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Protestant Churches Unite
Beginning to-morrow and continuing
throughout the -week ''Home - Missions
of the Brotestant Churches of Ameri
ca" will be the'prlnclpal theme for ed
ucation and the main topic or prayer
In over 200 hundred cities and towns In
the United States and Canada. A "Wash
ington pastor. Dr. S H. "VVoodrow, was
one of the prime movers Jn the 'ob
servance ot this week and it is expected
that "Washington women of the churches
will make of the programme of meet
ings a means of impressing the com
munity with the value and extent of the
enterprise broadly known in churches as
In addition to emphasis which will
be given from many pulpits to-morrow,
afternoon meetings at the Lutheran
Place Memorial Church will be held and
will, be, addressed by leaders In the mis
sionary work of var)ous denominations.
Friday night, at tho First Congrega
tional Church, a general platform .meet
ing will be addressed by Dr. Samuel if,
WoodroW and others. Rev. Dr. Rad-
cllffe will preside.
The Washington special committee in
cludes Chairman. Mrs M. V. Richards,
vice chairman. Mrs. J. E. Gilbert, sec
retar). Miss Sheldon Jackson; treasurer.
Mrs. J 8 Van Arsdale, places of meet
ing. Mrs. Henry Anstadt. programme.
Mrs. Samuel H. Woodrow literature,
Mrs. W. K. Martin, music. Mrs. Olln
Leech, joung people, Mrs Wallace Rad-
What It rtrally Means.
The amazing fashion in which all the
great Christian denominations In Amer
ica have got together for united enter
prises Is revealed anew In the concerted
Dlans for home mission week by twenty
seven of the leading Protestant bodies.
Equally notable Is the fact that in this
union work new forms have been adopt
ed which Indicate a complete transforma
tion in the methods of approach to the
public by the churches
In the new. big way of doing things,
the twent) -seven largest denominations
have undertaken to focus the attention
of all church people and as many of the
outside world as possible upon America's
social religious, and political problems
during November L-24 One man has
been put in charge of the enterprise, and
$50,000 has been Ilxed as the sum to be
spent under his direction. The cry
statement of the cause, in terms of pa-
trlotim and social service, rather than
as stereotyped ' home missions, reveals
the modern view that has come to dom
inate the churches.
Printers Ink, .nt Prrnrhlnc.
The approved way of rousing all the
churches upon some great theme and It
is only within a decade that these na
tlonal ' campaigns v have come Into
vogue has been by the teams of special
speakers, who have been moved from
clt to cltj presenting their case to such
audiences as the could gather This
plan worked falrlj well for the large cen
ters although it was enormously expen
sive Now the home mission council which Is
the Joint body officially representing the
various denominational boards a sort of
c earing house for domestic missions, has
elected to conduct its ilrst united national
crusade b means of the home mission
eek The preparation for home mission
week, which has been undfr way for
rly a lear. Is actual!) an advertising
camnaign It Is a new-fashioned attempt
to reach the people through the press the
great cltj dallies the country weeklies
ind the religious paper'
With uncommon wisdom, the council
has agreed to u--e paid advertising space
in some of the big dalie", and It Is urg
inr local communities everj where to ad
vertise In their own newspapers. The
sum total spent for newspaper advertis
ing should exceed the JoOOOO which the
committee Is expending for all its gen
In addition to the dieplav advertls
ments which will run during home mis
sion week, an immense output of chart',
tracts articles for the religious and
secular press. Illustrations and even
boiler plate-' matter must be credited to
the committee One must look to the
activities of a political party during a
Presidential campaign to And a parallel
for the present propaganda
1 launl lustructlun
GraDhic charts which tell all sorts of
facts concerning Immigration, the negro
and Indian question', the growth of
cities and the rural problem, the state of
the churche' i-c , are put out bv the
committee These are in a size to hang
on the walls of a church, and in form
to print In tracts and newspapers The
new passion for sclentlc Investigation
and tabulation finds expression here
There are diagrams upon ever subject
imaginable that has a bearing upon the
religious life of the American people.
The simplest form of teaching, the ap
peal to the eve bj symbols, after the
fashion of kindergartens is emploved to
make clear to the average person just
how America stands with respect to all
the social and economic problems which
come within the purview of the churches
Nothing like this attempt to popularize
religio-6oclal facts has ever before been
made The aim is to interpret America
to herself Incidentallv, It reallv com
mits all the churches to social service
The fact 1' the churches themselves
need awakening up to a realization of
-he blgnes' of their task and that they
should stand as one of the committee's
documents put It, ' for the physical,
social, economic Intellectual, and re
ligious emancipation of all the people. '
Many concregatlons are thinking only
In terms of a parish They have regard
ed church work as a problem in getting
enough people out to hear their pastor
preach In order to pay him his salary
Now this home mission week Is seeking
to Interest the churches in religion s big
new problems. It wants to acquaint
them with the facts sometimes alarm
ing concernlngthestateof religion In
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HOME MISSIONS. '
Onr Country God's Country.
