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NOI SEEKING APPRENTICES IstMCS Ce*H far YtMMg Men _hHW ? setti \% bd__--------' ammT __________ rXmmW** m tlafjCa mat ?. north tmrttio? fterttj by aoaant *>? a? th? ?e-ralry ss? ? Kg mutt. ?nctMs ajpW jants arm or wtth o?i trrlor nwfc ***-1t??_?_?? ?-aa-t, arno re-enlisted In Ute U. ?. Ma?***? Corpo, ha? Juat re covered from a iirtr? wound received m Bom Dontlnax during tb? revolution !r, tb. Dominion?? republic, upon which ??:?ton marina? were land??, to pro taot Am? riessi ?U _> He received a sasssssss1 <_*-M*s_sge at the time, but nil? ho get wan lo?t no ttaso In get He? bnaaz tte atrrtoe. as he Is ?ni loa? to eat to she game *i*_in. He was bora In St. Andrea, Italy, or A__B____n parentage. Tb? U. 8. Marine Corps yesterday reportad the following enlistments: Henry 9us_w?. Parker Apartments. Sixteenth and Park road; Harry fc.d ?vard Smith. 601 Carroll street. TaJcoraa Park; Harry Salisbury Christie. 16*? Hammond street northeast; Bernard Georg? Bauman. 1810 Calvert atreet: Hi?rh McDermott. U_l Thirty-third street norttnreat, and Vincent Gage. 1S4 Eighth street northwwrt. all of this city; Johnson Orrick. Baltimore. Md.: Jacob Michael Steel. New York '"iiy; Thorna? Walter Fred, Chat tan<x>ga. Tenn.; Edward Patrick Barry, Hettinser. N. Dak.; Albert Kd ward Humphreys, Duluth, Hinn ; William George Rabe, Brooklyn, N. Y ; William Clair Kane, Austin, Pa.; Thomas Meeban, Philadelphia, Pa.; Wilbur Wood/nil Jenkins. New fork City, and Richard Wellesley Cokt. Dallas. Tex. The main recruiting station of the navy, at 306 Ninth street northwest, ' yesterday reported the following re- ' -ent enlistments: Eugene Hines Phifer, 1G?G Summit placa nortjieast; William Luck Chinn, ? 51 Rhode Island avenue northwest: Richard Albert Hungerford, 1X6 G street northeast: Cabell Henry D?r rer. li*K Thirty-third street northwest, and Elmer Austin Extlow. 334 15 street mrtheaet, all of this city: Wal ter Peter O'Halloran, Charleston, Mass. ; Joseph Leopold Aul. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Simon Fishkin, New York City; William Fendali Mey?r, Riverdale. Md.; Reginald Barton White, St. Helena. Md. ; Peter Dolan, Fort Myer. | Va.; Robert McKinley Foster, Alex andria. Va ; Dwitfht Russell Ham mack. Dayton. Va., and William Clagett Seaborn. Leeland, Md. The following recent enlistments, were reported yesterday by the main recruiting station of the army. ?36 Pennsylvania avenue northwest: Mark A. Miller. 1738 Lamont street northwest; Thomas C. Dempsey. 2339 Ashmeade place: Harold J. Tierney. 1371 Irving street north west: Floyd W. ?"Jar?. 713 S street n?>rthwest, and Francis R- Cnambcr lain. 623 Seventh street northeast, all of this city; Troy E. Count.?, .Hanas?a?. Va : Jahn W. Rice. Homjhton. Mich.: Arthur Newton. Fort Rrley. Kas.: John Hurt. West Point, If. T.: William T. Miirnhin weg. Port Chester, N. T. ; Charles W. Hopes. Glens FaHs. N. Y.; Will iam N. Herndon. Frederlcksburg. Va-, and William C. Husted, Jean nette. Pa. Aretini Every Minute Premised by Y. W. C. A. Fer Program Tonight Frivolity, fashions, fortunas, food, playlets, songs, recitations, whistling solos, etc. These are a tew of the features ?hi?-, are to form the program at the T. W. C. ?.. 619 Fourteenth street nortnwtest, tonight, when the mem- I her? of tbe auoolatson hold their ! sating -robe The frolic is to begin at 7-50 a. m. An members and friend? of the asso- I -Usti?n are Invited to attend. Eren mere man will be admitted. Anyone who cfasras two eyes * are net raunctant to see a fhree-rtng cir rematn away, however, m eharge at tb? frolic ie o__re that ?rreat? wtW mere at Ugtit rvinjr speed. Ime fashion show is especiad to be one of tbe Mg features ef the even la?. W J. tyConnor ta to be one of tke sul ?sala *ar th? evening, while Mr?. David Ktaeheioe. wife of Repre sentative s-lneheloe. of Kentucky, is to ?mg. whistle and recite. PURELY PERSONAL items Thomas, an apprentice sea man, who has been stationed at New _pl*t. R. !.. Is visiting his home on North Capito! street. Francis Kerhy. of the Agricultural Department, has r?*c??t?red a promo tion. Julius Bensman. of the Government Printing Office, has resigned. <*Bevela?d Tracey Is visiting his home In Mulrkirk. Md. Pa-rtfk J. Knell, of Bfflngbam. III.. Is visiting friends In Tenattytown, D. C. Robert G. Murray, of the Geological Survey, has resigned. ? Elia A. Lake has accepted a posi tion with the O. S. Treasury Depart ment. A. S. Micheals. of this city, has ar rived home after spending a few days In New York. James S. Moore, of Dallas, Texas, waa recently appointed to a position with the War Department. James Myers, of the Treasury De partment. Is at his desk again, after a brief visit with relatives In Penn sylvania. John V. Cover, of the U. S. S. Chat tanooga, who has been attending pre paratory school In this city, left yes terday for New York, where he is to take the entrano? examination for Annapolis Arthur WlUett will return to his horn? here today, after a business trip to Cbleago. Coaa-Mt? MartJerer's Springfield, ill. April l?.?Governo?? Lewd?? h_s c?