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CHURCH AND UELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES
OPEXIXG MKETISG OF LAVMEX'S MISSION
&MY MOVEMENT CONVENTION TO-XIGHT.
To-night, in the Masonic Temple, Brook
lyn, -will take place the first of the series of
Jour r>sp meeting* of the Laymen's Mission
ary Movement Convention. About eight
hundred men of Brooklyn will attend, and
figures will be given out showing: amounts
heretofore contributed by Protestant
churches of Brooklyn to foreign missions.
The speakers after dinner -will be. 5 . B.
Capen. of Boston: Alfred E. Marlins, of
IMS city, and J. Campbell White, ■who will
put the question whether America will as-
Bum* her share of world evangelization
work.
Many Brooklyn churches will to-morrow
hey« speakers representing 1 world ml.
• ■.<•. and most of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association Sunday afternoon meet
ings will have the same. Next Monday
r.lght. in dM Clinton Avenue Congrega
tional Chur li, the Nostrand Avenue Meth
odist Church and in other churches there
wiJl be denominational rallies. Next Tues
- day night, in the Central Congregational
Church, there will be a mass meeting:,
•when the figures presented to-night will
be taken up again and Brooklyn will be
asked what it purposes to do during the
pom;:'i^ year, if any more than it has
Y**-r, doing. It is expected that* the de
ronisnationaJ meetings will have consid
ered the subject, so that the Tuesday night
meeting will be in the nature of a final
round-up, with reports and totals.
The Siat»n Island rally is to be held on
Wednesday night in the Christ Church
parish house at New Brighton and the
Pronx rally at the Bronx Church house
or, Thursday nig 1:'1 :'
The figures showing New York's con
tributions to foreign missions during the,
><rar •will be presented at the Hot«l Astor
end considered at the Hippodrome meet-
1 -if in the light of decisions for the future.
rTilHlllllliSlwTSl rallies are to be held in
Manhattan. Most of these will take place
one week from to-night, and in some in
stances the men of each religious body will
dine together.
CHURCH TO BE SOLD.
Fourteenth Street Presbyte
rians May Merge.
Th* Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church.
. the Rev. G. E Merriam. pastor, a familiar
landmark at the comer of Second avenue
for many years, is to be sold, and congrega
tion and property will be consolidated with
the Thirteenth Street Presbyterian Church.
west of Sixth avenue. ' ; '■ Rev. James H.
Hoa-dley, pastor. The congregation of the
first name*! voted last Wednesday night to
consolidate. The next step is the presenta
tion of the matter to the Presbytery; which
meets Best Monday. There is said to be no
opposition in sight It ,!s considered certain
that the Presbytery nil! grant the neces-
Fary permission. If consolidation is broupht.
*>bout Mr. Merriani will become associate
pastor of the Thirteenth Street Church.
The property at Fourteenth street and
j Second evenue. Is held to be worth $180,000.
?*? * No purchaser? for it are in sight, and no
effort -will be made to sell it until the right
price can beb c secured. The Thirteenth
Street Church i!» 'well equipped, and the
tinount. when secured. will be used for
- endowment. The congregation of the Four
tr-enth Street Church has dvrlndled through
■ changes hi population until consolidation is
held to be ihe wise course. There is, how
ever, excellent work bi ing done there
among Italians. Chinese and some others,
.and it will not be abandoned.
The Fourteenth Street Church was the
product of consolidation. It dates from
t*llsl. when "the Brainerd Street and Sixth
V>:srert churches were put together. Ten
: ' tiTid five years ago two other churches were
put Into it.
GENERAL ITEMS OF THE WEEK.
Evangelistic services are m progress at
th« ?*nj-o tan Temple. ' During the last
week Dr. Hill lias preached every evening.
He will preach every swing except Sat
urday during the present month. Already
a large number nave been converted and
" accepted into church membership. T6
i morrow the pulpit will be occupied by the
B Rev. Dr. Robert Moore, pastor of the Foun
i dry Methodist Episcopal Church, Washing
ton. Dr. Hill exchanges pulpits with Dr.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
PP.. WILBERT W. WHITE'S
MONDAY KORHIXG BIBLE CLASS.
BCXixmisz Jan-jary 10th. the first
of a sirlea of five lectures on
JEREMIAH'S MESSAGE TO OUR TIMES
Fcr.c»el by five lectures on
•-;• MESSAGE to OUR TIMER OF THE
EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS.'
MARBLE GOLLE6IATE CHURCH
:h AYE. AND 9TH STREET.
EVERY MONDAY, 11:30 TO 12:30.
ALL AIK E WELCOME.
THI. MIDDLE f()1.1.V.i,l E < HI H.
.1 Aye. and «th St.
Rer. JOHN G. FAGG. P. D., Minister.
Rev. ANDREW' MAGILL •rill preach at 11 a m.
Rev. JOHN G. FAGG. IV D.. at 8 p. m.
THE MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
oth Ay«. and 28th RI
P.«v. DAVID JAS. BUURELL. D. D.. Minister,
v ill preacli at II a. m. and S p. m.
Morning: ••> r-> ai , B;ll of Health."
Evening "A Taiic by the Wayside."
