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$2.50 WHEAT
REQUISITION IS
POSSIBLE STEP
???????
M Price Paeses Comman
deering Is Suggested
by Joint Board.
C?*?-an>andeenng of all th? wheat In
tn* country, in th? ?vent that (Don
ar??? raie?? th? plie? to $150 a bushel,
ta recommended In a report framed
jointly by th? Food ArTmlnlatratlon
and tha Department of Agriculture.
Wheat ?rower?, general farm?*?
and general ?rain men. forming? the
AaTlculrural Advisory Committee,
hav? determined that the price of
ft? wheat, let by President Wllaon
in bis latest proclamation, ?-?ve? Um
wheat producer* a generous margin
of profit. This w?a decided ?fter
numerou? committee meetings, and
Herbert Hoover. Food Administrator.
with David F. Houston, Secretary of
Agriculture, had a final conference
on th? problem last evening.
Repart Prepari??;'
A? exhaustive report, with reso
lutions covering the situation, will
b? made public within a few day*
by the Department of Agriculture.
Ufo forecast of the recommenda
tions was obtainable from the De
partment of Agriculture or the
Food Administration. but former
Uo?ernor Henry C. Stuart. eh?lr
man of the committee, practically
admitted the recommendation?.
Boosting; of tbe price of wheat.
It la contended, would brine about
? grave emergency because the
wheat men naturally would hold up
their present stocks for tho 1918
price. Wheat ?t I?.50 to the farm
ers would mean approximately JS
at the terminals and about $1? a
barrel to the consumer, the Food
Administration officiala say. Th?
Gore amendment. providing for
tSJC wheat. Is now back In confer
ence committee, having been re
turned yesterday following correc
tions.
Figure? ot the Food Administration
show that shipments of grain *n1
cereal* to the allies are I..If?..irti tons
behind the sche?lule laid down by Mr.
Hoover, since January 1. A weekly
.ihir>ment of ***fi,?0?t tons aras "planned,
while up to the present ?.???.??? tons
ha, been shipped. Reports have been
rei-elved from various .sources that
wheat producers, awaiting the action
of ' Congress on a higher price, are
nof" sending their product* to market.
While the varioua amendments wero
iVing introduced in ttongress by men
firm the wheat sections, the Agricul
tural Advisory Committee was celled
In session to go over the situation.
The price of C 20 was set after a
commission, composed mostly of farm
er*, arreed upon it. But a new com
mittee wa* called to consider; it again.
< ?remittee ?terebera
Thl* was composed of: C. S. Barrett,
cotton .in?l general agriculture. Union
i'iiv. ?la., W. W. Harrah. wheat.
1'endleton. Ore.: D. P. Massie. corn
?ad wheat, .'hilllcothe, O.; E. S.
Ttngbam.. dairying and vegetables.
St. Albans. VI : \V. I? Brown, live
stock and general agriculture. King
man. Kan . M D. Campbell, milk.
I'olilwater. Mich.; \v. R. Dodson,
sugar, rice, cotton. Baton Rouge, La.:
I. U ? Jak. live slock and corn,
Btoomuagton. III.: X. H. Gentry, live
stock and general agriculture. S?
.lalla. Mo.: W. G. Gordon, live ?took
<-orn. cotton. Humboldt. Tenn.: John
l?rattan. general agriculture. Golden.
Colo.; J. - X. Hagan, live stock and
grain. Rlsmnrck. N. D. : F. J. H?geri
barth. live stock and general agri
culture. Spencer. Idaho; C. W. Hunt,
live stork and corn. Logan, Iowa; H.
W. Jeffers, milk and poultry.
Ptaln?boro. X. J.: Ija.-.c Lincoln, live
stock and grain. Arierdeen. S. D.? D.
O. Mahoney, ilnivv ing, Viroqu?, Wis.,
??eor-re C. Rea^inir, general agricul
ture, F'resno, Cal.; M. Sansom, ???
eral agriculture. Fort Worth. Tex.;
H. C. Stuart, live stock. Elk Garden.
Va.; C. J. Tyson, general agriculture.
Florada le. Pa.; Oliver Wilson, gen
eral agriculture. Peor?a, 111. Former
??-.'c?ior Stuart, of Virginia, was
inn of the committee.
H hole Problem nl?r?**ed.
The commit!*? ?llactLsaed the whole
r Mem, not t icre'y frota the ?'?ind
1?. ?'.it t!-e f 'mir, t'jt of Its broad
: ? lo the war and the great
r- .- of this country keeping up
a continuous flow of fn-id across the
??ce-n. Li "!e pessimism Is ?*a*"*?*?*??"**?*
nt '.he F ici Administration In respect
? t the f Hivr? to keep up with Mr.
' loovi r's schedule, which *i< delayed
argely by transportation difficulties.
