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F OUNTAIN PENS WATERMAN PARKER CONKLIN SWANN 5HEAFFER MOORE ALL LEADING BRANDS Richards' Fountain Pen Shop Rlaao-st ?stoo-k of l'ons la C. %. 1225 PA. AVE. WASH., D. C ORDER YOUR SIGNS FROM PIMES And ?.?et t%e mu?" On Time. 503 9th St. F. 6663. m f HORNING Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Sondi End of Highway Bridge Btaaleesa Traaaaetrd RxrlaalTcly There. Take carso at 12th atreet and Poaasol, isooiro aerane far saulh rad af Hlakvsa-o Bridar. Pare Se each way. Looking For An Electric Lamp Or Gas Lamp? We Have It. Come in Today. S MUDDIMANI 1204 on G St. 618 on 12th St. POGROM KILLS 20,00(UEW$ Ukraine Rioters Dishonor Girls Publicly ; Drown Men; Burn Villages. London. March J8.?More than 20, 000 Jew? were killed or injured in the recent pogroma In the Ukraine, according to report? received by the Zionlat organization here. At Tschernobyl many young Jew ish girls, member? of prominent famille?, were assembled in the ?treet ?nd publicly dishonored. Scores of leading business and pro feeslonal men of the town were drowned. Between Kieff and Bachmatsch not a single Jewish town wa? spared from holocaust ?nd utter ruin by the "Death Regiment" led by Poleenko. PURELY PERSONAL Capt. O. H. Smith, of th? city poet office, ha? recently returned from a highly successful trip to Chesapeake Beach, Md. Mies Carrie Rousseau has been transferred from the city postofflce to the Postofflce Department. Clerk Harry H. Le? recently re signed his position In the city poet office to enter the service of the Treas ury Department. Thllllp Otterback, superintendent of the registry department, is very ill. George Sholes. division of supplies, postofflce department, i? expected to return today from an official trip North and through the Middle West states. Mr. and Mra. Clarence Nohe will leave tomorrow night to motor to Baltimore as the guest over Sunday of Sheriff McNulty. Mrs. James F. Byrne haa moved In to her new home on Massachusetts avenue northetut. J. P. Smith is back from Florida. Joseph Brown is In Philadelphia on a business trip. Mrs. "William Ryan Is seriously 111. Mrs. N. Bachrack will go to New York tomorrow morning on business. Phil Sure? has been made manager of the Jewelry department of Mayer and Company. Harry Roper Is planning to finish his high school course before he goes i to the United States Naval Academy. He recently took the examination for that place, competing with Bfty other boy?, and won. Oarlten Bond ha;? rc-overed from hi? illneaa and is bai_k at hla Job of ?bow ing young men how to dress correct ly. August Santucci Is saying all kind? of nice things about March. That particular month brought him a bouncing baby boy. Frederick: Ernst, well-known pho tographer. 1? taking a rest. ?G? re cently recovered from a serioi's ill r.cas. L. V. Lampson, formerly an instruc tor at the Central Hif-h School and now cenerai organi?er of the Teach ers? Federation, was at Central yes terday looking over his old friends. Ool. F. J. Morrow, 1". S". army, will speak at the pr?sentation of commis sions to the high ?chool cadet officers today. Miss Margaret McConkey, of th? Bureau of Roll?, Is leaving Saturday for a month's visit at her home, Far Co, N. Dak. Walter Herald has received his discharge from the army. Herbert A. Meyer has tendered his resignation to the Interior Depart ment to accept a position In Texas. George P. Toby, who has been en gaged in war work for the pest year, will sail for London, May 12, to become secretary of the foreign office of the American Chamber of Commerce. Lieut. Col. George C Cresson will bo located here under new orders assigning him to the office of the Judge Advocate General. Elwln