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CHURCHES
DEMAND FOR LOCAL
OPTION SPREADING
IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Petitions Signed by Thou
sands, of Pupils Through
out State Urging That Leg
islature Adopt Law at
Next Session.
Tho appeal of tho Pennsylvania Btato
Bnbbath School Association for support of
the young pooplo to obtain a locnl option
law from tho noxt Legislature has mot
with hearty response.
Although petitions woro not to liavo
been returned until tomorrow, tho
last few days have brought hundreds of
them to tho headquarter. of tho associa
tion, bearing tho signatures of thousands
of children.
Odlelals of tho organization are con
fident they will havo close to Dpo.OOO
names back of tho appeal to bo mndo
to tho lawmakers, asking that laws bo
passed to protect tho homes nnd tho
future UveB of tho youth of the Common
wealth from tho detrimental Influenced of
liquor.
The association Is following up the ap
peal with thousands of posters bearing
tho message of tho temporanco advocates
In striking language. Orders for theso
and tho leaflets that carry tho samo mes
sages are bolng received In every mall,
nnd tho ndvocates of the local option
movement among tho Sunday School
pcoplo nro Jubilant with tho support It
is receiving.
NEW HEAD OF ST. BARNABAS'
Tho Bev. Joseph Hnnuel Has Had
Rcmarkablo Career.
THE REV. JOSEPH MANUEL
The Rev. Joseph Manuel, who has
been appointed mlnlster-In-charge of cit.
Barnabas' Protestant Kplscopal Church,
65th street and Uaverford nvenue, has
had a remarkable career since he took
charge of tho work of St. Luke's Church,
Kensington. When he went thero 11
yeais ngo, tho church was a chapel of
the Episcopal Ilospltnl. Now It has one
of the largest memberships In tho city.
Mr. Manuel lias presented for confirma
tion, during his rectorato nt St. Luke's,
M0 persons. Ha will nssumo charge of
his new duties as mlnlster-ln-charge of
fit. Barnabas' tho first Sunday In De
cember. CHURCH WILL OBSERVE
ITS SILVER ANNIVERSARY
Columbia Avenuo Methodist Congre
gation to Begin Celebration
Tomorrow.
Members of tho Columbia Av-jnuo
Methodist Episcopal Church, tho Itev. Dr.
K. W. Hart, pastor, will olisurvo tho
twenty-fifth anniversary of tho erection
of the present edlilco tomorrow. Special
cervices will be conducted throughout tho
day, with tho pastor In charge.
The sermon In tho morning w ill bo
preached bv tho Hov. Dr. C. M. Hoswcll,
who served as pastor of tho church 23
years ngo. In the afternoon thero will
be a mass-meeting In tho Sunday school,
and the address nt tho ovcnlng servico
will bo made by Bishop William A.
Quaylo.
Special services will bo hold during the
next two weeks to conclude tho anni
versary celebration.
TO ADVOCATE PEACE PLAN
The Rev. Dr. James S. Martin Will
Preach Here.
A peace plan based upon practical
Christ, anlty will bo outlined next week
by the IJov. Dr. James S. Martin, of
Pittsburgh, an oillclal of the National
Reform Association. Doctor Martin will
preach twlco here tomorrow.
In tho forenoon ho will be at the First
Church of the Covenanters as tho guest of
the Kov. M. JL Pearce, and In the after
noon he is to preach in tho Third He.
formed Church, tho Rev. Dr. FIndley M.
Wilson, pastor.
It is expected that Doctor Martin will
discuss Mormon conditions at both meet
Inas. Ha la head of tho Anti-Mormon
crusade, and hastecentiy been In confor
rnce with Frank J. Cannon, In Utah,
with a view to enlarging the scope of his
work.
ST. JOHN'S ANNIVERSARY
Church's Centennial Celebration Will
Begin Tomorrow,
The centennial anniversary celebration
of Bt. John's Episcopal Church, 3d and
Brown streets, will begin tomorrow morn
lng At tho regular hour of worship the
P&stor, the Rev. Oeorge Chalmers Rich
roond, will deliver his commemorative ser
mon. In tho evening special addresses on
'lurch unity will be given by tho Rev.
John Archibald McCollum. of the Walnut
btreet Presbyterian Church, and the Rav.
"J- Frank P. Parkin, superintendent of
io Central District of the Philadelphia
v.onferenc of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church.
CHAPEL THREE YEARS OLD
St. Mark's Episcopal, Darby, to Cele
brate Anniversary,
Elaborate services U1 mark the thlnl
janlmsary of St Murk's I'rotwtaut
iPUcopai Chapel, Darby, tomorrow, with
Joe Rev. C A Jttckeker, the minister
la obarge, pres-Idlng.
At It o'clock In the foronoon the Rev
J Arnold, secretary to Bishop RMn
"nder, win speak as tho irpreafntatlv"
J the Elsrop and BIbop Puffragan Garland,
lMMilllll lllllilillillllHIIII llillllfll llll UPWHaMUWWiWdinMdMflftfWflWWWKKaHMIMwM I
EVENINa
AND THEIR
While enjoying an Inspiring tramp
through tho beautiful hills of Dela
ware County a sunshiny day hot
long past, wo cama upon the vine
covered ruins of an old mill. Near
to tho ruins, close by tho roadside,
wero half a dozen deserted buildings
that had once served as homes for
men.
