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THE REPUBLIC: SATUEDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1900.
CHURCH NEWS AND
$T. LOUIS UNION BIBLE CUSS.
ISteps to Organize It to I5e Taken
Arrangements havo Just been completed
for the organization of a union Bible class
In St. Louis on a large tcale. Tho project
is under tho direction of tho following com
mittee, with headquarters nt room No. SM
Century bulldlr.s: D. R. Wolfe, chairman
Bible Study Committee, Suudiy School
Union; Wells H. Hurlbutt. president of tne
Christian Endeavor Union; J 1". Lickllder,
president of the Baptist Young People's
Union; A. E. Whltaker. president of the
Southern Epworth League L'nlon. William
G. Day, president of the Northern Epworth
League Union: George T Coxhead. generil
secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and Arthur
B- Arnbler. vice president of the Broth
erhood of St. Andrew.
The moiemont will be launched on Mon
day, September 21 Tuesd.iv, September 23,
at 11 a. m . William It. Newell, assistant
superintendent of the Moody Bible Ius-tl-tute.
Chicago, 'will conduct the devotional
exercises at the Evangelical Alliance meet
ing in the Odd Fellows,' building. Tho
Reverend Doctor James M. Gray of Boston
will follow with nn address on "How to
Master tho English Language."
At 3 p. m a general meeting of those In
terested in mo movement v.m he held at
the Immanuel Baptist Church. Cates and
Hamilton avenues. An address will be made
liv Doctor Gray A similar meeting will bo
held at the First Christian Church, at the
Eame hour, which will be addressed by Mr.
Newell In the evening, a, mass meeting
will bo held at the Lafavetto Bark Presby
terian Church. On Tuetdai. at 2 p. ra.
Doctor Gray will address another meeting
at tho Hjde Park Congregational Church.
Bremen and Blair avenues, and Mr Nevvell
will address n similar meeting at the same
hour at the Carondclet M E. Church Tues
day evening, a mass meeting will be held In
Association Hall. Central. Y. M. C A. build
ing, at which Dr. Gray and Mr. Newell will
Tuesday evening. October 2. the first reg
ular meeting of the Union Bible Class will
bo held ot a place to be determined later,
and Mr. Newell -will give the llri-t of the
course of Bible lessons, which Is to con
tinue etch Tuesday evening, until May 1.
J9uL The synthetic method to be pursued
throughout the entire course, without tak
ing the student, puts him in possession of
the outline of facts of the whole Bible,
showing him also the relationship of its
various parts. The plan his been in opera
tion in Chicago smce. 1SS6. and last ear
there were ot least 5,000 persons enrolled in
Its classes. It Is thought that the enroll
ment here will ba not less than 1,Oj0.
ST. LOUIS BAPTISTS TO MEET.
Association Will Hold Sessions at
Old Fee Fee Church.
Tho St Louis Baptist Association -will
hold its clghty-flrst annual convention at
Fee Feo Baptist Church, St. Louis County,
September 15-21. This church is the old
est Baptist congregation in the State, hav
ing been organized in 1S07, and In this time
has been favored with the annual session
of tho association nine times. Among Its
earliest pastors wero the Reverend John M.
Pack, the Reverend Thomas Mustek and
the Reverend Doctor S. II. Ford The fol
lowing is tho programme for tho eoir.en
tlon: Wednesday Afternoon Organization;
openir.tr words by the moderator, William
M. Senter; rcadlnc of communications by
secretary A. W. Payne; devotional exer
cises; election of officers, admission of new
churches: enrollment of visitors, address,
"Bible and Publications." J I" Herget.
The opening sermon will be preached by
tho Reverend Doctor J C Armstrong, and
the religious status of tho churches will t9
discussed by W. I Nash. Frank Morton
and A. P. How ells.
The programme for Thursday forenoon
will Include a report on the Missouri Bap
tist Sanitarium br S. B. Jones, G W.
Brown and G. E. Bigger; on the St. Louis
Baptist Hospital by J. G. Hardj. Frank
Pauls and Thomas Burgess; report of Com
mission on Sjstematlc Beneficence. J It.
Williams. J. L. La Prelle, Menta Sturgeon
and J. W. Stewart; State missions. Doctor
J. T. M. Johnston. W. O. Lewis and Chas.
Kooms. Thursday afternoon the report on
Baptist Orphans' Homo will be given by
E. V. Kyte, J. R. Williams and Doctor T.
C Carleton; Woman's Missionary and Be
nevolent Association, Doctor Breaker, Mrs
T. C. Carleton. Mrs. E. T. Trueblood; Sun
day schools, J. H Guyett, W. H. Barnes
and J. M. Paige. The special theme for tho
evening session will be "District Missions."
which will lnclado a report from the Board
of Missions by A. W. Payne, secretary ; re
port of the committee, by Doctor J. C.
Armstrong. W. E. Bates and XV. 11. Curtis.
Friday forenoon "Homo Missions" vv ill bo
presented by W. D. Bolton, A. Konzlemann
and W. B. Harris; "Aged Ministers." bv
Wllllam Wilson. F. G. Udell and S. A. Mcj
rly; "Education." by Doctor E. II. Saw
yer, L. M. Hall and G. R. Wise In the
afternoon "Foreign Missions" will bo dis
cussed by Doctor R. P. Johnston. J. H.
RoMee and E. J. Martin. Following this
discussion will be tho reports of commit
tees. UNION MISSION CELEBRATION.
Seventh Anniversary of Mr. Gott's
Pastorate to Be Observed.
TJhlon Mission will celebrate the seventh
vwilverBary of tho Reverend M. B. Gott's
"pastorate to-morrow night at the tent, at
Sixteenth and Chestnut streets. Seven years
Wo Union Mission Hall, at No. 113.2 Frank
lin avenue, had a seating capacity of 103.
Now Its hall will accommodate C00. In tho
Boven years thero have bevn more than
1,200 conversions. Some of these have en
tered the ministry! others havo gone into
With this anniversary service, the tent
meetings will close, and work will be re
sumed In full at the hall on Franklin ave
nue. To-morrow the Reverend Mr. Shepherd
will preach at 3:45 p. m. nnd at 8 p. m.. and
will continue tee meetings on Franklin
ttve-mio all next week.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.
The Reverend Doctor R. G. Seymour, gen
eral secretary of the American Baptist
Publication Society, will preach at the Sec
ond Baptist Church to-morrow morning and
the Reverend and Mrs. S. G. Neil will sing.
In the evening will be the loung people's
service at 6.45 o'clock.
The Fountain Park Consrregatlonal Church
will celebrate Its first communion slnco tho
return of Its pastor to-morrow at 11 o'clock.
The Sunday school of this church has
planned an annual rally day for Sunday,
Tho Reverend W. J. McKlttrlck, pastor ot
the First Presbyterian Church, has re
turned and will occupy his pulpit to-mor-zttw,
preaching in the morning upon tho
topic, "Graco and Truth." and jn the even
ing, "Human Needs and Divine Answers."
The usual musical prcli.de to the evening
service will be zlvcn at 7:40 o'clock, con
tinuing until 8 o'clock, and will include the
following selections. Andante from Fourth
Sonata (WIdor). organ, "Consolation"
(Liszt), harp; "Romance (Rles). violin,
harp and organ. The vocal appointments for
the choir In tho morning will include:
"Gloria In Excclsis" (Schilling); "The Lord
Ib My Light" (Allietsen). solo, bv Mr. Fol
lows. In the evening: "Deus Misercatur"
(Hchnecker); "Let My Pravcr lie set
Forth" (Woodman): "Tno Lord Is My Shep
fcord" (Mackenzie), .solo, by Mr. Moore.
Special gospel meetings are conducted at
the St. Louis City Mission. No. 102 South
Broadway, every evening, except Wednes
days anei Saturdays. Services will be con
ducted on Sunday as follows: Sunday school
at 3 p. m., regular evangelistic services at
8 p. m. Mrs. Marian S Murphy will speak
on "The Three Wavs." Music will be ren
dered by the mission choir and orchestra.
