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BAPTISTS TO BRIM
ALL WORK UNDER
A CENTRAL HEAD
Mealing to Consider Im
portant Matter Called for
Thursday Evening in Me
An effort to bring all Baptist orgaillaa
(lions Under tho authority of one central
iuody will bo attempted nt nn oxtru ses
sion of the Philadelphia Baptist Asso
ciation, to be held next Thursday eve
ning in Memorial Church, Broad and Mas
ter streets. Bnptlsts all over tho city
ure manifesting much Interest In the pro
ject, which would put that chUrch In lino
with other denominations.
The subject was discussed at tho an
mini meeting of tho association Inst Oc
tober. As tho time was too limited to
.fully consider such an extensive reorgan
ization, an extra session, In tho form of
nn adjourned meeting, was Killed for next
At the present tlmo all Baptist organi
sations nro working by themselves and
"Clergymen havo pointed out that the best
results can not be obtained by till plan.
The Idea Is to bring all of theso organi
sations under one central body, nnd to bo
.governed by a central head, but at the
same time preserve tho congregational in
dividualism of the church. To succeed In
such a plan tho church must completely
.reorganize its varloui associations nnd
societies. Tho support of theso associa
tions, however, has been promised. It
lifts been suggested that the central or
Kanlzntlon be named tho Ilaptlst Execu
tive Council, nnd It is believed this tltlo
will bo accepted.
NEW YORK BISHOP WILL
LAY CORNERSTONE HERE
Elaborate Services at Russian Ortho
dox Greek Catholic Church Tomorrow
Elaborate plans hnve been mado for
the laying of the cornerstone of tho new
Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church
of Bt. MIOhaot'B, 6th nnd Spring Qntden
streets, which is to take place tomorrow.
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ST. MICHAEL'S RUSSIAN ORTHODOX GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH
a r ,i. .
Bishop Alexander Nemolovsky. of New
York, will offlclnte, nnd he will bo as
sisted by priests from Now York, Balti
more, Berwick and this city. The Rev.
J. Th,. Krohnmnlney, rector of tho church,
The services will bo attended by nbout
a. dozen Russian and Slavonic beneficial
societies, nnd the honor guests will be
B. Wllllnm Tucker. Russian Consul at
this plnce. nnd the Rev. E. M Frank,
rector of tho Church of the Advent.
The Russian choir, under tho direction
Of V. Orcevsky, will sing somo of the se
lections of tha best-known Russian com
posers. Including P. Tchaikovsky, N.
lllmsky-Korsakoff and" A. Archnngelsky.
ASBURY CHURCH REOPENS
Mother of Methodism, in West Phila
delphia, Has Been Greatly
The newly renovated auditorium of
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church. SSd
nnd Chestnut streets, will be reopened
with special services tomorrow, The paB
tor, the Rev. O, 0. Duftleld, wilt preach
in the morning and evening, 'and an elab
orate program of muslo -will be given by
the choir under the direction of A, L.
More than )i00O has been expended on
Improvements to the church during the
summer and autumn. The auditorium
has been redecorated and the building
Is now among the most beautiful In the
Asbury Church Is the mother of Meth
odism In West Philadelphia, having been
founded In 1837. The present church
building was dedicated In 188$.
BIDDLE BIBLE CLASS NEWS
A. J. Drexel Diddle will be the speaker
before the Men's Forum of tho Drexel
Ulddje Bible Class of the Reformed Epls.
opa Church of Our Redeemer tomorrow
afternoon. On Tuesday evening he will
be the speaker at the supper of the "Up
lift Club" of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Y. M C. A.
Samuel P MaoKenile, chief director of
Scotland, will lead the Men's Bible Class
of Holy Trinity Church tomorrow morn
ing. The visiting speaker will be the
Rev R. K YerkeB. Frederick W. Nor
croia will oddfcss the class of Rlchardsoa
Memorial Presbyterian Church.
XiAV PBEACHEBS TO MEET
The 86th anniversary of the FhlUdeJ.
phis. Local Preachers' Association will be
held In the "Old Brick" Church. Marlbor
ough and Richmond street, tomorrow.
There will be a love feast at 9 a m., and
at 18.J0 the Rev. W. B. Woodrow, presl
dent of the National Assoelatlon of local
Preachers, Is to preach The He v. D. II.
Kenney. president of the Philadelphia as
sociation, will preach at 7: it In the even-
MASS jfoB LABORING MEN
Delegates to the Areerttmn Federation
of Labor, which began tBM here on
Moods, are Invited to a Man Jh, fee
Cathedral temarrow. A sewnon vvHl
be preached at t,ht tint by tfej Rev Or,
Charles BrueU. of St. OfcatftW Betataaiy.
tH Jo) KMk0fur wftl Breech to
misrw morals to toe KaMfh Jwael
Tsojpla ob the uW ' Who Will t iha
"ivlear' The nrml cIum in ralialou
4uaUou wtM be Instruct! by lUbM
l-Mdwan ant WxtnewUy Jews a4
nam-! nre weltum at the service o
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Happiness Is Iho ono thing that
everybody seeks But to many tho
task of finding It is like clmstng the
end of a rainbow. And, finally, they
give Up their quest and decide that
even thing Is wrong In the world.
