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llgURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL 'DENOMINATIONS
EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915.
ifOF WORK AND ,
Honey, but rich in
tXft 17uoh4 Cft J-k V - JJ
m Won num -"
gfe Ihrough Diiiy
Inday's Influence Tells
Bfoty of Moral Uplift.
IL JOHN R. ROBINSON
: rJaiior Salesman Converted by
pvrf "'"Sjiiny" Sunday.
(!,.. muoh of n story to tell, except
T&vtn """. .. i0i.i. nf n. church
l4r mors than 12 years when the
lmlc,..m T nm 27 years old! have
ISacWlly an orphan since I was
.'ffT( had to earn my own living
I-jJr team driver, expressman and
H ileman. Theso aro a few of the
130 ere 4 -1 4 Inrtft mawa 1 4las
Ski Save neia. j- " "" j""
irJJa imuor. but then liquor paid mo
Si OiouBht fairly Rood wages. I was
stated by the Boumern uisunery uom
P"' i Mirfnlk. Vil. for mora than
IcUears. I made, drank and sold
SOI1" ... .. ,,,f hnntrf.it
bafl 10" UIO WUHVVUl, Wfc u.l. kill.. K&M.
T. it ! n rtvrr. Thnv Hfillt mn nn
am ol 0 a wook t0 R t0 work for
Saj the offer down. That may sound
ait wllen I naed mony B0 badly, but
j K the Qoepel truth. Never again for
1' . .... . .v.- J J
gill i mUSUl L 1U1I.UI. uio bwwu WUIUi
njlJiAra tor mo to realize now it came.
E, t have said, I hod not darkened a
fccixh door for many years; I was ovon
fAjruSulcea agams i-iiuiuii fuuinu, unu
Eg the unexpected happened. Last
(VUUDaS l iook my unue-yeiir-uiu son,
ttomona', to a little Christmas trco cele
,itlon. It was a church affair. It took
Ipotot to get mo there, but who can
Mui the appeal of a child. Finally I
HtoL I also took my wife. Something
flu the saintly atmosph'ero mado mo f eol
Kapler than I had felt In many a day.
Ef little" boy Is extremely bright; ho Is
itijs anxious to mutate me; suuuemy
tiiissn of a bad example Hashed be
st, W eyes ana i. ueciaeu to menu my
IW" . . . ...
U tignt ot my young son, with his
ijll curls and youthful smile, brought
laiil to my eyes He certainly helped
o to itart on tho road to a Christian
ft. "Billy" Sunday did the rest.
Hire you ever heard him? No doubt
jtihite. Well, It nil happened when ho
rti.jreachlng the sermon about tho
teal Leper." I can't tell just how
bMt me. He hit mo In so many
ticH at once. All his thrusts went
la. 1 came home that night, out of a
O. It Is true, but I felt that real Iiod-
rSsi was 'within my reach. My wife
ro overjoyed anu tnnt mnue me reel all
SaThappIer. The first chanco I trot I
tiled down and gripped Mr. Sunday's
Utfr That was on January 14. Since
Sffl.I have been going to church, and
feflto until my dying day.
IBellgton makes all tho difference In tho
Mid, I tell you. Even now we owe
m weeks' rent hero at 1012 Green street
ud I may be put out, but I feel I have
4a courage to fight tho battle of life.
'pine been looking for employment
for months, I havo been unsuccessful
uj 111 former years I would have at-
rapiea to arown any sorrow In drink,
ltltl I keep up my spirit and health
I jsl tomethlng will turn up sooner or
lentil a few months ago I was cm-
nm a a waiter In the Spring Haven
&f Club. 1 harl in nprvrt limine nn.1 T
I ft made up my mind that I would
stter beg or tile on the street rather
merer ao that again. I want a com
(MrdlTorce from the vile stuff. I have
'IN3 If cause tOO much nnrrnw
iWiu also employed by the Union
inater company I made good, I
H I can certainly handlo a team.
Ijphen the time came to lay oft
sa, F got "mine" because they knew
ptole a drinking man.
,lk( Southern Distillery Company paid
Wjood money, but what have I got to
yfor it. Never again. I nm so glad
Ijthised their last nfTer Tt i v.nr.1
Lffikifor a liquor salesman not to be
, Sociability In that caso means
3SSr' B'ght now, without a cent In
&0Cl.et I Cmild I?n nut ntwl trot onnnnli
J'ftto keep me drunk a week. Men
Wa'me men would not give me 10
'" iuy a morsel to eat.
iju born In Wakefield, Va., and I
g good and charming wife, with
KSa &VAV trnm .,.. n .A Hf.n1l ..
y Of that I have no fear. Work
wcone to me I hope. I can only say
iNesa "Billy" Sunday.
BXEL BIDDLE CLASSES
Bt Program to Da Carried by
K Bible Studentn.
M Wtt Jobborn, director of Field
t unuuci me cnurcn serv-
ana preach tomorrow morning and
ej"i " 's -"irsi uerormeu Church
6Kh . u J1,s morning subject Is
W ! In the evening he will Bpeak
aiv. "'u'e ignt will be observed
S?? at tna far- under the alis
5,'w.S M No- 6- of Union Tabernacle
ET7 ' Ulaa'8 will address the
rM0ftosm;il'fl "fi?? Ep'BCOiiai
IS;?,?,! wiU 8peifu t0 tne classes at
a rSj'lS JIacNe'". o' the Mu-
SHWOUrt, Will be the vlsltlne- in.nV.r
m. Sels cIass ot Holy Trinity
(ffi.i? the parish house, 217 South
1,, ". wartsch -will lead.
jrWlll lift bnni. - lin....L -nL...
