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Special Sermons and Music to Be Heard in the Ci'y Churches Again Tomorrow
RESPONSIBILITY
THEME AT BRACE
League,
Sunday School,
Brotherhood. Sewing So
ciety and Church Clubs
DR. WATT TO ADDRESS
WEDNESDAY SERVICES
At Grace M. E. Church, the Sacra
ho evening Ur. W. B. Sumwalt wll
unlinue his series-of evening ser
ions on "Some (Jïïèstlons Asked by
• sus." Uiis week's subject being, "-A
•ueslion of Responsibility."
The musical program for the day In
ludes : Morning, organ prelude. "Oom
aunlon in O," Batiste; anthem. "My
Jod Look Upon Me," Hopkins: orean.
Po»t!ude in F Major," West. Evening,
15 to 7.30 o'eloek. organ recital; "Pll
Ihorus." Wagner; "O the Lilt-1
Slabblns; "Prelude '
Mascagni; anthem.'
ent of the Lord's Supper will be ad
Tim's
ng Springtime."
;nd Intermezzo,"
Lord of Heaven," Rossi; offertory con
ralto solo. Miss Hoss, "Just As 1 Am,'
Green; organ postlude, "Alla Marcia,"
Chauvet.
"Every member present and visitor
lay" will be observed in the Sunday

■chool
;he morning church service.
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"^m i!, mi«« Pii.n '
win in < narge or . 11 . .
T I
o'clock, will be In charge of Miss Ellen
Mesrns' Sunday school class. Norman
Wade will be the speaker and Ro b "t I
Tavls will play« vio.ln solo.
mens dinner ill oe * * !
Monday, at r, o clock, in • ''f'..,
•louse. The Brotherhood meeting 'uij
ollow tnat of the dinner.
>w Castle County Graded
•ehwol Union vvlll ^meet In t
Chapel, at 8 o clock. The speak-1
r of the evenln« Is c-anuiel Grafflln, |
f New York. This meeting is °P fn l
ew mg Society will hold an til-,
meeting in the i-hurch House.
lay. Luncheon-will be servevl at
. clock. The hostesses ars Mrs. J. ®-1hy
aad. Mrs. S. O. Cleaver and Mrs. AVI1
. The business meeting of * bo I (
ockty wlil be held at 4 o'clock.
The standard Bearers will meet In the 1
3
Th
irai
î the public.
Tho
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Ham Da>
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hurch House Tuesday, at 7.30 o'clock.,
feature of the evening vvlll be a
Wsionarv drama "Tired of Missions."
Robert Watt will give a talk at
■ -"-F Tl*
The Junior League w 1 meet on rr -
tern 11 , »I 3 30 o'clock.
BClub will meet In
, H m»- '<l-.irl.: i-venlng. An
1 d lecture vvid be given,
w ... bin'City of Brittany.*
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DL HABBARTS THEME
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!. r s..n Street M. E, Church. Sev
h ami llurriton »IreeL». the Rcy. \\.
1, pnstoi*. will have serv oes ,
9 30 o'clock. Class meeting. 1
.^omn leader: 10Ä) O'clock.
Tl
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TV
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Th
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Juli
-'•l-d,
Communion, special J 11 " 8 .®;
Pr.-lud- "Comraun.on In t. ® a, * >, '5:
postlude, "March Romaine.' O?"™ 1 .:
Burk "' - nul'/m ^Even Me ""'AVoTcStt :
i v.rnieagufwlU moeta
, .>h..-k *?»n'5l«'kSariSUby .he
Subj--i: "Human N I. ami
'-'-I'-' Compassion." Special music:
- - i t.. Pipes." Harris : "Fanfare.'
mhol»: "Hymn of Nuns." Wily; "Post
Pattlson: anthem, "I AVas Glad
Unto Me." Brown:
•lectoj i Mi»s V.dna Bail.
Mrs, Edward H. Barlow of Central
•nsbvlerlsn Church has accepltvl H>
■n*>Unn of oriranlst In Harrison Street
.hiirch and will assume her nevv duties
giving a recital In the eve
'
ary
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III!
