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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY", iNOVEMBER 8, 1902.
"Porsonnl Eflfoit Week.
It may nnl bo Reiioinllv Known that
,he vcelfrJiiHt closing lins been kiiiiwn
in (lie l'n'!ibyt"iliit woild as one of
"Poi "-ontit IlfTt t Week," fioni an oviin
..etlstli' tiniHliioiiil. through the Ptes
byti'ilii'i ilnii'i'li. Tin1 Kcncial us
lombl.v's 'onirolttte mi evangelistic
work ti(iiiiiin'ii(1pd tliat the llrst vvok
In Now ml it be thus obeiveil 'tnd tlmt
Ptibbnlh, Uii' Plh of November bu known
as Di'-Nlon O.u. Tho session of tho
Viifdibutn s-lieot Piesbytcilan chinch,
after duo ooiipltleratlon, dctennlned to
limit the i tiie ni'inlb of November
one of )0Monal effoit, ami Decision
Day, the last Sunday In November. All
noik In Hi" ehureli, tbe bible school
find Christian JJiuleavor Young l'eo lo's
society will ) nvo this thought In inliiil
nnd woik to this end. With bowed
he id.-?, and it pr.tver of consociation, the
walk foi tli" month was Imiiigui sited
at all of the Fcrvlces lnt Sunday.
Tomotiovv 11101 nlng the pastor will
peak on the qiteptinmi ot poisonul
work. The let will be found In .1 din
l.H, "lie Fit st Klntleth T(s Own
Theio will L special sei vices tho
last week in November, DeclBlon ll.iy
will be ole-iivoel November .50. This
will be followed by the communion the
lit. si Sunday li December. The -pastor
will bu n.'ieci by bi other cli't'-ivmeu
at tli" "pcclnl toi vie i"-.
Object Seimon at Penn Avenue Bap
On Sunday evening Rev. Ui. Pleue
will glvo an object seimon on the topic,
"Character Sketches, or Tite Tim and
raise," at the Ponu Avonim HanlNt
dun ell. Lai st eongiegutlons legtil.tily
attend the "Rilght Horn" lulu's at
this cluucli, and the pastor never falls
to picsent the gospel stoi.v e.n nestlv
nnd lalthfttlly and In an atliaitho and
"While his object .ciiiimi and other
Illustrative methods of pi eat bins and
teaching truth aie now I, tbev aic al
ways sDiiltual and never nieielv sen
sational. Hveiy hoi he lh dellnltely and
piayerfully plannul to "make bad peo
ple good, and Rood people bettei."
Guernsey Hall Pulpit.
The srtond la tlie Uev. Tlimna.s 15.
Paj ne's Guernsey hall imlplt eiies (if
sen ires will be hold, Sunday evening,
it 7.20. i,i. I'ajne has piepaied an
osperinlly Intel estliiK pi ogi amnio lor
this SP. Vlll.
In addition to tho opening "-en ice of
siced run,; lomuiks b. the pastel,
r.iit. P. i;, Wilson will icndci a ion
tinlto solo, and Attenno.v T. J. Chase,
r W U-c-Raue, will speak on "Uellg
lon and Law." A coidlal imitation to
this senhe i cMentled to the public.
Luther Day Seiviceo.
'Jomoriow morning at 10 :n o'lloik,
the Fundrty school ot Giace Hiigllsh
Lutheran chinch, coiner of Mulbeny
s'lect and Piescott avenue, Ite. Luther
Hess baling-, pastor and supeiintedent,
t 11) lemur its annual Ltuhei D.i and
Homo Mission set vice. The piogi.imme
-Marching- Ming School
Responsive Scilptut nailing.
Rally sour School
Addiessof welcome U. L. Picke-, es
Jlvmn, "Toll On" School
A .study ul tin life ol Luthti,
boag, ".My chinch, .Mj Dent Old
A study on home missions.
Song, "Om Counlij's Volte Is Pleud-
Recitation, "Hume Mls-lous"-
A studv oa Amenta.
Recitation, lioroo Mhsleni poem
Vi i.i Vi ngoi.
Home Mission h.v mn Solo by MS,
Jennlo Kaufman, with idioms bv
HeieJses by the pilm.uv iliiss, un
der the diiectlon ol Mis. Kishb.tugh
A ludv on Ronovolenco.
Recitation "Blessed to Give" HIm Kline
Aeldtess, "Homo Ml-Mems"
He,-. James T. Kiiulall.
Altering fot homo missions,
'losing- liMim, "Golden llniest",.Sohoul
Evel yboilv w leonie.
wilt occupy the pulpit of the Howard
Place Afilcnn Methodist nplscopnl
chinch Sunday moinliii: and evening
On .Monday night ho will rIvc n lectuio
In the dun ch hall on the hcrhi inec.
Httnday Fchool at the tiKiial hour.
Tomomnv cvcnliiR flew Dr. fltilid will
Blve 111 tho I'lovldencu PicHbytetlan
cliuuh tho (hint In n hort peiies of
illHeusslous on allied topics. Two weehn
iiro he pienohod on Piiul'H coiivoi-hIoii
and pome Icssoiih thetefioni. one week
niro his theme wa.s "Two Klnuly Pow-
eiH In Patil'.s Life." Tonim row eonlii?
he will dlscouise on "Timothy, Paul'.s
Son in tho Faith." The seats or tho
dim ch aie ice. and the public Invited.
n v nr.v. notion r v. v. picncn, . p.
l'lmii Antiioi "s Xoloi III "llio Similiv School
Letsoii lllu-tiitor," PiibllIieil In r 11.