The officers and teachers of the Levee
Mission Sunday School are preparing fpr
an active fall campaign, which will be
Inaugurated next week., A new feature or
the school will be a chorus choir, which
will be formed under the leadership of
Messrs. Bergen and Kllnkamper to-morrow
afternoon. The rally-day service will be
beld on tho first Sunday in October.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety or Union M. E. Church, will hold Its
annual meetlnff at the church Friday even
Ins, September 2L The Reverend Doctor
Luocock. pastor of tho church, will talk
about his trip, to Europe, "nil at the close
or the meeting refreshments will bo Ecrv ed.
The regular mixed quartet and chorus
choir of the St. Peter's Episcopal Church
will render the following numbers to-morrow
morning: Arthur Fcote's "Te Deum
and Dudley Buck's "Benedlctus. For of
fetory' Miss Rosalie Werthlln win be heard
The Reverend F. P. Lawyer, missionary
t Aguas Calientes. Mexico, will preach at
tho Hope Congregational Church to-morrow-
morning and & A. P. Hajncs In the even-
Tho Reverend Doctor J. C. Armstrong,
editor or tho Central Baptist, will ypeak nt
the Central Y. M. C. A. to-morrow after
noon at 4 o'clock on "The Fate of the
Foolish Young Man."
Babbl Harrison will deliver his first ser
mon this morning at Temple Israel at W0
o'clock, and his theme will be, "Lcfusons
of the (Jalveston Catastrophe." Tin- Sim
day lectures will not begin for another
month, but sermons will ho delivered every
Saturday at 10.30 a. m.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Fountain Park Congregational Church will
give a trolley ride on the Suburban road
next Friday cvnlng uider the direction of
the Social Ceimmlttec.
There will lw a series of "Study Talks"
at the Central V. M. C A.. Grand and
KranMIn avenues. September 24 to 2.', which
are Intended to give full inform itioii to all
di siring to enter tho school Octot.fr 8. The
schedule la as follows. Mondav evening, T."J
to s.Co, English, English literature ami elo
cution; s.30 to y.30. business corresjundence
and public sp?ak!ng Tuesday evening. 7X0
to 8 !, algebra, penmanship and Germir.;
SiO to 9X0, reometrv, bookkeeping mid vo
cal music. Wednesday, 7 3u to k-3. arithme
tic. Latin and electricity, iXO to 3X0. Freneh
aru rneioric 'inurscijy evening, s to 3,
drawing and Spanish Friday evening,
civil and municipal government, general hi--trv.
typewriting and shorthand Ki.turtt.iy
evening, ste'am engineering, photogrnnhy
and tlrst aid to injured.
Owing to the State Convention of the
Christian churches of Missouri, there will
be no ministers meeting nt the Christian
publishing-rooms on next Mor.da'.
Tl-e Reverend John E Godbv. a well
known Methodist mint-tcr. Is visiting his
kinsman. Doctor C A. Dunnvant Dactor
Godby Is editor of the Ark mas Meth
odist, hut In previous ears -pe.it muth of
his time In and around St I.oul and has
manv acquaintances hore He- lias tilled th.
p ilplts of the Klrkwood Methodist Church
and St. John's Church in this eitv. Doctor
Godby will remiln In KIrkucod until the
beginning of the Methodl-n General Confer
ence in St. Louis on September 17.
NEW PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR.
The Reverend Charles II. Watson
Coming in October.
The Reverend Charles R. Watson, pastor
elect of tho First United Presbvtcnan
Church, Morgan and New stead avenues, is
expected to begin his work the first Sunday
In October. Mr. Watson Is the son of the
Reverend Doctor Watson, for many jears
a missionary In Egypt, is a graduate of
tiie itEV. chahles n. watsox.
New Pastor of First Tutted Prvliy
Princeton College and Allegheny Theological
Seminary, and had a successful pastorate
ot two years In the city of Allegheny. Pa.
The members of the church are looking
forward with enthusiasm to the coming of
their new pastor, and when he comes he
will find the church In flrst-clas working
The First Church was organized in 1SI9.
and its first place of worship was at the
corner of Fifth and Pine streets. Its first
church building was erected at the corner of
Fifth and Locust streets a year later, and
in Is73 It removed to the corner of Nine
teenth and Morgan streets, where it re
mained until the present structure was
Th pistors of this church In order are:
Tho Reverends Henry M. Johnston, Thomas
M. Cunningham, John McLean. Jame.s (5
Armstrong, Henry W. Crabb. John M. Wil
son. David C. Stewart and Robert Yost.
Throughout its history the First Church
has dono a vast amount of city mission
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES.
Topic: "The Broad and the Narrow
Way" (Matt vii, 13, 14.)
The theme for consideration at tho vari
ous denominational young people's societies
to-morrow evening is "The Broad and the
Narrow Way," founded on Matt. II,
13, 14 This lesson is in the closing pectlon
of our Lord's sermon on the mount, and
grows out of the preceding statements in
reference to disclpleshlp In tho Kingdom of
Two ways In life, and the only two, are
hero briefly outlined, but with sufficient
clearness and pointeelncss to mako sure the
meaning. First, there is the "broad wav"
and the "wide gate" which "lead to de
struction." This is tho way that is In
accord with the natural inclinations of de
praved human nature, and consequently is
wide and broad. It requires no particular
effort to puss through the gate leading to
this way, for It is like tailing with the
wind or drifting with the current. It is
like a boat launched on the Niagara River
at Buffalo and allowed to drift with tho
current. At first it moves like tho current
of any ordinary river, but soon It Incomes
swifter and swifter, until at last the
danger lino Is past, the rapids are reached,
and destruction is inevitable. Tho experi
ence Is taralleled every J ear in the ex
perlenco of thousands. Men and women
jefuse to take warning by the e-xperlence
of others, and laugh at notes of warning
and danger signals along the way. The
river ot life is strown with the wrecks of
manhood and womanhood, all because they
will walk through tho wide nate Into tho
broad way, whoso end Is destruction, both
of soul and body.
In contrast with this, the Master says,
"Enter je In at the straight gate, v.hlcn
lcadet unto life." Another gospel has It.
"Strive to enter into the straight sate."
emphasizing the effort required to ile 10.
The writer recali3 an cxjcrlence on this
same Niagara River. Just as th large
steamer, having on board about s.twO per
sons, rounded Grand Island, something ,;ot
wrong with the engine. The boat at ence
began to drift with the current, .end -'very
anchor on board was cast, but the- current
was to strong that the flukes were torn
lose from the rocks Tho signal of dis
tress was given and parsed up tne liverr, but
minutes seemed hours, as all on board
realized they wero drifting' rapidly toward
the falls. At last a steam tug came down
as far as the danger line and tloated a
line attached to a utrong steel cable. Tills
was quickly fastened to the helpless boat,
the tug put on full steam, the drifting
stoppeel anil all on board wore saved.
What a picture of those who are drifting
with tho current of sin Into which they
havo plunged themselves, and who all at
once wake up to their real danger! Doubt
less they havo again and again heard the
cry. "Young man, young woman, the rapids
are below you!" but to these warnings they
have turned a deaf car. By and by the
rapids are reached, they are helplcs and
hopeless, but as they near the falls a
strong arm from above reaches down and
rescues them from apparently certain de
struction. But why take such risk? How
much Eafer to keep away from the danger,
entering In at the straight gate that leads
to life eternal. True. It requires no small
effort, for It la like stemming tho current,
for the way of llfo runs counter to all our
natural Inclinations to sin. But it Is worth
all the effort It costs.
First of all, it brings peace of con
science, for it establishes right relations
with both God and man. Second, it brings
true happiness to the soul. Contrast the
home of the drunkard, the debaucbe, or the
follower of tho sinful pleasures of the
world, with that of one who Is 'truly a
man to God and mark the difference.
even to the third and fourth generation.
It Is as true as when first snokm tht thr.tr
that sow to the flesh shall of the flesh reap I
1 corruption, nnd they that sow to the Spirit
shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting.
