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DR. GEORGE E. REED WILL PREACH 111
MORNING AT CUP CI9RTIH CHURCH
Uptown M. E. Congre
gation to Celebrate
versary During Day
FIREMEN TO BE
AT FOURTH ST.
May Music Festival Will Be Given at
Stevens Memorial Church by Com
bined Musical Organisations. and
Dr. Smueker Will Be in Pulpit
The Rev. Dr. George Edward Reed,
fairer president of Dickinson College,
aho since his resignation recently of
tho pastorate cf Grace Methodist
church. Wilmington, hss made his home
in this city, will preach to-morrow
morning at 10.30 o'clock at the Camp
Cnrtin Memorial Methodist -hurch on
the >crasion of its twenty-fifth anniver
Dr. Reed. who is 69 years of age.
announced a? the time of his leaving the
:!m;ngtoii church that he is looking
forward to r> busy life. r.s a preacher
whenever his sen ices are requested,
and as a lecturer. He had bought a
house ir this city three years ago.
when he resigned the presidency of
Diekinson College, since his intention
at that time into been not to accept
the regular pastorate of any church.
He served as rastor of the Wilmington
church for 11.re vears. however, oniv
recently tak:sg up his residence in Har
Curios From Siam to Be Shown
At the mid-week service on Wednes
dry ever, at Olivet Presbyterian
church the Rev W O. Yates will give
h:\ address on some of his experiences
while a missionary to Siam. telling of
the l:fe. custom* and habits of tho
people of that country. He will have
B number of pictures and eurios on ex-'
hibition. Evorrbo iy welcome.
Mils.' at the morning ser\ eat Mir
ke: Squ.ire Presbyterian . hu-th: Pre
lude, "Ir the Morning." Gr ••The
Seraphs' Strain. " Wolatenholme; s do.:
'"Hold Tht".: My Hand."' Briggs; offer
tory. •• Msirigaie." Rogers; postlude.
allegro from "Fourth Sonata." Men
At the evening service: Prelude.
"Twilight,'' Faulkes: "Andante Pas
torate." Richmond; solo. • • Lord. to
1! ee Kach N ;et and Pay." Handel.
Mis - M id.laugh: offertory. " Pastorale
Lemaigre;" postiude. "Grand '.'hor
At the Redeemer Lutheran church,
Nineteenth ar.d Kensington streets, the
fifth ::un;\ersarv of the pastorate of the
fiev. E. Victor Roland will be observed.
At the morning service the pastor will
preach a special sermon. His theme
will be "Three Essentials of the
To Gire Music Festival
To-m.-rrow night at 7.Jo'clock the
ecnibined mus:. al organizations of the
Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal
chirch will cive a May music festival
in the church. In connection with the
frvice. Dr. Clayton Albert Smueker
will give a brief address on "Popular
Forms of Idolatry To-Jay." Follow
ing is a list of the members of the
church choir and male chorus:
Soprano—Miss Flora Weil. M:«s
Irene Rohrer, Mrs. Harry G. Pedlow.
Mrs. Harvey A. Boyer.
Alto—Miss Helen Rohrer. Mrs. Wil
liam S. Meek. Mrs. H. Smith, Miss
Anna Keiter. Miss Norma Barker.
Tenor—G. Washington Sweigert.
William S. Meek. L. H. Smith. Warren
E. Van Dyke. A. C. Fulwider. Ross K.
Bergstresser. Charles M. Storey. Guy
Stickell. Ralph Wolfe. Edward A. Lath
am. Harvey A. Boyer.
Bass. .John C. Git". Willar! Tawney.
Walter S. Fishel, D. C. Gotwals. William I
J. Lingle. Howard H. Fraim. F. S.
Beaier, Carl Heefner. Edson B.
Robert Champion; musical director,
Mrs. Carl Heefner; organist. Miss Ruth
The following program will be pre
sented. Orean recital. beginning
promptlv at 7.25 p. m.; a> Cantilene'
Pastorale, Guilman: (b) Alagia in A,
Flat. Volckmar; O) Elevation. Saint
Baens: "Spring Awakening." chorus;
solo. "Guide Me O Thoj Great Je
hovah.*' Miss Fiora Weil: evening
prayer, chorus and congregation: an
them. "Abide With Me." Dunston; of
fertory. Im:romptu. Krzvzanowski; in
vocation, chorus and congregation; an-!
nouncements; male chorus: chorus and
congregation, "When the Night Is
O'er;" male chorus: sermon. "Popular
Forms of Idolatry To-day," by Dr.
Clayton Alhert Smueker; prayer; male
chorus: benediction: organ postlude,
"Triumphal March,'' Lemmens.
A? the Pine Street Presbyterian !
church to-morrow the Rev. DT. Lewis
Seymour Mudge will occupy the pulpit
at both services. The theme of the
morning sermon will be "The Lord's
Day, a Vision Dai - ." At the evening:
! service the subject of the sermon will
be "Soul-Sight, ami How to Obtain
It." The music at the morning service
will l>e: Anthem', "The Lord's Own
Holy Day, ' Shelley: anthem. "God Is
a Spirit." Bennett. The music of the
evening will be: Anthem. "Art Thou
Weary." Chad wick: contralto solo.
