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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
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ltTU ST. .AND
Rev. Hermon Spencer Plnkam. Pastor.
Sermon at 11 a. m.. "Blessed Are the Meek. '
Sermon at 8 p. m., "The Social Messages
of the. Lord's Prayer.".
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
CORNER 1STH AND O STREETS.
REV. TV. W. McMASTER. Minister.
Subject at 11 a. m., "The Power of
Thought to Mold Character;" evening. S
p. m., "Five Cardinal Teachings of the Bap
tists. S. 8.. 9:45 a. m ; C E.. 7 p. m
Baptism at close of the evening sen ice.
, TH AND A STB. N. E.
JOHN COMPTON BALL. Pastor.
1 REVIVAL SERVICES
CONTINUE EVERT EVENING UNTIL -FEBRUARY
KING and REYNOLDS,
ASSISTED BY LARGE CHORUS CHOIR.
, GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.
STH AND D STREETS S. E.
REV. F. IV. JOHNSON. Pastor
11:00 a. m. "TRT1NG EXPERIENCES"
TMS P. m. "PRE-EMINENCE OF CHRIS-
TIANITT OR ITS TASK."
E. Jlez Swem Tells: "Why TVashlngton
Folks Do As They Please," Sp.ni. Swem
somrs sang, ll a. m.. "United Pursuers."
Centennial Bapt. Ch.. 8th Eye sts. N. E.
Divine Science Center.
MRS. FIELD'S CLAN meets every Wednes
day at : o'clock, at 1TM S st. N. W. All
welcome. Voluntary offerings.
CENTRAL UNION MISSION
$21,000 in cash and pledges has been secured toward liqui
dating the trust of $30,000 on the Central Union Mission, 622
La. ave. $9,000 is needed to make this institution, of 28 years'
service in Washington, almost self supporting. During these
years thousands of homeless persons of all nationalities and
creeds have been sheltered, fed, clothed, given employment, and
restored to Christian citizenship and usefulness. Information
furnishd upon application. Visitation welcomed. We need your
assistance to lift the last $9,000 of this debt. We are burdened
with an annual interest of $1,450.
ALDIS B. BltOIVXE, President. IVORY G. KI3III I.I
DAMEL FltASEn, WILLIAM H. MAHTIX.
JOHN B. KIN Jf BAR, W. CLARENCE DtlVALL,
Slake ckeka payable to Central Union Blfanlon. V. II. rt.YMSEY.
Treasurer, 022 La. Ave., near 7th and Pa. Are. A. XV.
The crowning achievement of th twentieth century
is going to be a social progress as great as the scientific of
the nineteenth. , .
The little children of today will live to see it.
A justice and good will betveen men.
An equitable sharing of their gains.
A show for each one's happiness that will make every
life worth living.
How shall we bring it all about?
The Socialists are telling us.
So are the suffragists.
So are the syndicalists.
- And ardent advocates of this and that reform.
The doing away with drink, with war, with disease,
with private ownership of land.
They are all telling us how the good time coming can
be made to come.
Clearly it's a big thing we are undertaking.
Big with its problems.
Big with the science and skill and sympathy society
must put into it. t
' Big with .tfi e. honesty and industry and efficiency re
quired of every human unit that goes into it.
Without these big, big, big essentials the big enter
prise is bound to fail.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Columbia Road. Euclid and' Champlaln Sts.
6erIces: Sunday. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Subject, "Loc." Sunday School 11 a. m.
Weanrsday een!ns meeting. 8 p. m. Public
cordially lml ted. Reading room C01 Colorado
Seventh Day Adveniists.
MEMORIAL S. D. A. CHURCH,
uio inn st. n. w
SUNDAT EVENING. FER i 7:13 P. M.
THE SECULAR LEAGUE.
"International Law and Our Canal Treat
ies." Mr. Donald McPherscn and other
speakers, ac 3 p. m.. Pythian Temple. 101!
Dth st. N. W. -Seats free.
