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convention at washington.
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n, iMitif-i Call 1« CkrlMlaM rm -
OHN Willi! Baer,
of the Christian
sends out the fol-
lowing official pro-
gram of the Fif-
tion at Washing-
ton, July 8-13:
It is wfth pleasure your attention 1«
called to the provisional program of the
Fifteenth International Christian En-
deavor Convention, to be held in Wash-
ington. D. C, July 8-13. The practical
character of the topics to he discussed,
the eloquent speakers, and the throng
of delegates who will be present, prom-
ise to make this the greatest convention
of Christian eosvened in
America. Is your society planning to
be represented? Why not send your
paator and his wife? Why not spend
your vacation in this way? Remember,
•very Endeavorer who 'an attend will
bo gladly welcomed. The spiritual up-
lift, and deep, abiding enthuaiasm tbat
will result from uis meeting will more
than repay you for the expense of
going. Pray for the Convention, that
the Holy Spirit may be poured out npon
the multitude gathered there, and that
• spirit of loyalty and devotlen to
Chrlat and the church may be awak-
ened In the hearts of all the young
people throughout the world.
WwlnMdtjr Might, July K.
"Deepening the Spiritual Life," )• the
topic for the opening meetings in
twenty of the churches of Washington
Thus at the very beginning It is hoped
to let the standard for 'he entire Con-
vention. Carefully has the entire pro-
gram been constructed, but to no part
}4t has more thought or time been
Jntn than to these Wednesday night
ttatlnBS. In each church wili be two
■ken, each speaking thirty minutes.
AOOg those who have already prom
£d to make these addressee are the
^e*. Smith Baker. D. D„ Beaton, Rev.
/T. McCrory, D. D, PUtsburg, Rev.
LW. Flfleld, Chleego. Prof. Amos R.
l|li, Bo .'on. Rev. L. A. Banks, D. 0.,
Brooklyn. Rev. Kerr B. Tupper, D. D.,
Philadelphia, Rev. J. E. Pounds, D. D.,
Ndlanapolis, Rev. Cortland Myers,
Jooklyn. Rev. W. II. Robinson, D. D.,
Mlcago, Rev. J. L. Campbell, D. D.,
New York, Rev. C. A. Barbour. Roches-
ter. N. Y„ Rev. C. L. Work, I). D., Cin-
cinnati, Rev. W. 0. Kennell, Merlden,
Conn., Rev. J. B. Morgan, Cheater,
England, Rev. W. J. Marsha, D. D., New
fork, Rev. W. F. Wilson, Toronto, Can.,
Rev. Henry C. McCook, D. D., Philadel-
phia, Mr. W. 11. Strong, Detroit, Rev.
P. T. Stanford, D. D., Boston, Rev. Will-
lam Rader, San Francisco, Rev. W. B.
Derrick, D. D., New York City, Rev.
I. W. Hamilton, D. IX, Cincinnati, Hev.
F. W. Tompkins. Providence, Rev. J.
Clement French, I). I)., Newark, N. J.,
Rer. Leander S. Kej ser, Springfield, O.
Rev. H. M. Wharton, I). D., Baltimore,
Rev. J. L. Wlthrow, D. D., Chicago.
Rev. J. II. Harrison, I). I)., St Louis,
Re*. L. R. Dyott, Newark, N. J., Hev.
F. E. E. Hamilton, Newtonville, Mass ,
Rev. James A. Worilen, D. D„ Plilladel
phla. The Rt Hev. Maurice S. Baldwin,
D. D., Lord Bishop, tendon, Ont„ Rev.
D. N. Beach, Minneapolis, Rev. Arnold
Rtrenll, Manchester, England.
At the conclusion of the addresses In
each one of the twenty churches a
"quiet hour" will be introduced. It
le eipected tlist we shall llrten to the
"•till, small voice" calling for a deeper
spirit of consei ration, and that we shall
close Ihe opening meetings of the Con
vention on Wednesday, ™ well as the
fleeing services on Ihe Monday follow-
ing, with a season of spiritual com
munion with Hod that will stir In our
hearta a new-born desire for service.
Thesa seasons of quiet will he led by
Mr. C. N. Hunt, Minneapolis, Mr. Ralph
fllllani, Boston, Hev. A. D. Thaeler.
Winston, N. C , Mr. W. II. McClain, Ht.