Home Mission Week. Nov. 17
The churches in a unified pro
gramme of advance
American Protestant Forces.
Church members 2:,000,0000
Church adherents. .....60,000,000
3. S enrollment ..18,000,000
Ordained, ministers..... 162,000
Church organizations.. 216,000
Church buildings 210.000
Seating' capaoity 60,000,000
Value church property
A typical chart Issued by tbe
Home Missions Council and ,,the
Council of Women for Home Mis
sions, ISt Fifth Avenue, New
America. The actual facts about the
growth, of the churches, and ot the real
conditions which tbey confront, are set
forth In a form which even a child may
understand. Re-enforcing all, is the
The programme for the week of meet
ings which every congregation is expect'
ed to hold Is designed to box the compass
of home mission interests. Abundant
literature upon each subject is provided.
The twelve topics are In tlfe following
Negroes and Indiana.
Women and children In industry.
The saloon and temperance reform.
Social conditions and movements
The church as a social agency
The church as a religious force.
The churches In a unified prograsruns-
One 31 a it In Ctiarsre,
It Is of Interest that the Council of
Women for Home Missions co-operates
with the Home Mission Council, which Is
made up of men Report has It that the
women were In the forefront In support
ing these radical plans They were the
first to get the Idea of a national adver
Thec two Joint bodies have placed In
charge of the work one man as executive
secretary. Rev. Charles Stelzle. of 1S6
Fifth Avenue. New York. Stelzle Is
known as the exponent of church and
labor activities, and as the foremost rep
resentative of the Idea of social service
by the churches. He got his training in
a machine shop, rather than In a theo
logical seminar He has had experience
In newspaper work, and Is author of
several successful books, including one
on church advertising
The details of the colossal work of
arousing and organizing the churches
throughout the land have been in the
hands ot Mr. Stelzle A large part of the
literature. Including the proposed adver
tisements has been written by him He
has formulated the details of the local
organizations for 2,500 cities In fact,
this work has put him In what is in
effect the most influential position in
RABBI SIMON OPENS
SUNDAY MORNING CLASS
IN JEWISH LITERATURE
In response to a large number of re
quests from joung people of his congre
gation Rabbi Simon organized last Sun
day morning at 11 oclock In the Flghth
Street Temple a class in study of the
literature of the Jews as found In the
Bible and In current topics relating to
the Jewish people to da The aim of
the class Is to extend Jewish education
and culture and the opening quesUon
presented, 'What has the Bible wrought
for civilization?" was listened to by one
and twenty-five Dr Simon announces
that this class is open to the public
MISSION TO INDIA'S LEPERS
GIVES FOOD, SHELTER,
MEDICAL AND MORAL AID
' The World s Lepers ' Is the tltlo or
an address to be made to morrow
(bundav) at 4 p m before the Sundav
afternoon assembly of the Y. M C V
bj M Danner. American Secretar
of the International Mission to Lepers In
India and the East Mr Danner'S ad
dress will be Illustrated with a series of
colored stereoptlcon views showing va
rious phases of leper life
"There are now possiblv LOCO 000 lepers
In the world, ' declared Mr Danner
yesterdaj, "and of these we have some
COO in this country America Is doing
practically ever) thing that is being done
for these unfortunates An American
physician has been able recently to cul
tivate the leper bacillus for the first
time outside of the human body, and
from this discovery we are hoping g-eat
things in the way of treating the dis
ease for it will now be possible to
conduct a search for an anti-toxin upon
a definite basis In addition, the
American government maintains a hos
pltal especially for the treatment of
this one disease in the Hawaiian Islands,
while In the Philippines It has a corps
of trained phylclans. to care for these
"As far as our mission to the lepers Is
concerned, it Is mainly engaged in sup
pis ing these outcasts with shelter, food,
medical treatment, and moral Instruc
tion The mission maintains fifty-two asy
lums for lepers in China, Ceylon, Burma,
Japan, Slam, the Philippines, and Korea,
together with twenty homes for the un
tainted children of leprous parents In
order to prevent the disease frorA being
transmitted from one generation to the
"Washlngtonians are among tho
strongest supporters ot the mission work
to lepers. George X. McLanahan, of
this city. Is a member of the United
States Board of Reference, while among
the contributors In the Capital City are.
