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Sunday ISth 18tbPtacr Peace unit Arbitration Day In many mnn churches hurchc ns suffjrcsted suffjrcstedby ltogJestedb wgestedby
by b Lake Mohouk Conference nnd joint appeal of clergy clergyMonday clergylUondny c1crg c1crgUonday
Monday 10th I thIIIrefntherH IforefntliorN Day with meeting incetiu und un dinner nt the tJic Vint VintCongregational I VIritCongregational Jl1It Jl1ItCOl1xrcgntionnl
Congregational Church Dr Arthur A rtltur IF Smith of China will willHpenk willpea1 ill illspeuk
Hpenk pea1 on onprreatIonnHHm Cn c Rtlonnlblm and world DrIl citizenship citizenshipTuesday cltlzenMhlpTuc cItlzenihlpPuezday
Tuesday Tuc day iSOth OtltDecctnber December session of Episcopal Sunday School bstltutQ bstltutQat Institute Instituteat Iistitutoat
at Church of Kplpbnny S p m mThnrwday mThnrHllay inThurNdny
Thnrwday SUd d dMlN Mlns nHIJ ly J Ldla lln ln A 4 Finger of Chicago Chlc o peaks to Conprrcrja ConprrcrjationnjfptN Coo CongtcatlonajIln ea eatioonH
tionnjfptN tioonH on Church building In the AVc WcI WcIBanquet CHt CHtlIuoqut t tHanquet
Banquet > t 10 choir at St Aloyslus 108Iu8 Church 7 p m mSaturday m mI niSaturilay
Saturday 24th tth3I1dnlht 3HdnIht wolcnin hlrjli masses In Catholic churches churchesSunday churchclJSuodll cIiurchsSunday
I Sunday Suodll ItSth titbCbrl1ttmwa ChrUtmoa Day
Andrew Andr w Carnegies gift of WflOCOIOd OOOto for forthe forthe
the promotion of intersaUonal l peace an announced 8nnouncEld annnunced ¬
nounced in Washington Wednesday and andthe aDdthe
the conference c nference of th the American Society Societyfor Soelet7for oc1etyftr
for Ute Judicial Settlement of ntelMtion ntelMtionat nUrmtlon nUrmtlonal
at Disputes DjllPut which has just ooncluded its itssessions Itssessions lt
sessions give added emphasis to the thaworld theworld
world movement for arbitration and to tothe toth tothe
the th appeal of many maD ch churches hes for the ob observance ob8flvance ¬
servance erVafltt of tomorrow t mollO as a a peace p co cam campaign campaign ¬
paign day diiY8tClftarles daySecretaries d4ySocretar1o
Secretaries Barton of or the American Americanboard Americanbo9rd
board and Brown of the Presbyterian Presbyterianforeign Preabytorianfore1p
foreign board Bishops Bl bops Cnuiston MaUi MaUftlieu MaUIllieu MaUilieu
lieu and FItzgerald of the Methodist Methodistchurch fothodtchurch
church Cardinal Gibbons of tho Roman RomanCatholic RomanCatholic
Catholic Church Benjamin F Trueblood Truebloodof True lood loodof
of the Society S cC f Srieads rienda and others othejrsjoined othersjoined othersloined
joined In tlihi appe appeJ appeal > 4 to the Christian Christianpeople Chrl8ttanpeoplo CbziaUanpeople
people of America urging u lng the observance observanceof
of Sunday December 18 in th tile emphasis emphasisfor empbultor
for world peace They mention the U e near nearness narn1IS ¬
ness to tie Christmas Chrliun season HUOn and the thefact thefact
fact that ministers of all religions bodies bodiesin bodiesIn bodleaIn
in England En < land and Scotland and in most of ofthe otthf ofthE
the countries of the continent of Europe Europehave
have actively entered upon a peace cam campaign campaign ¬
paign In their appeal these leaders say sayWhrn MYWhCn
When the movement for world arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion has ba made such enormous progress progressboth progreseboth
both among the th masses of people and in ingovetnments Ingovea
govetnments govea nmenta thenuielvea the religious religiouspress rollcloU8pre
press a the clergy of every very Christian Christianchurch Christianchurch ChrtsUanehtArrb
church church all leaders of 01 religious organiza organizations olpDlzation ¬
lions tion and aU patriots and philanthropists philanthropistsousrht phUanthropiatought phllanthroplstaought
ought most mo t cordially I to unite and with withearnest witheameilt
earnest persistent and wteely directed directedefforts < I ItforlB
efforts strive ItnVC in aU legitimate It timate ways 878 to tobring tobring tobring
bring about a condition of affairs that thatshall thatshall
shall eventually eV t1mUy make wars between na nations nations ¬
tions impossible lfbla and put a stop to the thepresent thepreteDt thepreaent
present Irrational and burdensome rival rivalry riva1ry rivalr ¬
ry r in armaments armAmentA
A committee of JOO 00 Washington > uurob uurobwomen hr 1JlCh 1JlChwomen < sh shwomen
women has bean appointed to arrange for forthe torthe forthe
the local jMlebratien e1ebrUOfl of the fiftieth anni anniversary analversar anniverzary ¬
versary of 01 o4th the t beginning of wocmns or organised organllocl ¬
ganised wferlc rk for foreign to missions in inAmerica InAmerIca inAmerica
America AmericaIt
It is often claimed that the Now Eng England England Eogiand ¬
land Womans Woman Club of Boston and the theSorosis UteSoroais theSorosis
Sorosis of New York are the oldest wom womens womrns wornfn ¬
ens fn a organisations or in the country This Thisis T Thisis Ja
is not quite true These two organiza organizations orgunlzations organizations ¬
tions were started in ISO 1 while eight eightyears eightyeanI eIghtyears
years earlier in MM a little group of ofwomen ofwomen ofwomen
women fired with 1th the tb desire d to send the themessage theme
message me aqe of the Gospel of Jesus to the thelands the1anda
lands where it wan not known gathered gatheredat gatheroaat
at a t the home of one of their number Mrs MrsT MreT I IT
T C Doremuf Dorem of New York City and andorganised andorg1lnlUld andorgan1ne
organised themselves into what was wascalled wancalled WftIalled
called the Union Missionary Society SocietyThe SoclelyThe
The next year the society secured ita itscharter itacharter Itacharter
charter from tho State of New York and andhas andhaa
has maintained its existence ever since sinceDuring sinceDuring zinceDuring
During this time 5743S kindred societies societieshave ocletleshave escietMehave
have been formed in the United States Statesand Stat Statand Statesand
and Canada which but year ye r raised 1 1t8Me 3 332SM6 3as4e
32SM6 for foreign missions missionsAt mlaloDSAt mlselonzAt
At the Ecumenical Conference heM in inNew InNw InNew
New York in ISM a committee of women womenembracing WORtenmbraelug womentmbraeIng
embracing all the evangelical denomina denominations denominations denominaliuna ¬
tions and termed the Central Committee Committeeon
on a United Study was inaugurated mau ratcd for the diepurpose thepurpo thepurpose
purpose e of developing an interdenomina interdenominational inlerdenomlnat Interdenominational ¬
tional t mission study lItud course and to estab establish ostablhih tab tablish ¬
lish summer schools for mission study studyTills studyThis studyThin
Tills committee e mmtttee has worked in conjunction conjunctionwith conjunctionwith conjunctionwith
with the various denominational womens womensmission womenMrnls womensxnlsion
mission rnls i n boards and has been instrumen instrumental ¬
tal largely in bringing about the tb awak awakened awakentd awakened ¬
ened interest in missions which has hasmarked humarked banmarked
marked the churches during < the past ten tenyears tenyears tenyearz
years At the session on of the summer summerschool ftUmmerschool summerehool
school at Nortaflekl last July tho central centralcommittee centralcommltuo centralcommittee
committee with tho approval of the Wo Womans Wemans Vo Vomans ¬
mans Foreign Mission board decided decidedto eeiOedto L Lto
to celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the beginning of womans organised work workfor workfor yorkfor
for foreign missions In America by hold holding holdIn holdlag ¬
lag In a series of great Jubilee meetings ox oxtending eXtpnding Oxtending
tending from t10 ocean o ean to ocean Th 1hy y be began beganj begang ¬
gan gang in October MM at Oakland Cal Calare Calare Calare
are to cover coye thirty of the large cities citiesEast cities clUesEa4t
East and West 68t est and culminate In a great greatgathering greatgathering grealgathering
gathering in Now York in AprilJ3n AprUJlltThe AprlIi1UThe i
The plan is 1 meeting with undoubted undoubtedstJecess undoubtodtmec undoubtoniccoss
stJecess tmec Mrs Helen Barrett Montgom Montgomery ¬
cry of Rochester N Y a gif gUteoi tea and andscholarly andscholarlY an anchoIar1y
scholarly woman with a numUer of returned returned re yet ¬
turned t missionaries u tonarlu and other prominent prominentChristian prominentChristian prominenthrlztjan
Christian hrlztjan workers is going Iroin from from city to tocity toity tc tccity
city ity conducting conductin these meetings The Jubi Jubilee jublee jubilee ¬
lee will ill be held In Washington fnr two twodays twothys tw twdayz
days Thursday and liTida Friday February 2 2and 2and I Iand
and 3 a and a committee of MO Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton women has been appointed to make makeit makeit mak 3 3It
it one of the most tailing conferences ever everheld eyerheld erciheld