I!ctl A. Co, Cliklgo, III.
Joshua's Kilting; AiU Ice Josh,, .l :-H-23.
(lOl.DDN THXT ILU'STItATIJD.
"Choose von this iltij whom e will
sei e "-Josh , xxlv.l."
We lleiisuie tho hist wolds sjpolicn bv
om low (I ones. How solemn must have
hem tho occasion of Joshua's laiewell
addiess, whin all isiael weie gatluud
bcfoie him Anil lie nWiweo. thilr his
toi., and biousht to their lomembi.tneo
the manifold nieicics of OoU.
Om lesson todnv lontalns the fniewell
nddiess of a gieat man of God. a si nnd
leaili r ol lsiael's hosts. In his closing
wotds to hi deal rhllditii In the Loiil,
.loshu.i las 1,1 eat emphasis upon the
i holio v.lilth nil must take between good
ami i II between the mam gods of
Kin pi and tho one tine tioil of Israel.
liltheilo In theh wnaderlngs ihtv had
been guided bv a Mble coiamandei ; now
they must follow the guiding, of their
own minds. Joshua lontrasts the weaK-iii-s-ps
ot Idols with the mnjcstv and
might ot Jeho.ah Ood netween the two.
thev must choose. To follow the gods
ol Kg.pt they would meet with sonow.s,
allhetions and death. To tollow Jehovah
meant the walking hi paths of peace
Isiael was humiliated because of the
sins of the ptople, but as the lemem
beied God and believed tho words spok
en bv, their gieat leadei, they lepented of
then sin-, i oi soak theh Idolntious woi
shlp and leniwid theli covenant with
Jehovah "Behold, T sot hi fore nu a
blessing .mil ,L eiuse." Choose! "t pot
betoic ou lite and death." Choose!
Theio is no middle gioiind. We cannot
choose to (booi our wav, but vo must
The eciit ol tbe lesson for our cla-sts
todnv is tho i hoico which each scholar
must nnke In life. Ass Joshua called to
the people to make a complete, piompt
On Monday evening- at the Methodist
church, Unwind Plate, Uev. 'I'. J.
Askew will lectuio on the Young Pen--jlc's.
Congics.s held lecentl.v ,u Atlantic
Tho nilnlsteis' imetlng ol the Pap
ciot ministerial conteunce will be held
n the Penn Avenue liapilst iluuch,
Monday morning- at 10.30. A paper will
oe rend by the Uev. Jfeniy Potter:
topic, "The Attitude o tho Puachlng
o Model n Biblical Ciitlelsm."
Uev. T. J, Askew, of Belief ontc, Pa
fioaiiently. That BcnciatloHi born In
I'gvpt, were subject to tho powoiftll In
Iluences of the lollglotis foimH of that
toitntiy, under their fnthciB fell (12x. xxx,
S), to which they might letuin. In thcao
last hoiiiH of life, knowhiit what had no
rm icd, Joshua sought io gunid against
any such danger. He would mnko Jo
liovah tho umlvaled city befoio whom
tho tilbcs should bow, to whom they
Hhoitld pay allegiance,
(.'MOICi:. Itcllgtotui soivlic must bo
voluntiny. Any other Is but shott lived
mockeiy (Mult, .v 8). Joshua did not
wish Israel to entri Into an engagement
meioly to pleiioo him, JInd they done so
they might be canity dimmed by sonic
other leader Into a novv way, Me would
hnvo the subloct eaiefullv consldeicil and
settled cm Its mollis (John, vll, !M). "If
It seem evil to you to seivo the Loul,"
he said, tho boldness of tho h.v pothc.skt or
doubt being calculated (o still tin his
hearcis mid awaken hoi Ions lelloctloaa.
in such an event he suggested that tlioy
might lntmii to the god of their uncos
tois. or that they might adopt tho cods
of the land hi which thev had come to
live. He did not mention the gods of
1gpt, assuming doubtless that the his
loiy of the golden calf (Kv. WNll, HO,
hntl put that subject hovond tonsldet.i
tlon. llo may hnvo dwelt upon the fen
lines of tho two s.v stems of lollgldn. Ho
closed by letting the people know, that
whatever their decision might be, he and
his house foi which he picsumed to
speak (Oen will, l!i), weie delei mined to
seivo tho I. old.
ANSWHlt. How long oi In what way
tho pcoplo dcllheiated we do not know.
They may hnvo called assemblies of fain
lllus and tiibes, Tbev mav hnvo consld
ci ed that ns Abinham loft his coimtiy
and people at Hie call of Ood (Clou. .Nil,
I), ho also left tho gods of his nncestois,
and that to lotmii to those gods would
ho to lejiet Abiali.tm. Thev may hive
lemembcied the commands ot Moses foi-hlddlng-
them to seivo the gods of the
land (i:. will, LM). which bv Ills older
weie doomed to ilestiuctlon. Thev could
Hot cast aside the emnplc and piecept
of their piogcnltor and law -given, oi tiiin
thn whole eouise ot hbtoi mid unounte
their national plate and deslln.v. Tbev
mav have contemplated the manner of
their dellvc lance, the sgim nnd woudeis
w i ought out tor them, their piesei vatlou
in the wilderness, tilth entiy Into this
good land. Hy what method they pmsiied
theh lellei lions they leached a conclu
sion that Indicates those points weie In
mind Their nnswet was ospllelt and em
phatic. "We will seive tho Loul, lot lie
is om Clod "
WIJAKNKSS One might suppose that
this answet would be entirely satlslac-
toiy lo Josbun. in its lettei, and ven r.
