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THE SOiUNTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, OCTOBER
Epwoith League. Convention.
The nnintnl convonllon ot the Wyo
ming Conference. Kpwortli league will
bo hold In tho Simpson Methodist Kpls
eopnl church, Went Scranton, on Oc
tober II and IS, An rlnboruta tiro
Brnmnio litis been nrriuiRcd for tho two
days' BosHlonf, which Is ns follows:
7,30 Devotional Mooting.. .M, S. Clodslinll
8.00-Addrcsx. "Koynl Living," Rev. Kd
Bar It. Brown, O. 1 pantor of
Viral Methodist Episcopal church,
Albany, X Y.
30-Dcvotfonnl service John It. Conic
D.CO DiikIiichm ecxsdon, Threc-mlnuto re-
porlB from district, nppoliiliiiont
of committees, report of treasurer,
"Vroo Parliament" on Dcpailmenlot
Spiritual George A. Cure.
Mercy and Jtclp-Mis. O. 18. Rcttle, Miss'
Winifred Brown, if Oncouta Kpworth
Literary Court Street ISoranton) Kp
worth league, It. f. Vnll, president.
Social Norwich Kpworth league, 511ns
Belle Brown and Mi. Mina 15. Black
mail. (Onc-linlf hour to each depart
ment.) WKDNV.SOA Y A VTIORNOON.
2.00 Devotional service. James Hcnnlngcr
Junior Conference Conducted by
JUS'S T.IIIIiiii Moore, ot Central
Church league, WllkoM-Bnrre.
Ilccltntlon Miss Sarah J .Price
"I Oo a Vlshlng,"
Leonard C. Murdoclc
"1002 for Missions,"
Mrs. K. fl. A Herman
"The True Relation of l.cuguora to
Other Church Services,"
Harry C. Perkins
Address, "The Revival thr Kpworth
League Needs," Rev. James A. Ta
bor, Jr., D. D., pastor cf Centenary
church, Hlnghnmton, X. Y.
1.30 Sons service and devotions,
(Slant E. Van Woert
Address, "Our Delit to the Methodist
fathers." Rev. Samuel V. I'pham,
D D., .of Drew Theological Semin
ary. The ofllcers are Martin V. Williams,
president: Carl Councilman, treasurer:
Clinton B. Henry, secretary; S. Guy
Snowden, II. II. Turner, ft. II. Prentice,
E,.IL. D. Hrlggs, George D. Genung,
Walton A. Sanford, vice-presidents.
King Edward and -the British
Tho flew ,T. U. Jones, in a recent ar
ticle tu The Congregationalist. tried to
forecast the probable attitude of King
Edward A'lt to religion in England and
particularly toward the Free churches.
He predicts that In the Established
Church tho king's Influence will be used
to allay and moderate strife. Directly
and ofllclally his majesty Is precluded
by- his position an bound by law to the
Established Church, and cannot recog
nize Free Churchmen nt all; but If past
actions bo any guarantee of future con
duct, "ho will use his great Influence
wherever he can do so to secure honor
able recognition of tho claims and ser
vices of the Free Churches. He appre
ciates the part Free Churchmen play In
the nation's lifc and as king
of tho whole people he Insiststhat due
respect and honor should be paid to
them." He compelled recognition of
them nt the jubilee services of ISA",
when it had been withhold, and saw
that they were given suitable represen
tation at his coronation.
Ml Souls' Universalist Church.
"e pastor of our church, Itew
fmns B. Payne, returned from his
Cation, September 1, refreshed in
Fidy and In mind, and full of plans for
broadening the work of the church dur
ing the coming year.
The first Sunday In October has been
fe aside by the pastor as annunl Rally
nay. For his first observance of tho
day, next Sunday, Mr. Payne has Issued
a ringing parish letter, which he baa
sent to all his people. The day will bo
special In every way. Every Vnlver
sallst In the city Is expected to be pres
ent; members will be received Into the
church; quarterly communion will be
celebrated; a doctrinal sermon will be
In spite of the strike and with no
'-canvass yet even begun our building
v fund grows apace. A'e are well on now
' townrdti tho threo thousand dollar
' To nil rnlversalists In hiding In the
city, the pastor would say: "Come nut;
lift up, your heads; you've got the best
!' faith In the world: help make it a
power In this community."
riftloth Annual Meeting.
The First Presbyterian Sunday school
tvlll hold Its fiftieth annual meeting to
morrow Immediately after the morn
ing service and at the mine time oh-'
servo "Rally day." It is hoped that
every member of the school will be
picsent, a cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all member of the church and
congregation, also to any former mem
bers of the school, to join in celebrating
this anniversary of a hair-century of
successful Sunday school work.
