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THE' WASHINGT ON" HERALD, SATURDAY, fyOVEMBEK; 13. 1915.
IS LECTURE SUBJECT
Ungdon Warner Gives Illustrated Talk
on Survey for Proposed ,
School at Peking.
With the Washington Churches
The Washington Society of the Arch
aeological Institute of America held Its
fourteenth annual meetlnc at the resi
dence of Mrs. John B Henderson. Six
teenth street and Florida avenue. last
Dr. Charles D. Walcott. president of
the society, presided. These officers were
elected: Dr. Charles D. v"".piU
dent: Henry White. Miss Mabel Board
man. Mrs. Henry T. Dlmock, and CoL
Itobert M. Thompson, vice presidents.
Mitchell Carroll. general secretary:
Evans Browne, recording secretary; John
B Lamer, treasurer; Charles Henry But
ler. Mitchell Carroll. F. Ward Denys.
Gilbert H. Crosvenor. William II Hol
mes. Hon. Itobert Lansing. Herbert Put
nam, and Charles D. Walcott. council
lors, and the above-mentioned officers
and JSdson Bradley. Henry Klrke Porter.
Judge Martin A. Knapp. Mrs. James
Brown Scott. George O. Tottcn. Jr.. Miss
Kmlly Tucfcerman. executive committee.
The principal event of the evening was
an address on the "Art and Archaeol
ogy of China," by Langdon Warner, for
merly of the Boston Museum of Arts,
who conducted the preliminary survey
for the proposed American School of
Archaeology in racing during jbjj ana
1914. His lecture was profusely Illus
trated with lantem slides collected by
him during h!s trip.
Mr. Warner gave an interesting ac
count of his tour, and presented many
The Columbia Association of Baptist
Churches will hold Its thirty-eighth an
nual meeting next week, at Grace Bap
tist Church. Ninth and D streets south
east. The sessions will begin on Mon
day evening when the annual sermon
will be delivered by Hev. H. W. O.
Mininrtnn nastnr of the Brookland
Baptist Church. Dean William A. Wil-J
bur. of George Washington University,
moderator of the association, will pre
side. The field of the association will be
presented at the Tuesday evening ses
sion, when Rev. Dr. S. II. Greene, pas
tor of Calvary Baptist Church, will
speak on "Our Benevolences:" Rev.
W. Many, pastor of East Washington
Heights Church, will speak on Our
District Work." and Rev. Dr. G. u.
Johnson, pastor of Immanuel Church,
will speak on "The Church a Force, rot
Wednesday evening J. J. Darlington
will present the report of the commit-
tee on missions ana ""-""" ;
j.. j .., t.. r.av C Lamson. of
the Northern Baptist Cnn"on. ?
by Rev. a J. Thompson, of the faoutn-
Owen P. Kcllar will report on young
peoples' work Thursday """-"
Rev. George D. Adams. D. D.. of Phlla-
delphia. will give an aaare u.. ...-
Wine In Old Skins.
The daily morning and afternoon ses
sions will be devoted to the business
of the association. On Wednesday
.fi.MAnn tVi women s
. .m. nr ahseninrfcal discovery morning arm """- -- , ...
and excavation in the flower kingdom. missionary organuauon. ?-
He showed how advantageous it would
be for the Archaeological Institute of
America to organize in China a school
corresponding to its schools In Athens.
Rome and Jerusalem.
When Pooling Methods Were Beneficial.
(Writttn eirrtstJr for The Washiaston HmU.)
By Dr. E. J. DDWARDS.
The late Charles C. Clarke, who was
for fifty years associated much of the
time as vice president of the vanacrDiu
system of railroads with the Vanderbllt
family, said to roc. shortly after he re
tired from that management, in lSto. that
it was one of the strangest of all the
features associated with railroad devel
opment in the United States that meth
ods that were years ago adopted so as to
prevent cutthroat competition and ruin
ous traffic war were, many years later,
declared by law to be Illegal.
"I remember well." said Mr. Clarke,
"when the Michigan Central Compsny
and the Lake Shore Railroad Company
were in a desperate competitive battle for
business between Chicago and New TorK.
The struggle had reached the point where
one certainly, and perhaps both com
panies, would be ruined. I was at that
time assistant treasurer of New York
Stale. John M. Forbes, of Boston, who
had taken up the incomplete Michigan
Central and finished it, with Chicago as
the terminal, came forward with the
proposition that the two railroad com
panies should organize a pool so mat. m
Btead of fighting, each would receive Its
proportionate share of business, it was
retarded as a wonderful suggestion. It
put an end to the battle, and after that
both roads prospered for many years.
"Now if a pool Is organized the organ
izers are liable lo criminal prosecution.
I don't mean to say that Congress In this
day did not act wisely when it prohib
ited pools. Perhaps conditions have
greatly changed, but it was the pool
which saved the railroad situation In
parts of the United States in the early
Several years later, I mentioned to a
common friend this conversation with
Mr. Clarke, and he said that certain
agreements which were made fifty and
sixty years ago with manufacturers in
the valley of the Housatonlc River re
sulted in creating .one of the greatest
brass-manufacturing industries in the
world, certainly the greatest In the Unit
ed States. Today an agreement of that
kind would have rendered those who
made it liable to criminal prosecution in
the United States courts.
In explanation of this statement he
said: "In the early years of the past
century, about HV there were a num
ber of manufacturers in a small way of
brass in that district of Connecticut of
which Watcrbury is now the center. The
competition between them was intense.
The chief copper-smelting plant in the
United States was at that time located
near Baltimore. The brass manufactur
ers were accustomed to go lo Baltimore
once or twice a ear to buy copper. They
discovered that the competition which
they thought Justified their underbidding
one another or overbidding for copper
was harmful to all. They therefore
came to- an agreement that they would
not appear in Baltimore in competition,
but would fix upon a common price
which they would offer for the copper.
This agreement worked extremely well,
although it did not stop and was not in
tended to competition in the markets
where brass was sold. Today an agree
ment of that kind would be unlawful.
