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l, TH vyVr J .- .. f. 'S5? i THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JUNE 25t 1904. fl 8T. JOSEPH MAN LIKELY TO BECOME PRESIDENT OF STATE ENDEAVOVERS THE REVEREND IRA LANDRITH. ARTHUR M'tAN. Secretary of the Religious Education As- President of the Foreign Missionary 80 soclation of Chicago. clety of Cincinnati Delegates' to the eighteenth annual con rention of the Missouri Christian En deavor Union are speculating; as to who will succeed Guy 'Withers as president of that orsanliatlcn. Mr. Withers has been offered another term, but business rea sons, apart from the repugnance to a third term, made him decline the honor, end as a. result It Is more than likely that tome delegate outside of St. Louis will be elected to the offlce next Monday. At present the contest Is on between F. W. Sweeney of St. Joseph and George W. Xiaske of St. Louis. For several reasons It la Intimated that the choice of the con Tentlon will fall upon Mr. Sweeney, who at present, la statistical clerk of the as sociation and a prominent member of the Congregational Church of this city. It Is said that no Congregationalism has held the presidency for several years and the delegates expressed themselves In fa yor of Mr. Sweeney because of this fact. Mr. Lubke Is a prominent business man of St. Louis and a member of St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church. An Important measure to be decided this morning Is a constitutional amend ment making the State conventions bien nial Instead of annual, as they now are. This measure has been defeated on two previous occasions, but there Is reason to believe that It will oass to-day. The meetings yesterday In the Second Baptist Church were well attended and the results of the several spiritual conferences were especially gratifying. After the meeting last night, the visitors were guests at a reception In the auditorium of the church, where light refreshments were served. Great preparations have been made for the religious exercises to-morrow. The chief meetings will be held to-morrow aft ernoon at Pilgrim Congregational Church and at the Central Y. M, C. A. All the foreign Christians at the "World's Fair have been invited to attend and many have signified their Intention of doing so. Some of the chief speakers during the convention before It will adjourn will be the Reverend Arthur McLean of Cin cinnati, president of the Christian For eign Missionary Society, and the Rever end Ira -Londrlth of Chicago. Both have International reputations and are deeply In sympathy -tilth the Endeavor movement. Services to-morrow will be- conducted. In addition to the Pilgrim Church and the T. M. C. A., at the Second Baptist, North Presbyterian, Compton Helgnts Christian and West Presbyterian churches, and at the St. Louts city missions. The programme to-day will again open with a Quiet hour this morning at 8:15 o'clock, which will be conducted by the Reverend Arthur Smith at the Second Baptist Church, and will be followed by a, business session, at which the reports from the -various subordinate unions will be heard. 8CW9 FROM TUB CITTf CHURCHES. Boot Garden Meeting to Bo Held at Christian endeavor Hotel. The St Louis Christian Endeavor Union will open a series-of evancellstlo services to-morrow, which will be conducted on the roof garden of the Christian Endeavor Hotel. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening, and will be under the leadership of Charles A. Force, The roof carden has a large seating capacity and Is well lighted. Arrangements have been made to continue these services through out the entire World's Fair period. The regular weekly meeting; of the St. Louis B. B. T. Primary Union will be held at t o'clock this afternoon In No. 27 Laclede building;. Mrs. D. M. Harris, who was a former resident of this city, will make an, address. Because of the revival services cow being- held In the Methodist tent meet ings la Webster Groves, the evening serv loea for Tuxedo have been discontinued. Memorial services will be conducted In tie Compton Hill Congregational Church to-morrow evening; by the Degree of Hon or, at which the State and national offi cers will make addresses. A mass meetlne nnder the ausoleea nf tie Religious Education Association will. do neid In the Hall of Congresses, World s Fair, Wednesday evening. The associa tion, which will be in session throughout the week, will have no meeting that even ing. Children's Day exercises will be con ducted to-morrrow morning In the North ern Presbyterian Church by the Bunday eohool class. ThefReverend Mr. Morton, a -former pastor of the church, will take part In the exercises, ' Memorial Congregational Church has been entirely redecorated and now presents a bright and clean appearance. At the services to-morrow morning the pastor will be assisted by Mrs. Barrett, super tendent of the Florence Crlttenton Mis sions. Though the building Is not entirely fin ished, services are being conducted regu larly In the new Church of nhrtt RHpn. tot) at King" highway and Westminster piace. iaa nours ion services are 10:45 in the morning and at 8. o'clock In the even ing. Spiritual meetings- In -Henneman Hall hava been discontinued for the, nrBupnt but the work Is carried on in the home at ko. zns uicas avenue; The Reverend Doctor Nathan C Scbeaf fer. Superintendent of Public Instruction In Pennsylvania, will preach to-morrow morning at ino .uapie Avenue iteiormea Church for the pastor, the Reverend J. C Horning. The Church of the Unity, of which the iteverena ueorge n. jjoason is tne pastor, has discontinued services until Septem ber SS. "Education for Christian Women" Is the theme of a sermon to be preached to morrow morning at the Cook Avenue Presbyterian Church by the Reverend .Doctor Spencer of Fulton, Mo. Tba services to-morrow evening at Trin ity Methodist Church will be conducted by Major Kimball of the Salvation Army. The Reverend Oscar G. Morton of Sun bury, Pa., will preach at both services to morrow ai the Webster Groves Presby terian Church. The1 Reverend C. R, Watson of Phila delphia, secretary of the Board of For eign Missions, and former pastor of the First M. E. Church, will preach there to morrow evening and at the Grand Avenue U. P. Church to-morrow evening. Mr. Vatsbn recently returned from a trip through India and Egypt. General Cronje will conduct the religious exercises at the Mayfleld Sanitarium at 3 Vclock to-morrow afternoon. Owing to his Inability to speak fluently In English he will make use of the services of an In terpreter. The Reverend F. A. 