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OF CHURCHES Interdenominational Organ ? ization Opens Sessions Tuesday. ?- ~~ I ? It is expected that President "Wil son, although it will be Cabinet day. will be present during one of the ' sessions of the General War-Time. Commission of the Churches, whicn ? holds its annual meeting next Tues iay at the New York Avenue Pr?s? ?yterian Church. 3 This interdenominational organiza tion is made up ot twenty-flve war ! work agencies of the churches and ?nore than JjO representatives from til parts of the I'nited States are m be present. The aim is to co ordinate and unify the work of all nt the Protestant churches in col lection with the war. It is to uphold the morale of our ? toldiers and sailors and furnish the "fortitude born of great courage anil lofty spiritual ideals," that the Gen eral War-Time Commission of th? Churches was organized last Septein Jer. List of Speakers. Among the speakers at the morning * and afternoon sessions will be Third Assistant Secretary of War F. P. Kep pel. Hon. Raymond B. Foadick. chairman of the Commission on Train mttit Camp Activities: Bishop William 'am. McDowell, chairman of the General ^?ommittee on Army and Navy Chap . lains. and Dr. Charles S. Macfarland. general secretary of the Federal Coun cil of the Churches of Christ in Amer ica who has just returned from a spe cial mission to France. The evening session will be a meet ing open to the public, at which the Secretary of the Navy. Dr. Robert ? Speer, chairman of the General War Time Commission of the Churches: the Bishop of Oxford, the Rt. Rev Charles Gore, and Dr. Harry Erne - son Fosdick. lately returned from France, will be the speakers. The main topics of the morning and afternoon sessions are: The report of the commission con- ? cerning its year's work. The religious and moral problems? of the Army and the Navy, including : a presentation of the work of the ? chaplains, of the church's part In car- | Tying out the government program ! against social vice and disease, the church's part in carrying out the Gov-1 ernment's program for relief, and con- ? ditions In the Army abroad. The new problems confronting the ? church on account of the war. I The war and the religious outlook. | The program of .the church for the future. PICNIC PLANNED FOR WOMEN WAR WORKERS Want Volunteers to Gather Nuts for Gas Masks. ? Sunday picnic in the woods gath koV nutm and walnuts i.s the i vers.on for women war workers that the Woman's Land Army has planned. Mrs. Bertha Dunn, of Great Falls, Va., h.is asked the Woman's Land Army to gather the nata on her place. Thrse are particularly valuable, as ti.? : are used in the manufacture of aas nia.-ks. "Young women who are willing to de\ ? e their Sunday.?? to this work should enroll at the Women's Divis ion. Department of Labor, at 1410 Pennsylvania avenue." NEW YORK STARTS WAR ON INFLUENZA Health Commissioner Orders All Cases Be Reported. New York. Sept. 3rt.?Dr. Royal S. Copeland. commissioner of health, has ordered the G.,000 physicians of tfie city t? report all case.s of Spanish in fiuenaa to the health board and has named hospitals in which special at lenitoli will be given to the treatment >o' the malady. When asked to define the symptoms * of the disease Dr. Copeland said: "The disease is ushered in l?y chill.*, er a chilly sensation, sneezing and running of the nose and eyes, oc casionally by sore throat and aching ? of the Joints, backache, headache and ?