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THE WASHINGTON TTlttES, SATURDAY; tfAY i; 1915.
Al HIGHER fOUCATION
Dr. Hibbcn Addresses Alumni of
Princeton at Reunion in New
Dr. .Tnhn Grler Hibbcn told how the
human element had entered Into higher
education and Dr. J. Duncan Spalth told
how athletes were attaining scholastlo
honors before tUp Prlm.etc.jt Alumni As
sociation which dined last night at tho
President Hlbben and Dr. Spalth, who
U director of rowing at tho university.
were the principal speakers. Oliver
Metrerott, jjrcsluent of tho alumni as
sociation, was toastmaatcr.
"I pellevo it la .possible for a man to
participate In athletics even though ho
cpmea to the university lor Intellectual
purposes, provided a wholesome and
normal relation between studies and
athletics is maintained," said Dr.
'Of course, if It were necessary to
the success of Btudy we would abolish
all athletics, but I have generally found
that the man who Is efficient ai an ath
lete Is an honor man In his Btudlcs."
Sense of Inquiry.
The most hopeful aspect of the pres
ent day college student, to Dr. Hlb
ben's mind, is the development of a
sense of inquiry.
"No longer do we have the student
who learns and recites a lesson," said
Dr. Hlbben. "There Is an Inclination in
our students to challenge the piofcsHor
upon his statements, a spirit to argue
his theories with those of his protes
sor." The war In Europe. Dr. Hlbben
things, has done much to intensity in
terest in the study of history. This in
terest, he said, has taken the form of a
deeper Interest In the underlying cau.ies
that give directions to events.
"The sympathies of young men have
been stirred by this war In Europe us
never before," he continued. "They
are trying to learn the causes whlcn
are behind the conflict and to determine
the position the United states shouKl
Among the Guests.
Associate Justice Mahlon Pitney, of
UM United States Supreme Court; Chief
Justice J. Harry Covington, of the Dis
trict Supreme Court, and Justice wai
ter t. MoCoy were among those attend
ing the dinner. Othors present were:
Oliver Mctzerott. M. Horn, Edmund
Brady, Henry E. Davis, James M.
Johnston. S. A. Williams, W. O. Dun
lap, W. J. Flather, James L. Novls. E.
A- Bollock. John B. O'Connor. David U.
Myers, Charles S. Smith, T. S. Kllle
Brotvn, A. B. Kelly, E. 6. McCalmont,
O. T. Dunlap, C. D. Fowler, Dr. John
Van Rensselaer, Col. W. W. Harts, U.
8. E. C; A. B. Hagner, Hughes Oll
phant, Alexander Brltton Browne, Will
iam Ballantlne, Newton 1C Fox, Frank
B Fox. Vtctor Kauffmann, George G.
Comwell, J. K. Dale. Mark C. J. Wlehle,
Lawrence m. Baker, O. T. Torter, C.
E. Knickerbocker, Milton AV. King,
"William Bamum, and Charles Henry
APPEALS IDE FOR
Flour, Beans, Corn, and Rye
May Be Sent By Mail, Relief
BERLIN (via The Hague). May 1.
Many thousand people In several dis
tricts of Poland face starvation today.
The government survey shows that In
many places a food supply of from two
to three weeks only is available. Tho
question of relief Is now being consid
ered, but because of the difficulty of
purchasing food outside of Germany
this ts a difficult task.
The American Red Cross and Rocke
feller Foundation. In charge of the re
lief work, are trying by every moans
In their power to obtain food for these
needy people. After several months of
effort. Roumania Is now permitting tho
purchase of corn, beans, and barley In
sufficient quantities to feed tho Polish
non-combatants In the territory held by
But there are a number of sections
where food Is still needed. Sweden has
refused to permit the export of wheat
or other foodstuffs, even though pur
chased for philanthropic work.
Carleton Gibson, head of the Ameri
can relief work, today Issued arc appeal
to Americans to aid In this work. He
urges all who can to send Immediately,
bv. parcel jpst. flour, beans, corn, and
"CARLETON GIBSON, Distribut
ing General. International Commis
sion for Relief of Poland, Berlin."
Tf the responses are prompt, he be
lieves enough food will be available In
the near future to tide the Inhabitants
of Poland over until the relief forces
can get a supply of grain.
To Consider Proposal
For Bowlers' Convention
Representatives of the local chapter
of the Atlantic Coast Bon ling Associa
tion will appear before the Joint con
ventions committee of the Board of
Trade. Chamber of Commerce, and Re
tail Merchants' Association at a meet
ing to be held at the Chamber of Com
merce at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday to as
certain what inducements the commit
tee can offer to bring the annual nicot
ine of the association to Wa"K'igton In
At noon Monday the transportation
committee of the Chamber will discuss
the inauguration of lltney bus service
The membership committee will meet
at noon Tuesday, and the monthly
meeting of the board of directors will
be hld Wednesday.