held in the National Capital The follow following following following ¬
ing officers of eerM and committees have been beennamed beennamed bees beesnamed
named Officers o ffteerChatrman Chairman Mrs Wal Wallace Wa Walace al allace ¬
lace Radcliffe first vice chairman Mite MtasElizabeth 1018ElIzbeth 3 3Eilzbeth
Elizabeth F Pierce socond vice vI co chair chairman chaIrman chairman ¬
man Mrs Samuel H Woodrow third thirdvice thIrdvict I Ivice
vice > chairman Mrs G H IL McGrev re recording ra racording recording ¬
cording secretary Mrs Joseph S Van VanArwlale VanArsdal VazArzdalb
Arwlale coITpo corresponding dln secretary Miss MissPuth MI MIRuth I IRuth
Ruth Lillian Crandall treasurer tre urer Mrs MrsWallace MnWallace MrzWallace
Wallace McK MeltStowol StowelU Subcommittees SubcommitteesPublicity SubcommltteeaPublicity SubcommitteesPublicity
Publicity Mrs W H Baker places of ofmeeting ormeetlnc o t ttaceting
meeting Mrs William Hamilton H mllton Bayly Baylyprogramme BaIYiprogramme l3aylyprogramme
programme Mrs D E E WJber ber finance financeMrs financeMrs financeMrs
Mrs Frank P Leetch ctch literature Mrs MrsFrank M11iral1k MrsFrank
Frank J Goodwin Goodw luncheon and hospi hospitality hoaptallty bospitailty ¬
tality Mrs Frank G Wilkins young youngwomen youngwomen yOUn yOUnwomen
women Miss Florence M I 3rown 3rownEPISCOPAL 3rownEPISCOPAL BrownEPISCOPALCHU1WIIIS
Before the four ordination days of ofwhich orwhich 0 r rwhich
which tomorrow is one the ahurol ahurolorders ojinrdh ojinrdhorders wmr n norders
orders that three days in each weak be beobserved beiClbterved b S SOberved
observed as days of prayer and fasting fastingon taatmon fast1nton
on behalf of those to be ordained prjoats prjoatsand prJostland S Sand
and deacons These days are known as asv asm a S Srmer
rmer m v r days and they are always the ther theWeJntadY th S SWetnesday
WeJntadY Wetnesday r Friday and Saturday preced preceding precedinS preceding ¬
ing the ordination ordinaU Q day dayBishop dayBishop dayBishop
Bishop Harding will hold this advent adventordination advenlordination adventordination
ordination tomorrow morning in St StMarks S111ark SI
Marks 11ark Caoreh clureh whon he will advance advancethe advnncothe advancthe C
the Rev Ro Karl M Block Block deacon former formerly rormerJy formerly ¬
ly a lay 1ft reader of St Marks parish parishto
to the priesthood The Rev Bvrymon BvrymonGreen nerrymanGreen a
Green D I D 11 professor in the Virginia VirginiaTheoitfiieai VlrxlnlaTheoiN VirginliTheokgleal a
Theoitfiieai TheoiN Theokgleal ial Seminary near Alexandria Alexandriawill Alexandriawm It Itwill
will preach the sermon Mr Green was waato wasto wa a ato
to have preached the sermon when Mr i
Bp Block B lock was made d dbacon bat sickness sicknessprevented slckn slcknprevented
prevented p his doing doIn so It is earnestly
hoped h oped that this time the congregation congregationwill oon r saUon saUonwill
will W ill have the privilege prlvll e of hearing Dr DrGreen DrGreen
Green G reen on Ui UI ofllce and d work of a priost priostOn priostOn
On Wednesday edneadll December 21 1 at a ac St StJohns StJohn
Johns John J Ja ohns Church Lafayette squaC squar the thearchdeaconry thearchdeaconry
archdeaconry a of o Washington will be in insession
llee8tOft session s from 10 a fL m tn whon the holy holycommunion holycuftmunlon
communion n will 111 bo b celebrated cel bratod until the theg
1 8 p p m closing clGei 8 meeting Dr George H HMcGrew HIcGrow
McGrew M cGrew rector of Sliver Spring parish parishis
is L z the president of the tb archdeaconry archdeaconryR archd8 con conRev
R Rev v J DeWolf Perry secretary of this thisdepartment thlldepulment thisepartment
department d da of the board of missions will willaddress wIIaddrou
address a the archdeaconry at the afternoon afternoonsession atternoonIeHon
session sessionBishop IeHonBl s
Bishop Bl ishop hop Kinsolving KIn IOlvlng < of Brazil will be bethe bothe
the t he chief sneaker at a tho 8 p m m soeHon soeHonhis sOIMlcJJIhis
his h is subject s Ject being irons 11011 work for mto mtoslons m malons
slons alonsThe s slonsThe
The prisoners aid department of the theDiocase theDiocese
Diocese of ofVuhlngton Washington will hold a actal a see special ¬
del and important meeting of the depart department dlJIIrtment deirtmeat ¬
ment on Monday next December 19 19 at atp S Sp Srn
p m at the th bishops home home 1497 Massa Massachusetts M McbuBetta Mseeahusetta ¬
chusetts c avenue Rev Richard P Will Williams WillIams WIllame ¬
iams l ame chairman of the aid department departmentwith clepartment clepartmentwith depertnentwith
with Miss Rachel a L LeVy as secretary secretaryThe cretkryThe
The regular December Dec mbor meeting of the theSunday theSUJlday theunday
Sunday S School Institute will be held at atthe atthe athe
the t he Church of the Epiphany Ettlphrutyoq on Tuesday Tuesdaynext TutNtdaynoxt
next n ext December Decem DecemberThere l lfhWe 30 30There
There will ba two subjects discussed discussedFirst d dFirst discuseedFirst
First the laws law of conduct and fooling foolingeducation fooJtnaeducntlon foolingducation
education e which produces right conduct conductby oonductby
by b y Mr S S E Eo Kramer director of inter intermediate tntermediate Intermediate
mediate instruction public schools Khoo Din District ttrict ¬
trict t of Columbia ColumbiaSecond ColumbiaSecond ColumbiaSecond
Second teaching teachln by photographs ph topaph8 an antern lan lantern ¬
tern t ent slides ud > by Paul lUte Mtcou U special pee in instructor Snstructor ¬
structor s truetot moral education board boardAfter boardAfter
After tter the UI appoinftd ppoln CI speakers there will willbe winbe wille
be b e threeminute discussions of each sub subject ub ubJect nb nboct ¬
ject J oct hy volunteer speakers speakersOB spealcersOn P lLkeraOn
On Wednesday next secure the festival of ofSt otSt
St t Thomas apostle and martyr to whose whosememory whosemtm
memory mtm z l1Y many of our churches through throuKboqt throughout ¬
out o I4t the country have been dedicated but butonly butonl butnly
only onl o nly two In this th diocese diofocse St St Thomas Thomasnear ThomaaDear
near Dupont Circle this city and St StThomas StJtlOJnWl StTitoinas
Thomas Croom Prince George County
Md MdThe
The Rev Edward H Ingle In la who for forthe forthe
the lest three years ean has been assisting u sinlatingn
in I n the wgrk of Epiphany pariah has re resigned resigned ¬
signed 5noo his h1 position as second assistant assistantHe ataatHe
He has ha consented however to continue continuehis contlnuehIs
his present work until a successor can canbe canhtt canbe
be secured Mr Jnglo ijxs N ts for some someyears aomoyoal1l someyears
years rector of St Bartholomews BartholomewsChurch BartholomewsChurch
Church Baltimore and lator a chaplain chaplainof i iof tof
of the American church on the continent continentof
of Europe
During tl tJe e Christmas holidays the theRev theRev I IRev
Rev Karl M Block will assist the roe rector rec rector roeoy ¬
tor t oy of St Marks parish Capitol Hill Hillin HiliIn Hilln
in i n the pastoral work of the parish As Asa Asa AZa
a former lay ay rector of St St Marks Mark Mr MrBlock MrIOkl MrBlocks
Blocks Block IOkl services will b be vary V61 Y acceptable acceptablealike acecptablealike
alike to rector and people peopleMr peopleMr peopleMi
Mr Somuol Wood choirmaster and andorganist am amOrpDwt andorganist
OrpDwt organist of St St Marks Mark Church will give givean
I an organ recital in St St Marks Church Churchtomorrow Churchtomorrow
i tomorrow at 7tli 71 p m The recital will willlast willkalt willast
last l ast half an hour After December these theserecitals thesereeitaIs
II recitals reeltal8 until further notice to th the con contrary contrary contiazi ¬
trary will always be given on the last lastSunday l lastsunday t
I Sunday in each 5eh month monthThere monthThere monthThere
There will bj a Christmas Chrl tmas party for forthe torthe forthe
the Junior department depar nent of the Girls GirlsFriendly GlrleFrfODlily GirlSFriendly
Friendly Society of St St Marks Mark Church ChurchRe ChurchRet ChurchRet
Re Ret Dr Devrles rector at 3 p p m on onTuesday on1u8iiday onTuesday
Tuesday December 27 27The 7The
The Christmas Chrlaitm i entertainment of the themain themain thEmain r
main Sunday school of St St Marks MarksChurch l1arksI tarws tarwsChurch
Church will be hold in the Old Masonic MasonicTempi MBiOniclompltf Masonicrempld
I Tempi lompltf Ninth and F streets on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day December 29 at 780 p m mBishop m mBtahop p pBishop
Bishop Harding will Iil be in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMonday PhiladelphiaMonday L LMonday
Monday next as a member of tho com committee cornruittee ¬
mittee on the new mission hymnal hymnalThe hmnatThe hymnalThe
The Washington Washln ton Clerlcus meets next nextTuesday nextT nei t tTuesday
Tuesday T ay at the home of Dr R R Cotton CottonSmith CottonSmith r rSmith
