Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California
6 May 1911

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6 May 1911

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 06, 1911, Oakland, CaliforniaSaturday evening Oakland Tribune May 6 191f the Pat list Rev b l Brittin to occupy pulpit of fourth congregational Rev Benjamin l Brittin former Pas Tor of the presbyterian Church of Bell Dere Illinois who received a Call to tha fourth congregational Church of this City will preach his first Sermon Tomor Row morning in that Church thirty sixth Arr Grove Street the subject of his address Wir the Forward step new pastor the successor to Kev Frederick Maar who resigned from the pastorale some months ago owing to ill health for Many years the retired preacher Clevo Terl his Energy to the up building of the Parish last Rev or Brittin preached in the fourth congregational Church Vebere he created a favourable impression and in the latter part of March he was called by the trustees and deacons of the Church to the pulpit he arrived Here from Oregon Illinois last thursday even ing Rev or Brittin is a graduate of Hast Ings College Nebraska and the Mccormac theological Seminary of Chicago the members of the fourth congregational Church will tender Rev and mra Brittin a reception tuesday evening May 1s in the Parlours of the Church where the newcomers will be welcomed the program for the evening has not As yet been announced Christian science first Church of Christ scientist seventeenth and Franklin born Les at 11 n m and 8 p m subject Adam and fallen Man sunday school fat a m wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 3 Oclock Reading room in the Church edifice open from 12 m to 4 p Christian science Reading room 99 Bacon Block twelfth and Washington streets open week clays from a m to 0 p m excepting wednesday even ing from 7 to 9 p in second Church of Christ scientist Vrlec lerp Hail fort second Street and Telegraph services at 11 a m subject Adam and fallen Man sunday school a m wednesday evening testimonial Mealing at s Oclock free Reading room at 4013 Telegraph Avenue open from 2 to p m except scientist sundays and holidays third Church of Christ Fruitvale masonic Temple East four Teneth Street and thirty seventh Avenue sort los at 11 a m subject fallen Man sunday school a m wednesday testimonial at meeting a p m free Reading room at f ast fourteenth Street open from to p m also saturdays from 7 to 9 p m fourth Church of Christ scientist Washington Hall sixth Avenue and Bast twelfth service a at 11 a subject Adam and fallen Man sunday school at a m wednesday us testimonial service at 8 Oclock hrs Stan science society of Elmhurst sunday services i o o f Hall East fourteenth Street and ninety second a or Fruitvale Christian Church foul Avalo Street miss Madaline theron gifted soloist who will sing to Morrow at the devotional services in the Golden Gate Baptist Church at the mens league will have entire charge of the service the speaker will be or d m Kanclier who was at Sacramento during the entire session of the legislature his subject will be political social and moral Reform legis lation enacted at Sacramento special 11a m subject the into science of character introductory address president Taft and sir Edward Grey sunday school at 10 a m religious study class at Sermon topics for my 1911 May 7 the new science of character May 14 music by a male quartet the service j biographical Sermon Iii Charlotte Cush will Mark the third anniversary of the founding of the congregational brother Hood of America Bapt str first Baptist Church Corner of Jones and Telegraph a m Bible school 11 a m Sermon by Hev b q Woods subject the Cross a Burden or a glory communion service p m Rev e q Woods will speak on some things Money cannot buy swedish Baptist Church Hev b l Carlton a m the Philathea and Barca Bible classes meet at this hour for Bible study morning service at 11 Oclock subject Young Peoples meeting 6 p m evening service the newly appointed state missionary Hev a col Vin will speak midweek prayer meet ing wednesday evening Cla Renion Baptist Church Alcatraz Avenue and Bervenue Street Rev g a Martel subject do the Pead live evening subject the passion play midweek prayer meeting wednesday p m tenth Avenue Baptist Church Corner tenth Avenue and East fourteenth Street pastor Rev Orville Coats Resi Dence the Barrows eleventh and Oak at 11 a m and p m morning subject religious in evening subject the right Road to the bight billboard suggestion sunday school at p m classes Lor adults Young men and Man May 21 Sermon by Rev Florence Buck Alameda May 28 Liberal religion in the storm and stress of life episcopal St Andrews episcopal Church twelfth and Magnolia streets priest in charge Kev Jas communion 11 a communion service Tours in c up your Hopkins special musical service p m Organ Wagner Magnifica Stainer in Flat Nune Dimattis Stainer in Flat Battle forever with the Gounod or w a Milner Soprano Solo selected mrs Albert Clark subject our