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THE EVENING TIMES WASHINGTON SATURDAY JUNE 14 190 1902
DEPARTMENTAL DEPARTMENTALWORKERS DEPARTMENTALWORKERSInteresting WORKERSIj WORKERS WORKERSi WORKERSInteresting i
j I IInterestiryg
Interesting Gossip Gleaned Among Employes Employesof Emplqyesof
of Government Bureaus BureausSTROfe BureausSTRON6cJVANOF BureausSTROGMAN
STROfe STRON6cJVANOF STROGMAN MAN OF PRINCE PRINCEGEORGECOUNY PRINCEGEORGECOUNY11r GEORGE CCDUfttf CCDUfttfMr COUiTY COUiTYMr
Mr William Vermillions Great Feat of Strength Ne NeStatistics New NeiStatistics NewStatistics
Statistics on Lightning Strange Nickname of otPrinting ofPrinting ofPrinting
Printing Office Man ManWar War Veteran III Ill I
A wellknown clerk in one of o the thedowntown thedowntown thedowntoj
downtown departments has discovered a arival arival arival
rival of Bob Pitzsimmons in the person personot personof > erson ersonof
of a brawny young oung man who lives just justover justover justOver
over the District line in Maryland The Thefollowing ThefOllowing Thefollowing
following is his description of a a re remarkable remar1able rexnarkable ¬
markable feat of strength performed by bythis bytbls bythIs
this Samson SamsonMr SamsonIr SamsonMr
Mr Ir William Venaillion the strong strongman strongman strongan
man an of Prince George county Md was wasin wasin wasin
in the city the other day While hile he bears bearsthe bearsthe bearsthe
the Christian name of William and so sosubscribes sosubscribes sosubscribes
subscribes himself none of his numer numerous numereus numerGU ¬
ous GU friends would ever think of calling callinghim v1IinghIm 11ing
him anything but Bill He cant hit hitas hitas I
as 1s bard a lick as Bill Vermillion is the theway theway thevay
way vay the Prince Georgeians describe a acrack acrack acrack
crack pugilist and on the occasion of ofhis orhs ofbs
his recent visit an incident occurred occurredwhich occurredwhich occurredithich
which emphasizes the truth of that thatcomparison thatcomparison thatcomparlsoa
comparison comparisonWhile comparisonWhile comparlsoaWhiIe
While sauntering along Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue PennsylvaniaAvenue PennsylvaniaAvenue
Avenue with some fellowJIarylanders fellowJIarylandersilr eJlO < Il1Tylanders Il1TylandersMr
Mr Termillion espied one of those ma machines machines machines ¬
chines whereon muscular men can for a afew afew afew
few pennies make a test of their slug slugging slugging slugging ¬
ging powers Some of his companions companionsbegan companionslJegan coxnpanionsbegan
began thumping the apparatus but none nonecould nonecould nonecould
could drive it up to the 100 1000 mark Go Goat Goat Goat
at it Bill they urged but Mr Vermil
linn is as notable for His modesty as
for his strength and he hung back bash bashuIIy ¬
fully uIIy The proprietor came out about
this time and remarked that Bob Fitz Fitzsimmons FItzsiIlUDons Fltzskinmons
simmons skinmons the famous pugilist had re recently recently recently ¬
cently tested t ted his muscle on thQ machine machineanrl machineand machinet
t and ntl had driven it up to 10SO At this thisstatement thissUltemerrt thisstatement
statement a change came over Mr Ver Vermillion Verr Verri1lion ¬
million r Jlion Stiffening up his backbone and
letting his right arm fly out his fist de descended deEC deaconded ¬
scended EC ded on thecontrlvance the contrivance with a asaund asaundor sound sounds
s of a Nasmith hammer in a rolling
mill Mr Vermillion had driven the in ¬
dicator up to 1160 and aD broken the ma machine machine ¬
chine hIne How much more it might have haveregistered havere havereisterjd
registered re isterid will never be known The Theproprietor Theproprietor Theproprietor
proprietor offered orrere < to set em up but as
Mr Ir Vermilion Is as temperate as he
is mcdestr mcdest he gently but firmly refused refusedand refusedand refusedand
and walked away awaySir awayH2lr awayMr
H2lr Sir Vermillion has recently been ap ¬
pointed constable at Chesapeake Junc ¬
tion
i
Mr A A J J Henry of the Weather Bu Bureau Bureau
4 reau has published a a large collection of ofstatistics orstatistics ofstatisUcs
statistics concerning the death and de destruction destruction detruction ¬
struction caused by lightning He finds findsthat findsthat findsthat
that from 700 to 800 people are killed killedeach kllIedeach killedeach
each year by lightning and that more morethan moreth9n morethan
than that number are Injured In 1990
there were reports of 713 cases of fatal
lightning Iig tling strokes In Intbe the same year
573 3 persons were more or less serious ¬
ly injured by lightning The loss of
lIre from lightning Is greatest in the
Ohio Valley and the Middle Atlantic
States If density of population only
be considered it is greatest in the upper UpperMIssouri upperMissouri
Missouri Valley and in the middle Rocky
Mountain region Of 0 the liZ 71 fatal cases casesreported casesreported casesreported
reported in 1SW 291 persons were killed killedIn killedin killedIn
In the open 158 in houses 57 under undertrees undertrees
trees and 56 in barns The circum circumstances clrcumstnnccs circumstances ¬
stances attending the death of the re remaining remaInIng remainthg ¬
maining 151 were not reported This
does not however dispose of the Idea Ideathat ideathat Ideathat
that the safest place to be In daring a athunderstorm athunderstorm atbtmderatorin
thunderstorm is the open country and andthe andthe andthe
the most dangerous under a tree The Thearea T1M T1Marea Thearea
area not under trees is the larger largerMr largerMr largerMr
Mr William Thornton Is popularly popularlycalled popularlycalled popularlycalled
called Blood by his army of friends friendsbecause friendsbecause friendsbecause
because he Is a 0 thoroughbred thoroughbredand and not notbecause notbecause notbecause
because he is of a sanguinary sanguina disposi disposition disposition disposition ¬
tion He Is an employe of the Grovern Groverninent Grovernroent Grovernmeat
meat Printing Office and Is probably probablyknown probablyknown probablyknown
known to more of his fellow craftsmen craftsmenthan vraftasenfr
fr 4 than any printer In the Government Of ¬
fice He is slug 44 and the boys are arewont arewont arewont
wont to couple up those figures with the
famous f ous formula 41144 He was never
known to be in a bad humor and he has
SALES NULL AND VOID VOIDJudge VOIDJudgeJIagner VOIDJudge >
Judge JudgeJIagner Hagner Renders Decision in inCase inCase inCase
Case of ofCogs Cogswell ell Bros BrosJustice BrosJnstlce Bros1tlStke
Justice Hagner has just rendered his hisdecision hisdecision hisdecision
decision in the case of Cogswoll CogswellBrothers CogswollBrothers CogswollBrothers
Brothers and others against David M MFaunce l lFaunce l lFaunce
Faunce and others Involving the valid validity validib ¬ i
ity of ocertain certain bills of sales executed by byFaunip byFJluntt ny nyFaunte
Faunip to his codefendant Hiram R RBiddle RBiddle BBiddle