CONGRESSMAN LLOTD -n 111 speak Sunday
night at S o'clock. Breakfast Service 3:30
o. m. Mm. B. K. Roberts will apeak at 3
p. m. Sunday Supper Sen Ice, 7 to 8 p. m.
Tonight, Evangelist Gordon will report his
four dajs service in Phlla.. where 33 soul
were comerte-1. Gospel sen-Ices eery night
In the jear. AH welcome
Y. W. C. A.
Y. W. C. A. 936 F St. N. W-
Vcsoer Services, 4:30 p. m.
Speaker. Miss Florence M. Brown.
Soloist. Mrs. Alonxo Tweedale
ORIENTAL ESOTERIC SOCIETY
IMS Q STREET N. W.
Lectures and classes In the philosophy pf
true living. Active and corresponding mem
bership. Open to inquirers dally from 10 un
til S o'clock. Library and reading, room.
15TH AND CORCORAN STS. N. TV.
The Ret. rRANK SEWALU D. D.. Pastor.
Will preach at 11 a. m.. "The Son of Man."
Holy Comniunlcn. Evening. :w. "lecture
by th- RE PAUL SPERRY. on
"THE CHIEF RELIGIOUS EED3
Wedn-sdar. Feb. 5. 7:30. In Library. First
Meeting of General Reading Circle. Friday.
In Churrti. 3 p. m.. Devotional service wltn
short address. All are welcome. Free Loan
Library of the Writings of Swedenborg.
THE WASHINGTON LODGE.
The Germanla, Third and B stsf S. E.
Sunday. S o'clock p. m. Question meeting
In charge of.Mrs. Anna M. Jaquess and Dr.
George H. TV Wright.
ALL INVITED TO ATTEND.
THE TEACHINGS OF ABDUL BAIIA ON
THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUIi."
Lecture Sunday. Feb. 2. 11:15 a. m.. at 419
Corcoran Bldg.. by Mr. Jos. II. Hannn.
Public cordially invited. Free class for dla-
cuss'on of Theosophy, "Wednesday, at S p. m.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER,
13TH AND L STS. N. W.
REV. JOHN 'VAN SCIIAICK. D. D.. Pastor.
11 a. m.. sermon by the pastor. 9;C a. m..
Sunday School. 11 a. m.. Klndergaiten 7
p. m.. Y. P. C U.
The People's Church.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH.
. STUDIO HALL. 1319 CONN. AVE.
Services -at 11 a'. Tn. Mrs. -Belle C. La-
foljette will speak on "Some Phases of
Habit." A cordial invitation Is extended.
(43 LOUISIANA AVENUE N. W. Near cor.
7th. Services every Sundav night at 7:30.
Rev. G. J. S. HUNNICUTT. Pastor.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH,
Pythian Temple. 1012 9th st. N W., first
floor, 7:30 p. m. Lecture on "Spirit Life." by
Mrs. Z. B. Kates, also spirit communion.
Lyceum. 2:30. All Iniited.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS AS
SOCIATION class meets for study at 7:30
p. m.. Sundays, Old Masonic Temple, 9th
and F sts. AH welcome no collections.
PENTECOSTAL-D st, N.W.. bet. 3d and 1th.
H. B. HOSLEY. Pastor.
' Services: 11 and 7:30. Sundays.
Tuesdays and Thursdays) 7:30 p. m.
930 PA. AVE. N. W.
Offices, In charge of AdJLi L.1L. Brazier.
Each evening S p. m. except Monday.
Speaker Sunday S p. m.. Major Geo. Ivlngs.
YOUR BUSINESS to
It is written in the order of the universe:.
That the best of people can't make this the best of
worlds under social systems that are inequitable and in
That the best of social systems can't make this the
best of worlds with people that are small and soft and self
indulgent. Men as well as measures must go into it.
You ask the order of this universe' as the old-time
prophet asked his God:
"What hope is there of social salvation?"
And it will answer in the same way:
"Because men are going to love fair play better than
"Because men are going to reckon their fellow-men
worth more than dividends.