-mrnuted the aantcn?:?. of ????'-hirken Joe" Campbell, a negro, ta life imprimen ment on recemmenda <*_? nt tke hoard of pajwsna. Camp bed was eonvt-jtad of the murder of ?he wife of one-time Warden Allen, of tue Jo!l?t DaaJUatlary, ?d-w?? " to he Mn-red fa-Jay. ST. PAUL'S TO CELEBRATE; IS 75 YEARS OLD English Lutheran Church Today Holds Anniver sary Exercises. St Paul's English Lutheiar. Church, Eleventh and H streets northwest. will celebrale the 7Mh anniversary of its organisation today and tomorrow. The Chui-ph ?waa organised Easter Sunday montale, April 15, 1M3, and Is the oldest English Lutheran COngrega ST. PAUL,?!? KM.I IMI I.UTHERAX CHl-RCH, Eleventh and- H Streets Bev. JOHN T. Hl'DDLE, Pastor. tion In Washington. Since Its organ isation it has been served by seven pastors, two of the pastorates cov ering a period of fifty years. The late Rev. Dr. Qamuel Domer was pastor twenty-six years, and the late Bev. Dr. J. O. Butler twenty-four years. Historical Urtar? by l'sstor. The site for St Paul's Church was ilonated by Gen. John P. Van Ness in 1*13. The corner stone of the present liuilding was laid June 12, 1M4, and the completed structure was dedicated ? ictober 1, 1848. The exterior of the church was remodeled In 1881, and the Interior In 1888. The church is a historic one. having been attended by men famous in the history of the United States. The pro cession at the laying of the corner stone was led by the Marine Band, and among those who marched from the CTty Hall to Eleventh and H streets was John Qulncy Adams. The dedicatory exercises were witnessed : President James K. Polk, his wife, James Buchanan, Secretary of State, and members of the Cabinet, St. Paul's Church Is recognised as the mother church of English Luther anism In this city. Luther Place Me morial Church, the Church of the Reformation, and St. Mark's Lutheran Church, It is said, were all organised through Ms influence. The anniversary exercises will begin at 9:30 o'clock. In charge of Charles R. Rateman, Superintendent of tbe Sundav School. Addresses will be made by George W. TJnkins, Lucius D. Alden and Dr. H. H. Seltser. for mer superintendents of the-"School. At 11 o'clock the anniversary ser mon will be delivered by Rev. H. H. Weber. D. D.. eecretary of the Board of Home Missions and Church Ex tension of the Genoral Synod, t'nder the direction of Miss Lydia ?. Suman, president of the (Christian Endeavor Society, brief talks will bo given by former presidents of the society at 7 o'clock In the evening. Gew. Van Tteaa Site. Bev. John T. Huddle. D. D.. pastor of the church, will deliver a historical lecture at 8 o'clock. The talk will be illustrated with stereopticon slides showing views of early Washington, old church exteriors. Interiors, pas tors, prominent members, council, choir, organizations and class groups, besides pictures of the boys of the congregation now In military and naval service. Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock a platform meeting will be held In the ? hurch auditorium, with Dr. Huddle presediag. The program will consist of the reading of letters and histori cal dicuments; remarks by A. F. Fox. president of the church council: greet ings from local Lutheran pastors, and reception and refreshments In the lec ture room. Rer. John T. Huddle. D. D.. the pastor. Is a Virginian by birth; waa educated at Roanoke College, Vir ginia, and at the Lutheran Theologi cal Seminary at Gettysburg, Pa. He served for eight years as associate pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Philadelphia. The degree of Doctor of Divinity waa conferred upon him in 1?14 by Pennsylvania College. Gettysburg. Pa. He began his duties as pastor of St Paul's Church. February *,, 1904. THE TOWN CRIER. Tlie Recedale Harden class will meet at Noel House. 1?*,3 Kraemer place northwest. Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. Heetleg ef tke Woman Waae Earners' Association will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, at 7114 ? street northwest Miss Jen net te Carter, president, will preside and Mrs. Julia Mason Layton. will deliver an address. The Colaaabia Historial Society will meet Tuesday evening at s o'clock in the gold room of the .Shoreham Hotel. Allen C. Clark will address the meeting. Aaaual Raaquet of Anointed High Priests' Association will be held Tuesday evening. April 30, In the banquet hall of Masonic Temple. Thirteenth street and New York avenue northwest. Past President C. F. Roberts will have charge of the entertainment. Regalar meetla* ?