Then It made the brass industn,. wlucn
has attained Immense piorortions. pos
sible. "At about the same time the brass
manufacturers discovered that excessive
competition of the kind that would ruin
a weaker or smaller manufacturer of
brass always reacted harmfully. There
was therefore an agreement to ool the
brass output. This saved small concerns,
steadied the business and increased the
prosperity of the Industry. Yet today a
pool of that kind is forhidrten by our Fed
eral statutes, very llkelv for good reason,
because ccnditlons may lo changed."
in .- Ureases from national lead
era in the women's work The Sunday
school session will be held at 3 "clock
Wednesday when addresses will be
given by Rev. S. G. Nell. D. D.. of the
Baptist Publication Society, and by Rev.
I J. Vanness. of the Sunday school
board of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion. Rev Dr Weston Bruner. who was In
charge of the recent Baptist campaign
In this city, will close the meetings at
Fifth Baptist Churcn tomorrow. j."
morning subject is "The Cross." while
i-- iti .m.v in me eveninK un '-
Second Coming of Christ"
At Its annual business meeHng, held In
the church parlors on Tuesday "-enlng.
the Petworth Baptist Church elected the
following officers. Herbert W. Ludwlg.
clerk: Fred V. Shanks, treasurer;
Messrs. Shields. Sands. Rice and Vlers.
finance committee; C. S Sands, repre
senative on the executive board, and
Merrs. Langhorne and Test, deacons.
Seven delegates to the next meeting or
the Columbia Association of Baptists
were also elected, the delegation being
headed by former deacon. Z La Pelle.
Provision was also made at this meet
i.. r. h xrtnnlntment of a "secretary
of personal work" for this church, and It
Is planned to carry on a vlgorpus and
systematic campaign among non-church
goers of the community with the Idea
of Interesting them In the work of the
church. Deacon II. W. Ludwlg will prob
1.11. b crimed to direct this work.
nendlng the calling of a pastor, and to
assist In It thereafter.
It developed at this meeting that there
Is unanimity of sentiment for the calling
nf nw Ralnh Wright as pastor of the
church, and while no formal call has as
yet been extended It is certain that a
strong effort will be made to Induce him
to accept the place. Baptists of other
-h.,.Ahaa whn hearri T)r. Wrlcht recently
at Calvary Chiffon will be lntereste4ln
the outcome of the enorts 01 me i-ei-w-orth
Church to procure him as pastor.
Rev. Hubert Bunyea, who has so ac
ceptably filled the pulpit of this church
on a number of occasions, recently, is
expected to preach at both services to
tomorrow. The chorus choir, with John
C. Smith and James L. Jones as soloists,
will sing as usual.
The Eastern conference of the Evan'
Helical Lutheran Synod of Maryland
will hold Its ".fall session In EL John's
Lutheran Church, this city. Rev. Paul
D. Leddln. pastor, on Monday, Novem
ber 15, beginning with a devotional serv
ice at 10 o'clock, conducted by Dr- P.
H. Miller, of Baltimore. Rev. W. E.
Brown, of Baltimore, will give an ex
position of Revelation. 30. In the aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock Dr. Paul Burg
dorf, of Baltimore, will read a paper
on Article VII of the Augsburg Con
fession "Of the Church." At 2 o'clock
Rev. II. D. Newcomer, of Baltimore,
will address the conference on "How
Correlate the S. S. Service and
Church Service." Rev. John C Bowers,
of Catonsvllle. former pastor of St.
Mark's Church, this city, will speak on
"The Lutheran Brotherhood," and Dr.
L. H. Waring, of the Georgetown Luth
eran Church, will read a paper on "Our
Attitude Toward Other Churches" at 4
o'clock. "The Observance of Special
Days" will be tho subject of an address
by Dr. E. E. Ide. of Baltimore, at 4:30
The vesper service at 8 o'clock will be
conducted" by Dr. J. T. Huddle, pastor
of St. Paul's Church, this city, and two
nddresses will be mado by Dr. L. M.
Zimmerman, of Baltimore, and Dr. C
P. Wiles, of Philadelphia, former pastor
of Keller Memorial Church, this city,
on "Inner Missions" and "Church Lit
erature." respectively. The conference
Is composed of the Lutheran churches
of Baltimore and Washington and vi
cinity of the general synod, about fifty-
clergymen being on the roll. Dr. John
Weldley, pastor of the Lutheran Church
of the Reformation, this city. Is the
president, and Rev. 8. J. Miller, of West
Arlington, Is secretary.
Rev. Paul D. Leddln. pastor of the
church In which the conference will
meet. Is still confined to his room and
unable to walk on account of a very
serious automobile accident which oc
curred about two months ago.
Rev. Dr. Charles F. Steck. pastor of
Epiphany Lutheran Church, Is attend
Ing the dedicatory services of the new
Lutheran seminary building at Hamma
Divinity School, Wittenberg College.
Springfield. Ohio, where he Is to be one
of the speakers. Rev. G. H. Slaybaugh
will occupy Dr. Steck s pulpit tomorrow.
Men's day will be observed at Luther
Place Memorial Church on Sunday. No
vember IS, when the pastor. Rev. Henry
Anstadt, will preach a special sermon to
men at the evening service. Efforts are
under way which are expected to secure
the attendance of all the men In the
church and many of their friends.
The Men's Club has chosen the follow
ing officers for the coming year: Presi
dent. Dr. W. K. Butler; vice president.
W. J. Showalter; secretary-treasurer. T.
E. Klosterman. The executive commit
tee Includes the pastor, the officers and
Fred A. Schmidt and C. P. Fralley.
LOCAL PARK TO HAVE
MORE TENNIS COURTS
CoL Harts. Details Plans for Athletic
Grounds at Meeting of De
partmental League. .
A plan for the extensive development
of a part of Potomac Park for outdoor
sports was outlined to local tennis play
era Ty CoL W. W. Harts, superintendent
of public buildings and grounds, at the
first annual smoker of tho DeDartmental
iennis League at the Ebbltt Hotel.
vie, are laying out a comprehensive
scheme for the development of the area
?0.r22 8 p' m-:. ".? the co'!lulon ot I bridges for sports." said CoL Harts. "It
t, irtA.0-eXnll,t, "rmons deliver- is an area In which more spice will be
-- i mid iwiw, nev. j. v. uaiaerston.