' v.nfidcnc? la strong that with addi
tional shipping the supplies can be
increased so there will be little real
rcrll. hut it Is known that the Food
Administration feels that the country
moat be prepared to meet ?tringent
situations with Urge sacrifices.
Actress Will Auction
First Liberty Bond in D.C.
Miss Irene Fenwiek. member of th?
all-star cist In "Lord ?nd Lady Algy,"
now playing at th? Belaseo. will set
the ball rolling for th? District of Co
lumbia's Woman's Liberty Loan Com
mittee by auctioning off the first Lib
erty bond of the third issue to tra ?old
?hrough thi? committee at Its head
quarters at L."! F street northwest
today at noon.
At t o'clock in the afternoon Mrs.
Richard Aldrich. ot Xew York. In
charge of th* Liberty Belt, will leaii
the public speaker* who will talk dally
upon the liberty loan la front of
the woman'* committee headquarters.
Four Seek National
Bank Charters ?a West
Th? Comptroller of th? Currency hut
night announced the receipt of appli
cation* for four national bank char
ters, all of them in th? West Two
Southern hanks drew permission to
Increase their capital, ?nd two na
tional banks were liquidated by con
solidation with other bank?.
lacreases of capital totaled ?17S.000.
liquidations aggregated 000.000, and
the banks asking for charters request
ed a total capitalisation of ?ft, 00?.
Congress Done July 1.
Says Kitchin, with Us
Majority Leader Kltchin pre
dicted, on the House floor yester
day, adjournment ot .-'ongres* by
July 1, but qualified the statement
with a *erle* ot "ita" The moat
Important condition? are that Con
gi cismen quit wasting time and
-ait down their speech-making.
Be took a d?finit? stand again?
member? learlng Washington to
?sake liberty bead speeches, say
ing their most Important duty-was
t? advance necessary war legisla
tion.
Senators hat*? promised to ?Id
th? ?pMd-up program, ?aid Kitcnlu.
"QUIET TALKS"
BY MR. GORDON
OPEN MONDAY
Six Weeks' Series at First
Congregational?Sunday
Church Services.
Mr 8. O. Gordon begin? a ?tx
week?* seriee of noon-time "Quiet
Talks" on Monday, April ?, 12:16 to 1
?harp. By eourteay ot the trustee?
ot the First Congregational Church.
Tenth and G northwest, the talk? ?rill
all be (Iren In that church.
Mr. Gordon haa recently had a sim
ilar series In Philadelphia for seven
weeks, in New York for eight weeks.
add in Baltimore for five weeks. These
meeting's have been attended by hun
dreds daily in these cltiea, sometimes
many being unable to gain admit
tance. Last summer In Atlantic City
in a Boardwalk theater practically
every State in the Union was repre
sented In the crowds gathering daily
for ten weeks.
The general topic for the first week
her? la "Quiet Talks for Troublous
Times." The daily topica are:
Monday, S?"Therea Someone ?t
Tour Side Tou Don't See.'
Tuesday. ??"An Old Portrait of
God."
Wednesday, 10?"God on a Wooing
Errand.**
Thursday. U?"How an Old Town
Was Shaken Up, and Then Shaped
Up Anew."
Friday, 1??"Spending a Day with
God."
Saturday, 13?Does God Ever Need
Us?"
These are meant for busy people
who can slip In for a little while at
the noon hour. The time is held ?harp
to IMS to 1.
?Com? id, when you can." "Slip out
when yuu must." la the double Invi
tation on the folder.
Mr. Gordon Is the author of the
"Quiet Talk?" series of books. These
have had a rather remarkable record
for religious hooks. More than a
million and a quarter are in circula
tion. There are twenty-eight trans
lations into foreign languages. They
have gone into every quarter of the
globe.
Just before th? war Mr. Gordon re
turned from -a four .years' speaking
journey in foreign land?. For three
year? he was speaking almost wholly
through interpretation. His travels
extended from the Scandinavian coun
tries in the North to the Latin-speak
j ing countries of the South of Europe,
and through China and Japan and
Corea. Invitations from South Africa,
and anointments in India were passed
by because of a temporary break in
strength, due to the arduousness of
? the work.
MASONS OPPOSE LINE
i LOOPING THE TEMPLE
Strong Protest Mad? Against W.,
B. & A. Proposal.
In a letter forwarded today to the
1'ublic Utilities Commission by James
S. McCarthy, past master of Wash
ington Centennial Lodge of Mesons,
.-'ions protest Is made against the I
?-??posed plan to build a loop about J
the Masonic Temple for ?se by the |
? .-?nineton, Baltimore and Annapults I
:; tilroad.
j Kar from acquiescing- In the pro- .
> posai, as was in some quarters assert- j
-h1 the local Masonic bodies would, !
tlic letter declares the Masons have j
- Kone on record as opposing the plan.
