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THE KEPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
METHODIST CHURCH,' SOUTH, PLANS
MANY MEETINGS OF IMPORTANCE:
Bibliop Galloway Will Confer
Committee. Kcdetlieate First
Club, and Church Extension
Pastors and officers of local ,M." E.
Churches, Soutle, will within tbe nest few
days discuss many plans for trio further
Ins of Uie denomination's good In this
city, and some policies are expected to be
accurately determined. The agitation cen
ters around the presence of Bishop Charles
Bishop Gallon ay to-morrow morning at
11 o'clock 'nill preach the sermon at the
reopening and dedication of the Tirst
JI. K. Church, South. Glasgow avenue and
The congregation of thI-5 church was
the llrst of the denomination to be formed
In St. I.ouK and the church building at
different times has "been In several places.
The present Mructure was greatly In need
of repair at the beginning of the present I
tftt ,nmui ..nt.- . 1...., . 1. .. T7,.. .....nil T V .
Todd 'SvCduno pastor.
Throughhe rflorts of the Presiding
Elder, the pasto- and the Church Exten
sion Society, 6,000, NMo funds necessary
to make all repairs, was rtlstal, and the
building has been completely remitted. The
congregation, always a sti-ng one, it is
expected, will be much augmented by the
Local Methodists arc congratulating
themselves that plans made In the faU
have so accurately materialized, and a
large congregation Is expected to hear the
Bis-hop preach. He will also deliver a ser
mon at the evening service, and at both
there will be special music
The committee appointed by the St.
Louis pastors of the M. E. Church, South,
to arrange for World's Fair evangelistic
services, will meet Bishop Galloway and
the Reverend George Stuart this morning
at 19 o'clock In Centenary JI. E. Church,
South". Sixteenth and Pine streets, and the
day will be devoted to planning a series of
It Is thought that Mr. Stuart, who is
a well-known evangelist, and former as
sociate of Sam Jones, will be chosen to
lead the services.
The' Methodist Club, recently formed of
the pastors and prominent laymen of
both branches of the Methodist Church
represented In St. Louis, will have its first
banquet Monday cvenlng'ln the Washing
ton Hotel. . ., m
Bishop Galloway will be the chief speak
er, and there will be addresses by persons
who are to como from other cities to at
tend the club's Initial affair.
At the monthly meeting of the Church
Extension and City Mission Society at the
First M. E. Church. South, Thursday
evening, a banquet will bo served, and
affairs of much importance to the 'de
nomination considered. ... ,
The report of a committee appointed to
select a site for the erection of a; new
building for the Sloan Mission will be
received, and action looking toward the
improvement of the Shaw Avenue Church
may be taken.
EXPERTS TO GIVE-. ADDRESSES.
Fonr Chiefs of Departments of the
World's Fair to Talfc.on Its Edu
Four men prominent In the administra
tion of the World's Fair will discuss
"The Educational Value of the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition" at to-morrow morn
ing's service of the Ethical Society in
Memorial Hall, Nineteenth and Locust
Those who are to give addresses are:
Frederick J. V. Skiff. Director of Exhib
its? W. k Goldsborough. Chief of Elec
tricity J. A. Holmes, Chief of Mining and
Metallurgy, and Frederick W. Taylor.
Chief, of Horticulture and Agriculture.
The Sunday morning meetings of the
Ethical Society are open to the. general
JEWS OF THE CITY, CHURCHES.
Choir of St. John's Church Win Sins;
Mendelssohn's "SU rnul."
The choir of St. John's M. E. Church,
.. ,-. . ur.,r anfl Wnshlneton
lngrvfces. The oratorio taonVot a
seereiesnlhaSteriV . being .Presented, weekly.
Doctor Lees evening ccim .- -- -vr-.
thVR about which the music is writ-
the theme about which the
Thn Reverend Doctor Arthur J. Smith,
who will preach each Sunday this month
at the West Presbyterian Church, is add
ing to his regular services a series of talks
on "Practical Religion. - .
v snecial service of song will take the
place Pof the evening prayer and sermon
tomorrow night at St. Mark's Episcopal
The. men of the Maplewood Congrega
tional ChuVch will give an oyster supper
jSryilteyriU cook and serve the
The Reverend Doctor George F. Herrick
. fit nrpach to-morrow morning at r
grim ongiWational Church and to-mor-iow
afternoon at 4 o clock at the , P"?t
Congregational .Church. The Beverena
Doctor A. N. Hitchcock will preach In the
Sornng at the Hyde Farkj Congregational
Church and in the evening at the Foun
tain Park Congregational Church.
The nideons will conduct to-morrow
enfncs -erTlco at the EuclM Avenue
Bantln Church: The national. State and
Si presidents of the organization will
The Junior Bible Class of the .Fountain
Park Congregational Church w 11 be en
tertained Tuesday evening by Miss Kath
crine Duckworth, the president, at lo.
ST26 Cozens avenue.
Tl Presbvtery of St. Louis will meet
MondaySSn&isr at o'clock at No. 1516
The Reverend. Father James ; TL Coffey
will speak Tuesday evenlngat the Marvin
Memorial M. E. Church, gout h. Twelf th
and Sidney streets. The choir will sing a
programme of special music.
The Reverend Doctor Charles Miller will
preach to-morrow morning at tne Lee
Avenue Presbyterian Church.
The Reverend Doctor W. D. Bradsfleld
Is conducting a series of evangelistic ser
vices on Sunday evenings. The subject of
the sermon he will preach to-morrow
evening will be "Salvation: God Provides
The Reverend Doctor Arthur J. Smith
will speak at the men's meeting of the
rUntnTi y M. C. A. to-morrow after
rfoSi at 330 rfclock on "Broken Hedges
and Serpent Bites "
The Reverend Harry C. Leonard will
lead revival services each evening next
week at the Harlem Place M. E. Church.
The Reverend Doctor Edward Thompson
will preach to-morrow morning at Union
M. E. Church, and to-morrow evening at
Lafayette Park M. E. Church. South.
The service at the Mount Auburn M. E.
Church. South, to-morrow evening, will be
conducted by the members jf the Epworth
The Reverend Doctor Leon Harrison
will speak to-morrow morn'ng at 10:45
o'clock In Temple Israel on "Marriage and
Parenthood: the Man, the Woman, and
the Child in the Home."
The Reverend Doctor Frank W. Luce of
the Maple Avenue M. E. Church will to
morrow night preach the first of a series
of sermons on Important topics. The first
discourse will be on "The Sacredness of
The installation of officers of the First
German Congregational Church will take
The Reverend W. B. Floyd will speak
upon "Abel" at to-morrow evening's str
Vfce at the Jennings Presbyterian Church.
The address will be the first of a series of
CHRISTIAN EXDEAVOR TOPIC
"What Are Some Tests of Repent
ance!" (Lake Hi, 814) Psalm
BV AMOS R. WELLS.
Repentence Is not mere regret- Ahou-
sand .reasons may make us sorry, for' our
sin the weakened body. the-.ruinedreru-
tatlon. the? loss-. of friends, of--money,", of
:- r position a thousand reasons but the right
ny vwB.a tv...ww ut vm .--..s u ., m.
With World's Fair Evangelistic
Church and Address Methodist
Society Will Convene.
And wo may be sorry, and keep right on
Repentance is not a change of nutwa.nl
ilfo. A drunkatd. frightened bv the con
sciousneys of the clnin tightening around
him, may abandon his cups while in his
heart ho Is a drunkard still.
Repentance is not pen a hatred nf the
sin, and a desire, howeer .strong to get
rid of It. Many .i Mmier despises himself,
loathes his sin. and struggles fiercely to
ecape from the pit into which ho h:i&
What Is repentance, then. If It is none
of the&e things so often mistaken for it?
You cannot leave Christ out of re
pentance. In attempting to do this, mjri-ad-.
confirm the failure of their lives.
Repentance is turning from sin toward
Christ- Repentance is putting on the
"Old man" like an old coat, and putting
on the "new man," Christ Jesus, it is
not regeneration, but it is the beginning of
that blessed process.