* ?fever running as high xa 101 or 10 . ri-fgreea The active symptoms run their course in two or three days with .the cold lasting about a week. "If these symptoms are present con sult a physician. "Every person who has been In a . crowded place should wash his face 'fcnd hands thoroughly with soap and water before kis.sing his wife or ?children. "So one should cough or sneeze ?without covering the mouth and nose with his handkerchief." Wounded Yankees Wanted By Big Movie Concern Senator Fletcher, of Florida, has received a letter from a big movie concern In rhe South offering crippled soldiers an opportunity to become moving picture operators. Positions for fifty men are open at once and later on there will be a chance for that many more. The concern Is prepared to open schools in any of the camps. From sixty to ninety days are necessary to learn the trade, and the Jobs pay .Vom WO to $100 a month. Girl Messengers Wanted By Red Cross Division Girls willing to serve as messengers because of the lack of boys are being ?ou?ht by the Potomac Division of the ?Amer?an Red Cross. When school opens it w.l be 1m re-*?;hle to find boys for the work, say the officials, and ?iris abov?? school *;e or young women who will terve j a few hours a day are earnestly ue jsire-J. J Don't Experiment witl It Often Leads t fon Will Never Be Cured by Locai Treatment with Sprayi aod Douches. Catarrh Is a condition of the blood and cannot be cured by local appli cation? of spray? and douches; this has basen proven by the thousands who aave arainly resorted to this method ?f treatment. Catarrh should not be neglected or ptperimented with. The wrong treat ment Is valuable time lost, during which the disease Is getting a firmer ?old upon its viartim and making It a?ore difficult for even the proper xeatment to accomplish result*. ' Taavough catarrh makes Its first ap U. S. TROOPS IN VLADIVOSTOK. This is one of the first photographs to arrive in this country showing American forces in Vladivostok. American officers ?nd Ma are saluting a parade of the allied soldiers before a public building bedecked with flags of the allies. VARIOUS THINGS LOST BY VARIOUS PEOPLE Money. Checks, and Registration Cards Easily Go Astray. Even though most of the pick- ! pocket? and second-story workers stayed indoors out of the rain yea terday. .Mich things as money, checks, resisi rat ion card?*, bicycles. &c, per sisted ? " becoming separated from their owners, anyhow. Mattie M. Anthony, of 13o7 Clifton street northwest, lost a Treasury check f"r HYV? atid >-17 in cash, also ? a pass to tho Ordnance Department. ! Lee Outlaw, of t?ft. R street north- : west, reported the loss of his bicycle ( from in front of the Xavy Building. | Mrs. Ray Robinson, of 1019 Ninth' street northwest, lost a gold watch, a wedding ring, a key and some change. ? The loss occurred in Ninth itreet northwest, between E and F streets. ; ?Charlea A. Perkins, of ?M Ninth; street northeast, lost his purse con- . taming a check for %2l and his regis tration card. Eugene Dirksen. of. ftuffalo. N. T., lost hie pockeLlxj. k eimtalato-g J.V- in ' iisl. and his re.;, s t ration card. Mr. I Dirksen said that he missed his prop- j erty at a telegraph office in a I'enn- ? ?yiranta avenue hotel. JAMES R. MANN, JR., COMMITS SUICIDE Son of Congressman, in III Health, Shoots Himself. The death of James R. Mann. Jr.. ? ?on of Representative and Mrs. Mann, was announced yeaterday. Ho kilted himself in Chicago hy shooting. Young Mann ha<i boon in ill health. and ft is believed that despondency over his condition was the cause of his action. Tho young man had been a frequent visitor in this city, al though ill health had always pre-? vented his taking an active intensi j in social or business affairs. The; funeral details were not announced last night, as Mrs. Mann could not ho reached at her apartments at the Highlands. Representative Mann is in Chicago. SHIP CHANDLERS PENALIZED. Large Concern Convicted of Food Regulation Violations. F chin. ! The business dealings of ship- ' chandlers are bel?g carefully scrutii laed, the Food Administration an nounced yesterday. The license of Ble & Schlott, ship chandlers, of BaltinWc, New York, Philadelphia, Norfolk and Newport News, was yesterday revoked by