Th?* Masonic organizations, Mr. Mc
Carthy say?*, were not until recently
? souaded on the scheme, and when they
I were, they showed general dlsap
1 ?rovaL
Send for
Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book
It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat
from a steer for less money than the live steer cost!
Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other by
products >LX)vered all expense of dressing, reiteration, freight,
selling expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown
by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows:
Average price paid for live cattle ,?, $84.48
Average price received far meat . . 68.97
Average price received far by-products ?HQ9
Total -received.93J?
Thi? leave? for expense? aad profit 8*61
Of which the profit per tfeer
There are many other interesting and instructive
facts and figures in tbe Year Book.
Wa ?rast fa sead ear 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywfteie?*-fiea
for tbe asking. Addrees Swift * Company. Union Stock Yards, Chicago.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
.-: I-'- ?
? j?- ?...
RELIGIOUS REVIEW
??
First Barils?.
Her. J. V. Lore. D. D., of Rich
mond. 8ecret*ry of th? Baptist For
eign Mission Board of th? Southern
Convention. Is to speak at th? First
Baptist Church. Sixteenth and O
streets northwest, at th? 11 o'clock
service Sunday morning. Dr, ??>??
ha? e-cpressed a wish to met aa many
of th? Southern Baptist?, recently
com? to Washington, a? can make it
convenient to attend thla ?ervioe. The
thought la to make this a Rally Sarv
lee In view of th? "Million Dollar
Drive" now ?n.
Rev. W. W. McMaster, the pastor
of th? First church, will preach In
th? evening, taking aa his subject.
"God's World Program." This will
be the first of a series of addresses
designed to provoke thought concern?
Ing the Second Coming 'of Christ,
and related subjects. It I? anticipated
that a large number of persons Inter
ested along these line? of study, -arili
welcome the opportunity thu? afforded
to meet together for further atudy
and conference nt the close of each
servie?.
< Is urei, af the l'averi Shepherd.
"Solving the Troblem ot the Migra
tory "Worker?* is the subject of an
address to be made at the meeting
of the Washington Secular League
at Pythian Temple tomorrow at ?
p. m.. by Charlea Kruse, national
president International Brotherhood
Welfare Association of Migratory
Workers. A discussion ?rill follow
the address.
< ealeanlal Rapila!.
At the Church ot the Good Shep
herd. Sixth and I ?treta northeast,
the R*v. Canon E. Sidney Savage will
deliver an address on what he has
seen In the war ?ones of'Europe, the
Balkan States and Palestine. Canon
Savage Is the son-in-law of the late
Pean Ferrar, well known in thla
country aa a writer. He has taken
part In T. M. C A. work in France.
In Italy. In Macedonia. In Egypt and
throughout the Mediterranean are?.
He will tell of what the war has
meant to the clvljlan population? of
Serbia and the other nations which
have been overrun by the Germans
nnd their barbarian alli?e. The pub
lic 1? cordially invited.
?es-salar 'Leas-ae.
"How Many Person* Will Be
Saved 7" Is E. He? Swem's subject
tomorrow night at the Centennial
Baptist Church, followed by baptism,,
WAR .ANNEX FIRE
BURNS U. S. RECORDS
NEEDED FOR ARMY
(.????.???) FROM PAOB ONE.
condition of the'drawings on the
fourth floor which were completely
destroyed.
I rasada Gather.
H. J. McKane, the watchman on
duty when the fir? atarted, ?nd who
lives ?t 1*07 G street northwest, told
the firemen that the lire, as far as he
could learn, started on the near side
of a slight partition under the stair
way. Firemen said they were certain
the fire was started from the hallway
side and not from the store side. This
admit? of the possibility of some one
?lipping In when th? watchman waa
not looking and Igniting the partition.
McKane lost ISO worth of clothing
which he had stowed under the stair
way. Few of the rooms In the build
ing were slightly damaged and th?,
? ?aliway all the way up to the fourth
tloor was gutted with fallen plaster,
sTlass and charred wood.
Theater crowds thronged the neigh
borhood. At first It was rumored that
the War Department was on Are.
? '?lief Clerk Brunner. acting under
prior Instructions from his depart
ment, declined to talk freely over the
nature of the destroyed drawing?
and the recaption of new members.
The morning subject Is: "Murtllk?
Hen.'? ?,
lucrar* Meaaarial.
A ?ervice flag containing 21 stars
will be unfurled at Um Ingram Mem
orial Congregational Church, Tenth
street and Massachusetts avenu?
northeast, tomorrow evening at I
o'clock. Senator Waren G. Harding,
of Ohio, will Jellver ?a addre??. The
f.ag will be presented to the church,
by the. Christian Endeavor Society.