ISfcTST'l 'whn delegations from
iSSm.i at Bectln and a number of
l"ttiri.. "MM w,u be Present.
4s2fFU Day will be observed hv thn
Hciurih .hardson Memorial Presbyter
fii tw,ww afternoon. J, Lewis
1U . v rlKht and Roert Qar-
P&il?I,n'1''' warden of the East
K& 6n? ?.ev Pr BP" "111
iS ?1 St. Paul's English Luther-
"m.j, turre" aiternoon,
y' to Da Held In Harris
es January SO.
W In Harrisburg on Sunday,
"1 b b n churohes of the.
My -5i iu mu vpeagers on
rL?Z-Homer W. Tope, the PhiU
6ift,? f?'ld Da'" to be held
3 on March a.
km wV-iC ,UJW ' -overnor
fl ;"soylwatt t-nufsh at i
-t u 10 years oiu, nnu navo uccn
5r lw? of n. drinker since I was IB.
s!.ri.J .toward, sailor, waiter, bar-
Nfcl' VXliJ-J'; SWfw GEORGE W. WILKINS
MRS. S. HADLEY
TO MARK 18TH YEAR
OF USEFDL WORK
Dedication of a Home for
Men Will Be Simultane
ous With Observance of
Tho Galilee Mission, S21-23 Vine Btreet.
has prepared all plans for tho celebration
of Its ISth anniversary and the dedica
tion of tho now Galileo Homo for Men,
at 1010 CallowhlU street, both of which
will be observed January 30, 31 and Feb
Tho lit. Itev. rhlllp M. Ithlnelandor,
Bishop of tho Diocese of Pennsylvania;
tho lit. Rev. Thomas L. Garland, Bishop
Suffragan, and other dignitaries of the
Protestant Episcopal Church, will offlci
nto at tho exercises. Dedicatory exercises
will be held at the new homo next Sat
urday afternoon nt 4 o'clock, when Bishop
Garland, In tho presence of a largo num
ber of mission workers, will Invoke a
blessing on the home. Tho Itev. Llew
ellyn N. Caloy, president of tho mission,
will formally open It. Mrs. E. T. Stotes
bury, Mrs. Garland, Miss Eleanor Leaf
and other prominent mission workers are
expected to bo present.
Bishop Ithlnelander will conduct serv
ices at tho Galileo Mlslon Chapel, 82W3
Vino street, Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock.
Other speakers will be tho Itev. Mr.
Caley, tho Itev. Dr. Charles C. Pierce
and Edward Bonsall, treasurer of the
mission. Music will be furnished by the
choir of St. Jude's and the Nativity.
At tho Church of the Savior, 3Sth and
Chestnut streets, an. anniversary meeting
will bo held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock,
at which the Itov. Dr. Robert Johnston,
rector, will preside. The chief speakers
will bo Smith Reynolds, Samuel N. Smeltz
and John D, Sinclair, who will address
thn mectlnc on the work accomnllshcd
by the mission. Final services will beH
neia ai mo uaiuco mission unapei rcn
ruary 3, at 8 o'clock, when Bishop Gar
land, the Rev. Dr, Floyd W. Tompkins,
tho Rev. Louis C. Washburn and Edmund
B. McCarthy will speak. Tho Christ
Church choir will sing.
Tho new home, which Is fittingly opened
at tho termination of 13 years of success,
will be used as an adjunct to the mis
sion, Its object being to furnish a homo
for worthy men. It will be under the
management of the Galileo Mission, ot
which the Rev, J. J. D. Hall Is super
intendent, and Georgo W, Wllklns Is su
perintendent of Industrial work. Mrs.
Samuel Hadloy, widow of tho Rev. Mr.
Hadley, who founded the famous Had
ley Mission, In Water street. New York,
Is the mother of the home. Mrs. Hadley,
who has labored In mission work for J5
or more years, was attracted to the Gall
lee Mission through Its similarity to the
mission 'founded by her husband. The
Galilee Home for Men, which Is valued at
about $8500, is under lease and with it goes
an option to purchase.
Sije Jflerf jS pble Class
Central toitlj of tEomorroto'tf Xe&ton
Jan. 21 International Series Judges 7; 1-23
Tha central truth of this lesson
says to Gideon, "I will try them for thee,"
Sy the simplest kind of a teat Gideon's army of 32,000 was sifted of all
the cowardly and careless until only S00 capable men remained. Those who
feared the superior numbers ot the enemy were ordered back home and
22,000 stepped out of line. Ten thousand braves were left. These were taken
to a sparkling atreani and permitted to Quench their thirst; 9700 of them
dropped careleasly upon their Jfnees. bent over the stream and drank at ease,
This simple, natural act disqualified thev and they, too, were turned lack,
The first 22,000 were cowardly; theae other S10f were careleas; they were
self-indulgent, oft flMord in a crucial moment; 300 were neither cowardly
rtor careless, but orave and vigilant; they were more intent upon the battle
than upon quenching their thirst, so they lapped up with their hands what
water they could and were soon across the stream, ready for tattle. These
300 have been Immortalized. ..,'.., ,. ,
This sifting process is always going on; God is daily trying men. It is
not a "Government Civil Service tesr He uses. A. man can be primed for
that, lut by the simple habits of routine life, by the way we meet the common
dally temptations and opportunities we are proving to the world what stuff
WS IchrTe hundred out of 32,000 in Gideon's army atood the test and, marched
to the front. Is the proportion any greater todayt How many are really
dependabUT Nine-tenths ot the world' missionary worff is done by one
Mot the churches. A preacher of a prominent church of WO members
MM? "Take 1 men out ot my church all at once and the whole thing woM
nato smash." inmost churches, it is a "Gideon 4b4" that U doinQ the
rJmn T 80 with m world. Watch this dam Uttins, of men and note
the "iOV torning eM to artat tasks end grmt aehiemments.
