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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
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Special Sermons, .Revivals,
" andjOther Activities Mark
v -Present Season. -,
With special sermons In many of the
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f0r.S.,liS,1l1"niir!' At the Pre.ld.nf. requeat. no formal
Worked op.nlnfeltomorow mornlns at& 1 " "'J iS?J.w and ft? "1Z
.the Fifth. JBaplfct Criurch'. Washington !fln.for him laat night, and 'a almllar
la beBlnnlne a hu.y tall campaign for I luncheon today. .,,'.,. ,,,
the.ciruse of CBri.tlanltyV Accommodation, for. the Presidential
The Rev. John K. Brlgfjs, pastor of , ha,ve b"? ,"".? ,!' l . "
'the Fifth 'Baptist Church,' alaVmed at aah ncton Hotel at -Bretton Woods
what he hays Is an Increase In ihe riW. tfor 'Wednesday. Tho partj U expected
ber of person, tn Washington who do Tor dinner, and It I. understood will
not believe there I. hereafter, will firpceedtp Vermont the following day.
nreach tonloW nt".4B o'clock on "Soul hut the President will undoubtedly take
Bleeping and 'Purgatory, 'or The Two
judgment, and .to Intermediate; state."
The. Rev. A. Br Withers, of West Vfr
glnta, here ns.one of the'.peaker. be
fore1 the Baptist Training School, which
epen.i tomorrow 'morning, will occupy,
the pulpit of (ho Temple Baptist Church
tonight Today the' church 1. celebrat
ing It. seventieth anniversary. The
building was crowded this morning to
hear the pastor, the Rev. Dr. J. J. Mulr,
preach the anniversary sermoni
At the McKondee Methodist Episcopal
Church the pastor, the Rev. L. Morgan
Chambers, will preach tonight on "Mar
tin Luther, .the Prophet of a flew
Faith." At hia morning, service six
ty-one now member, were taken Into
Sermons on "The Armor of God."
The Rev. Hermon B. Plnkham, pastor
jt the Immanuel Bautlst Church, .peak.
tonight on "The Shoe, of Peace," the
third of a .cries of six sermon, on
"The Armor of God." A specal choir
lng. at the church tonight.
A branch of the Holy Nme Society
iwtll be organized tonight at S o'clock
In the Immaculate Conception Church.
The Dominican father, of St. Dominic's,
Church, will officiate. The Rev. Mr.
lieyan will be director of the society,
which will embtace In It. membership a
large number of the men of the parish.
Fall rallies will be held thl. evening
at JO by the christian Endeavor un.on.
sit the Fifteenth 8treet Presbyterian
Church and at the Church of the Refor
mation Special musical programs will
be given at each church P. 11. WaUon.
secretary of the District of Columbia
Christian Endeavor Union, will .peak
at the Church of Reformation. ,
The chorus choir of the Metropolitan
Fresbyteilan Church begins 1U regular
fall work tonight. Newton T. Hammer
1. In charge of the singers, and 1. in
sisted by Qeorge Wilson at the organ.
Tonight the choir will sing. "The Lord
1. pxalted," and "Incline Thine Ear."
Lecture, on "Pasilon Play."
The Rev. Earle Wllfley, pastor of the
Vermont Avenue . Christian Church,
gives the third of a aerie, of lecture,
on the "Passion Plaj'' at 8 o'clock to
mtit. HI.- talk will be Illustrated by a
.number of lantern slide..
At the West Washington Baptist
Church, Thirtieth and M street, north
west, the revival that ha. been held
for ome time will .tart tonight on an
other week. The Rev. H. W. Wharton,
of Baltimore, Is the evangelist, and
large ciowds have heard him.
A revival begin, tonight at the Cal
vary Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, conducted b the pastor, the
Rev. J. I Klblcr. During the week the
pastor will be assisted by a number of
the Methodist preachers In the city.
The Oalbralth A. M. E. Zlon Church
began today a celebration In honor of
the Hfty-elghth anniversary of the In -
Mltut'on The eelebratlon, will cover a
period of tlfty-eight days, one day of
praise and song for each year tne
church has stood.
The winter schedule of St. Patrick.
OathoHo Church opened today with "the
devotion of the forty hour.." Mass wa.
celebrated at 11 o'clock by the Rev.
Mgr. William T. Russell. The sanc
tuary choir and the mixed choir, took
part tn the special musical program
Training School To Open.