Its splilt. It was tho very thing- he had
.ien.ue-.tcd But a great chieftain who has
passed moie than live stole veais. most
ol the time in public lite, knows how to
weigh men. It is vastly easier to piomlse
than to fultlll (Psnlm Kwi, 11). "Ye can
not seive the Loul," hn s.dd. lie knew
how we.ik they weie, how easily tinned
away fiom tho light, loi ho had watched
their com so loi more than half a cen
tal y. Be gave as an additional leason
tor his i em ilk, the fact th.it Ood was
holv (Horn, xli, 1). And he doclaied that
it alter pioichig, tlioy tm nod avv.iy, God
would destiov them. Did Joshua intend
to dlscouiAge the people' Would he
make that appear impossible which be
loie ho had uigcd as dosiinble.' No, Hu
intended lo make them tool the Impor
tance, the dlflletilty, and tho magnitude
ot their undoi taking (Luko iv, JT-'JS). Jlo
was dealing with pietiou.s inteiests In
volving after genoiAllons, and ho delti
mincd lo make tlimoiigh woik ot it.
RBSOLVD The people .idhcied to thcii
piomise, "Wc will seivo tho Loid," was
theh simple And unanimous leplv. Ovci
.isninst his "ve cannot," the wiote "we
will." It is piob.ible that the wolds used
to oxpuss difficulty onlv Intensified the
deteimination. And it may bo that the
thoughts ot the Divine holiness inci eased
ill them the honest deshe, tor the tine
heait in its calmer bonis is attiaclcd
most bv an caltcd st.ind.it d The ic
llgion wins nt the tilbunal ot human juilo
inout which is lottlest and most exalt
ing in it lues. Ceilain it is that the pio,
pict ot lodgment tor tl.o vavwaidnes',
b( causu ot mcmoiles of tor foimcr scenes
(Numl) xi, fi) opeiated most poweilull
upon Hiolr minds, u is n gieat day in the
lift of a man when he conns to lcsutvc
lor the light. The Isi lelitcs might have
added "bv the help ot God." but tho
knew not as we do, the wondeilul mess
age of si ace. Tlioy had summoned iheii
stiength, howevoi, and God would not fail
to ghe them needed help (U Cm. i, S)
Joshua's Inst woik Is nccomptlshctl, Ho
will piojoct himself Into the fultiic. Tho
men wlio piomlsed will keep (ho cove
mint (Judges II, 7), Tho wisdom ot their
tholen shall appear In tho piospcrotiH
dns of half a tentiny following. Oh,
how tho w oi lit Is Indobled to Us good
men I Tlioy stand out llko mountain peaks
along the cental les. They oulllvo their
times and bless those who come niter
them (Hev. xlv, 11).
SERVICES IN THE
Dim Pnik chuich Dr, C. MftQiniu, pas
tor. Iiaer nnd pinlso meeting at !)..".0 a.
m. Pnstor will pleach nt 10.10: Sunday
school nt 2 p. m.i Junior league at :i",il p.
m.: Senior league at 0::o p. m. At T.'io
tho pastor will piench on "Have Polth In
(Joint Stieet Methodist Bplscopal
rhuioh O, C. Lvman, pastor. Class, !i 13
n. m., O. D, DeWItt, I ead oi : pieiuhhig,
lO.-oj Sunday school, II. II, a. H. Chuk,
su)eilntendeut: Kpwoith league, li ",0 p.
m : evangelistic set vices, 7.W) p. in., and
each evening during thn week, conducted
bv Row C. T. A'an Ooider and wife.
Seats free: evciybody welcome. Conio
and help and lccelvo held.
St. Paul's Methodist Bplsoopal dun eh
I'. 1'. Doty, pustor. Ren lees: Krolhei
hood meeting at 10 it. m.i morning woi
shlp, lOoi) n. m.i Sundtiv school, li.n a,
m,i Junior league, ,1 in p. m.j lipworth
league meeting, O.'rt p. in.; evening dl
coinse, "."n p m. Servlcis ate in base
ment of the eluirdi, All welcome.
Ah Stieet Methodist Bplscopnl chin eh
Itc. J. Tt. Austin, pastor. Morning
Pleaching- servlio at 10 50, subiect "At
Tils Poet, or the One Thing Needful,"
Class meeting nt 11.10 n. in.. Charles
Cioop, leader: Sunday school at '2 p. m.,
L. W. Stone, siipcilntendenl; Kpwotth
league nt 0-13 p. in, Miss Maiv McDoil
gnll, leadei ; evening pienchlng at T."o,
subject "Ciooked People." Sei vices In
the Nay Aug Methodist Episcopal chinch
at 3 p. m. A coidlal welcome.
Providence Methodist Episcopal chuich
Rev. Geoigo A. Clue, pastor. The
Biotbeihood of St. Pant meets for praver
at 10 a, m.: preaching at 10 u0; Sunday
school at 2 p. m.: Kpwoith league at
h !", topic "God's Covenant and Outs,"
Bdwaid T. Sindeis, leadei. Pleaching
nt ".HO, subject. "The Onlv Gift That
Asbmv Mithodist Kplseop.il ehuicb,
eoinei DoI.iw.no stieet And Mousey a e
niio Rev. Clniles A. neniimln, pastoi
III othei hood nt f".o Pi cubing by tbe
p.istoi nt 10 10: subject. "Modem Rovl
v.ils." Simdav stlmol at "10; League at
(i "JO. Pieat blng at 7 .50: subject, "Remov
ing the Stone" Stats fite nnd nil aio
Afrit an Mcthodl-t Bpiseopil t lunch,
Hownid place In the absence of tho pas
tor. Rev. D. S Benllev, Rev. T. J. As
kew will occupy the pulpit. I'i caching
at 10 ',0 a m.: Sunday s, hool, Sn p. m :
pleaching, 7 1". p m. A coidlal welcome
Are the dread of those whose lungs are
" weak." s. Some fortunate people can
follow the bummer as it goea southward,
and escape the cold blasts of winter and
the chill airs of spring. Hut for the
majority of people this is impossible.