THE COLLLuIATE CHURCH OF ST. NICH
OLAS.-
<<-« sth Aye. and *-■ &t.
£- T-*r. EDWARD B. COE. D. D.. v-iU preach at
■j 11 &. m. and 8 p. m.
-■ ca'T*ment ''. •*>*■ Lord's Supper vi\] be admin
istered at the morning Wll|C
THK WEST KNU COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
West End Ay« and 77th St.
I>v. HENRY EVEKTSOXCOBB, DP.. Minister.
Hey. THOMAS M'BRIDE NICHOLS will
prea/th at 11 a- m. At 4:30 p. m.. Muei<«! Ber-
"The Holy City"; Mrs. David, harpist.
Mr. Nichole will preach.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
Broadway and 7Plh Str»*et.
PASTOR, i, M. KALDEKAfj.
11 A. >L— REV. CHARLES If. 6KARS,"gEci
RF.IUJV BAPTIST CITY 3nSSIO.V. WIU,
PREACH. AN OF*"EItIN(rj IOK THE
MISSION WILL BE TAKEN.
»* P. M— PASTOR I. M. HALDEMAN WILL
h~ PREACH ON THE FOLLOWING M <•-
! GE6TIVE THEME:
I : 1- HIM. A FICTION OK A FACT?
■ WILL THE I'NSAVKD SUFFER IN 1 IKK
X I'ORKVKR; OR. WILL THEIR BODIF.S
I HE DESTROYED AND THBMSEJ.VES BE
COME ETERNAL GHOSTfe?"
FIFTH 4VEKUE PRESByT£R!«N CHURCH
FIFTH AVEXL'B AND FIFTT-FIKTH ST.
Etrvicts at 11 a. in, and 4 p. m.
REV. WILLIAM J. DAWSON, D. D.
wilJ preach both morning and afttrnooa.
£-iriZz.y School ratfcts at 0:30 a. m.
REV. WILBERT W. WHITE, D. D.,
Pre*^<:*Et OS tfc« BiU« Teachers' Training School,
*» 10 s. •.. aadresseg the Men's BfMe Class on
"Ftvt of the Greatest Chapttrß of »he New
vestatnent." We^Jneiwlay evening e*rvle«> com
ftfcC'vs at grls, and w«t be l*sd hy Rev. J.
£LFI F.EY JOHNSTON. Ph. D.. at London.
■' c • *re cordially invite<J.
WHi „ v C*" x £ r H OF THE MESSIAH
ETA&UX). Park Aye. and 34th St.
MimsTtrs < 2t2 tv * BOBKRT COLLTER, Lit. D.
10 - Z, *^* v - JOHN HAYKE6 HOLMES.
i> c. Ri . J-untoy School, Bible Class end
; it '■ «, ■ Ootel **•»»•«" Claw.
Rev ,r,nv mvv, MORXING SERVICE
I*M P M ft«SP D - ? CU FATHER?"
ny MX. GEORGE MASEXT Btirout-h Presi-
PROBLEMS. ' MT.MCJPAL
AT TEMPLE BETH-EL. 6th eve send 76th
*(■■ — Suncay. 11 a. m., t»r. BCHUI V a m ™
rDfey, 11 a. m., t» r . tCHL'LMAV on
Deaiocracy Of the Eyaa.o/I. - Xj? a™
Moore, «nd will speak at the National
Theatre to-morrow afternoon under tha
auspices of the "Washington Young Men's
Christian Association.
At the West Presbyterian Church the
Rev. Dr. A. IT. Evans, the pastor, will
preach to-morrow at 11 a. m. on "The Re
vival of Spiritual Religion" and at 8 p. m.
on 'Tutting th<» Main Thing First."
"A Clean Bill of Health ' Is the subject
on which Dr. Burrell will preach in the
Marble Collegiate Church to-morrow morn
ing. In the evening his subject will be "A
Talk by the Wayside."
At the Broadway Tabernacle the R«»v.
Dr. Charles E. Jefferson, the pastor, will
preach to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock,
and in the evening, at 8 o'clock, his sub
ject will be "Disposition?." the second in a
scries of sermons on "Character."
New Thought Church services will beheld
in the Belaseo Theatre to-morrow at 11
8. m. Julia Seton Sears M. D.. will speak
from flic subject, "The Truth About
Trouble."
At the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas
services will be held at 11 a. m. and at $
p. m. to-morrow. The I^ord's Supper will
be dispensed at the morning service after
the sermon. The preacher will be the Rev.
Dr. Edward B. Co*.
At the Church of the Messiah (Unitarian;
to-morrow the Rev. John Hayne? Holmes
will preach at 11 o'clock the first of his
series of fpecial sermons on "The Unitarian
Faith." Subject. "The Fatnerhood of God:
How Do We Kuow That God Is Our
Father:"' George McAneny, Borough Pres
ident of Manhattan, will address the Good
Citizenship Forum at 12:30 o'clock, imme
diately jU the dose of the morning service.
Governor Hughes -will attend a memorial
service in honor of his father, the Rev.
Dr. David C Hughes, to-morrow evening
at S o'el"<*k at Calvary Baptist Church, of
which church Dr. Hughes was a member.