Sunday Says He Spurned
$175,000 "Movie" Offer
PATERSON. N j , May l.-Bllly
Sunday today declared that he had rp
fused an offer of X173.IW) to appear In
the "movies" for a year This state
ment came when he was asked concern
ing a reported offer of JiO.000 to appear
In the nl"1. "The Sky Pilot."
"I won't enter this movie game." de
clared Sunclav "My business Is salng
souls, and I'm koiiik to stick to It They
call me a grafter and all that, but, Just
the same. I refuted an offer of $17S,on0
to play with a mole company a jcar.
bat' ifea kind of a (rafter 1 am."
Society Boxer To
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A. J. DREXEL BIDDLE.
DREXEL BIDDLE TO
To Make Series of Addresses to
Sunday Schools and Bible
Classes May 9.
Anthony J. Drexel Blddlc, better
known probably as "Tony" Blddle, the
society boxer and athlete. Is coming to
Washington. He Isn't coming in the
role of a boxer, nor as a society man
to demonstrate any of the many talents
of his versatile character, but in the
role of an advocate of practical re
ligion. Announcement was made today that
Mr. Blddle will mako a series of ad
dresses before Washington Sunday
schools and Bible classes Sunday week.
The announcement caused almost as
much Interest among church workers as
If word had come that "Billy" Sun
day or some evangelist Just as fa
mous were comlnir to the Capital.
For Mr. Blddle has come to fame by
leaps and bounds among churchmen,
since he Is the founder of the chain of
Drexel Blddle Bible classes, with 67,000
members enrolled In Sunday schools of
fifteen denominations, all the way from
Rhode Island to California, as well as
In Canada, the West Indies, Australia,
and other foreign lands. r
Only Four Years Old.
This great association of Bible stu
dents, which grew from a class of three
members, taught by Mr. Blddle In an
Episcopal Sunday school In Philadel
phia, has been develdped within the tast
four years. In the spring of 1911. as his
own class Increased In numbers, he con
ceived the Idea of tKe larger organiza
tion, and with all his splendid enthusi
asm and ample financial means started
the world-wide movement.
Mr. Blddle will address the Vaughn
Class during the "lesson hour" of the
morning service. Then he will go to
Bethany Church, Second street ana
Rhode Island avenue northwest to speak
especially to adult Bible students, and
at 4 o clock will return to Calvary
Baptist Sunday school house, where ho
Is to be Initiated In the David and
Jonathan fraternity of tho Vaughn
Class as honorary member. As this
Is a special occasion. It has been de
cided to Invite Sunday school teachers
of the District to meet Mr. Blddle at
time and to witness the exemplification
of the ritual In the cast parlor, tho
secret work being Imparted in another
In the evening at R o'clock Mr. Bld
dle will address the Bible class students
of Vermont Avenue Christian Church.
The teaching of practical Christianity,
promotion of Bible study, advancement
of brotherhood among men, and en
couragement of unity In the churches,
these are the objects of the Drexel
Blddle Bible Classes. Very little for
mality is required for affiliation with
the organization. The rules and objects
of affiliating classes ate not Interfered
with, and class name, officers, lesson
systems, etc., remain Intact. If a class
desires to affiliate this desire is offi
cially communicated to the organize
tlon and the names of the class officers
are furnished: and when a class is en
rolled a certificate of membership Is
sent, members' buttons are supplied
tree, and a gold "founder's button" is
given to the teacher and flso to the
one who was most instrumental In
bringing the class Into the organiza
tion. The Drexel Blddle Bible Classes com
prise organized classes of women as
well us men, and the religious train
ing Is supplemented and strengthened
by a most attractive appeal through
athletic, boclal. and educational activi
ties, the Idea being somewhat similar
to that of tha V. M. C. A. Two or
three "Bible class homes ' aro main
tained In the East, with parlorp, dormi
tories, reading rooms, and opportunities
for social games, music, and athletic
exercises. At one of the suinmar homes
there nie thirty-four acies of grounds,
with baseball diamonds, tennis courts,
croquet grounds, and other facilities tor
recreation. It Is the Intention to open
additional homes as the movement
Fulton R.Gordon Demands
Interest on $700 Deposit
A ruling was requested by Fulton K.
Goidou todHV on the recent order of the
Public Utilities Commission requiting
the payment by public utilities of In
terest at the i ate of per cent on de
posits made 1)5 rustomeis The order
was Issued bv the commission under
date of April 23. and becomes effective
toda. It was intended to apply esie
ciall to ilepoidls made IV consumers
for gas and electilc son ice"
Mr Oordon savs he has deposited
with the Georgetown Gas I,lght Cotn
pan J700 for the extension of gas
mains in Chey ChnsH The company
declares the order of tho t'ommlssion did
not require It to pay Interest on depos
its o fthls kind. Such a position, Mr
Gordon declares. Is unjust as gas com
panies would be compelled to pay In
i.rAl nn caultal borrowed to extend
I thtlr mains.