'Mayhsll will preach it the H o'clock services to-morrow morn .Ulng at the West Presbyterian Church, No. 113 Hamilton avenue. "he preachers tneetlnsr of the M. E. -&ch, South, has adjourned until the aionuay in oepierooer. -erend Doctor T. E Sharp, Pre- $artsT3Virot the St. Louis District, de le TrnirTJBi 1 "A!" Mines, Mo., where tha sew aOSBHHsWhtdlcatory.Eermon In "trch. to-morrow. She HrvereV 7. T. KcCurrr has returned to the city, and will be In his puplt at Centenary Church to-morrow morning and evening. At the business meeting; of the Epworth League the folllowlng-named officers were elected: W. D. Appleget. president; J. R. Holbrook, first !ce president; H. A. Car penter, second vice president; D. R. Roche, third vice president; Mlsa Clara Meloy, secretary; F. O. Smith, treasurer: E. R. Snyder, organist; George Bergen, chorister. C. D. Geer and Mrs. O. H. Bollman will be the soloists nt Centenary Church tomorrow. PHILADELPHIA MINISTERS WILL PREACH TO MEN. Special Union Evancellstlo Services to Be Held at the Central Y. M. C. A. To-Morrow Afternoon. The Reverend Doctor Charles Wood, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church at Philadelphia, will address the mass meeting for men at Central Y. M. C. A. to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Doctor Wood for Bevcral years has conducted meetings for men in the theaters of Phlla- s) - -. . e 0 . 4 9 THE REVEREND DOCTOR CHARLES WOOD, Who will address the Men's mass meeting at Central Y. M. C. A. to-morrow after noon. delphla end iss been very successful In attracting' a large audience. Hl9 subject to-morrow will bo "The Young Men of Our Cities." This mass meeting Is a union gathering of the Young Men's Christian Associations and tho State Convention of the Christian Endeavor. Many other prominent men will be present to take part, among whom will be Charles Palmer, national .field sec retary for the Gideons: Doctor Arthur Smith of New York, and other men who are In attendanco at the Endeavor Con vention. Members of Young Men's Christian as nociatlons of this and foreign lands, who are visiting the World's Fair, are receiv ing entertainment at the Central Branch, Grand and Franklin avenues. From GO to 100 are being taken care of every night on cots placed In lecture halls and class rooms. A restaurant In the same building furnishes meals at a nominal rate. " The bathrooms have been entirely reno vated and fitted with new showers, and the water In the pool shows the effect of the clarifying process "Used at the city Waterworks. A decided Increase In the membership is shown. The highest point ever reached in this city, 2.C00, has been attained. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR TOPIC WORK "Slcns That India Is Becoming: Christ's." (Psnlm xxll, 2231.) BY AMOS R. WELLS. Doctor Miller, the veteran missionary, the head of Madras Christian College, has .recently spokenwlth great confidence re gardine the success of missions In India. He says: "Without fear of contradiction from anyone who knows the facts, I af firm that the Influence of missions Is felt to-day through the length and breadth of Southern India In every class from the highest to the lowest. I affirm, further, that there is a great and crowing rever ence for Christ, even among conservative and aristocratic Hindus." Doctor Charles Cuthbert Hall was the last Haskell lecturer In India. On return ing from that work, he was asked his opinion regarding missionary progress In the Empire. -He said he saw no sign that Hinduism was weakening its hold on the people. "Expensive temples are being built. Money Is pouring Into their treasuries. The throngs of worshipers at Idol shrines con tinue. But," he went on to say, with emDhasls. "while Hinduism as an oriran- lzed system shows no weakening, the in fluence of Christianity grows from day to day. Its prestige in Indian steadily ad vances. The .converts multiply In a ratio shown by no other religion.' Doctor Hall thinks that one of the great est forces that will work toward the win ning of India are the thousands of famine orphans whom the missionaries have res cued and are educating as Christians. The children are devoted to these noble friends, and when they grow up, they will be a mighty power for Christ in the land. This work for the orphans must be supported with all liberality by the churches. The latest statistics of growth in India take account of the magnificent revival in the northwest Provinces a revival eaual to the four or five other outpourings of the spirit, in great power that have blessed different portions of lheland. The Prot estant communities of India (church mem bers and adherents) are now reckoned as numbering 1.10O.SM in a population of 300,000,000. Ninety-three missionary socle ties are at work in India, with 3,833 mls slonarles and 23,000 native helpers. Wil liam Carey and his lonely little company, 110 years ago, what would they have though If they could have seen this army of valiant soldiers that was to come, win ning India for Christ! - India, is the key to Asia. Those that study the history of tho mighty empire know how near It came to falling under the permanent rule of Mohammedans. Later, it was In ctlual danger of yielding to the Roman Catholic rule of France, Only a succession of seemingly slight and certainly providential events turned first the commerce of the country and then its government Into the strong. Protestant nanas 01 ureal umain. xnc .unusn nave been the saviors of Indiana. Under their i .. ml. ........1 T.n vl.a w4,t,.a mmwJt tt UiiUl ni3J iUifl. UUGI IMHUailUH U11U UC grading superstitions are gradually falling away, ana toe missionaries or. ine cross are given, protection and encouragement. Therefore, the -wonderful providences of th -nast the onnortunltiea and invitatlona of the present, jmd the good omens for the suture, au comoina u org ine iaru- sssssssssi jr1 " &ijsBss 1 jtk ssssssDsslsssssssssssssPf tF3 'V&Jt sssssssssssssssssbbbB '' && VJT'V'bbbbbbbbbbbbbiIsbbH ssssssssssssssssEfflSAijsssssssssssssssssssssssH - tian churches to pour into India unstint ed money and men. For this Is the crit ical time, and a dollar or a man is worth more now than a hundred dollars 'or a dpzen men a decade hence. SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES. The list of sermon topics ana special services for to-morrow Is u follows: Baptist. DELMAR AVENUE. Delmar and Pendleton; The Reverend Doctor J. T. M. Johnston. Ias tor Morning. "Be Not Faithless. But Believ ing"; J p. m . "Building For Eternity." GRAND AVENUE: the fte erend A. W. Clax ton. Paator Momlng, "A Precious Savior": I p. m. "Fallacious Excusee." MAPLhWOuU: the Rei erend W. L. Nasn. Pastor Morning and evening services. SECOND, neaumont and Locust: the Reverend Doctor W. W. Boyd. Pastor 11 a. m.. "Christianity a Great Venture." TIIJHI). Y. M. C. A Building: the Reverend . J. Williamson. D. D , Pastor 5 :T0 a. m.. Rumlay School; :j p. m.. B. Y. P. U.: morn ing and f-enlnsr sermon. WATER TOWER. Giand and Florissant; the Reverend L H. Williams Morning and even ing sen ices TOWKR GROVE. No. MM Norfolk; the Rev erind Menta sturgeon. Pastor Morning and evening erles RUSSE1.I, AVENUE. No. 1M2 Russell; th Reercnd Frantf Morton, Pastor 10:30 a. m. and 7:13 p. m., preaching; 3 p. m., Sunday school. .... FIRST GERMAN. Rauscbenbach. Near St. touts: the Reverend H. Schulx, Pastor Morning and evening services IMMANUEU-Cates and Hamilton; tho Rever end Louis Sowerman, Pastor Morning. J:30. Sunday School; 11 a. m . "Is It Salvation From Pualfhment or Unto Ujl" 8 p. m. "Pleasure and Duty of Fault Flndlne. WEST PARK, No. &H Easton; the Reverend Cecil V. Cook. Pastor Morning and evening sen Ices. . ... CARONDELET; tho Reverend C W. "Wall. Pastor Morning and evening services. MERAMEC MISSION. 