evening subject in the mosaic dispensation sunday pm Mchatton i Young women b t p u at p midweek service wednesday Baptist Church Hev Francis m Archer subject Good evening subject super natural sunday school at school a m Christian Endeavor 7 m St marys at the 11 a m High mass at St marys eighth and Jefferson streets the Oakland conservatory of music choir and or Chestra under the direction of prof Adolph Gregory will sing Gounod Messe so Lenelle soloists of the mass will be miss Gina i a Vickie Soprano miss Mario Spuller Alto Louis j Spuller Tenor nor mini p Wilkle Basso the interludes postlude and preludes will be by Gounod b y p u at Oclock the interest in the life of Christ will be revived next sunday evening at the Claremont Baptist Church Alcatraz Avenue when Rev a w rider d d will give his famous lecture on the passion or rider visited this past summer and is very enthusiastic concerning the dramatic and religious aspects of the play by special arrange ments with the lecturer we Are Able to during the offering the choir will sing offer the following scenes and Tableaux Gounod s Avo verum with orchestral Elmhurst Baptist Church re mans accompaniment will deliver the Rev father Kennedy Sermon its Adolph Gregory wll preside at the Organ in the evening at there will a Rosary de Votion during which suitable numbers will to suns by the choir followed by Benediction of the Blossom sacrament Rev father Dempsey will preach the Sermon congregational first congregational Church twelfth and Clay Chas Leon Mears will preach both morning and evening fourth congregational Church Corner Provo and thirty sixth streets Rev Nenje Nln l Brittin non by Brit Len pastor at p m Market Street congregational Church and Market streets Rev i Ilith Griffiths subject Early problems of christianity Fruitvale congregational Church fruit Vale Avenue and East sixteenth Street Button m Palmer n m forbidden p m going th3 second meeting of t p 1 Plymouth congregational Church pied Mont Avenue near Moss Avenue Rev Al Bert w Palmer a m the open p m the last ses inn of the legislature in the the pastor Rev Benjamin l a m preaching by p m sunday school at if the stomach is too weak to properly digest your Root iry it strengthens tones and invigorates the entire Diges Tive system Start today Oriti acknowledge its Stipek Jority andantino miss Ethel Long Lemare Organ Solo Christian the morn Shelley the Radiant lift up your Organ at this service the choir of St Phil lips erupt Vale will assist Trinity Church Telegraph and Twenty ninth Street Rev Clifton Macon Rector Rev f Augustus Martyr communion a m sunday school 10 a m Litany and holy communion 11 a m evening prayer and Sermon p m holy innocents Chapel Shattuck be tween fifty fourth and fifty fifth he a c Austin Short sermons for Busy readers text Shah Iron break the Northern Iron and the Miah this text or proverb possesses a local colouring a local setting and a local significance by the Iron in the Early part of the text we Are to understand the common Iron the Northern Iron much More costly harder and better the text has reference to Jeremiah in his relation to the jewish people the weeping Prophet shrank from the Dis charge of the solemn duties which god Laid upon him toward his people so god promised to Maka of him an Iron pillar and a Brazen Wall to those whom he preached unwelcome truths thus the people could not prevail against the preacher every preacher often has to utter truths which he would rather not express if by silence he could be Loyal to god and faithful to the people practically god says be faithful but Here we have a broader truth several lines of thought diverging from the text lower element of ma2t the lower Triumph in Man shall the lower elements of our Ufa Triumph Over the higher fallen As we Are there is still something of the Angel As Well As much of the Demon in every human life shall the Iron of the pts of old nature break the Northern Iron and steel of the new nature in Christ Jesus the experience of the apostle Paul is our daily experience when i do Good evil is Ever present with me of wretched Man that i am who shall deliver me from tha body of this death the apostle refers to the ancient custom of tyrants of binding a dead body to captives but we also know something of the other experience thanks be to god who gave us the Victory through our lord there is therefore now no condemnation to them which Are in Christ Jesus we All have a Damp dark basement in our soul House we All May also have a Bright and Beautiful Balcony resplendent with the glory of heaven world Jagd the Church the world conquer the Church there is War Between the world and the Church but the Church is overcoming the world god said no weapon that is formed against thee shall Prosper gods Church is the Apple of his Eye engraved on the Palms of his hand we say with Lowell and behind the dim unknown stand eth god within the Shadow keeping watch above his own Power of satan satan overcome Christ the word of god gives us a progressive