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E.VENIHG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 191. IT
CHURCHES AND THEIBr VORKERS-jmYGlOUSTmilESQF ALL T DMOMINATIONS
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EVENIHG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBERS, 1912.
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P. E. CHURCH OF THE ADVENT AND ITS PROGRESSIVE RECTOR, THE REV. E. M. FRANK
"BILLY" SUNDAY TO
PAPER GETS NEW MtESS
' .1 HI II III. ib
Fast Machino Installed tor Cathollo
Standard and Times.
The Catholic Standard arid Times, the
oltlclal organ of the Philadelphia ArcTi
diocese, appears this week In a new dress,
A duplex tubular plate press, With a ra
pacity of printing from t to 18 pages at a
SDCCd of 3fL0O0 npr liniir. wnm t.vntft. tn-
HAYE EXTRA FORCE
FOR LOCAL REYIYAL
stalled In the Cathollo Stnndard and Times
Building, 610 South Washington squaw.
This week's Issue of 12 pages Is the first
produced from tho new equipment Tills
Will Add Workers to Party.
Music and Words of Pop
press is mo ursi or its Kino to be in
stalled in any Philadelphia publishing
jT T V
OHDRCH NOW SCENE
OF REAL PENTECOST
i i- i i. ' --
In Old Church of the Ad
vent Dr. E. M. Frank
Does Most Unique Work
!A little Pehtccost, repented weekly, may
bo witnessed In the quaint edifice of the
Church of the Athcnt, 5th nnd Buiton
nood streets. In this old, weather-beaten
building, where- Phillips Crooks once
preached scrmlns, that helped to make
him famous, to some of iho select fami
lies of Philadelphia, tho Hev E M.
Frank, the rector, Is doing work that Is
more unuiue than may be found In Phila
delphia, nnd possibly In tho country.
Tho old church Is endowed, but with
tho changing neighborhood, It was In
even a more unfortunate position than If
It had been without money, a few years
ngo. It was nlmost without members
Old families had mocd Into tho suburbs
with the growth of congestion lu tho
ohco fushlonablo section north of frank
lin Square, and the hotiecs that onco
sercd ns comfortable homes were In
Jnanv cases turned Into lodging and tene
ment buildings, occupied largely by lm
ndgrnnts, who spoke ninny tongues. To
udd to the inlsfoitunrs of tho parish, the
"red-light" bcctlon, which flourished
previous to Major Ulankenbuig's admin
istration, crowded upon It, and this drove
still moro of the old families away.
But tho parish was fortunate In ono
respect: It had a rector with n vision
Doctor Frank Is not one of tho kind of
clergymen who finds lelsuro a pleasure.
Ho Is happiest when ho Is doing some
deftnlto work among tho unfortunates
nnd, because of tills, ho has never soon a
day when ho has felt tlmo u burden
when It was difficult to find something to
do. When ho found practically no parish
to minister to ho Btnrted out to build up
ono around him. Out nmong tho friend
less men and women who crowded tho
tenements and talked In a dozen tongues
ho reached for bouIs
Being fortunnto enough to bo ablo to
speak sovoral of tho languages and ener
getic enough to learn to spck those ho
did not know well, Doctor Frank found
It easy to Interest the now arrivals In
America. They were, like all newcomers,
anxious to maka friends among English
speaking pcoplo Doctor lYnnk, being
possessed with nn affable disposition and
dosirous of holplng theso people, soon
had them all at his door. Marvelous re
sults for tho good of tho neighborhood
havo been the result. To a visitor thero
could bo no moro Interesting plnco on a
Sunday than Doctor 'Frank's son Ices In
tho Church of the Advent.
At 8.30 o'clock In tho morning a Mass
Is sung In Servian; at 10 o'clock, and last
ing until 12, thero Is a regular Eplscopnl
Bervlco, with a sermon In Polish, nnd at
2 o'clock In tho afternoon thcio Is a Mass
In tho vernacular of tho Armenians
When Doctor Frank cannot get native
speaking priests to olllciato at tho serv
ices ho does sty himself, having become
fluent In many of the foreign languages
of southern Europe during several cars
ho resided abroad.
Ho boliovcs a mistake Is made In trying
to thrust upon Immigrants the language
nnd customs of this country which' are
entirely unsulted to their experience. Far
more good can bo done among them, he
believes, by permitting them to do their
good work In their usual way and gradu
ally become acquainted with the Ameri
The progress of tho work dono Is Bhown
by the erection of a new church nt 6th
and Spring Garden streets by the qongre
gatlon of 8t Michael's Itusslan Orthodox
Greek Catholic Church Only a handful
of members began to worship in Jhe
Church of tho Advent when Doctor Frank
told them they could hold the Itusslan
Orthodox Grcok Catholic services there.