3J17. Meramee; Char es J. Forward-Sunday school, 830 a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor, 1: p. m.: senior. 7:15; COMPTON HEIGHTS. Russell and Vandeven ter; tha Reverend J. Percy Stuart, Pastor II a. tn. and 8 p. m. service. .. , . IACXEDB AVENUE MISSION. Cardinal nd Laclede: the Re erend I. M. Page. Pastor Morninc and evening services. BROADWAY MISSION. 112 South JJoOTth 8 p. ro.. aong service; t p. ra , Christian cn deaor. KOSSUTH AVENUE MISSION. Kossuth and Groie Momlnr and evenlnir sen-Ices. FOURTH. Thirteenth and Jilllvon; tho Rev erend E. U Hill, Pastor Morning and even ing sen-Ices. EUCLID AVENUE. Euclid and Page; th Rfv rend r A. Ewlng. pastor 11 a- m.. ' Goinj Up to Bethel"; p. m. T3i Transformed Mind " , ,. LAFAYETTE PARK, the Reverend Sam Frank Taj lor Sunday sctool. S:30 a. m. and 3 p. m , B. Y. P. C. 7 P. m.: aermon, 11 a. m. and LOWELL MISSION-Sunday school. ! p. m. VALLEY PAFK: the Reverend A. P. Howclls. TABERNACLE CHURCH. Jefferson Avenue and Pine street: ma twercnu j. wivm tnrwMmlnr and veninr ;ryleer SWEDISH MISSION. Beuhler's Hall. Kaston and Taylor Avenues: C. A. Anderson. Pastor Services It a. m. and I p. m. Catholic. CATHEDRAL. Walnut Betvreen Second and Third: the Reverend Eugene Coyle. rsstor Mass at 6. 8 and 10:30 a. m-: vespers at 3:30 p. m ANNUNCIATION. Sixth and La Salle: the Rev erend J. J. Head. Pastor Mass at 6, 8:33 and 10:43 a m.: vespers at 2 30 p. m. ASSUMPTION. Sidney and Nlntt.; the R'ver end rather Byrne. Pastor M-ss at 7:30 and 10 u xn. ALL SAINTS. No. 3 Maple Kvtuiei the Rev erend J. S. Long. Pastor lunses, 7:30 and 10.30 a. m. HOLY CROSS (German. Church Road, Near Blttner: the Reverend Peter Wlgger, Pastor Mass at 5:30 and 10:30a. at.: vespers at 2wJ HOLy'gHOST (German). Taylor and Garfield: the Re erend H Tobe. Pastor Mass at 6. 8 and Hi n: espers at 3 p. m. HOLY INNOCENTS. No. 5300 Rehcr place: th Reverend John White, Pastor Mass at 8 and HOLY" NAME OF JESUS. No. 41 East Grand; th Reverend Patrick M. Tallon. Pastor Miss at t. 8. 9 and 10 a. m.: vespers at :-0T. m. SACRED HEART. University Near Twenty fifth: the Reverend James McCabe. rastor Mass at 630. 7, 8:30 and 10 a, m.; vespers at VISITATION. Taylor and Earton: the Rever end B. J. Dempify. Paster Mass nt , 730, 3 and 10:30 a. m.: vespers nt 3:30 p. m. HOLT ANGELS. St. Ange ana La Salje; the Reverend Father F. M. Klelty. Pastor-Mass at . 8:30 and 10 a. m.: vespers at 8:30 p. m. HOLT FAMILY. No. Tin Humohrey: the Rev erend John r. Reuther. Pastor Masses at 5:30. 8 and 10 a. m. HOLY ROSARY. Newstead and Martaretta; the Reverend D. D. Lavery. Pastor Mass at 6, 730 and 8 (children): 10. sermon. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Manchester and nellevlew Avenues (Maplewood); the Reverend Father Clarke. Pastor Masses, t and 10 a. m. LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL. Eleventh and Deatrehan; the Reverend John A. Tracy, Pas. tor-Mass. 7 and 1030 a. m.; vespers. 7:30 p. m. LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL. Church and Hall's Ferry Roads: the Reverend D. 8. Phe lan. Pastor Maw. 730 and 10:30 a. m.; ves pers, 230 p m. LADY Or PERPETUAL SUCCOR (German). Linton and Twentieth: the Reverend August tine J, Schilling. Pastor Mass. 630. 3 and 10 ST.. AGATHA'S (German). No. SSH Bouth Ninth; the Reverend Henry Schrage. Pastor Mass, a. 8 and 10 a. m ; vespers, 2:30 p. m. ST. AGNES'S. Sidney and Salens; the Reverend John J. Tannrath. Pastor Mass, c. 7:15, 8:30 and 10:15 su- m : vespers, 8 p. m. ST. ALOYStuS'S Magnolia and January; tha Reverend F. G. Holweck. Pastor Mass, 5:15, 80 and 10 a, m.; vespers, 230 p. m. ST. AUHONPUS'S. Grand and Cook Mass. 5:15. 8. 7, 8 and 9 a. m.; high mass, 1030 a. m.; vespers. 7:30 p. m. ST. ANN'S Pare and Whlttler; the Reverend O. J. McDonald. Pastor Mass, I, 7 .3). a and M30 a. m.: vespers. 7:30 p. m. ST. ANTHONY'S (German). Meramee and Compton: the Reverend Timothy Magnlen, Pastor Mass. 8, 8, 10 a. m.: vespers, S 30 ST.' AUGUSTINE'S (German). TJsmore and He-bert- the Reverend H. A. Huckensteln, Pas toiwaiass. 6. 8 and 10 a. m.; vespers, 2:30 p. m. ST. BERNARD'S; Hawk and Gratiot; the Reverend Peter J. Bremlch. Pastor Mass, 5:30. 7:20 and 10 a. m.: vespers. 3 p. m. ST. BONIFACE'S (German), Michigan and Bchtrmer; the Reverend IL Niters, Pastor Mas. 6, 8 and 10 a. ro.: vespers. 2:30 p. ra. BT. BRIDGET'S. Carr and Jefferson: the Rev erend Edward Fenlon, Pastor Mass, 7, 8, 9 and10:30 a. m. ST. CASIMIR'S. ElKhth and Mullanphy the Reverend Raphael L. X. Gmlellnskl, Pastor Mass, 6. 8 and 10 a. ra.: vespers, 2 p. m. ST. COLUMBKILLE-S, Michigan and Davis: the Reverend Francis J. Jones.. Pastor Mass, 6. 8 and 10 a. m.: vespers, 4 p. m. ST. CRONAN'S, Bovliv and Swan: the Rev erend J. T. Foley. Pastor Mass. , 730. I and 10 a. m.: vespers. 3 p. m. BT. EDWARD'S. Oara and Maffltt; the Rev erend Edward J. Wynne, pastor Mass, 7:30 and 10 a. ra.: vespers. 4 p. m. BT. ELIZABETH'S (Colored), No. 813 North Fourteenth? the Reverend Michael it-. Rntrh Pastor Mass, 7, 830 and 9 a, xn.; vespers, 8 P- rn. h: ft be --Mass, MICHAEL'S. Eleventh and Rnmh Reverend Michael J. McCabe. Pastor 1! s. 7:w, ana 1030 a. m.; vespers. 230 p. m. ST. NICHOLAS'S (Herman). Hn ivn Vai.b. tho Reverend Joseph A. Schaefer. Pastor Mass, 6. ,8 and 10 a. m. BT. PATRICK'S, Sixth and Diddle: tha Rev erend Timothy Dempsey, Pastor Mass, , 730. 9 and 10 a. m.; vespers. 830 p. xn. SS. PETER AND PAULAS (German), Seventh and Allen; the Reverend G. F. Goller. Pas torMass. G a. m.: vespersv 4 p. m. 6T. ROSE'S. Goodfellow and Ktzel; the Rev erend J. J. McGlynn, Pastor Mass, t. 7:3), 9:30 and 10:45 a. m. 6T. STANISLAUS'S (Polish). Twentieth and Cass; tha Reverend Uhban Stanowskl. Pastor Msss. 730 and 930 a. ra.: vespers. 3 p. ra. ST. TERESA'S. No. 2413 North Grand; the Reverend J. A. Connelly, Pastor Mass, 6:13. 4:43 and 9:15: high mass, 10:10 a. m. chil dren's mass. ! a- ro. : benediction, 3 p. m. BT. THOMAS OF AQUINS. Jowa and Osage; the Reverend John H. Maya, D. D.. Pastor Mass, C, 7 and 10 a. ra.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. BT. VINCENT DE PAUL'S (German and Enc llsh). Park and Ninth: the Reverend J. W. Downing. C M.; the Reverend A. H. Asmuth, CM.: the Reverend S. B. Huber. C. M.: Pastor Mass and sermon. 