C- V. HIbbard, International secretary
of the T. M. C. A., a speaker of nations!
renown, will speak at the Metropolitan
Methodist Church tomorrow morning at
H o'clock. In the evening at o'clock
Dr. Montgomery will deliver an address
on tho subject "The Glory of the Well
diggers." this being: the third In the se
ries "The Men Who Have Made Good."
The YiM.CC rininet Tm nlll in
duct an evangelistic service at Congress
un . ". -wnurcn. Georgetown, to-
(Corftifiht. MIS. by E. J. EJwirdi. All UigbU Ii
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
The revival services In the Centennial
Baptist Church were very successful,
eighty-nine persons being received Into
the church. A number are to be bap
tized by the pastor. Rev. E. Hex Swcm,
tomorrow night. Evangelist A. J. Co
cass has cone to Texas to visit a hrother.
and will reach his home In California in
Tlie four-day celebration of the fiftieth
anniversary of First congregational
Church will continue today and tomor
row. The women's meeting will be held
this afternoon nt 3:, with Mrs. Julia T.
Bodfish presiding. A brief history of the
women's societies will be given by repre
sentatives of these organizations. A mis
sionary pageant entitled "The Vision"
will also be presented under the direction
of Miss KIsw Hand, of Philadelphia, who
is- the composer.
The musical srrvice this evening will
include an organ recital by the organist
of the church. William Stansfleld. and
the singing by the quartet of composi
tions of the former blind organist. Dr.
BischofT. who for many years was mu
sical director of the church. Rev. Dr.
s. M. Newman, president of Howard
University, will sieak In tribute to Dr.
Three former pastors will be heard to
morrow. At the morning service Rev.
Dr. Jay T. Stocking, of Montclalr. N. J.,
will preach; in the afternoon at 3:3n Hev.
Dr. Newman will conduct the communion
service, and at 8 p. m. Rev. Dr. S. H.
Woodrow. of St. l,ouis. will deliver a
sermon, to which the young people of
the church are especially Invited.
Rev H. V Lutz. pastor of Hx.trect
Christian Church (southwest), is conduct
ing a series of evangelistic services in
that church whlrh will continii" throiigu
the coming week, with meetings every
clay except Saturday. Mr. Lutz was for
many years the evangelist of the Amer
i, .in Christian Missionary Society in the
r istcrn district, which Includes Wash
ington, and gave up that position about
four years ago to accept the pastorate
of this churcn. His sermon subjects to
morrow are for the morning service.
How to Get Power," and for the even
ing "Story of My Conversion from In
fidelity." The singing is in charge of
j A. E. Smith, and is said to. be
earnest and uplifting.
his seriej of sermons on first cen
to Christianity, Rev. George A. Miller,
,ator of Ninth Street Christian Church,
w). use as his topic for tomorrow even
In "Th Wilderness Cry."
Tomorrow morning Rev. Earle Wllfley.
pjsto' or the Vermont Avenue Christian
Chuli. will preach a sermon on divine
n.icrvatlon based on t! text. "That
Nothing Be Lost."
At the evening service Mme. Mount -
rord. wh0 UveG In Palestine for manyj
years, win spean. on ine -vaijvuy."
ppep Interest has been manifest In the
pestor's Thursday evening Bible talks,
ai)0- a large proportion of the congrega
tion """ present Iat Thursday night.
jjr yilfley' subject on next Thursday
evening wttl be "The Four Hundred Silent
Dr. William Stansfleld. organist and
choir director of the First Congregational
Church, has arrancd the following pro
gram of music for the morning service
tomorrow: Organ prelude. Hymn-tune
Voluntaries No. t. St. inn. Frost: an
them. Festival Te Deum In E flat. Buck;
anthem, "Lovelv Appear" (the Redemp
tion), Gounod; offertory, bass solo, "Open
the Gates of the Temple." Knapp; organ
!ostlude. Grand Chorus in E fiat. Gull
mant. The music for the evening service
will include a processional hymn, anthem.
"Forward Be Our Watchword, Shelley:
offertory, soprano and bass solos and
chorus of women's voices. List the Cheru
bic Host ('The Holy City"). Gaul; the
Hallelujah Chorus. Handel, and organ
postlude. Fiat Lux. Dubois. There will
bo a short orCTjn recital preceding the
Mgr. William T. Russell, pastor of
St. Patrick's, will officiate tomorrow
evening at the closing of the men's
retreat which has been conducted dur
ing the past week by Rev. Father
Robert, of the Passlonlst Order. At
this service several hundred new
members will be received Into the
league of the Good Shepherd. Father
Robert wlllJdellver the sel-mUri. which
will Immediately precede the Investi
ture of the new members with the
Good Shepherd badge.
The League of the Good Shepherd
is composed of the men of St. Patrick's
parish, and was established several
years ago by Mgr. Russell when he
came to Washington. Previously he
had started It In several Baltimore
parishes, notably the Cathedral, where
he was stationed for a number of
years as the secretary of Cardinal
Gibbons. The league's members meet
every Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock In
St. Patrick's Church for the regular
recitation of their office, which Is fol
lowed by a sermon and benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament. With the
newly received members on Sunday It
will now number about 1,100.
The masses will take place tomor
row at the usual hours, 7. 8. 9, 10,
and a solemn high mass at 11 o'clock.
The celebrant of the last mass will be
Rev. John M. McNamara. and Rev.
James A. Smyth will preach.
During next week there will be a
course of lectures for non-Catholics
on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday.
Thursday, and Friday evenings at 7:30
p. m. Rev. John C Smyth. C S. P..
one of the professors at St. Thomas'
College. Brookland. D. C will be the
speaker. TJie subjects to be consid
ered by Father Smyth are as follows:
Monday. "Religious Indifference Is
It Reasonable." Tuesday, "The God
Man. Jesus Christ." Wednesday. "How
Does Christ Teach Mankind?" Thurs
day. "Confession of Sins to a Priest."