At the morning ?ervic* at 11 o'clock
th? pastor. Rev. Lewis E. Purdum,
will preach on "Keeping At It"
Petwerlh Baptist.
The choir of Petworth Baptist
Church vialted Walter Reed HoaplUl
laat Sunday evening, and participated
In it? early evening ?ervice. Th? choir
ha? been requested to ?lng each Sun
day evening at the 1 ospitai.
Tomorrow the pastor. Rev. F. Paul
Langhorne, will ha'e the usual ser
monette for the Junior member? of
the church and Sunday School, and
the Junior choir will ?lng. Com
munion services will be celebrated,
with a reception to a large group of
new member?.
Th? subject for th? evening service.
with tbe pastor preaching, wilt bo
?'Curiosity.?
The orchestra, recently organised
from the members, of the Sunday
School, ha? had It? second rehearsal,
and much progr?s? |? demonstrated.
It Is expected to add a few additional
piece? to th? orchestra, ?o that It
will hav? at least thirty member?.
Y. M. C. A. ,
In the absence of the pastors who
are attending th? annual conference,
th? Religious Work Department Of
the T. M. ? '. A. la supplying speaker?
for the following churches tomorrow.
At the Xorth Carolina Avenue
Methodist Protestant Church C. K.
Hoover will speak for the morning
service, using is hi* subject "Chris
tian Cltlxenshlp." and G. E. Dunkum,
Jr., Associate Religious Work direc
tor of the Y. M. C. ?., will speak at
the evening service.
Page McK. Etchlson will have
charge of the morning ?ervice ?t
Ryland Methodist Episcopal Church.
G. E. Dunkum, Jr.. will ?peak at
the morning service at the First
Methodist Protestant Church, and S.
If. Croft of the Congressional Li
brary, will have charge of th? even
ing service.
Rev. J. H. Beat, secretary In charge
bat when he entered the much dam
aged drafting room on th? fourth
floor hia dismay at the condition w?s
unveiled.
Firemen worked until long after
midnight on the smouldering build
ing, cleaning out the debris of broken
?glae?, fallen piaster and injured fix
tures.
CLOTHING IN PLENTY
FOR U. ^OFFICERS
Passage of Bill Only Need Now.
Goethah Tells Congress.
The quartermaster general has
plenty of clothing supplies for of
licers, Gen. Goethala told Congress
yesterday. All that Is necessary Is for
the House to pas? a bill, already
passed by the Senate, allowing the
officers to purchase from the quar
termaster'* store?. ?3en. Goethala says
there I? plenty of everything now, ex
cept wool coat? and breeches, and
these are furnlahed only to officers
overseas or on priority orders. He
says, however, "This slight restriction
will be entirely removed when there
Is availability of wool garments,"
Senator Jonea, of Washington, In
troduced the hill some time ago. It
haa already passed the Senate. This
will aid hundreds of young reserve
officers to avoid the prohibitive prices
of retail stores.
Of th? T. li. C. A. work at Wash
ington Barrack?, ?rill preach Sunday
morning at th? Anacoatla Methodiat
Episcopal Church. **?
' Tb? Sleman Gospel Team of th? T.
Tat. C. A. will conduct an evangelistic
service at th? Ryland Methodist
Kpiscopal Church tomorrow evening.
Mis? Flora Brigg? and Miss Alvarita
Raeney will sing a duet, "I Waited
for th? Lord.** W. Ilayte Will read
the scripture? and Chaa. K. Hoover
will deliver th? address using aa hi?
subject, 'Th? Glory' of th? Eternal
City.'?
Th? T. M. C. A. Gospel Team will
hold an evangelistic service at th?
Fifteenth Street Christian Church In
th? evening. Th? address ?rill be
delivered by Homer J. Councilor,
chief clerk of the Army Medical
Museum and Library. Page McK.
Etchtson, William Blake. Mrs. Etch
Jaon and Mr?. Councilor will assist In
th? service.
RELIGIOUS
OPINION
Wh?r? la God? What I? God? How
?hall anyone come to th? realisation
of God?
What la God? God Is not to oe found
In the houses built by man, for God
ia a ?pint and dwells in the spir
itual house which exists In man. God
la not to be seen in tbe material world
but in the spiritual. God* should there
fore not he taken In the literal ?en??
a? a corporeal being, but He, ai
spirit, wants the spiritual supremacy
In all things.
What Is God? God la a ?pint with
out form or substance, a divine power
of will which willed all thing? to be.
and they were.
If our earthly father should say unto
ua "Son. I will that you sball ro
main until I come to take thee hepce."
You would so remain. But God ssvs.
"Stay a while and let ua reason to
gether so that we might better un
derstand one another. Stay thou here
where thou hast found'that tbe life
Is In th? spirit, and know that here
before He waa?the spirit?I AM, and
before you?waa the light which llght
eth your lamp so ?s to make you
shine forth into th? darkneas of
doubt."