5:30. 830. 8. 9:15. and 10:45 a. m.; vespers, devotions and bene dictions. 350 p. m.: sermon, devotions and benediction. 7:45 p. m. 63. MARY AND JOSEPH'S. Minnesota and Iron: the Reverend Miles W. Tobyn. Pastor Mass. 8 and 10 a. m BT. WENCESLAUS'S (Bohemian). No. 303J Oregon: the Reverend John Nekula. Pastor Mass and sermon. 7:30 a. xa.: high mass and sermon. 930 a. m.; instruction. 2:30 p. tn.: vespers and benediction. 3 p. m. BT. KEVIN'S. Park and Cardinal: ths Rever end Ed J. Shea. Pastor Mass 6:15 7. 8:30. 930 and 10:30 a. -m. BT. MARGARET'S. Russell and Vandeventer: the Reverend J. J. O'Brien, Pastor Masses at 6, 7. 9 and 10:30 a. m. ET. ENGELBERT"S. Carter and Marcus: ths Reverend Anton Paucfc, Paster Masses, a and 10 n, m.; vesperjj. 230 n. m. BT. FRANCIS DB SALES (German), Gravols and Ohio Mass. 5:30. 7:45 and 10 a. rri.; ves pers. 2:30 p. m. ST. FRANCIS XAVTER'S. Grand and Llndell; the Reverend Henry S Bronsiteest, S. J. Mass. C, I. 7. 8:30 and 10 a. m.: vespers. 7:45 ST. HENRY'S. Hickory and California: tha Reverend John A. Hoffman. Pastor Mass. 5: to. 730 and 10 a. m.; vespers. 3 p. m. tT. JAMES'S. Tamm Opposite Wade: the Rev erend fi. A. Casey, Pastor-730, t o'clock for children: 1030, mass; 2:30 p. m.. cate chism: 4 n. rn.. baptism. DJS1DE INN Mass (30 by tha Reverend T. E. Casey. BT. JOHN'S. Sixteenth and Chestnut: the Rev erend Father P. Dooley. Pastor Mass, 8. 730. 9 and 1030 a. m.; vespers.3 o. m. BT. JOHN OS" NEPOMUK (Bohemian). Soulard and Eleventh: the Reverend Joseph Hesscun. Pastor-Mra. 8 and 10 a. ra.; vesperc, Is. m, BT. JOSEPH'S (German). Eleventh and Diddle; the- Reverend J. Francis Valazta. B. J Mass. 1 t. 8 and 10 a. ra.: Sunday school at 2 p. m.: benediction at 3 p. za. 13T. LAWRENCE O'TOOLE'S. Fourteenth and O'Fallon: the Reverend M. 8. Brennan. Pastor-Mass. . 8. 9:15 and 1030 a. m. rosary, cermon and benediction, 7:30 p. m. ST LEO'S, Mullanphy and Twenty-third; th Reverend James T. Coffey. Pastor Mass, 830, 7, 9, in lower chapel, for children; 1030, with sermon: 730 p. m- service, consisting of ro sary, permon and benediction. ST, LIBORlUSfS (German), North Market and Hogan; the Reverend O. A. Rels, Pastor Mass, 6. 8 and 10 a. ra.: vespem, 2:30 p. m. 8T. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPEU. Newstead and Maryland: the Reverend P. T. O'ReJlly, pastor Mass, 8, 730, 9 and 10:30 a- m.; ves pers, 4 p. m. ST. MALACHY'SL Clark and Ewlng; tHe Rev erend Charles Zleg?er. Pastor Mass. 830, ISO and 1030 a. ra.; vespersjao p. m. ST. MARK EVANGELIST. Pajte and Acade my; ths Reverend Peter J. O'Rourxe. Pa tor Mavss, 8, 730, 9 and 10:3 a. to- and s,30 ST. MABYP fGerrnan), Thlrfl and Gratiot; the Reverend W. Faeber, Pastor Mass. , 8 amd 10 a. m.r Sunday, school at J p. m. TT. UATTBSWB, Sarah, and Whlttler Etrtttst the Reverend J. T. Shields, Pastor: the Rev erend Joseph R. Watson. Assistant Masses. t. 7:30, 10:30 a, m.; 8:30 a. m.. for children only. Christian. FIRST, No 3120 Locupf the Reverend John L. Brandt. Pastor Sunday school. 9:30 a, m.; preaching, 11; Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Morning, "Fear Not"; evening, "Imperial lem or Christ. , CAUONDELKT. No. 1301 Vlrylnla; tha Rever end G. E. Ireland,. Pastor Morning and even ing services; branch Sunday school at 2:45 In Belle'ontalne car-shed offlce: morning, "Childrtn .o the Heavenly Father." TUXEDO, St. Louis County: J. A. Bennett. MlnlsteiMurnlrr and tuning r-rvlcs. OLI ORCHARD (Village Hall); Melnotte Mil ler, Mlnl-ter 10-.1S a. m.. Bib e'uchool: 11:15, preaching: 7:30 p. m., evening servlcs. SbcUND Eleventh and Tyler: W. Daviess Plttman, Pastor 10 a. m. and 8 p. m.. ser mons. CENTRAL. Finney, near Grand The Reverend J MJ Pullliutt, Pastor 11 a m . services. FOURTH. No. 1501 Penrose: the Reverend E. T. McFarland. pastor Morning and evening services. . COMP-jON HEIGHTS. St. Vincent and Ca'I'or nln Morrlns; om eeni.tf etv!r.a. WEST END. Hamlltcn and Plymouth: the Reverend Frank J. Nlcholis, Pastor Morn lnc; serlce. MOUNT CABANNE. King's Highway and Mor gan: the Reverend J. M. Phllputt, rastor 11 a m nnd enlnc services. HAMMETT PLAC& Coraer Marcus and Hara mttt: the Reverend S. B Moore. Pastor Morning. "Echoes From State Convention": evenlnT "What Is Christian Religion?" SEVENTH STREET MISSION'. No. 3331 South Sever.lh-J-15 a. m. Bible school. UAI'LEWOOD. G. T. Hoffman, Pastor Morn ing end evening services. Concrrecjatlonal. COMPTON Hn-L, Compton and Lafayette: ths Reverend W. W. Newell. Flstur Mornlnil. "Why beek the Living Among the DeadT" 8 p m . memorial services. OLIVE BRANCH: tho Reverend Philip Yar row, Pastor Morning and evening nervlccs. MUST. Delmar, Near Grand: the Reverend Doctor Cornelius H. Patten. Pastor Mornlnp, "Every wind of Doctrine"; 5 p. ra.,"Habak kuk's Tower " FOUNTAIN PARK. Aubert and Fountain Morning and evening services by the Rever end E. B. Redd: 11 a. m., "The Bread ot Life"; 8pm, "Redeeming tha Time." MAPLEWOOD: the Reverend George E. Bates, Pastor Morning services. HYDE PARK, Bremen and Blair; the Reverend W. it. Jones Ph. D . Pastor Murom anil evrnlnr services. DUIANIIEU Hancoclt and Jamieaon: the Rev erend Deward N. Goff, Pastor Morning and evening services. PILGRIM. Washington and Ewlng; the Rev erend Doctor M. Bumham. Pastor Morning. "Increase of ralth"; evening. "Daniel In B.ibv ion " REDEEMER. Barrett and Thompson; Matthew Mullen. Pastor 9.30 a. m . Bible diss; preaching ll a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; morning, sermon. REBEK PLACE. Mackllnd and Old Manches ter: the Reverend Frank Lonsdale, Pastor Momlnz and evennig services. WEBSTUt GROVES Momlng and evening services FIRST GERMAN, Garfield and' Spring; the Reverend W. II. Dorn, Pastor Momlng serv ice: Sunday school. 9:30; services and sermon, at 10:13. "What Think Te of Christ?" SAPPINGTON: the Reverend Charles Castalne. Pastor Morning. "Victory": evening. "The Ultimate Choice." SWEDISH, Armstrong and Hickory; the Rev erend Carl Iricson. Pastor 11 a. m. and 8 p. m . sermon nod servlpi.. I UNION. No 1413 North Tenth; the Reverend oiumry 1. jtumoy. Xttaiur -ai a. in. uuu o n. in nervlres I nfrrilT.EHrM. Thirteenth anil Allen: the Rev erend Mr. Vavrlna 11 a, m. and SunL serv ices. TRINITY. Lafayette and Eighth: the Rever end Otto C. Ilanier, Pastor Services at 10 a. m. and 3 p. m ZION. Benton and Twenty-first: the Reverend C. F. Ohermeyer, Pastor Services at 30 a. m. and 2.30 p. m. MISSION FOR THE DEAF, the Reverend Her man Hallenberg, Pastor Services at Zlon Chdrch at 3 p m. In the sign language. MISSION CHAPEL. Stcond and Plum; the Reverend F. Drejer, Pastor English Sunday school at 1 a m ; German services at 3 p. m. . English cormon at 7:30 p. m. MEMORIAL, Way Street and Sulphur Avenue; the Reverend William Smith. Pastor 11 a. m.. special service; 8 p. m "Our World-Wide. Mission." OLD ORCHARD: ths Reverend George Gordon