GALILEE HUSSION AND THREE OF ITS LOYAL WORKERS
REV. J. J. D. HALL
Gufje jFricublj) $ntlj
God's mercifulness should always
6o a cause for rejoicing among
members of Ills ohtttch.
In Jeremiah, the 19th chapter and
the 22d verse, we find this promise:
"And they shall return unto the
Lord, and He will he entreated to
them and lelll heal them."
This message should inspire tho
careless and indifferent to earnest
activity. It should make all the
backsliders rejoice and sing praises
to the King.
But more is needed to show our
reneiccd devotion to the Master
than the singing of praises.
Personal work is tho best evidence
of our sincerity. There are oppor
tunities for such work every day.
Almost every hour of any day we
have chances to bring happiness
into the lives of others through en
couraging them to lepent of their
sins and to desert evl.
If we are sincerely devout, we are
doing tht3. If we are not doing It,
we should bo encouraged to do so by
considering Ood's mercies to us and
our duties to Him.
Any people who hesitate because
they consider the work beneath
them need a revival in their own
hearts. Through Ood's mercy they
can receive It, Without it they can
not be happy.
No person is too great to do the
smallest tasks for Ood.
A poor, unknown Christian man
converted Dwight L. Moody in a
shoemaking shop where Moody was
an apprentice. Moody won multi
tudes to Christ. We cannot meas
ure the power of our smallest
Let us all be happy because Ood
lias given us so many opportunities
to serve Him, and then our churches
will have rcneived power.
The 47th anniversary of tho parish of
tho Church of the Holy Apostles will bo
observed by tho members of tho congre
gation tomorrow evening. A large choir
of male and female voices will sing. T.
Lymnn Wheeler, organist; Florence Adelo
Welghtman, harpist, and Hazel Hartman,
violinist, will render musical selections.
By GEORGE G, DOWEY
s suggested in verse 4, in which Ood
The Galilee Mission, 821-23 Vine street, one of the most useful of
its kind in the United States, will observe its 18th anniversary next
week. Simultaneous with the celebration will be the opening of the
Galilee Home for Men, to be conducted in conjunction with the
mission. Mrs. Samuel Hadley, connected with mission work for more
than 35 years, will be the "mother" of the new home. Rev. J. J. D.
Hall is superintendent of the mission and George W. Wilkins is
CHURCHES TO RAISE
VOICE IN DEMAND OF
CHILD LABOR LAI
Clergymen Will Show Ne
cessity for More Humane
State Legislation at Many
Tho churches of P u.S7lvan!a aro com
ing to tho front In the battle of progres
slvo child labor Icgldatlon In this Stnto,
and aro falling behind Governor Brum
baugh In his work for a bettor and moro
adequate child labor law in place of the
present one, which church workers, social
workers and economists consider to bo n
disgrace to tho name and dignity of the
Accordingly, Child Labor Day will bo
observed In tho churches of tho city nnd
tho Stato on a far larger scale than over
beforo tomorrow. Tho clorgymen of
Pennsylvania will raise their voice In
mighty protect against tho merciless nnd
Inhuman exploitation of children In Penn
sylvania at tomorrow's services.
For eight years the Natloial Child La
bor Commlttco has asked the clergymen
of tho country to take a hand In tho mat
ter. Tho response has been good and has
been growing in strength and volume each
year. Tomorrow's celebration will re
sound with the mightiest call yet Issued
by the church against the social vice of
The speakers nt tomorrow's services
will dwell not only upon child labor con
ditions and the necessity of child labor
reform In this State, but also upon the
national Palmor-Owon child labor bill.
Great Interest Is being manifested In this
bill, now before Congress. There Is n
widespread demand that Federal as well
as State legislation on tho matter be taken
up. The fate of the bill, said Congress
man A. Mitchell Palmer, who Is taking
chargo of the measure In the House, de
pends entirely upon how the people will
Impress tho Importanco upon their Con
gressmen. Speaking of the importance nnd signi
ficance of tomorrow's services, Paul
M. Furman, sccretnry of the Pennsylva
nia Child Labor Association, said today:
"Pennsylvania haB already adopted the
14-yoar limit for factories and tho 16
ycar limit fqr underground work In
mines, contained In the provisions of the
Palmer-Owen bill, but this Stato still
permits children under 16 to work In coal
breakers and It has not yet adopted the
S-hour day for children nor prohibited
night work to children under 16 In all
factories. In Pennsylvania children work
10 hours a day, and boys, In continuous
Industries like tho glass Industries, nro
permitted to work on tho night shift.