Admiral and Mrs. W. II. Brownson,
Christ Church, Christian Endeavor
Union, Church of the Covenant, Miss
Edith Clark. Gunston Hall, William
Phelps Eno, Paul Garber. Mary 8
Hamilton, Hamilton School. Epworth
League, Immanuel Baptist Sunday
School, Miss Mary E. Kingsbury,
Lutheran Memorial Church. Mrs. George
X. McLanahan. Miss Juliet McMaster,
Maj D a Phillips. Miss Juniata Rohr
bock. Miss Harriet R. Southerland, the
King's Daughters, and the Rev. Dr.
Rev. E. H Richards, D D., who has
spent thirty-two years In South Africa,
will speak in Foundry Methodist Episco
pal Church to-morrow morning Dr.
Richards Is very Informing and captivat
ing In all his addresses, and a treat Is In
store for the people who attend this ser
vice. The spetiaf evangelical services will
be continued each evening next week, ex
cept, Saturday. "
Mrs. John N. Culbertson, president of
the Woman's Interdenominational "Mls
slonary Union, will address tlje "Woman's
Missionary Society of the Epworth M. E.
Church South at Its public meeting
Monday evening, and speak on "Home-,
Mission ProbJems'J before the TVc-man's
Missionary Society of the II. E. Church
of Hyattavlll. Md., Thursday afternoon
or home mission week.
Dr. Montgomery will speak at the Met
ropolltan Memorial Methodist Church
Sunday morning on the subject, "The
Trail of Destructive Heresies," and in
the evening on "The Blind Guides of
The Rev. WUliamV. Tudor, first pas
tor of the Mount Vernon Methodist Epis
copal Church South, is busily engaged
denying a report circulated In St
Louis announcing his death. For twelve
years Mr. Tudor was stationed at ot.
Louis. Then he came here.
At the "Win One"' service of the Wash
ington District Epworth League, to be
held In tbe Douglas M. E. Church, at
Eleventh and H Streets Northeast, the
Rev. L. Morgan Chambers, of McKen
dree Church, will deliver the principal
Eastern Presbyterian Church is antic!
patlng the coming ot its recently called
pastor with genuine enthusiasm The
session, trustees, and people generally
seem to look for leadership under him
which will Insure tho prosperity and
progress of the church.
Rev Alfred E. Barrows Is a Western
man. his native State being Illinois He
was graduated from the Hastings Pres
byterian College, Nebraska, and later
REV. ALFRED E. BAnnOVAS,
from the Union Theological Seminar,
New ork Clt L pon graduation from
the seminar lie accepted a position for
three jears In the Syrian Protestant
University, at Beirut Sjrla, acting as
senior Instructor in the collegiate depart
Returning to America he accepted the
pastorate of the First Presbvterian
Church at Homer, I1L. where he re
mained about six years, during which
time tho membership of the church was
more than doubled, and a fine modern
church was built and paid for
About two ears ago he became nas-
tor of the Wckoff Height' Presbterian
Church of Rrookln His pastorate
there has been marked with iv steady
growth In membership, a total of 1M
having been added The church has 450
members and a Sunday school of S00
Successful work with oung people has
been one of the distinguishing features
at ckoff under Rev Mr Barrows
both the oung men and young women
having strong organizations doing active
To-morrow is rali da in the Church
of the Covenant Sundav school
Sunday morning Pr Wood pastor of
the Church of the Covenant, will preach
at 11 o clock The afternoon musical
service at 2 30 oclock will be led by the
double quirtet and the order of service
will include ' Magnificat In G (Mark)t
solo. Pour Out Th Heart Before the
Lord (Moligne) Mr Backing, duet. Re
joice in the I.ord (Schneckerl Mrs,
Reed and Mr Miller anthem, 'If 1 Go
Not Away" fCaldlcott) At the after
noon srv Ice Dr V ood will preach on
' Past Failure ind Present Priv liege "
The evening chorus choir of 100 voices,
under the direction of Mr Wrighfon
will furnl'h the mu'ic for the 8 o clock
The Young Men Cla" of the First
Presbterian Church at Its annual meet
ing on Wednesda evening, elected the
following officers President, L. C Mac
Pherson vice pre'ldent. John F Will
lams, recording secretar C W King,
corresponding secretar. E P Jlnkins.
treasurer, Mr Holden The teacher Is
Dr Donald C MacLeod, pastor of the
The class has entered Into a new spirit
of progresslvencss which portends good
results during the coming ear vvun
hl end In view, a live membership com
mittee has been appointed to endeavor
to Induce those men not already at
flllated with other church organizations
a nnw feature to be Inaugurated Is tne
appointment of an employment commlt
f This committee Is Intended to as
sist the stranger that ma come to our
class, as well as tne memocrs. in Jtcuf
Ing employment ..,.,.
