Rev. Henry Schaedel Brooklyn Manhattan
Preliminary Business Transacted. 14 of i About sixty ministers from flinerent i lti,. -r- -r- -r- ,. ..,,i0n to-day to-day to-day at the open-hmti open-hmti i cl"n r" ,n sesaiou lu UJ " ng meeting Of. tile. E.SSI Herman E. Conferenre which is held at the Greene Avenue M. E. Church, between Evergreen and Central avenues, of which' (he Rev. Henry Schaedel is pastor, Brooklyn, Manhattan. Manhattan. Jersey City, Philadelphia, Baltimore.. Baltimore.. Rorhester. Buffalo and the New Kngland States are represented by Bishop H. W. Warren of Denver, Col. too sea GERMAN CONFERENCE SESSION Bishop Warr.n, of Dearer, Preside.. ; s war-rantt'l, nu U-T U-T i , . . . ... j..,, j v . fion 01 10-aay 10-aay 10-aay IB ennreij . rut- i business affairs of the M. K. enurcbeS I during the last year. The Rev. William ' Ge.re of Mount Vernon representing i-3 i-3 : the First District, and the Rev. John ! I.ange of Jersey City, representing tne ! Second District, reported on the work of i ... ast year, while the different pas tors submitted statistics of tneir worn. 17-4 17-4 av. 17-1 17-1 IT-S IT-S riftw-renoe 1S-- 1S-- oondl-tlon: 17-T 17-T All the reports showed that good results were nrhlevod during the last year. Ths organization st noon to-day to-day to-day resulted as follows: Bishop H. W. Warren, president; H. H. Het-k. Het-k. Het-k. New York, secretary; W. Kurth, Newark. N. J-, J-, J-, treasurer; the Rev. Jacob Suter, Boston. Mass., statistical secretary. To-night To-night To-night sn organ concert will be given by H. Repp, followed by s conference prayer meeting presided over by the Rev. W. Giesregen, the excutive member of the New York district. The visiting pastors sre the guests of friends or members of the Greene Avenue Church. The first festival meeting in connection with tho conference was held lost night. The Rov. John Lange of Jersey City, presided presided over the meeting, which was opened with a prelude "Cradle Song," by H. N. Bartlett. The speaker of the evening was Dr. Dohertjr, of New York, who dwelt entirely upon matters concerning the M. E. Church. The Methodists were greeted by Bishop Warren, who also com Greene Avenue Church, for so well ar ranging all the matters for the conference. conference. During the evening. Bishop Warren consecrated Sisters Meta 8telljes, Sophie Frommherz and Anna Goeti as deaconesses. deaconesses. After the meeting the Woman's Society and the Jugandbund of the for i church Bm a recentlnn to tha rilnatn. ? ! Refreshments were served. Six young st.u- st.u- !.- dents. H. Blesi, F. Hauser. P. Kemnits. and t plv, Tprr,n. I?. ea.,mann n.a.- n.a.- Ap- Ap- l ' , ... . '-"""' '-"""' '-"""' plimented Pastor Henry Schaedel of the ! examined yesterday and will be sent to different churches as soon as vacancies St Flal-' Flal-' occur. The conference will continue until Mon- Mon- atxy. mn ir win close atter naving aea- aea- ln7 Icated the new Deaconess Home on St. Xlcrtolas avenue and Bleecker street.