If tho Palmer-Owen bill becomes a law
this year these provisions, which aro not
as yet In effect In Pennsylvania, will be
come operative In this State automat
ically, and the argument put forth by
some unscrupulous employers that com
petition In other States prevents them
from Improving Pennsylvania's law will
fall to tho ground.
"The association feels that State legis
lation Is necessary to control forms of
employment that cannot be regulated by
Federal action. The nli ht messenger
service and Btreet trading, two of tho
most vicious phases of the child labor
problem In this State, come only under
the Jurisdiction of the State. Eight States
already prohibit boys under 21 to engage
In the night messenger service and 14
States have an 18-year limit, while 18
States Include various provisions for the
regulation for street trade. This State
still remains the black Bpot on the map
of humane legislation for the protection
of the health and morals of our young.
It s time that this black spot be re
moved, and we call upon the clergymen
of this State to help us In this great
work of making Pennsylvania not only
the greatest Industrial State, but also
the most humane State In the Upton."
Y. M. C. A. SERVICES
Dr. E. E. Bparka Will Address Men's
Dr. Edwin E, Sparks, president ot State
College, will be the principal speaker at
the men's meeting to be held In the
Central Y, M. C. A. tomorrow at 4 o'cloek
In the afternoon. Doctor Sparks, welt
known as a clear, forceful and dynamic
speaker, wlU address the men of the class
on general matters of life and living.
The musical program will be rendered
by Messrs, Kneedler, Dovell and Wiest.
A song service of 19 minutes will pre
cede the address,
Thomas Lawton will lead the "drop-In"
class In the lobby at 3 o'clock. There
will be a special musical program. All
who desire to attend are welcome.
GARRICK THEATRE MEETING
"Force or Freedom" Will Be Doctor
"Force or Freedom" will be the topo of
the Rev. Dr- James B. Ely's sermon at
the Lemon Hill Association's non-sec-tartan
meeting In the Garrtck Theatre, to
morrow night The discourse will be a
continuation of the popular series of
talks Illustrating the fundamental prin
ciples of Christianity And will treat espe
cially of the voluntary character of the
ChrUUan life u essential and distinct
from, all other forms ot rUsiou? prof3
John Cnrlnon. tho SvvcJldi camtcllst. will
addrots the Hcconil Hnptlnt llelplng-IIand
Clnns tomorrow afternoon The Prlco Blstera
will "Ins. I'rld.iy nlRht Dohson Hunnfford will
speak nt the meeting, to which everybody la
Invited. The mettlnKR aro held Tuesday,
Thursday and Sunday nlchts at tho Mothany
AnchoraKo, 300 North Htli street. William J.
McKee la in chargo of tho moettnir,
The Itev. John CI Illbbcn, T.,1 D., prosldent
of 1'rlncoton Unherslty, will preach at Bryn
Mawr Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning.
Tho fighting; City Commissioner of Allontown,
Itohert Wheeler, will bo the speaker at the
lecture of tho Socialist Literary Society, In
the South Droad Street Theatre, tomorrow
afternoon, nt .1 o'clock. Admission la free.
Eerybody Invited. Tho musical program will
bo rendered by tho Van Pern Ueemt ntrlng
nunrtet. ono of Philadelphia's most popular
"Paychlo Kesoarch" will bo discussed at tho
Gtrurd Avonuo Unitarian Church tomorrow
evening. Tho speaker will he Hugh Munro.
"Tho Way of nscapo" will bo tho sublect of
the morning sermon to bo delivered by the
Hcv. J. 11. Swain, pastor, nt tho Woodland
Prcsbytorlan Church, nt tho morning service.
In tho ocnlnK Mr. Swain will preach on "How
Jesus Saved Philip." This will bo tho second
sermon In tho BericB on "Jesus, Saviour of
The Itev. S. C. Gamble, pastor of the First
United Preslivterlnn Church, will preach on
Tho King Who Dees not Fall," at tho morn
ing aervlco tomorrow. In tho evening Mr.
dnmblo will preach on "Tho Way of tho Cross
Leads Homo "
Tho Itov. Charles Wesley Burns will speak
on "Dean L J. lllrney, of Boston." at tho
morning service in tho First Methodist Epis
copal Church, of Oermantown tomorrow Tho
subjoct of tho ocrlng service will be "God's
A rpeclal musical program, consisting of tho
singing of hymria and nnthem, will mark tho
apoclai neper aervlco nt St. Luko'B Lutheran
Church tomoriow evening.
Tho Itov. II CI. Hastings, who Is about to
leave for Ijilltpur, India, will speak at the
morlng aervlco in tho Reformed Episcopal
Church of Our Itedoemer tomorrow morning.
Dr Narayan KrUhno, of Bombay, India, will
deliver the last address of his series on the
war. Tomorrow's topic will bo "Why India
la Loynl to tho Kmplre." Dr. Barnott will
lecturo In the evening on "Pastor Russell and
HIh Counterfeit Christianity." A chorua ot 23
will assist at the aervlco.
Tho Rev Clarence IMward Macartney, pas
tor of tho Arch Street Tresbyterlan Church,
will preach on "Naked nnd Clothed" nt tho
servlco tomorrow morning. In the evening
there will bo an organ recital and song serv
ice. The subject o' the sermon will bo "Sin's
"What In Salvation?" On this topic tho
ministers of tho Unitarian churches of tho
city will preach at tho morning services to
morrow. Tho Itev. Charles E. St. John will
speak In the First Unitarian Church; tho Itev.