MINISTRY STRIKING
FOR HIGHER WAGES'
Services at Cookman M. E. Church,
Fourteenth and duPont street, AV. G.
Harris, pastor, will be as follows:
Preaching by the pastor at 10.45 o'clock
islng as his theme, "The Marks of the
nisclple": class meeting al 9.30 o'clock ;
Sunday school at 2.15 o'clock. The last
vfferlng of the conference year for n-ls-i
«Ions Win bo received. The pastor and
... ; a few of the youn« people will give a
lemons!ration of life In India.
The Epworih League service a! 6 45
■» clock will be loo by AV. J. Staats. At
'he evening service the pastor will
■»reach on the subject, "The Ministry
Urjklng for Higher AVagos " *
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Asm RV M. F.
At Asburr M. E.
Gtiurch, the Bev
"r-orge AVhlte Dawson, pastor, serviert
"ill he: 9 o'clock, prayer meet'nc;
0.30 o'clock, preaching, subject : "Pr-v
eetion By An Inscription <>n a Plate
if Gold;" 2 o'clock, Sunday
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^ Epworth ^heme*
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Ngt.-,peeking Sheep That Hamble Off
Union Methodist Episcopal Church

Fifth and Washington Streets
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Dr. Ewing Preaches at the Evening Service.
T
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SUBJECT:
What Does it Mean to 'Perish?'
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\i Morning Baptism, Reception of Members, Holy Communion
Reinforced Choir—Contralto, Mi« Mildred Mason
tenor, Mr. Spry; bass, Mr. Marvin Crossan. Chorus choir of
2o voices.
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Miss Mason Singi at the Evening Service
HOW LOVELY ARE THY DWELLINGS," BY L1DDLE
j A " Welcome. Follow the Cr^vd, to Union
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NATIONAL SINS
PULPIT THEME
(Dr. Smiley Will Preach on
"Greed" in New Ser
mon Series
NEW SOPRANO SINGER
JOINS WEST CHOIR
At West Presbyterian Church, Eighth
and Washington sired?, the Rev. U.
»
Ja'"«» Dougherty, assistant pastor, at
*0 o'clock the session meets In tho
(Bible school ball to confer with any :
({""«" who "W *•«« »» unite with
fl " ,,huroh ' At 10J0 oclock ,he Satra - 1
ment of Hie Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered and n-w im inbers w-111 b
Diibllclv welcomed into ehnrHi fellow
a,in Th*. m. n i. . I MV. II
irelude r,c.vidoS,-,d bvBoethovi,
... ,,, .
b u \ 'iii,. chi. r vvlll sing the in- i'
by <»rey. Ihe efioir wm sing me an- (
'hem "Just as, I Am." by Eel ton Offer- :
Ye Blessed,
tory, soprano
bjr Scott, Mrs. J. Halpli Woodmancy,,
.(soloist. !
At 2 o clock, the Bible school meets
music by ,
in all departments, with
Bank's Orchestra.
Mrs. Smiley will leach the lesson In
the women's class at the same hour,
In the men's class, at 2 o'clock, Dr.
rnnlSmlley will deliver his address on the
"While Life" to men only. Irving Cas- (
j pr )ea j g (h e s 0ns service, accompanied
by Jacobs'Orchestra. Howard U. Ingram f
ft ombone's'olo.
,\t fi.45 o'clock. C. E. Society merU, !
consecration meeting. At 7.30 o'clock,
the People's Service of Song will be Pd i
[(y thp chorus choir, with orchestral '
acoompanlment. Mrs. J. Ralph Wood-1
Sun-j^^ goppano _ , at0 of Brooklyn. N.jof
.. who has been engaged as soprano
fop VV( . gt church, will begin her«:,.
M , pv|ePg al ttl | H meeting. The string
„„artet, composed of Messrs. Stause
(baoh. Jacobs. Pyle and Helms, will he
aBother mu ,i 0 al feature, augmenting
t chorus choir. The musical program
. ]u( , e -Kamannei Ostr-nv," 1
BublnsWn -postlude. "Allegro Pom
y b sh eppard: anthem. "In lleav
. n i y 'Love Abiding," hy Shelley: s. Har
.4 „«ton Jones soloist ; 'quar-el. "«Ion-'above
f" .. 1 njA " )>v Totilllf, Mrs. J. R.