Smith in Rhode Island avenue Rev RevT Rev RevT tev tevT
T A Johnstone rector roe tor of Laurel Md Mdwill Mdwin Mdwill
will speak on The only plan of church churchreunion churchreunion t treunIon
reunion reunionLast reunionLast reunIonLast
Last Wednesday Vedn iK1ay Blsbon Blshonliarding XJardlng arding re reopened re reopened reopened ¬
opened the church at Omey 0 nay of which whichRe whichRe I IRev
Re Rev C D Lafferty Is rector and after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward confirmed fourteen persons in I the thenewly tIaenowly tlii tliinewly
newly restored building Rev Mr Laf Lafferty lAfferty 1 1forty ¬
ferty whose postoffice teBrookeIlle teBrookeIlleMontgomery isBrookevllleMontgomery rooke1l1e rooke1l1eMontsomory
Montgomery County Md has three dis distinct dtatinct Ia Iatlnct ¬
tinct parishes each with 1th Its own owntry ves vestry ea eatry ¬
try under his care careWITH carerVITH careWITH
Announcement II is made of the transfer transferof transfetof
of the Rev Dr Joseph Dawson minister ministerfor nUnlfltarfor
for the past eight years in charge of ofthe oftho a r
the Calvary Methodist Church to the theEast theEAst th4 th4EastBaltimore t
East EastBaltimore Baltimore Station Baltimore Md Mdsucceeding MdsU Mdsuecoedtng
succeeding sU CCedlng the Rev J M M f Gray who whohas whohas wlubaa
has Just been appointed to wQrk at Ham Hamline Ham1In Hamline
line 1In Dr Dawson will not leave Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Ington until the last of January JanuaryDr JanuaryDr JanuaryDr
Dr Dawson started the Calvary CalvaryChurch CalaryChurch Calvar CalvarChurch
Church eight years ears ago with seven mem members member membore ¬
bore During these years ears 690 have Joined Joinedthe Joinedthe I Ithe
the church and a building bulldln has hJS been beenerected beenerected boo booerected
erected costing 23000 2000 OOO the entire ox expense oxponso oxPease ¬
Pease of which has been provided for forOne forOne forOne
One of the distinctive features of the thework thewerk th e ework
work at Calvary lias been the Bible Bibleclass Bibleclt EIbl C Cclass
class for men which now numbers forty fortyfive fort fortfive fortyfive
five members and has only been pro promoted promoted prometed ¬
moted within the last two months Mr MrF MrF MrF
F E Warring was elected superin superintendent superintondent ¬
tendent of the Sunday Sunda school last Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day evening for the current year The Theenrollment Thoenrollment Tb 0 0enrollment
enrollment is now 400 400At 400At 400At
At the annual opening of tho Mens MensSociety MensSociety Men MenSociety
Society at Mount Vernon Place M ME lE N NE
E Church South last Tuesday oven ovening oenIng ovenlag
ing President S W Cookrell pro prosided proaided I Isided
sided and gave an address s touching touchingthe touchln touchlnUte touchinithe
the work ork of it ithc l society during the thepast thepast Ut Utpast
past year A pleasing programme programmeof 0 0of
of recitations and musical num numbers numbers nurnhers ¬
bers was rendered tendered nnd a large lo 1c nuniher num number number ¬
ber in attendance voted it one of thte thtedistinct Uredistinct Ut b bdistinct
distinct social successes in the history historyof I1lstoryot ltlgtor I Iof
of the Mount Vernon Church ChurchChaplain ChurchChaplain ChurchChaplain
Chaplain H H N Conden of the e House Houseof C Cof
of Representatives Repre entatives will preach at North NorthCapitol NorthCapitol Pt PtCapitol
Capitol M E Church corner of K j street streetnortheast strcetnortheaat sbes I Inortheast
northeast on Sunday night December DecemberIS r
18 at S oclock oclockMcKendree oclockMeKendres
McKendree Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch 1 1Church
Church Massachusetts avenue north northwest north norUYest northwest ¬
Yest west between Ninth and Tenth is mak making inaklag ¬
ing a departure from the conservative conservativedays conSfnftUvedays C Cdays
days of tho post by more extensive ad advertising advertisIng advertising ¬
vertising and providing attractive pro programmes proSlammos programmos ¬
grammes for the Sunday evening sorv services sorvlees sorvico ¬
ices ico The Apollo Orchestra of the io Sun Sunday SUilday t tday ¬
day school soho 1 with fortythree e male play players players pay paycry ¬
ers will furnish special music for next nex t
Sunday evening at 8 oclock This or organization orgonlzatlon ¬
ganization is the largest Sunday school schoolorchestra schootorchestra
orchestra in America Rev U Vre J9 T Mow Mowbray Mowbray Iow
bray the minister minl ter of U the church will willpreach willpreaeh willpreach
preach on Lifes highest note noteThe nolo1he
The laymens evangelistic movement of ofthe oftbe
the Methodist Episcopal Epl eofHlI Church hold a aconference aeoltereDCf
conference at the Metropolitan M E EChurch ECburch
Church Thursday afternoon led lo I by byBishop bYBIIbop b bBishop
Bishop Berry The afternoon service servicewan srvIcowas rvlco rvlcot
wan set t apart for ministers nnl tera only to toconfer toeenter
confer on the plans and purpose purpo Ql of oCthe oCthemovement the themovement tIremovement
movement Dinner was served in the thechurch thechuJth thechurch
church parlors p rlor at G oclock attended by byISO b
ISO men menThe menThe
The service at night was conducted by byBishop
i Bishop Berry Berr Addresses were delivered deliveredby dellvorPdI
I by Bishop Anderson and O Dr C M 11I MQoodell
Qoodell of Now York Bishop Cfcanaton Cfcanatonalso ctanatonako Ctanztonabe
I also took part in the service llervlc The Rev U V J JW JI
I W R It Sumwalt District Dl trlel superintendent superintendentwas
was w as naturally the leading spirit rit in the theconference theconforence
c conference having Ulvtn planned tor 6r r every v ad advwiee adnee
vwiee y rnec nee detail Covenant cards were wereI weresIgned
I signed a by many in the audience au lenae pledg pledging pledgInr ¬
ing l og to reestablish the family 1mll altar at attendance attendanee ¬
tendance t endane upon the midweek service and andto andto
to t o become a itositive force area in personal personalevangelism perlIOnalovangellsm
evangelism e It in l also part p rt of the cov covenant cov8D1tnt ¬
enant o nant to promote attendance upon the theregular thoresular
regular r services of the th church Two Twoagreed Twohundrfd
hundrfd h and fifty Methodist laymen 1ymJagreed laymengreed
a agreed to this covenant covenantOn covenantOn v vOn
On Sunday evening Dr Weddorapoon Weddorapoonwill Weddo poon poonwill
will w ill present Dt the concluding sermon s6rp1on in inthe Inthe
the series on Pillars of firoV tIre firoflro Jbo tlio sub subject subject subeet ¬
ject j eet being A tried and true tru official officialan officiali
i an a n application of incidents In tho life of ofDaniel QCDantel ofaniel
Daniel D aniel to presentday conditions This Thisseries Thislliertes
lliertes series s of Sunday evening eeenIn sermons has hasextended baaI
I extended e et through six weeks and has at attracted atraded 1 1traetecl ¬
tracted t increasing congregations at All Allservices flUsemeee allervices
services s Dr Wedderspoona ptfatorate ptfatorateat Pl ltOntte ltOntteat
at a t Foundry dates only from October Q i iand 1 1and 1nd
and a nd an Increase in membership and at attendance nttendanee ¬
tendance t to already alr apparent apparentBAPTIST aJlUeft1BAPTIST
At the Fifth Baptist Church on Wednes Wednesday Wodneday ¬
day d y evening eenln December II the Men MenLeague MonLeape Mons
League had one of the most successful successfulmeetings BueefulmeetJnp succeseuimeetings
meetings in its history hlet ry Dr Barker Barkerphysical Barkerlllca1 BarkeryskmI
physical p yskmI advisor of President Pre ident Taft Taft made madeam mAdeI
lllca1 am I excellent oxce1lentaddna address on Contentment ContentmentTen
Ten en new members Joined A nice nl o collec collection 001100Uon uohlooies ¬
tion t ies was taken to aid the committee of ofCbjr orC ofCtjstma
Cbjr C Ctjstma itmas tJ baskets in providing Pf vidlng tho meant mean meant meango meantto
to t o aid 100 families familiesThe tamlll tamlllThe famIliesThe
The Christmas entertainment commit committee commlttet ¬
tee t ee to busy preparing for two Christmas Christmasentertainments Chriat ChriatontertalnmentJI Christmuntertainments
entertainments e at the main church and andchapel aoclehapel
chapel c during the week following fo1l0vtR Christ Christmas Chri8tIn8 Christm ChristOn ¬
mas masOn In8 In8On m
On next Sunday evening vn Pastor John JohnB rohnBriggs ohn ohnE
B Briggs a will preach on Heavenly vie recognition reeop1Uon viegnttIon ¬
ognition o this being th the last In tho thoseries thoseries theeries
series s eries of six sermons on Thing bln toJ to topome toome
pome J p ome me or my life aDd the future futurew1lat futurew1latAt what whatAt
At Metropolitan Baptist Ba UBt Church l hurchf Sixth Sixthand Sixthand
and a nd A streets northeast nort It of wl which whicit c John JohnCompton JohnCompton JohnCompton