Pictures of tho sad moments that
had been spent by tho owner during
his last dayB, as ho battled with
poverty and viewed, through tear-dim-mod
eyes, tho ruins of tho busy mill
settlement of which ho had dreamed,
were flashing through our mind ns wo
strolled along the smooth highway.
Then suddenly, rounding the hill
sldo, wo came upon a big factory of
concreto and brick, and lying around
It wan, a village of comfortable cot
tage homes.
From an aged man wo found rak
ing up the brown leaves on a wide
lawn, It was learned that tho bUBy
milt and pretty village came through
tho success acquired In the moss
covered stone walls wo had Junt passed.
Tho growth of tho business Btarted
In them had demanded more room, bet
ter railroad accommodations nnd mod
ern oqulpmont. The Inviting beauties
we viewed nbout us wero tho results.
Yes, ruins sometimes tell of tho
sadness and disappointments that como
through failures. But mora often thoy
aro muto messengers that point tho
way for us to tho fruits of progress
further up tho road.
And so It Is with the old churches.
When we eee tha one-tlmo prosperous
cdlflco downtown showing tho need
of repairs nnd attended only by a
handful of worshipers, wo should not
bo led to think that church work Is
waning.
Let us stroll together through the
comfortable residential sections, and
thoro wo will find scores of handsoma
churches that aro thoro only because
of tho work of long ago In tho cen
tral buildings that seem to bo with
out llfo today.
PHILLIPS.
PHILADELPHIANS HELP IN
$5,000,000 PENSION FUND
Attended Methodist Episcopal Con
vention nt Washington.
Four prominent Phlladotphlons partici
pated In tho program at the convention
which Inaugurated tho 1315 campaign fos
the ?5,000.000 pension fund for retired
ministers of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church. Tho convention was held In
the Capitol City this week.
Tho Phltndclphlans wero: Bishop Jo
seph F. Berry, Bishop Thomns B. Necley,
the Rev. Dr. Frank P. Parkin, superin
tendent of tho Central District of tho
Philadelphia Conference, nnd tho Rev.
Dr. Jacob S. Hughps, pastor of Old St.
Georgo's Church, which worships In tho
oldest Methodist church building In
America, on Fourth street, near Ttaco.
The participants report great progress
In the campaign for tho fund.
REIiiaiOTJS BREVITIES
Tho seventh anniversary of tho pas
torate of the Rev. Dr. W. Courtland Rob
inson, nt the Northmlnstor Presbyterian
Church, will bo observed tomorrow with
special services. About 500 now members
havo been added to tho church since Doc
tor Robinson took charge oa Its minister.
"What Will You Do Tuesday?" will
bo tho subject to be discussed by tho
Rev. E. F. Randolph in St. James' Meth
odist Episcopal Church, Olney, tomorrow
ovcnlng.
John Carlson, Blblo colporteur among
tho Swedes ond Norwegians, will address
tho Second Baptlflt Helping Hand Class
tomorrow afternoon. Tho Price sister
will sing. Friday night Alvln Bradloy
will speak at the everybody's meeting.
On Saturday night John C. Sayro will
celebrate tho 12th anniversary of his con
version to Christ In tho Galilee Mission
at 7:."10 o'clock. The speakers will be
George T. McCrcary and the Rev. Wil
liam P. Bamford. Thero will be special
music, led by William H; Mlntzer.
At tho Evangelical Lutheran Church of
tho Incarnation, West Philadelphia, the
Ttev. Arthur T. Mlchler will observe Ref
ormation Day nt all the services tomor
row. Ho will preach on "The Message
of tho Reformation" at tho morning
service. The Rev. Luther B. Deck, field
missionary for the cities of St Paul and
Minneapolis, Minn, will be tho prenchcr
in the evpnlng. He will speak on "Homo
Mission Needs." A men's adult class will
bo organized at the session of the Bible
Fchool in the afternoon.
The Rev. William Muir Auld, the pas
tor, will preach on "Unrealized Ambi
tions" at tho morning servico. and In the
evening, on "The Pharisee and the Pub
lican" In Calvary Presbyterian Church,
Locust street, above 15th. At the mid
week servico on Wednesday afternoon,
nt 5 o'clock, Mr. Auld will speak on
"Chri.t Turning Water into Wine,"
Thero will bo plenty of special music
nt Messiah Lutheran Church, 16th and
Jefferson streets, tomorrow. In the aft
ernoon, nt tho Bible School, F. Nevln
WIest will give cornet solos, and In tho
evening there will be an elaborate pro
gram of special music. The pastor, the
Rev. Daniel E. Wclgle, will preach both
morning and evening.
"Vote As You Pray" will bo the sub
ject of a sermon to bo preached tomor
row morning In St. Matthew's Lutheran
Church, Broad and Mount Vernon streets,
hy the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Edwin Heyl
Delk. "Impossible Neutrality" will bo
tho toplo of the evening discourse. Spe
cial music will ba a feature of the latter
service.
The Trotestant Episcopal Church of St.