«f spiritual power. The following I African Methodist Episcopal-Bishop
gamed pastors of Washington churches W. J. Gaines. D. P.. chairman, Atlanta.
Will preside over these twenty-three 1 Os. African Methodist Episcopal Zion
opening meetings: I —Bishop C. C. Petty, D. D., chairman,
Rev. S. H. Greene. D D . Rev. Howard New Berne, N. C. Baptist—Rev. C. A.
Wilbur Ennis, Rev. Isaac W. Canter. Barbour, chairman, Rochester, N. Y.
D. D., Rev. Frederick D. Power. D. D , 1 Canadian Preabyterian— Rev. W. B
Rev. Joseph T. Kelly. Rev. C arles A. Roid, chairman, Montreal. Christian
H. S. Williams, D. D, Memphis, Tran.
Rev. Theodore L Cuyler, D. D., Brook-
lyn. S. Y. Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman.
D. D„ Philadepbis. Rev. C. L. Work.
Cincinnati. 0. Rev. W. F. Wilson,
Toronto. Ont. Rev. H. M. Wharton, D
D„ Baltimore. Md. President B. L.
Whitman. D. P.. Washington, D. C.
Stakely, D. D., Rev. Tennis 8. Hamlin, —Rev. Prentice A. Canada, chairman. Rev. Cortland Myers, Brooklyn. N. Y.
D. D„ Rev. J. G. Butler. D. P.. Rev. ! Albany, N. Y. Church of God—Chair- In the Calvary Baptist Church from
Geo. N. Luccock, D. P . Rev. W. R. man not yet selected. Congregational ! 9.30 until noon will be h-?ld a platform
Stricklen, Rev. Theron Outwater. Rev. —Rev. W. E. Barton, P. D.. chairman
Walter H. Brooks. P. P., Rev. R. H. j Boston. Mass. Cumberand Presbyteri-
McKlm. P. P . Rev. A. W. Pltxer, P. P .' an—Rev. T. Ashburn, chairman. Evans-
Rev. Thomas Chalmers E2Ston. P. P.. | ville. Ind. Pisciples of Christ—Rev.
Rev Wm C. Alexander. P P., Rev. J. | Loyd Darsie, chairman. Buffalo, N. Y.
Russell Verbrycke, Rev. W. S. Ham- . Free Baptist Mr. E P. Metcalf. chair-
mond. P. P., Hev. R. A. Fisher. P. P | man, Providence, R. I. Fr:"nds—Chair-
Rev. Stephen M. Newman, P. P.. Rev. man not yet selected. German Societies
Oliver A. Brown. P. P., Rev. P. W. Skll- | —Chairman not yet selecied. Lutheran
linger. Rev John Allan Johnson. j —Rev. P. F. Garland, chairman, Balti-
In addition to the twenty meetings | more, Md. Methodist Protestant—Mr.
outlined above we are glad to present as Paul M. Strayer, chairman, Baltimore,
another part of the program for Md. Methodist Episcopal. Methodist
Wednesday three illustrated st^reopti- Episcopal South, Methodist of Canada
con lectures. Rev. George E. Lovejoy, | —(Joint Rally). Chairman not yet
of Stoneham, Mas*, will picture Ar- elected. Mnnonlte—Rev. N. B. Grubb
meeting devoted entirely to methods
of work for the Juniors. Tiere will be
brief practical papers upon the varioua
branches of work for the boys and glrla,
to be followed with informal dis-
cussions and open parliamenta.
Friday Afternoon. July lO.
Note-books will in demand
throughout the convention, but never
mor* so than upon Friday afternoon.
Christian Endeavor stands for service,
and through the work assigned th*
various committees it strives to be of
the bes? possible service to the churches
and communities. 'The school of
Flnt Congregational Church.—IUf.
J. m. Lowden, Olneyville, R. I., Presid-
ing. Address. "Faithfulness to Duty."
•Prof. A. L Reynolds, Adrian, Mich.
Open Parliament, The Pledge," Con-
ducted by Mr. W. 0. Atwood. Balti-
more, Md. Address, "Our ^uty to the
Sunday Evening Service,'" Rev. John
Favllle. Appleton, Wis.
Foundry M. E. Church —Rev. H. C.
Farrar, P. P.. Albany. N. Y., Presid-
ing. "The Three Elements of the
Pledge." (a) Private Pevotion. Rev.
George W. Miller. D. P., Batimore, Md.
(b) Support of Church Services, Rev.
