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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,
CHURCH NEWS AND
DISCUSS SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
SI. Louis County Deicuiitos too-t
Tl twentj-third annual convention of
the Si Louis County Sunday School As
bocut.ou nab held jesterday at Clajton and
will continue through lliis morning and at
torn JOll , ,
The opening exerciscj were conducted o
S. Hon nnl fcmith .-fur vhich ar address of
welcome was dillicred bi the ltovorend J.
SI. Siullz. pastor of the Jlai ton -xiemouisc
.11.-. X tT.tnnlc rf TCIrk VV Oml - lirCi-
dent of the iis-ociatlon.iovmved the n.
of tin last Mar The address wis follow ui
') tin. appun.imerl uf nominating, enroll
ment and resolution con-m.ttees, attcr
whLh ilu INorkirs Colin-il held i session,
conduiud bv theKcveicndC C stal.manii.
past r of Cnrotniclet SI 15 - hurch A. o.
Souther gave a t ilk on ;oou Things In ill.?
Sibbuh School." an i Doctor A I' George
on a ' Fivc-Mlnute Nornul Drill In the bab
bath iltool" . ,
At ill. cvn-lrg e-'lon O F. SlcClure.
tri-a-ir.r of the as-e-ci itioi-. made hl. .in
null i i'rt -h.. .sin:; the fi'ianres to he In
a v.iti- 1. 1 n lunmtiun T addresses
were .Uliv-CKM on. li the Lev rend Xv Yv.
IJirnc- paste r ot the !- I c Baptist
Chunh. on 'The Sibblth School of the
Tvveiiti th Ceiilurv.' and the othtr bv S jito
1 ! Id Superintendent A. 1' George, on Iho
x ider I teld '"
This morin-g the b-Incss of the conven
tion will he the receiving of reports from
Sundav schools. A pilnnry j.e--ion ulll
then he conductid In Sirs J. 1 -len.
Papers will b- read bi Mrs II 1. ""!
Sirs Jennie Convvai and Sir- SI 1 ark.
This afternoon the miin busings will be the
reports of committees and the election, oi
UNION BIBLE CONFERENCE.
Mr. Newell Will Conduit ;i Lesson
on "The (."lOsjiels."
The cnion Bible conference will meet
next Tue-da afternoon ai.d innns at the
Washington and Complon Avenue I'rcsbi
tcrian Chur-h. At a p. in. Sir Nh.m11. as
sistant super ntenduit of the Sloody Bible
Institute thicairo. will conduct a l-s-on
on The Gov .eU." nhiui will be lollowed
b'y a conf.rence of the workers' uataliw
chiss, conuuet.'d bv the K;Ld ,s , ft
Klnnev. iihok a graduate : ho la
stituto. At 3 p m. Sir. Newell win teicn
the international Sun.lu school lc--on and
at G p. m lunch will ne served nil in at
Vendaiiee. At T o'clock there v ill be a spe
lal nrui-c service, led l 11 O. I.olt, mu
leal director, assisted by Ml Crico Al
iviiuler. pianist, anil E J Wescc-lt. or
ganist" A tTo clock the rcRUl.tr llllj'o class
work will begin, under the tolf
Mi New ell Last 'luesdvi m-,ht, there
wire 2,0 per-uns in attendance. ind tlio
indications nr- the large au. Jtorimn w n
be packed to standing room nu.t Tuesdaj
lT,hentncno for the personal workers'
trainlnB cla-i will b-. Qualihcstions for
1,eTrhr?i-onrlfr the evenini;, I
will include EMidus 13. and the follow -IrK
are .-ome of the more Important nuta
tions that will be nked bj Sir. Newell:
Why did God ask Israel to consecrate to
him the llrst-born" V hx was no le.wen
permittVd in connection with the Passover?
Whv did God corner Israel up. as relittd
In chapter Mv. 1? Who hardened Pharaohs
heart7 Of whom I I'lnraoh a tpe7 Vhat
was the secret of Slosis ilinne3 a
staled in chapter ilx. 13. 1.
Christian evperk nee anwtr- to the dark;
ness separating the Ec ptlans from I-rael
What emboldined Phar-ioh to follow Israel
Into tho Red Sa? How was God glo.Ifled in
K pfs OMrthrow ? h it ; the meaning
of Slarah's bitter watei ' hv did Elam
follow Slarah"' Of whom or what Is manni
a upe? Wh" t was the tiplcal nificance
of the smitten rock' SVas It Gods will
that Stores should follow Jethros adiice?
Whv Israel's larled eipcrbnce at Slnol?
How were tho ten commandments lcn to
Mr. Newell requests that the -cetlon of
tho Bible Included in the lesson lie read
bv members of the class at least seiin
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.
m,. rva- AvomiR SI. E. Church. South,
will haie-a special musical serine to-mor-
win nave-it "ui.ii ..-. . ,- '-t--,i
row- evening, and. tho choir, composeuoi
Miss Slildred D. Kellogg. P"'lX!r.fV
Slary Louise Harnett, alto. BoctorSnHacp
Harker. tenor: C. P. Hutchinson baso. C.
F. Hatllcld. organist, and Ils.'ila -I
U?'' J"rP. "rteierend Doctor It D-1
Smart, pastor, by -poctal request, will haio
as the huojeci oi ius iuiuii ...., .---Sloabltess."
The praise rerilce of the Second Baptist
Church at Shaare Emcth Temple tn-mor-row
evening will Include a special pro
gramme of music by the choir.
To-morrow evening at the Tlrst Congre
gational Church tho Reverend C. H. Pat
ton, pastor, will preach on. "Slozart and
His Place'Among Composers of Religious
Slusic." The discourse will bo musically
illustrated bj the choir under the direc
tion of Proftesor Kroeger. and all the mu
sic will be of Slozart's composition.
The order of Ecrvlces at tho Episcopal
Church of the Holy Communion to-monow
morning will Include olos by Silss Aehb.
Sir. Pellaton, Sliss Getner. Jllss Bagley and
Sir. Stonoun. In the evening there will bo
olos by Sliss Webb, Sliss Gibson, Sliss
Ragbj and Sir. Slenown; ilolin. Sir. Sidney
The fourth anmial meeting of tho SIls
Bourl Branch of the International Order of
King's D tu(,htcrs and Sons will be held
nt the First Prc"su terian Church, Wash-
President of the Internatlonil Order
of King's Daughters and Sons.
lrgton and Sarah street, November i to S.
There will be ,n "Inspiration Sleetlim," at
4 p. m Novemlier C, and a social feature
the afternoon of ih 7th. Mrs Slargaret
lint tome president of the order, and Sirs.
Dal. fcocretarj. will be present both da 3
of the conientlon
There will bo n, service of song at St,
Peter's Episcopal Church to-morrow even
ing, and the choir will sing Stainer's
Slagnilieat and Nunc Dlmittls, alo Bani
liv's, urrat anthem. "Kin?. All Glorious."
Sir Will Wood taking the f-olo Hi sprciil
li-nuc'st. Sliss Agues I'ctrlng will sins "Con
sider the Lilies "
The reili.il meetings now In progress at
the Complon Hill Christian Church have
li- en so successful that they w ill b con
tinued another week. The Reiereid Sir.
Dutehcr will continue to preach, and it Is
thought that many more will be gathered
In during the week to come
Tho normal class o the Episcopal Sun
laj -School Institute will hold Its regular
-neetlngs nett Slondaj. nt the Schuvler
Slemorlal House, ns lollows. From 4 to u
P. m.. with tho Reierend G. Tuckermnn as
Instructor; from S to 9 r m . in charge of
the Reierend Allen K. Smith.