McCormick has resigned his position In the "War Risk Bureau to accept an appointment in the In ternal Revenue Service. \ Mrs. Esther Hayes Is entertaining Mrs. Marguerite Finnegan and Vln centia Hayes, cousins from Hoston, Mass., at her home In the Portner Apartments. James A. i"Bud") Sears will he a member of tho Capitol Police force after May 15. Miss Ida M. Lofton, of the Treas ury Department, is visiting in Wheeling. W. Va. Pau! J. Harrison has returned from a business trip to Lansing. Mich. Henry F. Deener, of the Depart ment of Labor, has resigned. James W. Falmcr, of Louisville. Ky., is In the city. Miss Grace X. Mosadows, of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, Is reported ill. Joseph A. Wllcox, of the Postofflce Department, has received a promo tion. "The Greatest Little Revolution Since 1776" Less than four years ago, when the sense of economic grievance that rankled in the hearts of North Dakota's farmers had been fanned to a flame by the refusal of the legislature to establish a State-owned terminal grain-elevator, a man named Arthur C. Townley jumped into a small hired automobile and began by a farm-to-farm canvass the organization of the Non-Partisan League. For months the old-line politicians regarded this "flivver campaign" as a joke, but today they see Mr. Townley's league of farmers grown to a membership of more than 200,000, with a political organization in thirteen States, representation in the y. S. Congress, and completely in control of North Dakota's government. The St. Paul Dispatch terms the league "the most revolutionary political machine that ever gained complete autocratic control of legislative affairs in any State in the Union," while the Minneapolis Tribune speaks of it as "Town leyism, the political prairie fire that is now raging in North Dakota and spreading to surrounding States," but as the New York World reminds us "North Dakota and her people will pay the bill and the rest of the country will profit by the demonstration." In the course of an illustrated article, comprizing more than three pages in this week's LITERARY DIGEST, every phase of this movement is explained, together with public opinion upon it from all angles. Other news articles of great interest in The Digest" for March 29th are: Hunger's Grip on Germany and Russia European Observen See Starving Millions in Germany, Austria, and Russia. While Statesmen Debate in Paris About Peace-?the Only Condition That Will Relieve the Situation. To Open the Door For Prosperity Canses and Core of British Labor Unrest Blowing Money Up the Chimney Will Women Stay in the Machine Shops? Holidays to Relieve "Intellectual Indigestion" Sabotaging Rodin's Works The Church Rebuking Peace-League Politics Rural Moral Perfection a Myth Armenia and Her Claims The Plans of Republican Leaders Personal Glimpses of Men and Events Many Fine Illustrations French Fears of Germany and Austria The Black Spots on the Sky Parachutes to Save Aviators How German Operetta Was Silenced in New York American Plays on the London Stage German Literature Since 1914 Is the Church Ignoring Heaven? Mormon Missionary Efforts The Best of the Current Poetry News of Business and Mirth fui Ca rtoon s How to Keep Abreast of the Times No matter how busy you may be, no matter how little time you have to spare from the rush of affairs that presses on yo?i afresh every day, there is one duty you owe to yourself, there is one thing you can not afford to neglect. That is to read THE LITERARY DIGEST faith fully every week. You can't pretend even to skim half the magazines published nowadays, but here is one it is actually vital to you to read with care. It won't take / long?a couple of hours perhaps?and it will