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HOSTS TO MARCH
HOLY NAME HERE
Thousands Will Parade in New
ark Streets as Protest
Against Profanity.
START AT MILITARY PARK
AT 2:30 P. M. TOMORROW
Bayley Lyceum Building to Be
Point of Demonstration
After Review.
Complete arrangements have been
*iadn for the annual parade and rally
of the Newark Diocesan Holy Name
Society tomorrow. Parades and rallies
will be in the following cities of the
Newark Diocese: Newark, Orange,
Jersey City, Elizabeth, Hoboken. Sum
mit, Paterson and Bayonne.
The parade and rally in Newark will
jbe made of societies from Newark,
Harrison, Montclair, Caldwell, Belle
ville, Nutley, Kearny, Arlington and
'Xlngsland.
Formerly the societies of the Or
anges, Mlllburn and Bloomfield pa
raded In Newark, but these societies
I are to have a parade of their own In
'Orange this year, thereby reducing the
inumber of men In the Newark parade.
In the parade, as formerly, will be
man of every walk of life, marching
under the same banner, in reverence
ifor the holy name of Jesus, pledging
'themselves to abstain and refrain from
lourstng, swearing, blaspheming or pro
jfanlng the holy name; to further by
their example the same In others who
ere not members of this society; also
to protest against the use of Indecent
or obscene language, the Indecent use
,of billboards In the displaying of un
becoming pictures, to protest against
the use and spread of vile literature,
whloh Is and has been a source of con
tamination and ruin to youth, and also
fto the limiting and stricter censorship
lof the movlng-ploture show, for a more
ihcalthy and elevated performance at
the theatre, that Is, at some of them.
Dub Will Carry Cane and Pennant.
The members of the societies will
(carry canes and a pennant, the pen
fnant made up of a blue field with the
letters H. N. 9. In white.
Grand Marshal Captain Thomas B.
O’Brien has Issued the following as to
place of formation, line of march and
point of demonstration.
The parade will form at Military ,
Park. The various societies will march j
from their respective churches to the !
position assigned them by the grand
marshal.
The parade will start promptly at
2:80 p. m., along the route as marked
out, namely, north In Broad street to
Belleville avenue, to Bloomfield avenue,
to Park avenue, to Rldg^^treet, where |
the parade will pass me reviewing
stand at Bayley Lyceum building.
The parade will be reviewed by the .
Bight Rev. Abbot Ernest Helmstetter, I
O. 8. B., representing the Right Rev. j
Bishop, who will officiate In Bayonne. 1
On the reviewing stand will be mem
bers of the clergy, the spiritual direct
ors of the various Holy Name societies,
and one layman, Mr. Edward J.
Sweeney, of Bayonne.
The parade will he made up of six
divisions as follows:
Platoon of mounted police.
Grand marshal.
Platoon of personal aides.
First Division.
Commandant, John J. Berry; aides,
Richard J. Barrett and Hugh
, Calmer. Broad street, right
resting at Canal street and
extending south.
Societies.
Band.
Ft. Michael's and St. Francis Xavier.
Drum corps.
St. Mary's.
Band and drum corps.
St. James's.
St. Anne's.
Second Division.
'Commandant, John Atkins; aides, Hugh
Godby and Antonio Butklcwtcz.
West side of Park place, right
resting on Broad street and
extending north.
Societies.
Band and drum corps.
Holy Cross, Harrison.
Band.
St. Cecilia’s, Kearny.
St. Stephen’s, Arlington.
Band.
Bt. Mary's, Harrison.
Band.
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NEWARK INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Lecture* begin October 2. 1911. New York
University credit* will be glvan.
Course a In Music, Drawing, Literature,
Grammar, History. Science, Kindergarten,
Science and Art of Teaohlng, French, Ac
countancy. Commercial Law, Corporation
Finance. Public Speaking and Boonomlo
Geography.
Inquire at Firemen’• Pharmacy. cor. Bread
and Market, after Septambar llth.
J
Grand Marshal and Others Who Are Prominent
in Holy Name Parade Taking Place Tomorrow
Hov. TIioiimin .1. W nluh. Thoina* VI. O'Vlrlrn, Grand Marahal. Morn*. Aloynftm Sle<*hor.
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Rev. M. .1. (flcnnwn.
Rev. M. p. Corcoran.
Rt. Rev. Abbot Ernest HeluiMtetter.
St. Mary’s, Kingsland.
Third Division.
Commandant, James E. McGrath;
aides, Daniel J. Murphy and
Alexander J. McPhee.
East side of Park place, right resting
at Canal street, extending north
and east on East Park street.
Societies.
Band.
St. Benedict's
Drum Corps
Glossed Sacra nit
Band.
St. Patricks's
Band.