Special Interest attaches to this m
caslou from the fact that It will doubt
less be tho last annual meeting of the
school In the old church building on
A Grand Rally.
The congregation f Adams uvenuo
ihapcl met Thursday night In a miou
capacity, Mr, I.ePiue presided and de
JIvered a very useful address. The
chapel was well filled. Mr. Hughes,
the pastor In chuige, gave a reninu of
his -work nt tho chapel. Mr. J, A
Lansing and Mr. (.', II. Welles spoke
words ot good cheer anil wise counsel,
Mr, Austin sang a beautiful mio, and
Mr, Chandler presided at tho organ. U
tho close of the service, light rofirsi..
ments were served to the congregation'
wy wie wanes- Alii society,
Tho Baptist ministers will meet next
Monday at 10,30 In tho Penu Avenu.i
Kaptlst church. The Rev. Robert
Thompson, of Dalton will read tho pa.
per, Topic, "Is There a Dead Line In
The Methodist ministers of Scranton
Nvlll meet In Elm i'nrk church on Octo
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will present itn article on ''Ministerial
LESSON FOR OCT. 5
Secretary of Amoilchn Society of
i llglous Education.
1H SfCCESSOR.-The death ot
MAMR In tho laud ot Mouh made Joshua
tho lender of Israel, tie had been pre
pared for the place by a series of events
extending through many years, I'robably
he received a military education In Egypt
lor soon after the exodus ho led tho
forces to victory In the struggle with
Am.'ilek. (Exodus, scvll, 13.) Afterward
he was the close companion or minister
of Moses In tho wonderful deeds nt Sinai.
(Exodus, xxlv, 10.) Ho was ono of tho
twelve spies selected (Numbers, silt, 8)
to explore the land of Canaan, uniting
with Caleb In bringing a good report, for
which he was rewarded (Numbers, xlv,
30), and by which he obtained Information
that helped him In subsequent cam
paigns. Somo time ttcforc tho death of
Moses he was formally set apart In the
eyes of the people as successor to tho
great law-giver I Numbers, xxvll, 1S-L'3
and. declared In be full ot the spirit of
God, (Deuteronomy, xxxlv, 9.)
THE COMMAND.-(Vcrf.CH 1 and -J.) -But,
though well qualified and fully au
thorized, Joshua was not permitted to act
except by divine direction. It was not his
part to plan and execute, but to listen
and obey. TJir Almighty was king of
Israel, and Ills will only, when pro
claimed, was the solo rule of conduct.
How long the people remained In camp
on tho east of .Ionian cannot bo known
they would never have departed had not
God so ordered. One d.iy the command
to advance enme to Josbua. whether by
audible word or by Inward Impression,
matters not. The order was very sim
ple and Imperative. It alluded to the
death of Moses only as It Imposed leader
ship upon the successor. "Go thou and
all this people" was the utterance that
allowed no delay or debates. Then was
presented the objective point, "unto the
land which I do give them," Hint land ot
promise conveyed by warranty deed to
Abraham (Genesis, xv, IS) four centuries
before, hut reserved until (he iniquity
of the Amorltes should have exhausted
divine patience. (Genesis, xv, 10.)
THE POSSI0SSION.-(Verses :t mid 4.)
The marching orders delivered to Joshua
were accompanied by specific directions
concerning the land to be entered, Its
boundaries were plainly announced, cov
ering the region which God bad set opart
ns the home ot Israel. A surveyor could
run the line in our day from the wilder
ness, the place of encampment, eastward
to the river Euphrates, live hundred Eng
lish miles; thence up that stream and
then westward Io the Mediterranean, so
as to Include the land of the Ifittltes;
thence south along the coast to an in
definite distance on the way to Egypt and
to the place of beginning. It differed but
slightly from the descilptlou to Moses.
(Kxodus. xxlil. III.) This nu.gnllicent do
main was ample for the achievements of
a people who were called of God to a
high and lioly mission. There was. how
ever, one condition in the gift so much
only v should bo owned ns the nennle
should possess. Wherever foot should
tread title would be acquired (Deuteron
omy, xl, 21), an Incentive to heroic en
THE PROMISE.-tVorse ,-,.1-A deed In
escrow Is valued according to tho terms
of Its delivery, so It moght have been
thought that God had made conditions
that Israel could hardly meet. To cross
a river. Invade n populated land, sub
due lis fortified towns (Deuteronomy, Ix,
1), establish government and maintain a
permanent residence was Indeed a great
undertaking from which many would
turn In despair. To attempt this with
men who had descended from Egyptian
bondmen, wanderers for forty years In
the wilderness, would seem to some fool
hardy. Rut over against tho difficulties
the Almighty set his promises. "I will ho
with thee," ho said to Joshua, "as I was
with Mores." (Kxodus, ill, 12.) The de
liverances wrought by the mighty hand
or God wore matters of history, to be
mentioned as guarantees of future favors.