the Food Administration for violation of official regulations. This firm was found guirty of charging excessive prices for food commodities, of rendering incorrect reports to the Food Administration. and of paying large commissions io ship captains and others bringing orders for their business. "KAISER IN FOR A LICKING. Declared Judge ClayJon as He Put a Pro-Germ in for 18 Months. New York. Sept. 20.?"The Kaiser is In for a licking." was what Federal ? Court Justice Clayton said today while sentencing Christian S. Sbenke, ? a retired trucksman, to eighteen months In prison for uttering sedi tious sentiments. "You and your kind have an entirely wrong idea of what I brought the United State.? Into the war," said the Judge. "The United States Is on the side of the righi and Is going to see that the smaller nations have justice." li Catarrh o Dread Consumption pearance ln the nostrils, throat and air passages, the disease becomes more and more aggravated and finally reaches down into the lungs, and everyone recognizes the alarming con dition that results when the lungs are affected. Thus catarrh may be the forerunner of that most dreaded and hopeless of all diseases, consumption. Nt? local treatment affords perma nent relief. Experience has taught that S. S. S. is the one remedy which attack? the disease at Its source, the blood, and produces satisfactory re sults ln even the worst cases. Catarrh sufferers are urged to give S. S. ?. a thorough trial. It Is sold by all druggists. You are jjivited to write to the medical department for expert advice as to how to treat your own case. Address Swift Specific Co., ?136 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga,-Adv, GERMAN A WAR STUDY IN G.??.U. Technical Value of Enemy Tongue Upheld by the War Department. Despite popular protest against the study of the German langus se, j courses In German will be offered 1 members of the George Washington ' University unit of th?? Students" Army j Training Corps. Not only have th^ ? German courses been approved by th?'j War Department, but student? deslr-j ing to specialize in technical subjects ? of military value will have pointed [ out to them the importance of pursu ing the study of the language. Officials of the university and ofi th? War Department share the opin-! inn of Philander P. Claxton, I'nited j States Commissioner of Education, j that the ban should not he put on t the study of German in higher insti-j tutions of learning. These officials' argue that it is entirely possible for mature students to study German and ' at the same time despise Kaiscrism. i Has Scientific Ynluc The study of German is regarded . as important for those students pre parine to enter the intelligence de- i partment of the army. And Ger- j man likewise is essential to techni- . cal students, especially those special- ; izing in chemistry, engineering ani! medicine, for many technical works ? of great scientific value are in tier- | man and have not yet been trans- ' lated. The German classes at the uni- j versity this year are expected to be j the largest In the history of the un?- ; versity. lAst year's classes, strange to say, were larger than those of : any previous year, and for a while . officials were at a loss to explain | the growth in the face of the wave I of hysteria against the study of the j language. It is realized now that the increased -demand for technically trained persons?who must necessar ily be acquainted with ?clentifle Ger man?was the proper explanation. NAMES TWO EXPERTS TO SAVE CARGO SPACE Chicago. Sept. 20.?MaJ. Gen. George W. Goethals, chief of the division rf purchase, storage and traffic of j the General Staff of the army, has commissioned Arthur A. Hammer - schlag, president of the Carnegie In stitute, and Lieut Col. J. W. Mc lntosh, subsistence division. Q. M. C? ?. ?., to co-operate with the Chicago packers in