POUR LI UOB SHOPS
Only Forty Establishments
Granted Licenses for New
ALEXANDRIA, May 1. Alexandria
will have forty places of business whero
liquor Is sold this year. Judgo L.. C.
Burley yesterday completed granting
licenses for the new fiscal year which
begins todtiy. This Is a induction of
four, tho following linns having failed
to apply for renewals: M. S. Fairfax &
Co., Garrett & Monroe, estato of Wil
liam Rogers and Joseph B. Drew.
Following Ib u list of tho firms to whom
licences were granted: Luclou A. Davis,
I Charles II. Zlinmotman, James H. Mc-
iinwnn Ahorn HinB.. Gcorso W. Rob
erts, Jacob Brill, Herbert J. Baker, II.
1,. Cheshire. James M. Doherty, Harry
fletschmann, John J. Hanratty, P. W.
Harcy, W. K. Jiammersiey, jonn ji.
Haywood, Thomas F. Kelly, John A.
cannon. S. J. McCauley. G. K. Nlgtcn
gale, Kdward Qulnn Sons, Joseph II.
Ilamsay, J. Harry Rice, Hummel tinil
Whltestone. George W. Wells, James W.
Bales, Richard C. Burnett, Eugene It.
Bode, James E. Curtln, Stephen Davis,
K. E. Downham Company, Michael
Igoc, J. M. Cochran & Co., J. J. Kolley,
Ivwcnbach Bros., J. O. Lynch, John
N. Lawlor, Randolph Ramer, F. A. Wln
gerroll, -William Wolls, W. A. JohtiHon
Ac Co., and the Robert I'ortncr Brewing
Alexandrians contlnuo to pour into
tho office of City Treasurer Ronlnson
to pay their capitation taxes In order to
permit them to voto In the Democratic
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Thao the largest number of qualified
M.ters In many years, it io num. iu
day 1,81) persons had qualified.
An automobile owned by a Washlng
tonian "and operated bv Miss Annie
Thomas, .of Mt. Ida, Va.. got beyond
the driver's control last night as she
was trying to turn at King and Pitt
streets and ran across the sidewalk,
Hmfmhlnsr n. show window In Swan
The circuit court, with Judge J. B. T.
Thornton, presiding, will open Its May
term on Monday at 11 o'clock Instead of
Julius Graham, an Inspector of the
Virginia health department. Is making
an inspection of the restaurants, hotels,
shops, and stores of Alexandria.
The Rev. J. Lelghton Stuar., a mis
sionary to China, will preach tomorrow
evening at the Second Presbyterian
Church. Mr. Stuart has Just returned
from China and will give tho latest re
port of conditions In that country.
Funeral services for Herman Ijicy.
who was killed In' Washington Wednes
day by an electric car, were held today
trom tho resldenco at Addison Heights.
Srgt. C. J. P. Weber nnnounccs that
Nelson A Miles "amp. No 1. Spanish
War Veterans. Mil ike ckaiire of tho
meinoriui b.ilt--3 u. mo Gov. ru nent
Hospital for the Insane on Sunday,
May CO. Commander Wobcr nlso an
nounced this committee: J. A. Costello,
chairman; C. Hlntcnach. P Brcnan,
C. A. H. Bally. C. Halm. f. Koch, A
Shrlver, L. D. Donaldson. W. J. Ander
son, W. H. Henderson. T. W. Parish,
F, H. Sloane, C. W. MrCafterty. A.
Gfaff, M. Donnelly. J. II. Hooper, F.
Ray and G. W. Whitman.
John A. Logan Post, G. A. R.. will
The adult members of the Anacostla
M. E Church last night heard addresses
and vocal .and Instrumental music. Tho
committee In charge consisted of Mrn
John C. Smith. Mrs. Grace U 8ult. Mrs.
Corrie E. Campbell. Mrs. Mamie llamby
and Miss Sadie Pumphrey.
Mlneola Tribe. No. 14. I O. R. M..
last night made further plans for tho
The stand at the Potomac Baseball
Ieaguo grounds will be ready for use
Hitchcock hall at the Government
Hospital for the Insane was crowded
with Inmates and employes last night
during an entertainment.
The Rev. W. O. Roome, Jr.. of Km
manucl Episcopal Church, has returned
from a few das out of the city.
Thomas H. Plckford. of Washington,
was fined J6G by Justice of the 1'eaco
A. H. Dahler, of Bladensburg, on
charges of operating an automobllo
without an operator's license and regis
tration and tags.
John W. Young, of Washington, was
arrested yesterday by Deputy Com
missioner Wlldman. charged with op
erating an automobllo without sufficient
tags. He left 125 collatorul.
Esther Rebekah Lodge, No. 20, has
IndellnltPly postponed tho entertain
ment to have been gton by Miss Jean
llson Tuesday night.
Town Treasutor William A. Shepherd,
who has been confined at Uarlicld Hos
pital. Is steadily Improving.