, ' xtp , , c Allftrt j t. Cly
. ./' w Krarj .;-- solo and chor-;
... T) ' p re cious Jesus," by '
^ \ woodmancy and choir.
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iriAI IV OAI <A U7II 1 UlT
VIvfLlIN uULU WILL l»rj
rnirntmrnrCDDVim
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Services tomorrow at Brandywine M.
Church wl |j include special music
l ;^Ä m 'Äiin,SS."r';"T4!
9.30 o dock. HJi> comn.un 01 V
ce ih°m h V tbe m choir "Somelldiig for
rno.ica^ numbi rs by
'The . ' Tirrrv organist "Holv
Miss Helen _ • ofrerU ; ry \\
Clly. Myles B FosterolierionL wd
E. Agate. March Anglaise. Scolsou
' ^„ nf i av .chool wlll meet at 2 o'clock;
F-nworlti League service nt 645 o'clock.
pEwSSe !?.."«• a. leader
and special music by the Epworth
from Cavalerla Busiie.ma," Mas.ag
nl: "-«ng «f th- 1 «.,»:,,., " A. B-lalano;
l J ? bn l V ., " f 'M T'
U> Hlnunel• ' "March D "l'anh.-iies
"' m "®'
»; . r ', . in *.p f m bv lh . hoTr
acpt»°n ClafV. anthem Iby V u hoir,
How Hrm a 1 oundaUon. Miles her
i Man"• vloTin *ôlÔ » ''-"T
,. , 0 ,__ . in ' ee i a i „.'nsic' bv iu>
• -■ l .
T Jie Vvim«n's Forelan MKslonvrv «n
-.- ... ( , n(prta)n f!lP standard ilear
luncheon ->n Tucsdj- evening al
the ctiurcli '
!
ivn T/itiiti'iiTTi I
DR. TOMPKINS WILL
ixixrvsnu nw mnrniv iir'
PREACH ON TUESDAY
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The services In St. Andrew's P. E.
j Church, the Rev. Richard AV. Trapnell,
rector, the Rev. Edward H. Ford, as
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distant. Will he a» follows: Ho y Coin
I P UIdon a ' s o s'lock ; Bib.ft elass and
^ undal 9 •>> o clock: Holy
V.ommunlon and sermon at 11 «clock;
'y p 1 n *J S *!r ay, ' r and , f,epmon 31 ~ i5
.°« - P®oplcs meeting In the
pa I * b 1loua ® al h o'clock.
, The 8f L e 9i aI Pascher Tuesday^- - !
?. ^ will he «the Rev.
T, l0 , yd .. Tom J'. kin8 " n - f(>c,or of
i *' Trinity, Philadelphia.
11 ^ Chapel, cor
n « r Ph lrl®5' and Efghlh streets, will be
Hhe Sunday school at 2 o'clock; Bible
(class at 3 o'clock and evening prayer
(and sermon at 5 o'clock. Litany and
address al 8 o'clock Wednesday. !
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IMMAMEL Mil RMI.
Immanuel Church, Seventeenth
and Rlveniew ,-ivenue. ehe Roy. Char).'«
munîon**nl ^.45° o'cTork, h 8imdav*^Schooi
STA
and sermon al 7.45 o'clock.
evening prayer
!!
Why You Should Go
To Church
I
To be of no church is dangerous. Religion,
of which the rewards are distant, and which is
animated only by Faith and Elope, will glide by
degrees out of the mind, unless it be invigorated
by external ordinances, by stated calls to wor
ship, and the salutary influence of example.
Johnson, Life of Milton.
Christian Endeavor Topic
WHAT IS WISDOM.
11) THE REV. WALTER «. CLYDE.