Ros, Pastor Momlns; and evening services. Methodist. CARONDELET (South), Virginia and Haven: the Reverend A. H. Dugslns, Pastor Momlnr and eventmr services CARONDELET, No 7100 Virginia; ths Rever end Charles L. Halterman, Pastor Morning and evening servlcrs. CENTENARY (South). Sixteenth and Pine; the Reverend Doctor W. F. McMurrr, Pastor 9:15 a. m. and 230 p. m., Sunday school; momlnc ervlce, 10:30. "Individuality"; even ing, "Knowing Our Friends in Heaven.' FIRST (South). Glasgow and Dayton; the Rev erend L E. Todd, Pastor Morning and even ing rervieea. , LATAYETTE PARK (South), Lafayette and Missouri; the Reverend Doctor J. E. Mc Donald. Pastor 10:43, "God. Our Standard In Moral Attainment": evening, "Blood of the Atonement." j LINDELL AVENUE. Llndell and Newsfrad; tho Reverend L. Dorchester. Pastoill a. m., "Makers of Progress"; 8 p. m . "A leasoga From the Rosetta Stone." MAPLE AVFNUE. Belt and Maple; th nver end Doctor F. W. Luce, Pastor U a. m.. "Christ, tie Great Magnate"; 8 p. m-, "A Roral singer and Hla Oreatet Sonjr." MARVIN MEMORIAL' , (South). Sidney , and Twelfth: the 'Reverend Josphus s-tepoan, Partor Mornlnc and evening services. uuuni auhuiui lauuiuj. .yuiui Aimnrt ,nu Hodlamont; the Reverend-J. S. Tilley, pastor Morning, --lwpinning the ennsuan i,iie"; evening, "Humiliation of Nebuchadnezzar." MEMORIAL (Giman). Jefferson and Accoraac; tha Reverend William Schulz, Pastor Morn ing and evening services. CABANNE (Sojih), Bartmer and Goodtellow; ine itsverend it. if- singleton, pastor terv- Icea at 11 a. m. and lp.nL 3T. JOHN'S (South). Klmr's Hlrhwav Washington: the Revfaend Doctor J. w. Xee, PastolMomlns- and evenlnr servicos. 8T. LUKE'S, Accomae and Texas; the Rever end D. B. Standard. Taster Morning, "Get ting on the Other Side"; evening "Always Going, but Never Coming." BT. PAUL'S (Soutm. No. 1523 Bt. Louis: the Revend C V. Webdell. Pastor Morning and evening services. TOWER GROVE. No, 1117 Kentucky: ths Rev erend B. Wakefield, Pastor Morning and evmancserv-lees. BADEN, No. 8403 Hall's Ferry Road; the Rev erend Doctor R. T. Smith. Pastor Morning. "Well Done": evening. "Tho Bright Morning Star." SHAW AVENUE (South), Shaw and Tower Grove: the Reverend W. O. Donnan, Pastor Morntng and evening services, UNION. Lucas and Garrison; the Reverend N. Luccock. Pastor Morning, Gospel for an Opulent Civilization" ; 8 p. m., "Now Hori zons " V WAGONER PLACB (South), the Reverend Doctor J. II. YoungA Pastor Morning and ovening services. FRY MEMORIAL, airtob Heights; ths Rever end Martin L. Curii Pastor Momlng and evening services. GOODE AVENUE, GoodeXand North Market; the Reverend Charles MacCord, Pastor Morn ing and evening services. BOWMAN. Twentieth and Ooear: the Reverend Fred W. Simpson, Pastor Momlng and even ing services. TRINITY. Tenth and North Market: the Rev erend Henry L. Steves. Pastor 10:45 a. xa.. "The Strength of Chrlstlsnltr." OAK HILL: the Reverend E. 7. Rlnkel. Pastor Mornlnr and evening services bv the pastor. KJ.RKWOOD (Bouth). ths Reverend H. L. Rus sell, Pastor Momlnir and evening services. HARLEM PLACE, Jamleson and Fylef: the Reverend H C. Leonard, Pastor Momlng. "What Is Many evening, "Things to Think COOK AVENUn, Cook and Bprlnir; tha Rever end Doctor W. D. Bradfleld. Pastor Morn ing. "The 'Joy ot the Lord": 8 p. m . "A Tool's Solllonur." SHREWSBURY: tha Reverend William B. Van Valkenburg, Pastor Momlng. children's day. IMMANUEL (South), McCausland avenue: the Reverend Arthur Mather, Pastor Momlng and evening services. SI.OAN MISSION. Seventh and Hickory; W. M. Sloan. Superintendent of Sunday School 3 p. m.. Sunday school; T. M. Patterson, paster, 8 p. rn.. preaching. JFNNINGSr the Reverend J. B. Brewlntton. PastorMomlng and evening aenrlces. BELLEFONTA1NE: the Reverend J. R. Bddle mann. Pastor Momlng service. MOUNT ZION. Creve Coeur 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. services. MAPLEWOOD: the Reverend W. Lee Gray, pastor 3ervlces at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. MANCHESTER AND MOUNT ZION: the Rev erend John Score, Pastor Manchester serv ice. 11 a. ra.: Trinity service, 3 p. m.; Mount Zlon eervice, 7:30 p. m. TtrxEDO; the Reverend W. B. Valkenburg, Pastor. Preshrterian. COOK AVENUE. Cook and Sarah: the Rever end J. Twyman Boyer. Pastor 11 a. m., sermon by ths Reverend Doctor Spencer of Fulton. Ma: evening, partor's subject. "The Hindrance in Doing- Good." BRANK MEMORIAL (South). Aubert and Page; the Reverend Doctor B. H. Charles. Pastor Morning and evening services. CARONDELET; No. CJ Mlchican; the Rever end J. H. Gauss, Pa r Morning and even Inv services COTE BRILLIANTE, Itearcus and Labadie; the Reverend C M. Rauch. Pastor Momlng and evening services. CURBY MEMORIAL. Utah and Texas; the Reverend Edward W. McClusky, Pastor Sun day schools, 930 a. ra., S30 p. ra.; momlng and evening services. CENTRAL. Garrison and Lucas; the Reverend J. Layton Mauze, Pastor Momlng. "The Dif ficulty of Salvation": 8 p. rn.. "Our Future Condition." . rmrpTOTtf TTItr. CHAPEL. flL Vincent Nr Compton Morning, the Reverend C IE Me- Ices. GRACE. Clara and Ridge: ths Reverend Charles J. Chalfant, Pastor Morning and evening services. WEBSTBR GROVES; the Reverend Doctor D. it Skllllng. Pastor-Services, 11 a. m., chil dren's day services. GRAND AKENUE (Sooth). Grand and Waah tnEton; tBSReverend Doctor J. F. Cannon, Paator-fServlces. 11 a rn. and 8 p. m. FIRST nrcrormed). McMillan. Near Taylor; the Reverend M. M. Pearce, pastor Momlng and evening services. FIRST. WiEhlngtcn and Sarah: the Reverend Doctor W. J. McKlttrlck. Pastor: the"Revr- end O. W. King. Assistant Mornluc "The Great Life"- ev cilnir. "The Great Invitation." GRAND AVENUE- UNITED, Grand and For est Park Boulevard: the Reverend J. W. Ash wood. Pastor Momlng; communion; 7:43 p. m , preaching. , LAEAYETTB PARK. Albion and Missouri; the Reverend S. C. Palmer, Tasjor 11 a, m. and 8 p. m., services. LEE AVENUE, Prairie and Lee- the ReVerend Henry Gardner, Pastor-Momlng. "Inspira tions From tie Resurrection"; evening, "How to Quit Worshiping Idols.;' -. KING'S HIGHWAY (Cumberland): the Rever end C P. Goodson. Pastor Momlng and, even ing; services. LUCAS AVENUE (Cumberland), Lucas and Channlnjr: the Reverend Doctor B. P. .FuUer tpn. Pastor Morning. "Obedience and Rev elation"; evening service. MrCAUSTJvND AVENUE: the Revem, J X. BeelL Pastor Morning service, 11 a. rn.; Bos dAy school, 130 cm- MEMORIAL TABERNACLE. Fifteenth awl Carr: the Reverend Doctor H. Haglll. Pastor Morning and evening services. WASHINGTON AND COMPTON AVENUE: the Reverend IL H. Grezg. D. D.. Pastor Momlng. 