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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 1903.
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WOMEN BUILD SOCIAL SETTLEMENT
AROUND MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Sloan Mission en South Seventh Street Adds a Day Nursery and Sew
ing Society Mi&s Jlattie Wright and Mabel Ely Sacrifice Much
Better Positions to Care for Children of Unfortunate Par
ents Mrs. Spottswood Anderson and Miss Mabel Ward
Contribute Services Woman's Missionary Society
of Southern Methodist Church May Krcct a
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The Sloan Mission at No. 1202 South Seventh
most Important branches of the work of
Out of a mission Sunday chool. started a
year ago lest June by W. M. Sloan, th
Woman's! Missionary Society of the South
ern II. E. Church expects to develop the
Sloen Mission, at No. 1302 South Seventh
street, into a powerful social settlement.
Tho work has progressed steadily since
the society took hold of it. Renewed inter
est has been lent to the enterprise within
the last month by tho securing of a perma
nent missionary and a superintendent of
the, day nursery.
The millenary Is Miss Mattie Wright and
the superintendent of the day nursery Miss
Mabel Eby. Both women are experts In
the work, and each of them has civen up
much better positions to engage In it.
Miss Eby is the daughter of a Webster
Groves minister, and is a highly educated
woman. After completing the course at a
woman's college in tnls country, she was
rent to Germany, of which country hr par
ents are natives. She studied in a univer
sity In Dresden, and afterwards traveled
extensively in iDurope.
Returning to this country, she became a
Kovernets and took up the study of children
and their treatment. A month ago a mem
ber of the Board of Managers ol the Sloan
Mission learned that Miss Eby wished to
take up work in a mission. The establish
ment of a day nursery had been frequently
discussed, and Miss Eby was asked to take
charts of It.
She resigned her position, and a week ago
the nursery was established.
The salary attached to the position Is a
mere pittance by the side of the one the
received while governess, but Miss Eby Bays
the difference in the work makes up for the
difference in salary. She lives at the mis-
sion-nouse with Miss Wright. The two are
always ready to answer the call of any of
The day rursery will accommodate twenty
infants. Most mothers living in that part
of the city have not learned of it as --at.
and the largest number of children cared for
on any day so far was eight. Five cents is
Charged to caro for a child one day. Moth
ers, to placo their children In the mission,
must first make application, and the par
ents home is thn visited by Mlfa Wright,
the missionary. Should she find the mother
utable to care for her children she so re
ports to Miss Eby, and the child is than
received at the mission.
Miss Wright came to this city from Waco.
Tex,, where she had charge of city mission
work. In April she will be consecrated a
deaconness at the annual meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E.
Church at Atlanta, Ga. As a deaconness
ehe will devote her entire time to the work
of the church.
When the women took hold ot the Sloan
Mission It was merely a Sunday school.
Through their efforts the Reverend Z. T.
McCann was assigned to preach there on
two Sundays pf each month. Interest was
awakened, and a month ago the entire
building was secured for mission purposes.
A free kindergarten is conducted at the.
mission five moraines of evrv wk. The
teacher Is Mrs. Spottswood Anderson of No.
311 Washington avenue. Mrs. Anderson Is
experienced, having taught for several
years. She contributes her services to the
A sewing school for girls is conducted on
Saturday morning by Miss Mabel Ward of
No. 4611 Delmar avenue, the Instructor of
domestic science at the Eugene Field
School. Miss Ward also contributes her
services. Girls are taught to make all kinds
ofgarments and Instructed in cooking.
The mission as yet has not r.sked for aid
from the Church Board. It has the support
of it, however, and has been assured that
ssisur.ee will be forthcoming when it is
requested. It is the plan of the Board of
Managers to buy ground and erect a suita
ble building when the needs of the mission
The president of tho Board of Managers
Js Mrs. G. T. Sprake, who was elected at
the annual meeting a month ago. The
other members of the board are women
from the several Southern Methodist
churches of tho city.
CHORAL UNION WILL SING.
Special Programme Will Be Ren
dered at Lafayette Park Church.
Charles Galloway, organist, nnd the La
fayette Park Choral Union will present a
music programme at the Lafayette -Park
Presbyterian Church to-morrow evening at
..Tho choral union will sing Mendelssohn's
"Praise Jehovah." The first part of the
Srogramme will be an organ recital by Mr
ialloway. George C. Vieh is the director
pi the choral union.
CIIRISTLVJf EXDBAVOIt TOPIC.
For March 8i Lessons From the Ser
mon on the Mount. (Matt, v, 20
18j ft, lu 18.) -BT
AMOS R. WELLS.
Gcd commanded the Jews, at the Pass
over season: "Purge your houses of leaven.
Let no leaven be found in them." The
Jews obeyed very thoroughly. They swept
every room. They searched the remotest
corner. Tbey lighted candles and peered
a. into dark places. Then they made formal
declaration before God: "I have done what
J I can to "remove the leaven: If there be any
T more In the house, I curse it, and disown it
Such a search for sin. uncompromising,
determined, thorough, solemn, must the
Christian make, in his own heart; and if
. any iniquitous tendencies unavoidably re
main, be must disown them wholly and
Religions must be a light to the room
within before It can chine cut or the win-
Ry a Republic Photographer.
street, which Is fast becoming one of the
the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, In
dovvs. As John Bunyan said: "Religion is
the best armor In the world, but the worst
cloak." It Is made for disclosing and not
for concealing, for attack and not for de
fense. A writer in the Sunday-School Times
shrewdly links together Rite. Right and
Wright. Religion fa not a matter of Rite,
but of Right heart-righteousness. Nor
merely of Right but Wright: that is, riot
merely knowing the truth, but doing it, be
ing a wright of it. a w orker of it.
"What I want." said Kingslcy, "Is. not
to possess religion, but to have a religion
that possesses me." Beecher once declared
that many people make religion the cake ot
life something to bo put away m a cup
board and used only when company comes.
But religion must be the bread of life, the
thing for which we hunger, the substance
of our strength.
The foundation of real religion is to deal
honesUy with ourselves and with God. An
English photographer once hung out a
sign: "It is not necessary to be rich to look
rich in one of our photographs." He kept
a studio full of clothes a la mode, paste
Jewels and. other trappings of folly. Ho
darkened eyebrows and eyes and removed
wrinkles by a touch.
Not such is God's photography. God
sees not as man sees. Man looks on the
outer appearance, but God looks on the
heart. Henry van Dyke's famous rhymo
Is not always true of earth's fame, but It
applies to every record of Heaven:
Four things a man must learn to do.
If he would make his record true:
TV think without confusion clearly;
To love hla fellow-men sincerely:
To act from honest motlrcs purely:
To trust in God and heaven securely.
The great reward. Is one shows before
men only what he really Is, is that he al
ways has more and more to show. T. T.
Lynch makes a wise remark: "He who
persists in genuineness will Increase in ade
quacy. Seem what you are, and you will
grow to be what you seem.
And. on the other hand, nothing so be
littles a man as tho habit of hypocrisy.
"What actor has been a man of leadership
and of power outside of the theater? Wear
a mask, and before long the mask will be
TO SPEAK OX CITY GOVEItXMEXT.
Innac A. Hedcesj Will Address Tonne
Men of First Congregational Church.
Isaac A Hedges will address the Young
Men's City Government Club at the First
Congregational Church to-morrow evening
at 6 o'clock on "Some Few Thoughts on
It is the sixth weekly meeting of the club.
It was organized by tho Reverend Doctor
C. H. Patton, the pastor of the church, and
has been a success from the beginning.
Dinner is served at each meeting, and the"
address of the evening finished in time for
those attending to keep another engage
ment. Among thoe who have promised to ad
dress the club at future meetings are: C.
P. Walbrldge, Joseph W. Folk. Doctor L. S.
Luton and James It. Van Elyke.
XnWS 'OF THE CITY CHURCHES.
tcTCB Mission Sunday School to Ob
serve Third Anniversary.
Levee Mission Sunday School, at Main and
Market streets, will celebrate the third an
niversary if its establishment on Sunday
afternoon, March .
The Reverend Calvin R. Dob.on, assistant
to Doctor Niccolls of the Second Presbyte
rian Church, has been called to his home In
Tennessee by the Illness of his sister.