Godi What 1? He? He Is the only
substance In the whole creation, or
rather th? only thing In existence
which remain? unfathomable and be
yond the reach of the Intellect of man.
God! The something great and awe
inspiring, which spesks to every soul
in a way unmistakable, yet without
voice or accenta.
God speaks in th? silence of the
night ?nd whispers sweet words ef
comfort to sorrowing hearts. God
say? peace. My peace I give unto all.
and straightway still? th? ?urging
billow? and the tempe-atuoua rioting of
the passions of man. God let? th?
child know that HI? 1? a love which
satisfies and develop? the child Into
the fullness of manhood and relieves
htm from the cause of worryment.
He?Qod?Is an ?ver present help In
th? various catastrophes of life. He
knows every heart and It? sorrows
and He can heal the brokenhearted.
How wonderful are Ilia way? with
the hearts of men. His mercy en
dureth forever and Ills cup of Joy
is always snd ever the same.
Good children, let not your hearts
be troubled, ye do not know what Is
beet for your present welfare, but
God, In HI? almighty wladom would
spare you from the achea and worry
ments caused with the misdirected
understanding of man. For man
?areth for the things which appeal
unto the senses of his physical being,
until he has realised hi? own Imper
fection? and seen the beauty of tbe
wonderful love and perfection which
cometh from above. Seen it in the
live? of others who have found and
told the story of the perfect love
which expresses in their lives the true
admonition toward their fellowtnan in
the word? of the Great Master, "If
thine eye be single, thy whole body
shall be full of light."
LUDOLPH G. 8CHROEDER.
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Every Noon. 12:15-1:00, Sharp
QUIET TALKS
By Mr. S. D. GORDON
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 10th and G St?. N. W
?By ? martr.T .1 Tra?t?M-?. ?
Sii Weeks, April ??May 18. lrtinUsa-.milia.al
FIRST WEEK
Monday. April *-' Tfcerei Som Om at Yaw Side Y.u Daa't
Set."
Tuesday. Apri 9-"Aa Old Poctrai? W Gai"
Wednesday. April 10? God m a Woaia? Erraad."
Thursday, Apri 11?"Htm aa Old Towa Wat Shake? Up aad
Then Shake? Up Aies."
Friday, Apr! 12?"Spendi*? a Day ?tt Gat"
Saturday, Apri 13? "Does Gad Ever Need Ui?"
?f^Coine in When You Can^S
?^Slip Out When You MuifW
??????????-??.
DR. GORDONS
SUBJECTS:
SUNDAY, APRIL 7.
ti a. ?v-?at? caewi raiat-aj
?attlixg ron a ?rmos?>
? P. M.?-AatlUUCAlf METKtTlli
A**D CKRHAJI 8PT.**
Dr. GartU'?
Ckaataaaiu
Lattava aa
'SUCCESS'
WB Be
Di-*ft-*ted at
the Merat?
PRESRTTERIAR.
?. Y. Are. Presbyterian Church
?. ?. ???., 13th ?nd ? SU.
ob. Wallace nuxsLirwrn. mam.
Music tad bj Quartet Choir.
11:0? a. m. ? Or. Basirli?? asrlll
1:00 p. m.??Th? Rlarht lalfaraa.
9:30 a. m.? Bible ?caaaL
?:4( a m ? Aalalt Blhle Claaaes.
8:48 p. m.?Christian Badeavar ??
He? y.
CnlffStuM saco and nsstoocDera welrofned.
Garley Memorial Presbyterian
Church.
ltd, and MERIDIAN STREETS.
Bes. Berma-ral Braskatap. M. ?...
Pastar.
sindat.
?-W a. m.- Rauda, arbool.
11 ?? a. m. and ? ?? p. in. - Prearlilnc
T?? p. aa.?Christian Endeavor Sode--.
THIRSDAT.
t?? p. m.? Mid arsefc Bellica.
?parati -sondar morn-n? ae-rriosa at 41??
e'rtors. Subject: "Post Easter Sunday Radi
tataaaa."
Apnl 7?"Petar. G???tt? aad Real ?red -
April 14?"Tbomaa, Conriaccd and Brraratt?.
?at*
April n?"Ths Maatar, Bis Ciwimiasliai and
Aarenaton.?*
April S-'-bater. the ?Vere? af Its ANdiUf
Vaina."
May ??"Heasen. Oar Aspiration and Hesse.'*
May lI-'*The Lord s Retara, Its Manner and
?h-l-pose.'?
INSPIRINO MC910. VOTAI. AND
INSTRUMENTAL.
Mr?. Ethel Holttdaar Gawler, aopraao ao?
lat; Mr. William E. Rraithsraite. rrereator aad
tenor aoloist : Mr. VtiUetn ran da Wall, harp
soloist and arrompaniat, (harpiet of tba G. fl.