But their "rector, the Hev J. T. Kroh
malncy, soon added to the congregation,
nnd the probabilities are that thero will
bo a big edifice at 6th and Spring Garden
streets to replace the present structure
before many j ears have passed.
THE REV. DR. C. E.
WEST HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH IS 50 YEARS QLD
Vfeek of Special Services Begins Sil
ver Jubijee Tomorrow,
We$t Hope Presbyterian Church, Pros
ton and Aqpen streets, will begin a
ek'a celebration of Its semicentennial
tornorrow. Tbe pastpr of the church, the
Rev. Or CharUs E Bronson, tod hlli
assistant, the ftev. .Charles I( Whltakor,
have made elaborate plans for the ob
servance. It wll ipotlnue through Sun
day, December lft'pn gtiioh. ay the Bv
Dv vyiMaw It.jafsrts, staled clerk of,
JWj a hjatorUJU "srmiSo.
fSbf precram wlU busla jvith the par
talOns o JBoto' CamJpunloji tomorrow
taernjBJT at U,"-o'eiafc, and ftp. addresa
In the evantilC- ev Dr. W. 11.
MeCauchSc. 0n Utmday tha Woman's
Aid Saclty-m give a social, to which
all the woeojwv of th ebureb nave twaji
invited. Tuoevday nlsrht to to be "NalKb
bochood Nijjt," aud tVartnesylnj' night
there wUl be a ipdal setvtca for the
Dootpr BfoBsn baa tma jwutor of th
church (or 14 years- During bis jkistuttite
he has eUd 11 mmbe, tm f whom
wr reaeived oo vrofesshm of faith.
C be mubm4 cbarve of tha Lhurch
It bM MMatrtfaiUad HiM far dou
eusef, ed M am Urn ot debt. Uuinm
tb W ;&nt the obuxcb bus tuu nrviug
tbt otlon of Wet PbUatOeljbia, u ku
trUut4 M14 tor it own wo,
WNMveles. miMoatry aad other uur-
fjc Jfrtcnblp $ntfj
What constitutes n man?
To whom would jou point when
choosing a model for jour son tp fol
low' Certainly you would want him to
cmulato In his lfo such energy, am
bition nnd nctlvlty In others ns would
ussurc him a comfortnblo livelihood.
But no matter how successful n man
may have been, or now Is, In obtaining
the goods of this world, you would not
nsk jour boy to- tako him ns nn ex
ample If ho were not a good man
Tho world recognizes n man moro
for what he is nnd does than for what
ho has (
Tho fine thing about doing good and
living good Is that we nro suro to bo
happiest when wo see our brothers cn
Jojlng tho frult3 of our own good
After tho $50,000 fund had been col
lected for tho Hoy Scout work In Phila
delphia, Dr. Charles D Hart, tho ex
ecutive chairman, declared
"Wo have enjojed the work so much
you'll never get us out of the Boy
Scout activities unless you throw us
out or wo nro no longer allo. Although
I am not a sentimentalist, I am certain
that, after all, tho greatest happiness
that comes to" us wo receive when wo
are conscious that wo are doing soma
kindly service and are helping a good
Above evorj thing else, every father
wants his boy to be happy when he
grows to manhood.
Granting that this Is truo, there Is
but ono kind of a man to point out to
him as an example ,, Only a good man,
who lives a life of service to his fel
lows, can then bo your choice.
No person whom a father would pass
by when hunting a model for his sgn
Is deserving or being called a 'rnan.
Fortunatclj'. wo can ba happy In tho
knowledge that there are plenty of
good men whose lives are constantly
scattering Bunshlne about them every
where. ' PHILLIPS.
GOV-. HANLY'S BIG
DUE HERE FRIDAY
Prominent Men to Wage
War on John Barleycorn in
Every Section of City and
Flans have been completed for the
campaign In this city against John Bar
leycorn by the FJylng Squadron o( Amer
ica, which Is to begin next Friday and
continue through Bunday. This squadron
of prominent men, headed by ex-Oov-ernor
J, Frank Hanly, of Indiana, has
been vlaltlnK cities In all parts of the
country with a. view to furthering- sen
timent aealnst the manufacture an4 sale
o( Intoxloants, In the hope of lending
much aid to tho various religious and
social agencies that are endeavoring to
maka America dry by 1920,
Prominent local men have taken part
In the arrangements of tho local meet
ings, which are Intended to cover every
section of Philadelphia. The members of
the squadron will be divided into earns
and will skirmish In the different centres
that have been arranged.
Ernest M, Vail Is the chairman of the
local committee, and the secretary and
treasurer is tbja Hev. Charles Y, Green.
Meetings planned for speakers of the
squadron have been announced as fol
lows. tttlDAT. S.P.Sfc.Bapttlsh 1UU Hall. Broad
, JJoeuw "wnoifliM at. Cbirlu m nhM.
A PoJins: -..-- raa.r.