Friday, "The Sacrament of the Lord's
A feature of these services that will
prove ot Interest to many will be the
question box at the entrance to the
church. In which may be deposited
queries on the teachings and doc
trines of the Catholic Church. After
the lecture each evening the questions
that have been placed In the box will
be answered, as far as the time per
mits. These lectures. It Is stated, have
heen arranged to explain the truths
taucht by the Catholic Church, and
are not intended to be controversial
In any manner.
during the month of October. In con
nection with this service th. v r n x.
Male Quartet win render special tnuslc.
Tomorrow mornlnar in TTAtmiii-t, rm.
odlst Episcopal Church J. M. Clinton. In
ternational Y. M. a A. secretary, will
speak on "The New China." In the
evening the pastor. Rev. W. R. Wed
derspoon. will preach on the theme "The
Young Man, a Son. Brother, Friend,"
being the fifth sermon In the series on
"The American Home."
Rev. John MacMlirray preaches at the
Union M. E. Church, Twentieth street
souui ot Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, on the
theme, "Jesus Christ as a Judge."
In the evening at 8 o'clock will oc
cur the song service and pastor's twenty
minute sermon talk on the topic. "Saved
by What?" in the November Sunday
"tui acnes on eaivation.
A mUSlcale Will b th nnl.- e .-rt
by the Epworth League of Fonudry M.
E. Church, tomorrow evening at 6:U
o'clock. The entire program will be made
up of vocal and Instrumental numbers
by the league choir and orchestra.
Harold 8. Minor will conduct the sing
ing and Charles Ernst win direct the
The attendance upon the league de
votional meetings has lnrrm4 .
Sunday since the ODenlng of the fall
activities. The membership has Increased
10Per cent within the last few months.
The chanter conducted Its regular
monthlv devotional meeUnc at the Gospel
Mission on Wednesday evening 'with an
Increased corps of leacuers present This
special work Is under the direction of
Miss Gene ClsseL
Areceptlon Is to be given the new mem
bers on Wednesday evening. November
17. In the church parlors. The young
ladles of the League have charge of
me ueiaus lor mis reception and enter
tainment which comts as a climax to
me recent membership contest
Under the direction of the third vice
president of the Washington District
Epworth League a study class in social
service Is held at Rust Hall. Vrlrt.v
ocmns eacn ween, illsi Morris, Meth
odist deaconess at the Lucy Webb Hayes
Training School, Is the Instructor, having
given her services each week during the
winter. The subject taken up during the
fall session Is "Dependent Famlles."
and the social service workers through
out the District leagues are Invited by
Miss Day to attend eaih lecture.
The District president. Robert D. Bur
bank, will conduct the Epworth League
service tomorrow evening, at Eldbrooke
Chapter Epworth League. Tennallytowr.
available each year. We hope to place
twenty-eight more tennis courts there.
"We also hope to run a branch of the
street car lines to the section so that
It-will be easily accessible to the public.
We hope to Install swimming pools near
the present tennis courts. All In all. the
future for Washington seems extremely
bright. If we can continue to keep up
the enthusiasm of the people In these
sports, and continue to receive generous
treatment from the committee of Congress."
Lewis I. Doyle was presented with a!
cold watch for his work ror the league.
John Hancock, of the Navy Department,
Among the guests were A. T. Leach,
jr., ot the Columbia Country Club; A. L.
Hosklns, of Philadelphia, vice president
of the National Lawn Tennis Associa
tion, and S. W. Merrihew, of New York,
editor of "American Lawn Tennis."
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
IN WASHINGTON AND ITS VICINITY.
Notices for these columns should reach The Herald office by 9 p. m. Friday.
CHUBCH OF THE EPIPHAKY,
O, nor llta ft.
BEV. CANDOLPlTTl. UeKIM. Hector.
rtsr. Tnty Foitcr Hill and Iter. E. II. loda,
BtnloM. I tad 11 . m. and I tad I p. m.
At I n. n. Percr llatrr Hn: ibjea. "SOCIAL
Otoa itdUl. T.iO p. m.
Bandar schools, 9 a) a. n. tod J p. m.
ST. J0HFS CFUECH,
ICth and II sta
Her. ItobJid Cotton Smith. D. D.
net. Elwsrd Sister Dnnlsp. 1L A.
Iter. Grans WlSUmaon Halts, D. D.
S and It a. n. and 105 p. m.
Sondsr school at t:!5 a. m.
CONTINUED ntOM PAOE EIGHT.
Bethlehem dupe!. Mount St. Altaa.
Ifolr Coenmanloo.... T39 s. m.
stornlnx travrr and lltsur 100 a. m.
Holy Cbtnmunioa and sermon; rrescher.
Cinon I Vrlrs 1130 a. m.
People's evensong and sermon; rrrscher.
ftt. Wslden Mrer 4Jp. m.
Take Georgetown and HomerKt ears.
At Fourth Presbyterian Church Itev.
Harvey Iirokan. D. D., of Japan, will
speak at the morning service tomorrow.
Dr. Iirokan has been In Japan since
1S96. and his story of the nrocresx of
Christianity there will be of great Interest.
Howard A. Hanks, private Keeretarv
to-Secretary Daniels, will begin to
morrow evening his series of lectures
In this church. His sublect for the
first lecture Is "Four Golden Keys that
Unlock Bible Meaning." On the follow
ing Sunday evenings he will speak on
these topics: November SI. "Jesus
Christ Seven Times a Hock;" Novem
ber 28. "God's Prepared Thlnira:" De
cember 5. "Sunset and Sunrise and the
rour waicnea of the Night."
illss henner, superintendent of the
missionary department of the D. C.
Christian Endeavor Union, will ad
dress the C. E. Society of Fourth
Church tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock.
Homer Edson, general secretary of
Fourth Church, returned this week
from a visit In Ohio, bringing to Wash
ington with him his brother, who will
locate here and continue his studies.