St. Antoninus s.
Fourth Division.
Commandant, Albert J. Holle; aides,
Dominic J. Walsh and William
A. Winters.
Socities.
Band.
Immaculate Conception, Montclair.
Band.
St. Rocco’s, Newark.
Drum Corps.
St. Aloyslus’s, Caldwell.
Band.
St. Columba’s, Newark.
St. Charles Borromeo.
Band.
St. Mary’s. Nutley.
Fifth Division.
Commandant, Patrick Campbell; aides,
B. Gotti and Cornelius O’Connor.
East on Park place, right resting on
Saybrook place, extending north
on Park place and east on
Rector street.
Societies.
Band.
St. Peter’s, Belleville.
Drum corps.
St. Bridget’s. Newark.
Band and drum corps.
St. Aloysios’. Newark.
Band.
Our Lady of Good Counsel, Newark.
Drum corps.
St. Aloysius’s, Newark.
St. Philip Neri, Newark.
Sixth Dlvlnlon.
Commandant, Captain Michael J. Dur
kin, aides, John E. O’Neill
r.nd William t ICennah.
East side of Park place, right rest
ing on Rector street and extending
north on Park place and east on Ful
ton street.
Societies.
Band.
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Newark.
Sacred Heart, Vailsburg.
Drum corps.
St. John's, Newark.
Band.
St. Joseph’s, Newark.
Drum corps.
St. Rose of Lima, Newark.
At the point of demonstration, that
is, Bayley Lyceum building, the as
sembled societies after review, will be
addressed by the Rev. Father James
A. Cloherty, A. M., of Seton Hall Col
lege, and by Professor Edward J.
Sweeney, A. M. and LL. B., of Bay
onne. The speakers will be Introduced
by the president of the Newark di
vision of Holy Name societies.
After the addresses solemn benedic
tion by Rt. Rev. Monsignor Steelier,
M. R., of St. Peter’s Church, Newark,
assisted by Father M. J Glennon, Holy
Cross, Harrison, and Father E. A.
Degan, St. Columba’s, Newark, as dea
con and sub deacon respectively;
Father P. Bernard. O. S. B., of St.
Benedict's, master of ceremonies.
The details and arrangements a*
point of demonstration are being made
and looked after by Father James J.
Sheehan, of Sacred Heart Church.
The hymns "O Salutaris," Tantum
Ergo" and "Holy God" will be sung by
the Holy Name men and the chancel
choirs, under the direction of Father
John E. Kiernan. of St. Patrick’s, this
city.
During the procession the members
of Holy Name societies will march six
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Take one to two teaspoonrule after each
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abreast and six paces between flies.
There wdll be no lieutenants. All tak
ing part tn the parade will be on foot;
no horses nor conveyances of any kind
will be permitted.
The music rendered by the various
bands and drum corps during the time
of parade will be sacred in its tone and
character.
All societies are requested to be at
tlielr respective positions at place of
formation at the appointed time, and
to come to their respective places over
the routes in accordance with their In
struction from the grand marshal, as
the parade will start promptly at 2:30
o'clock.
PRESBYTERIAN UNION WILL
BEQIN RECEPTIONS OCT. 16.
The receptions planned- by the Pres
byterian Union for the ensuing season,
which will be the twenty-third of the
organiatlon, are as follows:
October 16, at the First Presbyterian
Church, Rev. Dr. William Carter,
speaker; subject, “John Milton: Poet,
Puritan. Patriot."
December 11, at the Park Church,
Dr. Henry Van Dyke, speaker; sub
ject, "Factors of Strength in American
Life."
February 5, at the Second Church,
Rev. Dr. Homer C. Stuntz, speaker;
subject, "The Sepoy Rebellion."
April 8, at the First Church, Hon.
Champ Clark, speaker; subject, "Amer
ican Citizenship."
The annual meeting and celebration
of the 100th reception of the union will
be held May 13 at the Third Church,
Rev. Dr. John F. Carson, speaker; sub
ject, "Presbyterians the Makers of
America."
SOLEMN HIGH MASS BY
GREEK CATHOLIC BISHOP.
This evening and tomorrow morning
the Right Rev. Scter Stephen Ontynsky,
appointed by tjie Pope as Ruthenian
Greek Catholic bishop for the United
States, will conduct the services at St.
John the Baptist Greek Catholic
Church In Court street, near Belmont
avenue.
There will be solemn vespers and
benediction of tile blessed sacrament
this evening at 8 o'clock. The bbhop
will preach and several clergymen of
nearby towns will take part. A .cupper
to the bishop and visiting clergy will
follow.
Tomorrow the rector, Rev. P. Ponla*
tishln, will celebrate low mass at 9.