a rnrdial invitation is extended to
all to visit and become members of the
vr Vott Avenue Presbyterian
Church on Sunday evening the music
M ...... nn m,mnl feature In the
harp played by Miss Loretta Do Lone.
who has a Olstinguisneo. pusinuu
i intef hfliHnr been for vears tbe
harpist of St. Thomas' Church of New
York, where her plalng'waa one of the
special Interests In that great church
and also soloist of both the Pittsburg
and Minneapolis Symphony Orchestras
'Father McDonnell's Third Sunday Bri
gade." numbering two thousand men, will
attend mass and receive holy communion
a body at 7 o'clock to-morrow morning
H. Alovaius' Church The services to-
r-orrow will be marked by the opening of
powerful campaign against Socialism,
. MMnA& iinH.p tti aiiRntepfi rtf ttiA
TiTa.Zi a- T-h Cnetotv . nf whfeh Rev
Eugene Da L. McDonnell S. J, Is an ex
Father McDonnell will deliver a short
-, ,mnn .Mlnat Sntlatfm lit th ? iVelnelr
mow. and the men will be urged to help'
IssssPaaaaaa'aaaBK'-' "' asssssi
aatsssasssaaa T aaaaatSsfl
spread 'Tbe Live Issue," a publication
which the Truth Society la using in its
The Aloyslus Club, under the direction
cf Rev. Charles J. Mullaly, S. J has
united its support to the movement, and
It is expected that lectures will be given.
under the auspices of the club, against
Socialism. Father Mullaly will deliver
the sermon at tha high mass In St. Amy
lus to-morrow morning'.
Catholic organizations desirous ofaffll
la ting with the crusade should address
the secretary of tha Washington Trutn
Society, M. Joseph Ryan, 73 N Street
Bfginln&r in Monday evening. Mgr.
Russel will give a course of lectures on
religion, in St. Patrick's Church. The
subjects will be as follows. Monday,
The Square Deal?' Tuesday, "The True
Relleion Easily Known:" Wednesday,
"What's the Matter with the Catholic
ChurehT" and Thursday, "Why Confess
to a ManT" The method of these lec-
turei will be explanatory and not con
troversial. A ouestion box win be placed
at the entrance to the church and ques
tions of a religious character may no
asked Mgr. Russell will take pleasure
in answering these queries eacn'nigni.
The retreat for the men of St. Pat
rick's parish which has been In progress
this week will be concluded on Sunday
night at 7.30 p m. with a reception of
members into the League of the Good
Shepherd. Mgr. Russell, director of tne
league, expects that several hundred will
be added to the membership ot this so
ciety. Rev Joseph P. Turner, CSS
R.. who has conducted the retreat, will
preach tbe sermon, following which the
papal blessing will be given. The serv
ices will come to a close with benedic
tion of tha most blessed sacrament.
Rev. John M. McNamara will preach
the sermon at the solemn high mass at
St Patrick's next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Rev. William J Carroll will be the cele
brant Tbe two choirs will assist under
the direction of Mr. R. Mills Sllby and
Miss Jennie Olennan.
The regular fall meeting of the arch
deaconry of Washington will be held on
Wednesday next November 20, In St
John's Parish Hall, Sixteenth and H
Streets, beginning with holy coramun
Ion at 11 o'clock
The business meeting begins at
o'clock and It cannot be too widely
known that at this meeting all members
of the various congregations will be
made most welcome.
For each clergyman In attendance the
rule of the archdeaconry requires also
a lay delegate to be In attendance If
possible. For these lay delegates and
for the clergy luncheon will be served at
Canon Nelms. D D , and Revs. W. O
Davenport, W J D Thomas, and E. 8
Dunlap, as clerical delegates, and Rear
Admiral C H Stockton. Messrs. S E.
