Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on February 16, 1924 · Page 4
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SATURDAY EVENING OafelantJ Ctffimte. FEBRUARY 16, 1924 Pastor Will Review Book j inDiscourse : FridelT, director of religious' liflacfction, will speak at the First Hep tint church, tomorrow .right ' giving , book-sermon -on - "The Highway," based on the new book f the same name Just issued in thaEast. On Ir. G. Campbell Mor-. fan's recent visit to the bay district, in speaking of this recent work of - literature, said: "This story will stir the thinkers f England and America." It deals 'in gripping story form with the grtat problems now. confronting Christianity, The special- musical attraction of the evening's program Will ba two 'cello solos by Mrs. 1 Dorothy Dukes Dimni, the first one helps "Meditation," from 'Thais," I by Massenet, and the second a de votional number. At the' morning service Dr. L. C, Barnes of New York, who ,haf keen connected with the National I Home Mission Society for many years, will epeaK. j Next Friday ni&ht the Protheoh 'lass will give a colonial supper at the church in -honor Washington', Birthday and are inviting their friends to join . them. A 'Unique program has been planned tror tne eccasion. Episcopal. ST. PAUL'S Nr. Grand Ave. and Monteclto. Grand Ave. or Lakeshore cars. Rev, Alexander Allen, D. Lilted or. SUNDAY 1:00 a. m. Holy Communion. ' ;45 a. TO. Church school. 11:00 a. m., Morning Prayer. and sermon. J:00 p.. m. Vesper Service and sermon under the auspices of the Young People's Fellowship. :00 p. m. Meeting of the Young People's Fellowship. WEDNESDAY 10:00 .. m., Holy Communion With intercession for the sick. ST. PETER'S ROCKRIDGE. Lawton Ave. and Broadwajt College Ave. cars. Rev. Edgar F. Gee, Rector S:30 a. m. Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. ra. Church school. 11:00 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon. T:J0 p. m. Even sermon. song and ST. JOHN'S i eiChth and CROV13. REV. JOHN BARRETT. Rector. t:00 a. m. I,ow mass. 1P:00 a. m. Church school. 11:09 a. m. High mass and ser mon. f:45 9. m. Vespers. Prof; H. L. Willett to Speak at First Christian re to Pre ach at Advent Episcopal i . m m : te the I Dr. Weist First Christian Prof. Herbert .L. Willett of Chisago University will he Prof. Herbert L. Willett of cnt- tuest of the First Christian church tomorrow and will speak cago University and for many , tLa ; Rev. B. D. Weigle, editor of the Pacific Churchman, will deliver, the sermon tomorrow morning at the Advent Episcopal church. St. Mark's Parish Rev. W. R, H. Hodgin. Rector KIP MEMORIAL. (St. Mark's) Bancroft Way and Ellsworth. Berkeley. SUNDAY SERVICES: Church school. 8:45: mornln prayer, 11:00; evening. 7:30 Holy Communion, every Sun. 7:30 a. m.; first Sun. 11 a. tu TRINITY CHURCH Telegraph Ave.' and 29 th St. Rev. Lloyd B, Thomas, pastor T530 a. m.. Holy Communion Cervices at 11 A. M. and :4! 7:45 P. M. a.m Church School ST. PHILLIP'S FRUITVALE. Corner Nlcol and Capo Bta One Block Frultvale Ave.) Holy Communion 7:30 a. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Mornlnr service 11:00 a. i YoungEeople'l Fellowship t to 8 p. tti. Edwin Castledlne, Rector. Church, of the Advent (Episcopal) East 16th and lith Ave. , Services 11:0 a. m. and 7:80 f.' to. Rev. Taul Little. M. A. lector. Fimdav school :4S a. m. ' Young People's Fellowship, 6:00 p. m. AIXSAIOTS't"'5 RT. W. A. MacCLEAN. M. A Ch. arht, 10 a. tn. Morning ervlca 1st Pun.. 8 and 11: Srd 6th San . 11. Evenln? service. Zd-th 7:30 p. m. ATI Souls Fnrnoe Streets. REV. R. M. TRELEASE. Vicar. Church school, 9:30 a. m.: innrn- Insr prayer. 11:00 a. m.: Holv Communion every Sun.. 7:30 a. m.; second Sun., 11 a. m. St. Clement's B?vdr-nuMeii. Rev. Mark Rlfenbark. Vicar Church school, 9:46 a. tn.i Binrn- Inr prayer, 11:00 a. m.: Holy Communion, every 8un 7:30 m.; first Eun 11:00 a. m. St. Andrew's Church MAXWELL! PARK I Terminii East (5th Ave. Car T . REV. A. I MITCHELL Rector Holy Communion. I a. ra. Church School. 