Fire Marshal Edwin Kecgin lias with
drawn from the race tor chief of the
local department and has also an
nounced he will not be a candidate tor
Tho East Hyattsvllle Citizens' As
sociation has resumed Its sessions and
the tlrst meeting will be hold In the
East Hyattsvllle school house on May
7 and on tho tlrst I-'rlday of each
The Passion I1ay will bo given In
storeoptlcon pictures at the l-'ltst
Presbyterian Church tomorrow evening
and on Ma) 9 by tho Rev Dr. V. U.
Skelllngor. The topic of hr. Skellln
ger's sermon tomorrow morning will
be "Glorious Things. '
SundayHas" Won 6544
Converts in Paterson
PATERSON. N J , May l Among the
W.9 "tiail hitters" Inst night Billy Sun
day counted sand -haired jouths and
plg-talled girls, for It was school chil
dren's night. With jesterdays' coin cits
Sunday now has 6,544 "tiail" followers.
Collections to date total Ki.0
Sunday will umplio a ball game today
between th- !ov'il high mIii' n no and
the team from N'owt 1.1 IIIk'i Si hool
Thirteen Eggs, Eighteen
Chicks, Is Hen's Record
DEXTER Mc , Ma I -ft.ilph C
niothon claims the N'ow Engltivl record
foi hatching chickens
Three weeks ago he plarod thirtopn
eggs benea'.h one of his pilzo Plynouth
Itock hens Th's niomin,; when h- In
spected tho nest he illico errd tlghloeu
chicks Ills only cxpluiictlon Is that
some of the eggs must haio boon dii'il-l"
Yesterday when he In'il)' i ted tno nct
during the absctiio of tlv Iipii tho shells
of the original thirteen cygs were In tltu
llght sermons will bo delivered at
Wntiuh M. K. Church, by the Rev. K. M.
McCoy, under tho tltlo of "Messages of
The llrst "God's Volco In Literature,"
wll lbo ticatcd at tomorrow evening's
Religious services will bo held from
tho autotruck belonging to tho Gospel
Mission tomorrow afternoon at Ninth
and K streets northwest. Among the
speakers will ho Mrs. Harriet E. Mon
roe, Evangelist Thomas E. Phillips, II.
D. Gordon, Monroe Hanna, Edward Mo
Wllllams, Edwin Howell, and F. C.
The Rev. A. II. Zllmcr, an evangelist,
of Watciloo, Iowa, will begin a special
series of Bible discourses at Christo.dol
phlan Chapel, tomorrow, at 11 o'clock.
His subject will ho "Impending Changes
In Human Affairs: Their Course, Extent
and Effect." A question box will bo
"The Church Covenant'1 will be read
and "the right hand of church fellow
ship" extended to a largo -number of
now members at, tho Fifth Baptist
Church tomorrow morntng. Afterward
Uie pastor, tho Rev. John E. Brlggs,
will explain and administer tho Lord's
At the evening service tho pastor will
adiqlnlstcr baptism and preach on "Tho
lord's Insist Call." Special music will
bo glvrn nt both services by a chorus
choir under tho direction of Mrs, Wil
liam J. Palmer.
Wednosdiy night the Girl Scouts of
Troop No. 9 will present "Cinderella,"
under thp'auspicos of the Young Worn
Mr. and" Mrs. Earl W. Clarke, singing
evangelists, of Cleveland, will concludo
Sunday evening the scries of lectures
which they Inaugurated at tho Central
1'nlon Mission three weeks ago.
Tho Gospel wagon, which Is sent
through the oily each summer under tho
nUHplcos of the mission, will begin Its
thirtieth season Sunday aftprnoon with
n Borvlrp nt 4:45 o'clock at a place yet to
he selected. ,
, At 6:15 Sunday evening Services will
ho held from the wagon at Seventh
street and Market place. Both meetings
will bo addressed by John S. Bennett.
of tho Jerry MacAulcy Water Street
Mission, of New York.
George F. Tlbbltts, until recently con
nected with the International Y. M. C.
A. In Porto Rico, will deliver an lllm
tratcd lecture Wednesday afternoon at
tho mission, entitled "The World's Con
quest." Howard A. Banks, secretary to Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels, will conduct
mo Sunday school lesion, "Jonathan
and David." at the Fourth Prpsbyterlan
rhureh tomorrow at S p m Mr Banks
has written articles for the Sunday
School Times frequently.
In Foundry Mpthortlst Enlsoopnl
Chi.rch tomorrow night the hrlght hour
sprlce will ho Inaugurated Thp sprvlco
will continue throughout the summer
months The pnMor. the Rev W It.
Woddornpnon. will prenrh on the them,
"Savonaroln." the first In n series of
special sermons on "Hrroos " Jir.
Woddorsnoon will pr"arh on "A Heav
enly AIlHnoo" nnd administer tho
Lord's Supper at thp morning sorlce.