The Reverend J. L. Brandt will deliver
a lecture on "Oberammergau and the Pas
sion Play" at the Central Y. M. C. A.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The lecture
Is to be given under the auspices of tho
Ladies' Auxiliary to N. A. S. E-, No. 2, of
Doctor Leon Harrison will deliver an ad
dress to-morrow morning at Temple Israel)
un ine iiuoaiyai or. urnar itnayyam. '
The Reverend Ferdinand Schiverea will
? reach to-morrow morning at-West Prcsby
erian Church. The meeting he has been
conducting at Markham Memorial Presby
terian Church will close to-morrow even
ing. Tho Reverend A. M. Wiltlams of Lebanon.
Tenn., will preach to-morrow morning at
Raymond Place Presbyterian Church. He
will speak in the evening to a mass meet
ing at the Lucas Avenue Cumberland Pres
The morning sermon at the Lafayetto
Park M. E. Church, South, tomorrow
morning will be delivered by the Reverend
P. H. Roberts. Doctor John Mathews will
preach at the evening .service.
The Reverend Doctor C. H, Patton of tho
First Congregational Church and tho Rev
erend Doctor W. J. McKlttriek of the' First
Presbyterian Church Will exchange pulpits
Mark Twain's article on "Is Lying Ever
Justifiable?" will bo the subject of tho sr
K00 the Reverend C. L. Kloss of tho
First Congregational Church or Webster
uroves to-morrow morning. Opinions of
several members of the congregation will bo
read and there will be a general dls-usslon.
The Presbytery of Sf, Louis will meet
Monday morning at 10 o'clock at No. 1515
The Reverend Herbert B. Smith will lead
a special service for young persons at
Mount Auburn M. E. Church, South, to
morrow night. '
..A fev'val meeUng is being conducted at
the Union Mission. No. 13 Franklin ave
nue, by the Reverend Doctor J. H. Hendrick
of Texas. He will preach to-morrow morn
ing on '-The Inspiration of the Bible" and
at night on "The Reversed Engine."
.w. u. aicClala will deliver a. lecture on
"The Poor of a Great City" to-morrow
night at the Central Christian Church, Fin
ney avenue near Grand avenue. The lec
ture will be Illustrated with stereoptlcon
pictures, and more than 3j0 views will be
The Reverend Charles Evan will preach
to-morrow morning at the Congregational
Church of the Redeemer. The pulpit was
recently vacated by the Reverend George
Llovd. who has been confirmed In the Epis
copal ChUTch. Music will be a feature of
the evening service. led by E. F. Wescott.
Miss Betsy Eliot Wencott, Louis Stumpf
and E. F. Wescott will sing so'.cs
In the absence of tho Reverend Doctor
John W. Dav. tho sermon to-morrow morn
ing at the Udfarlan Church of the M"
slah will be preached by the Reverend
ChrUtcpher R. Eliot nf Boston. Doctor
Day has gone to Boston to attend a coun
cil of officials of the Unitarian Church.
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
The list cf sermon topics and special errlces
fcr to-morrow is as follows:
DHLMAil AVENUE. Uelraar and Tendleton: the.
llrver-nd Usclor J. T. it. Johnston, raster
Morning and ernlns irlceK
GltANl) A KM E. the lfl.nl A. W. Claxcn.
I'aslor Morning and etuln jerxices.
Mr'AIirrii: r.MlK. J-ifa-llrand MI's'mIpp"
li ltocrend Docior T. C Carltun. i'aslor
II a. a.. .Vol tVar1i!E at th l'romles of
i.l"; p. r.t., "Vrraclnns Jesui an J lu Re
sults. SIAI'I-EWCOD. the Iteterend W. L. Nah. I'ai
lor Morntnc wrlces by pastor.
.vi'nn it.qitmntir nml ljwut.t? ih. Re crend
lictor W. W lloyd. Pattor 11 a. m., ' Chris:
Cull to ills insclplea-' ; a p. m . "Lhrlstua
VirV of l-.ro!lc Criticism." I
TA1LOII AVU.SX'K. No. 1122 North Taylor: th
neernrt nocior . c. r.winK. aiu jw'"".
The UeilMtns New Life as T)Pld in Bap
tism", 8 p. m.. sermon.
TIIlltD. Washlneton and Ora-.d: the rtevMeni
Doctor V. J. Williamson. Pastor 11 a. m-t
The Beacon Light of a Great Career"; iilJ
p. m.. "Chrt at Jacob's ell."
WATER TOWER Giand and Kloritsant; the
Ite trend L. II. Williams, pastor.
TOWEH GKOVE. No. 1UI Norfolk: the Reverend
Menta Slurceon. Pastor Mcrnins and eeninc
RUSSIXL. AVENUE. No. 1(0: Russell: the Rev
erend Frank Morton, rastor 10:M a. rn. .nl
7:4S p. m.. preaching; 3 p. m., Sunday school.
FlIlfeT GERMAN. Uauschenbach. near St. Loul":
tha Iteerend II. Schuli. I'aslor Morning and
IMMAMJEL. Cates and Hamilton; tho Reer-
erend Louis lJonerman. I'astor Mcrn r.ff.
'Chambrs In the Palace"; eemn?. '"lfce
WEST PARK. No. HH Easton; the RexerfnJ
Cecil V. Cook. I'astor Morning. "Christ
ISamd Out", ienlr.g tonlurs.
CARONDE5.ET; the itevertrd C. W. Wall. Tii-
tcl Mornlnr and cenlnp s-rices.
MEKAMEC MISSION. Mrranttc and Virginia
Mornlnc and evening srrtlces.
COMl'loN HEIGHTS. Ruelt and Vendeventer
the RcverenJ J. Percy stuart. Pastor 11 a.
m u 1 s l. m., services.
LACLEDE AVENEU MISSION. Cardinal knd
Laclede; Carl T. Mattes jn, Faa'or Morning
and evenlrg services.
EROAUtt'Al MlaiilON. :12 South Fourth Mcrn-
ini and eien.ng services.
KO-isUTH AVE.nU'E MISSION. Ko.iutb. and
Grove Momlnx and evenuut services.
BADEN. Broadway and IMtner; F C McCord.
J'asior Morning and eVtuing aervlcek.
FOviKTlt; the Reverend E. L. illli. I'aitor
Morning, rtgular services.
CATHEDRAL, Walnut, between Send and
Third; the Revertnu Eugene Cole. i'astor
Mas at 6. fe ana lu:A a. m.; vespers at 2.2J
ANNUNCIATION. Slith and La Salle: the Rev
erend J. J. Head. I'astor Mass at 6. b:33 and
lil:U a. m.; vespers at 2:3o p. m.
ASSUMPTION, fclJr.ey ana Ninth: the Reverend
Patrick Dooley, I'astor Mans, 7:33 and 10 a. m.
HOLY CROSS iGerman), Church Road, Near
Blttner; the Re-.erend Peter Wigger. Pastor
Mass. 5v and li)u a. m.; vespers, ::39 p. m.
HOLY GHOST (German). Taj lor and Garrleld:
the Reverend 11. Tobe. Pastor Mass, t, k ana
10 a. m.; vespers, 3 p. in.
HOLY INNOCENTS. No. K00 Reber Place; ths
Reverend John White. Pastor Mass at and
II) a. m.
HOLY NAME OF JESUS, 29(1 Hast Grand:
the Reverend Patrick M. Tatlon, Paitor Mass
at c. 3. 3 and 10 a. m.. vcbpeis at 7:30 p. m.
BACHED HEART, University. Near Tvventy
Efth; the Reverend James McCabe. Pastor
Macs at 30. 7. f-3') and 111 a. rn.; vespers at
7:30 p. m.
VISITATlON.-Tavlor and Cation; th Reverend
E. I. Dempsy. I'astor Mass at C 7:30. and
10:30 a. m.; vespers at 3:S0 p. m.
BOLY ANGELS, St. Ange and La Salle; the
Rsrverend Father F. M. Klelty. pastor Mass
at 6. 8:30 and 10 "u m.; vespers at J:30 p. m.
HOLY FAMILY. No. 71. Humphrey: the Rev
erend John F. Reuther, Paster-Masses at :30.
S and 10 a. m.