'Together With Christ": 8 p. nr., services. .... MARKHAM MEMORIAL. Menard and Julia: the Reverend John T. Fans, Pastor Momlng service; 3:45 p. rn., Sundav school- 7:45 p. nx. service: morning, sermon by the Reverend C. T. Schaeffer; evening, tent service, Ninth and Carroll streets. NORTH. Eleventh ard Chambers, the Rever end Frank Foster, Pastor Morning, "Burden Bearing." MEMOIUAL. Sulphur and Way: ths Reveread William hmlth. rastor. FIRST (Klrkwcmi): the Reverend P. V. Jen nesa. Pastor Service at 10:45 a. ra. NORTH CAUANNE. turtmer Avenue, in Coun ty, the Reverend HonarU Bml'li. Pastor Mcrnlner and evcnlrir services as usual. OAK HILL, Bent and Humphrey: momlng nvi-vlc-s. SECOND. Taylor ani Westminster; the Rever erd Doctor 8. J. Nl-coKs. LL. D . Pastor; the Reveicnd R. Calvin Dohso-i. Assistant Service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. TYLER PLACE. RuMell and bprtnc: the Rev erend John P Brandt Pastor Morning "The 'Hannr Life": evenlnr, 'The Optimist." CLIFTON HEIGHTS. Cllftrn and Columbia; the Reverend Prrtor J. N B"U. Pastor Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.; preaching, 8 p. m,; Y. P. S. (X E., 1 p. m. WAGONER PLACE (U. I'): the Reverend A. M. Campbell. Pastor 11 a. m. and 5 p. ra services. FERGUSON: the Reverend M. V. P. Teaman. Pestor Regular services ROCK HILL. St. Louis County: the Reverend A. S. Hughey. Pastor Sen ices morning and evening. FIRST GERMAN. Tenth and Rutcer: the Rev erend J. G. Kessler. Pastor Morning, Ger man Bervlce; evening, English sermon. BADEN; the Reverend W. B. Floyd 7:30, evangelistic service. WINNEBAGO CHURCH, Winnebago snd Ten nessee tha Reverend A- Hllkeman. Pastor 11 a. ra . German service; 730 p. m.. English POPE AVENUE. No. 4414 Penrose: the Rever end A. H. Relnhardt. Pastor Momlng and evenlnr servlcep CHURCH Or THE COVENANT. No. -549 North Grand Avenue: the Reverend Claude R. hhaver. Pastor 11 a. m. "Childllkeness In the Klnrdom of God"; 8 p. m . "A Struggle. In the Dark." WELLSON MISSION. Ridge and Evergreen 3 p. m.. Sunday school: i V m., services by .-Sipr C. L. Chalfant, FIRST IT. P.. Newtead and Morgan: the Rev erend 8. E. Dubois. Pastor Momlng, sermon to children. GIBSON HEIGHTS (U. P.). Arco and Taylor: the Reverend J. S. Dague. Pastor Morning and evening services. JENNINGS: the Reverend William R. Floyd. G'.i"I Momlnr and evenlnr services WET. Maple and Maryvllle Momlng and evening services by ths Reverend Jan Van Lear of Tuscaloosa. Ala. EDEN CHAPEL. Easter. Avenue Helahts 2:30 n m.. Sundav school- 8 p. m.. nreachlnz: by - Doctor JI. M. Thomas. Epiacopnl. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL. Thlrte-nth and Locust: the Reverend C M. Davis. Denn 7 a. m. and 8 a. m.. holv co lunlcn; 11 a. m.. services; s p. m evening pravvr and ser mon CHURCH OF THR ASCENSION. Cates and Goodfellow: the Reverend Doctor James R. Winchester. Rector 7 a. m.. holv communion: Ha. m , morning prayer and sermon: 8 P. m. evening prayer and pennon. CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION. Twenty-elrtth and Washlnrtton: the Reverend Charles F. Blalsdell. Rector 8.30 a. m.. holy communion: 9:30 a- m.. Bible class: 11 a. m.. mcralng prayer and sermon: 8 p. -n . evenlns; praer. GRACE. Eleventh and Warren: the Rverend Benjamin E. Reed. Rector 10 30 a. m.. aei-V7 Ice; midday communion first Sundav of each month: 7:30 a. m, communion third S-'nvlay. MOUNT CALVARY. Grand and Lafsv.tt': the Reverend P. TV. Fauntlerov. RerMr ):30 a. rn.. Sunday school: 11 a. rn.. mcrolng prayer and s-rmon: 8 n. m.. evenlna- plyr. CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER-S-T'ices held In Parish House. Euclid and Wh'nRton: service. 11 a. m.; evenlne. 8: Sunaav school. 3:30 a ra ST. ANDREW'S. No. 142S North Garrison: the Reverend J. A. Dooris. Rector 9 . a. m.. Sunday school: 11 a. m.. service and sermon: 7:45 p. m . evening prayer and sermon: 730 a. m . eemmunlon. ST. AUGUSTINE. Bruno and B.endin: theJ iteverena u. u. v. Miner, jtecior it a. ra . momlns: prayer and sermon; 8 p. m , choral evcnsoiK. ST. GEORGE'S. Pendleton and Olive: the Rev erend R. A Holland. S T D-. Rector Morn ing. '"Ihe Beauty of Life." ST. JAMES'S. Ooode and Cote Brlll'ante: the Reverend Doctor E. Duckworth. Pastor 730 a. rn., holy communion; H a. ra., momlng prayer and holv communion; 8 p. m.. cven.ne; prayer and sermon. ST. MARK'S. Fortieth and Washirgton: the Reverend J. K. Brennan. Pastor Holy com munion. 9 a. m.; sermon, 11 a. m. ST. PETER'S. Llndell and Spring; the Rever end William Short. Rector Holy communion. 7:43 a. m , except on first Sunday of the month, when It Is at 11; momlng prayer and sermon at 11: 8. evening prayer and address; Sunday Fchool at 9:30. ST. PHILIP'S, Union and Maple; the Rever end William Elmer, Rector 1 30 a. ra.. holy communion; 11 a. m.. momlng prayer and ser mon; 3 p. m vesper service. BT. HTEPHEN'S, sixth and Rutger: the Rev erend Henry Watson Mlzner. Rector Cele bration ofttne holy communion at 7 and 930 a. m.; 8 p. m.. mission service with lantern illustrations. , ST MATTHEW'S. Wilson. Near Frisco Park; the Revtrend C. H. Collins, Rector 11 a. m.. sermon and services. CHURCirOF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. No. II3S Salena; the "Reverend B. F. Newton. Rector 10145 a. m.. mofnlng prayer and ser mon: 9:30 a. m., Sunday school: 8 p. m., serv ice. EMMANUEL, Old Orchard The Reverend J. Courtney Jones. Rector Services 11 a. ra. and 4 p. rn. ST. THOMAS'S MISSION (Deaf-Mutf). Bo flnger Memorial Chapel; the Reverend J. H. Cloud, Rector 11 a. m.. services. BT. PAUL'S. Michigan and. Malt; the Rever- munion: 9:30 a. ra . Sunday school: 1130 a. rn., momlng prayer, with sermon and special music: 8 p m , evening prayer, with sermon. HOLY INNOCENTS. Morsan Ford Road and Tholozan; the Reverend W. A. Hatch. Rector It a. m. and 8 p. m., sermon and services TRINITY, Channing and Franklin: the Rever end Father II. C St. Clair, Rector 7 a. ra.. matins: 7:30 a. m., low mass; 11 a. m., choral mass and sermon: 8 p. m., evensong and ser mon. EPIPHANY MISSION HOUSE. Northeast Cor ner Boyla and Gibson Sunday school. 230 p. m.; evening prayer and sermon. 830 p. m. CHURCH Or THE ADVENT (Mission), OK Minerva, tho Reverend James R. Winchester, D. D., Rector Sunday school, 9.43' a. m.; lay reading, 11 a. m. CATHEDRAL .MISSION, No. 4240 North Grand Avenue 9 a. m., holy communion: 9:45 a. ra., Sunday school: 10:30, prayer and sermon: 7 p. m . Young People's Mission; p. m ovening prayer and sermon. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Hickory and Dolman Street; the Reverend Crozler G. Adams. Rector Services. 730 a. ra.; holy eucharlst, 9:i5 a. m.: Sunday school, u a. ra.; morning prayer and sermon. German Evangelical. BETHLEHEM, Shaw and Hereford; the Rev erend Henry C Grabendlnke). Pastor S.rv. ices at 10.30 o, m. and 8 p. m. CARONDELET. Michigan and Koeln; the Rev erend Edward L. Bleiberue, Pastor Services at 10 a- rn. and 7:30 p. m. CHRIST, Manchester and Blendon; ths Rever end John Erdmann, Pastor tisrvlces at lOJt a. m. and 8 p. ra. CHURCH OF JEHUS. Victor and Twe'fth; the Reverend John J. rink. Pastor Services at 10 a. ra. and 8 p. m. EMMAUS. Chouteau and Tower Grove: the Reverend Carl Pleger, Pastor Services at 10:30 a. ra. FRIEDES, Nineteenth and Newhouse; the Rev erend Otto liautzer. Pastor Services at 10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. EDEN, Hamilton and Bartmer: the Reverend Paul Pfeiffer, Pastor 10.30 a. m.; evening. 