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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911.
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SOME CHURCH EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Sunday Cardinal t.Ibhons irlll pmch the erraon and ndmlnlstcr the
wacramcnt of confirmation at HOlemn maw at St. Ann's Church.
llinhop Hnrdlnc oondnotit conflrmatlon nervlro In tbe morn
Injj ar Cbrlut Cliurch, Georcetovra, and at Trinity Church In
Rev. William T. Carroll preaches tbe fourth Ix-ntrn nennon
at St. Patrick, on Thc church, of Chrixt must he bolj.
The Rrt. nr. Prank J. Goodwin ncldrciesoi the men'w mcct
Ins: at the A. M. C. -. on "IKnr a youns mnn maj Rive cx
prcsKlon to religion in the organized cbim'li." at 4 n. m.
Ilr. AVoodrow lecture at the Klrxt Congrejmtlonnl Church
at 8 o'clock on "Mohammedan menace.
Dr. MacLeod Kite the xecond Illustrated evening lecture, on
"The ralraclrn of .lexun. at the First Presbyterian Church.
Monila; Pastor' Federation or Washington. In monthly session. Y. M.
C A. Assembly IIoll, 11 a. m. -speaker, llepresentatie Hnvvle-y,
Presbyterian Chrintlnn Kndeavor Missionary Union, annual
meeting, at ortlimlnstcr ITeshyterlnn Church. S o'clock.
Snrinc meetlnjr of the Congregational Club. In Mount Pleas
ant Congregational Church, at 7 o'clock. Subject, "Church
At THrOC; inlildny I cntrn errlce In Epiphany Chnreh, Rer.
V. C Richardson, 11. !"., of Philadelphia, speaks to-day and
fonr dajs following.
Tuo-selnj B-iltlnietre Conference, HpTrorth League-, annnal meeting, Dousr-
las Memorial Church. 7:30 p. m.
Fourth I.enten Lmpic lectnre at U. John's Hplscopal
Church. Rev. IVUlnm Meade Clark. D. IJ., Kpculclnc on "Per
Aednesday Opening session 127th Baltimore Conference, Mcthodurt
Episcopal Church, at JX'uc'ns Memorial Cliirrcli. 0 a. m.
E-vrnlng Lenten service at St. Patrick's, Rev. James A.
Thurtda Mr. Richard R. Watrous speaks at Mount Pleasnnt Concrecn
tlonnl Church, midweek, evening praer service, on The church
anil the eonim unity."
Vnnnnl meetinc of the Ecklngtnn Presbyterian Cliurch.
Election of officers of the Temple Brotherhood, Temple Rap
Orgnnirntion of Colurahfa Height Lntheran Church, 7:45;
Park road, S p. m.
CHRISTIAN EN PEA VOR.
Tvo Prc-b tenan Christian Ende-ivor
Mssirntrv 1 nion will meet Vonda
evrnfng at v oikuk -it Nnrthminster
1'rf.sbv tenan Church. Rhode Inland ae
nui ind Eleventh strir, at which time
i tliesr-s will be elected for the ear Kex
fnrd I. Holmes, of the Kastcrn I'resby-
te-iin sexieu. is chairman of the nora-
nit ng committee This union rece
from te Ire.h tenan o lelies tin ir
nissiontrv offennf?'5 troc-c for foreign
- irk being devoted to the mission of P
liw rente in Persia, while the home
r N'-ion crv funds are contributed to the
I rehjtenan farm hool m North Caro
"Hic Ulantic Citv Christian Endeavor
invention chorus will hold a rehears il ,
I rio iv March 71, at S o'clock in the
musit room of Mr Pen v S Foster. 1330
, street. 1I singers who are interested
n the convention are invited to bo pres-
n whether thev hav
definitelv deter- I
i nrd to go to Atlantic Citv er not.
Fmleavorers and their 'riends who ex-
r. t to attend the Atl entic Citv conven-
t n should send their na-nes to Christian
Trdeavor I nion he uinuarters, in the
Hi nd Building, without cielav so that
s-tisfartorv hotel accommodations may
be engaged for all It has b-en found
it detmitc reservations must be made
c .r in pnl
lunior Chi istnn Endeivor Society
has been organised at Straus Memorial
( hnstian Church, in Bcnmng. with Mrs
Hancock a-s su perm tend "nt
Tfc "mstic ocial" to be given bv the
Young People s Circle of Christian En
d avor of Rhode Island Vvenuo Metho
d st Protestant Church this evening
iromiscr to be a unique entertainment.
Ml friends of the-o voun' people are in
vited to lie present at T Ja o clock
The colored Christian Endeavor socie
tits of the District wall hold their month-
1 conference on Monda evening at Shi
loh Baptist Church Miss Fmma B. Hall,
president of the Nineteenth Street Bap
tist society, will proide. The programme
includes an address by Mr 1 dward Tar
ring, of the Dibtrict I nion. music by the
qnarU-t of Metropolitan ISaptist society,
an address b Mrs T. T Thomis. and a
lesson from the lchmajin School of C
-t Methods on "How to conduct a model
praye r meeting," by James R Moss
The Young People, Society of 'Berwyn
Prcsby tenan Church has raised for mis
sionary purposes this jear double the
amount pledged for last year and in addi
tion has given TT7 for use where needed
Tbeso Endcavorers promise to do even
te tter the coming year
Brookland. Baptist Endcavorers enjoyed
a novel entertainment Wednesday cven
iitk under tho direction of Miss Eva
Htn-d. former president of tho society.
Sdos were chosen for an athletic meet
withm the church, the events including
foot, relay, and yacht races, a 20-yard
dash, tug of war, and pole vault. A mes
sage of welcome was o.ced by the pas
tor. Rev. H. W. O. Millington, and Presi
dent Pan! A. Watson described briefly
the different phases of work earned on
by the society.