repay you a thousandfold. Without it you simply can not be at your best anywhere, socially, in the world of b?jsiness, in the field of ideas, or in matters of art or religion. It summarizes, epitomizes them all for you, week by week, gives you the wheat of facts threshed clear of the chaff of rumor and freed from the blighting mildew of bias. It keeps you informed on all important world-events every where. Read it and stay abreast of the times. March 29th Number on Sale To-day?All News-dealers?lO Cents (g) Jte&xDigest FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publisher? of the Ftmou? NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK IFrom tl)e jputpits Mid-I.enten service? nre being plan ned at many ?of the Washington churches for tomorrow. Sunday morning Dr. Muir will speak on "A Revalued Manhood." at the Temple Baptist Church. At the even ing service he has chosen "Ameri ca'.-? t?hamr" for hi? theme. The Toa dies' AW Society will meet Tuesday at 10:30 o'clock. At 1? o'clock the an nual business meeting and election of officers will take place. Firth Baptist Charc-h. Dr. John E. Briggs, wil! speak on "The Shame of Mormoniam," at the Fifth Baptist Church tomorrow night at the prelude services. The subject of the sermon will be "Crime Its Own Detective." All (services will he at tho same hours by the new time. Fir?* BttptUt (hareh. 'Two Shintng Faces" will be the theme of Dr. Henry Allen Tupper. pastor of tho First Baptist Church, Sixteenth and O streets, at the 11 o'clock services. At 8 o'clock he will speak on "The Sign of the Times." Special music both morning and even ing hy quarte to choir, as well aa stringed instruments. ? in pi Street < hrUtlitn ? hurrh. Rev. George A. Miller will preach epecirtl evangelistic sermon? at both services of the Ninth Street Chris tian Church, Ninth and D streets northeast. In the evening there will be a half-hour eervtoe of eong led by Frank A. Carpenter and the church orchestra. The subject of the sermon on Sunday morning will he "The Heart of the Gospel." and the night sprmon will be on "Unsat isfactory "Wagco." (rntrnnlnl BfiptUt Charca. "The Faith Family" In the title of the sermon Rev. K. Hez Rwem will deliver at the Centonnhil Baptist Church, Seventh and I streets north east, tomrorrow morning. At the evening service?* his subject will be "The Dead Bodies of Christians Will Be Taken Out of the Kart h When Jesus Comes." An artistic -brass me morial reading desk will be unveiled Sunday night in the auditorium for Rev. A. K. Wright, formerly pas tor of the church, who Is now pas tor of the First Baptist Church of Knsley. \A!a. I ? ? lumi, of Oar Father. Dr. F. A. Dillingham, of Ports mouth, N. HL, wilt preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow at the Church of Our Father, Thirteenth and I streets northwest. IVlnnrih l..|.i.?( ( hunli. As a climax to a w\ek of spe cial services at Petworth Baptist Church, tomorrow has been s-t aside ae decision day in the Sun day school and church. Rev. F. Paul Ia-anghorne will have for his morning subject "Pause A Moment. ' \ In the evening thn final special evnngcHoti.? service will be held. with Mr, Langhorne preaching the sermon. New riiouRiil Aasoelnt Ion. "The Power that Wine Alp' is the subject of an address to be de livered at the meeting- of the New Thought Association by Mrs. TOva B. William?, at Rauscher's, Con necticut avenue and L street north west, tomorrow at 4 p. m. A so cial half hour will follow. Second Baptist ckurch. Rev. Howard I. Stewart will ?peak at the Second Baptist Church. Fourth street and Virginia avenue southeast, tomorrow morning on the subject "Should the Court Mart iul Sentence System be Re vised."' and at the evening service. there