What are some of the tests of repent
ance? One blessed evidence is forgetfui
ncss of the old life. We cease to be wor
ried bv it. to tremble over It. As Louise
Chandler Moulton writes:
Let the old life be cov ered by the new.
The old, old oast, so full of sad mistakes;
Let It be wholly hidden from our lew
Bv deeds as white and silent as snow flakes.
Ere the earth life melt In the eternal Sprlns.
Let the white mantle of repentence fltnc
Soft drapery about it. fold on fold.
Ei en as the new snow covers up the old.
Another test of repentance is a new con
fidence. Before, we were quite sure we
.should fall: now. we are certain that
Christ will not fall us.
A third test of repentance is In our sur
roundings. A man cannot turn about and
walk in the other direction without com
ing into different scenery. Repentance
brings new associates, new work, new in
terests. A fourth test of repentance Is our
thoughts. Before, when left to them
selves, they sprang greedily upon images
of sin and gloated over them. Now, when
they are set free by leisure or by sleep,
they turn instinctively to what Is pure,
and to Christ, the fountain of purity.
Another test Is the result of our life.
Do eyes brichten when you approach? Do
you know of hearts the happier for your
living? Are vour tasks getting done bet
ter? These are good evidences of repent
ance. There is nothing in all the range of the
spiritual life about which men so easily
cheat themselves as this matterof repent
ance. So few repent, of those that think
they do! Doubly necessary is It, there
fore, that we apply these test to our re
pentance with stern honesty, and do not
become that most pitiable of fools, the
man who blinds himself.
Y. SI. C. A., Elects Officers.
Tho foUowlng officers of the Central Y.
M. C. A. were elected Thursday evening:
A. G. Souther, chairman: W. O. Andrews,
vice president: Frederick Vierllng, secre
tary. The members of the Board of Di
rectors are Charles P. Ul-aiion. j. v..
Lewis, T. G. Rutledge. C. D. Gregg. W.
H. Danforth, J. V. Estes, J. A. Gardner,
D. R. Williams and W. W. Blrge.
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
The list of sermon topics nd special services
for to-morrow is as follows:
DELMAIt AVEXUR Delmar and Pendleton;
the Reierend Doctor J. T. M. Johnston. Pas
tor Mominp. "The Cost of Disobedience";
evening, "Proving God."
GRAND AVEN'UE: the Reierend A. TV. Clax
ton Morning, "A Forward Step"; 7:15 p. m,
AIAPLEWOOD: the Reverend W. L. Nash.
Pastor Morning and evening services.
SE3COXD, Beaumont and Locust: the Reierend
Doctor W. W. Bold. Pastor Mornlne.
"Chariot and Horses of Fire": eieninjr. "Bo-
. hopd and Bapiim of Christ."
THIRD. Washington and Grand: the Reverend
i Doctor W J . Willlatason Pastor 11 ' a. ra.
""chrlsl's Estimate ofS-His Death": 7:t p. rn.,
"A Message From the Dead."
WATER TOWER. Grand and Florissant: the
Reverend L. H. Williams Morning and even
TOWER GROVE. No. 1C0 Norfolk: the Rev
erend Menta Sturgeon, Pastor Morning and
RUSSELL AVENUE. No. 1GC2 Russell: the
Reierend Frank Morton. Pastor 10:30 a. ro.
and 7:45 p. m.. preaching: 3 p. m., Sunday
FIRST GERMAN. Rauscbenbach. Near St.
Louis:' the Reierend H. Sehulz. Pastor
Morning and eienlng services.
IMMANUEL. Cates and Hamilton: the Rever
end Louis Bowerman. Pastor Morning,
"Jesus Withholding Himself From Men";
7:30 p. m., "A Wise Purpose Unwisely Post
poned." WEST PARK, No. E3M Easton; the Reverend
Cecil V. Cook. Pastor Morning and evening
CAHONDELET: the Reierend C. W. Wall.
Pastor Morning and eienlng services.
MERAMEG MISSION. Meramec and Virginia
COMPTON HEIGHTS. Russell and Vandei ea
ter: tho Reverend J. Percy Stuart, Pastor
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., services,
LACLEDE AVENUE MISSION. Cardinal and
Laclede: L M. Page, Pastor Morning and
eienlng sen Ices.
BROADWAY MISSION. 21! South Fourth
Evening, the Reverend John More.
KOSSUTH AVENUE MISSION. Kossuth and
Groie Morning and eienlng services.
FOURTH, Thirteenth and Sullivan: the Rev
erend H. L. 11111, Paster Morning and eien
EUCLID AVENUE. Euclid and Pane: the Rev
erend S. E. Ewlig, Pastor Morning, "A
Glance at an Early Christian Home"; even
ing. Gideon sen ice.
LAFAYETTE PARK: morning and evening
Doctor J. C. Armstrong.
LOWELL MISSION-Sunday school, 3 p. m.
CATHEDRAL, Walnut between Second and
Third; the Reierend Eugene Coyle, pactor
Mass at 6. 8 and 10.30 a. m : vespers at 2:30
" ln- i bsi
ANNUNCIATION, Sixth and La Salle; the
Reverend J. J. Head. Pastor MaS3 at 6, St
and 19:15 a. m.: vespers at 2.30 p. m.
ASSUMPTION. Sidney and Ninth; the Rev
erend Patrick Doolcy. Pastor Mass at 7:30
and 10 a. ra.
HOLY CROSS (German), Church Road. Near
Blttner- tbe Reverena Peter Wigger. Pastor
Mass at 5:30 and U:3u a. m.; lespers, 5.30
HOLY GHOST (German). Taylor and Garfield;
the Reverend H. 'Xobe. pestor Mass at t 8
and 10 a. m.; vespers. 3 p. m.
HOLT INNOCENTS. No. 6300 Reber place; the,
Reverend John White, pastor Mass at 8 and
10 . i.
HOLY NAME Or JESUS. No. 2011 East Grar;
Tae Reierend Patrick M. Tallon, Pasu,r
Mass at , a, 9 and 10 a. m.; vespers, J.3J
SACRED HEART. University Near Twenty
tltth: the Reierend' James McCabe. Pastor
Mass at 53U, 7, 8.jo and 10 a. ra.; vespers at
7:50 p ra.
VISITATION. Taylor and Easton: the Reier
end E. J, Dempsey, Pastor Mass at b, 7.3:1). 9
and 10.3!) a. m.; lesuera at 3:3u p. m.
HOLY ANGELS. St. Ange and La Klllc; the
Raierend Father b'. M. Kelty. raster Mass
at 6. 8:30 and 10 a. ra.; venpers st 8.3J p. ra.
HOLT FAMiLY;' No. "IS Humphrey tho Rev
erend Jonn f. iteuuiur, i-uator Masses at
5:30, 8 and 10 a. m:
HOLY ROSARY, Nowstead and Margaretta:
the Reierend D. D. Lavery, Pastor Mass at
6. 1M and a (children); 10. sermon.
LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL, Eleienth and
Destrehan: the Reierend John A. Trac, Pas
torMass, 7 and W.30 a. m.; vespers, 1:31
LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL. Church ana
HaJi'S'Ferry. Roads the Reierend D. s Phs
lan. Pastor Mass, 730 and 10:ju a. m.; ves
pers, 2M,p. m.
LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOR (German),
Linton and Twentieth: the Reierend Augus
tine J Sschllllng. Pastor Mass. 6.30, 8 and 14
ST. AQATHA'9 (German), No. JI39 South
Ninth; the Reverend Henry Schrase. Pastor
Mass, C, 8 and ID a. m.; vespers, 2.30 p. m.
ST. AGNES'S, Sidney and Balena; the Reier
end John J. Tannrath. pastor Mass, 6. 7.15.
8:30 and 10:15 a. m , lespers, 8 p. m.
faT. ALOTSIUSS. Magnolia and January; the
Reverend F. Q. Holweck, Pastor Mass, 7:15,
8 da and 10 a. m.; vespers. 2:30 p. m.
ST. ALPHONSCS'd. Grand and Cook Mass,
6:15. 6, 7. s and 9 a. m.; high mass, 10:30 a.
m.; vespers, 730 p. ra.