Vorthmbtstcr PresbvterHn society has
chosen as officers for the year from April
1- Mr IviwTenco WiUson, president: Miss
Grace Murphy, vice president: Miss Edith
Martin, treasurer; MLss Mabel Bennett,
recording secretary; Mis3 Bessie John
son, rorrcspontlmjr secretary. Also the
following commitlco chairmen: "Miss
Grace Murphy, lookout; MTs3 Lena Bnrg
ciorf, prayer meeting: Miss Margaret
Martin, social; Miss Grace Miller, mis
sionary ; Miss Marsncrlte Wilson, flower.
Rev. M. G. Iycaman. pastor of Chevy
Chase Baptist Cbsrch. has organized a
Christian Endeavor Society at Mount
Zion Baptist Chnreh "with a membership
of over twenty five.
At Congress Street Methodist Protest
ant Chnreh young peoplo of intermediate
Christian Endeavor age will meet Sun
aay afternoon at 3 o'clock to consider
with Mr. P. F. Drury the organization of
an intermediate society.
Eastern Presbyterian joung people In
terested In missions began this week the
stndy of The advance tn the Antffles."
by Howard B. Grose. The class is led by
Mr. R, I Holmes.
First Baptist Endcavorers will have an
address to-morrow evening by Mrs. F.
J. L-akcns on "Missionary work in South
western United States." Thirty-five
o Qf3C5'tS'3J''S)tr o o
members of the Focietv attended the
business meeting Tuedav evening, and
important plans for the future of the so
ciety were formed
The juniors of Washington Heights
Presbyterian Church will hold a soci il
this evening To-morrow s mtetins will
be led bj the president of the soeietj
t their first bu&ine-s meeting which
Was held this Week, thncn I'nHflai i..c
Planned to contribute JS each to foreign
missions, to home missions, and to the
The District Lmon is pi-inning to hold
its April meeting on Mondi. April 3, in
KcKington Presbyterian Church. Xorth
Capitol street and Florida avenue
tree-for-all discussion of the "mnvmi-
t-on meeting" wnll be followed bv a hm f
address by Rev. H ? I'lnkham, pastor
oi immanuel .Baptist Church
The Baltimore Christian Endeavor , Thp MrtropoIltan Presbyterian Broth
Ttnion uill celebrate the thirtieth anni- w -- .
rary of the founding of Christian En-
I cieavor md the twentieth birthday of the
. Kalttmom l mnn ,t n . i.."
. " " "" ". "' Jiilii
0a. March when Rev Francis 1.
J ,rk. Prc-'dent of the United Society of
, "'" -""r. . ur cne gucrr ot
honor Several Washington Endcavorers
The Rmtjn Presby terran Young Peo
ple's Societv entertained the intcrmediale
so ietj of that church with a St. Pat
rick s Pav social in the church parlo-s.
varied programme of good games af
forded much amusemen Refreshments
were served Among- those present from
the citv was Mr P F Drury. of the Dis
trict I nion
Calvary Baptist joung people enjoyed
a novel and interesting treatment of the
topic, 'The dangers and uses of mone
in their praer meeting Tuc-sdav even
ing, when the leader. Mr B C. Getsing
er. turned the society into a school for
the consideration and discussion of the
problems and questions which were pre
sented Interstate Field Secretary Karl Lh
rnann, who is remembered by all District
Endcavorers. has begun his third annnal
Christian Kndeavor tour of Alabama,
which will close with the State's twentj
lirst annual convention at Selma April
7-3 He writes that he opecU, to meet
many Washington friends at the Atlantic
City Christian Endeavor convention In
BA PTIST CHURCHES.
At the Fifth Baptist Church. Dr.
George Green, a medical missionary to
West Africa, who for several jears
has been supported bv the Fifth
Baptist Sunday School, will with his
wife and baby spend Sunday in Wash
ington, and attend nervices of the Fifth
Baptist Church. He will speak to all
departments of the Kundav school and
will preach at the morning hour. Dr.
Green is a good preacher, a good phj si
cian, and has an unusual supply of com
mon sense. This Is his last isit to
Washington before he returns to Africa,
sailing a month from now
Rev. John E. Briggs. of the Fifth Bap
tist Chnreh. will speak on "The duties of
husbands and fathers" Sunday evening,
this being the third In the series ori
"Family problems and how to solve them
in the light of the Scriptures " From
the large crowds attending and the
great interest being manifested and the
number confessing and obeying Christ,
there Is reason to believe that great
good is being accomplished.
Next June Baptists of the world are to
meet in Philadelphia. Tbcro are millions
of them, ono of tho largest bodies of
Christians in the world. Tho prinlcinal
meeting is called the Baptist World Alli
ance. With this alliance will be held, on
preceding or succeeding dates, the ses
sions of the Northern Baptist conven
tion and meetings of missionary and
other large Baptists interests. Tho high
honor of president of the World Alli
ance is in the balance. The naroo of the
Rev. Dr. Robert a MacArthnr, of New
York, has been porposed and indorsed
in New England, in tho West, and spok
en well of in England. Southern Bap
tists arc, however, rising to say that
they have men fit for tho honor, and that
it belongs to them for tho double reason
that they have not yet had it, and -within
the limits of the Southern Baptist
convention aro two-thirds of the Baptists
of tho whole United States. English and
Continental Baptists, who aro coming to
Philadelphia in numbers, concede the
honor to an American. Southern Baptist
leaders mention no nsTniMt. but rest
their case on tho- rot&Uoou principle. To
this alliance meeting are commR Rus
sian Baptists ministers, their way paid
At the First Baptist Church, the second
of the monthly muslcalcs. under the lead
ership of Miss Marlon MacFall will be
jrlven next Sunday morning Miss Mac
Fall has recently leen chosen soprano
Foloist for tne annual concert of the
Rebew Orchestra, to take place in April
On Sunday morning the pastor, Rer.
