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Seeks to Promote Peace and
..4 Awaken "Boob" Gentiee,
(andssed frem P v ae)
wi er merge with anyone else is tee
tdllisus to discuss."
Other rumors promptly spiked at
ah Ford plant included the foUew
1-That beeause he has purchas
ed seal sad iron mines and a rail
read he isteads to go into other in
3--That he intends to reduce the
Wages of his workmen.
3--That some of his workmen
fte starvation and one of his chief
lieutemaats has announced they will
be allowed to starve.
4--That the sociological expert
meats have teased.
ALL CAL. n FAL/ed OOD.
0064 to them-ll fased.
Mee e the wild whmpeing eam
-RAe et faleheod acd wiwemss sei
e-e et the elses is Pted.
It should be explained that an in
terview with Mr. Ford is regarded as
a sert of annual festival out here.
Froms time to time statements are
grudgingly Issued from the Ford of
flee, but it is on rare occasions that
Mr. Ford speaks for publication, and
Wh.m he does he chooses his. own
topil. Not that it is to be understood
that personally he is a hard man to
approach. Kindly in action, cour
teous. and soft of speech. he is a de
He is an unusual business man in
every way. Unlike the heads of most
great organisations. he does not oc
-py an office chair aid view his
workers from afar. He spends his
time in and about his plants. His of
flee is wherever he happens to be at
any particular moment, and no one
can tell when he is going to appear
at any particular spot.
He i. intensely democratic, loves to
sit with one lg over the arm of a
chair, and is idolized by his men. He
unquestionably knows more about
what is going on in any given spot in
his three plants at any given moment
than anyone else in the works.
Not a detail escapes that smiling
eye and not a second does that light
ning brain halt. And so it in an in
terview. When he has said his say
on any particular subject, there just
"isn't any more."
"There are only twenty working
days a year on a farm," is one of his
favorite ways of shutting off a sub
Sect he considers sufficiently discuss.
ed. "Not twenty consecutive days."
he continued, the twinkling eyes
still smiling ironically at the inter
viewer, "but twenty days. We have
proved it on our farm."
ENDS HIS INTERVIEW.
He stretched his hand toward a
broad expanse of snow-covered land
lying between the tractor plant in
Dearborn and the city of Detroit.
"There are 6,500 acres of tilled
"But the Jewish articles--"
"There is a great future in the au
tomobile industry," he said. And he
went on to tell of how many more
cars will be on the road next spring
than there were last spring.
A grain elevator and a mill run in
connection With the big farm were
pointed out. Had be wished, he could
have pointed to every part of the
compass and said that there lay some
Ford endeavor serving a useful end.
He might have told of how he makes
gasoline out of straw from his farm,
or of the Immense blast works at the
River Rouge, where a smelting pro
cess is in use and a score of other
things. But he didn't. He talks only
of what be wills.
QRL AND TWO YOUTHS
ARREE FOR ROBBERY
NEW YORK. Feb. 12-A sixteen
year-old girl and two youths were
held in $10,000 ball each in Long
Island City court today on the charge
of holding up and robbing Joseph
.Eickla last night.
The prisoners gave the names of
f Beatrice Dorsey. Joseph Mascio and
John Perno. Zickla said the girl call
ed him up on the telephone, and made
a date to meet him on an isolated
When he arrived the girl was not
in sight, but the two men held him
up with revolvers, and then beat him
UNMITED STATES SHIPPIl
Offers For Sale
Ship Steel, H<
Sealed bids will be receim
States Shipping Board Emerg<
F street N. W., Washington,
March, 2, 1921, at which timr
Bids must be submitted
.Hog Island, on proposal foi
on request by the Emergenc
and Sales Division Offices, S
ton, D. C., 140 N. Broad str<
Broadway, New York City.
TERMS: Each bid nmm
God check in the amount of1
award is made an additional
payiment will be retained to
No charge will be ma<
weighing. Movement of the
later than 30 days after the
stipulate time in which all
'Ibe Board reweves the
Sealed bids should be a
the United States Shipping B
Indorsed, "SEALED BIDS Fp
HOG ISLAND. PA., and DO
D. vaipensu P. DmWuY.
An attgek of Inueasa last year was
direetly respeosible for the death ye
terday of Dr. Frederish P. Dewey,
ohbit chemist of the bureau of the
mint. Treasury Dpartmeat, and one
of the feouders of the WabfW
mestie. et the Ameri Ciea M al Se
elety. Death ecurred at his home,
SW 1 street seuthwest.