ST. ANN'S. Page and Whlttier: the Reverend
O. J. McDonald. Pastor Mass. 6. 7-30, 8,
10:80 a. nu: vespers. 7-80 p. ra.
ET. ANTHONY'S (German). Meramec and
Compton: the Reverend Timothy Magnlen.
Pastor Mass. ,.8, 10 s. m.; vespers, 2.3J
ST.' AUGUSTINE'S (German). LIsmore andHe
bert: tbe Reverend H. A. Hucktnstera, Pas
tor Mass. 6. 8 and 10 a. ra.; vespers. 2:30'
ST.'BERNARD'S.'Mawk and Gratiot: the Rev.
erend Peter J. Bremlch, Pastor Mass." 5-30,
. 780 and 10 a. m.; vespers. 1p.m.
ST. BONIFACE'S '(German), Michigan and
Hchlrmer; the Reverend IL Niters, Pastor
Mass. -v8 and 10 a.,m.; vespers, 2-80 p. m.
-ST.-'BRlDaET'S, Carr-snd JeSerson: the Rev
erend Edward Fenlon. Pastor Mass,' 7. 8, 9
and 10-80 a-m. ., ..
8T.. CA8IM1R-8. Elfhth and MolUaphy: tha
Reverend IlSDhael-L. X. GmIeUnskt,-Psstor
Mas. 6,. 81 and. 10 a-m.: vespers.c8 p.-.m. .
ST.-cnLUMBKILLE'a," Michigan and. Davis;
the Reverend Francis J. Jones,. Pastor Mass,
,- 8 ana w fc m-JiVespers,- p. m.
and 10 a. m.; vespers. 3 p. m.
ST. EDWARD'S. Clira and Maffltt: the Rev
erend Edward J. Wjnnc. rastor Mass. ..3)
and 10 a. m.; vespers. 4 p. m. ,
bT. EL12.I1ET11'S (Colored). No. SIS North
Kourterath; the Re erend Michael I. Spleen.
Pastor llass.- 7. 8.30 and 9 a. m-: vesper',
3 p. m.
ST. MIC'HABL'S. Eleienth and Sarah: the
Reierend lllcliael J. McCabe. pastor Mass.
6. 7-30. 9 and W-31 a. m.; vespers, 2"-0 p m.
'ST. NICllOLAVS (Gorman)". No. 1SJI Lucas;
the Keicraul Joseph A. Schaefer. Pastor
MaF. c. S und 10 a. m.
ST. PATRICK-)). xth and niddle: the Rev
errrd Timothy Denipsej. rastor -las. 6.
730. 9 and 10 a. m.; lerpers, S.30 p. m.
SS. PETER AND PAUL'S (German). fV'tenth
and Allen: tlio lteieri.nd G. r. Goi'.i-r, Pas
torMass, 6 a. m.: lespers, 1 p. m.
ST. ROSE'S. GwdMlow and EUcl; the Rel
erenil J. .1 JltGljnn. l'astcr JUw. 8.30,'S. 9
and 10 o'clock a m.
ST. STANIStUS'S (Polls'-). Twentieth aed
t"a- tl-tt Reierend IThUin StanowsU. Pastor-Mass.
7:30 and 9 d a. m.: icpen,, Z
ST. TKIirsVS, No. 2113 North Grai-d; te
lteicnnd .1. A. Connellj. lMstor Mass. 5:li.
6.43 and '1.15: hlfh na. it:l) a. m : cidl-dr-n
nMs. b a. m.; benediction, 3 p. m.
ST. THOMAS OP AQUIN'P. Ioua and Osase;
the ltei erend John H. Maa. I) D , Pistor
Mas-. C. 7 and 10 a. m.: bunday school, 2:w0
ST. VINCKXT DK PAI'L'9 (Cerman loml
IhiBlisli). Park and Ninth: the Reverend F.
V. Nucent. C. JI.. thp Reierend A. IT. A
inulh. c M.: the Reirretd P. V. JiidE. -
C: the Iteierend !- It. IlubT. ". M.. Pas
tors Mas and scrnirr. S and 10:31 a m :
vespers, demotions and Lenedittlons. 3:3 p ra.
S3.. MARY AND JOSEPH'S. Minnesota
and Iron the Reierend Ml'.es W. Tobjn.
Pastor Mas. 8 and 10 a. m.
ST. WENCESLVUe-JS (Uohenilan). NO. C03I
Oregon: the Reierend John ckuta. Pastor
Mass and "rmon. ": a. m : high mass and
sermon, 9.3u h m.: Instruction. 2.30 p. m.:
lespers and bencdlctlo-i. 3 p. m.
ST. KEVIN'S. Park and Cardinal: the Reier
end El J. shea. Fastor Mass, 5:13. 7. S:30.
9.30 and 10:C0 a. m.
ST. JI UtGAIlET'S. Russell and Vandeientcr:
.the Reierend J. J. O'Brlfn, Pastor Masses at
6. 7. 9 and 10.30 a. m.
ST. ENGELUlMtT'S. Carter and Marcus; the
Reieiend Anton Pauck. Fanor Masses. Sand
10 a. m.; itsper". 3.30 p. m
ST. FRANCIS I)E SALES (German). Gravols
and Onio. the Reierend P. J. Letz. Tastor
Mass. 3:30. 7:15 and U a. m.: lespers. 2.39
SI. FRANCIS X-VVIER'S. Grand and Llndell;
the lteverend Henry S Rronigteat, S. J.
Mas. j5. b. 7. 3.J0 and 10 a. m.; lespers. 7:15
ST. HENRY'S. Hickory and Calllornla; the
Reverend Jonr A. lftiftman. Pastor Mass,
5.30. 7:j0 and 10 a. ra.; ifp2rs. 3 n. m.
ST. JAJits's, lumm. Oppiute Wade: the Rev
erend It. A. Case. 1'astor 7 und 9 oc.ock
a. iu. for children; 10.3U a. m.; haptiscisr 3.J0
Si". JOHN'S, bivteenth and Chestnut: the Rei
erend Jauit-S 1. lOUe, I'astul .Uass. b, 7Af, 9
and U.4J a. in ; lespeis. 8 d. m.
ST. JOHN Or' -NEPOMUK (liontmlan), Soulard
and Llcieulh; the Iteierend Jo-jegli ilesscun.
Pastor Mass, i and 10 a. m.; lespers. 5 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (German). Eleienth and B'dule;
tne iliitrt-uu a l-iancis lalazza. b. J. Mass
C. J and 10 a. m.: bunday scnool at J p. m.;
benediction at J p. m.
ST. LAWRENCE O'TOOLE'S; Fourteenth and
O'lallon; me iteierend At. b. ihennan. Pastor
Mass, 5.JJ, 7, s. a:ia and 10.3U a. m.; itspers
at bi'J p. m.
ST. LEO'S. Mullanpliv and Twenty-third; 'the
Reierend J. J. Ilarty. Pastor Mass. 5 JO 7.
s:30 for children: 9::w. nith sermon: eienlns
sen ice. consisting of rosarj. sermon and ben
ediction. ST. LIBORIUS'S (German). North Market and
Ucgan; the Reierend U. A. Rels. Pastors
Mass. 0. S and 10 a. m.; lespers. 2:30 p. m.
ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPEL, Newstead
and Maryland: the Reierend P. T. O'Reilly,
Fastor Mass. 6. 7:30, 9 and 10.30 a. m.: les
pers. 1 p. m.
ST. MAHCHY'S. Oark and Ewlng; th Rev
erend Charles Zlegler. Pastor Mass. 5.31. 8:20
and 1030 a. m.: lespers. 730 p. m.
ST. MARK EVANGELIST. Pale and Acade
my: the Reierend Peter J. O'Rourke. Pas
torMass, C. 7 30, 9 and 10:30 a. m. and 3:30
ST. MARY'S (German). Third and Gratiot:' the
Reierend W. Faeber. Pastor Mass. 6. 8 and
10 a. m.: Sundai school at 2 p. in.
FIRST. No 3126 Locust: the Reierend John L
Rrandt. Pastor Morning and eienlng serv
ices. CARONDELET, No. 6W1 VIrclnIa: the Rever
end G. E. Ireland. Pastor Mcrnlnt; sen Ice;
eienlng. the Reierend r. J. Nichols.