Mr. McMaster. will prcich. his Mibjeit
bclnc "Man. the masterpiece of God '
Rev Dr. Muir continues his 'erics of
Sunday ecninfr sermons on "Twice-lKirn
men," in Temple Baptist Church, to
morrow evening, oy calling particular at
tention to tho relifpous nfe of one char
acter in tho book known as "Danny,"
z modern miracrc evidencins the power
of present-day Christianity.
A Temple Brotherhood was o-Ranized
last Thursda evening in the Temple
Baptist Church, which will take up not
only mission work abroad, but also at
home, and will becomo interested as well
in social questions. committee on
nominations has been appointed to name
oflicers. and will report at tho adjourned
imeetinpr next Thursday evening.
Dr Muir will open a special teourse
of eeninB sermons on "Present-day
problems," beginning wltn tho first Sun-da-
I-tst Monday at the Baptist ministers'
metim? a special resolution was passed
in recognition of Rev. Mr. Owen's work
here in Washington, and expressing hope
for his permanent relief from present
"A Washington woman vexed Wash
ington men" will bo explained by T.
Hez Swtm before the Capital Baptist
Church congregation Sunday night in
the Typographical Temple, 423 G street
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
The special evangelistic services being
conducted at the Ninth Street Christian
Church, Ninth and D streets northeast,
will be concluded on Sunday These ser
vices hae been ery successful The
eiangelLst. Dr U E Sellers, of Philadel
phia, has preached very strong and help
ful sermons About forty persons have
united wiln the church The pastor of
the church, Re George . Miller, will
conduct all the services on Sunday. Thc-e
will be special services in the Bible
school at ) 10 o rlock in th morning and
reception of new members at the 11
o'clock rice The large chorus of mo-e
thn flft voices will sing, and the ser
mon will be on "The beginning of the
gospel dispensation "
On Sundaj morning. April 2. the Ninth
Street Christian Church w-ill observe the
twentieth anniversary of its organization
.,. v,H, ,l r,r Mm... r.
I, .V. Vv . . it t '
n of h Histrirt jail, spoke on the
J. ,, - 1,,J.,
The annual banquet of the Men's Club
if thrk Chureh f Ulp Covenant, Tuesdav
evening, was attended by 1V members
and their guests It was held In the
The annual m"et.ng of the IVesbytery
of ashington will lc held Monday. Ap-ll
10 in the Western Presbyterian Church
Annual reports of churches will be sub
mitted Rev Charles I.. .TNcihel. pastor of
the Eastern Presbyterian Cliurch, is mod
erator of the prcsbter
The monthly musical sence tn the
New T ork Avenno Church to-morrow
ev enmg will consist of Mercadanti s
'Seven Last Words," his great arrange
ment of the last words of Christ upon
the c-oss. familiar in the great cathedrals
ai one of the most impressive services
in the worship of the Ijenten season.
The Mission studv class led by Mr
Radcliffe, has reached the remarkable
enrollment of 2.7 students
Mr. Isaac Pearson was recently elected
to the board of deacons of this church.
A special programme of music will be
rendered at the Church of the Covenant
to-morrow evening by the Washington
Chorus Club. William J Palmer conduc
tor. The p-ogrammc is as follows
' He Watching Otcr Isoni (Elijah) Menddainhn
"IruSunmattM ' (Suhu Witcr) Rotouu
T(ianJ Bo to Ood ' CKuAhJ Mcndrisaoha
' oilli ' . Ojcrad
'Hear Mj Prayer" MenrieUsohn
"To Thro Cucruhisi" Handd
The Girl's Guild of the Central Presby
terian Church will hold a missionary re
ception Thursday evening. March 31. in
the chapel. Third and I streets north
west. Various foreign countries will be
represented and an offering taken for the
work of missions.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Christion Endeavor Society of the Eck
ington Presbyterian Church, will be held
in the Sunday school house. North Capi
tol and Q streets. Friday evening, March
31, at 7 30 There will be an interesting
discussion on the subject of "Immigra
tion." as many as six debater partici
pating Public Invited.
The Christian Endeavor Union of the
c it will hold its monthly meeting at
the Eckingtnn Presbyterian Church,
North Capitol and Q streets, Monday
evening. April 3.
The Young People's Travel Club will
meet at the pastor's study Tuesday even
ing instead of Monday. These weekly
meetings are proving profitable and the
attendance is increasing
The annual meeting of the church will
be held next Thursday evening, following
a brief pracr service. At this meeting
tho annual reports of the treasurers of
the various organizations connected with
tho chnreh will bo submitted, the election
of officers, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come be
At tho Fourth Presbyterian Church
Sunday evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Miss
Mary Hitchcock, of South Africa, who
has been working there for fourteen
years under the auspices of tho South
African General Missionary Society, will
speak on "Mission work in Natal and
ether districts." Miss Hitchcock has been
associated with the venerable Dr. An
drew Murray in his remarkae'e work in
South Africa. On Monday evening .at
7:30 Miss Hitchcock will address a group
at Mrs. Eastcxllng's home, '3KB Thirteenth
Miss Leonard, Synodic!
sionary ?ccretar of this city, will speak
to the joung people of the Fourth Church
at b "50 Sunda evening
The Chorus Choir, of the Metropolitan
Presbvtcrian Church, gave a Mendels
sohn evening on Tiiesdaj I nder the
direction of Mr B Allan Terrell, dierctor,
some of the best selei tions from ' I'liJ ill, '
"A Hmn of Praise." "tat. Paul. and
others, of Mendelssohn s compositions
were rendered The choir of thirt
voices was assisted by lviui.se Githens
Tnmbic, soprano, of New York and
Anna H Brett, contralto, of Washington
The ptstor of the church. Rev Paul It
Hickok, gave a short address on 'M n
delssolin t message to the world'
WITH THE METHODISTS.