Deter Dewey had bees at his desk
until a few days aO, altho he
never had fully. recovered from il
use of a year ago. uoneral services
will be held at 10 o'olock Monday
morning and it is expeoted thet Dr.
Harvey W. Wiley. Dr. Charles U. Mum
roe and ether prominent Wamlagtem
chemists will be honosray pallbearers.
Dr. Dewey was sixty- ve years old.
Funeral servtees for Watiem Karr,
who died yesterday as a result of in
juries mstalned in an autemobile so
oldest, will be held at 11 o'clock Mon
day morning from his resldense. 23
Nichols avenue. AnaBostia, D. C. Is
terment will be in Arlington Come
Mr. Karr was a vetorap of the eivil
war. He enlisted in ompany 3,
Forty-eighth Ohio Infantry Volun
teers, at the age of seventeen. He
was severely wounded at the battle
of Shiloh. Upon his reeovery he was
assigned to General Sherman's head
quarters as chief bookkeeper. He is
survived by his wife, Mary W. Karr,
and one son, Fulton B. Karr.
MR. EALONE TmRaS.
Funeral services for Mrs. Salome
Thress, eighty-seven years old, who
died Thursday at the National Luth
eran Home. Langdon. were held this
morning at the home. Interment was
in Glenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Thress was a native of Cum
berland. Md.. and had been at the
home since 1902. She is survived by
a cousin. who lives in Philadelphia.
HARRY J. FLORY.
Harry J. Flory, clerk in the Treas
ury Department, and prominent in
Masonic circles, died yesterday at his
home. 1111 Allison street northwest,
after an extended illness.
Services will be held tomorrow at
ternoon at 2 o'clock from Wright's
Chapel. Interment will be private.
Mr. Flory was born in Lafayette.
Ind., August 16, 1377. He came to
Washington seven years ago. He was
a member of the Scottish Rite and
was a thirty-second degree Mason.
He also was affiliated with St. John's
Lodge and the St. John's Royal Arch
He is survived by his wife and
one daughter. Eleanore Dean Flory.
TIMOTHY J. UULLINANE.
Timothy J. Cullinane, a former
mounted policeman, died yesterday
afternoon at his home, 617 Park road
SAYS BRITISH AIM
ISSMALL U.S. NAVY
(Continued from First Page.)
construction. He asserted that the
British main fleet was twice as
strong as. the American and that
Japan would equal the American
strength within the next three or
The naval appropriation bill ran
through hostile waters in the House
yesterday, but at the end was still
Shot at from all sides, it almost
went down at times as members at
tempted to riddle some of the pro
visions of the $396.000,000 measure.
One section, on the point of going
out, was saved by Chairman Butler,
of the Naval Affairs Committee, who
went to the front and rescued it.
Advocates of economy and friends
of disarmament jumped to their feet
in all parts of the chamber to throw
out an amendment by Congressman
Hicks, Republican, New York, of the
Naval Committee, providing for $7,
500,000 for navy aircraft. In the end
they had their way, although Hicks
pleaded hard and earnestly for suf
ficient funds to build up the air
branch of the sea service. There was
no vote on the amendment. it being
ruled out on a point of order as new
Britten failed to upset an approp
riation of $343,000 for temporary gov
ernment in the Virgin Islands.
IC BOARD EMERGENCY
WASHINCTON, D. C.,
by Sealed Bids
00O Tons of Surplus
g Island, Pa.
ed in the office of the United
ncy Fleet Corporation, 1319
) C., on or before 11i A. M.,
e bids will be opened by the
n this material f. 0. b. cars,
ms which will be furnished
y Fleet Corporation, Supply
xth and B streets, Washing
et, Philadelphia, Pa., and 45
t be accompanied by a certi
0% ofthe bid. At the tim.
10% certified check must be
amount u to 20% of the
as loaded and Weighed imt
F cars, and the 20% IhitIal
apply on GAal shipuannts as
e for loading, switching or
material must be started not
award of contract, bidder to
material purchased will be
Ight to reject any or al hi&.
dressed to the Secretary of
ard, Washington, D. C., and
R SURPLUS SHIP STEEL,
iages, heaths I
18 1 ms k orthw M. /sinm high r tsi m ar
wlU be eslebrated tomorrow Msersag
at the Chareh ot the gaered
Intermeat will be to nowat OUves
Mr. Cullinae was ber Is Coasts
Kerry, Irland, forty-oe Years age.