"Because men will give more than little work for
Thereis evidently a bigger, broader job ahead of us
than any of the saving schemes can of themselves work
out Socialism, suffrage, syndicalism, or any of them!
And the one ability to tackle it the fundamental
strength and success of all the saving schemes lies inside
of men and-. not outside of them; impelling from within
EVANGELIST HENRY P. LUTZ accepts
call as regular paMor of the II st. Church.
H St., near 4v S. W and will 'be in charge
tomorrow. Preaching at 11 a. ra. and :tj
Bible school at 3:30 a. m. '
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN
9TH AND D STREETS N. E.
V REV. GEO. A. MILLER. PASTOR.
Preaching 11 a. m.. 7:13 p. m.. by pastor.
Sunday school. 9-T0 a. "..
SPECIAV EVANGELISTIC SERVICES
EACII NIGHT NEXT WEEK.
VERMONT AVE. CHRISTIAN'
VERMONT AVE. ABOVE N N. W.
REV. EARLE WILFLEY. LL. D., Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor Tjw-
"PRACTICAL CHRInTLv.Mi J . i -
Sundays 4 p. m 403, The Cecil. Uth ami
L. Mrs. Day. Mrs. Colby. "Practicing the
Presence of God." All welcome.
CHURCH OF CHRIST,
PYTHIAN TEMPLE, 1012 3TH ST. N. W.
The Disciples meet pn the first day of the
week (Lord Day) to break bread. 10.30 a.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
1BTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
15th and I) Streets S. E.
Rev. CLIFTON S. EHLEItd. Pastor.
Bible School. 9.30; Preaching. 11 and .
EVANGELIST HENRY F. LUTZ accepts
rail as regular pastor or the H Street
Church, near 4'4 st. southwest, and will be
In charge tomorrow. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:1j p. in. Bible scIToo! at 9:30 a. m.
NATIONAL NEW THOUGHT
MIS3 EMMA GRAY and DR. GEORGE
RICHER (practitioners "for ttwenty-ne
jean) receive patients week days. Meet
ings, "dally at noon. Wednesdays at S p.'m.
Children. Saturdays, 10.39 a. m. Loan and
Trust Bldg..'' Public Invited.
Washington Temple Congregation.
WASHINGTON TEMPLE CONGREGA
TION. Free Bible Lectures on topics of the Hour
every Sunday at " p. m.. In New Masonic
Temple. New York ave. and 13th st. Evan
gelist F. F. Cook, of Detroit, will preach
tomorrow. Subject. "What Is a Christian?"
All Invited. No collection. 1
HALL MISSION. 623 LA. AVE. N. W.
EvanRellstlc service for the promotion of
Scriptural holiness every Sunday at 2:30
p. m. P. HACL LUTTRELL. Pastor.
HOLY SPIRITUAL CHURCH
Meets 2nd floor, Pythian Temple.- 7:30.
Sunday evening (take elevator), subject:
"Invisible Helpers." by Alfred Terry. Spirit
THE SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE will mt
Sundav :.-a. m. -at MM iCS. W. Mrs.
Nobbe, .Medium. AH are welcome.
FIRST. Sis 4th St. S. HI
REV. W. A. MELVIN. PASTOR.
11 a. m.. S p. m. S. 8.. 9:30. C B.. 7.
N. C. AVE, 8th and N C Ave 3. E
REV. N. O. GIBSON. PASTOR.
11 a, m.. S p. m. S. 8.. 3:30. C. E.. 7.
RD. ISU'AVE.. R. I. Ae. and 1st St- N. W.
RHV. FRANK T. BENSON. PASTOR.
11 a. m.. t p. m. S. 3.. 9:30. C E.. 7.
MT. TABOR, ssth and Wis. Ave. N. W.
REV. E. U, BEAUCHAlfP. PASTOR.
U a. m.. i p. m. S. 8.. :. C. E.. 7.
PARK ROAD. Near 11th St. N. W.
REV. G. M.; CLAYTON. PASTOR.
11 a. m.j S p. m. S. S.. 9:3a C E.. 7.