Marine Band, fannarly srttb use Metropolitan
(ipera Boose Orchestra and tbe New York
Symphony); Mra J. Harry Cannine*uun, orran
lat and acrnnipaniat.
Quartet and harp at arenine arrsire.
?straaaTers ra-rdlally sselrssaaed.
Wert Street Church p 2TV
REV. JAMES T. MARSH?..*?... D.D.. Pwtor.
9-.5, fiiavU.? ?chonl; i^-vnal atrrim for ?ol
diem. T, CE. ? JO, Miwm ?ni rhonw.
ETISCOPAE?,
CHURCH OF THE
GOOD SHEPHERD
Sixth aa? I Streets Northeast
RET. C. S. ABBOTT. Virar.
Service?: 7:30 A. M.. 11 ?. ? , IP.il.
Addre?? at t P. M. by
CANON E.SIDNEY SAVAGE
ON
"What I Have Seen at
die Front"
Supper for Soldier? and Sailor?.
i:10 to 8 P. M.
Al Souk' McBcmlcA^L ira
The Re?. H. B. D. 9TTKRETT, Rector.
Th? Bar. ?J. Maebrld* "Merrett, D.D.. Aatoeiate
Rector.
t*4S a. m.-Sanda? arhooL
11?? a m.?Morning prayer and eermrw.
IS? p. as.??t????? arrrice.
St. Joba s Church, soi are.
REV. ROLAND COTTON SMITH. D. D
REV. EDWARD 8LATER DUNLAP. ?. ?
REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON 8M1TB. D. U
??? a HL-HOLT COMMUNION.
11*0 a. m?SERVICE ??? SERMON*.
4:1? ? SL-CABOL FESTIVAL.
ALL WELCOME.
Wednesday and Fridaja-Sertic* of Interces
sion at 12:15 p. ra,
Thuredaye-Holy Communi-n at noon.
Ci C??_L-_?. FOURTEENTH AND
Ol. -Jicpnen I Columbia road.
?IV. GEORGE F. DUDLEY. RECTOR
SERVICES?I-SJ. n a. M.. ?nd I P. M.
Ci I_L_?. (Geonretoam Parl?t).
?X. JOBB f ?MOST. h'. ">??
REV. CHRISTOPHER P SPARLING. Rector.
Saniosa, 1*3? and 11 a m., T Jo p. (?.
Ci M.J.?- THIRD AND A
aR>. marK S SOUTHEAST.
REV. C. S. STETSON. Rector.
Serrioea, 7 JO. 11 a. m., and a p. ra.
Ci ?._|?. 3D STREET. NEAR
??? G???? 8 WASHINGTON CIRCLE.
REV. ROBERT TALBOT. D.D. RECTOR.
SERVICES. 7J0. 10. 11 A M.: T**? P. M.
Bar. O. 8. TL'Bsj?ANO, of Sheboyean Kalla.
Wise, entera upon armera a? assistant to tba
PROTKSTAMT EPISCOPAL?.
St. ABdrew's Church ? ?; ?V"*
REV. J. J. DIMON. Rector.
Holy Conunanion: 9 JO, children's eerskr.
11, momia? arrrice. Holy Conununion and
aerfflon; I, erenin? prayer and sermon. Schedale
ot arrricee at new legalised time. _
SPIRITUALISM.
The First Spiritrulbt Church
?THE SOLDIER AFTER DEATH.?*
Lector? By th? pastor, Alfred B. Terr?, Bo?.
at 8 p. BL, followed by spirit mesas ?es at Pyth
ian Temple. Hit St h st nw. Second door. AU
welcome.
-G.- I
AT FLYNN'8 HALL. 6th and ? ata. aw., ?
Sunday evening at I o'clock Ber. G. Lyal I
Arthas. notad teat mediata, ?ill daanooatrau
Spiritualism, sire spirit aiiaaaira, aaaau que?
* air at at? ?Ml? ?^
METHOD.I4T EPISCOPAL.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal
rwses. Ait abtd rra R. a. m.
?. PHCLPS BAND. Paster.
?at. ? ?> mamw ?ehosL
lia? a m. I?.ui br law ?III?.
? J? a ?L-gcvertk lana-or.
ta? a ?-THI sociAL? sont *iu tono?
ta? amnuM w?'Siiia muta. t>?
?ot mia? Uila boor ?f <*kil?ll?*
f?llow.hip. Thia criurrb boa ?
?arsa-hearted ?patea?* fer ?a*n
>traii?rr I* Um dtj. t?cela*?
