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That sajcial aanrlea aa a dwoatJaatlaaal
actlrlty will receive' tacrwsied attaaUon
from BapUsta af tab city la Inferred
from the aaBOttaoemsnt Just mad of the
coaling of JUT. Dr. Samuel Zane Batten
to eddreas the aanual convention of the
Columbia Baptist Association. The con
ventlon meets this year la the new edi
fice of Metropolitan Church during the
week beginning Sunday, November IT.
On the morning of Wednesday the. 30th
Dr. Batten will speak on "The Unfinished-Task
of the BapUsta." when he will
plead for the church not only to lead In
the social talth of the world, but to In
spire men in the work of sodal salva
tion. He will also address the session of
the young people the following Thursday
evening on a similar theme.
Dr. Batten has been recently appointed
the social service and brotherhood secre
tary of the American Baptist Publics.
tlon Society by the denomination In the
North, which in so doing haa followed
the lead of the Presbyterian. Methodist.
Unitarian. Episcopal, and Congregational
denominations, all of whom have social
Dr. Batten haa well won this honor
from his church' by his vigorous sell In
drawing Christian attention to the social
meaning of the Gospel In the present
critical age. First as a pastor, then ss a
college professor In Lincoln. Nebr.. and
Des Moines, Iowa. Dr. Batten has spoken
and written with convincing Intensity on
current social problems. He hss served
also as the volunteer secretary of the
denomination's social service commission.
This commission, however, and the broth'
erhood council of 'the denomination both
solicited the Northern Baptist Conven
tion to elevate this secretaryship to the
level of the executive positions of the
benevolent boards. The convention ac
ceded and directed the Baptist Public'
tlon Society to create a new department
with such a secretary In charge. The
choice of Dr. Batten for the office natu
rally followed. Besides giving his time
to the general promotion of social serv
ice. Dr. Batten will serve as the national
secretary of the Baptist brotherhood.
One of Dr. Batten's recent books is,
"The Social Task of Christianity." In It
he seeks to face the crisis of the
churches with that of the age. In order
to summon their common Christianity
to Its social task as "to the new cru
sade." In a very Incisive and construc
tive way he bears this task home to the
heart and conscience of the church as
the supreme test of Us loyalty to Its
great commission and to Its present op
portunity. The first social service committee of
the Columbia Association was appointed
In 1910 and made Its report in Novem
ber, 1911. In a full and comprehensive
survey of the actual work being done It
was shown that much social service ef
fort was being made by the denomina
tion but under no well-organized scheme.
The present committee Is composed of
Rev. HInson V. Howlett. Rev. J. M.
Lone. and Messrs. H. L. Curtis, C. Clin
ton James, and Charles V. Imlay. This
committee Is arranging for a social
service exhibit for the association, and
In Its report will suggest a mode by
which the various lines of social service
activity In the denomination may bei
"Pertinent Questions for the Modern
Mind." is the title of a series of evening
sermons to be begun to-morrow at
Temple Church, by Dr J. J. Mulr. The
special topic for the first sermon to
morrow evening is. "Whence Are We?"
Some other topics to follow are: "Whither
Going?" "What's Beyond?" and "What's
Worth While?" In the morning the
church will celebrate the twenty-third
anniversary of Dr. Muir's pastorate. His
theme for the morning v. ill be, "The
Mtstae- if Chr'stlamtv."
Rev. E. Hez Swem will preach at Cen
tennial to-mc-ruw. rveninn on. "Another
Strange Story from the South." a sequel
to his theme or two weeks a;j on, "A
Strange Story from the South." In the
morning his subject will be Ex'.olUr.
Fifth Church is considering making
alterations and additions to its building
to cost about J1S.0C0. The contemplated
additions will contain Sunday school
class rooms and a gymnasium. Pastor
Briggs will preach to-morrow evening on
The Greatest and Best Thing In the
Last night Rev. B. D. Gaw closed
two weeks' series of special evangelistic
sen-ices at Grace Church during which
over eighty professions of faith were
made. Pastor Oaw will preach In his
own pulpit at West Washington to-morrow
morning and evening. There will
be a number of baptisms at the close
of the evening service.
To-morrow is "Bethany Day" at
Bethany Church the eighth anniversary
of the church organization. There will
be special services morning and evening.
On Monday Rev. Peter Ainalee. dis
tinguished both as a preacher and as a
writer, will begin there a series of evan
gelistic meetings. Rev. Mr. AInslee is
known as a very effective evangelist.
The report of the Universalis! commis
sion on social service has been made by
Rev. Frank Oliver Hall. D. D-. of New
York, chairman. Among the signers are
Rev. John Van Schalck. Jr.. pastor of
the Church of Our Father. Thirteenth
ana l. aireeis. mis ciiy. ur. xiaii says.
"Social service Is a phrase to conjure
with at the present time. Just what does
It mean? Does it not indicate the same
old business in which the church has
been engaged tor centuries that of. help
ing a brother in distress and lending a
hand to a neighbor carrying his bfarden?