J. H. Bomherger, Columbiana 0. (c)
Public Confession, Rev. W. H. York,
Ithaca, N. Y.
New York Avenue Presbyterian
Wtshtagton, D. C., will arrange Mr «be
pulpit supply of all the erangeiieal
thurchet ot Washington, both noratag
and ovsnlng, and la the delegates' pro-
gramme wo hop* to give a complete
and accurate list.
At Boston last year It waa thought
best to close the tents In the afternoon.
As the entertainment committee a!
Washington aasures ua that all the del e-
gates will bo located within the city
proper, and none at a very great dis-
tance from the tents and central
churches, it has been decided to have
meetings on Sunday afternoon.
At 3.30 there will be held denomlna-
tlonal missionary meetings. The meet-
ings will be held for one hour In the
same tents and churches that were
menia and its needs; Rev. Frank S.
liobins, Philadelphia, will give his lec-
ture, "The Celestial Empire and the
[.and of the Rising Sun," and the third
illustrated lecture will be given by Rev.
Frederick J. Stanley. Excursion man-
agers, please take good notice in ad-
vance that, should any of your dele-
gates be prevented from enj . lug the*e
opening sessions on Wednesday night,
on account of the excursion's not arriv-
ing in time for "unpacking and wash-
ing up," you will very likely find your
life in Washington "a grind," Be on
time! Try to arrive Wednesday morn-
ing. for, remember, the Washington
Endeavorers want to enjoy theae open-
ing meetings, and many of them will
not if you arc detained, for they desire
to see yon warmly received at the rail-
road stations and steamboat landings,
and safely escorted to your "stopping-
Thursday Morning. .Inly ft.
Promptly at t# n o'clock President
Clark will "officially" call the conven-
tion to order in Tent Washington,
methods." and committee conferences,
chairman, Philadelphia. Moravian— be held in churches, ind nothing
•Rev William H. Vogler. chairman. In- # iSe is planned to interfere with their
dlanapolis, Ind. Presbyterian—Rev. J. ' sueces
M. Patterson, D. D., chairman, De-
troit, Mich. Protestant Episcopal
in Canada and United States—Rev.
Canon J. B. Richardson, chairman.
London, Ont. Reformed Church in
America—Rev. W. B. Ackert, chair-
man, Hoboken, N. J. Reformed
Church in the United States—Chair-
man not yet selcted. Reformed Epis-
copal—Chairman not yet pelected. Re-
formed Presbyterian—Rev. T. Holmes
Committee Conferences. — 3.30-5.30.
p. m. Prayer Meeting—Mr. H. H.
Grotthouse, Dallas. Tex., chairman.
Social Commltttee—Mr. Bon Soper.
Oshkosh, Wis., Chairman Committee-
Chairman not yet selected.
Sunday School Committee—Mr. S. L.
Dixon, Springfield, Mass., chairman.
Temperance Committee—Mr. George
W. Coleman, Boston, Mass., chairman.
Christian Citizenship Committee-
Walker, chairman, Baltimore, Md. >fr> Edwin D. Wheelock, Chicago, 111.,
chairman. "Brotherhood" Committee
—Rev. R. W. Miller. Reading. Pa.,
chairman. Missionary Committee—
Chairman not yet selected.
Officers' Conference—2.30-4.00 p. m.
Corresponding Secretaries—Mr. J. M.
Lucas, Des Moines, Iowa, chairman.
Junior Superintendents—Miss Cordelia
! Jamison, Beltzhoover, Pa., chairman.
Thursday Mciit. . uiy ft. Missionary Superintendent! (State,
President Clark. Postmaster-General Local Union, and District)—Rev. Willis
W. L. Wilson and Hon. John Wana- , s. Hinman, Columbia, Pa., chairman,
maker will be the presiding officer* in Local Union Officers—Mr. William L.
the three tents. The general topic for 1 Turner, Jr., Philadelphia. Pa., chair-
Southern Presbyterian—Mr. W. R.
Gentry, chairman, Columbia, Mo.
United Brethren- Rev. J. P. Miller, D.
D., chairman. Harrisburg, Pa. United
Evangical—Chairman not yet selected.
United Presbyterian—*Rev. J. R.
Logue, chairman, Washington, Iowa.
Welsh Rally—♦Rev. John W. Jones,
chairman, Highlan ltown, Md.
these meetings, and also mfetings in
Central Hall and five churches, will be
Christian citizenship. Mr. Frank E.