Me came to Washingtoa at the
of eightees. Me retired from
pelNe foree about one year age after
serving for eighten years. Me is
survived by his wife and Ave ohM
Futilmilt serviees will be held
Moaday morning at the United States
soldiers' Memo Chapel for George
Gibney, veteras ef the Cuban and
Philippine eampalgaes. yhe died
Tuesday ia Soldiers' Home Hospital.
Interment will be is Arlingtoa Cen
The servicse will be under the d
reeton of the President's Ow'h Oar
rison. Army and (Navy Union, of
which Mr. Gibney Was a member.
Capt. C. O. Howard, commander of
the garrison. will have charge of the
Miss Cull TNs MUSTIS.
Word was received here today that
Miss Celestise Eustis. sister of the
late Senator James Eustis, of Louls
lana, died Thursday at the home of
her niece. Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock,
in Aiken. today, with Interment In
Miss Eustis was sixty-ive years old.
She lived In Washington dfring her
brother's term in the Senate and paid
frequent visits to the Capital efter
that. Her father was George N.
Eustis, chief justice of Louisiana.
SURGEANT JOHN WINTURUO'TTOE.
Sergeant John Winterbottom. for
thirty years in the United States
army, and a veteran of many cam
paigns, will be buried this after
noon in Arlington Cemetery with
full military honors. He died Wed
nesday in Walter Reed Hospital.
Sergeant Winterbottom was born
in Brentwood, Prince George's coun
ty, Md.. fifty-four years ago. During
his enlistments in the army he served
in the cavalry. infantry, artillery and
engineer corps. He took part in the
Cuban, Philippine and Boxer cam
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Mary E. Winterbottom, and three
children, James. Alma and John Win
McKEE-James William H. and Dorothy.
twins (boy and girl.)
TOOMBSu-Alford (. and Dorothy, girl.
l)ICKENS-Harvey and Lois. girl.
WHEATLEY-Ralph W. and Grace H..
ATWELIL-James and Maud. girl.
HMITH-James E. and Elisabeth, girl.
BIGGS-James H. and Helen M.,. Loy.
AID--George and Aruta. girl.
JOHNSON-Leonard and Mary F., girl,
WEHR-Luster L. and Verda .. girl.
BYRNES -Walter M. and Manie, girl.
CARRINGTON-John E. and Mary. boy.
PYLES-Frank J. and Mary, boy.
PAYNE-George and Nannie. boy.
TAGGART-HARDT-Wllliam L., 3. and
Mildred. 27, Corsicana, Tex. The Rev.
ARZOUMANIAN-SELUREDOE -- Harraou
tune A., 16, and Isabel M. Selfridge, la,
both of Philadelphia. The Rev. T. 1.
SETTLEMOIR-IMITH-Clite 1., 21, and
Eva M.. 32 both of Baltimore. The Rev.
C. P. sparling
PlNZRO-J2NKIN-Henry W.. 31, New
Orleans, La., and Rachel 1., 19. The
Rev. Ignatius Fealey.
POINTS-GRAVES-Hunter L., 42. and
Bertha W., 40, both of Richmond, Va.
The Rev. John E. Briggs.
WINTERBOTTOM-,John, 63. Walter Reed
CONRAD-Arabella. 0' yea., 3ea3 s. Dak.
MITER-Simon N., T3 yrs. 2704 Cathedral
DeCATURE-Mae, 17 yrs., Georgetown
DODSON-Madora, 42 yrs., Georgetown
MCATHT--James P., 6f yr.. 220 11th
THREES-alome, ST yra., National Loth
NORRIS-Robert C, 76 yrs. Walter Reed
ADAMS-Mary L. 1 yr., 9e6 5th at. nw.
STEELS-Infant of Marshall and Edna M.,
11 days, Georgetown Hoop.
WATSON-James. 21 yrs., Preedmen's
MONROE-Maud. 26 yrs., Wash. Asy. Hoop.
JOYC.-Jlia E., 66 yrs., Freedmen's
T HO A-Howard. 40 yei., Preedmen's
JEF RON-Thomas, 56 yrs., 306 5th st.
ULLINANE On Friday. February 11
1031, 1:40 p. m., TIMOTHY J., beloved
hueband of Mary A. Coullinane (nee
Pirawiey), age forty-one year.. Funeral
Monday. February 14, from late reat
dence, 617 Park road northweet, at 0:20
a. in.. thence to the uiacred Heart Church.