Simon. Oth street and Ishigh avenue, will
celobrato All Saints' Day tomorrow by
dedicating several memorial windows.
Holy Communion will bo administered and
the Rev. Dr. William Jncob Steveno
will preach n historic sermon. In tha
evening an elaborate program of special
music will be given.
"The Heirs of Grace" is to ba tha
toplo discussed at the service tomorrow
morning In the Fifth Baptist Church by
the pastor, the Rev. Dr. W. Quay Ros
sella. In the evening Doctor Rosselle
will speak on the theme, "Wo Shall All
Bo Changed."
Bishop Rhlneiander will officiate at
confirmation services at Trinity Church,
Oxford, tomorrow morning; at Trinity
Church. Crescentville, In the afternoon,
and at Trinity Church, Cheltenham, In)
the evening. Bishop Garland will give
an all-day visitation to St David'
Church, Manayunk.
The Rev. Lee E. Rife, pastor of the
Nurris Squaro United Presbyterian
Church, will preach tomorow morning on
the subjct, "Doth Job Fear God for
Naught? or. Is There Sincerity in Serv
ice?" In tho evening the Rev. Mr. Rlf
will preach a eermon for young men on
"How to Get Clean and Keep Clean."
Tho Rev. Dr. John T. Reeve, pastor of
the Fourth Presbyterian Church, will
preach a pre-eltctlon sermon tomorrow
morning on "Higher Citizenship," and In
tho evening his subject Is to be "Indeci
sion" This cburch is getting ready for
the "Billy" Sunday campaign, and tha
Inspiring gospel bymns of tha evangelist's
meeting will be sung tomorrow evening.
LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA', SATUBDAY, OQTOBEB
WORICERS-RELIGIOUS
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CHIUFFEDR GIVES
GOSPEL IN TERMS
OF -AUTOMOBILE
Youthful Evangelist, Exer
cising Muscles Freely,
Talks Straight From the
Shoulder to Men in Shops.
Phlladolphlans who are Interested In
evangelistic work at missions and shop
meetings In industrial establishments aro
anticipating great results in tho futuro
through tho preaching of a tall, strong
and enthusiastic young man who dovotos
all his time, when he Is not driving an
automobile ns a professional chauffeur,
to carrying tho gospel to brother me
chanics In tho shops and to tho unfortu
nates who crowd Into tho missions.
And not only during his off-hours docs
this overy-day worklngman think of tho
spiritual wclfaro of his brothers, for al
most any day ho may be teen handing
out pocket editions of the Gospel of St.
John. Should a "bum" como along and
beg tho prlco of a drink this chauffeur
puts his hand in his pocket, and, hand
ing tho beggar a copy of tho little mes
sago from tho Bible, tells him to take
that, slnco It will bo bettor for Iilm than
money.
Tho young man Is Moses A. Tltchenell,
whoso home Is at C72C Leeds street, and
who drives an automobilo for Colonel
Thomas E. Murphy, of Overbrook. Ho
Is a member of the Cooper Memorial
Mothodlst Episcopal Church, and for tha
last two years ho has been actively en
gaged in ovangollstlo work.
What "Billy" Sunday Is to tho Ameri
can bascballlsts, Tltchenell is fast be
coming to tho American chauffeurs. Ho
first started to preach in tho Inasmuch
Mission, assisting Georgo Long. But
lately he haa been working in shops and
any place tip is caucu. no has been do
ing much work for tha Young Men's
Christian Association, nnd, through the
co-operation of tho management of auto
mobile houses, arrangements havo been
mado for noonday meetings in the shops,
Tltchenell is nctlvo when he tells lift
brother men of "gasollno wagons" of tho
gospel. Exercising his muscles freely, he
talks to the men straight from the
shoulder. Ho applies freely the auto
mobile terms he knows so well, and he
makes it plain If tho men want to gain
tho life everlasting they must apply the
power. For Instance, ho has been heard
to remark:
"Now, boys, listen to this. If you want
to get tho high power out of a 'boat'
you know very well you'vo got to put
the gas In It. Just so in your lives. If
you want to get tha best out of it, you'vo
got to llva clean and good. You'vo got
to put in tho power that comes from
good, clean lives such as you can only
llvo by following tho gospel of Jesus
Christ. If you don't follow It. some of
these days you'ro going to lilt a rock
and you'll turn turtle over a prociplce
and be dashed to pieces down below."
WILL DEDICATE REREDOS
Memorial to Late Harvey Rowland
at St. Mark's.
A magnificent reredos will be dedicated
in St. Mark's Protestant Episcopal
Church, Frnnkford avenue, below Sellers
street, tomorrow ns a memorial to tha
late Harvey Rowland, ono of the most
prominent members or mat pansn n
mnnv v.nrR
The rector, the Rev. J, B. Harding, has
arranged a special servico for the occa
sion, and a large audience Is expecte f
to attend.
Alfred W. Martin will give tho second
lecture of his course before tho Ethical
Society at the Broad Street Theatto to
morrow at II a. .m Ills subject is to be
"The Doctrine of Equality and Its Spirit
ual Basis."