Thrrt they become pcsilmlsts who
mnko life miserable for themselves
and those about them.
The (rouble with so ninny is that
thej think only or themselves The
happiness of other people never enter
their minds. With others the dim
culty Is ihrlr pessimistic view ns they
daily go about their tasks. They tiro
usually so Imay looking for the short
comings of their follows that they do
not have tlmo to see the good In them.
Ultimately there I nothing left In the
unlvcrso but ntlf the ero, subject, nnd
ellcr too, object.
The happiest people nro those who
are making thoio nbout them happy
those who love their fellow men ho
much that they nre constantly think
ing of some means to add enjoyment
to their lives.
Faithful servloo to brighten the
pathway of the unfortunates about
us Is the key that unlocks the vault
wherein Is stored tho priceless Jewel
of content, real happiness.
Wealth, high posttlon nnd pleasures
nil fall by tho wnyaldo to the seek
ers after Joy In life, when they come
to r renlltatlon of tho happiness tnnt
comes to them through tho thankful
lovo of those whose sorrowful faces
havo become wreathed In smiles.
The man who Is busv trying to cheer
tho brother who Is "down, nnd who
tries to point out to tho world the
grand beauties all about him, will
nluays nnd lit own pnthwny glowing
In the sunlight Of contented Joy.
LECTURE COURSE ANNOUNCED
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Prominent Men to Hpoak In Glrard
Avenue Unitarian Church.
Tho Bev. K. E. Evans, minister of tho
Qlrard Avcnuo Unitarian Church, has an
nounced the- following evening lectures
lor the next few weeks:
Tomorrow, "Itaco Prejudice In tho Mght
of Modern Science," Prof. F. O. Speck,
University of Pennsylvania; NoVombor 22,
"Etncloncy In tho Homo What It Might
He." Mrs. Bcott Ncnrlng: November it.
'Is tho World Ovcrpopulated?" Frank
Stephens, Ardcn, Del,; December . "Ildu
cntlng Women," Prof. Charleg Itcltel.
University of Pennsylvania; December 13,
"Religion nnd Social Revolution"; De
cember 'JO, "Buddhism nnd Christianity,"
Albert ndmunds; Dcccmbor J7, "Tho New
Economies," Prof. Scott Ncnrlng, of tho
University of Pennsylvania.
CHURCH 61 YEARS OLD
Week of Services Planned to Cele
jhrate Birthday ot Tabernaolo
The Rev. A. E. Crowell. pastor of the
Tabernacle Methodist Episcopal Church,
has made elaborate preparations for thd
observation of the 61st anniversary of
his church. The services will begin to
morrow and continue through Sunday,
No ember a.
The Rev. Gladstone Holm, a former
pastor, will preach In tho morning to
morrow, and Mr. Crowell will speak in
the evening. On Monday evening there
will be a meeting for prayer, praise nnd
testimony, Tuesday evening tho Rev. E.
F. Hann .will give a lecture on "Hop,
klp and a Jump,"
At the mid-week meeting on weanesaay
evonlng the Toll of members will bo call
ed, and an effort Is being mado to get
everybody, out at that time. The Ladles'
Aid will serve a supper on Thursday eve
ning. The Rev. Dr. Oeorge Gaul, an old
pastor of the church, is to preach at the
morning service on tha last day of the
observance a week from tomorrow, and
In the evening there will be a Jermon
by the pastor. ,
HOLINESS MEETING ENDS
Services Today and Tomorrow Will
Close 20th Annual Convention.
The :0th nnnial convention of tho Phil
adelphia Holiness Association, which has
been in progress in Old Bt George's
Church, 4th street above Itaco. for the
last week, will end tomorrow. Today, at
I p. m, Miss Clara Uoyd will lead
a praise service, and at 3 o'clock
the Rev. 11. C. Mrrlspn, of Loulsvtllo,
Ky , will preach. Doctor Morrison will
also preach this evening and tomorrow
morning and evening. Tomorrow after
noon the .sermon, at 3, will he preached
by tho Rev. George W. Rldout
Tift Rev. F. C Hartshome will address
the Clerical Brotherhood in the Church
House Monday forenoon on "The Church
and the Temperance Movement."
As next week Is the 51st anniversary ot
the dedication of the National Cemetery
at Gettysburg. Dr. Horace C. Stanton will
address the Presbyterian Ministers' Meet
ing In Westminster Hall, at 11 o'olock on
"The Battle of Gettysburg, and Lincoln
at the Dedication pf the National Ceme
tery." Tho piiblle 1 welcome.