Feurteenth and Park road northwest,
where high requiem mane will be said
for the repose of his soul. Interment in
Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Relativee and
friend. invited to attend, 5
ODAY. Suddenly, on Katurday, February
12. 131, JOHN JOSFCPR O'DAT, beloved
basband of Rebecca ODay (nee O'Brien).
Funeral from the family residence, 1931
Thirty-fifth atreet northweet, Tueaday,
February 10. Requiem mnase at St.. Ann's
Church at 10 a. m.
Of every description-Moderate prtoem
1214 F 6" N. W.
acOSUnt and arra
.r inionthyp i
BY MISS M'SWINY
America Indshd to Real Facts
by MIsh Propasanda,
Says Maywrs Sister.
(rimmesmmad frm Pw Pase)
fought in 11u. To obtain that right
to freedom and si-determinatio
en behalf of whisk Ameries fought
No eltisen of this free country has
any idea of the horrors of life In
Ireland today. ince the Declaration
of Independence and the formal elee
tion of the Republican parliament.
whieb followed, the oppresion of the
Irish people by England-always
present even though apparently dor
mant at times-dally Increased; ono
by one their liberties were filched.
freedom of speech followed liberty of
the press; homes were invaded, jails
England at last realised that she
could no longer stifle the voice of
Freedom in Ireland! That voice was
crying aloud for the application of
the liberty that England demanded
for Belgium, and the world was be
ginning to lias and as. why not?
And so England let loose her terror
in Ireland determined to exterminate
where she could not subdue. She
hurried troops to the Irish front, she
enrolled her Black-and-Tans and she
ignored from the outset every law of
civilized warfare. Not an atrocity Of
which she accused Germany but sha
practiced herself in Ireland a hundred
And all these horrors and atroci
ties are practiced on the civilian
population. Old men, women and
little children are the victims of Eng
land's brutal rage because she can
not subdue this small nation or break
the spirit of its people.
How convey to this free people
ignorant of the terrors of modern
warfare-an idea of the atmosphere
in which the Irish people live? By
day the streets are filled with troops:
motor lorries, manned by fully armed
soldiers and Black 'and Tans, rush
through the streets, every soldier
carrying his rifle at the ready and
firing recklessly when the mood takes
him; tanks and armored cars, their
guns ready and trained on the inhabi
tants, are conspicuous everywhere.
Sometimes a single shot, sometimes
a fusillade, rings out. the people
in the streets take cover, and it is
indeed providential if only some plate
glass windows in the big business
houses are broken and not some wom
an or little child who is the victim.
These lorries dash along the streets.
their occupants more often drunk
than not. One day they throw down
a man and kill him; no redress. An
other they overturn a perambulator;
baby and nurse both thrown down;
they do not even stop to see if they
have killed the child.
They are utterly undisciplined.
Their business is to strike terror into
the Inhabitants, and they have been
promised entire immunity no matter
what their crimes.
Tomorrow in The Wash
ington Times Miss MacSwiney
will tell who and what the
Black and Tans are, and will
recount some of the atrocities
they have committed.
INTERCESSION TO BE
OBSERVED ON FRIDAY
A Day of Intercession is to be held
by the Daughters of the King of the
Dioceses of Washington in all the
Episcopal churches on Friday. Feb.
Services in the Nativity Chapel:
Holy Communion at 7 a. in.: Morn
ing prayer at 10:30 o'clock: Prayer
for missions at noon. Evening at
4 o'clock; individuals will be asked to
remain in church for half hour per
iods from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. so that
there will be one continuous session.
is a Prescription for Colds, Fever
and LaGrippe. It's the most
speedy remedy we know, pre
DIAMONS OLDSiE * PLATNU
an open charge
se sallR weekly
Internediate eeting to Bo
Conduoted by President of
ugth L. Fete, president of the
Disr teno will have charge et
the latermediate ChriIas Endeavor
meeting at the North Carolina Ave
nue M. P. Church temofrow ight.
Unusual activities were reported
for Christian Bndeavor Week. The
Metropolitan Presbyterian Church
durin,5 the week graduated teurteen
Christian Endeavor experts and er
ganised an alumni ceuncil ef forty
members. At the Intermediate Chrie
tian Endeavor Union rally held in
the North Carolina Avenue M. P.
Church, fifteen of the seeleties in the
union were represented. laat Friday
the Intermediates held a banquet at
the Calvary Baptist Church, 160 mom
bers being present. The following
societies were represented: Calvary
Baptist. Immanuel Baptist. Metropli
tan Baptist, Temple Baptist, North
Carolina I. P.. Wallace Memorial
Preyterian Metropolitan Presby
terian. Gunton Temple Presbyterian.