UltOAX 3 D. m.. BOOtUih Tllla trti
S.tTBfil:.!hvRrt,fltr'HLllffi ?. iak-
Ill,,, M. . Mfc
tbnni-iL Fort. Jr
UBgjarja Jta Jtuti ttwfifiTt
4 ? & 1 owyw N. S-
It f "W i IPHi J&sIILa OirsL
dmSmk wK fefe SSrJS&
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v "w"i -. vnituA
!.: WHge HMle Wsteut
1i!?tjt".j f$iirfwml(ki a&
BU RSft f"jLferol.
"BOB" GAILEY, PRINCETON
FOOTBALL STAR, TO SPEAK
Helping local Y. ST. C. A. In Cam
paign for Japanese Work.
In tho Interests of Its work In Osaka,
Japan, the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation of this city Is conducting a scries
of meetings in the different association
branches throughout tho city, with "Bob"
Galloy. tho former Princeton footDall
stnr, nnd other prominent mission work
era as speakers. Tho meetings have been
In progress since December 1.
Doctor Galley will speak In tho West
Branch tomorrow morning at 10:45 o'clock
and at the same place tomorrow after
noon at 4 o'clock. George Harvey will
be at the North Branch nt 9 a. m., and
nt the 10 15 meeting In the West Branch
He will also speak nt tho latter place
nt 6 15 and 9 pm.
C V. Hlbbnrd will speak at tho Central
Branch at 4 p. in., nt the North Branch
nt G 15 and 7 p. m
Tho local Y. M. C. A. Is paying for the
association work nt Osaka, Japan. Under
tho direction of George Glcneon, the sec
retary, who was sent to Japan by tho
association 12 jenrs ago, the Institution
now has 000 membors nnd -000 men are
enrolled In Its Bible classes.
Archbishop to Officiate at Exercises
nt Site for New Carmelite Chapel.
Archbishop Prendergast will officiate at
the cornerstone laying exercises for tho
new Carmelite chapel, GGth nvonue and
Old York road, tomorrow afternoon The
ltev. Dr. William J. Garrlgan, diocesan
director of tho Society for the Propaga
tion of the Faith, will preach the ser
mon. In the construction of tho chapel a tra
ditional type of architecture, with dis
tinctly ecclesiastical associations, will be
used. The building will be unique In this
vicinity. Its stylo Is the Italian Byzan
tine, which lends Itself well to a pic
turesque result In the setting along beau
tiful Old York road.
TURKEY IN THE WAR
Attitude of Sultan's Country to Ba
Discussed nt Ministers' Sleeting.
The war in Turkey has caused much
annoyanco to church people recently, and
there has been several times Indications
that the Sultan's country was about to
enter Into a. bloody holy war.
Because of the great interest In the
conditions the Congregational clergymen
of the city, whose church Is greatly in
terested in Turkish affairs because of Its
many missionary Interests, have arranged
for an address by Dr. J S. Matteoslan,
an Armenian, who Is thoroughly familiar
with the affairs In the East, at the Mon
day meeting of the Congregational Min
isters' Meeting In the Hotel Windsor.
"Is Turkey Waging a Holy War;" will
be his topic.
TO INSTALL PASTOR
The Bev, Walter IT. Bandies to Be
Officially But In Charge of Work.
The ltev, Walter M Handles, who came
to this city from Bdwardsvllle, Fa., some
time ago to become pastor of the Ken
sington Congregational Church, will be
installed in that position at the church,
O street and Indiana avenue, on Thurs
day, December 10.
Among the clergymen to participate In
the exercises will be Uie Revs. David
Leyshon, James A. Lumley, A. K, Itleker,
Dr. Edwin W. Illce, H. W, Myers, Jr.,
Moseley . Williams and William H.
Medlar. Mr. RIoker, who Is State super
intendent, will preach, the sermon.
TO HELP RED CROSS
Drexel Blddle Entertainers Will dive
Show Priday Night.
Elaborate plans are being made by the
Drexel Blddle Entertainers, with the co
operation of the Ps-eket Club of the pid
dle Bible Classes,' for a minstrel show to
be given in Apollo, Hull JT3 North Broad
street, on Friday night The proceeds
are to go to help the work of the Amer
ican Red Cross Sooiefy. H. Krederiek
Wilson will be the Interlocutor, and a
large orchestra, under tha direction of
Raymond K. MoJIennamln, will play
The Mutual Help Bureau of the Blddle
classes U laekiag a, spesla effort at this
time to obtain position for tho unem
pioyed of tbe orgtinisatteR.
ASKS AID 70B HIS6I0N
An appeal for contrtbuUotM to the work
of the Seamen's Church Institute has ibeso
mails by Bishop XblnsUader, la lvhieh
tut sails attention to the oo4 work lbs
mUsastj is dolo The lusututton Is fMlag
a da of about tlttte, wbteb ti ts boral
tbo ysogis f U dlees of Jftiuuylvaua
will help to wipe vit M wM w to SisfcU
lb mm .
f mWZi mm Wmm I
a l lit fi ii - fciiSJ l!