Tomorrow morning at the Fifth Bap
tist Church, the Baptist Training School
for Sunday School Worker will open,
and run "through tintil Friday night
Rome noted Sunday school worker, and
leader, are expected to make talk, aur;
ngtKweek! The school wlllbe opened
with devotional exercises at 9 30 o clock
pr me vev. niiu. ..c.,, . .M.-.
The convention of the Union of Young
People's Work of Maryland of the
Methodist 'Protestant Church open, at
the Rhode Island Avejiue Methodist
Protestant Church Tuesday, and con
tinue, until Thursday night. More than
fifty prominent pastors from Washing
ton, Baltimore, and neighboring Mary
land town, will .peak during the con
ventlon . . . , -
The Young Women. Christian Asso
ciation will hold sevcrol rallies inis
week. The rallies will be opened this
nftemon at 4 30 o'clock by vesper serv
ices Miss Alice Holmes, director of re
Ilgtous work of the association, will
Monsignor Bonzano to
Preside at Exercises
At Close of Retreat
Monsignor Bonzano, aputtollc delegate,
will preside at the exercises tonight at
the Holy Comforter Church, Fourteenth
and East Capitol streets, which will
bring to a close tho retreat for men and
bo)B which has been In progress at that
church. Tho Rev. Charles Warren Cur
rier has hen preaching each evening
at 8 o ilock, und many men and boy.
have, been attending the services
After tho exercises tonight a public re
ception of now members Into the Holy
Cross Society will be held
Jeweled Medals Given
Eastern Star Officers
Tast grand officers of the grand chap,
ter of the Order1 of tuBtern Sttti of the
District of Columbia, were presented
with Jeweled medals last night at Con
tinental Memorial Hall. More than DO)
women were present, and over twenty
modal were presented. The presenta
tions were mudo by Capt. Albert Van
The past Kcand matrons on whom o
iewelecl medals were conferred were
tri. Alcona I.amond. Mrs. Alia Espey,
Mrs. C.J1 'Allen, Mrs. Carrie Bornhetm,
Mrs. Nellie M. ! Landers ren, Mrs Kate
M L. Oude. Mr.. J. R. Smith, Mrs
Clara E Ball, Mrs. Julia N, Btreater,
Mrs. Mar) T. O Brlen. Mrs Mnttle R.
HutchlnKOti, and Mrs Ethel D. Baker.
The grand patrons recelvJpg medals
were B. A. Allen. C. J. O'Neill,' Adolphus
UI1UC J d. IttUC, tvjliittjil r. uuu I
laber, wiiiium . uuae,
Tom J. Landergren, Angus Lamond,
and Wallace Streater.
President and Mrs. Taft Enjoying i
Motor Trip Through the' Berkshires
Party 'Are Guests
Senator Crane' in
The President and Mrs. Taft. who are
malting an automobile tour of the Berk
shires, accompanied by Miss Mab.e
Boardmm and Major Rhoads, are tho
guests today at Dalton, Mass, of Miss
Boardman'a brother-in-law and sister,
HV''W " WMIMMWH -.,
.time to try, the famous Bretton Woods
golf .course, over which he ha. I often
expressed "a desire to plar.J- i
Mr. ! and Mrs John 7. Wilkin, are a
the Hotel Crlllon, Pari., thl. week.
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Announcement Is made by, cable from
MVnlla of the birth of a son to Mr. and
and Mr.. Oabrlel O'Reilly, .Friday, Ocj
tober ,. ,
Mrs. O'Reilly was formerly Miss Car I
mel'Egan, of Washington, daughter. o'i
the American Minister to Denmark. am"
Mrs. Maurice Francis Egan, dnd'a .Is
ter of Mr.. J. Elmer Murphy, of Wash
Mr. and Mr.. Charles Campbell have
returned to Washington from Atlantic
City and opened their home In O street
for the season;
Mr. and Mr. Qeorge F, Appleby are
the guests of Mrs, Appleby, mother,
Mr. T,. Ritchie, Stone, at her resldenco
In Connecticut avenue for a few week,
before, going to', Florida for the winter.
They have divided the summer between
Narragansett arid r Atlantic City.
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Mis. Mary E. McCeney, who ha.
inade her home at the Arlington for
y.ears, ,ha returned to the city and
token apartments at the Hotel Bellevue,
MoPherson square, for the winter.
The French Ambassador and Mme.