HOLY ROSARY. Newstead and Margaretta; the
i Reverend D. J. Lavery, Pastor Mass ot 6, 30
'and J (children); 19. sermon.
LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL. Eleventh and De
trehan: the Reverend John A. Tracy. Pastor
Mast. 7 and 10:30 a. m.: vespers. a0 o m.
LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL Church and Hail's
Ferry Roads: the Reverend D. S. Phelan. Pas
torMass. 7:30 and 10:30 a. m,; vespers, 2n
LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOR (German).
Lincoln and Twentieth: the Reverend Augus
tine J. Schilling. Pastor Mass, ta, I aad It
6T. AGATHA'S Ge-man). No. 3231 South Ninth;
the Reverend Henry Sctiraje. Pastor Mast. 6,
I and 10 a. m.: vespers. 2:30 p. m.
ST AGNErS. Sidney and Salena; the Reverend
John J. Hannrath. Pastor Mass. 6, 7:15. SSO
and 10:15 a. m.: vespers. 8 p. m.
BT. ALOYSIUS'S, Magnolia and January; the
Reverend F. G. llolweck. I'astor Mass. 7:15,
1.29 and 10 a. m.; vespers. 2:30 p. m.
ST. ALI'HONSUS S. Grand and Cook Mast.
6:15. C. 7, 8 tnd 9 a. m.: high mass. 10:20 a. m.;
vesper. 7:30 p. m.
ST. ANN'S. Page and Whlttler: the Reverend O.
J. McDonald. Pastor Mass. . 7:30. , 10:30 a.
m.; vespers, 7:30 p. rn.
ST. ANTHONY'S (German). Meramec and Comp
ton: the Reverend Francis Alters, Pastor
Mass, 6. 8 aid 10 a. m.: vespers, 2:30 p. m.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S lOermanl.-'Lismore and H
bert: tho Reverend II. A. Iluckensteln. Pastor
Mass. 6. 8 and 13 a. m.; vespers. 2:30 p. m.
ST. BERNARD'S. Hawa and Gratiot: trie Rev
erend Peter J. Bremlch. Pastor Mass, 8.20,
7:3i and 19 a. m.; vespers. 2 p. m.
ST. BONIFACE'S (German). Michigan and ichlr
rner: the Reverend II. Niters. Pastor Mass, 5,
8 and 10 a. m.: vespers, 2:30 p. m.
ST. BRIDGETS Carr and Jetreron: the Rever
end Edward Fenlon. Pastor Mass, 6:30 and
10:20 a. m.; vespers. 3 p. m.
ST. CASIMIR'S. Eighth and Mullanrhy: tha
Reverend Raphael L. X. aemlellnskl. Pastor
Mass. 8. 8 and 19 a. m.; vespers, 2 p. m.
ST. COLUMUKILLE'S. Michigan .ind Invls; the
Reverend Francis J. Jones, pastor Mass. 8, t
and 10 a. :s.: vespers. p. m.
6T. CRONAN'i Ilole and Swan: the Reverend
J. F. Foley. Pastor Mais. 6, 7:30. and 10 a.
m.: vespers. 3 rj. m.
ST. EDWARD'S. Clara and Mofntt: the Rever
end Edward J. Winne, I'astor Mass, 7:30 and
10 a. m.: vespers, i p. m.
ST. ELIZABETH'S (Colored), No. 311 North
Fourteenth; the Reverend Michael F. Spleen,
Pastor Mass. 7. 8:30 and 9.30 a. m.: vespers, 8
ST. MICHAEL'S. Eleventh and Sarah: tha
Reverend Michael J. McCabe. Pastor Mass, 8.
7:30. 9 and 10.30 a. m.: vespers 2:30 p. m.
ST. NICHOLAS'S (German). No. 1S01 Lucas;
the Reverend Joseph A. shaefer. Pastor Mass,
4. 8 end 10 a. m.
ET. PATRICK'S. Sixth and Blddle; the Reverend
Timothy Dempsey, Pastor Mass, 8, 7:30, 9 and
i . in.; vespers, su p. m.
63. PETER AND PAUL'S (German). Seventh
and Alien; the Reverend G. F. Goller. Pastor
Mass. m. m.; vespers. 4 p. m.
ITT. ROSE'S. Uoodfellow- and Etzel; the Reverend
J. J. McGlyon. Pastor Mass, e, 730, 8:13 and
10 a. rn.
ST. STANISLAUS'S fPolIsh). Twentieth and
Cass; the Reverend Urbaa Stanowski, Pastor
Mass. 7:30 and 9:20 a. m.; vespers, 3 p. m.
ST. TERESA'S. No. 2413 North Grand; the Rev
erend J. A. Connelly. I'astor Mass. 5:is, c.43
and 9:15: high mass. .0:10 a. m.; children's
mass. 8 a. m.; benediction, la m.
ET. THOMAS OF AQUIN-5, Iowa end Osage
the Reverend John II. May. D. D., Pastor
Mass, C 8 and 10 a. m.: Sunday school. 2:30
cR VINCENT DE PAUL'S (Oman and Eng
lish). Park and Ninth: the Reverend D TV
Xenrich. C M.: the Reverend A. II. AamuthT
C M.; the Reverend P. V. Judge, C. M. ; tha
Reverend S. P. Huber, a M.: l!asTors-Mas
and sermon, tsa. :30 and S:5 a. m.: hlrh
mass and sermon. 8 and 10:30 a. m.: vesrjera.
devotions and benedictions. 3:30 p. ra.
ST. WENCiaiLAUS'S. (German). No. JS13 Ore.
oa: the Reverend John Nekula. Pastor MaiL
8 and 10 a. m.: vespers. 3 p. rn. -
ES. MARY AND JOspiI'3. Minnesota and
iron: ths Reverend Miles W. Tobyn. Pastor
VUss. 8 and 19 a. m. '-aver
ET. KEVIN'S, rark and Cardinal; the Reverend
Ed J. Shea. Pastor-Mass. 6:30. 7. . 9 -M i and
SV. MARGARET'S. Russell and Vandeventer
Masses at J, 9 and J030 a. m.: 8 p. m.. sermon
JTT. ENGELBERT'S, Carter and Marcus; the
Reverend Anton Fauck. Pastor Masses. 3 and
10 a. m.: vespers. 2:30 p. m.
T. FRANCIS DE SALE'S (German). Crayola
and Ohio: the Reverend P. J. itr. Pastor
Mass. 8:30. 7:15 and 10 a. m.: vespers. 2:30 p m.
BT. FRANCIS XAVIER'S. Grand and Llndell;
tha Reverend Henry S. Bronsgeest. 8. J.
Mars, i, (, 7, 8:30 and 10 a. m.; vespers. 7:
ST. HENRT'8. Hickory and California; tha Rev.
erend John A. Hoffman, rastor Mass, 6.3Q
7UM and 10 a. m.: vespers, 3 p. m.
ET. JAMES'S. Tamm. Opposite Wade; the Rev
erend E. A. Casey. I'astor Mass. I and 10 a. m.
ET. JOHN'S. Sixteenth and Chestnut: the Rev
erend James T. Coffey. Pastor Mass, t, 7at I
and 10:30 a. m.: vespers, s p. m.
8T. JOHN OF NEa"OMUK (Bohemian). Soulard
and Eleventh; the Reexend Joeph Hessoun.
Pastor Mass. 8 and 10 a. nrsvespers. 3 p. to.
BT. JOSETII'S (German), Eleventh and Blddle
tha Reverend J. Francis Valazza. s. J. Mass
. 8 and 10 a. m.: Sunday school at 2 p m :
benediction at 3p. m.
BT. LAWRENCE O'TOOUTS. Fourteenth and
O'Fallon: the Reverend M. 8. Brsnnan. Pastor
Mass. 6:30. 7. i. 9:15 and 1030 a. m.: vespers
at 820 n. m.
BT. LEO'S. Mullanpby and Twenty-third: tha
Reverend J. J. Harty, Pastor-Mass. 5 -JO. T.
8:30 for children: 9:W. with sermon: evening;
service, consisting of rosary, sermon and bene
diction. BT. LIBORIUS S (German). North Market and I
jiwitK " ,,..,... ... . mi-, i'dfci.rM-a.a.