Kramer. W H Singleton, and W M
Lew In. as la delegates, have been at
tending the sessions of the third mis
slonary department council held this
week In Norfolk, Va
Mr S E Kramer was honored by be
ing called upon for an addreis, as was
also Archdeacon R P. Williams
The Church of the Good Shepherd a
aeif-vtirportlng mission chapel Sixth
f Stretts Northeast asks the church's
nelp to raise JS 000 neccssar to com
plete Its church building It appeals to
the whole church throughout tho coun
try, but. of course. In the first Instance
It turns to the men and women of Wash
ington Interested In the welfare and ad
vancement of the diocese In general and
of Its parishc and ml",ion stations In
The church ha' on Its rolls SOO con
firmed persons, 400 children are In Its
Sunda school and a volunteer choir of
forty-five men and bos fills Its chancel
at the bunda services It has the usual
organizations for adults and young peo
ple Mso It has fitted up a portion of
the basement of its parish hall as a
temporal" chapel for deaf mutes, and
services are held In the 'Ign language
every bunda morning
The neighborhood in which the church
works Is rapidly filling up with small
six and eight room liou'es and there are
In the Urge terrltor to which It min
isters but three other churches Prob
abl the fact that tho people are not
able to build them accounts for the ab
sence of churches In better proportion
to the population Checks and offerings
are a'ked for, to be sent to Mr D "
Peters. 63) K Street Northeast. Wash
ington or to thevlcar Rev Cornelius
Stevenson Aboott 509 I btreet Northeast
The diocesan officers of the Girls
Friendl Soclet met last Thur-da aft
ernoon nt the residence of Miss Marion
Oliver, 1767 Q street
There will be a conference with the
clergy and members of the Brotherhood
of fat Andrew at the residence of Bishop
lltrdlng, 1407 Massachusetts Wenue. on
Tuepda November 1" at S oclock
The parishioners of Immanuel Church
vnacostta will hold a church fair at
the Masonic Temple, Fourteenth and U
Streets Southeast on November 1, 19.
20 21. 22. and Z3. It will therefore be a
six das fair, and If energy and enthu
siasm and a spirit of yelf sacrifice will
accomplish It the fair will be a great
In view of Thanksgivirg Day's ap
proach. Rev Alfred J P McClure. treas
urer and financial agent of the General
Clergy Relief Fund. Is mailing literature
concerning the claims of the poor and
infirm clergy and the widows and
orphans of the clerg) to those Interested
When the State corporations, the tele
phone companies, the railroad com
panies, are all making large provision for
their employes, and Mr Carnegie Is look
ing after school-teachers In a similar
way. It seems high time that church peo
ple should do something for the worn
out clergy and those dependent on them.
The Indifference on this subject so ap
palled Ian Maclaren (Dr John Watson)
that he suggested that the old ministers
should be shot'
The annual meeting of the First Needle
Work Guild of Washington City will be
held at the residence of Mrs. Robert
Craig. 1S22 I Street Northwest Friday
morning, November 22, at 11 o clock The
contribution ot two or more articles of
clothing for the poor constitutes member-
snip in this organization Miss Virginia
Mason Dorsey Is secretary of the guild
The annual convention of the Columbia
Baptist Association, the representative
body of all the Baptist churches In the
city, will begin at the Metropolitan Bap
tist Church Fifth and A Streets North
east on Monday evening The annual J
sermon will be preached that evening by
Rev. HInson V Howlett. pastor of the
Second Baptist Church Tuesday morn
ing will be taken up with the enrollment
cf delegates and routine business The
convention will last up to and Including
As previously announced in this Column
there will be an address on Wednesday
evening b) Rev. Samuel JUne Batten, the
recently appointed Social Service and
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW
IN WASHINGTON AND ITS VICINITY.
Notices for these columns should reach The Herald office by 9p.m. Friday.
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ST. ANDREWS CHURCH,
Cor. 14th and Ooreona HU. N. W.
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ISO p, m. EKttlsc aenice and
ALL SOULS' MISSION.
Cor. Conn, and Cathedral Area.
Her. J aUcBrld Bterrett.
f 309 a. m. Hoi Commnnjon,
11 353 a. nt Morning trajvr and aennon.
09 p. m. Erenins aooc
AMERICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,
xTrrrrthlnc trulr Catholic, nothlxiz Itoman.
The Natiritr. Hth and A ae 73). 10. 11. .
Tbe KeaarrectlGE. Uth and O ne. 33). 4.
6T JAilES- CHCnCII. tth St.. near O St. ne.
Serrlcca 730. M3, and II a. m.: 330 aad 73
p. m. rraefcer, at 11 a. to., the Err. F. Ward
Denre. All welcome, el vara.
NEW TORK AVE. PBESBTTERIAN CflORCB.
New York Are., II and 1Kb, Sta.
Dr Wallace Baddiffe. Faster.
11130 a. nu Public vorihip; with arrmon br tbe pas
ter 8 DO p. m. Leat TblDca-tbe teat Word."
Mule bjr quartet choir abated bj Mlaa LoretU
De Lone, the diatingviihed harp aoloiat
of New York.
831 m.-Blble aebooL
45 a. m. Adult daatea.
C J) p. to. Christian Eadearor Sccietr.
FIRST. ' tbe Stnnarr'i Sabbath Home ' John Mar
hall Place nw Donald C MacLeod. Miniater II
a m.. lenncri br tbe paator 745 IX m.. aermoo br
the paator All are welcome.
encnen op the oovev int.
Conn. Are.. and Uth Sta.