Oscar II. Hawca will speak In tho German
town Uiltarlnn Church, and the Rev. Kenneth
D. Eans will preach at the Glrard Avenuo
Unitarian Church In tho evening tho nev.
William L. Sullivan, of Now York, will preach
In the Germantown Unitarian Church on "Re
ligion and Liberty."
At tho Congregational Ministers' Meeting,
Monday noon, at 1S1U Chestnut street, the
Rev. 11. II Williams will speak on "How
Mlnlstars Should Write."
The Rev. A. 13. Crowell. pastor of tho Tab
ernaclo H. E. Church, will conduct services In
tho church tomorrow. After hla regular ser
mon Miss Totteroff, of tbo Sunday party, will
apeak. In the evening thero will be another
soivice. "Billy" Sunday songs will be a fea
ture of tho program.
"The Lord Railing Thoao Botycd Down" will
bo the topic of the aermon of tho Rev. Charles
W. Ilaney, paBtor of the Church ot the New
Jerusalem (Swcdenborglan) toirorrow morning.
Tho choir of tho Hermon Presbyterian
Church, Fronkford, is being trained for tho
organ lecltat of Adam. Gelbel, tho well-known
organist, who will play at tho church on the
evening of February 7. Tho choir, which
consists of 100 voices, will take part In the
Frank It. Rlttor, presldont of tba Civil Serv
lco Commission of Philadelphia, will address
tho Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip Tues
day evening, January 20, on "A 10-day Trip
A banquet will be given by th Christian En
deavor Society Thursday overlng, January 1'S.
Tho Rev. Androw T. Taylor, D. D.. pastor
of tho Third Presbyterian Church, of Trenton,
N. J , will address the I'reBbyterlan ministers
In Westminster Hall Monday morning, at 11
o'clock. The sublect of tho address will be
"What Shall Wa Preachers Do With Jesus!"
The Rev. Georgo Chalmers Richmond will
preach tomorrow morning In St. John's Epis
copal Church on tho "Marks of a True Re
vival," and In the evening on ''Billy Sunday
and Philadelphia's Smart Set Has Ha tho
Power of Jesus to Convert Them.?"
Tho Rev. Dr. Edwin Heyl Delk will preach
In St. Matthew's Church, Broad and Mount
Vernon streets, tomorrow morning on St.
Paul's religion and in the evening on "The
Test of a True Christianity."
BAPTIST TBMI'LK, Broad and Berks.
Preaching by tha Pastor,
UUS3ELL H. CONWELL
Morning, 10:30: Iilblo School. 2:S0, Eve., T:48.
A noted tenor, will assist the chorus In
the evening. Organ Recital, 7:15. Wra.
l'oweu 'j-waajai:, Musical Director.
CHESTNUT BTnEET BAPTIST CHlRCIf-"
Chestnut at., neat of 40th,
QEOHOB D. ADAMS. D. D,, Pastor.
Olio Brotherhood of A. and P.
10 30 a. m. Worship and Sermon by Fastor,
S:30 p. ra. Bible Scbool and Men's Bible
f :til P. m. Worship and Sermon by Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST ItEUnTJa" HAND CIMS3
meets 2.30. 7th below Glrard aye.. John
Carlson, the Swedish evangelist; the Price
Bisters will sins. Friday night, everybody's
meeting, Dobson Hunnuford will apeak. Sun
day, Tuesday and Thursday nights, Bethany
Anchorage, 300 N, 0th st. Wm. J. McRee,
" UUrlpln of Christ
THIRD CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Lancaster ave., Holly and Aspen sts.
T. E. WrNTER. Pastor, 10:5, 8:30. T, S.
Dreiel Middle Bible Claise
DREXHL BnDLB BIBLE CLASSES.
We can make your Church grow. Let ua tell
rou bow. No dues or salaries. No obllga
Ions. General offices, 1017 Mouat Vernon at.
BROAD ST. TIIEATRK U a ra. Dr. J. Dun.
can Spaeth on "Walt Whitman and the
Spirit of America " 8 P. m.. 1324 Spruce
t. "The Religious Note In Whitman."
FRANKLIN HOME FOR. TUB REFORMA-
Sunday? 8 p. no. Service coaaoeted, by Rev.
J. T. Ohl. .
I.cruon Hill AisocUtlon
"FORCE OR FREEDOM"
SUNTxtt NJSHT. T-SO-ALL
CHURCH CARNIVAL MAKES
BIG HIT IN KENSINGTON
Tonight Is A. J. Drexol Blddlo Night
nnd Song Will Be a Feature,
"It's a Lonsr Way to Tony Blddle's,"
sung to tho air of "Tlppcrarj'i" l the
Bonn of the hour In Konslngton, whero
the winter carnival of the Union Tabor
naclc, East York street above Corat
street. Is In full swing-.
The song, written by Harry Pcdtey,
poot of Men's Blblo Class, No. 6, the pro
moters ot tho carnival, runs!
"There In Philadelphia's Mount Vernon sec
Is whero the members of Clruwi Bin went on
To the homo of Drcxel Diddle, where tliey had
For evory ono that went with them came from
"It was a lone way to Tony Riddle's,
Tho weathr was fair;
It's a long wa' to Tony Blddle's,
But Class Six got there.