The Philadelphia-New Jersey Methodist
Episcopal Preaehers Sleeting In Wesley
Hall. 1018 Arch street, will be addressed,
on Monday morulng by the Rev. F. A
Pellarls. of Vlnelahd. N J , whose sub
Jeet Is to be "The Btnpbast of Metho
The Rev. William J Miller will speak
on the Lutheran Brotherhood at the meet
ing of the Lutheran Ministerial Associa
tion, at 142S Arch street, on Monday
Y. M. 0. A. HESTHTO
"The Greater Frt-a Working T-day
Tor a Betty Cwftwualtj-" M the subject
to be tMreeaKUwT r Dr. J Grant Newman
Vf Ue piMjuAVJ-Wytte Presbyterian
Cfeurk, at (lie regular meeting tor men
In tbe audiWWluw Ot Ceatral Branch Y
M C A , Utt Ajtjti atrejt tomorrow aft
errioou. at &'& MU Bertha Juhn
sen will dunsrtv (be wetfe at tbe mtsnuq
Taw Rev Dattu & vtty h eutered
uun ate 4ttM M ft ret aMiaiaat et the
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ORACR tfWON CHAPEL. OAKMONT
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DION CHURCH WORK
IN PRETTY OAKMONT
Grace Chapel, Which Rep
resents Six Denominations,
Is a Monument to Co-operation.
Grace Chnpcl, in tho beautiful town of
Onkmcnt, Delawnro County, along tho
Ardmoro trolley line, Is nn excellent ex
ample of whnt can ba done In any com
munity When the church people cb-oporate
for Christian sotUce thtough a union
organization. On October 4, 1, feeling
tho need of Christian work In the growing
village, nnd knowing that It was Impos
sible for nn' ono donomlnntlon to Huccccd
alone, a union Sunday school was or
gnnlxed In tho parlor of one of the homes.
Just six jenrs later, on Octtfber 4 last,
the congregation ot a prosperous church
that has grown from tho school, hnd tho
pleasure of seeing tho handsomo new
Graco Chapel dedicated
This new church-home, with a com
fortable parsonage, was erected nt a
cost of moro than $17,000, nnd tho last
payment Is to bo mado on it nbout the
first of noxt month. Tho chapel It
should be called n church, for It Is bettor
than hundreds of buildings that are called
churches in tho towns around Philadel
phia U thoroughly modem nnd is well
adapted to all tho usci of the congrega
tion and it amilatcd organizations. It
is of beautiful architecture nnd adds
much to tho beauty of tho tovin. Tho
Interior is neatly decorated, nnd magnifi
cent memorial windows, the gifts of
members, add much to its attractiveness.
Much of the success of the congrega
tion has been due to tho untiring efforts
of the minister, James H Fcely, for
merly a local preacher of the Methodist
KplBcopal denomination, but since May,
1913, a licensed lay evangelist of tho Pres
byterian denomination. Although Mr,
Keely, who is a native pf Clarion, Pa.,
has been busy doing every-day work
every day since coming to Philadelphia
In 1S3I, he has found enough tlmo to
make a remarkable record in religious
After coming here, ho pursued a course
of study in the Theological School of
Temple University, and did much evan
gelistic woik In this part of Pennsyl
vania. When he became Interested In
the Onkmont Sunday school work, ho
wns enthused by Iho united support given
him by tho residents generally and by
working together tho people and Mr.
Freely havo built In Grnoe Chapel a mon
ument to Christian people that Is a strcAig
argument for church union.
The Grace Chapel congregation was for
mally otganlzed ns a Betf-governtng
organization on Eastet- Sunday, 1913 It
started with 77 members, 27 of whom
were received by letter and 60 on con
fession of faith. Now It has KM members,
and Its Sunday school. Young People's
Society and Ladles' Aid Society are all
active and have done much for the
growth and prosperity of the work.
When the chapel was dedicated, the Inrg
est single gift was a donation of $1000
from the Ladles' Aid Society, presented
through Mrs. W. II. Roberts, its presi
dent. Many of the active workers were
Phlladelphlans, among them being the
superintendent ot the Sunday school, D,
Six denominations are now represented
In the church membership, and It Is ex
pected thatrepresentatlves of two other
denominations will be admitted by letter
soon. Baptists, Methodists, Presby.
terlans, Episcopalians, Lutherans and
Friends nre all working together for the
success of the church and In the inter
ests of the rellgloqs growth of Oakmont.
The by-laws of the organisation are so
broad that members of no Protestant
denomination need hesitate to enter It.
Provisions are made so that tho cus
toms of the denominations to which the
members formally belonged may be con
tinued. Ono of the members said a few days
"We have not forgotten our old de
nominations, but we know that It was
Impossible for any one of the denomina
tions to support a church here itself,
and, therefore, we Just got together and
have done the work as though we were
all of the same creed. AVe are all
working for the same result, anyway,
so why shouldn't we unite for Christ?"
Mr. Fccly Is a business man as well
as minister of his flock. From 8:30 every
weekday morning until 8.30 every after
noon he Is engaged In helping the Inter
ests of the industltal and commercial
urnrlit as the sales manager for the Rech-
llnrbnker Company, wagon manufac
turers of this cly- All his pastoral work
he must da In the evenings and on Bun
dajs. It Is doubtful If there is a busier
pastor In the country
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THE SINGING PARSONS
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ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS '
JAMES H. FEELY, PASTOR
STARVING CHILDREN GET
CHRISTMAS CANDY MONEY
Germnntown Sunday School Inaugu
rates Self-Sacrifico Plnn to
On tho suggestion of tho Rov. Charles
Wesley Burns, the Sunday school of tho
First Methodist Episcopal Church, of
Germnntown, hns Inaugurated a move
ment for the pupils of that school to sur
render thcit Christmas gift of candy In
older that the money may be contributed
toward the Belgian relief funds, to help
buj food nnd clothing for tho starving
children In tho war-torn country In Eu
rope Tho movement lias mot with ready
icsponxo, and other churches aro con
sidering pursuing n like course.
