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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JULY 5. 1902.
PRESBYTERIAN MISSION CHAPEL
WILL BE DEDICATED TO-MORROW.
NEW POPE AENIE PRKSm i 1.H1AN Mifcsiu.N inAlEL. WHICH IS LOCATED
AT NO. fill PENROSE AA INI V ND WHICH WILL BE DEDICATED TO-MORROW
AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK. ,, ... hJI
The new Pope Avenuo Presbyterian Mis
sion Chapel. No 4H4 Penrose avenue, will
be dedicated to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock and the programme for the occa
sion lncludo a. number of interesting feat
ures. Tb Rtvertnd Henry tiaraner, pastor
of the Le Avenue Church and Moderator
of St. Louis Presbytery, will preside and
preach the dedicatory sermon. The Rev
erend C. M- iljucli of the Cote Hrillunte
Church will oiler the Invocation and lead
in the song ervice. The Reverend Alvln
Aufderhclde will read the scripture loson
nd a history of the mission will be given
y W. H. Herrick, Sunday-school mission
ary for the Presbytery. Miss Ida Rliodus
will officiate at the organ, and fecial mu
sic will be furnished by the choir of the
Lee Avenue Church. Mr. Cliff R. Cronln
cer. former Sunday-s-hool superintendent.
will speak of the early history of the mis
sion! and Henry Scnroeder. present su
perintendent, will review Its later history.
Mr. F. L. Grierson will sing a solo, and
toe Reverend Doctor Aufderheide will offer
the dedicatory prayer.
The Pope Avenue Mission has had an in
teresting history. A Sunday school has
tieun held In that neighborhood under dif
ferent Presbyterian influences for a num
ber of years. As usual, it had Its ups
and downs, and while its life was at a low
ebb, Mr. Herrick came to Its rescue, and In
co-cperatlon with the present superintend
ent and others succeedd in building up a
flourishing school. The Lee Avenue Church
was invited to take the school under Its
care and to make It a special mission
point, and this Is Its present relation. The
mission building, while not a pretentious
one- 1 pomfnrtahlft find has been erected
without debt, except to the Board of
The First. Central and Compton Heights
Christian churches will unite a Christian
Endeavor service at the First Church to
morrow evening and the programme for
the occasion will include the following:
Voluntary. Doctor C. C. Vanderbeck; song
service, conducted by J H- King; scrlrtuie
reading, conducted by II. IL Hodgdon. vU-e
president of the St. Louis ChrUtlan En
deavor Union; prayer by R. B. Heller, as
sistant pastor of the First Church; solo.
"Star Spangled Banner," by Miss Artia
Hyatt; nve-mlnute talk"?. "Ev ery Endeavor
er a Patriotic Citizen." by Messrs Bruco
E. Rose, president Compton Heights Chris
tian Endeavor Society: W. E. Wagner of
the First Church and H. H. Wilson of tho
Central Church X. P. S. C- E. Address to
"The Days We Celebrate. February 22 and
July Fourth," by J. L McClelland, presi
dent of the St. Louis Christian Endeavor
The Congregational Church or the Re
deemer, the Reverend George Lloyd, pas
tor, will have Its monthly evening Fervlca
to-morrow evenlntr. The features of tho
programme are: Voluntary by the organ
ist. A P. Thursby; soprano solo, "Come
Unto Hlra," Handel, by Master Elmer
Curts of Christ Church Cathedral; tenor
solo, "Forget AH Thy Sorrow." Millard, by
C. C. Klrkpatrlck; soprano solo, by Master
Elmer Curts; soprano solo,. "Consider the
Lilies," Topllft, by Miss Lotta Krcnnlng;
the pastor will preach on "The Supremacy
of Christ": soprano solo, "The Lord Is My
Light," MIbb Krennlng; chorus, "Bless the
Lord. O, My Soul," by the choir.
The Grace Presbyterian Church tendered
a reception to Its pastor, the Reverend
Charles L. Chalfant. last Wednesday even
ing, when in addition to the membership
there was a large attendance of friends In
the community. The address of the occa
sion was made by the Reverend Henry
Dlckerson of Indianapolis, 2nd., after which
refreshments were served.
The Presbyterians of tho city will open
their rummer tent meeting campaign to
morrow with three tents. One will be lo
cated at Eighth and Carroll streets, near
the Markham Memorial Church, where It
will remain during the entire season. An
other will be located at tho corner of Pago
and Aubert avenues, and another still at
Compton and Bell avenues. These latter
two will remain In their several localities
Xor three weeks, when they will be removed
to other parts of the city for a like term.
In all three tents, the Initial services will
be held to-morrow night. Special evangel
ists and other speakers. It Is arranged to
hold services each evening during the
iweek except Saturday.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES.
Topic: "The Father's Care'
(Matt vi, 3534; Psa.
ciii, 13 and 14.)
The theme for conference at the different
denominational young people societies te-
- morrow evening. Is 'The Father's Care."
founded on Matthew vi. 2531. and Psalm
clil. 13 u.
The first of these two Scriptures is taken
from Christ's Sermon on the Mount, and
the second forms a part of the Hilld. or the
song of thanksgiving and praise. The for
mer illustrates the necessity of a tanse of
implicit -trust In the heavenly Father in nil
things, and the latter states God's care for
nls own children in most endearing terms.
r ESSENTIALS In this segment of the
rEermon on the Mount, Christ declares that
life and the body are more essential than
ell else. "Is not the life more than meat,
and the body than ralmentr By thip Is
meant that the soul life is more important
than the body, with which It is clothed,
and the -body than the raiment with which
rit is covered. Christ would have us put the
emphasis on life where It properly belongs.
With many externals are everything, and
they are content with being "whited sep
ulchres." As a rule, men a nd women spend
more time and money In dress than In car
ing for the body, and less for the welfare
of the soul than for anything else. The ten
dency Is to magnify the nonessentials and
minimize the essentials. Christ would stamp
his disapproval upon every such tenJcncy.
and would exalt the real aim of i'fe.
FAITH AND TRUST Along with th's
lesson, Christ inculcates another, that of
living a life Of faith and trust. So he says.
"Be not over anxious for vour life, what
ye shall eat. or what ye shall drink; nor
yet for your body what yo shall put on.
Behold the fowls of the air: for they saw
not. neither do they reap nor sather into
barns; yet your heavenly Father fcedcth
them. Are ye not much better than they?
And why take ye thought for raiment?
Consider the lilies of the field how they
grow; they toll not, neither do they spin.
And yet I say unto you, that even Solomon
in all his glory was not arrayed like cno
Of these. Wherefore. If God so clothe the
grass of the field, which to-day is. and to
morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not
much more clothe you, O ye of little fa th? '
What an arraignment this of the lack of
faith on the part of most of God's chil
dren to-day. From Monday to Monday the
all-absorbing question in almost every
home Is, "What shall we eat? or what shall
we drink? or, wherewithal shall we be
True, there is much In our modern in
dustrial system that would seem to neces
sitate seen inquiry. It is even more a ques
tion with the rich and prosperous than
with the poor. The truth is that such In
quiries arise more from a state of mind and
heart than from mere condition. Sin has
produced within us a restless spirit that Is
never satisfied. Moreover, It has xmder
mlned our faith In God, and we are to a cer
tain extent, unwilling tn trust him -further
" than we can see. We have reversal the
divine order, and so walk by "sight" and
not by ".faith." We are willing- to trust
. our heavenly Father when there is a Lalanc:
In bank, or when our salary is assured, but
beyond that we refuse to go.
.We are not to understand that Christ in
these words encourages Improvidence or
lack of Judicious forethought- That Is not
his Idea. He expects that we will use our
best judgement and experience in providing
our own sustenance and that of our farollv
Hut It still r-malns true that when we have
put forth our best effort, then we should
leave the results in the hands of our loving,
heavenly Father, knowing that he maketh
"all things work together for good to them
that love God. to them who are the called
according to his promise." The boundary
llnf of faith is where human power ends
and the Divine power begins. All b yonil
constitutes- the realm of faith.
THE KINGDOM But the closing thought,
the climax of the entire paragraph, is that
the Interests of the kingdom of God should
be paramount to everything else: "Seek
first the kingdom of God and his righteous
ness, and all these things shall be added
unto you." This, therefore, constitutes a
cardinal law of the kingdom. Its interests
mun be put above all else. In all our plans
and activities in life, we are to keep this in
view. The ultimate purpose In view should
bo tho advancement of the kingdom of
Christ. But alas how far short of this di
vine standard do we come. It is sadly
true that In most Instances Christ's king
dom and righteousness are seldom thought
of. and almost always take a secondary
CONCLUSION The very thought of God's
Infinite care should lead us to a more Im
plicit trust In him. It Is still true that
"like as a father pitleth his children, so the
Lord pitieth them that fear him." This
fact should lead us to a closer walk with
God. and to a higher regard for the interests
of his cause In the earth. It should lead
us alo to mure lmpllctly trust Him for
everytning and to rest In his divine care.