Hev. Dr. Henry E. Brundace. nastor
of Ecklngton Presbyterian Church, will
continue his series of Sunday morning
sermons on the fundamentals tomorrow
morning, when his topic will be "The
Way of Salvation." His evening ser
mon subject is "The Company He Kept
Killed a King."
ber of his .own composition, Mrs. Dougal
Mrs. Dougal-Marcon and Mrs. .Old
berg will give a joint recital In their
studio next week.
Miss Gladys Ingalls gave a luncheon
at her farm at Virginia Hot Springs,
having among her guests Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Bacon, Mr. Jesse L." Eddy, Miss
Mildred Eddy, Miss Evelyn Wltherbee.
Baron Schroeder. Mr. Theodore Sleden
berg and Mr. McKeo Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Robinson, who
are returning to their home in New
York from White Sulphur Springs: Mr.
P. A. de Courcy. of Boston, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. B. Weaver, of Front Itoyal.
were arrivals of yesterday at tho WII-lard.
New York Avenue Presby
N. Y. Ave Thirteenth and H Streets.
DIt. WALLACE RADCUFFE, Tutor.
Haste led br Qnartet Choir.
lilt s. m. "WUh Anniversary of Richard Halter."
ISO p. m.-A Utile llaid-Elieha Tableau.
30 a. m. Itible seboo!
JS5 a. m. Adnlt little daises.
10 p. ra. CtrUrian EndraTor Society.
Comer of John UushsU cUea and O at. b.
JAMES SIIERA UC.NTGOMEBT. Ulalstsx.
Sotdar school at 3. with Mr. J. Tinner Eaji as
snperuitaDckBt. Metropolitan BiM .diss at tha
same hoar, with th putor ss tesctxr. PabUa
worship at 11 o'clock, with address by Mr. CTV.
Hibbird. International Eeeretaiy of the T. M.
C. A. Epworth Lrarw derotlonal aerrk st t.-tS.
At S o'clock Dr. Montsotnerr win speak on "THE
CLOUT OP TUB WELtDI0GEK8.- Ttn seats
to tho people.
HEV. W. It. WEDDEESrOO.V. D. D Pastor.
t30 a. m. 9tmdar scbcoL
lid a. n.-Addrew by Mr. 1. M. Clinton on "THE
T30O p. m.-Epworth Leacue serrice.
I A p. m. Scnjwo by raster: "TOE AMERICAN
Visitors welcome. Excellent mnsie.
HAM LINE NtathBCrSwPm,J
REV. IXCIC8 a CLARK, D. D.. Pastor.
120 a. m. Ktinday school.
HJfl a. m.-REV. E. R. RICHARDS.
TX0 p. m. Ermcrtb Leacue srrrlcr.
I DO p. m. "Jesus Our Example la Friendship."
AU Rlttiro Kree. TOO WILL HE WELCOME.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCn. WOi sad
1 sts. nw. Re. Robert W. Coe. assistant rxjeor.
II s. m,. pulilf worship; rrmon by Rev. Jar T.
Moraine. ANN1VEUSA1IV KEKMON. Music by
quartet and chorus choir. 330 p. m.. Cbmmiraioa
by Rer. 8. M. Newman. D. II. a p. m., sermon
by Iter. Hanrml II. Woodrow, D. D.; subject,
'THE SUPItEMB AIM." Special music.
Church of the Covenant,
Conn. Are., 18th, and N Sts.
CHARLES WOOD. Minister.
HAROLD C WARREN. Minister's Assistant.
HARRY BAUEMORE ANGUS. MinUter-ln-charsw
of 1'ccs Chspel.
30i. in. Sun-lay school.
11 00 a. ra. Momtrs srnice; vnacn b tlie pastor.
The Comronnlon of In wrd s buiawr.
330 p. ra. Mtw rendered by dou!4 quartet Ser
mm by the psstor. subject. THIN1M
WE RELIEVE AHOIT THE EXIST
lsNCE OF GOD."
C:I3 p. ra. ChllsUan Endesvor mertlrs.
I DO p. m. Mwic rendered by erenina choir of K
Tolcrs. Sydney Lloyd Wrixhtsoo, di
rector: Hsrrey Hurray, onanist. Ser
mon be the Twst: wlbject. "CON
QCEIiORM OF THE SOIL-SETTLERS
ASIS GOLD SEEKER."
f.A) p to.- Thnrsdsy. mldseek serf ice.
ALT, SOCLV Cni'RCH, comer Hth and L SU.
uyei u. B. neroe. u. J.. ralslstCT. I:J a. ra..
Sunday school: Class for the CommratlTe Stndr or
Rellfion. and Unity Stndy Clam. II s. m, mom-
1 t I , -L- IJ -
lc$ btzticv. Kioun 17 (lip loimiwr. AOeTV LS SiSO
Mnderxarten juries the hour of morning worship.
8 p. ra.. Liberal Religious Union; address by Dr.
The Crescent',' first dance of the sea
son on Saturday, November & was large
ly attended and dancing was Indulged In
until a late hour. The following commit
tee Mersra. J. W. McKerlcher. Harry C.
Higoumey. r u. uiesier ana r. rciusi-; 1 as i iaitTf D
Allison, and Mises Edna m. Jones." Gnnton-Temple Memorial, 14tn & IV.
Grace U. Swart. Harper and Minnie Gor-' C Ken-t Grsnrr. l. I).. x". U iirsch
man was in charge nnd their guests in- i st 11 a. m K.enUa mtiiv :U r- m. Sondsy
nA Ml.. ir,.K-..l- ,.- r., xbeol. T- s m. mens muir .. .v - ..
Turner. Gladys Wilkinson. Esther Em-
hr .- T ..I tlamntnn T .i-a1. M.i'Tuill.
"Wt ..J.... ....,-.-... -w..s. -..."...-i. .
Parker. J. King. I.yda Lea, Bernie Mo' . M. t". A.
Williams. Margaret Perkins, Viola Bailey.'
Dorothy I.eet. Florence Barker, A. Bre-l -r JIM i
tow. M. Deslo. Catlett. Ersther, Agnes I J lVla A.