MANY BANDAGES SOUGHT
Salvation Army Workers Want Old
Linen, Woolens nnd Flannels.
Salvationists in tills city are collect
ing old linen to be mndo into bandages,
pads and other article for use with the
wounded on the European battlefields
Any kind of white goods and woolens
nnd llnnnols can bo used and especially
targe quantities of absorbent cotton nre
desired. Much matorlal has already been
sent to tho Salvation Army sterilising
plnnt In Now York to bo prepared for
Announcement has been sont out from
the Army hcadquartere that such mate
rial may bo loft at post headquarters,
or that notice to he headquarters of
the Atlantic Coast Province, Colonlnl
Trust Building. 13th and Market streots,
will bring a wagon for It.
OLD ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH
IS ALMOST 145 YEARS OLD
Special Observance to Begin on Mon
,day and XaBt a Week.
The lth anniversary of old St.
Gcorgo's Methodist Episcopal Church, 4th
street below Vine, will be celebrnted by
special services which will begin on Mon
duy evonlng nnd continue through the
week. PaBtors ot different Methodist
Episcopal churches will speak each evert
ing and members of their chUrohes will
assist in tho services.
Tho week's services will culminate In
n full day a week from tomorrow, when
tho Rev. Dr. Frank P. Parkin, district
superintendent, will preach In the morn
ing and Bishop T, 11. Neely will give
a hlstoilcal sermon In the evening.
FINE MTJBIG AT GARBIOK
Nonsectnrlan Services In Theatre Will
Be Addressed by Dr. Ely.
A fine musical program has been ar
ranged for the half hour preceding the
nnusectarlan services In the GarriCk
Theatre under the auspices of tho Lemon
Hill Association nt 7:50 o'clock tomorrow
night The organ numbers by Park V.
Hogan will Include the organist's own Im
provisation on favorite themes and Han
dera "Largo," Corlnne Wlest Anthony,
soprano soloist, will slnff. and F. Nevln
Wlest will give cornet solos. The Rev.
James B. Ely will speak on "Sinners In
NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL BUILDING
Calvary Lutheran Church Erecting
A large Sunday school building Is
being erected adjoining Calvary Evan
gelical Lutheran Church. West Philadel
phia. When the Improvement is finished
the main auditorium of the church can
be arranged to accommodate 900 persons
The basement of the addition Is to be
used as a gymnasium, the pastor, the
Rev, J. Milton Tweedale, being much
Interested In tho work among the young
people of the neighborhood.
ERECTING S. S, BUILDING
Work has been begun on the erection
ot a one-story Sunday School building ad.
Joining the Talmage Beformed Church,
Roborough. the Rev. W. It. Hearlck, pas
tor. The structure will be of brick and.
stone, nnd will serve for nodal work in
the church as well as the regular sessions
of the school.
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WILL BE ELECTED TO
Churchmen Expect Him to
Become Secretary of Prov
ince Instead of Superin
tendent of City Mission.
Tho Itcv. Dr. G. C F. Uratenahl. of
Washington, V. C, who was extended
n call several weeks ago to become su
perintendent of tho Protestant Episco
pal City Mission to succeed tho Ilov.
II L. Duhrlng, will bo chosen provin
cial secrotnry at the primary snod of
tho Third Province, which Is to bo held
In Pittsburgh next week. Bishop Gar
land said today that ho had no doubt
that Doctor Uratenahl would bo unani
mously chosen to tho secretaryship, which
would be n position that would occupy
nil of rrtie person's time.
Other prominent churchmen hnvo ex
pressed n like opinion and do not bo
lleve that Doctor lirntcnnhl will come
here, hut will nccept the position of
provincial Hccretnry. As he has been
tho department secretary he Is tho log
ical mnn for tho position. The now
position would extend his work, bb tho
scope of tho province will ho much wider
than wns that of tho department
Heretofore Doctor Uratenahl hnt had to
do only with missionary work, but the
province will tuko over the missionary
work and Mso be conducted with a Mew
to the festering nnd developing of social
service and religious education.
Sessions nf tho nod of tho province,
which will Include tho dioceses of Penn
sylvania, Delaware, Man land, Washing
ton ntul Virginia, are to open In Calvary
Church. Pittsburgh, on Tuesday nnd will
contlnuo through Friday. Following ad
journment there will bo nn all-day meet
ing of tho Ilonrd of Religious Education,
and during the progress of the convention
tho Woman's Auxiliary will hold a pro
Each diocese Is to be represented by the
bishop or bishops, four clergymen nnd
four lavmen. The delegates from this
city, bcsldcB Bishops Ithlnelander nnd
Gnrl.ind, are tho Rev. O a. Uartlett, of
Jenklntown; the Rev. L N Caloy. the
Rev. II. F. Fuller, the Rev J. De Wolf
Perry, Henry Bonnell, Gcorgo R. Bower,
W. W. FrnBler, Jr. and Dr. J. Nicholas
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ground Broken for Our Lady of Pom
peii, on West Erie Avenue,
around has been broken at C02-C0I West
Erie avcnuo for tho new Church of Out
Lady of Pompeii, which Is to be erected
for tho Italians of Frankllnvillo Tho edi
fice will bo of stono and will cost about
JK0CO. Tho rector of the church Is tho
Rev. Paul Gontlle. Services are now be
ing conducted for tho parish In tho base
ment of St. Veronica's Church.