ramiiy cares uua
tioiib hold them
ore made siouif
by the use of Dr.
ery, It cures the
heals the in
StODS tlie hem.
orrhnge, and re
stores the lost
flesh to the ema
"I u a railroad
agent." writes I, II,
(staples, I.sq , ul
'Barclay, Ouifc Co ,
ah us , "dim lour
ears ago my work
keeping inc in a
warm room nrnl
stepping out fre
rl,,.ii1ir It.ln 1 1.
itd jir gave me bronchitis, wliicli become
diromi! and deep tejtetl Doctois failed to
feacli ray case and advited me to tiy a higher
air, but. fortunately for me. a frieud alsoadUned
pie to try Dr, Pierce's medicine. I commenced
the time I had Inken the lirnt bottle I was bet
ter, and after taking about four bottles my
cough was entirely gone. I have found uo ne
cessity for i.eeUu auother climate."
Sometimes a dealer, tempted hy the
little more profit paid on the sale of Jess
meritorious medicines, will offer the
customer a substitute as being "just as
good " as the " Discov ery,"
You get the People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, the best medical woik
ever published, free by sending stamps,
to pay expense of mailing onlv. Send
li one-cent stamps, for book "in paper
covers, or 31 aamps for cloth-bound ,ol
uroe, to Dr. R, V. Tierce, Buffalo, N, Y.
unci decishe stand for God and the lor-
s.iklntf ot all that wa coutiaiy 10 the
w 01 ship of .fehoviih, so should we 111 so
upon our scholia and U lends to "choose
this dnv whom ve villi seive."
SunKestions: In devtloplns the lesson
diaw a littei "V," and let it lepiesent
a human life. The stem of the letter
mav Indicate tho peilod ol childhood,
whin lnuoceucv knows unthltifr of "con
scious Kiillt." nut nolo tho time vvheu
the pnthwnjs of iiiu dlverne the bioad
win" leads to the stona-tossed vaves
and the wieeks of lite. Tbe "11,11 low
vva.v" lends lo the pc.icelul sea and tho
haven of life. Rptwceu the urms of tho
lettei '"" willa the woitl "Choose ''
Which wav ate ou taking, dear
fi lends; 1 beseech vott In tho name of
Jesus, tho world's Saviour and Redeem
er, to choose ve this day the nauow
way which leads to Chil.t and the heav
Sei anion, Pa,
LESSON FOR NOV. 9
JOSHUA'S PARTING ADVICE.
Josh, xxiv, 14-25.
Si ci elm y of Ameilo.ui Soiletj ot Re
INTHOUri'l'IOX-Tlui citl(.s of lefiujo
havliiK been appolntid, loi t, -eight cities
weie Klven to tho l,uvlte.s (Josh n), Tho
two and a. hall tiibes woio then tllsnilsseil
to letuin to their bonus on tho east of
.loi dan, On Hie way they built an iiltur
of le.sllmou) which vvns misimdeistood
bv tho olhei Ulbe.s as an act ot lebclllou
(Josh n), Atiir soveial ycai.s of mmt
iiilc'tniss, the lutlimlt of old iiko and tho
piosput of Hpaedy death led Josliun to
assemble tho people for (Inn I histiuellou
(Josh vslll, D. Tliu p.irtliiK wmdM of
Bicat men uro alwnH piUed (Dout. jwxxlll,
li Hut at thlt, time Joshua's, advlco would
bo especially esteemed, Tor neuily thlity
l.iih ho bad been a Hiieeess-ful niHIt.uy
leaner, u wlso civil unci, ami u pinna
sphltual euldo. Ills woik hid been but
little less impoitant than Hint of Moses,
Tho latter had delivered Horn bondago
and lecclved the law and tho oidlaauces,
but Joshua had conducted Israel Into tho
laud of piomlso and established tlioui
llioro a united mid piospcious nation To
his couia&o and faith wme laiuely duo
the blcsslntr then enjoyed
SURVICII-Atler uhUIiis tho dlvhiu
goodness to tho pooplo (Josh Mv. tU),
Joshua enjoins In tho ihst vciso of our
hwon (veiso li) tho lenr ami boivlco of
Ood. So Moses pleaded at his dopatturo
(Deut. , l.'i. He would havo that sei
vice icndeud In slnceilty (Dph. 1,2-1) nnd
ti nt It, as alone aiceptablo (JomIi, iv, 1),
In older to do Unit ho uigcd that eveiy
othur Ood be i enounced. This funda
mental diiectlon had been Klven ninny
limes (Dent. , i). It coveted tho inoat
Milueinblo point In tho nation's chaiader,
'J he I-swielltis woio descended fiom Idol-
utois In Mesopotamia (Josh, will, i). and
liihcillvd tendencies allowed thqmselves
WITNESS This second piomis" was
accepted by Joshua nt its full value.