It certainly does Indicate all that.' but It
means something more. It means help
ing a brother In distress and then at
tending to the fact that therf are a
good many others In similar exses, and
then raising the questions. "Whyr and
'What Is the Causer and 'Howl can the
cause be removed?" I
"Social service means, for instance,
getting little Emma a pair of shoes to
.keep her feet from freezing iiythe win
ter's snow. It means also an inquiry aa
to why little Emma and little Johnnie
and Mary and Peter are without shoes.
Why Is it that there are 100.000 children
In your community Inadequately fed and
clothed and housed? Can anything be
done about it? If so, what Having de
cided what to do, to set about doing it
together means social service (as distin
guished from individual service.
When I was a boy a comrade died of
tuberculosis consumption, we called It
While he was HI his companions sent him
delicacies to tempt his appetite, visited
him. cheered him. and when he- died fol
lowed his casket to the cemetery. Such
conduct was inspired and commended by
the church which we attended) -But It
never crossed our minds or thelrnlnd of
any one else In the church to Inquire how
this youth contracted the "disease! or how
such cases, could be avoided In (the fu
ture. If the minister had delivered lec
tures on the white plague, invelvlssr a
discussion of living conditions In) the vil
lage and the proper ventilation -of work
shops, he would have .been politely told
to mind hla own business, wluch meant
saving souls from hell. Social service
meana that oao should not oaly send a -
at Jettr la a wraaa dyiaa of caa
suiaaWsa. Wt'aaaH HasTWata. vole
fcaaa. la Um Hmtaation of consumption
froai the cosuniutKy, um mate, tne aa
Uoa." Two weeks, of "special evangelistic aerv
! will ha held at Hamllne Metho
dist Episcopal Church, Ninth and' F
Streets .Northwest, commencing to-morrow
evening at 8 o'clock. Services will
be held every night except Saturday.
TIM meetings will be conducted by the
pastor. Rev. Joseph M. H. Gray, as
sisted by Rev. J. W. R. SumwaU. D. D..
district superintendent, and Rev. C U
Mead, D. D., of the First Methodist
Church of Baltimore. The subject of the
sermon by the pastor- to-morrow night
will be "The Departing Christ." ,
The following Is the schedule of those
who will Breach during the first week:
Monday Rev. J. S. Montgomery. D. D.,
of the Metropolian Methodist Episcopal
Tuesday Rev. Dr. Montgomery.
Wednesday Rev. J. C. Nicholson. D.
D., of the Dumbarton Avenue Methodist
Thursday Rev. DK Gray.
Friday Rev. Dr. Gray.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be administered at the morning serv
Ice to-morrow. A short address will be
delivered by the pastor.
Rev. Robert M. Moore. D. D.. formerly
pastor of Foundry Methodist Episcopal
Church, and now pastor of St. John's
Methodist Episcopal Church, -Brooklyn,
N. Y.. will deliver a lecture on "The
Awakening of Billy" In Foundry Church
on Friday evening, November 8. at
o clock. -
This will be the first time Dr. Moore
has lectured In Washington since he
went to Brooklyn, in the spring of 1910.
8peclal services will be held in Foundry
Methodist Episcopal Church each even
ing, beglnlng Sunday. November 10. To
morrow evening Dr. Wedderspoon will
preach on the subject "The Apologies
or tne snirks."
The services at Epworth M. E. Church
South, corner of Seventh and A Streets
Northeast, will be conducted to-morrow
by the pastor. Rev. It. A. Fultz. The
theme for his morning sermon, beginning
at 11 oclock. will be "They Shall See His
Face," and the topic to be discussed at
the evening service, commencing at 7:30
o'clock, Ib "The Law of the Spirit of
The Epworth League nrcets In .the
lower room of the church at 6:30 o'clock.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be administered at both the morning
and evening church services to-morrow.
Dr. Montgomery Is announced to
speak at the Metropolitan Memorial
Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock on the subject. "The Supremacy
of a Great Determination." and In the
evening at 8 o'clock on "The Socialism
Miss Wlnnlfred Spauldlng. of the Har
ris Memorial Training Schools. Manila.
P. I., will speak at the Petworth M. E.
Church at 7:30 to-morrow evening.
For several years It has been the cus
tom of Rev. George A. Miller, pastor of
the Ninth Street Christian Church. Ninth
and D Streets Northeast, to preach a
series of Sunday night sermons during
the winter months. On next Sunday
night he win begin a series on "The
Divine Library." This will consist of a
series of sermons on the books of the
Bible. He will give one sermon on each
book, bringing out (he purpose and scope
of the book. These sermons. It Is said,
will have enough of the everyday appli
cation to make them popular. The ser
mon this coming Sunday night will be
upon "Genesis, the Book of Beginnings."