Jusserand are expected to arrive In
New York Saturday from France,
where they .pent the summer.
The faval Attache of the French Em
bassy and Viscountess Benol.t d'A.y,
who have been traveling through thl.
country all summer, will return to
Miss Marlon Oliver, who ha. been a
truest of Mis. Mabel Boardman at Man
chester, Mass , left there yesterday for
Gladstone, N. Ju wherehe ts .To be
the guest fof a few weeks of her brother-in-law
and slater, Mr. and Mrs Fran
cis K. Steven., of New York.
Mr. and Mr. Qeorge X. McLanahan,
who have made a tour of Yellowstone
National Park since closing their sum
mer home at Watch Hill, R. I , have
returned to the city and opened their
residence on Q street for the winter.
Congressman and Mr.. Andrew J.
Peters, who will come to Washington
December 1 for the, season. 'have taken
the house of Mrs. Qeorge W. McLana-
han, at 1J01 Twenty-ftratxtreet, for the
Mrs. Henry W. Fitch and her daugh
ters. Miss Alexandrine Fitch and Ml"
Henrietta Fitch, have returned to
Washington and will spend the wlntor
here at their apartment In the Park-
Mrs. Walter B.. Woodson, wife liof
Lieutenant Woodson, IT, S. N., will re
turn to Washington tonight from New
York, whero she went a few day. ago
to jiee hemmother, Mrs. A. J. Halcord,
off"for Eiirope for the winter.
'Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Denegre and
Miss Elaine Denegre will .all. for Eu-
tope Tuesday to spend the winter. Mr,
and Mrs Denegre will travel while Mis.
Denegre resume, her studies In Pari.
Charles Carroll Lee has opened
her villa at Tuxedo Park, N, Y., for
Commander and Mr. Charles L. Hus
sey, U. S N., of Newport, are .pond
ing a few week, at Lenox.
Countess von Bernstorff, wife of the
Geinian ambassador, who Is now
abroad, has just arrived In Pari, for a
Major von HerwarthJ the military at
tache of the German embassy, has left
London for Paris for a brief visit before
returning to bis post nt Washington.
Renr Admiral Richard Walnrlght. U.
traveling abroad, are now In eQneva.
travelling abroad, are now In Geneva.
Shortcut to wellness
The apprehension attending a Cold
taken In the (all of the year, with a
long winter ahead, makes It more to
be dreaded, than at any other time.
The short cut to wellness ts a dose
of "Seventy-seven" at the first chill
or shiver, to restore the checked cir
culation, start the blood coursing
through the veins and break up the
Don't wait till you begin to cough
and sneeze or It may take longer It
pays to keep "Seventy-seven" handy,
All Druggists 26c. Book free.
I iiumphres-s' Borneo Medicine Co ,
I wdllam and Ann Streets, Mew York.
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Mrs. John W. Borne announce, the
engagement of her daughter. Miss Har
riet Addison Bayne, to Lieut. Guy
Wilkinson Stuart Castje, U. 8 N.
The wedding will take place the latter
part of November.
Mr. Scott Dudley Breckenridge has
returned to Washington from Narra
ganeett Pier where sh,e spent the sum
mer, chaperoning her sisters, Miss Har
riet Bttyne and Miss Louise Bayne, and
from Troy, N. Y., where she went to
attend the wedding of Miss Beatrice
Cluett and Clifford Black, of New
York, which took place recently.
and Mrs. Frederick E. Porter, U.
. v.. have taken acartmenta at The
I JjOglfn for the wlntetv ' - -
Mrs. L. E. Elklns and Mss Elklns, of
Philadelphia, are spending a few day.
Washington at The Logan.
Sirs. Martha S Glelow, who ha. been
on an extensive tour of Inspection of the
mountain schools and mountain con
ditions, u at home In her apartment, at
Mrs. Qlelow brought back with' her
some beautiful baskets and weavlngs
and kodac pictures of the mountain
children, which (he will show at the
headquarter, of the Southern Industrial
Education Association, room 331, South
ern building, wllcb 1. now open every
day from 9.30 a. m. to 3 p m. Mr.