BLAZING TRAIL FOR
Five Methodist Episcopal
Clergymen Will Conduct
Shop Meetings During Big
Much of the advance work for the
coming "Billy" Sunday campaign Is being
done by the Billy Sundoy Group for Pub
licity Work, a quintet of Methodist
preachers, who hnvo been gaining wide
popularity throughout the city by their
singing na well as their preaching. These
five clergymen have been singing together
for some time and their rendition of tho
revival hymna used in the Sunday meet
ings arouses enthusiasm wherever they
They are active evangelistic workers,
good revival preachers, and, as singers,
are known to their denomination every
where In the East. Much of their popu
larity vvaa gained when they sang before
the big Ocean Grove Assembly last sum
mer, and they have been busy all fall
filling engagements in and around Phila
delphia, They will continue to conduct meetings
In this city nnd vicinity In preparation for
Mr. Sunday's arrival, and when the cam
paign gets started they will do shop work
throughout the cltj. Several of them are
well known to tho workers In the shops,
na they have been engaged In preaching
nt noonduy meetings, The Rev. Dr. A.
E. Crowell hnB for two jeers been doing
work at the Pennsylvania Railroad shops
In West Philadelphia, and the ReV. Dr. R,
i'.. Johnson Hum for some time been
speaking nt the noonday meetings In the
Allen shop nnd other plants in the north
east. Members of the quintet, who are sent
out by the publicity bureau of the William
A Sunday Campaign Committee, are;
Doctor Crowell, who is pastor of the
Tabernacle Church, 11th end Oxford
streets; Doctor Johnson, pastor of the 7th
Street Church; the Rev, Dr. E. D. Decker,
pastor of Mariners' Church. Washington
avenuo below 3d street; the Bev. Dr. Rich
ard Radcllftc, pastor of St. Matthew's
Church, d and Chestnut streets, and the
Rev Dr. A S Dlngee, pastor of the Cum-
Qberland Street Church.
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ASKS AID FOR HOSPITAL
Bishop Rhlnclnnder Calls on Church
men nnd Friends to Help Episco
BMhop Ithlnelander has issued a pas
toral letter to tho clergy nnd congrega
tions of the diocese of Pennsylvania and
friends of tho Protestant Episcopal Hos
pital, asking for generous gifts on
Thanksgiving Day for the benefit of the
hospltnl The report of the treasurer
Bhows that tip to .November 1 the over
drafts for maintenance amount to $90,
"What the Lord Requires of Thee" will
be the subject of a sermon to be preached
by tho Rev I)r John C. Lcc, pastor ot
the Restoration "Unlversallst Church, to
morrow morning nt 10:13 o'clock.
Chnrloi T. Russell, pastor of the Brook
lyn Tabernacle, will preach In the Nixon
Thentie, 52d nnd Market streets, tomor
row nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock on "Standing
In tho Evil Day."
Alfred V Martin's fourth lecture In
the course he Is giving before tho Ethical
Society In the Hrond Street Theatre to
moirow morning will be on the subject
"Am I My Bi other's Keeper?"
The Rev. Robert It. Gnlley, In charge
ot Princeton's work In Pekln, will speak
on "Open Doors In tho New China" at
tho Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church to
morrow morning nt 11. In tho evening
at 8 tho Rov Stanley Hlnter will preach
The Rev Wllllnm Mulr Auld, pastor
at Calvary Prosbj terlon Church, will
preach tomorrow morning on "Getting
Together." In tho evening his topic Is to
be "Come nnd See " "Stilling tho Storm"
will be the subject of his talk at the mid
week service on Wednesday evening.
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tho preacher In tho House of Praver,
uranclitown, tno iov ii. u. . ink-cm,
lector, tomorrow morning. Ills subject
will bo "The Gospel of Social Service."
In tho evening the Rev. Gcorgo Cald
walder Toole: , -i professor at tho Phila
delphia Divinity School, will preach.
On Tucrdnv evening, November 17. the
Men's Club ot tho Market Square Pres
byterian Church will hold Its monthly
meeting. Dr Francis 8. Ferris, medical
examiner for the Philadelphia ami Read
ing Railway, will glvo a practical med
ical talk to men and bovs, using for his
text the much discussed book, "Damaged
Goods " This Is a translation and
adaptation of the famous French play of
Tho Rev F. S Underbill will occupy
the pulpit of the Seventh Street Meth
odist Episcopal Church tomorrow morn
ing. In the evonlng the pastor, the Rov.
R E Johnson, will glvo a Bpeclal sterc
optli'on lectuio on 'Tho Social Mesiago
of Jesus as Sen In tho Allejs of Phila
delphia." Plctuics from real Hfo will be
throw n on the acrecti.