Theio was no ood le.isun loi fuitbei
testing-, "Ye aie witnessea .iKnlnst jom
selvcs," he cscialmeiT, "that e hnvo cho
sen the Loid." Duih tiibo was mado to
attest what each tilbo had done, each
family for each other l.tmlly. The
siooti lOKOinei that day os paitneiH
in a most solemn ngioemenl. It hi
niter eais any biobo awav fiom
it all the otheis would know tint
vows and obligations had bun vio
lated, that n ninttci oi supicmc and
common Inteiest, pieseuted in ihe most
senichinir manner In the piesenie of 0110
whom all loved, had been uppioved only
to be ubnndoned. Men nojd such inllu
oneo to stieilBtben their icsolve, Joshua
took ndviintngo of tho iccoKiilzed law Unit
liidlvliluuls aie Htiougei in companion,
and that tbev would pledge tlulr woids
to laeh other aie mote likely to bo tuio
(I'salm xv, 1). Tho people did not disap
point him. Thev leplled, "Wo uie wit
nesses," leady to attest loi ever tho vow
RUrOHSr, Joshua s woik was not done
et. lie kpew moie than tho peoplo sup
posed. As they stood beloio him. pionns.
lug and piomlsing uriiIii, and neallng their
woids with a. united witness that tlioy
inight not bo bioken (Piov. ., IS), they
piobablv thought that all was well, that
tho nation was In poifcct accoid with
God's, piomise, Alas, how a low Indi
viduals may militate against tho wol
hue of a company (Del. ix, 1S). At that
moment theio was hidden nway among
appaiel of hoinuliold fmnitiuo stiniigo
gods, even as Rachel concmled tho im-
tigcs (Oen. xnI, Si), "Rut away Uioeo
stiango gods," said Joshua. Destioy
them, cast them out of your families It
was a, genuine lefoun that ho sought, a
invlval of i elision. Tor he mlded. "In
cllno your heait unto tho l.md Ood of
Isiael Ho was uifilng that which ho
began, the enllio devotion of tho pcoplo
to won, um iney 'respond ; veo all tho
Idols destioyed? As now tho oariK.st ap
peals of faithful pastoi s tall to win all
their congu gallons, so Uimi doubtless
s-omo continued In their sins (I Sam vll,
.!), whllo tho many woio faithful.
f'QNClA'SlON'.-Tho last act may now
bo peiioimcd on this Intel esllng occasion,
'llio scituo was called, nnd a solemn com
pact, or statute, wns.diuwu, tho ngico-
nient botweoii tho nation nnd their God, a
covenant of sei vice and bbsslng Tho
wokIh worn wiitlen In the book of tho law
of God and laid up In tho sldo ot tho ml;,
lull listed to tho keeping of tho pilests, to
bo handed down to other genet, itlons,
And n great stone was pot up under an
oak (verso 'Jii) near tho sanctuary a mon
ument announcing the gieat tianE.ictlon.
Avenue Raptist chinch, l'tini
between Spiuee and Linden
Strangeis always welcome.
Pi ei oiling-, morning- at 10 It), and evening
at 7o0, bv the pastor, Rev. Robert F. Y.
Plcioe, I) D. Morning piaeis in the
lower temple all t" Theme of tho morn
ing seimon, "The Measmes of Life."
Simdav school, at the Penn avenue
chinch at 2 o'clock, and at the Amei
mnu mission on Piescott avenue, at "JO
l in. Young People's Sooletv ot Cluls
tlan Dndeavoi at i! !0 At the evening:
"Blight Horn" seiviee the pastor will
give :m object seimon on "(.'lminitci
Sketches, oi I.lie Tine and False " The
s.ty-mlnute seiviee of nmoii and song
will be followed bv an evangelistic meet
ing Pli-t Baptist eliuieh. South Main ave
nueAt 10 0 a m, Bible dav ceiclses.
entitled '"J ho I. ail and the l.oives,"
lonsistlns: ot songs, it citations ,md cho
luses. will bo given In tbe Sundav school.
The muslo will be under tho diiectlon of
Mis Randolph Jones. Theio will be no
session of tli" Simdav Khool at ! p m
At i. to p m , B Y. P. r. meeting: 7 ,i)
p. m , special music; solo bv Ml is Via
Jones nnd scumm bv Rev. William
Davies. oi tho Belli no fnhinlstlo Meth
odist chuich. Pi.tvu meeting. Wftlnes
d ly nv oiling- at 7.1") o'cloe k. All ale wil
oemies Seats lue.
.l.ii Uson Stieet Baptist i lunch Rev
Thomas de Giuchv, pistnr. Moinlng
men's pi icr meeting a I !' 1" 111 other
William Piotheioe, leatbi. St i inou at
10 Vi, lollowed hy the I.oids supper Sun
tlay school nt -' p m , John T.lovd, supei
inlendent. nvonhu; sitvlco nt 7 sbup
Pi.iise' nnd som, s,-tpn lollowed bv a
Hhoil addt ess. Tnpli . "A Basket of Suni
mei Pi ult, oi Xatiounl Dot ay." This sei
viee Is for the people. Is blight and full
of song, sphltual and educational. You
mo Invited to nttend. Seats ,ne all inc.
(iieeu Rldgo Baptist chuich lfeniy S.
Pottoi, p-istor. Preaching- at both ser
vices bv the pastoi. At the evening ser
vice, the piiHtor will continue bis smiles
lo the vouiig. The subject will be
"Money." The Sunday school will meet
nt 11, Fi ii, in. All Invited.