BELL WILL RING IN
MEMORY OF GIRL
KILLED IN ACCIDENT
Bible and Window Also to
Be Dedicated to Miss Har
riet Lappin in Northeast
M. E. Church.
MISS HARRIET LAPPIN
Popular young church worker, in
whose memory a bell, window and
Bible will be dedicated. She was
killed in an accident
A memorial window, a memorial Bible
for tho pulpit and a memorial bell will be
dedicated a week from tomorrow at the
East Montgomery Avenue Methodist Epis
copal Church In honcr of the late Miss
Harriet Lappin, 21 years old, 1518 East
Montgomery avenue, a young teacher In
the Bunday school and active worker in
the church affairs, who was killed In a
railroad accident at Glassboro, N. J,, last
Miss Lappin, with her cousins, Harry
and Harriet Homan, aged 13 and 11, re-
Ispectlyely, were Killed Instantly when
ineir carnage was sirucK uy an eicctrio
train en route to Atlantic City,
The memorial bell, which weighs 10S5
pounds, is the gift of the parents of the
young woman. The memorial Bible Is
the gift ot the Qamma Delta, a club for
girls of whloh Miss Lappin was the or
ganizer and president, and tbe memorial
window, made of cathedral glass of varie
gated hyes, suitably inscribed, la the ap
preciation of the, Sunday school (lass
Miss Lappin taught
The dedicatory services will be con
ducted in tbe afternoon by the Rev. Alex
ander H. Leo, pastor of the church, and
the Rev. Dr. "rank P, Parkin, superin
tendent of the central district of the
Methodist Episcopal Church of the Phila
delphia Conference. A special ritualistic
service for the dedication of memorial
bell will be used. In the night service
Doctor Parkin will preach a dedicatory
sermon and special muslo has been ar
ranged in appreciation of Miss Lappin,
who had unusual musical talent
Miss Lappin, upon her graduation from
the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music,
won the gold medal prize and gave a re
cital whloh attracted wide interest in the
musical circles of the city,
She was organist In the Sunday school
and church, teaeher of a Bible class and
chief torch bearer in the Penn Treaty
Camptlre Girls, In addition to the numer
ous other omeial positions she occupied
In tbe social and religious activities of
Doctor Leo spoke of her today as "one
of those young women whose talents and
activities were so many as to be indescrib
able. She was a girl whose life simply 1
raaiaiea musjaa at ail times. '
It is aaUelpated that both services to
morrow will be orowded with tbe Meads
and associates of tbe young woman, in
aadlUea to tbe representatives of many
Btusloal orgaJttsatioss throughout tbe city.
SOnOOlS A1HB OOIXB9BS
Private Lttuiis & 23 ""SSSt
$1000 GIFT STARTS FRESH
AIR "ENDOWMENT FUND"
Good Work of St. Luke and Epiphany
The Rev. David M. Steele, rector of the
Episcopal Church of St. Luke -and the
Eplphanj', Is rejoicing ocr a contribution
of J1000 toward nn "endowment for the
Trcsh Air Fund" of his parish Tho
nnmo of the donor is not announced, but
that the exumplc has made an appcul to
other persons who realize something of
the good work dono each summer by the
Tresh Air Fund has had good effect Is
made certain by another gift received
soon after the J100O for $100.
Blblo Sunday will be obrmed In the Homo
of Prayer, Branchtown tomorrow In the oe
nlng tho special prxacher will bo the lle. .Jr.
V It Tumor, paator of at. 1'aul a Church,
Otorbrook. The ltev. II O. (). Vincent, roctor
of tho church, will preach in the morning-
Tho Rni William Mulr Auld. pastor of Cil
ary rreshyterlan Church, Kith and Locust
Mrtf.te, will prcncli tomorrow morning on Jit -Jond
OuraeUea" and In tho oventng on tho
theme, "Ixisa and Gain." Tho aerWcea are
open to tho public and atydents.
Silas Alice E Traub, n nurao in the Hoy
Memorial Hospital, Ywhon City China, will
eller an address at 10 10 tomorrow murnlns
in Uraco Reformed Church. Uth and Hunting
don atreetB, the Hev. Urban r. Outellua, pan
tor. "Church Courlcay and Hospitality' will
re tho pastor's thomo In tho eenlne Prof.
Hoy uodgers, the newly-appointed organist nnd
rtorlater, will preaido ut the organ and hno
chareo of the choir at both the morning and
een!ns sen Ices.