"Save Me O God," Wooler. At the
midweek service on Wednesday evening
tho topic for consideration will be
"The Hindered Life."
Citizen Fire Company to Attend
The evening service at the Fourth
Street Chruch of God will be attended
by the Citizen Fire Company, of which
the pastor, the Rev. Dr. William X.
1 Yates, is chaplain.
At the Derry Street I'nited Breth
ren church in the morning there will
He a memorial service for tho G. a. R.
and Spanish-American war veterans.
Music a: Messiah Lutheran Church
—Morning, prelude. "Prelude in E."
Whiting: offertory. "Bagatelle."
Smart: soprano solo. "A Prayer for
Faith." Bartiett. Miss Esther Si. Ken
dig; fosthide. "Con Moto in D." Toni
lyn. Evening. prelude. "Reverie."
Martin: male quartet, "Softly Now the
Light of Day." Schubert: offertory.
"Ave Maria." Duncan; anthem. "Lift
! the People Praise Thee." (Eli) t osta.
by request; postlude. •• Minuet from
The regular order of services in the
local churches to-morrow follows:
St. Paul's. Vine. Near Front—The
Rev. Robert W. Runyan, pastor. Pub
lic worship at 10.20 a. m. Pastor will
preach in the meriting on the subject.
"What Is Sin." and at high noon ad
dress the Y. M. C. A. at Rutherford.
Evening worship at 7.30 o'clock. The
anniversary of the Epworth League of
the church will be held. A line pro
gram is arrange! for Miss Carrie
Suavely will make the address of the
evening and the pastor will install the
officers for the coming year.
Fifth Street—The Rev. Edwin A.
Py.es. pastor. "Divine Permission
Without Divine Sanction" at 10.30
а. ni. "Do Our Sius Always Find l T s
Out" at 7.30 p. n:. Class meetings at
,9.30 a. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Ep
' worth League at 6.30 p. m.
Grace —The Rev. J. D. Fox. D. D.,
pastor, Class meeting at 9.30 a. m.
"The Glory and Triumph of a Great
Purpose" at 10.30 a. m. Sunday school
and Men's Bible class at 1.45 p. m.
Epworth League at 6.4 5 p. m. " Bid
.crs for Your Boy—Who Shail Have
Hiinf" at 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Stevens Memorial, Thirteenth and
Vernon Streets—The Rev. Dr. Clayton
Albert Smueker. pastor. Class meeting
at 9.30 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon at 10.30 o'clock. Subject, "When
God Laughs at Vs." Sunday school
at 2 p. m. Epworth League at 6.30 p.
m. Sunday evening closing service at
7.30 o'clock. May Music Festival. Brief
K' dress by Dr. Smueker on "Popular
Forms of Idolatry To-day."
Can •> Curt in Memorial. Sixth. Near
Camp Street —The Rev. A. S. Williams,
pastor. Anniversary Day. Class meet
ing at 9.30 a. m. Morning service at
10.30 o'clock. Sermon by the Rev.
Ueorge Edward Reed. D. D. Sunday
-chool at 2 p. m. Address by the Rev.
H. A. Hortsa.k. Epworth League at
б.30 p. in. Evening sermon at 7.30
o'clock by pa«tor. Reports of year's
. work. v
CHURCH OF GOD
Maclav Street —The Rev. F. I. M.
Thcmas. pastor. Morning service at 11
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Zealous
ness." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock.
Subject of sermon, '' Witnessing for
Christ." Sun-lay school at 9.45 a. m.
Junior and Senior Christian Endeavor
at 6.30 p. m.
Green Street —Preaching by the
pastor, the Rev. C.' H. Grove, at 10.45
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject,
"The Cost of Disobedience." Evening
subject, "Intimacy With Christ." Sun
j day school at 9.45 a. m. Junior En
deavor at 6.15 p. m. Senior Endeavor
• at 6.45 p. m.
Fourth Street —The Rev. William N.
Yates, pastor, will preach at 10.30 a.
m. on "The Summer's Test" ami at
7.30 p. m. on "Prepared for Danger."
Sunday school at 1.40 p. m. Junior
i Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior
and Intermediate Christian Endeavor at
' 6.30 p. m.
| Pleasant View —The Rev. George W.
Harper, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45
a. m. Preaching at 10.45 a. m. Sub
; ject, *' When and How Should We Bap
,tize." Baptizing at 2.30 p. m. Junior
' Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior
Christian Endeavor at 6.45 p. m.
(Preaching at 7.30 p. m. Subject, "The
Improving of Our Talents." Prayer
j meeting Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Progress—Sunday school at 9.30 a.
m. Women's meeting at 3 p. m. The
, Rev. W. N. Yates, D. D., speaker. Chris
tian Endeavor Society at 6 p. m Preach
ing at 7.30 p. m. by pastor, the Rev.