Thanksgiving Service
OK THE
Independent Order of
St Luke
?T
Ebenezer E E. Church
Omier FouRfe ?ad D **4jweu lf?*?itb?a??T
? bet. w. ?. DCA*, raaor.
l?sa
ABKorsC?T*?r*OrT8. Ckna mat DacwrtJee at
L O. 84. Lea* mt Iitioduciioo of Dasna
Cmmm,
Ml Sir BT TBE *G???? CHCBCH CHOIR.
Mr. B. R. Hawai?*, Dtm-tar.
Mr?. Nanni? L. Pr-ortor. Orsanat.
Ceralo?? bald in ?ooordftnee witb rap* tttaa.
PROGRAMi
pnxvauoeia!.
Mmee and otxninf aemrw-CTv-ir.
Scnptnie.
Prayer.
matt.
StafwH-nt af lb* ?rtaar.
* Nsor ncemekt.
DoB't furret tba unke l*Jtast?a April ?. '
mi, ?t Mt Jernr) Baptiat Chart*. ??? aad
? Etneeta. 8. E. Bra. J. P. Ctraao. Paator
Mra, Maap? L. Walker win ?neat ?ad l-Mee
the ai arm aaraabefa |i intani
COMMITTEE ON PBOGRAM-M M. ream.
Mr?. Stari? Stausfcter, Mra. M*rr A. Partrer.
KOTK-AU artrra Deare* (Jam. ?a*? aaaxa
arotmd th? Altar, ?II Paat Datree Catata t**?
frnot ?eat*
retworth M. E. Conreo
Grant <*ireat ?ad Vaa Haaaaabir? ?*? wa.
O. ELUS WIUJAMS. MtnJstar
v-M a. m.-Snudar ac.'.ooL
US? ?. m.-S??*?.
ISO p. ?a.?whasaSaV Lee?**.
IS? ? a.-Addnm
?SS ? ?-Sodai ta tie? ?a*-arl._
BAPTIST.
r? 4 D_'_**,?* "TH AND ? ???.
rmt DaptUt C*loa. U> Sen? Cutm.
Where atraasat* feel ?t bone.
Miabaer, Be?. W. W. McMoter
Quarter Cboir AU ?aata fra?.
il*? a aa.-ADDBESe BT BET. I.
LOVE. D.D., Seer. Baptla Foreifn Mi
Soutk. Dr. Lav? would Ukr to ?reet ?II
Baptia-j ia Waahlrarte* at tha
SA p. am.?"God'a Great Wor1*.Pro*Taaa?
tb* paator.
Irli a m -BIN? echo?! ?riti; rlfaaw> it* aB.
Tnimg men ard wawjen ?nil find
cnu paninoahipe bet*.
KSS p. m.-C. E. Bociety. ft tneetinf
tr for youn* people, ? cordial ?ill mil
r?r.l E, near "tb at. aar. (gin ?bar?
riltn ??*,. Ret. 1. E. Braaa ?in
at both honra. Coaarnunio* at 11.
7.-4A The rhureb Uiat car?* rone
Grace Baptist ?..???." r. w. johnson
11 <?-' Linn* by Faith. "
TrU-'The ?JiieTaatnt Man."
Slraneera aleara welnicae
K. Hea Swrea aaka: "Bow aaanr peisa** ?ill
be aaredV I p. aa.. haptiai*. Trat eh*
Swrm'a ?iti**. 11 a. m , 'MialiAe M?*." C
tecnia! Bapt. Ch., Ttb ?ad Warn ?.a
I MTAHIAN.
AU Souk' Church "???ZLT
ri.TSSES ?. ?. PIERCE, D. D . Minuter.
? :45 a. ?a.. Sunday acbool, Claa? for th*
ComparaUt? Stadi of lUrigtn?. aad Emeraon
Study t'laaa.
11 ?. in . moraine aerrire. aerwaon br B*v.
Bocrr S. Forbee. of Philadelphia. Pa.
There la alao klndersarten darin* lb* boar
of moraing worabip.
t p. tn.. Uberai Relujioii. Cnion will bt ?I
home to rotane people. llluetrated' lector? be
Mr. Daniel M. Green. Kulnert : 'Soaa? Cath
rdrala ?nd Cast let of Weetero Barone.*' Id
formal aca-ial hour. AB <?ilium.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Flrat f b.reb af Cari?t, ?rlrntAat.
of Waahirurton, Columbia rd. and Eiacud a
Sc?aaa Ckarch af CkrU?. arlaal???.
of ? aahinfton. 1Mb and B ?ta. nw.
Tbir? (?area af C krlat. ?rlr.tl.l
of Waaoiniton. M JacSwon pUcr.
SabJ???l ?? ? REALITY .
SERVICES: eundaj. 11 a ?a. and I p. ?a.
-I NIlAT 8CHCKIL8: Pint ?nd ??????
Clinrchea. 11 ?. m.; Third Ourrb. Sa? a aa.