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
DHLMAn AVr.NTi:, IMmar and renaleten: th
lte trend Doctor J. T M. Johnston. l"astor
MunilnA a lecture on the "l'arslon nay" will
be Elvcn tr the pa-aor. who has Just returned
rrom I.uroiH.-. k p. m., lecture eonsluded.
roi":TH. 'lnlrtee-nth and huhlvan; th nrv
ren.l A. llowdis, lutor n a. rn . "The
l.aw nf lncrtau and Decrease", s p. m.. "Does
GUV.M AVKNl'i:. No T01 North Grand; tho
Kercnl Aleln e'laxon. rastor l'M3 a. m.,
lterltt.on. Antlelpjiicn arj Lito"; $ p. m.,
V inn With a JU-.s.iBc"
I11MA.M i;L Cues on l Hamilton; the Kev
erenl C. 11 !lurra. Past, r 11 a. m. "Peek
Ins the Kligilum and Its IJlKhuouMirss"; 8 p.
m . ' A Lee-sun J-Vom the Lllo r Daniel."
Lvi-AMrrn; rAit:, i-itamte and Misisippi;
the Itevt'iYiij Doitur r. v Carleton. 1'astor
11 n in.. ' V Great s.n and a Great Blunder":
s p. m . "Sa inc v ord "
t-KeNI Isejuinu-l and Locu.t: tho Itever
end Dustor V" 11., l"a'tor Morning,
the ItfrVtrehd it el Sejmour. 1 IX. pnerai
.rl.ir of the Ami rican Uuptl-t Publication
s-otltt the Hevtrtril s. ,; pjj arla wife of
the cnajtel ear work will sing, C 4. p. m.,
i ouns l'ee i le a pe rv tee.
TA1I.OU i;M'1:. No KH North Tajlor; fi
Reverend h IZ. Kwlnc. Pastor 11 a. m , "jus
tho Kvninio of Oirtstlanite": S p. in.. "How
Lone Halt Yo lletneen Two Ol'inlonsT"
T11IHI elrand nnd VVaslilnmon tho lteverend
l.xtt.ri: I' Johnston. 1'at.tor It a m. "Mens
llsttniote of God'; s p. in.. "Tho lrlruar Ap
W.VTKlt TOWKlt. Gra and Florissant: the
ltewrerd J P Hersct. rattor Homing and
tvenlnj services aa uma
1M5.T l'VllK. Naitore ind Klla: the Iteverend
VV o l-et. raster Morning tnd evening ser
vices us iifuat.
aiWM I.Ll:T nolrt srd Vircinla. tho Her
erend W 1 IVilttm, I'astor Momlrs and eiea
Ihk perviei" as usual.
TOWlIi: GItei: No. 31 Norfolk, the Rev
erend 'enn s,tur:eon. rastor Morning and
evening te re Ices ns usul
IIlsM.ij, vVKM-i:. No 1 lz Russell, the Rev
erent lVink llcrton Pastor Morning and een
tn; Kirvieis as bual
rillST :nit"JAN No :tii ItauscheiMch. th
It. vcrend II shulz 1'ait. r l.lecl Morning an 1
een.s Mritc-s as usual
JUrTI- IfON I"'ft: iflermn) No. SIM South
J. f.'.ryiSn Awnue. the Ke..re-d J. G. Draewe!.
Pastor ilomirg and e verbis services as usual.
BIH I..ir, Marcui an 1 Ilnm-nett; the Revertnd
W A Mire. Pastor 11 a m . " eiospel
1'iejehnir' s p. m . "flieiue lardon "
CAKe.Jii:i.l.T. the.Rever.nd M I onborKer.
P.istor eject Morning and evening services ua
CSMIiU. nr.m Nenr Gmrd. the Reverend
Iivter Water?. Pastor Momlns and evening
services as uual
COMITUN nniGIITV: California nnd Pt. Vin
cent, tto Reverend S l: Moore, l'asior 11 a.
m. 'Our lather's Luslness', l. ni.. "He
EI.L.nNI)I.K: tho Reverenl A. J. Marshall.
1'astor Morntn ein.l ening serei-es as usual.
riKisT. lyjcust. Near Compton, the Reverend T.
U I'annjn Pastor 11 a. n. ana S P nv. serv
ices as usual
nnil. No KSl Fouth Sev.nth; tha Reverend
VV y Ham inn. l'astois-11 a. in, "Bxi
Fit'on of rhtli'.mi "', Sp m. "The Way of
eloJ Should IV Hxpounde.! More Perfects
relCRTH. Perroe aid Rlalr. the Reverend E
T Mcl'arland. Pastor Momine and evening
services n- usuil
K t'NT e'VHVN.SK. 'King's Illshwar aid Mor
jran. tho Revtrend Deleter I R. Dungan. l'as
tir Jiornins l d evening s.rvKes aw usual
t-l.tOM. Kleienih anl Tjler. the Reverend n.
l-nlts I'lttnun. Minister- 11 . a. ro . "lie
war, of e ..tuu-ness". 7 4 p. m . Commemo
rative Institutions.' Miovied ly the Lords
Tl M li. Tavedo l"irt.. tho Reverend T N
ei.l ette. Pastor Moralng and evening rervlces
1"ST lrsi). Pljmouth and Hanlltnn; the Rev
erenl e) A Laitholemen l'asior Morning and
tuun gerviees as usual
CKVTRVI.. Nrwstead i.i. Iv'.mjr, the Rcvrcnd
il.iu.ird s M.'jeal. P.-.3t.r 11 a m. "signs
e.f the Tines". N i m. f:tc anl Offspring"
CJll'RCH " Till: i:iLBi:ali:!t. Rirrett and
'n-iini. rtn fh. 1'M.snd K R Hill. Pastor
M. rul I. and ewnin r..ces as usual.
COMITUN IIH.L, e inpt'i and La'ajette; the
Rcvennd V." V. N'eil I'aitor Morning and
eienirLr service, as uuil
MR-IT L.lmar. Near Grard tho Revtrend Doc
tor e II lMtton l'ast II a m. "Rivers of
Liv'iu vVat.r ! p m . llpnes or Men '
rciNTVIN PVR5C Au'ert and Fo.iat.iln: the
Reiei.nd f e'loraer l'asior ,1 a m . "Citl
z.n'hli. 1. I! wed be th, Oonirrunlon". ft p m ,
V lr. nd tie l.eiAjnl ."f Hli Heroism"
liMvr; PR;c. Ur-irei srd lllalr, th Reverend
Wl'l.imM Ji.ies, l :i i. li.:or Morning and
ev enlag s. rv hos as uu. 1
IMMV.NURU JJamoek anl Jamlescn; the Rev
erend Milton J Norton. 1'astor Morning and
evening ten lets as uual
MKMORIAU i-ulpr-er anl IVas; the Reeerend
Crank Fner. 1'aEtor 11 a in. "The Grapes
vt Kscl-ol ' s P m. "Tho Galveston Tragedy
t.nd sVme of Its LetFons."
OLl i: DRANCII S'clney and Mlssourt: the Rer
eiend William Jehnson. Pastor Morning. "Add
ing frell-Control". evening, "Who Will Ra
riLGRIM. tTMhlngtcn rn 1 Rwlng: the Reverend
Doctor M. Rurnham. I'aetor 11 a, m.. "C. le
hrstlon of the Lord sapper". eenlng. "Tho
eonllt:ons ot Otcdience to tho Divine Cora
mamls." IU:bi:r rLACC llackllnd anl Old Manch-ster:
th Reverend Firth Btr.nger. I'astors-Mornlng
aid evening service as usual.
UNION. No. 13 North Tenth: the Reverend S.
T MiClnnej, paster The Reverend 3. i. UnS
ay will treach nnrnins anu evening
THK T.va3KRNACI,E. Oark and Twenty-third
Morntcer and evening fervlcsa as usual
JIAPI.KVi'OOD. the Reverend T. T. Holway,
1'astor Morning and evening service's aa usual.
OLD ORCHARD: the Reverend Harry munt.
1'astt.r Mernln and evening services us usuil.
WKUSTRR GROVES, the Revererd a L Klose.
1'astor Morning and evening services as usjal.
HOPE. Re-It ard Easton Horning and evening
rervices as usual
l'l. MOUTH. No ;T07 nolle Glade Morning and
evening Mtrvlcets as usual.