( The Trinasi? Club will be held tonight at 8 o'clock, at Pythian Temple, 1012 Ninth street northwest. Meaat Pleasaat Clttseae* Associa tion will hold its regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock, at the Brown Betty Inn, Park Road and Sixteenth street northwest. The Mlaaaarl Seelety will ?wee? tonight at the Mew Ebbitt Hotel at S o'clock. Breckenride Long, third assistant secretary of State, will address the meeting. \nasal Sia.r .t ?he ?asblaal... Branch of the Alumni Association of the College of the City of New Votk will be held In the Cosmos ?'!*ib, tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. Jamea A. EdaertM, ?resldeat at the International New Thought Al liance, will speak Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, on "The Laaw of Suc cesi.* at the Eagle's Wings, (09 sCleTtnth street northewtsd RELIGIOUS REVIEW ?. ?. ?. ?. Mews. The T. M. C. A. Gospel team will ?a to Baltimore nest Sunday, under the leadership of Pace McK. Etchlson, ? eliglous work director ot the local T. M. C. ?.. to hold three evangelistic ?ervtcea at the Lowe Memorisi Meth odist Protestant Church. The pastor of this church ia Rev. W. A. Melvin. formerly pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church of thla city. The team will be composed of Homer J. Councilor, speaker: William B. Blake, trombone soloist: Mrs. Etchlson, so loist, aad Mra. Councilor, pianist The Sleman Gospel team of the T. M. C. A. will have charge of the evening service at the Whitney Ave nue Christian Church. There will be a duet by Miss Flora Briggs and Miss Hasel Spring; Mortis Fitzgerald will be the tenor soloist snd W. Halght will play the organ. The address will be delivered by ?Charles K. Hoover. Calvary ?. B. Dr. James Shera Montgomery, who has just returned from a tour ot the South and Southwest in the Interest of the Third Liberty Loan, under the di rection of the Secretary of the Treas ury, will teach the Men's Bible Class of the Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday ,9:39 a. m. Miss Mary Jacobs will sing a contralto solo, "Like as the Hart Deslreth," by Allei seli. New Though?. Miss Freda Steifen, contralto, will sing "Just for Today" at the meeting of the International New Thought Al liance at the Eagle's Wings, .?09 Eleventh street northwest, Sunday at 4 p. m., Miss Julia Huggins at the piano. Metropolltao Baptist. At the Metropolitan Baptist Church. Sixth and A streets northeast, "Mak ing Democracy Safe for the World" will be the morning subject of Pastor John Compton Ball, snd in the evening ha ' will speak on "The White Comrade." On Tuesday evening, April Ha. the of ltcers and teachers of the Bible school ?ill hold their monthly meeting, at which time there will be a debate on "Resolved, That Peter's Character Transcends that of Paul." The af firmative will be represented by Mr. Stokeiy Northcutt and Miss Lillian Kastendyke, and the negative by Mr. Harry Gross and Miss Ethel Coffin. Flea? (eagregatloaal. At the First Congregational Church. \Tenth and G streets northwest, the se lections of music for Sunday will be us follows: 11 a. m., organ prelude. "Cantilene" (Plerne); anthem. "O for the Wings of a Dove" (Mendelssohn); incidental solo, Mrs. Smart; offertory, quartet, "God Is Love" (Shelley): or ejan postlude, "Jubilate Deo" (Silver.) 7.30 p. m., organ prelude, "American Fantasia" (Lord): "Where Dusk Gath ers Deep" (Stebblns); "Barcarolle" iFaulkes); chorus, "The Heavens Are Telling*" (Haydn.) 8 p. m.. anthem. "No Shadows Yon der" (Gaul); offertory, selection by the Hampton Institute Quartet; organ postlude. march, "Aida*? (Cerdi). Organist snd chair director. William Stansfield. Quartet and chorus of fifty voicea Vaumtry Kpworth. Foundry Epworth League will con duct its regular monthly "at-home" service tomorrow evening at 6:46 o'clock. The subject will be "Paying Investments." The soloists will In clude Misses Helen *?*. Kdgar, Mae L. Cross and Paul H. Firestone. This order of service is one of the league's specialties and Is featured by voluntary responses on the part of the young people interspersed with in spiring musical numbers. I'nder the direction of the third de partment with Miss Nellie Ernst as ?iiairman. the league will conduct the devotional service at Gospel Mission oa Wednesday evening The April social of the league will be held in the church parlors on the evening of the 23d. See-alar Lessar. "Modern Foreign Literature and Art" is the subject of an address to he made at the meeting of the Wash ington Secular League at Pyth.an Temple, Sunday, at 3 p. m., by Joseph Kling, editor-ln-chlef of the Pagan, a literary monthly published In New York City. The address will be fol lowed bv an open-forum discussion of tne subject. The meeting will be open to the public. ???lath Street Christina. At the Ninth Street Christian Church on Sunday morning, Chaplajn Howard