Tho Odd Fellows' Junior Christian Endeavor
Pociety will hold an Interesting meetlne tomor
row morning nt 1(1 .10 o clock in tho auditorium
of the Homo, Cheiten and Ogontz menues, Ucr
mantuwn. Mister" George, the Instructor,
will che the last object lesson for 11)11. The
public will bo welcome.
Tho ney. (leorge Chalmers Richmond will to.
rnorow night beln a now aeries of sermons in
aLJoh.n" Protestant Hptscopal Church on
The Economic Christ, or. Canltalism ami
thrlstlanitj In the morning llr. Richmond
will (reach on
4uu j'ropnei a I
Prophet's Claim on Ciod '
Tho He Dr James IJ. Ely will preach nt
tne Lemon Hill Aaaoclatlon's nonsectarlan
meetlne In the Oarrlck Thcatro tomorrow
V..8.. lJ" 'Satan's llanquet " bolectlons by the
I'hlladclphli Cornet yuartet will be a apcctal
fJiur? "'.'ho aervlces, which are to begin at
7 30 o cloclt.
...T1"1. American .Rescue- Workers, 147 North
,1r"t,' J,'! fc1".'! ,nS " 'ollow their usual
ustom or distributing- londy. trult ami tois.
2"i iw.eU .1" -H"lr lel 'hat will help to
"t,1.?!"0" l5 Chrlstmastlile for the unfortunate
children of the poor, and hae made an appeal
for contributions. Major H S. Hnutz (s in
chjrife of the work at the headquarters and
will receive the gifts
"What Men Live ny" will be the subject dis
cussed In tho morning tomorrow at the Ilrat
Unitarian Churcli by tho minister, tho ltev.
C. V. St. John
pwl?, n,V Pr: J.ohn T- Re, pastor 01 the
Fourth rresbyterian Church, win preach to.
morrow mornlnc on 'The Open Window" and
J? .,hS.. JSl?.. on "' Your House Out of
Sr5rI. '""v bunday gospel himns will be
sung at the popular evening service.
The ltev. A Asher Heas, who was a drum
m.ib?yt,nt. Antletam. win address the Socond
1Jai"l,tu,u.,P'n?-,",n' Cla" tomorrow morning
and John C. Bayre's quartet will sing.
Henri Scott baaso soloist, will sing at an
elaborate musical eenlce In the Church ot thS
IarVl0ii!;,3hTrnce,t al,ovo Chestnut the ltev"
Vr Itobort Johnston, pastor, tomorrow o-
srani. Wa"llt t1' ,n charge of tho pro-
ilMf" Than ConiH8'0"1" o be the sub.
J1v ' rinon to bo preached in the Olen-
hi'?i.F0!JfrfrH,te chu"h by thn8paVtor.
the lie. W jr. Medlar, tomorrow momfng. In
the evening there will be an address by Michael
The ltev. E. K B-ans, of the dlrard Atnua
Unitarian Church, will apeak tomorrow norn!
Ing an rha Ileal bources of a Ilellglous Ite
V"1 . Prof- ,J- cr Ush. of the Unlver.
supper iTilm " "' WOke ttt ,ha Men'' Club
The cantata, "The Story of Christmas." will
be a feature of special musical sen Ices to bo
riven at 7 15 tomorrow evening in St Iul,s
Preahyterlan Church MThe pastor, the ltev UV
J. lJeveredge tee will preach at the morning
and evening services.
The ltev. 8
C. Gamble, pastor of the Pint
.y!,eoL Presbyterian Church, will preach on
"The Dying Thief" at the morning service to
morrow. In the evening bis subject is to be
"A Young King's Choice,"
The display which probably sur
passes that of any previous
THE NEWEST and
Choae and Attractive HoH
Jay CarJt and Calendars
Bead us a ard or pfcesa pjj.
bert ttfi that we mty d you
our hoJday catalogue.
PrwbytenaB Bk Stere
jMoiper. SaMom sod Walnsi
ular Song Work of Phila
delphians. Realizing that the task beforo him In
Philadelphia is far greater than in any
city where he has previously conducted
campaigns, "Billy" Sunday Is planning to
odd several strong men nnd women ns
extra workers with his party to assure
a great success for tho relval. Thero
nro moro than a dozen active members
of tho Sunday party, and tho fact that
tho extra force is to be engaged whtlo
tho evangelist Is hero is encouraging to
thoso who nro Interested In tho move
ment Another Interesting thing thnt has not
been previously announced regarding the
plans for tho coming campaign Is the fact
that one of the songs that will bo used
probably moro than nny other during tho
big meetings In tho tabernacle on Lon-an
Square Is tho work of a local musician
nnd author. Tho song is "If Your Heart
Keeps Right " Tho music to which It Is
sung wns written by D. It. Acklcy, n Phil
adelphia, who Is now pianist with tho
Sunday party, nnd tho uords were writ
ten by Mrs Llzzlo Do Armond, n Swnrth
moro woman. "Brighton tho Corner
Whcro You Aro" will also bo one of the
lending revival hjmns during the cam
paign. Tho work In preparation for the cam
paign Is advancing rapidly, and tho Hev.