CHRIST CHKRCH CATHEDRA!.. Thirteenth
end Ijscust; the Reverend ti .L D-ivli. Dean
i a m and S a. m.. holy communion; it a. m.
und s p. m . sermon and services.
ClH'KCtl Ol IHK Abe'EN-siOX. Cates and
UtHHlfellow. th Iteverend Doctor J. R. Win
chester. Rector 11 a. m. and it p ra.. acm-.on
C1H Itllt Ol THE HOLT COMMUNION.
Tie cnt j -eighth and tVasMngton; the Reverend
Robert E. I-ee Craig. Rector' a. m . holy
communion: 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. sermon and
GltAe'H. Eleventh and Warren, the Reverend J.
I" T Ingraham Rector-M:a a. m. and 8 p.
m . permon and services.
MOUNT CALVARV. Grand and Lafayette: the
Reverend I". W. Fautitlerov. Rector 11 a. m.
Rnd lp.ni, sermon and services
BT ANDREW?. Garrison and Cass: th- Rev
erend J. A. Doorls, Rector It a. m. and S p. m ,
6ermon nnd services.
ST. AL'GLTlNns., Uruno and Rlendon; the
Iteverenl G. D II. Miller, Rector 11 a. m..
sermon nrd sen Ices.
ST. cIlRlfaOSTOMS. No. 43M John; the Rever
end William Ranlens. Rector 2:0 p. ni . Sun
day school. ZJ2Q p m. sermon and services.
ST. GLORGE's. Pend!ton and Olive; the Rev
eicnd lvoctor 1. A Holland. Rector 11 a. m.
and 4 30 p. m . sermon and services. 11 a. m.,
"Tho specter's W-untng"
BT. JUIEs's, Goode and Cote Crllllante: the
Reverend E. Duckworth. Rector 11 a. m. and
8 p. m . services and sermon.
ST. JOHN'S. Hlekory nnd Dolman: the Rev
erent C N. Mrllcr. Rectcr 7J0 a. m . holy
coinmiintrn. UA-t a. ni. and 8 p. m., sermou
ST. MARK'S. Portleth and Washington: the
Reverend J. K. Rrennan. Rector 9 a. m., hoiy
communion, 11 a. m . sermon and fervlces.
ST. I'ETER'S. I.lrdell and spring; the Rever
end William Short. Rector 11 a. m.. sermon
ard eervices. 11 a, m . holy communion on
the flret s.Undiy tn each month, and 8 a. m.
on olt other Sundavs.
ST. PHILIPS. L'rlon and Maple: the Reverend
William L'mer. Hcctorll a. m. and 8 p. m.,
rennon and eervlce-s.
PT STEPHEN'S. Sixth ami Rutger; the Rever
end el Tuckcrman. Rector 7 and S a. m . holy
communion, s p. m , sermon and services.
TR1NIT1. mnklln and Channlng; the Reverend
W llllam Rarders. Rector 8 a. m.. holy com-'
munlon, 11 a. in. and 8 p. m., Bcrmoa end
ST MATTHEWS. Wilson, Near rrlsco rark;
the Reverend C. II Collins, Rector H a. m.,
pel iron and services.
ST. PAUL'S. No CS16 Michigan 10.45 a. m., ser
mon and cervices
HOLY INNOCENTS. Morgan Ford Road and
Tr.olozan: the Reverend G. A. Ottmnn. Rector
7.i0 a. m.. holy communion; 10:ii a. ni. and
7Ji0 p in. vrmon and services.
CHI ROH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. No. ISM
Mlena. tho Reverend R 1 Nearton. Rector
11 a m and 8 p m. sermon and services.
ST THOMAS'S MISSION. Thirteenth and Lo
cust (Dear Mute); the Reverend J. 1L Cloud,
Rector U r.. m., sermon and cervices In tho
CARONDELET (Sruth) Virginia and Haven:
the Reverend J. F Trlpiett, Pastor Morning
end evening services as usual.
CARONDKLET. No 7100 Vl-gmli; the Reverend
II. G. Mais. Pastor services us usual.
COWMAN ebear and Twentieth, the Reverend
Joe A. Raker, Pastor berv ices as usual.
CFNTENARY (South). Sixteenth and PIre: the
H-verend Doctor J. II. leung. 1'astor Services
CVeOK AVFWE (outh). Cook and Spring; the
Reverend Doctor R. D. Smart, Pastor Services
EDEN German). Nineteenth and Warren: the
Reverend L. t". Magaret, Pastor Services as
riltbt (Pouth). Glasgow and Dayton: the Rev
erend Doctor J. It, Early, Pastor Services as
GOODE AVENUE, Coode and North Market:
tho Reverend B. P. White. Pastor Services as
IMMANUEL (South), McCausland; the Reverend
V. H. LaPrade. Pastor Services as usual.
LAFAYETTE PARK (South). Lafayette and Mis
souri; the Reverend Doctor C E. Pattlllo.
1'astor ben Ices as usual.
UNDELL AVENUE. N'ewstead and LIndell:
the Reverend Doctor Daniel Dorchester. Pas
tor Services ss usual.
MAULi; ;VE?U.1? 5,1, and Marie: the Rever
rUi D?f.,ir.A' 5L,.B'ulnSlX. Pastor 11 a. m.,
"The Might and Majesty of God's Purpose": 8
D. m . as usuaL
MAlY,,N.F(S?ilt, Sfri"h Bnd Sidney; the Rev
erend IX. a McPherson, 1'astor Service as
M8!JT,A,V.BV7-VSm,h' Nort1- Market and
Hodiamont: the Reverend Josephus Stephan.
Pastor-Morning "A Purifying Hope": eveS:
Irg. "The Galveston Storm and Its teesons.'
MEMORIAL (German), Jefferson and Anvimu..
the Reverend William SchutPanorstgrricei
CAUANNB (South). Arcade Hall; the Reverend
Doctor B. M. Mcsslck. PajrtopTservice,
ST. JOH.VS(South), Locust an4 Ew)I.c. ...
Ki''a,s-sst.aifCt0r l Hopkl,l rJwcrv8
BT. LUKE'S, Potomac and Texas; the Bevertad '
Harry Whlto. Pastor Moraine ana evening
services as usuaL
ET. PAUL'S (South). No. 1512 St Louis; the
Reverend M. T. Haw. Pastor Mornlnr and
evening services aa usual.
TOWER GROVE (South). No. 1117 Kentucky; the
Reverend W. A. Brown, Pastor Homing and
ev enlng serv Ices as usual.
TRINITY. Tenth and North Market: the Rever
end George E. Stokes. 1'astor Morning and
evening services aa usual.
TYLER PLACE (South). Tower Grove and Mc
Ree 11 a. m and S p. m . preaching Ly tho
Reverend L. R. Jenkins of Inieblo. Coin
UNION. Lucas and Garrison- the Reerend Doc
tor JC. Luccock. Pastor Serv Ices at 11 a. m.
and H p m.. us usual.
WAGONER PLACE (Senith) Waginr and
Luckv; the Reverend Doetor T. E. s,harp. Pas
torMorning nnd evening services a usual.
OLD ORCHARD AND TUXEDO, the Reverend
T. E. lrall. Pastor Jfornlig and evening serv
ices an usual.
JENMNCS, the Reverend R. D. Snder. Pastor
Morning and evening services ni usual.
EPWORTH C11APEU New stead and Elmbank
Mornlng and evcnlrg services as usual.
OAK MILL. Corner Morgan Ford Road and
Oleatha. the Reverend U. II. Kakei. Pist'r
Jlornlng and evening services as usual.
BRANIC MEMORIAL (touth), Aub'rt and Tag:
the Reverend W. M Ijnqtrr. I'astor Morning
nn.t evenlnje services as usual.
CARONDELirr. No. tils Michigan; the Reverenl
J H. Gauss. Pastor Morning and evening
servltei as usual.
CENTRAL (South). Ijicas and Garrison, the
Reverend A. F. Carr, Pastor Morning and
evenlnr rervices as usual.
COTE IIRILLlANrE. Marcus and L..badle. the
Reverend II. M Campbell. 1'astor Morning and
evening services as usual.