Promptly at 9 o'clock net Wednesday
morning Bishop William I Anderton D
D, who prcsfdes ovc- the B iltimore Con
ference for the Methodist Kpiscopal
Church North will call that bodv to or
der in the Douglas Memorial M K.
Church. Eleventh and II streets north
east for the opening meeting of the 127th
annual session. This will be Bishop An-
Wn.TuIAM F. AM)KR.0. I). !.,
BLihop trbo i I nrrsicip at r al .a m.
derson's initi i app inn e before the
ference he having reenved hi, apP '-
ment during umnl veer In the
af'crnoon tN Re J M (ln will ad
dress ih. .inmvrrsarv Woman s For
f gn Mis-smn S e t and the evening
meeting of the innivcrsary ho ircl of .dii-
ition at whl'h the Rev E S Tipple
will spo ik
Prior to the formal opening ednesd iv .
on Mond i aft moon at 1 o'clock appli
cations of candidates fo- admission to the
conference will be received Tuesdav
morning the candid ites will le e nnined
for orimissnpn on trial t 7 1) In the
vening the I'altioiore Conference I.p-
worth I.igue anniversarv will en-cur and
the address of the occasion will be given
bv the Rev Ch irle.s F Rlsne r. I D.
pa lor of the Grace Methodist l'piscopil
Church. Brookljn. N "i Mr Risn. r is
regarded as one of tlvn most eloquent
men in the Methodist Church North A
reception to the bishop and other mom-
lers will be tendered Immediately fol
lowing, the Wishington District Epworth
li igne and Dougl is Memornl Church
uniting as hosts for the occasion
The usual conference meeting will be
bold on Thursdav morning end in the aft
ernoon a meeting In observance of the
twontj-nfth annlversar of the Woman s
Home Mission Societj will bo held The
address will be "The great need of home
missions." bv the Rev C I.. .Mead The
Board of Freeriman s Aid and the Boa-d
of Sundiy Schools will meet in tho even
ing On Friday a meeting of the Tuavmcn's
Association will be held in the Sund i
school room following tho regular ses
sion of the conference and will Ix ex
tended into the afternoon The Rev J.
B Hinglev will speak in tho evening at
a meeting of the Board of Conference
Claimants and Preachers' Aid Socle tj
On Sunday evening the Rev John Rcid
Shannon, of Metropolitan Methodist Epis
copal Church, will preach the seventh ser
mon of his series on "Spiritual lessons
from our travels amid Bible historic
scenes In Rome, Greece, and Egypt." In
this last sermon in the sojourn in Greece
he visits, among other places, the ancient
Greek theaters, contrasting them with the
American theaters and moving picture
shows of to-day. Four Sunday evenings
will be spent amid Bible scenes in the
land of tho pyramids and the Pharaohs.
But two meetings are scheduled for
Saturday, April Ju Tho usual morning
session will be held, and in the evening
tho Board of Homo Missions and Church
Extension will be addressed by the Rev.
The Rev. G W. Hobbs will conduct
the love feast at 9 30 o'clock Sunday
morning, and Bishop Anderson will
preach at the 11 o'clock service. Ordina
tion service will be conducted at the
Union Methodist Episcopal Church In
the afternoon by the Rev W. R. Wed
dcrcpoon, pastor of tho Foundry Metho
dist Episcopal Church, this city. The
Board of Boreign Missions will meet in
the evening. The Rev. Homer C. Sttmtz
will be the speaker.
Tho conference will probably be brought
to a close on Monday, April 3 Tho
united Douglas, the Dumbarton Avenue,
the Waugh, and the Wesley choirs will
furnish tho music for the meetings.
On Sunday evening tho pastor of
Foundry M. E. Church, Rev. W. R. Wed
dcrspoon, D. D. will deliver tho fourth
in a series of special sermons on "The
power of conscience, as illustrated by
Nathaniel Hawthorne In "Tho Scarlet
For the spring meeting of tho Congre
gational Club, which occurs on next
Monday night, at the Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church, tho general
theme of Chnreh unity" has been
adopted by tho programme committee,
and among the addresses win be that
of Mr. Tong Kalson. of China, tho emi
nent Chinese, who is in this country on
diplomatic mission, and who Is one
of tho three commissioners charged with
urn ciyi-.inuuucut tii,iw,vw u- nap mu
cation of voung Chinese In America; Rev.
Charles Wood, pastor of Church of the
Covenant: Mr. William Knowlcs Cooper,
of the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, and Dr. Earle Wilfley, pastor of Ver
mont Avenue Christian Church. With
the theme of church unity anil these
speakers this ought to prove one of the
most vital and thoroughly attractive
meetings of tho Washington Congrega
tional Club V
Dr Woodrovv s evening lectures on
"The age of the crusades" continue with
unabated Interest, the church on last
Sunclav being entirely tilled To-morrow
s subject is "Mohammedan menace "
This will cover the fear which is caused
bv the rapid spread of Islam
The R. v Frank J Goodwin, with
the assistance of a committee, has ar
ranged . series of prajcr meeting topics
for the Mount Pleasant Congregational
rilclncrk service The topic for Thurs
dav, Ma'ch in, is "The church and com
munitv dutv,' and there will be an ad
dress bv Mr Richard II Watrous. of the
American Civic Association Other top
ics are Cli'ist s service and ours." "The
character of Christ." "Heroic elements
n ordinarv life. and "How his vour
Chi i.stian faith c hanged since cl ildhood""
At the Ingram Memorial Congregational
Church to-morrow evening the entire ser
vice will lie musical, the choir being as
sisted in the exercises bv Mrs. I Gusack,
violinist Mr Barnes, elocutionist. Miss
Vera I lamble. of Can ida. soprano, and
MLss Ktlul I.ce. 'cellist The programme
promise to be one of unusual merit
Cardinal Gibbons will preach tho ser
mon and idminister the sac rainc nt of
confirmation at the 11 o cloi k solemn
high m is-s to-morrow at tt Ann s
Church, the Rev Thom.us G Smyth,
pastor The ma, w ill be c clebrat d by
Rev. James - Smth. of St Patricks
Church. a.ssisted b Rev Richard S Carl
right, C. S. P , and Rev John C Smyth.