The Rev. Robert Stuart UacAltbur, pastnr
of Calvary Church, will preside and make
a brief address on "Dr. Hughes as Parish
ioner and FrieMd." .\ddresses will be made
by the Rev. Dr. J. E. Elder, Dr. Thomas
O. Conant, of "Tho New York Examiner. "
and the Rev. Dr. G. W. McPherson. Dr.
J. B. Calvart will nl?o take part.
The Rev. Charles H. Sear», secretary of
the Baptist City Mission, will preach at the
First Baptist Church to-morrow morning.
In the evening the Rev. I. M. Halderaan
will speak on "Is Hell a Fiction or a
Fact?'
At Temple Kman-i-El to-morrow Dr. Sii
verraan will preach on "Judaism and Chris
tian Science." Dr. Magnes will bo the
speaker this morning, taking: as his subject
"Revelation."
At the Mount Morris Baptist Church be
ginning to-morrow at 10 a. m. modern re
ligious topics will b^ presented hy their
best representatives. For twelve Sundays
free lectures to men snd women, regardless
of creed, will be given. These lectures are
free to ell interested in modern thought,
dealing with problems of religion as exist
ing in this ( lty. Tho object of the course
U to broaden the horizon of thinking people.
Ftimulate a more cordial spirit, and promote
Uu brotherhood of man. Over live hun
dred have already registered for the course.
.\t the Harlem Presbyterian Church to
morrow morning the Rev. Dr. John R,
IfiacKay will preach in a general exchange
of tho Presbyterian ministers of Harlem
and. Washington Heights, [a the evening 1
the pastor will begin a series of talks to
n.c-n. — —
Tlv new Hunts Point Presbyterian
Chapel at Coster street and Spofford ave
nue will be opened to-morrow afternoon at
C o'clock. James Yereance will preside.
The speakers will be tho Rev. Dr. George
Alexander, ' • Rev. 1 >.\ l>avi<! Wylle and
Borougli President MilW of The Bronx.
The Rev. Alfred Nicholson \? the minister
In cha rs
At tii'- Church of the Holy Communion
RELIGIOUS NOTiCES.
St. Beorge's gfturcb
Stuyvesant Square and loth St.
Rev. HUGH BIRCKHEAD, Rector
11 a. m.— Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Pn icber — The Rector.
8 p. a . Evening Prayer and Sr-rir.on.
Preacher— Rev. WM. J. SCARLETT.
ar ALL > SEATS 4 FREE.
ST.BA^IHaL3^E^SGHUHO£4
Madison ;i'<".. corner 44t!l St.
Thio Rev. LEIGHION PARKS, D. D.. Hector.
-S-J«) a. m. Holy Communion.
11 a. m. — Morning Prayer and BertnOn.
» ,■. m.— Evening Prayer and Address.
Mendelssohn's "Cnristus."
5 p. m. — Organ Recital.
Th« Rector will preach morning and afternoon.
Calvary M. E. Church,
139 th Street and Seventh Avenue.
Fv*-\ CHARLES L. GOODELL D. D., Pastor.
10:45 a. m. — Rev. Homer C. Stuntz. D. D.
7 4.'. p. m. — R*v. T. Sa!t«»r. of Londonderry.
Ireland, and nightly next week, except Satur
day.
Special Evangelistic Services every night l«X
< »P» Saturday) during the month of January.
BRICK CHURCH,
Fifth Avenue and Thirty-seventh Street.
Minis- S I.--. WILLIAM P.. RICHARDS. V. D.
ter»: 1 Rev. ROBERT DAVIS.
Services at 1 1 a in. and »p. m.
Mr. Davis nt EVENING SERVICE at «
I?ih!» School and Classes y:43 a. in. MiCN'S
CLASS led by Mr. Davis.
W<"(ln»sday g.»rvicc. 6 p. m.: l-'ridn--. 5 p.m.
CENTRAL. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
West 57th St.. bet. Broadway ond 7tli Aye.
Rev. ii.ton MERLE-SMITH, D. D., Pastor.
Rev. <i. H. SMYTH. Jr.. Assistant.
Dr. Merle-Smith preaches at 1 1 a. m. and Bp. m.
Kv<-nins subject: "A YOUNG MAN'S RIG
GEST PROBLEM. " Christian Endeavor meet
ing Sunday morning at 9:45: Sunday School. 3
p. m.; Devotional mo-ting 'Wednesday evening
at E. ALL WigLCOMK.
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
MADISON AYE).. COR. 31 ST ST.
CHARLES A. EATON, D. D.. PHMor.
11 a. m.— Th- Art of Betas Happy— It Is
Acquired and Lost."
S p. m._ " Heaven ami Hell -Where and What
Are They?"
STRANGERS CORDIALLY INVITKI).
North Presbyterian Church,
155 th ft., bet. Broadway and Amsterdam Ay*.
Itev. John R. Mackay, Pb. D., Pastor.
11 a. m.— Preaching hy the Rev. P. J. M' mil-
LAN. D. D.
8 p. in.— Dr. MACKAY, "Life's New De
mands."
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION.
Fifth Avenue and T«»nth Street.
REV. PERCY STICKNEY GRANT, RECTOR.
11 a. m.. Morning Eervlce and Sermon (Rector).