Biddle and to the Kramer Fish and andGame aDdGame aedGame
Game Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The court held that the bills of sale saleare saleare saleare
are null and void as against ag loatthe the com complainants coinplainanta ¬
plainants p1ainan who were creditors of the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant David M IFaunce Fauace and should shouldbo shouldbe
be set aside asideThe asideThe asideThe
The litigation began about a year ago agoThe ageThe o oTlle
The complainants Cogswell Brothers Brothersand Brothersand Brothersand
and Neltzey Nelt = ey Ballcnger BalI enger alleged that thatthey thatthey thatr
r they were creditors ot Faunce It was wasclaimed wasclaimed wasclaimed
claimed that Faunce while indebted to tothe tothe tothe
the complainants who are wholesale wholesalefish whoiesalefish wholesalefish
fish dealers together with Hiram IL ILBidde R RBiddle ItDiddle
Diddle his clerk and Frederick H
Kramer organized organlz a corporation under underthe underthe underthe
the name of the Kramer Fish and Game GameCompany GameCompany GameCompany
Company To this company It was wasclaimed wasclaimed wasclaimed
claimed that the defendants Faunce FaunceBiddle Fauacett FauacettBiddle FaunceBiddle
Biddle conveyed eonvey All their stock in trade tradeand tradoand tradeand
and good will In connection wIth their tfceirbusiness tlaeirbusiness theirbusiness
business TnIs transaction It was fur further fn fnthcr furthor ¬
thor alleged practically annulled and anddefeated aDddefeated anddefeated
defeated the rights hts of the complainants complainantsas complalnantaas
as creditors of the defendant Fauace FauaceAfter FaUBCIAfter FaunceAfter
After hearing argument on the uietlcns qaes qaestlcns questlcns
tlcns involved Justice Hagner granted grantedthe granwdtbe grantedthe
the complainants an injunction perpet perpetually perpettI11Jy perpetnally ¬
ually enjoining and restraining the de defendants defendants defendants ¬
fendants from In any manner disposing disposingof di sposin sposinof
of or encumbering the goods and chat chattels chattels chattels ¬
tels covered by the conveyances The Tiecomplainants Thetompl Thetomplaiflaflt
complainants tompl inanu were represented by LeT LevH LeTH LeviH
H David and Joseph D Wright WrightFIGHT WrightFIGHT WrightFIGHTPROMOTERS
FIGHT FIGHTPROMOTERS PROMOTERS DECAMP DECAMPQuaker DECAMPQuaker DECAMPQuaker
Quaker City Managers Again Fool the thePublic thePubJk thePublic
Public Publict PubJkPHILADELPHIA
t 1 PHILADELPHIA June 14 14There There w wu was4uiethlng
7 1 4uiethlng Something mething doing at the Penn Art Club Clablast Clublast Clublast
last night nJ ht which was not on the fi itlc tlc pro program program program ¬
gram After the public had been been1i9p been1i9porated sep separated soparated ¬
arated from It Its money to get a squint squintat squintnt
at the CarterRoot bout the receipts receiptscf
cf f the house were reported attached by bythe bytb6 b bthe
the sheriff and the promoters decamped decampedTb6 decampedV1 decampedThd
Tb6 V1 fight was not held
demonstrated the finest quality of
friendship many times timesMr timesMr timesMr
Mr Thornton was a proofreader on
the Baltimore papers in the days of th tholdtime the theoldtime theoldtime
oldtime prints when thq th work was uoae dose Ofte
by hand He was accused of starting
yellow journalism by having one of the themorning themorning
morning papers printed on Manila paper paperwhile paperwhile
I while the yellow fever was raging at
Memphis Mark rark Twains Innocents
Abroad was In great favor ayor about the
time Mr Thornton was leader of the thegang thegang thegang
gang and it is reported he organized
the first Adam Monumental Society SocI ty
being deeply stirred by Marks narrative narrativeof narrativeof
of the neglected state of Adams grave graveMr graveMr
I
Mr J 1 A Lee an engineer at the De Department Department Departinent ¬
partment of Agriculture is qufte III
He Is a civil war veteran and is suffer ¬
lag from wounds He is visited almost
dally by large numbers of his Union UnIonarmy Unionarmy
army comrades and associates of the
department departmentMr deIYctrtmeittMr
Mr Alexander Summers
statistician statisticianiii L Lit
iii it I the Bureau
of Education
has an un unusually unusueHy unusually ¬
usually responsible position owing to
the fact that the statistics of education I
are gathered at all times tlm and the Cen ¬
sus figures are merely contributory Mr Ir
Summers who Is an expert accountant
as well as an educator came to the bu ¬
reau from Tennessee in 1S93 1S93Prof 19aProf 1S93Prof
Prof W J J
SpIIlman who has
suc succeeded succeeded sacceeded ¬
ceeded Mr F Lamson
Scribner as agro agrostologist agrostologist agrostologist
stologist of the Agricultural Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment Is from the far West He came
to the service from the State of Wash ¬
ington where he was a scientist and
teacher Mr LamsonScribner Is in the th
Philippines where he is working under u lder I
the auspices of the War Department Departmentclassifying Departmentclassifying
classifying the crops of the country and
looking for possible openings in farm ¬
ing and animal Industry
Prof Spillman is spreading informa ¬
tion about field crops and unl forage and andother an I Iother
other branches of farming and his work
is leading to good results everywhere
He has lately made a tour of the South Southwhere Southwhere
where he met the farmers in public publicsessions publicsessions
sessions and gave practical talks He Healso Healso HEalso
also made tests along the line of field fieldcrops fieldcrops fieldcrops
crops and grass culture cuItur
The Government Governmentiutends intends spending
lot of omoney money mone for printing materials soon soonThe soonThe soonThe
The foremen In the various various
are now sinking out requisitions for
sorts of material and the work of
public printing prin ug will be decidedly Im Improved improved improved
proved The Government does not
Into fancy printing and all the type typebought typebought
bought Is of the plain variety Thenew
new presses pr sses ees will 111 be of the latest makeAmong makeAmong
Among the recently promoted clerks clerksIn clerksi clerksin
In i the Treasury Department Is Mr MrHenry MrHenry Mrlienry
Henry U Curtis of Vermont who Is in inthe inthe inthe
the office of the Treasurer He is an anexpert anexpert anexpert
expert accountant and the promotion promotionIs
Is a result of long longaud and faithful taithtulservIce taithtulservIcei service serviceMr serviceMr
i
Mr Martin E Anderson has lately latelygone latelygone latelygone
gone to work in the office of the Super Supervising Supervisl Supervising ¬
vising visl g Architect Treasury Department Departmenti Departmentlie
i He passed the cvll service senlc examination examinationand examinationand
I and made a flae showing Mr Anderson Andersoncame Andersoncame Andersoncame
came from Mlnnescta MinnesotaMr MlnnesctaMr MlnnesctaMr
Mr Victor Emden of Minnesota has hasreturned hasreturned hasreturned