revelation of satan in the temptation of the first Adam he was Only a Serpent in the old testament we have a Fuller manifestation oif his character temptation of the second Adam was a person in All his satanic nature Jesus Christ came into direct personal conflict with him in those three temptations we have the essence of every temptation that overcomes to a child of god but Jesus struck the sceptre from the hand of satan and the Crown from his brow and he never recovered from that blow and we All May use the same weapon that Jesus sword of the spirit the word of god and through Jesus we May overcome the wicked one res i c Austin is pastor of the Golden Gate Baptist Church in the Church thursday evening May 11 Centennial methodist Church ninth and Chester streets Alfred j Case Pas subject foundations in the evening the series of revivals at Union Street presbyterian Church will close Sermon by evangelist Williams the last invitation Junior and intermediate leagues at 3 Oclock prayer meeting wednesday evening 8 Oclock methodist episcopal Church Twenty fourth Avenue w c Robins pastor residence 1210 East fifteenth vices at 11 a m and p m sunday school at with classes for All grades streets Kev r f Augustus Martyr i Epworth league will meet at the Hall Rev j s Cato a m sunday school p m song and preaching service Rev c h Clay will preach Bethany Baptist Church Allendale Rev j s Cato p in sunday school 4 pm worship and Sermon subject the militant Christ in the twentieth Century thursday 745 midweek service Friday 3 p m Chil Drens mooting cavalry Baptist Church West Street near twelfth Street Rev Jay Pruden a m Bible school Evange list will speak on habit 11 a m Sermon will our friends know us in heaven by evangelist Billy Wil Liams 3 p m the drummer evangelist will address a meeting for men Only no one under 14 years of age will be admit Ted p m Young p m the closing Venice of the revival will be held in the Union Street presbyterian guru ii Golden Gate Baptist Church Rev a c Austin a martyrdom a deliverance a divine judgment Bible school 1215 in the evening there will be a musical program followed by an address by the pastor presbyterian the first presbyterian Church Corner fourteenth and Franklin streets Sev i l goodspeed pastor Rev w a Horn a m service subject p m subject the alternative Bible school at a chinese Bible school at p m Chris Tian Endeavor at p m mid Eric service on wednesday evening at 745 subject a christians growth Emmanuel presbyterian Church forty ninth Street two blocks East of Telegraph Avenue Rev Alfred is Street pastor morning subject election Sermon the Good evening subject de i Mons and Swine Bible school a m Junior society 3 p m Christian Endeavor teacher training tues Day 3 p m prayer meeting wednes Day p in Centennial presbyterian Church Cor Ner Twenty fourth and Talcott avenues East Oakland Kev Herbert e Hays at ill a m and p subject character and evening subject satan lies v sunday school at a m Christian Endeavor at p m prayer meeting wednesday at p m Brooklyn presbyterian Church twelfth Avenue and East fifteenth Street Rev h k Sanborn the misunderstood evening subject gods grip arid Oure Iri the evening at music by a Large chorus i choir of Young people wednesday May 110 preparatory service United presbyterian Church Corner eighteenth and Castro streets Rev John j g Dick a m theme con i p m theme Heyoung Man who run away Sabbath school a m c e meeting p m wednesday prayer meeting unitarian 10 a m morning prayer and Sermon 11 a m evening prayer and Sennon p m St Pauls Church grand Avenue and Webster Street Rev Alexander Allen Rector Hev r Franklin Hart assistant m holy communion a m sunday school 11 a m morning service Sermon by Rev Francis Moody Field Secretary of the state commission on marriage and divorce 4 p m confirmation class 5 p in vespers with address Chapel of the Good Samaritan the Little Church at the Corner of Oak and ninth a m morning be Rynce the Rev Walter h Hatcliffe will officiate 2 p m sunday school s p m evening service the Rector will officiate St Johns Church eighth and Grove Street Rev Edgar f gee pastor holy communion at choral eucharist and Sermon at 11 Oclock choral Evensong at Oclock Bishop Sanford will administer the confirmation rite in St Johns Church May 14 when a Large class will be confirmed methodist episcopal Grace methodist episcopal Church Market and thirty fourth streets w m Pickard subject Pilgrim starts on a journey being the first Sermon in a series on the pilgrims Progress in the evening mrs m e Roberts of Lincoln neb will speak on americas claim on women being a discussion of some of th3 problems that confront the nation and women part in their solution sermons on the pilgrims Progress a series of sunday morning addresses by Rev w m Pickard pastor of Grace methodist episcopal Church Market and thirty fourth in streets subjects Pil grim starts on a journey in the House of the interpreter the Lions in the Way fight with apol Lyon doubting Castle vanity fair the delectable mountains