7:43; young people's services; morning. "Char ity Work.1' ST. JAMtS'S, College and Blair; the Rever end Chris Nollau, Pastor Services at 10 a. rn, and 7:45 t. m, ST. JOHANNES'S. Fourteenth snd Madison; ths Reverend Frederick Klemme, Pastor Services at 10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. BT. LUKE'S. Scott and Jefferson: ths Rever end Henry Walser. Pastor Services at 10 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. ST. MARK'S, Third and Soulard; the Reverend H. H. Bllla. Pastor bervlcfs at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. ro. ST. MATTHEWS. Jefferson and Potomac; ths Reverend Henry Drees. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. BT. PAUL'S. No. 1130 south Ninth; the Rev erend J. Iron. Pastor Services at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. TRINITY. Neosho and Michigan; the Rever end F. W. Esser, pastor Services at 10 a. m. and 730 p. m. ZION. Twenty-fifth and Benton: the Reverend John Jt. Baltzer, Paster Services at 10 a. m. and 7-t5 p. m. EBENEZER. No. 2521 IJcNslr: tho Reverend A- Fischer. Pastor 10 a. ro., service with sermon; 730 p. m., Sunday fchool s-rvlce. BETHEL (English). Nineteenth and Wright. Schnette's Hall; the Reverend Theophlle L. Mueller, Pastor 1030 a. m., sermon by the Reverend R. J. Schucb MIBSION, 3530 Morgan Ford Road; the Rever end W. Schmidt, Pastor 1033 a. ra., sermon. German Evangelical Luthernn. BETHANIA, Natural Bridge Rdad and Clay; the Reverend M. Martens, Pastor Services at 10 a. ro. and 8 p. ra. BuTHLEHKM, Salisbury and Florissant; the Reverend C. L. Janzow, Pastur; the Rever end Li JTuerblnger. Assistant Services at 9:30 a, m. and 230 p. m. CHRIST, No. 3504 Caroline; the Reverend E. H. -T. Schcessler, Pastor Services at 10 a. ro. and 7 p. m. CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER: tha Rever end L. Buchhelmer. Pastor 1030 a. m. and 3:30 p. ro. services CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS. Miami and Ohio; the Reverend Charles C Schmidt, Pas torServices at 10 a. m. and 3 p. ro, CONCORDIA, Old Manchester Road. Near Junction With Manchester Avenue: the Rev erend Ferdinand B. Buenger, Pastor. EMMAUS. Jcnerwm anu Ariitand; tnt Reverend Richard T. Kretxxchroar. Pastor Services at 10 JS a. ro.; English services, ( p. m.; Engllse service seend rtnasy tf rnch n.onih h u hi HOLY GHOST, Grand and Page; the Reverend Pedro llgen. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. IMMANUEL. Fifteenth and Morgan; the Rev erend O. Wanglln. Pastor. ST. JOHN'S. Morgan Ford Road and Chippe wa; the Reverend Herman Bartels. Pastor Services at 10 a. ra. and 7 p.. m. ST. LUKE'S. Itaska and Compton: the Rever end Frederick W. King, Pastor Services at 10 a. m. 8T. PAUL'S. Prairie and Von Paul- the Rev erend .John F. Koesterlng. Pastor Services at 9.30 a. ra. and 230 p. ro. 8T. "PETER'S. Vista and Newstead: the Rev. erend Theodore Schnrdel, Pastor Services at 18:45 a. -m. and 7:45 v ro. ST. TRINITY, Sixth and Koeln: the Rever end Jacob J. Berntbal, raster Services at U a. ra. and 7 -p m. SWEDISH .GETHSEMANE. No. 1311 Cailfor--irlat the Reverend Carl J. Renhard. Pastor Services at 11 a, m. and 7:15 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. ra. Zngllih Lnthcrnn. ST. MARK'S. Cardinal and Bell: the Reverend Doctor M. Rhodes. Pastor Morning. "The Victory nf the Lamb"! evening serviee, - ANFF IN CANADIAN ROCKIES 4 REACHED BY THE DOUBLE DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAIN SERVICE OF THE For Further" Particulars Apply to C. E. BENJAMIN. Trav. Pass'r Agt 315 Chestnut St., St. Louis. A. C. SHATV, G. A. P..D., 228 S. Claris St., OTICAGO. MOUNT CALVARY. No. 107 Euclid Momlag and evening; services. t GRACE. SL Iiuls and Garrison: the Rsverend Martin Bommer, Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 1p.m. H ST. PAUL'S. Chauteau and Taylor: George H. Reen. Pastor Momlng and evening sermon by the pastor. VANDEVENTER MISSION, No. 3344 Olive 4 c. m . Sunday school: 3 p. m.. preaching by the Reverend T, A. Winkler. CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER. Utah and Oregon; L. Buchhelmer. Pastor 10 a. m. ana S p. rn.. services. Reformed. MAPLE AVENUE. Maple tnd Clarendon: the Reverend J. C. Horning. Pastor Morning. The Enual Commandment": evenlmr service. feALEM (Ocrman): the Reverend W. F. Horst meler. Pastor Morning and afternoon serv lce. Rcortrantxetl Chnrch of Jcsno Christ. OIELTENHAM BRANCH. 5731 Manehesters Sur.day school 10 a. ra.. T. McKevItt, suprr-lntenden-; preaching service. K p. m.: W. R. Ufldman rollglo Tuecday at 3 p. m.. C J. Remington, president. OAK HILL MISSION. Humphrey and Morean Ford Road Sjnday school at 90 a. m.: preichlnr at p. m. by Elder R Archibald. ROCK CHURCH, Glasgow and Dickson Sun dav school. 9:30 . m.. T. J. Elliott, super intendent; preaching. II a. m. by S. A. Bur-f-ess; prayer meeting, ( p. m.; evening serv ce. . Elder W. J. Smith, pastor: Wednes day praer service. 3 p. m.; rellglo. Friday at 8 p. m. Christian Science. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (Scientist). ICImr's hlxhnay and Westminster-Services 10:43 and S j. m. SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, Henneman Hall. No. i-23 Olive Services at 10:45 a. m. Unitarian. CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH: the Reverend John W. Day. Pastor Momlng, 9:30; Sun day school, 11 a. m.; "The Whole Man." New Jerusalem (Srreilenborglnn). CHURCH OF THE DIVIrvr. HUMANITY, Del mar and Spring: the Reverend C 3. Eby, Pas tor 11 am.. FIRST GERMAN, Twelfth and Trier; the Rev erend Charles A. Nussbaum, Pastor 10.30 a. ro. THIRD SOCIETY (German), comer St. Louis and Rauschenbach Avenues! the Reverend C. L. Carrlere, Pastor 11 a. ra.. services as usuaL Unlversaliat. ENTERTAINMENT HALL. Odeon; the Rever end Ella E. Barrett 11 a. m., "Concepts ot God." Jewish. TEMPLE ISRAEL. LefOngwell and Pine 10:15 a ra.. Doctor I eon Harrison. Cthlcnl. ETHICAL SOCIETY. Memorial Hall, Nine teenth and Locust Streets 11 a. m.. lec ture. Spiritualism. CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL UNITT, Mssonle Temple, Oleon: the Reverend W. F. Pe-k, Pastor 2:30, conference and tests; 7:43 p. m.. "The Unseen Universe." TEMPLE OF SPIRITUALISM. No 8315 Pine; the Reverend Thomes Grlmshaw. Pastor Lec ture at 11:45 a. m.. "Phenomena and Phllos ophr of Spiritualism." FIRST GERMAN SOCIETY-. Debreeht's Hall. Lynch and McNalr Avenuerthe Reverend K. T. Hary Friday, 2:30 p. m.: Sunday 3 p. m. SOCIirrY OF SflRITUAL KESttKCH. Ninth snd Arsenal Meeting at 3 p. m.. "Is It Rea sonable to Worship GodT" CENTRAL SPIRITUAL