, 8 and 10 a. m.: veper. 2ao p m.
ET. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPBL Nrwrstead
and Maryland; the Reverend P. F. ITReilly.
Pastor Mass, 8, 7 JO. 9 and 10:30 a. m.: ves
pers, 4 p. m.
BT. MALACinrs. dark and Swing- tha Rever
end Charles Zleglfr. Pastor-Mass. 5:30. 8d
and 1030 a. ra.; vespers. 7:30 p. m.
BT. MARK'S EVANGELIST. Tags and Acde
my; U Reverend Peter J, O'Rourke. Pastor
'Mass. 6. 730. 9 and 100 a. m. and 3:23 t). m.
ET. MARY'S (Gensaa), Third aad Cntlst; lis
Reverend W. Faeber, Pastor Mass. 8. 8 aai
10 a. m.: Sunday school at 3 p. m.
FIRST. No. 3126 Locust: the Reverend John L.
Brandt, I'astor Morning and evening services.
CAROXDELET. No. foOl Virslnia; the Reverend
G. E.. Ireland. I'aslor Murnlnj and evening
ELLENDALK. Ccrner Hewitt and Linham: O.
A. IKIfrcan, Pastor Morning and even'ng
TUXEDO (St. Louis County): J. a. Bennett.
Minister Usual moraine; and evening services.
OLD OUCI'vRD (Village Hall), 1 p. m . Sunday
SECOND. Eleventh and Tyler: w. Daviess Pitt
man. Pastor R-KUlar services.
CENTRAL rinney. Near Gland; the Reverend
Howard T. Cree, Pastor Morning and evening
FOURTH. No. 1M1 Penros: the Reverend E. T.
McKananJ. Pastor Morning and evening serv
ice MISSION. No. 3221 South Seventh; the Reverend
V A. .Mayhall. 1'astGr Usual morning asd
COMITON HEIGHTS. St. Vincent and Califor
nia: the Reverend J. N. Crutcher. pi'tor
WEST END. Hamilton and Plvmouth: the Rev
erend Frank J. Nichols. Pastor Morning and
MOUNT CARANNE. Klnfi Hlthway anl Mor
gan: th Reverend Frank G. Tirr-ll. Pastor
Morning and evening services.
HAMMETT PLACE. Corner Marcus and Ham
roett; the Reverend W. A. Mcore. Pastor
Morning and evening s"rvics.
COMITON friLL C'omptcn and Lafajette: tha
Reverend W W Newell. I aster 10. ti a. m.
and t p m . f-nKe
FIRST. Delmar Near Grand, the Reverend Doe
tor G. H. I'atton. Pastor 11 a. rn . Ivvtcr
McKlttriek: 4 p. m.. Capernum, Standing
FtJUNTAIN PARK. Aubert and Fountain; th
Reverend J. C Comer. I'astor Morning. "A
Day of Triumph": ovin-ng, -'I:elIS!cn as Right
Disposition Toward God."
MAPLEWCOD. the l:e-.rnd George E Dates
raster 11 a. nu, ine inumcnai i.n:ry . s
p m . rundaileas."
HIDE l'Altiv. itiemen and illalr; the Reverend
w. M Jones. l'u V: lasier Morning ana
1MMANUEL Hancock and Jaml-ron: the Rev
erend M. J. Norton. Pator Moinlr.g. -Tl.e
Great Helper": s p. m . "Jlu Potenllally a
OLIVfc 11RANCII, S'dney and Missouri: the
Reverend Philip W. Yarrow. Pastor Morning
and evening services.
PILGRIM. v'ashlnBH.n nnd Swing; the Reverend
Doctor M. Burnham. i'aitor 11 a. m .
"spiritual Deve.oi n.fiit ; evening, "strae cf
the Benedictions of the Churcn."
REDEEMLR. llarrett and Thompson Morning,
the Reverend Char.es Lvuns; s p. in., eveulnt:
RUBER PLACE. Macklinl anl Old Manchester:
the Revei end Krank Lonsdale. I'astor Morning
and evening services, e-
OLD ORCHARD, the Reverend Harry Blunt,
pastor Moining. usual services raining anl
WEHtflKR GROVES: the Reverend C. L Klcss.
Pastor il a m.. 'Is Liir.g Lvtr JustiHabier
uveiilng. temper a net: rally.
1'lRaT oERMAN. oiirnia and Sprtrg; the Rev
erend Vv 11. Doni. Pastor Morning and even
EWr.Di.-H. Armstrong and Hickory; the Rev
erend O O. isuksoii. I'astor 11 a. in. and t p.
m.. termon and services.
CMwi, No. 11W Noith Tenth; the Reverend 3.
T. i.clv.nney. Pasior Alcr-U g and ev sr.l-
UulhuaiOI. Thirteenth and" Allen; the Rev
erend Edmund Woblltzk). Pastor 10:1 a. m.
and 7:3J p. m.. services.
UOl-ri. Be.t and Ealon; the Reverend Martin
11 Bird. Pastor Morning and evening serv
ices. SAl'l'INGTON; the Reverend Earl Hewson. Pas
torMorning, "ino Handwriting en the Wall';
night. "The Call of Aorahara."
FIRST GERMAN. OarSeld and Spring; tho Rev
erend William H. Dorn. Pastor 10:u a. m. and
:3o p. m.. servlcea.
Cnian' vllutlUl CATHEDRAL Thirteenth
and Locust; the Reverend C. M. Davis, Dean
7 a. ra. and 8 a. ru.. holy communion: 11 a.
m.. morning prajcr and sermon; morning ser
mon by lht Dean; 8 p. m . CUnon Sinclair on
Organization ot tbo Church."
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION". Cates and
Goodfellow; the Reverend Doctor James R.
Winchester. Rector 7:30 a. m., holy commu
nion; 10 a. m.. Bible class; 11 a. m.. morning
prajer and srnnon; 8 p. m.. evening prajer
CuliRCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION. Twtn
tv -eighth and Washington; the Reverend
Charles F. Blaisdell S:o a. in., holy commu
nion; 11 a. m.. morning praer and sermon,
evening prajer and sermon at S p. m.
GRACE. Eleventh and Warren; the Reverend
Benjamin K. lued. Rector lu:iO a. ra.. morn
trg prayer and sermon; b p. xn., service and ser
mon. MOUNT CALVARY. Grand and Lafayette; tha
lUverend F. W. Fauntleroy. Rector 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.. sermoa and services.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Compton and
Lucas; the Reverend Charles Trotman. Rector
11 a. m. and 8 p, m.. sermon and services.
BT. ANDREW'S. No. 1428 North Garrison; lis
Reverend J. A. Doorls. Rector 11 a. m., morn
log service and sermon; 7:15. evening prayer
BT. AUGUSTINE'S. Bruno and Blendon; the
Reverend G. B. D. Miller. Rector 11 a. m. and
s p. m . sermon and services.
ST. GIX)RUE-S. Pendleton and Olive; the Rev
erend H. A. Holland. S. T. D.. Rector Ths
Reverend Halsey Werieln. Jr.. Assistant Rector
Mornlnc. Doctor Hollan t will-preach on "The
Power of Prajer": the Reverend Halsey Wer
leln will preach evening sermon.
ST. JAMES S, Gfode and Cote Brllliante; the
Reverend Doctor' E. Duckworth, rastor 7:30 a
m., holy communion; II a. m.. litany, sermon
anl holy communion: 8 p. m.. ervenlng prayer
ST. MARK'S. Fortieth and Washington; th
Reverend J. K. lirecnan. Rector 9 a. m.. holy
communion; 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.. sermoa and
ST PETER'S. Llrdell and Spring; the Reverend
William Short. Rector 7:4i a. m.. holy com
munion: 11 a. m., morning prajer and sermen:
8 p. m , service and special music under di
rection of Charles Galloway, organist.
ST PHILLIP'S. Union and Maple; the Reverend
William Elmer. Hector 11 a.. m. vrmnn nnd
services; 8 p. m.. sermond and services.
ST. STEPHEN'S. Sixth and Rutger: the Rev
erend H. W. MIzner, Rector 7 and 9 a. m ,
holy communion; 8 p. m,. sermon and services.