experiments which may save up to 40 per cent of the tre mendous cargo space now required for shipping fresh beef. Presidt-nt Hammerschlag and Col. Mclntosh have already reacfted the stock yards and the experiments have begun. The experiments contemplate not only the conservation of shipping space, but also the problem of hav ing the packages small enough to be handled by the class of labor available at unloading ports over seas and the quick and convenient issue at supply depots in France. Police Drill Postponed Lest Rain Spoil Polish Fear of the rain ?spoiling ncwly pressed uniforms and highly-polished boots prevented the commissioned of ficers and, sergeants of the police de partment from holding the drill tha' was planned for yesterday afternoon at SJ9 on the Ellipse. Major Lentz. of the T'nited State Army, has been ^uslng his self-gov erning system, whereby every man repeats the directions is.sued by the commanding officer ln training the members of the police department. Country-Wide Tennis Tournaments Is Plan Tennis tournaments, sponsored by the Red Cross and for the benefit of the War Department Commis.sion on Training Camp Activities, will be held all over the United States a week from tomorrow. The Washington tournament will be played at the Columbia Country Club under the direction of ?. Y. T-eech. Jr., chairman of the District committee. Sing Sing Abandons Building Plan. The project for th? building of the new prison buildings at Sing Sing, New York, has been abandoned at the suggestion of Chairman Baruch of the War Industries Board, it .va-3 announced yesterday. The new build ings wer? to have ?<*4 attgut Hs?H? COLORED MESSENGER CHARGED WITH THEITS Sold Two D. C. Autos, But Asserts He Bought Both. Clarence II. Marshall, colored. former messenger in the War Pe pa rt merit. Is under arrest In PhHa il??',.hia nnd charged with the lar ceny of two automobiles from this city. One of the automobiles was found in his poMeasloa and the Philadelphia police say that he had disposed of the other. Marshall first appeared In Phila delphia on August IS, and sold an automobile for t??o, which was said to Ito the property of Robert 1* l?o wie, SOI Second street northeast. The colored man claimed that he bought it from a .stranger in this cits. Detective Kmbrey went to Philadelphia ? ml after an Investiga tion asked for his arrest. The second automobile was the property of William Jackson, of ."?424 Conduit road. When arrested Mar shall again claimed that he had bought both machines in this city ; nd drove them to Philadelphia to ?sell. Maggie'i Shots Were Wild So Tiilie Bit Her on Thumb Just before suppertime yesterday evening Maggie Johnson. colAred, of 1.29 l'nion Court southwest, and Tll lie King, also colored, of ZS'? ? street southwest, had an argument. Mag ci?* whipped out a pistol ?nd shot three times at Tlllie, but the bullets refused to hit. Tiilie was determined to get the gun and in the struggle she bi? Mag gie on the left thumb. Of C">urae the woman let go of the gun. M?,?gls was taken to the Casualty Hospital .nnd then to NO. 4 Precinct, where she was charged with assault with a dan gerous weapon. She blames her trou bles on an empty stomach, the police say. President Waives Rules For Mrs. E. M. Whitehead - Th? President has waived civil ?ervice rules by personally appoint ing Mis. Kmma M. Whitehead ae clerk in the Treasury Pepar tmont. Thi3 was done on the recommenda tion of both the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary of the Interior. Mrs. Whitehead ts the wife of Mortimer Whitehead, who has served his country for ?