returned to the office offic of the auditor for forthe Corthe forthe
the Postoffice Department Mr Emden Emdenwas Emdenwas Eradenwas
was in the of office See several years ago and andIs andis
Is well remembered for his careful carefulwork carefulworle carefulwork
work workMr workMr
Mr r Thomau H Tatum of the mailing mailingdivision mailingdivision mailingdivision
division Department of Agriculture Agriculturehas Agrlculturehas
has spent his time to good purpose purposehaving purposehav1ngatt purposehaving
having hav1ngatt attended n 1d the th Jaw schools while whilein whileIn whilein
in the service He was recently r ent1y admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted to the bar in South Carolina his hisnative blsnative hisnative
native State where he will practice practiceMr practiceMr practiceMr
Mr Tatum Is a graduate of Senator SenatorTillmans SenatorTlJJmans SenatorTlllmans
Tillmans South Carolina pet Clemson ClemsonCollese CIemsoDCollee ClemsonCollege
College
PROMOTION BY SELECTION SELECTIONTO SELECTIONTO SELECTIONTOBEINSTITUTEDIN
TO TOBEINSTITUTEDIN BE INSTITUTED IN NAVY NAVYMemorandum NAVYMemorllndum NAVYmemorandum
Memorandum Signed by Secretary SecretaryMoody SecretaIyMoody SecretaryMoody
Moody Indicates That Change ChangeIs
Is to to Be Hade HadePresident lrIldePresident MadePresident
President Roosevelt and Secretary of ofthe ofthe
the Navy Nil Moody have apparently decided decidedto decidedto
to apply to the naTal
BATS naval personnel the army arraysystem armysystem armysystem
system of promotion by selection > > This Thismemorandum Tblsnemoraoonm Thismemotnadum
memorandum sl sIgred ned ed by Secretary Secr Moody Moodyyesterday Moodyyesterday Moodyyesterday
yesterday indicates that the change is to tobe tobe iebe
be made madeIn madeIn madeIn
In the future whenever an officer officercomes olticere officercomes
e comes mee up for promotion the Bureau of ofNsTigtitlon otN ofNtioii
NsTigtitlon N g tlon will furnish the Secretary of ofthe otthe oftha
the Navy the record of oCthe the officers ser services aervices rerTlces ¬
vices since his last
promotion the
sev several severa serera ¬
eral era duties performed the length of time timeof timeor timeof
of sea service and the percentage er entage of oftime otlime oftime
time at sea since last Demotion omotlon
U ft S S MANILA SAVED SAVEDBY SAVEDBY SAVEDBY
BY SKILL OF ENSIGN ENSIGNVessels ENSIGNVeasels ENSIGNVessels
Vessels Acting Chief Engineer Prevents PreventsVessel PreventsVessel PreventsVessel
Vessel From Sharing Fate Fatev Fateof Fateof
v of the Condor CondorSAN CondorSAI CondorSAN
SAN SAI FRANCISCO FRA CISCO June 14 HThe The U US US
S S Manila would probably have gone gonedown goned gonedown
down d wn at sea like the British warship warshipCondor warsblpCondor warshipCondoc
Condor bad it not not1Hen been for the engineer engineering engineerIDg engineerI1 ¬
ing I1 skill of Ensign H J 1 Elson who was wasaeiiag wasacting wasacting
acting a fUI chief engineer of the ship shipThe shiPThe shipThe
The Manila was w was s out sixty alxtydays days from the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines and sixteen days from Hon Honolulu Honolulu Ronolulu ¬
olulu when on June 1 her high power powerpiston powerpl powerpIston
piston pl on was shattered This made the ves vessel ves3el yesael ¬
sel helpless While bllc at work on the dis disabled dh dhabled disshied ¬
abled engine a gale came up but Elson Elsonkept Elsonkept Elsonkept
kept on and finally replaced the piston pistonwith pIstonwith pistonwith
with a temporary device deviceBison deviceBlliOn deviceBIson
Bison took no sleep till the engine was wasrepaired wasrepaired Wasrepaired
repaired so the ship could make head headway i iway iway
way The commanding commandi g officers says the thesafety I I
safety of the ship was as due to Elson He Heis MeIs
is from Mississippi a graduate of Annap Annapolis Annapolis AnnapoIls ¬ I
olis in the class of ISdS and stood first In Inhis Inhis i
his class i t
i
THE INTERNATIONALSUNDAY INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONALSUNDAY INTERNATIONALSUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON LESSDMFOR LESS LESSONFORJUNE15 N NI NFOR
FOR FORJUNE15 FORJUNE15By JUNE 15 15By 15F
F By Rev JOHN JOHNIN iN LYLE LYLESTUDIES LYLESTUDIES LYLESTUDIES
I
STUDIES IN I J THE BOOK OF ACTSPAUL ACTS ACTSI ACTSPAUL f fPAUL
PAUL CROSSES TO EUROPE EuROPEActs EUlOPEActs Acts xvi xvii xvi 615
i
Golden Text Thou shalt be His wit witDess witness
ness nnto all men menActs Acts 200115 200115Th xx XZm5 XZm5The I5 I5The
The Th cry of need is the call aU of God GodBarnalns GodBarna1 CodrnaIes
Barnalns Barna1 rnaIes had the iiht i ind ht of love lovePaul lovePaul lovePaul
Paul bad the instinct iM nct of common sense senseI
I know act the war I mm going ing ingBut
But well do I know mow my Guide GuideThrough GuideTltrough Guidethe
Through the raWoigbt mHiD mklniht gloom 11O m from 3Iacedon T3lacedonThe 3IacedonThe lliccdonllJe
The cry cry of myriads as of 0 eae eaeTh eneThe O OThe
Th The voiceless keE S sitence ailn < < of d dapalr dapalrIs spair spairIs
Is eJfKjueflt t in ii awful prayer prayerThe prayerThe prayerThe
The souls deepairiag bitter cry
0 ye that live beheld we die dieHeavenly dieU dieHeavenly
Heavenly U venly hindrances arc often r earthly earthlyhelps carthlyhelIIII
helps
You cannot measure e the worth of a a I con congregation congregation coneregstion ¬
gregation by its size sizeHistorical me1Iistori sizeBistoric
Historical 1Iistori Background BackgroundTime BackgroundTimeAbout BackgroundTimeAbout
Time TimeAbout About A D 51 the second secondmissionary secondmissionary secondmissionary
missionary tour of Paul began and con continued continued continued ¬
tinued three or four years Europe was wasreached wasreached wasreached
reached with the gospel In A D 52 52Paul 52Paul 52Paul
Paul was about fifty years old oldand and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been a Christian sixteen si teen years Claudius Claudiuswas Claudiuswas Claudluswas
was Emperor of Rome The Britons of ofEngland ofEngland ofEngland
England had haq ha been conquered by the Ro Romans Romans Momans ¬
mans in A D 50 All Jews were ex expelled expelled cxpolled ¬
pelled from rom the city of Rome In A D DPlaces Di DPlacesPaul Dfi
i
Places PlacesPaul PlaeesPaul Paul revisits his old mission missionfields missionfields missionfields
fields in Cicilia and Southern Galatiagoing Galatiagoing Galatia Galatiagoing
going overland from Antioch in Syria Syriaand SyrIaand Syriaand
and finally arrives on the continent of ofEurope otEurope ofEurope
Europe
Facts of the Lesson LessonCentral LessonI LessonCentral
Central Theme The planning and andsome andsome andsome
I some developments of Pauls second secondmissionary secondmissionary secondmissionary
missionary tour tourSome tourI tourSome tourSome
Some time after their return to An Antioch Antioeh Antioeh ¬
tioeh from the meeting of the Council Councilof CouncIlot CouncIlof