On Sunday evening at 7:30 p. in. a re
treat for the women of St. Patrick's
parish will be opened by the Rev. Joseph
P. Turner, C. SS. R. Mass will be cele
brated each morning at 6. 7. S:0u. and 9
o'clock. At :30 a. m and 8:30 a. m. each
day a short Instruction will be given
The evening exercises will consist of a
sermon, recitation of the rosary, and
benediction of the blessed sacrament.
The Rev. James A. Smythe will be
celebrant of high mass next Sunday at
11 o'clock. Father Turner will preach.
Both choirs will assist at this mass and
will render a special musical programme.
Special services were held esterday
In commemoration of All Soul's Day
both In the church and the cemetery at
tached to the Franciscan Monaster)" at
Brookland. A solemn requiem mass wasiern, Rev. George Robinson. D. D.: West-
uns ai "" "" iraroraiairi) j
mereauer a precraaion ws lorroea loi,nn. n-i,i.Fi H.icht. Rev T f
go to the cemetery In the monastery
At the Roman Catholic consistory, to
be held early in November, It Is reported
that seven new cardinals will be created.
and the one held at present In what Is
called "In petto" proclaimed. A year ago i
Pope Pius X created the very unusual '
number of seventeen at one consistory.
Including the two American ones. But
six have died within the year, leaving
Free th CootTtgauonalnU
Ask a group of men what
Christianity Is, and you will get
a variety of answers. One will
say that It is the acceptance of
Jesus Christ as Lord and Master
of life and the doing of his win.
Another will call it a gospel of
the Fatherhood of God and the
brotherhood of man. Another
will tell you that It Is the mes
sage of the free forgiveness of
sins. Another, that It Is the
power of God given to man to
transform him. Another, that It
Is the spirit of Christ ruling one's
life, th etrylng to be what He
was and do as He did. AU of
these answers would be right.
Christianity Is each of these
Christianity, however, la some
thing more, and something which
Just now needs unusual empha
sis. It' Is an attitude toward life.
It is not only a rule of conduct,
but a general outlook upon the
universe. There is to-day a
world-view of life's meaning and
a Christ view, and there Is a
great gulf between them. He la
a Chrlatlan who holds Christ's
views against the world's. "Let
..these people look upon life as'
they may," said'Paul; "we Chris
tians have the' mind of Christ.
which meana that Christians look
at everything; through Christ's
eyes, put Bis measure upon all
'value, interpret all circumstan
ces from Hla point" of view.'
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the present aumWr afty-nlaa. at. whom
thirty-four are Italians and twenty-five
ox au oiner nationairaos. Tne ireaiuonai
number la the acred College la wrrentxe
after til number of the disciples whom
Chrtat la recorded to have had at a par
ticular time, but the college' la never
filled completely, and la at tunes deplet
ed" to forty-five. '
Papa Plus X Is' less .'anxious than were
some of his predecessors about the Ital
ian majority In the college. At present
that majority ta nine." but a year ago,
at 'the time Cardinals Farley and O'Con
nell were proclaimed. It was-only seven.
The Pope Is said to hold that tradition
can. be relied upon to continue the papal
line to Italian prelates, and also to feel
that the New World, to which he looks
with hope for Catholic progress such
as' Europe cannot offer. Is entitled to
honor above small Italian Jurisdictions.
In this feeling he Is said to have the
sympathy of the. Curia, or local govern
Prelates mentioned In Rome at this
time, a month before the date of the
consistory, include the Most Rev. Dr.
Paul Bruchesl. Archbishop of Montreal;
Right Rev. Dr. Thomas F. Kennedy,
head' of the American College in Rome,
and Mgr. Paul Peter Terzlan, the Ar
menian patriarch. Mgr. Tontl. former
nuncio at Lisbon, whose name has been
withheld as already mentioned, will be
proclaimed. At least two Italians, one or
them the present assessor of the holy
office, will be named. The number of
Italians will then be thirty-six. or per
haps thirty-seven, according to the de
mands of the Curia for men to assist In
Its work, and twenty-eight to thirty not
Italians, according as the Pope's desire
to honor growing parts of the Catholic
church Is gratified. , He Is understood to
be particularly desirous of honoring the
Armenians, and in part to encourage
the Eastern Inroads Into the Greek world.
If further American cardinals are
named, and there are reports that two
more may be. the prelate most certain
to be honored Is Archbishop Qulgley. of
Chicago. There la no mention of Arch
bishop Ireland, but thla Is not due to
any lack of sympathy with him and his
work felt by the Pope. It Is wholly a
matter of numberx. Great as has been
Catholic progress In the Northwest, the
Catholics there number barely one-fourth
as many as In the Diocese of Chicago,
and far fewer than In the great Jurisdic
tion of Philadelphia. New Orleans, and
St. Louis. Archbishop Prendergast. of
Philadelphia, has but Just been Instituted
and his name Is not heard In the rumors.