will be baptism and sermon on "Is Marriage A Failure?" Washington Secular Leiicne. At the meeting of the Washington Secular League at Pythian Temple tomorrow at 1 p. m. a debate will take place on the question, "Resolved. That Socialism Is the Only Scientific Solution for Modern Political, Economic and Moral Prob lema" The affirmative will be main tained bf Edwin Evans, and the nega tive by David Ecclee. Miiloh Baptist Church. Rev. Doctor Wald ron will preach the fifth sermon in the series, "On the Acts ot the Apostles," at Shiloh Bap tist Church (Strangers' Home) tomor row im '? ?. 11 ?, using as his subject : ?'Apostolic Christianity." At night he will ?speak on "The Ten Command ments, The Rule of Conduct. Not the Way of Salvation." lew York Avenue Church. During Lent Dr. "RadcliiTe of the New York Avenue Church is giving a series of studies, of the tableaux ot the prophecy of Jeremiah. He will present one of tho group tomorrow morning. In.on Methodist Kpiscopnl Church. Tho topics at the Union Methodist Kplscopal Church. Rev. William Jos eph "Mceks pastor, will be "Thy Neighbor; An Interpretation," and "The Sign of tho Cross." At the evening service a musical prelude with pipe organ, piano, violin and soloist will be given by Mr. Austin Thatcher. This church reports hav ing recntly paid (2.000 on its debt of 110,000. Church ef thr Covenant. Dr. Charles Wood will preach at the three services at the Church of the Covenant tomorrow. In the afternoon at the sixteenth inspira tional service he will speak on "The Sluggish Soul." Miss Netta Craig will be the special soloist. In the ? evening Dr. Wood will preach on I "Regret and Repentance in Nations ? and Persons." Miss Emily Wheeler, secretary of the National Armenia end India Relief Association, will be the speaker al 7:15. First Gongrrgational Church. "The Miracles of Christian Sci ence" will be the subject on which Rev. Dr. James L. Gordon will preach tomorrov morning in the First Con gregational Church, corner Tenth and G streets northwest. Tho Hampton Roads Niiv.il Glee Club of thirty-seven voices will sing at the morning serv ice. At the evening service Dr. Gor don will preach on "Why Brilliant Men Make Poor Husbands." The Senior Society of Christian En deavor will be "at home" at the church in tho afternoon to all young people, between the ho?rs of 4 and C. Mrs. ? annette ?. Paul will speak. Immanuel Baptist < hurch. At the Immanuel Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 o'clock the pastor will have general charge of the public worship. The sermon will be preached by Dr. Johnson's class mate at the Thr-ologi?*! Seminary. Rev. Y. B. Shahbax. of Persia, who went through f-ome terrible experi ences, and whose little boy perished in flight from the Turks. The Gospel service In the evening will begin at ?S o'-clock. Pastor Gove Griffith Johnson will preach on "The Plus T?-gn of Our Minus Uves; or God's Addition and Ours." I'll mi..tin. < ongrcgntlonnl Church. The Plymouth Congregational Church, corner Seventeenth and ? streets northwest, has planned a $5,000 drive to clear the debt off the church property. The pastor. Rev. ?. C. Garner, who has been in charge of the congregation for a score of years has made several at tempts to free the church of debt with partial success. Recently he made a plan that put the raising of the church debt on fifty leaders. He also assigned each adult mem ber a place under some leader. He called the drive the "Victory Rally." and set Easter Sunday. April 20. as the final day. The fifty leaders bear names corresponding to the" States of the United States and the terri tories of Alaska and the District of Columbia. In the church last Sun day large cardboards 'bearing the names