TUXEDO. St. Louis County: J. A. Bennett,
Minister Morning and evening sen-ices.
OIf ORCIIVRD (Vlllsse Hall). 9.M a. m
Sunday school- eten'n-r service.
SECOND. Eleienth and Tyler: W. Daviess
Plttman. Pastor Morning. AV. Daviess Pitt
rnaji; le a. m. and Sp. m . sermons.
CENTRAL rinney. nenr Grand: the Reverend
Hov-ard T. Cree. Pastor ilornlng. "Using
the Mammon of Unrighteousness" ; 8 p. ra,.
"The Acts of the Ancstles."
POURTH. No 1501 I'tn--03a: the Reierend E.
T. McFarland. Pastor Morning senlce; eien
lng sen-ice; i i . - .
COAIPTON HEIGHTS., St.YIncent and Cali
fornia Morning and .-evening senic-s:
HAMILTON AVENUE. Hamilton and Ply
mouth; the Reierend rrank J. N'cho's. Pas
torMorning benkev .
MOUNT CABNNE, .King's Hlshivay and
Morgan; the Reierend Frank G. Tyrrell. Pas
tor Morning and eienlng sen Ices.
HAMMETT PLACE. Corner Marcus and Ham
mett: ths. Reierend S B. Moore Pastoi
Jlornlng, "1'ractlcal Minlstrj"; eienlng, "A
Famous Watering llace and a Miracle."
OVERLVND PARK MISSION. RItenour
Ecnool: buperlntendent, O. A. Bartholomew
3 p. m. sen Ice.
SEVENTH .STREET MISSION. No. 3331 South
beienth 9:15 a, m, Bible school.
MAPLEWOOD; G. T. Hoffman. Pastor-Morning
COMPTON HILL Compton and Lafayette: the
Iteierend W. W, Nev-ell, Pastor Morning,
"Faithfulness In Life"; eienlng; "A City's
Rejection of Christ."
OLIVE BRANCH CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH: the Iteierend PUIlo Yarrow. Pas
tor 11 a. m. and eienlng scn-lces.
FIRST, Delmar Near Grand; the Reverend
Doctor G. H. Patton, Pa-rtor Morning,
'The Vine and Its Branches": 1 p. m.. Doc
tor George 1. Herrlck,
FOUNTAIN PARK. Aubert and Fountain: the
Reverend J. C. Cromer, Pastor Morning
"Some Practical Things"; eienlng, platform
MAJLEWOOD: the Reierend George E. Bates.
Pastor Morning, "The Battle of Spiritual
Emancipation": 8 p. m , song senlce.
HYDE PARK. Bremen and Ulalr; the Reierend
W. M. Jones. Ph. D , Pastor Morning, Doc
tor A. N. Hitchcock; S p. m , "Christ En
throned." IMMANUEL Hancock and Jamieson Morning
and evening, the Reverend John Bandy.
PILGRIM, Washington and Ewing: the Rev
erend Doctor 11 tiumham. Pastor Morning.
Doctor Georpe F. Herrlck; eienlng, "How
bhall We Measure Dlilne Goodness;'
REDEEMER. Barrett and Thomrson Mornln
sermon by the Reverend H. A. Phlppa.
REBER PLACE. .Mackllnd and Old Manches-
j ter: the Reverend 1-rank Lonsdale, Pastor
Morning and evening cervices.
OLD ORCILRD; tho Reverend Harry Blunt,
Pastor Morning and evening sen ices.
WEBSTER GROVES: morning and evenln
senices. FIRST GERMAN. Garfield and Spring- the
Reierend W. ir. Dora. Pastor Mcriili. -,
"I Must Be About My Father's Business."
SWEDISH. Armstrong and Hickory- the Rev
erend C O. lsukson. Pastor 11 a. m. and 8 p
in., b-rmon and scnlccs.
UNION. No. 1133 North Tenth; the Reverend
Stanley M. lluraby. Pastor 10:1 a. m. and
8 p. m.. services.
BETHLEHEM. Thirteenth and Allen; the Rev
erend Mr. Ericsoc. Pastor u a. m. and 8 n
m., sen Ices.
HOPE, Belt and Easton: the Reierend Martin
H, Bird, rastor Morning and eienlng sen
Ices. SAPP1NGTON: the Reierend Earl Hewson.
Pastor Morning and eienlng serilces.
MEMORIAL, Sulphur and Way: the Rev
erend llliam bmlth. Pastor Morning "A
Man Sent From God ; 8 p. m., "A Voice or
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL Thirteenth
and Locust; the Reverend C. M- Davis, Dean
1 a. m. and K a. m , holy communion: 11 a.
m., morning prayer and sermon: 8 p. ra..
evening prayer and sermon.
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION. Cates and
Goodfeliow; the lteveiend Doctor James It,
Winchester, Rector 7:30 a. m , holy com
munion: 11 a. a., morning praver and ser
mon: 7:a) p. m., evening praver and sermon.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
Twenty-eighth and Washington, the Reierend
Charles P. Blatsdell, Recttr 8:30 a. m.. holy
communion: 11 a. m.. morning praier and ser
mon; 8 p. ra.. eiening prayer; momh ser
mon. "Individual Progress"; evening song
GRACE. Eleventh and Warren: the Reverend
Benjamin B. Reed, Rector 10.30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m , services-midday communion first
Sunday of each month; 7:20 a. ra., communion
MOUNT CALVARY. Grand and Lafajette; th
Reverend P. W. Pauntleroy. Jtector H a. m.1
sermon and morning prayer; 8 p. m, eienlng
prayer and litany.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Compton 'and
Lucas; the Reierend Charles Trotman. Rector
U a. m. and 8 p. m.. sermon and senlces.
ST. ANDREW'S. No. 1123 North Garrison: the
Reverend J. A. Doorls, Rector 730 a. m..
holy communion- it a, m., morning services
and sermon; :la p. m., eienlng prayer and
ST. AUGUSTINE'S. Bruno and Blendon: the
Reverend O. B. D. Miller. Rector llal m
service and sermon; Sunday school at 9-30 a.
m.; 730, sen-ice: consecration of churcrr at
morning sen ice. Bishop Tuttle will preach.
ST. GEORGE-?, Pendleton and Olive; the Rev
erend R. A. Holland, s. T. D., Rector Morn
ing service. Doctor Holland will' preach on
"Hold Fust to-Good." H
ST. JAMES'a Good; and Cote Brllllante; the
Reierend Doctor E. Dues-worth, Pastor 7-20
a. m , holy communion; 11 a. m.. mormng
prayer and holy communion: 8 p. m., evening
prayer and sermon.
ST. MARK'S. Fortieth and Washington: the
Reverend J- K. Brennan. Paaton Morning,
."The Practical Test in Religion"-: evening,
6T. PETER'S. Linden and Spring; the Rever
end William Short, Jtectcr 7:16 a. m., holy,
communion; 11 a. xn., morning: prayer 'and
sermon. -Charles Galloway. ,-arranIst.--
'ST. PHILIPS, Union and Maple; the Reverend'
tvuuam js.iu-r. ftcvujE- f :au m- m nniv can
xntuiioa; 11 s m..mornins;praTer aad.aer-
erend J. T. Folei. Taster Mass,
ST. STEPHENS Sixth and Rutger: the Rev
erenl II. W. Mlzner, Rector 7 and 9 a. m.,
holy communion; 8 p. m , mission senlce,
with lantern Illustrations.
ST. MYTTHKtVS, Wilson. Near Fris-o .Park;
the Reverend C. If. Collins. Rector 11 a. m ,
Fermon and services.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. No.
2SCS Kalna: the Reverend SI. V. Newton. Rec
tor 10:15 a. m.. morning praver aad termon;
9.30 a. m . Sunday school.
EMMANUEL. Old Orchard-The Reverend J.
Courtney Jones. Rector Senlces 11 a. m. and
- 1 p. m.
ST. THOMAS'S MISSION (Deaf-Mutc). B'i
flngpr Memorial Chapel; the Reverend J. H.