Chirk. Wood. Mlsiater
Bernard G Braakaap Mlnietrr'a Aa&latast
narry Baremore Acrus, Minister ot Teok Cbapet
1180 a. m. Sermon by the doiater
Muaaeel aarrVw led br double anartet frecn jJO to 4
40 p. ra. Seraon br tbe mJnlater, eubject Put
yallcre aod Preaest PriTBese
1st r ow Sermon br tbe mtnliter subject,
' Fal Promt. '
Drenmf cborua cfeolr of 100 roicea, Srdner Uoed
Armdar actwol at t 45 4 to,
CbrbttSD Eodeavor r ieuc-2 at I U p. m.
Thursday ctenlrc at S midweek seniee.
CUIM.ET MEMORIAL I'ltESBlTERIAN
CHtncn na Are. near 7th St. nw Iter D K.
VVame cf Trenton N J wilt preach at 11 a. m.
Midweek serrloe. Thursday at 8 p. hi.
E. HEZ StVEM TELLS A QUEER STORT 8
ri m. and hH latest rrirlnal ftuur will be aung
Octet mil B.p, cti. lh A Eje Ms. lie
TEMrLE BArnaT ClILRCH. 10th and N Sta.
Ilr 1 J Mulr pastor ITtichtrr Ham.
ort and Country 7 IS r m. What a lie.
jood' Bspctrm. Bible school 5 JO a. m. J. T
Curry. rapertntendenL C E.. 7 rx xn
STRANGERS HOME. SHILOR BAPTIST
Chart L St. between 16th and rth Sta. nw Rer
i Milton WaMron. P D pastor Sunday school
'JO a m. Adult Bible class in main auditorium at
W a. m. Sermooa at 11 a. m. and 731 p. m. by the
lastor. Vested chdr VII erata tree. A cordial
rositation to all cfrecialbj atranfen.
FIRST SPIRITU4UST CHCRCH. PTTHUN
Temple Kn tth St. nw. nrst floor T-0 p. m..
lecture by Rer George VV Kates Are VV e Crate
full Mcvagrs bv Mm. Kstem. AU mrited
TUB SECULAR LEAGUE.
HOW TO BE A MA'S WORTH WHILF BY
rrof John PhOlirw Meakin. at 3 p. m.. Pythian
Temde TttU Mh St. nw Seats free.
Brotherhood secretary of the American
Baptist Publication Soclet) Dr Batten
speaks at the Instance of the Social Ser
vice Committee, which has arranged for
a social service exhibit at the church
Among the material that will be ex
hibited - a display by the Carnegie Pub
lic Libra rj of some of the material in
the Ilbrar pertaining to social service
and to conditions in the clt in particular
Rev Dr E M Stephenson completed
vesterdav at the becond Church a week
cf services of unusual Interest At the
afternoon session he spoke on ' f-oclal
Life of the Sundav bchool." and in the
evening on. "Sustained Evangelism" '
Rev Mr Friz-cell is giving a eries of
Sunda) evening lectures Illustrated with
stereoptlcon views. The topic for to-morrow
Is "Tbe Problem of Amusements and
Beginning to morrow Rev Frank J.
Goodwin will give a course of Sunday
evening sermons at the Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church The topics will
November 17. "The Silences of the New
Testament on the Future Life '
November 24, ' Some Lessons from the
VA art are of Science and Theology '
December 1, 'The Decay ot Reverence
for th" Sabbath "
Dece-nber 8. "Christian Science it" "v Ir-
tues Its Errors, and its Reversal to Prim
itive Ignorance and Pagan Htartless
ness." December 15, "The Question of social
Equality In the Christian Church '
December 22, Christmas sermon.
"What is Happiness' '
December 23, "Christ as an Optimist '
At the monthl) meeting of the Con
gregational Brotherhood at tho First
Church last night Dr Merrill E. Gates
gave the address. His topic was. "The
New England Town Meeting and Citizen
ship In Washington, ' A. J Osgood pre
sided Washington Temple,
New York Ave. and 13th St.
3 P. M.
THE METRO POUTAV jnaiORUI, METHODls!
CHURCH, corner of John Marshall place and (I
St nw. James Kbera Montjomerj, sjinlater. If ora
ls. Berries at 11 o dock, with sermon by the pas
tor; subject Tl. Trail ot Detfroctlra Heresies."
Epworth tcaxoe aerotlonal amice, with apectal
"S,.mJ.t ,w- At 80 dock Dr. Montgomery
wmieonduet peoples sorters, subject of sermon.
Toe Bund Guides of life." yree seats to all the
HAMLINE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Ninth and P Streets Northwest
B.EV. JOSEPH M. M. GRAY. MINISTER.
IM a. tx Sunday school.