But the names of Archblahopa Glennon
and Blerk are heard along with that of
It seems sure that If the present Pope's
life be spared and his Intentions do not
change America will soon have at least
tno more cardinals. The reason Is the
wonderful progress the Catholic church
has made In recent years In Ameilca
and Is hoping to make within the next
few. The Vatican Is much Impressed
and encouraged from America
Churches of the Presbytery of Wash
ington have arranged as "an expression
of fraternity and a quicker stimulus of
Christian zeal." the the first Sabbath
of November shall be a day of Presby
terlal visitation. They have provided for
a general exchange of pulpits and In
each church there is to be read an epis
copal greeting and message. This docu
ment which contains 700 words, calls
upon the people to restore and Invigorate
certain vital Ideas and habits of church
life and cover such topics as public wor
ship, pastoral oversight family worship,
personal study of the Bible, and church
fraternity with special attention to the
function and opportunity of dlaconate.
The follow Ins schedule of churches and
ministers to exchange pulpits for to
morrow has been recommended by the
Presbytery .and these assignments. It Is
understood, will be rffecttvely carried
out: Arlington, Rev. T. E. Davis; Ball
ston. Rev. A. W. Spooner. D. D.: Chevy
Chase. Rev. Joseph T Kelly, D. D.; Clif
ton. Rev. James M. Nourse; Darnestown
and Boyds. Rev. W. H. Dexter. Ph. D.;
Falls Church. Rev II. E. Brundage. D.
D.; Hermon. Rev. s. A. Bower; Hyatts
vllle. Rev. B. B. Braskamp; Kenllworth.
Rev. J. W. Wlghtman. D. D.; Leulns
vllle. Rev. W. H. Edwards; Manassas.
Rev. C. E. Granger; Neelsvillt, Rev.
James T Marshall. D. D.: New York
Avenue. Rev. Paul R. Ilickok: Rlverdale.
Rev. W. H. Bates. D D : Takoma Park.
Rev. D. C. MacLeod. D. V : Vienna, Rev.
T B. Thompson; Warner Memorial, Rev.
George O. Little. D. D.; Covenant. Rev.
II. R. Johnson. Eastern. Rev. George M.
Summlngs: Ecklngton. Rev. o. a. Gll
Ungham; Fifteenth Street. Rev. C. B.
Thompson: First, Rev. J. H. Dunham;
Fourth, Rev. E. N. Klrby; Falrmount
Heights. Rev. F. J. Grlmke. D. D.; Gar
den Memorial. Rev. H. B. Angus; Gurley
Memorial. Rev. J. K Argo; Metropoll
tan. Rev. Wallace Radcllffe. D. D.; North-
mlnstor. Rev. T D. Richards. D. D.
Sherwood. Rev. R. A. Davison. D. D.:
Sixth. Rev. Henry Rumer. D. D.: West
mnter Memorial. Rev Robert Robin
Clark. D. D ; West Street. Rev. Charles
Wood. D. D.; Peck Chapel. Rev. D. A.
Reed; Bethany Chapel. Rev. D. W
Skellenger. D. D.; Gunton-Temple Memo
rial, Rev. George S. Duncan. Ph. D.
Eastern Presbyterian Church, which
has been without a pastor since the
early part of the year, ha Issued a for
msl call to the Rev. Alfred E. Barrows,
pastor of the Wycoff Heights Presbyte
rian Church, of Brooklyn. N. .. and Mr.
Barrows has accepted. The committee's
recommendation was ratified at a con
gregatlonal meeting two weeks ago and
on Thursday night the session com
pleted the formalities of signing the
call. It is understood that Mr. Bar
rows will assume the duties of the pas
torate here about December 1.
With the assurance of the removal of
the balance of Eastern's building debt
through the effective work of the Pres
bytery's committee, in behalf of all the
churches of the city having any build
ing debt, under Dr. Charles Wood's
leadership, the outlook for the Incoming
minister and his service in this church
Is most encouraging. Rev. Mr. Bar.
rows Is said to be a capable and clear
headed preacher and a tactful and ener
getlc organizer. His success as a leader
In the work of the young people has
been especially commended by Dr. John
Carson and others In Brooklyn, who have
known him. There Is promise of such
a progressive Increase In the salary at
Eastern with the removal of the debt
that the question of an adequate compen
sation is hot likely to enter into the
term of service of the new pastor. The
officers and leaders In the church ex
press gratification In finding so promptly
a minister who seems so well fitted for
Rev. Mr. Barrows Is a graduate of
Presbyterian College at Hastings. Neb.
and of Union Theological Seminary. New
Tork. He has been pastor at Homer.
TIL. and at Brooklyn For three years
he was dean of the Boy's Protestant
College at Beirut. Syria. He Is married.
Mrs. Isaac Pearson, president of the
Washington Waldenslan Society, will
speak of her recent tour in Italy before
the Woman's Mlsaionsry Society of the
First United Presbyterian Church next
Wednesday at, I JO p. m.