SOME NEW
THE REV. T. E. WINTER
THE CHAUFFEUR -EVANGELIST AT WORK
Z5 &mMmW witri
MOSES E. TITCHENELL
THE ARCHBISHOP WILL
DEDICATE NEW CONVENT
Building Constructed at a Cost of
?4O,00O.
A handsome now convent building, re
cently completed for tho Church of Our
Lady of Mount Carmel, 3d and Rltner
streots, will bo dedicated by Archbishop
Prendergast tomorrow afternoon. Tho
services, which will bo In chargo of tho
rector, the Rov. James C. Dalton, will
be attended by many of tho Cathollo
clergy of tho city.
The convent building was constructed
at a cost of about $10,000. It Is con
structed of brick, with limestone trim
mings, nnd Is an attractive Improvement
to the parish property. On tho first floor
there are two class rooms In addition
to tho recoptlon room, dining room,
kitchen und other small rooms. Tha
second floor contains tho chapel, com
munity room nnd general living room,
nnd tho third floor is aevoieu to indi
vidual rooms for tho nuns. Paul Mona
ghnn Is the nrchltect.
BAPTIST ORGANIZATIONS
TO HAVF METHODS SCHOOL
Plan to Conduct Meetings In First
Church Next Month.
A school of methods Is to be conducted
by Baptists of Philadelphia In tho First
Church 17th nnd Sansom streets, from
November 9 to 13.
Tho school wilt bo under tho auspices
of the American Baptist Publication So
ciety, the Philadelphia Baptist Ministers
Aiwoclatlon, the Philadelphia Baptist Su
perintendents' Association and the Bap
tist Young Peoplo'n Union. Prominent
Baptist clergymen will speak.
TO DESCRIBE SUNDAY'S WORK
Scrnnton Pastor Will Tell of Evange
list's Campaign.
Laymen of Philadelphia will bo given
nn opportunity to hear of the far-reaching
results of the "Billy" Sunday evan
gelistic campaign In Scrnnton next week.
The Rev. O. W. Wcllburn. pastor of the
Second Fresbyterian Church, of that city,
will speak of tho benefits reoelved
through the campaign by his own
church and othcra in Scranton at tha
meeting of tho Philadelphia Union In
tho Bothany Brotherhood House, 22d and
South streets, on Thursday.
Tha Rev. George G. Dowey. general
secretary of the Sunday Campaign Com
mittee of this city, will tell of his plans.
Thero will bo special music by the fa
mous men's chorus of Bethany Church.
HONOR RETIRING; TEACHER
The platform class of Bethany Presby
terian Sunday School gave a reception
this week to William D. Laumaster, the
teacher of the class, who Is to leave the
school. During the time Mr. Laumaster
was tho teacher of the class it grew from
a handful to almost PX) members. The
class presented tho retiring teacher with
a beautiful testimonial, and he spoke
briefly of his appreciation.
CLERGYMEN FOR PHILADELPHIA
THE REV. S. C GAMBLE
ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS
MANY CHURCHES
IN PHILADELPHIA
GET NEW PASTORS
Two Ministers Will Take
Up Their Work Here To
morrow, and Another Will
Be Installed Thursday.
Wany now pastors recently have como
to this city to take chargo of churches of
dlfforont denominations. Two will take
up their work tomorrow. Ono will be In
stalled on Thursday and another has Just
begun his labors.
The clergymen who will bo welcomed
by their churches tomorrow for the first
tlmo aro tho Rev. Dr. S. C. Gamble, of
tho First United Presbyterian Church,
52d street and Chester avenue, and tho
Rev. E. S. LIttell, who becomes the leader
of the West United Presbyterian Church,
43d and Aspen stroets.
Tho clorgyman to be Installed on Thurs
day Is tho Rev. Georgo Brewer, who re
cently enmo here from Coshockton, Ohio,
to become pastor of the Hollond Memorial
Presbyterian Church, Broad and Federal
streets, succeeding the Rov. Dr. C. A. R.
Janvier.
At tho Third Christian Church, Lancas
ter avenue. and Aspen street, West Phila
delphia, the Rev. T. E. Winter has taken
charge, and tho congregation gave him
a reception last Tuesday night
Doctor Gamble is a "Billy" Sunday
booster. He comes here from tho Second
United Presbyterian Church, New Castle,
Pa., and declares that practically all of
tha 350 new members taken Into his
church because of the Sunday campaign
have made good. About two years ago
tho congregation served by Doctor Gam
ble dedicated a now church edlilco cost
ing J70.000.
Bofore ha came to the East the Rev.
Mr. Winter had tho pleasure of seeing his
old congregation, in Fulton, Mo., dedicato
a new church that cost $00,003.
EMBLEM FOR CHAPEL
American Mechanics to Give Ping to
Oakmont Congregation,
An Amorlcan flag Is to be presented to
Grace Chapel, Oakmont, Delaware
County, tomorrow evening, by Iono
Council, No. 763, Junior Order of United
American Mechanics.
Preceding tho presentation thero will
be n song service. The presentation ad
dress will be made by Thomas 11.
Walters, and the Rev. James H. Feeley,
pastor of Grace Chapel, will deliver tha
speech of acceptance.
Horace V. Gnw will also speak, and
prayer la to ba offered by William Law
son. HOLINESS ASS'N MEETING
Convention Will Be Held in Old St.