"Commit thy way unto the Lord trrt al
so in him. and he shall bring It to pass."
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
The list of sermon topics and special services
l&r lO-murTUwr is .
I DELMAR AVENUE. Delroar and Pendleto-j; the
Reiercnd Pocter J. T. SI. Johnston. Pastor
i Mornlne and evening services.
I GRAND AVENUE. ro. 2701 Ncrth Orana: tne
Reverend Alvln Clajcton. Pastor Mornlnc and
i enln? services'.
I LAFAYETTE rARK. Lsfajette and Mississippi:
I the Reverend Doctor T. C Carleton. Pastor
MAPLEWOOD. the Reverend W. L. Nash, Pas
tor Mornlrg "id evening services.
SECOND. Beaumont and Locust; the Reverted
Doctor w. W. lioj-d. i-ae;cr u a. m,. "A
Word for All Life". 7:45 p. m.. patriotic serv
ice. TAYLOR AVENfE. No. 1722 North Taylor: th
Reverend S. E. Ewlng. Pastor Momlnr.
"The I,ord Is at Hand": s p. m., "Won't You
TlIIlcO Grand and 'Washlncton: th Reverena
Doctor W. J. Williams, Pastor Horning- and
WATER TOWER. Grand and Florissant Moru-
inir and evening services.
TOWER GROVE. No. 1C3 Norfolk; the Reverend
Menta Sturgeon. Pastor Mornlnr and evening
RUSSELL AVENUE. No. IWJ Russell; the Rev
erend Prank Morton. Pastor 1030 a, m. and
7:S p. m-. preaching: 3 p. m.. Sunday school.
FIRST GERMAN. .So. ltal Rausehenbach; the
Reverend H. Schulz, Pastor Morning and
IMMANUEL. Cates and GooSftllow Horning and
e enlng- services.
WEST PARK. No. 644 Easton: the Reverend
Cecil V. Cook. Pastor Momlnr and evening
CAHUXUELET-Mornlrr;. children's day txer-
cites- S p. m.. the Reverend Joshua. Hickman
rnoniinc arJ evening.
MERAMiiC MISSION. Meramec and Ylrrlala
Morning and evelng services.
COMITON HEIGHIri. Rcsrell and Vandeventer.
J P Herset. Supply Pastor Morning and
LACLEDE AVENUR MISSION. Cardinal and
LaclJ; Carl T. Mauesca. Pastor Morning
and evening service.
1JKOADWAY MISSION. 211 Eonth yourta Mora
ine and evening services.
KOSSUTH AVENUE MISSION. Kossuth and
Grove Morning and evening services.
BADEN. Broadway and Burner: F. C McCord.
Pastor-Morning and evening services.
JEFFERSON AVENUE GERMAN. Jefferson and
Ann: C. W. Wall. Pastor Morning and even-
FIRST GEKJIAN. Rausehenbach. near St, Looll;
Henry Schuiz, Faster Services as usual.
CATHEDRAL. Walnut, between Second and
Third: the Reverend Eugene Ooyle. Pastor
Hats at . S and 1024 a. ro.; vespers, J:M
AJJNl'NCIATION. Sixth and La Salle: the Rev
erend J. J. Head, Pator-Mas. e. sua and 10:
a. ra.: vespers. 23U p. in.
ASSUMPTION. Sidney and Ninth: the Rverend
Patrick Dooley. PastorMass. i3 and 10 a.
HOLT CROSS (German), Church Read, Near
Mass. 5:30 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers, iao p. m.
TIOLY GHOST (German). Taylor and GarfleM:
the Reverend H. Tftw. Pastor Mass. t. t and
10 a. m.; vespers. 3 p. m.
nOLY INNOCENTS. No. KM Reber Place: th
Reverend John White. Pastor Mass at S and
10 a. m.
HOLY NAME OF JESUS. No. R East Grant;
the Reverend Patrick M. Tallca. Pastor Mass
at I, !, 9 anJ 10 a. o.; verpers. .do p. m.
BACRED HEART. University, Near Twenty-flfth-
the Reverend James McCabe. Pastor
Mass. i-OD. 7. 30 and 19 a- m.; vespers, 7rf
VISITATION Taylor and Easton; the Reverend
F L Dempsev. Pastor Mass. . 7:30. and
10': a. ro.: vespers. 3:39 p. m.
HQL.T ANGELS, St. Ance and La Salle: the
Reverend Father F. M. Kleity, Pastor-Mass at
. sao and 10 a. m.; vespers. 330 p. m.
HOLY ROSARY. Newstead and Msrgaretta; the
Reverenl D. J. Lav err. Pastor Mass at 6, 7:30
and 3 (children): 10, sermon.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Jefferson and
Locust, the Reverend G. D. Power. I-astor-23.
it 7:30. and 10:3) a. m.; Sunday school
at 5 p. m.
. jidt OF GOOD COUNCIL, Eleventh and Des.
trihan-. S5e Reverend P. O'Dcnohue. Paster
Mass. 7 and 10 a. m.; vespers, 3 p. m.
r ady' OF MOUNT CARMEL. Church and
Hall's Ferry Roads- the Reverend D. S. Phe
Un raMoS-Mass. 7:20 and M30 a. m.; ves
pers. ;: p. m.
t T1V OF PKRTETUAL SUCCOR (German).
i jntoti and Twentieth; the Reverend Actustlne
j SeSmpg. Pastor-Mass. CdG. S and 10 a, m.;
ct AGATHA'S (German). No. X2J South Ninth;
Tbt Referend Henry Schrage. Pastor-Mass. ,
snnd 10 a. ro,; vespers. IJ p. ra.
trr AGNES'S. Sidney and galena; the Reverend
bbn J. TarWath. Pastor-Mass. , 7:15. f.33
n J 10:15 a. rn.: vespers. 1p.m.
ct vuoYSlUS'S. Macnolla and January: the
Reverend F. G. Holweck. Pastor-Mass. 7:15.
I Jo and 10 a. m.: vespers. ISO p. rn,
ET ALPHONSUS-S. Grand and Cook-Mass. i-JS.
t. 7. S and 9 a. m.: high mara. 1030 a. m.;
yswi. 730 p. ro.
ST ANN'S. Page and Whlttler: the Reverend O.
j". McDonald. Pastor Mass. . 73i , 1030 a.
ni.; vesvers; 733 p. ra.
ET ANTHONY'S (German). Meramec and Ccrap
tnn: the Reverend Francis Alters. Paster
Mat. 6. S and M a. ro.: vtspers. i30 p. m.
ET AUGUSTINE'S (Gerrosnl. Usmore and He
bert: the Reverend H. A Hnckensteln. I-astor
Mass. 6. and 10 s, ro.: veipera. 130 p. m.
ET BERNARD'S. Hawk and Gratiot: the Rev
erend Peter J. Bremleh. Pastor Mass. 530.
730 and 10 a. ra.: vespers. 2 p. m.
ET BONIFACE'S (German), Mlcnlgan and Schlr
mer. the Reverend H. Niters. Pastor Mass, 5.
8 and 10 a. m.i vespers. i-JO v. re,
ET. BRIDGETS. Carr and Jefferson: the Rever
end Edward Tenlon. Pastor Mass. 530 and 1030
a. m.: vespers. 3 p. m.
6T. CAEIMIR'S. Elichth and Mullanpby: th
Reverend Raphael L. X. Gemleunskl. Paster
Mass, c t and to a. ra.: vespers. 3p. rn.
erend Cbarlen R. Watson, Pastor-uorclnr and
ET X)LUMnKlLIJEra Michigan and Davis; the
Reverend Francis J. Jcncs. Pastor Mass. t, I
and 10 R. m.: vespers. 4 p. ro.
ST. CRONANS. Boyle and Swan; the Reverend
J, F. Foley. Pastor Mass. C 732, J and U a.
ro.: vepew. 3 p. m.
ET. EDWARDS. Clara and Matntt: th Rever
end Edard J. Wnrne. Paster Mass. 739 and
10 a. m.: vespers. 4 p. m.
ET. ELIZARETH'6 (Colored). -No. HI North
Fourteenth: tbe Reverend Michael F. Spiaeb,
Pastor Mars. 7. 30 and 930 a. nr.: vespers. I
ET. MATTHEWS. Kenserly and Sarah: tho Rev
erend Joseph T. Shields, Pastor Mass, , 730.
S30 and 10 a, ra.: vespers, 730 p. ro.
ET. MICHAEL'S. KicTesth and Cllntcns th
Reverend Mleharl J. McCabe. rastor Mass. t
T30. S and 1030 a. m.: vejprrs, 230 p. ra.
ET. NICHULAS'S (German). No. vn Lucas;
the Reverend Joseph A SchaeJer. Pastor Mas.
(. S and 10 a. ro.
ET. PATRICK'S. Sixth and Riddle; the Reverend
Ttnio:h lempjey. Pastor Mass. t. 730, and
10 a. m.; vespers. S30 p. ro.