Cn Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.. there win
be a conference on "Evangelism and
Systematic- Beneficence" In the Central
Presbyterian Church, at Third ' and I
Streets .Northwest, This coaferenca win
Include representatives from ' ail the
chureaas la -tka presbytery aad u 4
Igned to setatulste latere1 la the svaa-
genstie want.wt ins cnisrcn. ana assv
s rouse a atora decided Interest la the
various aeaeAcent causes) of the church.
The effort M betas; made to enlist every
church member In some active part In
church work and to secure from each
member a regular systematic contribu
tion to the causes of church beneficence.
To thla end, 'the Every Member Canvass
baa been planned, and It la expected that
In every church In the presbytery thla
plan will be adopted. The leader of the
conference will be Dr. C. O. VardelL of
Bed Springs, N. C. who will have charge
of the entire programme.. He will be ac
companied by 'assistants, who will aid
him In planning this work.
November 1. 1902. Dr. C. Ernest Smith
entered' the rectorship of St. Thomas'
Church, near Dupont Circle, which at
that time had 321 communicants on Its
books and owed 872.500. During theae
ten yearr, the communicants have nearly
trebled In number and the debt has be-.n
all paid oft with the exception of about
COOO. This, however. Is In addition to
other material Improvements. A 812,000
organ has been Installed and about the
same amount spent In other ways In
Improving the church property. Alto
gether there has been offered by the
congregation for church work, local ami
general In character, over a quarter of a
million dollars. This Is a creditable
ten-year record for any congregation,
especially In Washington, where so many
attendants at the church services decline
any responsibility to the support of the
church by reason of having their church
citizenship In some more or less dis
tant State or territory.
Last Sunday the beautiful new choir
stalls given to Trinity Church, Third and
C Streets. In loving memory of John ,.
Bulkley. M. D.. for thirty yesrs a ves
tryman and faithful member of the par
ish, were dedicated at the 11 a. m.
The social hour in the parish hall fol
lowing the Sunday evening service, which
has become quite an Institution of the
parish since the advent of the present
rector. Rev. Mr. Van Fossen. has been
resumed amid general expressions of
satisfaction, filling, as It seems to do. a
long-felt wsnt by affording an oppor
tunltv for friendly Intercourse and mu
tual enjoyment to the people of the
Plans are being discussed and tenta
tively formed by the Men's Club for fur
nishing the basement of the parish hall
with a bowling alley, pool tables, a shuf
fle board, and other things of a like na
ture to facilitate work among the men
and boys. A pool table and a shuffle
board have already been provided by a
Sunday and Saturday last were, respec
tively. Hospital Sunday and Donation
Day on behalf of that fine charity, the
Eye, Ear. and Throat Hospital.
On Donation Day the hospital la thrown
open for the Inspection of friends, and
opportunity is given to send groceries
and other supplies for the dally needs of
the hospital patients.
On Hospital Sunday envelopes arc dis
tributed In the vsrious churches of the
city for the contributions of the faithful
and others who are charitably Inclined.
Some ll.Stt) Is generally received from this
An Interesting meeting of the Bishop
Claggett Club was held at Rock Creek
rectory' on Monday last at 2 p. m.. the
rector of the parish. Rev. C. E. Buck,
who Is also president of the club for this
year, being In the chair.
Rev. W. R Bushby had been announced
as the reader of a paper, but on account
of his unavoidable absence, a discussion
on some timely topics was substituted.
On the invitation of the Rev. J. W. Aus
tin, rector of AH Saints' Church. Chevy
Chase. the club will meet next time at
The annual donation day and sale of
aprons and other household articles was
held at the Houte of Mercy, Kllngle
Road and Rosemont Avenue, last Thurs
day, from 3 to o'clock, when the board
of lady managers received their visitors.
giving them a cordial welcome and pro
viding tea for them.
The opening meeting of the diocesan
branch of the Woman's Auxiliary will
l. held In St. John's Church Tuesday.
November 3, begining with a celebration
of the holy communion at 10:3) a. m.
Luncheon will be taken at 12:30 o'clock.
The business meeting will be held at 2
o'clock. In the parish hall. Bishop
Harding will be present.
Canon Nelmi. D. D.. rector of the
Church of the Ascension. In hla monthly
letter to his congregation heartily con
gratulates them on the occasion of the
recent service of the Woman's Aux
iliary, held at St. John's. In the Interest
of the annual united offering, the offer
ing from Ascension Church headed the
list. It was JIM. Only two other parishes
gave over 3100, one giving 8133 55 and the
other 8106. Including that gift of 3150.
Ascension's parish gave gave nearly 31.
8) for missions last year.
The Rev. George P. Christian, curate
of St. Paul's Parish, of which Rev Can
on Talbot Is rector, was advanced to
the prltsthood yesterday In the church
he is serving as curate. Until recently
Mr. Christian was curate of the Church
of the Good Shepherd. I and Sixth
Streets Northeast., and following Rev.