; George Seigler.
Penbrook, 2733 Camp Street —The
Rev. Jay C. Forncrook. pastor. Morning
service at 10.30 o'clock. Evening serv
ice at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at
9.30 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6.40
o. iil. Prayer meeting oa Weineidav
HARRISBITTffI STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1915.
evening at 7.4<i o'clock. Normal class,
on Thursdav eveniug at S o'clock.
Fourth. Market aud Sixteenth
Streets—The Rev. Homer Skyles Xfay-i
pastor. 10.45. "The Holv" Spirit— I
Teacher and Guide." 7.30. "With Mo
From the Beginning.'' Sunday school I
at 9.30. Heidelburg 0. E. at 6.30,
St. John's. Fourth and Maelav I
Streets—The Rev. G. W. Hartman, pas- I
tor. 11. "The Birthday of the Chris-!
tian Church." 7.30. "The Power of
the Holv Spirit." Sun da v school at '
9.45. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
Salem, Chestnut and Third Streets— I
The Rev. Pr. Kllis X. Kremer. pastor.
Divine services at 10.30 aud 7.30. Sun- j
day school at 1.30. The Rev. Or. V. W.
Pippell, of Franklin and Marshall Col- i
lege, will preach morning and evening.
Second. Broad and Green Streets— i
The Rev. Harry Nelson Bassler. pas- ;
tor. 11, Holy Communion and con-1
tirmation. 7.30, Holy Communion and
special sermon. Sunday school at '
9.45. Holy Communion and infant bap
tism at 3. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
St. Andrew's. Penbrook—The Rev. 1
W. R. Hartzell, pastor. Morning serv-1
ice at 10.30. Sunday school at 9.30.,
St. Matthew's. Enola—The Rev. W. j
R. Hart/.ell. pastor. Evening service
at 7.30. Sunday school at 9.45. C. E. j
First. Boas Street —The Rev. J. T.
Spangler. pastor. 10.30. "Fellow
ship." 7.30. "The Nearness of God."
Sunday school at 1.45. C. E. at 6.45.
Perry Street. Fifteenth an 1 Perry
Streets —The Rev. J. A. Lyter. D. D„
pastor. 10.30. memorial to G. A. R.
and Spanish-American war veterans. J
Evening service at 7.30. Sunday school
at 2. Y. P. S E. at 6.30.
State Street. Eighteenth and State
Streets—The Rev. E. A. li. Bossier, pas
tor. 10.45. "Results of the Spirit
filled Life." 7.30. "The First Com
mandment." Sunday school at 9.30.
Junior C. E. at 6. Y. P. S. C. E. at
6.30. Mi.l-woek prayer service Wed
nesday at 7.30.
Sixth Street. Sixth and Seneca
Streets —The JJev. P. Hummel Ba's
bgugh. pastor. Praise service at 9.4 5.
10 30. "Caleb's Confession." 7.30.
"The Forgotten Vow." Sunday school
at 1.45. Junior C". E. at 5.45. Senior
C. E. at 6.30. Saturday evening pray
er service at the Home for the Friend ;
less. Fifth and Muench streets.
Otterbein. Fourth and Rcily Streets
—Tho Rev. S. Edwin Rupo, pastor.
11. "The New Birth." 7.30. "The
Vision? of Youth." Sundav school at
10. C. E. at 6.30.
St. Augustine's. Thirteenth an 1 Herr
Street?— Archdeacon E. L Henderson,
rector. Morning prayer, litany and ser
mon at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at
12.30 p. m. Evening prayer and ser
mon at ".30 o'clock.
Mount Calvary. Camp Hill—The Rev.
O. H. 3ridgman. Evening service at
7.30 o'c!o-k. Sunday school at 9.15.
St. Ste. hen's —The Rev. Rollin Alger
Sawyer, rector. Holy Communion at 8
а. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Holy
Communion and sermon by the Rev.
Leroy V. Baker at 11 a. m. Evening
prayer ami address at 4.30 p. m.
St. Paul's. Emerald anil Second
Streets— ! Ho!v Communion at 6.30 and
S a. m. Merning prayer at 10.30
o'clock. Festal celebration and sermon
at 11 o'clock. Children's service aul
Holy Baptism at 3 o'clock. Choral
evensong and sermon at 7.30.
St. Andrew's. Nineteenth and Mar
ket streets, the Rev. James F. Bullitt,
rector. 'Morning prayer at 10 o'clock.
Holy Communion and sermon at 10.30.
Sundav school and Bible classes at 12
o'clock. Evening praver and sermon at
Market Street. Market and Fifteenth
Streets —The Rev. W. H. Dallman. pas
tor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock.
Subject of sermon, "Engraving Upon
Pure Gold." Evening service at 7.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Jesus and
Socialism." Sunday school at 11.30
o'clock. Young People's meeting at
Second. Cameron Street—The Rev.