ES. PETER AND PAUL'S iGerman). Seventh
and Allen; the Reverend G. F. Goiter, Pastor
Msss. a. ra.; vespers, 4 p. m.
ET. ROSE'S. Gnodfellow and Elitl: tbe Reverend
J. J. McGlynn. Pastor Mars, S30. and 10 a.
ST STANISLAUS'S (Polish). Twentieth and
Cas: the Reverend Urban Stanonskl lastor
Masii. 730 and 330 a. m.: vespers. 3 p. ra.
ET TERESA'S. No. 2HJ North Grand. th Rev-
crrnd J A. Connelly. 1'aitor Man. 1:15, f.ti
and 3-15. hlxh mas. 1" W a. m : cniklrea s
mass. a. ro.; tHncitlrtlon. 3 p.m.
ET THOMAS OP ADl'IN'rf. Iowa and Osas.
tre Reverrnd John II, Miiv. U I . Iatr
Mas, f. f and 19 a. ro.; Sunday KhvA. 23
ET ' INCENT DE PAUL'S (German and Kne
lls..!. I'ark and Ninth; the Ita-verrni II. vv.
Rtnrlch. c M : the lievennd A. 11. Asrouta.
C M . the Revererul 1. V. JudKc. C. M : the
Reverend S. II liulr. C; M.. lastors Max
anJ errnon. S-Ja. J0 and ?:I5 a. m.. h h
mass and serrncn. 5 and li)39 a. rn.; vespis.
devotions and benedlctton. 339 p. rn.
ST Vt ENCESLA U:TS (German). No 3S13 Ore
gon the Reverend John Nekula. 1-astor Mass.
S and 10 a. m.: vespers. 3 p. ro.
ES MARY AND JOSEPH'S Mlnnero'a and
Imn. the Reverend Miles IV. Tobyn. paster
Mass. 5 and 10 m.
ST KK l.N-S. Park and Cardinal; th Revetea.1
Ed J Shea. Pastor-Max. 5J. 7. S. 3J0 anJ
10 J') am.
ET MARGARET'S. Rorsell and Vardeventer
M"c at 7. and 13 a ro.: S p. rn.. strmon
ST RNGELIIERTF. Carter and Marcos; the
Reverend Anv.n Puck. l'ator Mkses. e and
10 a rn vesper-. 23" p. ro
ET FRANCIS Ije SALES (German). GravoJe
and Ohio; the Reverecd P. J. lts. l'astor
Mil". 5-2.1. 7.45 and U a. ro,; vesper". 230 p m,
ST FRANilS XAVIER'S. Grand and Llnd'Il:
the Reverend Henrv s Urcrureest. S.
Mass. 5. C. 7. SJ4 and 10 a. ra; vespers. (
ST HENRY'S. Hicknry and California: the Rev
erend John A. HoAman. 1-astor Mas. 538.
7 33 and I a. m. - v esper. 3 p. rn.
ST JAMES'S Tamm, Or-ravlte Wade; the Rev
erend E. A. Cacy. Pastor Mass. t and M a.
' ST JOHNS. Sixteenth and Chestnut: the Rev
erend James T foffey. Pastor Mass. , .. s
and 1030 a. m . vesp rs. S p. in.
ET. JOHN OF NEPOMUK (llehemlan). Sonlard
and Eleventh: the Reverend Joseph I!esoin.
l'astor Mass. S and lt a. ra . vespers. 3 pm.
ET. JOSEPH' (German). Eleventh and RMdle
the Reverend J Francis Valazxa. S J Mas,
tL fi finri U 9 m intav rfhool It : P. m. .
bendlc:ion at 3 p m
O'Fallon: the Reverend M. S. Urennan, l"ator
Mass. 530. 7. S. 9:15 and 1030 a. m.; vespers
at :1) p. m
ET LEO'S. Mnllsnphj and Twenty-third: th
Reverend J. J Ilarty. I'astor Mass. 539
30 for children: 3. with sermon: evening
service, consisting of rosary, sermon and bene
diction. ET. UnORIUS-S (German). North Market and
Hcgan: the Reverend G. A. Rels. Pastor Mass.
. and 10 a. m ; mprr. 230 p. ro,
ET. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPEL Newsteal
and Marvland: the Reverend P.P. O Rellly.
I'astor Mass. C. 730. 9 and 1030 a. m-: ves
per. 4 p. ro,
BT MAIWvCIIYS. nark and Ewtng; the Rever
end Charles Zlegler. Pastor Mass. 53ft, J0
and 10:30 a. ro,: vespers. 730 p. ro,
ET. MARK'S E'ANGEL1ST. Pace and Acade
my; the Reverend fter J. O'Rourke. Paster
Mass. . 730. 9 and 103) a. rn, and 330 p ro
ET MARY'S (German). Third and Gratiot: the
Reverend W. Faeter. Pastor Mass, , 5 an!
U a. ra.: Sundav school at 2 p. ra.
FIRST. No 3tK lcust: the Revwnd John L.
nrandt. Pastor Morning sermon by the Rever
end R. R Reiser. 'NotMjWlll.bat ThlnDe
Done". 7.45 p. m,. unlrn Y. P S. f E. senr.ee
CARONDELET. No. O01 Virginia: G. E. Ireland.
Pastor Mornlnr. "What It Means to Surrender
to Chrtt": evening, stereopticon views.
ELLBNDALE, Corner Hewitt and Lonham: O.
A. Hoffman. I'astor Morning and evening serv
ices. TUXEDO (St. Lout County). J. A. nennett Min
ister Usual morning and evening services.
OLD ORCHARD (Village Ha..). ! p. ra.. Sunday
EAST SIDE (East St, Lnuls. 11U. W. A. Meloan.
pastor llomlnc continued service from 1039
tn 12 rn.; evenlnc servK-es as uual.
EECOND. Eleventh and Tyler. W Davlex Pitt
roan. rastor 10 am., serv Ice combining scnoft!
and church: preacbinr b Irving Mcilonan;
S p. m . patriotic service, conducted by Mr
CENTRAL Finney. Near Grand: tbe Rev-erenl
Howard T. "Tee. Pastor Morning e-vlre as
usual . no evening service. The Rpverend George
L s-nlvely will preach at morning service
FOURTH. No 1501 Penrose: the Reverend E. T.
McFartand. Pastor-10 a m.. sermon to chil
dren. Mo-nlng and evening services.
FirTH. N , 2331 Soth Aventh: th Revererd J.
F. Qulfenberry, rator Morning and evening
COMPTON HEIGHTS. St. Vincent and Califor
nia th. Reverend J. N CTutcher. Pastor
Mornkig and evening services.
WEST END. Hamilton and Plymouth: th Rev
erend Frank J. Nlthols. rastor Mumir-g and
MOUNT CABANNE. King's Hlrhway and Mer-san-.
the Reverend Fr&nk G Tyrrell. Pastor
10:4S a. m.. W Daviess llttman will speak on
"Our Country and Oar King"; avenlng. special
HAMMETT PLACE. Corner Marcus and Hun
mctt the Reverend W. A. Mo"rr, Pastor II i.
ro,. preaching and communion: I p ro.. "Paul's
First Missionary Tour." stereopticon views.
COMPTON HILL, Compton ant Lafavete: the
Heverend W W. Newell. Pastor Morning and
FIRST. Deimar. Near Grand: the Reverend Doc
tor G IL Patton. I'astor Morning and evening
FOUNTAIN PARK, Aubert and Fountain: the
Reverend J. C Cromer. Pastor Morning and
MAPLEWOOD. the Reverend George E: Rates.
HTDE PARK. Bremen and Rials; the Reverend
W. M. Jones. Fa. D Pastor Mornlnr and
IMMANCEL. Hancock and Jamiesoa; the Rev
erend if, J. Norton. Pastor 11 a. ro.
MEMORIAL. Bulpbur and Way; tbe Reverend
Frank Foster. Pastor 11 a. ro, and $ p. ra.
services as usual.
OLIVE BRANCH. Sidney and Missouri: the Rev
jr.nd Doctor J. uesley Johnm wlfl preach,
11 a. ra.. communion service; S p. ra., "Mutual
VILG RIM. Washington and Ewlng- the Reverend
Doctor M. Burnham. Paatororninr com
nvinlon and reception of membtr; s p ra!
The Sovereignty of th Human WUL"
REDEEMER, Rarrett and Teompson: the Rev
erend aeorge Lloyd. I'astor - Morning, com
munion service: s p. ra.. monthly evensong
service: special programme. tusuos
ItEBER PLACE, MackUnd and Old Manchester
the Reverend Frank Lonsdale, Pastcr-S?rvlces
at 11 a, ro. and s p. ro.
OLD ORCHARD: the Reverend Harry Blunt.
raster-Usual morning and evening sereii,
WEBSTER GRO-ES: the Reverend CL L. Klca,
Pastor Mornlnr and evening m?Z- i-,,s.
Pastor Morning and evenlno- umX:.