Stonehas also Just returned from sum
mering on the north shore of Massa
chusetts, where she did much to lntere.t
summer 'visitors In the mountain cause
and the work of tho association.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Richard, and Mr. and
Mr.. Siegfried Fantle returned to
Washington during the week, after
spending the summer months at their
cottage in Atlantic City.
and Mrs. Dave Straus and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Loeb, are now located
In their new apartment in the Gotham,
Mr. S. Funken.teln, who ha. been
.pending the past two month. In, New
York, spent a few day. during the week
with her cousin, Mrs. Joseph Schlff
man, of Harvard street, before re
turning to her home in Demopolls,
Dainty Ladies' Wear
We import the finest silk, satin, lace,'
and other fine kimonos, which we sell at
very low prices. Our line of, kimonos and
ladies' fancy wear is the finest in the city and we
will prove to 'you that we can undersell any other
store in the city. . -
$5.50 Silk Kimono
$t.tU Silk Kimono $4.50
$9.00 Real China Silk, Empire Style $5.75
$15.00 Japanese Kimono, Silk Embroidery . $9.50
50c Turkish Slippers, per pair 35c
Full line of Neckwear and Underwear.
WE HAVE SOMETHING TO. SUIT EVERY
BODY IN WASHINGTON.
THE KIMONO SHOP
1223 F Street N. W.
Younger Set Welcomes
Coming of Miss Mer
A welcome addition to the, younger
set thl. season . Miss-Mercedes Oodoy,
who has Just Arrived in Washington
for the winter with her parent, the Mex
ican minister to Cuba, and former
charge d'affaires' of Mexico at Wash.
, n. and Mme. Godoy.
' The i minister will return to Cuba
shortly, but Ml.. Oodoy and her mother,
who are n6w at the Hamilton, will' take
'hoii here for the season. , .
Miss GOdov-made her debut here dur
j n her father", tenure of office and
wa. one or ine most popular .ins i
'(nlomatlc and resident circle... ' -
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Autrbach and
children, 'who have been spending the
rummer at Renshaw's Cottage, near
Rockvlltg, have returned to Washington
, Mis. Bel ma Kahn,.of Columbia rpad.
Is visiting relative. In Philadelphia."
Ml.. Amelia Wolf and Miss Hennle
Wolf, formerly of Sixth-street, arc now
located In their new apartment in the
AMty- - ,'
Mr. Ira Hel.telo, of New York ha.
arrived tn Washington, and I. the
gue.t of Ml.. Delia Fl.chel, of Connec
ticut avenue. '
Mr.. Marx Kaufman ha returned to
her home in Lanier place, after spend
t lng the summer at Baranac, N, Y.
"Mr. and Mrs. Meyer., of Baltimore,
were the' guest, of Mr. and Mr.. A.
Mayer, of Airy View apartment, lasjt
Mrs. Elliot Btrouse, of Baltimore, Is
pending a few day. In Washington
with relatives. ''
Mr.. Charles Kaufman, who has been
spending the past few month, at the
Hotel Rudolph, Atlantic City, ha. re
turned to her home In the Glbralltar.
Joseph Schlrtman and daughter. Miss
Belle Schlrtman, have returned to their
home In Harvard afreet after spending
the past fortnight In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berman, the latter
formerly Miss Rebecca Wollbrtg. or
Washington, are spending a few day.
here, before leaving for South Boston,
Va , where they will make their fu
Mrs. A. I Cohen, who ha. been visit
lng her parents. Mr. and Mrs. vLouls
Steerman, of Woodley place, ha. left
for her home In Detroit,
Miss Hanan, of Baltimore, spent a
few dais In Washington during the
3dr. and Mr., A. Damman, who have
ham snendlnc a short lime In Norfolk.
umea to ineir name in vant
Mr. and Mrs Howard Blgmund and
daughter, formerly of Washington, are
now residing In Boston
Mrs. Emlle West and Miss Edna Op
benhelmer are spending a few day. )n
Mr. and MTs. Lee Israel, who have
been spending the past few weeks In
Washington, have left fof Atlantic;
City for a short stay, before returning
to tnelr home 11 Bavannan.
Mr. and Mr.. Leon Tobriner have
closed their summer home In Chelsea,
Atlantic City, and have returned to
Mrs. Ben Frank, who ha. been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Charles Kaufman,
of the Gibraltar ha. returned to her
iome In Baltimore. ,
Mr. and Mr.. I. W. Nordtlnger have
' returned to their home In Btltmore
'street after spending the summer trav
Idles Carrie Abrame, of Norfolk, I.