Page, of Chicago, will preside in
Central Hall; Prof. W. W. Andrews, of
New Brunswick, in Calvary Baptist
Church; Mr. Rolla V. Watt, of San
Francisco, in the First Congregational
Church; Rev. E. R. Dllle, D. n„ San
Francisco, In the Foundry Methodist
Episcopal Church; Rev. William Pat-
terson, Toronto, in lhe First Preshy-
teriin Church; and Rev. Wayland Hoyt.
man. District Secretaries—Miss
Martha E. Race. Jacksonville, Fla..
chairman. State Officers—Judge L. J.
Kirkpatrick, Kokomo, Ind.. chairman.
Advance Endeavor Lines—3.30-5.30
p. m. Mo:hers' and Parents' Societies
—•Mrs. J. F. Griffin. Topeka, Kan. In-
termediate and Senior Societies—Chair-
man not yet pelected. Floating Soci-
eties—?liss A. P.Jonee, Falmonth.Mass.
Work for Life-savers and Life-stations
—Rev. J. I .ester Wells, Jersey City. N.
J. Travelers' I'nion of Christian En
I). I)., Philadelphia, in the New York I deavor—*Mr. C. W. Summerfield, Phila-
Avenue Presbyterian Church. Speak- I delphia. Pa.
ers for these meetings so far engaged I rn<t y sight. .Inly m
HKV I'RANCIH ft.ARK. ti, I).
Preeidenl t'hii*u«n Kndeaiar.
Louie. Mr. Cha II lloldrege, Obteaga,
Ha*. w, r MeCauley. Toledo, O., Hev.
Part 0. Oilmen. Newark, N. J., Rev.
P. M. ntaa*rald. Ktmsvllle, Tent., Kef,
Ok W. Blew art. Mackinaw, III,, Nee
Heads, Hhilsdeipbia.Hev T. O.
a, Clark, B. D. Her, ckas A.
York, (*«■., Mr. Wltllaa T.
Her 0. W. ftlaar,
Mass. He*, t T. Hart, Hal-
Mr «**«• H. Oral, Mailia,
i H turner, bmr. M„ Mr,
A. Hiapart*. M. t. Mr.
AfMMt W Rally. Hwetna
Mr. In ti Haakar *1111* pt*esa« aad
mmm It aakiat Ik* bmumi mnu
JOHN W. IIAER.
which will be known as official head-
quarters throughout the convention.
Upon the platform of Tent Washington
will be the desk of President Clark.
Secretary Baer, chairman of the con
ventlon's "business" committee, and to
whom maters of business, resolutions,
etc., may be referred, will make his
headquarters at Tent Washington, and
will be found at his desk, upon the
platform, dining the sessions of the
We Khali first be greeted hy the three
large choirs, each of not !e>s than one I
thousand voices. The first familiar
face and flgur" to direct your attention
and afterwards your singing will be
Mr. rercy H. Foster, who for three je\r.:
has led our convention choruses. The
other two leaders of the large choirs
are Mr. 1'eier Hllhorn ind Mr. E, <)
Escell. These two consecrated singers
raise their batons for the fir.-;t time at
an International Christian Endeavor
Convention. And right here let nie
say that more than ever will the music
be made an Important part of every
session throughout the entire conven
tlon. Mr. Charles S. Clark, Ihe chair-
man of Ihe music committee, has many
plans which will mret your hearty ap-
proval. In addition lo evangelistic
songs by Mr. Hankey, Mr. E. O. Excell,
Mr. Illlhorn, Mr. Foster, and *Mr.
I.amli, Ihe committee will Introduce
soloists from Washington a', different
limes during the convention. The
Park sisters are eipected. and asso-
ciated with Ihem ss cornetlsts will be
Mr. anil Mr« Mafl E. HwMgh. ''"n
cord, N. II.; Mr. Alonro Youngs, Wash-
ington, II. (V; ami William Alouto Ex-
cell, Chicago, III.