Even In that day divine presence was a
pledge of security nnd success. (Phil,, )v,
13.) Joshua was assured of victory over
every foe. (Deuteronomy, vll, 21.)
THE MISSION. (Verse fi.) It Is alwnvs
well for n man to know what he Is to do
tho precise nature and extent of bis
work. Then with singleness of purposo
he can summon Ids poweis for more vig
orous nffoit, (Acts. Ix,, (!.) And when
God gives Information on this point the
man has added ground for steadfastness.
In this Instance Joshua was not left in
doubt concerning his mission. Appointed
to lead tho people over .Ionian Into Oi
lman, nnd nflerwanl to wage successful
warfare against the inhabitants, nnd so
tnklng possession of tho country, he was
also to be permitted Io arrange the pre
liminaries of the settlement. He would
not be called away from his high olllco
until he hud effected a division and
awarded permanent quarters to tho sov
eral tribes. This would be the ilnal act
of his life Ills career would begin with
tho crossing and end with the settle-meiit-a
dellnlt". dllllcult but Important
lask was thus committed to him.
TIIH FlDllUVY.-f Verses 7 to !.)-Iu
the execution of such n trust a high
grade mini was needed. No weak and Ir
losoliile soul could enter this place and
hope for anything but uller deroat. It
oNo fruo that the cause depends upon
him who Incarnates and represents It.
.losiiuo. (elected not by popular suffrage,
but by divine wisdom, trained and called
Into rervhc, has In his keeping the wel
fare of his people and the destinies of the
people unborn. Good and Irm as he was
It wan deemed necessary to exhort lldel
Ity. The Lord himself enjoined the m
most regard to the law delivered to him
by Moses (Numbers, xxvll. 23) on tho
day of his cousccrallon, which was the
sumo as to require obedience to Jehovah,
the author of the law. Ho also lmdo
him to be of good courage, to strengthen
himself by the promise of the I.ord'H
cniitilaut ptesence and help. If tho heart
of Joshua was steadfast the people would
follow and all would bo well,
THK SfCCMSS.--! Verso S.)-A point of
exceeding Interest Is next presented in
mil- irs.-uu. uiiu informs josuun con
reinlpg the secret of success In bis great
nilss(on. Ho must not depend wholly
upon the promised help in battle, much
less upon his own strength ami eouniKo,
although the latter must bo cultivated
and the former would bo secured Rut
with both man might fall, unless ho Is
wise enough to uso his own abilities and
the Lord's blessing ns h ought, wisdom
Ik essential In n louder, as well as faith.
How shall this bo secured'.' Tho method
wus very simple, Joshua must keep be
fore him constantly a copy of tho law
(Deuteronomy, xvll, 18-1S0, nnd ho must
medicate therein. In this way ho would
familiarize himself with thoso regulations
that had been made for Israel. That
would Invigorate his mind and move his
heart, enabling him to sec unit prompt
ing him to do what wis light. (Psalm.
I. 2.) Ha would thus come into harmony
with God nnd bo Indeed a divine agent
for tho nation's advancement,
THE ORUKRS.-(Verse3 10 und 11.)-
An old proverb says, "He who has A
work to do should begin It early and
prosecute It with vigor." Joshua acted
upon thli prinelplo after hearing the
Lord's lii-truotlons, Promptly he Issued
general orders to his oillecrs to pass
among the libst, the army, and to mnko
ready to move within Hired days. Tho
preparation consisted In providing suit
able ration". Thcio Is no Intimation that
nnythlng besldo was necessary. Presum
ably us the nation had long been on n
military basis under Joshua's command,
lio knew tho conditions nnd felt that
there was no need of special practice or
outfit. The commissary department nlono
rrqillrrd nltcntlon, Hut Joshua was
rnreful to let the people know their des
tination. He filled their hem In with high
hopes by paying that they should go in
to possess the land which tho Lord would
glvo them, After months of waiting on
the cast fthlo of Jordan, In full view ot
tho promised possessions, this Intelligence
must have nwakencd Intense Joy and In
cited nd to the utmost netlvllj
THE QUKSTIONB.-T'or the purpose ot
review nnd enlargement ot thought on
this passage these questions will ho help
ful: 1. What moral reason Is given In
Scripture for refusing to Moses, tho privl.