and the celestial City the addresses will be delivered throughout the months of May and june commencing tomorrow morning Medroso methodist episcopal fifty fourth and Wentworth avenues Robert son Burley subject the holy ghost and fire evening subject the Mission Sun Day school a m intermediate league 3 p m concert by male voices we Are so confident that we can fur Nish Relief for indigestion and dyspepsia that we Promise to Supply the Medicine ire of All Cost to everyone who uses it according to directions who is not perfectly satisfied with the results we exact no promises and put no one under any obligation whatever surely nothing Souid be fairer we Are located right Here where you live and our reputation should by sufficient Assurance of the genuineness of our offer we want every one who is troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia in any form to come to our store and get a Box of Rexall dyspepsia tablets take them Home and give them a reasonable trial according to directions they Are very pleasant to take the soothe the irritable stomach strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs promote a health and natural Bowel action almost immediately relieve nausea and stomach Irrl tation produce healthy digestion and assimilation and promote nutrition three sizes 25c 50c and is remember you can obtain Rexall remedies Only at the first unit atrium Corner fourteen i and owl drug co inc tenth and washing Castro William Day Siton thirteenth and Broadway sixteenth monds and Sermon at i Acyl san Pablo pastor will preach at both services subject for evening service the Elco Nolc value of the Bible in civil government Shattuck Avenue methodist episcopal Church Corner of Shattuck Avenue and sixty third Street Oak Ltd Rev w w Case d d subject conscience what is it is it a Safe guide evening subject it shall come to pass that in the last Days the eighth Avenue Church methodist episcopal eighth Avenue and East seventeenth Street borrow minister Rev 11 Leon l Loof m tee enthroned p m neglected warning at both services evangelist c r Haufle Schield Chicago will preach and also each evening during the week except saturday at after noon Bible lectures each Day be ginning tuesday sunday school c c Lombard superintendent Epworth league at j a Berger Leader first methodist episcopal Church fourteenth and Clay Rev George w White pastor Rev win c Poole assistant Geo w White will preach 11 a m heart p m the eyes of the soul norwegian danish twentieth bet Wen m san e Cli urch Pablo and Telegraph avenues Rev Frank a scar vie subject seeing the land he fell evening subject Beautiful appearance but no fruit Young Peoples devotional meeting Sun Day 7 p m midweek prayer meeting and Bible study wednesday 8 p m Young Peoples social meeting with pro Gram thursday 8 p m Allendale Avenue methodist episcopal Church Corner Liege and Allendale a a m Sermon by the pastor Rev j c Elkins subject the changing p m Sermon by pastor subject service new pastor to speak Rev Benjamin l Brittin new pastor of the fourth congregational Church Grove and thirty sixth streets will preach his first Sermon tomorrow morn ing Brittin comes from the East where he has been very successful to continue lectures the Campaign conducted at the eighth Avenue methodist Church under the leadership of evangelist Haudenshield has continued during the week with in creasing interest the attendance has grown from Day to afternoon Bible lectures have outgrown the lec Ture room of the Church and will be continued next week beginning tuesday of it Enron at in the Church auditorium the evening services will be held each evening except saturday at about Twenty meetings Are announced for Sun Day the Central ones Are in the Church at the Corner of eighth Avenue and East seventeenth Street at 11 Oclock when or Haudenshield Speaks on the enthroned Christ and at when his subject is a neglected warning Advent Christian Advent Christian Church thirty third Street near West Street h w Hewitt a m morn ing service 11 Oclock subject Why speak of bringing the King Back l w meeting evening service subject conditions of the spirit fill lutheran our Savior danish lutheran Church East fifteenth Street and second Avenue m n Andreasen sunday school with m morning service 11 Evensong Sermon 8 p m wednesday monthly business meeting 8 p thursday Toung Peoples society 8 a m first English lutheran Church sixteenth and Grove ser vice 11 a m and p m r w s Hoskinson formerly of Sacramento will conduct services both morning and even ing Zions German lutheran Church Cor Ner twelfth and Myrtle streets h thess subject Sor Row turned into Joy evening subject the Bible sunday school a m Athens Avenue lutheran Church near san Pablo Avenue and Twenty fifth Street e s Belgum at 11 a m and 8 p m sunday school 10 a m St Pauls English lutheran Church thirty second and Linden streets Rev s b Hustvedt 10 a m service 11 a m business meeting thursday 8 p m Christian first Christian Church grand Avenue and Webster Street one lock East of