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ENGLISH LUTHERAN SYNOD
Meet for Convention at Llndstrom
The English Lutheran synod of the
northwest will meet In annual convention
at Llndstrom, Wednesday, June 8, when
the synodical sermon will be preached by
the president, Rev. George H. Trabert,
D. D., of Salem English congregation of
Minneapolis. Besides the pastors, the sev
eral congregations of the city will be rep
resented by Judge N. O. Werner, from
St. John's A. Q. Johnson, from Salem A,
W. Benson, from St. Mark's.
The synod of the northwest, the only
positively English Lutheran body on this
territory, is making rapid progress. It
is a member of the general council, the
most prominent and influential of the gen
eral Lutheran bodies, whose Sunday school
literature and graded system of instruc
tion has attracted the attention of the
leading Sunday school workers thruout the
The coming meeting will be an impor
tant one. as much business of great mo
ment for the church will come before It,
SH1LOH CHURCH GROWS
House of Worship to Be Remodeled and
Shiloh Presbyterian church Is to re
model and improve its house of worship.
There are not enough sittings to accom
modate the membership, and the Sunday
school is hampered for want of room.
The plans contemplate doubling the seat
ing capacity of the auditorium, and the
addition of a commodious Sunday school
room, classrooms, pastor's office, dining
room, kitchen, etc., making the building in
every way complete and modern. The
plan adopted by the officers for raising the
money is unusual. Subscriptions are to
be purely voluntary, and the amount of in
dividual gifts is to be secret. Appeal for
subscriptions has been made only to the
members. Others have the privilege of of
fering. Subscription blanks given out
Sunday are to be returned to-morrow
morning, and counted while the congrega
tion awaits the results. Keen Interest is
centering about the event.
Children's Day Service*.
At Plymouth church for Children's Day
morrow several children trill be baptised, a
children's sermon will be preached and Bibles
will bo given to all baptised children who have
become 7 years of age. At the Church of the
Redeemer a program will be given by the
children of the Sunday school, assisted by the
children from the Washburn Home.
At the- Hennepin Avenue Methodist Episco
pal church to-morrow instead of the usual morn
ing service with sermon, the services will be
devoted to the observance of Children's Day.
The program will include the commencement
of the class of 1904, as well as exercises by
the primary department and beginners' class.
Professor A. N. Ozlas will present the diplomas
and Bibles to the graduates. The program
HymnChoir and congregation.
Song by School.
Exercises by Primary Department.
Orchestra. Exercises by Beginners' Class.
Song by School.
Commencement exercises of the class of 1004.
Salutatory, Donald McCarthy.
Class exercise, "Ten Commandments."
Class exercise, "The Life of Christ."
Valedictory, Marlon Armatage.
Presentation of diplomas, Professor
Presentation of Bibles, pastor.
Song by congregation, "America."
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Liberty Bell Service.
G. L. Morrill will conduct a Liberty Bell
service at the People's church, Masonic Temple,
Sunday. 11 a. m. His subject will be "The
Liberty Bell's Message." Ben Johnson of theE.
Lyceum theater will read "Independence Bell,
July 4, 17T6." Messrs. Oonlan, Ward, Dobbs
and Leigh, composing "The World's Comedy
Four," with the "Trocadero Burlesquers,"
Dewey theater, will sing "The Story of theat
Rose," by Andrew Mack. The Danz orchestra
will play "Liberty Bell," by Sousa, "Am
Meer," by Schubert (solo for trombone by Bobert
Roeder), and Gavotte, "First Heart Throbs,"
by Eilenberg. Inasmuch as a cosmopolitan
service is to be had, all classes are invited,
especially nonchurch-goers and hotel transients.
To-morrow evening at Hennepin Avenue M. B.
church the exercises will be of a patriotic char
acter. Addresses will be made by John Day
Smith, Mrs. Perry Starkweather and Albert H.
Unll. In addition to music by the choir 'the
Bryant post quartet will sing. The program:
Organ prelude, closing with medley of national
Reveille, W. S. Dunn.
Hymn, "Battel Hymn of the Republic," audi
ence joining in the chorus.
Quartet, memorial hymn.
Offertory. "Tenting To-night."
Remarks by Albert H. Hall.
Bryant post qnartet. "Flag Without a Stain."
Address, John Day Smith.
Brypnt post quartet, selection.
AfWress. Mrs. Perry Starkweather.
Solo. "Star Spangled Banner," Mr. Carden.
Benediction, Rev. John Douglas.
Taps. S. W. Dunn.
Postlude. national airs.