Compton Ball to pastor the Young Peo Peoples Peoples Poepies ¬
ples Society held its annual nuRJ meeting meetingTuesday meet1ftTuelWlar
Tuesday evening and elected the follow following followinK foilewng ¬
inK i ng officers for 1911 President Pre Miss JU Em Erama Emma Emma
ma GoschWsky vice president Mr MrCharles MrCbarlea lr lrCharles
Charles Steward secretary MiSK IStnma IStnmaGardner KmlnaGardner 1mrnaGardner
Gardner treasurer tr r Mr Ir Clifford Woer Woertendyke Wotatendyke Woerendykn
tendyke t and pianist piauintMIss Miss Nannie Heflhx HeflhxThe 1Ia 1IaI UeflhtThe
I The annual meeting of Ute Ui Bible school schoolwas leholwas schoolwas
was held on Wednesday edDellday evening evont aad the thereport thereport thereport
report for the past year was very ery en eneoura encouraging
couraging eoura nc revealing rOo Jtnc over 1100 volumes volumeaIn
in i n the library Ubrar a largo Increase in the thoaverap theaverage
average attendance attendanoe and splendid contri contributions contt1buttou ¬
butions The following ofBoars were werechosen w werechosen e echOl I
chosen J for Ill Superintendent John F FBolen FBolen FBoles
Bolen first assistant tant superintendent superintendentB K KB Ie IeB
B Shaver second assistant tattt superintend superintendent ¬
ent Miss Jennie GUlman uut third assistant assistantsuperintendent IlAlitntsuperintendent assistantsuperintendent
superintendent Mka M II Mary M Battles Battleshome Battlebome Battleshome
home department Mrs S E Phillips Phillipstreasurer Phillipstreasurer
treasurer tr r Mr James O Peed secretary secretaryMr efJe14rYFred >
Mr Fred Thompson librarian Mr Ste Stephcn Ste Stephon e eithen
phcn Hamilton T and precentor Mr all Gilbert allbftl Oilbert ¬
bert Clark ClarkOno ClarkOne
Ono of the encouraging features of the thepast UtepUt thepest
past year is the growing gr wmJ number of class classorganizations 011188oJpllzatlol18 classOflIZt1Ofl1
organizations with a view ew to training in inpractical ta tapractlCfil irpractical
practical Christian work The Gilbert Gilbertclass GtlbortCIUlL Gilbertclaas
class CIUlL numbering fifty ftft fiftythree throe ladles and andtaught I Itaught
taught by Deacon Asa L L Gilbert leads leadsin lead leadsIn
in this work visiting sick and poorf pOOl poorre poorrehieving re relieving re ¬
lieving 1I8vtn distress conducting cot uctlnf meetings at atthe attho atthe
the Jail f The Baraca Ba ac clas class for men menwith men mobwith
with fifty members taught by lIon Cv CvW C V VW
W Hamlin of Missouri Is outgrowing
Its quarters and eagerly looks forward to tothe tothe t tthe
the erection of the new church building bul1dlngTho buildingThe
The Ladies Aid Society of the Randle RandleHighlands RandleHlshJand RandicHighlands
Highlands Baptist Church has Just closed closeda I Ia
a bazaar which resulted in some material materialfinancial matera1ftnanelal materialfinancial
financial aid and an awakening of inter interest Inter68t laterost ¬
est in that church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The Young Peoples meeting meetin at Mount MountTabor MountTabor L LTabor
Tabor Baptist Church was led last Sab Sabbath Sa SahaUl Sabbath ¬
bath by one of the new members Mr MrClarence MrClarence MrClarence
Clarence Fox who gave an interesting interestingtalk Interestingtalk Interestinitalk
talk on Righteousness RI htoouanoll8 Miss Florence FlorenceButler FlorenceButler FloroncButler
Butler and Mrs G W McCullough are arenow arenaw artnow
now training < the children for the Christ Christmas Christma Christman ¬
man festival festivalRev feetlvalRev festivalRev
Rev Dr Samuel H H Greene pastor > of ofthe ofthe o ft f
the Calvary Baptist Church has just justEntered justentered jus jusjntered t
Entered upon Ida thirtysecond year in inthe Inthe Ii 1 1the
the pastorate po > torate at Calvary The annual annualstatement annu annua3tatemet l lstatement
statement of the church for the year ear Just Justcloned justclo jus t tclosed
cloned ecl shows a total membership n18IIlbershlp of ofTb 1SJ6 1SJ6The i iTheSunday
Tb The TheSunday Sunday school which is 1one one of the thelargest thelarx tb 0 0largest
largest larx st In the country enrolls 2434 in its itshome Itahome itt B Bhome
home membership 3S2 38 in memorial mem membership membonblp mombetship ¬
bership and 101 Chinese Tho aggro aggrogate aggrogat aggrogate
gate gat receipts rec lpls from church and schools schoolsfor schoolsfor 5 5for
for the year was 4600l16 4006316 The total totalbenevolences totalbenevolonces tota Vt Vtbenevolences
benevolences of this church were werens 1S 1S61tI
61804 Such a showing would indicate indicatethat IndlCAtothat lndicatthat
that Dr Greene is not only entitled to the thedistinction tb tbdistinction
distinction of dean of the active pas pastors pastors pustors ¬
tors of Washington churches but quite quiteas qultoas quit 0
as much may be raTed as ono of the thevery thevery Lb Lbvery e
very successful succf Sful > preachers in the Baptist Baptistdenomination BapUftdenomination t tdenomination
denomination denominationAt
At tjtf t t1 Second Baptist the Bap Baptist BapUst Baptist ¬
tist Young Y ung Peoples Union gathered for fo foa fora
a social evening bn Tuesday There was wasa wasa wa
a business bu lness session su lonroports reports were heard heardplans heardplans I
plans laid for the year and officers were wereelected wereelected war a
elected as follows President Mr J JWalter JWaJter 3 r
Walter Edelln Robert E E Janson vice vicepresident vIcepresident vie viepresident C
president Miss M Alphonza Kendrick Kendricksecretary Kendricksecretary Kendricitsecretary
secretary Mrs S F Perkins treasurer treasurerchairman troasurerchairman treasurerchairman
chairman of the devotional committee committeeGeorge committeeGeorge committecGeorge
George E Edelln educational committee committeeMiss oommlttee1Uas
Miss Nettle Holmes Holm membership com committee committee cornmittee V ¬
mittee Oscar W King flowej commit committee committee ¬
tee Miss Bessie Henderson i music com committee commlttee V ¬
mitten Miss Mf Ethel M Cobill social com committee committee cornmitto L ¬
mittee mitto Miss 111 Nora Cox committee on onjunior onjunior 0 U Ujunior
junior work Miss MI Jeanetto C TeacJium TeacJiumA Tea hum humA I IA
A class dM55 for young yo n men will he started startedon startedon starteon
on Sunday Sund at the time for the he Bible Bibleschool BIbleItChool Bibl Biblschool
school session son The minister will teaoh teaohtha tenohthe teao teaothe
the class classREFORMED clnasREFORMED class1EFORMED
At First FIrBtRQform F1rstRqforinil Reformeci l Church Rev RevBenner RevBenner ij3 ij3Benner
Benner of Baltimore Md occupied Tho Thopulpit tng tngpulpit tit C Cpulpit
pulpit last Sunday presenting pr ironUpg the t o cause causeof C81S0of caus ci ciministeriel
of mintatcrlcl l education while rfl ins inspastor th thpaatDr Lbpestot
pastor occupied the pulpit of the Einanu Einanud BinanuReforpred manu manucl
d t Reformed Church In Baltimore pre presentlng prCOO prCOOscnt1ng presentlng
sentlng the same cause c use there thereThe thoreTho thereTli
The Tli pastor is preaching a series e IQs of ad advent adv advent ¬
vent v nt sermons on flTho The reincarnation retnc rnatlon of ofChrist otC1rlst c d dChrist
Christ the essence of Christianity ChristianityThe Christlanlty1ThtMenlII ChrIstianityThe
The ThtMenlII Mens Bible class held its quarterly y
business and social meeting in tho par parsonage parsonage parV parnonage ¬
V sonage last Monday Monda evening ov nlng >
Tha rh new Christian Endeavor Society SQcletyhl SQcletyhlthis Soeiet In Inthis I n nthis
this church organized under the leader leadership leadorshlp leadership
ship of Mr Drury representative ol th the C i
District D istrict Christian Endeavor Union is isstarting IsstartJng
starting s out auspiciously u plelously The first meet meeting meetInS ¬
InS i n lost Sunday at 7 p 1 nu m was onoour onoouraging aneOUrallns
aging agingWednesday allnsWtdnesday a ging
Wednesday evening the board b oard arranged arrangedto ar angod angodto
to t o howrsA ho series of services during the theweek thowo theeek
week wo w eek k beginning with tho first Oratof of tho year yearThose yearThOH
Those T Ires are to be union services in con conjuncU
junctipn juncU j n with tho < oncordia Church ChurchPRESBYTERIAN ChurchPRESBYTERIAN
At t New York Avenue A venuo Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrCilbrterfnnChurch
Church C hurch Rev R v George A A Johnston Ross RossD ROlliD
D D of BrynMawr will preach both bothmorning bothmornlnl
morning m orelng and evening next Sunday Sunda Dr DrRoss DrR DrOes
Ross R u wits one of the leading Posbyto Posbytorian POi b to torlnn
rian r ica minsterg minster of England EnglandI H pastor in inCambridge InCambridge
Cambridge In connection wIth VIQ tliO 110 great urentuniversity lPetltuD1ver greatniversity
university uD1ver u tty there and of distinction in inliterary inlItemry