.pending a few day. In Washington
with her cousin, Mrs. Rena Flelschman,
of Qlrard street
Mrs. Ida Felsteln, of New York, I. the
guest of Mis. Delia Flshel, of 1514 Con
Mis. Ella Oppenhelmer ha. left Wash
ington to' resume her studies at Bryn
A rut tty home wedding wa. celebrated
last evening at tho 'Massachusetts
apartments, 1(12 Massachusetts avenue
northwest, when Mis. Anna Wllhelmlna i
Wlndcck. daughter of Mr.. B. C. Win-1
deck, and Loren R. Manvllte. of New
York City, were married. More than
fifty person, attended tha .nuptial., In
cluding relative, of the bridegroom
from North Dakota.
Dr. B. M, Newman, former pa.tor of
the First Congregational Church, and
now President of Howard University,
officiated. The .bride was gowned In
white charmeuse with duchess lace." and
carried a shower bouquet of Bride rose. '
and lilies of the valley.. The meld of
honor wa. Miss Helen Phillip.,' who
wore yellow satin over chiffon, and the
best man was Leonard Llddle, of Pltt.
burgh. Tho bridesmaids were eight
former school mate, of the bride from
Kee Mar College,'' Hngerstown, Md and
Included Miss Esther Simpson, of Ken.
atnton. Md In pink satin; Miss Helen
Fox, of Glenslde, Pa., In yellow satin,
Vdledwlth lavender chiffon; Mis. Ma'
rle Mooro, of Dawson. Pa., in blue
atln veiled 'with embroidered chiffon;
Mis. Mabel Ncely, of Butler, Pa., In
pink charmeuses Miss Esta M. Baker,
of Hagertown,lMd., In red satin draped
with white lace; Miss Mary Mayfleld, cf
thl.clty. In yellow .atln veiled with
lavender crepe; MIts Susie Reeves, of,
thl. city, In .American Beauty .atln,
andiMls.lMartha Btrother, of Markhani,
Va., In yellow charmeuse.
Mr., a a. ,,Wlndpk, , the , bride.
"lutucr, was gownear in' wistaria cnar
rneuse, and the matf6ri of horior, Mrs.
Mark A. Hall, wore pale blue art vel
,Vet. Among the guests wcro iMr. Earl
Manvllle, mother oMhe groom, of North
Dakota; John R. Hall, of Lake City,
Iowa; Mis. Mattle P. Hall, of Bac City,
Iowa; Mr.. Belle Blackley, Mr. and
Mre. W. W. Warwick. Mr. and Mr,
Combs, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Clardy,
Mr.. Dorothy Bingham, Miss Angela
Lalor, Miss" Eatelle Fltr, August Doug
las, .Mr. and.,Mr.. m. n. uuvahih. ml
Julia Morgan, A. C. WilklnA Lee Gary,
iwucri 1'ieiaing mil. David 8. Stocks
lager, of Hagerstown, Md.; Miss Nadlne
Tnjlor, of 8tockton. Md.j Prof. C. How.
ard Roderick, of Hagertown. Md.; Mr.
and- Mrs. iM, m.' Crenshaw. Robert W.
Hall. Judge and Mrs.,0. It, Orey, Mr..
Kctherlne Kelly, Mis. Grace Kelly,
and Walter E Kelly, of thl. city.
Dora Evelyn Morris and Dudley
Seymour Bright will be married
Wednesday evening, October 1. at the
home of the bride-elect, 3145 Seven
Miss Sarah S. Morris will attend hr
sister as maid of honor, and Capt.
oamuei k, Morris, Medical Corps, U. S.
A, will give his sister In mirriir.
Charles Hutchinson will act a. best
man for Mr. Bright A reception will
follow the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sheridan Curry
have cards out for the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Marguerite Pearl
Curry, to Harry A. Havens, Thursday
evening, October 10, at their residence,
4602 Hftcenth street northwest
Mrs. J. R. Edwards. of.Clnctnnatl, will
be the matron v of honor, and Miss
Bessie Birch wilt act as bridesmaids for
Mis. Curry. N, 1
HoraeeVC. Close wlll'be-Mr. Havens'
best man, P. 3
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Mr. and Mrs. Odell 8. Smith were
host, at an Informal reception last
night In honor of ..their son-in-law and
Ldaughter. MK TandMrt Clarence A.
Walters, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who were
recently married. ,.