C. S. P , of St. Thomas College, Catholic
university, as tho deacon and subdeacon
Tho prlists who will assist the Cardinal
are v e- Rev lames Burns. C S C . of
Holy Cross College, and Rev William
Kirby, D D. of the Catholic I nivert-ltv
Riv Joseph Himmel. S J . and Rev
Edward Devitt, S. J . of Georgetown Col
lege, will Ik present in the hancluarv
Mr. Joseph A. Kuhn wi'l be the master
of ceremonies and Mr George Herbert
Wells organist and choirmaster In
charge of the music. In the afternoon
his eminence the cardinal will pav an
informal visit to the new Church of the
Blessed Sacrament, now rapidly ncar
ing completion at Chcvj Chase.
The sermon at the high mass in St.
Aloysius' Church to-morrow w 111 be
preached b Rev William V Gannon,
S J At compline. Rev. James Noonan
St lovsuis sanetuarv choir is re
hearsing Dubois 'Seven Iitt Words,"
which will be given on Good Fridav. at
the service of the three hours' agonv
Rrv Albert Brown S J . of tho Jesuit
Misslonar Band, w ill conduct this scr-
Rev lohn A Brosnan. S. J. will give
a f e lecture in donzaga Hall to-morrow
. ev n ng on " Balloons and Aeroplanes "
J The lecture will be under the auspices
of tie Uovsius Club.
I 'in ih evenings of Mav 4 and . the
' losjijs Dramatic Association, under
'the direction of Mr lohn F Lultich. will
present a comedv, "The Obstinate Fam
I m Gonzaga Hall The p-occeds
I will be given to the St Vincent de Paul
f Qf Ue
The great series of lectures for non
Cathollts being given bv Rev John
Handly. C S I. at the National Shnne
of tho Sacred Heart, will be continued
to-morrow evening at 7 30 o clock. The
subject wi 1 lie "The Church of Christ.
The lecture of to-morrow evening,
which will be one of the most important
of the entire course, is a logical develop
ment of those which hae preceded it
In the tirst lecture Father Handb
showevl that 'without faith it is im
possible to please God In the second
le-eture. "The divine power of Jesus
Christ to teach and establish a church
was proven On last Sundav, tho need
for an infallible authority to be the guide
.and interpreter of the sacred Scriptures
was considered These lectures have
thus cleared the way and led up to the
lecture of to-morrow- evening, in which
the able Panlist will explain the claims
of tho church to be the infallible teach
ing body appointed bv Christ.
As heretofore announced, tho lectures
are strictly expl inatorv not controver
sial, and all are cordially invited
Solemn high mass will be celebrated
in St. Patrick's Church to-morrow at II
o'clock Rev. illiam J. Carroll will
preach on tho subject "Tho Church of
Christ must he hol " Mgr. William T
Russell. D. D . will continue his sermons
on ' The sacrament of love, ' at the devo
tions in honor of the Good Shepherd in
On Wednesday evening. Rev. James A.
Smvth will preach on "Tho great sup
per, at the Sodality and Ixntcn service.
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Catholic Convert League of Washington
will bo held in the Aula Maxima.
McMahon Hall. Catholic I'niversity, to
morrow afternoon at 3 30 o'clock Mr.
William J. McGce, a prominent Knight
ot Columbus, will read an intcrestin;
paper on "Rome" at this meeting
An exhibition of tho work for poor
churches will bo held at tho Convent of
the Perpetual Adoration, Fourteenth and
V streets northwest, March 26, 27,
The Right Rev. Mgr. Thomas J. Sha
han. rector of tlie Catholic University,
will solemnly bless the vestment3 and
make the address on Tuesday, March 2S,
at 4:30 o'clock.
The Rev. Ignatius Fealy will celebrate
high mass to-morrow (Sunday) at 10.30
a. m-. and Rev. S. r. Schmitt will preach
tho sermon. Rev. Martin Egan, of
St. Teresas Church, Anacostla, will de
liver tho sermon at tho Lenten devotions
on Tuesday evening.
WITH THE EPISCOPALIANS.
Fifteen lears ago to-day, the festival
of tho blessed Virgin Mary, in Calvary
Church, New York City, Bishop Satter-lt-
was consecrated first Bishop of Wash
ington. On February 22. 100S, ho entered
Into rest. Bishop Satterlec was the 180th
in tho succession of American bishops.
When tho second Bishop of Washington
was consecrated he was the 240th in the
succession. That in so short a tlmo as
The three-hour service on Good Friday
ftt Ascension Church will be conducted
this year by tho Rev. Philip Rhinelasder.
Bishop Harding conducted a "craiet day
for women" at St. John's, Thirty-second
and O streets, Georgetown, on Thursday
last. Tho following schedulo was adhered
to and proved most helpful: 7:30 a, m.,
holy communion; M o'clock, morning
prayer and address; 11 a. m holy com
munion and address; 12 m, prayers for
missions; 12:30 p. m., penitential office; 1
to 2:50 p. m., Inncheon end rest; 2:30 p.
m., litany and address; 2:30 p. m., inter
cessions and address and 5 o'clock, even
ing prayer and address. The rule of si
lence usual on these occasions was ob
served. At 1 o'clock a simple Inncheon
wa3 served Jn the parish hall. There was 1
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW
IN WASHINGTON AND ITS VICINITY.