literary li terary circles He was persuaded about abouttwo aboutwo
I two t wo years ago by a very ery flattering t1tterln offer offerto offerI
I to t o take pastoral charge of tho Presbyte Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyteica ¬
rian r ica Church at t BrynMawr Pa a awealthy Itwealth aealthy
wealthy wealth w ealthy and beautiful suburb of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Phllaolphin ¬
delphia d olphin He is just now considering an anearnest 11earnest
earnest e solicitation to a university unlver tty pro professorship profeaorahlp proessorshtp ¬
fessorship f in Canada Dr Radcliffo will willexchange willexchangc willxchange
exchange e pulpits l with Dr Ross and also alsoin alson
I in i n the evening preach the Christmas Chr lbMti ser sermon Mrmon sirV ¬
mon m on to the young YOU K ladles of BrynMawr BrynMawrWomens BrynJIawromona BrynMawrWomens V
Womens omona Collage CollageThe Col101JoThe CollegeTire
The Sunday school of the Central Pros Profrbyterlan Prosbytorlan Prosyterian
byterlan b Church at Third and I streets streetsnorthwest strietsorthwest triebinorthwt
northwest n will hold its annual Christ Chrjstmasgiring Christmangiving t tm
masgiring m exercises on Wednesday De December De December Docomber ¬
cember St 21 at 72o p m It is to be a giv giving glYlug v vIDe ¬
lug exercise uercl e and each parson is expected expectedto
to t o bring some gift < that is to be sent t to toless tolea
less l ess fortunate ones This year the gifts giftswill gtr gtrwtU giftswill
will bo sent to the Home and School of ofFredertekslHirg orFrederleksburK ofFrederieksburg
FredertekslHirg Va the orphange at atLynchborg atLynchburg atLyncbburg
Lynchburg Va the Greafell Mission tatoJI in inLabrador InLbmdor hrLbmdor
Lbmdor and the Central Union Mis Mission MIslon ¬
sion s lon of Washington WashingtonThe WulU WashingtonTire n nThe >
The Sunday school of the Central Pres Presbyterian Preshterlan Prosyterlan
byterian h Chapel at Thirteenth and Mon Monroe Monroo Mono ¬
roe r o streets atr streetanorthwezt northwest will hold a Christ Christmasgiving Cbrt8tmh1ng Christamagiving ¬
masgiving exercise on Tuesday Toe day De December De DeQomber Diomber ¬
cember c 28 at 710 7 p m The objects for forwhich torwhieh forwhich
which this giving Ivlne will be made are ihe ihesame he heame e eMIne
same s ame as at the Central Church ChurchAt ChurebAt ChurchAt
At the Metropolitan Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrMbyterlanChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church on Monday evening next Judge JudgeIvory JuckeI Judgevory
Ivory i vory iG Kimball will deliver a lecture il illustrated nhuated IIusuated ¬
lustrated l with stereopticon views on onThe onThe onPhi
I The Panama Canal The eruption at atMount atMount atMount
Mount Pelee and The li destruction of ofSi DCI ofSi
Si Pierre Thi This is an open meeting meetingunder mHtlasunter meetingunter
unter the auspices aulI of the Mens Mfft s Club of oft OfUte ofhe
I t Ute he e Metropolitan JhtroP Utan Church and Judge JudgeKimball JudareKimbaJJ JudgeKimball
Kimball will speak from rein firsthand ob observation ob obnratJon ohervatlon ¬
servation s nratJon made m during his recent tour in inthe Intile Inthe
the Antilles and on the isthmus isthmusAt iatbmuat istbmusAt
At t its regular meeting tlD on last Wednes Wednesday Wedaesday Wednesday ¬
day morning the Society tety of th the Covenant CovenantWM CoftDfttwu
WM given an opportunity to hear of the theBdintxtrgh tbeEdJnbarah thedInburgh
Bdintxtrgh Missionary Conference in the theddress theaddress
address of Mrs Mr Wallace Radcliffe At Atthe Attb Atthe
I the tb dose of the meeting m tJn which was waslargely wuy warnargely
l largely y attended IItt ndfd by the ladle of the theChurch tMChurch theChurch
Church of the Covenant coffee eo ee was wasserved 1U 1Uaervd waserved
served At 746 74 p n the regular r monthly monthlymeeting monthlymeettn monthlymocUng
meeting meettn < of the evening branch of ofthe oftheZ v the theSociety theS
Society S Z clety of the Covenant was u held in the vhechapel thecbapel thethnpel
chapel chapelLUTHERAN cbapelLUTHERAN thnpelLUTIIERAN
Rev Dr Frederick G GotwuW Gotwdldtbe the thegeneral theijoneral
general 1 secretary of the Lutheran Board Boardcf Bovdc Boardof
cf c PAueaUonM1tl Education jvill address the congrega congregation ean eanUon congregatIon ¬
tion at Luther Place Memorial at U UOclock UoclOCk Uoclock
Oclock Sunday In the evening v ftlng Dr Got Gotwald Ootwald Gotreid
wald will speak before the congregation congregationof CGft Uon Uon8f
of St Marks Mult Lutheran Church ChurchSunday ChurchSunday ChurchSunday
Sunday evening at S oclock Rev Lloyd LloydC LloydC LloydC
C Douglas Douel rafttor nr f the t M Luther Place PlaceMemorial Place1Imorta191 PlaceMernortal
Memorial 1Imorta191 > wfil 1 deliver the last lecture I of ofa ofA ofa
a series of oflilluitrated I illustrated Advent Studies StudiesThe Studt Studt11M StudiesThe
The theme will be The Religious World Worldt Workat Worldat
at t the Time of the Coming of Christ ChristPrevious Cbrt8tProvloU8 ChritPrevious
Previous lectures have dealt with the thepolitical thepoliUl1 thepolitical
political and social state of the world at atthe Rtthe atthe
the time of the advent adventTho adventrho adventrho
rho Ladies Aid Society 5oc ty of Concordia ConoordiaChurch ConcordiaCburch concordiaChurch
Church corner of Twentieth and am G Gstreets Gstr6ets Gstreets
streets invited Invlt d its members and friends friendsWednesday friendaYednaday
Wednesday afternoon to its annual annualChristmas ftnUllII annualChristmas I
I Christmas coffee A large UUlC number re responded re repondcd responded ¬
sponded between the hours of 2 and 6 6oclock 6oclock 6oclock
oclock indulging In a most enjoyable enjoyablekaffea eDJorablokafett enjoyablekaffe
kaffea kaffe klatch around the long tables tablesset tablet tablesset
set t throughout the length of the chapel chapelA
A few musical numbers a recUation and andsinging andatnctng andt
singing of wellknown Christmas hymns hymnsby hymnsby t
by the assembly formed a part of the theentertainment thoontertamment theentertainment t
entertainment Mrs Louis F Schneider Schneiderthe Seh Schneiderthe a elder elderthe
the wife of a former pastor of the thechurch thechurclt thechurch
church divided honors with 1th Mrs Fred FredSteinle FredStltnle FredSteinle
Steinle for forty years treasurer of the thesociety theocJoty thesociety
society as the special guest of the occa occasion OCCfsion oem oemzion ¬
sion The president ldPnt of the Ladies Aid AidMrs AldlIra AidMrs
Mrs Sophie Veerhoffi closed a happy happyaddress happynddrou happyaddress
address with the announcement that a anow anow n nnow
now gas range would be installed in the theparsonage thepllrSonace theparsonage
parsonage to Insure the t successful issue issueof f88ueof Issueof
of the generous Christmas turkey pro provided provlc1ed proelded ¬
vided by the ladies At dusk the Christ Christmas Chriatmaa Christman
man tree was lighted and after further furthercelebration furthercelebration furthezcelebration
celebration the guests departed taking takingwith takingwith takln taklnwith
with them the happy spirit of Christmas Christmaswhicn Cbrlstmaswhlcn I Iwhlcn
whlcn had so abundantly pervaded thrf thrfentertainment thdentertabunent thc thcntertabpient
entertainment of the Concordians ConcordiansRev CODCOrdtallSRev ConcordiansRev
Rev D E Wiseman eman pastor of the theChurch theChurch tb tbChurch
Church of Our Redeemer has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom I Ifrom
from Now Borne N Q c where he wont wontto wontto L Lto
to baptize baptl o the infant son of Dr and Mrs MrsP Mrsp MrsP
P C Jackson JacksonNEWS JacksonNEHS JacksonNEWS
If IfOwIng
Owing to tit the he V vary Inadequate quarters quartersof S Sof
of tho th Young Yotln Womons Christian Asso Association Aoclotton Ansoelation ¬
j elation nearly all the social aoeia events aro aroheld aNheld an r rheld
held outside the executive building buildIng On Onlast 011last 01 I Ilast
last Wednesday Wednesda evening Mrs J B Ken Kendall Kendall Kendali ¬
dall 1S 1814 Connecticut avenue aV Due one of 0 ofth the thedirectors thedircctorS i idlrectozh
directors opened her horpeN home o the ute utenow tJ 250 250new 2 0 0now
now members who came in during Sep September September Septernber ¬
tember October Qctober etober and November November Social Socialgames Socialgames I Igames
games acquaintance hour and an ex explanation explanation oxplanatlon ¬
planation of the association workings workingswas workingswas S Swas
was given by Miss US5 Florence 2L Bonni Bonnicomprl uonnl uonnlcomprl t tcornpris
comprl sA the evenings entertainments entertainmentsThis ont entertainmeibThis rtalnme 1b 1bThis
This is the first of a a series of member membership mmborship membership ¬
ship socials which are to be held in PrIvate pri private r1 r1vate ¬
vate residences during dunn the winter winterMembers winterMembers V VMembers