ST. MATTHEW'S. WHern Near Frieo Park;
the Reverend C. H. Coltns. Rector 11 a. ra.,
sermon and services.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. No. 2S33
Salena: the Reverend B. F. Neaton, Hector
7:30 a, m.. holy communion: 10:43 a. ra. and 8
p. m.. services as usual.
EMMANUEL Old Orchard The Reverend J.
Courtney Jones, Rector Services 11 a. m. anl
4 p. m.
ET. THOMAS S MISSION (Deaf Mute). Boflngtr
Memorial Chapel; the Revertna J. II. Cloud.
Rector 11 a. m.. services as usual.
ST. PAUL'S. Michigan and Malt: the Reverend
1". H. Rlchey. Rector 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
services and sermon.
HOLY" INNOCENTS', Morgan Ford Road and
Tholozan; the Reverend v. A. Hatch. Rector
11 a. m. and S p. m . sermon and services.
CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. No. 6115 Plym
outh: the Reverend Doctor 1. R. Winchester.
Rector Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Morning pray
er and sermen. 10.33 a.. In.
TRINITY, Channtng and Franklin: the Reverend
Fathsr If. C. St. Clair. Rector 7 a. m.. morn
ing prayer; 7:20 a. m.. low mass; 11 a. m.,
chorus mats litany tnd sermon; 8 p. m..
vvnson and sermon.
EPIPHANY MISSION HOUSE. Boyle and Gib
son: the Reverend J. K. Breanan. Hector 2:30
p. m.. Sunday schcol; 30 p. m., evealag
prajer and sermon.
BETHANIA. Twenty-third and Wash: the Rev
erend Paul Bueckner, Pasior Services at 30:1J
n. m. and 7:30 D. m.
BETHLEH&M. shaw and Hereford: tha Rever
end Henry C. Grabendtnkel. Pastor Services at
10.30 a, m. and 8 p. m.
CARONDELET. Michigan and Koeln: the Rev
erend Edward L Bleibuue. Pastor-Services at
10 a. m and 7:30 p. m.
CHRIST, Manchester and Blendon; the Reverend
John Erdmann, Pastor Serv leva at 10:13 a. m.
and 8 p. ro-
CHURCH OF JESUS. Victor and Twelfth: ths
Reverend John J. link, I'astor Servlcea at 10
a. m. and 8 p. ra.
EMMAUS. choute.a and Tower Grove; the Rev
erend Carl P.egtr, I'astor Services at 10:30
FRIENDS. Nineteenth and Newhouse; tha Rev
erend Otto Baltzer, Pastor Servlcea at 10 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m.
EDEN. Hamilton and Bartmer; the Reverend
Paul zfinrcr. i'astor io:' a. m., "submis
sion"; 7:45 p. m.,: "Jesus and Judas."
BT. JAMEd. College and Blair; the Reverend
C. G. Haas services at 10 a. m. and 7:43 p. m
BT. JOHANNES'S. Fourteenth and Madison; ths
Reverend Frederick Klemme. Pattor-Servkes
at 10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
BT. LUKE'S. Scott and Jefferson: the Reverend
Henry Walser. Pastor Serv iocs at M a. m. and
7:20 p. ra.
ST. MARK'S. Third and Soulard; the Reverend
E. H. Ellis. Pasior Services at 10 a. m. and
7:29 p. in.
ST. MATTHEW'S. Jefferson and Potomac: the
Reverend Henry Drees, Pastor Services at 10.30
a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
BT. TAUL'S, No. H10 South Ninth; the Reverend
J. Iron, I'astor Services at 10 a. m. and 8
BT. PETER'S. Fourteenth and Carr; the Rever
end John Kllck. Pastor-Services at 10 a. m.
and 7:20 p. m.
TR'NITY. Neosho and Michigan; the Reverend
F. W. Esser, I'astor Services at 10 a. m. and
730 p. m.
SION. Twenty-fifth and Benton; the Reverend
John F. Baltzer, Pastor-Services at 10 a. ra.
and 7:45 p. m.
EHENEZER. No. 2921 McNalr: tht Reverend A.
Fischer. Pastor Servlcea at 19 a. m., "Rejoice?
In the Lord": 7:20 p. m-. Passion Play and lec
ture. DETHEL (English). Nineteenth and Wright;
Schuette's Hall: the Reverend TTieophlle L.
Mueller, raster 10:20 a. m.. and 7:45 p. m.
German Evangelical Lutheran.
BETHANIA. Natural Bridge Road and Clay; tha
Reverend M. Martens. Paster Services at to a.
m. and 8 p. rn.
BETHLEHEM. Salisbury and Florissant; the
Reverend C L. Janzow. Pastor: the Reverend
L. Fuerblnger. Asstslanl-Servtcea at 9:30 a. m.
and 2:U p. m.
CHRIST. No. 3504 Caroline: the Reverend E. H.
T. Schuessler. Pastor Services at 19 a. m. anl
CHURCH OP THE HOLT CROSS. Miami and
Ohio: the Reverend Charles c. Schmidt. Pastor
Services at 10 a. m., and 2 p. m.
CONCORDIA. No. 2231 Forest: the Reverend
George P. A. Schaaf. Pastor Services at 10
EBENEZER. No. 8419 Church Road; tht Rever
end Ferdinand 8. Bunger. I'astor.
ard T. Kretxachmar, Pastor Services. 10:u a. I
in.; engiisn aervlces. p.
HOLY GHOST. Grand and Page; the Reverend
Tedro Ilgen. rastor Servlcea at 1030 a. m.
IS!M-NUEL Fifteenth and Morgan! tha Rever
end O. Wangerln. Paster.
BT. JOHN'S. Morgan Ford Road and Chippewa;
the Reverend Herman Bands. Pastor Services
at 10 a. tn. and 7 p. m.
ET. LUKtVS. luaka ud Comptca; the RtTt
end Frederick W. King. Pastor-Services at 19
BT. PAUL'S. Prairie and Von Phul: the Rever.
end John F. Koestering. Pastor Services ft
9:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
ST. PETER'S. Vista and Newstead; the Rever
end Thecdore Schurdel. Pastor Services at
I0:5 a. m. and 7:15 p. ra.
ST. TRINITY. Sizth and Koeln: the Reverend
Jacob J. Beruthal. Pasior Sen ices at 10 a. ra.
SWEDISH GETH9EMANE. No. 1311 California:
the Reverend Carl J R-nharJ. Pasto- Servicts
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 d. m.; Sunday sehool at
19 a. m.
TRINITY. Lafajette and Eighth; the Reverend
Otto C. Hanztr. I'astor services at 10 a. m.
and 2 p. m.
ZION. Benton and Twenty-first: the Reverend
C F. Obermejer. Pastor Services at 19 a. m.
and 2:l'j p. m
MISSION FOR THE DEvF: the Reverend Her
man Hailenbeig. Pastor Servic-s at 2Ioa
Church at 3 p. m In sign language.
CARONDELET (South) Vlrtln'a rn! Kaien: th
Reverend A. H Djgjlns. Pator Mcrnlse
and evening ervlces.
CARONDELET. No. 7:00 Vlrg'nla; the R-vern t
H. G. Mais. I'astor Morning r.nd evening serv
CENTENARY (South). Sltteenth anl Tln: the
Reverend Dwtor W. I". JieMurry. J'a'tor
Mornlntf an! evening services by Doctor C- H.
FIRST (South). Glasgow and Dayt-n: fie Rvcr-
enJ Doctor II. G Ket.dfrrscn .ator Homing, i
"Tho Threi" l1i'lllan G-aivt": evnng "The
Inramatlcn of nllgicn."
UFAYITTTE I'ARIC Ctouth). Lvfaj-tte and
Mlsurl: th Reverend I-ctor T. E rf'Brp,
I'astor Morning. th Reveicri.l P II. RoLe.ts;
evening. Doctor John Matter.s.
LINDE1.1. AVENUE. Llndell r.d Newtead; the .
Reverend Daniel Dorcheter. I'a'tar Mfrnlng. '
"Christian Manhoo.1". a p. m., mu'c rervlc. I
MAPLE AVENI'E. Belt and M.iple. the Rever- ,
end Doctor I W- Luce. Pastrr II a. m..