of all the available members were posted. The pastor explained that each able-bodied member should seek to be worth $20 to the drive and told the leaders that each is asked to bring $100. Baptist Fnntors' 1 mon Twenty pastors of colored Bap tist chtirelies met recently and or ganized th?1 Baptist Pastors* Union of Washington and Vicinity. This organization held its first public meeting yesterday at the New Beth el Baptist Church, at the corner of Ninth and S streets northwest: adopted a constitution and elected the following officers: President, Rev. Joseph H. Lee. of Washing ton; vice president. Rev. W. H. R. Powell, of Alexandria. Virginia; I secretary. Rev. J. Harvey Randolph. | D, D.; treasurer, Rev. Dr. .-George U. Bullock. A number of new members wee taken in and the introductory ser mon was preached by Rev. Dr. Powell, of Alexandria. The next session of the union will be held next Monday morning, in the New Bethel Baptist Church, when Rev. Dr. Bullock will preach and the by-laws governing the or ganization will be adopted. The meeting will be open to the public. . Awarded Abwlute Divorce. Udo Bestell was awarded an ab solute divorce yesterday, from his wife Susie Pestell. The decree. which was signed by Justice Bailey, also allows the husband the cus tody ytf the children. Attorney C. R. Colvin appeared for the hus band. FITS T>r. M?7*, Trutment <*??ttp?*? ?rant owes e '.?rlleprr, 8p??n*s. Oonrulslon?, Kerron? Dl?or ?rrs.GeixtTDieS2.00 baute mat bat. H?jji|. ?M.W. B. mat, Stt FEABIi ST., UKW ?0?? 5 HUN U-BOATS TO AID U.S.LOAN American Crews Will Bring Undersea "Wasps" to This Country in April. Five German submarines manned.toy American crew? will leave for the ? United States today to boost the Klfth i Liberty Loan. Admiral Kim? yesterday , informed the Navy Department I One of the five In the I'-UT. a bin ocean mine layer, and 1? on Its return, trip to American waters for it planted ' minea alone the Atlantic ?oast last year. Because of weather eondlUona j it is not expected they will arrive much before the latter part of April. In addition It Is expected that one I of the big cruiser submarine? will be procurisi. American naval experts will ' study the boats durine" their ?tay here. O'Leary, Free, to Abandon Irish Agitation for Law New Tork, March 3? Jeremiah O'Leary said today he waa no longer j an Irish propagandist. He will prac tice law. O'l^eary is free on ?10.0?) i ball: one count of an indictment tn which he was accused of disloyalty Is still hanging over him. However, as he wa? acquitted on all other conuts. he will probably not be brought to trial again. Famine Spreading in India ? Toondon, March 3.-A telegram re iceived today from the viceroy aaid | famine conditions in India are sprc-ad ing to m.'.ny dlfotrict?. CHURCH NOTICES. Everybody Welcome TO Big Mass Meeting LIBERTYHUT To Hear WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Subject, "BACK TO GOD." Meeting Conducted Under Auspices of Billy Sunday Tab ernacle Workers and Y.M.C. A. Special Musical Program Direction PERCY S. FOSTER NO TICKETS REQUIRED ? Hill? l Is. ?> Ninth Street Christian Church Ninth and D Stj. ?. E. Pre-Easter Campaign For the next four Sundays services will be of an evangel istic nature, looking forward to Decision Day on Easter Sunday. Bible school as usual, at 9:30 Sunday morn ing. Regular church services at 11 o'clock ; evening serv ices begin promptly at 7:45. with an excellent program of music and songs. Go to Church Sunday ! ReT. Geo. A. Miller, Partor. 338 10th St. ?. E. Fifteenth Street Chri$b?n Church 1 ''h auad I) ?ts. ae. LESLIE L. Ho-WEKS Pastor. -?.*? a. m -Bible School. Class?