C. Lash, of the United States Navy, will speak of religious work on a battleship. As many of the sixty MIDNIGHT CREW GIVES PLEDGE TO AMERICA John A. Dugan Tells Merry Revel ers All Must Help U. S. The liberty banquet of the Midnight Crew of the F. T. A. Society, In the "'Imperial" Gardens, was opened and closed by speeches in support of the third liberty loan by two newspaper | men?Kirk Miller, of the Evening Star, and John A. Dugan, of the j Washington Herald. "In years before when we met." Mr. Miller told the ex-revelers, "it I was for frivolity and gaiety. Tonight i we have facing us a tremendous war. ; and it is the duty of every one pres ? cnt to stand in whole-hearted support behind the president, who has looked ? the foes of democracy irr the face and ! pronounced their sentence of death." Applause lasting almost three min i utes greeted his remarks. j Mr. Dugan closed the Hooverixed luncheon with the following: ' "We'll back up the Government this ? year to the full extent of our ablli ; ties and when the time for our next ? annual gathering rolls around, I hope ? it may be to celebrate the downfall of Prussianlsm. and to congratulate each other for the part which our dollars invested In liberty bonds played In that downfall." Patriotic songs, by Miss Clara Necker, Prof. Samuel Dimisa, and In strumental selections by Prof. An thony Letlna, Harry Malevovltch, featured the program. Messrs. Lempsesis, Costas and Nich olson scored a big hit with vocal renditions of famous songs. The following are the officers of the club: F. H. Kramer, president; F. Harrison, vice-president; A. Bakas. second vice-president; George Nichol son, secretary, and George Dracopou los, treasurer. Heirs Will Contest Collection of Tax Lexington, Ky., April 12.?It Is stated here that the heirs of Mrs. | Robert W. Blngham, one-time Mrs. Henry M. Klagler. headed by Mrs. Laurence Lewis, of New York City, and the Kenans, of New York State. I brothers of Mrs. Blngham, will fight | thePcollection by Kentucky of 93,100,000 ? inheritance tax on the G?,???,??? es *?* *?, . Herald's Sunday Sermon. The Herald's Sunday Sermon will be written by the Rev. John Compton Ball, pastor of the Met ropolitan Baptist Church, Sixth and A streets northeast. Dr. Ball will write on the serv ice flags in the windows of Washington homes and their sig nificance in regard to the Bible. six men who hav? entered the service from thl? chureh are In the navy, this talk will be of extreme Interest to their relatives and friends. It should Interest all to know of the work along religious lines the government is do ing for our sailor boys on board ship. At night the pastor. Rev. George A. Miller, will preach on "Lessons from the Destruction of the Cathedral at Rhelms." Meeting;? ?t Kplpk-a, Chtareh ? mu?a* Week. A Joint meeting of the Boards of Religious Education of the Province and Dleoese of Washington and the Washington Sunday School Institute, will be held In the parish hall of the Church of tho Epiphany. 1317 (1 street northwest, Tuesday evening, April 16, at g o'clock. The flr?t speaker will Be the Rev. Howard W. Dlller, execu tive officer of the provincial board of religious education, on the subject. "The- Program and Projects of tho Provlndsl Hoard." The second speak er will be the Rev. E. P. Dandrtdge, rector of St. Paul's Church, Lynch burg, Va., and his subject will be "Re ligious Education in Wartime." Mr. Dandridge Is a newly elected member of the provincial board. Th? public meeting will be preceded by a meeting of the provincial board's committee on Sunday school work, the provincial Sunday school commission, at 8t. Alban's Guild Hall, Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues northwest, from 2 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon. Wed nesday, April 17. at the same place, there will be an all-day meeting of the provincial board. The province of Washington includes the eleven dio ?eses tn the States of Pennsylvania. Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. ? Uur.h ef the loiniit. Dr. Charles Wood preaches three times at the 4"*hurch of the Convenant Sunday. The afternoon service Is for children. The Children of the Ameri can Revolution will be special guests of the children of the church. The topic of the talk is the "America That Is To Be." The evening topic Is, "Washington's Claims on the Newcomer." ?.rare Baptist. Pastor F. W. Johnson's subect Sun day night at 8 o'clock in the Grace Baptist Church. Ninth and D streets southeast, will be "Young Men and the Crimson (*up." The church will observe Liberty Bond Sunday and do Its best to push forward the sale of bonds. Strangers are welcome. AU seats are free. Christian Endeavor. ?Upon the suggestion of Dr. Howard Gross, first vice president of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, ?nd until recently