The election returns will bo received by
direct wire and dlsplajed by stereoptlcon
nt the Odeon the night of tha election, un
der the auspices of Charles W. Logan,
member of tho St. Louis Christian En
The Feast of All Salntn which took placo
Thursday will be especially celebrated at
tho old Cathedral. Second and Walnut
stieots. to-morrow at 10 00 o'clock with
solemn high nasi. Tho Reieiend SI. J.
Taylor will be celebrant, the Re trend SI
SIcrauIl deacon, and the Rixcrend Euscno
Coilo subdcacoti. l'rofessor D. S DtlJsle,
the Cathedral organist and choimaster,
will dlrict the music, and the programme
which was so faiorabiv recelted on the an
niversary of the dcdlcitlon will be repelled.
The choir i. Ill be assisted by Slis Coralie
J. DeLislo lioliniste: Sltssrs. Guj I' Tru
lock and Joseph Colona. ilolinists. Sir J.
F. Scharr. flutist. Sir. . II Renol(N.
clanor.itist. and Sir. D. T. Koer. cornet.
-n.. t... t .... 1...11 Cliniil nf rMiIrnuo.
I .111- JJV.I 1i.ll.-.tillll .-..... v.. w -, ,
nrfd"! t ..f Hi.. nuiii: oni ins Christian
. Temper n i I niuii, has bun el - iced to
i udi'ri-s tl ne m..s meeting in the lit to-
lnonow ai lonuws vit - w i n . .. -.
Christian Church. Xo CUd Ironist stri et.
i p. in., at I.ifaiitte Park Biptist Church,
corner of Lafaictto and Sllssissippi ae
nuis. and at 7 43 p m.. at the Chtlstiin
Assimbli. 1'oNom and Tower Grow aic
iiuc Slis Phont7 Is oftin nfeired to as
a "second Sliss WllUrd."
Professor Robert Klute. formerly of tho
Viinna Conservatory of SIuslc, has beencn-
THE REVEREND D R. LEL,AND,
Xew Fastor of Tjler Place Fresbjterlan
sascd as musical director at the Grand Ai e
nue Uaptist Church, and will bvgln his la
Thn T Tiltnc1 11.1 STrt.tr.l. .if II. .1 TS-Cf
Chnstian Church will serie a tuiltej sup
' pir nut Uidmsdaj evininj. beginmn at
, b o'clock. Home-cooked lands and delica
cies cf the season will be the ordir nt tho
hour, and a cordial in nation Is utmiiid
all friind-, of tile church.
I lliis evening at the Cential Chiistim
1 Church, l'mney avenue, near Grand avi-
1 nue, u r?ctption will be tinderid the new
pastor, the Revirend James SlcAllL-ur, and
the Rcurenu Frank U. Tiinli, lorrnir pis-
1 tor. The wives of both ministers are also
Included in the nception piogrammo Doc
tor Tjrrell will nil tt.e pulpit of the .Mount
Cabanr.o Chiistian Church to-morrow.
At the Curb-. Sleniorsal I'resbv ti rian
Church to-moirow the pasiur will speak in
' the mornin,; on "Cuming to Chri"i." At 4
p m. Evangelist liiich will addtess tho
jouiii; people, and will also preach at nioht.
I Tho Reverend Doctor W. B Palmoie,
, editor of the bt. I.juis Christian Advoi.Ue,
will addrfs, a. gospel temptrance meeting:
at the Peoples Church, So M0 Noun
Eleventh street, to-morrow affernoon at J
o'clock. His theme will bo The Over-
, whclmln? Issue, oi, the Slodcrn Slonopoly
i of Abominations "
! The Twentieth Century Club of the Non
I sectarian Church will stud the lollowins
, biographies during November: SI irk Twain,
Edgar E. Poe, Fianns A. "VNillird nnd
Henry George. Tile club micts everj
Preparations are in progress for the nine
teenth annual bizaar and supper at the
guild rooms of tho Church or the Good
Shepherd, Xo. 2S3S Salenu street, Novem
Sir. and Sirs. Addison Weeks have given
a boautiful processional cross tu the Church
of the Hoi) Communion, ns a memoiitl of
ut ine tioi cominuiuon, ni a iiiemouii oi
h j daughter. Sirs Annie eeks Stiller.
Tho cross will be used lor the hrst time
t tn mornlng CrUce.
Tho Rcv-crend E. Duckworth, rector of St.
'lamf? ?S?W??"l?ha l?.
morrow mornlrg on "Having Done All to
Stand." and in the olenitis; on "Some Ees
fiona From the Fields" At 3 CO p m. there
will bo tho 'Children's Harvest Home Fes
tival," with special prosiamme.
Itabbl Sale will speak on "The Conscience
of the Community" at Shaare Enieth Tem
ple to-morrow at 10 13 a, m.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES.
Topic: "Are You Doing Your
I3esi"? (Matt, s-xv, 11 :0.)
Tho theme for discussion at all the joung
people's societies to-morrow evening Is,
"Arc. jou doing jour best?" founded on tho
parable of "The Talents," as recorded in
Slatt. s.xv, 1130.
The I arablo In question rcl ites to the
Kingdom of God, under the simile of "a man
traveling into a far country," and who
called about him his servants and "de
livered unto them his goods" As to the
matter of dtstrlbullcn It is said: "Uo ono
ho gave flic talents, to another two, and
to another oi v. to every one, aicoidlng tf
his several ability." lfeie is sketched in
broad outlines Christ's own ominitmmt of
responsibility to his Immediate dl-i,iles and
to his disciples In all ages Ihe responsl
bliitv is ulvvajs commensurate to th abililv
of the individual in question Christ never
asks of us service In cices3 of the talents
Tha uso made or the t ilnls given, as ie
cited In the parable, is also an Interesting
feature of the lesson: It is said th it "he
that lec-Ived the the talents went and
traded with the s imo. and made them other
live talents" Also that he that hid re
eeivcd Ihe two talents, gained oilier two
lint tint he that received one talent "went
and digged in the earth and hid his lord's
moiiiv." In the lirst two instances, it v.lll
b' seen that the gain was just 100 per cint
and In the last case nothing. 'A hat a. 1 1v M
picture of Christ's ills, inVshlii t..i-, i
j Eich accouhn,' to his natural endow incuts
nas ic-cimu cerium gills ami graces which
ho Is expected to use for the advancement
of tho kingdom of God. Ami int hnn e..
.there are that return a hundred per cent to
mo m.isier. ion man are like the one who
hid his lord's money In tho eirth. burilng
his taleut and foiestalhng all his useful
ness But a day of reckoning Is sure to come,
and as in tho cato with those mentioned In
the parable, some will be covered with
honor and otheis with shame and punish
ment. AVhen the one v ho had receivid the
livo talents repoitcd other live, his lord said:
"Well done, thou good and faithful servant,
thou hast been faithful over a few things,
I will make thee ruler over many things;
enter thou 1-ito the joy of thy Lord " The
same words of commendation were uttered
In the case of tho one who had received the
two talents But In the case of the one re
ceiving the one talent the response was.
"Thou wicked and slothful servant; thou
knew est that I reap where I sowed not and
gather i.hero I have not strewed; Ihou
oughtcst therefore to have put my money
to tl.o Cvchangcrs, and then at my coming
I should have received my own with Inter
est. Take therefore the talent from him
und gue it to him which hath ten talents.
And cast je the unprofitable sen ant into
outer darkness; there shall bo weeping an I
gnashing of teeth " A s,-d ending this, for
it was a Eln against light and knowledge.
So It will be with every one of Christ's pro-
fessed disciple:, who refuses to use his
J ta!ent3 and opportunities for the advance
' ment of the kingdom of Christ.