of Jerusalem Paul said to Barnabas BarnabasWe BarnabasWe BarnabasWe
We ought I think to go back and visit visitthe visItthe visitthe
the brethren In every town In which whichwe whichwe whichwe
we have preached the word of the Lord Lordand Lordand Lordand
and see how they are getting on Bar Barnabas Barn8 Barnabas
nabas n8 Qs wished to take John also with withthem with withthemthe withthemthe
them themthe the one who was called Mark Markbut Markbut Markbut
but Paul was of the opinion that a man manwho manwho sianwho
who had deserted them In Pamnhvlia
and had not gone with them to their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work ought not to be taken with them themnow themDOW themnow
now It came to pass on account of the
friction that this caused that they
parted partedB partedBanabas Barnabas abas taking Mark lark and sail ¬
ing for Cyprus and Paul chose Silas
for his companion and went through
Syria and CIcIlia strengthening the thechurches
churches IB the faith Among other
places he hewent went to both Derbe and JndLystra Lystra
AT the latter place they bound a adla die
elple named Timothy whom Paul took tookwith
with him on his travels They next nextwent nextwent
went through the Phrygian district of
Galatia but were restrained by the
holy spirit from telling the word In
Roman Asia AsiaI AsiaSo AsiaSo
I So when they got as far up as Mysia
they attempted to go Into Bithynia but
the spirit of Jesus did not permit them them
So passing along the edge of < > 1 Mysia Mysi they
went down to Troas four miles from fromancIent fromancient
ancient Troy on the seacoast and
i there one night a vision appeared to
Paul A man who was W5 a Macedonlan Macedonianstood Macedonlanstood Macedonlanstood
stood before him Imploring him and andsaying andsayng antisayIng
saying sayng Pass over to Macedonia and andsuccor and andsuccor andsuccor
succor us So after be had seen thevisIon the thevision thevision
vision we immediately sought to go to
Macedonia reasoning that Cod had hadcalled hadeaJ1ed hailcalled
called us to tell the good news to those thosethat thosethat
that were there We made our way to
Philllpi which is the principal city of ofthat orI
I that part of Macedonia aeedoma and also a
i Roman colony There In that city we wespent weSDent wesnont i
spent certain days On the Sabbath Sabbl1thday Sabbl1thdaywe day daywe daywe
we went outside of the city to a river riverwhere Tlverwhere riverwhere
where we thought there was a place for forpublic COtpublic forpublic
public prayer and we took our seats seatsand seatsand seatsand
and talked to the women who had hadgathered hadJQthered hadgathered
gathered there A certain woman by bythe byt1lt bythe
the name ofLydfa or Lydia a dealer In purple purplecloth purplecloth purplecloth
cloth a native of the city of Thyatira Thyatirawho Thyatirawho Thyatirawho
who was a worshipper yf If the true
God heard us whose heart the Lordopened
I opened to give heed to the things thln talkedabout
about by Paul When she and herhousehold
household had oeen baptized she urged urgedus ur nrgedits dd ddf
us to become her guests If I you are areconvinced areconvInced areconvinced
f convinced she said that I really am ama ama m mlea
i a believer In the Master uter come and stay stayat stayt stayat
at t my house And 00 she really re lly made us usdo usdo usdo
lea
do so
1 Forethought in Christian WorkIt WorkIt Work WorkIt
It is well to note how the Apostle ApostlePaul ApostlePaul ApostlePanl
Paul planned his missionary work workChristianity workChristianity workChristianity
Christianity has suffered loss and dis disaster disaster illsaster ¬
aster untold during Its history on ac acceunt aceeunt acceont
ceunt of the want of forethought fore housht and andthe andthe andthe
the use of business methods by the themanagers themanaJers themanagers
managers of its enterprises There Is a abusiness aI abualne
business bualne s basis to all kinds of work The Thework TheWork Thework
I work of the propaganda and aD culture of ofChristianity ofCbrlstianity ofChristianity
Christianity ie no exception exceptionIt
It was businesslike and proper for forPaul forPaul forPaul
Paul to desire that he and Barnabas Barnabasshould Barnnbn3skould Barnabasshould
should revisit the converts and new newchurches newchurches newchurches
churches of their recent missionary tour tourNot tourNot tourNot
Not to have done so would have iave been beenneglectful beenneglectful beenneglectful
neglectful and uneconomical in the em employment employment cmployment ¬
ployment of providential forces Chris Christianity chrlftIanlty fhristianity ¬
tianity must do the work of edification edificationas
as well as conversion The new churches churcheshad churchehad churchcghad
had received re < eIved but a small portion of the thetruths thetruths thetruths
truths of the gospel and were pecu peculiarly peculiarly peculiarly ¬
liarly exposed to temptations errors errorsof errorsof errorsof
of faith dangers from persecution and andvarious andvarious andvarious
various discouragements and needed neededspecial nMdpdspecial neededspecial
special care and training like tender tendershoots tIndershoots tendershoots
shoots in an orchard orchardThe orchardThe orchardThe
The Disagreement DisagreementSo
So applying the same business prin principles princlJjles principles ¬
ciples to the work to be done and the thecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character of men needed for fog o the work workit workIt workIt
it was manifestly improper that John JohnMark JohnMark JohnMark
Mark should go with with Paul and andBarnabas andBarnabas andBarnabas
Barnabas upon this special work Paul Paulwas Paulwas Paulwas
was certainly right in his stand in re reHandsome reHandsome reilandsorna
Handsome Clerks Clerksox
ox oxSHOWCASES osSHOnCASRS
s SHOWCASES SHOWCASESEVERYWHERE SHOnCASRSEVEItYllEUE SHOWCASESr SHOWCASESsell
r EVERYWHERE EVERYWHEREseii EVEItYllEUEsell
sell seiiMANSFIELDS sellMANSFIELDS selliJ
iJ MANSFIELDS MANSFIELDSCHOICE MANSFIELDScum MANSFIELDSII
II CHOICE CHOICEPEPSIN cum CHOICEPEPSIN CE CEPEPSIN
PEPSIN GUMIt GUM GUM11tmis4fr1
1tmis4fr1 It Has Xo o Equal EqualAutomatic EquaLAutomatic EqualAutomatic
Automatic Clerk Co CoKewark Coew Coyewark
Kewark ew uk N J JI
I i if
f
j gard to John Mark John Mark Iark had hadcertainly hadcertainly halcertainly
certainly proved himself unfitted to go goupon goupon goupon
upon this delicate mission Christian Christianity ChrlsUmIty Christianity ¬
ity has suffered over and over again be because becauae because ¬
cause of kindhearted Intentions and andconshleratlons andconsiderations
considerations such as trying to please pleasethose pleasethose pleasethose
those in places of authority and influ influence infiuence influence ¬
ence like Barnabas was at the time of ofthe otthe ofthe
the disagreement between him and Paul Paulor PaulI Paulor
or on account of trying to do something somethingpersonally somethingpersonally somethingpersonally
I personally for somebody without being