FIRST OERM.1N. Garneld and Spring- the Rev
erend W. V -vnrn. Pastor li:4S a. rn.
EWEDlSILArmstronj: and Hickorr- the n.
erend C. O. Isakson. Vmnor-VLiTm. and si
rn.. senron ard services. m. ana s p.
UNION. No. I3 North Tenth: the Rev.- a
servtces?1"1 1'"Mo' d itenlng
BETHLEHESL Thirteenth and Allen- th. tj.
erend Edmund IVoblluky, AitorSlOso am"
and 730 p. ro,, serrtcea. "- a. ra,
HOPli Belt and Eastcn: th Reverend -v.i
B. Bird. I-astor-Mornlri sSd enfrorrrI!n
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAU Thirteenth
and Locust: the Reverend C. 51. r3aT,,mg!-;
7 and 8 a. ra.. holy communion: u , J? 5jT
lng trayer with sermon by Canui EineUlrsl"
m.. evening prayer and sermon. c,acul. P.
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION fit.. ...
Goodfellow: the Reverend DocSf StrnT, a5?
Winchester. Rector-7 a, m.. holy coramu-Ion.
11 a. ro,. morning prayer and sermra Jn"n,'
evening prayer and eerrr.cn. "r"ooa. P. ra,.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION Twe-ty-elghtb
and Washington; the Reverend rh..'
T BUIrfell. Acting Ileetor-V S'holy wnt
raunion; 11 a. ra.. sermon and holy communion
S p. m.. sermon and services. "-"""nunioa.
GRACE. El-venth and Warren: the Reverend
Benjamin E. Reed. Rector-The new rS2e
will offlciate at 190 a. m. and I p. rX tKtaT
MOUNT C.LVARY. Grand and Lafayette- th
Reverend F. W. Fauntlero?. lliSir-lii.
and a p. ra,. sermon and services.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. PlBe and Gar
rison: the Reverend Charles Trotroan. Rtcr--31
a. m. and p. ro.. sermon and serVlceV
ET. ANDREWS. Garrison and Cass; the Rev
erend J. A. Doorts. Rector 11 a, m. and 7M5
p. ra.. sermon and s-vlce,
ET. AUGUSTINE'S. Bruno and Blendon- th..
Reverend G. B. D Miller. Recti 'Su ,m
3 p. nx. aerrovn and service,
ET GEORGE'S. Pesdleten and Olive: th Rev.
erend R. A. Holland., S. T. D.. ReVtoMoS:
lng. "Uod Summer."
ET. JAMES'S. Goode and Cote Brllllaate- th
Reverend Doctor E. Duckworth. lc:or 73J A.
ro.. holy comrounlcn: 11 a. m. and t p. m ser
vices as usual. "
ST. JOHN'S. Hickory and Dolman; the Reverena
A. T. Young. Rector 730 a. m.. holy com
munion: holy communion and sermon on dr.
Peter"; 3 p. ro.. evensong and sermon.
ST. MARK'S, Fortieth and Washington; th
Reverend J. K. Brennan. Rector s a. ra.. holy
communion; 11 a. m.. service ty the ReverenJ
K. E. Reed. No evening service.
ST. PETER'S. Llndell and Spring; the Reverend
William Micrt, Hector 7:15 a. rn.. boly com
munion; U a. ro.. litany, sermon and boly com
munion. ST. PHILIP'S. Union and Maple: the Reverend
William Elmer. Rector 11 a, m sermon and
services; 3 p. m sermon and services.
ST. STEPHEN'S. Sixth and Rutger: the Rev.
ervsd H. W. Miner. Rector 7 and 9 a. ro,.
holy communion; s p. ra seTracn Aad services.
ST. MATTHEWSL Wilson. Near Frisco Park:
the Reverend C. II. ColUns. Rector 11 a. ra.
and S p. m,, sermen and services.
CHURCH OF THE "noD HEPHBRD. No. 2S32
rblena; the Reverend B. F. Newton, Rector
730 a. ro.. holv ccromuclon; 10:45 a, ro. and 5
p. ro.. services as usual.
IMMANCEL Old Orchard: the Reverend J. M
Northrcp. Rector 7 a. m boly ccromunlon; 11
a, ro, and B p. ro.. sermon and services,
ET. THOMAS'S MISSION (Deaf Mute). Boflnger
Memorial Chanel; the Reverend J. H. Cloud.
Rector 11 a. m.. services as usrral
ST. PAUL'S. Michigan and Malt; the Reverecd
P. H, Richer. Rector u a. ra. and 3 p. ra,
services and senson.
HOLT INNOCENTS. Morgan Ford Read and
Tholoian; the Reverend G. A. Ottraann. Rector
U a. m. and a p. ra sermon and services.
CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. No. at3 Plyra
mtb: the Reverend J. C. Quinn. Assistant
Rector 730 a. m.. holy communion: 1030 a,
ra.. morning prayer and sermon,
TRINITY. Channlng and Franklin: the Rever
end H. C. St, Pair Rector 7 a. ra.. morning
prayer: 730 a. ra.. holy communion; It a. m..
holy eucharist and sermon: t p. m.. errasonz.
EPH'HANY MISSION HOUSE. Ravte and Gib
son; the Revrrtad J. K. Brcnnas. Rector 231
P. m.. Sunday school; 930 p. ro., holy com
munion last Sunday of the month.
BETHANTA Twenty-third and Wash: the Rev
erend Paul Ihierkner. I'astor Services at 10OS
a- ra. and 73 p. m.
BETJIUniEM. Shaw and Hereford: the Rever
end Henry C Grabendtakel. Pastor Services at
P'30 a. m. and i p ro.
CARONDBLET. Jllehiean and Koeln: the Rev
erend Ldwanl L Illelbtrue. I'astor Servlcea at
1 a. ro, and 730 n. m.
CHRIST Manchester and mendon; the R-verend
John Krdmann. 1-avtor fcervlces at WaS a. ra.
and S p. m.
CHX'Itrn OF JESUS. Victor and Twelfth; the
Reverend J.hn J Flnk, Pastor Services at 19
a. ro, and s p. (n.
EMMAUs. Tiu-eu at4 TWer Grove: the Rev
erend tarl lltger. Patior .-Servlcs at 1031 a.
FRIf:is. Nlnetenth and Newhou: the Rev
erend oit" llaltzer. I"astor-rer vkcs at 10 a.
m. an.1 7.15 n
IMMA.VI'EL Maple and lmclll: the Reverend
a.r iiotr. I'a.tur Services at 1 a. m, and
- p. in.
E'!KN. Hsmllton and RartB-er; the Heveren-I
l aul pfeirfer. I'astor Morning and evening
bT. f:x''I?Irf:' c'e awl Blair; the Reverend
iv.u- Haas. I'astor Servkea at l'l a. m. anl
30 p. m.
55TJ..Jr',:'Vv.N"r:i?"s- Fourteenth and Malisen: tbe
i:v-rtn.I K. T H. Iieitex. I'n'tor Services at
rr Ji-s' T:tt r' "
ir hi- Sc"tt arid JeOreen: Ihe Reverend
iienry tVatser. Pastor ervlraa at 14 a. ro. and
34 p. m.
ST. MM'K'f. Thlr.1 an4 Soulard: the Reverend
i!,,H. Ellht. PaMnr-rrvicea at 1 a. ra. and
ST MATTHEW'S. JefTer-m and Pntorvar: th
itever,-nd Henn- I)re. Faster -Sen ice at 131
a. rn and 73 p m
'i-LI''"1. -N"'- W S'ooih Ninth; th- Reverend
J. inori. I'astor Services at M a. ro. and 8
i ' VA.ER.?. P"Hirteer.th arsl Carr; th- Rever
VH iS.n Ivlielc. I'astor-Serv Ices at 10 a. rn.
and .30 p. ni.
TIi,x'Tr Ne.ho ad Mrehiran: the Reverent
i.V.- E'er. Pa'tor-Services at 1 a. ro and
30 P- m.
Zl? T."rr,t-''fth and Renton; th Reverend
ii"-. Hallser. Pator-Servlces at It a. ra
sSfc?!,!ii N' McNsIr: th- R-verent A
r2r,rvra",or-' m. "Th- rorelving Tem
per or True rhrl.'tans." N" evening service.
n,-rn'in Hv-nns:ellrnl I.ullie-ran.
T,IIA,2iA.,N',ur, PrMge "''' an-l dsr: the
H-vtr.nd V Mn-n. Pastor-Services at 10 a.
n'. ar.I f p rn
irTlii.KliF-M. Fall-Hurv ard rirrtmnl: the
l.'eren.l c i jani,.w Pavter. lh Rev'rend
i-,,'Vi.Wr-,:r- AsL-tant-Servlce at S3) a. ra.
awl : i m
CI4':l?T- x". ajfl iroIlne: the Reverend n. It
J Fehuessler. I-attur-SVrvlos at 10 a. m. ana
CHIRCII OF THE HOLT GHOST. Miami an
win: th- Reverend Charles C. Schmidt. Pastoi
SZSttr t 3- a. ro. and 2 p. ra
CONCORDIA. No 2!l Fore-t: the Reverena
George p. A. Schaaf. i'astor Services at 1
E11ENEZER. Xa fuj Church Rnad; the Rever
end I-erdlnand S Iluenger. Pastor Services at
10 a. ro. and 7:30 p. rn.