John F. RenriPtt. of thn Jorrv McAu
ev Mlilon. of NViv York will n!st In
the service nt rvntrnl Union Mission
tomorrrw He will relate how ho wn
"avpd" In the metropolis Tho rtov
Karl W Clark, who snont six years In
"onth Amorlca doln? mljcdnnnrv work,
"III speak on ship subsidy In the after
noon .,. .
With dilr-to from" nil the mtinnp
'n the- lurNdlot'-in prospnf thp Tpnv
forv of Wot HTio'r h wt hold
Its sn-Hntr moptlnir In th ColWn Church
nt TInmrdon-Sldnpv Vn Wot Ifnn
over q the outgron Hi nf ri Hnriovor
Prphvorv, th oldost P-ofi)Avtorlan or
finlTitlon smith of Philadelphia. nn1
u tiiorofr.ro th mothor of organized
Prosln terlnnlgm 'n the South
Action takon t,v th PreNhvterv of
Hinovor In TVhrunn 1774 'ocnltofl n
t. oatthllshmont of Hnmpdn-Sldney
cnmnalcn for funds to enable them
to pitrohao thn plfo now oocunlod hv
tho Trlnlrlar rtnrMt Church '"is boor,
Inpmnimted " members of thit oon
"ropiMnn Thn Tipnr, tho Roy Tt J
Mnwklns, Is In charge of tho work.
!"! James Shorn. Montgomorv w-tll
nrenoh on "Th Cnusos of pispotineo
nopts nnd tho Word In Snson" nt h"i
tnornlnc ot-voo fnmorron' a the Mnt'o
nolltnn Mo'hodlst Church His ovonlns
M'Moc HI be ".Tonnh nnd th While,
with Modern Interpretations."
The Wnshtneton Ttlhl Society w Ml
hold Its nnnual mooting tomorrow nltrht
it tho Nirh Street Christian Church.
Tho Roy. Oooree . Miller, the pastor.
"In also Is rirosidPnt of the society
"III pioach the anniversary sermon.
Tni5r. Anson S. Tnvlor vloo president,
will toll of tho work of the society.
Bible Class Banquets
Songs. speechP.s, nnd lecitatlons
marked tho annual bano,i.et of iho
Men's Bible Class of the First Presby
terian Church last night The class Is
one of thp leading Rlhle clnsses in the
city, and Is taught by Judge J. Robert
Anderson, of the Depaitment of Jus
tice, who presided at last night's gath
ering Those who took pait In tho enter
tainment were: WnltPr Cosslns, songs:
V. Barbour, dialect recitations; and tho,
Rpy. John Brltton Clark, who delivered
tho principal address.
Boy or Girl
This brings to manj minds an old
and tried family remedy an external
the period of ux-
n mMairi pectancy it is nn.
Plied to the nh.
' doniinal muaulea
A fi Ka .icclr..-, ..
il .lv . uvoifjllCM IU
ftontlm thw l,i..-
i cate netwoik of
In this manner it
has such a splendid influence as to
Justify Its use in all casts of coining
mother-hood. It has been generally
recommended foi j ears and ears and
thobc who have used iffcpealc In high
est praise of the immense relief it
affords. Particularly ao theso know.
Ing mothers speak of the absence of
morning sicknesB. absence- of strain
on the llRdincnis and freedom from
those many other dibtrcsses usually
looked forward to with such concern
Theie Is no question but what
"Mother's Kriend" lias a maikcd ten
dency, to lelleve the mind and Mil or
ltbelf in addition to the phj skal re
lief has Klen It a very wide popu
larity, among women.
Uu tan obtain "Mother's Ki lend" at
almost any drug store. It has helped
a host of motheis to a complete le.
It Is prepaied only by Ilradlleld
Regulator Co., 301 Lamar Bldg. At
Avoid the many worthless ubatl
ry .Jttaka V J
!K Wi VXZTt
SPECIAL SERVICES IN
Will Be Held During May in
Honor of the Bfessed Virgin
Special services will be held In
all of tho Catholic Churches of
Washington during May in honor of
the Blessed Virgin Mary, In accord
ance with a custom long established.
Monslgnor Russell has announced at
St. Patrick's there will be prayers
and meditations each evening during
the month at 7.30. The services will
bo brief, lasting only half an hour,
and will conclude with benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament. '
Sunday will be the regular Commun
ion day for tho members of the
League of the Good Shepherd, who
will receive communion at the 8
o'clock mass. Monslg-nor Russell will
bo the celebrant and will give a short
sermon at these devotions as well as
In tho evening at 7:30, when the usual
weekly meeting will take place.
Tho high mass Sunday at St Pat
rick's will be sung by the Rev. James
A. Smyth, and Mgr. Russell will
preach. The Rev. Martin P. J. Bgan
will act as master of ceremonies. Two
choirs will render the music of the
mass and nt the close the congrega
tion will unite with them In the sing
ing of the hymn, "Holy God, We
i-raiso i ny ruamc.
Test for Furnaceman.