Notices for these columns should reach The Herald office bv Pp. m. Fridav
bth. ncur Dnpnnt circle,
brtm-rn P and Q t.
Prf0 a. m. Holy Cnramnniott
9JW a m scindjy ft1ichL
11 IX) a. m serticv and sermon he- C. !rJTet smith.
I ! I. .' U. ivdcr: Christ a pn
hibitu-o aciint waste. '
4 15 rv. m short srmrr
50 ju m. Intrurtiiin in clmrch doctnne.
txTTice dailj at II and 5 udirt. On Thurwlay
tbe 11 a. m. -.eTTice Holy CMnmuiiitxt. with ei""
THIVITY CnUItCH M and C ts. nw. Rot Rich
ard I". William" irctnr bunday j9 " "
Dailv fcirrrt S-iturda. U-Si In II-V. nine-lay
and IVidat 8 r m. ontirmatiem lee-turr 1 p. m.
The nhp of ahiP:ton will jtreii h and aJmm
ister confirmation at 8 m ll welcome.
ST. AM1UKWS rilLItCll. rer. lllh and Oreoran
its. R. J J. Ilirron m-tnr lift V. M. l'ftlu.
V. D. curate SerK-r :. Hnl I omraiinion.
9.10 Sunday scnnal. II rrnmire nrrtin and kt
mem It the ruinr e-tcnirs rTict and vrrnm
by uie Ili-r. Kiedrnck llopden.
TUB HOIA CATI10I.K ( IH IM'H
Airrctolir faith corrament and minister.
The Satitlty. llth ad A je. 7J0 9 15 W. II. 8-
Wed.. Tburs.. Kn.. 10 Wed. 4, V ed.. Kri . T Ji P-m.
CHI Ut'H OK THE MMPHANi '" .. htwevn
13h and lllh. IUt llandolnh Ham! McKim
Il I) n"!nr Semres S and 11 a. m I and 1
p m surlaT .hr.nl 9-T and i Tin HfT. I.
l-Vc-lanl Petrr will preach at II a m Iter It. II
Mrhiin will i reach at 8 p. m .xib.cct Kclshaz
zar i feast.
CHURCH OF THF. .SCL'VmV Jiasa. ate. and
12th st nw. Ret. J. Hrnnins Ne!m. rector.
Scrrices. 3 and 11 a m. 4 15 and 8 p. m.
ST PAULS HIKCI! 2d. near WashmScn fir
do Rir Robert ralhot Ret ceo VV Atkin
s-m. cterrr Hol communion TO ard 10 neliS.
Sunday sfiim! 9.3. Matins and serrsee, II. Choral
erenirs and erm n In Ih- Roland Cotton Smith
at 8 orlert Wolm-sdaj crenirs rmen b ltt.
cncRcn ok the covewvt.
Connecticut ate , N and lSth at.
Charles Wood minister
Ptoart BreadT assi-tact minister.
Harry Iiartn-.ore An;u, mmie'er ot PaJt Chapel.
II a. m. Preachirs b the paster
Musical htt rr led by church ipiirtet from 33) to
4 p. m. Pmc-hius bv tlm paitnr subject, "Jeph
lhab the frrtbiioter
Musical scrnee fnxn "J) tn 8 rcl-k 1M bv the
WaiLirgton ITions Club. William J
8 p. m. Pr-iihinc In the nailer mbeet 'l"petav
rreac-her. Millon the prc-icher of njrtit
Sunday vhnol at 945 a. m.
("hmtian ndeator uv-t ti c al 6 l n m
Thunday etenict: at 8 midweek rviee.
SEW YORK AVE. rRESBYTERIAV CHURCH.
. i ate II and Bth sts
Dr Wallace Radcliffe raitor
1103 a m. Iublc wrrtoip vrmon by the pastor
7 45 iv m. Vlercadamer, sifn ifct Werds ' the
morlhly muttical serrlccv
921 a n. ItiLn ) ooU ,
9 t5 a m - Vdul' ela-v.
C 15 p. m. Christian Iidrator Society
URST-The trarKers Sabbath nome-Joha Jlar
thall 14. nw. Ix-rald C Maclv-exl. minister, il
a. m., ' The Bible Our lndebteduoJ tn it. T 45
p. m ' Illustrated -The miradet cf Jesu. S s
9.T) a. m. C E e 15 p. m. Ill are welcome.
CI NTRAL (SOUTHERN AsSEMBLT) comer M
and I sts. nw Rer Jamct. 11. Taylor pastor
. '"rrachini at II a m .rd TJ3 p m br tbe pas
tor Srndar rhon! 9JD a. m Men BiNe Clana.
10 a. m. C E.. SJ p. m. Prajer scrnce Thurs
day 730 p. m. V lsiUr welcome
TEMPI E BVPTIST CHlltril. loth and V sts.
Dr. J. J Muir pa'tor Preachinz 11 a. m..
' Real nhtecusTiess 7 45 p. m Imny twice-
lm. Bible schew) 9fl) a. m. C. E. 7 p. m.
I- HIZ SVVKM aplains V Wauritnn Woman
rted Washiccn Men snnday mdit 8 oc.
IYescninz 11 a. m. The creat thirjrv of God.
CanUl Bapust Church Typraph.cal Ttaiplc, 43
. st. n
METROrOLirvN MKMOItIL M E. CHURCH.
corner John Marshall clacc acd C it. nw. John
End Shannon minotter .t 11 a. m. Rer. D- W.
II, WiWct LI Il preadent of the National
Inacntiia Tnuiinr bche'I wiM rn-aeh W5r.ro.
Dr Shannon will preach urn " Vntial le5ns
from our trarels amKl Bibl and historic srenert in
Rome l.rerrc and EsjlX- 'In this last vrmen,
in lreecn we Tlat. amons other places, thct ancient
i.revk theaters, eontrastins them with American
theaters and motms pcinre shows of toa.l
Sunday viicnl and MctroroUtan Bible dav, SJ0.