Noith Main Aveuuo Baptist chinch
Albeit Hatcher Smith, M, O, pastor
in in, "Chi 1st Bolore Pilate," the seiond
In n seiies of -cimoiis on Chi 1st in Mo
ments of CiisK 7, .0 p. m., an Illumina
tion ot tbe Book ot Bceleshistcs, the Hist
of n seiies. This study will embiace the
method, Inspitatlon, iiuthoi, mes(jigo nnd
hplui'o ol ihe Book. Sabbath school. '2
p. m.; Cbilsthiu Kndeavor, 0 M. Special
niusle nt the evening senice. Stiungeis
am abundantly welcome to all of these
Menioilnl Baptist chinch Tho pastor,
Rev, W. F, Davies, will tonioiiovv even
ing pi each In Dnglish the last seimon of
tho seiies ho has been giving of lato to
his people, on Xoliomtnh and his llio
woik, All ore welcome.
Flist Welsh Baptist i lunch, West Mni
kot street Special sei vices will be held
at tho nbnvo plaoo of wotship, toinouow,
nt tho imi.iI bonis, 10 u, in, nnd t! p. m.,
conducted by .Mr. and Mis, F. R, Wells,
evangelists. Rev J. V. Davies, the pas
tor, will bo pieseut nnd will tuko p.nt.
Mis. Wells, who Is a lady of extuintdln
aiy nunlillcntlnns as an ov angelical pub
lic speaker, will dellvcr'nn address nt
each set vice which will bo milled on
In tho Dngllsh language. All mav come.
Seats flee. Come eaily,
Shlloh Baptist chuich, coiner Mulbeuv
stieet and Adams avenue Rev. J, B,
Huddle, pastor. Pleaching at 11 a. m ,
lulsslonaiy subject, "Who Will Go',"
Sunday school, U10 p, m R, S, Tlmboi
hlke, hupeilntendent; prenvhliiK at S p,
m subject "Faith's Ti lulu Heaven's
Joy" All aio Invited.
Seen These Shoes
In Our Corner Window
These two lines of Men's Shoes are
special in every sense of the word
special in leather quality, special in
style, and above all, very special in
price. We didn't get them by chance,"
either. We watched the leather that
went into them. We knew the work
of the shoemakers who made them and
they passed our critical examination
when we received them. So you see
we are well backed up in putting our
stamp of approval on them. I hey
have the style you expect in a shoe
costing a much higher price. Most
of them have the double sole, with
uppers of Enamel Box, Box Calf or Yici Kid.
Our Corner m 5 B 1
Show Window t UllU 1sieV
evenlm? sei vice at ii o-'clock. Rev. Uel
w.ud Howell will oceupv tin' pulpit. The
seats aio ftee nnd all welcome
Piovnlence Pie-byteilau church The
pastor, Rev. Dr. Guild, will occupy the
pulpit at 10 Jii a. m. nnd 7. !U p m. The
ohuilnsjs foi tho d i.v will be lor Homo
Missions. Sunday school at noun. The
Code ivor scisico at li urt o'clock. Juven
ilis theme of discouisp, "Timothy, Paul s
Son in the r.ilth," the thlid eit a snips
en" sei moil's on alheel topics. The public
Invited. Tho seats of tbe chuich aio liee.
C'.ipnusp e b ipi'l (Piesbv teii.in) 1'ie.ich
Ins. l'J.'C ami T.oO bv lilt' pastoi. Rev. I,
R, I'Vui. Sunday si huol, ' p in., .Ii.
C. H, I p in.; St C 11, li!0 p m
Puivci meeting, 7 .', Thuisd.iv cveulnt,.
Adams Avenue i h.ipcl, New Yotk stieet
Re v. Jnines Hughes will pionih at 10 TO
a. m , Sunday school at '! p. m , C. D
sot It tv at t! 0 p. m. Colonel Boies, Ml.
I.el'Ine and Jlr. Killeiinnn will spoak nt
the evenins service, wblih will eom
menco at 7 CO o'clock. Theio will ho a
pi.ivt'i mciUhiiT Im ineiiin the moinhiR
at !H" o'eloek. Mr. l.itin will comluit
It. You uie Invited to nttend Ihesp st.
St Luke's Pailsh Rev. Uuoi.s Nnol,
D. D, lcctoi; Rev. Bdwaid J. llauglitiiu,
.senioi cuiate; Rev. Robot I U. Roe, Junior
citiato. Tvvent.v-loui tb Sunday aftci Ti hi
"Who Is Man's Best Alb"; Sunday
school at 11.30 a. m. Catechetical e lass,
Saturdnv at J V. chou, Siturd.ij- tncn
IliK at S o'clock; Ladles' Guild, "VVecl
nesd.iv at J Jo p m., In tho church Mon
day nlRlil, at S p m, the Roloimation
li'sth.il will he celobi.tltd. at which time
tbe Rev. A. I, lljiner Ph. D, will speak
on "Tin Rt foi m.itlon," and tho Rev. D.
r. Rittn, A. M., on "Luthci"; tiom
bone solo bv Albeit Keisliim-. Some vo
cal selections will be icndried, also a
licit ition bv Miss Ann i J! n tell A
t nulla! Invitation tt all.
-7 In a. m , holv cotn
moi nlnir piaei and
evening pinvei nuel
Sundav se'hool nuel
St. Luke's i bin eh
inunlon; 10 JO a. m
seimon; 7.W p. m.,
seimon; ! 15 a. m
St. Mink's, Dtmmoio 7"n a m , holy
inmmuulon; 10.M u. m , moiuhiK piaor
and sei moil unit holy communion; 7 Ji p.
in., evening piajei and seimon; f'.O a. m.,
Sunday Mhool and lllblo classes.