The occasion also marked-the twenty
fifth anniversary of ihe marriage of Mr.
and Mre. Smith. '
Women to Give Benefit
' For Settlement House
A. benefit wlll.Tbe'given at the Be-
ta.co Theater 0 tober H by, the Wash
ington Alliance. of- Jewish- Women, the
receipts from" w hi eh will bedevoted to
the erectfo.n of a special 4 settlement
house for the use of those wh'om the
society takes under It. vlng. '
In an announcement witlfTespect to
the proposed settlement house It Is
"Many people have the Idea that the
slums of New York are the only ones
that are In need of social worker.
How few,, are there .who know or .top
to think that there are Immigrants ar
riving in our Capital, unable- to speak
English and without mean, of support;
that we nave auey. in wnicn over
crowded families dwell In Dovertvf How
rnAnv know of thn Door cfrls who. from
lack of love and comfort, fall Into evil
way.T To these poor Immigrants, to
these unfortunate girls, the AIHance of
Jewish Women lend, help and sym
pathy. Homes are vlsltod and aid, not
charity, 1. wven when needed."
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Evening Services m tbe (Dburcbes
"13 XFMPKRAMENT DESTINY?Vrhe Ser. Frank J.'Oooifwfn."!. Ht.
PleasJii' Congregational Church, 8 p. m?
REVIVAL SKAViCES Calviry.MetriatUit Episcopal Church, Q itreet, be
, tween Thlrtwlh and Thirty-firit street, northwest, 8 p. m. " ' '
EVENING SBRVICK A IIP SERMON The'Rer. J. J. Dlmoh, St. Ahdfe ft
Church, 8,p. m. . ' ' '
"UNREAUTY?' Firf Church.of Chilli, Scientist, 8 pm. " . H ', i
"THENEW LIFE OF A NEW AGE" tju fl.r Ho nr -Frank, Rt0,chet,
. 3:30 P. m.
"SPIRITUAL FELWWHIP" D,r Wiyifm Vnton Betket, ".tl,. "(rat
Spiritualist Church,. Pythtan Temple, 7:30 p. m. , ,
"THE WORLD'S SAVIORS AND "HtfMAN SALVATIONw-Hylnd z.
Kirk, the Secular League, Pythian Temple, 3 p. m. , 2 J
CORNERSTONE SERVICES The BUof Washington, Memorial Guild
Hall of St Alban'f'parl'jh, j 'p. m.' ' ' ' , -
ANNIVERSARY SER"viCES-iThe Rtr. J, J.-'Muir, the .temple Baptiit
Church,, p. tn. . . , .r . -
"AN EVENING WITH THE CHOIR" The Firat CongregaUenal Church,
8 p.m. ' " ' - : :. '
"OLD TESTAMENT CHARACTERS" The Rev. Donald' C."MacLeod, the
. Firat Presbyterian Church,. 8 p." m. -rv - --,
"THE GOD OF OUR FATHERS" The Rer. J. A. CampbeU, ( the Firat
United Presbyterian Church, 8 p. m. v '-,' ' '
"ALTERNATIVES ON BELIEF" TheW Joseph Jtjt Gray, the Ham-
kline Methodist Episcopal Church, 8 p. m., r ,'
"MANLY, TRAITS"FOR THE TIMES" The Rer. W. R. Wedderspoon, Ate
t Foundry Methodist Episcopal. Church, 8 p. m. . v ',
MEETING The League of the Good Shepherd, St Fa trick's' Church, 7:30
"MARTIN LUTHER THE MAN OF THE HOUR" TheReT. L. Morgan
.Chambers, the McKendree Methodist Episcopal', Church, 8 p. m. t
PRAISE SERVICE The Rev. C. Everest Granger, Gunton-Temple Church,
t-. m.' .
Shortage of Crews
For Boats of Navy
The United States Navy 1. so short of
men that five torpedo boat, destroyer,
will be laid up temporarily after tho
naval 'review at New York In order
that the men may be transferred to,
A. soon a. the 4.000 men., for which
provision wa. mado by tho last Con-1
gress. are ennsteu, tne nve aestroyer.
will be placed tn commission again.
They are the Smith. Preston. Reld,
Lamson, and Flusser. They will be
held In reserve at Charleston, B. C.
.Thomas Evans Greene
'Singing and Acting
2647 Connecticut Avenue'
Tkoae N. Z712.