E II. Emett, Mr. Sunday's nsslatant, and
tho leaders In tho movement, aro work
ing day and night to assure Its success.
The Hev. George Q. Dowey, chairman
of tho Men's Blblo Class Committee and
secretary of the Philadelphia County Sab
bath School Association, Is lgorously ad
anclng tho movement nnd has added 15,
COO men to Bible classes In all parts ot
tho city slnco tho campaign began a
month ago. This makes a total of moro
than 30.000 men in tho men's classes of
uiu city, so tnat thero seems every prob
ability that tho 50,000 ho started out to
obtain tho first part of Ocobcr will be
certain before Mr. Sunday gets here. In
many churches tho ICO men asked for nre
In tho classes, nnd tho members of the
classes aro out for 200 There has never
been uch nctlvlty among tho mon of the
churches ns thero Is today.
Mr. DOUeV'n flMinrillln nf mAtlHM.
- - .---. ,.iuiisa Am
UlO coming weeks follows
r.hli-Jay,,n0,'!0 " ra" Mount Airy Frcsbytcrlan
woji".0.? ". fi ' St Ja,r.e!' Methodist Epls.
S?p. i.., n'i22u..P m Krio Avenue Metho
S'n ?'?'" 3 '?. ,m V Messiah Lutheran,
n , "j """"-meoting In Loxnn Theatre. 7 45
P m . Prnnkford Avenuo Baptist Church.
nant?.la,j,. JiSg(llln,.,l, Cnurh. Philadelphia
naptlst Sunday School Superintendents' Asso
ciation, also a men's mass-meetlnc In Oeth
"Tnue0 """' Church' "Hi and Columbia
T.?!He" '.".''v arac. ''"absterian Church and St
Paul u Itcformcd Episcopal Church .
V. eilnesdn , union meeting of churches. DU3
tleton and Uclnlt.
Thursday, Central North Broad Presbyterian
and tho Phlladtlphla Methodist Uplacopat
Supcrlntendenta' Aaaoclntlon In the Wlssa.
hlckon Methodist Episcopal Church
rnday, December 11, Princeton Presbyterian
A. V. Boner, a Scranton attorney nnd
enthusiastic "Billy" Sunday supporter,
will speak nt three places In Philadel
phia tomorrow to help the Men's Bible
Cluss Movement of tho Sunday cam
paign. At 10 30 a. m he will bo in tho
Tioga Presbyteriun Church, at 4 p. m.
at a men's mass-meeting In the Falrhlll
Methodist Episcopal Church and at 8 p.
m. In Chambers-Wylle Memorial Presby
CIlhSTNUT HTltUET 1IAPTIST CHUItClI
Cliesmut st. wist of 40th.
OEOlldE D ADAMS. D. D., Tastor.
0 15 Brotlierhood of A. and P.
10 10 a. m Worship and facrmon, "The Of
fenses of the Cross '
1L' o'clock Communion Sen Ice.
2 1 p. m.-Ulblo School and Men's Bible
7 45 p. m. Musical Service.
CIAUL'S liOLY CITY.
Soprano. Mrs Frederick C. Xcwbourg; con
tralto, Mary Newklrk, tenor, Frederlo C.
j:rdmann, luiss, Horaco R Hood, assisted by
soprano, Mary Barrett, contralto, Sophie
Jlelsch. Organist and leader. Bay Daniels
8KCOND BAPTIST IIELI'INO HAND CLAS3
meets J 30, 1th below Qlrard ae Iter. A.
Asher Hess, "The Drummer Boy of Antle
tarn " Tho quintet will sing Friday nlajht,
1-eo body's Meeting. ltev. W. C Phillips,
speaker lonlKht at dailies Mission, ltev
c Shaw, Pastor of the Allegheny Avenue
Baptist Church, "111 preach Mrs, Arne and
Mrs Kinkier, soloists. Bethany Anchorage,
.10(! N. Uth st . Tuesday, Thursday and Sua
day nights William J. McKee. president
Drexel Diddle Bible Classes
DltEXEL DIDDLE BIBLE CLASSES
Come to Minstrel show by Drexel Blddle
lntcrtalners and Backet Club, Apollo Hall,
1720 N. Broad st , Friday, December 11,
h 15 o'clock. Benefit lied Cross. Tickets,
DK ALOEHINON 8. CKAPSEY will speak on
"The Spiritual Destiny of Man," Broad
Street Theatre, Sunday 11 a. m , and on
"From Priest to People" at Ktnleal Society
House, Spruce and Juniper sts at 8 p. 10.
Publl 0 welcome
FBANKL1N HOME FOH THE nBFOHMA
TION OF INTSBHIATJES. 011-13 Leoust st
bundays, 8 p. m Sons service coadiKte4 by
ltev W. C. Alexander Chas. K. albbs, supt.