U EDNESDAI EVENING MEETING. ?
P. m.
BEADING ROOM?:
?"?oloredo Buildios. Mtb ?ad G ata Bouta ?
to ?. lW?-l?i?<l?j, M to T. and Sundar. :>
to S JO). 1RS Ada??? Mil rd. *w. Houra. R
to ? ?aeept Wid??arlar ?nabli. Simdara ?nd
holidara). 14? E**t Capitol ?t Boot?. ? to
I Irscept 6nndara and boodafw).
THE BALVATIOJI AMI.
TBK SALVATION ABM? INDUSTRIAL
HuMK FOR MEN. d P?. are. ??. Meel
iiiOl: Kimdar. ?? a. as : Tbiawaar. T3S ?
aa.. Cliinbera' Laasoei Tnaad?**, I p.
CoaWnaht. _ Us.eVs.uu? Saerrir
A I
F"t CoBirefatio-ul Churck.
Cot, of Tenth ?nd G Jit?
DIGRAM MEMORIAL
Wh STREET * M ABS. IVI. si e
. ??* r- PsrdTsm. ?saasssar. ?je g. as 'im
?SX rtesL M a. av. Me. s B.N. rum *
a ?.. aaswasa by pastor, ? ? ? .rrf._s,_
. ?"?"' ?* ASdreaa by Senator BARDINO
ri t nu..
?Htiir.
Bakai MoTeeent.
?ulaieet? "TWB BARAI aU>-,.r -
>*<*euo HaR. a? Oaanerticu, . ana
Suadny |i la?. *?S e'eJock. Music.
Ilfssaai LafaRfm* ??????>G??G1?,
?SOLVING THE TBoBLEM OF THI? ail
GRATORV WoRkEK , .djm? tw Mr ,1^
ifS*? mJ^Skmt ??*?*?? International Brwnw.
*? Aaaa. of MigraKwy Worten.
SOOAUSTS
* MI FATHER*R F.HflTlll*t BT TUB
BRITISH GOVERNMENT IN APRII *?"
Issetare by Mass V.rs c*wir
"?lud, rombai Hall ?11 I. rr~-- n?.
Saasday ni?*t, t orlssns. Miss ? earn..:), a
tha daughter of Janas? Cornioli, wnaiist
rrassBSandrr lodile? e/ tbe Inai, BepublvwB
-anay during tba Iras Insuma? taon b.
ta? aaanrrai-lnai Mia? Hasan iilly ha? been as
'?lia in the asterrai at Insfc Imi sgasai., ma
DIVINE HEALING.
"COQ-S PO?JncR TO HEAL THI-. BOPT **
? su Intasai eoacract sausuu sa?osa iraa'iag
??*h?d? asssr assai adssxeusd. arili he th. eue
***? ear tba J a'eVsrA arteruooa and i . Herr
??Baa? sea'leas at ta? CHI B(R or TUB
UVINO GOD. at Deponi sincho Hall. N- ?
iNcpraat e?trle, Tnm admiaaiwi. N?? rolesr
tioaa I
A?so(UTi;n bible ?tide-its,
UTmt at Pythaaa Teaapi. Ml? Ninth at. urn.
Lecrore at 3?? p. aa. by J A. B?uerin? af
New Tort Barras Babia study at ?*? A?
aselowae. Seats fror.
COSMOPOLITAN
BAPTIST
Dr. Simon P. W. Drew
PASTOR
Every effort ?nil be trad, to get
every colored person In th? G?-iitrd
State? to subscribe to the Third
Liberty Loan
Syesaers.
TUESDAY, APRIL IS
(EMANCIPATION DAY),
CoDfr-etimaB Edward E. Brow??
aad W?liajB J. Gi-aktB
Natjoaaj Negra Cwi?, Spa.
Thla nation-wide Third Liberty
Loan drive campaign will b? ?trirtly
under tb? auapic?? of tb? Whit?
Cro?a Employment Bureau ef
Amari ca.
SUNDAY. APRIL 21.
CWP? Frank L ElUwortk
SpMks.
Every member of thi? oreramta
tlon and of the church will be ej
pected to be present at all the aers*
Ice?. at which there are to M
?perche? for th? Liberty Loan
Come, Listen and Help
Save America
?FROM THE WOES AND TER?
RORS THAT SMALLER AND
LESS PREPARED NATIONS
HAVE HAD TO GO THROUGH
WITH.
NOTICE
Article? aad adrertlalng for
Church Pas;? must ka? recele??
In thi? offlc? en Friday of eacb
weak by ? ? m- and not any later
than ? p. m_ If Impoaalbl? to ?et
In by ? p. m.
Advertising should b? sd
dreaaad "Religious Advert?ame
Manager.* while newa should be
addressed "Church Rdltor.
HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS AL
WAYS BRING RESULTS.
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