EMMAI'S. jjo. -3jj jerTersen; the Reverena
Rlihard T. Kretrchmar. Pastor-Services at
19:t a. m and S p m.
"OLY GHOST (irand end Pare; the Reverend
Pedro Ilgen. Pator Service at 130 a. ra.
5JV A-;r. u Fifteenth and Marian; the Rever
end G ancerln. I'astor Serv lc at 930 a. ra.
anu 230 p. m
ST JOHN'S. Mnrrnn Ford Rnn-I and Chippewa,
the Rrvereoil llemivn Rartels, Pastor trvlce
at ltt a. rn. and 7 p. rn.
ET LI'Kirs. Iiaka and Compton; the Rever
end Frederick tv. King. Pastor Services at 19
ST PAUL'S. Prairie and Von null; tbe Rever
end John P. Koest-nng. I'astor Services at
93 a. rn. and 234 p m.
ST. PETfcR'S. Vista and Newstead: th Rever
end Thftid re Schnrdel. pastor i-erv ices at 10:15
a. m. and 7.15 p. ta
ST. TRINITY. Sixth ad Kovln; the Reverend
Jacob J. nerntbai, I'astor tervices at 10 a. ra.
bUKDlslI GETI1SEM.NE; No. 1J1I California;
the Reverend Carl J. ltenaaril. I'astor Services
a: 11 a. re and 7.45 p. m.; Sunday school at
W a. m.
TRINITY. Lafajetle arid Klchtb; the Reverend
otto C. Hauer. I'astor Set vices at U a. ra.
an-l 3 p. m.
ZluN. bent, n and Twenty-flrst: the Reverend C
F. Oberroeytr. l'astcr services at 10 a. ro. and
230 p ro
JIItilo.N FOR THE DS.VF; the Reverend Her
man Hallenberg, I'astor Services at iUoa
Church at 3 p. m. In sign language.
CARONDELET iSouth). Virginia and Haven; the
Reverend J. M. Lngiood. PaMor Mumisg and
CVRONIjKIXT. No. 7fi Virginia: the Reverenl
H. C. Mais. I'astor Mbrnlag and evening serv-
ClvTENARY South). Sbnith and Pine; th
ittvurertd Doct r J. 11. lounc. I'astor iloro
.nic and evening sennon by tiie paster.
FIRST (SjU.hi. Glargow and Datu.n. the Rever
end IVCtor 11. J. rlsadarsan. i'at-r Mumlnjr.
the Reverend W. M. Freer; evening. "Thre
busts in Sin."
lMM.vM'r.l. (south). McCausland: the Reverend
A. H Duggins. l'astcr Mcrntng and evening
LAFAYETTE PARK (South). Lafayette and
Missouri: the Reverend Doctor C t. 1'attlllo,
1'iJ.tor Morning and evening services.
LINDLL AVENUE. Lindell anl Newstead: the
Reverend Doctor L'anlel Durrhester. I'astor
Moraine "The Dtvlea Element In American
MAI'Li: AVENUE. Belt and Maple; the Rever
end Doctor P W. Luc-, l'astur 11 a. ra..
Tho Conquering Power of Living Faith";
P ro.. -csaaiucns or spiritual unmtn by Ac
cretion." MAltMN (South). Sidney anl Twelfth; the Rev
erend Clarence Burton. I'astor Morning and
MOUNT AUBURN (South). North Market and
Hodlaraont, the Reverend Josphus btepnan.
Pastor Morning. lrr-essor Jamea M. Dixon
evening, the Reverend Irl Htcks.
MEMORIAL (German). Jefferson and Accomae;
tbe Reverend William Schuiz, Pastor Morning
C.UIANNE South). Arrad Hall: th Reverend
J. S. Tllley. I'astor Morning services.
ST. JOHNS (tooth). Locust anl Ewlag; the
Reverend Doctor J. W. L-e, rastor Morning
and evening a-rvlces.
ST. LUKE'S, lvtoouc and Texas: the Reverend
H C. Leonard. Pastor Morning services as
usual, evening, children's day exercises.
ET. PAUL'S (S-.uthi. JCo. ltl t- Louis, th? Rev
erend M. T. Haw. Pastor Morning and even
TOWER GROVE. No. UI7 Kentucky; the Rever
end B Wakefield. I'astor Morning and evening
BADEN". No. 552 McLaren: the Reverend Walter
H Bundy. Pastor Mamlsg and evening ser
vices In tent,
EHAW AVENUE (South), Shave and Tower
Grove; the Reverend A. S. Coker, Pastor
Morning and evening services.
COOK AVENUE. Cook and SArah; the RevereaJ
J Twyman Bojer I'astor Momlsg. "Oar Chief
Joy": v enter:. "Enendzed Salvation."
BRANK 51EMORIAL (South), Aubert and Page
the Reverend Ifcxtur II. H. Charles. I'astor
Morning and ev-atag services.
CARONDEIJJT. No. !1 Michigan; the R-v-eread
J IL Giuss. Pastor Morning and evening
COTE BRILLIANTS. Marcus and Labadle; tha
Reverend C. M. Kausch, I'astor Morning.
CURBY MBMORIAI. t'ah and Texas; th RT.
erend Doctor E. D Walker. Pastor Morning
ami evening services.
CENTItAL Garrison and Lucas; the Reverend
J. Lijtin JUuie. I"artnr 11 x ro,, 'The Chns
thui Name ' No evening service.
COMPTON HILL CHAI'LL Compton and Park:
ta lv erend t O. stamaea. Pastor vmrnine
Elder W. C. Butler will speak: evening. Elder
W L. Green.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. No. 2JH North
Grand: the Reverend F. T O'Connor. I'astor
Morning and evening services as usual.
GRACE. Cara and Ridge: the Reverend Charles
L Chalfant. Favtor il a. m . "CMMren and
to uty--; evening, --ccceas eextng Jesus."
GRAND AVENI E (South). Grand and Washlr.
tun. the lUverend Doctor J. F. Cannon, Pastor
Morning and evening services.
FIRST. Washington and Sarah; the Reverend
Doctor W. J. iieK.t'rtck. Pastor: th- Reverend
G W. King. Assistant Morning. "Filling Life
Full". 7 p. ro. Ttoung l"eop)e's meeting.
FIRST IV. P.). Nenstea.l and Jlorcsn; the Rev
erend ensiles It, Watson. I'astor Morning.
GRAND AVK.SUE. Grand and Forest Park Boul
evard; tbe Reverend 1 W. Ashwoul. paaior
10:4.. a. ra.. "Th- Futile Effi.n". 1.6 p. ro.,
Quenched Thlid '
LAFAYETTE PARK. AHlon and Missouri: the
Reverend S. C. l-almer. 1-astur 1930 a. c.
and k p. rn,. serrlt.es as usual.
LtL AV.HNLK. Prairie and Lee; the Reverend
Henry Gardner. I'astor Moruirg.
Rr,FORSIia. llclilllan and Taj lor: the Rever
end IL M. 1'earce. I'astor Morning and evening
LUCAS AENUE (Cumberland). Lucas and
Channlnc; the Reverend Doctor B. P. Fullertcn.
I'astor Morning, "Lovs Cooling Off'; no even
MeCAUHLAND AVKSUE. the Reverend J. N.
Real. I'astor Mornlca and eveniri: services.
MEMORIAL TABERNaCLK. Fifteenth and Carr:
the Rev erend IXtctrr II. Mazlll. I'astor Morn
ing and evening services.
MAKKHAM MEMORIAL, ilenard and Julia: ths
Itevervcd Charles Stelie. I'astor Jlornlng.
NORTH. Eleventh and Chambers; the Reverend
I.ctr A. T. Wolf Arting I'astor 10:45 a. ro..
"The hure and Mea4lasi Ancbor", s p. ra.,
Tne Lazy Man and Ui Lion.
NORTH liAUANNU, Pvr'roer Avence. In Cbun
15 , tbe Reverend Howard Smith. Pastor Morn
ing and evening servtcex as usual.
OAK HILL. Bent and Humphrey: the Reverend
Samuel 1. lands), lntor 11 a. m.. "Ctrlitan
Patriotism", evening. "City Evangelization,"
RAYMOND PLACE (Cumberland). King's High
way and Cabanne. the Reverend Taylor Ber
nard. l"anct Morning services as usual. No
SECOND. Taylor and Westminster: the Rever
end Doctor S. J. NIccolU. LL D.. Pastor: th
Reverend K. C Dtelrco. Assistant Morn Jig
and evening services . . ,.