Members and friends 1rIen s of the Young Younj g
Womens Christian Association are in invited Invited Ipvited ¬
vited to attend vesper 7e per service on Sunday Sundayat Sunda y yat
at 416 at the Church of tho Ascension AscensionA L LA
A choir of seventy children will parti patticipate participate particIpate ¬
cipate Rev 3 Honnlng Nelms the rem rector rec rector remtor ¬
tor will preach the sermon There will willbo wfllbe wii tl tlbe
be no service s rvlce at the Y W V C A rooms roomsUNITARIAN roomsUIT roorneUNfTARJAySER
Miss Harriett J Litton president prast ont of ofthe orthe o f ftIre
the Equal Suffrage Association Aseoc1at1 n of the theDistrict tbeDItrfct Ui C CDistrIct
District of Columbia will apeak k at the theUnitarian theUnitarian Ui e eUnitarian
Unitarian Church tomorrow night ni ht at n tt tt7Z0
720 subject Tho ethical basis of tho thowomans tl10wonana tIl 0 0womans
womans rights movement Tho Th t Young YoungPooplos YoungPooplos You YouPeoples
Pooplos Religious Union invite all iu iutorostod lutor hitorostod
tor torostod tod to attend attendf attendAT attendTHE
In the cpurso cpuSo cpur of Sunday night night lectures lecturesnow ioaturosnow loaturo S Snow
now being delivered doUverooot at the New CMirch CMirchin Ch ch chIn I IIn
in this city elt by the Rev Dr Frank FrankSowall FrantSowaU I ISowall
Sowall on Swedenborgs message 1T1 O to toproeontrlay toprOiJOntfJt t 0 0prcsantvilay
proeontrlay science and religion the thelecture thelecture Ui Va Valoctur
loctur lecture naxt t1 Xt Sunday evening will treat treatof troatof tru t tof
of Swedonborgs Sweq nbo s influence on modern modernphilosophy modernhJIosoph n nphilosophy
philosophy > referring especially to hIs hIsI hi a
Influence on Goethe and Kant This Thlslec Thlslecture hoc lecture hocturo ¬
ture vabvdelivercd by Dr Sowall In IhLondon lbLondon j
London V In the session s of the Sweden Swedenborg Swadenborg Swedenborg
borg Congress devoted to philosophy philosophyover pbi1ophyoyer plrIloophyover
over which b l1f I < f pregjded pregjdedCHRISTIAN pre precldodIiiIS7I4K Jdod Jdodk1UStlA1V <
The Gunton Temple Presbyterian PresbyterianChristian PresbyterianChristian PresbyterianChristian
Christian Endeavor Society with the theaid tMaid th thaid
aid of some of its friends frlen has made up upa upa upa
a barrel of clothing bedding food and andother andother andother
other useful articles arUcl to enable an invalid invalidyoujig InvalidY9W1g InvalidyIwlg
youjig man and his aged mother living llvtngi1 livingui j jmthc
mthc i1 the mountains of South SouthCarollna Carolina to topass topass topass
pass the winter more comfortably The Thecase 1hecase Thecase
case is reported rePOlted by missionaries m in that thatlocality thlltlocality thatlocality
locality as a most worthy one tho xguns xgunsman yung yungman ng
1 man having been confined to his betfefor betfeforyears be beforyears tor toryears
years yearsConsiderable yearsConsiderable I IConsiderable
Considerable interest IntorOllI Is I being mani manifested manltestetl manifosteti ¬
fested by the societies In the efficIency effloianeycontest efficIencycont91 efficiencycontest
contest announced last we week fc and a anumber anumber aumber
number n have already declared their in intention Intontion Inention ¬
tention t of competing Chevy Chosie Bap Baptist Baptist Balist ¬
tist fi st Society was tho first to vote officially officiallyto
to t o enroll on roll and John Davis of Ninth NinthStreet NinthStroot Ninthtreet
Street S treet Christian Intermediate Society Societywas Societywn
was wn w 0 the first society president to respond respondIn
In i n Wiling WilingNext TfUng TfUngNext TltIflgNext
Next Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock oclockthe oclockthe ocloekire
the t ire Junior Society of St S1 Pauls PaulLuth Lutheran LutheranChurch Lutheranhurch n nChurch
Church C hurch will hold their Christians cuter eiltertalnmont Ohteralnmont cuterainment
t talnmont at the church The programme programmewill prommmewill programmevill
will i include exercises exorc le > by members of the thesociety thesoolety theociety
society s solos by Miss Blizabeth John Johnson Johnson Johnon ¬
son s on and Miss Irma Kloepplng and a achalk aeMIl ahalk
chalk c halk talk by Miss 11 Joanna Ba nNtTl1ere nNtTl1erewill Best L There Therewill Therevili
will i vili also he a novel Christmas tree treecalled treecalled treealled
called c the Tree of Promise PromiseKendall Pr PromiseKendall ml e e1ondaJl
Kendall Baptist Endeavor Society has haserected haaerected hasfocted
erected e the following officers Miss Ger Gertrude Gertrudo Oarrade ¬
trude t Alexander Alsander president Allan C CMuddlnaan CMuddlmnp CMudduman
Muddlnaan vio vi president William Rog Rogers Rogers Bogra ¬
ers e ra recording rocordln secretary Miss Fannie FannteBowler Fann FannBowler FannieBowler
Bowler corresponding o secretary G GTurner GTuner
Turner Corder treasurer Miss U Bthil BthilThrift Eth EthIThrift l lThrJtt V
Thrift organist and chairmen of com committees committees ¬
mittees Misa Vnna nM E Muddlman Muddlmanprayer Muddlmanprayer Muddimanprayer V
prayer meeting Him Mabel Davis to toctal 16Clal soiii
ctal c iii MIA Serena Haygood mlalo missionaryAllan missionary missionaryAllan 1L1Y 1L1YAUan
Allan C Mwddiman lookout lookoutThe lookoutThe lookoutThe
The society recently organized at the UieFirst theIPtrat theI
First Reformed C Church urcl1 has elected as aspresident upresident I
president Miss MI Marie ISlminger Miss MissHidle 1U 1UBldle t
Hidle Schutntmpf vice president pr lti Mia MtasMaggie M MMaggio Miar r
Maggie Bakersmlth DakoralDt treasurer trouurer Miss MissClara tU tUClaro r
Clara Raftsman Mln recording secretary and andMiss andMias antIMiss I
Miss Mabel Belmckc oorraspondiog siec siecretarv c
A conference to consider tho extension extensionof extenalonof
of Christian Endeavor in the colored coloredchurches ooloradchurcbes
churches will be held Monday evening eveningat
at a t Lincoln Temple Tem le Congregational Church ChurchA
A number of pastors are to give gl gin five flveralnute ftveminute
minute talks OR Wfet Christian En Endeavor Bnd Eudearer ¬
dearer d Tor is I doing In my church and sopte soptefeatures iIOtnefMtur sogiefeatures
features fMtur of Karl Lehmanns recent r ent cam campaign eampa1 campaign ¬
paign n will be oresentad oresentadThe ur uresentodTire t6d t6dTbe
The Brookland Ba Baptist > Ut t Society Sodot chose chosethis chosethis e eth18
this week three new officers Mis MS hU Elide EMeLord ElideLord ElsieLord
Lord corresponding secretary Miss MM MMMlltington lIUJlnutnAton MegMflhngon
Mlltington pianist and Mr Mkldlekauff Mkldlekauffdelegate Middlekautlaepta MIddekauttdelegate
delegate delegateA aepta4A
4A A snowball social WM held last lastnight Jaatnlaht lastnight
night at St Pauls Paul Lutheran Church by byth b bthe bythe
th the Intermediate In medtat Christian Endeavor E So Sociaty So Soclety Soclety
clety ciatyThe cletyThe
The following oJttcer o4llcerg have been elected electedby electedby electedby
by the he newly Jlewl organised society of tho thoConcordla thoCon theCon
Concordla Con ordla erdua J Lutheran Church Miss Helen HelenTroiaeter HelenTrometer HelenTrornter
Troiaeter president t MISS Margaret MarpretRe18 MarpretRe18set Rolelager Role Relsbtger
lager set secretary and Miss Mae > a HOIst Heisttreasurer HOIsttroaaurer
treasurer treasurerRepresentatives troaaurern treasurerBepresentstivos
n Representatives entattvt1l from several severa ef the theChristian theCbriltttan theChristian
Christian Endeavor societies aodetI of the col coli colored eelintl
i ored churches are meeting weekly for tormlaion formission
I mission study under uDd < the leadership of ofi ofMss ofMiss
i Miss Emma B B Hall of Nineteenth Street StreatB StreotDap StreetBaptist
B Baptist pl llt t Church Their textbook U Tho The ThoUpward Thejpward
Upward 1 Wrd Path and members of the thedass thedasspLtn class classpUn classplan
pUn to organize classes c In their own so societies 110 110eJtUeil sodefies ¬
defies in January JanuaryCATHOLIC JanUfY JanUfYCATHOLIC JantYCATHOIJC
The Third Sunday SuDda League composed of ofliO
liO 1 h men will ttond the 7 oclock mass massin BNl BNlIv mascin
in St Aloysius Church tomorrow morn mornmg mornlac mornlug
mg and receive their Ua 1r monthly JDOIIUtI com communion COIIIQ cernmurilon ¬
munion Q There will be congregational ce congregationalsinging oengregJUkmalstaging tl oa1Iac
staging Iac at this th m m as and a short sermon sermonby MnDOI1by sermonby
by the rectory raetor1tIV Itev Bugono o D De L Mc McDonnell MeDonHiI McDoiriell ¬
Donnell S S J who organised the league leagueTho lequeTho leagueThe
Tho sermon at the high mass tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomarrow ¬
row will b bfI preached by Rev David J JRoche JRoche JRoche
Roche S S J and at rorapliae by Rev RevDavkl RovDavkI RevDvkl
Davkl Hillhonse Duel S S J JChristmas JChrl8tmu JChrIstmas
Christmas Day will be ushered in at AtSl atSt I ISt