CONGRESS ST., 123 31st St. N. W.
REV. B. D STONE. PASTOR.
11 a. mv p. in. 8. S.. 9:3. C E.. 7.
Corfter of John Marshall place and C St.
N. W. James Shera Montgomery, minister.
Morning service at 11 o'clock wlth sermon
by the pastor; subject, "The Ministry of
Affliction." Epworth. League devotional t erv
Ice at 6:1S- At S o'clock. Dr. Montgomery
will give the -fifth sermon In the series, "If
I Had My Life to Live .Over." The special
subject for Sunday evening Is. "Some First
Things First." Free seats to the public
MASS. AE.. NEAR 9TH ST. N. W.
L. MORGAN CHAMBERS. Minister.
II a. m. "THE MAN OF AFFAIRS."
Reception of members the Lord's Supper.
8;09 v. m. "Barrier Burned Away." Ser
mon preceded by brief pulpit editorial on
"The Washington Merchant and the 'Jones
'WAUGH:.3rdand A NVE.
A. IL THOMPSON. Pastor
U;00a. m. Communion t and , reception of
members 70.'' "A Gracious Invitation."
NORTH CAPITOL CHURCH
N CAPITOL AND.TC STS. N. E.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 'm.. special services
conducted bv Mrs. Delia Jenkins; of Okla
homa, and Miss Jennie Smjth. of Washington.
Methodist Episcopal South.
MOUNT VERNON PLACE
"TH AND K'KTS. N. W.
REV.' E. V. REGESTER. Pastor.
Preaching services: " 11 a. m Rev. E. B.
Chappell, D. D.. of Nashville, Term.
p. m., Hev. C W. Byrd. D. D., of Greens
boro, N. u.
Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.
Epworth League. 7:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting. Thursday. S p. m.
UNITED- BKETHREN CHURCH.
N. CAPITOL AND K STS. N. W.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. 20th anniversary.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
By REV. W. II. WASHINGER. D. D.
Christadelphiaa.';. v . . 1
WASHrNOTON ECCLESIA.. -Naval .Lodge
HalUCO.Pa. ave. SAE.t-SuiC. 11:30 'a., ra.
and not compelling from without. That one ability lies in
a generous sympathy with men, a sturdy insistence upon
worth in them, a whole score of cheap and easy living for
them, a determined will to level up instead of down, an
unconquerable sense of power in and with us to accom
plish it, and an indomitable patience and courage to keep
And the one fellowship that exists amongst men to
inspire, to develop this ability and to set it at every sav
IS THE CHURCH
Men's one fellowship that has the equipment, the
catholicity, the hallowed influence of age-long human en
deavor at its best, the sense of partnership between man
and all the power of truth and love and goodness in the
universe is the church.
It is the one best fellowship with which to get at the
one best social progress.
It is-the twentieth century's best equipment for the
twentieth century's best achievement.
AND ITS YOURS!
Where it fails of being all it should be, and all it can
be, it is yours alike to correct and to perfect.
Where its strength is wasted and misdirected ;-the old
est, mightiest, best organized of forces amongst men
spent stupidly or selfishly; it is yours to readjust to every
real and vital interest of man!
Bethlehem Chapel. ML St. Alban. D. C.
Holy Communion 7:33 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Litany 10:00 a.m.
lisly Communion ana .bermon.
Preacher. Canra De Vrles 11:00 a.m.
Choral Evensong and Sermon.
Preacher, Rev. Canon Robert
Talbot. Rector St. Paul's Church.. 4:00 p. m.
Holy Communion .........'. 7:30a. jn.
Momlng Prayer, Penitential Off Ice,
and Sermon .........71:00a.m.
ventong and Address 4:00 p.m.
The -Bishop will make an address every
Thursda- ) In Lent at I p! m.
Corner 31st and O Sts. N. W. Georgetown.
Rev. James H. W. Blake, rector.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school
11:00 a. m. Full service and sermon by the
2:00 p. m. Confirmation lecture.
8:00 p. m. Enlng prayer and address.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT.