It therefore becomes a problem of nnmsn-
tous Importance as to how we rhall best uj-e'
tno talents oestowea so as to bring the
greatest postlblo returns. Dismissing the
question of no returns, tha consequences
of which certainly no one desires to face,
"How may v.e best employ our talents so
ns to bring the largest profit to the master's
First of all, we .must recognize the fact
that all ive have and are belong to God, anj
are to be laid on the altar of his service.
This is more easilj said than done, but we
believe it nccesarj to real consecration io
Christ and his cause. Such n course will
settle the question of stewardship and In
spire greater zeal in cicry department of
Again, it Is Important to definitely ascer
tain the number and character of the tal
ents bestowed, and how these may be used
to tho best advantage. Some have a special
talent for the accumulation of wealth and
others excel in "professional lines. So.m
havo special talents in the line of
mu!c and fetching, while othen
have great organizing ability. Somo are
slen rare opporlunities for nccomplishlns
much for the kingdom of God, while others
h lie a narrow sphere, a sort of one-talent
opportunity Jlut it is a duty which each
ono owes to the master to determine his
own particular talent, and then xniko tho
most of IL Then shall he know the full
import of tin statement in the lesson,
Tor unto eiery one tint hith shall be
mien, nud he shall hale abundance; but
from him that hath not slrill be takui
away even that which we hath."
CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Address on the Forward Movement
Talk on the Passion Play.
Iho "FcTiiard Slovement," under the
auspices of the Soung Men's Christian As
socntiou of this countrj, will be piesenfcd
in an address to men at the Central V. SI.
" Hall, comer of Grand and Franklin
avnuis tomorrow afternoon at 4 clock
bv C K Ob.r of New Yoik. The lectin c
will he preteded hi a sacred enmert. under
the direction of 1 lotes-or Paul Mori, pi m
ist. P.. ul J Burin ui. or-anist. Slis N. K.
Difdion, alto, and LouLs NiiliuK tenor.
The Certral Y. SI C A. has arranged to
eihibit lection returns the night of No
li nibi r anil t cordial invitition is ex
tended the members and frit mi- of the a
suci nlon also, the gepcril public to make
the i 1 C A build ng their heuliuu
tirs fur the i veiling Sli-saijCs will le re
itivnl hi jei!al wire, and will 1 thiovvn
on a large canvas b stereopUci'n
To-monow afternoon at 3 o'clock W. H.
SI CI (in will tell the storv of the Passion
l'lij. us s(en nt oh' rammerau this dim
mer to the junior deptrtini nt, Bible clasves
ui tin Central 1 oung SI en's Christian As
sucl itiou. Sir SliClnln does rut pose as a
leetuier, but tills the story nf the plav as
le s.,w It and as it iinpris-xd 11m on the
occasion of his recent visit to tin little
illlage in the Uivarlan Alps The lliVereud
P SI llazlit: will illustrate the nirntlve
with citv Mirioplicon news mule from
photographs taken the present jear.
The 1". SI. C. A Cadets, an organization
of tne Junior depaiinitnt of the Central
nsneiitlun. Ins arianged for a series of
addrc-is on m litarj subjects to be given
bv proniiiui't men in the I uited 5-t ites
Aimi The !,rst adJrrs "Life at Wist
Pi hit ' v is give" bv Capt lin T F Dan-,
1 mted fc-iatis le ruiting oltici r. now si i
tl tl it St Li uis Cap! un Puis will
dri 1 tl company mt Sl.mdi. ifitinonn
A d i ! him nt el thi nmp n wil, si,end
t.i- i at Al.im in i si-ht sU iiv expedi
tion rh will visit the 'tou 1.1 iss SVorks
and tin r pun is of int-ie-i armind the
citj, reimriiig to St Louis at 3 p m
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
Srm n topies anj sj, ' i erviees as follows
1)1.1.11 lt I'll 1" Ivlmir ami I'. nilliton fir
Ilevnnl I xli r I T St Joluisto i lastnr
H n III. e'on'rriatid Taltnt", evtllillj, 'A
McsiiKe to She Lnaveil."
1 e il !; L i f. Thirteenth mil 'sullivan tli It.v
ereml Hunrll l'astur SIo na a anj ev tiling
ii-rti is as uual
OIlAM AVj'MI: No 270! No'tli C. nl; tl
lt'vcrenil Aliin Claetea Pistor 1)1 i in
Mi's Jt iwell if Ituiniah v ill poalc. 7 li p
ri . 'Hie Anil of tli Mmfglitj '
I3IMVML.L Cate. and llanulton, tli- Il'verenil
i II Murrnv lator 11 a in. Hie sjmni
tln of Jilis ', & p n . 'O lng Our lie t "
LPALTli: l'VKK I-afailltf aid Mlisllppl
tlie l.fiircnl Iiicnr 1 C e irlelen, 1'ati I'
ll tl n ' Itearhirs anl sin the 1-3;". s
V n "SHn s K-lth and God Word '
fclXOMl, Ileaumont and lyicuit. the Kivi-renl
Doito- W. IV Ilovd. P-inp-JI i n ' Up eua
i rid I aitii' . S p m lanilivenler anl l.lndell.
I nl-p t.ervIco aiul adJiesi m 11 i-mics of the
Homo " Itaptlsm srd Ivird s Sapi er at morn
T VA UDII AX FNl r No l"-22 Niirth Tailor th
Itierend "I r; Tula? PiPlor 11 a m , "elf-
liiMraiiu- , sp in. i.or i lioice '
TlIlllD, (Irand und W Thlncto-i th- 1!iti"i1
1.1011 ir xi i jonnHion i-aiior nuriiiiir; anu
tieiiliis i-eriicc3 a used
IV vn It TOlU'i: Grand anl I Inrlsant. th
Kevereril J F Hirj.ot Pastor Slornirj and
ivening (-enlces as ual j
XM'sx l'.VllK. lsmlore and Flia. the Kevprcnd I
vv O lyi.i'' rastur Slornii'j and event!,;
services as iiual
CH()N-I)i:i,i:t. Itcbi-rt anl Virginia. th llv
irend XV. V Hi lion pastor Mornln,; und
evi ins ten ici as uunl
TOnClt GUOvn Vn r0 orfoll! the Rev-e-unl
Jliiita Sturcpon Pastor Horning and
iveniag services ni Uhiiat
Rl ssi'Li.. AXUNUL: No 10": i:uoIl, th- rev
erend Irani, llorton Puj-to- "Horning and
evening services as uual
FIRST nnitSI N, No 25.3 RmscVnbarli- tl.o
I.evrrend H fccliulz lator Sloming arj even
ing ervicei, as lisiul.
JFPI CltoON AXnNL'i: (Oer-nin) No Hi)
South Jeffiron. the KeverenJ J G Ora-ivel,
Pastor "doming ard evening services an usual
liriTLjVII, Slareus anil llainniptt, tl Rpierend
X . A. Moore, rastoi SIoi ning and ev i nin j
services n Usual
C'ltONDKLET: tli Rovcreml XI. 1. Sornboreer.
1'ailor 11 n in . "Meuardsliip , i ij. in . 'llii
OMeci or Life "
Cll.NTRAIj Finney near Grand, th- r.ierend
Iiiin-s JlcAlllstcr. Paster 10. II a in, "Ja-a-e
aiiiough conflict", 8 t. in. 'TIid Divine J,u
ture In Slan "
CUSHION IU:iGHTS. Callfornt i and &t X'la
cmt; tho Reverend S. B "iHKrt, I'asior spettal
(.ospcl i-ervlces, morning 'The Jamil, ot Gml
eln Uarth and In lliavcn ', e.enlri; 'Whv
Slust Ulirm Dier Doctor Dutchtr mil i reach
at toth services.
i:i.l,UD".Ul the Reverend A .1 Marshall,
Pastor Slornirg nd ivtnlng servlctu as usu il
llltsT, I)euct, litar Col ipton. the Reverend 1'.