Bast Hud .WNMnu, Piescott aveuuo.' )i
m., Sunday school and Bible i lasso-; 7. 10
p m., menlnt,' pi.i.M'i ami Million,
South Side Missleiu, rip; stieet-: "0 p.
m , Sunday .school uud Blblo t lasst s,
St, Geoifio's, Oljidianl-'J 'o p. in.. Sun
dav school and Blblo classes; .1 !u p. m .
I'Venluer lnajer mid seimon.
St, James, Nicholson 10 JO n in, nioiu
Inu piar anil i-eimon; 9"n a m , Sunday
(Juice chmeh, WjomlllK uveiiue, bo
low Mulbeuv street Pi 115 ei anil piulw
heivlco at l'!0 a, in,; divine woiMiIp ul
1(i;.0 a, m. ami 7 30 p. m. Ml. V. Y
Adntr will pi each at both i-eivlcoi Sub
1ecl: Moinhur, "The Bioki'iihciuted,"
Luke, IvslS; evenlmr. "Tho Binni Sci
pent," John, 111:11 Simdav school ,,t
in : Yoiuii? I'eoplo'.s Society of Cluistian
Hndeavor, it I 0,1.0 p, in,, pinvei meetlim,
Vednesllay ovonlnp; ut 7,Ij o'clock-, Se.itb
litt, eveiybotlv welcome
RvanRclloul Luthoian Twcnty-foutth
Sunday after Tilult), Gospel, Matt,
l!lS-3, Hplstle, Col I.U-H
St. Malk'-, AYtihhhiiin t-ticct Rev, A.
L, Ramei, Ph, D.. pastor. Set vices;
10 HO a, m. 7.'0 p m; I.uthet leaRue,
(i."0 p m.i Sundny -chool, 1-' in. Rnv, C
1J. Blltheu, of Gouldsboio, will ccchuwro
pulldts with tho pastor.
(Tiilht chuich, Cedar avenue and Blieh
uttm.i rint Tiit.tr,- Will?., n.istnt Stol
PhBt Piesbylerlan i'huich-Di. McLeod Keos: 10.30 a in.; Sunday t-ohool, i p m.
We Convince Sea plies-
Colds, Catanh mid Catauhal Head
nche Relieved in 10 Minute's nnd
cured by Dr. Agnew's Catauhal
Hcio'b one of u thousand biiih tesllmon
les, Roy. A D Iluckloy, of Dulfnlo, sava
"I wImIi nil to know what a bli's.sliiK Di
Aguovv'ti'Cataiilial Powder l.s in a caoo
ot Cutauh, I w is doubled with ibla ills
caso for eaiM, but tho Hint tlmo 1 used
this Kiuedy It ruvo most delightful io.
lief. 1 now legend niibclf cntliely cuied.
Dr. Agnew's Pills are delightful,
40 doses 10 cents. IS
Sold by YVm. G. ClaiK ami II. U. San
will pieueh nioiuhii? mil ovenlmr. Sei
vices, 10 ui) ii, m, und 7..W p. m, Mid-week
f.enleo Wednesday evoulliff, 7 l" o'eloek,
In tho now Y, M. t,', A. huildhiif. Bu
tt unco on M'nshliiKton avenue.
Second Pieabyteilan chuich MoiiiIiiht
vvomhlp, 10.M a. m.i Sunday school, u
m ; Y, P. s, c. n cro p. m.i evenhm
vvoihhlp, 7,00 p. m, subji'ct ".Methodn ol
Jlcabiuhifi'. ' Rev. J, If. Odell will preach
lit both hCl'VlCCF,
lliccii Rldgo PlObbjIPlluu (hill ch Rev.
I. J, Ijanslng-, pastor: Rev, L R. Hosier,
assistant, Sermon by the patdoi, 10 u0 u
m ; lllblo school, U m ; Cluistian Rn
deavor, f U0 p, m,; evening woi.dilp with
boinion bv tho luif'tor, 7 "' p m. subject
"God's Phbt Woiel." All coullally In
vited, ViiAhlmin Stiiet Pitvsbjtiilau chuich
Roy. John P. Moirat, D, D, pastoi Sei
vices nt 10 JO a m nnd 7."0 . m Rlbltj
(chool at IS in i Cluistian Hmleavoi juul
oia at 330 p m. Chilatlnu Hnde.ivor
oiinir peoplo at t p in PiUM-r meet
lug, Wednesday, IM p. m, Tho pastor
will pieaeh moinlner und evening. Tho
moi nlug seimon will be based upon John,
II, "Ho 111 st llndeth hl.s own hi other,
Simon." Peisonnl Inteiest and woik All
Sumner Avenue Presbyttiluu chuuh,
eoiiiPl Sumner avonuo and lilco stieet
Seniles: Sabbath bihool ut 2 p. m;
St Petei'.i, Pieseeitt avenue Rev. John
R.tiitlnlph, pastor, Services; io:) a m;
Sunday school, .' p m, 'Wediie-day e veil
ing senliu nt 713. Catechetical class,
Weelnesday and Saluidnv at 7 p. in
Rinniaiiuel (Geiman-Pollsli) Lutbeirfii
chuich. Reeso slrfot Rev. Peidlnand
S.itelm.ilcr, pastoi,, Services In tho Pol
ish language, 10 SO nV" in. Sundny school
i v m,
P.v angelical Lutheinii e lunch of tin
Holy Tilulty, cot nor Adams avenuo and
Mulbetiy street-Rev. V. P. Rlttei A
M . paator. Suvlces: 1010 a, m. and 7 30
p. m Morning bubject, "n.tldng the
Rulei's Daughter" A special Homo Mis.
sloii eervicu will bo held In tho evening
by tho Sunday school. Sunday school, u
m.: Luther league, ii.13 p. m,
Giace Hvaneelical Lutheran chinch
(General Synod), corner of Mulbetiy
stieet and Piescott avenue Rov, Luther
Hiss, Wining, pastoi: 9.?0 a. in., Sunday
school, 10.30 it ni', tho Sundny si hool
will lender tho annual Home Mission
Luther Day eivleo (seo progiammo else
where) J 7 p. m, Y. P, S. C. V.., 7.30 p.
m.. evening worship, with seimon by the
pastor, Hverjbody welcome.