In preparation for tho Billy Punday
campaign, tho flrut gun will be fired In
tho Susquchannn Avcnuo Presbyterian
Church, the Rov. Dr. Jones, pastor, to
morrow, when tho Rov. George CJ.
Dowey, general secretory of the cam
paign committee, will speak.
A special service for the American
Federation of Labor will bo held tomor
row morning In Old St. John's Church.
Brown street below Third, by the rector,
tho Rev. George Chalmers Richmond,
rector, who Is a member of tho Central
Labor Union In Philadelphia Tho ad
dress will bo given by John B. Lennon.
treasurer ot the Federation and n mem
ber Of the Federal Industrial Commls-
UETHKNY ANCJICmACin, .100 North Hth at.
For the eplrltu.il uplift of sirls anil women.
M'otlngi Tucadav, Thursday and Bundny
nlshts. Donation da. Tliuikiclvlng- Day.
Orowrte. canned gooda. clothing, beds, etc .
thankfullv ncccptcd. Mrs. Anna Jonnton.
CHESTNUT STllllKT I1APTIST CHURCH
Cheitnut at west of 40th.
OEOnOK D, ADAMS, D. D Paitor.
ttn nrott.erhood of A. and P. . .
10 10 a m. Worship and Sermon by raator
2 10 p m. Ulblo School and Men'a lllble
T 4'. p m Worahlp and Sermon by Paster.
SliES'DllAPTfS'fTlKL.I'lNU.Tl AND "CLASS
meets 2 .10. Tth below Cllrard ave. Klrat
anniversary ot the John C. b'Mro Uulntet
Wm II. founc. lender, Mrs Irene Conner.
Mlta Ottn. Mrs .Maude Choate, Oscar Lay
ton, Isaac Kingston, Wm. I! Mlntirr, Prof
Clinton Hobba. cornotlst. John Dyson, grand
orsanlst Jtoy undenlotvn. violinist. theVreta
Ktrlng Hand and others will take part. Lady
ushers One hundred men nnd women nanttJ
to scent Christ Join US;
CKNTHAU CHUHCH. 18th and ilreen Hev.
W. V. HEItO, Pastor. 11 n. m. Usv, Charles
A. Ulanchnrd. 8 p. m, Itev. V. V Ders.
Ulblo School, U'4"i a. m Junior congregation
In connection with mornlnc services.
Drexel Middle lllble Classes
DHUXEL lHDDLi: 1II11LK CLASSES
Whsn In need of competent assistants In your
offlre, home, storo or plant, call on our
llureau of Mutual Help No charge to em
plovera or membera of our clasaes. jOj
Mil ALFItKD W. MAIITIN will leclura be
fore the Ethical Society on "Am 1 My
Ilrothor'a Keeper" Broad St. Theatre, Bun
day 11 a m
FllANKLIN HOME FOP. THE ItEFOnMA
TION Of INKUltlATKt) Btl-013 Locust at
Sunlai, 8 p. m. Hervlcu conducted by Dr.
Carl 13. Dakar.
MESSIAH LUTHEItAN .,
Tfca .Friendly Church."
lotl ami jonerson sis,
Daniel E, Welgle. Pastor, will preach. 10 10
a. m., H p. in. Ulble School, 2.JO.P. ra i
Nevln' Wlest. Cornet Soloist 7:jS p m.
Musical l'relkda. Emll V. Bahmldt, Violin.
William A. Sthmldt. 'Cello (Philadelphia Or
chestra). andjhe Meulahjjuartetj
TABUHNACLE, B0th"snd Spruce Wm J. Mil.
ler, Jr..J0:4St ti 8. 8., 2.30 p ra. r
TEMPLE. !2d end Race Itev. A. Pohlroan.
M.pt 10 JO a. m , 2 80 and 7i45
THE FlUb METHODIST CHUP.CH IN QEH-
ChkLE8NWBSLEY BunNS. Minister. -
DOCTOR nUHNB PREACHES AT 110TH
Monday Banquet ot Klrat Church Men,
Tuesdai Dr. John R Davits.
-W edwsday Church Family Altar.
Thursdaj Pr O. BhUtey Burns.
Krldas Dr S V Purvis
Music by Vtel Boy Choir. Cordial welcome
aitt aia. .
M. E. MARINERS' nKTHEI.
Washington f v e. be low 3d. jt.
EVERETT O DBCKEIt, Minister
1U..10 and 7 45 Sermona by the Minister
MOUNT HERM"O.S' 10th an- Portsr. Rev. F,
C. rhoinaa. 11. 8 S. 8.. 'i SO p. m.
Wl-3 HPKL AIj MUSICAL t
t:rt.",miaf im iTarT itti
KRS 11V rHITKUIOH STRJNT
AIVU A Ejr I--B-V I. CI I I1UHUQ.
2UO-SUNUAY SCHOOL DP aAQNBLL'B
IJinijC CLASS FOR MEN IV THE AUDI.
T07U-f LAST DAY OF MEMBERSHIP
TAlittRNAOLE. 11T11 BELOW OXFORD
1,1 30 Ssrw by Raw O
T 4a Th Bio Thai SUMeels "
Moods y (-CUM
Tuts ev -LltCTURsJ tlUw.1. Rv. E F.