0 Kmnon l'a&titr 11 a m services is usjii;
k V in . l-eeo d in a f-lic-i un Iho Jlun to lid
Av bided "
l'Il"TH. No 3331 Pouth beieilth. th- Reierend
XV 1 Ilamann. I'actor 11 a m , "l'lheis of
Jlen ', S p. m , ' Iho List Judgment."
FOLRTII. Penrose anl Jllair, tlin Ruerenil K
T llcl arnnd. l'nFtir Slorn ng. "What XV 111
ion Ia With Jc-us.'' evining ' H in to Hold
Out 1 iltldul l"vangelist II ulovv will preach
at IxJtll eerv'ces
SIOLNT CARVNNn. Klrg's lllgh-vaj and Xlor
l,an Stornlng Ihe Mison of tne Mti!in
I'hurcli". ivcnirg ' V Ntu Xiec,jge " Tlic
Revcrind Frank G Trre!l will preaeh at toth
SLCON'I), Eleventh and 'Ijler. XIr W. Daviess
Pittman. Sllnlstcr Slornln and evening ser
vices as usual
Tl XL.no, TuxeJo Park, the Reverend D N.
Gil cite, I'attor Siorning and evening bervlcea
Xi:r END Pljmouth anl Hamilton, the Rv
ertnd O A. Bartholomew . Pastor Xlo-nlng and
evening services as usual
CI XffiAU Neiist-od and Deli lur. the Reierend
lliiiiaril MicAiji, I usirr-11 u ne. eele
lirutlon of tlie Lml s, but ir. s m , Ihe Par
Olf Ilrousht N.rli "
CIILite.ll OP Till" Ri:Dl'i:jiri:, Parrett nnd
TJijui-son, the Revcicnd P I, Hill, Pastor
Jlormug ind evening strikes us cu i!
C'MPTON' HILL Complon and Lifactto; the
Rever. ml V,. IV. Ncuell, IWni-W b a. m.
' II a W.l) of Life '. 8 ) in ' 11- Thou btrong
'11-rtfirt, und bliovv lhi-elf a Man'
Illt-T. Dtln ar. near Grand the Revirend Doc
tor C 11 I'ation Pas.oi 11 i m the Ven
ture ot Faith". i V in . "ilrzart Cliorul ber
lOl'.NTMS TARK. Auhirl and Pouataln; tho
nevmndj C. Cri nier 11 i Pisinr 11 a. in ,
' Jome Tninns tint W.n jiyt Mild' 7JJU p m ,
' lnt Is ihu Muter Witn the Lliiirch an J tho
mm: PARK, llrcmen and Iilair; the Reverend
W Slt Junes, I'd. H l'istur Morning and
evening servkes as us lal
UMVM'llli. Hancock and JumUson. th Rev
erend Miltwn J Norton 1 itor Morning and
eitnln bcrvlces as usu.il
ITX10RI1L Sulphcr and Wa. the Reverend
1 rank 1 osier, l'aster bervlies at u a. m. and
1.1 1 p. n, us usu il
OLIVE IlRANCH. Sldne and Missouri: the Rci
trind Willi im Johnson, l-ator 11 a in. ' bev
inih Chrlttlan Grace", evening, communion anl
reciptliji of inembers,
PJLGRIM W'ai-hlngton nnd Livlnc, tin Rev
crind Doctor M llurnhim. I'jstor Morning,
eonimunlon nnd rccepll" n of meiaN rs, evenlnc
"Hlessed Are th Merciful, for They thall ol
RUl'EIt I'LICE Slackllnl nnd Old Manchester:
the Reverend J WiIey Jolmion, D D, will
pnacd: morning, "R'viarris of Christian Ex
trtion"; evtninc. "Chiiti in Cententmint "
UMON", No US North Terth. the Reverend S.
T Mcltinney, l'astor Moiring and evening
services as meal.
MAPLEWOOD.thc Reverend T T Holivay. Tas
mr Moralng and evening serv!ce3 as uuil
OLD OUL'IIARI): the Ri-i rend Harrj Hluit.
Pator Xleniinc ard evinlng eferiices as usuaL
XVUP.STElt GROVI. tlie Rverend C. L Kloss
Paster xiorning and evening service? as t.unl.
HOPE Belt and Eaton, SI- E A P. Hainc
bupplj Slornlng and evening fcervlces as usual.
CHRIST CHURCH CAT1IKDRAI., Thl-.eenth
nnd ljTCUst. the ltcierind C M Davis. Dean
7 a in und s a m . holj communion, 11 a.
in and S p m . sermon and seriiccs.
CHUnm or Till' ASCENSION, rates anl
Goodfcllovv. the Reverend Doctor James R.
XV Inchester. Rector 7 a m , holy communion,
11 A m and 7 S) p. m . permon and ervlec
CHLRCH OP THE HOLY rOMMPNION. Tv en-tl-iiRhlli
and Wsshlncton, the Reverend Rob
ert E Lee Craig. Rector J a. m , holv com
munion; H a m. und s p. m., sermon .ml
"icrvicc" Slornlng, "The Sived anl tho
bxv ing "
GRACE. Eleventh and Warren: the Reverend J.
I. T lncraliam, R-ctor 10 20 a. m and S p.
m . bennon and services
MOUNT (MLVxRY. Grand and Lafajcttc: tho
Reverend I. W Fauntleroj, Rector 11 a, m.
anil S p m , sermon and erv ices.
REDEEMER. Pine Near Garrison, the Rever
end Charles Trotman, Rector 11 a. m. and 8
p m ermon and servicis
ST. ANDEEW-S Girrton nnd Cats; the Rev
end J x Dooris, Hector 11 a. m. and 1 p. m ,
sermon nnd services
ST AUGUSTINE'S Rruno and Blendon; the
Reve-end G D II Miller. Rector 11 n. m ,
sermon nnd services; 4 p in . Lttblo study.
ST ClIRSOSTOM'S. No 432) John, the Rever
end William Hardens Rector 2 CO p m . Sun
day r-chooi. Z 0 p m . -ermon and services
ST. GEORGE'S Pendleton and Olive: the Rev
erend R. Holljrd S. T. D . Rector il a
in, ""nnin and r-rvices, subject, ' The Rread
of Heaven "
ST JAMPSS. Goode and Cote Rrilllant-; the
Reverend E Duckvvo.th. Reclor 11 p. m , ser
irin and holv eommVnlcn S p. m , ei cnlng
prajer and srmon; t3 3J p. m, "Children's
Harvest Festival", f- a. m , holy com
ST. JOHN'S, Hickory anl Dolman; the Revcrena
C. H. JIf.ller. Rector 7 30 a. m , holy com
munion . 10 a. m. and S p m . sermon and
ST MVRK'S. Tortleth anl Washington; thn
Reverent J K. Urennan Rector-3 a. m . hoi
communion: 11 a. m, sermon inl services
ST PETER'S. Linden and brring. the Reverend
Wllilam Short. Rector 11 a m . sermon and
enlces; 4 30 p m. choral s"rvlce.