IVemon Hill Association
A LL WHLCOM ALL
TABERNACLE, Wth and Sprupa Wm. J. Mil
ler. Jr., 10.. 7 45. IS. H.. 20 p. m.
TEMPLE. BSd aa4 Rae-Bav. A. PobUaan;
M u , ID W . m i w ana t.ie.
7 4s Sannoa by Minister.
Every MMBbsr Caiatritt Service. tUeep-
OUBsMjT aJgW WWsUHt ftTlC
- m j L A1 . . A.T.
1 41 'THE WOEsrT POVsW
THTKtEKNTR vnuacT.UTfi wmj&t ' WHS
BEV. SAMUEL W. PURVIS, S-tX. FAWrOH
Kew JseiiMlnja 4.i,Vsni)WfHa
tthe citr tWTm&t: the vminwt
O&ElstEXVBa' Is ttsj subjt or tlw stetaMi
Sunday Bi.iriiHisj by U Paster tlM Ksr
CnarlM Hy at the Coir h or th
eh saa ciwi.ut u &nr
o' cLati 8io4i SU
KJ1 .t m. il
THE AllClt ST. PltESBTTEItlAK CHURCH
18th and Arch streets.
10.45-"Tho Christian Doctrine of Man."
8 00 "When the Stars Go Out."
The tlcv. CtAttRNCS KDWA11D MACAIIT
NDY will preach, ft
Tiin foutith ptinaurTEniAri ' ciiimcit
a 4Ttt' st and Klns;seailnr ave.
Jllniater, tie Hev, JOHN T KBIBVn, D. D.
Id 51 a m. "The Open Window."
T. p m ' 'Is You r House In Order T"
attntiN ltiLb ciiuncn
oirnrd np. nbne inih
11CV KDWAHD WA1UIENV Preacher,
Consresatlnnal Keeling to be held on Monday
evening, uccemoer n, oocioca
iiopd pitKsuiTEitiAN cuuncir.
aid and Wharton sla
Minister, rtev. J OKAY BOtTOV. T. V.
Hev. WILLIAM TAYLOn CALDWELL, As
sistant 10 is a. m ltev Caldnetl will preach.
T 45 p. m.-Dr. Bolton, "The Spirit ef
SCOT1 CllUltCIl Broad at 7bciowXtorris U
D RTUAIIT MOOItB. D. D., Minister.
10 to-"A Grent Vork."
4 Aildreaa ltev T T Mutrhler
SI. PAUL PRE8BYTEHIAN Cllt'UCII
corner Jlaltlmnre ar. and COth st
Jlev J BEVEIIinoiJ LEE p. D . Mlalster.
JO 45 a m Public worship Sermon by
-' 30 i m -Ornded Blblo School.
7 15 p in Evening worship. Special musical
aervlrc Jlarn and organ prelude, "Iteve An
gellque ' (flubensteln), and "Andante tlellg
loeo'1 (Goflpfrnld) Offertory, "In My Father's
Hounc" (Matthewa). Cantata. "The Story of
Christmas" (H. Alexander Matthews) Post
lude, "l'aoan" (Mntthews) Solo quartet and
augmented choir Dorothy Johnstone Bastler,
harpist, Mny Porter, organist and director.
ah sens rreo at an services
TAllLHNACLE i'HESDYTBUIAN CHUBC'liT
Ciiestnut nnd .'17th. The Minister, ltev.
JOHN ALLAN BLAtrt. D. D., -will presch.
It a. m "Not Far Trom the Kingdom."
S p m "The Treasure) and the Thief."
Come and worship with us.
ork and Coral sts
IlEV BOUERT HUNTER. PASTOR, win
Breach J0 10 a. m. nnd 7:45 p. m.: 2 SO,
ahbtth School; 7. Y. P. 8 C. E.: 2.O.
BIBLE UNION IN THE CHURCH
wTiSTHidPE. cor. Preston and Aap'en sts.
Hev. Charles E BBONSON, D. D., Minister.
1 lto Charles 11. Whttnkcr, B. D., Assistant.
Sunday, December 8, 10 30 n. m , Holy Com
munion; 745 p. m., address by Bev, W.
II McCaughey, D. n
Monday afternoon. 7th. a wclal by the
Oman's Aid Society to all the women ot
the congregation. Refreshments
Tuesday Pth. 8 p. m , Nelghtborhood Night.
Greetings from tho Presbytery of FMlaiwl.
phla and eight Pastors of tho neighborhood.
Greeting from charter members.
'Wednesday, Uth, 8 p. in,. Old Members'
Night nnd Reception.
Sunday, December 18, 10.30 a m, historical
sermon and baptism of Infants: 7 45 p m.,
sermon by Rev W. II Roberts. D. t.
WOODLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
42d and Pins st."
JAMES RAMSAY SWAIN. Minister.
10 30 Communlcanta' Prayer Service.
11 00 communion Service. Short Sermon.
"THE WEALTH Or A CHRISTIAN '
2 4 Bible School New echolara Invited.
8 00 ts orshlp Sermon "JOHN KNOX AND
THE REVIVAL IN BCOTLAND," sixth la
aeries on "The Great Revhals of History."
If jou aro looking for a Church Home,
"Como thou and all thy house."
CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES
21st and Christian streets.
Rev. OEOROE HERBERT TOOP, Rector
Holy Communion, 0 a. m. Holy Communion
and Sermon, 10 30 a. m. Evening Berries
nnd Sermon. 7 30 p. m
At Evening Service tho Choir will render
"The Nativity," by Alnnso Stone, assisted
by Florence Adele Wlghtman, Harpist, and
Hazel Harlman. Violinist.
PARISH OF ST. LUKE AND
..... . . THE EriPHANT
11th strut below Spruce
Rev. DAVID M STEELE. Rector.
8am Holy Communion.
10 a. m Sunday School
11 h tn Holy Communion and 8ermort
4 p ra Eenlng praer, anthem and. ad.
dress Organ, harp and 'cello prelude. In
terlude and postlude
Tenor Solo Dr Howell S. Zullck.
The Hector will preach at both services.
17th and Summer streets.
8am Holy Communion.
11 a, m. Holy Communion and Sermon.
2 45 p. m Sunday School.
H p. ni Erning prayer and addreaa,
Hev. 1RV1NQ A. McQREW will preaeh.
ST. aEORCJE'B, filet and Haiel a.e. IlsT. O.
La Pla Smith. 7 10 10 30 and 7 w
ST JOHN'S. Brown below 3d. Dr Rich-
mona preacnes iu,jv unu ,... ,- .--nlng
he begins a special series of sermoni
on "The Economic Christ; or. Capitalism
nnd PhrtiHunltv "
tie MARK'S CHURCH ... . ..,. ...
16th and Locusts sts.
The Rev ELLIOJu,K,AT' n,ctor'
7 and 8-Holy Cummunlon,
10 50 Matins. , ,
11 00 Choral Eucharist. ..,
4 OO Choral Evensong, with short aaeress
snd anthem, followed by organ recital.
Tha Rev. McVeigh HarrUon, Order of the
Holy Cross, will be the preacher on Sunday,
at U a. w SERVICES
T. 7 45 and U a m and S p. m
ST STEPHEN'S CHURClf
Hev cRL E anAVMMl. B T. D . IWetor.
SSd. MnletsT U a? is I. Holy ggg-W
and Sermon; p. pi-, Evening Prayer ana
in thlanernoon the necaor fMji
course of lectures on "The Oospel Benlaa
n-1". l'ili nreach at both services.
Ti!B-HOUSE OF PRAYER, nranchtewn.
d.h.i... n 0,1 a, m . 7 SO II IB.
Socialist Xlterary 8oclety
DOCTOR WOODS HUCHINSON. lecturer JKl
".. " -!- urlis, ir1l -rkM-W All ' Alcd-
uTlrUtmVn. of Crltna"t &X5 St. -trs,
Sundai, 3 p. ro, Muslo by Van Deo
Beetnt String Quartet. Admission Ires.
j--i..n.k.ieT an. narmin anrl Kntllilh
ADVANCED SOCIUrrY. 2l5a N Brosd-Bun
day, 7 45 P m.. Spirit messages by Mrs.
I.UIUIUHt w-...y-.. .- w---
Jt,ll.:rtUn' &srrw nvrrv sl flrnsn
8SE NBW JERUSALEM-
ttoilTABIAN. 2U Chestnut st- Ret
fl-r JOHN, Minuter 10 a iu..
W"Betart. U .. , . ,th. Mjalster wtu
llltin. BIluUrlSH IU sa xaa.- .
Wer. F A. Tagllalatela will preaeh in
I14M - -v a -
M4J-"WaItlBjr for .Sui
Chas Rsiuel 0 oP."B'
-w . T 1 Sm,
Bducatlng Watpee '
WrtaT SM ana tM-ster 8. C OAJiSCE.
Mintatej . "Tx DyU TbHf ' S, A
Youog King's Choice.'
5mRiusSQUARB y p cHUBCii
Hancjf ft axa Susquehaana eve
RV. LSI I m mrm. r sun
2)"a a7 . 'The Floodgates ot Power."
Raima Ifi or cBinrsa uav iu
MB Sa stath.
a. "PxMaaolty of Sin '
17th st. JOHN
Young M4' Cliriatlaa Anoflsiitlsa
L ts vSISUk Spacial tocsj saj
fun sx m v- v.
wSTm. JsW8at "
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