Cloud, Rector 11 a. in., services as usual.
ST. PAUL'S, Mlchlean and Malt-ll a. m..
mcrnirg pniver and sermon; S p. m, even
ing praver and sermon.
HOLY INNOCENTS. Morgan rord Road and
Tholozan; the Reierend W. A. Hatch. Itector
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., sermon and senlces.
TRINITY. Channlng and rranklln; the Reier
end Father II. C. St. Clair. Itector 7 a. m .
matins: 7:20 a. m . low mass: 11 a. m., ehcrai
mi9 and sermon: S p. in . eVcnsong and ser
mon. EPIPHANY MISSION HOUSE. Eojle and Gib
son: the Iteierend J. W. Hlgson. Rector
becond bunday of each month, holy com
munion at 11 a. m ; evening prayer and ser
mon at 8 p. m
CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. Chatham and
i.mmen-ii a. m. morning prajcr; s p. m ,
Gcrinnn liniiFtcllcal. -
BETHLEHEM. Slnvv and Hereford: the Rev
erend Henry C Grabendinkel, Fastor Serv
ices at 10 30 a. m. and S pSm.
CARONDELET. Michigan and Koeln; the Rev
erend Edward I. Bielberue. Pastor berv ices
at 10 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
CHRIST, Manchester and Blendon: the Rever
end John Erdmann, I-astor bervlces at 10.15
a. m. and 8 p. ra.
CHURCH OF JESUS, Victor and Twelfth: the
lteverend John J. 1'lnk. Fastor Sen Ices at 10
a. in. and 8 pm.
EMMAUS. Chouteau and Tower Grove; the
Reierend Cari Pieger, Pastor bervlces at
10:30 a. m.
FRIENDS. Nineteenth and Ncwhouse; the Rev
erend Otto Bautzer. Pastor Services at 10 a.
m. and 7:13 p. m.
EDEN, Hamilton and Bartmer: tho Reverend
Paul Ffeirfer, Pastor 10.30 a. m., senlce;
no eienlng senlce.
:T. JAMEb'S. College and Blair: the Rever
end c G. Haas bervlces at 10 a. ra. and
7:15 p. m.
ST. JOHANNES'S, Fourteenth and' Madison;
the Reierend Frederick Klemme. Pastor
Services at 10 a. m. and 7:15 p. m.
bT. LUKX7S, Scott and Jefferson; the Rever
end Henri- Walser, Pastor Services at 10 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
ST. MARK'S. Third and Soulard: the Reverend
E. H. Ellis. Fastor ben ices at 10 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
ST. MATTHEWS. Jefferson and Fotomac: the
Reverend Henry Drees. Pastor Senlces at
10:30 a. m. and 7.30 n. m.
ST. PAUL-S. No. 1S10 South Ninth: tho Rev
erend J. Iron, Pastor Senlces at 10 a. m.
and 8 p m.
TRINITY. Neosho and Michigan: the Rever
end 1 W. Esser. Fastor bervlces at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
ZION. Tn enty-llf th and Benton: the Reverend
John F. Baltzer, Fastor Services at 10 a. m.
and 7:15 p. m-
EBENEZER. No. 2S21 McNair: tho R'verend
A. Fischer. Fastor 10 a. m. senlce ivltn
sern on, 7:30 p. m , Sunday school service.
BETHEL (English). Nineteenth and Wright;
Schuctte's Hall; th Reverend Theophile L
Mueller, Pa3tor 10:30 a. in. and evening serv
ices. MISSION, 5530 Morgan -Ford road; the Rever
end vv. Schmidt. Pastor 10.30 a. m . sermon.,
German Einncellcnl Lutheran.
BETHANIA. Natural Bridge Road and Clay:
the Reierend M. Martens. Pastor ben ices
at 10 a. in. and S p. m.
BETHLEHEM, Salisbury and Florissant; the
P.eveiend C I Janzow. Fastor: the Rever
end L Fuerblnger, Assistant ben Ices at 9.31
a. m. and 2:C0 p m.
CHRIST. No. 25C1 Caroline; 'the Reverend E.
II. T. Schuessler, l"astor Services at 10 a.
m. and 7 p. in.
CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER- the Rever
ind L. Buchhelmer. Pastor-W:30 a. ra. and
S:30 p. m. sen iceg
CHURCH'or THE HOLY CROSS. Miami and
Ohio: the Reverend Charles'C. Schmidt. Pas
tor Senlces at 10 a. in. and 3 p.m.
CONCORDIA, Old Manchester Road, Near
Junction With Manchester Avenue: the Rev
erend Ferd nand b. Buengtr. Pastor.
EMMAUS. No 2323 Jefferson; tho Reverend
Richard T. Kretzschmar. Paster-Sen ices at
10:15 a m.: Ensllsh services, 8 p. m.
HOLY GHOST. Grand and Page: the Reverend
I'edro llsen. Pastor Sen Ices at 10:30.a. m:
IMMANUEL Fifteenth and Morgan: the Rev
erend G Wangelln. Fastor.
ST. JOHN'S, Morgan Ford Road and Chippe
wa: the Reverend Herman Bartels, Pastor
Senlces at 10 P. rn. and 7 p. m.
ST. LUKE'S, Itaska and Compton; the Rever
end Frederick W. King, Pastor Sen Ices at
10 a. m.
ST. PAUL'S, Prairie and Yon Phul: the Rev-
erenu jcuia e. Asiiub, ("iw ...t ...
9.30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. si
ST. EETEg'fl. Vista and Newstead: the ltev
erend Theodore sehurdel. pastor Services-at
10:15 a. m. and 7:13 p. m.' y "
ST., TRINITY. Sixth and Koela: the Rev
erend Jacob J. Bernthal, Pastor Services at
10 a- m. and 7 p. m.
SWEDISH GETHSEMANE. No. 1311 Califor
nia; the Reverend Carl J-Reahard, Pastor
Senlces at 11 a. m. and 7:L p. m.; Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
TRINITY. Lafa)ette and Elghih: the Rev
erend Otto C. Hanzer. Pastor Sen-Ices at 10
a. m. and 3 p.m.
ZION Benton and Twenty-flrst: the Reverend
C. F. Otwrmeyer lastor Services at 10 a.
in. and 2:3(i p. m. .
MISION"FOR THE DEAF; the Reverend Her
man Hallenberg. Pastor Services at Zlon
Church at 3 p. m. In the sign language.
MISSION CHAPEL Second -and Plum; the
Reverend F. Dreyer. Pastor English Sunday
schorl at 2 p. m.: German services at 3 p.
m.; English sermon at 7:30 p.' m.
CARONDELET (South). Virginia and Haven:
the Hei erend A. H. Dugglns, Pastor Morning
sen ice. -t
CARONDELET, No. 7100 Virginia: the Rever
end Joel A. 'Barker. Paster Morning and
CENTENARY (South). Sixteenth and Pine: the
Reverend Doctor W. F? MUrry. Pastor 10-30
a. m. and 7:15 n m , Eenlcss.
TIRST (South) Glaseow and Dayton: the Rev
erend L E. Todd. Fastor Morning and even
ire. LAFAYETTD PARK (South). Lafayette and
Missouri, the Reverend Dretor J. E. Mc
Donald, raster Morning. "Testing tlw Doc
trine of Christ"; 8 p. m , Doctor Ednard
LINDKLL AVENUE. Llndell and Newstead;
the Reverend L Rochester. Pastor Morn
ing. "Holy Progress"; S p. m, "Pictured
MAPLE AVENUE. Belt and Maple: the Rever
end Doctor 1. W. Luc, Pastor 11 a. m..
"Christ tho Light of Life";-eienlng, "The
Sacredness of Marriage."
MARVIN MEMORIAL (South). Sidney and
Twelfth: tho Reiererd Josephus Stephan,
Pastor Morning. "Robbing God": 8 p. ra.,
MOUNT AUBURN (South). North Market and
Hodiamont. the Reverend J STIIley Pastor
Morning. "Christ Dealing With Doubt";
evening. Epworth League service.
MEMORIAL (German). Jefferson and Accomac;
the Reverend William Sehulz. Pastor Morn
ing and cvenlrg services.