At 10:30 solemn high mass will be sung
by the bishop. The deacons will be
Rev. Alexander Ulltzky, rector of the
Greek Catholic Church of St. Peter
and St. Paul, Jersey City, and Rev.
Vladimir Konytowsky, assistant priest
of St. George's Greek Catholic Church,
New York. The service of vespers will
be at 5 p. m.
PEDDIE CHURCH TO HOLD
HOME RALLY TOMORROW.
At the Peddle Memorial Church to
morrow morning there will be a "wel
come home rally” of the Sunday school,
church congregation and their friends.
Ivan P. Flood, boys' secretary of the
Y M. C. A., will speak on "The Great
est Thing in the World." The cradle
roll, primary and Junior departments
will lake part In the program. There
will he no noon session. At 7:45 the
Itov. Dr. Thomos J. Villers will give
his second address on "A Real Man
with a Man's Religion,” illustrated with
pictures by some of the world's most
famous painters.
ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL
CHAPEL NEARLY FINISHED.
The new $10,000 St. Mark’s Episcopal
Mission chapel, which Is being erected
at the corner of Heller parkway and
Ridge street, in Forest Hill, is nearing
completion. The building committee
hope to have It ready for services early
next month.
The mission, which was organised in
ISOS and named the Mission of the
Transfiguration, cams under the Juris
diction of tha Newark diocese in April,
1909, when It was renamed St. Mark's.
When the growth of the new mission
warante It a pariah will be created and
a complete ohuroh and chapel costing
$90,000 will be provided by the Bishops'
Church Extension Fund.
! BISHOP BURGESS FAVORS
RECREATION ON SUNDAY.
i Believes Toilers Should Take
Wholesome Exercise.
Bishop Frederick Burgess, ' of Long
Island, who will preside at the annual
council of the missionary department
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in
Trinity Church on October 24, believes
In the observance of a sane and Chris
tian Sabbath, yet he nevertheless ad
vocates sufficient recreation on the
j Lord's day to enable the weary tollers
! to keep body and soul on an even keel.
He recently said "that bodily exercise
is not wrong, but helpful on Sunday's
j as on other days, and that no one
i wants to stop the tired bank clerk
I whose pale face indicates the need for
fresh air, from riding his horse, or
throwing ball on the first day of the
week.
"I can sympathize more deeply with
those who have to look for humbler
amusements. Confined all week In
dismal offices or shops, and compelled
to do the same tiresome, brainless
work from early morning to late at
night, heaven forbid that they should
; be deprived of any wholesome exclte
| ment or healthful exercise which could
j come into their life.
, “What we must cultivate among
; church people is a sane and reasonable
j view of Sunday, and also recognize the
changed conditions of modern life,
j “If the people would live true to the
I church’s Ideal the whole Sunday prob
; lem would be near Its solution.”

| SUNSHINE SOCIETY IN
CONVENTION IN NEWARK.
The annual State convention of the
New Jersey division of the Interna
tional Sunshine Society oponed In the
First Presbyterian Church today. Mrs.
Brice Collard, of Jersey City, president
of the New Jersey society, presided.
i Associate State officers present are
Mrs. Augustus Creveling and Miss
i Maud Butler, of Jersey City; Mrs. An
na Conover and Mrs. W. H. Force, of
this city; Mrs. A. F. Beckett, of Salem
| and Mrs. Ellen M. Staples, of Grant
i wood.
| -
UNIVERSALISTS TO MEET HI-RE.
Universalists from all parts of the
State will meet here next Wednesday
In the Church of the Redeemer for their
annual convention. The anniversary
sermon will be preached at 4 p. m. by
the Rev. H. A. Abbott, of Hammonton.
In the evening the Rev. Frank O. Hall,
of New York, will make an address.
Everybody Likes
Snowflake
rv j with the
Bread ft°a™e;n,ade
There isn’t a particle of doubt
about it—Snowflake is the finest,
whitest, lightest loaf that has
ever come from a Newark oven.
You needn’t take our word for
It—you can get a loaf of it at
any good grocery store tomor
row and try it on your home
1 table.
Snowflake has a home-made
flavor and it’s mighty good. It’s
not a puffed up air-hole bread,
but it’s bread all through—meaty,
substantial, satisfying — and,
coming in waxed wrappers, it
keeps fresh longer than ordinary
breads.
Qood Sire Loaf—5c
Large Double Loaf—10c
Try Snowflake Tomorrow
WILLIAMS’ BAKING CO.
Newark, N. J.
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1
"Pilgrim's Progress" will be the sub
ject of an Illustrated lecture given by
Secretary Henry Coxzens, at the men's
! meeting In the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
| afternoon. C. Henry Earle will sing.