1'rs'rr mrrting. 8 o'clock Thursday etenins. Wei
16-Day Cnase $0f 50
All Expenses 57'.
Quaint Porto Rico
Only four days from New
York lies this Gem of the
Southern Seas Porto Rico,
with its picturesque har
bors, its interesting old
Spanish buildings, its delight
ful climate and luxuriant trop
ical scenery. See this "Island
of Enchantment now.
You make the trip on large, 10,000
ton steamers built in America and
aailing under the American Flag; es
pecially fitted for service in the tropics.
(Broad decks, spacioua ataterooma.
some with private bath. The steamer
is your hotel fur the entire voyage,
to and around the island of Porto
Rico, stopping at principal porta and
returning to New Yotlu A sailing
Write fetBotlML JtUmt
PORTO RICO LINE
Ttratiawk nVi iiitiH
I I3M T" Street X. AVa..Mnffton.
cnritrH of our fattier, uth m n iisl b.
He?. John Van Sctuic. Jr.. D. I.. putor. pub- I .......
tie worship at 11 ft. m. with adclm by th pas- Vv'
tvr; ibjet-t, ZierjUlj at Work Abroad." Yoaiif ;
Fept"a Chriatlaa t'nion at 7 p, ra. Sunday ;$
Mrtiaoi. :e a. ra. Fn klndersarirn, U a. ra.
Y. W. C. A.
VES-Pr.R SERVICE. JCNDAT, NOVEMBER 11.'
at iM n. m. Srrtkrr. 1. A. J. UcKehrar; I :
tornr. "The .Srfntnal Significance of the Iirtca , -:::
Wtr for Women." ! :
'THEOSOniT IN RELATION TO SCIENCE.
rhUo-trttpfc j and Itelifion :" Lecture by Mr. Gwjitb . .":
If. Shiblw-r at TrimTi! Hall. 1T H ft., fl-a-adar, . :
S p. m. l"uMie fnnttd. Rrctsncn daavw for ' -:
todj of Tbe-oviiy nam forminx. ,
nasT nniTCALisT cucbcb. ptthiax ,
Temple. 1(K2 Moth st nw.. first Coor. 730 p. m.
Betirrn of Mrv Z. B. Kate frtan Spintnafat
CocaTess st San Francico. with a mrvise to
friend, of the nnr. After sn sddma she win '
sjw fits sidrlt nmsxcei. All taritcd.
I WASHINGTON SKCULAK I.K.IGUU.
Quirk, hdlth BsntlDorne. name uesrer. . . . ,. i
Hamilton. Vivian McLauchlln. Hutchl- 3:3U V. HI., OOHg aerncc in x-uuuj. -MvaAL ItEFiiRM. SfT Soctalisju THE
son. Von Buban. II. Uerens, Katharnla
Jones, Anna Gerhold. Marion McKay. . . ' , ... j ,, r-x
I-ewls. Lannlns. Matcarite Bailey. Waah-. hrHWK W. LOllier, rtl.U.
lngton. Dorothy Stephenson. Murphy. I .... u i.,J
Smith. Marion Marschalk. Grace Towijs." 01 me rtinencau uuiusujuwu.
l.iFD M Men's Bihle Clail. : HEMEDT FOR THE PEOrLES IUJI." aalna.
4:15 r. nl., men owie itus. M Mr .,, H.iona. immtj-wb. Prtnun '
Helen Ilardesty. Meyer. Burnett. Ed
wards. Etlna Brown. U Miller, Huppert.
Frances Whittlesey. Marsaret Martin.
Marjory "arrlngton. Burses;
and Ruth K. Jones, and Messrs.
Buralcy. A. K. McRae. Jr.. I S. Scott
A. O. SturKis. II. t- Slmcoe. A. Sherman.
a. D. OordOii E " "i1" ,'T -S' A "if".
il. ir e ' ,h usual, lltartrng 11 A. I. s
. .. ' . Ontcinul Bsl. t"1.. "H -" "
37 rrcd in
nd t P. M.
Temple. 10 Nlrth st. nw.. Sunday 3 p. ra.
The Great SletropollW :!:
Sunday, November 21
9erlal Throush Train Leawew
Washington. Saturday MulMsht. :
1115 a. m.. arrives Pennsylvania ::
Station. In the heart of New York :;
City. 6.10 a. m. Returnlns. :
leaves .Xew York 534 p. m. J
Pennsylvania R. R. j
.HEVUNTll DAY ADVETI5TS.
ITIOF VOTAU. OF THE WAHINCTON COL
lS. nf Ton:a Iark. will tak at ti.e Eat
Waahipff'cn -Trrth Dajr Adtrettt Oi- r.-L T l:h
ft re . n S.ocij nj;ht to which all are cor
dially In titcd.
A. N. Shellander. Charles Monroe. M. J , rtrtrmr in
r-ralle. U. R. Walton. J. It. Gibson. K. J. PETER J. DUFFY, JK.,
Jlarc w h. ioJ. Hi nicQ if. NF.W MEXICO TO IMPROVE T-B ROAD '
mr m. -
rradKna,Tv. . Veteran of Spanish War Succumb, ; Anacostia Citizens Action In-j
Sehoencman. K. C. Artleter. Jr., ,0 Jnes5 at Fort lormed Highway Will Be Put j
WILL SPEAK ON LIVING WAGE.
Dr. MrKrltrny, nf Child Labor Com
mittee, at V. IV. C. A.
At the vesper service of -the Young
Woman's Christian Association tomorrow
at 4:30 p. m.. Dr. A. J. McKelway, sec
retary of the national child labor com
mittee, will speak on "The Snlrltual
Significance of the Mvlng Wage for
Women. This is a most vital topic Just
at this time, and Dr. McKelway speaks
of It on Its most Interesting side.
Mrs. Emlllo Marcon will direct the
music Miss Jacobs will sing a solo and
Mr. Stearns will play the violin.