10 a. tn. H"lv Communion 11 a. tn. First and Third 8ondays Morning Prsyer. 11 a. m. f-coiid and Fourth Sundays years Wewtern secretary o f the Federal Council of Chur.ches, will be the guest and speaker at the First Christian church, Grand avenue and Webster street, tomorrow evening. Dr. H. O. Breeden. minister of the church, will prench In the morning on 'Companionship With Jesus." The program of musio for the days follows:. "Hymn of the Nuns' (Lefebure Wely), Miss Lucy Hannibal; an them, "The Lost Chord'' (Sulll van); solo,. t'The , Day Spring" (Thomas), Mr. Chsrlo. Scott Wll ford: "Postlude In E flat" (Mans field). Evening "Prooesonal (Jepson); anthem, "The" RadLint Morn Has Passed Away": solo, selected, L. L. Westling; march (Hill). I'rof. Sutton of the Oakland High School will delHer an address on the "Life of George Washington" bofore the Loyal Toung Peoplo's Clans of the Sunday school at 10 a. m. The church' nlsht oinner will be followed next week by a study of "Cn ntive Forces in Japan" hy Oalen Flshpr, conductfd by Dr. Breeden. The monthly conference of the teachers and officers of the Sunday school will be at 8:15., CHURCH AND SOCIAL SERVICE RALLY CALLED "Church and Social Service" will e the. subject of a conference of hurchrs and social workers of Alahieda county at the First Pres byterian church. Berkeley next Tuesday afternoon, under the au spices of the Commission on the hurch nd Social Service of tne edetal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. The program Includes luncheon at noon at the Varsity Candy shop, Berkeley, when Prof. Graham Taylor of Chicago, will be the upeaker. The afternoon program will Include addss by Dr. Samuel Zane Batten, National Baptist Secretary for Social. Service; 1'ror. Jteroert I,. Willett. Chicago University, and Dr. Worth I. Tippy of New York. A fellowship dinner will be held at 5:30 with Dr. Roy B. Guild and Prof. Herbert Willett as guests of honor. Pasadena Pastor to Speak in Oakland Dr. Robert Freeman, pastor of First M. E. At the First Methodist. Kpiscopal church. Dr. John Stei hens will preach a "Story Sermon" tomor row night, based on Caroline At water JIason's "The High way.' This book is highly endorsed by Dr. Ci. S. Campbell Morttan and is recognled as one of the most powerful arraignments of Moilern-tv which the present theological controversy has produced. It .dls-ousses the effects of Modernism on the Christian faith and ultimately on morals and the fate or nations.' In the morning at 11 o'clock, Dr. Stephens will preach on "The Joy of Finding Things Lost." The musical program is as follows: Organ, "To the Rising Sun" (TorJussen). Bessie Beatty Ro land: anthem, :. "God of Our Fathers" (De Koven); baritone solo, "My God. My Country and My Flag" (MacHughl, Robert Baxter Todd (in honor of Washington's birthday); organ, "Nocturne,," "M Idsummer Night's Dream" (Mendelssohn); anthem, "To Thee. O Country'? (Elchberg); tenor solo, "O Jesus, Thou Art Standing" (Sabin), Herbert P. Mee. The choir, under direction of Bessie Beatty Rolajid, is -to give a program, of patriotic niusie from the KGO radio station on Thursday evening, Februarq 1, and Dr. Stephens is to speak on "Washington, the Man and Christian." ', Emmanuel Swedish M. E "Rachel Weeping for Her cnil-dren" will be the subject of the morning sermon by Rev. A. E. Lind at the Emmanuel Swedish Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow; Dr. Lind will epeak in English at the evening service on the theme, "Grasshoppers in the' Church.1" Miss Irene Und H-Jli discuss "Youth and Religion" at the Epworth League service. Rev. C. II. Sundstrom of Kings- burg is to deliver a series of ad dresses commencing next Wednesday. His first will be on "Dr. Jekylt and Mr. Hyde."i "Advent Episcopal Rev. B. D. Weigle, editor of the Pacific Churchman, San Francisco, will deliver