Albert J. Greene, B. A., pastor. 'Morn
ing service at 10.30 o'clocK. Subject
of sermon, "Life Without Love."
Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sub
ject of sermon, "A Religious Bonfire."
Sunday school at 12 o'clock. B. Y.
P. U. at 6.„ J. Young People's meet
ing at 6.30. Midweek praise Wednes
day at 7.30.
First. Second and Pine Streets—The
Rev. W. S. Booth, pastor. Worship and
preaching at 10.30. Sunday school at
11.30 o clock. Christian Endeavor at
6.30. Worship and preaching at 7.30.
Tabernacle. Forster near Sixth
Street—The Rev. Calvin A. Hare, D.
D..,pastor. At 10.30 a. m., worship and
sermon by the pastor, subject, "God's
Business Basis for the Kingdom." At
7.30, worship and sermon by the pas
tor, subject, "A Momentous Question."
Bible school at 11.30. B. Y. P. U.
St. Paul's. State and Cameron
Streets —The Rev. Luther Cunningham,
pastor. Morning service at 10.30. Sub
ject of sermon. "How to Secure Real
Happiness." Evening service at 7.4 5
o'clock. Subject of sermon. "Conscious
Safety." Sunday school at 12.30 o'clock
B. Y. P. C. at 6.30. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Redeemer, Nineteenth and Kensing
ton Streets—The Rev. E. Victor Rol
and, pastor. Morning service at 10.30.
j Subject, "Three Essentials of the
| Church." Evening service at 7.30.
Subject, '' The Idolatrous Stained
Church." Sundav school at 9.50. Jr.
C. E. at 2; Sr. C. E. at 6.30.
Memorial, Fifteenth and Bhoop
Streets—The Rev. L. <X Manges, D. D.,
pastor. Morning service at 10.34. Sub
ject, ."Christ's Purpose Revealed In
His Promise." Evening service 7.30.
Subjeet, "Servant*! and Friends of
Jesus." Sunday school at 2. Men's
prayer meeting at 10 a. m. Junior
Luther I>eague at 5.30. Senior Luther
League at 6.30. Topic, "The Holy
Spirit As Fire." Aets 2:1-3. Leader.
Miss Mary TiUel. Singing by the male
Holv Communion, State and Seven
teenth Streets—The Rev. John Henry
Miller, pastor. Morning service at
10.4<5. Subject. "Pentecost." Evening
service at 7.30. Subject, "Talents."
Sunday school at 9.30. Lutber League
at 6.30. Subject. "The Holy Spirit a
Fire." Leader, J. M. Rushev. Prepara
tory service at 10.30 a. m. and 7.1-6
Lm. Preceding administration of the
Messiah. Sixth and Forster Streets
—The Rev. Henrv W. A. Hanson, pas
tor. Morning service at 10.30. Subject,
"Vital Counsel," Evening service at
7.30. Subject, " The Soldier's Prayer."
Calvary, South Thirteenth and
Reese Streets —The Rev. Edward H.
Paar. pastor. Morniug service at 11.
Subject. "The Holy Ghost Our Teach
er.' Evening service at 7.30. Subject.
"The Ethiopian Convert." Sunday
school at 10.
Augsbung, Fifth and Muench
Streets—The Rev. Amos Maxwell
Stamets, pastor. Morning service at
10.-45. Subject. "The Baptism of the
Holy Spirit." Evening service at 7.30.
Subject, "Christians Compromising."
Sunday school at 9.4'5. C. E. at 6.30.
Men's League at 9.30. Midweek serv
ice Wednesday evening »t 7.45.
St. Matthews, Green and Seneca
Streets—The Rev. E. E. Snyder, pas
tor. Morning service at 11. Evening
service at 7.30. Sundav school at 10.
C. E. at 6.30. The Rev. H. H. Beidle
man, of Frfc»tburg, Md„ will preach
both morning and evening.
Bethlehem—The Rev. .1; Bradley
Mark ward, P. D.. pastor. 10.30 a. m..
"Old Age and Its Appeal." 7.30 p.
m., "A Bit of History and Imagina
tion." Sunday school at 1.4«5. C. E.
prayer meeting at 6.30".
Christ, Thirteenth and Thompson
Streets—Thomas Reisch. Ph. P., pas
tor. Morning worship at 10.30. Sub
ject, "The Lord With l'e." Evening
worship at 7.30. Subject. "The I>read
of Oblivion." Sunday school at 2.
Men's Bible class at 2. C. E. at 6.30.
Parker Geistwhite will lead.
Zion. South Fourth Street.—Rev.
S. Winfield Herman, pastor. Morning
service at 10.30. Subject, "The Holy
Spirit." Evening service at 7.30. Sub
ject, "The Assurances of Jesus.'' Sun
lay school at 1.45. Men's class at 1.50.
Men's devotional hour at 10.
Trinity, South Ninth Street —The
Rev. R. L. Meiseuhelder, pastor. Morn
ing service at 11.15. Subject. "Push
and Pull." Evening service at 7.30.