Edwin A. Meyer, of the Central Pres
| byterlan Church, will conduct a eon
' ference on "Missions," under the aus
pices of the Essex Endeavor Union, In
the High Street Presbyterian Church,
on next Friday evening.
The choir of St. Columba's Catholic
Church Is providing a series of attrac
tive programs during the fall term.
The members are: Miss Anna G. Too
hey, soprano; Miss Jennie King, alto;
Richard Laroohe, tenor, and H. L. New
man, *bass. The organist is William
Waldecker.
The woman's missionary convention
of the Lutheran synod will be held In
the Grace English Lutheran Church, In
Mercer street, on Thursday, October 19.
The Rev. Dr. James C. Howard, pas
i tor of the Halsey Street Methodist
i Church, will deliver a special sermon
; before the united lodges of the Shop
herds of Bethlehem tomorrow evening.
| Director Hedley J. Fry and Mrs. Walter
j S. Blackford, soprano, assisted by the
choir, will render appropriate music.
The speaker at the closing dedioatlve
service held In the First Methodist
j Protestant Church In Clinton avenue
; tomorrow evening will be the Rev.
: Hugh L. Elderdice, president of the
Westminster Theological Seminary.
Chorister Eddey will provide special
music.
"Perils Which Threaten Young
Girls,” was the subject of an address
delivered by Miss Stover, of New York,
last evening In the chapel of the Rose
ville Methodist Episcopal Church, in
Orange street.
The annual session of the Newark
conference district of the Methodist
Episcopal Church will be held In Madi
son on Monday and Tuesday, October
16 and 17, and over one hundred clergy
men will attend the assembly. The
Rev. Ralph E. Urmy, of Morristown, ft
chairman of the committee.
The Rev. Julius Masc.hman, of this
city, and 'the Rev. H. F. Randolph, of
Montclair, are associate members.
The Rev. Dr. Morgan, of this city,
will be one of the speakers.
GIBBONS MEMORIAL HALL
WILL BE TUDOR GOTHIC.
The Gibbons Memorial Hall, the cor
ner-stone of which will be laid at the
Catholic University, in Washington, D.
C.. during the week beginning October
16 and during the celebration of Car
dinal Gibbons's golden jubilee, will rep
resent an outlay of 1260,000, and the
spacious dormitory will accommodate
150 students. The building Is to be
of Tudor Gothic design, and will be
265 feet long by 40 feet wide. The
structure will possess the most modern
Improvements, and the Interior equip
ment, In its completeness of detail, will
surpass any similar college building In
the country.
WILL HOLD P. E. MISSION
SERVICES AT WEEQUAHIC.
Services will be held In the new
Episcopal Mission at 681 Elizabeth ave
nue, in the Weequahlc Park section, to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. .The
Rev. Henry H. Hadley, rector of St.
Paul’s Church, at High and Market
streets, under whose auspices the mis
sion was organized, will be In charge
of the servloe.
The newly elected officers of the new
Episcopal branch are; Harry Hoesley,
sr., president; Mrs. J. Leeds, vice-pres
ident; E. H. Anderson, secretary; B. B.
Haskins, assistant secretary, and Mrs.
B. E. Haskins, treasurer.
JEWS BEGIN CELEBRATION
OF FEAST OF SUCCOTH.
The seven-day feast of Succoth, the
Jewish harvest festival, began last
night In many orthodox Jewish homes.
One feature of the festival is the build
ing of a hut of branches, and hung with
the fruits, as a reminder of the way
the Israelites lived when delivered froip
Egypt. It Is the last of the early fall
religious festivities of the Hebrews.
HOODOO MARS MARRIAGE
OF LOTUS-MEMORIED MAN.

CHICAGO, Oct. 7.—James Lawrenco
Magree, of Maywood, appeared at the
office of the marriage license clerk for
a license, but forgot the name of his
lady love. He called up a friend, who
gave him the name Stella Northcott.
The license was Issued.
Magree drew *600 from a bank for
wedding expenses. On his way baok to
Maywood the money and ltoense were
stolen by piokpookets.
Accompanied by his future father-in
law, he returned and obtained a dupli
cate license. On getting off the train
in Maywood he fell and was hurt so
seriously that the marriage was post
poned.
CUPID’S BARGAIN SALE
AT DES MOINES A FAILURE.
DES MOINES, la., Oct. 7.—Although
the municipal matrimonial bureau
opened for business yesterday, ard a
special clerk was in readiness, not a
single match was m4de. M. C. Moffatt,
a farmer from Afton, la., appeared at
the office of Mayor Hanna to Inquire
If his request for a wife had been an
swered favorably. He was informed
that no applicants had as yet an
nounced themselves. It was Moffatt
whose letter to Mayor Hanna for a
wife resulted in the founding of the
bureau.