St St Aloyctur AIo Church with a solemn raid raidnight mldD rnWnht
night D ht mass at which the sanctuary sanctuarychoir sanctuarytbotr sanctuarychoir
choir under the direction of Mr Glenn GlennW GlennW Glennw
W Ashley 8hlty will render a beautiful Christ Christmas Chrf8tmu Christmis ¬
mas programme pro une Rev Father McDon McDonnell McDonDell McDonneil ¬
nell will give a short bort sermon At 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock solemn I mn high mass ma will be cele celebrated eelebral eel eelhrated ¬
brated d in tho presence of his excellency excellencyMost oxce1l8BeYMCNIt excellencyMost
Most Rev Dtomsde Falconio apostolic apostolicdelegate aM apostolicdelegate > tolie tolied
delegate d lecato to the United States The Christ Christinas Ckrtstmas Christmas ¬
mas sermon will be delivered by Rev RevAloysius RevAloyafus RevAloysius
Aloysius P Brosnan S S J of George Georgetown Georptown Georgetown ¬
town University UniversityThe Ualvenlty1he Universityhe
The 1he he addition of ISO lEA electric tr1e lights m In the thesanctuary esanctuary thesanctuary
sanctuary will greatly aid in bringing out outthe outUae outthe
the artistic splendor of the Christmas Christmasdecorations Chr18tmudecoratJons Clwistmasdecorations
decorations In the basement of th thchurch the theclUlreh thechurch
church the Christmas crib depicting < in inlifelike Inlifelike InlUeIIke
lifelike manner the touching touchl scene In the thestable theslable thestable
stable of Bethlehem will be erected cr erectedThe < ted tedThe j
The crib use 1 been completely completely remodeled remodeledOn remodeledOn
On the afternoon of December U and andthe andthe andthe
the evenings e8nln of December SO and Decem December Deeember Docernher ¬
I ber 21 I The Fools Bauble Bauble a drama in inthree InI inthree
I three acts by Rev D J McCarthy eCarth S SJ SJ SJ
J will be presented by the students udents of ofGonzaga ofGonzaga ofGoazaga
Gonzaga Collage No effort or expense expensehas npensabas expensehas
has been spared to do credt credit to this mae masterpiece ma8ttrplcc maeterpiecp ¬
terpieceRevAugustus ttrplccRcAugu terpiece terpiecpRevfAugustua
RevAugustus RcAugu tUfi J Duarte S S J moder moderator moderator metierator ¬
ator of the Aloyslus Club has announced announcedthat annouD annouDthnt announcedthat
that a holiday sociable YU ill be given ven on onthe onthe onthe
the evening of December De omborO 28 to which all allof alloC allof
of the club members and their friends friendsare friendsare friendsare
are invited On the night ni ht following De December De Deccmber Docembor ¬
cember 3D ao Rev John B Pittar S J an announces announces announce ¬
nounces nounce a holiday moving picture enter entertainment entertftlnment entertntnment ¬
tainment tntnment the programme of which will willinclude wtItInclude willincludevlews
include includevlews views of the Eucharistic Euehart tk Congress Congressat
at Montreal the consecration of St Pat Pafcricks pa parieks Patricks
ricks Cathedral the Irish reel the prodi prodigal prodlsal prodigal ¬
gal son and other special speclalfectturas speclalfectturasThe features featuresThe footur footurThe
The Christmas ordinations for this arch archdiocese archdIocese archdiocese ¬
diocese will 111 take place this morning in inSt InSt inSt
St Marys Seminary S mlnary in Baltimore Car Cardinal1 Cardinal Cardinal ¬
dinal r Gibbons will 111 be the officiating prel prelate prelate prelate ¬
ate and nd among the ordandi v1H iil be cant candidates eandldateS cantdates ¬
dates from the Catholic University and andApostolic andApostolic andApostolic
Apostolic Mission House Hou e as follows Rev RevMlohael Re RefUchael Revtiehael
Mlohael Omullane of the diocese e of Al Alton AIton Alton ¬
ton Ill Rev William McNally McNall and Rev RevWiUiam RevWilliam Revwiui
William wiui Ignatius McCarthy of the arch archdiocese archdiocese archdiocese ¬
diocese of Philadelphia from the Catholic CatholicUniversity CatholicUntverolt CatholicUniversity
University Untverolt Rev Joseph Verheijen of Og Osdensburg Ogdensburg Ogdensburg
densburg and Rev John Holland Whit Whltaker Whitaker Whitrtker
aker of Providence students from the theApostolic theApostoIlc theApostolic
Apostolic Mission House to be raised to totho totho tothe
tho priesthood Mr William Hemmick of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city who has been taking his theo theological theological theelogical ¬
logical course at the university will be bemade bemade bemade
made subdeacon Rev Carl Ritchie and andRev andRev andRev
Rev F H KOhlengrlnk of the university universityleft university10ft universityheft
left last week for tho West and will be beordained beordaIned beordained
ordained In St St Louis to which diocese diocesethey dioceseth diocesethey
they th y belong Father Fath r McCarthy is a con convert convert convort ¬
vert to the faith fa JUl having been for many manyyears mllnyYeftrs manyyears
years a clergyman of the Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpIscopalChurch
Church Very Rev A P Doyle C C S S P Prector Prector Prector
rector of the Apostolic Mission House Hoitsewent Honsewent Housewont
went to Baltimore yesterday to assist as ist In Inthe intho Inthe
the ordination ceremonies today todayTwo todRYTwo todayTwo
Two hundred and fifty children rlll re receive ro roceive rocalve ¬
ceive their first holy communion next nextSaturday nextSaturday nextV nextSaturday
V Saturday morning at St Dominics DominicsChurch DominicCburch DominicsClurcb
Church Clurcb Rev J R R Meaghor M ch r 0 P prior priorof priorof priorof
of St St Dominics Church will officiate at atthe atthe atthe
the services which will be most impres impressive impressive Impresaim ¬
sive The he children of the class range in inage Inage inage
age mostly from ten to thirteen years yearsas yearsas oan oanfi
as has long been the custom in InEngUBh InEngUBhspooklns inEngllshSpOttking English Englishspoaklng
spoaklng countries In accordance with withthe withtht withthe
the recent decree of Pone Pius X XFather XFather XFather
Father Meagher Mca her would have admitted the thechildren thecHildren tireclriidren
children of seven S V1n years and over to the theclass theclass theclass
class but it was whs found impracticable to toprepare toprepare toprepare
prepare them by Christmas so the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger children will form another class classthat classthat chasethat
that will make their first communion in inthe Inthe inthe
the spring when tho decree becomes becomesbinding becomesbinding becomesbinding
binding on the pastors ojt o churches churchesCardinal chureb08Cardinal churchesCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons came to tho city cityThursday cityThursday cityThursday
Thursday to make the invocation at the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace conference and was was the guest of ofRev otRev ofRev
Rev William T 1 Russell Russe at St St Patricks Patricksrectory Patrlcksrectory V Vrectory
rectory until yesterday noon when he hereturned hereturned hereturned
returned to Baltimore BaltimoreVery BaltimoreVery V VV VVery V
Very Rev A P Doyle C S P I roe rector r roeVO C Cior ¬
VO tor of the Apostolic Mission House will willspend will111i willgpcn
spend 111i gpcn Christmas 4t In Baltimore and will
Notices for these thei the Vr columns shau should Id reach Th Herald office ofjc bv Z1 Pp 9 p ro ni Friday I J
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date at d the Church of St St Fnlncis FnlncisXavJer Fr FritncisXavier ncis ncisXavJer
XavJer in Baltimore and other assign assignments ftsslgnments assignmonte ¬
ments at the Mission House include Rev RevFather Re ReFather RevFather
Father BIrne tog to Oakland Mdi Md Father FatherHynae FatherHyn FatherByrne
Byrne Hyn Govanc Md Father Fathe McCarthy HcCarthyto
to t St St Anthonys Anthon i Bgookjand B okJand Father FatherSUrk FatherStark FatherStark
Stark SS PhIlip and James Bait Baltimore Ba1tlmore Baitmore ¬
more Father Quinn to Cumberland Cumliorlandaid Cumberlandl1d
aid and Father Brown to SL St Martins MartinsChurch MartinsChureb MartinsChurch
Church this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The annual exhibition ot vestments ve for forpoor forpoor forpoor
poor chorea ehureheg took place at the Convent Conventof
of the Perpetual Adoration JBst iast ast week belinnlnl beginning be beginning ¬
ginning Sunday and closing Tuesday Tuesdayevening 1uesdayevening Tuesdayevening
evening Mgr Thomas S Lee of St SLMatthews StMatthews StMatthews
Matthews Church officiated o ciated at the theblessing theblessinr theblessing
blessing of the vestments v tments on Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesdaynd Thedayand
and nd at the benediction service n1cc which fol followed fOIlowed followed ¬
lowed in the convent chapel chapelA
A housewarming and an musicale will be befclven 1elven behlen
fclven lven Tuesday afternoon and evening eveningfrom eyenlngtrom eveningfrom