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If wisdom is the principal tiling, what
'* ulsdo " ,? W** 1 " ha " wi& '
dom as knowledge and the rapacity
make use of It" Coleridge has saldT
w „ „ K
T.T a " ' ,n ® ornmo "
grec I» what the world calls wisdom."
i' rhe ,,0ly s P |rlt has given a clear, con-'
... . . .
c *« definition of wisdom and of under
islanding: "Behold the fear of the ;
j or( | , hst ig W |sdom, and to depart
from evil is understanding;" (Job 28 Æ8).
j„ |> rover h, HI „j if, e jjew Testament
11.0 Holy Spirit has climaxed all other
definitions: "Wisdom Is Christ." He
8 ; 23-31, I Cor. i ; 24-30,
t "Wisdom is He who
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j g or g ;.g if,at ......
has been from everlasting. Christ the
Wisdom of God, who was made unto
( u „ wisdom from God; the bidden vvis
which God ordained before the
world unto our .'believers) glory. To
(possess wisdom Is to receive Christ,
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j MUj | and to repent of sin.
Homr hihI Family -Joyi.
-fhero Is no institution so sacred as 1
the home. It was the llrst Instltullon
established by God. The Instruction
the wise man In Chapter 5. alUvhead
«ether with the advice of Paul In Eph.
j„ „ panacea for all family Ills.
Sabbath school (cacher once said to his
hass of young women: "To make a
home happy their must be tvv.o bears In
jhe home. « bear and a forebear.". The
Oiappy homo Is the'one where Christ Is
Lord Master. Ho cannot bo such is the!
"family altar" Is not established.!times."
Father, mother, aro you kneeling with
your children, supplicating the Father,
for tho outpouring of his bless- ;
ing upon Ihe home and praising Him
for His saving and keeping power? If
there is no family altar In your home,
start one today. Make the homo one In
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MISS MASON TO SING
AT UNION CHURCH
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At Union M. E. Church, the Rev. Har
vey Wlnfleld Ewing. U. b.. minister, the
»crvlces will be; Class meeting at 9.30
unlock. Public worship at 10 30
o'clock; baptism, reception of members
an( j Holy Communion; Sunday school
at. 2 o'clock: Epworth League at 6.30
Äl; « ÄS JS
10 Per i g h
Music for the day will be: Prelude
"Andante in B Flat"; anthem. "My God
and Is T!i Table Spread**; anthem.
"There I» No Sorrow, Lord"; offertory,
,. Me , od Jn --posiluclc," Fanfare."
Ev( , n|niç _ upgan reclul at - lr ,
o'clock: anthem, "0 Come to My
Heart Lord Jesus"; contralto solo,
Miss Mildred Mason. Offertory Even,
Sons. Po stlude, Scherzo. _
y'PROACHOF NEW ERA
«rftVlU H W WC.W LIXi\
MINISTER'S THEME
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The services for tomorrow at Mc- 1
Cabe Memorial M. E. Church will be
,, h t (,p Holy Communion at 10 30 ;
®. c|m . k , n chs J of (he pastor At
12.15 o'clock, Sunday school.
y,rfi - Sh-rnhler will be the leader of |
the devotional service at the Epworth !
League service nt 6.45 o'clock.
,n ,hp evening at 7.30 o'clock Urn
h a stor will preach the fourth of the
(series of sermons on the "Spiritual
Significance of the War." he subject
for this discours^ will be "The Ap- i
proaeli of a New Fra Tho choir will !
p ' Ve a sood l ,r °8 ram of music at both
scrvlces
RICH ABDSON DARK.
At Richardson Park M. E. Churoh, the ,
Rev. George W. Bounds, pastor, ser- j
vices tomorrow will be as follows :
1030 o'clock, Sacrament of the Lord's :
Supper and reception of members; 12 15
o'clock. "Missionary Day" will be ob
served by the Sunday School, p. L.
Justisoo, supt.;
subject. "AA'tiat It
Jesus." followed by evangelistic ser
vices Revival meetings will he held
during the week at 8 o'clock*
Heaven?"
o'clock.
Daughters."
730 o'clock, sermon.
Costs to Follow
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FASTI.AKF I'lltSnVTFRIAV
Eastlake. Presbyterian Church, pas
tor, the Bev. T, P. Mordecal. will hold
morning service at 10.30 o'clock.