the key Houte inn Rev Thomas a Boyer the obscure apostles evening christianity As old As creation or the gospel a replication of the Law of nature sunday school at a m prof h c Ingram superintendent Loyal sons Loyal daughters the mens club and the meeting of the m m c at tie sunday school hour Christian Endeavor at p m miscellaneous the fraternal Circle of spiritualism has moved to Lincoln Hall 352 fifteenth Street message circles at p m mrs Stearns of san Francisco mrs Eills mrs and mrs Smith will take part in the service divine science services will to held at the nest Reading rooms 719 fourteenth Street sunday at 11a m address by mrs Helen close the spiritual Aid society will meet to Morrow at p m workers mrs a Smith an mrs t Loewen second spiritual Church i o b b Hall 214 san Pablo Avenue near sixteenth service at 2 p m conference meeting at 8 p m messages by or r a Stltt and mrs Gorden Flower Reading by mrs oilman and mrs Marian Harmey music by mrs Cyrus Trinity spiritual Church 521 twelfth evening service conduct by mrs Beers with messages and lecture at p m first Temple of spiritualism Rice Institute mrs Florence Heckman pastor will the evening the closing address will be delivered by the pastor mrs Heckman mrs Lora e Wells and others will also speak International Bible students association will hold its regular sunday meet Ings at Starr King Hall fourteenth end Castro streets at 2 p m discourse by elder w l Dimock subject the worlds great judgment Day Bible study 4 p m lecture Hamilton Hall thirteenth and Jefferson streets sunday at 8 p m by k b Netland subject some problems of existence first spiritual Church of Oakland Athens Avenue near san Pablo Avenue sunday 2 p m Healing and messages lecture and messages at s Oclock by or Preston or Shaw and mrs j n Parsons tuesday p m Healing and test Circle wednesday 8p m experience and test meeting mrs Tyler Moulton will speak on Fly enc phenomena1 tomorrow after noon at in Juanita Hall 322 san Pablo Avenue u the Over do its duty nine times in Tea when the liver right tit stomach Aad bowels Are night Carters Little Uver pills gently Bat firmly Coas ittle Iver pm Lutian sick Heladie digest after eat cd Small i snub data Saul j genuine1 Aii Beu signature thanks for the response by secretaries of lodges to our suggestion about your Job printing lodges and churches will find the Oakland Tribune Job printing photo engraving and bindery departments As thoroughly modern moderate in Price and ably managed As any on the coast for your next order our prices s Appeal and our work satisfies Oakland 528 Home a 4151 Cor 8th and Franklin Road of a thousand wonders Low grades excellent ser vice personally conducted cars to Chicago Washington new Orleans St Louis Cincinnati summer excursion tickets honoured let us enlighten you How you can save Money ticket and third Ecith streets Oakland Oakland sixteenth Street depot Oakland first and Broadway depot Oakland seventh and Broadway depot american republics Honor Andrew Carnegie Washington May car Negie received what he Calls his greatest Mark of Honor when 21 american republics bestowed on him a Gold medal bearing on one Side the words Bene Factor of humanity Ana on theother the american republics to Andrew Carnegie according to Barrett director general of tha Panama american a Jolon it was the first time in history that such i a tribute from so Many nations had been paid to an individual Senor de Zama Cona mexican ambassador to the United states made the speech of presentation Secretary Knox presided and president Taft Sloke in Eulogy of the gifts which Carnegie has Mede for the cause of Universal peace the ceremonies were held at the pan american Union build ing s won toss 08 else Hersi get the v original a Chituc halt churn extract i pow Boi not i any milk Trust Home 1910 was a very Good seller for Gibbs Breeb wine now for 1911 we will try our utmost to keep Niersberger to the front How can we do lit by paving our patrons Good Seice and the very Best in wine what California produces we Are practical growers and Mak ers of wine and anything sold under our Label is guaranteed to be pure grape juice As sole agents of some of the Lead ing brands of Eastern whiskey we can highly recommend our Metropole hell Wood and puck Rye our sparkling wines surpass any other Brand of California make and Are fully equal and cheaper than imported Champagne give us a trial Theo Gier wine co 571579 18th both phones Oakland 2510 a 2510 there ire reasons magnificently equipped trains luxurious steamers through dining cars serving Aneals a la carte a splendid Cli Iii of hotels Smied and operated by the company a ticket East via Portland Seattle Victoria and Vancouver thence the Canadian Pacific costs no More than via direct routes Purchase tickets from your local agent and Call for Canadian Pacific a card will bring a travelling representative to explain in detail any trip de sired write for particulars g a Jackson Gen at pass dept 645 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