R. R. STARTS $6,000,000 SUIT.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 7.—Suit
for the recovery of *8,000,000 damages
was filed yesterday In the United
States Court here by the Florida Rail
way Company against the Seaboard
Air Line Rtfllway Company, of New
York, and others. The defendants In
the case are charged with violating the
Sherman anti-trust law by entering
Into a conspiracy to prevent the
Florida Railway Company from ex
tending its lines to an Atlantic port.
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
BAPTIST.
FAIBMOUNT BAPTIST CHURCH. Fair
mount avenue near Bank street—Rev. Georye
E. Lombard, pastor. Preaching services 10:30
; n. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
\ p. m. Young people's meeting 7 p. m. Ulus
Itrated "Travel Club Trip to the Indians on
the Prairies" Thursday, 7:45 p. m. Sermon
topics: Morning. "Atmosphere." Evening.
"Jesus Our Saviour," the first of series on
j "Jesus Only;" rousing praising service with
' new organ and large chorus leading. All wel
i come. Seats free.
I FIRST BAPTIST PEDDIF. MEMORIAL
CHURCH, corner Broad and Fulton streets—
Rev. Thomas J. Villers, D. D., pastor. Wel
come home rally b*y the Sunday school, church
congregation and friends at 10:30; address by
Mr. Ivan P. Flood on "The Greatest Things
in the World.” No session of the Sundav
school at noon. At 7:45 Dr. Vlllere will speak
on "A Real Man With a Man's Religion." Il
lustrated with pictures by the world’s famous
painters. On Thursday evening, October 12th.
Mr. Herbert Booth, youngest son or General
William Booth, of London, will begin meet
ings. speaking in the church every night ex
cept Saturday, until October 24.
NORTH BAPTIST CHURCH, corner High
and Orange streets—Tomorrow, services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Rev. J. W. Mc
Douall will preaoh. Subjects: Morning,
"Intercessory' Prayer.” Evening, "True Serv
ice and Its Reward.” Bible eohool at 2:30 p.
m. Christian Endeavor service Tuesday at
8 p. m. Midweek service Thursday at 8 p. m.
SOUTH BAPTISE CHURCH, Bast Kinney
street, near Broad—Rev. Clark T. Brownell,
pastor. Moralng worship 10:30; sermon by pas
tor on "A Treasure Restored.” Evening serv
ice 7:48; subject, ”A Religious Landmark.”
Sunday school rally 2:30. Young people 6:46.
Midweek servloe Thursday 7:45.
CHRISTADELPHIAJi.
CHRIST AD ELPHIAN, Iroquois building, 262
Washington street—Sunday schooT and Bible
classes 10 a. m. Memorial service, with ad
dress. 11 a. m. Public lecture In Glorleux
| Hall, Irvington, tomorrow evening, 7:80, by
R. A. Brittle, on “Christ Is Coming to Abolish
1 Death From the Barth and Make His People
Immortal.” Everybody weloome. No collec
tion.
CONGREGATIONAL.
BELLEVILLE AVENUE CONGREGA
TIONAL CHURCH—Rev. James A. Soiandt,
minister. The subjsct for *he morning ser
mon will be “The Investment of Influence.”
Muslo; Voluntary (by request), Largo, Han
del; anthem, “Awake From Thy Sadness;" of
fertory, "The Penitent,” Vandewater, Mr.
Gullck; postlude. Fanfare, Dubois. Evening,
at 7:45, sermon; subject, "The Young Man
and the Old Book.” Music: Voluntary, Fan
tanle, Mourlan; anthem, eeleoted; offertory,
"Beulah Land,” Hughes. Miss Speer; post
lude, selected.
THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL JURE
MEMORIAL CHURCH, Clinton Avenue, corner
Wright street—Rev. T. Alrd Moffat, minister.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock; the Rev.
James M. Whlton, Ph. D., will preach on
"The New Church.” Evening devotions at
7:45 o’clock; minister will preaoh on ’’Con
gregationalism’s Contribution to Human
Progress.” These are In connection with our
sixtieth anniversary services. Graded Sunday
school at 9:46 o'clook. Christian Endeavor
at 7 o'clock. You are always welcome at "The
Friendly Ohuroh."
The musical program for tomorrow will be:
Morning—Anthem, "The Heavens Are Tell
ing,” Haydn: duet for alto and base, ”1 Will
Magnify Thee,” West, Miss Margaret Armour
and George 8. Overton. Evening—Anthems,
"Seek Ye the Lord," Roberts; "The King of
Love," Shelley; "Lead Kindly Light,” Pler
eoo
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
FRANKLIN STREET METHODIST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH, near the City Hall—William
Eaklns, the pastor, will preach 10:80 a. m.,
“The Triumphs of Christianity.” 7:45 p. m
“The Valley of Dry Bones.” 2:80 p. m., Sal>
bath school. 6>46 p. m., Epworth League ves
pers.