It Is hoped that all women who are
Interested In this subject will be present
to hear Dr. McKelway speak.
ur. John Brittan Clark win continue
his lectures on "Paul the Apostle" at the
Young "Women's chrlstlon Association on
Tuesday. November 15. at 4:C p. m. The
lectures are held In the parlors on the
intra noor or the as" -'
Ttev. John Van Schalck, Jr.. is preach
ing a series of sermons on "The Great
War Virtues" at the Church of Our Fath
er. Thirteenth and ti streets, northwest.
Tomorrow morning he will speak on "Dili
gence or Everybody at work Abroad."
It Is Dr. Van Schalck's conviction that
war in every respect Is evil, but that In
the stress and strain of war so much
good Is revealed In human nature that
the world can well take courage and hold
Its belief In the good Anally overcoming
the evil and abolishing war.
Y. M. C. A. LEADERS WILL SPEAK.
International Secretaries to Visit
J. M. Clinton. International T. M.
C. A. secretary, wUl speak before the
men's Bible class of Calvary M. E.
Church tomorrow morning at 9:J0. At
11 he will speak at the morning
church service In Foundry M. E.
Church upon the subject "The New
China." At 8 p. m. Mr. Clinton will
again speak at Calvary M. E. Church
on "The Spiritual Awakening In the
C. B. HIbbard. International T. M.
C A. secretary, will speak before the
Vaughn Bible class at Calvary Baptist
Church at 10 o'clock tomorrow. Mr.
HIbbard will also speak at the morn
ing service at Metropolitan M. E.
Church, and at the evening service at
the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Pray. M. P. Fltiaerald. E. A. Whalrn. I
A. C. Welch. II. W. Schoening. K. w.
W. C. llammett. A. F Ungle. C. A.
nrunger. F. E. Sharpless. E. (5. Yardley.
John Mahlum. A. A. Ilonar. M. S. May.
J. W. Yarnall. T. E. Elker. E. Leslie
Hanlisty. Roland Booth. F. II. l.alrd.
C. I. Ervln. D. C. Bradley. F. J. Becker.
It. W. Howard. O. It. Morrisey. Clarence
Moore. J. W. Hammett. H. A. Newman.
Peter J. Duffy. Jr.. formerly of this
city, who died at Fort Stanton. X. M..
October 31. was burled three days later
The An., cost la Citizens' Association is I
in receipt of a letter from Engineer!
Commissioner Kutz to the effect that the.
T-B road betucen Good Hope and the
District line is to be Improved. Money
already is available for the work, ac
cording to the communication, and con-1
in the Fort Stanton Cemetery with
Tnhn k'.rnArf v A- Soulhcomb. Robert ' military honors.
O. Benges. Bertrand Emerson. Jr.. Mr.' Mr. Duffy was born Here, ana re- j aemnatinn proceedings now are in proij
and Mrs. C. A. Hellman. Mr. nnd Mrs. I ... .. education at Georgetown 'ess to acquire land needed to widen the
... . IS ll.lt ! " ",u "' I trtn rlTS-o TVn. a(i 1-w.a.. .....l.n 1
(University and the Mar land Agrlcul- bfen eI,Mvorinc , ,CPUFV th ,mprove.
W F. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. K. A
and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kerr.
DK. STONE DEAD.
Creek Church for Dr. Charles G. Stone,
?. who died Thursday nt his apartments
at Fontanet Court new Charles E.
Buck will conduct the services. Uurial
will be made at Rock Creek Cemetery.
Dr. Stone was born at Frederick. Md.
He was an authority on typhoid fever.
and was a graduate of a dental schooi
as well as the Maryland Medical Col
lege. He was a member of the District
Medical Society and the American Med
Dr. Stone Is survived by his second
wife and their children. Mrs. E. B.
Cook. Miss Katherlne H. Stone. G. Rap
ley Stone, and Mrs. George II. Harris,
and by the following children by his first
wife: MaJ. John Hampton Stone, Med
ical Corps. U. S. A.; Robert I Stone.
Ueut. William C. Stone, U. S. A., and
Mrs. Edward M. Cleary.
The topic for discussion at the Sun
day afternoon Bibles class in the T. M.
C -A ltd bv Dr.- Frank W. Collier.
will be "The Time of the Kingdom."
There has Just been installed in the
Episcopal High School. Alexandria. Va..
A. R. Hoxton. B. A., principal, an Impor
tant tablet In memory of Itev. William f
Gardner. This tablet, which was de
signed by Charles R. Lamb, artist-architect,
and executed by the Lamb Studios.
of New York. Is of white marble, with
the letters cut incised and blacked in and
with four carved bolt heads In the form
of a Maltese Cross.
The tablet is placed by Miss E C. Gard
iner, of Clover Lick. Va.. in memory of
liimer. wno, upon nis return from
service In the Confederate army, reopen
ed this school in 1S68 and continued at Its
head for four years.
The ladles of Grace Episcopal Church,
of Georgetown, have arranged for a mln
trel show and dance to be given at the
Potomac Bank Hall. Wisconsin avenue
M street, Friday evening next. An elab
orate program has been prepared, and
tne members or the various committees
have been working diligently to make It
Mr. Sherman. District sealer of
weights and measures, spoke on Thurs
day evening under the auspices of the
Woman's Club of St. Mark's Church.
His subject was "Marketing."
Rer. Percy Foster Hall will continue
his series of Bible conferences In Epiph
any parish house on Thursday, Novem
ber 18, at 4:45 o'clock, when his subject
will be "The Great Supper."
FASHION SHOW AT Y. W. C. A.
Neve Members Will Be Gneats of
tne nrst or a series or "at homes" to
new members will be held at the Young
omen s uiruuan Association this even
At 7:30, under the direction of the mero-
Dersnip committee, of which Mrs. Wood,
bury Pulsifer is chairman, and Miss
Miriam Barstow executive, the girls will
assemme in tne gymnasium for some
novel games, after which they will eo
to the parlors for a "fashion show." given
by the home economics section of the edu
cational department, at which the gowns
and hats recently made in the classes
will be displayed.
Those who have Joined the association
since June 1 will be the guests of honor.