Conn. Ave.. N and 1Kb Sts.
CHARLES WOOD. Minister.
BERNARD G. BRA8KAMP. Minister's Asst.
HARRY BAREMORB ANGUS.
MInJster of Peck Chapel.
11 a. m. Sermon by the- minister.
Musical service, led by double sextet, from
3:30 to 4 o'clock.
4 p. m. bermon oy ino minister, ouojku
.8 p. m. Sermon by the minister. Subject.
'Sowing and Reaping;."
EvenlnK'chorus choir of 100 voices, Sydney
Lloyd Wriglitson, Director;. Harvey Murray,
Sunday, school, at 9:t a. mj.
Christian Endeaor meeting at :(5 p. m.
Thursday evening-at V,' midweek service.
ECKINGTON , PRESBYTERIAN
NORTH CAP.. FLA. AVE. AND Q ST.
Jv. HENRY E. BRirNDAGE.D.D.. Minister.
11 a. m., ssociai nemeaiea.-
70 p. ra., "The Bible and Its Problems."
FIRST The Stranger's Sabbath Home. John
Marshall pi. N. W. Donald C MacLeod.
Minister: 9:30 -a. m.. Sunday school, with
adult Bible classes. 11 a. m.. "The Great
est Opportunity' of the; Church Today." J:45.
p. m., "How a Toung Man of Parts Failed."
HON. DICX T. MORGAN, member of Con
gress from Oklahoma, will address th
Men' Illbl- Class of the Eastern Presby
terian Sunday School Sunday morning, Feb'.
2. at 9:15 o'clock. Visitors especially wel
EASTERN. MD. AVE. .AND STH ST. K. B.
Church services 11 a, m. and 7:45 p. m.
Sermons by Rer. Alfred E. Barrows. Pastor.
Sunday school. 9:30. Classes for all ages.
Men's Bible 'das. 10 a. in. Teacher Mr. Geo.
II. Wlnslow, Secretary Railroad Branch.
T. M. C A. Visitors Especially Welcome.
Christian 'Endeavor.. (:45 p. m.
MRS. 'FIELD"1 will ispakf, every" Sunday at"
11 a. ra. at "Trie. Iroquois, .Apt. SOS, 1410 If,
st.-N.iW.., am are welcome. f-
3rd AND A STS. S. B.
REA. C. R. STETSON. RECTOR.
SERVrCES, 7J0. IL MiD S.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
1TH AND.H STS. N. w,
REV. ROLAND COTTON SMITH. D. D.
REV.'EDWARD SLATER DUNLAP. A. K.
REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH. D. D.
S a. m. Holy Communion-
9:4S a, m. Sunday school and BIbts classes.
11:00 a. m. Litany, sermon, and Holy Com
munion. 4:15 p. m.Evenlnir prayer and sermsn.
ASH WSDNESDAY SERVICES.
S a. ml Holy Communion.
11:00 a. m. Morning "prayer. Litany and
4:45 p. m. Evening prayer.
Thursday, Holy Communion at noon.
S:30. 12. and evening prayer and address
at 4:15 p. m.
SAINT JAMES' CHURCH,
STHtST.. NEAR C ST. N. E.
pSERVICES. SUNDAY. 70. 10 JO and 11 ;
m.. j:ot ana i-.tt p. m.
OTHER DAYS. 7 and 9 a. ra. and 7 p.m.
ALL WELCOME ALWAYS.
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH,
MTH AND CORCORAN STS. N. W.
REV. J. J. DIMON. RectPr.
Services: S:0O Holy Communion.
:jo sunaay scnooi.
11:C0 Litany and Holy Communion
8:C0 Evening Service .and Sermon.
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH;
Hth St.. Between Col. Road and IrrlBC
REV. GEORGE F. DDDJJnr. Rector.
REV. WILLIAM OSCAR RQOME. Aast.
Services Sunday. 7J0, 9-JO. and U a. m.
, ' t p. m- Thursday. 9d0 a. ra.