-, lor all 11-30 a. m.??Scniiem Ivy the pest?t Subject : THE STERN BUSINESS Of uns." iW p. m.?The last of ? aorira of wrrooone cm IDEAI*. Mr. Bjweno will dis evia? "THE IDEAL EMPLOYER _AND EMPLOYE."_ EPISCOPAL. ST. JOHNS CHURCH lath aad II Ms. Rev. Roland Cotton Smith. DI'. Rev. Edward Slater Dunlap. M A. U-s. Geoire Williounaon Smith. D.D. SS*? a. m ????\ Corna-union. ?:15 a. m.-CHUKCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. llrts"a. ni. ? Monnna? l*raver am? Sermon. ISO p. a.-CHOKAIs EVENSONG AND SEK ?IOS bv- th? REV. CBAS. Me A LISTER TUESDAY 4*00 p. m.?Confirmation Les-toire. THURSDAY. i:*? Holy OaCDtnunioD and Addreaa. rRIDAY. IMP ?t.-Bible Claaa. DAILT. 'Exerpt Saturdav.? 4.45 p. m -???????? Prayer and Addles?. a?,i. welcome: METHODIST EPISCOPAL?. UNION METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOtfc ??ree?, near Pa. Arf. Jf. v*y. REV. W. J MEEKS. PASTOR. 111. ?.-"THI NEIGHBOR; AN INTHU-IU" TATION." j 3 ????-???? Every Meotnisor Oanvaaa I 7 p. m?Tbe Youna? People's *ssTvice. < p. m.- THE SIGN OF THE CB088." ? A musaeal prelude at tbe evenine ?ervice, with ispe ore-ati. piano, violin and ?oloiat. TUE CHURCH or THE CLAD HAND METHODIST. Free Methodist Church. REV. H. Z. ALBAUGH. PASTOR l'reacbin? 11 a. no. and 7^0 p. m. Hunda. School at 10. Youn? l'os-ople'a aoosatinff Sundir at 7. Prayer meeting Tuesday 7 JO. Claaa ?saoaa*. in? Kriday 7-Jt0. Lo-catlon 416 ted at row. FKEETHOVGHT. SECULAR LEAGUE. Pythian TeaiiJe, San. ?lay, 3 p. m. Debate. "Beaolvad, That. Souoau iaaa I. the Only Scientific Solution for Modem IV.ii leal. Econooaio and Moral ProUeme" Affinnative. Mr. Edwin Evana. Nea-atire, Mr. Dmo-id Eodca. HOME OF TRUTH. HOME OF TRUTH, 1?U Wyoming A*?, ?. ?ti?. 1 Sunday- mebtaA, it ?. m , li? talk?. Wed nea?ay,, 3 \? m.; ?-ractical Chru'tunti leftc?ing and healing duly by apL-o.rm.i-r?. . \ Studio H ?a. IZi? Ctoni*., tit. urn SeneWj, Q*JI ' ?. m.. MTTlce, and Friday, t ? m , fac*ling j metuag. ?au tSTtut CHURCH NOTICES._CHURCH NOTICES. CHRirriAS HIEHCE. CHIIIITIAI ?????? Christian -Science Churches of Washington FIRST CHURCH of Chmt. Scientist. -.-*. Columbia Road and Euclid St. N M SdImI?V S?t?CCS ' SE-5???Dl,ThURCHTofChnSc,erv?: ? role*,?:. N. E. Masonic Tempie. 8th and t* ?? ? ?. and ? ? pi c. ?* ?" Sund?? (School. 11 A IL ??"?? ?. L. \\r*mea*., r.rmlmt THIRD CHURCH of Christ. Scientist. . , ,. !?n'T,.,????ur?.lir, ' M_. , . - . . -, _, lit. 2d and ^d ^huren***?. atonic Temple. ! 3th and N. Y. t:?S G M A*.e N m \ 4tu Chvrch 7ii r m 1 FOURTH CHURCH of Chmt. Scientut. The Arcade. 14th and Park Road. N. W. Snbiect of tke Leuen Sermon "Reality." READING ROOMS (???raid? Bid?.. ',4th and G 8U. ? ?' Hour? It to ? (Wad If to I and Sunday 1:10 to 6:10) tfma Ada?? Mill Hoad. Hour? 10 to * (except Wednesday eremlama. Sunday? and holiday?). 1?* Ka?? < apltol at. Hni^? 10 to 7 (exeept Sunday? and holiday?! Tfc? Arcade. Hour? 11 to i and 7 to * (except Wed. eve?. Suada?? and holiday?). PRESB?TERI Al?. Church of the Covenant. 1-Hr aad n ?ta. REV. CSLkMlM* WOOD. D. D Mtalater. aaaday. Marca 3d. * M narartreental ?radati Suadai School ?IS ?t^Gt??G? a Bible <*lae? SuWart "A Kin? Whe ??tt?*???G?*4.'- Mart? Studio Book insista ??. *m Ur. Co-benou'? TMcr, . flam. 8nb?art "Laad Ttnar? aad Agricultural Oxmnuu? tloa." br C. L. (ioodrirta and Ornear O. Win?. IS di AU-Co-am- ni**a Oka?. Mr Bod Thorrmna, teacher Meet? Mad? Bl tn. Ooaaantacut ??eon-? ?TS Mr. Juatloe l?ale? du? (er an? an-) 1*91 Dr Henri ?ali rlia lor adaHa SubX-rt "Palestina" lidi church stsvire. hn? w mt. Wood Sd? sixteenth inspirational skbt ??. Addr??, b? Dr. ?ood Sah,??