110 a. an. "America a Proridential Posaeaaloo.'
tt v m.-Epworth Learae eerrlce.
8IO p. nu-"THE UEALTTT OF CHRIST."
All lltUnrs free. Visitors always welcome.
FOUNDRY. Uth and Church bta.
RET W. R. WEDDERSPOON. D. D.. Pastor.
138 a. to-Sundaj achooL
HXaa.rn.-BEV E. H RICHARDS, D D, (1
T m p. m. Epworth Leaene.
8 p. m.--FTRalVEE&s.
Visiters welcome. Quartet choir.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCH. cornet
10th and O Sts, nw Iter Samuel IL Woodrow.
D D . paator Bee. Lewla E. Purdum, assistant
pastor. 11 a. m.. public worship, with sermon by
tbe taator, subject. " Our Country, God a Coun
try" In m.. lecture br tbe pastor 00 "Tha
Prophet. Wisdom and Work. Mnala by quartet
and cborua choir 30 a. m., Sunday eehoot irta
p. m.. Y. P 8- a E.
ALL KOCLS CHURCH, comer Hth and L Sta.
Ulysses G B liens D D . minister 8-45 a a..
Sunday achool. Post-graduate Class. Claae for the
Comiaraiir. Study of Reunion, and Lnltj Study
Claaa. 11 a. m., momrns aerrlee; sermon by Dr
Pierce. There in also kindergarten, ArMff the hour
of morning- worship, 8 p. m.. Young Peoplea Re
ligious Union. The tublie turned to all serricea.
CHURCH OP OCR FATHER. Uth and L Sta,
nw Rer. John Van Schaick. Jr.. D D paator.
11 a. to, sermon by tbe pastor, subject The Wsr
In tha Balkars. -fc a. m. Sunday achooL 11
a. m.. kindergarten. 7 p, m.. Y P. C U
MEMORIAL 8 D. A. CnURCH !"". tint ST
nw. Sunday erenicg Nof 17. 713 p. m. The
Coming World War aa Foretold In Proriiecy
Lecture well illustrated by atereopticoa. Public tu
rned. GOSPEL MISSION,
Z14-38 4S St (John Mirthsll Place 1
Harry Hadley. ef New York (son of the Iwlorrd
ham Hadley, deceased) will erewk to-night aM
hunday night at 8 oclock Gospel .Trices erery
night 720. Bright testimonial.. Good racgmg.
M3W cm rtcii.
NEW CHURCH. lMh and Corcoran Bta. nw The
Iter. Prank Hewell D D . pastor will preach st
11 a. m. Balaam. ss Speaking Num. zxl.
An explanation and moral sprlicatjon. hunday
school. 1204. V esprf. 5 r m. with brief sddrrM.
All are cordiaDy welcome Free loaa library of tho
writmgi of Swrdenborg and free tracts In the mtl
FIRST CHURCH OP tnRIST SriPNTIST r
Iumbu Koad. Ejchd arul Champlain Sta. genie.
Sunday 11 a. m. and 1 p. m.
Subject -MORTALS AND IMMORTVLS.
Sunday school. II s m. Wedoendar etenlrg
meeting 8 p. m. rubue cordially inrited. Read
ing room (& Colorado Bldg
WASHINGTON LODGE. THEOOPHICAL v
CIETY the Germsnia Vrertment X 3d and B ..
se The thirty seventh anniversary of the T
Speaking by Mr J It Carms, Mrs. V M Jacour-t
and others. 8 0 dock p. m. All inrttal VIer'ing f
tbe Order of the Stir In the East at 7 odock
p. m. NorembcT ". 3K and 3X course of ei
turrn will be green by Mr W. L. Rogers, of Rldce
wood N J at Studio Han. 1219 Cecal. Are
QUFSTION MEETIN1, SINDVT U33 AT BOOM
to Corcoran Blag. rtbUe cordially inrited. Free
dlac-aulon of foeosophy Wedne-diy e-renlngs st
NATIONAL SEW THOIGHT CaCTTER.
DR. RICKER LEAD THE DAILY NOON
meeting. Mies FTnrra Gray conducta the sympo
sium Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Clasa for chlHr-m Sat
urdays at 1OJ0 a. m. Loan and Trust Bid Pub
ORIENTIL PHILOSOPirii .
ORIENTtL ESOTERIC SOCIETY 140 Q ST.
nw Actlre and cnrresrouding membrntlp. Lev
ture Sunday erenic. 8J3. by Mia. Mar-kind sub
ject 'East and West. PubUc cordially inrited.
Secretar) of the Nav) Meyer ) ester
da) personal!) commended Walter J.