TYLER PLACE, Rusa and Spring; th Rev
erend D. R- Iceland. Pastor Moraine and even
WASHINGTON AND COMPTON AVENf-E: the
Reverend Doctor Harris H. Gregg. Pastor
Morning. "Our Authority." Nn evening service.
WEST. Maryvllle and Maple; the Reverrnd Doc
tor F. L. Ferguson, x'asMr Morning and even
FIRST REFORMED. McMillan and Taylor: the
Reverend M. M. Pearce. Pastor-Momlrg and
CIJFTON HEIGHTS: the nev-rend E. J". Bnms.
I'astor Morning. "National ITospeHty and
llety": I p. m.. "A Great Nation for Religious
Consistency and Effort"
WAGONER PLACE U. P.): the Reverend A. M.
Campbell. Pastor Morning.
FOREST PARK MISSION, No. 4149 Manchester:
the Reverend O. W King. Pastar s p. rn..
communion and reception cf members.
UNION. Lucas and Garrison: tne Reverend Doc
tor N. Luecoclr, Pastor Mornlrg. communion
service; evening, sermon by Jack Cooke.
WAGONER PLACE IftrotM. th- Reverend Doc
tor T. E. Sharp. Pastor Morning, the Reverend
Doctor H. J. Henderson: evening, "the Rever
end W. 51. Freer.
FRY MEMORIAL, Clifton Heights; th Rever
end Martin L. Curl. Pastor Iteming and even
MAPLEWOOD. May's Hall The Reverend Mr.
Granbr of Kansas City will preach at I p. ro,
COODK AVENUEv Goode and North Market;
the Reverend S. W. Clure. I'astor.
BOWMAN. Twentieth and Obear: th Reverend
Joel A. Barker. Paster Morning and evening
OAK HILL; tha Reverend K. J. RlnkrL Pastor
11 a. ro. and S p. m.. services as usuaL
KIHKWOOD (South), the Reverend A. F. Smith.
Pastor The Reverend Mr Leland of Colorado
will preach morning and evening.
FEItGUMJN iSouihi. the Reverend Olln Box-
K-ti. Pastor Miinung and evening service.
HARLEM l'LXi'E. Jamleaan and Filer: th
Reverend J. R Brenlngton. I'astor Morning
and evening services.
TRINITY. Tenth and Ncrth Market: the Rev
erend Harry L Hevens. I-astor-3lornlng. "Th
I'erfett 3tan S V m.. eraneellsfl- aervleea-
7 p. ni.. open-air services: reception of members
morning and evening.
Tt'XKlMl th- P.eveiend P. R Davis. Paster
S,.""lf.,",in """ J'unoay-scntoi as nruai.
CSOK,AV.Nl K ''HUltni. the Reverend Dcctor
smart, I'astor Mornlrg and evening services
SHREWSBURY, the Iteverend H. T. Davis.
1 astor 330 a. m . morning service; no after
noon service during the summer.
FERGUSON: the H-v erend M. V. P. Teaman.
Pastor-Preaching at 11 a ra. only, by thi
ReverenJ Doctw - ri. KlnJt
I,?fK. UILI Fl- I'OuU County; the Reverend
v. II Smith. I'astor-3Iotnlng and evenisg serv
ices. Kr.'.lJ'.0(.n' J'1" P"vernd Doctor IT. C Evans.
I astor Morning and evening a-rvlces
WiiMrrn,.ol!f,v,SS' ,n" "everend David M.
tkllllnr. l'avtit-Morning and evening services
PEOPLE'S riii-n.-H (Suuth). No. SIS North
Eleventh, th- Reverend R. II Bent, Pastor
isual nwmlrg and rventng services.
nitST GERMAN. Tenth and Rotser: the Rev
erend J. O. Kexler. Pastor W30 a, nL. Ger-
...,., . t.-rn t p. nu. r.ngnsn.
BADEN: the Reverend Wllvin Stltt, Pastor
Momlng and evenlns services.
tVJNNERAGp CHI'ItrH. Winnebago Street and
K. . JK"BU- ""e jieverend A. Himemana.
Pastor-1130 a. m. preaching la German: p.
ra.. preaching In Enelish.
STMARK'S. Cardinal and Belt: tfc Reverend
P?Tterr- lPDO!,l I'J'tor-Mornlng. semen
and service by the pastor
Milr;aT.eCA-MAILr- -v" 1W Euclid: the R'V
v.2 r,i "P!- I'slor-W:lS a. rn.. "The
Power of TUptlsm". 3 p. ro.. German service;
s p. m.. My Strength and Song."
G.7S Bf- !uis and GarTlson; th Reverend
Msrtl.n nawrt. Pavtor-H30 a. ra. anl S p.
m.. services as usual.
ST PAUL'S MIFSIi.N. Chouteau and Taylor-
,.Tt?5l.S?.Jf22?n bT doctor Rhodes.
tr.IM?prw,..MISSIO-N- No- Vandeven
. '.M .Jll!,.mn ln Charge Sunday school
Rev'e-rend W." PSachs?'"1'1 " P' "
MAPLE AVENUK, Mapl- and Oarendon: the
Reverend J f. Horning. Pas tor-M oral n.
ir. II,v"lr. lathers Care" ;evenlng.
"Waiting en God."
S$J 4S;im!u,.,.: ,fc. Reverend W. F. Horst
meyer. Pastor Mrralng sermon only.
CHURCH OF ' THU MESSIAH, Garrison snd Lo
cust: th Reverrnd John W. Day. Pastor
11 a. ro. "The Gorjtl Cf a Church VaeaUon,"
last service until fall.
Chrlailnn Church (onsectarian).
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Und-II Boulevard and
J,andeventer Avenu; the Reverend Abraham
E. Nelson. D. D.. raster Momlng.
CimiSTIAN ClfURCII. FMwm and Towr Grov
Avenues: the Reverend Abraham E. Nelson. D.
D" Psstor-Servlces at 330 a. ra and 23 p.
rn.; 330 p. m.. sermon by the pastor.
Reorganised Clinrch or Jeans Christ.
ROCK CHURCH. Glasgow and Dlrkson-Sunday
school. 930 a. m.; sacrament service. 11 a. ra.:
$ p. ro.. preaching by Elder R. Archibald.
NO 5731 3IANCHESTER AVENUE-Su.-da
tcnool at 14 a. m.; prayer meeting- at 230 p.
m. and 30 p. m.. by Elder George Rarraeloueh.
HI,.M.,".,.n.l:YSTnEKT AND MOROAN FORD
ROAD Sjnday school at 330 a. m,. preaching
tt I p. n, br J. Chrlstenion.
FIR.rr GERMAN niCRni OF THE NEW JE
ItrSALEM. Twelfth and Tyler; the Reverecd
Oiarlea ,. Nu'sbaum. Pastor Services as
THIRD FOCIETY OF THE NEW JERUSALEM.
St. Iwl and Rausehenbach; the Reverend C
L Carriere. I"ator II a. m., sermon and serv
ice. Clirlstlnn Scientist.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (Scientist). No.
pi Pine Services at 10:15 a. ra. and S ra .
SKCiiNO CHURCH OF CHRIST (Scientist).
Hennaraxn HalL No. S7Z1 Olive Services at 10:1a
UNION MISSION. No. 1M2 Franklin; the Rev
erend M. B. Gott. I'astor ITeachtng at 11 a.
m. and S p. ra. by L. D. Aboo:t- Other service-
OIURCH OF GOD. No 2529 Mcntgora-ry; the
Re erend J. N. Uloyd. Pastor 5-erv tees at 1030
a. ra.. 2 p. ro. and 5 r
NIEDRINUHAU.t MISSION. Seventh and Cass.
the Reverend C II. Leonard will preach at S
ET. LOUIS PROGRESSIVE UNION. Howard
Hall. Gsrr1on and OHve 230 p. ra, experience
meeting and demonstrations.
FIRST SPIRITUAL ASSOCIATION. Masonla
Terrpb Hall. O-leon; the Reverend Tboraaa
Grlmsbaw. Pastor 930 a. m., children's lyc-
um; 7:45 p. ro.. service.
TENTECOsTAL CHI ItCH. No. 912 aarrlson; the
Reverend L. C. Craig. Pastor 1:45 a. m. ana
730 p. m.
GI.E-VNER MISSION. No. 231 North Twelftb:
V M, Ruth. Superintendent J p. tn , Sunday
school, s p. nx. the Reverend W. IL Blake will
ErilICAL SOCIETY. Nineteenth and Locust;
W L. Sheldon. Lecturer u a. ro, special an
FRANKLIN AVENUE MISSION No. 1711 Frank
lin 23j p. m.. Sunday school; preaching at
73) p. ro. by th castor.
FS'GLISH EVANGEUCAU Garfleld HalU Thir
teenth and Wright; th.liever.nd -T U Muel
ler Pastor Morning service at M30.
ritu'lSTlAN CATHOLIC CHURC1L Goode and
eote BfilitaniV: tne Reverends L. a and Mary
McGee Hall, l-astors-439 a, m.. early praer;
waL ro.. 3 and I p. ra.. preaching.
npFV.DOOR MISSION. Seton-t and CUrk-Mr.