CBNNE (So'Hh). Bartmer- and Goodfeliow;
the Reverend IL R. bingleton. Pastor Morn
ing. ST. JOHN'S (South)". King's Highway and
Washington: tho Reve'end Doctor J. W. Lee,
Pastor Morning. "The Gertie Art of Making
Happy"; evening. "St. Paul."
ST. LUKE'S. Fotomac and Texas: the Rever
end D. Everett Standard, Pastor Morning.
ST PAUL'b (South) No 1923 St. Louis: the
Reverend C. W. Webdell, Pastor Morning
and eienlng services.
TOWER GROVE. Nn. 1117 Kentucky: the Rei
erend B. Wakefield. Pastor Morning and
BADEN. No S103 Hall Ferry Road: the Rev
erend Doctor It. r. Smith. Pastor Morning.
"Jesus the Son of God. and the Savior of
Men": eienlng. "Christ's Talk With tho
Woman at the Well."
SHAW AVENUE (South). Shaw and Tower
Grove: tho Reverend W. O. Donnan. Pastor
Morning and eienlng services.
UNION. Lucas and Garrison;, the Reverend N.
Luccock. Fastor Morning. . Doctor Edward
Tnompson; eienlng. "Words of Life."
WAGONER PLACE (South), tne Reverend
Doctor J. II. Young. Fastor Morning and
FRY MEMORIAL Clifton Heights: tho Rever
end Martin L Curl. Fastor Morning sendee.
GOODE AVENUE. Goode and North Market:
the Reverend c.iarles MacCord, Pastor Morn
ing and eienlng senlces.
EOWMAN, Twentieth and Obear: the Reverend
l"rcd W. Simpson. Pastor Morning and ei en
TRINITY, Tenth and North Market: the Rev
erend Henry L. bteies. Pastor Morning,
and evening senlces.
OAK HILL the Reverend E. J. RlnkeL Pastor
Senlces at 11 a. m.
KIRKWOOD (South): the Reverend R. -L.
Russell, Pastor Morning and evening sen
lces. FERGUSON (South): the Reverend O. C, Fon
taine. Pastor Morning and evening services.
HARLEM PLACE. Jamieson and Fyler: the
Reverend II. C Leonard. .Pastor Morning,
me Tongue"; evening, "Weighed in the
TUXEDO, the Reverend .William G. Friti. pas
torMorning and evening services.
COOK AVENUE CHURCH. Cook and Spring;
the Reverend Doctor v, D. Bradfleld. Pastor.
Morning, "bplritual Growth Conditions":
evening, --Salvation; God Provides It,"
SHREWSBURY: the Reverend William Q.
Fritz. Pastor. ,
IMMANUEL (South), McCausland avenue: the
Reierend Arthur Mather. Pastor Morning
and evening renlce. t '
SLOAN MISSION, Seienth and Hickory; TV. M.
bloan, superintendent ot'bunday scnool I p.
m.. Sunday school: 8 p. m., services.
JENNINGS; the Reverend J. B. Brewlngton.
Pastor U a. ra . "Knowing Christ."
BELLEFONTAINE: the Reverend J. K. feddle
raaan. Pastor Morning senlce.
MOUNT ZION. Crete Coeur-Sll1 s. m. and i'
MAPLEWOOD: the Reverend G.W.' Shepherd.
' Presbyterian. t-
'COOKT-AVENUE. Ccolc and Sarah; the ! Rev
erend J. Twyman Boyer, Pastor Uomlsc'aad
Aventnr services. ' . k r
BRAN1C MEMORIAL 3ooth) Antnrtt' and I
-., Pastor Morn tag-. sad , erenins erTloes.iis.- 5.
jrase,., inv ukirwj. w.uit o.'x.- vasTSflje
C-tROMDELUT. No. CS15 Michigan: the Rever
end J. H. Gauss, Pastor Morning sermon;
COTE URU.LIANTE, Marcus and Lahadle;
the Reieiend C M. Raufcch. Paster Morning
and eienlng serilces.
CI'RBY MEMORIAL. Utah and Texas; the
Reverend Doctor Chalfant. Fastor Morning
"The Crown of a True church"- S n. rn .
"The Order of Weil Doing." ---
CENTRAL Garrison and Lucas; the Reverend
J. Lav ton. Pastor Morning.
COMPTON HILL CHAPEL St. Vincent Near
Compton Morning, the lteverend C. H. Mc-Casll-i:
3 p. in , Sunday school; 8 p. ni.,
GRACE, Clara and Ridge; the Reverend
Charles' L CliaUtmt, "Faster Morning and
GRAND AVENUE (South). Grand and Washington;-
the Reverend Dcctcr J. 1. Cannon,
l'astor Morning" and evening services.
FIRST. Washington and Sarah; the Raverend
Doctor W. J -MclClltrick. Pastor: the Rev
erend G. W. KlnK. As"iUnt Morning,
(rmrn; evening. -The ll'ack Helta of tne
World"; evening, "Tho Man Who Doubted
Ileeaaso ef His Education."
GRAND AVENUE. Grind and Forest Parte
Roulevaid; the Reverend J. W. Ashwood.
I'astor Morning and evening senlces.
UFAYETTE PARK. Albion and Missouri: the
Reverend K C. Palmer, Pastor Morning.
"God's Willingness to Give the Holy Spirit";
R p. 111 . "The Coming lteviv-il."
LEE AVENUE, Prairie and Lee; the Reverend
Henrv Gardner. I'astor Morning, the Rever
end Charles Miller; evening, evangeiistic'sen--iee.
LUC9 AVENUE (Cumberl-ind), Lucas and
Channlng; the Reverend Doctor B. P. FulPr
ton, I'astor Morning. "The Ohedlenco of
Love": evening. "Assured of Blessings."
MrCAKbl.lND AVENUE: the Reierend J, N.
Beall. I'astor .Morning &en.i.
MEMORIAL TAUEItNACLE. Fifteenth and
Carr; the Reverend Doctor II. Maglll. Pastor
Morning and evening services.
MM:KII.V VEitOltlXL. Menard and Julia:
the Reverend John T. Tarls. Pastor 11 a.
m. the Reverend Paul P. Farls. 7:13 p. m.,
"Resolving and Doing."
NORTH. Eleventh and Chambers: the Rev
erend Frank Foster. Pastor Morning, com
munion and reception of members; 8 p. m ,
"Seeking to bale."
NORTH CABANNE. Bartmer Avenue. In Coun
ty; the Reverend Howard Smith. Pastor
Morning and evening services as usual.
OAK HILL Bent and Humphrey: regular sen
lces. KING'S HIGHWAY (Cumberland). King's
Highway and Cabanne: the Reverend C. Polk
(.oodson. Pastor Morning, "Looking Unto
Jesus": evening, "Christ Our Justillcatlon."
SECOND. Tavlor and Westminster: the Rever
end Doctor S. J. Nlccolls. LL. D.. Pastor:
the Reverend R. Calvin Dobson. Assistant
Morniig and evening senlces.
TYLER PLACE. Russell and Spring: the Rev
erend D. R Leland. I'astor Morning and
WASHINGTON AND COMPTON AVENUE:
Doctor II. II. Gregg. I'astor "Tho Period of
Retirement From Israel": evening. "After
wards." WEST. Manvllle and Maple; morning and
evening, the Reverend Doctor Arthur J.
Smith. FIRST REFORMED. McMillan and Taylor:
the Reverend M. M. Pearce. Pastor Morning
and evening senlces
CLIFTON HEIGUTS-The Reverend Doctor J.
N. Beali. I'astor Evening service.
WAGONER PLACE (U. P.); the Reverend A.
M. Campbell. Pastor 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
FEIlGUbON; the Reverend M. V. P. Tea
man, Pastor Regular services.
ROCK HILL St. Louis County: the Reverend
A. s Hughey, Pastor berv Ices morning and
KlUKWOOD: the Reverend P. V. Jenncss,
I'astor Morning and evening services.
WEBSTER GROVES: the Reverend David M.
bkilllng, I'astor Morning and evening serv
ices FIRST GERMAN. Tenth and Rutger; the Rev
erend J. G. Kessler, Pastor 10-20 a. m , Ger
man preaching: 7:13 p. m.. Engllsn preaching.