Vermont Avenue Christian, Ingram
Memorial and Kellar Memorial Luth
The Badeavor Society of the Yirst
Presbyterian Church will hold a busi
ness meeting at the church tomorrow
afternoon at 5:30 o'clock.
Classes in Bible study and evan
gelism are being conducted Monday
and Thursday nights at the Washing
ton School of Bible Study and Evan
gelism. 1834 H street northwest. un
E. Hes Swen "at*ae:;"*
own head' or some other one?" p. m.
Large chairs (men like them); fine musi.
11 a. m.. "Christian Work Is Assigned From
Heaven." Centennial Bapt. Ch.. 7th &
Eye n. e.
Vermont ave. North of N et.
REV. EARLE WILFLEY. LL D., Paster.
REV. MARL TAGGART. Asst. to Pastor.
DR. WILF.EY'N SUBJEC'TS:
11 a. m.-"THB DIVINE ILLUMINA.
e p. m.-"MAKERS AND BREAK
0:4 a. m.-Bible school. M. A. Gong
6:16 p. m.-"Young People's Tea."
7 p. m. --Christian Endeavor.
Thursday. s p. m.-Prayer meeting.
Park road. east of Geea ave. N. w
WALTER '. SMITH. Mitiate"
11 a. m.-"DIVINE PARTNERSHIP."
7:46 p. .-"FORKS OF 'HE ROAD."
30 a. m.-Bible school.
0:46 p. m.-C. E. Society.
Sixth and H stn. S. W.
REV. PRESTON A. CAVE. Minister.
11 a. m.-"THE CHURCH OF
30 p. m.-'WHAT'S IN A NAME?"
Good muic and a cordial welcome.
- Ninth and D sts. t0. I.
REV. GEORGE A. MILLER. Paster.
0:30 a. m.-Bible school.
11 a. m.-"PAUL'S I.TTER TO THE
6:46 p. m.-Young People's Society.
0:00 p. n.-"PAUL AT ATHENS-HIS
Churches of Christ. Scientist.
Branches of The Mother Church. The
First Church of Christ. Scientist. In
lbst Chereh .f CheleS. S0et.st
Columbia road and Ueelid et.
Screed (bureh ef Christ.. Scluim O
N. M. Masonic Temple. 8th and F N. E
Third Chureh of Christ. SelemsaS
Mesonic Temple. 13th and N. Y. ave.
Fo3swb al'sh of Christ. See0.tist
The Arcade. 14th and Park rd.
Bnday. 11 a. m. and 0 p. i.
SUN DAT SCROOIr-11 a. m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS
Colorado Bldg 14th and 0 ate. Hours.
S to S (Wed.. S to 7, and Sen. and
holidays. 2:30 to 5:30).
1906 Columbia Road N W. Heura. 16
to 0 (eseopt Wed. eve.. Sundays and
144 East Capitol St. Hours. 12 to 9
week days (oucopt hoidays); also
3:30 to 1:36 Sundays.
'Tbs Arcade. 14th and Park rd. (second
dloor), 10 to 5:20 week days; also T
to S p. in. (escept Wednesdays).
RET. G. L. ARTHAN
NOTED PLATFORMf TEST MEDIUM.
Meeting Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. in
ocity Hail. 5050G street northwest, cor
ner oqFifth street. He will demonstraste
life byond the grave, voicing spirit mea
Tuesday evenin at S o'cloek, special
meesage sance an questions anewered. a
TEE FIERT SPI3ITVALEST C)EUNN
Pythian Temnple, 1613 9th at. N. W..
ALFRED K. TERRY. Pastor.
auR m.- 'U SECRET OF SEER
Pollowed by spirit massages.
ITG Klbourue p1. NI. W.
MRS. JANE 3. COATS,
Lesturec and Massge Bearer.
Tuesday. I p. ma.-bevelpent elms
"HOW TO CONTROL SPIRITS."
Seats secured in advance or by phone.
Prtday Feb,. 18 "TH E EXPERIMENT
WIRE LESIN SPIRITS," Edisen and
Begins 6:16. Deere eleed 0:30. Came
early. All welcome.
Interviewa by appointmnent Only.
300 Homer bidg.. l8th. bet. P and (3 e.
Sunday, 8 p. m.-Sube,
"OOURT OF THE GENTI 8,".
fourth lecturo of course, "Through
SlomUon'S Temple to a Well
Rounded Life," by VIVA M. JAN.