George's Church.
Plans have been completed for the 20th
annual convnetion of the Philadelphia
Holiness Association, which Is to take
place In old St. George's Methodist Kpls
copal Church. Fourth street, below Vine,
from November 6 to November 15.
The opening praise service on November
6 at 2 p. m. will bo In charge of the Rev.
J. S. Hughes, pastor of St. George's.
The special evangelist of the convention
is to be the Rev. Dr. II, C. Morrison, of
Louisville, Ky.
Father Maddock Transferred
The Rev. William Maddock, for soma
time attached to the St. Vincent do Paul
Catholic Ciiurch. Germantown, has been
transferred to St. Joseph's Church, Em
mitsburg. Md The Rev. James McNeils,
of Bmmltsburg, will succeed Father Mad
dock at St. Vincent da Paul's.
THE REV. GEORGE BREWER
31. 1013..
BIBLE TEACHERS TO MEET
IN ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Speakers of International Reputation
Will Attend.
Philadelphia's second annual Blbl con
ference will bo held in this cltr troOf No
vember 8 to 31 under the auspices of tho
Philadelphia Bible Conference Associa
tion, on auxlllarr of the Philadelphia
School of tho Bible. During the confer
ence Bible teaahera of the United States
and Canada, with international reputa
tions, will be heard.
They will give free lectures in differ
ent parts of this city and also in Wil
mington nnd Camden. Starting on Mon
day, November 9, at 13:15 o'clock, noon
day meetings for business people will
bo hold downtown at places to be an
nounced later. Among the locations will
bo 10 Chestnut streot. At 8:80 o'clock
that same, day Dr. C. I. Scofield, presi
dent of the Philadelphia School of tha
Bible, will begin a series of dally lectures
on "Tho World War In tho Light of
Prophecy" In the Arch Street Presby
terian Church.
SERVICES AT NAVY YARD
Addresses Scheduled on Battleships
and in Y. M. 0. A. Building.
Under the auspices of tho Navy Y. M.
C. A at tho Philadelphia Navy Yard,
services will be conducted tomorrow on
tho battleships South Carolina and Con
necticut, and In tho association building.
George D. McCreary will speak at 10
a. m. In tho South Carolina, and Dr. O.
A. Zimmerman on tho Connecticut In tho
evening at 7. At 7:30 p. m. John Marsden
will speak In the association bulldlnrt.
Thero will bo special music at all tho
meetings.
"The World Outreach of Christianity
a Vision of Stnnrards and Ideals," Is
tho subject of on address to be given to
morrow afternoon at A o'clock at the
Central Branch by Arthur Rugh, an In
ternational Y. M. C. A. missionary to
China. Mr. Rugh has been actlvo in Y.
M. C. A. work over since his college
days, when ho was a prominent figure In
tho athletic world. Tho meeting will bj
open to all men. Richard E. Wilson,
director of servico, will preside.
Edward J. Cattell, city statistician, will
bo tho speaker at tho meeting tomorrow
afternoon at tho West Branch. His sub
ject will be "Getting tho Most Out of
Life."
RELIGIOUS NOTICES
Baptilt
I3AVTIST TEMPLE Broad .na Berfci.
lU'SSELI, II. COJTWTJLU Partor.
aiornim. 10-30. Iilble School. 2 30. Evn's,7:80.
ELIZABETH BONNBIl
Tho Cantavca' Contralto, will aislst the
Chorua at tho Evening Services.
Dr. Conwcll will proach morning and eve
Organ Recital, T-i5. H'm, Powell Twaddetl,
Mutlcnl Director and Organlat.
CHESTNUT STREET UAITI8T CRUIICK
Chestnut at. west of 40th.
OEOHOE D ADAMS. D. D., Paitor.
n:r Brotherhood of A. and P.
10-SO a. m. Worship and Sermon br Pastor,
followed by Communion b'ervlc.
S..10 p. m. Blblo School and Men's BTbl
Union.
7:48 p. m. Monthly Musical Service. "Song
of Tnanksglvlnir," by Maunder. Soprano,
Mts. F. C. Newbourg; contralto, Mary New
klrk. tonor, Frederic C. Erdman; bass, Hor
ace R. Hood. Organist and leader, Mr. Kay
Danlela Jonea.
FIFTH BAPTIST CirURCH
Spring Garden and 18th ti.
BEV. W. QCAT BOSSELLB, Ph. TX. IX IX,
Pastor.
11 10 n. m. "The Holr of Orace."
7:30 p. m. Musical Service.
7-45 p. m. "V Shall All Ba Changed."
JJall e vera' Ba p tl am.
SECOND BAPTIST IIBLPINO HAND CLASS
meets 2'30. 7th at. below Olrard ave.
JOHN CARLSON. Bible Colporteur among
thn Swedes and Norwegians, will apaJc
The Price slatera will alng.
Friday night AlTln Bradley.
Saturday night, November 7 John C. Bayra
crlrbratoa hla 12th anniversary.
nrv. war. p. bamfobd and hon.
OEOnrJE D. McCREATVY will srvak.
"William H, Mlntzer. musical director.