Rev. Marion D. Shutter, pastor of the Church
of the Redeemer, lectured in Rochester, Minn.,
Monday on "Abraham Lincoln's Place in His-
tory." Thursday at 8 p. m. he will deliver the
address to the South high graduating class in the
The Young People's Christian union of the
Church of the Redeemer will meet at 6:30 p. m.
The topic, "Personal Consecration for the Sake
of Others." The regular monthly business meet
ing will be held in the clubroom Tuesday at
7:30 p. m.
E. Dean Ellenwood, assistant pastor of the
Church of the Redeemer, will preach in the"What
Rochester Unlversallst church morning and eve
To-morrow being the anniversary of Rev.Crandall
Charles H. Maxwell's ordination his morning
topic at Linden Hills Congregational church will
be "Year One in the Ministry Completed To-
Baptist church Sunday morning
Dale sing the "Star of Bethlehem,"
by Adams and "Faith" by Chadwick. In the
evening he will sing "Savior, Breathe an Eve
ning Blessing," by Neidllnger.
Rev. A. B. Marshall, D. D., will deliver the
annual address before the Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian associations of Macalester
college to-morrow evening, in the Macalester
At the First Presbyterian church to-morrow
evening Caotain Orton S. Clark will give his
impressions of the Buffalo general assembly,
which approved, after a great debate, the con
solidation of the Presbyterian and Cumberland
At Westminster church Sunday morning will
occur the June communion service and the re
ception of new members. Bartlett's "Jesus, to
Thy Table," an alto solo and quartet, will be the
morning offertory, Mrs. W. N. Porteous is tosalem.
sing the solo lines. The evening music will be
as follows: Organ, "Prayer," BOrowski an
them, "In Humble Faith," Garrett offertory,
"God's Peace Is Peace Eternal," Grieg re
sponse, "There Is a Land," Crowninsnield.
The Minister's Alliance will hold its last
meeting for the year at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
Monday. Dr. R. R. Rome will speak on "The
Problem of Tuberculosis in Minnesota." Offi
cers for the coming year are to be elected.
A Gabrielsen will deliver an address at 3:30
p. m. in the Swedish Mission church, Eigh-
teen-and-a-half and Central avenues NE, ony
"Patriotic Citizenship and Its Relation to the
The Gideons will have charge of the services
at the Bethlehem Presbyterian church, Pleasant
avenue and Twenty-sixth street, Sunday at 7:80
Rev. Dr. Heard will preach the bacoalaureate
sermon for the graduating class of the Cokato
high school Sunday afternoon in the Baptist
church. His subject will be "The Spiritual
Element in Education." Rev. J. J. Noe will
supply Dr. Heard's pulpit at Prospect Park.
The last service of the Franklin Avenue, M.
church will be held Sunday evening at the
Park Avenue Congregational church. All mem
bers are earnestly desired to be present.
"A Great Day at Bethlehem" describes the
arrangements for the Sunday morning services
Bethlehem Presbyterian church. Evangelist
Tom Mackey of Chicago will preach and will
speak at the Sunday school session. At 3:30
p. m. will be a meeting for meu, conducted by
Mr. Mackey, with special music by a male quar
tet. The evening service will be in charge of the
There will be extra music at both morning and
evening services at Calvary Baptist church. At
the evening service the chorus will sing "Re-
joice Ye with Jerusalem," "How Long Wilt
Thou Forget Mo,?" and "From Egypt's Bondage
Came." and Miss Nesbit Will sing "The Holy
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW
Park AvenueEev. Q. G. Vallentyne morning
Thirteenth AvenueRev. C. P. Sharpe: morn
ing, "The Viper That Came Out of the Heat"
evening, Rev. Mr. McCoombs will speak on Sun
day school work.
Forest HeightsRev. J. H. Cudlipp morning,
"A Thorn in the Flesh" evening,
BroadwayRev. T. N. Swinnerton morning,
"A Noble Woman's Choice" evening "The True
FowlerRev. Dr. P. A. Cool: morning. "The
Christian for the Hour" evening, "Crossing the
Jordan of Life."
Central GermanRev. C. L. Lehnert morning,
Miss Martha Nicolaisen, a returned missionary
from China, will speak evening, pastor will
FirstRev. C. W. Parsons, D. D. morning,
"Growth" evening. Good Templar mass meet
ng of all the city lodges excellent speakers
Prospect ParkBev. J. J. Noe will supply the
pulpit In the absence of' the pastor.
FOBSRev. J. W. Heard morning, Rev. W.Life"
H. Shannon, in exchange with the pastor even
ing. Rev. Dr. William Fuller.