Tuesdays, hO3 p. m.-Iasens in Truth.
thuredayst f p. m.-Ad vanced Truth
Class. 3 p. in-Study ot international
Sudyschool leses. with individual in
terpreatten, and healing meeting.
BEADENG ROOM AND LIBR A RY open
II a. to I p, a. every we day7.
maiyJ s eli sad
oresed la eu msio m a rou
he FrtedeS al ram
sight qthe i.. Wallme 3anSS
New Terk Aveess PMet
"Weald Tee Sather Nmo Tow Own
lead r.Uin Other Oe?" win be the
bjeet e the sermea tesersew sight
by the Rev. I. 35e wOm. pastor of
Ceostal aptis rurch. Ruby
Ptter. soloist, Will siag at
both mer lag and night serviess.
Former attendanta of St. David's
.rei St. Patrick's ehapels are invited
to attend serviaes temoo ew sight at
the Shull rmW...'s faster, en
Elliot plas. eppette the Reservoir
leheeL uady asl survise it
Lils was e.amamd. will be eoadmsted
it the r idease of J. J. Tapp, 6031
Conduit road, and at the beme of C.
D. LeagetreOt, 4682 Conduit road.
Chaplain Francis M. McCoy of the
United States army. will speak tomor
row morning at the lowa Circle M. E.
Church on "The Gift of Work and
Reet." At the evening service a two
reel motion picture. "David and Saul."
will be shown.
Baptismal services will be held at
the evening service of the Petworth
aptilst Chureb, Seventh and Ran.
selph streets northeast. tomorrow
Osatiamiag tIle series of Sunday
might sermens "In the Feotsteps of
Paul," the Rev. George A. Hiller. of
the Ninth Street Christian Church, will
preach Sunday night on "Paul at
Athens; His Praching." There will
be baptism at the close of the even
Ing service. Sunday morning at 10
o'clock Congressman Robsion of Ken
Tenth and 0 sta. N. W.
REV. JASON NOBLE PIERCE.
RaV. WILMER P. JOHNSTON.
Sunday schoel at 0:30 a. us.
16 a. m.-Dr. Merrill E. Gates lectures
on "THE SUPREME COURT AND JOHN
11 a. m.-Rev. Jason Noble Pierce
preaches on "UNDERSTANDING THE
BOOK OF REVELATION. THE LEANT
UNDERSTOOD AND MOST M1SUNDIR
STOOD BOOK OF THE BIBLE."
3:30 p. m.-Richard L. Swain, Ph. D..
begins an unusual preaching mission is
First Congregational Church. Read the
unusual article about his message by
Lyman Abbott. on page 337. of this
week's Outlook. Every lecture will be
followed b questions from the audience.
and Dr. Abbott says: "He answers fair
ly and frankly; he is never evasive and
never timid or hesitating." Each lecture
will be given twice daily. Non-eetarian.
You are invited.
Sunday at 3:30 and I p. m.-"THE
Monda , 4:46 and 5:15 p. i.-"HOW
SCIENCE SAVES RELIGION: or, MOD
ERN KNOWLEDGE AND RELIGION."
Tuesday. 4:46 and 1:16 p. m.-"DOES
MAN HAVE A SOUL AND WHAT 10
HIS PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE?"
Wednesday. 4:46 and 5:16 p. m.
"DOES GOD HAVE A BODY, AND
.COULD HE BRCOM A MANT"
~Thursday. 4:45 and 1:15 p. mi.-"L06
IWG THE EiBL TO FIND IT."
Come with your questions. Espet
great memage.. Do not miss the tan
usual opportunity here presented. Plan
year coming so as not to conflict with
serviees in your own charob. This
preaching mission is oo-operative. not
comnpetitivye in spirit.
As Washington represeatatve of the
Moody Bible Iastitute Chiporthage Asso
ciation, of Chicago, and other publishing
houses, in the sale of Christian books
and Bibles, especially the Seofleld Ref
erence Bible. I cordially invite you to
call at my bookroom. 1444 H street
northwest. I am in positien to save you
not only the transportation expense. but
ales a material percentage frem the sale
price. Telephone Franklin 3401. W. H.
H. SHELLEY. director.
HAVE YOU RAD
3E1Y FOBPS B001 ON
IF 80. HAVE YOU TAKEN SIDES?
Is this school the subject is
treated from the Scriptural stand
Rev. A. R. Kuldell will lecture on
Jewish problems and their solutions
every Tuesday evening at 8 p. in.
Jews and Gentiles cordially vltid.