St. JOHN'S CHURCH.
a ST., BET.' 27nd & 33rd. GEORGETOWN.
Rer. FRED'C B. HOWDEN. Rector.
REV.WM. R. BUSHBY, Assistant.
SERVICES FOR SUNDAY. FEB. 2.
,7:3V a. m. Holy Communion.
9SJ0 a. m. Sunday scbooL
11:00 a. m. Holjc Comm.unlon and Sermon.
SO p. ra. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
The rector will preach at the morning
and the assistant at the evening service.
Men's Bible conference wilt begin- Its ses
sions on Sunday. February 9. 1313. at 10U0
a. ra. In the rectory.
CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD,
STH AND EYE STS. N. E.
REV. C S- ABBOTT, Vicar.
Services, 7:30 and U a. ra. and I p. m.
Rer. S. N. Barry, of Oregon, 'will preach
at 11 a- m. -
Rev. H. H. .Marsden will preach at S p. m.
EPIPHANY CHAPXL. 12th and C sts. S, W,
JIst. Charles F. 'Edwards, vicar. Servtoss:
Sundays. U a. bl. S p. m.:. Wednesdays. I
sv. ra. J.,
CHURCH OE THE EPIPHANY.
G STREET, NEAR 14TH.
Rer. Randolph Harrisont-McKim, D. D.,
. Rev-. Thomas Hubert-Jones, assistant min
Holy .Communion, S a. ra.
utneri services, u a. ra., t ana s p. ra.
THE CHURCH IS YOURS.
Out of the inmost reality 'of human experience it
came to be.
Your fathers made it the best they could.
They have left it as yourlieritage.
It is yours to- make it anything- you' will. -
IT IS YOUR BUSINESS. ,r
To help it see with your clearer vision. ,
To help it march with your swifter step. -
To help it grip with your stronger hold.
And if in its great fellowship you find the task of this
great century a grander one, broader and higher and hard
er than you thought, why that is
Your manful business, too; to learri how large is
human destiny and how large your part in it!
ONE THING SURE
The church may show you more to do for men, and
more to have them do, than you have' ever dreamed, but
it will compensate you with a faith in what is possible, and
in the power working for it with you, that shall merge the
clamor and confusion of the day into
ONE CLEAR TRUMPET CALL ,
to you, to do your part with joy!
An appeaUn the interest of all churches by Aivt.
HAT IS A '1U
Sunday at 3
Sew Maasale Teinle. ,-1
Xew Yor.k Are. IStss Si.
All jbtHcwI JWa Canthml
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHUCH
' (Mlssoorl SyaodT.) .
NEW JERSEY 'AVE.. NEAR V ST. ,
REV.vJV FREDERIC WENCKEL. FMtar.4
Services 11 -a. m. and t'M p- ra. '
Ash Wednesday at.7J0 p. ra.
1TTH AND P STREETS N". "W.
BEV. A. C, GARNER. Paster.
930 Stoday scJ?ooI.
110 Fubllc worsolir and preaching by- tte
S p. ra. Choral service and" preachtoi.
Public 'cordially lavlted. o-t
FIRST COJf GREGATIONAL- CHURCH,
COR. IOTH & a STS. 3T- W.
Rer. SAMUEL H- -WOODROW; IXD.. Paatsr
Rev. Lewis E. Purdum, Assistant Paatar.
II a. ra., public worship wHa strmoa fcy
the pastor, subject. "THE rNCARNATION."
Music by the quartette aad . chorus eholr.
9-30 . m.. Sunday school. : p. ra.. Y. P,
S", C. E 8:00 p. m, evening: service with ser
mon by the pastor, sJect.TWO.WAYS"
CHRISTIAN SCIENC1T CHURCH.
Service. Sunday morulas' at U o'clock; at
Rauscher's; cor. Connectlcat ave. asd L
st, N: .W. Subject of. lecture by BIQifOP
OLXYBR O. SABIN. "An 'As of Progress."
Hall commodious. surrouBdlEgs etecaat;
seats free; all invited. 1,
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