Wad -Son "rill Ptsyrer 3evtee.
THurs. s LADIsW AID SUPP-BA. CTS
A E CROWS1 . Pistec
' IHTLADW.PlilA S6
eat irasi 4 m s-smssv o-v-vc
il 1 f-Sldatr
Leader 3IM. sermon
TistUavo.)-. Mr IT jRU
ISO SariBaji Or ksntsoa.
Senaeai Dr MorrtM: Jtte
wn W RIsVhUs laWT PrJ
aranoo Or MorrUoo
7 --mi SLi-ii-r n
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a i i e qu Buy moo lr -Hurr-san
Nw Jerti IsBi 'SwdaVor
Ik vuissaifagffj qiiisrutn vft xmvmmmamm m
,tnW1or)Nw foirxitr, at Is Chujch of
N Jrula M and SSSS.,'
i r i
Jj .v.nio at clock Sseiai tuu!c
Nminsi "-- ixHtW Onaatiuma. w to sn
ett of Taw evtaori 8Uiy OsarafDg by '.as
...or lis Hi klilai W Mri swss
. at 11 v c'skk SuUkf bUwU U .
PARK AVENUE CHllt!H
Park ave and Norris at
REV?. ROUBRT DAONELU D D. Minister.
10 Mr.' THE rNAPPRtWUTKD FACTOR "
T Si SUBHTITUTKbHtoR RIGHTEOUS.
slon In the evenlngr Doctor niohtrtontJ
will preaeh on "The Wnr nnd ChrlttMn
lly." Franklin Lodge, r And A. M , will
attend tho service
The Hev. Dr. Edwin Hey) Delk, pastor
of Bt. Matthew's Lutheran Church, will
speak at n dinner to be given at the club
of Bt. Jude nnd the Nativity by the Men
Club on Monday evening-. Tomorrow at
10:45 o'clock Doctor Delk will preach on
"The 'Insufferable' Chrlstlon Missionary "
The John C. Bayro quintet will cele
brate lift flrat anniversary tomorrow af
ternoon at the meeting of the Secohd
Baptist Helping Hand Class. The Frets
String Band and others will take part.
lnung tvomen will usher, and the ser
vices will be open to the public. j-
Jfnrold N'utt will bo In charge of the
Brotherhood meeting In Graco Beformed r
Church, Uth and Huntingdon streets, the
Bov. TJ. O. Outellus, pastor, tomorrow1
morning. The Hev. 'Wilson More. upr
Intendent of the Bethany Orphans' Home,
Womelsdorf, Pa., will occupy the pulpit
in he morning, nnd tho pnstor will prencH ,
In the evening on "The Fatal BefusAl "
Next Wednesday evening John H Poor
man will give an Illustrated lecture on
ome Interesting phatcs of home and for- .
clgn missionary wffrk.
At the Church of Our Bedeemcr, the
Bov. Augustus K. Bnrnott will preacli to
morrow morning on "The Whisper In tha
Outskirts," nnd In tho evening on "Com
mercialism In Bellgion." A. J. Drexet t
Middle will speak at the meeting of (he
men's Bible class nt 2!.0.
"What Shall Be Substituted for Warr ,
will bo tho subject of nn address in tha i
Church of tho New Jerusalem (Sweden- ,
horglan) b the Bev. J. K. Smyth, of New j
York, tomorrow evening. '
THE KOtlttTI! PHEHliyTEHIAN CHUHCH
truth 4th t. and Klngseeslns; ave
Minister, Rov. John T. Reeve, D. D.
10 A a. m "The Ivimb of Ood "...
7:45 p in."1he Divinity or Christ." Au
HOPE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
ttrt and Wharton ata.
Minister, nev. J. ORAY BOLTON, D.D.
Rov. WILLIAM TAILOR CALDWELL, Aa-
10 41 ft', m. nV. Caldwell will preach.
7:45 p m. Doctor Rclton. "Faltlra Reward "
.1.1th nnd Rarlne ats.
W COURTLAND ROBINfcON, D. D.. Pastor.
Music by a superior Quartet and Organ
U iw I liroillcrjiooQ mcviinK.
n n I
PL'liLIC WOIIHIIIP WITH SERMON.
Bible School. 7:tJ. Y. P. S. C. K.
I PI'llLlC WORSHIP WITH SERMON.
subject, "jesus tno I inai."
OKOAN RECITAL 7:45.
"Love Sons?' Wagner
"To a Wild Rosa" Mscfaruno
SCOTS CHURCH. Droail St.. belnw'Morrls St.
1 STUART MOORE. D. D., Minister.
10.10 "A Heavenly Vision.''
7:15 "An Interesting quotlon." ..
ST PAUL'S PREHHYTEHIAN CHURCH,
ltaltlmoro ovo , cor. 30th st.
n,v -7 nterldira I. II- D.. MInllttr.
10 4S n m. Publlo worship, and celebration ' 'T
or tne pnerament ot ino Lora a aupper.
JC.n p m. Omded lllble School.
7 45 p m Evening- worship. Uermon by
Doctor Lcc. Alljieats free.
TABERNACLE PRESnYTERIAN OHortCH
Cheatnut at 37th. Tho. .Minister, nev.