The Bnntlsm of KelUln-is I'rlvilegr": I P
m . "A Tr'p With a Phophel to tint W ilder-
MARVIN (."outh). Sidney and Twelfth: the Rev
erend Olln Boggess. Pastor Morning and even
MOUNT AUnURN (South). North Jiarl-e: m
H"d!amcnt: the Reverend Jiphu Mephan.
I'astor Mornlnr. "Don't Worrj'": & P. ni.. "A
Model fcr Genuine Repentance."
MEMORIAL (German). Jefferson an! Acomvc:
th Re-.erend Will'am Schulr. I'astor Mcrn ng
and evening services.
CAHANNE iroutiii. Unrtmer anl Goodfellov
Reverend J H Tlllcy, Pastor Mcrnlng
evenmc services ,
ST. JOHN'S (south). King's hlgnwav and
Washington: the Reverend Doctor J. W. L".
I'aslor Morning and evening services.
ST. LUKE'S. Potomac and Tevas; the Reverend
I). Everett Ftandard. I'astor Morning and
ST. TAUL'S (outh). No. 19M St. Loult th Rev
erend C. W Webd'll. P-stor Revival zervlccs
morning and evening.
TOWER r.ROVE. No 1M7 KA-itucky: the Rev
end R. Wikefleld. Pavtor Usual service.
BADEN. No. S5J MclJiran. the Reverend Walter
S. Bundy. Iator 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m..
SHAW AVENUE (South). Shaw and Tower
Grove: the Reverend W. Q. Donnan. Pastor
Morning and evening services
UNION. Lucas and Garrison: th Reverend Doc
tor N. L'ic.-ock I'astor Morning. 'Tha
Angel's Touch": evening. "Tre Star of
WAGONER PUCE (South), the Reverend Doc
tor J. H Young, pastor Services at 10.43 a
m . and S p. m.
FRY MEMORIAL Clifton H-lghts; the Rever
end Martin L Curl. Pastor Morning and
MAPLEWOOD. May's Hall-Morning servtca
by the Reverend G. W. Shepherd; evenltuc
GOODE AVENUE. Goods and North Market;
the Reverend S. W. Clare. Pastor.
BOWMAN. Twentieth and Obear; the Reverend
Joel A. Barker. Pastor Morning and' evenlac
OAK HILL; the Reverend E- J. Rinkel. Pastor
11 a. m. and evening services.
K1RKWOOD (South): the Reverend A. F. Smith,
Tastor Service morning and evening.
FERGUSON (South); the Reverend a & Moa
HARLEM PLACE. Jamleson and Filer; the Rev
erend J. B. Brewlngton. Pastor.
TRINITY". Tenth and North Market; the Rever
end Henry L Sleeves 10.45 a. m. and 8 p. m.
TUXEDO: the Reverend P.
B. Davis. Pastor-
COOK AVENUE CHURCH. Cook and SprlrurrT
lata aici ciiril-j uuviut . v.. jaDril", JiaSlOr
Morning, eermon by the pastor; eening jTvlee.
SHnEU'fcUrRY; the Reercnd H. P. Darin.
Pasior &.I0 a. m.. incrnlnc service.
IMMANUHi. (South). McCauDand avenue; th
J. e erend Artnur Mather, Pastor Mornlnc and
ska AhlniS DSrfls4.e
SLOAN MISSION. Seventh and Hickory: tha
Reverend Z. T. McCann. Pastor: W. M. Sloan.
Superintendent 3 p. m., Sunday school; 7 n ra.
JENNING3. the Reverend Columbus Bradford.
Pastor Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
BELLEFONTA1NE: tha Reverend J. R. Eddle-
COOK AVENUE. Cook and Sarah: the Reverend
J. Tvtjman Bojer, Pastor Morning and even
BRANK MEMORIAL (South). Aubert and Page
the Reverend Doctor B. H. Charles, Pastor--alorntng
and evening services.
CARONDELET. No JU Michigan; tha Rever
end J. H. Gauss. Pastor Morning and eveotnr
COTE BIIILLIANTE. Marcus and Labadle; tha
Reverend C- 31 Rausch. Pastor Morning.
"The; Believer's Heritage"; S p. m., "The Old
Serpent: The Devil."
CURBY MEMORIAL. Utah and Texas; the rtev
erend Doctor E. D. Walker. Pastor Morning
sermon by pastor; evening, annual thanksgtv ing
CENTRAL Garrison and Lucas: the Reverend
J. Layton Mauze. raster U a. m. and 8 p.
COMITON HILL CHAPEL St. Vincent. Nea
Compton: the Reverend F. O. Seamans. Pastor
Morning and evening services.
GRACE. Clara and Ridge; the Reverend Charles
L. Chalfant. I'astor Morning and erenlng
GRAND AVENUE (South). Grand and Wash.
lngton; the Reverend Doctor J. F. Cannon, Pas
tor Morning and evening services.
FIRST. Washington and Sarah; the Reverend
Doctor W. J. McKlttriek. Pastor; the Reverend
G. W. King. Assistant Morning. Doctor C H.
I'atton; evening, "God and the vVorld."
GRAND AVENUE. Grand and Forest Park
boulevard, the Reverend J. W. Aehwood. Pas
tor Mcrnlng and evening services.
LAFAYETTE PARK. Albion and Ml-souri; tha
Reverend S. C. Palmer, Pastor 10.30 a. m.
and lp.ni services.
LEE AVENUE. Prairie and !: the Reverend
Henry Gardner. Pastor Morning. "The (me
Needful Equipment for Service"; evening,
LUCAS AVENUE (Cumberland), Lucas and
Ctannlng; the Reverend Doctor B. P. Fuller
ton. I'astor Morning. "Divine Headship";
evening, the Reverend A, M. Williams'.
McCAUSLAND AVENUE, the Reverend J. N.
Beall. Pastor Morning and evening services.
MEMORIAL TABERNACLE. Fifteenth and
Carr; the Reverend Doctor II. Maglll. Pastor
Morning and evening; servlcea.'
MARKHAM MEMORIAL Menard and Julia: the
Reverend Charlea Steixle, Pastor Morning
and evening; services.
NORTH, Eleventh and Chambers: the- Reverend
Frank Foster, Pastor Morning, communion
service: 8 p. m., "Christ Receives tho Devil's
NORTH CA3ANNE. Bartmer avenue, in Coun
ty: tha Reverend Howard smith. Pastor Morn
ing and evening services aa usual.
OAK 111LL. Bent and Humphrey; tha Reverend
Samuel I. Llndeay, Pastor II a. m. and even-
RAYMOND PLACE (Cumberland), King's Hlgn.
way and CabanneSytbe Reverend Taylor Ber
nard, pastor iionsww. me iveverena A. .vi.
Williams; evening, union services at Lucas
SECOND. Taylor and Westminster: tha Raver
ead Doctor 3. J. Niccolls. LU D., Pastor: th
Reverend R- Calvin Dobson, Assistant Mcrn
lng and evening servlcea.
TYLER PLACE. Russell and Spring; tha Rev
end D. R. Leland. Pastor Morning. "Imraaa
uel": 8 p. m., "A Character Sketcn." ,
WASHINGTON AND COMPTON AVENUE: the
Reverend Doctor Harris 1L Gregg, paator
Morning. 'The Lovo of the faplrti"; evening,
"Christ and Work."
WEST Maryville and Maplo; tho Reverend Doc
tor F. L Ferguson. Paster Morning, the Rev
erend Ferdinand Sallmerea; evening, the Rev
erend Charles F. Erouse.
FIRST REFORMED. McMillan and Taylor; tha
Reverend M. M. Pearce. I'astor Morning and
CLIFION HEIGHTS; the Reverend E. J. Brown,
Pastor 11 a. m., "The Determinative Principle
of a Holy Life.''
WAGONER PLACE (U. P.): the Reverend A. Sf.
Campbeli, Pastor Morning and evening aerv
FERGUSON: th Reverend M. V. P. Teaman.
Pastor Preaching as usual.
ROCK HILL. St. Louis County: the Reverend
A. S. Hughey. Pasior Services morning ana
KIRKWOOD: the Reverend Doctor It. C- Evans,
Paator Morning and evening services.
WEBSTER GROVES: the Reverend David M.