the sermon tomorrow morning at the Advent Episcopal church, corner of East Sixteenth treet and ,Twelfth avenue. - At the evening service Dr. Paul Little, i rector, will deliver a special sermon on -"George Washington, the Great Churchman.' The large choir under the direction of Nelson Mortimer will render ap- prpprlate music at both sevlcew. Pastor to Appeal for Stability the First Presbyterian church of Pasadena,' will be the speaker at tomorrow evening's vesper services to be held in Lisser hall, Mills College at 7 o'clock. There will be special music by the vested choir and college trior . Christian Non-Sectarian Rev. Charles Eugene Ross Minister (0 venrs a Bible student) TMtPLE i CH URCH Oakland Market and 13th Streets This Church is Independent Undenominational WT Take C or II Car to Market St. SUNDAY 9:43 A. M.-T!ible School. 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship. 3:00 P. M. Bible Exposition. 6:00 P. M. Young People's meeting. 7:30 P. MSermon by the mln- ' lster: WEDNESDAY 7:45 P. M. Prayer and Praise FRIDAY .2:30 P. M. Day. of Prayer. 7;43 P. M. Healing Service. We Believe (lie Whole Bible The OLD TIME Religion, Conversion, Salvation, Divine Healing, Baptism of the Spirit, Soon Com ing Lord and the Millenial King dom. i We believe In i the Lord Jesus Christ as did Wesley, Finney, Spur, geon and Moody. THE SICK ARE HEALED Reorganized tfchurch of Latter Day Saints The IJeorpanized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter . Day Saints 16th nml Magnolia Streets 9:43, Sunday School Preaching services, .11:00 a. m. and 7:43 p. m. Young People's Society, Friday, 7:45 p. m. Piedmont 63fi6W Elnihurst Christian Church 8Sth Ave. and E. 14th St. (Car S) Robert L. McHatton, pastor Services 11 A. M. and 7:30 P; M. Sunday School, 1,0:00 A. M. Christian Endeavor. 6:30 P. M. Universal Truth Bishop Mazzinlanandi begins a new series of discourse tomorrow evening at the Church of Universal Truth, K. P. Castle, corner of Twelfth and Alice streets. He will discuss the advisability, of competition in studies among students, and the use and abuse of such competition. He will also point out the advisabllitv of 6ftne and safe methods In training the student'! minii. - Melrose Baptist , , Heaven: What We Know About It," will be the evening topic of Rev. D. M. Dawson, the pastor, at Melrose Baptist church tomorrow. .'Among the questions which he wilt discuss are: Is Heaven a place? Will we know each other? Are our departed- onea there now? and, Will we .be ghosts there? t At the morning service the eub-Ject will bj "My Church r It Doc- trlnes and Why." ' Grace M. E. Tenth Ave. Baptist "The Essence of Religion wiu be the subject of a sermon tomorrow morning by Cecil T. Axworthy, assistant pastor, at the Tenth Avenue Baptist church. Prof. E. G. Linsley will speak on "The Glory of the Skies: or the Spiritual Significance of Astronomy' at the evening service. School of Missions meets Wednesday at 7.1 p. m. Religious Publications i. m,.i. DR. G. CAMPBELL .MORGAN'S ; B0QKS AND BIBLES on sale at ;Western Book & Tract Co. 1817 Telegraph Ave. "Christianity of Jesus" will be the subject tomorrow night at the Grace Methodist. Episcopal church, Thirty-fourth and Market streets, Rev. L. V. Lewis, pastor. The pastor will attempt to compare the preaching pf Jesus with modern Christianity. -His morning aubject will be "Effective Christianity: 23rd Ave, Baptist 1 i " " " Some Mistakes of AbrsUiam" will be the subject of the pastor, Rev. William Spencer, at the Twenty - third Avenue Baptist church tomorrow morning. His evening subject w.ll : be "Christ's Terms of Disclpleshlp." . , Congregational. Christian. WITH g Wtte rt you ant a straneer tut once." riawefOBdcnLLn MINISTER , NURCH Grand Ave.Ufebster "COMPANIONSHIP JESUS" By the Minister 11:00 A. M. PROF. HERBERT L. WILLBTT of Chicago University in an address at 7:30 P M. (Prof. Willett is Western Secretary of the Federal Council of