Subject, "Three Boys With Back
bone." Sundav school at 10. C. E. at
Trinity, Camp Hill—The Rev. E. D.
Wcigle. pastor. Morning worship at
10.30. Subject, "The Outpouring of
the Holy Spirit." Evening worship at
■ .30. A song service with an address
by the pastor. Special music. Sundiv
school at 9.15. Ingathering by Sunday
school and congregation for parsonage
debt. Accession of members and bap
tism of children.
St. Mark 's—The Rev. A. Wolf, West
Fairview—Sundav school at 9.30.
Preaching at 10.30. C. E. at 6.15.
St. Paul's, New Cumbertind—The
Rev. A. G. Wolf. Sunday school at
9.30. C. E. at 6. Preaching at 7.
Market Square—The Rov. William
B. Cooke, miuister-iii-charge. Morning
service at 11. Evening service at 7.30.
Subject. "Life's Cardinal Virtues—
Hope." Sunday school at 9.15. Y. P.
S. C. E. at 6.30, led by Miss Fenn.
Topic. "Religious Reading, What ind
Why." Wednesday at 4.30, Junior En
deevor at 7.45. Midweek praver meet
Bethany. Cameron and Cumberland
Streets—The Rev. John M. Warden,
pastor. Evening service at 7.30. Sub
ject, "Love For the House of (?od."
Sunday school at 9. C. E. at 6.30.
Capital Street, Ctpital nnd Forster
Streets—The Rev. B. M. Ward, pastor.
Morning service at 10.45. Subject,
••The Sanctity of the Sabbath."' Even
ing service at 7.45. Subject, "A Call
to Repentance." Sunday school at
12.15. C'. E. at 7.15. Prayer meeting
on Wednesday at S p. m.
Olivet. Dorrv and Ki-ttatinny—The
Rev. William O. Yates, pastor. Morn
imj preaching service at 10.30. Sub
ject, "Yoke For the Laborer." Even
ing service at 7.30. Subject. "Demas."
Sunday school at 2. €. E. at 6.30.
Westminster, Green and Reily
Streets —The Rev. E. E. Curtis, iias
tor. Church. 10.30. subject. "Is It
Gain to Lose Your Life?" Sunday
school at 1.45. C. E. a-t 6.45. Church at
7.30. Subject, "Providence."
Covenant, Fifth and Peffer Streets
j —The Rev. Harvey Klaor. ptstor.
I Morning service at i 0.3-0. Subject, "A
Woman In Tears." Evening service at
7.30. Subject, "The Ass That S|>oke
With the Tongue of a Man." Sunday
school at 2. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30. Sun
shine Mission Band at 6.15.
Calvary, Cameron and Sycamore—
The Rev. Frank P. Mackenzie, pastor.
Morning subject, "The Second Coming
of Our Lives." Sunday school at 9.
C. E. at 6.30. Midweek service Wed
nesday at 7.30. ■
Paxton—The pastor, the Rev. Harry
B. King, will preach at 11 a. m. and
7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m.
Mid-week service Wedneslay at 7.30
Harris Street—Men's prayer meet
ing at 9.30 a. ri. The last sermon in
the series on "The Temptation of Je
sus." subject, "The Fruits of Victory"
at 10.30 a. m. Sunday school at 5 p.
m. <liristian Endeavor at 6.40 p. m.
Evangelistic service at 7.30 p. m. Ser
mon, "The Peril of the Empty House."
Park Street —The Rev. A. E. Han
gen, pastor. "By My Spirit" at 10.30
a. m. "A Vision and a Voice" at 7.30
p. m. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.
The Christian and iMissionary Alli
ance, Swab building. Thirteenth and
Market streeets, second floor —The Rev.
W. H. Worrall, pastor. Sunday school
at 9.30. Preaching at 10.30 a m. and
i 7.30 p. m. Meeting on Tuesday even
ing at 7.30 o'clock. Meeting on Thurs
day evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Associated Bifble Students—The reg
ular Sunday services will be held at 3
j p. m. at Cameron's hall. 105 North Sec
ond street. Subject, "King Saul's Last
Battle." Psalms, 26:7. Berean study
at 2 p. m.
I A meeting of the Religious Society
j of Friends of Harrisburg will be held
'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
"The greatest choir and the finest
sequence of choral performances In
the country."—Fullerton L. Waldo
In "The Outlook."
FRIDAY, MAY 28
4 p. m. and 8 p. m.
St. John Passion
SATURDAY, MAY 29
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Mass in 6 Minor
Prices per session
sl, $1.50, $2
Course Seats, $4, $6, $8
Course tickets now on sale at
A. C. Huff Music Store, Bethlehem,
Pa. Single seat sale opens May "JO.
Tickets on sale at tho Church Office
after » a. m., May 28.
Packer Memorial Church
S. Davis, 324 South Sixteenth street,
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Fourth Street Church of Christ—The
Rev. .1. G. Smith, pastor. Morning serv
ice at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon.