ROSEVILLE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Orange street and Bathgate place—
Dorr Frank Diefendorf, minister. Morning
worship and sermon at 10:80 o’clock; subject,
“Royalty In the Kingdom of Small Thing*.”
Evening worship and rermon at 7:46 o’clock;
subject, “Significant Absences.” Men’s as
sembly at 12 m. Sunday school 2:80 p. m.
Vesper service of the Epworth League 6:46 p.
m. Boys’ olub 0:46 p. m. Midweek service
for prayor and praise Tuesday evening at 8
o’olock. Strangers are cordially invited to all
the services of the church.
ST. LUKE’S METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Clinton avenue and Murray street—
Rev. James H. MaoDonald, pastor. The serv
ices at 10:80 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. will be In
the Interest of the Men and Religion Forward
Movement. Mr. MacDonald will preaoh at
both services. The morning subject will be
“What Is the Forward Movement?” The eve
ning subject will be “The Man and His Mis
sion.” At tbe evening service the quaxtet
will sing Wagner's anthem, "Thou Lamb of
God."
The morning music will be; Organ prelude,
’'Invocation," Munroe: anthem. “The Souls
of the Righteous,” Noble; offertory, “Melodle,"
Maxfleld: solo for contralto, "O Love Di
vine,” Nevln; postlude, “Processional,” Du
bois. Evening—Prelude. Prelude in B flat,
Nottingham: anthem, ‘‘God Is a Spirit,” Ben
nett; offertory’. BB?ceu8e, Wely; anthem.
"Thou Lamb of God,” Wagner; postlude,
Processional in D, Simper.
ST. PAUL’S METHODIST EPISCOPAL
OHURCH. Broad and Marshall streets—George
P. Dougherty, minister. 10:30 a. m.. preach
ing service; topic, "Traditions.” 2:80, Sunday
school. 7:46. preaoh!ng service, "The Great
Physlolan.” Mr. Dougherty will preach at
both services. Mrs. Jlorenoe Mulford Htint is
soloist.
METHODIST PROTESTANT.
BEULAH METHODIST PHOTESTANT
CHURCH, Pomaroy avenue, at Maple street,
Kearny—Rev. J. Robert C. Clark, pa3tor.
Morning worBhlp 10:46 o'clock. Sunday school
2:80 p. m. Evening service 7:46 o'clock. Mon
day, Christian Endeavor, 8 p. m. Wednesday,
prayer and praise service, 8 p. m. Thursday,
lecture by Dr. James Clayton Howard. “Wed
ding Bells." Friday, paetor*a guild, 8 p. m.
Saturday, playground day. Cordial welcome to
all.
PRESBYTERIAN.
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Clinton, Belmont and Madison avenues—George
Walton King, D. D., minister. 10:46, morning
worship, with sermon on “The Crown of Life."
8:46, Christian Endeavor. 7:45, evening wor
ship, with sermon on "The Midnight Sun."
Sunday school at 2:30. Hearty welcome for
everyone.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Broad
and Mechanic streets—Strangers are heartily
weloome. Rev. W. J. Dawson, DUD., minis
ter, will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 7:46 p. m.
All departments of the Sunday school at 2:3b
p. m. Adult Bible class 4 p. m. Ghrlstlan
Endeavor 6:46 p. m. Prayer and praise serv
ice Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev.
W. L. Swallen, of Pyeng Yang, Korea, will
speaJk.
The music tomorrow will be os follows:
Organ prelude, Larghetto. Mozart; anthem,
"It Is High Time to Awake," Barnby; quar
tet, "O Come Every One That Thlrsteth,”
Mendelssohn; postlude in G minor, Calkin;
organ prelude, Nocturne. Mendelssohn; an
them, "Fsar Not. O Israel." Splcker; quar
tst, "Father. Keep Ue In Thy Care," Sulli
van: organ postlude. Offertolre In E, Faulkes.
L. Carroll Beckel, organist and choirmaster.
HIGH STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
High and Court streets—Rev. John J. Moment,
pastor. Tomorrow: Early morning eervlo*
8:36 o'clock. Morning worship 11 o’clock; aub
Jeot, "A Twice Born World." Sunday school
8 p. ip. Y. P. 8. O. E. 6:60 p. m. Evening
worship 7:86 o'clock; sufcjeot, "The Piety of
Persecution.”
The musical program for tomorrow will he
as follows: Morning'—Organ. Prelude In D,
Scott; anthem, "O Lord Oor Governor," Ondt
by; offertory, duet. "O Morning Land,"
Phelps, Miss Moore and Dr. Elchhom: post
lude. March In B flat. Phillips. Evening—Or
gan, Romance In D, Ashman; offertory, “Turn
Thy Face From My Slue." Sullivan; anthem.