You will be welcomed In Tent Wssh
Inglon by Mr, W, II. II. Hmlth, the
ibalrman of the "Committee nf "M;"
In Tent Wllltston hy Hev H. II. Ilreene,
II. I)., pastor of Calvary Hip>l<t Church
and In Tent Endeavor by the chairman
of the Hoard nf Cnmmls ilnm rs of the
IHstrlct of Columbia, Hon John W
Ross. Mr. niles Kellogg, president of
ihe California I'nion. will respond in
Tent Wsshlngton lllsk'ip Alexander
Wsllers. |l. Il. of .letsey I'lly, In Tent
Kndmvoi; and H> t Csnon J, II, Mb h
srdson, of Isindon. tin!. In Tent Wil
listen In addition to ih« ssreetarjr'a
aanual report, which will lie giysn in
tba three t nta, President Clark'* *n-
•aal address will b* presented la etrh
need**. The presiding officer* in the
teata to assist President Clark st the
opening sessions will be Hey. H. II
Oraaa *«d Re*. T. ■. ItsMlia, b. tt
WlimWl artereeee, dels 0.
The denemlnatlnnsl rslllet win h*
held on Thursday sfternooh in (he
ekarehs* t Washinatoti The ehair-
Hten are all reK^itatlva tnen la tfceir
denomiaaliehp and ihey will have the
keertiaet support at every Christian
Hey. R, S. MacArthur, P. I>.. New
York city. President Wm. I<". Slocum.
Jr., Colorado Springs. Col. Mr. Booker
T. Washington. Tuskegee, Ala. Rev.
P. S. Henson, It. I)., Chicago, III. Rev
Alexander Alison, I). 11., New York
city. Rev. M. F. Trox"ll, Springfield,III.
Hev. William Rader, Sin Francisco,
Cal. Bl-hop Alexander Walters, I). I)..
Jersey City, N. J. Rev. J. W. Flfleld,
Chicago, III. Bishop Abram Grant, I)
I).. Atlanta, C.a. Rev. H. K. ( arroll, IJ.
IX, New York city. Rev. F.
E. E. Hamilton, Newtonvllle,
Mass. Rev. Joseph Brown Morgan
Chester, Eng. Rev. J. T. McCrory,D.D.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Hon. S. E. Nicholson,
Kokomo. Ind. Hev. Richard Richard,
Bristol, Eng. Hev. I. E. Roberts, Man-
Christian Endeavor stands for total
abstinence, and is against the saloon
and liquor traffic. The following speak-
ers will speak upon those phases of
linn. Neal !>ow. Portland, Me. Rev
Henry II. Russell, Columbus, ()., Rev.
C, II Mead. New York City. •Mr.
Thomas Murphy, New York city. Hon
II I, Castle, Pittsburg, Pa. Miss Jessie
\ Vkermin, Chlrago. Ill, Mrs. Ruth
That, the utizrns of Washington may
have an opportunity to hear some nf
the convention speakers, Tent Wash
ingtnn, upon Friday night, will be re-
served for thcta. President Clark will
preside, and Rev. .1. L.Withrow, D. I).,
Chicago, will speak; his topic Is "Meet-
nes3 for the Master's I'se." Rey, Dr.
Wayland lloyt's address is entitled
"Christian Endeavor an Evangelistic
There are eight large meetings
planned for Endeavorers. In Tent
Wllliston Mr. Ira D. Sankey will pre
side. There will be two addresses, one
"Christian Endeavor and Missions,"
Rev. J. E. Pounds, 1). I), Indianapolis
Ind.; the other "The Two Crusades,
•Rev. A. C. Crews, Toronto, Ont. The
speakers in Tent Endeavor will be
Bishop B. W. Arnett, D. D„ Wllber-
force, O., and Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman
D. D., Philadelphia.
Tho other six meetinzs are r'snned
with particularly practical topics of
especial interest to Endeavorer*.
Central Hall I'rof. James l^wls
Howe, Lexington. Vs.. Presiding. Ad
dre^s ' Individual Responalblllly for
Soul Winning." Bishop J. W. Ilott, I)
D., Cedar Rapids, Iowa Open I'arlia
ment on Evangellstl - Methods, Con-
OLD CHRIST'S CHURCH.
Where George Washington Worshipped.
linker Boston. Mass Rev. J. W. Ham riucted by *Mr. A. G I^fflngwell. Apple-
j ilion. I) It, Cincinnati, o Mr. W. L.
| Hoard. Wllherforcp, o. 'Rev, 1), F.
MiGlll, I>. 1)., Allegheny, Pa.
t'rtila? Morning. Jul? IA.
"Saved lo Serve'' will be the general
ton, Wis. Address, "The Sword nf the
Spirit," Rev. Ford C. Otiinan. Newark.