Galilee. Mission. 7'.1Q p. m.
Drezel Blddle Bible Classes
DRFXEL BIDDLTJ BIBLE- CLASSES
Our Racket Club, combining social features
ith spiritual work, haa chargo of service at
Inasmuch Mission Monday night. All wel
come. Ethical Culture
'MR. ALFRED V. MARTIN will addresa the
Ethical Society, Broad Street Theatre, Sun
day, 11 a. m.. on "Tha Doctrine of Equality
and Ita Spiritual Basis." Public waloome.
Franklin Home
FRANKLIN HOME FOR THE RBFORMA
TION OF INEBRIATES. 811-013 Locust St.
Sundays. R p. m. Service conducted by
Jamea W. Hailehurat. Eaq.
Lutheran
MESSIAH LUTHERAN
"The Friendly Church."
mm ana jancrion its.
DANIEL E. WEIGLE, Pastor, will praaeh,
10 ;n a. m . S p. m Bible School, 2 30 p. m.
r Nevln WIest, Cornest Soloist. 7.45 p. m
Musical Prelude Emll F. Schmidt, violin;
Wm A. Schmidt, 'cello (Phtla. Orchestra),
and thoMesslah Quartet.
TABERNACLE, tnlh" nnd Bjiruc Wra. J. Mil
ler, Jr.. 1Q-4B. 7 4.. 8. R., 2-30 p. m.
TEMPLE. 823" and Race Rov. A. Pohimas,'
M. P.. 10:30 a, m,. 2 30 and 7:45.
Methodist Episcopal
CHURCH OF THE ADVOCATE.
Wayne ave. and Queen lane. Germantown.
OLA 1 'STONE HOLM. Minister.
10:45 Communion and Reception of Mem
bers. 7 45 "Tho Greatest Menace to the Health,
Wealth and Happiness of Humanity." At-
tractUo music. Cordial welcome.
COLUMBIA AVENUE "
Oorner of 25th st.
Rev. E. W. Hart, IJ. D.-Pastor
. .. J".YVl1fl ANNIVEltSAllT
of the drdlcatlon of the present church.
9unJay. Nove-nber 1.
W 30 a. m Rev. c it. Boswsll, D. D..
who waa pastor 25 years ago
hch T m Ma"-m""n o' 'he Sunday
7:4, r' m Hlsh'p William A Quayle.
Followed by apodal "OIJ Home" services
for two neoks.
AU former members and friends cordially
The famous revival singer William N.
Thomas, will sing at all services.
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
IN GERMANTOWN
CHARLES WESLEY BURNS, Mlnliter.
DOiT-'R BURNS
PREACHES
MORNING AND
, EVENING
Evening musical program by Vested Boy
?LIFB ffv-EaSTlTG.""0 CTTV" 8n5
FIFTH STREET TEMPLE
!,0i9AFF K" "OLTZINOBJl, Minister.
vi'' jJipacm-a at potn services.
MOUNT HERMON. 10th and Porter. Rev. F.
t Thomas 11. s s s ? sn V U, ' '
PARK AVENUE CHURCH.
-rn ave an i ivorrts st.
Rev. ROBERT BAU.NELL, D. D.. Minister
10:30 HOLY COMMUNION. ""'.
5 SO SUNDAY SCHOOL.
DR. BAGNELL'S BIBLE CLASS FOR MEV
IN THE AUDITORIUM. l"i"a ruu a,K?f
7 45-- UNTO v'AESAR AND UNTO OOD "
A sermon for tho times.
ORGAN RECITAL AT 7:30
6T; JAyB?; M,- K- TEMPLET OLNEY '
Itsv. E. V Randolph. Pastor.
ViVL- I,omr.J,-,?,e,tnj'- Altant Pastor.
in in " "". 'llurai llllOr.
T 1 n in .Gdm.An c ... ...
Will You Do With ChrUt Next Tuesday?" '
TABERNACLE. 11th below Oxford. A7a
Oronell. 10 80, Communion. 7:45. "Is
Thr Such a Thing as Slot" '
PHILADELPHIA HOLINESS ASSOCf ATtON
20TH ANNUAL CONVENTION.
N'OVKMMBH 8TH TO 15TII.
AT ST. GEORGES M. E. CHURC!!.
4th t. Ulow Vine st
RKV J. 8. HUQHKS, D. D. PASTOR.
BPECIAL BVANQEL1ST
RBV H. C. MORRISON. D. D.
of Louisville. Ky., noted pulpit oratur.
6ervlcfti: Friday. 2 p. ro . iralt rvlce. Rv.
J. B. Hughes, leader. 3 p. ai and S p u
sermons bv Dr. Morrison t. m praUa
servlc. Servlcss wilt b held dally.
Nevt Jerusalem (Bwedenborghui)
7". I NJLr SrRWAIU) is lhe" ubjeT7Tf
JhT Sfft. Sua4X morning ty the Pastor,
It.i?'Xj CV'S TY Uaivey at the Chunjj
Si4J(?-,Iw rt 'fV 22 J and i Usuiut lis.
oHSf,c,,,ft ! oclo-fc Sunday ekaool at
e U U '" EvwjVody is vil.
13!