/? years as law clerk in the office of the auditor for th* War Pepartment. Mr. Whitehead is inca paci t.ated for service at present at one of the government hospitals. Utilities Board to Hold Public Meeting Straight five-cent farces on the Washington Railway and Klectric Company lines will be the subject of a public hearing on October 7. at 10 o'clock, in the hoard room of the Public Utilities Commission. District Huildin g. The Capital Traction has not re quested an increased fare so far. De cided objection to the increase! .'ar> is being registered each diy before the Public Utilities Commission. SMUTS COMING <.KV JIB, ? ?1 I 14. non. Jan Chrleillan Smuts, hero of lhe Boer wu.r but now a staunch Brit isher and a member of the BritUh war cabinet, la to be sent to America by Premier Lloyd Clccrne to establish personal relations with President Wil son. Smuts Is one of the stron-'e.:i v,iaiie esilia .U Usst U.aBf&la Y?f.. <.H?IlvlA? SHIPPING OFFICIALS NAMED. Fleet Corporation Representatives for Five Districts. The Shipping Board yesterday an nounced the appointment of Uve dia trict representatives in ship> aids of the industrial relations RroJp, Emergency Fleet Corporation, aa follows: District So. 1. embracing New England yards, Gardner Perry, of Boston; No. 4. which includes Florida and Gulf coast yards. Emmett I*. Adams; No. 5, .Louisiana \ardi*. Thomas E. Carroll, of Washington; No. 7, California yards, H. A. Bioth erton, San Francisco, and No. S, all yards in the state of Washington, former Governor Henry W. McBride. j of that state, I TErom \\). Calvary Bible Claaa. j Dr. .lames Boera Montgomery, the ? regular teacher, will addi ess the Men's Bible Class of Calvary Meth odist Episcopal Church tomorrow morning. Dr. Montgomery has Just teturned from his six weeks* thau tauqua lecturing tour. The class meets in the guild hall of the church,] Columbia road, near Fifteenth street?! at 9:.30 Sunday mornlnpa A cordial It vitation is extended to all men f> be present at the sessions. Flrat Congregational. "When Roosvelt and the Kaiser Last Met" will be the *ubj< ct on which the Rev. Dr. James L. Gordon will preach on Sunday in the First Congregational Church, Tenth and ti streets northwest. The Christian Endeavor workers of the church will hold an informal re ception to men In uniform and young l?eople on Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Mr. Gordon will preach a sermon to young women in the evening at S o'clock. Centennial ? .?>??*, "Some Grown-l'p Washington Folks Play" is E. Hex 8wem* sub ject Sunday night, Centennial Bap tist Church. Seventh and Eye streets northeast. The morning sub ject is, "Ill-Treated Christians." ? hur, h of the Covenant. Dr. Charles Wood, the pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both morning and evening services at the Church of the Covenant tomorow. The sub ject of the evening address is ? Beatitude for the Tempted. " An interesting feature of the morning service will be the placing of the service stars in the different pews in the new galleries, reserved for men in uniform now serving at the front. The Christian Endeavor vespers will be led by Miss Carolyn Smith. the president of the society, her subject being. "Some Responsibili ties and Privileges of Young Peu pla of Today." A ftfteen-minute talk on the war will be alveo at 7:15 by Newton W. Preston, sec retary to Congressman Stephens of Nebraskrt. The Everygirl's Bihl* Class will be led by Miss Mabel Thurston. The Hon. Louis Brownlow. pres ident of the Board of Commission ers of the District, will be the speaker at the All Comers' Bible Class of men which meets at Studio Hall, 1219 Connecticut avenue, at 10 o'clock. A class for girls' tn beginning French will be orgnnlxed on Mon day evening. The All-States Club meets Tues day evening in the chapel. The Rev. Gove Griffith Johnson, D. D., pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, corner Sixteenth street and Columbia road northwest, has chosen for the topic of his "consecration" sermon for Sunday mornkig the ques tion: "Are Your Hands Full?" In the evening at 8 o'clock the pastor will deliver his second sermon in a new