“Earth Has Nothing Sweet or Pair." ar
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PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Bel'41
vllle avenue and Kearny street—Rev. ,, T1,.1 ^
Dotvrll, pastor. 10 a. m.. Junior C. E- B e
rn.. morning worship: sermon by the pastor,
"The Appeal of Need." 12:10 p. m., senlot
Bible school. 2:43 p. m., junior Bible school.
6:43 p. m.. senior C. E. 7:45 p. m., evening
worship; praise service; sermon by the pastor, ^
• Making Life a gong." Visitors cordially in* ^
vlted to all services.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
The musical program for tomorrow will be:
Morning—Prelude, Pastorale. Hollins; anthem.
"The Earth Is the Lord’s." Pflueger; offer
toi^. soprano solo, by Mrs Patterson; post
lude, Postlude In C, Warelng. Evening—Pre
lude. "Serenade," Pierne; atithem, "O Bo
Joyful In the Lord," Buck; postlude, from
Suite Gothlque, Boellmann.
SOUTH PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. i
comer of Clinton avenue and Broad street-* J
Rev. Lyman Whitney Allen, D D.. pastor; J
Rev. W\ Douglass Buchanan, assistant pastor.
10:45 a. m.. congregational worship: preaching
by Dr. Allen. 2:45 p. m., parish Sabbath.r
school.
SOUTH PARK MEMORIAL CHAPEL, cor
ner of South and Dawson streets—2:30 m..
Sabbath school Rally Day exercises. 7 p. m..
children's praise service and Y. P. o. C. E. 8
p. m., congregational worship; sermon by Rev.
w. D. Buchanan.
THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Broad
street, opposite the City Hall—Robert Scott i
Inglls, minister. Morning servloe 10:30. Sab I
bath school 3:30 p. m. Evening service 7:48. p
The pastor's subjects: Tomorrow morning,
"Blotted Out;*’ evening, "The Crescent ahd
the Cross."
The mufllo tomorrow* will be as follows.
Mornlng^-Trlo, "Lord Hear Thine Humble
Servant’s Frayer," Lucan tonl Pflueger; "O
Gladsome Light," from the "Golden Legend.* *
Buck. Evening—"The God of Abraham
Praise." Schnooker; "No Shadows Yonder
("Holy Gtty"), Gaul.
It K FORMEH.
CLINTON AVENUE REFORMED CHURCH. j
Clinton avenue and Halsey street—Rev. Al- “
btortus T. Brook, minister Prayers In the lec
ture room at 10 a. m. Morning servloe at
10:30; topic, "The Petitions of the Insincere."
Evening service at 7:46; topic, "Every-Day
Religion." Bible school In all its depart
ments at 2:30. Christian Endeavor vespers at
7. Strahgere are cordially invited.
The musical program for tomorrow will be:
Morning—Prelude, Cantilena. Stebbins; an
them, "Sing Alleluia Forth, ’ Buck: offertory,
contralto solo, "But the Lord Is Mindful of
Hia Own," from "St. Paul," Mendelssohn,
Mrs. Stoats: postlude. Grand Chorus, Guit
mant. Evening—Prelude, Pastorale, Kalla ok:
anthem. "Lead, Kindly L4ght," Buck; offer
tory, tenor solo ."Come Jesus Redeemer,"
Bartlett, Mr. Sedan; postlude, Finale to
Symphony, Mendelssohn. In the absence of
Mr. Phllipeon, Mr. John Congwr will preside
at the organ.
FIRST REFORMED CHURCH, Clinton and
Johnson avenues—Rev. Otis M. Trousdale,
minister. Morning service at 10:46; toplo, "The
Pilgrimage of the Soul." Evening servloe at
7:48; topic, "The Great Stone Face." Sunday
schools at 9:80 a. in. and 2:30 p. m. Tuesday
ovening prayer-meeting and lecture at •
o’clock.
NEW YORK AVENUE REFORMED
CHURCH, New York avenue and Pacfflo
street—Rev. Edwin Emerson Davis, minister. x
Regular morning service at 10:80 o'clock. Eve
ning sendee at 7:46 o’clock. The pastor will
preRoh at both services. Sunday school 2:30 p.
m. C. E. meeting 7 o’clock. Prayer-meeting
Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock.
NORTH REFORMED CHURCH, Broad and
Bridge streets—Rev. Lucas Boeve, assistant
minister in charge. Morning worship 10:80
o'clock. Evening worship 7:46 o’clock. Morn
ing Sunday school 9:30 o’olock. Afternoon
Sunday school 2:46 o’clock. East Newark and
Italian missions at 2:80 o’clock. Christian En
deavor Society at 6:46 o'clock. The Rev.