Theme; "Shall AVe Meet Dead In
Evening, service at
Theme: "Our
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Si. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church
JACKSON AND TENTH
"THE FRIENDLY CHURCH"

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1000 FREE SEATS
—7.15 P. M—
The Orchestra Plays
7.30 P. M. Dr. Hubbard Prcache
The Future Life, or
Does Death End All?
Mrs. Kemery Will Sin£
—10.30 A. M.—
The Blood Atonement
Nursery for Small Children
"THE FRIENDLY CHURCH"

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wlilch Jesus will make his adobe. (John
' ExaBallon at .he Unrri .f
to, n r , , * od - i
Th
f * ,, n worW *y
(Many arc the highbrows. A highbrow.
|' as n?®"" wh °
educated beyond his Intelligence. It'is
m J'* nt byth ls that he has knowledge
without tho capacity to make due use
of , t Thp xv|g(j man of ol ,, has „kj.
; "Every word of God is tried. Helsa
shield unto them that take refuge in
him. Add thou not unto His words.
lest He reprove thee and thou be found
a Bar." (Cho. 30; 5-C Rv.) The high
brow of today says the account In
Genesis of the creation Is not to b»
laken literally. Also that Jonah was not|"j
and that the
e real Bible.
...._. _ _
swallowed by a great fish
story forms no part of the
Christ put His stamp of authority
Ihe account of Jonah and the flsh 7Mal I
12. 38-42), therefore Ihe wise-professor j
is reproved and found lacking in
truth. "' '—
that God the son "dwelt among us,
The^ Inspired^ writer has saidj^
mn »a#.. «**«.... i
(John 1:14) : that "we have redemption
through His blood, forgiveness of sins." I
The Solomon of today says: "The God
of Christ is nothing but .1 m>' d ' I
and Ihe seriptural words, without M*® 1
A'shedding of blood, Is no remission.' "f® 1
foolish and futile. The 'word of God' N,
the Holy Scripture. It is true from the
llrst word io Genesis to the last word
In the Revelation. 'The words of Jc
hovah' are pure words, as silver tried
in a furnace on earth, puritled seven
(Ps. 12: «). Do not be deceived
by Ihe philosophy of the wisdom of tills
world. "For the wisdom of this world
Is foolishness with God. For It Is writ
ten. 'He takelh the wise In their own
craftiness.' And again 'the Lord know
eth lh e thoughts of the wise, that they
are vain." (i Cor. 3; 18-19).
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ORGAN RECITAL AT
SILVERBROOK M. E.
.In
At Sllverbrook M. E. Church lhe Rev.
Elwood Jones, pastor, will preach at
, lh
sei vices.
The morning service will begin at
10.25 o'clock, with an organ recital by
Miss Connell. The Sacrament of the
jj-» «' ».i"'Âv
the pastor at this service. The subject
° r pastor's Communion address will ]
N* "the Source of Strength." The Sun- 1
(J *y ^hool will hold Its session at 12
o'clock. The Epworth League will hold
Its devotional meeting at 6.45 o'clock, !
T ho evening preaching service, begin
nlng al ,.30 o'clock, will open with or
gan selections by Miss Connell, follow
ed by a song service. The pastor will
preach on the subject 'The Return to
pastor's class wii[meetWednesday eve
o'clock 8m1Ce beSiDDlng at 8
o clock. _
AOLtATEERS OF AUKRK \
_ V AMERICA.
1716 'oluntcers of America, No. 508
Shipley street, vvlll conduct services
| 0 clock ; Bible ciass, 3 o'clock ; open
! a,r meeting, Fourth and Market streets,
'' 7 15 o'clock; song service in hall at
8 o'clock; preaching 8.30 o'eloek, by
jibe Bev. L. B. Carter, of Philadelphia,
and also by the Rev. Thomas Forest,
of Philadelphia. #
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Wesi Church
Eighth and
Washington ;
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10.30 A. M
Holy Communion
7.30 P. M
Our Nation's Sins—Greed
Mrs.J. Ralph Woodmancy. Soprano.
String Quartet
Messrs. Stausebach, Jacobs, Pvle, Helms,
tlymer's thorns Choir
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C. E. at 6.45
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Bible School at 2
DOES DEATH END
LIEE OF MAN?