connect???, with the Food Administration, the Christian Endeavor Union of the District of Co lumbia has formulated plans for a contest among the various societies in the interest of food conservation. The contest will commence at 9 o'clock on the morning of April 22 and .will close at 9 o'clock on the evening of June --. All results must be at Christian Endeavor headquarters, 1325 G street northwest, before 6 o'clock on the evening of June 25. The object of the. contest is to encourage the can vassing of the city by endeavorers in order to obtain as many pledgee as possible for the observance of wheat less meals and the production of vege tables which can be stored for winter use. In rating the societies, two points will be given to a society for each wheat less meal pledged. Ten points will be given to a society for every back-yard garden, and thirty points will be given for every vacant lot garden prepared and maintained by its members. In order to obtain these ratings it will be necessary to devote at least one-half of the space to vegetables which can be stored for use next winter. The three prizes will be presented to the winning so cieties at the July union meeting. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Vermont Avenue Christian Church will have a State rally tomorrow U. S. SENATOR STONE STILL SERIOUSLY ILL The condition of Senator Stone, of Missouri, who suffered a paralytic stroke a few days ago, remains about the same. His physicians hope for his recovery, although he is still very ill man. Yesterday, his son, Kimbrough Stone, United States Circuit judge of the Eighth Appellate Division, with headquarters in Kansas City, and his daughter, Mrs. Joseph W. Parkinson, of St. Joseph, Mo., arrived to be with their father. ONLY CLASS A MEN DESIRED FOR DRAFT TO SERVE OVERSEAS CO.NT1NLKD J*BOM PAGE ONK. the next call In proportion to the number of men in Class 1. This 1* avowedly to protect districts ?vhlclt have granted large numbers of indus trial exemptions. An amendment, in support of which President Wilson wrote a letter, pro vides thet each district shall have credited to it all the volunteers who have entered military or naval serv ice since the beginning of the war. These Opposing. Opposition came chiefly from agri cultural districts, the representa tives of which charged that their young men would be called on In heavier proportion to fight becauae of the lighter calls on the districts where war work had resulted in industrial exemptions. Debate turn ed on the fairness of this plan. "The very theory of the selec tive draft," said Representative Lenroot, of Wisconsin, making his first House speech since his elec tion to the Senate, "is that the men we can spare shall go to the front and that those who remain shall be used to thc best advantage to winning the war. "If we were considering only the abstract fairness of the proposal, 1 should vote for the amendment providing that every district should produce an equal amount of men. It Is true that the workman In the shipyard Is not so glorious a figure as the man in the trench, and per haps not so deserving of praise, but h? 1? just aa useful from the na tion's standpoint." evening at 7 o'clock. Tbe subject for th? evening wiU be -What Christian Endeavor Ia Doing in My state." Each State will have a reserved sec tion in the Endeavor room, and there promises to be some lively competi tion between the groups from the dif ferent States. Frappe will be served from 4:15 until 7 o'clock. This society hss been serving tea and frappe for the past few months, and It haa proven very helpful In getting stran gers acquainted. The Christian Endeavor Society of St Paul'? Lutheran Church will take part tomorrow evening In the cele bration of the seventy-fifth anniver sary of that church. Short speeches will be made by the ex-president and other past officers of the society. The musicai program will be furnished by Mb? Helen Harper and Miss Esther Ltnkins, sopranos; Mr. Adolph A. Schlichting. clarinetist, of the Engi neers' Band, and Miss Louie Dale Leeds, aa accompanist. This society will celebrate Its twenty-eighth birth day in 1918. The regular monthly business meetfng was held one even ing during the week on the grounds of tbe Lutheran Home for the Aged In Langdon and was followed by an entertainment in the Home parlors for the old folks, and a hike back to town. Ceateaalal Baptist < fcureh. "Waa Jesus Baptized V is the Rev. E. Hex Swem's subject in the Centennial Baptist Church tomorrow night This service will be follow ed by baptisms. In the morning the subject of his sermon will be "Lake-lessons." Venaeat Aveaae ChrlaUaa. "The White Christ" will be the subject of the sermon of Rev. Dr. Earle Wilfley at the Vermont Ave nue Christian Church tomorrow morning. His topic for the even ing sermon will be "The End of the War?N*ot When but How." A tea will be given Sunday after noon at 6:15 by the Endeavor So ciety to newcomers and strangers in the city and will be followed at 8 o'clock by the Christian En deavor meeting. These meetings will be held at the church, Vermont avenue, north of ? street. The sura of $2.410 has been sub scribed by members of this church during the past two weeks to the special fund which is being secured for the educational, missionary and benevolent work of the Disciples. A considerable number of the sub scibers prescribed that their gifts should be used for tbe purchase of bonds of the Third Liberty Loan, to be held In the Invested funds of the receiving organization. Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team To Visit Baltimore Tbe Y. M. C. A. gospel team will go to Baltimore tomorrow, under the leadership of Page McK. Etchlson. re ligious work director of the Wash ington association, to hold three evan gelistic services at the Uwe Memo rial Methodist Protestant Church. The pastor of the church is Rev. W. A. Melvin, former pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church of this city. The team is composed of Homer J. Councilor, speaker; William B. Blake, trombone soloist: Mrs. Etchl son, soloist and Mrs. Councilor, pian ist. Y. M. C. A. IN CHARGE. The Sieman Gospel Team of she Y. M. C. A. will have charKe of the even ing service at the Whitney avenue Christian Church tomorrow. Misa Flora Briggs and Miss Hazel Spring will sing duets. Morris Filzcerald. tenor, will sing and W. Haight will play the organ. Charles K. Hoover will make the address. "QUIET TALKS" BEGIN SECOND WEEK Hundreds of people have been in attend ance daily this week upon Mr. S. D. Gor don's "Quiet Talks" !n the First Congre g a t i ? n a 1 Church. De spite the rough weather which has overshadowed the week the people have come in sur prising num bers, men sometimes outnumbering the women. The meetings are very simple in chsracter, an old hymn or two, a bit of prayer, a few lines out of the old Book, then the "Quiet Talk," brief, homely, warm, practical, then a softly sung verse and the dismission, the whole being held sharp to time. 12:13-1. The atmosphere is restful, quiet >*et stimulating. Men say they go back to the commonplace tug of things stim ulated and refreshed. It is a *?u?y man's meeting. People slip quietly and quickly in as they can. and out as they must, though the greater number remain through. The second week. April IS to *"0, the general topic is to be "Quiet Talks" on "Prayer Changes Things." The daily topics are: Monday, April IS, "Prayer Changes Things; the Fac'." Tuesday, 1?. "Why Prayer Doesn't Change Things." Wednesday, 17. "Why It Takes So Long for Prayer to j Change Things. Sometimes." Thurs day, 18, "Jesus' Changed Prayer, or Hammering Prayer Into shape on the Anvil of the Knees." Friday, 1?, "How Prayer Does Change Things that.Are Changed." Saturday, 20, "How to Be come Skilled in Changing Things Through Prayer." Washington is the fourth city of the Eastern Seaboard to have this unique series of noontime "Quiet-Talks" services within little over a year. In Philadelphia they ran seven weeks, m New York eight weeks, five weeks in Baltimore, and for ten weeks last summer In a boardwalk theater at At lantic City, with the crowds coming from almost every State in the Union, and many from foreign lands. Mr. Gordon's Illustrations, which are a distinctive feature, are drawn from his travels and observations In all parts of Europe and Asia where his work took him. for four years preced Ing the war._ CHURCH NOTICES. SPIRITIills M. The First Spiritualist Church ?HA?UTBn HOl'g-BS. Lecture br the pastor, Alfred H. Terry, Sun at 8 p. p?., folios???! by spirit mtaate. at Pyth ian Tempi?, 1012 *>tb St. nw. Seance in sani? hall Thursday nicht AT FLYNN'9 HALL. 8th snd ? n... nw.. Sunday earning st ? o'clock Be?. G. I.?al Artliaa, noted test nvpdinm, will demonstrate Spiritnaliain, ii?e ?spirit laeseec^, answer ????? tions. Privale litUags dailr at Sis studio at th? halt_ THK SALVATION mill. THE SALVATION ARMY INDUSTRIAL HOMK FOR MEN. IS Pa. ase. nw. Meet iaas: Sunday, in.*? ?. a? : Thurasl?. ?? p. a.. Climbers' Ts?fiir Tiail?)?. t p. a?. Other? in chaise, SUIT Captami and Un. APsn Nelli. Phone Main ???? fy. ?Thurch m WHY GO TO CHURCH? In present dark surroundings and in all calamities, the church is the institution that holds the torch of hope. It teaches us in these hard pressed days how to regard our enemies; and as well to remember that all redemption comes through suffering. a9sr HUNDREDS IN ATTENDANCE DAILY -*?*? QUIET TALKS By Mr. S. D. GORDON FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 10th and G Sta. N. W. s ?Hjr * oorlf?) *?f Tru?tr*>a.t SIX WEEKS?APRIL 8-MAY 18. INTERDENOMINATIONAL. Every Noon, 12:15-1:00, Sharp -Second Week: "Prayer Changes Thing*" -Monday, April IT??