lege of entering CunaonV 2. Why was
Joshua better suited than Moses to this
great tnsk? 3. What words of Joshua,
showing his fitness, nro recorded? 4. IJy
what methods might God command
Joshua? 5. What tribes Inhabited Cnnonn
nf tho time of tho coimuest under
Joshua? C. Why were these people ex
pelled to make room for Israel? 7. How
was Canaan adapted to bo tho homo of
Israel? S. Why was the condition of
ownership prescribed requiring conquest
and possession? !). What nations were on
tho border of Canaan destined to bo
neighbors of Israel In the new home?
10. Whnt grounds of encoutngement are
presented In this lesson to Joshua? It.
What does truth or the law of God do
for a man In furnishing him for good
service? 12. What nro the three most Im
portant sentences ot tho lesson, around
which tho whole may bo grouped? 13.
What practical truths are taught In tho
SERVICES IN THE
Elm Park church Dr. C. M. Glllln, pas
tor. Prayer nnd praise meeting at 0.30.
Sermon by pastor nt 10.30. Promotion anil
rally day in Siujday school at 2 p. m. A
special program will be rendered. Junior
league nt 2 p. m. Senior league at fi.30.
Autumnal service nt 7.30 p. m. Address
by the pastor.
Asbury Methodist Episcopal church,
corner Delaware street and Mousey ave
nueRev. Charles A. RonJnmlu, pastor.
Brotherhood meeting nt n.Sii: preaching
by the pastor at 10.30; subject. "The Min
istry of the Word." Sunday school at
2.30; Kpwortli league at 11.30; pleaching at
7.30; subject, "What All Good People
Long For." Seats free nnd nil are wel
come. Ash Street Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. J. R. Austin, pastor. Preaching at
10.30 a. m.. subject. "Let Cs Do What We
Can"; clns meeting at 11.30 a. in., Charles
Croop. leader: Sunday school nt 2 p. m.,
K. AV. Stone, superintendent: Kpwortli
League lit li.t." p. m., Mrs. II. C. Demies,
leader. Preaching nt 7.30 p. m.
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal church
F. P. Doty, pastor. Services, Sunday.
Oct. 5. In Phillips' ball. Fig street. At
10.30 n. m morning sermon; 11. ir, u. m.,
Sunday school: 3.30 p. in,. Junior Kpworth
League: 7 p. in.. Kpwortli League, Edith
Doty,' leader; 7.30 p. m., evening worship
and sermon. The new church Is rapidly
Hearing completion. All Clirbtlnu people
are Invited to assist In promoting the
cause of Christ In connection with this
Court Slreet Methodist Episcopal
eUurch G. C. Lyman, pastor. Class No.
1, 9.13 a. m.. O. D. DeWltl. lender;
preaching at 10.30 n. m.; Sunday school.
1M.1 a, in., G. 11. Clark, superintendent;
Kpworth League rally, (1.30 p. m.i preach
ing at 7.30. subject. "Bible Study." Chus
No. 2. Tuesday at 7.30, ,1. Archer, lender.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Bring your Rlble. Seats free.
Providence Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. George A. Cure, pastor. Tho
Brotherhood of St. Paul meet at 10 n.
m. Preaching at 10.30: subject. "Lessons
from the Early Methodists": Sunday
school at 2 p. in.: Kpworth League at CI.",,
topic, "Resume of the Progress of Metho
dist Missions." Blanch White, lender.
Preaching nt 7.30 by Rev. John Laird, of
Nay Aug Me'iodlst Episcopal church
Preaching Saturday evening at 7.30. A
African Methodist Episcopal church.
Howard Place Dr. D. S. IJcullry. pastor.
Preaching nt 10.30 a. m.: subject, "The
Duly and Privilege of Christian Assem
bly." Sunday school. 2.30 p. m. Preach
ing. 7.1"i p. in.; siibjict, "Human Equal
ity." A cordial welcome to all.
Perm Avenue Baptist Church, Penn ave
nue between Spruce and Linden streets.
Strangers always welcome. Pivacblng
morning at 10.30 and evening at 7.30 by the
pastor, Rev. Robert F. Y. Pierce, D. D.