Monday. T:1e-Personal Evngei.
lsesday S:60-Lecture. ".1.Wb Problema."
Wedneiay, T:30--Bible Synthesis.
Wednesday, 3 :30-Dspensational Studies.
Irday, 7 :35-Chepter Study.
OF THE BIBLE,
11T5 SF" St. N. W.
DNT Y3aATIONAE, 2nLE STUDEle'E9
Pythian Temple 1013 Ninth mt. N. W.
16:16 a. m.-Leture by W. I. Pollee,
of Leutsvllle, Ky.
3 p. r.--Lecture byMr. Peette, on the
subjeet, "WORLD PARADIAU TO BE
ETABLZSHED SOON; MILLIONS NOW
LIVING WILL NEVUR DiE."
Bible studies at S and T1:10 p. us.
Seats free. All weloome.
Adrees, ".13W AND JEW BAIN ," by
Mr. Charles W. Pea1ew. Open-oram die
Lobby serviee, SUnday, 4:30 p. us.
Speaker1 . MRE
Wallae Msn,.oi U. FCidrh.
AIWay. a helpful servies.
13 P at.. third fieer.
NRA . ELAINE RISING.
4:30 W in,---V servic Speakee.
shrae. an. -m.fln. og-eaai
46b et. i. WM 13Nat ee PmIe
dleunsday school and Dihi 5353
ING, T:45 P. 3.
Otraw 13th and L ste. W. W.
unday school at 6:45 a. us.
Morning worshi t 1I a. in., preaching
by Rev. ~rher ~.rees.
. P . i s m u k e
Nshy rit teab a - in5's
dw i. wmain er will
and at i e ase et
preah s "Pasi' Leter Ie the oat
"Spiritual Aaathete will be the
ub t oe ederees et he Churcb
if 1.o aed leg. 18 N sreet erth
thews e$JM *speh s. 'The
PoWe wt the we."
I. N. Degreet . . et theaerstate
comueree will deliver
a 54dteM-a the railroad mes's
leeilg tsldev afterseen at the
ermlual RaIlraed T. M. C. A., Uales
Btaties. . .
ST. JmiNs ~I~COFAL
HlAS LENTEN 3VilCES
Costilaig the .ervies to P0 te
the spirit qf Ohri.slaa sit. plsased
rer every week day at 4:4$ eIeek
Kseept Saturday, ta Lhst, at $. 59ha's
iseepal wsh, Caes Does, tha
reting rester, has arranged for three
of the addreuses to be made next
week by Case McComb, of Balt
Imere, who will speak en Meaday.
ruesday and Wedaeeday. On Thurs
day the address will be made by Rev.
William T. Snyder. reeter ef the
Church of the Incarnation, this city.
sad on Friday by Bishop W. A. Ieon
ard, of Ohio. later these services
will be addressed by Bishop McDowell.
of the Methodist church. and by
lergymes gad Wmien of the various
Protestant denomsinations In the city.
Canon Douglas held the Bret of the
'quiet halt hours" $or mea and
women at the churth yesterday.
These services will be held from 12
to 12:30 noon every Friday during
ent, except Good Friday. one of
these additional services during the
Lenten season will repisee the regular
Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m.
coln oad ~r.U. I. Ave.. lnoehla
read ad U St. N. I.
Comm t Chr; Hearty Welome.
R ev. C. C. ltr~H. A.. D. D.. Mi ter.
11 a. s..--"boa C~fNlMSTW tTT
PROLONG TIS LIFE R
I D. m.--"P11 WORST AND NEST
THINGS IN WASHINGTON'
RCe He P. Fox
Will Preach eN
"THE INSIDE OF
At S O'Cleek
Hamlian. Methocit Cbiebe
0th and 0 at. N.W.
Vhureh of The Eyphpaay-O. near 11th St.
REV. JAMES E. FREEMAN. D. D., Rector.
REC. PERCY FOSTER HALL,
RPV. ROW!. E. BROWNINO.
Service.-4 ad 11 . M. an 4 and a p. m.
D. FREEMAN Preshes Morning Sad
DAILY AT NOON. 12-136,5 RUT. DE.
MILO H. GATES. of New York.
DA LY at 4:46 P. M. (Wed.) Organ
=1 AIYI T-142 and A NM. S. .
5.rviee, 1:30. 1e, 11 a a and $8.
Oarmation Claues Monday. 3:3 Oand
ervior Wednsmay T. 4. 1:44: Thurs.,
The Rerreette. 4 . m.; Taes., T a.