Cslfary Baptist Church Rev Ralph
W. Broksw. Springfield. Miss . Presld-
Ml It, * %
KT. JOIIS'H CIH IU II.
Kro n la Washington as the "Church of flints*
topic for the enure day. Esoh year the
Christian Kad.svor a ietiee are be-
coming mnr* snd mora an evangelistic
tare*, and our mnventlons are there-
fore, nnder Hod « guidance, great *g r
glfltflg dynamos The m*etihgs will b
held in the three tent* The rpeakar*
who have soepie.i Invitations to make
addree.e. for Friday morning ar«:
B v John Neil, Toratie, Ont. Rev
ing. "Frank talks witfe Our Associate
Mem tiers." ia) Who Mhould Do lit
Hey J. L Campbell, D, ti, Naw York
eiiy. (hi When should II Ho lions5
Rev Parley H lartmsn, IMiytoa, 0
liisi'ission Conducted by Mr. fl.
Rail. Montgomery, Ala. Ad.ii**>, "tn-
dlvldusl Me=pon«lblllly far ll<Ml-Wlg-
ning." Rev. Rufua W. Mulferd, b. It
Church.—Rev. George B. Stewart, D.
D., Harrisburg, Pa., Presiding. Ad-
dress, "How May the Society Help the
Pastor?" *Rev. Asher Anderson.
Meriden, Conn. Discussion Conducted
by Mr. T. J. Connor, Fayettevllle, Ark.
Address. "How May the Pastor Help
the Society?" Rev. Scott F. IIer3hey,
Ph. D.. Boston, Mass.
Firat Presbyterian Church.—Rev. M.
F. Troxell, Springfield, III., Presiding.
"Our Work." <«) "Duties To He
Done," Mr. J. Edward Knipp. Balti-
more, Md. (hi "Dangers To Be En-
countered," Rev, A. F. Rl'hardson.
Grafton. W. Va. fcl "Encourage-
ments To Be Given," '•Rev. S. Ross
McClements, Ph. D. Plttsfon. Ta. (d)
■ Results To Be Aimed At," Rev. Matt
Hughes. Minneapolis, Minn.
Katarriay Morning, ,Vnly II-
"North America for Christ" will be
Ihe central thought for Saturday, the
exercises being held outdoors during
the day. At 9 a. m., thero will be a
patriotic open-air praise service, held
at the Washington Monument. At 9.30
a march ia planned through Pennsyl-
vania Avenue to the Capitol, where
brief addresses will be made. This is
the first time anything of the kind has
ever been planned, and w-e believe the
Endeavorers will be glid !o march up
the principal avenue of our nation's
capital, to the atep of "Onward
IUllM,r Af'.rnonn .Inly II.
The annual Junior rally will be hwld
at 2.30 In Tent Washltig'on. The fro-
gramine Is far from complete, but the
main feature, an exercise by tha boys
and girls.is all prepared.anil th* Was fa-
in g'nn Juniors are hard >t work now
upon it. The exercise is enlitlad "The
Juniors' Love of Country," by Mrs.
Jamea L. Hill, Sakm. Ma*-.
At 1.30 Saturday af'"rn"on. under
the leadership of Mr. Percy S. Foster,
the combined choirs, numbering about
four thousand voiies, will give a grand
patriotic vesper service upon the
"While Lot." near the While llousa.
It Is hoped that the chorus will ha as-
sisted by the celebrated Marine Band.
At * o'rlock will be th« opening lime
for Slate and Provincial receptions In
ihe thirty-three churches u-ed aa
"headquarters." These gatherings are
entirely under Ihe direction of the
presidents of Slain and Territorial
unions Reserve Saturday nighl!
While the Endeavor"rs are enjoying
their receptions and rallies, I he three
large tents will lie used fur meetings
for citizens, and cltliens only.
In Tent Washington a unique, and
we pray a blessed, service has been
planned It will lie for men only. A
< hoir of male voire* will lead Ihe slng
Ing, conducted by Peter P. Illlhorn
There will be a brief In.roditctory ad-
dress hy Evangelist C N Hunt, of Mln
neapolla, after which Rev. J, Wilbur
Chapman, ti. !>, will speak. The
meeting Is entirely under Dr. Chap
man's dire non. In Tents Wllliston and
Tent Endeavor ihe speakers will all
lie trustees of Ihe I'ni'ed Koi'lelv nf
Christian Endea^r The general topic
wilt ha, "Christian Kndenvor. lis Alms
aad Possibilities ' We hope these eltl-
sens' meetings will be largely aliegilH.