Skllllng. Pastor Morning service at 11 a. m.
and 4:30 p. m.
PEOPLE'S CHURCH (South). No. 818 North
Eleventh: the Reverend R. H. Bent. Pastor
Usual morning and evening services.
FIRST GERMAN. Tenth and Rutger; the Rev
erend J. G. Kessler. Pastor 10:1) a. m., Ger
man preaching; 7:43 p. m.. English preachlag,
BADEN No morning service:: 730 p. ra., tha
Reverend E. J. Brown will preach.
WINNEBAGO CHURCH. Winnebago and Ten
nessee: the Reverend A. Hlikeman. Pastor 11
a. m.. German service; 7:30 p. ra., English
POPE AVENUE MISSION. No. 4441 Penrose
4:30 a. m.. Sunday school; 9:30 a. m.. Christian
Endeavor; S p. m.. F. W. Luckei.
RIDGE HILL MISSION. Rldga and Evergreen;
3 p. m.. Sunday school.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. No. U40 North
Grand avenue; Franklin T. Conner, Paster 11
a. ni. and 8 p. m.. services.
ST. MARK'S. Cardinal and Ball: the Reverend
Doctor M. Rhodes, Pastor Morning. 'Ta
Stewardship of Life": evening, sermon.
MOUNT CALVARY. No. 1607 Euclid; tha Rev
erend E. T. Comer. Pastor Regular services.
GRACE. SU Louis and Garrison; th Reverend
Martin Sommers. Pastor 1030 a. m. and 8 p.
ST. PAUL'S MISSION. Chouteau and Taylor
Evenins service as usual.
VANDEVENTER MISSION. No. J544 Olive I
p. m.. Sunday school : 2 p. rn., preaching by
the Reveiend T. A. Winkler.
MAPLE AVENUE. Maple and Clarendon: th
Iteverena a. v.. "iibi. i-astcr Mcrnlng
and evening servlcea.
SALEM (German): the Reverend W. F. Horst-
meyer. Pastor Morning and evening- ervlcea.
Chrlatlnn Church Cfonsee-tarlaa).
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Llndell' Boolevard and
Vandeventer Avenu: the Reverend Abraham
B. Nelson. D. D-. I'astor-Regular service.
neorsranlred Church esf Jesas CBrist.
ROCK CUURCU, Glasgow and Dickaon-Suoaay
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Instructor operating :he Rvrttrhboard in the Hell Telephone Company's training depart
rrent. C- ndlrtatcs for jo.-itiens sit back of the instructor and viatch him carefully.
Every detail In operating the board is thoroughly explained.
OF nlTT.I. TELCI'llOVC CIHI.S.
Mun be Intelligent. f;t:lck and tr ght.
Age. 17 to 25. Olrls urdr 17 not
regarcleJ as old enoush to worlc In- h
telllgently, and women ovci Zi are 4
reEarded aj paf.J that period of
grasping new ideas as quickly as
women under that age.
Homely Ctrl may make as efficient
operator as a handsome one. Looks
cut no figure.
The voice Is or.o of tho most lmpor-
tant qualifications. Girl must speak
clearly and distinctly and must not
speak harshly. Voice must be soft
and at all times pleasant.
Sight of both eyes must be perfect
and hearing of both ears accurate.
Slender girl with Ions arms and
waist makes best operator. Fleshy
girls are usually clumsy and Interfere
with the work of those on either side
Education must be fair. High
School girl being- as well qualified as
one from a college. Girls In the sev-
enth grade of the public school are
regarded as well enough educated to
make efficient operators.
City girls who live at home aro
more desirable than girls from the
country, because the latter. It has
been found, are more or less lrregu-
lar. being frequently called away
from their work on account of Illness
at their homes.
"Hello Girls" are at a premium. That Is.
there are not as many ot them as the tele
phone companies had anticipated.
There are girls in abundance, tall g'.rls,
short girls, pretty girls, homely girls, thin
girls, mvl fat girls, but It is quite a task
to select from this variety the girls with
the proper qualifications to make success
ful telephone operators.
To be a telephone operator It requires
more than looking pretty, which doesn't
count over the wires. Neither can a gi'I be
a success as an operator who has several
beaux on her list, or is Inclined to be
The Bell Telephone Company wants g.rls
to fill vacancies In their operating depart
ments, but it is by no means an easy mat
ter, according to one of the officials cf the
company, to get enough girls who meet
with the requirements necessary to become
To show how difficult it Is to obtain the
school: 11 a. rn., sacramental service; t-JSH p.
m.. preaching by Elder R. Archibald.
NO. 0.31 MANCHESTER AVENUE Sunday
school at 10 a. m.: 7:30 p. m.. service by the
Reverend W. C. Cathes.
HUMPHREY STREET AND MORGAN FORD
ROAD Sunday school at 10 a. rn.; I'M D. m..
preaching by C. J. Remington.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (Scientist). Odeon.
Grand and Finney Services at 10:43 a. m.:
evening at 3 o'clock at 2735 Pine street.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, Hennaman
Hall. No. 3733 Olive-Services at 10:43 a. ra.
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH: the TTsvereod
John W. Day. Pastor 11 a. m., "The Con
tagion of Oocdness." by the Reverend Christo
pher R. Eliot of Boston.
CHURCH OF THE UNITY. Park and Arm
strong; the Reverend Edward G. Spencer. Pas
tor 11 a. m-. aermon.
New Jerusalem (Svredenborsrlaa).
CHURCH OF THE DIVINE HUMANITY. Del
mar and Spring: th Reverend S. C. Eby. Pas
tor 11 a. m.
FIRST GERMAN. Twelfth and Tyler: the Rev
erend Charles A. Nussbaum. Pastor 10 a. m.
THIRD SOCIETT (German). Corner St. Lout
and Rauschenbach Avenues; the Reverend C
L. Carriere, Pastor 11 a. m.. services aa usual.
N Dlvlntt Science.
DE HONEY HALL. 3944 Oliv e Services at 11
ETHICAL SOCIETT. Memorial Hall. Nineteenth
ana locust streets; vv. i. bneicoa. icrur.y
The Habit or Self-ControI: What It Means
and How It Is Acquired."
80CTETT OF SPIRITUAL RESEARCH. Jeffer
son and Festajozil Regular services.
CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL UNITY, Masonle
Temple, Odeon; the Reverend W. F. Peck. Pas
tor 3:30 p. m.. Professor C. W. Stewart on
" Marrtage Here and Hereafter": 7:45 p. m.,
FIRST SPIRITUAL ASSOCIATION. No. SOU
Pine; the Reverend Thomas Grtmshaw, Faster
10:45 a. m.. "Dreams"; 7:45 p. rn.. "The
ST. LOUIS PROGRESSIVA: UNION. No. 17M
Lxnist 2:30 p. ra.. address by Doctor Cald
well; dayllsm trumpet testa by Mrs. VestaL
UNION MISSION. No. 1433 Franklin; the Rev
erend M. B. Gott, Pastor Preaching at 11 a,
m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. Other services
CHURCH OF OOD. No. 3329 Montgomery: th
Reverend J. W. Boyd. Pastor Services at K-J3
a- ra. and 8 p. m.
K1EDRINGHAU9 MISSION. Seventh and Cass:
the Reverend C II. Leonard will preach at
t p. m.
CLEANER MISSION. No. lit North Twelfth;
F. M. Ruth. Superintendent 3 p. in.. Sunday
school: 8 p. m., the Reverand W. H. Blake will
FRANKLIN AVENUE MISSION. No. 3923
Franklin Avenue 2:30 p. m., Sunday rchool;
preaching at 7:30 p. ra. -
CHRISTIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Good and
Cote Brllliante; the Reverend L. C. and Mary
McGee Hall. Pastors 10:30 a. m.. 3 and 8 p.
m . preachlnc.
OPEN-DOOR MISSION, Second and Clark-Mr.
and Mrs, Gerbauser, Superintendents Opening
service at 7:39 p. m.
SOCIETY OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY.
Eighteenth and Pestalottl; the Reverend H. H.
Schroeder. Paster 3 p. m. (German).
BEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. Newstead and
Delmar; th Reverend R. C Porter. Pastor
Preaching morning and evening.