4p. m.. Parker's "Holy Child." ■-';.,
Rev. WALTER E. CLIFTON SMITH, preacher.
« p. m , Mr. ALEXANDER IRVINE, speaker.
1» p. m., After-meeting, Mr. CHARLES J.
PICKETT.
Madison Sq. Presbyterian Church,
Mariiton aye. and 24th at.
Rev. C. H. PARKHURFT. D. D . PASTOR.
Bfv. GEORGE R. MONTGOMERY, Ph. D..
ASSISTANT MINISTER.
Tlm Factor will preach,
II a. in. anil 8 p. m.
Fjfth Avenue Baptist Church,
fe Wt-et Foriy-eixth Street.
The REV. CHARLES I. AKEI). D. T)
will preach to-morrow morning anil evening.
Services at 11 and 8 o'clock.
BIRLE CLASSES FOR YOUNG MKN AXD
VOI.'XG WOMEN AT 9:30 A. M.
St. Andrew's Church,
76th 61 , watt Of Columbus Ay.
George Clarke Pock, D. D., Minister.
11 a. m. — Sermon by the Minister.
b p. m. — laformkl Musical Service and Brief
Address.
ADAMS CHAPEL UNION THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY. 700 Park Avenue.
Bonday afternoon Bervjcea at 4:30 o'clock.
7"h« fli^t or th* series of sermons on "QUES
TIONS ABOUT RELIGION." Preacher, the
Be\'. ProfeSßor GEORGE WILLIAM KNOX
D. D.. LL D. Subject: "WHAT IS RELIGION.^
Ail ar« «*lc«n».
XEW-VORK DAILY TRTBUXE. SATTRDAV. JAM ARY 8. 1910.
the Re*\ William Powell Hill, assistant rec
tor, will preach at all service*. The Rev.
Dr. G. T. Dowling, of Brooklyn, will be the
special preacher Wednesday evening.
At th« Edgt-hill Church to-morrow the
Rev. David Baines-Griffiths will preach on
"Christianity and the Social Spirit" In the
morning. In the evening Mrs. FJdwin D.
Mead will speak on "Thn Kingdom of God
and the New Internationalism." On Janu
ary 16 there will be b»gun a series cf Sun
day noon conferences on applied Christian
ity.
At Calvary MctJiodist Episcopal Church
Dr. Homer C Stuntz will preach to-morrow
morning and tho Rev. T. Salter, of Lon
dondprry. Ire-land, at the evening service.
He will also preach every night r.ext week
except Saturday at the special evangelistic
services now being held, which will be con
tinued during January. A large chorus
furnishes music.
At the Fourth Presbyterian Church the
pastor. Dr. Edgar Whitaker Work, will
preach to-morrow at both services. His
evening tonic will be "Jesus of Nazareth
Passing By." Singing of Gospel hymns
will be a special feature of interest. Next
Wednesday evening the Rev. Dubola Mor
ris, missionary to China, will give an ad
dress, illustrated by stereopticon.
"Amusing the Angels" will be the subject
of Dr. George P. Bokman's short talk in
connect ion with the impromptu service to
morrow evening at St. Paul's Methodist
Episcopal Church.
At the Church of tV> Ascension the Rev.
Percy Stickney Grant, rector, will preach
at the morning eervice. at 11 o'clock. Tho
music, which is under th« direction of Mr.
Richard Henry Warren, at this service in
cludes the anthem "The Three Kings," Cor
nelius, and the T> Deuin and Ben<*dieru«- in
F, by "Warren. At the special musical ser
vice at 4 o'clock Horatio Parker's cantata.
"The Holy Child." will be sung by the full
choir, and Miss Rice and Mr. John Young,
soloists.
The R«v. Pr. Wiillam Carter, pastor of
the Madison Avenue Reformed Church, will
preach both morning and evening to-mor
row. In the morning his subject will be
"Linen y Undrr Law." In the evening at
8 o'clock the peoples popular service will
be held ap usual.
At 4 p. m.. at the Church of the Incar
nation, tlie Niobrara League holds Its an
niversary, with a service in memory of
Bishop Hare, the evangelist to the Indians
of the Dakota*:. Addresses will be delivered
by Bishop Greer, Bishop Johnson and
others.
"Is There a Future for the Churches in
Harlem?" will be the subject of the Rev.
Allan Macßossle'fi sermon to-morrow morn
ing at the St. James Methodist Episcopal
Church.
Miss Grace W. Kemp, of Albany, has
entered on her duties in connection with
thr Notional Bible Institute's new Gospel
Hall. No. ill Manhattan street. Harlem.
Miss Kemp comes to this important work
unusually well qualified, having had many
years of experience in Christian service in
Albany. The meetings at the Gospel Hall
to-morrow will be addressed at 3:30 p. m.
by A. J. Graham and at 7:45 p. m. by
P. J. Guernsey.
At Calvary Episcopal Church the musi
cal numbers at 11 o'clock will include
LuUdns'o "Te Deum" 1p C and "Fierce
Was the Wild Billow. " by Tertius Noble.
At choral evensong the vested choir will
fing- the Stainer 'Nun-: Dlmittis " in B
flat and the "Cherubim Song," by Bortny
ansky. Organ recital by John Cushing at
7:45 p m.