series, the general topic being: The War and the Great Realitiea." The Men's Bible Class, of which the teacher is Col Eugene N, Sanctuary, will meet In the Pinkham classroom at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Miss Amy Gordon w ill teach the women of the Mixpah Class Sunday morning. Mr. Orren F. Hunter, superintend ent, and Mr. E. H. De Groot. Jr., as sociate superintendent of Immanuel Baptist Bible School, are planning "rally day" exercises for Sunday morning. September 29. The Woman's, Society meets each Tuesday for all-day work for the Red, Cross Society. T. M. C. A. Items. Page McK Etchison, religious work director of the Y. M. C. A. will speak at the meeting of the Christian En deavor Society of the Central Pres oytenan Chu h next Sunday even ?W* at ? o ??jfc GERM EXPERTS ARE MOBILIZED ? U. S. Health Service Ex pects to Evolve Influ enza Specific. Isolation of the Spanish Influenza : germ has been undertaken by th? Na tional Research Council at the su? ?restion of the United 8tates Public Health Service. Prof. W. H. Park, cf New York ( University, telegraphs^ in reply to a telegraph request of the Health Serv ice that he is starting a corps of | bacteriologists at work on the out-1 break in and near New York City Prof. M. J. Rosenau. of Harvard, has prepared pure cultures of the germ encountered in the Massachu setts epidemie, and has sent speci mens to the I'nited 8tates Hygienic Laboratory for eomparative study. The National Research Council has ; cabled to Dr. W. F. Durand, one of j its members now in Paris, to set all | information possible concerning the Spanish influenza in Europe. With these and other special Inves tigations under way or about to be iln, the Public Health Service U hopeful of isolating the germ, the flrst step and the main one toward evolving a specific for the diseaae. Reports ?? Disease. Additional reports last night from the Public Health Service agent? show Spanish influenza in the fol lowing places: Florida?Several cases at Key West Massachusetts ? Epidemic reported at Gloueester. New Hampshlre?SeTeral hundred cases at Portsmouth and in vicinity. but epidemic believed to he receding. New Jersey?Cases reported from several cities. Rhode Inland?Cases st Providence. Newport, East Providence and War wick. Virginia-Two ?easels with Influ enza in quarantine at Newport News. and cases reported in the vicinity of Portsmouth. North Carolina?F.stlmat?ed twenty five cases at Rileish and vicinity. So far ss known, there are no Spanish Influenza foci in Alabama. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Geor gia, Indiana. Missouri, Montana, New Mexico. New York -Outside Saw York City), Ohio. Wisconsin and Wyoming. STRAUSS SUCCEEDS WARBURG New York Banker Appointed to Federal Reserve Board. Albert Strauss, of New York, va r II known among banking circle, because ^ of his association witI?. lare? e-nter prises, has been appointed by Pre?i dent Wilson to succeed Paul M. WfaT burg. who has resigned from the Fiderai Reserve Board Mr. Slrausa during the last few months haa been acting as the. rep resentative of the Treasury IVpart ment on the War Trade Board. pulpits An address will be dolivered by Homer J. Councilor, ? ha.rman of the V. M. C. A Extension Work Commit tee, at the Epworth I.eacue of Foun dry ? E. Church Sunday evening Edward Taber. associate r.ligious work director of the T. St. C. ? . will conduct the service at the Fort Myer Heights Baptist Church next Sun day. ?Ml. h B.?tl?< "All at It. and at It All the Time" Is the subject of Rev. Dr. Waldron'a sermon tomorrow morning at Shiloh Baptist Church, and at niglit he will tell hie audience "How to IS>gin the ChristUn Life.'? G salty sa>lrltsaall?t. Auxiliary to the National Splrlt aulists' Association, will open meet ings for the fall and winter months Sunday evening at 7:30 In the Con cordia Hall, corner of Eighth and E streets northwest. rastors and mediums will be Rev. Geeorge W. Kates and I>r. Zaida Brown Kates. The meetings are free to the public. tt. C. AsrrsBsse Meth.di??. Rev. J. Franklin Bry.