rector nlll proach at both services.
17th and Summer ste.
8 a. m. Holy Communion.
II a. m. Morning Prayor and Sermon.
2 45 p m. Sunday Bchool.
8 p. m. Evening Prayer and Addreaa.
Rev. Irving A. McGrew will preach.
ST. ELISABETH'8 CHURCH. 16th and Mlf
flln sts Sunday. November 8. In the Octave
of St. Elisabeth. Commemoration of the 25th
anniversary of tho Incorporation of the Parish.
Masses. 7:30. 0, 10:30. Solemn High Mass
Solemn Evensong. Procession and Solemn Te
Deum. 8 p. m. Tho Right Reverend SHEL
DON M. QRISWOI.D, Ulshop of Sallna, Kan
sas, will he preacher In the evening.
Rev. FREDERICK D. WARD, Rector.
ST. JOHN'S (1814-1014), Brown below 3d
Dr. Richmond preachea tomorrow at 10:30.
Special Service, 7:45. Rev. Dr. J. Clarence
Leo and Rev Dr. Charles U St. John will
speak on "Religloua ProgrMS." Great clvia
cnlebratlon Friday, November 13. 8 n. m.
Mayor Blankenburr. Rev. Dr. Joseph Kr&us
kopf, Colonel Sheldon Potter. Prof. Jesse
Holmes. Rev. IC E. Evans and others.
ST. MARK'S CHURCH
inth and Locust its.
The Rev. ELLIOT WHITE. Rector.
Sunday, 7 and 8. Holy Communion.
10:30, Matins: 11. Choral Eucharist, and 8
p. m.. Choral Evensong.
Dally. 7, 7:45 and 0 a. m. and 5 p. m.
The preacher on Sunday at 11 a. m. will be
tho Right Rev. Sheldon M. Orlswold, D. D.,
Bishop of Sallna.
On Wednesdays and Friday at 12 m. th
Litany will be said and Intercession for
ST. GEORGE'S, fllst and Haxel ave. Rtr. fT y .
La Pla Smith. 7-.10. 10:30 and 7:30. s "r f
BETHANY TABERNACLE, 20th and Dauphin.
Rev. H. H. Hartman, 10:80. S. S.. 2:80. 8:00.
FIRST' N. A.. 15th and" DauphTn.-3tevrJohri
D. Hicks. Paator. 10:30 and 8. B. a 2:30.
AUGUSTUS E. BARNETT
Our Redeemer. 16th nnd Oxford at.
10:."10 "Pan We Be Sure of aodT"
8:00 "Savonarola, the Glorious OOttLt.'
SotlalUt Literary Society
JAMES II. MAURER. president Pennsylvania
Federation of Labor will apeak on "What
la the Matter With the Working CTaes." at
Broad Street Theatre, Sunday, 3 p, ro., under
the auspices of Socialist Literary Society.
Muslo by Van Deo Ileemt Siring Quartet.
MTiB: 20LLEU LEES WILL fNbhrV
meetings, Sunday evening. 8 o'clock,
erman and English.
SSE NEW JERUSALEM
FIR3T CHUROH OF THE BREtIIren
(Dunkard), Cor, Carllsl and Dauphin, above
Morning aerrloe, 10:80; Sunday SehooL 2:30;
evening service, T:45.
UBO. U1I,1K,U K.UKU. 1-SStor.
FIRST UrJlTAniAN. 2120
c. E. St. Jobs. Minister: 10 a. m..
School: 11 a m.. Hev. Edward T. vraja
president of Atlanta University, will preecC
jl quartet or ooiorej aiuaent riu lflg.
OIRARD AV 1520)-10:45. .8ouk"'Boa.
,,.. V B una. Xlr. IT IT r..l. .,.,.
cello. Organ. Schumann' "Traomerai," etc.
7:45, Bev. C. W. Wendte, Boeten. 7'W A
WORLD. RKUGION POjidlBLSr' piecu:
ilon. Friday-Bat,, Nov 13-14, Churea tmXt,
TE NORRIS BQUARK UP. CTTjROn.
Haacack at. aad BBanuehaana ave.
Haacock .aaa wmmm bbj
ReTXBB B. R1F. Pi-tar.
10-45 a . "Assurance."
2:50 p. n. Sabbath Bshool
7: -.45 p. m. "ChiraeterUtiea of B4
of a sort on the a. "The Helta i
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WarabiB. 3w on. Anthems, i-.ft. Bug. 8tty
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