**Prayer t bang??? T-lafgai The Keel.** Turada?.. April la?-Why Prayer ?er.n't 4_-_?- ? ? .... U?-dn?-ari_>. April 17?-Why It lake. s. Lean tor I'njrr te ?Ba?ar Thln_a. ?omnia??-. " Th-ra-ay. April 1?*?'?Jeana* ( -an_rd Prayer, or llaaiaiertaK Prayer Into ?hap? on the Anvil of the ri?era." Friday. April ia?-Ilo?? Prayer Doe. (hanar Talares That Atre < hanardl ?he I adrrljla. I nadKloa? ' Saturday. April 34??-llovt to Breemr Skilled In ?hen-la? Thlnaa Thr-ssk Prayer.** IT COME IN WHEN YOU CAN -***? WSr SUP OUT WHEN YOU MUST SM REV. FRANK W. GUNSAULUS, D. D. Of Chicago America's Greatest Pulpit Orator Will Speak on "THE PRESENT CRISIS" At 8 o'Clock Monday Evening, April 15th. Mr. John Poole, Chairman Liberty Loan Committee, Will Preside First Congregational Church Corner 10th and G Sts. N. W. Admission Free Everybody Welcome CHURCH OF THE COVENANT Connecticut Avenue and ? Street DR. 4 II till.G? Win? 11. Minister ?"?rescues 11 ?. M . St? P. M and H to I'.e." 8?"Washington's THIRD WELCOME NIGHT? Tuesday, April 16. 7:4s? For Newcomers to Washington. G. M. 3:30?"The America That Is Claim ?t? the Kewcomer." Program?Acquaintance WHO'S WHO TAGS. Refreshment?. "Do You Know" Half Hour Election of Officers. Announcement of Committees. Reports of Plans. Voting on Name o? Club. Sute Organization Plana. State Songs. Group Singing?Fun. . Persons of All Faiths Invited. CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD ? dupont cnarasri.-?s8? LUDOLF G. SHROEDER, Pastor. SPEAKING TO THOSE WHO THINK, AT 3 AND 8 ? M. 3 P. M.?"THE ORIGIN OF DISEASE AND ITS DIVINE CURE." 8 P. M.?"THE DIVINE LAW OF LIBERTY." A LIBERTY LOAN APPEAL. Have vou ircely given ' Thc love oi libi'rty surely i? of God. If, even in tlic spiritual sense, the word of (".od dearly speaks, "Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ has set you free," should not the same edict apply to us as free Americans, lovers of the liberty which our fathers so dearly bought for us, lovers of our native sou? Stand last in our liberty! SEATS Kill I . >4? Ctll.l.KrTIOJt. UNIT AMAN. G.??*G4??\?.. All SoDlt? Church "Z^C'^' IT.YSSES <;. ? riEBCE. I? , Mnm?er. 4 4?% ?.HI.I. ATI?? ? * I DR. GORDON'S SUBJECTS FOR SUNDAY, APRIL I.D. Ko<_etetW. Ir 14TH. 11 ?. M? "Rockefeller aad A? Sacrament of Baptisa." MSS^Dr. Gordon's Chautauqua lecture on "Sutxess** will be dis tributed at the morning senne S f. M.->-"Fre<Jer?ck tke Crea?, tke Fatker of Kaiseris?**." BV^Tke Fanons Hampton la? ?tirate Qmartet will sing at the evening service First Congregational Church Ctner Teatfc aad G Sta. N. W. INGRAM MEMORIAL Mk ??????? * MA--, avi: n r. Lrai. E. Purduin, mini???. ?Jf> s rr e m. dar tUKW. W a. m . ??t a B He Cam ? a. m., an?. by peau??. ? r. n. of serrire fias. Ad-?r-sa rn Senator HAU'IV.. ef Ohm. G?|.???????\ N. Y. Are. Presbyterian Church N. Y. Are., IM aad H Sta, I>R. WAULACX RADCLTITE. PaMor Music lai by Qn.r??? 11:C? a RealrlIWr a I a,f?r -Dr. ammonm. S.00 p. m?-Ta?? saMier'a ? ? s 3? a. m.?Miai?? .?.mi. *:*i n. m.???Bail Risle 4 laaaee. ?5 4 F. p m.?4 krtatlaa l.4rai?i s?. ?rle4j. tTmfia?n 3 Bi.ii a?? neacnns-rs ????t??.?1.. Garley Menor?a! Presbyter?ai Chvch. '??h ?nrl MrKIMAN -TT.F,KT*v ?? t NIMIO MI&SKAMP. M V. G*?*?*?. Sl-*oal srrm-m itllm **uhj^t : "T1 *\ ?1 nrrtA "iftir ? Arri! ti? "The Ma-stt-r, Ht? G?**?p?_? ?-??.? ?1 ?n-4 April S? '"???-Gt, tV > r??t et Ita Attd.og Valu?*." May $-"H-?ai4?n. fHtf A?--ira11?-? ?r | Mar 12 -Tbe Imrd * R>-i.n. IU Marn-r a 4 Purpna* Urs. Krbrt H->R - 'a? -?a??.t. aorrarn s-mtm ist: Mr. William E. R nu?? L-ra.tr. pr-exux ami t*enr a ?lotet : Mr Wilk-m nu Oe WV ? > ?????* and a?-*rt_Qp*ni-ii, ihani?* <j? tW 1 ***. Minn? Band, itwroer1?} wr**i t*? ?*???t*??1''* ? Opt-ra Howp Orch*_r-tra and I <*? item Y'TC Syraphraiyi : Mr?. 3 Harr-t ' nnniaghae. targar-? ?? and aorofc?*:.?**,. QaarVd ??? harp at 4p?r-n:t_cr aTfitT. Mraofpra ?rordialtr m^?rcaJirP?'.. West ?Street Church G Mrr-A. n-^r BKV. JAMES T. MABnHAU.. I? P. I'????*. ? *4*>, Sun?iaT BdMal; ?ppnai ht?it? f<>r e*ir ?Sien*. ?. G. ?. 7 JO. ?ei-ii. ai aa-i rhotn_a. B\PT1ST. Firft Baptist ?aar fo frame 'ClftrJm Wl.-r* atrat-f?n f>-r**t at konr. Miniar.r. R#??. W W M-Ma* ?t. gi*-tn?pt CMr, AB mtrnls li**? n-?-a roNtjt f_Rf_n nxtpi.?: ? i-O? p. m. -? THK TASK ?? THK (WTn-? *>r*5 ?_ m.?BiW-p actienl. with > Iaaaa? for al 7 >Jfl p m ?i'. E. etWaf-tv a RMH-tttlC ??vpc?-*? u f-r ynnng peopk, a t**ordiai *w*'k-oe?e bwq-^4. unce Dapiist ??__,_,?*., r w. johnsh?: litt? * W Pe W?? Go trt Ctanvt_?" ???-???a??? ??? and th? Oinrami fop - --taanccTa always irelcmee. Fifth liTH I ? ?tra, 9:45 a. m.. Si;n?l*y t???,.1. CU** tnr llw COmiiarili?? blU'lj of 1??-1?.?.??, sud _jncna?i Slu?ly 1'l.iw. 11 a. in., mortJns apt?'*?*-. ..'?