DREXEL BIDDLE CLASS
WANTS 500 NEW MEMBERS
Campaign to Accomplish. This End
Will Be Inaugurated Tomorrow.
A campaign to increase the member
ship of the Drexel-Blddla Bible class In
Holy Trinity Church br 600 men within
four months will be inaugurated tomor
row morning. Tour teams have been
formed for the work. Edward 3. Cat
tell, City Statistician, will speak.
The annual Halloween party of the
Drexel-Blddle classes will take place at
the home at Lansdowne this evening,
A. J. Drexol-Blddle and the Her. Wit
llnm n. Llttln will Address a mnss-moet-.
Ing of men In West Chester tomorrow
afternoon. IL FredorlcK Wilson wlll-viBit
the classes In Baltimore; William J.
nitchie will be the special speaker at
Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church,
Tacony; A. G. Butler will speak at tha
nichardson Memorial Presbyterian
Church, and J. Dewltt Jabborn Is to ad
dress tho schools of St. Paul's Lutheran
Church and tho Wesley Methodist Church.
ItKMOIODS NOTICES
Prcdbyterinn
fcHE FOtrilTH PHESOrtEIUAN CIIUBCH
U. 7th at. and Klngacaalng ave.
HEV. JOHN T, BETJVE. D D., Minister.
10.45 a. m. -'Higher CiUienahip."
7:43 p. m. "Indecision."
HOPE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
83d and Wharton M. . .
Minister, Rev. J. ORAY BOLTON. D. D.
Ilev. WILLIAM TAYLOR CALDWELL, A-
10.45 a. m. Rev Caldwell wilt preach. Com
munion. 7 4.1 p tTL
NORTHMINSTER CHURCH
83th and Baring ata.
W. COURTLAND ROBINSON, D. D., Pastor.
Seventh Anniversary of Dr. Robinson's Pas
torate. 10:00 Brotherhood Meeting. All men InvltAd.
10:45 PUBLIC WORSHIP WITH SERMON
Torlc. "The Oreat War."
2.30 Blblo School.
7:15 i.hrlstlan Endea.vor.
R.0O Sermon on "Who Enters Heaven7"
STRANGERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
SCOTS CHUnCII. Broad St. below Morris at.
13. STUART MOORE, D, D., Minister.
10:30 A Great Motiva."
1.45 "The Call of tha Hour."
BT. PAUL FRT33BYTERIAN CHURCH
Biltlmoro ave., cor. 60th at.
REV. J. BDVERIDaE LEB. D. D., Minister.
10:45 ft. m. Public Worship. Sermon by
DR. LEE.
2.0 p. mlraded Bible SchooL
7:45 p. m. Special musical service. Maun
der"a ranUita, "A Bong of Tranlugivlng,"
rendered by the eolo quartet choir augmented
by two additional quartets. Organ number
will lncludo a festival prelude on "Eln
Fen Burg." by Fauikes, nnd "Festlvo
iiarcn," or smart.
TABERNACLE 1'RESBYTERHN CHURCH
Chestnut and 37th. The Minister, Rav.
JOHN ALLAN BLAIR, will preoch
11 e m. "THE BRAMBLTJ KINO A PAR
ABLE FOR ELECTION DAY."
8 p m. "THE POWER OF ONB MAN'S
FAITH."
Coma and worship with us.
UNION TABERNACLE
York and Coral sts.
REV. ROBERT HUNTER. PASTOR, will
preach. 10-30 a, m. and 7:43 p. m. 2:30. Sab
bath School. 7. Y. P S. C E. 2:45. BIBLE!
UNION IN T1HS CHURCH.
WOObLXND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
42d and Pine sts.
JAMES RAMSAY SWAIN, Minister.
10:30 a m. Brotherhood.
ll:CO a. m- Worship. Sermon, "SALVATION
IN 7-ION." . .
2:45 p. m. Brble Sohool. New scholar
invited.
8:00 p. m. Praise. Sermon, "Peter and
Pentecost." First In aeries on "The Oreat
Revivals of Hlitory."
SPECIAL MUSIC Anthem from "Seed Tim
and Harvest," West: Anthem, "Fear Not of
Lnnd," Elgar: Tenor eolo by C Hunaberger,
'A Song of Praise," Ooobller, Antnem, -n
Shall Go out With Joy.' Barnby,
Wednesday at oo p.
PrerreM." Part IL
m. m
Pilgrim's
If ou aro loofclne for a churc
"Come Thou and All Thy House."
church home
WKHT HOPE, pjiraw Preston and Aspen sts.
Rrv. Charles E. Bronson, D. D Minister;
Rev. Charles H. Whitaker, B. D., Assistant.
10:30 a. m. 'Rev. George O. Dowey. oecretary
Sunday campaign, will address men.
7:45 p. m. Dr. Bronson'a theme will b
"Leaving Old Friends and Familiar Faces."
Protectant Episcopal
CIIURCH OF THE HOLT APOSTLES
21st and Christian eta.
Rev. GEORGE ID3RBERT POOP, Rector.
Holy Communion, 0 a, nv.
Communion and Sermon, 10:80 a. m.
Special Musical Servico, 7:30 p. m,
Song of Thanksgiving. Maunder.
narp ana violin.