Ind art Gertauser. Superlnteruleata Services
at 11 a. m. and 730 p. ro. each day during th
SrtriHTY OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY.
EWeinth "O"1 I'estaloxzl. the Reverend H. U.
Scnroeder. Pator-2 p. ro. (German).
ST LOUIS THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETT. Ma
lonlcTerople. Odeon. Sirand and Finney Serv
ices at W30 a. m.. 'Tn Ancient Wisdom."
cuestlon and dlscusslcn.
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. Newstead and
Deimar- tbe Reverend R. C Porter. Pastor
lTeachirc morning and vning.
UNION MISSION. No. 9. Robert Avenue aad
Twenty-third Street: the Reverend T. A. Ham
ilton. I'astor 330 p. ro, Blhl reading; 3 p.
ro.. pmchlng by L. D. AhbotL
CHURCH OF GOD. No. 5214 Old Manchester
Road: the Reverend A. U. Harnett, Pastor
Services. 1031 a. ro.. 230 and 1p.m.
SPRUCE STREET MISSION. No. 11-13 South
Seventh 7:45 p. ra.. gospel acme, conducted
by Mr. V. O. Saunders, special programme.
OPEN-DOOR CHAPEL. No. HIS Soutn Broad
way: Mr. and Mrs, Haines. Superintendents 11
a, ro "Bible Reading'; lp.ro, special goa
CHURCH OF GOD. Benton and Thlrteeatn;
the Reverend John Cheary. Pastor Services at 4
CHURCH OF THE DIVINE HUMANITY. Del
mar and Spring; the Reverend S. C Eby. pas
tor Momlng services.
For July 13, "The Ten Command
mentsDuties to God," Ex.
xs, 1 IL
INTRODUCTION Two months after the
events recorded In our last lesson, or three
months after leaving Egypt (Ex. xlx. 1),
Itracl reached the plain of Slnal. where an
encampment was made for nearly a year.
That time was all occupied with arrange
ments necessary to the setting up of a
system of government and religion. Up to
that time the family had been the unit, and
that had gradually expanded until the tribal
system prevailed. For the further and full
er purpose of God the twelve tribes, bear
ing the name of Jacob's sons, must be?
compactly Joined together, not losing their
oM spirit, but gaining ln more perfect form
the Idea of unity, that they might stand to
gether for one great thought, which had
led Abram form Ur of the Chaldees Into
the promised land. These people had 'much
tq learn. Having been long In bondage,
tltey were Ignorant of many of the leading
and. Indeed, essential features of ad
vanced civilization. Instruction must be
given on many points which are now well
DECALOGUE It Is worthy of special
note that the beginning was laid ln a series
of commandments, what Is ordinarily
termed the decalogue, or the ten words.
This was virtually the constitution, the
foundation on which everything rested a
kind of charter, the first ln th; language
of men. Considering the time wncn It was
Sromulgaled. and the fact that It has never
icn abrogated, although thirty-three cen
turies have, passed away. It is one of the
roost remarkable documents'! political his
tory, even now admired by thelbeologlans.
statesmen ana pmiosopners. The decalogue i
was delivered py uoa to Moses, who was
called up Into Mount Slnal alone to receive
d ud Into Mount Slnal alone to receive
it. This method Inrfited It with peculiar
ranctlty. causing the people to hold It with
utmost reverence, as worthy of their con
stant care. The decalogue Is ln two tables,
or parts one covering duties to God, the
other duties to men. We shall study the
first part to-day.
POLYTHEISM "Thou shalt have no
other gods before me." In the attempt to
explain natural phenomena and human his
tory the ancients mutlplied deities, and In
troduced various rites to placate them.
This habit resulted ln Innumerable evils,
which could not be corrected until the cause
was removed. (Ramans i. ). In setting
apart a people for himself tbe Almighty
therefore, began his covenant by ctalmlnc
the role and absolute loyalty and service of
Israel, enforcing It by the consideration
that he had liberated them and brought
them forth. (Verse i) He thus gave to
this people the high mission of holding
and propagating the doctrine of the Divine
unity until the whole human family should
receive It (Ira xl. 3). How unfaithful lhy
were to this monotheistic Idea their history
shows (II Kings xvlL 7).
IDOLATRr "Thou shalt not mak. any
10 Cents Each -10 Cents.
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2, 4, 6 nd 8 years.
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your name, address and ag for each pattern ordereeL
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graven image" to worship. It is the natural
tendency of an undeveloped mind to locate
the Deity and give him form, thereby ioj
ing to come Into more Intimate relations.
Hut this exerclres a most degrading: nn-i
corrupting Influence upon the rlevojce (Re
mans 1. S). as appears In the condition of
th whole heathen world. Man becomes
like that he worship". God Is a spirit (John
iv. 21). uncreatel. Invisible, immortal, lie
has neither body nor purt. He Is omnis
cient and omnipresent- Th!s exalte-1 vlir
of him U a pnmr condlt.on of acceptable
anl prolltahla approach. One who coipes to
ssch a being Is drawn upward out o. the
material amTsensuoia Intolthe realm wlnri
th- dornlnant forces play. To forbid Id-'a
was. therefore, necessary in training Is
rael, and ln training the race towart that
new manhocd destined to be realize.! In
Jesus Christ (Romans vid. 6). who Is tha
way and the pattern.
PROFANITY" "Thou Shalt not take .he
name of thy God ln vain." Reverence for
God Is as necessary as a conviction of his
spirituality. Ir is Indeed the beginning cf
wisdom (Psalm csl. lt. and cf every vir
tue. To exalt him ln one's thought De
motes humility and trust, and these mlnls-
, .,. ,.!., .a Ih. hli.h.r Al.mi.?Tt4 (if
character. IPror. XV. 3D. The very name
applied to the Deity Almlishty. Jehovah.
God whatever It mav he. educates, because
K wivvi lirt-iln Ideas to the mind ar.d
It eonwya certain 'f" ; . tiSiSJ. nIo
produces appropriate emotions. Hence. a.o
the manner In whicn tne name -s- pre-
nounceu a matter oi biou iuii "i'v;
It l ald that one name of God was held
.a iw! fit. efiA Jewi thnt therv never
snokn It, In their readlnc they passed it In
rJlence. To tnforce thte third ccmmnd.
oiaspnemy aa ii"'"'""' "" ""
xxlr. 16). and the whole conRTCgatlon, ty
Btonlnir the criminal, expressed their no -
horence of his tin. ,
tvni'CTnvifti.r Hire necatlve or pro-
hlbltory commands there came mepojltUo
nna rnanuaiury in ku i-..., ....... .
the uso of time. Six-sevenths of one's clay
should tc devoted to work ln secular af
fairs. (Verse 1U This was needful at that
time amonB people who had been !avH
and who minht desire to escape work, who
wtr foA trlrti mnnnn from heaven and
had less reason on that account for work.
It was also necessary lor ail time, ai ino
beginnlnsr man ln his innocence had tasks,
(Gen. II. 13). In setting up a nation and pre
parinrr It for Its future the Almlrtty deemed
it essential to enjoin Industry, to make the
weekday a duty and an honor. Not by
Idleness, which Is always dlsracelul. ami
danseroua (Prov. vl. 6). but by honest toll
may fortunes be ballded. characters devel
oped, wealth acquired and coveted Rood se
cured. Labor Li the price to be paid in all
lands and ages for every personal and na
tional blessing. This is God's word on the
SABBATH There mlcht be correct ro
tions of God and yet little rellxlon. Nega
tions might prevent bad actions: there Is
needed something positive to promote and
support a holy life. If a part of time was
allotted for secular things It wan we.l to
have another part for sacred things. A
holy day was. therefore, appointed, one In
evnv week, following all the work Says.
Six days of work and one day of rest,
(Verse 10.1 The language ln which this
command Is given indicates that Itls nota,
new enactment, but an o!d law re-enacted.
"Remember" signifies something that his
existed and Is to be carried forward. Tho 1
argument for a primitive Sabbath, observed I
ln the time of Noah and In the wilderness I
(Ex. xvl. J) has been ?w5'L"?? I
is regarded by some scholars as conclusive.
But whether there has been a Divine Intl-.
tiiflnn evieval wHh the race. and. therefore, I
hlrullne nfinn oil mn (MarK 11. 2.1. IS IS I
highly probable. It Is now admitted by all
that thf day sacredly observed Is suited to i
the highest mental, moral and social good i
of man under every form of civilization. Its,
appointment here was, therefore, an act of
CREATION A3 an incentive i tuc iaiwr
of the six days and the rest or the seventn
day God presented his own act er creat'on.