Refreshments will be served by the will give an address on the progress
uaues in iooo. values ana dietetics or spiritualism in tna welt ana the
taught by Miss Elizabeth Baeha and! arrest results of the contrreai. at Prth-
Mlss Ruth Tiffany. in Temple, tomorrow evening,
i ture College. ! ment for a long time.
President Wilson, accompanied by his i n t)l( Spanish war lie cerved as cor-I The Ladles' Aid Society of the Kuppert
fiancee. Mrs. Norman Gait, his daughter. porai i t,c First District of Colum- Home. In Good Hope toad, lias elc-tej
Miss Margaret. Wilson, and his cousin. n)l Volunteer Infantry. As regimental there ofHcers: Mrs. F. H. !e Grain, prcsl
MI.xk Helen Woodrow Bones, occupied a ri?iint maior. Forty-third United , cent: Mrs. Schneider, lirst vice prvsl-
box In Keith's Theater last evening. state Volunteer Infantry, he served in dent; Mrs. M. llibner. vice president.
1 the Philippine insurrection, and was ; iira. ivi:.. secretary.
The card nartv for the benefit of the!anionc the first Americans who crossed
National Library for the Blind at the the islands of Samar and Leyte. I The European correspondent of the i
Raleigh Hotel will be an Interesting Since 131' Mr. Duffy had been llbrar-' Railway Age Gazette says that one
social event of this afternoon, and will ( an of tin public health service at I of the curious aspects of the war In
afford an opportunity to assist In the Kort Stanton. He was a member of ' France Is the effort of the rallwajs
work of providing books In speciall Lawton Camp. V. S. W. V. to encourage the customary tourist
raised type for sightless readers. I Mr. Duffy Is survived by a brother. ' travel. "While the number of Amerl-
Josepli s. uuny. ana two sisters, jiiss i can tourists I- limited this year, he
CD 1717 AUTO
r KilE, SERVICE
for Dinner Parties
1419 Park Road
Home Cooking Our Specially
Open TUl . I. ! 7t30 P. 31. Dally.
Mindaj Iliinr. s A. M. i 7 P. 31.
Club Breakfast, 15c to 70c
V LA CAHTE A 1. 1. DAY.
Table d'Hote Dinner, 50c
3:30 to 7I.TO I. 31.
SiidiIsjs, 1 to 7 1. 31.
Telephone Col. 41101 for table and
time oa svlnh atito to call.
Frances Duffy and Miss Agnes Duffy,
of 1435 Newton street northwest. He
was a brother of the late John J. Duffy,
Funeral Srrs lees Will nr Held To-, rormer pa,srd assistant adjutant gen
.l.v for Phvalrlan. eral. U. S. W. V who died at Los
, , ... . ...Angeles October 0, and was buried at
Funeral services will be held at -:J.A t Cemetery October 19.
fclock this afternoon nt St Pauls Rock !
says, "because of the ungrounded fear
of traveling In a country at war. there
are a good many English tourists.
The tourists, of course, are confining
themselves to travel In the large part
of France that is outside of the wa
All druggists, BUAODER
HEW BAND GIVES CONCERT.
Conxrress Ilelshtn Ortranlsatlon Pre
sent Interratlnir Program.
Tho Congress Heights Band, a new
organization, last night gave an enter
tainment In the Anacostia Masonic HalL
followed by a dance. The fourteen mem
bers are organized for community bet
terment. W. H. Wright Is president
The town flower beds in Nichols ave
nue and U street have served their pur
pose and the work of taking out the
plants and preparing the ground for next
spring is being done.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Run
pert Home has elected these officers:
Mrs. H. de Grain, president: Mrs. C
Schneider, first vice president; Mrs. M.
Hlbner, second vice president, and Mrs.
Will Eeport Spiritualist Growth.
Mrs. Z. B. Kates, wife ot the Nation
al Spiritualists' Association secretary,
has just returned from the West after
being the medium at the Spiritualist
congress held In San Francisco, and
I aaaxxxsw-iaiisa. dasammaBBUsnBamamBBKSttammamita
gJAKE HOME AN OUTFIT 1 i
ViAJOtaty . Th'' EnJoymrnt Vour Family Will G '
XAfrTciy Vizk Derive Will Itepoj- Uu Oser 1
NCfC . ""d Ter. Ea Term. I
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k 612 Twelfth St. N. W.
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B T W-5-k. nr Eclrnae (irafonola. . -t 1
1, L-san E-SaSbSlx neroraa Twelve W .. U
JflB Seleetiona. NJbtay M
AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL
WM. M. GOODWIN, C. S.
Teacher, Practitioner, Lecturer.
Only The M thcr tti- r- li hintun asrd.
Osrr 15 jcars in t.w ; ra nt
!nct Nstioesl Esnk lttii(.h"c. l U rt. nw.
If jJU 0 "A11 commercial'
braches. 31st year.
Six Months Evening Session. S25.
BrSlNESS itiLLKOi: CTTI AND P ST3. NW.
Tborunsb courses in Nhcrthand. Boukkt-miaj and
1 to Ti rtt C. r. A. ind l3ina coane.
y 189 bulletin frer. Arplj
TVafthlnjc.un Srhitol of Arrountnnrr
Y. 31. C. A-. 17SI G . tV.
Day or evening Coarses
l.nrgrat rrlsntr School In Washington.
rrtraratcir. Drsftirs. Grsde. Commerdsl. Aecooai.
S1K7. Lsnstts-s. gslcsminship. lubbc 8ncsrtog. Eta.
Thos. W. Waltun. 31. An IJlrectur.
Y. 31. C. A ITS! ; Street X. V.
MRS. E31IIY FRUCII nARES,
tO Elrtrnth strut Sonhntt. rbenr. Line. TTSt.
Tuisjs nd tr.dirs ail Elabtteath Sirm a. W.
Atlantic Fleet of Battleships j
HAMPTON RfiATK I
Dally Serrice from Washington
To OLD POINT COMFORT
and NORFOLK, VA.
City Ticket Office. Woodward Bldg
731 15th St. N. W.
mnil i W1SHI1GT01 STE1MB01T GO.
. Ss&MJjri, -$"4ji-iij'- 'Vn'zj
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