The Rev. Thomas R. Slicer will preach
to-morrow morning 8t All .Souls' Church
on "The Worship of the Will of God." ;
At Temple Beth-El this morning at
10:IJ0 o'clock divine service. Dr. Samuel
P<"hulman will preach. To-morrow morn
ing at 11 o'clock ho will speak on "The
Democracy of the Synagogue. "
There will be services at the West End
Presbyterian Church both morning and
evening to-morrow. The pastor, the Rev.
Dr. A. Kdv.in Keigwin, will preach at 11
a. m. on "It Is Easy To Be Mistaken." At
S p. tn. his subject will be "Robbing Peter
to Pay Paul."
At the Collegiate Church, in West End
avenue, to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
MADISON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH.
Corner '".mb Street,
Rev. WALLA< E MACMXTLLEN. V. !>.. Pastor.
11 a in. — Preaching by the I'astor.
8 p. m. —Informal Seirlce. Familiar hjrmws
by choir and congregation. Brief address by
the Pastor.
THE CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PATERNITY.
Central Park West and 76th Street.
Rev. FRANK OLIVER HALL, D. D.. Pastor,
will preach at 11 a. m. Subject:
"EVERT MAN A KINO."
Vesper service, 4:.'JO p. m. Largely Musical.
Brief Address, "THE FORTUNE HUNTEK."
••Does Goodness Pay?" by Dr. HALL.
Broadway Tabernacle,
Broadway and 56th st.
Rev. CHAS. B. JEFFERSON, D. D., Pastor.
Public Worship at 11 a., m. and S p. m
Dr. Jefferson will preach at Loth services.
Wednesday, 8 p. m.. Prayer Me*tinicr.
Society for Ethical Culture,
CARNEGIE HALL. f.7th st.. 7th aw.. 11 a. m.
-DR. FELIX ADLKR—
lectures on "THE DECLINE OF THE PI.XPIT
AND THE NEED FOR A NEW TYPE
OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS."
Fourth Presbyterian Church,
A\>st EM aye. and 91?t st.
EDGAR WHITAKER WORK. D P.. Pastor.
P. KLWOOn BRICKBOX, Assistant.
Dr. "WORK Trill preach at both services.
Kve'j? topi.-, "Jesus of Nazareth Passing By."
AT WORTH MONUMENT. 25th et.. Broadway.
Chaplain. FREDERICK ROTZLER. Object.
Building: for Homeless. Sunday 4 and 8,
■Wednesday, S. Subject "Can Money Buy
Heaven? Foxes Have Holes, Birds Have Nests,
But Man Has Nowhere to lAy His Hea<l." See
rr*at work.
St. Paul's Methodist Church,
W^st End avenue and 86th street. .
Rev. GEORGE P. ECKMAN. D. D. Pastor.
11 a. ni. — "A PLAIX POLICY."
8 p. m.— IMPROMPTU PRAISE SERVICE.
CHURCH OF ZION A^:D XT TIMOTHT.
354 West 57th sfr«»i»t.
Hector. BBV. HENRY LUBKCK, D. C. L.
Hoiy Communicin 8 a. m.
Morning Prayer: preacher, ihe Re.-'ar. II a. m.
Evensong: Preacher, Rev. Dr. Rushton 8 p.m.
U.VIVFP.SITV PLACE PRESBYTERIAN
Church, corner of 10th St. (one block w*st
from JJroadway). GEORGE ALEXANDER,
D. D., Pastor. — Public Worship to-morrow at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The Pastor will preach.
Wednesday evening service at 8 o'clock.
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION', Madi
son aye. and 35th at. Rev. TV. M. GROf?-
VENOR, T>. D., Rector. — 818 1 a- m.. Holy Com
munion; 11 a. m., Morning Service and Ser
mon <Rector); 4 p. 18.. Xlohrara League. Ser
vice in memory of Bishop Hare.
OLD FIRST CHURCH,
Fifth ay« , Jlth to 12th «t.
HOWARD DirFFIELD. D. D-. Pastor.
Senife^. 11 a. m.. 8 p. m.
Itsdison Avenue Reformed (Church,
r>7th fit. aud Madison Aye.
DR. CARTER PREACHES U A. M. & 8 P. M.
PROPT.F7S POPtXAR PERVICK AT NIGHT.
2& Metropolitan Temple, "f
JOHN WBSLBT HILIv.
11 and B— Dr ROBERT E MOORE
8 45 — Popular service. Rev. Stephen_Merrltt.
AT LENOX AVENUE UNITARIAN CHURCH.
Comer 121 st Str«et. Service* at Eleven.
"PRACTICAL IDEALISM."
Rev. MERLE ST. CROrX WRIGHT. V. V..
. MinUter. ■ "
RUTGERS PnESBYTKRIAN CHURCH.
Broad and 78d Street.
Preaching 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. by the
Rev. EDWARD G. READ. V. D.,
lute of n»formft.l Church. SornervUle. N. J
CrTTRCH OP* THE TRANSFIGURATION. 1
E. 29th.— -Communions. 7. 8, 0. Martin's Mas*
and Sermon by Dean Robblns, 10:30 a. ra.