CURUY MEMORIAL, Utah and Texas, the Rev-
,-if-nu joeeor i.. e. evaiKer. fast - Morning,
lhe First Evancellst i.f the Hesnrriiirtn"
evening, '"ihe Message to Smjrna"
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. No K) North
Grand, the' Revere-d F. T. Connor. Pastor
i' a m: "True Worship". 8 p. m., "W Ithout
COOK AVENUE (South). Conk and Sarah, the
Rev erend Doctor M. el Gorln. 1'astor Morning
end evening rervices as utua I.
ORACH, Ridge and Ulacksumc; the Reeerend E
C Jacka. 1'astor Morning. "The Power of
Christ t'pon Relievers"; evening, "The Design
und Object of Life."
GRAND AVENUE (South). Grant and Washing
ton; the Reverenl Doctor J. F Cannon. Pa-tor
Morning and evening services us uual.
GRAND AVENUB (U. P.). Gran 1 anl rorest
1'arl. Foulevard; the Reverc-d J W. Ashveood.
1'astor Morning and evening services as usual.
FIRaT. Washington anl i-arali. th Reverend
Doetor J. W. McKlttrlck. Pastor Morning.
"Grace and Truth"; evening, 'Human Need
and divine Answers."
riRST (U. P.). Morgan and NewMead The Rev
erend i liar lea it. vvatsoi. Pastor-Elect Morn
ing and evening serv lees as usuil.
FIRST (German), Tenth and Rutjter, the Rever
end J. e;. Kessler. Factor Morning anl even
ing services aa usual.
LArAllrTTE PARK, Albion and Missouri, tho
Reverend Doctor S C. Palmer. Pastor 1U.2' a.
m . "A Good Resolution. Well Founded"; (Ps.
lxill. 7); 8 p. m. "A Little while" (John xvl,
LEE AVENUE. Prairie and Lee: the Reverenl
Henrj Gardner. Pastor Sfornln, "Wh Do
So Many Men Ieiong to the Lodge Rather
Than the Church?": evening. "The Uroad Way
and the Narrow Way."
LUCAS AVENUE (Cumberland), Lncas and
ehannlrg; the Reverend Doetor R p. Fuller
ton Pastor Morning. Life and Kread, Ro-ly
and Raiment", evening. "Excesses."
McCAUhLAND AKVUB. Renton The Rever
end J N. Real! will preach, "Tho Word In
carnate." MEMORIAL TARERN'ACLE. I'lfteenth and
can-, the Reverend Doctor II. Msglll. Pastor
Iornlng and evening services, as usual.
MENARD STREET MlfablON. Menard and
Julia, the Rev erend Charles Stelzle. Pastor
Morning and evening services as usual.
S ORTH, Eleventh and chamlrs; the Reverend
J e, Klene. Iastor Morning and evening
serv ires as ue.ual.
NORTH CARANNE: the Reverend Howard H.
s-mltli. 1'astor Morning and evening services as
OAK HILL, Rent and Humphrey; the Rev
erend I R Leland. Pastor-Morning as usual;
8 p. in, the Reverend Charles Evans of East
St lyiuis will preach.
PEOPLE'S (South). No S16 North Eleventh; the
Reverend Ixtor J. M. tpencer. Pastor serv
ices a4 usual.
RAiMOND PLACK (Cumberland). King's Iligh-
nr uu ..duuiuje. me ivrvereuu lajleT lier-
nard. Pastor Momlng and evening cervices as
SECOND. Tajlor and Westminster: the Rever
enl S. J. Mcccllus. U. D, Pastor
The Reverend C. M. Ranch. It a. m . "Th
Race of Life"; 7:l. p. m.. Gospel service.
SECOND (German), Nee Gil North Nineteenth:
the Reverend J. r. Mueller, Pastor Morning
and evening services as usual.
TJLER PLac'E Clad and touring; the Reverend
Debtor J el Urandt, Pastor Morning. "Prac
tical 1 ses of the Llble."
WASHINGTON AND COMITON AVENUE: the
Re. erend Doctor l"rank W. Snee.l. Pastor
Morning an J evening services as usual.
WEST, Maile and Maryland; the Reverend Doc
tor F. I leiiruson. Pastor Morning. "Un
answered Prayer"; evening, "A troubled
WALNUT PARK (German). RoWn and Har
nej; the Reverend F. If. Aurderhtfde. Pastors-Morning
and evening services as usuil.
WELTER GROVES: th Reverend Doctor W.
II. Rates. Pastor Morning and evening serv
ices aa usual.
COJU-TON HILL CHAPEL. No. ZM Li Salle:
the Rev erend V. O. Sc.iraan". Pastor Morning
and evening services as usual.
WAG,.X,EU "-ACE " P.); the Reverend N.
J. Walter. Pastor Morning ond evening serv
ices as usuaL
FERGUSON, the Reverend M. V. P. Teaman.
I astor Morning and evening services as usual.
ROCK HILL: the Reverend W. R. Smith. Pastor
Mornlrg and evenlnir pen.tr nv. .....a
CLIFTON HEIGHTS: the Reverend E. J. Urown.
1 ostor Morning and evening services as usual.
vJ11,?"8.'." "Jl? CMrJInal; the Reverend
Doctor M. Rhode Inistor-lJ.45 a. m.. sermon
tiy the Reverend Charles Evans.
MOUNT ejAIA'ARY. No. lhlrj Euclid; the Rev
?,rt" .r T.' P'jner. pastor-13.30 a. ni . "The
liehavlor of he Impels Refers and After Their
Cleanslrg"; 8 p. m . "For Theirs Is the King
dom, the Power and the Glorv."
GRACE. Girrlson and St. Louis: the Reverend
II i. feommer. I'astor Morning and evening
services as usual.
MAPLE AVENUE. Maple and Clarendon- the
Reverend J. C. Horning. Pastor Morning "Di
vine Strength"; evening. "Divine Oversight."
PA I.EM (German!, the Reverend W. F HnrM
meler, I'astor Morning and evening services as
SHAARE EMETII. Undell and Vondeventer; the
IteverecJ Samuel bale. Rabbi.
TEMPLE- ISRAEL. Pine anl Ifflngveell; the
Reverend Doctor Leon Harrison. Rabbi Morn
ing, "Lessons of the Galveston Catastrophe."
CHURCH OF THE MES-1IAH, Garrison and
l.ocust; the Reverend Docter John W. Day
p.stor li a. m. "After Vacation"
CHURCH OF THE UNITY. Park and Arm
strong; the Reverend E. O. Spencer, Pastor
UNION MISSION, No UK Franklin: the Rev
erend M. li. Gott. I'astor s.jo a. m , prnlse
service: 11 a. m , the Reverend w. E shep
herd. lJu, Sunday school; 3 3i p. m.. gospel
ST. LOUIS CITY MISSION. No. 1103 South
Rroadwa; Mr. nnd Mrs M. F. Murphy, Super.
Sntendents 3jo p. m., Sunday school; 8 p. m.,
eeangellstlc services. a
CHRISTIAN ASSEMRLY. Foteom nnd Tower
Grove; the Reverend A. K. Nelson. Pastor
Morning and evening services as usual.
CHURCH OF GOD. No. 3S3 Montgomery; the
Reverend II, H. Splher, Pastor lOJj a. m..
"The Prnv er of Faith"; 3 p. m . "Our Mns
Forgiven"; 8 p. m . "The Bverlastlng Arnis."
OPEN-DOOR MIHS10N, Seventh and Gra'Jot:
the Reverend and Mrs. Haines, Superintendents
Dr. m., pralsa service: i;.5 p. m.. bunday
school; 8 p. m , preaching
HOLINESS JII&SION. No. C3 Eastcn-19 a. m .
praise service; 1.:4 p. m, Sunday school; 1:30
and S p m, preaching; S 39 p m. Evangelist
W. J. Thompson; 7. 40 p. m., Mrs. Lottie Nash.
NIEDRINCIIAUSt MISSION, Cass and seventh:
Mrs. M. Woodward Harris. Superintendent 3
p m , Sunday school; 8 p. m., preaching.