Dorse), of Baltimore, a sailor on tne
battleship Louisiana, for his ' self-sacr-cing
conduct In donating his blood to
save the life of a 'hlpmatr Samuel
Riley, who was apparentl) In a dying
condition as a result of Illuminating gas
Rile) s life was aved by the transfu
sion of blood
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
ITS B Street Koutheist-ltrraiin H Howeniem et
ux. to Chsse C tote let 137 square to S10
Bsrrr (arm Marr h. Ho land to Jsmrs H and
areh L. Jenkins j.rt U J lert u I S30O.
Connecticut Vreriie Hrifihtj-VV lUiim Ra rd et ia.
to 1 mere 1 Lad I urt Int. ( and Mock 3. Il
Lacier Heights t harle. i VV i-- ct a. to Kajncca
vi viicn let 401. ro
Meridian Hul Bernard J VWrerr et ux to Grady L.
Hutchison, lot f ruusr- Zf Jit
Columbia Hfl.ht Wallace VV Parsons et ux. tie
Msry Fiugrrald lot n Work 3 1
C street NorthelQ" tatweri Tentu and Ebrreata
Streets-Mary ntarrral I to VV allace W and Mary
J ranons. lot 79 -quart & $10
South Carolina Arm i beast brtwoen Fonr
trend and Flflcent I trrft H K Howeustem
et at trus r lo Oarl-. M Car-on, Jot 66
square 100 tU
Villa Park Ueutht- f'lra Jlsrrlen et rU- to Mary
A Nooney let 4 tyrau-e 436 O00 S3.
Manor 1 ark William II Murrow et at to Paul S"e-
min and Harry i Lerch. lot OS square 2344, SL
D Street South-ast, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
i-trerts Harry A Kite et uj to Jacob A. Kroom
1 t 43. square let. I0 Harry A. KIU et ux. b
John VV and Willie E. ltojhong. lot t aquara
1X4. $10 Sime to Jreeph P and Gertrude P
Lawrence lot 40 square 1C4 tia
North I.inille Higliiands-Lasrenoe A Pyl. et ut
to I s Realty Company lota Se and 57. square
D Street Southrast between Fifteenth and s,t
teenth Streets narry A Kite et ux. to Samuel
and Clara CX Altun. lot SO square 107t 810 Sam.
to Charles F and Uila B MatthuL lot SZ.
square 104. 810.
tlieentty Urlghts-Jamm H Huling et ux to Psol
D Connor lots 60. 0 and 71 Mock 7 810
Peter's MDl-Seat-Loulsa S NlehoN to Cha.Vs G
Stone part. 810
Metropolis 1 lew-Catherine Itosc et si to WUlUm
E. Leahy nsrts Iota 8 and S2 00O
Chulum Castle Heights Washington Land and Meat
cage Conrpajiy to Armatron- Kobleginl tt tv
lots 80. 90. and 04 to 97 square DS S2i
Sixteenth Street HtlWlnds (.eorre L Wthcr et ux
to Armstrong Krxdegard A. Co.. lots and 3
ChiUnm CftL Heights John B klnrwar et ix
to Kr-ivrt N Kobtrcard. lots r and 5 square
7C83, and lota 4 and 5. square 7T8. t"
Dobbine AddlUon-Robert It 3Iieil! et ux to
Alrin H Une lot "2. Mock J 810
Washington Highlands-Charles G Taj kr to Mtrhaet
F Brren. lots a to Zl block 3 815
IBS Seventh Street ISortawest-Ro.'ert lallahan, ir
et ux. to Edward C Perry lots - "1. snd part
lot 72, squire 443 110
IcgleaKle Joseph Andrews to Clifford Lewis. lot
S3, block 4. DO
Walter Mreet Southea-t bct'ern Twelfth a'd Thir
teenth Streta-W VV.Ii.ce l hUell et aL trus
tee., to s,iema Crowder let 1 square 1013. JlO
Second Street Southeast, between D snd E "treeta
Florrnce D JlcAnhrr et na to WUlle J and
Iinian E. Riehardron lot 7i square S3 to
Connecticut Attune Terrace James s Jtaser et ux
to Henry L. Meets lots su i r square 1T lit
T Street Nnrthwrst between Eiahteenth and Nine
teenth Streets t.eorge W Parlrman et at. to
Charles V Wearer let r square 132. $10.
Bine Itidae Hlht-l-"rederlck II Vllctnan et nx ts
Joa-v P Stuckert. lots o 4i t lock ITS lots 1
to "". block TSI lota I to " Work "S2 lot. I
to 58. bleek SS. lot. ! te 18. bock ESI lots 1 to
"C block OTS. Ml I to SS, btrwk 23T 11 h
3. Mock 3. Ks 1 to 13. Muck ZM. UXa U tc
SO, block 730, 118.
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