They cheered for nil good fellows,
And sang 'IMo Wodht am Ithcln'j
They were true to hla colors
He'a your friend and mine."
All Kensington Is turning out for tho
carnival, which opened auspiciously
Thursday ovenlng, "Kensington Night,"
and which will end tonight with "A. J.
Drexel Blddlo Night." Every concelvablo
form of nmUBomont Is offcrod to tho
patrons and tho Interior of tho church
Is a mass of varl-colorod booths and
bunting. Thero aro circuses and Kelly
slides, dog shows and a convict ship,
kissing bugs nnd fortuno tellers, popu
lar girl contests and wild men, Dutch res
taurants and Japanese tearooms, marines
and Indians all scrambled into a futurist
Tho Albertson Quaker City mlnstrols
nnd a vaudeville nhow wero tho chief at
tractions tho first evening. Last night
tho Qlrls' Club of tho church gavo a
minstrel show. There wero also a num
ber of snllorB and deep-sea novelties. A.
J. Droxol Ulddlo will deliver an nddrcss
tonight, at which tlmo tho new song will
bo sung by tho Bible class. The Union
Tabernacle band of B0 pieces, directed by
Professor W. A. Crosier, performs In tho
evening." Ezra Beed Is chairman of tho
committee In charge, and tho Bov. Dr.
Bobcrt J. Hunter Is pastor of tho church.
DR. L. A. WEIGLE TO SPEAK
Dean of Carlton College Will Preach
Dr. Luther A. Welgle, dean of Carlo
ton College, Northflold Minn., will
proach tomorrow morning In tho Mes
siah LtUthcrnn Church, 16th and Jefferson
streets. Doctor Welgle Is spending his
Bnbbatlo year at New Haven, Conn.,
whero ho Is lecturing In the Yolo School
of Bellglon. He has nlso appointments
In New York and Boston whero he will
lecturo on teacher training. Doctor
Welgle Is author of tho book. "Tho Pupil
and the Teacher," ono of the most largely
used text hooks in teacher-training work.
William A. Schmidt, 'cellist of tho Phila
delphia Orchestra, will play at tho even
INSTALTjATION oe rector
The Bov. William E. Hondricks, tho
new rector of St. Thomas' Protestant
Episcopal Church, 12th street, below Wal
nut, will be Installed tomorrow morn
ing by Bishop rhlllp M. Bhlnelander.
The Bishop will visit the church for tho
purpose of confirmation as well.
The Bov. William E. Hendricks was
born August 1, 1873, in St. Croix, Danish
West Indies. Ho was graduated from
the St. Croix High School, and later at
tended nnd wns graduated from Lincoln
University, Yalo University nnd tho
General Theological Seminary, Now York.
He was a De Forrest Bpeaker while at
Yale and won the Townsend premium for
"The Friendly Church,"
loth and Jefferson sts.,
DANIEL E. WElGLlE, Pastor.
10.30 a. m., Dr. Luther A. Wolgle, Dean of
Carleton College, Northflold, Minnesota, will
2:30 p. m., Bible School.
7.45 p. m., Wm. A. Bctanldt, 'Cello (Pblla,
prcnestra; sermon oy tno rastor.
ST. LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH,
7th Et. nnd Montgomery avo ,
Rev. JOHN WILLIAM RICHARDS, Paator.
Services, 10:30, 2, 7 and 7:43 p. m.
Choral Vespers, Jan. 24, at 7.4ft p. m.
lAUEltNACLE, Both and Spruce Wm. J. Mll-
ler, Jr.. 10 45. 7.43, 3. S.. 2:30 p. m.
TEMPr.E. K2d and Race Rev. A. Pohlman,
M. D., 10:80 a. m., 2:30 ami 7:45.
The Cotununlon at both services.
Miss Miller at tho morning servlco.
rMiiirinii op tiik advocate
Wayne ave. and Queon Lane, Germantown.
GLADSTONE HOLM, MINISTER.
Preaching by the Minister at 10:43 and 7:45.
Re Ival servlco at night. Welcome.
MOUNT HERMON, loth and Porter. Rev. F.
C Tnomaa, 11, a; m. a., s.au p. m.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT,
unruce ana ism sis.
SilLTON HAROLD NICHOLS, Minister.
10.JO "THD KEEPER OF THE PA9.V
7.45 "The Table Spread."
A Union Prayer meeting will be held In the
chapel Monday evening at 8 o'clock In the
Interest of the "Sunday Evangellstlo Serv
lcn." All arn cord'ally Invited.
THE FIRST MB1UODIST CHURCH
CHARLES WESLEY BURNS. Minister.
Morning Service Ten forty-five.
DEAN L. J. UIRNEY
Evening Sen Ice Eight.
GOD'S BIG BATTALIONS."
Muilo bv ested lfry Choir. Welcome.
TAlinHNACLE, Uth below Oxford.
lO.SO Mis Fetterolf, of Sunday Party.
7 '45 "An Awful Night." Fifteen minutes
with "Billy" Sunday songs.