UNIVERSAL UROTHERIIOOD (Theosophj). No.
812 Emllle Building. Ninth and Olive 3 p. m.,
"lTieosophv and the Rlble."
LATTER-DAT PAINTS. Elliot and Benton ta
rn, Sunday school; 11 a. m. and 8 v. m.,
preaching. Humphrey and Morgin Tord-M a.
m , Sunday school: 2.30 and 8 p. m . preaching
No. 6731 Manchester 10 a. ra., Sunday school:
2 30 and 8 p. m.. preaching.
FIRST SPIRITUAL ASSOCTATION. Howard's
Hall: tha Reverend Thomas Grlmshaw. Pastor
10:4$ a. m , "Spiritualism as I'hllo-iophlcally
Understood by Science": 7:45 p m. "Liberty."
WILLING WORKERS' ASSOCIATION (Interde
nominational); City Hall. 7'3-J p. ra.; Female
Hospital and Marine Hospital. 2:: Jo p. m ;
Poor Farm, 2 p. m.
LUTHERAN MISSION FOR THE DEAF.
Twenty-first and Denton; the Reverend II.
Halberg. Pastor 3 p. m . sen Ices In the sign
DIVINE HUMANITY (Swredenborglan). Dlmar
and Spring; the Reverend S. C. Eby. Pastor
11 a. m . "Man's Catastrophe and the Goodness
THE TEMTLE. Beaumont and Locust; the Rev
erend L. C and Mrs. McGee Hall. Pastors
Services at 3 and S p. n. as usual.
SOCIETY OF IRACnCAL CHRISTIANITY,
Eighteenth and Pcstaloixl 11 a. m.. Mr. II. K.
roster 'Will speak on "The Relation of Man to
NONSECTARIAN CHURCH, LIndell and Vande
venter: the Reverend R. C, Cave, Pastor
Morning services as usual.
CATHEDRAL Walnut, between Second and
Third; the Reverend Eugene. Coyle, Pastor
Mass at 8, 8 and 10.W a. m.: vespers. 3:30 p. m.
ANNUNCIATION. SUth and L Salle; th- Rev
erend J. J. Head. Pastor Maes 8. 8.30 and
10.es a. m : vespers, 3:30 p. m.
ASSUMPTION. Sidney and Ninth: the Reverend
Patrick Dooley, Pastor Mass, 7.30 and 10 a. ra.
HOLT CROSS (German) .Church Road Near
Bltner: the Reverend Peter Wlgger. Pastor
Mess, 5.30 and 10 JO a. rn.: vespers, 240 p. m.
HOLY GHOST (German). Taylor and Garfield;
the Reverend II. Tobe, Pastor Mass, 6.8 and
10 a. to.: vespers. 1p.m.
HOLY INNOCENTS'. Brannon and Magnolia:
the Reverend John White, ?astor Mass at 8
and 10 a. ra.
HOLY NAME OF JESUS, No. 2041 East Grand:
the Reverend Patrick M. Tallon. pastor Moss
at 6. 8. J and 10 a. m.: vespers, 70 p. ra.
SACRED HEART. University. Near Twenty
flfth: the Reverend James McCabe. Pastor
Mass, 6.30. 7, 8.30 and 10 a, ra.; vespers. 7.0)
VISITATION. Tajlor and Eaiton: the Reverend
E. J. Dempsey. Pastor-Maes. 6, 730, 1 and
1030 a. m : vespers. 3.30 p.m-
HOLY ANGELS'. St. Ange and la BaRe; the
Reverend V. M. Klelty. I'astor Mass, s, i. 833
and ID a. ro.; vespers, 3.30 cs m.
HOLY ROSARY. New-stead and Margaretta' the
Reverend D. J. Lavery. Pastor Mass at 6.
7nVA O e.siltAis 1A i sail nl as
IMMACUIATE CONCEPTION. Jefferscn and I
locust: the Bavtresd O. D. Power, 1'uter . I
llsss. 6. 7.20, 9 and 10 39 a. ra.; Sunday school,
2 p. m.
LADY or GOOD COUNSEL. Fleventh and Des-trehan-
th Reverend 1". O'Donohue, pastor
Mass. 7 and 1 ' a. m.: vespers. 3 p. rn.
LADY Ol MOUNT CARMEL. Church and
Hall's Ferry Roads: the Reverend D S Phe
lan. Pastor Mas. 7J0 and 1030 a. m.: ves
pers. 2:30 p. m.
LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOR (German).
Linton and Twentieth: the Reverend Augustine
J. Schilling. Pastor Mas-. 30. 8 and li a. ra.:
v es pen. 2.2'' p. m.
ST. AGATHA'S (German). No. 32 South Ninth:
the Reverend Henry Schrnge. I'astor Mass, .
8 and 10 a. m.; vespers, 2.3") p. m.
ST. AGNEs S. Sidney ind Salena. the Reverend
Jclin T. Tannrath. Pastor Ma's. b. 7.30, 8.30
end 10.13 a. m.. vein, h p. m
ST. AIXlVSIUS'S. Mignolla nnd Januarr: the
Reverend F. O. Holweck. Pinor Mass 7:15,
I 30 and 10 a. m.: ves's-r. 23") p. m
ST. ALPHONSUS'S. Grand and Cook Mass S'15,
C. 7. 8 nnd S a. m.; high mass, 10J a. m.; ves
pers, i wi p. tn.
ST. ANVS. Page and Wl Ittl'r; the Reverend O.
J McDorald. Pastor Mass. t. 7.2). lu 3J a.
m ; ver-rs. 730 p in.
ST. ANTIION'Y'S (German) Mmmw an.l Comp
ton. the Revrrin.I Francis Albers. I'astor
Mass. r, g and wa.ni, ep.rs 2M p. ro.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S (German) Usmore and He
len: tho Reverend II A Hukesteln. Pastor
i.ass. e. 8 and 10 a. m : vespers. r3 p m.
ST. ANTIIONl'S(Syrlo-;lir.inIte). No. CIS South
Second, the Reverend ejeorse Emmanuel, ras
tor Mass. 3 am.
ST BERNARD'S. Haw'e nnd Grattnt: the Rever
end Peter J. Bremerlch. Pastor Mass. J .30, 7:21
anl 1.) a m.. vespers 2 p m.
ST. RONIFACII'S'S (Germm) Michigan and
Schlrmer. the Reverend II Nieters Pastor
iloss. 5. 8 and 10 a m : vespe-s. 2.30 p. m.
6T. RRIDGirrs. Carr an.l JefTerson. tl.o Rever
end Edn Uenlon. Pastor-Mass. C.30 tu 10 JO a.
..... frfr. a p. m
ST. CAMUllt'r. Eighth nnd Mullanphy: the Rev
erend Itanhael 1. X. eJniellnslel. i-astor-lUss,
o. 8 and Da m : vesper.. 3 p. m.
ST COLUMHKII.UrS. Michigan and Divls:th
Reverend IVenels .T r.m. Isir.rs.!.Ts c. 8
and 10 a m ; vei-er. 4 p. m.
ST CRONAN'S. Iioyle and Swan: the Reve-end
J 1- I olej. Pastor-Mass. 6. 7 JO. 9 and 1) a.
m . ve.spers. 2 p. m.
ST' ':.".'u"A1:r,"!-". flari ard Miffitt; the Rever
end I.duar.1 J. W)nn. Pastor Mai. 7.30 and
I J n m . vespers. 4 p ni.
ST LLIARETH'S milored). No. SIS North
I ourteenth. th- Reverend Michael F. Filch.
I astor Mass. 7, ,zo and 9.3 a. tn . vetie.-s.
R p. m
ST. MATTHEW''?. Krnnerlr and Sanh: the
Revererd Joseph T Mile! Is Pastor-Mass. 6.
. 3'J. S 3) and 10 a m.; vesper.. 7:.0 p in.
ST MICIIM:l'. Eleventh anl Clinton, the
Reverend Jllelmel J. McCabe. I'vtur-Ma'S. 6.
1 -a. 9 and 10 TO a. m : vesWr,. ;jn p. m.
ST: NICIIOISS (Gerrran). No 1S21 Iicas.