faithful to and thoughtful of the inter interests interests interests ¬
ests of the great cause In hand Great Greatleaders Greatleaders Greatleaders
leaders like Napoleon Lee and Grant Grantare Grantare Grantare
are careful about selecting lectfng their lieu lieutenants lieutenants lieutenants ¬
tenants Paul desired a worker and not nota nota nota
a shirker with him It is shameful for forChristian torChristian forChristian
Christian leaders and officers to put putInto put1nto putinto
Into places of trust and great import importance Importance importance ¬
ance men who are Incompetent and un unfitted unfitted unfitted ¬
fitted for the work assigned them themMany themIany themMany
Many Iany Christian men treat the busi business business buelness ¬
ness of Christ with less l ss forethought and andloyalty andloyalty andloyalty
loyalty than they do their own business businessWhat busInessWhat businessWhat
What the times need Is a revival of the thePauline thePauline thePauline
Pauline spirit or the adoption of strict strictbusiness strictbusiness strictbusiness
business principles in Christian work workSombeodys workSombeodys
Sombeodys feeling may be hurt by this thislike thislike thislike
like Barnabas were Somebody Somebo y may be bedisappointed bedisappointed bedisappointed
disappointed like John MaYk M rk was but butthe butthe butthe
the Kingdom of God will certainly certainlybe certaInlybe
be better off of for it It was W s better for forPaul forPaul forPaul
Paul to separate from Barnabas him himself hlmseUthe himeItthe ¬
self seUthe the man who did more more In a Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian way for Paul than any other friend friendthat frIendthat friendthat
that the apostle ever had hadthan than that thatMark thatMark thatMarie
Mark should have hll accompanied them on onthe onthe onthe
the proposed propos d return trip to Galatia and andother andother andother
other places where Paul had been een stoned stoneduntil stoneduntil stoneduntil
until he was thought to be dead and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which promised more sufferings for the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future of the missionary party Tho Thobest Thobest Thebest
best thing sometimes for even Chris Christian Christian ChrisIan ¬
tian Ian people who cannot agree is to sep separate separate Separate ¬
arate The best thing for a discontented discontentedfaction discontentedfaction discontentedfaction
faction in a church to do sometimes is isto isto isto
to withdraw Itmaj It may be at times their theirGodgiven theIrGodghen theirGodgiven
Godgiven duty to do so It ILls is right for forchurches forchurches forchurches
churches to split sometimes and for fornew fornew fornew
new denominations to arise arise In the world worldBut worldBut worldBut
But when old issues are dead there thereshould thereshould thereshould
should also be reunion of Christians ChristiansIt ChrIstiansIt
It was wrong under the circumstances circumstancesfor circumstancesfor
for Barnabas to try to force upon Paul Paulthe Paulthe Paulthe
the truant John Mark But it was not notwrong notwrong notWrong
wrong for Barnabas to take Mark Iark and andgo andgo andgo
go with him on a missionary tour hlnr hlnrself hInrseU hiniself
self Let any young man be thankful thankfulthat thanktulthat thaukfulthat
that he can find somebody like Barnabas Barnabaswho Barnabaswho Barnabaswho
who will love him and nd be kind to him himand himlDd himand
and give him a new chance after he has hasonce haso hasonce
once o nce made ma e a 1 mistake and save him from rom
those wno mIght cast mm him OK off icrever icreverBarnabas forever foreverBarnabas roreverBarnabas
Barnabas was a lovely character a true trueson trueson trueson
son of consolation He and Paul evi evidently cvidently
dently did not part In anger but by byntutual bymutual bymutual
mutual agreement agreementIt It Is possible to be betwsinesslike bel bebusinesslike
businesslike l sInessJlke yet Kind KindHoly klndHoly
I IHoly
Holy Spirit Leads to Europe EuropeThe EuropeThe
The great point of orthe the lesson le on is that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the Holy Spirit leds lerlPaul ledP Paul ul and his party partyconsisting partyconslsUng partyconsisting
> >
consisting now 4 df Silas fliiB wbp was a apreacher aprea apreacher
preacher prea her of fine ability and sterling sterlingcharacter sterlingcharacter sterlingcharacter
character also Timothy Virn thy who afterward afterwardbecame afterwardbecame afterwardbecame
became as It W1r w aCrc ire Pauls Paul successor In Inthe inthe inthe
the ministry and Luke who became becamePauls becamePauls becamePauls
Pauls biographer and the first church churchhistorian churchhistorian churchhistorian
historian out of the continent of Asia Asiato Asiato sla slato
to the greater continent of Europe This Thiswas Thiswnsno Thiswas
was wnsno no choice or forethought of the themissionary themissIonary themissionary
missionary band but by the Intent and anddetermination anddetermination anddetermination
determination of God God determined determinedthat determInedthat determinedthat
that Christianity should become occi occidental oedd occidental ¬
dental d nlal rather than oriental should lay laybold
hold of the th intellect intellectof of Greece and the theforce thetorce theforce
force of Rome and spread spread among verile verileand yerlleand verlleand
and practical races rather than be re retarded retarded retarded ¬
tarded In its growth and influences by bythe bythe bythe
the dreamful effete and moveless East EastGod EastGod EastGod
God makes no mistakes mistakesThe m1stakesThe mistakesThe
The Holy Spirit restrains and con constrains constrains constrains ¬
strains Every Christian should be as assensitive assensitive assensitive
sensitive as the strings of an Aeolian Aeolianharp Aeolianharp Aeolianharp
harp In regard to the thein influence uence of the theHoly thei theHoly
Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit should be bethe bethe bethe
the sovereign guide of our lives Ttie1 Ttie1greatest The T1iegreatest Thegreatest
greatest loss the church has suffered is isthe Isthe isthe
the loss of the consciousness of the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence and supreme authority of the theHoly theHoly theHoly
Holy Spirit SpiritChristianity SpiritChdstIanity SpiritChristianity I
Christianity considered as a mission missionary missionary missionary ¬
ary force was decided at Troas It was wasen wasen wasen
en epochmaking pochma ln spot Thence Chris
tlanlty silently but forcibly passed to toEurope toEurope
Europe The issue was greater than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that of Columbus discovering America Americaor Americaor merlca merlcaor
or Alexander conquering Asia AsiaThe AllaThe AsiaThe
The vision of the Macedonian Macedon Ian crying
for help Is a picture of the worlds worldsneed worldsneed worldsneed
need In every form appealing to the theservants theservants theservants