The Civil Sorvlco Commission will
hold an examination July 1 for the po
slon of foundry furnaceman, Washing
ton Navy Yard, at pay from 140 to $3.20
per day. No educational test will be
given. Applicants will be examined as
to their physical ability, training, ex
perience, and fitness.
iHlllll'l MM I'H"H 1 111 1 H
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The Church it an institution which hat outlived men generations races. Its age alone
t is sufficient to command our
f it is the REASON back of this
It is because of the stability
T Church has lived on through
The Church would come
t which tells you to
GO TO CHURCH TOMORROW i
-K-M III II I I II 1 M-M
forner John MarahaJl place and . r street N.
W. JAMi:S SHKIIA MONTGOMERY, mln
Inter aunduj echool at 9.30 with Mr. J.
ITrnney Engle aa hup't Metropolluui UlbU
ilau.at lha .an.. Mxir. tha inlnlalar MM
teacher. Public wornhlp at 11 o 'c'ocfc with
jernion hy the mlnleler on E CAUSE OF
l)IHl"OrKA(!E.Mi:NTS AND THE WORD IN
bKA.SON " llpworth League devotional aer
v Ice at 6 45. At S o'clock l?n?"VZ
vlll ntak on "JONAH AND THE J, 1IAIL
WITH MODERN INTERPRETATIONS.'
Kreo eat to the people.
WAUGH, & S,oSft
N. B. nT. F.
D. D., paator.
Sunday school. -30 a m
11 a in -Hol rommunlon
2 Zt Junior Leajue
T -.Eiworth I.oague.
S CO p in Hud a Voice In Literature
FOUNDRY CHURCH STREETS.
RBV. W. R. WEDDERSPOON. D. D.. Paator.
30 a m Sunday ichool.
11 00 a m "A Heavenly Alliance." Sac
rament of the Iinl'a Supier
7 CO p m Epaorth League aervlca.
S.00 p ni "SviNonarola "
lltom Welcome. Excellent Mulo
Ninth and P etreeui
REV UVIl'SC. cnARK. D. D.. Pastor.
8 30 a in faundai nchool ...-..,.,
11 00 a m -"HOLY COMMUNION."
7 00 p m -Eporth League service.
g p m "The Future of Palestine"
All sittings free. Vou will be welcome
Mount Vernon Place M. E.
CORNER 9th AND MASS. AVE N W.
Edward K. Hardin, Pastor.
Sunday school. 9 30 a in At 11 a. m. and
8 p in . sormons by jmstor. 7 p. m , Ep
worth league ,
MR. HOWARD F. BANKS
The Well Known
. Bible Student and Writer
Will Speak of
"David and Jonathan"
SVUBAIII SCHOOL LESSON FOR
MAY 9 AT THE
Fourth Presbyterian Church
15T11 AND FAIRMONT STS.
TOMORROW EVENING AT O'CLOCK
Attractive music by chorus choir. Miss Chris
tine Church, soloist and conductor. Miss
Mabel Dill, organist
A Cordial Welcome to the Public
ST. JAMES' CHURCH.
8TII STREET, NEAR C BT. N. R
hen Ue-. 7 30, 10.30 and 11 a. m. and 3.30
ind 7 45 l "i . . .
THE NA rIVlTY 7 30 (9 SB); 10. 11.
lloli Communion. 7 30 and 11 a in The
Heurr.H tl n (3 U, S H ). 4. Frl . T SO p m
llolv Communion 1st Tucs of mo . 7 15 a m
National Camp Meeting
NATIONAL CAMP MEETING
On Tart of Washington's Old Farm,
MT VERNON. VA..
JULY 28 TO AUG. 8, 1915.
WORKERS FOR 1915.
HK II. C. MORRISON,
A Noted Evangelistic Orator,
of the South
nr.v c i- UH1GI.E.
Evangelist and Solo Singer,
Of Chicago, III ,
And Mai.y Others
Board and I-odglng for 11 Days. K 0a.
For Full Tariltulars Address
nr.v ii n hojley,
307 I) s r n w
Ml'MOUlM. CHI RCII. llth. near M N W
s n HORTON. Pastor Subject Sunday.
; n ,n ' m T.IE WORK OF SEVENTH
bong service, 7 30
SPIRITUAL TEMPLE SOCIETY
"The Soul's Possibilities."
Is the subject Alfred 11 Terry will lecture on
Sunday .venins at 1 oHotk at IB Will n
N W.. followed bv ballot readings Inte
vtew daLy at 111 C st, N. E. Phone Unc
Mt. St, Alban Summer
School Open Four Days
The Mt St. Alban Summer School for
Sunday school workers will bo held this
year from Juno 7 to 11, Inclusive, at
Cathedral close, 2900 Wisconsin nvenuc,
It Is announced,
Tho school Is conducted under Joint
management of the boards of religious
education of the province of Washington
and tho diocese of Washington, with the
co-operation of tho Bishop of Washing
ton. Its aim Is to give expert instruc
tion In the principles, method, and ma
terial of modern Sunday school teaching
The sessions will be held In the assem
bly hall of the Cathedral School for
OIi-Ih. Those desiring to enroll should
address Canon De Vrles, National Cathe
dral School for Qlrls. Mt Ht Aipan.