Dr. Hubbard to Continue
Doctrinal Sermons at St.
Paul's M. E. Church
ORCHESTRA CONCERT
OF SACRED NUMBERS
Dr. Carlisle L. Hubbard, pastor of St.
continue his series of sermons, having 1
(to do with the Unitarian beliefs and
the Christian doctrines. Ills theme for-,
.the morning will be "The Blood Atone-'j
menl> .. germon being followed by |
» Communion service. In the evening ;
i.i, .i.hwi u-in h, «fhi, vninn i if*
subj ct be E 1-uture L f, or
Does Death End All." Mrs. Eleanor
Jf'oirton Kemery will sing at both ser
.
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St. Paul s Sunday School Orchestra
will give a sacred concert at 7.15
o'clock. This orchestra plays every
Sunday afternoon during the Sunday j
school service, at 2 o'clock. I
The choir, under the leadership of i
Prof. Charles T. Edwards, chorister, (
will sing, "I Will Sing of the Mercies.",
Herbert, soloist. J. Walter Boyer, and
Was Glad" Brown. The offertory in
Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, will
t) ]€ morning
! Ml ss Clara
M19S ulara ^proui,
upon'^'ood and In the ..
I ^ Irs Eleanor G. Kemery.
f) 0( piy and
(cross" Ocibel
will be a soprano solo by
Clara Sproul, "Resignation,"
evening a trio by
Wilmer S.
J. Walter Boyer, "The
_ M _ Mrs. Kemery will sing
close of the sermon In the eve,
Charles LaBoube Edwards will
iolin solo just before the ser
n . nir
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JJ ' *
' numbers by Miss Sarah
, t u d , 0 „Whltewinbe"At Sunrise."
,.« wee , jjour or Prayer" Loud,
.^ffJhith* Echoes " and "Allegro Moder
; abba " , E f" ' * 8
'loamer.
,T b * v Endeavor -will meet
® l1 °'*• Eby,al * , pld
a ' °.f, c 4 ,, n , ,
week s Miss All* uursie;u.
At the close of the morning service
there will be a brief in ® el
debt raising committee in the official
board room.
On Monday evening the. Junior Auxtl
at
I ary of the AV. F, M. S-._wlll
the home of Mrs. Edward üreenhalgh.
No. 519 Franklin street.
The W. G. TU. will meet ob«Tum
our gymnasium.
Wednesday night, at 7 oeiook., the
Junior church holds Is service, lllus
trat ® d sermon» are given each 'we w.
Prayer meeting Is held the same eve
nlng from 8 to 9 0 clock.
Thursday night the boys baskelbad
team will meet the Epvvorlh quintet at
' he High School gymnasium, al 8
.*« «-w nw- »
'The Bov Scoutes, under
leadership of Frank E. Ives, wUl
at Hils time.
rm, e osteopathic Clinic
-phursdav night from 7 to 9 o'clock,
nr. p a Uerson and Nason In charge,
Ç"' 1 for small children,
will meet
hprp Daren ts mav leave their small
-hiidren*during service hdür*.
ch,ldren durIng
EZION CHURCH.
? e ,®c k P w r mon followed by the sac
raÄ ofThe Lords Supper, by the
pastor; 12.30 o'clock, class meetings ;
>.30 o'clock. Sunday School, accompan-
jw by ori .heslra. C. G. Laws, superln
t ( . m i,» n t; 6.45 o'clock. Epworth League,
j : eü bv Douglas ?. King and Saunders
preaching services, sermon by tho Rev.
g T. Fields, pastor of Haven M. E.
Church; Ihe Rev. Mr. Fields and Dr.
King will exchange pulpits Tuesday
evening, class meeting: Wednesday,
3.45 o'clock. Junior League. Miss Carrie
A. Wiggins, supt.
'
LENTEN SPEAKER
BISHOPFISHE
Sunday and Daily Services
Arranged for Trinity Epis
I r'u u
Copal L.nurcn
PREACHER ON SUNDAY
I
DR. KIRKUS WILL BE
Services in Trinity P. E. Church, Del
aware avenue and Adams street, tomor
row, will be as follows: Holy Commun
Ion, 7.30 o'clock; Sunday school, 9.30
o'clock; litany. Holy Communion and
sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer and
»frmou, 745 o'clock. The Bev. F. M.
pröaoh 1,0111 ,llürn '
Wl » an d evening.