ST PJIILIl'S Union and Maple. Pie Reverend
William Llmei. Rector-11 a m and I p. m.,
strinon and services
ST. bICPHINS Sixth anil Rutger: the Rev
erend G Tuekernan. Rector 7 in 1 S a. m ,
holj comn-unliii, S p m . sirmon und servl-s
TRINITY. Pranklln and Clwnnlng. the R--erend
W tlllam Hardens. Rector-. ) a n .
liol communion 11 a m and i.Ij p ni , sir
mon an 1 sirvlccb
ST MiTTHEWS Wll'on Near rrlsco Park,
the Reverend c 11 Collin" Uecicr-ll a. in ,
bermon and s-rvleFs
ST PIULb N.i CMC SIichlgan-10 a. m rer.
mon and erv ice?
lliU.I INM'CI.NTS. Morsali To'd Read nnl
Tlidojian tt-e 1 .vcien.l e' 1 Oilman, Iteetor
7 0 a m, l.: icmmiiniin 19 4i a in and
7 "a p m, crm u and s, rilees
ciiTum or rm: gxp mippiipiid n
l"i. bnlen t . th" l.evennl I! P NuiMn I.ee or
-1) U u m and ',.:- P m . hcnnun und scrv-
LMXIANLEI. Oil Olilnrd. the Revirend J. M
Nirthrop, lteil r-Hoi nmmiwljn und othir
scrvli.s as iisujI
ST THOMAS S MIsMON". Thlrtrentli an 1 Lo-
cut. the Riveruid J II Cloud. He ti r-3 p.
m. 'crmon ml f. nicis tn the tlgn lungjug .
ttnlh amuver.uri service
CVRONDPLI.T (South) irclula nnd Haven; thn
Uevircnd J P lripUtt I'.istor Morning nnd
iienlng senilis .is llll il
CIl.ONDl LET Nil 7I'"J Mrslnla. the Reierend
II n Miii I'a-to Morning aid cviniug serv
iit s ns usi.nl
LOWMVN dli.ar anl Twentieth the Rfierend
.1 A Hiker I'astor Moinlng and ivinlng sirv-
h is a3 Usual
Ci:Mi:AR (soutlO sivlr,th and Pine, the
Reiinnd Dis.tor I II Noting. Pastor Mom ng
und evining s. rvlets as usinl
COOK AILNUi: (Sautii). Coolc nnl Spring the
Reverenl D K;ti r R I' Smart. I'astor -Moin-
inc and cienh j servicis as usual
LDLN iGirman). Mnete.mli and Varr. n lh
Reverend Davl 1 S Walil I'astor Morning an 1
tvenimr b,nlcts as re il
PIRbT f-oLlli). Gligmv md Davton. the Rever-
uid Doctor r II Earls Pastor 1)1 a. in,
bermrn tn the piur. S p i ' . Doctor J. iv.
Lit. Pn siding Elder
GOODK AXrNl" Gfiode nnl North Market.
the Revenue 1! P White, Pastor Slornlng unl
iveninc "irvkts as i"-ual
IS1MANLEL (South) McCaulanl: the Reverenl
W II. Li I'raJe, Pastor Morning and evening
st rv lies as usual
LVKWETTE PACK (S-Ulth), Lafayette and Mls-
miri thoR.vinnd Honor (' E Pattlllo. Pi-
tn Mormin, ml ennlng selviies as usu il
LIN"Iii"!.L .VV I VI r Nevisteil and LIndell, the
Revirerl I. tor Danil Dureliest r, Pasti r
1 i in . Hrst ot a scrips on "Ihe Splrltu ll
I Ifi lp in 'Uefen- EUetlrn "
JlvI'Li: UI.MI Il.lt and Maple, tl - II. v r-
t'.l Di.tr M Riikngsiij Pistor It a m
tin Itiv.rml Doitor b R Warner. 1 residing
lllir tvenlrr Ihe pasto
MRIN (siiu il Tv.lfth and Sldaej tlie Rei
erend tliriui I urltin 1 ustor Slorniug and
i lei In:: srii.fs u i uul
SIOLNT I Ht RN (sontli). Nirlii Slulet nnl
Hudiinnut the I: veien I J st, phiii fistnr-
Slnrnlnc, 'i:liin- tin llit to ijiirit" inning,
ThoGnat I'm. Ion or Whom to Icli- lor
SlLMOltl L ll.irenn) J IT. rsoa and . i ornae
th. Reiu.nl Willlun bsiiut Pat. r i'o'ii-
inir un I ivtnln y,rlees as usual
CVHW.NP (b lUt'w rnde 11 ill tl - Revennl
Wm etu i. Ptstor II a. m and li p m , s rv-
lits 1 ihi pistor.
ST JOHN' s isoute). Locust anl Eiilns tl- R-v
enrd Diitir I j Ihitkins Vjl tot Morntu,;
anl ienm seniles as usiul
SI" LULLS l'i tim'ac an I lint, ili-R-v.rml
Hiny VV hiti Piisto- 11 i in. lumniiinlon, 8
p ni rce.ptiun of i ruLatlomrs Into lull csiu
SI PALI.'h (South) No I I.: St Inils; tie
Reveund M T Haw Pastor Morning and
e enlng s -vkes ns ufcil il
TOW Lit GitOVE IbiutM No 1117 Kentuc .
the RiiLrend IV A llrolin l'ustor Slornlng
and f veiling btrvlcts as luual
TRINITY. Tenth and North Jlark-t Xiorning
anl evering, trea hlng Li tlie Revirend C R
irlos of bprtigfield 111.
TXI.l.R PLVCE (south). Toner Grovo n'nd Mc-
Pti., tho Reverend A. Colier, Pastor 11 n
m. loirmunlon, evening, ' Ihe Gosiel Hmn-
LNielN. Lacas and Garr!con. the Reverend Doc.
tor N. LueevCk, Paolor llorhing i ..nsecra-
tion of fatringth '; evening, '"ihe Preaculnt, of
VCON'ER PLCE (South) X agon, r anl
Luik , the ReverinJ Doilor'i P sjiuip l'as-
toi Morning and n.nlig birvieis ib Ws-ial
OLl ORCHARD, the P'urenl r 1. i'rall.
P iMor ilorli'ng and evening berviiid as
JENNINGS, th" Reverend P. D bnjder. Pastor
Morning and evinlng bervieeb as usual
I Il.ivWOOD (South) till) Reverend J. R. A
Xaut-an Pistol lilsiioo lieudnx will preaeli
in the morning.
1 1 IttilsoN, Ihe Reverend Olln llofcges pastor
SI lining and nimlig bervl.ts us usu il
Pl chIjj terlllll.
HRAN'IC MEMORl L (b uthl Aubert ami Pag.
the Revirend D tor L. 11 CliarKs, bup,,I
II a m, 'Plinltj In Our l.ut In lime of
Danger', evening btrvicesi
CARONDLLET. No (,11b Sllchigm; the Revennl
J II. Gauss. Pastor 11 a in , ' The Cnlnise
I prl-Ing '; evintng Memorial stnjtt. cj
Chrlsllun SIartrs in Clilni," lllti-.tiaud v it ti
CL.MHAL (bouth), Lucas nnl Girrison, tii
Leverind A. 1' Carr, Pastor Slornmg and
iieiiing s-rvicts as usual
COIE Ul.ILLIANTE, Munus anl Iibadle, Ihe
i.evctmd 11. M. cacpbi-Il, l'uslor loinii g and
ivenlng binicta us Usuul.
CLRHY ME.MOR1AL, Ltuh ard Texas, tho Rev
erend Doctor L. D. Walker, luster Moiling
mid evening eervicis as usual
CHLRCU OP THE COVENANT, No. 2740 Ncrth
Li ind, tlie Reverend 1 . U. Lunnor, Pastor
II a in, ' Tno Reil', a P m, the Levirend
H i', VVIillulns v.lll mucn
COOK AXLNLE (soutli), Ciolc and Serah; tho
Reverend Doctor -M e Gorin, luster II a n.