'"e Reverend Joseph, A. Schaefers. Pastor
Mass, c. 8 and 10 a. m.
ST. 1'ATRICK'S. stvth and RI.MIe; the Reverend
Tlrrothy Dempsej. Pastor Ma-s, e. 7.S). 3 and
30 a m ; vespers, S 30 p. m.
Sti J'ETEIt AND PAUL'S (German). Seventh
and Allen; the Reverend G F. Goller. I'astor
Mass, t. u. m. ; v r spe rs. 4 p. rn.
ST. ROSITS. GondfeKow- and Etzl; the Rever
erd J. J. McGIynn. I'astor Mase. 6 SO. S and
II a. Dl
ST .STANISIwVUS'S (Poi'sh). Twertleth anl
ass. th Reverend Urban Mai&n-kt. lnistol
Mass. 7:3.) and 9sji a m.. vesirs. 3 j.. m
ST. TERESA'S. No. 2113 North Grand, the Rev
erend J A. Cornell), Pastor Mass. J'lJ, i
ard 3 13; high mass. 10 30 a. m.. children's
mass. 8 a. m.; benediction. S p. in.
ST. THOMAS OF AQI'IN'S. Iowa and Osnge:
the Reverend John II. May. I). D.. I'astot
Mass, 6. s and U a. m.; Sunday school, 230
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S (German and Eng
lish). Park and Mm!:; the Reverend 1 W.
Kenrltk. C. M ; the Reverend V. II. A-muth.
' M.: the Reverend 1. V. Judge, C M., the
Reverend S I' Hueber. (". M . Pastors Mai
utid sermon. C'Zt. C 30 and 9.43 a. m ; high
mass und sermon. 8 anl 10 i a m.; vespers,
devotions and benedictions, 3.20 p. m.
ST. WENCi:sLUS-S (Uohemlanl. No 2SH Ore-
fon. the Reverend ehas Rlake. I'astor Mass,
and 10 a. m., vesiers. 3 p. m.
SS. MARY AND JOSEPH'S, illnnesota anl
Iron, the Reverend Miles v. Tubjn. I'astor
Mass. 8 and 10 .1. m
ST. KEVIN'S. Park anl CarJInal; the Reverend
E.I J. hea, I'astor Mass. &:. 7. S 00, 9.3u
and 10.M .t m
ST. MARGARirrS. Ru-sell ard Vondeventer
Masses at 7 anl 10 a. in.
ST. ENGELRERTS. Carter and Marcus: the
Reverend Art 11 1'aiick, Pastor Mats. 8 and
10 a. m., vesperr. 20 p. m.
ST I RANCIS DK sLir (Gcrmanl. Gravels
and Ohio; the Revert nd 1' J. Iot, I'astor
Mass-. 3, 7.13 and 10 a. in : vespers, 2.3) lem.
ST. I llANC'IS XAVIRKS eirand an.l Undeit:
the Reverend Henrv S. Rron'eest. & J Ma-s
t. C. 7. 830 and 10.30 a- in.; vespere, 7:43 x. m.
ST IIEMII'S. Hickorv and California: the Rev
erenl John A. Hoffman. Pastor Mass. 6.30,
7.2) and Da m . vespers. 3 p. rn.
ST. JVMFb't. Tamm, Opposite Wade; th Rev
erend E. A. casej, I'astor Mass, s anl 1)
ST JOHN'S. Sixteenth and Chestnut: tie Rev
erend James T Cir?e5. Pastor Maes. b, 730,
9 and 13o u. m.: vespers. 8 p. m.
ST. JOHN OF NKPOMUK'd (Bohemian). Sou
lird and Eleventh, the Reverend Joseph lles
eoun. Pastor Mass, 8 and 10 a. m.; vespers, 3
ST. JOSEPH'S (German). Eleventh and Riddle:
the Reverend J. I-rancIs Valazza. S. J Mass.
6. S and 10,a- nu; bunday echoe1 ut 2 p, in.;
benediction .at 3 p. m. "
ST. HWRENCB tVTOOI.E'S, Fourteenth and
OTallnn; the Reverend M. S. Rrennan. Pastor
Mass, t.0, 7, 8, 9.13 and 10.30 a. m.; vespers,
3.30 p ra.
ST. J.i-.O'S, Mullanphy anl Twenty-third: the
Reverend J. II. Harty. Pastor Mass. 53. 7.
8 SO for children: 9 D.30. vslth sermon: even
lrg service, consisting of rosary, sermon anl
ST. LIBORIUS-S (German). North Market and
Hogon; the Reverend G. A. l:els Pastor Mass,
b. 8 and 10 a. ra.; vespers at J 30 p. nu
ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPEL, New-stead
and -i.anland; the Reverend P. F. O'Reilly.
Pastor Mass, C, 7.30. 9 and 1333 a. rn.; ves
pers. 4 p. m.
ST. MALACHVS. Clark end Ew-lrg; the Rever
end (hares Zlegler. l'asior Mass, c.30, 7, 8-W
and 10:30 a. nu; vespers. 730 )e m.
ST. MARK EVANGELIST. I'ige nnd Academy;
the Reverend Peter J. O'Rourke, Pastor Mass,
C:30. 7.43, 9 and 10 30 a. m.
ST. .MARY'S (German). Third and Gratiot; the
Reverend W. Faerber. I'astor Mass. 6. 8 and
10 n. m.. Sunday scnoel at 2 p. nu; benediction
at 3 p. ra.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON.
The Kith Fool. (Luke xii, 1323.)
Prepared for The RepnMIc by Reverend J. E.
Glloert. I) D . Secretary of American Society
of Religious Education.
CONTKXT-Ve are studvlna; In n period
of our lord's ministry of which Luke
was only historian. No one his
been aide to account for the silence
of tho other evangelist"), who must have
been well acquainted with nil that
transpired. The events pertained to
the last journey to Jerusalem, which
was full of Interest. After the parable of
the Rood Samaritan, which formed last Sun
daj's lesson, Luke relates tho following; in
c'dents: The visit of Jesus to the home of
Mary nnd Martha, the Instruction on the
subject of rraycr. the casting out of devils,
the sign of Jonah announced, the eve of
clear virion, the eating with a Pharisee, tho
denunciat'on of the lawyers, the warning
against the teaching and Influence, of the
Pharisees. (Luke x, 2S. to xi. 12.) The pas
sage set for to-dajs study is usually called
a parable, although a tew scholars have at
tempted to show that it had a basis in fact,
a real occurrence being taken to illustrate
REQUEST (Verse 13) Jesus was inter
rupted in tho midst of an Important dis
course. One of hli hearers had come into
the assembly as many now attend the
church service, the mind engaged with
worldly affairs. He had sustained, as ho
supposed, n great wrong, tho remembrance
of which prevented due consideration of the
spiritual truths uttered by the great Teach
er. Satisfied that the wisdom of Christ was
adequate to pronounce Judgment in matters
of controversy, and that his popularity
would cause those who heard to heed the
Judgment, the man suddenly broke In with
a personal request. He asked that a broth
er, who had been mercenary and unjust,
should make proper division of an estate,
that the inheritance might bo rightly shared
that, in fact, Jesus should become the
arbitrator and order the adjustmont. This
service was frequently rendered by religious
teachers who were thought to be disinter
ested and linpirtlal.
nEPIY (Verse II) The office of an um
pire In this case was declined. True, the
Savior might have performed a good deed
by causing one man to jield to another
what was the tatter's due. He who makes
peaco (Matt, v, 9) and establishes justice
serves both God and man. But there was
much wisdom In this refusal. Jesus had
no authority to judge. He might have been
censured had he acted without authority.
There were civil tribunals before which the
caso might be taken, whose decision would
be final. Moreover, the chief function of
Jesus was that of a teacher. (John ill. 2.)