Mr. Atkinson's resignation of the curacy,
du to his c'ectlon to the nv:torsnI,i ut
the church at Kensington, he -era elected
tc the same position In St. Paul's
Church. Bishop Harding officiated. The
rector of the parish presented the can
aldate and the Rev. C. R. Stetson, rector
of St. Mark's Church. Capitol Hill,
preached the ordination sermon.
At All Souls' Mission, of which the
Rev. Dr. Sterrett Is minister in charge,
tbey are preparing to hold a luncheon
and sale on December 10 and 11. the
same to be held In Epiphany Parish
House on G Street, for the benefit of the
A contract has been given for the lin
ing and painting of the Inside of the
ihapel. This will be a marked Improve
ment to the appearance. On Monday at
8 p. m. Rev. Edward S. Dunlap will give
a free lecture In the chapel hail on
"The Life of Jesus of Nazareth." with
scenes painted by WlUIsm Hole, cf the
Admiral Stockton was the first speaker
at the Second Department Missionary
Council, held In Trinity Church. Buffa
lo, under the presidency of the Bishop
of Western New York. The admiral's
subject was: "The Church Needs a
Reformation services will be held In the'S
r-vnnaei.cmi a-uinrnsn -unrortua i.imi.,i.i
Twentleth and O Streets --.. I
next Sunday morning, November 3, at
11 o'clock. In German. Holy communion
will be given In connection with this serv
ice. An Illustrated lecture will be held
la the evening at 7:30 In English on the
"Life and Works of Martin Luther." by
the pastor. Rev. Paul A. Menzel. All who
are Interested In the great work accom
plished by the Reformation and the
church are cordially Invited to attend
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW
v IN WASHINGTON AND ITS VICINITY.
. sear Depart Carats,
TX5-ra asnivibhabV or MCToaamr
8tXT. a JrtNEST SMITH. D. D- D. C U.
Of St. Thoeua' Church, Waabisstoa, D. C
s. aa. Hair Ckaaraaaloa.
Ill m. Ill mil school.
lOda a.' m-Cbadren's atrries.
UM a. ra.-HUr Ommtwloo. Sersaoa by rector ea
IS) p, m. Cbonl immj and srbob by Ee.
Canon Xelma, D, D.
St. ilDarh's Cburcb
3d and A SU. aa.
tor. C, It. Stataon. Raeur.
. Srnfcn. T. U. and s.
Kierjr 00a la welcone.
ILL SOILS' MISSUI.
Cor. Conn, and Cathedral Ana.
Dr. J. Marbrid Fterrttt. Kertor.
Hear CoDsranion and addreu at. 11 o'clock.
Betblehess Chanel. Mount 8t Alban. D. a
Holy Cacoanxnlon n T 3t a. ss.
Morninf prayer and Litanr 14:00 a. ss.
Heir ComaaDlon aiwl mncai.............ll3Q0 a. m.
Choral nenaoos and imrjin tan p. m.
Camo wniiam ill rrnuh at both amices.
The Cathedra! Their 111 in( at 11 and t.
SmlcM T31. tan. na, tao
Sltnie daily at and . except tiatarday.
ST. MIL'S CM1ICH,
33d St. and Wacblnetoo Circle.
Bcr. Bobrrt Talbot. Bee-tor.
Brr. Ocrr I Chrlttian, Curate.
7:30) a. m. Heir Commt.niotx.
939 a. m. Sunday ichocL
1003 a. u. Mitina and irastnrctl-m.
1103 a. m. .'clctfatfou wid sennon by irettr.
6:00 m. Cltoral cn-iiarm; od acmioa by tbe cu
The ttrats are free.
AMERICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,
The Holy Catholk- Church f America.
The Natinty. Uth and A m. 73). 5.13. 11. I.
Tha Kcaurrcctien, lUh and U ne. 330, 1.
St., near Uth far. nr.
Re. It. II. McKtrn. p. !.. Uertor.
Iter. Tin. Hubrrt-Joti. AMantaot Jliniittr.
HcJjr Comoiiinton, 8 a. m.
Hotjr Commuaion. mornirs prajcr. and fsennon, U
Othrr arrTicw. 1p.m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday schools, 931 a. m. and 3 p. m.
ST. ANDREWS CIirBCII.
Cor. Uth and Corcoran hta. .. W.
Rrr. J. J. Iimra. Rector.
?3G a. m, Holy Cctnmcnion.
930 a. m. fcuoday cbool
11300 a. m. litanr. Holy Ccmmnrlon. and arrmno.
I 00 rv m. Kirnluz irntct and trrmoa.
ST JAMES' CHURCH. ?th Pt.. mar C SU ne.
Smlcr H'inday: 730. 10 JO. II a. m.; 3 JO. 7:15
p. m. Othrr daj: 7 and 9 a. n.. 7. p. m. All
CBCRCH OP THE COVENANT.