servants of God for relief We must mustuse mustUse mustuse
use our reasons to interpret Gods calls callsLydia caBsLydia callsLydia
Lydia was a model Christian woman womanShe womanShe womanShe
She had an open heart an open mind mindan mindan mindan
an open mouth an open hand and open openLouse openLouse openLouse
Louse LouseFRENCH LouseFRENCH LouseFRENCH
FRENCH OFFERS NOT NOTCONSIDERED NOTCONSIDERED i iCONSIDERED
CONSIDERED BY MORGAN MORGANIntimation MORGANIntimation MORGANIntimation
Intimation of Willingness to Enter Into IntoNegotiations IntoNegotiations IntoNegotiations
Negotiations Not Heeded Heededby Heededby Heededby
by Financier FinancierLONDON Financieri FinancierLONDON
i LONDON June 14 HThe The Paris P ris corre correspondent correspondent correapondent ¬
spondent of the Times reports a con conversation conversation conversation ¬
versation with a leading authority on onFrench onFrench onFrench
French shipping regarding the Atlantic Atlanticcombination AtlanUecombination Atlantiecombination
combination combinationHe combinationHe combinationHe
He regards the thecombination combination as being beingdirected beIngdirected beingdirected
directed against i xuce l ioce Ict and nd ether coun countries countries easetries ¬
tries not included in the combination combinationHe combinationHe
He says that though Mr Morgan has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in Paris he made no attempt to tosee toBce tosee
see the officials ot the General Trans TransAtlantic Transtlantic TiansAtlantic
Atlantic tlantic Stearrship Company T or the theMessarreries theIessa theMessaeries
Messarreries Iessa erlEs JJrritimes JJrritimesAlthough 1tlrltlmesT 1tlrltlmesAIth Sr ritimes ritimesAlthough
Although AIth ugh they th y through Ambassdor AmbassdorPorter AmbaasdorPorter AmnbasadorPorter
Porter intimated that they were > ready readyto read readto readyto
to receive him and talk matters over overhe overhe overhe
he never came He treated the French Frenchas Frenchas frenchas
as a quantlte ncglible ncglibleSUMMER ncgUbleSUMMER neguibleSUMMER
SUMMER RESORTS
Virginia VirginiaMountain
Mountain MountainResorts ouotan ouotanResoris
Resorts ResortsAnd
And nd Summer Homes In InHigh inIlizh inHigh
High Altitudes on onChesapeake OnChesapeake onChesapeake
Chesapeake ChesapeakeOhio ChesapeakeQhio ChesapeakeOhio
Ohio Railway RailwayMost
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Which to Spend Spen the theHeated thelIeatedIerm thelIeatd
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SUNDAY SERVICES IN fNTHE INTHE INTHE
THE CITY CHURCHES
OMtfamed Uwed from Fourth Fo rth rap Pajreing rapIn Pagej PagejIng
ing In service rvie and sermon sermon S oclock even evening evenIng erasing ¬
ing prayer and address Strangers wel welcome w welcomae l lcome ¬
come comeSt comeSt comaeSt
St Margarets Church Connecticut ConnecticutAvenue ConnecticutAvnue ConnecticutAvenue
Avenue and nd Bancroft Place Rev 1t Her Herbert Berbert flerbert ¬
bert Scott Smith D D rector rectorServ rectorServIces rectorSerrices Serv Services ¬
ices S a m holy communion 11 IIoclock 11Oclockmorning 11oclock
oclock Oclockmorning morning prayer and sermon S Soclock 8oclock Soclock
oclock evening prayer prayer and nd sermon sermonStrangers sermonStranEers sermonStrangers
Strangers welcome welcomeChurch welcomeChurch welcomeChurch
Church of the Epiphany G Street StreetRev StreetRay StreetRev
Rev Randolph H McKim D a D rector rectorServices netorSenlces rectorServices
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service and sermon 11 oclock eveningprayer eveniagprayer evening erasingprayer
prayer and sermon 3 oclock the rector reetewill reeterwin rectorwill
will preach morning morningand and evening All Allare AUare Allare
are cordially welcome The new earxed earxedstone caMfe caMfestone carcdstone
stone reredos can be examined by those thosedesirous thosedesirous thosedesirouS
i desirous of doing so on Monday from fromU
12 to 1 oclock oclockSt oclockSt oclockSt
St Matthews Chapel M l and Half HalfStreets HalfStreets HalfStreets
Streets southeast south st Rev J M 1 E McKee McKeeminister McKeeminister McKeeminister
minister Jn n charge chargeSun chargeSunday Sunday ay school 930 930a 930a
a m morning service and sermon 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock evening service with address S 8oclock Soclock Soclock
oclock Seats free Strangers wel welcome welmL welcome ¬
come comeGrace comeGrace mL mLGrace
Grace Church Ninth Ni Ut aDd ad D Streets Streetssoutheast Str Streetssoutheast ts tssoutheast
southeast Rev Re Charles F Sontag Sontagrec SontagrectorHoly rector roe roetorHoly ¬
tor torHoly Holy eucharist 7CO 7 0 a m Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school 9 9a4 3O 0 a m the Rev William WmiamEveritt WilliamEveritt WilliamEveritt
Everitt M t D will o officiate Bcl te at 11 11oclock 11clock 11clock
oclock clock the Rev William R Bcshby 8hby S Sp Sp Sp
p m Seats free Strangers wel welcome
come
St St t Johns Church Georgetown Georgeto n 0 oStreet 0Street 0Street
Street between Thirtysecond Thlrty ecend and xadThirtythird andThirtythird andThirtythird
Thirtythird Streets Rev Frederick B BHowden BHnwden BHowden
Howden rector rectorServices Services Holy com commulon commuinn cornmulon
mulon 730 a m morning prayer and andsermon aDdsermon andsermon
sermon 11 oclock evening prayer 430 430oclock 430oclock 430oclock
oclock Stranger Strang r cordially invited invitedSt inTU inTUSt invitedSt
St Pauls Church Twentythird Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest Street Stesetnorthwest
northwest near Washington Circle Re ReAlfred ReAlfred Rev RevAlfred
Alfred Harding rector Rev Enoch M MThompson MThompson MThompson
Thompson assistant assIstantServIces Services Holy Holycommunion Hoycommunion Holycommunion
communion 730 a m Sundayschool
945 a m Bible class id l a m morning morningprayer morningpray morningprayer
prayer pray rl030 1030 a m nL litany 11 a m sec second second sacond ¬
ond celebration choral and an sermon S Sp Sp Sp
p m full choral evensong evena0n weekdays
716 a m daily holy communion 430 430p 439p
p m daily evensong All seats S ats free at atall atall
all services All welcome welcomeGrace welcomeGrace welcomeGrace
Grace Church Georgetown Tev 1 = ev Dr DrPettis DrPetUs DrPettis
Pettis rector r ctorServlces Services Holy com communion communion cornmrinlon ¬
munion 8 Sa a m morning momlngtrayer grayer and andsermon andsermon andsermon
sermon 11 a m evening prayer and andsermon aDdsermon andsermon
sermon 7 p m Sundayschool 939 30 a am am ama
m All scats free The evening services servicesare servlCfSare servicesare
are held on the lawn ia front of 0 tbe tbechurch tbechurch thechurch
church and are in charge of 0 the Brother Brotherhood Brotherhood Brotherhood ¬
hood of St Andrew AndrewSt AndrewSt AndrewSt
St Thomas Church Dupont Circle CircleEighteenth CircleEighteenth CircleEighteenth
Eighteenth Street Streetbetween between P and Q QStreets QStreets QStreets