CHORAL, EVENSONG, 4 o'clock. SERMON by
Rev. Dr. Lewi*. 8 p. m ■
RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.— Meet-
Ings for worship. 11 a. m.. at 221 Baet 15th at .
Manhattan, and 310 Scherrperhorn «t., Brooklyn.
O. EPWARI) JANNEY erpect* to altend th«
New York. m«eua«. • "
the Rev. Thomas Mcßride Nichols #01
preach. At the afternoon service, begin
ning at 4:30 o'clock the choir, assisted by
Annie Louise David, harpist, will render
selections from th« cantata "The Holy
City." by A K. Gaul.
"If I live five years, and I hope to live
that long, I will sco China a Christian na
tion. Japan under the control of the Cross
of Christ, Corea a most religious country
and America in the midst or a great re
vival." So says the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur
Chapman, the evangelist, •who has just re
turned from a tour of Australia and the
Orient, and who this week began a re
ligious campaign in Maine which Is al
ready sweeping; the entire . ate. Dr.
Chapman believes that the time is ripe for
a world-wide revival, and because of his
experience in preaching th? Gospel in
Honolulu, the Fiji Islands, the New Heb
rides and the large cities of Australia,
China. Japan and Corea he declares that it
is Just as easy to have a world-wide re
vival as it is to have a revival In Boston,
New York or Pittsburg.
At the Scotch Presbyterian Chtirch the
pastor, the Rev. Dr. David G. Wylie, will
conduct the services at 11 a. m. and 8
p. st to-morrow. The subject for discus
sion in th«» morning will be "The Ad
vance of Foreign Missions." and the pastor
will have with him in the pulpit the Rev.
Dr. Daniel X". Frteland, the Rev. Dr. "Wil
son Phraner and the Rev. William P. Por
ter from Brazil. In the evening, at 8
o'clock. Dr. Wylla will take for his subject
"Eyes Turned Toward the Mountain.-."
At the 2"ci street Young Men's Chris
tian Association "The Business Men of
America Awaking to the Importance of
Foreign Missions" will be to-morrow's
topic, a presentation of the laymen's mis
sionary movement, by James M. Montgom
ery, financier, and Cornelius H. Patton.
of the American Board of Foreign Mis
sion.. *
The sublet of the lesion-sermon in
the Christian Science churches to-morrow
win be "Sacrament."
To-morrow morning at 11:16 at the Free
Synagogue Dr. Stephen S. Wise will preach
on "The Disintegration of Israel."
The Rev. James A. O'Connor, of the Re
fcrmed Catholic Church, will take for his
subject at the evangelical services in
Christ's Mission to-morrow "Why Prot
estants Bhould Not Become Roman Cath
olics."
At All Souls' Church. Anthon Memorial.
the Rev. Dr. Samuel D. McConnell. rector
emeritus, will preach in the morning. Tn
the evening the rector, the Rev. George
Starkweather Pratt, will preach a sermon
to pirls on "The Call of the New Year."
"Concentration " is the subject of the
address at tlae Healtng Mission service at
St. Mark's Church to-morrow evening at 8
o'clock. Th» anthem to be sung is Elvey's
"Arise. Shine, for Thy Light Is Come."
Beginning Monday, a course of lectures
Is to be given in the Marble Collegiate
Church, of which Dr. David James Burrell
is pastor, by the Rev. Dr. Wilbert W.
White, president of the Bible Teachers'
Training School. This is to be a series of
ten lectures, one to be given each Monday
morning.
Dr. FcHx Adler v;IU discuss "The De
cline of the Pulpit and the Need for a
Now Type of Religious Leaders" at Car
negie Hail to-morrow morning In his reg
ular lecture to the Society for Ethical
Culture.
President Wilbur W. White of the Bible
Teachers' Training School, of this pity, win
deliver a series of lectures, beginning Janu
ary 10, at the Marble Collegiate Church.
At the Union Theological Seminary there
will he delivered en Sunday afternoons from
January to May inclusive a series of sermons
on the general topic. "Questions About Re-
Iliion." Thr Rev. Professor George Will
iam Knox v.ill be the speaker to-morrow
pn "What Is Religion?"
At the Church of the Transfiguration to
morrow the Very Rev. Dean Rohbins will
preach.
At the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Church, Brooklyn, the pastor, the. Rev. Dr.
Cleland B. McAfee, preaches to-morrow
niomtng on "The True Grace of God." In
the evening Alfred E. Marling, of Horace B.
Ely & Co.. Manhattan, speaks on "Missions
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
ALL ANGELS' CHURCH, West End aye
Mst st. Rev. S. DE LANCET TOWNSEND
D- r».. Rector.— Holy Communion. a a. m.
Morning service. 11 a. m. Evensong. 4.
Strangers welcome.
MEMORIAL BAPTIST, Washington Booare. -
EDWARD JUDSON, Pastor. 11 a. 111.. "Con
cern for the L<">st in Our Homes." S, Rev ED
WARD B. SIMMONS, "Christ, the Groat Lib
fratnr."
ST MARK'S. 'JD AVK ANT 30TH ST. — REV.