New Jerusalem (Bwedenborglan)
"TUB LORD RAISING TilOSB BOWilD
DOWN" la the subject ot the sermon Sun
day morning toy the Paator, the Rev. Charles
W. Harvey, at the Church of tho New Jeru
salem. 22d and Chestnut t. Service at 11
o'clock; Sunday School at 0:30, All seats
free. Everybody welcome.
THE ARCH ST. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
18th and Arch
10,45 "Naked and Clothed."
K v in "bin's Discovery."
7 30 Organ Recital and Song Service.
Rev, Clarence Edward Macartney will
ORDftN HILL, Gtrard ave., above 18th RBV.
EDWARD WARREN, Minister. Morning,
10.30, "A Noble Partnership"! evening, 7.4B.
"Behold, the Man." Bible Class for Adults
at 2,30. A superior Quartet Choir under the
direction ot Mr, John Dyson, Organist, You
HOPE. S3d and Wharton ets. Minister, Iter.
J. GRAY BOLTON. D, D. Rev. WILLIAM
TAYLOR CALDWELL. Assistant. 10:45 a.
m Rev, Caldwell will preach. 7:45 p. m.,
Dr, Bolton will preach on "la the Bible
ST. PAUL'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Baltimore ave., cor. ooth st,
Rov. J. BEVKHIIX1K LEE. D.- D., Minister.
10:43 a. m. I'utllo Worship. Sermon by Rev,
W. M. Larope. Ph. D.. Preabyterian Btu.
dent Paator, at the. University ot Pennsyl
2.80 p. m. Oradeft Bible School,
7:45 P. m. Evening Worship. Sermon by
Iter W. M. Lamp.
Bolo Quartet Choir will sing at both services,
All saaia ires ti an services
SCOTS CHURCH, Rroad t. below Morris st.
D. STUART MOORS, D. D., Minister.
10 .SO a. m. "The Christian's Looktog-cUas."
T;43 p. m. "Ths Old Mao of Sin."
York and Coral sts.
RJSV. ROBERT HUNTER. D. D.. PASTOR.
Wll preach, 10 30 a. m. and 7 45 p. m.
Revival hymns at evenlor aarvleie. Also
special cornet nuiale by the OREBNuALait
8 .SO Sabbath School.
2 45-BIBLB UNION IN TltB CHURCH.
WOODLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
42d and Plae sts.
JAMES RAMSAY SWAIN, Minister.
10 30 Brotherhood. "Favorite Paalama."
11 -00 Worahb "Tb Way qt Sacape."
2 45 Bible Schol. New scholars Invited.
8 W-Mea's ao4 Woman a ahl C1"!
8.50 Worthlp. "BOW J88U8 BAVBO
PHILIP " Second Ik serlw on "Jesus.
Saviour Qf Mep"
Wdae4ajr at g-'-Spiatis et the Uaa cl
It you x Wapitis tvt cburxb torn-'
Cssae Umh 4Q4. i-Ul t&y &c$$.
BISHOP ASKS CLERGY PRAY
FOR BRUMBAUGH'S SUCCESS
Ministers Requested to Plead for
The Protestant Episcopal clergymen of
Philadelphia have been requested by
Bishop Bhlnelander, of this diocese, to
offer special prayer tit tomorrow's ser
vices for the success of the administra
tion of Governor Martin Q. Brumbaugh.
Tho Bishop, In tho request sent to the
clergy of tho diocese, expresses the hops
that the new Governor' administration
may bo fruitful In results beneficial to
the life nnd -wclfnro of the people of
Pennsylvania and help raise still higher
the fair namo of the Keystone State.
SOCIAL UNION BANQUET
Workers of Reformed Churches Dlo
cuss Problems of Advancement,
Tho mldwlntor banquet of tho Soct&t
Union of the Bcformod Churches of
Philadelphia and vicinity was held Thurs
day night at tho Hotel Adelphla. Mora
than 200 guests and members attended.
F. C. BrunhouRe, president of the union,
presided. Tho principal address was made
by the Bcv. Dr. J. Frederlo Berg, of the
Thoologlcnl Seminary at Now Brunswick,
N. J. Doctor Berg's topic was "The
Church in tho 10th Century." A musical
program and other Interesting features
marked tho evening's events.
Tho object of tho union Is to promote
and oncotirago among the mombers of the
organization a mora friendly and Inti
mate acquaintance and harmony of ac
tion and to advance the general interest
of tho Boformed Church In Philadelphia
Tho Rov. H. Xj. Pylo Begins Pastorate),
Tho Bov. IL I Pyle, of BUnols, wul
begin his pastorate at the Flrot Congre
gational Church, Gormantown, tomorrow.
A largo attendance Is expected. A pe
dal musical program will mark the
PARI8II OF 6T. LUKH AND TTIB EPIPH
ANY 18th st. below Spruce.
Rov. DAVID M. BTBHLE, Hector.
8 a. m. Holy Communion.
10 a, m. Sunday School.
Ua. m. Motnlng Prayer and Benson.
4 p. m. Evening Prayer, Anthem and Ad
dress. Organ, harp and violin prelude, interlude and '
Mrs. Helen Ynrnnl, soprano soloist.
The Rector will preach ot both services.
17th and Summer ets.
ft o, m. Holy Communion.
11 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
2'4! p. m Sunday School.
8 p. m. Evening Prayer and Address.
Iter. Irving A. McGrew will proach.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES
21st and Christian stxoets.