-in. pastor of the North Carolina Avenue Meth odist Protestant Church. North Caro lina avenue. Eighth and ? street.? southeast, will celebrate his second anniversary in the pulpit tomorrow, and will preach two special sermons during the day. At 11 a. m, he will preach on "The Progressive Glory of the Church." and at 8 p. m. on "Casting Out Demons." There will be special music at both services. District C. E. I nl.as. Under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor Union, the Fn.leavorers <,t the District will entertain about fifty soldiers from Camp Humphreys th.s evening. The soldiers will be given a supper by the Endcavorers at the Metropolitan Baptist Ch.irch. after which they will be entertained at a social at the same church. A* far as possible, arrangements are lveinc. made to give the soldiers lodging Saturday night and breakfast Sunday morning at private homes. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Luther Place Memorial Church will meet Sunday evening at the usual hour with W. R. Rine? as leader. The topic is "Lessons from Bible Characters." The regular Saturday evening so dai for soldiers and sailors held by the downtown churches will be given this evening by the Christian En deavor Society of the First Conart-e gational Church, Tenth and G streets northwest A Letter ?as Snlsllcr?. Rev. Randolph H McKim lias rd drcssed a letter to the men In ihe '\.?lce' ln part " rnan: "Be sure that you are not strug gling In vain. America with her whole soul and with all her lmmen; e strength is behind vou She Is re General War Time Commission of the Churches (Representing thf* Protestant Churches of America) A Special National Meeting . N. Y. Avenue Presbyterian Church 13th Bt. and N. Y. Ave. N. W. TUESDAY. ????????? 34, Publie *>!??? Il??a * ?' M. SPEAKERS: Bishop Gore, of Oxford. England Scretary Daniels. Usury E, ?Dadick. lie ?: ? S. S?a*?. solaed to have nn army of ?,???.??? men In France laefore the fumracr of 1819. She la now calling e\-ery man to the colora between the agea of lt and i'? becauae afee will accept noth ing leaa than ?rompiate and oarer whelming victory. And 14.000.000 bare retiatered "Too will like to know that here in Epiphany i'liuich we pray for you. not only at all the ?Sunday *et? .ceaa, hut every day at noon. Ye?, our heart? and our prayera ar? with you every day. not once but many tlmea. "The Eternal Ciod la your refuge, and undefneath are the everlaattnr arma." ? l.aar.-t. at I?. I r'?k" ' Edward C Mercer and Thoma? J. Farmer, both well-known evaiageltat?. the latter having been a friend of Jeaae Jamea. will ?peak to men In uniform at the Church of the Epiph any, O atreet. near Fourteenth north weat. thia evening They will alao ?peak at the Sunday evening j aervice. <'aamrela War taafereaavee. ? | The War-Ttime Commlaalon of thr i'hurch will meet In New Tork Ave nue Preabyterian Church. Tueaday. September :t The morning and evening aeaaion? will be held at Ml and 2. and will dlacuaa auch subject? aa I Religloua and Social Problema of ihe Army and Navy,?? "New Problema I of the Church" and "The Future Pro- I gram of th? c^iurch.*' There ?anil be a larve attendance aa Dr Robert K. Ipaar. Foadtck. Boyvitoav AtMaaon. Stroyer. Biahop l^auraaanaja?. aad ?ape- , ??lai I y Biahop Gore of Oarfaard Eng- . land, who anomala aa repraaaatlnar the Britlah churchea to America, will apeak at the popular meeting, la tha? evening The Praaident an? Cabin? ? have been Invited and SecTelary of th? Navy Daniela la one of the morn:?..? apeaJura. liravw ??.