Wesley ChapelMorning, platform evangelis
tic service, subject, "Anxiety of Nicodemus."
TrinityRev. L. A. Wlllsey morning, Rev.
Dr. William Fielder will preach at the morn
ing service will be the reception of several to
membership ir the church evening, "Our Fath
NorthMorning, Rev. J. W. Heard evening,
Rev. W. A. Shannon.
WesleyRev. James S. Montgomery: morn
ing, "Lessons from the Life of an IU-temperad
Man" evening, "Sounding Brass and Tinkling
Cymbal." Address to North Side graduating
class special music.
SimpsonRev. W. H. Rider: morning, "The
Panacea of Error" evening, "Depend on Tour-
Hennepin Avenue M. E.Rev. S. D. Hutsin
pillari morning, Children's Day exercises even
ing, patriotic exercises.
Bloomlngton AvenueRev. Rupert Swinnerton
morning, ^'Discipline Essential to Success"
evening, "The Man Without God."
Riverside ChapelRev. Willard Sward morn
ing, "First Chapter of Philipplans" evening,
"Why Not Some Other Religion Than Christian-
ity?" Sunday school at 3 p. m.: visitors wel
Thirty-eighth StreetRev. G. R. Merrill.
Fifth AvenueJames E=. Smith morning,
"Friends of Jesus, the Fifth Significant Term
in the Christiah Life" evening, "Vacation
Rest or Ruin." The evening topic will be dis
cussed so as to show bow to make the vacation
LyndaleRev. O. E. Burton, pastor morning,
Rev. W. L. Tenney, D. D. evening, "The Sigh
ing of Christ."
Park AvenueRev. G. S. Rollins, D. D. mor
ning, "What Is the Church For?" evening,
Franklin Avenue M. B. will worship here.
PilgrimF. A. Sumner morning, "Pilate's
Question" evening, sacred concert by the choir.
Lowry HillRev. Henry Holmes morning,
"Religion, What Is It?" evening,.Christian En
deavor service at 6:80.
Forest HeightsA. Murrman morning, Rev.
J. H. Sammis of Merrlam Park will preach eve
ning, gospel sermon.
Linden HillsRev. Charles H. Maxwell mor
ning, "Year One in the Ministry Completed To
day" evening, "How to Be Insignificant."
Christian Endeavor, led by Miss Nellie Richard,
changed to 6:45.
VineJohn S. Rood morning, "The Beauti
ful" evening, "The Voice of Conscience."
PlymouthL. H. Hallock morning, Children's
Day exercises evening, address to the Christian
Endeavorers, "The Prodigals."
First Rev. B. W. Shurt'leff morning, preach
ing by pastor evening, baccalaureate sermon to
the graduating class of the East high school all
are Invited reserved seats held for graduating
Oak ParkWalter A. Snow morningt "Re-
ligion and the Home," preceded by a sermon to
children, "What God Has Made" evening, "Pa-
Fremont AvenueC. A. Hilton, pastor mor
ning. Rev. R. P. Herrick, D. D., will- present
Sunday school work evening, service by the
Open DoorWilliam Alfred Gerrie morning,
sermon by the pastor evening, Dr. W. L. Ten
ney of Chicago will deliver the address. Dr.
Tenney will present the cause of the American
Missionary association at Open Door church, Sun
FirstRevi A." J. Frost morniag, "The JBible
and Ethnology" evening, "Difficulties ot the
ImmanuelRev. 0. J. Triggerson morning',
"Christ Our Complement" evening, "The True
Character of Culture."
OlivetRev. F. H. Cooper: morning, "From
the Firing Line" evening, ''The Old-Fasbloned
G. A. Cleavelaad
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THE PEOPLE'S PULPIT
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"A Bad Ear." I
"RS. MAIiAPROP must have had many children who are
"Rivals" in the olaim of being able to say the Improper
thing at the proper time.
Years ago in Minneapolis before the Salvation Army
was as large, well disciplined, and barracked as now, I was asked to
make an address in their hall on Washington avenue N. I went a
little early, and had an audience of one, the Janitor. After a while I
heard the sound of a big bass drum accompanying a score of voices
Binging, "Glory to the Lamb." Soon the army with flags and ban-
ners, followed by some stragglers, entered the hall and sat down.
After some spirited singing, a scripture lesson, and a few earnest
prayers, the writer was Introduced.