-! Tha SH-olaa Rn.i1** l?pari?l aatuU RET TA OLA] O. SOPRANO. Pour ?maher? by tbe SOLO TltlPLE OXARTBT. A? afternoon tt( dwmloaal ?Butte hreney Lloyd Wrtfftitinti. director of laaair Bar Ter Murr?i. orxamat tm CHRISTIAN K.NDEJYOR rESPEJt SERVICE lolloaad br ? "Tea --upper ' Ml ?A?fPEAMTll MIK.T KMII.Y ?HKI. l.lat. Serrwar, of the NATIONAL Al; MEMA AND INDIA BAUET ASSO CIATION. ? M EVENING SIXVICE. Sermon m? De. Wood Rubier! . tirarmi aad Iterrerrtai rr ta Nation? and Ptwaon?" Tfln? ?liniif ?Mbeara hy the EVENING CHOIR of MS VOIOBi. Sota?.. HENRT KKl'GEU. t?BOr. hjdn?y Lioyd Wna-htaon. d-fertor of ?anale. Rarrey J?urraj. ariani?*- Claude RoUauii. pian***. Wedaraday. April 2. ?-? EVENING OHOIR RKHEAKSAU ?fimr beine enlarged to aso mtrra MOUfc. VOICES NEEDED. i>p<-.aJ1t MALE Tkaraday. ?pr. ? ? l*S MID-WEEK SOCIAL PRATER KESVICE Peck Memorial Chapel ??. Are., 28th & M St?. N. W. The Friendly Church REV. J. A. A. HROIIKHor?E MIM.-TKB. SUNDAY. MARCH 30 3:00 P. M.?Departmental Graded Sunday School Bible Classes. Special Services. Mr. H. B. F. Macfarl.nd. Superintendent. .special Mu sk. 7:00 P. M.?Young Peo ple's Christian Endeavor, Mr. Ben Johnson, Leader. Topic: "On the Fence." 7:45 P. M.?Evening Serv ice: Sermon by the Pastor. Topic: "Fooling Away Our Opportunities. Wednesday. April 2. 8:00 P. M.?Midweek Social Prayer Service. Thursday. April 3, 7 to 9 P. M.?Red Cross. Saturday. April 5, 10:30 to 12:00 A. M.?Sewing School. 'The Lhurch that Does Things CHtBCB OF TBE PRESIDENTS. N. Y. Aye. Presbyterian Church N. Y. Am, 13th and H Sts. DR. WALLACE RAUCUFFE. Paator. 9 JO ?. n?..?Bible Scliool. Adah cTaaar*. Udl ?. a?.?Public worship. Dr. Kadcufl? wiu tveach. StSO p. m ? lril'*T??hlp Hour * ?5 ? ol??J. E. Ttaprr Semce. 6*>p. mi-Public WoraMp A Man Belt?, titan a Sheep*'" THE LINCOLN* PtW. KKW CHIICH. The New Spiritual Revolution Address by ReT. Dr. Frink A. Guitafion of Detroit in the Church of the New Jeruialem Sixteenth between Q and R Sunday Evrnint March 30. at 8. All welcome Dr. Gustafson will preach Sun day morning in the same place on the subject, "And Their Works Follow With Them." >KW THOUGHT. NEW THOUGHT ASSOCIATION ? f ?\ ii*.hinj;lf.i I). (_'. MRS. EVA B. WILLIAMS wtl! sptuk on Xhr ?ubjr-ct. "Tlie Fewer Tfc.t Wiu AI." At Kauacher'a Cor. Conn. Are. *>L N*. \Y. Sunday at 4 P. M Misa Richie McLean, contralto. Mra. E. G. Dickinson at the piano. Everybody welcome. National New Thoufht Center WednexU? at S p m . 18 SBLPISHMi*-* ? SIN* MIS* EMMA UBITI' Dall' noon ?nettili?. DR. GEO. E. HICK E? Head*?? room. CItpu latin? libran. PatleaU and iaip?u iTwliBd ?raat da??. SOS F at. Publie oordiaJlj lnrited._^_ THEOsnrHi. I^rrure? toar MIS? ???? Mt'H.H Suada?. Manti a. Ipm BlWe Cla??: Tarn Book of RereUt?or. I p, BD.?Lecture: "Takt at ?Saat of Out Pcwtm UlHiea Tlreovortnc?*: liai ?JU K tuaat N. W. COMtntMSiSTaOS SSe. 11A.M. "Chri?tia Science." 8 P. M. "Why Brillar Men Make Poor Hu. band?." jeT"Dr Cordoni ?ubiect? r arscTf Tbe Hamptoii Ro?? Naval Glee Gob (37 eo-re-i ?snll ?ing ?t th< roominz Fir?t ConrTef?boBJi] Church 10th and G St?. ? W. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I ?Ik aad II Hreeta._ DR. HK1.BV AI.I.F.K ???-?-? M lo. later. osoiooday ',1 a. or a-at-a "I ?-? ?.intoo? ?Vs ? to ? ? ?a.?"TW l?i?rn <sf tl? Tuatea Bible school. ? Jt ? on. I-Urar Hr-ooard, ?a? inteoodssnt Caaaao-s ?uitat-1? for ?oil. 0 tinatiati F_d?-a?or o_r?eo? t te 7 ?**?. wttl? rial ?ad heart rofioaaaa.I? fr*?n ( to : TV ? AT? Yon ?a the 1-Viv-e? 7 to tsas tspeoal -aaae by ?t-ai-tat raoaar at 11 a Choir a aansatin by ootnat t m? n> ?a ' n. aa, laaung until 8 Satrnoa cieaa? at ' ?even pur. Mm in untfoo-ta. ainaaaoa In tke ???, I Tvatoora ?ad tho?? ?tini??* a choreji a__e ?a? pooioiouood. _ TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH loth n?4 ? "ir*.i. V W Rev. J. J. MUIR, Psstm. fhaaaaj, 11 a aa.. "A Res-aoaosd Moa-oaono. !? p. aa.. '"Aaaoa-sca'a Msaase " paootnr re-aaae? ' Rita*? Sohool ?J? a at. Ovovoataa? loess? p. av A hearty mil?"' <? ?a??. OO I AKP MM._ _4?cond baptist w, Res HossstaosO, I Kiewan. lessine I Tl SH.st _D THE ? '? UT MARTIAL "I TIN' 1. SYSTEM BE REM SUS?