-h 1> Ho?. J"lia H. Latfaiop. ?it Brookl.Mi. N. V. Th??re is tUo kinderjzArtcD during Ihe bour of mosnin. wonUir. i p. m.. Utairal n-'li.io?;.?. G???? will Ye At hocn. to ytain. j-orlo. I>. Mirrili K. ?iattA formar prmdent of Ambirsi l'oli?*??, ?ill .r?-t. bis mbjrtrt Deist "Tbr New Spirit in Ihe INart ry of the U'At." CHRISTIAN SCIKSCK. St. John's Church, REV. ROLAND <-??TT?1N SMITH. D. D. REV. KimAKIl MJtTEK Ill'SLAP. M. A. KEV. Gt'lRUE WILLIAMSON SMITH. U. D ??n? a m-HOLT ?'????G??1?. 9 Ii ?. in I 'HI'liCH SI'NIIAY MH?K?I. ??? ?. ? M'I?MN?; PHATER AMI StR ?? I? 4:15 |v ai.-EVENING PRATER AND SER ?? ?? Wrdnr???*?? and PridA.?? Serrice of lntercr. ..iou at I-:**? r. in. Tlnirsda??Hoi. Communion lit coon. AD Souls' Memorial, alu AM' AVE?. First 4 knrrh of I'brlsl, Sri??.list. of Wailiington, Culumbia rd. and Eut-lal at ?tMKSsd Churrh of C'hrlat. Sciential, of Washington, ljtb and It ets. nw. Third 4'hnrch of ?siria?. Selentlsl, of WasliiiHcton. II Jackson place. suhjr.li -AHI SI*?. DISEASE A>D DEATH REAL?*? SERVICES: Sondar. 11 a. m. and B r. m. SUNDAY SCHOOLS,: Kiml and Beoosd Cburehea. 11 a. m ; Third rh'iivli. ?:li a. m. WEDNESDAY SVENINO MEETING. ? p. m. READING ROOMS: Colorado Enildin., I4lh and G ?ta Hour?. ?0 to J. (Wednodav, 10 to T, and Suudaj, IJIi lo 5_0I. lire Adams Mill rd. n? Hours. ? lo 9 (eiccpt Wednesday evening. Sundays an.1 holid?A). 148 East Capitol tt- Hours, M lo 5 (eicept Suii''.ii\3 ard bol?davelj_ CHRISTIAN. Ninth Street Christian Chvch s. s Nun h and II Street? ?. E. GEORGE A. MILLER. Paator. ?:n>? n?on*?n- ? rriee, II; c,??.ing, 7?'? HCa fL? *-_: SIXTH AMI H St. Christian sts b. w. rRI?TilN A. CAVE. Pastor. S. S., 10: moiiilng serrice. 11: ?rarning, T:43 V. T?. C. A. ?p; r A ?1? FOl-RTEF.NTH . W. C. A. ?TttELT. Veaper senKv 4 J? ? SB. 4?i?ahri Mrs. Joseph?? Daoiels. ? The Rer. ?. ?. ?. STERRt-TT. Kevlor. *l!ie ReT. J. ??? ?t?.?? Sierren, Il.D., tue li et? Reel or. **.li a. rn,-Sunday ..'hoot. lltIO a. m.?Morning prayer and serai,. ??0 p. m.-Erenmg aerricc. ??? C_>_.k_.'a >t>l"RTEENTH AND oi. oiepnen s cou mria road. KKV. Q*SO*taC P- Ill'DLEY. RWTllR SERVICES-;_?. 11 A. M.. and ? G M. C. |_.L_?_ (lieorgetoan rarishl. _H. JOnn S im,, ii ST N. Va. REV I HltlSTOrHK.lt G SPARLING Rector flmfcss, r_s and 11 a. si.. ? JO p. m St. Mark's THIRD AMI A Mil "TH EAST. KEV. C. R. STETSON. Rector. Semce?. 7 "''. 11 a re , And S p. sa Ct ? P. *-*?' t-TRll-T NEAR M. rani S Washington circle. REV. RiiRERT TALBOT, D.D SERVICES. 7_?. ?. 11 A. M.: RECTTOR. ?_"> P. M. E. -ear 7th at, urn. ?Soitaaf. Cwnrs, timl. Re. Jno E Bnjn ?nil pre..a II and ':?_. Mr. J. J. Darlington vin lacls-A at lh? B. T. P. G T p. m. All --?lcorne. E. Her Hm_ aak.: "Was Jeso. Ra;?_? *** ? p. n, ??????r> Pre?? chair.. s?'*t, ?loud tunging. 11 a. m.. "Lake leamn.. * letinial Rap? C|, M, and E; e he METHODIST EPlS<OPAI_ Petworth M. E. Church Gfan' Orrt??? and N*-ar Plan.r-1?-?*? a?*? ? O. D-US VILUAJM?. MmJa'-r * .? a. w. -?linda? Mtaal, G ?*" a. M.->wTnxr?a. .M p. an.? EparoriU I?a-*aati?. ** ? ??.- ?SMmmeSm, -?+? ? m soiial in th?? rh-ip??1 OTHER SERVICE?. ~ S0CUL1STS NtiHTHW^T TOMlTIsrtORT MILITARY TRAININO G?? '?K KO ?^?t-?G?? rey ?,,. Mania l__ *? IV>r?>ctnwp Hocialm Hall, SU E Mir?* Mtr'V msmt, ""?n-iay aiutai, 9 *? riork. The Chaaahrp? iaiu htll (-ompeline y<iuun-? niw luidrr [-ma?t-f of Ktarration to autwnit lo tW militariMs' ?-n?* n'i-timi of -rdnoit??n ?ili t? Bit?*???**?*-??!. ' !KK laANO ANI> <?i\WliimON ? ?ili il?.? h* < mmnSmtemt. ?"li iIm* ut-**?t inf-tmiatma ni-?-* tlif Mini 1"< in mn?ai-4Ptit lar lruili ???< ??*>, 4p>< ? ? ??-?* 'A ?? lAUsT l.V'.lSl-ATi'K - KXPUU FN?K. IN THK NKW YORK STATK ? ? PTTTT" AT ALBANY ' h th.? mibjt,-? ,' % l?*turc to l-c mvi-fi hi Win inn Morrw G? ?(?*^? Iwiim t*t S~m \nnn. at Hor?al-if? Ha? *?? <M tMMdav iiv". April 17. at f o'rlnrk. Mr M? ?mhauaa m 4i?r of tt?c ??bW-iw Ko tal?? .*1--.??? tnom New York ?*itT tn 11k? N--w York 1in,i_l_i ture. ??? foi-fiHTl? 1i?t<1 in. *? a-tuntl??**, !S.?a?^uat?r-i'IY-:??vv^TvMi;,*: "MODERN FOREION IJTERATT'Br AND ART"- address ha Mr. Joseph Kline, erlitoian ,-liMSf of "Tlte Pagan " Dianwaioei. \??.m 14 I? I? llllll I -MIIIM. Me,?! el MB Ninth m nw. !.c.-turr at ? r. ?a. by \4. E. Van Anitairgh. of HraoklTn. Beeean alud) at ":45 p. an. All ?e4o?a_e. saats free. r> en I NINTH AND D ijrace ennren ?t-. s?inu?i-sT. Rer. MEADE BOl.TON MA?BRVHE, R-cler. r?TTices, II a. ru. and ? p. m. Holy c on inn, Mio?, l'irsi Sunday at 11 a as.. lltird Simda.r at 7? a. n. _ St. Andrew s Church ? ?, >-. w. REV. 3. J. DIMOS. Ris*?. Holy ??mmuninn: ?3?. cnlldians s?nke: 11, _Kjtuin_ sarrios. Hair Ciissssisin? and sgrassa; I, rrenlng pravrr aad Brr-ns, NOTICE Articles snd sdvertlslns; (or Church Par* mUKt b?e r?<?elr?r_ In this offic? on Krliajr of <?ncn week by * p. SB, sna not any later than ? p. m . if Impossibl* to r?? In by * p. m. Advertlsln. should bs sd drssssd "Rsllclous AdrtrtlstBS Manacsr," while news afcould be Addressed ~Ctturc* KdHor."