They are an Innovation, but o*ea thai
we he|la\e have inln> lo stay. Th« fal-
lowing trustees will apeak In Tenia
Endeavor and Wllllaton:
Rev. J. X. Tvler, II. |l. Cleveland
Hon. John Wanamaker, Philadelphia
Rev. II. (V Farrar, ti. ti, Albany, Rev
f. A. Dickinson, ti ti, tloelna. Rat
J. T. Berkley, ti, ti. Naw Yard city.
Ra*. D. J Burred, f , D,,Na* York ally.
Ra*. N Bovnton, ti. D , Hatreit. Mav
M. Rhodes, ti. t>„ fl« tool*.
IMHMlar tt state#. My It,
Tha regular rhurck servleaa at Iba
morning will k* •Heated! r
•ekoola it i aad afaarkiafl sefvieea *i
tana A •oHialtlea, *ad*r the leadar
,Mp af Re*. T*«aM A Manila, ft. D.
used for denominational rallies oa
Thursday. The same chairmen will
preside. We believe these meeting*
will be a a profitable as any of the en-
tire convention, and speakers of recog-
nized ability and consecration will b*
At 4.45 will be held two evangellstle
meetings in Tents Washington and En-
deavor. Rev. B. Fay Mills will hav*
charge of one, and the other will b*
under direction of Rev. J. Wilbur Chap-
At the same hour, in Central Hall, a
meeting for Sabbath observance Is call
ed. Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler, D. D.. of
Brooklyn, N. Y„ will preside, and thi
speakers are Mrs. Henry T. McEwen
New York city; Rev. J. B. Davison
Milwaukee, Wis.; Rer. Alexander All
son. D. P., New York city; and Re*
Wilbur F. Crafts. Washington, D. C.
NosSsf Movslsi. July I a
The closing day o( tho feast wlr
stand for "World-Wide Endeavor."
In Tent Endeavor will be held a meet-
ing la the interests of the suffering
Armenians. It la hoped Hon. John W.
Foster will preside. The speakers a1-
ready engaged for this meeting ar*
Miss Rebecca Krikorian, Mi-s Margaret
W. Leltch, Jaffna. Ceylon, and Re*.
B. Fay Mllla. In Tents Wllliston an4
Washington th# meetings will be undei
the auspices of the World's Christian
Endeavor I'nion. President Clark will
preside In one tent, and Treaanrei
Shaw la tba ether. 1
In one of these meeiings vlsitln*
mlsslonarlea will be Intro lured, and I*
the other tbe Endeavor volunteers foi
the mieslon fields, home end foreign.
NraSar ttlnssM. Jaly 13.
Moaday afternoon, like Sunday after-
noon, I* left "open," so that the del*
galea may have time to \ I wit the polntl
of Interest wlihout sacrificing any o
Ihe sessions of Ihe convention.
MmnIii Nlgkl. <>str IS.
The closing sessions of the conven-
tion will be held In Ihe thrssi tenia
Central Hall, and Ave Urge churches
In each place our marching ordera will
be suggested by a sermon, and thst II
lie followed by consecration meeting*
Treasurer Christian Knde**nr.
President Clark, flei retary Beer aal
Treasurer flhaw *111 preaid* la lb*
•All speaker* market with aa a
tertsk have not yel positively accepted
All Ibe rallroata will give reduced
rata* ia Waablagtaa for Ibe great Ma-
deavor tonveatioa The faearll*
raalea are aa fellaaw! Ckiesge, Hark
lelaat aat Paeitc Hy., Wabaab, M.
UhIi aat PamMe Hy.: Atebisna. T
aeka aat Raaia ra My.; Mtssaart, Kaa-
aaatat Taaa* Hy.;Chicago Hurllagtaa
aat Q*lacy Ry.i cbieaga aat Narib-
weetera Hy I'kleaga aad Haatera Illi-
nois Rv . Wisconsin Ceair*l retlway.
rbieaga aat Oreai Weetera railway
Mlebnatt Ceatral Ry , Ubt Hbar* aat
Miebigea «mith ta Hy. Illiaata Oeatrai
Ry **d t'hessyeab* aat Okie,
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Perry & Welch. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 24, 1896, newspaper, June 24, 1896; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111790/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.