"liie Ouspel of tie Ocntlle", a p iil fainie
GRACE, Rldgo and lilackstone, tho Revinnd
L C Jacku. Pastor Morning and evening ser
vices as usual
GRAND AILNLE (south). Grand und Wuilm,
lon, tho Revirend Doslor I. 1. Cannon. 1'u tor
bin n.13 at 11 a. 1.1. und 3 p ta , cunductid
by iho pastor
GR.N1 AVLNl'E (U P). Giand und Per st
i'ura Roulcviird. the Reverend J . Asinvo.J,
l'a&ior Morning and evemng benlets as uuaL
ljltbl, Washington and buiali, thi Reverend
Deter J. v. Mciviiirlek, 1 asio-- Mur.iing;
"What Christ bujs .Msjut the Hulj fcpirlt ,
evining, A Rugged luiiliQid "
ITItbT (C. P ), Moiguu and N.n-ltad, til- Rev
erend diaries it. Watson. 1'usior 11 a. ni ,
'Citizenship', a p in. My.gnl Opinions"
FJKbr (Gincan). umth and Rutter, tin I'.evir
end J. G. Ktbskr, lasior nioii a- m , ' riiu
Litormatluu". i.jo 1 m. llnrti-tiltn Anm
Vilsary ot the bu luuy be'lOjI '
LUALP1L PARK, .ilium ind Missouri, the
Reverend Doctor b. C PuUner, Pastor lu CO .1
in. 'Christian btevvaidshlp", eviuing servkts
LEE A1LNUE, Prairie and lee; th- Reverend
Henry Gardner. I'ustor Morning, "The Othei
bheep , evening, "An Sou Doing Sour Pest:
LLCAb A1LNLE (Cumberland), Liuas aid car
dinal, lue Ruiermd Doctor li 1. Pullerton
I'astor Morning, preaching Ij tre Rtvtrerd
11. 1. Williams, evining, ti inj pastor
McCAUSLAND A1LNLL, Linton, the Reverenl
J II. Real), buiplj 1Iormn. loolisn Rjust
h.g', evening. A N-cultuI e'raicr '
MEMORIAL TAUERNAl. LE, 1 itUlllth anl
( uir. the Reverind H Muhhl. Putor Morning
and evinlng senlee-b as u-uut
3-ENARD STRLET MIsblON. Mtnir.l anl
Julia; Iho Revirend chirks btelzl- lislor
Morning and evining ten lies us usual
NOR1H 1 leiuith and 1 num iere, tne Reverenl
J G. Kline, Pastor -Morning and evening serv
ices 119 i.iiial.
NORl'll C'AIIANNE. Howard S. Smith Pastor
Morning and ivn ing sit vices as usual
OAK HILL LtUt and Iltiuiphre, thu Reverend
1) R. I.clinl will treeh at 7 3u p m , on
Vv liosi 1 .vni.
PPOPLES (South). No SL North Eleventh, the
Reverend Doctor J 11 bpea er. IMstor Morn
ing nni evening tenlcs as usual
RAvilOND PLACE (Cumberland). Kings high
nay and Cnljunne, tlie Reverind 'laior llir
n ird I'asior Morning and eventng servicis as
SECOND, Talor and Westminster, the Rv
erend S. J Niccoll- D D. LL D. Pastor
Marnlng senlc-at 11 o clock, evcnii g, 'salva
tion to tho Utternust "
SLCOND (German;. No 4'31 North NIncteentli.
tho Reverenl J. F JIu Her. Pastor Morning
and evening ticrvices ns usual
TXL1.U I'LVCE l'lad and r-lng, the Reveren I
Dean R Leland. Pastor-elect 10 10 a. m , "ffta
Conquering chrpt "
XVASIIINGION AND COSIPTON AVLNLT. Pl
Reverend Doctor I'rank W Snecd, l'asor
11 a. m. nnd 4 p m , senlces, no evening
W LbT Mapl" and Mirwill". tlie Reverend Doc
tor P. L. I erguon I ustor Morning and even
ing senlces as usu il
WILNciT I'MiK K! nnan). Robin nnd Harnej .
tho Pevcr-nd 1 H Aufderhcide P.ostor Morn
ing ani evining services as usual
WEBSTER GROVlls the Reveimd Doctor XV.
H Hates Pastor Jlomlng and evening serv
ices as ucual
COMPTON HILL CHirEL. No S3 15 La Sill-,
the Reverend P o S-iman Pastor Morning
and evening services as usual
CLIFTON HEIGHTS the Reieiend E J Rrovvn.
P.ator 11 a. m . Christ a Preicher": S p. ni .
Olisenlng th Hand ot God."
FERGISON". the RMcrerd SI X' P. XTeuinaii,
Pastor Slominir an evinlng servic-s aa tiua
ST MVRK'S. Cardinal and Hell: the Reve-end
Doctor 31. Rliodcs Pas or Morning "Times
of Refrc'hlnc": evening. "A Vision of Christ "
MOUN1" CALVARY, No 15)7 Eurlid, the Rever-
i nd E. T CO ner. I'astor 1 J '0 a m . li sua
Oiring Weak fcaitli' . 3 P m. German er
ilcc, R p. m, "How Water Can Do Such
MArLE AVENUE, xtarlc and Clarendon: the
Reierend J. C. Horning Pastor Mornim?
"True Riches": evening, "A Fa thful Say'ng '
SLESl (German): the Reverend W. F Hort-
meler. Pastor Slorning and afternoon services
SHAARE EMETII, LIndell anl X'andev enter
tho Reverend Doctor Samuel Sale, Rabbi Io 45
a. m , services as usual.
TEMILE ISRAEL, l'ine and Irffflngviell. the
Reverend Doctor Leon Harrison. IUboI-10 13
a. m , ' The Religion of All sensible Men "
CHURCH OP THE MEbSIAH, GarrIon and
locus': the Reverenl Doctor John XV. Da,
I'astor 11 a. m . "The Reign of Law," r,)i
lovied b communion.
CHLRCH OP IHE UNITY, Park an! Arm
tronp: tie Reverend Doctor E O S?encir.
Pastor It a- m "spiritual Possiuilltie "
UNION illssiON. NO 1432 Franklin avenue: the
Reverend SI B Gott. Pastor 3 31 a m., pr iio
tervlte: nan, preaching. ; 31 p m. Sun
11 ,v school: 3.3) n. tn . go'pel viabon, Sj.ni,
1 reaching by the R.verend Ohn W. Rose of
ET. LOUI3 CITY MISSION. No. IMS South
We have to move. This building- is going to he torn down tho first of the year, and we irust A M 1 Wm
xacate bj Ueeembr SOth. Now. we do not wish to carryany of our present stock to our new B W B
location If wo can po-slhly avoid it and we have therefore decided. In order to accompllsn mMm m WfP
our desire-, to nnko ou the above rever-liefore-heard-of price of $1 l'i for xonr choice of m 11
any hat in the house. THINK OF IT! Fur Jl.TS ion can have our choice of any stiff or soft m m n
hat In thi-tore-poltiicl.-nothing rtsericd hats that wo hue been selling for JiuO, S3'"i an , m M
SS'-O and $tno You ncier before, and likely li'ier will again, have such an opportunltvof cnoos- B m. IS
Ing a hit from sueli .1 large, high-grade stuck at the phenomenally low" price herein quoted. MIM B
Of course, tho earlier jou come, the larger the block ou will haic u choose from.
MORGAN HAT COMPANY,
"Don't Let Any Dealer
if he tells you that he has a polish
It is because he can make more profit and doesn't care how hard
you work. Any first-class dealer will supply E-Z if you insist.
Metaline makes nickel stove trimmings bright as new.
MARTIN & MARTIN, Mfrs., CHICAGO.