St. Paul's Hvangelical Lutheran
chinch, Shoit nvonuo Rov, II. A Kun
Mo, pastor. Moinlng bonlco at I0.ro,
subjeet, "Clulst's Povver to Calm
Sloans"; evening sen lee at 7.50, subject,
All Souls' Vnlvei-nllst eliuuh, Pine
st i ocl, between Adains anil .Icffei-on
avenues Rev. Thomas B Payne, pastor.
Divine sen k p. with seimon, at 0"0 a.
in, subiect "Jo-us and the Penitent
Thief on llio Cioss " Sundav st hool at
1J in. Seats fiee: sliangei- eoiillnllj
vveleomed. Hvenlng service at Gueiii:Cj
Calvau Roloimrd chuuh, Momoo ave
nue uud Gibson Htieet Rev -VI L Phor,
pastoi. Spiv ices ut lu 10 a. m and 7 '0 p
m. Sundav school, 11 u u. m. So its UP"
Go-pel Tulieinuelo chinch, Jcllcison
avenue, Duumoie James Lelshmiin, pas
tor. Pienchlng', 10 10 a. m. und 7.1,0 p m
Blblo school, U in.: Yomirf l't oplo's
nieetliiR, iiSO p. m. In the evening tin
pistol will )ii noli on "iJlnlst, the Sin
nets' Substitute" Study of the Sunday
si hool lesson, Satuid.iv evening at Ul."
M.ulson avenue, Duumoie. S n't lot k.
Chilsliau ami Mission uy Alliance, Tue
duv, ".'.O and ","M p. in
Seventh D.w Adv enlists, Giiciu-ov hall,
."Pi Washington avenue On at count of
the absence of both t'ldoi MeVngh nnd
Hitler Slnotk, time will be no pieaehlng
Sunday evening. Tho Youiirf People's
soeh'ty will meet in the hall at 7 p in .
and following; It- legulur meeting Mi's
.li-'ssie M. AYelss will e online t a Bible
leading. All welcome Regular pieaeh
lng two weeks Mom Simd ly eiiilng.
Bellovue 'Welsh Ciilvlul-tle Methodist
i Inn oh Rv William Divns, nistoi.
Sei vices timing the wiek us tollow -Pia.ver
muting (Welsh- tomonow at io
a. in ; simiday school, J p in : Ihigllsh
st i moll, i' 11 m. Pinor meeting Monday
evening ut 7 ; Y. P S of c H, Tuos.
ikij evening at 7.:,0. Maud Joues leiuUi:
Mis William Davies' Bible t lass Wetlno-i-tliO
evening at 7,"0; elasa mooting Thuif
tla evening ut 7'M; nicetlng of llihlleul
und Llteiaiv soeletv Tiidav oveiilnb at
7, meellng of Junior St wing tluss S.itui
dav ntteiuoon ut ".
Piist Pilmtllve Methodist. Guon Rldj,o
Rov, (, Loos, pastoi, Siibleets Moin
lng, "Ho Kalleth Not", nvinlug. "A
Peaceable Wotnaii." Sunday siliool at
J :i0 p. m All me invited
Zlou Pulled Hvungillcil chinch 1IJ0
Ctpouso avenuo Roy, ,1. W, Messlngei,
pistor, Pieaehlng, !0."o a. m. and 7.0
P in., hy Rev Mummy, of Nuntleoho
Pa. SncianieiilH of tho Loul's (.lippei will
be admlnlsteieti at both set vices Sun
day school, O.W a. m.i Junior league, I
p in,; Keystone league, b JO p. in. AH
sevts nio Heo: even body welcome,
Pico Methodist cliuich-ltov. II W
Aimstiong vvill pioaeh In Finn ihaptl
Gieen Rltlge, Sundav, 10 20 a. m. All
Cluistian chuuh, Noith Main avenue
Puacliiiig by the pastor Rev. R W
('l)iuer at 11 a m. and 7"o p, in Sub
jeetv, "A New Ci'aliuo" and "Tho
T'ongvo " Sunday school 10 n. in . wiper.
Inteudent, II. V llabeook: Chtlstl.iu Hu
elf.ivor, il I", p m.i leadei Miss Mn Me
Culjoeh, AH uie welcome.
Oopcl Hall, mi Lackawanna avuiiii
Smidiiv school 1J" P in Pienchlng by
Mr. Alileh at 7u0 p. m. who villi also
conduct a class mi Monday at 7. 1" p m,
for tho sludy ot tho leim ami the book
of Romans, All aio welcome.
See the CutvMnn,
Hftcetlve und attiactivo half-toues
and line outs for caul, udvei Using or
any other puipose, can bet seemed nt
The Tribune ofllce. We do work that
Is (iinex tiled, do it promptly nnd at
lowest latcs. A lilul oider will con
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Old 'Phone, 23.?!.
New 'Phone, '2935.
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