Morning prayers In the lower temple at
(i.tfi. Theme nt tho morning sermon, "The
Christian's Review." Communion will
follow the sermon. The "Rally Day"
services of the Sunday school will bo held
at 2 o'clock. All scholars and former
members of the school earnestly request
ed to be pieseut. Sunday school at the
Memorial mission on Prescott avenue at
3.30 ji, m. Young People's Society Chris
tian Endeavor meeting at ii.30. "Bright
Hour" service at 7.30, sixty minutes of
sermon and sons', Theme. "Vnluublo
Presents nnd How to Get Them,"
First Baptist church, South Main ave
nue Services nt 10,30 a. in, and 7,30 p, m.;
preaching by the Rev. J. S. Wrlghtnour,
D. D of Oil City, Pa. Sunday school nt
2 p. m.; Baptist Young People' union nt
0.30 p. m. After the livening service the
ordinance of tho Lord's supper will lie
administered. Monday ot 7.4S p. m
monthly business meeting of the church
will be held, Wednesday evening, prayer
meeting at 7. 1.1, to be followed by a special
business meeting of the church, All are
Invited to theso services. Scuts free.
Jackson Street Baptist chinch Rev.
Thomas de (Iruchy, D. D pastor. Men's
niornlgn prayer meeting nt 0.11, Rrolher
William Prolheroe, leader. Sermon nt
10.30; topic. "Neutrality with Christ Im
possible." Sunday school at I p. in., John
Lloyd, siiperlntor.deut. Harvest and
Rally day rehearsal ot 3.1",, Professor
Lewis Davis, leader. Evening service nt
7 sharp. Praise and song service, fol
lowed by a tdiort address by the pastor;,
topic. "Judgn Not." This service Is short
nnd bright ami full of Inspiring music,
The public Is cordially Invited. Seats nro
Memoilal Baptist church. Church nvo.
line Rev. W. F. Dnvles, pastor. Services
tomorrow tit 10 a. m. nnd 0 n, in. Tho
service In the morning will be conducted
In Welsh and (n English In tho evening.
Missionary meeting Monday evening. Tho
pastor will deliver an nddres on missions
Khllnli Baptist church, corner Mulberry
C. G, Archer, of Urewer, Maine, nay.s,
"I have had catarrh for several yearn.
Water would run from my eyes and nosa
for days at a time. About four montliB
ago I was Induced to try Dr. Agnow's Cn.
tarrhal I'owdcr. and since using the won
derful remedy I have not had an attack..
It relieves In 10 minutes."
Dr. Agnew't Heart Cnre relieves In 30 minutes. 23
Sold by Win. G. Clurk nnd 11. JL. San-
street nnd Adams avenue Rev. J, I!. Dod
dle, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. tn., sub
ject, "The Christians' Success"! Sunday
school. 12.30 p. m.i 8 p. m preaching, sub.
Ject, "Man' duty to Man." Communion
nt this service! also an nfter communion
service will be held nt Rrolher Hcniy
Hill's, 2(1 Kresslcr court, (This Is on no
count of sickness), Wednesday evening,
preaching. Friday, evening, general
pruyfcr meeting. All nro Invited,
Green nidge Uaptlst church-Rev. II. S,
Potter, pastor, 10.30 n, m., "How They
Rullt tho Wall hi tho Days ot Old!" 7.30
p. tn "At Sunrise I.lfo'n Morning," tho
first of n scries of Sabbath evening ser
mons designed Io liisplto and help tho
young to mnko the most of life, Tho
celcbrntlon of tho Lord's supper unit tho
reception of members nt tho close of tho
First Welsh Uaptlst church-D. D. Hop
kins, pastor. Services; next Sunday In
Hie following order! Morning at lo In tho
Welsh language. Afternoon nt 2, Sab
bath school In the church. Fourth waul
and llryn Mawr street. English service
In tho evening, to commence at (! o'clock,
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. It. C. McDermott, D. D., pastor.
Preaching nt 10.30 a, in, nnd 7.30 p, in,
Rev. A. F. Charfce, ot Carbnndale, will
preach In the evening, Other services ns
First Presbyterian church Services nt
10.30 Hi m. and 7.30 p. in, Dr, MoLeod will
preach. The conflict between employers
mid employes In this region has reached
an Important crisis, and Dr. McLeod will
take for his evening theme, "Rlessed
Are the Peacemakers." Strangers wel
come. Second Presbyterian church, Jefferson
avenue (between Vino and Mulberry
streets.) 10.30, morning worship; 12, Sun
day school; II.JIO, , young People's Society
of Chiistlun Eiurcnvor. Rev. Joseph If.