SOCIETY, Jefferson and Cass 2:30 p. m., lecture by Mrs. Dor mer. OLIVE STREET CONGREGATION. Olive and Garrison Services at 230 and. 7-30 p. m. by the Reverend. Josle K. Folsom and C TV. Stewart. lecture and tests at each meeting. UNITED MEDIUMS' SPIRITUAL ASSOCIA TION. Nineteenth and Wrl-tnt streets t! p. m.. lecture, followed br demonstrations by Mrs. Jones. SPIRITUAL MCKTINa. I71 Lucas Avenue Sunday, 5:30 n. m.. open meeting; test seance by Mrs. L. A. Roberts. Pastor RFSL'RRECTION C11URCII Eighteenth and Chouteau: Mrs. Gallo. Lecturer 8 p. rn. Sen Thoncht. WEST END CHURCH. No. SS07 'West Belle Place Services 11 a. m.: the Reverend John I Perrln. Pastor. , FIRETT CHURCH, Eighteenth and restalozsl streets (German) Pervlces 11 a. m. and s p. ro. The Reverend II. H. Schroeder. Pastor. NORTH SIDE CHURC1L No. 1101 North Four teenth Street Services ": a. m. Edmund T. TtilpMer l.ader. READINB-ROOM. 115 Lrcust Streetll a. m., the Reverend V. R. McDonald, speaker. Other Clinrchex. UNION. MISSION. No. 1132 Franklin: the Rev erend M. B. Gott. Pastor Preachlnjt at II a. m. and I p. m. by the pastor. Other services as ususl. BETHESDA CHAPEL. Vista and Grand Ave nues 3 p. m. . . NIEDR1NUHAU3 SIISSION. Seventh and Cass 8 p. m., services . OLBANER MISSION, No. 10 North Tenth 2 o. m., Sunday school: S p. ro.. service; Frances M. Ruth, superintendent. FRANKLIN AVENUE MISSION. No. 1923 Franklin Avenue2:30 p. m.. Sunday school; ? reaching- at ISO p. m. ...... EN-DOOR MISSION, Second and Clark; Mr. and Mrs. Gerhauser. Superintendents Open lne service at I:J0 P. m. CHURCHES OF GOD. No, Ml Old Manchester Rood: the Revrend A R. narnett. Pastor v.ay: Mr. snd Mrs L. R. Haines, Superin tendents !.M p. m.. Sunday school; t p. m , CHURCH OF OOD. Renton snd Thirteenth; ' the neerena jonn .ai7, -uji oriYiccn OPEN-X)R CHAPEL, No. 1502 South Brond 25M Montiromery. J. VV. Bloyd. Pastor lo:M a. m . sermon by the Reverend Mr. Hutton; I o m the Reerend W. IL. Blake. SPRUCE STREET MISSION. No. 11-11 South Seventh 7:5 n m , roaDel service SAI.VATION ARMY CORPS-No. 11 Franklin Avenue; Adjutant T. J. Smith In charse; Elsjhth and Walnut streets. Enslin S. C. Isaacs In chlrre; No. 2C29 Franklin avenue. Captain Wir.Iam Iarson In charae; No. 15!9 South Broadway. Enslsn ilaude CT-menta In chsrse; Provlsknal Headauarters, Eighth and Walnut streets, Lleutenafit Colonel Stephen Marshall, commander. Meetings held at the above places at II a. m., 1 and s p. m. on Sunday: week nlchts at I o'clock. . THIMSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Stumpf Boildlna;. "The Masters as Facts and Ideals. CENTRAL MISSION. No. tit North Eleventh; the Reverend C. IL McCaslln. Minister I p. m.. Sunday school; S p. m , service. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. Delmar and Newstead: R. C. Porter. Pastor Saturday, u a. m., service: Sunday, 8 p. tn. service, EVANGEL MISSION. Third and Elm 11 a. rn. and "30 s. m.. services; I p. xn., Sunday school FRIENDS OF ISRAEL UNION MISSION. No. 1107 Wash Services, S30 p. m.; address by Mark Lev. CHURCH OF THE- FIRSTBORN. No. 7H Tex as Avenue 3 n. m. PEOPLE'S MISSION. Eleventh and Locust Streets 3:20 p. m.. union meetlnx and Bible class: 7 p. m., "The Music and Poetry o Life." KEW THOUGHT meeting. 2:M p. ra.. No. I1J Olive street "Rerenoratlon." VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. No. MH Frank lii Ayenue. Castaln W. A Vosburh In com mandSunday school, 10:20 a. m.; youns; peo ple's meeting, :30 p. m.; gospel service, t PROGRESSIVE CHRISTIANITT (German). Dexter Hall Fourteenth and Benton; the Rev erend M. Hun'er. Pastor Servlcrs 11 a m. and p. m.. lectors and teats by the Rev erend J. Johnren. PROGRESSIVE' CHRISTIANITT (English). 'Bremen Hall. No. 3507 North Eleventh street Services 3 p. ra.: the Reverend M. Hunter. Eastor. iJECT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Boeker HaU, Twentieth and Blssell 8treets. North Sunday school at 10 a. m. : preaching at 11 s m. and 7:45 p. m. Reverend George B. Greene. Keep mouth and teeth absolutely clean. Tour health, depends upon it SANITOI TOOTH POWDER will help you do It ZS cents. Cares Stomach Troubles. Ilorsford's Acid Phosphate Produces healthy activity of weak and disordered stomachs; perfects digestion, ana Improves appetite. A strength builder. ST. ROSE'S SCHOOL CLOSING. Commencement"Exerdses Held In Porenoon Repeated at Night TIm commencement exercises of St Boss's School were held 7esterday In St Rose'a HaU, Etxel and Goodfellow ave nues, at lOdd a. rn., and repeated at 8 o'clock, last night. The object of folding the exercises twice was to afford women-with small children who could not come out at night, an op portunity of seeing the children go through their parts. The programme included a spectacular THE WOMAN'S BR! ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST IS A CANCER! 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The other numbers consisted of recitations, music selections and drills. The training; which the children had re ceived was manifested In the careful man ner In which they rendered their parts under the direction of Slter Vlctorlne, prin cipal of the school, seconded by her assist ants, Elsters Sablna, Julia, Bernards, An tonlna and Delphine. The latter has charge of the music The Reverend J. H. Hoeschen. assistant pastor of St Rose's, who Is a skilled violinist, led in some of the most difficult of the music pieces. MUses Marguerite Brennan, Etna Duffy, Rosaline O'Brien, Mary Lavln, Edna Mc Donald and Florence McNearney, who completed the school course, received each a cold medal at the hands of the Rev erend J. 3. McGlynn. pastor of Bt. Rose's. Patrick J. Lavln of the senior class won one of the St. Louis University scholar ships, which entitles him to a through classical course of, six years. During the last year 225 pupils were en rolled. In St. Rose's School. fl.TS Sprlnjtfleld and netnrn Sl.TK. Every Sunday via, Illinois Central. Phone Main 23S9, city ticket, offlce. Trains leave Union Station 7:CS a. m. and 8:40 a., m. South Side Scinare Concert To-SIght. The third concert of the municipal sum mer series will take place-this evening at Bouth St Loul9 square, Professor C A. Sarll's Band having been chosen for the occasion. Following Is the programme: March. "Columbian Club," Togel: waltz, "An Autumn Bud," Tesser: overture, 'Lrgh Ov alry," Suppe; two-step, "Red Feather," Dt Koven; song, Toreador'a Song," Tobanl; se lection, "Carmen." Bliet: two-step. "Dixie Girl." Tampe; lntermexxo. "Mousroe," Eu gene; selection, "Yankee Consul," Rubn: march. "The Matinee Qtrl.7 Hall; overture. "America." Catltn; "Dixieland,' Haines; "Under the Anheuser-Bnseh,"- von Tllxer; medley, "A Night In New York." "Hrcol-r: gallop. "Just Enough to Bring Me On," l'lalo. The next concert will be given at Forest Park to-morrow night. 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