Churches.) " Special music: Solos by Mrs. C. S. Wilford and L. L. Westling. . Gogpe Auditorium Latter Day Saints LATTER-DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Lfltter-Day Saints (Mormons), cor. Web ster and Moss-Ave. Sunday school J.QiSO a. m. Evening service 7 p. m. M. I. A., 8 p. m. Tuesday. Brnnch Pre. Tel. Thorn. S570. ; GOSPEL AUDITORIUM Forty-second and Rich Sts., Just Off Telegraph Ave, Hear Evangelist TOM CARROLL SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 7:45 in a series of gospel addresses on the fundamentals of scripture including the following topics: . "Sanctifica-Uon "Judgment" and "Inspiration." Subject this Sun-day 'evening; "SANCTIFICATION." EVERYBODY INyiTED Plymouth Chutch HARRY g. McCREADY, Minister Mornlnr Service, 11 o'clock What Is Religion? (2nd of Seriea) "CLEANSING" i Musical service, 7:30 p. m., under direction of Lowell Redfleld. Rev. Edward C. Phtlleo will preach on the subject. "The Ebb and Flow In Our Religious Life," at the morning service of the Centennial Presbyterian church tomorrow. In the evening his subject Will be "God the Burden Bearer." Discussing the morning subject. he said: "Human progress has never' been steady. Our advance has been; much like the waves of the eea forward for a while, and then back again. Is this the normal thing? Ia there anything we can do to produce mo.-e of stead 1 ness?" Of the evening theme, he said: "Every false religion Is a bur den to the worshiper. The true religion offer men power. Ood offers to bear them as His burden. Bo the religion of the Bible becomes to men such a burden a engines are to ships, or wings to a bird. This as applied to our sins,' our sorrows, our struggles, etc., will be the line of thought followed here."- At the prayer meeting a re turned missionary from Korea will speak:. . ' At the morning eervlce, Ouy L. Brown and Walter A. Brown will sing a tenor and baritone duet, "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," by Campana. In the evening, Mra Alex Dolg will render a aoprano number. " e ' bible Atopic announced. "Jesus and . the Bible as the Word of God" will be the subject this ' week for the Oakland Women's ' Federated Bible Class, which meets Tuesday afternoon at 3:80 at the First Presbyterian church.. The class la Interdenominational. . Dr. Simonds to Speak on MHoIy Spirit" Sunday "rpnff Holy Spirit In Rellgioni A Experience" will be the . lubject . of . Dr.L It. A. , SimonoV sermon tomorrow morning at the College Avenue M. E. church, Berkeley. The evening topic will be, "Turning the World Upside Down." College Avenue Sundsy school meet! at 9:45. There. are classes for til agei. The Men's class meets at 10 o'clock at the Strand Theater, Dr. Simonds speaks on "Msking a Nation." ' Forgiveness of Sin ; To Be Church Topic "How Can Forgiveness of. Sin Be Obtained?" will be the toplo of Rev, P. Petersen at the Danish- Norwegian Baptist church tomorrow mornin. His' evening theme Will be 'A Genuine Message from the Spirit World." Sunday school meets at 10 o'clock. Xoung People's meeting at ? p. hi., led by Verna Thomsen. - ' 1 GYPSY SMITH, EVANGELIST, IS COMING HERt Final touches are being put oa the organisation, of oommltteea te carry on the campaitrn inaugurating the . revival meeting of Caa tain Gypsy Pat Smith, evangelist, who will be in. Oakland from April 21 to May li."' Gypsy'," Smith ha just completed his second week of meetings in Los Angeles at the Firat Methodist church. Fo arreat has been the demand to hear the noted, evangelist that - radio ta-tlons have been Installed at the big church so that more than E. 000 are enabled to hear Smith. The three dtiea. Of, Oakland. Berkeley and Alameda will take part in the revival sessions whlrh open immediately after Kaster, Baptist BETH EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, ruueri oi d. (in ana gth HtS. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and I p.- tn; Sunday school. 