Rroxlviav llr and Mrs M F Xlnrphj. uper
intintitnl J -') n ill, humiaj sehool; li p m.
i v uiReiistic -i rvii.fs
tlll.IsTUN' V-sLMLLX'. I oI m anj Tumr
llrovt 1! irnlnf and evinlng -ervins as uujI
Ml.liRIM.II M s MI-PION, i-evinlh and Cats
Mrs M WuoJiiarJ 11 irri-, bill -imlenil-nl i
p in, tmja ehool, Up in, preaching
IM! R-L 1 UllTIIRRIInol' iTh'.i-opnv). Su.
!.; Lmlhe Ruildlrg Math anl Oltvi J l. in.
The 1'ilii and Marrow of bom Sacred W ru
in" s "
LVirUR I)V i-VINTs. Llllot end Renton-0 a.
in. Miinia s liuui 11 a in .md a p in,
I reael lac. llumphrev and llortan I ord 10 i
m . nuuil iv s hiKil 2 u i ind b p tn rreaeliuv
No. f.Tol lUmiltiter 10 a 111, hjudjj selwul.
J .0 and S li ill . preaching
UILIIL'II Ul bl'IRirLAL 1'NITl. No. Ill Xan
d venter, the Reverend W I' I'.ek. I'astor
J "i le in . Isceum anil Ullne class. 7 L p n .
The I'n Mem cf I'aln "
1 HtST ULRi'll or CilRHT tiClCVlIsr. No.
S'Z) 1 lne -eivliis at l'l Ci a. lu and S p in.
Xlort.il" in 1 Immortals."
Ut'.sr sl'IUIlc VI. V--si)C;iAT10V. Howards
II ill. th. Rtv. rend Tho Has i.rlmstiaiv, lMrtur
lu 41 i m ' sUrtS)C,tion as tin Atclit In Moril
Reform T L p. in . I llliilien in tlie .Sinn
nti rian 1 "
DIMM: IICMINITV (nedenln.rglan). Delmar
anil birlm. ih- Iteverend a C Lbi. I'ustor
11 ll in "I)ielr II. anlng of the l'lJnes of
iBjiif.Sti m.th. IteverenIC A Nubaum
on 'Hi Luv ot Li flullou '
'I ill: TCXH'ia:. Ueauiuoat ana Lovuit: the Rev
erind e" L ana Mis Marj lleLie II ill. I'a
tors ftei noon and .vtning eirvlces as usual
NO.'"l.CIAHIN CilLlICII. LIndell anl Aan
ileventer, the Juveiend R. C. cave 1'astir
llo-nlnt, "The Religious Apath) of Our Age.
hi the Reverend J. 1'. Newton, assl-tant jai
tor. EVANGCI.ICVL. Hamilton anl Rartmer: t'i
Revennl Piul l'fdlfer. Raster Morning and
eveninir tervices as usual.
XOLC.Ml URS OF AMI'KICA. No. 112! Finnk
Iln strv ices ns uu il, and tl e Reverind W.IL
Rlaku will t reach on "Confession of fain "
URM? GRRIIAN CHURCH DlM.Ni: HUMAN
ITY. Twelfth nrl Tjler; tho Revirend C. A.
HOl.i.M'J-, M!siON, No. :a Eaiton Avenue;
the Reverend F. N. Rnherts. I'astor fcerv lees
nt 10 CO u- m . 1' DO urd 7.13 p m.
LTIIICAL fcOi'ILT!, Mnctetnth and Iremt, XV
L SI.eMon. L'cturer u a m . "Tlie Good and
Had Mdc to Rudiard Kipling"
CvrillURAI. XValnut, between Feeonl and
ll.irl. tlii- Rev ir-iu Lugcne cVvIe. 1' itor
M isi at G. S ami 1) Zi a. m : veriir', 3J1 p m
ANNLNCIATIOS. bixth and Li balk ; the Rcv-
ticnl J. J ILad. l'aitor -Mass C, Z) arid
Ir I. ii. m . vi'ier, 3 JO p m
A-il III'lION. bidnev and Mnili; tlie Reverend
l'atriik IJoolej. 1 astoi Ma'-S 0 and Ij tl. m.
HOLY CROSS (Cumin). Church Itoad, Near
Illtner, the Reieiend l'eler Mlgger. Faster
Ma-s jwl li "V i. in.; vei ers 1 JO l.. m
1IOIA GilOsr il.irrman). Tijlor ond Gatlield:
the Riverenl li robe. I'asior M iss 1-. S unl
p) a. m . viper. p. m
IIiIjY irsfsO' L"srs , Ilrannon and Xlignolia,
Ihe Reverind John White, I'astor Ma"s at
and 10 a m
HOLY : VMi: OI' JLalis, No. :)ll Ci-t Grand.
the Rev i rend laetrielc M. Talion. I'istor Mass
ai e, S. an 1 10 a. m . vc-pers. 7 So p. m
SICULU HEVRT Linlvereli). ar Tvventy-
lutli the Iteveiend Janies McCahe. I'astor
viass. i si, 7. i 30 una ll) a. m ; vespers. )
M-3lTV.riON. Tajlor and lliston; tha Reverend
L J. Hemp'-ij. I'astor Mass, v. 7 v. J and
1) 3") a. m , vespers, j 30 p. m.
HOL V.VGLIs. bt Ange and La Salle; the
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blip Ul ,
THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON.
The riijiibt Steward. (Luke xvi,
1 tu 18.)
Pr-pared for Tlie Republic bv J K. "ijbe't. D.
I, fc.cretar- cf Amrican bcciety ot Rellsioua
1NTKODUCTION Many expositors haio
fiiinid much dlthcult.v In attempting to in
terpret tho Scriptures appointed for to-da s
les-on. Somer of them. Cajetan for exam
tile have decland that tho sense wa ob
curc, and hale abandoned all hope of so
lution. These scholars fell into, ono serious
mistnke-thei- supposed that tho pirable
was related bi Jesus to set forth something
lu tho steward which he desired to com
mend tu his disciples. v hcrea. his object
v.as just the reverse to exhibit a course
of life from which ho xvould deliver them.
The passage must be divided Into two
parts. The lirit part, icrbes 1 to 8. tho par
'eble exhibits a man who is unfaithful to
his emplovor. The second part, verses 9
to IJ. contains the practical advice or in
struetion of Jesu3 suggested by tlie para
ble designed to secure faithfulness In busi
ness on the part or hid followers. The con
crete negatliii is followed by tho ab
stract positive. Tho two taken to
gether make an admirable addled
on a Christ! in m in's obligation lo be up
right in all secular matters. Frobably tho
subject is treated here moro completely
than In anj other portion of God's work
DISMISSED (Verses 1 and 2.) Tho stew
ard of a rich man was suminarlly'ais
ch.irjed for dishonesty, evidently ho had
been greatly trusted. As was customary
in Kastcrn countries he had general cnargo
of all things, acting freel, without direc
tion of his lord (Gen. xli. 40) So great
was the contidcnce Imposed thit no super
ilslon was exercised, and it uns a long
time biforo his wrongdoing became Xnown.
lie had taken ndvantage of his opportunity
and used the property of his cmplojer in a
prodigal way, so that the attention of tho
servants and friends was attracted. It
mai be assumed that they would not hastl
iv expose the conduct, but at last, prompted
by a meddlesome spirit, by malice or by a
sincere loie for justice, thev made known
i.hat to them was a cause of scandal. The
proprietor called his faithless emplove,
openly accused him of his fault, required a
settlement of affairs and announced his
dismissal from sen ice. Tho guiltv man
had been ovcrtakin and punished. (Numln
x-xil, 21) Sin aiwajs brings a man to
grief. (I'rov. xi. 21 )
HBaOLATD (Verses 3 and 4 )-Out of po
sition, deprlied ot all means of support.,
how shell the steward obtain a livelihood.'