DR. L. W. BATTEN, Rector. — Holy Com
munion, Sa. m. ,>lorntnc Prayer and Sermon,
II a m. Emmanuel Healtns Mission Service,
« p. n>..
>HrWAIUdCVW^7 Dr. MACARTHUR. 11. "An
AS pnu/nni Tl.Of imperishable Name": S.
■**f«J Memorial to Dr. D. C. Hughes. Spe-
X^lft&r t-ial music. Brief addresses.
O .1 r*\ ~,.1, MADISON AYE.
South C hurch, AND 3STH ST.
Rev. THOMAS REED BRIDGES. "D. D.,
Minister 11 a. in.. Communion and Sermon.
CHURCH OF THE HEAVENLY REST,
sth aye.. above 4oth st.
Rev. . HERBERT BHIPMAN. Rector.
Services. 8 and IV.B- m.. 8 p. m.
M VIHSOX AYE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Northeast corner of 73d St.
Dr. HENRY SLOANE COFFIN will epeak
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. Bi.
WBST PRKSBVTERIAN CHVBfH.
On 42d St.. between Pth and «th Ayes.
Rer. ANTHONT H. EVAN?. P. D.. Pastor,
preaches at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
WEST END PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Amsterdam avf. and 105 th st.
Rev. A. EDWIN KEIGWIN. D. D.. Faster,
pr»H<hes at 11 a- m. and at 8 p. m.
ALL SOULS' (Unitarian). Fourth aye., 20th st.
Rev. THOMAS R. SLH.'ER, Pastor, will preach.
Subject, 'THE WORSHIP OF THK WIT^L. OF
OOD." Services, 11 a m. All rordially invited .
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS UNITARIAN sf>r
vi.'es, dOO West lSlst st. cs. v. oor. St. Nicholas
aye.), 8 p. m. Rev. JOHN HATNES HOI.MEP:
■IS TNTTARIANTSM A NEGATIVE RELIGION?'
REFORMED CATHOLIC SERVICES. Christ's
Mission. 331 West 57th Bt. — Afternoon, 3:30.
Pastor O'CONNOR'S subject, "Why proteetanti
Should Not Become Roman Catholics."
RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS COr
thodo*). — Meetinss for Worship, 144 East 20th
«t.. ICfw Tork, 11; Washington and Lafayette
avr-s.. Brooklyn. 10:45. •
ALL SOULS 1 (Anthon Memorial Church). St.
Nicholas aye.. 114 th st. Rev. G. STARK
WEATHER PRATT. Rector— Services 7:30, 11
and S.
ST. Madison Aye. and 126 th st— ll. Str
inon by Rev. Allan Macßossie; s,
JAMES Musi'-Al kTvlce. QuarfPt. Vested ch>-«lr.
NEW THOUGHT CHI7RCH. Belasoo Theatre.
"vV. 42d st.. near Broadway. Sundayw, 11 a. m.
Julia S«>tnn Prara. M. IX. speaker. Public invited.
PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. BCth st.
and Amsterdam ave.— Tfci Pastor, Dr. AJfBON P,
ATTKRBURT, will preach. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
TETMPLE EMANL-EL. Mh aye and 43d «t.—
Sunday. 11:15. T)r. JOSEPH BILVERMAN en
"Judaism and Christian Srlenre." All welcome.
LENOX AYE. COLLEGIATE CHURCH, cor.
123 d «t. Rev. EDGAR TILTON. Jr.. D. D.,
Pastor. w|ll preach at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
tT, MATTHEWS CHURCH. West S4th St..
near Central Park— Rev. ARTHUR H. JT'DGE,
JRector B»rvlces. 8. 11 a. m.. 8 p. m.
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MISCELI^ANEOUff.
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j^nr«7rsw B i» Bl^ k "- ?R 2B Tracts for Vorlcers.
±J*E=JGAN THACT MCIZTY. lfcO H.Mas at. Kew Xurt
— Man's Job.** representing the Laymen's
Missionary Movement.
At Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, the Rev.
Dr. Lyman Abbott ■will preach In the morn
ing at 10 :45 on a subject connected with the
Laymen* Missionary Movement. In the
evening there will b* a platform meeting , as
a continuation of the laymen's campaign
now being held In this city. There trill bo
Important addresses by Samuel B. Capen,
of Boston, and Dr. Merrill, of Constantino
ple. Dr. R. W. Raymond Vi 11 preside.
At th« Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
the Rev. Dr. William J. Dawson will preach
both In the morning: and afternoon. Dr.
White •will address the men's Bible class
at 10 a, m. on "Five of th« Greatest Chap
ters in the New Testament."
Th» pastor. Dr. Georgo Clarke Peck, ■« 111
prearh at St. Andrew's Methodiyt Episcopal
Church at 11 a. m.. and in the evening wtll
Jelivor a brief address at the usual musical
servic".
STOPS CHURCH PAXIC.
Cool Headed Minister Leads
Singing Till Danger Is Past.
Cool in the face of a grave danger that
menaced all within the First Presbyterian
Church of Jamaica. Queens Borough, yes
terday afternoon, the Rev. Benjamin K.
Dickhaut. pastor of the church, prevented
a panic.