1 p. m.; .B. Y. P. U., 7p. m.s prayer meeting every Wed. eve. at 8 n. tn. Rev. J. P. Hubbard, pastor. v Daniih Norwegian Church 25th Avenue. Near East nth - Sunday School, 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a.m. and p.m.; B.Y.P.U, 7 p.m. . ' Baptist. !" Advent Christian Advent Christian Church Cor. Rhoda and Montana Sts. (Dimond District) JPreaching service at 11 a. m." and 7:45 p. m. REV. M. E. LADIEU, Pastor Wide Awake Sunday School, :43 A. M. Baptismal Service, 12:00 A. M. Y. P. S. L. W., :4B P. M. Congregational First G)ngregatioiial Church , Worship Service at Temple Sinai, Twenty-eighth and Webster Streets (Take College or Piedmont car to Twenty-eighth Street) Dr. Lynn T. White of San Anselmo will "preach at both services. - - -' , . 1 1 :00 a. m., "Imapnation, An Element in Faith" 7:30 p. m.? "Wilson, the Man andtatesman" A Memorial Service. The quartet will sing "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" Church School at 9:43 a. m., at First Unitarian Church, 14th and Castro Streets (next door to Public Library.) CHURCH John Snape,D.D. raster - "This book-will stir England and Xmenca. C. Campbell Morgan. CALVARY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. "THE FRIENDLY CHURCH" Corner Thlrty-aixth and Grove Sta. Rev. W. J. Thompson, Minister. Phone Pied. 441W 11:00 A. M- "A Remarkable Picture of Man." 7:30 P., M. "A Remarkable Picture of God." y Hear the Calvary Quartet. 'Music that helps! Sunday School, with class for men,e9:4S a. m. COME! Unitarian Catholic "ZZTfiZ CATHOLIC CHURCH P -.Phone Oak. 4702; 8th and Jefferson Sts. Convenient to All Car Lines and Ferries. Sunday Masses, 6:30, 8, 9, 10. 11 arid 12:15 ' Week Days at 7 and 9 o'clock Evening Services (special to each Sunday), at 7:45 1st Sunday Evening, rosary, sermon, benediction. -2nd Sunday Evening, St. Rita devotions, duestion box. 3rd Sunday Evening. St. Anthony devotions, sermon benediction. ... . v. e a nnn cirn nna-nupst nn box. Denecuciion. 4th Bunaay iL.veniiiB. V- TiTii tr- vvm. Exposition of Blessed Sacrament on Every FViday. Holy "0" nlns Services. Public recitation of the Rosary every weekday avening m R3(Th'nli'nswerlnff of ouestions on religion, 2nd and 4th Sunday. Mnn.rofhniioa invited. Durine the week visit the Church of the Shrines Lourdes. St. Anne. St. Anthony. St. Rita. THE HIGH WAY" pROBABLV tke first ropy io reach Oakland et Care line Atwer Mason's newest hook, Tt Btrh Way," kas been received at this ehnreh. In answer to ear wife. It deals 4ramatleally with the straggle within the ' churehes, which te .by no means confined to ehnreh circles, hot Is the topic of MltorlaU nnd leading articles : n America's best magaslnes and reviews. Mrs. Mason throws light open a new angle of her subject by tracing, origins. Others have deplete' the straggle of Modern- . Ism against a dominant Chiistlaaltyi hot now Mrs. Mason depicts the equally dramatic straggle of evangelical Christianity against a dominant Modernism. Tea will want to hear Oakland's first discussion, of this Influential hook, by K. A. Kridell, Assistant Pastor and Director of Religious Education of this church tomorrow night nt 7 145. Dorothy Ilukes 1)1 mm, 'cellist, will play "The Meditation" from Massenet's Thais.' Sunday morning: Dr. Lemuel Call Barnes, "The Golden Centuryt or, 100 Years' Work by tlie American Baptist Publication ' Society. list TELEGRAPH AVE. One MofkfhmYMCA ST. PATRICK'S lOthJSfci bet, Per- alts and (.'arapoeijo No. 3 or H cars Masses at 6, 8. 9 and 11 a. m. Children's miss at 9, followed by Sunday school. Bene-rtirtlon. ST. FRANCES DE SALES Rev. Dr. Morrison) -Hector I I Ilobart and Orove l Masses at 6:30, 7:30, 9. 