BADEN 2:30 p. m. and S p. m , the Reverend
W. B Flojd.
WINNEBAGO CHURCH. Winnebago and Ten
nessee: the Reverend A. Illlkeman. Pastor
11 a. m . German service: 7:20 p. m.. English
POPE AVENUE. No. 1111 Penrose; the Rever-
'end A. II. Relnhardt. Fn3t-r 11 a. m .
The Lov e of th Holy Spirit": 8 p. m..
'The Happy Consciousness of Being Possessed
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. No. 20
North Grand Avenue; the Reiererd Claude R.
Shaier, Pastor Morning. "Dlscoierlng Men";
8 p. m , "Going Up by Giving Up."
RIDGB HILL MISSION, Rldse and Etenrreen:
3p.ni, Sunday school.
FIRST U. P , Newstead and Morgan: the Rev
erend S. E. DuBois. Fa-stor Morning. "Great
Declarations"; eienlng. "Man Wronging Him
self." GIBSON HEIGHTS (U. P.): Arco and Taylor:
the Reierend J. S. Dague, Pastor Mornlne
and eienlng senlces.
JENNINGS:,,U. Reverend WJiTRoFlojiJ. Pas-'
tor Mornirg- and evening sen ices.
ST. MARK'S. Cardinal and Bell- the Reverend
Doctor M. Rhodes. Pastor Morning. 'The
Relation of the bplritual to Temporal pros-'
perity"; evening. 'The Slnrer's Friend."
MOUNT CALVARY. No 1607 Euclid: the Rev
erend E. T. Coyner. Pastor Morning, com
municn; S p. m , installation of officers.
GRACE, St. Louis and Garrison; the Reverend
Martin bummers. I'astor 10 SO a. m.. senlce.
ST. PAUL'S. Chouteau and Taylor: George II.
Reen. I'astor Morning. "Christ Our Atone
ment"; 84 p. m , "Keeping the Body Under."
VANDEVENTER MISSION. No. 3911 Olive 1
p. in . Sunday school; 3 p. m , preaching by
the Reverend T. A. Winkler.
CHURCH OP OUR REDEEMER. Utah and
Oregon; L. Buchhelmer. Pastor 10 a. m. and
8 p. ra . services.
MAPLE AVENUE, Maple and Clarendon; the
Reierend J. C. Horning. Pastor Morning
"The Transformed Life"; evening. "Our
Christian Church Oonscctnrian.)
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Llndell Boulevard and
Vandei enter Aienue; the Reverend Abraham
E. Nelson, D. D.. I'astor Morning service.
Reorganised Church of Jesns Christ.
ROCK CHURCH. Glasgow- and Dickson 11 a.
in.. Willard J. Smith; S p. n lecture.
NO 5731 MANCHrSTER AVENUE Sunday
school at 10 a. rr.;.7:30 p. rn., preaching by
Elder N. N. Cooke.
HUMPHREY STREET AND MORGAN FORD
ROAD bunday school at 10 a. m.; 7.30 p. m.,
preaching by C. J. Remington.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (Scientist),
Grand and rinney ben Ices at 10:15 a, m.
SECOND CHURCH or CHRIST, Henncman
HalL. No. 37 Olive-Services at 10:15 a. m.
CHURCH Of THE MESSIAH: the Reverend
John W. Day, Pastor Morning, The Reli
ance of Christ."
CHURCH OF THE UNITY. Park and Arm
strong: the Reverend George R. Dodson. Fas
tor 11 a. ni , "The New spirit."
New Jerusalem (Stveilenborg-Ian).
CHURCH OF THE DIVINE HUMANITY. Del
mar and bprlng; the Reierend c. S. Eby. Pas
torMorning and eiening senlces.
FIRST GERMAN. Twelfth and Tyler; the Rev
erend Crarles A. Nussbaum. Pastor ly a. m.
THIRD SOCIETY (German. Corner St. Louis
and Rauschcnbach Aienues; the Reierend C
L Carrlere. Pas:or 11 a. m.. sen ice as usuaL
TEMPLE- ISRAEL Lefflngwell and Tine 10:15
a. m . Doctor Leon Harrison, "Marriage and
Parenthood, the Man. Woman and Ciild in
ETHICAL SOCIETY, Memorial Hall. Nine-
teentn ana ijocusi bireeis; w. L. Sheldon
Lecturerr'-Tne Possible Educational Va.ue of
the Coming '
Inir Wcrlds lair." addresses h mit-
CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL UNITY,
Temple. Odeon 2.30 p.
Crawford and others,
lutlon of Mind."
m . addresses by Mrs.
7.15 p. m , "The Evo-
FIRST SPIRITUAL ASSOCIATION No 3015
Pine; tho Reverend Unomas Grlmshaw. Pas
torLecture at 10:15 a. m , 'The Continuity
of a Cosmic Truth": 7:13 p. m. "The Head
and Heart of Reason and Emotion."
ST. LOUIS PROGRESSIVE UNION. Page an.I
Bayard 2:30 p m . address by Bernard
Gruenstetn, "The Vivisection of tho Yellow
Dragon" ; experience meeting; psychic tests
FIRST GERMAN SOCIETY, Ejnch and Mc
Nair aienue; the Reierend R. K. "Harry- 2-30
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TUB SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSON.
For January 17. 'The Baptism and
Temptation of Jesns." (Matthew
ill, 1U, to It, 11.)
INTRODUCTION For six months John
pursued his ministry at the Jordan, The
crow ds who came w cnt away to repeat his
message. So tne tidings were carried far
and wide, and the popularity of the
Preacher Increased. A most salutary In
fluence was exerted by him upon the pub
lic life. Sinners forsook the evil of their
way and began to conduct themselves in
accordance with tbe ethical teachings of
Moses. Righteousness became the watch
word of the hour, and John was the hope
of the pious. -With all this reform there
spread the tiding. "The kingdom of heaven
is at hand!" The Messiah, for whom
Israel had existed, for whose coming the
good had waited and prayed was near.
Expectation ran high among the masses,
who believed that their troubles would
end, and fear was awakened among the
rulers, who knew that their days were
numbered. Then came Jesus from Galilee,
to be 'baptized of John.
PURPOSEV-(Verses 13. 11 and ,13.) By
some mysterious influence not made known
John recognized his illustrious visitor and
hesitated through .humility to administer
the ordinance, claimlne; that lie sbould re-i
celvo what he was asked to give. But
Jesus urged and John consented. Why
this request? ,It was not by confession of
sin, for Jesus was sinless. (John vlli, 46.)
It has been ursred that the intention was;
to.jionor John and the rite and to estab-.
nsn relations between tne reiorraer anu
tho Messiah, or to put the sinless one In
tha sinner's place. Jesus elves a reason
It was to fulfill' all righteousness. All
priests in, tho Jewish Church wero In
ducted 'to office by baptism (Ex. xxlv. 9).
and. Inasmuch as Christ was a priest
(lleb. vi, 6), It was proper that helshould
submit to ,thls ceremonial, a formal
righteousness of gTeat Importance at the
beginning of his career. Had not this
been done there would have been a defect
In thA tlllo nf .Taenia -which wnuld have
been an obstacle to his mission among the?
TESTIMONY (Verses 16 and 17.) The
creat purpose of the baptism was at
tained. The nature and character of Je
sus were attested by striking phenomena
as he came up from the water. The Holy
Spirit in the form, of a dove, the emblem
of purity and gentleness, descended and
lighted upon him, visible to both Jesus
and John. At the same time a voice from
heaven declared, "This 'is my beloved
Son. In whom 1 am well pleased," the
form of the sentence Indicating Its
source. Tho descending Spirit was seen
but once In the lifetime of Jesus, be
cause it remained with him. But the
voice uttering the same thing, was heard
several times .afterwards. (Luke ix, 65.)