There will be the following services
during the week :
Tuesday-Evening prayer and ad-j
dress. 4.30 o'clock- !
Communion, 9 o'clock; evenlmr praver
prayer
"(J "l o clock; Thursday
E .'® ni " s P rayer , and reading. 4.30
" . : rrldsy—Litany and address,
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Tf| e Bt, Bev. Charles Fiske, D. D.,
bishop of Central New York, will be
the preacher Wednesday evening.
First and Central Presbyterian Church
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Market Above Ninth.
Rev. J. H. Crawford, Minister.
SUNDAY, MARCH 7
—10.30 A. M.—
"THE PRE-EMINENT LORD"
—7.30 P. M.—
THE GENIUS OF THE GOSPEL
The-Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated
at the morning service.
Mrs. Calver B. Anderson and Mr. A. B. Jackson, Soloists.
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Hanover Presbyterian Church
18TH STREET AND THE BOULEVARD
—10.30 A. AL—
THE GLORY OF GOD
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—7.30 P. .VL—
THE MASQUERADE OF LIFE
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Rev. Charles H. Bohner, Minister.
Quartet Choir.
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Westminster Church
Rev. Charles L. Candee, D. D., Minister
SUNDAY, MARCH 7
MORNING SERVICE 10.30 O'CLOCK
Sermon by the Rev. John A. Mac Callum, D. D.,
of Philadelphia.
Vesper Service \ O'clock—Sermon
"WHO AM I?
Dr. Candee.
Music—The assisting so-oist will be Mr. Henry Ouer*
ney, tenor, of Philadelphia.
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M. E.
Grace
Ninth and West Streets
—10.30 A. M.—
COMMUMOÎV
—7.30 P. M.—
Dr. Sumwalt Will Preach
'A QUESTION OF RESPONSIBILITY'
12 Noon Sunday Schoo! —All
Departments
Grace Church is Everybody's Church
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Trinity Church
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DELAWARE AVE. and ADAMS STREET.
Third Sunday In Lent
Regular Services at 7.30 and 11 A, M and
7.45 P, M.
Special Music in Evening
Anthem: "Incline Thine Esr"
Mia Ka iser and Choir.
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Offertory Anthem:
"As Pants the Heart
Mrc. Dickey and Choir.
Rev. F. M. Kirkus, Rector, Will Preach
—EVENING TOPIC—
Hindrances to Religion in
Religion Itself
Spohr
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Everybody Welcome.
Seats Freee.
DR. REAMY WILL
PREACH AT NIT. SALEM
The services at Mt . Salem M. E
Church, the Bev. Leonard White, pas
tor, will be of particular Interest
Ur. H. L. Beamy of Baltimore, head of
the Win-One Legion movement in the
Washington irea or the Methoji-i
Church will be present throughout thf
.lay. lie will address the Sunday school
which meets at 9.47» o'clock. Ur.
(Beamy will preach at the 11 o'clock
service, evangelism will be the key
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(Sunday school at Biddles Chapel and at
i. o'clock will address a meeting fur
men at the rfuirch.
preach and conduct
s, ; rv lce at the evening service begin
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* On* Tuesday''eveningiVVo'cloek an
Important meeting of the
hoard will be held. This will be Hu
lîfu b ,? for ®„ Con»«"™ and
will wind up the affairs of the past
y * ar - fJn Wednesday evening praj'ei
meeting In charge of the pastor.
EASTLAKK Ml nioiHsi
EMt,ake M - E - Ghurch, thirtieth and
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gt0p ui| , 'b'a^Jundav' services,
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jqjo o'clock, c.unmunlon
reception of new memlAg-s; 2 o'clock
Bible School- f.,45 o'clock Christlau
Endeavor service-7 45 o'clock song ser
vice and sermon ' ' 8
He will also
evangelistic
an
omfi..i
morning cla--.
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