"Built Unto Christ." Evening serv
ice at T. 30 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
"The Secret of True Optimism." Sun
day school at 10 o'clock. Christian En
deavor at 6.30. Prayer meeting 7.45
TO ADDRESS YGUNC PEOPLE
J. J. Brehin Will Speak at Grace
Church and John F. Kob at Ste
vens Memorial To-morrow
Tomorrow evening J. J. Brehm.
Chief Supervisor of the City Public
Schools, will address the Epworth
Leaguers of the Grace Methodist church
at their 6.4 5 service. Miss Heioher
will sing a solo. There were 94 pres
ent at this service last Sumlav.
At the Stevens Memorial League
service aV 6*30 p. m. Mrs. J. \Y. Bitter
man will preside, and John F. s Kob,
also a supervisor of Harrisburg schools,
will address the young people. Harriet
and Caroline Mathias, the little daugh
ters of Roy Mathias, one of the city's
buss soloists, will sing a duet.
At Camp Curtin church, the league
service will be in charge of Miss Mary
E. Crane, and there will be special mu
sic by the girls' chorus under the lead
ership of Miss Butler, the dircct.or of
the church choir. There were til p*es
ent at the service of last Sunday.
St. Haul's league will have their
anniversary service this Sunday even
ing, and the pastor, the Rev. R. W.
Runyan, will install the recently elect
ed officers. This league had 31 pres
ent at the service last Sunday.
The other leagues of the city will
have their usual service at the ap
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Bo:ml of Trade Hall. Sunday 11a. ni.
and 7.30 p. m. Testimonial meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Free reading
rooms, Kunkel building, 1.30 to 5 p.
m., daily, also Monday and Saturday
OI'EN AIR MISSION MEETING
City Bescue Workers Will Hold Serv
ices in Market Square To-night
The City Rescue Mission, the head
quarters of which is at 107 1-2 South
Second street, will hold an open air
meeting in Market square this evening
at 7.30 o'clock. This really opens
special summer work, the intention be
ing to reach the masses with the Gos
j>ei in the open as the attendances at
the room at headquarters naturally
show some falling off compared with
the winter months.
These meetings for the present will
be held each Saturday evening and spe
cial attractions will be introduced from
time to time. At to-night's meeting
the Gospel message will be given by
Superintendent Griffith Jones. Special
music will be rendered by the Gospel
Crew from Panola, also by the Harris
burg evangelistic chorus, which has
kindly agreed to attend.
They Are 70 Years Old
"For some time past my wife and
myself were troubled with kidnev trou
ble," writes T. B. Carpenter, Harris
burg, Pa. "We suffered rheumatic pains
all through the body. The first few
doses of Foley Kidney Pills relieved us.
After taking five bottles between us
we are entirely cured. Although we are
both in the seventies we are as vig
orous as we were thirty years ago. '
Foley Kidney Pills stop sleep disturb
ing bladder weakness, backache, rheu
matism, dizziness, swollen joints and
sore muscles. Geo. A. Gorgas, 16 N.
Third St. and P. R. R. Station.—Adv.
BISHOP DARLINGTON WILL
ORDAIN HIS SON CILBERT
Young Man, Who la Candidate for Di
aoonate, Will Be Presented to His
Father by Elder Brother, Who Is
Now Hector in New Jersey
The Rt. Rev. .Inmes Henry Darling
ton will to morrow have the pleasure
of officiating for the third time at the
ordination of a son into the ministry
of the Protestant Kpiacopal church.
Bishop Darlington has ah-eavty twice
officiated on such an occasion for his
eldest son, the Rev. Henry V. B. Dar
lington, now rector of Zion church,
Belvidore, N. J., in the Diocese of
Newark. One of these ceremonies was
when the younger Darlington was or
dained a deacon and the second was
when he was advanced to the priest
The ordination to morrow will be
that of Gilbert S. B. Darlington, sec
ond son of Bishop and Mrs. Darling
ton, to the diaconate. The young man
will be presented to his father for or
dination by his elder brother.
The service will be hold at 10.30
o'clock tomorrow morning in St.
John's church, York, and will contain
another feature of more than usual in
terest. There are four recent grad
uates of divinity schools to be ordained
to the diaconate, including Mr. Dar
lington, amf one of them is James Hart
Kinib, Jr., youngest, son of the Rev.
James Hart Lamb, rector of old St. Da
vid's church, Devon, in the Diocese of
Pennsylvania. The Rev. Mr. Lamb al
ready has two sons in the ministry. He
will preach the sermon at to-morrow's
service. The younger iAsmb will be
presented for confirmation by the Rev.
Kollin A. Sawyer, rector of St. Step
hen s church, this city, and chairman
of the standing committee of the Di
ocese of Harrisburg.
The othef prospective deacons are
liewis Hamer Huber, of St. John's
Parish, Marietta, and Carl Lckes Shoe
maker, of St. James' church, Munev.