Kirk Bible Class Works
To Add to Membership
The campaign to increase tho mem
bership of tho Kirk Bible Class of
Gunton-Temple Memorial Presbyterian
Church la on in earnest. Under the
auspices of the class the campaign was
inaugurated with a turkey dinner to
the men of the church and guests of
tho class members on Tuesday evening.
About forty attended the dinner.
George M. Kirk, leader of the class,
acted as toastmoster and Introduced tho
guest of honor and principal speaker of
the ocaslon, H. S. Omohundro, leader of
the "Omo" class. Ed Wldmaycr, presi
dent of the ."Omo" cIosb; tho Rev. Dr.
Granger, pastor of Gunton-Temple Me
morial Church; J. E. Bromwell, and
Charles N, McCulloch also mado brief
WILKESBARRE, May l.-The old
Twelfth internal revenue district of
Pennsylvania will bo re-established, and
headquarters opened In Scronton today.
The Twelfth district Is now merged
with the Ninth, with headquarters in
Lancaster, the present territory embrac
ing thlrty-flvo of tho central State
141 M ! 'H-H 11 !! H-M-M I M I i't
utmost respect. But it is not this
of its foundation and the righteousness of its purpose that the
to you if it could meet it half
H-I-I-H I I'M'M I I i 1 1 I 1 111 M'l
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT.
Conn. Ave, Uth and N Street.
CHARLES WOOD. Minister.
HOWARD HANNAFORD. Minister's AasU
HARRT BAREMORE ANOUB.
Mlnltr-ln-chare of Peck Chapel.
:I0 a. m.. Sunday schaol.
11 a. m., morning service. Sermon hy the
3:30 p. m.. afternoon service, music ren
dered by double quartette, fr'ermon by the
minister. Subject. "The ISllndnrss of Selfish
ness." :45 p. m. Christian Endeavor meeting-.
3 p. m evening- service, muslo ren
dered bv evening choir of 100 voices. Sidney
IJoyd Wrlghtson. director; Harvey Murray,
rganlst. bermon by the minister. Subject.
"Temporary and Permanent Teace."
S p. m., Thursday, midweek service. Pre
Sixteenth and-Irving- St. N. W.
JAMES H. TAYLOR. Pastor.
Preaching at 1J a m. by Rev. J. Ietghton
Stuart, of Nanking, China: at 8 p. m., by the
pastor. B. S , 9.30 a. m. C. E 7 p. m.
Meeting of congregation Thursday, 8 pm.
An organ recital will be given Tuesday, 8
UTH AND R ST3. N. W.
C. EVEREST GRANGER. D. D.. Paator.
will preach at 11 a. in and 8 p. m., topic),
morning, 'The Devil." evening. "Angels;"
P. 8 30 a m,; men's Rlble class, 10 a. m ;
prayer meeting. S o'clock, Thursday evening.
John Marshall PL 4 St. N. W.
JOHN BRITTAIN CLARK, D. D.,
, U A. M and P. M
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. lth
and G sts. nvv. Rev. Jay T Stocking. D
D pastor Rev Robert W. Coe, assistant
pastor. 11 a. m . public worship. Communion
and reception of members; short sermon by
paator. Muslo by quartet and thorus i holr.
9 30 a m.. Sunday school, 6:45 p. m. Y. P.
K- ,p- B P ni . musical service, with brief
address by the pastor.
FIFTH B near 7th "' Ptor John B.
" " nrlgB8' explains and administers
Communion and welcomes new members at
11 and baptises and preaches on "The Lord's
I.ast Call." at 7 45
B. Hez Swem baptizes in the new building
Sunday night &. preaches 11 A. M. & 8
P. M. Centennial Rapt. Ch.. 7th & Eye sts
SECOND BAPTIST"" " c-jnV
at 11 and 7.45 by Rev. 1". J. Lukens All
31st AND N STS. N. W
REV R. II OAW. Pastor
11 a. in "The Perfect Church "
7.45 p. in "National Defense"
nP AnVi! RA-DrPTSJrP 9th ADS. B.
wnvAj &A aka pn.,nr v
7 45 "Testimony of De-
mons to Jtsus '
Associated Bible Students
Associated Bible Students
AT OLD MASONIC TEMPLE,
9th and F Sts.
3 p. in. Lecture bv
CLAYTON J. WOODWORTH.
7 30 P. m. class meeting for Ulble
Ktudy. Sjbjcct, "Llarth's Great Jub
ilee," question 7, page 27. All wel
come. No collections.
Conducted by Mr. P. L. Davies at
Theosophic Hall, 1216 H St..
Sunday, 8 P. M.
Free study classes Tuesdays and
Friday at 8 p. m.