Streets Rev J J A Aspinwall rector rectorRev reetorRev rectorRev
Rev Carl S Smith and Rev J 1 G Amesassistants Ames AssesassistantsThe AI1e8asslstntsThe
assistants asslstntsThe The third Sunday Sun ayafter after Trin Trinity Trinity Triaity ¬
ity Sundayschool 930 a m morning morningprayer morningprayer morningprayer
prayer and sermon U oclock evening eveningprayer eveningprayer eveningprayer
prayer 4 oclock the Rev RevGarl Carl S SmIth Smitkwill SmIthwill
will preach All are welcome welcomeSt welcomeSt welcomefit
St Stephens Church Fourteenth FourteeathStreet FourteenthStreet
Street 3 t and Columbia < i ba Road Columbia
Heights Rev George Fiske Dudley roe rector reetor roetar ¬
tor Rev William R Buehby assistantServices assistant assistantServices asslstalltServices
Services 730 a m m 11 su a m and 3 3p 8p Sp
j p m Sunday school 930 a m vested vestedchoin vestedchoir vestedchoi
choir choi All pews free freeChurch freehurch freehurch
Church hurch of the Ascension Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts Masseehusetts ¬
setts Avenue and Twelfth Street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Rev John H Elliott S T D DRev DIle Daer
j Rev Ile H Allen Griffith clergy clergyServices clergyServicesa Service
2 a m holy communion 11 a nr ma sari service S sariIce rv rvice ¬
ice and sermon 8 p m prayer and aadsermon andsermon
I sermon rmon by the Rev William Howard HowardFaulkner HowardFulkncr HowardFaulkner
Faulkner of Baltimore Vested choir choirAll chatrlr choirAlL
All lr welcome welcomeSaint welcomeSaint welcomeSaint
Saint Michael and All Angel An els Church ChurchTwentysecond ChurchTlentysecond ChurChTwentysecond
Twentysecond below b low P Street St t Rev RevWiiHam RevWIUiam RevWiliiam
WiiHam R Turner rectorsServices for forthird torth forthtrd
third th rd Sunday after Trinity Holy com communion COIDmunion cornmansion ¬
munion 730 30 a m Sunday school 930 930a 120a I
a nr morning prayer pt8 er and sermon H Hoclock 11 11odock 11oclock I
oclock evening prayer and sermon 8 8oclock 8oclock Soclock
oclock The rector will preach morn morning morning mornlog ¬
ing and evening eveningChurch eveningChur eveningChurch
Church Chur h of the th Advent dvent corner Second Secondand Secondand Secondand
and U Streets Le Droit Park Rer Re Ed Edward Edwar Edward ¬
ward war M Mott rector rectorSunilay Sunday school schoolD2O
320 a in morning prayer and sermoh sermohnoclock sermon
11 noclock oclock holy communion 830 a m mevening mev asevening
evening ev nlng prayer and sermon S oclock oclockSeats oclockSeats oclockSeats
Seats free Strangers St > angcrs welcome welcomeSt welcomeS1 welcomeSt
St James Church Eighth Street near nearMassachusettes nearMassacbusettes nearMassachusettes
Massachusettes Avenue B Band and C Streets StreetsnortheastFree StreetsnortheastFree j jnortheast
northeast northeastFree Free and open to all every j
day Services Sunday 73 730 1030 and
11 a m 330 and 746 74 i 4i p m Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school 3 p m other days 7 and 9 9si a am am
m and 7 p m All welcome always alwaysBaptist ahaysBaptist alwaysBaptist
Baptist BaptistMetropolitan BaptistKetrop01lta BaptistMetropolitan
Metropolitan Church Sixth and A AStreets AI AStreets
Streets northeast Dr G S Williams Williamspastor WilUamsastorSundayschool WilliamspastorSundayschool
pastor astorSundayschool Sundayschool at 930 a l ra raYoung mYoung ma maYoung
Young Peoples P Opl S meetings at S p m and an
7 p m worship with sermons by the
pastor at 11 a m and 8 p m All in invited invited Invited ¬
vited vitedE vitedi vitedE
i E Street Church meeting temporarily
In InYemorial Memorial Chapel Ch pcl Firth and P Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest
northwest Dr J J J Muir luir pastor pastorPreaching pastorPreaching pastorPreaching
Preaching services 11 a m and 3 p in inSunday DSSunday maSunday
Sunday school 930 p m Christian En Endeavor Endeavor Endeavor ¬
deavor meeting 7 p m prayer meetIng meet meeting meetleg ¬
ing Thursday S 8p p m Strangers in invited Invlted Iavited ¬
vited vitedi vltedGrace vitedGrace
i Grace Church Ninth Inthand and Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylanla Penusylmum ¬
vania mum anla Avenue southeast W JL M Nevins Nevlnspastor NevinspastorPreaching NevinspastorPreaching
pastor pastorPreaching Preaching morning and even evening evening evening ¬
ing evening theme second of the series seriesThe seriesThe seriesThe
The Awakening Sunday school at
930 a m ma and Young Peoples meeting meetingat
at 7 1 p m Seats free freeMaryland freeraryland freeMaryland
Maryland Area Church FourteenthStreet
ven Fourteenth FourteenthStreet I IStreet
Street and Maryland Avenue A venue northeast northeastSunday north northeastSunday
Sunday school 930 9 a m preaching 11 11a 11a
a ia and 3 p m by Rev J 1 W Yo T Mc McNiel McNiel McNiel
Niel of the University of Chicago Ju Junior Junier Jimnior ¬
nior Endeavor Society 320 p m ma song songservice songservice songservice
service 745 p m prayer meeting meetingThursday meetingThursday j
Thursday p m AH are welcome Seats Seatstree Seatsfree I Ifree
free freeCalvary
Calvary Church Eighth and H Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest
northwest Rev S H Greene D D Dpastor Dpastor Dpastor
pastor Rev A F Anderson pastors pastorsassistant pastorsa pastorsassistant1O3O
assistant a sfstantlO30 1030 a m childrens day ex exercises exercises cxercisos ¬
ercises S p m preaching Endeavor Endeavormeetings Endeaormeetings Endeavormeetings
meetings Sunday Junior 330 p m mIntermediate mIntermedial maIntermediate
Intermediate 7 p in Tuesday TUes ay Y P S SC SC SC
C E 8 p m Thursday Bible Club Clubp 7 7p 7p
p m ftrayer rayer mtating S p m Wel Welcome Welcome Wolcome ¬
come comeGerman comeGermac comeGerman
German Gospel G spel singing and preaching preachingwill preachingwill preachingwill
will take place fit 1t t 719 Sixth Street north northwest northwe5t northwest ¬
west at 33 330 p in mat at Mrs Hokenieirs HokenieirsHall HokemelrsHall HokemeirsHall
Hall You are cordially Invited to at attend attend attend ¬
tend tendCentennial tendCentennial tendCentennial
Centennial Church 7J6 F Street north northeast northeastSunday northeastSunday ¬
east eastSunday Sunday school at 930 9 < < s m mSUMMER IDSUMMER maSUMMER
SUMMER RESORTS
Virginia Hot = of Springs SpringsGreenhrier
Greenbrier Wiiife Suipiiof Sulphur Springs SpringsHEALING SpringsWarm
Warm Springs SpringsHEALING P
HEALING SPRINGS noCKBRIDGE IDG ALUM SPRINGS Gs SWEET
SPRINGS SWEET SWEET CHALYBEATE ClIALY EATE SfHCfCS NATURAL
BIUUCE RED SULPHUR SPRINGS SALT SULPHUR
SPRINGS THE ALLEGHENY HOTEL AT COSHES GOSHE GOSHETIlE
VA AJ THE INTERJIOKT HOTEL AT COVIXCTON COVIXCTONA
> J A AND XI > OTHER WELLKNOWN HEALTH HEALTHAND liEALTHiD hEALTHND
AND ND iD PLEASURE RESORTS RESORTSTestlbulpd UESOIITSestibulld ItESOItTSVestiboled
Testlbulpd electric light light1 dining dit parlor and sleeping car
trains for above abov Tiuoris leave Washington 3 I p m antI 1110 p m