0 a, m. Holy Communion. 10:80 a, m, Morn
ing Praver and Sermon. 2:30 p. m. Sunday
School and Blblo Classes. 7:80 p. pi. live-
nlug Service, forty-seventh anniversary.
Combined choirs, church and three chapels. i
Bishop Thomas, Wyoming, will be the
OLD ST, JOHN'S.
Brown, below 3d.
DR. RICHMOND preaches 10:30. 7:48. Sub
ject at night " 'Billy' Sunday and Philadel
phia's Smart Set Has Ho th Power of
Jexus to Convert Them?" Dr. Richmond
preaches every rrlday night.
ST. GEORGE'S, 01st and llasol ave. Rev. G.
La Pla Smith, 7:30, 10:30 and 7:30.
ST. MARK'S CHURCH,
10th and Locust sts.
Tho Rev. ELLIOT WHITE, Rector.
7 and 8 Holy Communion.
11 Choral Eucharist.
4 Choral Evensong, with short address and
Anthem, followed by Organ Recital.
Tho Rector will preach on Sunday at 11
7. 7:45 and 0 a. rn. and B p. m.
The Litany will be said and Intercessions for
peace made on Wednesdays and Fridays at
On each Saturday at 12 m. the Rector holds
a Bible Class In the Church. Persons not
members of tho Parish are cordially Invited
to the Bible Class and all other services. At
tention Is called to the weekly Eucharist on
Thursdays at 0:30 a. m., and on all Saints'
ST. STEPHEN'S CIIURCIf
10th st above Cbcstnut.
Rev. CARL E. G RAMMER, 8. T. D., Rector.
Sunday Services, 11 a. m. and P. m.
In the afternoon the Rector Is giving a
course of lectuits on "The Gospel Behind
Tho Rtctor will preach at both services.
FIRST. N. A 15th and Dauphin. Rev. John
P. Hicks, Pastor. 10:80 and 8! fl., fl.. 3;B0.
GRACE). 11th andTlluntlngdon. Rev. y. C.
Outellus 10 30. 7'45i Sunday School, 2:80.
OUR RKDnreMER. 10th and Oxford sts.
AUOUSTUS E. UAaiTfli71-X'
10:flO-Rer. II. a. Hastlnm.
2:S0 Doctpr Krishna, "Why India Is LoyI
to the Empire"
8:00 Doctor Barnett, en "Pastor RussaU."
Socialist Literary Society
ROBERT WHEELER, member of City Cena
mlseloners of Allentown, will speak on "What
Can Bo Accomplished by the Minority," at
Broad Street Theatre, Sunday, 8 p. ra. Musta
by Van Den Beemt String Quartet. Admis
MRS. ZOLLER LEES. WILL. .CONDUC
meetings Sunday evening, o vmoojc. is
Columbia ave. German and English.
SEE NEW JERUSALEM
orRARD AVE.. StTNDAT BVB.. Tl4B.
SIR. ItlJUti aiunuu--nw s,n jwruiia
Of xsycnio iiesearcn. wmiwiwj.
Sermons on this toplo wltl be preMhsd Bua.
day morning at 11. by llerv. Charles B, fit
John In the First Unitarian Church, Chest
nut above 21st street.
Rov. Oscar B. Hawes, In the Germantown
Unitarian Church, Chelten avenue and
nev'ncenneth E. Evans. In the qirard Ave
nue Unitarian Church 1841 Glrard arsnus,
REV. WILHASt L. SULLIVAN, ..
of New York will preach at 8 p. ra., in the
Germantown Church on the subject
RELIGION AND LIBERTY.
This la the beginning of a week ot special
meetings in the Germantown Church for the
proclamation of LIBEfflAL CHRIStlANJTY
Monday-Rev. Alfred R. Hussey. of Baltl
more. "The Unitarian Thought of Hell."
Tuesday Mr, Hussey, '"The Unitarian
Thought of Heaven."
Wedneaday Rev. B. R. Reeman. of Lan
caster. "The ealvatloa ot the Blnner."
Thiiraday-Atr. Reeman, "The Truth About
Friday Rer. Ulysses O. B. Pierce, ot Wash
ington. "Who Can Be Religious.''
Saturday Mr. Pierce, "What Then Is Re
FIRST, 62d and Chester. 8. C. Gamble. Min
ister. 10U5, "The Kins- JVho Does Not
Fall"! 8, "The Way of the Cross Leads
THENORRIS eqUARB U. P. CHURCH,
ItancocK St. SJia aiquuu ..,
Rev. LEK E. RIFE, Pastor.
10: a m., Publlo reception of new members.
2:30 p. m., Bible classes for all ages,, ..
T: p. m., "Th Marble-hearted Fiend."
Special evangelists service each Sabbata
Comet A place for you.
Young Men's Christian Association
DrTeDWIN B SPARKS. President Bttts Col.
leieT on "A Clean Bill.'' at Central Bra&ja.
Sunday. 4 p. m. Instrumental Trio and Bong
Service of Tabernacle Hymns. Crop-In Class,
undr Mr Lawton, meets in the Lobby, S p.
m Musto by Kneedler Bovell, Wlest.
REV. J. W. WSLSH, "Billy" Sunday's Ji
ant. will address men only at WES
BRANCH, o2d and Sansom sts., p. m.
Music by Henry W Lewis.
"""' ' JOIN THE CROWD.
Young Wouieo's Christian Association.
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