UNION MISSION. No. 8 Robert Avenue and
Twenty-Uilrd Street; the Reverend Mrs. Hester
Stevenson. Pastor 3S0 p. ro.. Bible reading. 8
CHURCH OF GOD. It. B14 nil Manchester
Road: the Reverend A. B. naniett. Pastor
Services. 10:10 a. m.. 3:30 p. m. 'and 8 p. m.
SPRUCE STREET MISSION. Nos. 11-13 South
Seventh 7:43 p. m.. gospel service, conducted
Gospel meeting eacb night curing the week,
by Mr. V. O. Saunders.
OPEN-DOOR CHAPEL Sixth aad Hickory; Mr.
and Mrs. L B. Haines, Superintendents 3:3s
n. ra. Sunday school; 8 n. m.. preaching.
CHURCH OF OOD. Benton and Thlrte-nth; the
Reverend John Cheary. Pastor Services at
SALVATION AIIMY mnl5. No. 1111 Franklin.
Knslen Handliy In rharre: No. 253 Franklin. ;
n.ni.i. elm. ,w.n.,.,:v .. ?a m a.,,...
Broedrray. Captain Newton, commander; Nc. i
i.i noma jvruamray znign niewiari. vwi- (
mender. At each cemmandcry holiness meet-
ing at 11 a. ra. and praise service at 3 and ,
8 ik m. ' -
PENTECOSTAL MISSION. No. 132 Franklin
Avenuer the Reverend O. W. Ross. Pastor
Services at 19:13 a. m. by Evangelist Lawhead
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETT. Odeon. Grand and
Finney 10:30 a. m.. -Some Difficulties of the
FUEB GOSPEL MISSION. No. 1S3 Oliv; J. II.
Fowler; Pastor lOJOa. m. and 3:30 n. m-
JKWISH-CHRISTIAN MISSION. 713 North
leveota-3:30 p. m.. and 7:30 p. m., -ervlcti.
rlRht sort of girls. It Is slated that 75 per
cnt of tho app'ieant fcr positions are re
ic;trd : y th" e am n ng tcard
'I he Eell Con p.try lias e.iobllsh-0 a sehojl
of ttalning ami gi.es dally inst uctlons to
a1! glrU who pss th? examining board.
Th'-e ln"rtructlor.s renaer a girl capable of
filling a portion as operator much quicker
than if she were to be placed at work Im
med'ately ir;on fce'ng etnpljyed. In the lat
ter case she would be mere of an annoyance
to others working about her.
V.'hile the girls are being instructed tbo
company pays them a small salary until
they are well enough trained to be placet!
at a switchboard, after which they receive s.
salary of JM a month, which amount Is In
creased as they Improve In the service.
SLENDER GIRLS IN DEMAND.
Fretty girls do not make better operator
than homely girls. No matter what kind
of a looking girl she Is. if she is Intelligent,
quick and bright, has good eyesight, can,
hear accurately, has arms of proper length,
and a. pleasant voice, with a distinct enun
ciation, she will in nearly every icstanc b
come an efficient operator.
Girls with common-school educatlono are
found to be Just as efficient as girls with
college educations. In fact, according to ona
member of the Bell Company's Exarolntnt
Board, girls with a High-School education
are about the only ones who are. employed.
"We are more particular In employing;
operators than the people , would think,"
said a gentleman connected with the com
pany yesterday. "We do not care to arn
ploy girls who are Inclined to be frivolous.
Thy must be ladles In every respect, anil
whenever we discover that a mistake baa
been made we quickly make a change.
"Girls who boa,rd, or girl who have giv
en up positions paying them twice as much,
as we would, are not as desirable as girls
who llva at home, because It Is a i:.rd
rratter for them to live and cloth thatn
selvea on $20 a month, and usually they sooa
become tired of It and look for a place pay
ing more money.
"Then the city girl ho lives at home is)
preferable to the girl from tho country.
Telephones are working twenty-four hours
In every day. and we Dave found that the
country girl is often called horns on account
of sickness of some member of the family,
and Is. therefore, not as reliable as oper
ators should be. for In many Instance
where a girl might be called away we might
be compelled to replace her wlto an inex
"We nave a large number of applicants,
but they come In all sixes and ages, and
only about 23 per cent of them are iccepted.
It is not as easy to be a telephone operator
as some girls might .think, but If tbey have
the qualifications they do not nd It a very
"Many girls who have the requiremenU do
not care to apply for a position because)
they fear to face the Examining Board,
when, really, the examination Is ly no
means strenuous. We need many ff-'ris.
and. while it Is a difficult matter to In
struct them all. we are willing to do this in
order to get the proper operators."
Official Forecast Announced for
To-Day and To-Morrow.
Washington, March S. Forecast for Sat
urday and Sunday:
Indiana and Illinois Rain Saturday. Sunday,
fair, colder; freah southeast wlods. becoming
Western Texas Fair in west, rain in east twr
tlon Saturday: colder In northwest portion. Sun
day, fair: colder in east and south portions:
fresh ca3t to southeast winds.
Eastern Texas Fair and colder Saturday. Sua-daj-.
Arkanias Rain, followed by fair and colder
Saturday. Sunday, fair.
Oklahaiu and lndtan Territory Rain and cold
er Saturday. Sundaj-. fair.
Missouri Fair la west, colder in east Satur
day. Sunday, fair.
Iowa Fair in west, rain In east portion; colder
Saturday. Sunday, fair.
Nebraska Fair colder Saturday. Sunday. fafr.
Kansas Fair Saturday; colder In east portion.
St. Luis. Mo.. March . 1KB.
Direction cf wind
Velocity of wind
vv earner at :: a. m.. ciouay; at ) p. m..
cloudy. Maximum temperature. 03; minimum,
temperature 50. River. 17.C feet.
D. J. HEItNDON.
Temporarily In Chsrge.
Department of Agriculture. Weather Bnrau.
Meteoroli'glcal observations received at St. Louis
March (. 1993, at 8:59 D. rn. local time and 8
p. m. seventy-flfth meridian time. Observations)
made at the same moment of time at all stations:
D1r.Tp.Mv. Rain. Weather
S n 73 .... Clear 1
W II M .... Fair 1
S 7) .... Cloudy J
w st 3 lear
B ss 41 .... Clear
S S Cloudy
...:.. .n c ec .ot cloudy
SB t so .M Rain
NH 41 (5 .... Clear
SB 41 44 .03 Rain
k m u .... Ckmdr
SB ll eil.W Fair
B 30 34 .... Fair
....NW 3S .... Cisar
W M .01 Valr
SB 3S 93 .1) Rain i
!E '3 44 .03 Fonr I
SB 6) ) .03 Cloudy I
s to (4 Cloudy
SW rg 43 .... Cloudy 4
w 34 4 , Cloudy I
W I 71 .'... Clear
SE n 74 .01 Cloudy i
K 3 .... Fomry K
F. 31 It .OJnila f
..NW JS 41 .i.. Fair 5
w ja 44 Clear
....SW 14 40 .... Clear
....sw 31 .... Cloudy
SB 54 5 .MKatn
B ri to .... Oar
SB tS 4 .03 Cloudy
SB m TS.... Cloudy
f-B s a -1 Cloudy
W 34 43 .... Clear
E 73 74 .... Fair
a 71 .MFair ,
s )4 H Rain i
B 33 1 .... gear
E 4t 51 .... Clear
....Ni 44 is .... Cloudy '
SB ss 7 .opdoudr
S B) 3 .70 Cloudy t i
w so IS .... cr J V
W 41 44 .OtCtoorJy-t 1
, s u 79-.OS Rain i
SB i 54 .... Ftr 3 1
TO 7 TS m Fair i ti
....NB 54 54 .... Clear ,. f
F. to '4 .... Cloudy' J i
E E .... near
B Jl 30 Fair j
...NW M 44 .... Clear 9
....SB - It 'Rk'n ; A
, 8 71 7t ..r: Cloudy j
,...aw r M .or Rain I
, R ! I -WClewdy . 1
SB Si S .10 Cloudy. - 1
....SW 43 4 .... Clear 1
W 43 .... tTear 1
! 73 n .... cloudy -i
...NW T4 Ti .... Fair v
...NW 1J 44 .... Clear 3
, , i
A SO 54 .
.NE SI (0
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