Odcll will preach At tho close of tho
evening service the church holds it re
ception for men at which nil men nro
Green' Ridge Presbyterian church Rev.
I. J, Lansing, pastor; Rev. L. It, Foster,
assistant At 10.30 a. m service of wor
ship, with sermon by the pastor; 12 m.,
Bible school; 0.30 p. m., Christian Endea
vor; 7.30 p. m., first use ot a modified form
of evening worship, with sermon by tho
pastor. All arc Invited nnd welcome.
Providence Presbyterian Church Pas
tor, Rev. Georgo E. Guild, D. IJ. Morn
ing theme, "ICuman Troubles and Divine
Sacrlllce." Sunday school at noon. En
deavor society meeting, 0.3.', o'clock.
Evening service with sermon nt 7.30
o'clock. Seats of the church always freo.
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
Rev. John P. Moffat, D, D.. pastor. Ser
vices at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Blblu
school nt 12 m.; Christian Endeavor
young people at 0.20 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday, 7.30 p, m. The pastor
will preach morning and evening. Thom
as Glppel will bo with the choir morning
and evening and will sing a solo nt each
service. All welcome.
Adams Avenue chapel, New York street
The ltev. James Hughes will preach at
10.30 and 7.30. The Christian Endeavor
society will meet at .3i. It will be a
consecration ervlcc. Sunday school at 3
o'clock, Mr. Chandler, superintendent.
Wednesday evening, a meeting for prayer
and praise at 7.30. All welcome to th"so
Capouse Chapel (Presbyterian) Preach
ing. 10.:'0 a. in. ami 7.30 p. in., by (be pas
tor, Rev. L. R. Foster: Sunday school, "
p. in.: Junior Christian Endeavor, 4 p. in.;
Senior Christian Endeavor, i!.30 p. tn., and
prayer meeting, 7.30 p. m. Thursday
St. Luke's Parish Rev. Rogers Israel,
D. D rector: Rev. Kdward J. lliiughton,
senior curate; ltev. Robert E. Roe, junior
curate. Nineteenth Sunday after Trlnllj.
St. Luke's church 7.30 n. in., holy com
munion; 0. 1.1 a. in., morning prayer: la:;;)
n. in., sermon and holy communion; 7..'.o
p. m., evening prayer and sermon; lt.1,1 a.
in., Sunday school and lilhlo clnsse.
lug prayer and sermon; 0.30 a. m., Soil
ing prayer and seiuion; 7.i p. in,, even
ing prayer and sermon1;, O.'lii a. m., Sun
day school and Bible classci.
East End Mission, Prescott avenue I! p.
m.. Sunday school and Bible classes.
South Side Mission, Fig streol 2.30 p.
m.. Sunday school and lilbln classes,
St. George's, Olyphaiil 2.30 p. in., Sun
day school and Bible elasres; 3.30 p. m.,
evening prayer and sermon.
St. James, Nicholson 10.RO a. in., morn
ing prayer and sermon; fl.1.1 a. m Sun
Church of Hie Good Shepherd, corner
Mousey avenue and Green Ridge strc-t
Rev. Francis R. R.it"mnu, lector. Nine
teenth Sunday after Trinity. Morutu.",
prayer and holy communion, 10.::o a. m.;
Sunday school and rector's class, 2.30 p.
in.; evening prayer, 7.30 p. m.
St. John's Mission. Ostorliout hall,
Providence Square -Holy communion,
7.30 a. m.; Sunday school, 2 p. in.; even
ing prayer, I jr. m,
Christ's church, Wushlngton avenue
and Park street Rev. F, S. linllent.no
will heve services and pleach, both
morning and evening. Sunday school at
2.30. All seats flee. All welcome.
Grace Reformed h'plscopal church, Wy
oming avenuo below Mulberry Htrect
Prayer and pinlse.sorvico, S.l'ji a. in.; di
vine worship, 10.30 a, m. and 7.3ii p. in.
W. V. Adair, secretary of tho It, ft. Y,
M. C, A., will preach at both services.
Subjects, morning, "Set I.Ike a Flint,"
Isaiah, I, 7: evening, "Tho Paschal
l.atnb," Kxodus, xll, 13. Sunday nehool
lit 12 in. Young People's Society of
Christian Kudcavor at ii.3i p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening, 7.1-j p. m,
Seats free, Kvurybody welcome.