I drew some lessons from the life of Saul, the man who lived a
wicked life, and died by suicide. I seemed to have the serious atten-
tion of the crowd, especially of the man who played the big drum,
and finished the sermon by saying it would seem after such a career
of crime, that Saul was lost and went to that place of the wicked the
Bible calls "hell." I had no sooner pronounced the solemn Word, than
the drummer jumped up, grabbed the stick, hit the drum a fearful
blow, and shouted, "Amen, Glory to God! Hallelujah!"
As Shakespeare says, "It was a fine volley of words, gentlemen,
and quickly shot off," but they missed the mark. My musical friend
had looked at me, but had not listened. He was like some other peo-
ple who attend Sunday service and forget the success of a sermon
depends as much on the pew as the pulpit. If this religious responsi-
bility is divided, there will be fewer irrelevant and irreverent remarks
after the benediction. The people want better speakers-^the preachers
want better hearers.
"Take heed, therefore, how ye hear."
"Symbolism ot the Lord's Supper*** evening,
Chicago AvenueRev. J. E. Conant morning,
"Christ Judging Among the Lampstands," third
in a series evening. "Historic Origin of the
Bible," first in a series on the Bible. Stereop
ticon song service in the evening.
Norwegian-DanishMorning, Rev. W. O. Cone
evening. Rev. O. Ole. Communion after
FreeRev. R. R, Kennan morning, "No King
but Caesar." Christian Endeavor service at
6 p. m.
CalvaryRev. Arthur T. Fowler morning,
Is the Gospel?" evening, ."A World
Without a Sea."
Trinityy. W. 0. A. hall, Rev. Nathan A.
D. D. morning, "Sustained Compan
ionship with God": evening, "Why Does God
Not Make the World Happier and Better?"
FourthRev. G. F. Holt morning, "Jesus as
a Friend" evening. "God's First Interview with
Vanderburg MemorialRev. Charles Thayer
will speak in the morning and Rev. Mr. Baker
in the evening.
WestminsterRev. John Edward Bushnell,
D. D. morning, communion service and recep
tion of new members evening, "Minute Men."
Stewart MemorialR. A. Vander .Las morn
ing, communion and reception of members even
ing, "The Tragedy of a Young King." A
ladies' trio will assist the choir at the evening
Hope ChapelRev. Neil A. Gilchrist even
ing, "The Worth of a Soul" Sunday school
at 8 p. m.
FirstRev. A. B. Marshall morning, "The
Spirit and the Believer" evening, a lecture on
Palestine by Rev. Joseph Sllberman of Jeru-
OliverRev. George P. Magill morning, "The
Course of Life" evening, "Encouragement."
St. Mark'B Pro-cathedralHoly communion,
7:30 morning service and sermon by Rev. S.
Heathcote Hills, 10:30 evensong and sermon by
Rev. C. Edgar Houpt, 7:45.
All Saints Church7:30 a. m., holy com
munion 10:30, holy communion and sermon by
Rev. George H. Thomas 12, the parish schoo\
7:45 p. m., evening prayer and special music
Holy TrinityRev. Stuart B. Purves morn
ing, "Dives and Lazarus" evening, "Unbelief."
St. Andrew'sRev. John E. Dallam morning,
7:30, holy communion 10:30, holy communion
GethsemaneRev. Irving Johnson 8 a. m.,
holy communion 10:80 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon 7:45 p. m., evening prayer and
GraceMorning service and sermon by Rev.
James Cornell no evening service. Sunday
school at 12 m.
Christ Church MissionRev. Andrew D.
Stowe morning, service and holy communion
no evening service. Sunday school at 12 m.
Trinity German Lutheran':
S and Nineteenth streetp^jKev. Frederic Sievers
morning, 'Whosoever bwieveth npt* shall be
damned" English evenihg services, 7:30 p. m.
Salem English LutheranRev. George W.
Trabeft morning,. "Righteousness and Unright
eousness" evening, vesper service.
BethlehemProfessor E. K. Johnson morn
ing, "Profit and Loss," Math, xvi., 24-27 even
ing,, service in Norwegian.
NazarethRev. A. E. Norman morning. "The
Gospel of the Rainbow."
FirstRev. H. M. Simaaons morning, "A
Recent Vision of Christ" no evenins service.
Tuttle^Rev. A. R. Tillinghast, morning no
Church of The RedeemerRev. Marion D.
Shutter morning, 10:30, baccalaureate sermon
for Stanley hall, "The Golden Measuring Rod"
7:30 p. m., "The Bible Its Appeal to the Human
All Soul'sRev. A N, Alcott morning, "The
Lands of the Book," fifth sermon-lecture.
Third (6 W Lake street)Morning, "God the
Preserver of Man."
Second (corner Second avenue S and Eleventh
street)Morning, "God the Preserver of Man."