Tho question was lriolvcd in much difllcul
ty because of his career. A man's record Is
a large part of his capital, lie knew that
no one would trust him lu a placo requir
ing honestv, and lie was aware that bo
cauo cf his formtr mode of life ho was
unable to engage as a common laborer,
where physical stn ngth would bo necessary.
Tho last things left, that of begging, was
not entertained for a moment he was
ashatni d to d -cend to that degraded sta
tion. He does not appear to havo consid
ered the act ot stealing ho was In no dan
ger of becoming a criminal. Hut after gome
reflection he resolved upon his course. He
would make friends with the neighbors
roundabout those who had business rela
tions with his nld master so that their
sympathies would be with him and not with
their creditor. In this way ho would be
ablo to enter Into their homes and abide
for a time at least. This was a piece of
strategy detls-ol In a time of great ex
tremity. DEFItAUDED (Verses 5 to 7.) But how
shall the steward make friends with the
old debtors.' Bv a sharp practice that ap
pealed to their loie of gain. While jet in
position, and therefore clothed with the
necessary authorlti to act for his principal,
he- called the men to him and reduced their
Indebtedness by a simile stroke of the pen.
Two ot the case 4 are cited, probably as
Illustrations ot Diner" ine mu oi ine nrst
man was discounted GO Per cent; that of the
second man 20 per cent. This was a fraud
ulent (rnnsictlon. quite In harmony with
all his former ex:traiagance nnd reckless
ness. It xvas all the mure offenslie because
It lias done solely In his own Interest. Ho
robbed his master, whose goods he had
squandered, and did this In the icry mo
ment of leaving the sen ice. that he might
thereby gala lor himself, somo cousldera
IN THE STORE
416 OHve St.
"just as good" as
Hon in the minds of tho men whom he
favored. That the plan would work there
can bu no doubt. Such Is the selfishness of
men that they readily take advantage of
such pecuniary gains. It may be- that tha
steward made a delmlte bargain by which
to secure his end. ,
COMMEND LD (Verse SO .ow comes Into
the narrative a surprlslns element, ever
which some have stumbled. Tho lord, that
is tho rich man who had been wronged (not
Jesus, v no was relating tho Incident, as
some suppose), on learning what the stew
ard had done, commended the act, anil
Jesus adds that the children ot this wond
are wiser than the children or light. The
sense would bo Letter expressed It th
word wiser wero translated moro cunning.
The rich man acknowledged that his un
faithful steward was prudent and able to
udjust hiintelf to unfortunate circum
stances, and Jesus declared that that trait
was moru common among men of tho world
than among righteous people, mat v
among Christians. And so we shall all cor , r
less. One who lives a waynaru Hie rausii ;
exercise his ingenuity ana resort to inc-iv
of various kinds, devising mischief to axert
the results of other miscniets, itov. h.
14 ) The Comma ndation of tha rich man
was not approval of the fraud, but an ad
miration of the desire to bo friendly wltn
debtors and a recognition of the shrewd
method by which this wa3 accomplished.
Ihls only shows the unlust steward in a
worse light, as compelled to resort to bad
methods to gain ft xvorthy object.
ADVISED (Verse UMV's are now domj
with the parable in which a man, recreant
to his trust, reaps the consequences dis
missal from sen Ice, forced to llv upon
those who haxo been partakers of hW
wrongdoing. It Is a dark and forbidding
picture enough to turn away from dishon
est practices. Jesus next gives advlco to
his disciples, that they may not fall Into
this modo of lire. He assures them, how
ever, that It Is proper to make friends with
"tho Mammon ot unrighteousness," th it
H with worldly or lrrellglou rich people.
He does not mean that his disciples In
order to gain such friendship should lower
their standards of right, or fall Into was
that are bad; certainly he does not mean
that they shull resort to trickery or fraud.
He urges merely that they shall cultivate
the good-will of people who are not church
members, which they can do ii. no better
way thun by proving themselves thorough
Christians. A man of tha world admlrjs a
good man honors him. And Jesus glve3 a
reason for his advice that when the be
liever Is unfortunate to may bii received
into the abiding home3 ot the rich; that is,
he mav- he cared for.
TMnnTTcn,M Ji. ....,. tn ... IO V Til,,, ,.
foregolntr is the true meaning of Jesus In S
verso a mil nnne.ir moru cieariv in wiiae -i
he sas In verges 10. 11 and li Ho comes
out here In tho plainest terma and com
mends faithfulness by several allusions.
First, one must bo careful of tho Httlo
things. If one learn to bo untrue there ho
will bo untruo In great things. Hero
is advlco touching tho secret or
most temptations. Second, these earth
ly or temporal things bear a direct relation
to heavenly and eternal things. Falling In
tho handling of the forjner prevents the
securing ot the latter. Man's constitution
13 such that ho blunts those powers that
look upward when ho wrongly uses those
that look downward. Whi will bo able to
correct the injury thu3 effected? Third,
faithlessness In regard to what belongs to
another man prevents a duo estimate of
what belongs to one's self, and therefore
diminishes tho value of one's possessions.
Who will be able to overcome this law In
human nature? All these three directions
strike at the very secret springs of action
ard suggest what Is of supremo importanca
in nil Intercourse with men. Tho elaboration,
ot the instruction would bo attended with
DIVIDED (Verse 13.) Now comes ono of
those remarkable sentences in which Jesus
shows Iil3 Insight Into human nature and
his acqualntamo with tho philosophy of
right living. "No man can serve two mas
ters." etc Of course h cannot. The? as
sertion Is a trulm. Hero it has two pur
poses. Tho unjust stow ard could not serve
tho rl-h in.m who cmplojcd him and the
Mammon, which he loved. His divided
he-art caused him to Lreak down. So every
man who attempts to work for another
must remember that he must regard the
other's Interest, and so truly serve him. If
lie- rinrs Tint hi txIII f.ill. Rnrl sooner or later
H,, ...HI irrrta Inlft trtiiKIrt TToe lo ti tutv t"-
for all wage-earners. In like manner thftTri!jl
Christian must remember that h is to sert'.Iiv J
Christ alone, fl Cor. x. 3D That co:
eratiim will to a uniform eorrectlve. - Ni.
mm vlll go astray in any relation ot llfeiv'
who endeaiors always to servo God. And
he who goes with a supremo desire to ac
cumulate propertv (I Tim. xl, 9) Is certain
to forget God. fall Into sin and end in
trouble. An undivided heart, loyal to its
lawful master, .3 the safe rcga!ator and
guide of human conduct.
CONCLUSION Our lesson pertains to th 5
everyday life of a follower of Christ. It
enjoins faithfulness to worldly trusts and
honesty in money transactions. It com
mends the earnest seeking of friendship
among th ungodly bv such noble charac
ter and Innocent conduct as will win ap
proval. It asserts that danger lies In dlsr
gardlng little things and that the earthly
and temporal lnvolvo tho heavenly ami eter
nal. It shows that the heart Is the seat
and source of the outward life and must
be sligle In lis alms and purposes, and that
a divided heart, resulting In an attempt at
double service, will bring disaster. Ilcre-nfte-
let no one say. as some have said,
that tho religion of Jesus has Ilttlj or
no reference to the duties and re
lations that Ho all about U3 In this world.
Jesus camo- to aet up here a kingdom of
righteousness, nnd he invites men lo become
his disciples that thev- may know how to
livo among their frtlow-men. His word3 are
full ot wisdom and", 'f applied, human soci
ety would speedily jo reconstructed and
men would become good and blessed.
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