Four hundred children were in the church
to form a children's chorus for a service
In the week of prayer. The. children were
singing, led by Mr. Dickhaut, when a wom
an in the gallery smelled smoke. She
whispered to a neighbor, and in an instant
a number of women sprang to their feet,
grabbed their children and made a dash
for the door. There was one tense second
when it seemed possible that every one In
the church might rush panicstricken for
the doors. But Mr. Dickhaut rose to the
occasion. '*'
The chorus waa just starting, and he
compelled the attention of thr children
and made them ?ing, not only the chorus,
but the next verse as well. Only a few
lines were required to glv<* the people time
to sf© that the church was not afire, and
they kept their seats. A search failed to
show whence the smell emanated.
WOOD ALCOHOL KILLS
East Side Gives Up Grcwsome
Talc of Sordid Dissipation.
A scene of sordid dissipation and mis
ery ivas unveiled last night, when the po
lio<» broken open the door of a squalid flat
on the third floor of No. 148 Forsyth
street and found a man and a woman dead
from the effects of v\oo<i alcohol, while
an aged woman lay in a stupor on a couch
and another man was staggering about
th<> place from drink.
The details of the tragedy were discov
ered when the police of the Eldridge street
station wer<* told by Mrs. Mary Brown,
who lives on the fourth floor of the For
syth street bouse, that something was
wronsr in the flat below. She informed
Captain Day that a German woman known
as Mrs. Strasser had occupied the two
room fiat on the third floor for two months,
and had men boarders. Mrs. Brown said
she- had not seen any signs of life in the
Strasser fiat since Wednesday, when the
German woman was seen in the hallway.
Captain Day, accompanied by detectives,
went to the house.
After continued questioning th» surviving
man. who was sodden from drink, gave his
name as Anton Baumer, forty years old,
and said he was a boarder in the place.
The man and woman who had been found
d^ad were, he thought. William Miller,
forty-five years old. and "Bertha."
Baumer said that he and th«» others in
the flat had gone to bed on Wednesday
night, and that was the last thing hecould
remember. He had no recollectjpn of
drinking too freely, he said, and was un
aMr> to give a satisfactory explanation as
to bow he came by a fractured shoulder
blade from which he was suffering.
An ambulance from Gouverneur Hos
pital, with Dr. Child, was summoned, and
the physician pronounced Miller and •"Ber
tha" dead. Mrs. Strasser, who is sixty
two years old, and Baumer were placed
under arrest. The woman was taken to
the hospital, while Baumer was locked up
in the station house. Dr. Child announced
that both were suffering from the effects
of wood alcohol.
MORE DRESSMAKERS FINED.
Two from Chicago Plead Guilty and
Escape Severe Punishment.
Two more of th«» twenty-seven dress
makers who were arrested several weeks
ago. charged with being engaged in a plot
to smuggle finery Into this port, pleaded
guilty yesterday in the United States Cir
cuit Court, and were fined $7,500 each by
Judge Hough. The pleaders were Mary K.
Weber and her sister. Catherine Schwarz,
both of Chicago, where they have a dress
making business under the name of Mine.
Whitney. The fines were promptly paid.
United States Attorney Wise said that
although the two women had brought into
the country during the last four or five
years more than $160,000 worth of goods,
they had paid duty on only $40,000 worth.
Mr. Wise made no opposition to the im
position of the flue. la other government
circles a good deal of criticism has been
aroused by the comparative lightness of
the fines so far Inflicted upon the smug
gling dressmakers. None of the lot so far
has paid more than 57,500, and It was point
ed out that if all those implicated were let
off in like manner the government would
stand to lose, as on the discovery of the
plot by the customs officials an offer of
settlement of more than $200,000 was mado
and rejected.
MEMBERS OF GANG, SAY POLICE.
In the arrest of two men charged with at
tempting to rob the banking house and for
eign money exchange of Hyman Korn, at
No. 1020 Manhattan avenue, Williannsburg,
on Thursday, UM police believe they have
caught two ft a gang of desperados who
have been committing crimes of violence in
the East for some time. The Bedford ave
nue police court was crowded when La
jama Mados and John Fisher were ar
raigned. Both men were charged with
felonious assault for the shooting of Selig
Korn and attempted robbery. The police
asked that the prisoners be committed with
out ball in consequence of the critical con
dition of the injured man in the Williams
burg Hospital.
While tht> prisoners were in the pen
Michel Theal. of Woodside, Long Island,
appeared, and, according to the police,
Identified them as two of three men who
at the point of revolvers in a lonely sec
tion of Blißsville, Long Island, one month
ago robbed him of $500 and then beat him
across the h*ad with their revolvers.
UNCONSCIOUS HUNDRED DAYS.
Pittsburg Woman Is Mysteriously
Dying.
Pittsburg. Jan. 7.-Mrs. Kate Mendel
sohn, thirty-one years old. who has been
unconscious in a hospital for one hundred
days, is now slowly dying, and the phy
sicians studying th« cams are unable to
diagnose her disease.
The woman was taken suddenly ill on«
night and immediately lapsed into a
•tupor. This occurred during the latter
part of September, since which time aU
efforts to arouse her have been futile
Up to a few days ago she had been' fed
through her nostrils, but this plan of giv
ing nourishment has now failed and eh*
1» gradually tlnfcing. •
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