Si. aymen's 1944
za~me 's hW Vader Asia
With the Co-.
B. F. KEITH
Feb. 14 Addw onH
Wmeeday, Conducted hi
Feb. 16 Speakez-5ea
'hlsrdmy, Condested be
Feb. 17 spa.-Sam
Feb. 18 3pesheu-Beu
521 13th St. N. W.
93S Pa..a. Ave N W.
set Ngh at ;
reet els'Mauten t.
5y tel, 3. d. Pareer et 3. T.
Carp. Ne. 5-717
eSt. Riuht. as 5 .a
WE Be HeM at Meen Hew Sen
Exept Saturday in Kith's
'Leate esviees for laymes will be
beld every day siet week essest M$
.rday at 5. F. Keith's Theater, fros
1S:31 to 1 p. m.
On Monday. the opening proaer witU
be made by the Rev. Charles Weed.
pase of the Chureb at the Cove.
aft, followed by a short introduste'y
talk by Blbep ardlag, of the Eple
Diocese of Woskble . The
rees will be made by . .Imiea
drieL. District Commsesioer.
lervices Tuesday will be condueted
by the Rev. G. 1. Humphreys, prel
deal ef the Mlnisters' AsseatIes of
the District. The address will be de.
livered by the Rev. Dr. Jasee . Tree
Chaplain McCoy. U. B. A.. will have
charge of Wednesday's servie.. Se
rotary Daniels of the Navy Depart.
meat will be the speaker.
On Thursday. Senator Thomas
Iterling will make the prineipal ad
dress at the service. which will be
under the dlrectlo.of the Rev. John
Friday's service will be conducted
by C. R. Stetson. and the speaker will
be John Temple Graves.
Du Pont Plant Burns.
WILMINGTON, Del.. Feb. U.--iV'
wrecked one of the plants of the Du
Pont Motors Company hero today,
causing $40.000 loss.
(0111 OF TU VOYWAT,
Ce-mmstle Ave. and U it.
REV. CeAR.ES WOOD, D. D.. MINUTUL
SW. HOWARD D. TALBOTT. AIrANT.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 19319
9:30-Bible Class of Mrs. John Nelson
Mills for young women, single or
9:36--Junior Department, children between
9 and 13 yeare.
9:4-Primary Department, children ader
9: -rver 'rt Bible Clan.. Miss Mable
N. urston. teacner.
9:43-Mr. Cultertson's class for men and
10:00-Justice Peelle's Bible Clam for men
10:00-All-Comers' Bible Cla.s for mel
11:00-Morning service. Sermon by Dr.
3:00-PRELIMINARY PIANO -_L 3AM
THE FRENCH PIANIST.
3:30-FIFTY-THIRD SPECIAL MUSICAL
SOLO DOUBLE QUARTET.
GEORGE HAROLD MILLER,
SYDNB LLOYD WRIGUTUON.
Director of Music.
HARVEY MURRALY Ogabt.
Sermon by Dr. Wsed. Subject.
"VISIBLE .HRI5TIAYTT. c
0:16-Christian Endeavor supper.
6:46--Chritila Endeavor vesper servie..
S:55-Uvening service. Sermon by Dr.
Wood. Subject. "THE MESSAGE
OF THE STARS." Music by the
Evening Choir of 165 voices. Syd
ney Lloyd Wrightson, director of
manic. Harvey Murrby* organist.
Claude Rebeson, Pianist.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1931:
3:90-Midweek prayer serviee. All wel
Une Lenten service at Eib's
Theater every day, except Saturday
and Sunday, from 12:30 to 1 ocleck.
ORACD-me and O ie. B.W.
HENRY IL RANC . D. Paem.
11-THUE OPEN HAND.
$-"LINCOLN. LEADER OF MEN."
0:40-S1. . 7 p. m.-C. B.
V Ientn Stvutte
Bees of the
stied of the
ATION OF CHURCHES
Charles Wood, Church of the
i. E. L. Stock, Pres. L. S. A.
. J7. T.. Hendrick, District
Rev. G. L. Humphreys. Pres.
,Dr. Ja.. E. Freeman.
aplain McCoy, U. S. A.
Josephus Daniels, See. Navy.
-Rev. John T. Huddle.
itor Thos. Sterting.
l ohn Temnple Graves.
Cerge We. 3 (Osesei)
7th andP treets W. Wo
et. Night, at a P. M.
su..e S * I, U.
4 ommendent Rebert e . e
Eye Street'S. 3.
Se. atleA e P. U.