Conn. Ate. N and l!th SU.
Char!, Weed. Minister.
Bernard C Bnukimp. MtrJttcr't Aauetaz.t.
Harry Baremcre Argue. MirJitrr of Peck Cjiprl,
IHtta. m. .sermon by tbe miniver.
Musical emtce led by double quartet from 330 to 4
On p. m.-Sermon by tbe ttinter- atibjeet.
"tndie in Old Testament Characters
Naamin. th. Lrrr."
I fiB p. m. Plrt afecial monthly musical arrrlcr;
sjdney Lli)d Wnsfcton. mucal di
rector Seron by the minister: "Tha
Mrwa;e if M'ie t the S.mL"
Sunday school it 9 IS a m.
Oiriklian KndVatcc meeting at -G p. m.
TbuTMiey eieuin; at 8. midweek arrnee.
FIR -T. "the MransTr", Ubbith Home." John Mar
ahall Place nir Drauld C MacLeod. MinUter 11
a. m. ".dmuutrttion cf Itajtwu and Lord's Smt
ler." ;tip m., nui'M-al amice by chat. All are
Ut'RLKY MEMORIAL PKESBTTERIAN
rill'llt'll. n aie. near Tth St. By dirertinn of
l"Teabrtry. Rce Jame Keller Arso will rrracn, at
11 a. m. Midweek eerrice at 9 p. m. Thursday.
BID1.E ST t DENTS.
THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE hTCDENTS'
ASSOCIATION acnouiY a lecture by IL Clay
Hict.ell on "THE INDUSTRIAL AND SOCIAL
ClllalS." in the New Maftrale Temple, N. Y.
Att.. 13eb. ard H s. ,t 3 o'clock. Thee free
Sunday lecturts are ct-utinned as a result of the
increiHBC pittic Inter in the Truth manifested
in Walnalon The Awvution haa no Sectarian
or rVnTminatK-al dcurm; then- i nothics to join,
and no ccIltrticTi will eser be taken. All are wel
rtnie EVANGELICAL cnRISTTAX SCIENCE.
EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIICRCH.
Serrice Sunday mrming at 11 o'clock at Rau.cn
er'a, curacr Conn. Ate. and L St. Subject of lec
ture by BI-HOP OLIVER '. SABIN. "Teaching
How to Heal the slrk." Ilatl cocmocioui. sur
roundings decant; seats free, all Innted.
MR. A. C ROCKWILL. OF NEW TORK. WILL
lecture ujmi "Tbe Industrial and Snnal Cnsu."
from the Lible standrmrt New Maaouic Temple.
bCnday. 3 p. m. Seats free.
1887 to 1912
Is all there is to the laundry
business in our beautiful city.
We have stood the test for
this period and are trying each
day to do better.
Laaaderers. Dry Cleaeera. Dyers.
437 New York Ave.
We artee Herald aaSeOQO ceases
8 Our Candles are much better g
S than the factory kind. It. Is pure, a
H . nd wholesome made hy S
8 expert candy makers, in a clean
221-231 PA. Af L S. E.
We ave Herald 9BMO
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1411 I SHEET I. L
WASHINGTON. D. C.
P. O. atatleHs SB. TeL L. 1133.
School Supplies. Magazines. Periodicals.
141 h STaarr n. e.
ws fltss Ytea at The BaxaWs 1AM Cestcat,
TBK MaTBOFOUTAX XXKOUAL MBTHODIW
CSL'BCH. samar of Jeaa MinalTI alass sad C
Caw. Jasaaa gears M tanaaary. aal 1st taora
iasj ssTieaa at 11 cTdeck. with sttaasa by tie tea
tar; luWart. "The Bmismy of a Gnat Dataraal
satka." Ipworth leasee davetkasl astvke ax
. with special ssag arrrka. At I o'clock Dr.
Mwilgssiry win (be a sodal sansm on the sub
ject. -Tbe Socialism of Jeans." Frae stay to the
rOCKDT. Mth sad Charca Bis.
BsTT. W. B. vrXDDEBSFOOX. D. D.. Pastes,
sdl s. si flsnnar fit""
Ux a. sL-aaoaaunt of the lord's Soever.
TjOb p. bl Zpworth Laagos.
ISO p. m.-Th Apcacedes of the Shitss."
VUtcas wsIosbm. Quartet choir.
HAUUXE METHODIST EPISCOPAL OBTJXCB.
Ninth and P Streeta Northwest
HEV. JOSEPH M. K. G8AX. MCaaTXB.
93t s. m. Sunday pr"
tns tt m. Envorth Leasrw aarrlce.
ISO p. m. "THE DEPAETINO CBBIST."
AU Utoass me. visitors always i
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH. Mb sad K Sts.
Dr. 1. J. Mnir. ratter. AnnirenuT emnon will,
not be preacned. Dr. J. J. Mulr. pastor. la eallad
out of etty on account of the death of sis brother.