At V. O. Smith Piano Co
121T I" St, Monday and Thurs
1-1-1-H-1"1"H"1-H"M VI M I I-1I'
JY. M. C; A. INSTITUIfit
Academic preparatory cauraea. mth
ematlra, aclence, lancuaxe. technical,
and commercial subjects. Courses be
(in Friday. September XI.
t School of Accountancy f
ofrera proteaalonal training courae to
accountancy, leading to C. P. A. dr
gree and giving men technical prtpara
tlons for bualneaa careera. U pi;
.bulletin on request.
Department of Mathematics
It. s. Mohns Hopkins), Principal. BtL
dents may enter at any time. 1i
and night Individual Instruction Thor
uush prprtlon for civil aervlca e
gmlnatlona. also for public school an
college September examlnatlona
IScBiol pfSkorthand and Typewriting
lng. Day and night Individual Instrw
Hon. Monday. Wednesday, and Frlii
For Intenlew or bulletin address
T. M. & A.. 17J a ST. N. W.
i-H-1 1 M-H-H-l 1 M'1-I-l-l-H-H-
1916 Florida Avenue
A noaroias and Day School for dirts.
Opens September 30, 1912
Preparatory and Elective Course All
trades from Primary to ColleglaU.
Bpeclal advantages In Music. Art. and
Expression. Building specially planned
for the school, aymnanlum and Tennis.
'Catalogue on request.
U11S. BBVKKLET H. MABON. Prlnclsat
B16 Hth St, N. W. Phone Main 3217.
Branches In over S00 leading cities In Amer
ica, Uurope, and Africa. Pupils traveling
may transfer the value of their lesaona from
one city to another without additional cost
PRIVATE AND CLASS LESSONS AT
BEST Or NATIVE 'TEACHERS.
Terms reasonable. Catalogue on application.
ORAND PRIZE8 AT ALL RECENT
New Clasara Conatautly Forming.
coLUJiniA UNivr.itsiTV school,
J. 11(1 13th ht. N. W.
Day, Evening. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUC
TION. Oradea, High School Languages,
Mathematics. 8clences. Psychology. Govern
ment Examinations, Shorthand, Bookkeeping
MODERATE RATES COACHING.
W. T. SHEPHERD, Ph. D. Principal.
Day and night completo graded and college
preparatory courses, co educational; alse pit
ate coaching, cataloguea
FRANCES MANN HALL, A. M.
Tel. M. M7T. 221 E St. N. W.
Thc mos'f attrac
floral decor a ti oris
are assured wHen
you intrust the work
to Glide's artists,
American ' .
The largest and
finest specimens of
these famous roses
cut when ordered.
Palms & Ferns
at Special Prices '
at special prices.
Gude Bros. Co.
Plirme IVfiiM 4""
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.)
th Tear Opens October 1st, 1,10 P. U.
Practical courses of two, thro and tout
years, leading to standard degree la law.
raunuij v. ... v. wiiwui vri
ludgea ok practicing lawyers.
The degree of Dacbelor-of-laws can be se
cured lu two years. V
Classes limited to number parsilttlng ot
The poaf-graduate oourae leading to toe da
grea of Maater-of-Uwa may be completed In
one year additional. No charge far Patent
Law Course to members of tha Poat-graduata
Far catalogue, application blanks, etct, ad
dreaa the Dean at the Admlnlatratton Ofncca,
Southern Ilulldlng, phone Main KIT, or after
October 1, at National Law School Building,
111 HI 11th street N. W.
111 Eaat Capital Street.
School of Oregg Shorthand and Touch
School of Bookkeeping.
School of CIvlKServlce.
School of Lngllsh Drenches.
Twenty-seventh year. '
Free catalogue upon requeat. Tel. Line. II
COURT F. WOOD. LL. M.. Principal.
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture.!
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation,
Mrfht Singing. Dramatic Art
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
WJ Ulfventtl -e. N. E Ph. Line 173?.
1111 JIVE STREET
FOR BOTS AND GIRLS.
THIRTIETH YEAR DEOINS ,.
Thomas W. Sldwell, A. M.,
Mrs. Helen niadmon.Purdum,
IlesldenCo-atudlo, lOD Tark road.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS
A aelect school for young ladles and chil
dren. Ideal altuatlon. ovetlooklng entire city
SO minutes' ride from Treasury, Acidemia
mustcal, business and art courses.
School Nun Qpea.
For terms apply to Sisters or the flely
Croat, Upton street and Conn. are. extended.