<<?? ? aal or F. W Jorfnaon will [.reara? Sunday night at ? ?? tn Orac* Bap'i.i ''hurch. Ninth anal D atreeta aouth ?iaiat, on "The Bolahevlki or tha Bibl? and the Church." In the morning th? ?ubject will ba "The Joy Ufe " Thia church !nta*nda to make an effort tn get Ita member? to buy SM.M? wayrth of liberty bonda of th? next taaue and preaamt the bond? to the chur? -. aa an endowment to offa? Ita mort gage Indebtealneae Rev. Bernard Braakamp. paator ??' the Groeley Memorial Preabytenan Church, haa returned to the city from hla vacation and will oc<-upy hi? pulpit on Sunday morning, preaching on the aublect: "What the ?"hurch ?rlter? the Stranger? Who Have Come to Waahington " There will be apaclal amule by Mr. Willarm van de WaU, harplrt. V. t Marine Band. Mi-% Beulah Harper Dunwoody. ? ontralt?, and Mr. Braithwalte. tenor 200 Men in Uniform Arc. War Worker? Are Cordially Invited to Attend an Entertainment at Peck Memorial Chapel Penr. Ave., 28th and M Sts. N. W. Take Georfeto.ni Car?Get off at 28th Tonight at 8---FREE Music, PLiys, Wsir Songs, Friends. Refreshment!. Tonight at 8 r.ejrular r*H**ption for ?II men | Mr. H*>rb???rt Murray??Tart^on in uniform nnd war wotkere. gt Sii? A Whealan??Soprano. ?? r. m. ? ?hi'-f Toerntl Sqiiirci?. ?" ? ?" Tied ? Hot. co?d m%\*sm*% -?'iann. nr?*>akfaj*t for all soldier?, aall T. Be????In eamp stunt*. I ->ra and alarme?. ?St>a ?II-?tar I'ntrn? Mr?. ? ? ?rea ??Violinist Sunday >:1S?.??ng service fnr ??? in 7 4G? ? E\fn.n|t aervice, th?* Re? uniform. I David Hdwirdi?. of wa)??". Kir 3 p. m?Departmental graded land, in charge. Sunday School. j < <?N<.UK<.*TIO% ?VI.. PRK?B?1XRIAH. "When Rooievelt and the Kaiser Met." 11:00 A. M. "If 1 Were a Young Wom an?a\!one?and in Washington." 8:00 P. M. Dr C?*don will pr? s? h "? -?..nd.'\. ? ih?? r.tv?ve ??ubit-cts in tho FIRST tX?XrtRHOATIOXAl* G?G??'?. ii??? ot T*>nth and ? street?? ???? i)-w ??4 Dr. Gordon*? sermon n??t?f? on "The \rw Spirttuali.-m" will be distributed at tho rveaiag pcrv* ice. C?reat "Endeavor" meeting; at ? :30 P- m. ?Sunday. Church of the Covenant IM? aad * Strrrte Rrv (?????> WOOD. D. D-, Mlnlater. ?G????. f-?G?????? 7t g ? Unen Ctem M -? UdM -- . ?. aaeki ??1?* f?T) ' "K?1th." ???-????.?p?<^. B-Ne ????? fl" Iv* ? Rro? ?'.;? m. ?ftmtmar, -?"..? Ha . ? > < a?. 11 -f? Hr,. r tri f i?? * IJ*?C. E. W ? - \ire and Pm?cg?? "f l*?w*p!e * 1 ?$?-C E. ' Ai.mat tv -?:?pprr," I'**? in uri tonn ? 15 W?if weaker Mr. Kevtaa %V G'-?' *. h ?*- Regular B?TO** I?r V??**') ??*?*rbf*. ?. Beatitud* ?*??1??^ ' ? "Tt.mvh of th? FreMdaata." N. Y. Ave. Presbyterian Church N. Y. Atc., 13th and H Su. I>II WALLA-'E KAlXl.lKH", G?? M ? hf ?j| .?r-. | ? t J? a ai Rial* M 11???, ai.?Ur J. Frank Saut*.. ?*? I?. ?. ?? t Mfriavat-ar ?-f ?"***!?,*" ** ml A?** tnh'v. ?il] ptemeh. "Mp m On-tiin Ei?<V??-<>t \ ***:*t*. No e.'-ning vfnii?. "Tlif Lincoln IV?? " ?mtXf'amamimam N ?'?PHO,. f" LCK.infl.On R,,, H y | ?.???a. m. s. s w an ??-*** 1 ???. Bi.-Seranoti: Tun.? ??-at Vi.* a M illuni urr *:Up. ir,. Sere..!?!, ?tv; ???,t???.???> '" E. 7:45 ?. *a ? Vrtter Berrta 1?.?t-unf a Ui? *????..?? ??????? BCMCX?. E. Pirat ?t karr h af CarUt, ?? Iff mthmU tit ?.vt ng*..ii. ? ?? .. ? Se-traa? < har? h nt t b Hat, ^Hratiat. Ol Washington, ? E MaaaaflC Tempi? Mh aad E ??? N. tv Third < barrh af ihrlit, Nrlea<l>.. ??f H?? mg*mm, mm**M**mT. Ttrmpk. i:riscopAu St. John's Church ,;or.,*,H?"* I'DttCSD Sanrh. li [? . Kea ?J.ar.l Slate. Uunlap. ? ?.; |:.??. ?,G????. Williamson S.nith, D. D. 8?. Bn.-?4ol a'.Hun,.Ta.li,n. :l a t?.-?.????? pea.er aasd sermon M the ll.ct.-r SuTKlaj ?.,????? btpna ??rtolaet 13. Servira* e.cry day a? nootv. BAI TIM. M BJK? Tl -?I ?TTKR KasaVasTU easvavsasvf ? AU atad ? I' " M ?.DAI sa H.KIL?-Il a m ?EDKUOA1 ? ? ?.MNt; ?,? 11M, ?G ?. Ill vniNi; ROOMS: C.vni.do M.ls . Ht?, ?lad U ??s.. Hr? . ?? tr s, iWtsi., 10 ?? ?. ?tvd ?a.in.. SJ? t.. ; J?'. 1HS Adams Mill rd. S. ?V Ut? !C to 9 laa?*.l? \\?d fv?., h..tads.a ?ad bolide.a . lsV ILaaesl isiatol st He. 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