10, 11, 13:10, 7:30 The Central Chnrch 4 n. m. International Bible Students. International Bible Students' Association Free Eecture THE RESTORATION OF ISRAEL Proof cone lusiye that Millions Now Living Will Never Die .SPEAKER, MR. S. H. TOUTJIAN : BIBLE SCHOLAR FROM THE HOLY LAND , Sunday. Feb. 17th, 7:45 P. M. EbeUHall - v c 1440 Harrison First Unitarian Churcli Fourteenth Street, three blocks west of , the City Hall V- Ck AC A II IT ' 1 C I 1 . y:u m., union vnurcn ocnooi Sunday subjects of Rev. Garence Reed 8:00 P. M , 'THE MASTERPIECES OF EGYPTIAN ART" This lecture will be illustrated by a wonderful collec-HonLpictM?oLj!pturet Yxe and jewelry. AH lovers of art are especially invited. 1 1 :00 A. M, "THE DANCE OF LIFE" There is something daring, and fascinating in the phi' losophy of life as stated by Havelock Ellis in his notable book entitled "The Dance of Life." DrJ G. Stanley Hall says dancing is "imperatively needed to give poise to the nerves, schooling to the emotions, strength to the will, and to harmonize the feelings and the intellect with the body which supports them." rThe much discussed booklet by Rev. Clarence Reed " entitled ' "THE MAN JESUS" . ywill be sent free to any person on request. Please send me the above booklet NAME i V I'i'l" ImiSssl mi r L ADDRESS DEDICATION BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (Penniman Avenue,"Near 35th Avenue) ' . : " Sunday, Febrirarl 7, 2 :30 p. m. Moderator: Dr. C. & Tingley Sermon: Dr. L. C. Barnes of New York Music : Choir Tenth Avenue Baptist Church Sister churches and friends cordially invited Take "J" car. Get off Penniman avenue Autos drive along 35th avenue to Penniman- REV. L. W. HENDRICKSON, Pastor t -' TENTlJ AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH 10th Are. and B. IIUl SL "God rosy GEO. , W. PHILLIPS. MinUter 11 ?00 a. m., "The Essen ceof havs other words for othsr worlds. but for Religion." Cecil T. Axworthy, ass't. pastor. ," Spiritual Significance of As,tron- , " w'" omy;" Prof. E. Q. Linsley, i the word School of Missions Wednesday, 01 ooa - 15 p. m. - - Is Christ. ' 1 II urn SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH Tenth and Magnolia Streets Swedish B. Y. P. U. Rally 9:4o A. M., Sunday School. Short i:4J P, H., Addrsss. tai ty visiting superintendent and teachers. 11.00 A. M., Sermon (.Swedish), Rev. J. S. Lundgren. . ' 8:15 P. M., Song Service and Roll cau. Dr. C W. Brinstad. Topic. "Tha Baptist's Big Four 'W. 8 " 6:45 P. M., Refreshment. 7:00 P. M., Praise and Testimony Service. 7:30 p. M., Sermon (English), ev. swan EngwaiL Vocal and instrtimenta! tiumberg furnished by various" societies. Christian Science Churches of Qirist, Scientist Subject February 17, "SOUL" 4" Universal Truth CHURCH OF UNIVERSAL TRUTH, Inc. X. P. CASTLE. Cor. 12th and Alice PASTOR, RT. RIV. SRt BISHOP MAZZC1ANAKDA MAHA THERO. M.A M.D D.SC1 LIT. AaslsUnt Pastors, Rev. Mothsr Man Pvf, Rer. KaasaPpa, Rev. Metteyya: 7:1 p.m.. BIFHOP iAZZINIANANDA lecture on "EDUCATION OF THE TOUNO." Psychics. SWAMV Hra. L. Knott and ether vrker. ETsryone welcome. lat Church 'Jth aijd Franklin 010, nraainsr room ""Jl.'0 4:30 eept Sunday and holidays. - 2d Church ,4tn Eim sts., near Telegraph. Reading room open 1 to 4, except Sunday and holidays. 3d Church st. and Frultvale Avenue. 4th Church lkeshor BouTe-vard, near Twelfth Jceadlng room open 19 to 4, except Eanday and holidays. 5th Church p. p. Haii e. 14th and tind Av. 6th Church "t. tw Meeke east of Broadway. Reading room open 2 to 4:30, except Sun. and holidays. 7th Church"""'0 x. 23d and tith Etf. 8th Churrh Pllhert ft. am nurcn neaf Twelfth Sl; 8UNDAT PERV1CES, 11:00 A. M. AND 1:00 P. M. TESTIMONIAL MEETINO, WED.VESDATS. 1:00. P. if. " SUNDAY SCHOOL, 0:30 A. M. . . Also 11:00 A. M. at First. Second. Third, roorth. Seventh and Eighth Church. DOWNTOWN READING ROOMS, 414 11th Street, beU Brod-way and Franklin, seventh floor of the Perry building. Open dally from (.14 A. M. to 0:09 P. M. Wednesday until 7 00 P. U.; SuO-ltvs and holldsys from 1 to I P. M.. for reading only Telephone Oak. t6J$. The elk ekarrkee are rearate4 kraaekee ef Tke Metker Ckareh, Tke riret Charek el lariat, clealiet. Mas. i r

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