Epworth Iasue 6-4jl
KILXPRY M E. CHURCH. Kth and Chnreh rts.
Rcy W R Wedd-Tjpoon. D D pastor 930
a. m. sUnday si-hrol 11 a. m.. The tranforma
tion of wa.Je into weaJih. 7 p. m . r iiworth
Leslie. 1 it m TTie power of cm v-ierxr. ai
illustrated br Hawthorne m The Scarlet letter.
HA1IU.NE METHODIST ETISCOrAL CHURCH.
Ninth and I turrets northwest.
Ret. Joeeph M. M. tiny, minister.
tX a. m. Sunday school.
11 fl) a. m. Sermon The NoNcnca of the Church.
6j0 p. m. Epworth Leajue rraise serrlce
$S0 p. m. Sermon KoUowd by Chnt.
All sittinzt free Strancers always welcome.
SOUTHWEST W VSHINRTOV. . Luirs Gnyncl
Semce at VIetropr.litan A. M. E. Zion Chun. b
twem 2d and Id .c sw. Rer. W. 4, Rey. D. D
paslrr. Sunday March 25. 3 p. m.. addmses b;
Rer Prof. !.. B. Moore, of Howard Cnneraty
and Hon. L. C Moore, of Mlvaseipn. Iublic
FIR-T CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, corner
10th ami G stx nw. Rer. Samuel H. Wondrow.
D. I) . pastor. Rer. S. R. Swift, assistant pastor.
11 a. m. lublic wcnhip. with sermon by the pas
tor subjevt, ' THE SECRET OK POU ER, 9-X
t m.. Scirday school. 6 S p. m.. i . P. S C. YX.
Sum., fourth mei "AGE OK THE CIU'sAD
ERS ' LECTURE I , sub-eca. "MOILVMMEDAN
MENAI 11. '
ice"; which was given to mission' Quite
a number of members of other congrega
tions attended the services.
At the meeting last Monday at the res
idence of the bishop, which was ad
dressed by the Bishop of Bethlehem and
tho Bishop of Cuba on behalf of mis
sions, emphasis was laid on the value of
the duplex envelopes as a means of rais
ing tho apportionments for missions,
whllo at tho same time affording oppor
tunity to contribute to parish support.
Much disappointment is felt that on
account ot illness Prof. Green will not
deliver the Lenten League lecture next
Tuesday night, as announced. The lec
ture, which is to bo on "Personal re
ligion," will be delivered by the Rev.
William Meade Clark. D. T) , rector of
St. James parish. Richmond. Va , and
editor of the Southern Churchman. Dr
Green, after being twice offered the co
adjutor bishopric of Virginia, which on
tho Inst occasion he accepted, has been
obliged to cancel his acceptance. Great
sympathy Is expressed for Dr. Green in
Friends of the Rev. H. Fields Saumc
nlg, who was at one time assltant min
ister in Trinity Church. Third and C
streets, will regret to hear that he has
been bereaved of his wife. Mr. Saurnc
nig la now rector of Trinity Church, Ash
ille, N. C, where Mrs. Saumcnig died.
A cablegram received at tho Church
Missions House from Bishop Partridge
states that he has accepted his election
as Bishop of Kansas City.
At the midday Lenten services next
week at Ephipltany Church the preacher
will be tho Rev. W. C Richardson, D.
D., rector of St. James' Church, Phila
delphia. Dr. Richardson has been as
signed the whole week. This will be
good news to his many friends and ad
mirers, who look forward eagerly to theso
annual -visits of the eloquent Philadelphia
A sad disaster has befallen tho 'rector
oSt. Bartholomew., .parish. Mantsom-
LITHLR PLACE MEMORIAL. Thomas Oide.
Llojd C. Iila9. pastor. l"ublie worship. 11 and
9 Morning theme, "The Seren Sons of Sena."
venini; sermon b the Rer. Luther litsa Warms.
I"h. I). Iree seats.
NEW CHURCH. lSth and Corcoran sts. nw. Rer.
Frank fcewall. D. I) ta'lr. Morninc semco. It
oHik "The scn cups of life." Sunday school.
12 13 7-70 p. m.. third lectnre by Key. UAKOLD
S CON VNT of lUInmnrc in course on
of spirit in nature- The animal kirsdom."
In pavnrs tudv Wednesdays 7 JO n. m.. Y.
I. Conference. In cliurch Fridays at 5 p. m..
I itany and hnef addrt-. Ml are welcome. Fren
lnan hlrary of the writings of Swedcnbant. Free
tracts in the teMibulc
ALL SOrLS' niL'nCH. corner llth and L sts.
Ulysses G It Pierce D D . minister S 45 a. m .
Sundiy rchonl ria.j for the c'emraraUTe Study r-f
Relc-on. and t nil Study fit's II a m mom
iris trrtK'c vrmnn bv the minister There is alo
kindercarien dunn; the hce of momins worrs
7-1) p. m toirs Ponies Rclisious Lruoo. Tho
public mtited lo all n-rrlcrs.
CHI RCH OF Ol'Ii FATHIR. 13th a-d L ta nw.
R'T. Jrhn Van srh,, jj paitcr II a. m.
morning vmce ih ect llhe-tlona to prajer "
9 la a. m surd-u M-hl. 7 p m. i. P. C. I
ADVEVT1ST MUIORIL CHI RCH 13h and M
sts. nw. -vinday etenin; at 7.T ubct. Tha
Chn-Jun SaMaiih V I en it was instituted and by
whom tv lrof Pnscntt,
Y. AV. C. A. AEM'EIt sGKVICC.
OI Ni: WOMEN S CI1H1ST1 VN S.sOCI TION'.
