. . wf:-At First United Brethren, The services at First United Brethren church, at Eighth avenue and Twelfth street, were largely attended yesterday. The pastor, Rev. Charles S. Parker, D. D.. gave short talks at both the morning and evening vices. At the morning service over twenty persons united with the church. The ordinance of baptism was administered to a cumber of per sons. The Christian Endeavor service at 6.30 p. m., was especially Interesting and was in charge of Wilbur G. Beck. A special musical selection was a beautiful solo by Miss Dorothy Fraker. L. R. Harnish, of Carlisle, superintendent of the Pennsylvania branch of the National Purity Federation, spoke briefly of the work carried on by the Federation.