CHURCH OF ST. SIMEON, 8th and Lehigh
ave. All Saints" Day, November 1, 10.30 a.
m., II. C., dedication four memorial wtndowa.
7:4 p. m , Gnul's "Holy City." Soloists,
Miss Edith Gaatcl. Miss May Carver. Fred
erick Anna, Frederic Ayres, Harp. Francis J.
Lnpitano; Comet, Christian Rodenkirchsn;
Violin, John K. "iVlUomaan; Organ, C. Allen
Rotstook.
PAniSH OF ST. LTJH33 AWD THE EPIPH
ANY. 18th at, below Spruce.
Rrr. DAVID M. STEELE), Rector.
8 a, m. Holy Communion.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a, m. Holy Communion and Sermon.
4 p. m. Evening Prayer, Anthem and Ad
dress. Organ, harp and 'cello prelude, interlude an4
pontlude.
The Rector will preach at both services.
EPIPIIANT CHAPEL,
17th and Summer sts.
8 a. m Holy Communion.
11 a. m. Holy Communion and Sermon.
2:45 p. m Sunday School.
8 p. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Rev. Irvine A. McGrew will preach.
8T GEORGE'S, fllst and Haiel ave. Rev. Q.
Lft 1'ia frmun. i. w-.iu ana ? au.
BT JOHN'S (1814-1011), Brown below 3d.
10-30. Dr. Richmond preaches centennial an
niversary sermon. 7 'SO, Organ Recital,
7:45. special addresses. The Rev. John
Archibald McCallum. D. D.. on "The New
Approach to Church Unity and tha Rev.
Frank P. Parkin. D. D., on "Church Unity
trom the Standpoint of a Methodist Epis
copalian. "
THE HOUriE OF PRAYER. Branrhtown.
Ilev II S S. VINCENT. Minister.
Services. 10 TO a. m 7 80 p. m.
Reformed
FIRST V. fl.. 10TH AND WALLACE
E. R. Appanieer. 10 SO. 743: S 8.. 2:30.
HEIDELnERO". 10th and Oxford sts.
Dr. Zartman. Pe-vlces. 10 30. 2 30. T.4S.
Reformed KpUropal
AUKiistui K. Barnttt.
OUR REDEEMER. 11th and Oiford sts.
10 30 Holy Communion.
S 00 "Scratch Your Ballot."
SoolalIt I.iterarySocletr
MAX BASTM N. edltur Tha"Masses, will
peak on ' International Socialism and tho
European War" at llrnad Street Theatre.
Sunday. 3pm. under tha auspices of Social
1st Llterarv olctv Muslo by Vail Dea
Beemt String Cjuarttt. Admission free.
Spiritualists
TrT ZOI.LFH " Lt-r.-, WILL CONDUCT
meetings Sunday iwntng. H oVIock, 1323
Columbia ave German and Fngllih
Swedrnborglan
SEE NEW JERUSALEM
Unitarian
FIRST UNITARIAN. "2125" Chestnut st. R.v;
V E - -T .JOHN. Minister 10am. Sun
day school U a, in . tha Minister will
I'reiich.
GIKAFv!' AVE ill) Rev. K. E KVANtf
1 45-"R.t glon or P. UtUa." Music aolol
"il'ild Thuu My Ilatil' Offertoir In F
Brigfn: Elevation. Klein 7 41, Mr Paul Han
na. "The Federation of the Worldr" DIs.
"" United Presbyterian "
THE NORRIS StjUAHB '. p. CliUKClI '
litmook t. aui tijuahanna ave.
REV I EH B. RIFE, Pastor.
I0 l in U.th Job Fear Ood for
Naught Or. Is Thoie sincerity In Servicer'1'
7 IS b lu. "How to Gt Cln and Kej
CUn A seru.on fur uucg men.
mm I Men's Clul.tluu Association f
ATHURRUOH. National Student Scr"slf
lo t'ninx. apiaau vu u world outreav
'a op
ItQJ?
iwrnMHiii'. ium m mveiing in audit
aunaa. s p m.. uenirmi x 3a.. c A
Ar.-b st LiroD-In Clais X n m
lobby ted by Thomas L. Las, ton; good sin,'
ins and muklf
Youug omen's Christian Association"
W c A
1M Arch
La.-turo Njvui-r Z. 8 o'olock.
I-efir MlMieu Work Throughout tbs
world.
Ml Hertna O Johnson Fiald tUcrstary In
ternational IntvrdvxhOinlnational Mlssisn
Work Public Invllel tttmnaa
UENEOLENT ASSOCIATIONS
niwiuNv a : -hob a as-! w Tiitb7V
arn.1. n... ".tia ovq pt VtA SX for
the silrltaal jHrt of girts and wowen. Uawt
ln? Tuesday Thursday and Sunday nighl.
M Anna Jormi n. sUDerlatuidanl fcii,i. .
a el oim Sj s.rts rreoihlog oon. iKr
lam J M K..; prss dsat. ' '
nnr rAiATf7W"ARvrr-i55:
prUade.pi U Headj ja ten. Colonial Trul
ti-iUljl. 18i . and Marker
Cu'onei R. E If 'x in coaosaacd.
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