JOHN aluan in.Alll. u,u will preacii.
11 a. m. "Tho Captnln'a on the Bridie."
S p m. "Put Out Into the Deep."
.BTitAxonna cordTalt.y wetmmbo
1 VION TABERNACLE
York nnd Coral ata.
REV ROBERT HUNTER, PASTOR, -n II
Erench. 10 10 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 2-30, Sih
ath School. 7, Y. P. S. C. E. 2145, IIIU1.U
I'NION IN THE CHURCH t
WOODLAND PnESHYTERIAN CHUHCH
42d and Pino ats .
JAVKS RAMSAY SWAIN, Minister.,
10 no Brotherhood. Matt., v, 7, continued,
11 on "Worship Sermon . . ....
1:4 WIMble. School, New aeholara Inyltea.
8 f0 Worship. Sermon. SAVONAROLA
AND THE FLORFNTINR REVIVAL."
Third In scrlca on 'The Great Revlrola of
If nu aro looking for a Church Horns,
"Come, thou and nil thy home."
clit'itcH of"'t'i1e"holy apostles
3tt ami Christian ata
ltov Oeorge Herbert Toop, Rector.
Jloly Comniunlon..... .J??'m-
Mnrnlna; Prayer and Sermon. ...10-80. In.
Sunday School ami Bible clasaes.. 2:10 p. m.
Evenlnr Bnrvlco and Sermon..,,.. 7t10 p, m.
Wvening Organ, harp end violin. Poatluus
and Prelude Bpeclal ainaing.
imwl.nn frdsrntlon 6t Iboe will attend.
8neclal address by Mr. John B. .Lennon, of
Illinois. 7:45. Dr. Richmond preaches bn
The War and Masonry." Franklin Lodge; ot
r. and A M. -Bill attend
PARISH OF ST. I.UKE B1,pnAHr
11th atreet below Spruce.
Rov. DAVID M. STEELE. Rector.
8 a m. Holy Communion
10 a. m. Punday School.
11 a. m. Mornlnc Prayer and Sermon.
4 p m. Evening Prajer, Anthem and Ad
Organ, harp and cello preluds. Interlude
and postlude. . , .
Miss Mabella Addison, soloist.
The Rector win preaeh at both services.
17th and Summer streets.
R 00 n m Holy Communion.
11 o a. m. Mornlns; Prayer and Sermon.
.'41 p m. Bunday School. .
8 00 p. m Evening Prayer and Aadrel.
Rev Irving A. McUrew will preach.
hr tlEOBOK 8, (list and Basel ave. RtT. Q,
La Pin Smith. 7 JO. 10 10 and 7tfW
ST. MARfv'S CHURCH
ldth r.d locust sts. .,
Th Rev ELLIOT WHITE. Rector, "
Huiulay. T and 8. Holy Communion,
10 SO, JIntlni, 11. Choral Eucharist, and I .
n. m.t Choral Evensong.
baity. 7, 7 tl and 0 a m., and B p. m '
The Hector will bo tho preacher on Sunday m
On Wednesdays and Fridays at 13 m., the '"
Litany will bo said and Intercessions for '1
iit-aro made. 'P"i
THE HOUSE OF PRAYER, Rrancntown.
Rev. II. S S. VINCENT. Minister.
Services. 10 - a. m.. 7:30 p. m.
FIRST N. A . 15th and Dauphin Rar. John'
D. Hl-ks. Pastor. 10:30 and 8. B, 8.. 3;ate.
5Tnr!tETiET:iliTnrath aiuTfiitnti sts,
AUal'STt'S M. BARNETT.
10 sn 1 h hlspor In the Outskirts."
2 to- J Droxel Riddle
8 no ' Conimcrclallsm In Religion."
Socialist Literary Society
MAX H. HAYES editor Cleveland Cltlun.
wilt speak on "Tb Organised Labor Move
ment " at Broad Street Theatre. Sunday, 3
p. ro.. nnt'er tbe auspices of Socialist Liter
ary Sok4oty. Music by Van Den Deemt
String O'lartst. Admission free.
Lemon Hill Association.
"SINNERS IN OOD'S HANDS"
SUNDAY NIOHT, 7:50
ALL WELCOME ALL
sir-i HfiltTH'AI. SOCIBTY. SIM ?T
Broad. Sunday. 7 45 p ra.: ipeelal mmle,
Address and spirit uessagss by Mrr. L-Tiar- .
uU' rlJi tir. a nna
una. . "S"s.n..s.fo.
e- a'clarlc UJ
ueeiings, awiusjr tmuus.
fferman and Eiuflsh
SEE NEW JERUSALEM
FXJMT trtjlTARIASt, ,9JJi"Cbstnut at, Rsi
rifTS..BC Jeha irfalsUf-JO ro.. SiJy
ScuMl: 11 a m tbe Minuter wtll pnk
mftAria avb hmsrwr-jf3
10 45 "Wbat Can W BsllMar- Bele.'Rafj
of Ages. 7:4-Fif JFliftk Sjjjk, 'TUB
FRfjuoicg ta ub of aciEeic." pjfon
B NORR1S SQUARE V P CHURCH
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Rev LXaT E "1
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