Hh and 1' t". nw. bundav ciT serrica. 4 JO;
leader Mr-. Edwin M unit II Bins Musmnarj Sun
daj topic (iirl c-( the Smthem Sas.'
T. M. a A.. 173S G ST NW.
t-OO5-0) P VI.
REV. FRVNh. J (.OODWIN
TOl Nr; MN s REIsVTION" TO
OKI. VNIED RELIGION.'
Problem Class. 56 p. m.
RiNe tudy Surper. e 7 p. m.
FORni FOR KKLIGIO'V'.
ORIENT.!. I NIlHtolTV nLL. THE FORLVr
I-IIR IlEI.ll.IONs il5 Kenois Bids., llth and a
sts. nw. simoavs. 3Jn p. m Tope for this Son
day ' Thes reji-nous aspects of tho world 3 peaetj
moTement, ' by Prof. H. P. Holier. All welcome.
FIRST CHL'RCH 01 CHRIST. SCIENTIST. 15th
and R sts. cw Senices. Sundaj. 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.
Sunday schnnl. Il a. m. Wednesday erenmi;
roeetine 8 odor. Iublie cordially mnted. Read
ins njro B1 ( 'n-ado HM;
EVA.VGEL1CAI. CIIIIISTI VJT SCIE.NCE.
EVANGEI.ICsL CHRISTIVN- SCIENCE. At
Rauscher s Hall cnritr cf torn ate and L st,
nw at 3.30 p. rr HENRY II VRRIsON BROWN.
of Califeirnia will delitcr a lecture on The f mda
mentals of tint New Tlioulit.' Heatlcs and nnll
lation of hall pcrfc.t. 9urroundm? clcsanf, xaia
free all innted.
FIRST SriRITCXLIST CIICRCH. Pythian Ten
pie. lOi; 9th rt. nw isccond flnnr). 7 JO p m.
addrcw and mc.s.ists by Mrs. Allen, of Baltimore.
AT SCHMIDT S H VI.L. 516 3th t. nw Mr. Alfred
H. Terry will hold a meetlnc on Sunday ctenirs
at S o dock. Lecture, followed by spent messari.
MeirE on rriday nidit at 131 C ft. ne.
"TOE PATH OF PROGRESS.
DR. W. W BKEH,
11 a. m. Sunday.
Capital City Branch. T. S..
t Tieotiopiiie Ilsll 1317 H t. nw
PnNir co-diaJlT lnyiled Insrfjrrrental music,
Mr Charles Haller yinlirust, Jimsman s Heiniroch."'
Public (Taas-s Wedncday and hnday S p. m.
H-pcrantn dass 6 p. m. Wedra-viaj
LECTT RF ' Bl'DDH V .ND Rl'DDHlSM " by
Mr. Vzro J Cory, at Washington Ixid. Theoso
pbjcal Society 22 A st. se.. Sunday. March, 3S, 3
p. m. Iuhlic innted.
GDAtTV CENTER I.E GUE.
SWMI PVR.MVNNT OF INDIA. Uetme:
Confucius and h, te-achins. Sunday. 8J5 p. m..
Veclanta Center 7 lows circle Vdmissicn fire.
CoHectmn. Leojir Wedne-dty. flip m.
DR. ELIZ.BETH SI7V KILN, MeUphysJcian and
Healer Ixcttrc Sunday erenm; 8 p. m., in solta
511 lUc-hmond Hotel H and 17th sts, nw.. on
c onaaeuco la 11 a safe Etude" Patients reociTed
THE SECLLAR. LEAGUE.
fWaJitnjtcn s Open Forum.)
THE BOOK. THE CHURCH, ANT) THE CON
ST! ENCE. " Ir S. S Iawh. Rct Edwin Krana,
Amherst W. Baxhcr. lythian Temple. 10U 9Ui SU
nw 3 p. m. Werfromc.
3IENTAL AND MMRITUAL HEALING.
Mrs. SBATON will cite a nnmbrr of talks on "Ho
to attain health and lappcress" Tuesday erenmes,
8J5. at the farrasut 57th and I sta. aw. Pubha
Iniited. Patients treated week days.
cry County, the Rev. "W. T.afrerty. mi
homo took fire and both the house and
furniture were destrojed. all except tho
piano and a sewing machine. Every
thing else went.
These city parishes have mado pay
ments, in wholo or part, on their mission
apportionment: Ascension, Christ Church.
Georgetown. Epiphany, St. John's (George
town), Incarnation, SU Alban's, St.
Andrew's. St. James. St. Margaret's, and
Last Wednesday Bishop Harding held
a confirmation service at 5 p. tn, in tho
Church of the Good Shepherd. Sixth and
I streets northeast, of which tho Rev. C
S. Abbott. Jr.. is vicar. Tho vicar's ser
mon to-morrow morning will be on "Par
don our peace."
Confirmation services will be conducted
by the bishop of the diocese to-morrow.
In tho morning at Christ Church. George
town, and In the evening at Trinity
Church, Third and C streets.
Kxccedlngly satisfactory news comes
from tho Chnreh Mission IIouso wiUa
regard to the contributions received from
the dioceses and parishes.
Up to March I there was received:
For TMt ... 7S0J7S-K
For 1310. 36SJ06H
Increase ......-.. $53.8173
Moreover, this is not the only favorable
comparison possible. There are two
others equally as gratifying:
Oontrlbntine parih. 1911.... .. iCCB
ContnbutlnE parishes OI0 .......... LTTS
Inercaae. - 30
Parishes- completing arrorUoruneot, BI1... 373
Parishes compk-tim ar-portionment, 1918... 333
The annual meeting of tha Bishop's
Guild will be held at the Bishop's houso
Monday. March 27, at 3 o clock.
Tho Corporate Communion for tho
Guild will bo celebrated in tho Little,
Sanctuary, Cathedral Close. Tuesday 14
Easter -acek-at ilo-clock.
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