Fourth (Fourteenth street and Second avenue
S)Morning, "God the preserver of Man."
First (Fifteenth street between Park and Port
land)Morning, "God the preserver of Man"
evening, same subject.
Portland AvenusRev. Richard W* Abberley
morning, children's day program evening, first
of a series on "Night Scenes from the Bible,"
"The Suburbs of Sodomy or Hell's Half Acre. 7
Grand AvenueRev. Fred -Kline morning,
"We Would See Jesus" evening. "In Him Was
the Sunday school will make its offering
for foreign missions in the morning.
Advent Christian (corner of Fremont and
Twenty-fourth avenue N)Rev. B. Forester
Rev. B. L. Pettus morning and evening.
The People's New ThoughtDr. Wm. Gib
bons, Richmond hall, No. 3 morning, "What
Shall the Harvest Be?"
Yggdrasil Theosophlcal Society (506 Cedar ave-
nue)4 p. m., "Tolstoi," in the Scandinavian
New Thought Lyceum, Richmond haU, No. 1,
corner of Nicollet avenue and Eighth street
10:45 a. m., lecture by Professor Ruth B. Ridges,
BandT:4 o5 Peace, Spiritualist (229 Central ave-
lecture by Mrs. S. M. Lowell,
"The Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth and Love."
Highland Park Church of Evangelical Asso-
ciationRev. F. R. PlanMkow morning, "The
Model Church" evening, "The Godly Life."
BazlnetTillie, Asbury hospital.
KellyElla Marie, 601 Tenth avenue S.
SundeJohana, 812 Third avenue NB.
SherinFrank, 26 Sixth street S.
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NFANT MORTALITY is something can hardly realize that cd^M
all the children horn, in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent, or nearly^ 1"
one-quarter, die hefore they reach one year thirtyseven per cent., or more
than one-third, hefore they are five, and one-half hefore they are fifteen!
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would saare a ma-
jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these,
infantile deaths are occasioned hy the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead'to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse," but you must see that it hears the signature of
Ohas. H. Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of the skin and allays fever.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. A. F. Peeler, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "I have prescribed your Castoria 1
many cases and have always found it an efficient and speedy remedy."
Dr. B. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I hare prescribed your Castoria in
my practice for many years with great satisfaction to myself and benefit to my,
Dr. J. B. Waggoner, of Chicago, 111., says: "I can most heartily recommend
your Castoria to the public as a remedy for children's complaints. I have tried
it and found it of great value."
Dr. Edward Parrtab,of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I hare used your Castoria in
my own household with good results, aud have advised several patients 'to use it
for its mild laxative effect and freedom from harm."
Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New York City, says: "Having during the past six years
prescribed your Castoria for infantile stomach disorders, I most heartily commend
its use. The formula contains aothing deleterious to the most delicate of children."
Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Neb., says: "Your Castoria is an ideal! medicine
for children, and frequently prescribe it. While I do not advocate the Indis-
criminate use of proprietory medicines, yet Castoria Is an exception for conditions
which arise in the care of children."
Dr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "TOOT Castoria holds the esteem
of th.e medical profession in a manner held by no other proprietary preparation. It
is P/aure and reliable medicine for infants and children. In fact, it is the universal
household remedy for infantile ailments."
Dr. H. F. Merrill, of Augusta, Me., says: "Castoria Is one of the very finest
and most remarkable remedies for infants and eblldren. In my opinion your Castoria
has saved thousands frou an early grave. I can furnish handredB of testimonials
from this locality as to its efficiency and merits."
Dr. Norman M. Geer, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "During the last twelve years
I have frequently recommended your Castoria as one of the best preparations of the
kind, being safe in the hands of parents and very effective in relijeving children's
disorders, while the ease with which such a pleasant preparation can be administered
is a great advantage."
Dr. F. H. Kyle, of St. Paul, Minn., says: "It affords me pleasure to add my
name to the long list of those who have used and now endorse your Castoria. The
fact of the ingredients being known through the. printing of the formula on the
wrapper is one good and sufficient reason for the recommendation of any physlcia%
I know of Its good qualities and recommend it cheerfully."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
THOSp WHO LAC HEALTH!
Going into the nerves and all parts of the body for hours every night soon replaces all the lost strength and
makes every muscle perfect. It cures permanently in every case. It is worn while you sleep, and pours a
steady stream of electricity into the nerve center, saturating the weakened tissues and body with life. This
is strength. From it comes the vim, the energy, the fire of perfect physical and mental action. It renews the
health and happiness.
Duluth, Minn., Jan. 80, 1904.
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