During six periods of time of uncertain
length. (The Hebrew word you translated
day has no eoulvalent In our langunce).
the Almighty had worked lu the physical,
and on the seventh period he had retired
Into the contemplatlin and movements of
the spiritual. (Gen. 11. 1-D. This reference
Is Immensely Important. It gives sanction
to the account of creation, which some have
regarded a legend, but which Is here trat
ed as history. Moreover, the conduct cf
men In the use of time Is to be regulated
by the very constitution or things. T
material universe Is constructed on the sep
tenary plan. lie wno causea an imngs nas
Impressed upon all things his own law. and
that manlfets Its wisdom by Its adoption
to human need. It amounts, therefore, to
this, that God's law of time Is simply a dec
i.MtiMn of fh. niture and fitness of thlnrrs.
REFLECTION'S L These four laws (the
one on time being in two partsi resti upon
nn authority which deserved to be respected
by Israel. God claimed the rlcht to govern
because he had been the deliverer from
bondage. (Verse 2.) He might have rested
his commands upon his sovereignty, but
that would not have been so easily under
stood. Every man knew the galling slavery
In Egvpt and rejoiced In the freedom. The
appeal to the ssnse of gratttute for mercy
would be more effective. 2. Piety, a right
relation to God. lies at the basl of good
character, and consequently of good govern
ment. Allegiance to one God. an Infinite
solrit, who cannrt be represented In mate
rial form, nnd reverence for his name Is
the beginning of wisdom and virtue (Prov.
It. 10). the germ of lofty thought and holy
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:"V""" T...i.ri- T. - "'i ""-.-1
""c """. i"2'"?'V.? . X"Z ""'-r ur .11
ume. oa tne nrst gin 01 ioa. as the mo.it
valuable of all our possessions in this life,
is an element oi piety, lie must divide our
time under two heads one having chief ref
erence to this world, the other to the un
seen world, and all as leading- to lust con
ceptions of God's plan of living. The work
days and the rest days succeeding each
other ennoble life.
Indian Home Jfearly Completed.
Tulsa. I. T July 4 The Odd Fellows
Orphans' Home, Checotah. will be ready
for occupancy .about September 3, Checo
tah. secured the home by donating 18) acres I
, .. ' . I
Carnecle Library Corner .Stone. j
Centxalla. 11L. July . George MU Moulton
of Chicago, grand master of the Masonlo
Lodge. wJl conduct ritualist service at the
laying of the Carnegie Library corner stone
on July 17. Governor Richard Tates is ex
pected to be one of the speakers.
4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 years.
Official Forecast Announced for
To-Day and To-ilorrow.
Washington. July 4- Forecast:
Illinois Fair and warm Saturday and Sunday;
fresh south to southwest winds.
Indian Territory. Oklahoma. Arkansas and
TOstern Texas Fair Saturday and Sunday.
Eastern Texas fair Saturday and Sunday;
fresh southeast winds.
Missouri Fair Saturdav and Sunday.
Kansas Fair Saturday and Sunday.
fct, Louis. Friday. July 4. 1302.
6-M a-m. t) p.m.
Thernvmeter. degrees.. M in
Humidity, degrees ..... ...77 11
Hlrectlon ot wind... ........ ....S S
Velodtv ot wind.. .... ........ 5 12
Weather at (0 a, m.. clear; at iJ p. m-.
part cloudy. Maximum temperature,. 32: mini
mum. Ti. River. :(. feet,
R. J. HTATT.
Local Forecast OacUL
Department of Agriculture. Weather Bureau
MiewMagscu oowvaiicus recenea at su iruw
,cl" ::MZ- at t9 p. m. local time and p.m.
eeveaty-nfib. merklua ume. ObtrvaUons madj
at u,e same moment at all stations.
Abilene ... at ss .. air
Amarllio ..SW I M .... Fair
Atianti ...................... B -: s .... Clear
Rlsmarck JV Ji ;i Sudr
f.JS?it' 1X i. SJ J"J
ejeattanocga MJ ts 3 .... Fair
Cincinnati sv u S2 .... Clear
. -cive;and sff 8 as .... Clear
tSifZ, 55- !! ?t '" ' Sl!J
coiumuus syv is sz .... uear
caiSry"::""::::::::.V.'.UNW M M ::." cloudy
Cheyenne S 41 C .It Cloudy
Dulutb SU H (2 .0: Cloudy
Iubuque S U is .... Clear
Davenport S si is .... Clear
Dt Moines ....... ..... .3 52 86 .... Clear
Denver ,..NG 64 72 .... Fair
Dodce City S 81 so Clear
El Paso SW M M .... Clear
Fort Smith SB N ii Fair
SE 12 S Fair
Urand Ilaven... ........SV TS 10 .... Clear
Grand Junction ...NR ta TO .... Cloudy
-Huron ....,.-... .8 fS S3 .... Cloudy
Helena SW 50 &2 .01 Cloudy
Indianapolis ............ S IS 90 .... Clear
Jacksonville .......&! 84 SS ., Clear
Kansas City 3 82 .... Fair
Little Rock ...........SB Is 90 .... Fair
LoulsvUla ... ..... ........ .S M 96 ....'Fair
Lander ....W 60 .... Cloudy
-Monuromery S SS 38 .... Fair
Memphis ............. .W s$ 90 .... Oear
Marquette ... ,..SW 72 S4 .12 Rain
Modena .JJW U O Rata
New Tork....-,............S 74 84 .... Oear
Norfolk .....SH W 94 .... Fair 1
New Orleans ............3 S4 92 Oear
Nashville .N S3 94 FaJr I
North Piatt. ...........NV 75 82 Fair
Omaha . ........ .....9 92 84 .... Cloudy
Oklahoma SK 84 t) .... Cloudy
Philadelphia -..... S 7S U .... Fair
Palestine ...... ..SE 84 Sa Clear .
-Pittsburg ........,....'W s .M Clear "
Parkersburc ......3V 85 92 .... Clear
Pueblo ... ...... .'W 76 So .. Clear
u-Arpeiie ...SB 70 72 .... Cloudy
IltUl .1LT ...H.Mw.n..an J
-........ . c
Eprtrgneld. nl sw M 90 L.! Oear
m. Louis .... s 6 92 .. Fair
Sprtncneld. Mo .- S S3 si .. Fair
-Salt Lake n M a .04 Cloudy
... sw .4 .... Oear
vlitlne . ...vr 76 ai ..Z dear
Washington .... SE so a Fair
"Wichita .., S 84 8$ Fair
St. r.ial.................!-E 72
, ,R- J. HTATT.
Local Forecast OfdclaL
PICNIC OF SCOTTISH CLANS.
Twenty-Fourth Annual Onting
Held in Normandy Turk.
The twenty-fourth annual picnic and
games of the Scottish Clans were held yes
terday ln Normandy Grove. One of tho
largest crowds that ever attended a Scot
tish Clans picnic in this city was present
In the 100-yard handicap. O. E. ffchnpfer-
Irg was first: Andrew Elder, second, and
TV. Doyen, third. Schaeferlng also won first
ln the broad Jump, clearing 13 feet, with
Tom Altken second and Andrew Elder,
third. In the boys, race. 100 yards, for
boys under U years. W. Elder was first.
James Barker, second. J. Scott, third and
E. Scott, fourth. In the race for gtris
under H. Ida May was first. Katie Monroe.
secorJ. J. Parker third and Miss Hllde
brandt fourth. A, Rowson won the putrj
tlng-the-shot event, with a score of 33 feet
SH inches; G. D. Mattls. second. 33 feet 1
Inch, and Tom Altken. third. 3 feet.
The sack race was won by Tom Altken:
George Laxton. second, and W. Elder, .bird.
The sabor tossing event was won by Tom
Mclnroy, with Tom Altken. second. Tho
handicap quarter-mile race was won by
Andrew Elder, with O. E. Schaeferws zee
ond. and W. W. Miles third. Jin, L
Kelley won tho married ladles' egg and
spoon race, with Mrs. Bon man second and
ii Dagg third. The clansmen's race,
handicap, was won by Ed McKay. TV. P.
Grantecond and P. C. Gunn third Tho
vounc ladles" race was won by Miss May
Blake, with Miss Mamie Bollraer second,
and Miss L. Weber third. The boys" raco.
for boys under W years, was won by J.
Vlnrtr. with R. Rlnker second and S. Boyd
The girls" race, under 10 years, was won
by Julie Altken: Florence Predeaux sec
ond and Lucille Drabelle third. Tho clans
men's race, for men over 50, -e-as won by
A- Black; C. E. Stewart second. The Wilts
Heather Circle Race was won by Miss Ar
nes Smith; Miss Jennie Smith second apd
Miss Stewart third. A. Ke'Iy was nrst la
the clansmen's potato race: Torn Altken sec
ond and P. C Gunn third. Captain Joha
IlilTs team, consisting of CL Dawson. Da
vid Talt, A. rsiacjc. j. jj. unnt fcna "
VStl;"1" Th .BMf7i,r SntTZC Th.
quoit - pitching contest was won by Ed Rfed.
with Thomas Kennedy second and T. Doo-
Hoy Will Lose Hand.
St. Joseph. Mo., July Irvine Smith win
lose his left hand as a result of prema
ture explosion of toy cannon to-day. ,
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