Hundred and Fifty Postulants
to Be Received Into Ranks
on May 9.
Mgr. John Bonzano, apostolic delegate
to tho United States, will officiate at
tho annual sdemn reception of candi
dates Into tho Sodality of the Blessed
Virgin Mary, for the members of
Georgetown University professional
schoolfi, which will be held In Dahlgren
Chapel on the afternoon of May 9
Tho Row Walter Drum, S. J., profes
sor of Scripture at Woodstock College,
will preach tho sermon. Preceding the re
ception tho Law School Sodality wW
About ISO postulants will be received
Into thn ranks of the society. This will
bring the membership of the sodality
to nearly D0O.
Tho Law School Sodality Ib under the
direction of Father T. A. Emmet, 8. J.,
of tho faculty of Georgetown Collcjre.
by Whom It was organized. The Medi
cal and Dental Sodality was organized
by and is under tho direction of Father
F. A. Torndorf, S. J., professor of physi
ology at the Georgetown Medical and
Dental Schools. The sodalities meet
once a month In Dahlgren Chapel to at
tend mass and receive holy communion,
and aro designed to secure spiritual as
well as temporal advancements for the
men who aro preparing to meet the pro
Electricity Is Reduced.
NEW YORK, May 1. Consumers of
electricity served by the New Tork
Edison Company, excepting these in the
old town of Ktngshrldgp. will have their
lighting cost reduced from 10 cents a
kilowatt to 8 cents. The company, how
ever, will be permitted to charge for
elpctrlc lamps. The new rate goes Into
M - H - H - H - H - H - M II II I 1 M H H
that makes us respect it most
way by obeying the impulse X
M - H I I I lllll I I I M.M M I I 11 l
VERMONT AVET CHRISTIAN
Vermont Avenue North of N Street
Rev. EARIiE WILFLEY, LU D., Paator.
Services at U a m. add 8 P. m.
-fiunday school, 9.30 a, m.
Christian Endeavor. 7 p. m.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN.
TH AND D STREET8 N. .
RBV. GEO. A. MILLER, PASTOR,
Preaching 11 a. m.. 7; n m.
Sunday School. 9:30 a. m.
Cor. 14th and L Sts.
Ulysses G. B. Pierce, D. D.,
1.. fitinrlav anhMAl. r-i. ..
Comparative Study of .iTVin. - ..,0,,.n,
Study Class " un,ly
11 a. in.. Morning Service; sermon by- the
There Is also kindergarten during the hour
of morning worship.
p m.. Liberal Religious Union.
Address by Mr. Herbert J. Browne, "An
CHURCH OFOUR FATHER.
Uth and L Sts. N. W.
Rev. John Van Schalck, Jr.. D. D.. Paator
Public Worship at 11 a. m.. with urmonb;
Rev. Edw. L. Houghton, of No.-well, Mas
oung People's Christian Union at 8 n. m .
with union of All Soul's Church.
Sunday school. 9:. F:ee Kindergarten.
GRACE ,1STH & N- W.-H. H. Ranok.
,, 7 Paator. Worship and exmon7
11 a. m and 8 p. m. Sunday school. 8;S0 a. m.
First Ohurch of Ghriit,
COLUMBIA ROAD AND EUCLID STRBBT.
6ervlces: Sunday. 11 a. m. and p. m.
Subject "Everlasting Punishment."
Sunday school. 11 a. m. Wednesday even
lug meeting. 8 p. m. Public cordially in
vited Reading room and loan library, (01
Second Church of Ohriat,
FIFTEENTH Ais'D R STS N. XT.
Service: Sunday, 11 a. m. and I n. m.
Subject "Everlasting Punishment."
Sunday school, 11 a m. Wednesday ev
Ing meeting. 8 pm.
Public cordially Invited. Reading room aa4
loan library. 6C1 Colorado Building.
CENTRAL l MON MISblON. Kl la, ave
N. W Religious services week daya.ar U
noon and 7.30 p in Sundays, 10 a. m, 3. GO
ami 7 10 p. m. Night and morning breal
lines. Oo!iel wagon servkes Sundays at 4 0
and 6 30 p. in Thn Cleveland evangelists.
Rev and Mrs. Earl Clark, will sing ant
speak at the 3 00 mid 7 30 meetings. Sunday,
May 2 Come and hear them
II M.I. MISSION. 6i3 Umlstana ave. N. W.
I nlon Uospel Services eveiy Sunday I
p in. for the promotion of Scriptural holiness)
and the conversion of sinners. Welcoma,
I'hnphe Hall l.uttrell pastor.
PYTHIAN TEMPLE. 1012 9th st Servkes at
11 a. m The Htlnual meeting will hj
held Prof New burgh's class at 10 a. m. -AH
- ' '
AhM.MIll 1 1. M.I llth st and Pa ave
B K Sunday school J 15 in. GosmI
1 preaching 7 45 p m , "God Eternal Pur
post tor Mao." All lavltsd.
AT SODALITY SERVICE