His purpose was to make men know the
truth nnd to lead them to a hearty sur
render to the requirements of truth. To
become a judge would be to abandon that
highest mission and to Involve him In
many duties that w ould occupy his time to
little, profit. Augustine and Bernard warn
ministers against such distractions. Jesus
puts in a bold disclaimer, "Who made me
a Judge over jour'
COUNSElr-(Vcrse 15.) Immediately ac
cording to his custom, Jesus Improved tho
occasion to instruct those who were about
him. He saw that below the request and
the ci.'cumstance that prompted it there
was a spiritual Infirmity, to correct which
was more important than to adjust proper
ty claim's. All the troubles and controver
sies anfonar men proceed from bad states
of the heart. (James iv. 1.) In this instance
the difficulty lay in an Inordinate love of
materl: 1 things. Ono or the other of these
brothers was covetous. No adjustment was
posslbU so long es that unholy affection re
An unfailing specific for all diseases arising from im
pure or impoverished blood or from weakened nervous
system. Most remarkable cures have been made in
cases where physicians have failed and hope of recov
ery was abandoned.
At all draeclits or direct from Dr. William
UediclBO Co , Schenectady, N.Y., postpaid on
receipt of price, 60c, per box ; six boxes, HSU.
mained. It was a good time to let the dis
ciples know thl and to Impress upon them
tho fact that all Improvements in the outer
life must proceed from the moral and
.spiritual world. (Luke vi, 43.) Hence came
the double counsel of Jesus, "Beware of
covctousness," as a foe to one's welfare.
Life does not consist in outward posses
sions, but in inward graces. A man may lose
his property and yet bo rich. Subordinate
the earthly to tho heavenly.
PROSPERITY (Verses 16 and IT.) This
utterance of Jesus, covering the high truths
of the spiritual world, was abeve the com
piehension of those who were near him.
Ttey may not have spoken It Is probable
they did not but they were surprised and
bewildered. It wa. therefore, necessary for
Jesus to bring his thoughts to the level of
his hearers. For that purpose he uttered a
parable. (Matt. xlll. 31) He began by pre
senting a man at the very height of world
ly prosperity. His ground brought forth
plentifully, and the increase was so great
as to tax his Ingenuity In devising wajs to
preserve his goods. He w as a tv pe of those
large landholders In our time. Indeed In
every time, who find themselves In the
midst of very great riches, even beyond
their needs and ambitions. The picture here
drawn is not unlike that contained In the
abstract hvpotbetlcal statement of Jesus
(Mark -v III, CO when he inquired after tho
matter of profit. Tho intention was to ex
hlLit a worldly life In Its most favorable
PROPOSAL (Verses IS and 19) The high
ly prosperous and rich man Is next repre
sentee!, after'he has deliberated, as shaping
his conduct after a self-formfel policy. That
policy has two elements. First. It deter
mines how to preserve the nquired treas
ure. The barns, now too small, must be torn
down, and larger ones erected. In these the
abundant store will be deposited for safe
keeping. In this resolution the man be
truvs his character. He evidently thinks
that all he has lsi for himself. Second, hav
ing thus secured himself against loss 'ho
contemplates a Ufa of self-gratification,
characterized by ease, feasts and merry
maklne. He is utterly forgetful of the
claims of God eind humanity. He Ignores
all duly and opportunity. He shuts his
eyes to the want and wretchedness to be
seen everywhere, nnd makes himself the
center of his world. Thus by these two
proposals he has transformed himself Into
an animal, destitute of a man's sjmpathles
DISlOSAL-(Verses M and 2L) Thus far
the parable represents the rich man as
pursuing his course unmolested. He acted
as many now do Independently and freely.
But the climax was reached In the con
cluding resolve. There was another world
than the sensuous. There was a Supreme
Being, whom he had Ignored, but to whom
he was amenable. Out of the silence a
voice breaks In upon hla reveries, and a
startling announcement of early death for
the first time compels more sober thought.
That day should be the last. The soul that
had lived and gloried In earthly treasure
should appear In the presence of God, sum
moned away from all the things so greatly
prized. (Eccl. xli, 7.) Jesus does not fol
low th soul as It enters upon Its eternal
destiny, but he raises a question of much
practical value. "Whose shall those goods
be?" Separated from his property, desti
tute of inward treasure, the man was poor.
Indeed. Alas how many are like tho man
In the parable, having nothing that may
be carried Into another world!
ADVICE (Verses 22 and 23.) The spiritual
truth uttered by Jesus In the abstract ap
pears very forcible In this concrete form.
No one can fall to understand or to ap
preciate the truth. There Is, however, a
little ad-.Ice which all will receive and
which will complete the teaching of that
occasion. That advice was doubtless in
tended for all for the man who sought a
division of goods, for the disciples who were
to bo heralds of the gospel, for the crowd
who gathered about partly through curios
ity. "Take no thought for your life." he
said, neither for food nor raiment. It was
an extreme word, which some have en
deavored to tone down or excuse. It would
not have been spoken on every occasion, for
It would not have been proper. There are
times when men must think about such
things (Prov. M, 6); when not to think is
infidelity. (I Tim. v. 8.) But then, when
the great ooncerns of the heavenly world
were pressing, when Jesus was gathering
his followers and going to his cross, let
worldly things bo dismissed. Llfo Is some
thing richer and grander than material
goods, which nwy be sacrificed at times for
its higher concerns.
CONCLUSION Man has a dual nature a
soul and a body. By the latter he Is related
tn thia toteer world. In which he lives for a
brief and uncertain time. Suddenly soul and
body part, at the pleasure and oiaaing or
the all-wise Creator. Then a new life be
gins, of which little Is known, but a life In
which the soul's powers have ample room
for exercise while the body molders back
to dust. It is right that tho needs of the
present llfo should be supplied. But it Is
supreme folly if the soul Is debased and
burdened in acquiring, holding and using
a superabundance of earthly treasure, it
Is possible to gain and employ, to bless and
be blessed. It is possible to heap together
In storehouses and at the same time to
blight the immortal part. There are some
things that will outlive the grave. What
man Is so poor as he who curries nothing
beyond? He has wasted life who comes to
Its close with the reproach of his Ood and
begins eternity as a spiritual bankrupt,
Chicago and Return,
Via Illinois Central It. R.. Saturday, Sept.
22nd, returning Monday, Sept. 24th. Ticket
office No. 215 North Broadway.
BIG BET ON BRYAN.
Crokcr Makes Another Wager of
Twenty Thousand Dollars.
New Tork, Sept. It. Richard Creker made
another wager to-day after leaving Sara
toga of 20.000 to 0,000 with a Wall street
firm of brokers that Bryan would be elect
ed. This Is the second bet of this kind that
Mr. Croker has made, so that he stands
to win $100,000 on the $40,000 he put up on
Those who remember Mr. Crokcr"s remark
In 1S36, "Bryan may not be elected this .year,
but his time will come In 1300." attach very
great significance to tha confidence with
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Frenchy Design for a Bodice of
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Mauve ladles cloth. violet velvet and Ivory
moussellne are here artistically combined to
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The glove-fitted lining of white taffeta Is
featherboned on the seams and darts, open
ing In the center front.
The full front Is Included In the shoulder
and under-arm seams of lining and the fit
ted girdle of velvet Is also arranged on the
The bolero Is adjusted with shoulder and
under-arm seams and the back cut vp to
show the girdle.
The lower edge of the front Is of unique
pointed shaping. The bolero la outlined
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A shoulder drapery Is fastened hi front of
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caught to the bolero with medallions to
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The two-piece sleeves are close fitting,
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finished with a band of velvet.
Attractive waists In this mode may be
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Any one wishing the latest style
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at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Repub
lic Building, Seventh and Olive,
which the Tammany leader backs his opln.
Ion. For a number of years Mr. Croker's
opinion of an election has been very gen
erally accepted, not only by those who.
from predilection, desired success for tha
Democrats, but by those who, in nil elec
tionsState, local and national are eager
"to make a little bet on the side."
In otner words, Mr. Croker's utterances
have been accepted as almost prophetical.
Clay Heather at Qulncy.
Qulncy. 111.. Sept. H. H. Clay Heather of
Palmyra, Mo., addressed the Democratic
First Ward Voters' Club here to-night. It
was a large and enthusiastic meeting.
"Boro-Formalin" (Elmer & Amend), used
as tooth and mouth wash In the mornlnr.
leaves mouth sweet and pore ail day,
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