Hero were two Messianic predictions ful
filled the clft of the Spirit as an abid
ing presence (Isa. si, 2) and the acknowl
edged sonshlp. the deepest mystery of
the Old Testament (Psalms II, 7) and tho
sublimest truth of the New TestamenL
(I Tim. ill. 1C.) After such heavenly
testimony John was able to stand as
a herald to his generation and fulfill his
mission In declaring that the Christ had
actually come. ....
HUNGER (Verses 1. 2. S and 4.) Imme
diately after his baptism Jesus went forth
to meet Satan. It had been proved at the
outset of the raco that a mere man
might fall. Can the God-man resist temp
tation? The test was to be made In three
ways. (Heb. iv, 13.)' The first was on the
plane of the body where. Eve broke down.
(Gen. lii. 2.) After a Xerty days' fast
Jesus was urced to supply Ms hunger
by a miracle, a cunning suggestion to
use divine power. Why not follow this
hint? If for no other reason because
Satan offered It. Every life mU9t be con
formed to the will of God, and any de
parture from that will brings disaster.
Besides, the physical life of Chrl3t was
appointed to be distinctly human, the
same as that of other men. (Phil. II. 7.)
Had his body been supcrnaturally sup
ported he would not have known infirm
ities. (I John I, 1.) Moreover, the interests
of the soul are paramount, and the mor
tification of tho body Is sometimes nec-
L essary. With one verse oi scripture quoi-
t i fwnm VTnwa f flAllf vlll. 5 th MiemV
was silenced. ....
POPULARITY (Vers3s 5. 6 and 7.) The
next attack was on a more elevated
plane. Understanding the mission of
Christ. Satan proposed a short way to
popular favor. By one leap from the
tower 'of the temple, borne unhurt by
angels, a marvelous result would fol
low. Descending to the earth the popu
lace would hasten to do him homage as
a divine being. But this was rejected.
A definite plan had been laid down for
the life of Jesus from which he must
not depart. There were to be years of
teaching and service, sometimes with op
position. (Luke xiii. 31). sometimes with
popularity. That earthly career must end
in tragedy, for so the prophets foretold,
(Isa. lili. 51. and so was atonement to
be made. The Son of God must not yield
this foreordained ministry and sacrifice,
whose far-reaching results were to be
seen In all after centuries, even though
some other method might quickly con
vince the world of his divinity. Jesus
told Satan this, quoting another Scrip
ture, and administering a severe rebuke
for having taken one text alone to sup
port his specious proposition.
POWER (Verses 8' and 9.) Satan ac
complished nothing In the last encounter,
although ho came with Scripture on his
lips. One more, a final attempt, he deter
mines to make. By some subtle Influence
he causes our Lord's mind to behold as
from some lofty mountain- all the king
doms of the earth. What comprehensive
and inspiring view, sweeping In all points
of the compass, over the rightful posses
slons.of the Lord Jesus (Psalm I, 10), now
alienated from him through sin. To re
cover .what was lost was the real purpose
ef his advent. (Matt, zviil, ID Standing
by his side. Satan proposes to deliver the
klngd ims of the world to Jesus. Then and
there he will settle forever tho su
premacy over the Inhabitants of earth,
ending the struggle and giving title to the
pronertv. One condition was imposed.
There was to be-a purchase. The price to
do paid was tnat Jesus was to worsnip
Satan, a knowledge him as chief, there
by becoming vicegerent. The age-long
struggle might, thus have been terminated.
DISMISSAL-Vetsc 10.) The real issue
ms bluntlv stated in the last solicitation.
.In tho first and second, as well a? In the
tnlrd Satan had sought supremacy. Now
that hut motive is uncovered Jesus deal
with him'. In. a. summary-manner. "Get
the henM." was t)iA femmand-ThsvstV
presence of J-tr;-? foul spirit wad; offensive
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He exercised authorlty-over-one who'vTO
posed to clothe him with authority.,-Jesaa
will some day possess all power, and lie
will rule the world as Its rightful king,
but this result will not be attaincd'by com
promise or subordination. Before the fiend
departed another Scripturd,text was hurled
at him (Deut. M. 13). ercclarlncr that all
worship should be paid, to God. This
struck the vital, spot, for Satan was ia
traitor, seeking for himself. honor and do
minion. No wonder on hearing that he de
parted. There was nothing' to be hoped
from ono who denied his right to ba
served. (James iv, 7.)
MINISTRY (Verse IL) As Satan re
tired heavenly visitors appeared on tha
scene. Previously they had been present,
on Important occasions (Luke II, 9) and
subsequently they came when his interests
were involved. (Ch. xxvlii, 2.) But now
they came to minister unto him, a service)
which they offered to rlghteus men (Heb
i. 14) under all dispensations. (Gen. six.
L) Wei. are not. told precisely what as
sistance, they rendered to Jesus -in tHe
wilderness. It may be that they supplpled
him with.food. It roaya be that, they gaVe
that approval and sympathy which com
forted and' strengthened him. It may bo
that they brought messages from the
heaveanly world,, glad tidings. the rejoic
ing of .-ire spirits over-the signal victory
achievnl. The plain Scripture reference
is beautiful In. its brevity and announces
the fact of supreme concern. Despite ev
ery effort to read out .of the passage cer
tain words and change the meaning, a
practice Indulged by some. It must stand
as proof of Infinite relation between Jesus
and the beings of light.
REFLECTIONS Every man must be
measured by his relation to Christ. Sec)
here what exalted place Is allotted to
John who made known the Messiah, In
like manner but in less conspicuous way
every man may Introduce him to the)
world. All may do something that tha
ministry! of Jesus may be successful In
the earth, and Jesus accepts the service
of all. 2. We learn here how Satan at
tacked Jesus, in those vulnerablo places
of which every man Is conscious. Hunger,
power, popularity, touch the three weaker
est spots In humanity. 3. We see how Sa
tan may be overcome, by the word of
God. This cannot bo resisted. It la the
one sure weapon because It is the truth,
and he is the father of lies. 4. We see
the reward of those who overcome, to
whom angels minister. There Is no larger
blessing possible than that obtained or
the mastery of temptation. 5. Here Is tha
usual order, first baptism for service,
then trial and victory.
URUGUAYAN TROOPS SAID
TO HAVE MUTINIED.
Titer Captured, on tbe Brasilia
Frontier, Eight Wagons Loaded
With Arms stud AmmnnltloH.
Buenos Ayres, Jan. 8. Advices from
Montevideo say that the Uruguayan
troops In the Department of Artlgas have
mutinied and are marching on Melo, and
that . the Nationalists' Department of
Treintay- Tres have declared In jfavor of
A detachment of Uruguayan troops dur
ing the night of January 4 surprised and
routed a revolutionary force under Munos ,
In the Department of Maldonado.
The Uruguayan troops have captured on
the Brazilian frontier eight wagons loaded
with arms and ammunition. ,
PLAN BAZAAR AND CONCERT.
Articles Left Over From St
Ann's Fair tp Be Disposed Of.
At a meeting to be held In parlor No..2S
of the Llndell Hotel to-morrow afternoon"1!
the Committee on Arrangements and tbe ',
Ladles' Committee of,the St. Ann's Found- ,
ling Asylum bazaar will complete plans
for holding a bazaar next Friday evening
in order to dispose of the automobile,
building lot and other articles left over
from the bazaar recently held.
The bazaar will be held In the West End
Hall. Finney and Vandeventer avenues.
Before the drawings a concert will be''
given. Tho music programme will be tm
dcr the direction of Professor Louis J.
Dubuque. Mrs. George D. Barnctt, Miss
Ella Readey, Theodore J. Westhus, J. B.
Faust. R. A. Bacon and George F. Munsa
will participate. Those holding tickets on
any of the prizes will be admitted free.
Representing the work, of the world's
most celebrated sculptors at very low,
prices at 20 per cent discount.
MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
i'.i-jadway and Locust. v
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Former Pupil to Be Head of
Frederick W. Potthoff, a graduate ,0 'isl
t ho Shprmrrl Rrhnnl nil Miami jttreetL manv ??M
years ago, will return to that Institution'"
on February 1 as its principal. - f-, f5J
since leaving iiie oucinmu dciiwi, ju VI
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Edmund Brown, principal of the SheDard .'.;!
School. goe3 to the Charless School lnitlw--ea
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