oaily reaching re chlng resorts in from 5 to S hours hoursexcursion hours3xcursion hoursxenrsion
3xcursion excursion xenrsion Tickets Resort Pamphlets l and Summer Homes Fold Folders FoldttS Foldera ¬
ers can be obtained at ticket offices o cs of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway GOO Fourteenth Street and 513 Pennsylvania r nnsIlvanil Avenue venue
H W FULLER General Passenger Agent Washington IShin ln D d C Ciu
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preaching Pleacblngat at Ha 11 a m and 8 p m by hyr
Mr > r C G Prentls song service at 7 7p 730 730p 730p
p m prayer meeting Thursday even
log at t 8 preceded by song service at 73 73oclock 730 730oclock 3 3oeloek
oclock AH cordially Invited Seats
free freeFirst
First Church corner of Sixteenth and andt
t 0 Streets northwest DorthwestPre northwestPreachIng Preaching chlng by Rev R V
I C P Wlabigler of Philadelphia at 11 a am am ain
m aad 8 p m choice music everybody
invited Bible Blbl school at 930 a m an anaaml annual anmial
aaml excursion to Bay Ridge on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day June 1 It l 1M2 2 missionary prayer prayermeeting prayermeeting prayermeeting
meeting on Tuesday evening eveningat at S oclock oclockto oclockto oclockto
to be led by C Powell Grady GradyChurch GradyLutherln GradyLutheran
Lutheran LutherlnChurch LutheranChurch
Church of the Reformation Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylnnia Pennsylraids ¬
raids Avenue aDd Second Street south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east Rev W E Parson D D pastor paatorServices pastorServices pastorServices
Services at 11 a m and S p pm m with withsermon Withtermon withsermon
sermon by the pastor morning IDornln sermon sermonIn sermonin sermonIn
In memory of Rev Dr Barnltz other otherservices otherservices otherservices
services as usual Se Set Sets free freeChrist freeChrlBt freeChrist
Christ English Evangelical ChurchNew Church ChurchKew ChurchNew
New Jersey Avenue Avenuebttween between M and N NStreets NStreets NStreets
Streets northwest Rev C C Morhart Morhartpastor MorhartpastorServices MorhartpastorServices
pastor pastorServices Services at 11 nand and 8 Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school 939 a m Services S rrlceg in the Brook Brookland BrookJand Brookland
land branch in the afternoon at atoclock Z Zoclock 3oelOik
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St Pauls English Church corner cornero corneroEleventh of ofEleventh ofEleventh
Eleventh and anc1 F Streets northwest Rev RerS Ite RevF v
S D F W Moot pastor pastorSermon Sermon by pastor pastorat pastorat f
at at it a a m II ni i and nd su S P in chorus ch rus choir
W J J Palmer director dlre tor Sunday school schoolat schoolat schoolat
at 930 a ia ItlGhr Christian sUan Endeavor So Society Soci Society ¬
ciety ci ty at 7 p pm m prayer meeting Thurs Thursday Thusd Thornday ¬
day d y at S p pm I m Seats free Strangers Strangerswelcome Strangerawelcome Strangerswelcome
welcome welcomeSt welcomeSt welcomeSt
St Marks Church C Street near nearTwelfth nearIwelfthStreet ncarTwelfth
Twelfth IwelfthStreet Street southwest Rev John C CBowers CDowers CBowers
Bowers pastor pastorPreachtng Preaching at 11 a a m mland mand muand
land and 8 p m Sunday school 930 a a m mLuther mLuther muLuther
Luther League Wednesday evening 8 8oclock 8ocleck 8oclock
oclock ocleckLuther oclockLuther
1 Luther Place Memorial Church ChurchThomas ChurcbTbomas ChurchThomas
Thomas Circle Rev J J G Butler pas pastor pastor pustOr ¬
tor Childrens Day services at 11 11oclock 11oclock Iioclock
oclock regular evening service 8 8oclock 8orclock 8ocloek
oclock school 930 9 O a l m m Junior En Endeavor Endeavor Endeavor ¬
deavor Society 336 Y P S C E 7 7oclock 7oclock 7oclock
oclock Prayer rayer meeting Thursday ThursdayKeller ThursdayKeller ThursdayKeller
Keller Memorial Church Maryland MarylandAvenue MarylandAvenue MarylandAvenue
Avenue and Ninth Street northeast Rev RevC ReveH RevC
C eH H Butler pastor pastorServIces Services with ser sermons sermODS sermona ¬
mona by pastor 11 l1a a xn and S p m mschool m9Clwol maschool
school J30 a m Y 1 i R > S C Ef E 7 p pin p1l1 pma
in Junior Endeavor 3 oclock Meeting Mcetinpat Meetintat Meetingat =
at Home for Aged 3 oclock oclo k Prayer Prayermeeting PrayermeeUng Prayermeeting
meeting Thursday ThursdaySwedish ThursdaySwedlsn ThursdaySwedish
Swedish Services Rev O M IL r Ander Anderson Andereon
son conducts services in Swedish every
Sunday eveping at 830 oclock in tho thochapel tl1 tl1chapel ihechapel
chapel of the Luther Place Memorial MemorialChurch MemorialChur4h MemorialChurch
Church Vermont Avenue and andN N Street StreetAll StreetAU StreetAll
All Scandinavians cordially invited invitedNsxt invitedNut invitedN
Nut N mat Friday evening June 20 at the theHoniif tl theHoit e eHoIil
Honiif HoIil for the Aged WInthrop Heights a alawri alawn aIawxi
lawn party will bo given by the Luther Lutheran Lutheran Lutheran ¬
an Young Peoples Union of the ccy C
Should the weather we ather prove unfavorable unfavorabletha Unfav unfavoab1ethe able ablethe
the event will be postponed unlll tha
net evening
Christian ChristianNinth ChriStianNinth ChristianNinth
Ninth Street Church Ninth and D DStreets DStreets DStreets
Streets northeast nertb ast Rev B A Abbott Abbottpastor Abbottpa Abbottpastor
pastor pa tor of Harlem HarI m Avenue Church Bal Baltimore BaltimoreSenices BaltimuoreServicea ¬
timore timoreSenices Services 11 a am m and S SII p m mSunday mSunday rnSunday
Sunday school 930 a m Christian ChristianEndeavor ChristianEndeavor ChristianEndeavor
Endeavor meeting 7 p m prayor meet meetfag meetIRb maccclag
fag Thursday 8 D 1 m mH mH maH
H Street Church near Fouranda Fourandafcajf Fourandaul Fourandahalf
ul half Street southwest souUn1estFlnley FInley B H Sapp Sapppastor Sapppast SapppastqrThbhescbool
pastor past pastqrThbhescbool rB1bleseho Bible school l 930 3 a nu m preach preaaiiing pr preachlug aM aMiog
lug at f 11 a m and Sp S p m Junior Chris Christian Christian Christin ¬
tian Endeavor 338 p m Y P S C CE CE
E 7 p ra prayer meeting m meetln ee ing Thursday Thursd r
S p m Seats free All AIr welcome welcomeVermont welcomeVermont welcomeVermont
Vermont Avenue A vnUe Church F D Power Powerpastor PowerI PowerpestbrSpeclal
pastbrSpeelal pastor Special childrens day exercises exercisesat
at 11 a m short sh rt sermon by L the pastor pastorevening pastorevening pastorevening
evening sferraon rnrol1t S 8 oclock Sunday Sundayschool Sundaysehool93e Sundayscbool30
school sehool93e a 4 in adult dult classes 945 94 a aW a1JChrlstian
W 1JChrlstian Christian Endeavor 630 6a p m hap ¬
tism tisinaftet after ttor evening n1D g service serviceSe1lt Seats free freealt treeaU freeafl
alt welcome welcomeT6e
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The TIu Church ef r the Covenant CoenantConnec CoenantConnectieut Cornice ConnecticutAvenue Cornicetiest ¬
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