The Rev. 0. P. Caruthera, who en
tered the ministry a year ago and is in
charge of St. John's church, Westfield,
will be advanced from the diaconate
to the priesthood.
The Whitsuntide Kmber Days, which
are Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
of next week, are the set days for the
quarterly ordinations but for local rea
sons it was decide 1 to have the service
on Whitsunday. It will bo the first
service of this character held in York
in many years. It will be preceded by
a quiet hour conducted by the Rev. H.
B. Pulsit'er, rector of St. John's church.
Marietta, who is one of the leading
missioners of the diocese.
The priests who will assist Bishop
Darlington include the Rev. A. R.
Taylor, rector of St. John's church,
! York; the Rev. F. N. Hinkel, his as
sistant; the Rev. Dr. Lamb, the Rev.
Mr. Darlington, the Rev. Mr. Sawyer
and the Rev. Mr. Pulsifer.
Gilbert S. B. Darliugton will take up
church work in the parish of the Church
of the Redeemer, Brooklyn; Mr. Lamb
will work under his father's direction
near Philadelphia; Mr. Huber has been
assigned by Bishop Darlington to
Trinity Parish. Jersey Shore, and Mr.
Shoemaker will go to Nashville, Ten
Executive Committee, Consisting of
E. F. Weaver, the Bev. E. E. Cur
tis, J. O. Aldinger and R. F. Web
ster, Is Preparing for Visit
Christian Endeavorers, Epworth
Leaguers, members of the B. Y. P. U.
and other young people of the city are
cxpei'tei to be at the opening meetings
of the Plying Squadron of America in
the Grace M. K. church next Thursday
when Daniel A. Poling, president of
the Vational Temperance Council and
president's associate of the United
Society of Christian Endeavor, makes
the first address of the local campaign
in continuation of the nation-wide
movement of the Squadron for a na
tional prohibition amendment.
Dr. Charles M. SheUon, noted min
ister of the Congregational church, au
.thor of "In His Steps" and earnest
exponent of a practical and livable
Christianity, will be Mr. Poling's as
sociate speaker in the first group's
meetings, while Daniel . Poling, re
garded as one of the leading baritones
of Pacific slope, will be the soloist and
William Lowell Patton, of Oregon, the
The local executive committee with
E. P. Weaver as chairman is being as
sisted by the Rev. E. E. Curtis, J. Gil
bert Aldinger and Robert P. Webster
in arranging for the meetings and the
reception of the speakers.
A former moderator of the Presby
terian General Assembly, the highest
i honor the denomination can confer, Dr.
Tra Landrith, a well-known educator,
comes on Friday with the second group
of tlfe Squadron, having as associate
speaker, Dr. Carolyn Geisel, of the Bat
tle Creek, "Mich., Sanitarium and noted
woman phvsicion of the country.
The soloist of this group is Fred
; erick Butler, of New York, who was
formerly leading basso of the Alice
I Xeilsen Opera Company and later solo
ist for Dr. .1. Wilbur Chapman, world
'evangelist. Mrs. Butler will be the
pianist for the meetings of this group.
Former Governor J. Frank lianly, of
: Indiana, regarded the peer of any tem
• pcrance orator in America, comes at
the hea*l of the third group of the
Squadron on Saturday. "Honest in his
public service," it is declared, "pure
in a life full of rewards and honors,
a life which has been without the
slightest stain of cowardice ,or double
dealing, he brings, in his presentation
j of public questions, the force of a com
pelling personality, and what has been
said to be 'the art of public speech at
its best; it is oratory at its highest."
Governor Hanly's associate speaker
' will be Hon. Oliver Wayne Stewart,
I former member of the Illinois Legisla
ture and a noted temperance orator of
! the Middle West.
Miss Vera K. Mullin, of Winchester,
Ind., awoted Chautauqua soprano, will
be the soloist of this group while Miss
[ Iris Robinson, also of Winchester, will
i be the pianist.
Fall Fatal to Aged Woman
Rohrerstown, May 22. —Mrs. Eliza
beth Albright, 72 years old, died last
evening from the result of a fall sus
tained last winter. She was a member
of the Lutheran church, and her maiden
j name was Keever. She is survived by
' one son.
Lesson Vlll.—Second Quarter,
For May 23, 1915.
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Tsxt of the Lesson, II Sam. 11, 1-Tj v,
1-5 Memory Verses, v, 2, 3—Golden
Text, Ps. xxviii, 7—Commentary Pre
pared by Rev. D. M. Steams.