Brr. J. C Lone wfll pi-ach morning and cwniag.
THE FORTT-NINTH ANN1VTBSABT OP SHI
LOH BAPTIST CHCBCH (-Stranger's HatseTI.
L St.. between lth and Uth aw. All day: beauti
ful decoratieca: extra muaie by a Tested choir: ta
irmng and helpful tenacas. All aeata fret: a eor
dlal welcome to all. Ercrybody. caneciauy strangers,
lnrited. 3. Milton Waldree. D. D.. pastor.
E. HEZ SWEM TELLH: "AN I.NTERESTIX
Story I Heard In the South." I p. m. 11 a. m..
"Eztollera of Uud." Centennial Bar. Co.. Ho
and Ey Sts. ne.
PIItST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, corner
10th and ( SU. nw. Ber. Samuel H. Woodraw.
D. D., pastor. Ber. Lewis E. Pnrduo. assistant
paster. U a. m.. iittlic worship, with short sermon
by paster; recrjtioti cf members and Lord'a Bap
rer. g p. m., isibllc worship, with sennon by pas
tor on "The Ethin, of Snbrlde." Music by quartet
and chorus choir. 9:3 a m.. Sunday acuooL 6.13
p. m.. Y. P. S C. E.
ALL SOULS' CIICRCH. enrMT Uth and ti Sta.
L'lyssea G. B Pierce. D. D . minister. 9.13 a. ra..
bandar school ; Post graduate Class. Class for the
Compuatlre Study of Religion, and Unity Study
Class. II a. m.. moroinz serrice; sermon by Dr.
Ilerce. There is also ktndergartrn during th
hour of morning worhip. I r- m.. Young Peoria's
Relisioias Union. The public innted to all ecrrice.
CHCBCH Or OUR FATHER. 13th and L Staw
nw. Ber. John an Schaick. n-.. D. D . raster.
11 a. m. subject. "The Christian Faith." 9:13 a.
m., rsunday schooL II a. m., kindergarten. 7 p. ffi..
Y. P. C. U.
NEW CHURCH. lth and Corcoran Sts. nw. The
Ker. Frank Sewell. D. D.. ror. will rrrach at
II a. m.: "The Great Reward." Snnday achooi.
12.13. Vf-tpers. 5 p. m.. with brief address. Free
loan library of the writings of Saedenrjorg and free
tracts in the Testipule.
MEMORIAL 8. D. A. CHURCH. I3J CTH ST.
nw. Serru-e Sunday ererlng. Nor 3. 7:13 p. m.:
"The Sore Word of Prophecy " All welcome.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. FCirVTI9T. Co
lTtmnia Road. Euclid aid ChampUin SO. Serrices:
Sunday. Ill m. and I p. m.
.subject, "EVERHSTINO PUNISHMENT."
Snnday school. 11 a m, Wednesday evening
meeting. S p. m. Public cordially innted. Bead.
ing room. Cul CotoraUo Bids.
"CONDITIONS AFTER DEATHr" LECTURE
Senday at 119 Corcoran Bids., by Dr. W. W. Ba
ker, 11:15. Public cordially innted. Free t-"?T
cissa Wednesday. 8 r. m.
WASHINGTON LODGE. THEO'OPHICAL SO
CIETY. Surday erenlns. 8 o-doek. All lnrited.
Hon. C V. Brookshire will rprak on "Tha Retigira
of George Fox. tha Founder of Quakerism," at the
Gennaaia. Arartment X 3d and B Sts. ae.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHCBCH. PTTHIAN
Temple. 1012 9th St. nw., first Core. 7:3s p. m..
lecture by Rrr. George W Kates: "What Do You
Know!" Mteage by Mrs. Kates. All hutted.
THE 8ECCLAR LEAGUE.
"THE FUNCTIONS OF LIFE." BT DR. JAME?
O. Stesenson. at 3 p. m. Python Tersile. 1013
9th St. nw. heata free.
NATIONAL NEW THOUGHT CENTER.
MISS EMMA GRAY WILL CONDIVT THE SYJt
posium Wedne-day at 8 p. m. Dr IlK-k-r leads
the dally nocn meetings. CUas fnr children Satur
days at 10 a. m. All at Lean A Trust Bldg. Pob
ORIENTAL ESOTERIC SOCIETY III! Q ST.
nw. Active and eotTe-rondin; membership. Lec
ture Sunday ererJrx. 5:15. br M.?s Marsland; sub
ject. "Testa." P-iblie cordially isnted.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
11th ui East CapHel Sts.
Day Phonaa L. 1104-2774
Night Phona L. 1125
Wa Glra Votes m Tha Herald's G3,00 CcEtsst.
OM Shoes Repaired
After we get through
with them they look
like new. It costs lit
tle. It saves much.
719 Ninth St. N. W.
Work Callad for and Dallvara.
Wa Give Votes in Toe Harald'a ZAJOI Conteaf.
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
Wa area Bssasld I