Dr. Thomas C. Hall, of Now York city, will
preach both morning and evening.
SPIRITUALISTS.
SOCIETY OF LIGHT AND TRUTH will ho
thedr sorvlce tomorrow evening 7:46 o’cjpck, ?/
17 West Park street, Newark. Lecturer.
Henry Diehl; message-bearer. Mrs. S. Bln if
Mrs. Teal and Mr. James Hannah, sololr t
Elevator service. This society 1b charter- *’•
under the National Spiritualists Association*
U. S. A. All are cordially Invited to become?'
members. James Mark low, 61 Halstead ave
nue, Irvington, N. J., secretary.
UNIVBRSALIST.
Rev. Henry R. Rose. Minister.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Broad
diagonally opposite City Hall—Servloe at 11.
Mr. Rose will take as his subject "Looking at
Life as You Look at a Picture." The only ,
way to Judge God’s design for you and your
follow men. Religious school at 10. Banquet
by the Christian Union Tuesday evening. Uni
versally State convention on Wednesday. Sun
day illustrated lectures will begin soon. I
The music tomorrow* morning will he: Or
gan prelude. "In the Morning." Grieg; pr<*~
oesslonal, "O Day of Rest and Gladness;"
anthem, "Praise God In His Holiness," Tour#;
response after prayer, "Nearer, My God, t»>
Thee," Hanscom: offertory. Fear Not, O
Israel," Splcker; organ postlude. March. Ii
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MISCKIXANKOV*. 1
CHILDREN'S TEMPLE (undenominational*,
T Nichols street, near Pacific street—Little I
people's church service Sunday evening 7
b’oloclt. An evening full of sunshine. Any
child from 6 years and upward are welcome.
Special evangelist service „jor adults every
FViday evening 8 o’clock. Parents are heartily
welcome to these services.
INTERNATIONAL RIHLE STUDENTS’
ASSOCIATION, Masonic. Hall. Arcade Build
ing, 661 Broad street—Tomorrow, 3 p. m., Mr.
Paul Thompson, editor of People's Pulpit, will
deliver an interesting discourse; topic, 'What
Is Death? Will It Ever (Tease?” You com©
and hear him. Evening service 7 o'clock. All
welcome. No collections.
RESCUE HOME, 15 Spring street—Mr.
Ketchorley, the New York business man evan
gelist connected with the Midnight Mission,
will speak here tomorrow afternoon and eve
ning. Mr. Ketchorley expounds the scrip
tures wonderfully. Don’t fail to hear him
Good singing, short testimonies. Everybody
welcome. Mrs. Miller, organist.
ST. PAUL’S UNITED UHRISTJAN
CHURCH MISSION. Vesey street and Rail- 1
road avenue, Newark, N. J. A1J dav meeting
tomorrow. 10:4B a. m., preaching ‘ by Rev.
Amona Plnnitte. 2:30 p. m.. Sunday school.
3:30 p. 91.. preaching by Rev. Henrv A.
Ralthrop. 7:16 p. in.. C. E. meeting; Rev. W.
H. Chandler. 7:45 p. rn.. preaching. Bishop
J. D. Meade, bishop United Christian Church
of New Jersey.
THE PUBLIC SPIRITUAL CHURCH holds *
their meetings at Fraternal Hall, 805 Broad
street, every Sunday evening at .8 o’clock,
conducted by Mr. and Madam D. Darling.
Others expected. All nre welcome. Silver col
lection. On every Friday evening circles are
held at 8 o'clock at 20 Warren street.
THE PEOPLE’S TEMPLE. 14 Central ave
nue—Pattie Watkins Lindsay loads special
4 harvest home” services tonight at 8, tomor
row at 4 and 8 p. m. The public nre cor
dially Invited. Good singing. Services in this
mission each night at 8 o’clock.
YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION, 111 Halsey street—Men’s meeting in
Wallace Hall tomorrow afternoon 3:45; will
have an address by Mr. H. A. Cozzens, Gen
eral Secretary of the association, on "Pll
grim’e Progress,” Illustrated by the stcre
optfeon A feature of this service
will be "Sung in the Dark,” which will be
sung by C. Henry Earle, tenor soloist. The
Bible classes will convene at 6:15, and Sun
day fellowship lunch at 8. The old home
sing at 6:45.
BRYANT TO STUDY IN EUROPE.
TRENTON, Oct. 7.—General Lewis T.
Bryant, State commissioner of labor,
■will sail for Europe next week to spend (
five or si- weeks In the study of fac
tory conditions and appliances. He
will devote the entire time to Germany
and England. He has not yet decided
what day he will sail.
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