* ?MM? of loai?i?ai at 7-sS. and ?t ? ?oes?ta ?a i MARRIAGE A FalLUU*" A t>? ?oaaal * ?aod a thin'?and-fold srs-irssnor oavaa? Pill, *** >ir>r ' ? -**"*??*?1? c ruth Dr. John r Besan soil! I 11 and 7 _ ttao-oo toaae:. Ksoeaioo?* i?aloaass, 1 SHAMK <>K M'oRsio.m-xi 1 sani avaav. ? I RIME ITS ?? ? ?????.?-p?? j Chanel. S ? ? G U . 7 \? est?a?._ IL He. *?w?. u-'. it? o?.i Inaia 1 C?? Uan? wvU he taa-en sovt osf tkr earth soavaoa aV i?an ?a-tai .?? I p. aa A o??ksov.I far a ? WriaSht un.er.osl. ? p. ?s. Laras? tros? rasalo. ?. ' like ttoaan' s?an a as_a.. 11 a aa.. -The T. \ Uanulj " . lenleainiaj BaptiM o burea 7_ . Eve ava ne. Baptut Church lash strert ?0?<? ? ?4,0__? roa Pu?., aova omirrmn j??h\-.?\ ? ? a. t_ -Ro-i Y H tshahba-.. of l'ossa. | * TBE RAGK OT IMJLM I ? ? _.?<?oene? se?-svce Paalosr arsaoeaass i THE PLUS ??? IIT <?l 11 MIN! - or. * OODR ADDITION ANI. OLIU? " | P_tv__?*L ?oenth ei-d RaJ>o_isa m? ? rfmonn ^,, - ??,? ? aaa-anra?, ras PEo-ItsIO.N* DAT. A M - "Paoiae a MooneeL I 1'. M -Special Kranc-.lt?!le Serena , s s., ?j?. y. r. t. I | av. Victors S?ssa . ?? IKITAjUAft. All Souls Church Cor. 14th and L Street? ? W ILYIIEI ?.. R. I'lERt K. 1). u. MlaUter. , ?s? ?. aa.? Sondas Selix?:; claaa for the .? ? parause sturi? of Relian.?!. j ? a. ?a.- Marnine en ? or s-s-saea hsv Min_;er There ia also kindergarten durine th? be.it n-oo-nin? ?ooovvhip. I t p. t_.-1aberal Re:is-l~os t oiem ?on t Is. * Horn? to yooona pe-iosie A-1 1res. t?. Mra b , K. roat -The Losarue of Nation? I V ee.e ? ' Life " Mtaave. ??????. -ll.l>vsj. THK FIR?T ??????? ?.?.???? CUI IK II. ALFRED ?. TERRY, Prut.r Subject ??G I^ctur?? "SPIRIT GUIDES." I Koll*?w*?t_ by j-pir t in? *-.._? - * j _*y. . p. m.. at I*>ihi?ii T? mplr, ift' , ?Mh mi. n.w.. mrci'TiA f looi. AM *'? ; comr._ UNITY SPIRITUA-JSTCHURC .?? S-D.1 Mai C5o-o-ner ?th and Cm? ?so . rsssv ?aaavaav?. af*ei_xaa aad e?uiu?* ?t 3 aad : Jt. ?ont ??? ANNlVERssARY KXa-avCU?. | S_rt a i-lfi rapava? ?ad ?porn ?aaava*o?-_ ?? V ?and Mr?. Katosa. Mr and Mr? Meeaea? M ; Roans ?jad othera All lavtwd o Rev. G. Lyd ArlK_r Noted |4attoeVYi teat spooduuai ?see-rvac ?sonati , eveninc at t o'dnck In ostorio-t? Hal!, afe II ? no. He vnli deaaoavst rate ? ao ?aorta li j ?pent luoaaajs ? coaoeloaollaa*; lhe aeroioa to. ? I ?s-ooino quaatjasaa. laoara opesn ?1 7 ? "The World Mos-isaaeat for the Vs.? 'aratlo-oa . ; Lerera m All Losaoas ??? be to. ?aasjaal aosnasa of srloluaaas to be ?vo-aa lay Mra Job ' V Culbrruorsn. isnoosodssst of th? U'aaaoaaoja?? j Olio Auxiliar? Mlaaaoa to Loeyar-? aa tulli ? ! tsoan?ay. Mar* Jt. ?J? aal.-The ?saaata Waat -Aaa_<?oaslasa ?.?too?? OklM? ilse_?vi?s>?*al. 7 ?a? tasa Yeorac Po ? ?? ?' iciety oaf the ??mid ?aaptiat Ckonss-o. Hmtiy, April i ?? :ja . a? -Tose ?oaastay _ ! of Calvary M. E. Charon oo_*o_al_ G 1 3 n_i . Tne National TtoBaiRC 04o_?el f.*r | nonduit road aad Iont.ico laar . vsadaeaday. Apnj ?. | ? at -The \s_ Miasoouary taotaeuo-a osi the Farai 1*. ' (???t* Uaaaa Ma-ahall ya?ta ?a-l ttaaday. AarO II, at It* a as?The Wait?) fV-hoo, aa* Th? Tron?o looothoeaa On?). I p_a , T-> CharvA _ fis. avvsoothrssa Maaastf. Aprii U, at ? i._.-T_o -Kasaml Auxiliary of th, P. ? Ctoataa aa* ?ha fc.osot. ?saaoaav- April G. UW aav-Tass ftoaaaa): fllhiX ef ?X. Paal a Lsitheoaa OkonvA ood psa.. the ChriootUn ?aooi-asssr herse.? ' Ver ?sono?? Ase-oso? 1 nove ia. fVeoioe? ISMHIATKII MM-C ITUIKYT?. Meet ad ?? KtoNk ?u -aoa Fini haato. Oes oaotuon ?J?. Toaatoaaono CSA l.aaAom ' *-SToi?-ss?voov?o .* 1* I^?to:t ' II*. V ., ?f 1_-__?. Uh Uamm. AH ?