In the two portions assigned for thU
lesson we bnve the record of David's
second and third anointings over
Judah and over all Israel (11. 4; T,
3), the llrst anointing being at the
hands of Samuel (I Sam. xvl, 13). As
all anointings are suggestive of the
work of the Holy Spirit and of Him
whom God anointed with the Holy
Ohoet and with power (Acts x. 38),
who also anoints and seals the believer
with the Holy Spirit (II Cor. 1, 21, 22).
we will for a few minutes to the
other lesson for today In I Cor. xli,
1-13 to notice that no one can say that
Jesus Is the I/ord, but by the Holy
Spirit, and that by the same Spirit
each believer receives gifts for service
as the Spirit sees fit; to every man ac
cording to his several ability, to every
man his work (Matt, xxr, 15; Mark
xiil, 34i. As our Lord Jesus Christ, the
son of David, Is waiting for His king
dom. when He will occupy the throne
of David, so all true believers, anointed
kings and priests, associates of Him
who shall be a priest upon His throne,
the true Meichlzedek, nre waiting with
Him and for Him, He at the Father's
right hand and we In the conflict here
(Luke 1. 32. 33; Rev. i, S, 6; Zech. VI, 13;
Gen. xlv, 18; Fa. cx, 1, 4*. While we
wait it Is our privilege to suffer with
Him and to serve Him in any way or
place which He may assign to us,
knowing that the glory of His king
dom will abundantly recompense for
all suffering or service during the little
while of waiting. Returning to our
lesson In Samuel, we note that, though
Saul wag dead, the rule over all Israel
did not come to David at once, but in
Hebron over Judah for seven years
and then in Jerusalem over all Israel
and Judah for thirty-three years (chap
ter v, 0).
We may tinU an analogy In the com
ing of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus
Christ when all the kingdoms of this
world shall have become His (Rev. si,
13j, and we may then see more dearly
the significance of David's three anoint
We cannot help noting David's la
mentation over Saul and Jonathan,
with its thrice repeated "How are the
mighty fallen!" (II Sam. i, 19, 26, 27).
How he could say that Saul and Jona
than were lovely and pleasant in their
lives I do not know unlees on the same
principle that God did not see iniquity
in Jacob nor perverseness in Israel
(Num. rxiil, 21), grace covering up tha
wrong. We can more easily under
stand how David could say of Jona
than, "Thy love to me was wonderful,
passing the love of women" (1, 26),
and thnt leads us to the greatest love
that was ever seen or known—the love
of God In Christ Jesus to slnnera
(Rom. v, 8; John 111, 16; I John 111, 16;
iv, 10). See David's habit of inquiring
of the Lord concerning guidance In all
matters of the kingdom (ii, 1; v, 19, 23;
also I Sam. xxlii, 2, 4; xxx, 8), remind
ing us of some of the good advice of
his son, Solomon, "In all thy ways ac
knowledge Him, and He shall direct
thy paths" (Prov. iii, 0).
Although David knew that the king
dom was now his, he would not flo
anything without tbe Lord's guidance
as to when and where. At the Lord's
command he went to Hebron with his
own and his faithful followers' house
holds. end there the men of Jiidali
anointed him king over the house of
Jndab. See the story of Hebron in
connection with Abraham and Isaac
and Caleb, and let us learn to live in
fellowship with God. David's words
to the men of Jabesh-gilead are for
us also, that we may be strong and
valiant for God (11, 7). The Intervening
chapters in our lesson story tell of the
opposition to David by the house of
Saul, but that David waxed stronger
and stronger and the house of Saul
weaker and weaker (ill, 1). In our
present conflictlt cannot be said that
the devil is waxing weaker and weak
er, for his greatest effort will be Just
before his final overthrow, but in due
time he will be overthrown, and Jesus
Christ shall reign (Ps. lxxli, 11).
After David became king over all
Israel It Is written that "David went
'on and grew great (went going and
growing—margin), and the Lord God
of hosts was with him" (v, 10). That
the Lord was with him Is repeated
again and again In his story (I Sam.
xvl, 18; xviii, 12, 14, 28) and reminds
us of this blessed assurance to Isaac,
Jacob, Moses, Joshua, Gideon and oth
ers and of His word to all who go
forth in His name as His messengers
(Gen. xxvi, 3; xxviii, 15; Ex. 111, 12;
Josh, i, 5; Judg. vl, 16; Isa. xll, 10;
Hag. 11. 4, 5; Matt, xxviii, 20). The
Lord's presence does not insure us
freedom from all adversaries, but it
does assure us of victory over them.
David had to say concerning some
with whom he had to deal, "I am this
day weak, though anointed king, and
these men, the sons of Zernlah, are
too hard for me" (ill, 39). Compare
Num. xl, 14; I Kings xix, 7; Ps. xxxv,
10; lxxlii, 16, and then thank God that
nothing is too hard for Him (Gen. xrill,
14; Jer. xxxli, 17), and roll all cares
and burdens upon Him, and trust Him
to carry you and them. AH real work
for God must be by the Spirit of God,
and when He is In control we will
fear no mountain nor despise any small
things (Zach. Iv).
The Proof Conclusive.
They had disagreed.
They had disagreed about her cook
He had sprung the bromide aboul
her not being able to cook even as his
Whereupon she asked him. "If that
he so how is it that you haven't chrdn
ic dyspepsia, as your father bad?"
Whereupon they disagreed more thor
oughly than ever.—Philadelphia Ledger.