from 4 until 10 oclock in the now quarters quarterswhich quartelwhich quarterswhich
which have been prepared by Mgr MgrMackln MgrMackin MgrMackin
Mackin for fo the sanctuary choir of St StPauls St StPauls StPauls
Pauls Church Fifteenth and V streets streetsThere streetsThere streetsThere
There will be a musical programme of ofhigh ofhigh ofhigh
high order in which the choir will be beassisted beasel beassisted
assisted asel ted by prominent local talent talentThe talentThe talentThe
The Dramatic Society Societ of St Patricksparish Patrlcksparish Patricks Pitricksparish
parish has volunteered volu red Its ts services for forthe torthe forthe
the benefit of the two suburban churches churchesSt churchesS1 churchesSt
St James at Mount Rainier and the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church of St St Francis de Sales at Lang Langdon Lnngdoniv Langdon
don Eev ov August Mark pastor They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will plasent P Sent the fouract comedy For ForOne ForOne ForOne
One Might ht Only On which they gave so sosuccessfully soucc sosucceaCully
successfully ucc tully in the early fall Messrs MessrsJohn Messr8John MessrsJohn i
John O Allen and Dennis E Connall be being beIng being ¬
ing In charge of the affair affairRev atralrRev affairRev
Rev Eugene DeL McDonnell S J Jrector 1reotor Jrector
rector of St Aloyslus loslus Church will be the thehost thehost thehost
host at a banquet to be tendered to the thesanctuary the8nctuary thesanctuary
sanctuary choir of the church Mr Glenn GlennW GlennW GlennW
W Ashley Ashle director next Thursday oven ovening oven1n ovenlug
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An enthusiastic enthu lftstic gathering gathorngassembled assembled in inthe Intho inthe
the Aula Maxima of McMahon Hall HallCatholic HallCatholic HallCatholic
Catholic University at the regular meet meetIng meetJng meetlug
lug of the Catholic Convert League After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the transaction of routine business the thegathering thesatherlng thegathering
gathering resolved itself into something somethingof s admethingof methlng methlngof
of an experience meeting Miss R Bissc Bisscof > isscl issclof scl sclof
of Mobile Moblle Mr Nolan and Mrs Mm Francis FrancisDe FrancisDc FrancisDe
De Sales Ryan of Washington made ad addresaes adidre addresses
idre dresses ae along the line of work ork of the theleague theleaguo theleague
league Mr J 3 E Colton presiding Plans Planswere Planswero Planswere
were also made for an annual banquet banquetand banquetI banquetand
I and a large public gathering at the next nextmeeting nextI nextmeoting
meeting meetingBROTEEEHOODS meetingi meotingBROTBYIRKOODS
I Tho regular monthly meeting of the theBrookland theI theV theBrookland
I Brookland Brotherhood wns held with withtho withthe withthe V
the Brookland Baptist Church Tuesday TuesdayDecember TuesdayDccember
i December 13 Mr W H H Smith gave gavehis gaveI gnvohis
I his most interesting Inter tlng and instructive ste stereoptlcon steII ate7 ate7reopticon
II reoptlcon lecture The voyage of the thebattle theI thebattle
I battle fleet from Hampton Roads to the thoGolden thf thfI theGolden
Golden Gate The attendance was un unusually uni Unusually ¬
i usually large and in the absence of ofPresident orI ofPresident
I President Frank H 1 Jackson Mr C F FTansill FTansill FTansill
Tansill presided The he brotherhood is a adistinctly adlstJncUy adistlncthy
distinctly undenominational organization organizationand
and is doing much ta promote a better betteracquaintance batteracqualntanCand betteracquaintance
acqualntanCand acquaintance and fellowship among the theProminent thenioa
men otnJl of all cnurcbos In that part ot the thecity
city cityProm1ncnt V
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faremost centers an headquartfrd and andplacing andpJaelng andplacIng
placing in charge of onch ach cb district trained trainedlaymen trainedla1mpn trainedlaymen
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In instruction truclion and direction dln etlon > cf missionary missionarywork nti nhleusionarywork sionary sionaryYork
work by b laymen lal 6D in their field The first flrstdistrict ftrstdistrict firstdistrict
district to be put into organized OI ised shape is isan isalt isan
an Atlantic coast one on with Rich Richmond mood as
headquarters A second one now nearly
in efficient shape i Is a Middle West WP t one onewith ontwith onewith
with Chicago as its center Other > r dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts are to be a Southwest one with
headquarters in Kansas Ka BU City a Nw V VEngland
England EnsJ nd one with 1th Boston to work from froma
a Pennsylvania P nnslvanla and Ohio one with Pitts PlttsI
I burg as headquarters and a a New York Yorkone
t bne one no that has headquarters > In the city of
that name name but does some general cnL1 work
A A little later the movement hopes to
have a district on the Pacific Paci Coast and andI
it already alr dy has one in Canada Laymen Laymenwno La1ncmwno Laynrnisflo
wno are put in charge are of a gradecommanding grade gradecommanding gradecommanding
commanding 2000 OOO to AOOO 3WO a year and andconsidered andconsidered andconsidered
considered competent to lead In an ag ¬
gressive campaign that shall command
the personal and financial support of fore foremost f foremost re remost ¬
most business bustn 68 and professional men of
the district Search Is s now making for forsuitable torsuitable forsuitable
suitable men for some of these thef e positions
Recognizing fully full the right > aDd duties dutiesof dutiesof dutiesof
of ministers and other officials the move movement movement movernent ¬
ment says sas it aims with these district
leaders l aders to supplement and to help In Institutes Institutes Inatitutea ¬
stitutes for laymen literature methods methodsand motl1odsand methodsand
and results are parts of the campaigns
The immediate purpose Is the increase of ofgifts orgifts ofgifts
gifts of America and Canada to foreign foreignmissions foreignmissions
missions but more and more the move movement movemont ¬
mont is l coming to be b of service to mis missionary missionary missionary ¬
sionary effort of all kinds kindsUnited kind kindUnlte kindUnited
United Unlte Brethern Dretl1ernEntertnln Dretl1ernEntertnlnThe Entertain EntertainThe EntertnlnThe
The first annual
entertainment and
so social soclaJ socml ¬
cial under un er the auspices aUSptC S of the pastors pastorsclass pastorsclass tors torsclass
class of the United Brethren Sunday Sundayschool Sunda Sundaschool Sundayschool
school North Capitol and R streets streetswhich stroetswhich streetswhich
which was given lven Wednesday Wedn evening in inthe inthe inthe
the chapel was a decided success suce Be Between Be Betwecn Between ¬
tween 200 and urn 303 members of the school schooland schooland Schooland
and their friends came out to enjoy
the hospitality of tho class Under the theleadership theleadership th thleadership
leadership of its teacher teach or Rev C E EFultz EFultz EFultz
Fultz the pastors class is steadily grow growing movInS growlag ¬
InS and it is proposed to make UrN en entcrtulnment entcrtlllnment ontertainment
tcrtulnment one of the annual social socialaffairs socialafralrs V Vaffairs
affairs of the church The programme programmewaa
was preceded by an n address of welcome welcomeby WGJeomoby welcomeby
by the theclnss class president Mr John B BEspey B BEspey BEspey
V ConprregationallslR ConprregationallslRThe Go nlregn tlonnlJlI1s tlonnlJlI1sThe
The incas Bfole t1e class 010 of Mount Pleas Pleasant PJoosant Pleasant ¬
ant Congregational Church hold its first flratsocial firstsocial fIrstsocial
social Wednesday Vodncsda evening Thoro was xraaa wasa wana
a good attendance and aside a idt from the thesocial thesocial thesocial
social interchange music and refresh rafreshments refreshmeats h hments
ments Newton M Little superinten superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
dent of the Sunday school and RQX R
Frank J Goodwin the pastor spoke on onthe onthe
the relation of the clas class to tho Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school und to church work Mr Good Goodwin Goodwin Goodwin ¬
win emphasized the need of tho mas m8S u uline uline uline
line element in church life and called calledattention callpnttcnUon calledattention
attention to the fact especially mant mantfest manlffst
feat in Mount Pleasant Church that the theproportion theproportion theproportion V
proportion of men among church mem members rnemhers ¬ J
bers is increasing He also pointed out outsome outsome outsome
some ways jn which such a class can be beof beor beof
of great help both bo h in the church and the thecommunity thecommunIty thecommunity V
community Rev Edwin M Yo Bliss la lapresident JBpresident ispresident
president of the class t

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