Rranch church, lloso House, Tripp Paik
Services 10.30 a. m, anil 7,30 p, m. Henry
Cardesv will preach at both services, Sun
day school at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday, 7. Ij n, in,
Kngllsh Mvnngellcal Lutheran church ot
the Holy Trinity, corner Adams avenuo
and Mulberry street Rev. K. !', RUter,
A. M., pastor. Services at 10..-J) a. m. and
7,30 p. m, Morning subject, "Christ Heal
ing the Man Sick of tho Palsy;" evening
subject, "Klljah Tinier tho Juniper
Tree." Sunday school, 12 m.; l.uther
league, G.1.1 p. m. Seats free. All wel
come. Grace Evangelical church (general sy
irnd), corner of Mulberry Htrect and Pre,
cotl avenue Rov, Luther Hess Waring,
pastor, 0.30 ii, m., Sunday school; io.;:o a,
in., dlvluo worship; 7 p. m Young Pen
pie's Society of Christian Kndeuvor; 7,:i0
p, in,, evening service. Kverybody wol
coma. Hlon Rvnngcllrnl Lutheran church, 22i
Mlftlln avenue Rov. A. U. Galleiikamp,
pastor, German morning service, ln.yo;
subject. "Tho O.nly Gold .Mine That
Yields Forever." Sundny school, 2 p. nr.
Let all Infants, scholars and leacheiH bo
present. Saturday aerman nclinol every
Saturday, from 0 a. tn. to 12 in. Kvory.
one welcome. Kvenhig service. 7.30 p, m.j
subject. "Truo Wisdom." Instruction for
confirmation begins this month.
Colvary Reformed church, Monroe nvo
nue and Gibson Htrect Rov. .Marlon L.
Klror. pastor. Services nt HUH a. m. and
7 20 i. m. Sunday school, jjso a. m.j
Chrlbtlan Kudcavor, 7 p. m. Seal.-j free.
You are welcome.
All Soul's I'nlversallst church, 1'lno
slreet, between Adams and Jpfforum live
nues Revv Thomas H. Payne, pastor,
Next Sunday Rally Pay. Divine bcrvlce,
with sermon, followed by holy commun
ion nt 10.30 n. m. Subject of sermon,
"Tho Real Problem Not Are A'oii Pre.
pared tu Pie; but, Are You Prepared to
Live?" Sunday school at 12 m. Seats
free. BtniiiRorR cordlnlly welcomed.
SSIon I'nltrd Kvnngellcal church, UiO
Capouso avenue, Rev. J, W. Mcsslnger,
paitor. Preaching at 10.30 a, in. and 7.30
l. m.i subjects. "A Rich Poor Church,"
and "Revealed Manhood"; Suudny'school,
.30 u, m.; Junior League Christian Ku
dcavor, t p. in.; Keystone League Chrls-
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1 IMRSB BOTTCE1 PAS.SWBER, ' i
The uncrowned cjueenof American womanhood,
is jusi as popular in tne capitals oi u-iuui; no nucu
her own native heath. Genuine merit always wins its
way, and thus America's ready-to-eat wheat flake cereal
conquers wherever it pocs.
preparation and thorough
and Pepsin it builds up
been ruined by heavy
weakly children it is
lli!fi t! Mfi!3
thin Kiiile.ivor, G.SO p, in. All seals aro
free, Kveryhoily welcome.
nellcviin Welsh Calvlnlstlc Methodist
church Rev. William Davles, pastor,
Welsh sermon Tomorrow at 10 a. in.,
class, meeting, ll.iw a. m.i Sunday school,
-' p, in.; Knglisb sermon, ii p, m. Tho
sacrament of the Lord's supper will bo
ndinlulstered In the evening service,
Prayer meeting Monday evening at 7.30;
meeting of Young lVoplo'H Society of
Christian Kudcavor Tuesday evening at
7.30; class meeting Thuisday evening at
7.30; meeting of Biblical and Literary so
ciety Friday evening at 7 o'clock.
Gospel Tabernaclo church, Jefferson
avenue, Punmiiie JumrH Lelbhm.in, pan
tor. Preaching by the pastor at 1.30 a.
in. and 7.30 p, m. Illlile school, U m ,
Young People's meeting, (!.:: p, in. ThlH
meeting will be conducted by C. 11. Chris
mini, of Wollsvlllo, N". Y. Tuesday,
Christian and Missionary Alliance meet
lugs all day. Rev. Howard Smith, of
Africa, mid others will speak in 10.30 a.
in.. " and 7.30 p. in.
Gospel hall. 501 L'ickiiwiiimii avenue
Sabli.ith scnoul at U'.l.'i p. in. Preaching
at 7.30 p. m. Mr. Alrlch will preach, and
also conduct tho meeting on .Monday
evening at 7.11 o'clock, for I ho study of
tho hsMiu and the Htidlci In the Hook
of Romans. All nro welcome.
VI rut Chl'Ltliiu chinch. Providence
Regular services, Sunday school, 10 a. in,;
preaching, 11 a. in.; Christian Kndeuvor,
at.", p. in,; preaching, 7.30 p. in. It. W,
Special lo th Scranton Tribune.
KeysUmo Academy, Oct.
Marlon Colhorn spent Sunday
home In Vorent City.
The excessive rains have so flooded
the athletic Held (hut U not only hin
dered tho foot ball game v,lth St,
Thomas College, of Scranton, on Sat
urday last, but also prevents tho boys
from taking the much needed practice
necessary for u winning team. Greater
enthusinbiii than usual la being mani
fested und n successful season Is ex
pected. Tho following is the schedule
I s. e fir . m
Our line of Men's High Grade
Suits and Overcoats, this season,
possess characteristics of merit not
found in any other line in this city.
We have left nothing undone to bring
made clothing in the country. How
well we have succeeded can be at
tested by taking a look at "our stock.
Don't fail to see it.
To Scranton LadiesWhen tired
looking for something new in chi!
dren's clothing, stop at Griffin's.
You'll find what you want.
CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER,
Owing to its scientific
impregnation with Celery
stomachs tliat have almost
meat diets, and to dyspeptics and
worth its weight in gold.
A startling novelty
WW bita I'ood an
for vnnr crncer
.. J J,
and 4 cents
of guinea which Manager IJuldwJn an
nounces; October 1. Mimtrosu High
School, nt Montrose; October 11, St.
Thomas College, at Vnetoryvllle; Oc
tober 18, Scranton High School, at
Scranton; October 23, St. Thomas, nt
Scrunton; November 1, Marry lllllmaii
Academy, at Vactoryvllle; November
S, Scranton High School, nt Vnetorj
vllloj November Ifi, School of tho I.ack
iiwnnna, at Vactoryvllle; November 2'2,
Harry Hlllman, at Wllkes-U.irre.
The I'hl Mu Literary society held its
first meeting of the year on Vrhlay
evening. The following olllcers wero
elected: President, J. I). Strain; vice
president, It. N. Muckey; serretary,
Walter Visit; treasurer, William Bald
win; Ubrurlaii, Mr, Manchester. Tills
fs one Of tho most beneficial features of
tho school, mid all the new students
uro especially urged' to Join. " ' '
s name f VffiMHlisS ygajmjffiai M
Limited, MB&S!' ffiW , 9&3&?epiS&3l0B0SKE(& B
Our prices are al-;
THESE CNTERPRISINO DEALERS OAN
SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS OP EVERY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY ANO SATIS
FACTORILY, FOR sale:' 4
IllJOf!li:S and WAflOXS nf all kfndij alj
Humes and llulldlni; hots at bjrailru.
i'iousi:s ct.ii'i'i:i) ami ohoomiui at
M. T. KELLtzR '
X.ackaw:nna, Carrlajc pVqrks.,
SECURITY BUILOINO 4SAVINOSU.VI3N
Home Office, 203-203 Mean nulUllnj..
arc mmirlng bliaio.i each month which
fliiiw a net gain to the- Investor of. about 12
per cent. Wo Imn money, We aljo Imuo
i'l l.h I' lit) STOt K $100.00 per share,' Inter
est payahlo seinl-nnniully.
AI.IlKItT fl.vr.b, SecreUiy.'
E, JOSEPH KUETTEL,
n rrur uu MtKavanna avenue, nianiuaciurtr oi
Whe Seieens if all liliuUi fully prcpaied (or
me spun',' teaon. we nuko uu luncu oi
poicli acreens, etc.
PETER STIPP. , '
IJeneMl Ccntractor, Builder anil Dealer- Jn
Itu.luir.jt Slone. t i'.toiuiiis of velldit a "?p.'.
daliy. TflcplH'iw e.V)..
O.IUi", 3'.7 Washington- avtflnf.i
The scranton Vitrified Brick "
Makcn of I'aWnj Uriel;, ctei M, II, .Dale,
l?cncr.d fjle5 Agenl, Olfh-e S20 Washlujtcn
aie. Weihs at Nay Aug, Pa , 11. k W, V. Jl.ll.
Among recent Callers were Richard
Shephard und IMgur Powell, class' of
ItHK. The former has gone to the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, the latter to
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