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OF INTEREST TO WASHINGTON CHURCH-GOERS
Ceateialal Baptist. The Rev. E. lies 8wera will speak on "Stabilised" tomorrow morning, and will discuss "Are All Christians in Washington Sanctified?" In the eve ning. There will be congregational singing. Fo?s|rj Chsrek. "The Grand flk Book" will be the morning subjedr of Dr. Herbert F. Randolph. In the evening he will continue his "Bible Portrslts of Mod ern People." First SplHtaall-t. Alfred H. Terry, pastor, will speak ?n "Across the Threshold" at Pythian Temple. 1012 Ninth street northwest. C'bnrrh of Life and Jay. The evening topic of Dr. Harry Gax? will be "Illumination and Regenera tion. the Supreme Revelation of the Twentieth Ontury." % Women Are Invited. (Mr*. Evelyn Gurley-Kane will give a dramatic reading from the Book of Job at the Railroad Y M. C. A.. Union Station, 3:30 o'clock Sunday. tTaitartaa. "Medical and Social Work in Paris'' CHURCH NOTICES. COSIGHEUATIO!l*l. First Congregational Church TENTH and G STREETS N. W. REV. WILMER P. JOHNSTON. Assistant Pastor. Mjg* * Jij^& I ( v# l>R * HAHI.KS L. (iOODELL. OF >KW YORK. llsttO 4. *.?-Thr H 1Kb Cost of Life.** Hrt)0 P. M.?"Kerpinjc Step.** PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH OF THE COVENANT Conn. Ave. and N St. REV. CHARLES WOOD, D.D., MINISTER. SODAY. XOVKMBKR .TO. ??3??Sund.iT School, with men's and Homrn'* elaMen. IliMV?Mornlns Servlee. Dr. Wood preaches. 3:30?'Twenty-eighth In?pirntionnl Service. AildrrNs by Rev. John X. Mill*, on "The Protectant* of- Italy.", Special noloint; S. M. ^bian, pluni*t. j S'our anthcnH hy the Solo Double [uartet. A service of anered nonjc.' Sydney Lloyd WriKhtnon, director ?( niiiMir; Harvey Hurray, oncanM.! til.%?< hrlatian Kndriivor Tea-' Sapper. ??:4r??Christian Endeavor Ve*pcr Ser^lre. MKMW?Kveninc Service. Sermon hy Dr. Wood. Snhjeet: In the MerieM on **The Battlefield* of Europe and of the Soul." -The Reconstruction of (icrmsiny and of Humunity.** Evenina choir of IWH) voice*. So loiflt. Herman Faklcr. barytone; Sydney l.loyd WriKht*on, director of mti*ie; Harvey Murray, ornanist; ( laude Rol??**on. planint. THI RSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 11)10. SrtIO?Midweek I'rnyer Service. PECK MEMORIAL CHAPEL 2VTH AND M STREETS. 3:00?Sunday School. 7**>?< hrlntian Endeavor Service.! 7?45?Evening Service, with ser CHRI9TIAN SCIENCE. Christian Science The Churches of Christ. Scientist, of Washington Are: Ursl Church Columbia road and Euclid St. Second Church N. K. Masonic Temple. 8th and F N. K. Third < hurch Masonic Temple, 13th and N. Y. Ave. Fourth Church Th#? Arcade. 14th and Park road. Subject. "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Allan Mc.nmerinm and Hypnotlnm, Denounced.** SERVICES. Sunday. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. SUNDAY srHOOL-11 A. M. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEET INGS Eight o'clock. READING ROOMS. Colorado Bids:., 14th and G sts. Hours. 9 to 9 (Wed., 9 to 6; Sundays and holidays. 2:30 to 5:30). 1X03 Adams Mill Rd. N. W. Hours. 10 to- 9 (except Wed. eve.. Sundays and holidays). 14J* En*t Capitol St. Hours. 12 to 9 week days (except holi days); also 2:30 to 5:30 Sun days. The Areade, 14th and Park rd. (second floor), 10 to 5:33 week days; also 7 to 9 p. m.. except Wednesdays. CATHOLIC. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH TENTH STREET N. W. SPECIAL MASS EVERY SUNDAY AT 4 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING. FOR NEWSPAPER MEN AND ALL-NIGHT WORKERS. BEGINS SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7. ?OXCKPTIO*AI.l?IT. A I'cnci-M. Swfcrjr o? IndepndMit Think ??. (anaod 1? P D. MIka. Kim Adioeat. .n.l INji hic Adrimr <;? together matting s.uid4jr and WedMidAr nifhf., I o'clock. at Ninth ttBd H stw. METHODIST FREE METHODIST ' Rev. H. Z. Albaafk. Pastor l^atl.n. 111 Zm4 SI. K. w. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.: Sunday School. S:lg a. m ; Prayer Meeting every Tuesday eve nine at 7:30; rlaas meeting every Friday evening at 7:3#; Young Peo ple'a meeting every Sunday evening -? 7 o'clock. will be dlscusaed by Dr. William J. < kFrench of the American Red Crosa at! the evening service, followed by an informal aoclal hour. The miniatcr , will speak at the morning service. | New York Avrsae Presbyterian. At 11 a. m.t Dr. Wallace Radcllffe' will preach. In the evening "The ! Gospel of the Shorter Bible" will be th#? sermon topic. Temple Baptist. "A Strang* Climax," is til* sub ject of Dr. J. J. Muir's ??ermon to morrow morning. In the evening he will speak <>n "Three Notable Gardens." Bible school is at S:30 a. m.. and C. E. at 7 p. m. Fifth Baptist. Dr. John E. Briggs will talk on "The Sine Qua Non of Christianity.** for his Sunday morning topic, and on "The Tragedy of the Cross." In the evening. From 2 to 6 in the afternoon the "Every Member" can vass will be made. Canvassers will report and have supper at the church at < p ra. Mew Thought. Dr. Orlando E. Miller will be heard on "The Law of Remunera tion." ut 4 p. m. Sunday at Rau acher's. and on "The Law of Abund ance," at 8:15 in the Crystal Room of the New Ebbit. C. E. I'm ion. The District Christian Endeavor Union will meet Monday night at the United Brethren Church, with the address of the evening to be made by Dr. J. Stanley Durkee. president of Howard University. The Christian Endeavor shield will be awarded for a maximum attend ance. Servleea for I. O. O. F. Dr. J. F. Bryan at the North Caro lina Avenue Church will deliver a special sermon to Odd Fellows. Sun day night. Decision day will be observed at the 9:45 and 11 a. m. services. Gland Market Is Swamped By Offers of Prisoners San Quentin. Cal.. Nov. 38. ?Declar ing that they neeo money more than they do their interstitial glands, four men have written to the prison sur geons here offering to sell their glands, to the business man who recently, made an offer of $10,000. Dr. L L. Stanley and Dr. Kelker J have reflied that they cannot be me- J diums for such exchanges. CHURCH NOTICES. SEW THOUGHT. CHURCH of LIFE and JOY HARRY GAZE. Minister. NEW THOUGHT TEMPLE 1814 "N" STREET N. W. SUNDAY?8:15 P. M. ! SUBJECT: "Illnmination and Regenera tion, the Supreme Reve lation of the Twentieth Century." SUNDAY SCHOOl. AT 11:15 A. M. ) Metaphyseal Library nnd Head- j Ing Room* Open Every l>ay In the Week. ALL WELCOME. t'lnaa l.enwno. Monday, Wednes day and Friday, 8:13 p. m. Voluntary Ottering. EPISCOPAL, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Sixteenth and II Street* lte?. Itoland Utton Smith. 11.11. Aaalatanta: Itev. Kdnard Slater Dunlnp. M.A. , Itev. George William??n Smith. D.l). ! SERVICES: 8:00 A.M.?Holy Communion. 9:45 A.M.?Sunday School. 11:00 A.M.?Morning: Prayer and Ser- J mon. /4:00 P.M.?Evening Prayer and Ad dress. BAPTIST EU-, paster. in?wfn?: "Are al ? nCZ JWcITl Christians in Washing ton sanctified. or only those who talk about it?" 8 IV M Bright Auditorium; large free! chairs (men like them); enUmsiuUc singing; v*irs composed by the pastor. 11 A. M.. Stabilised " Centennial Bspt. 7th A Eye n. e. FIFTH K. near Seventh southwest. Dr. John E Briffu will preach at 11 and 7:30. Baptism. Every member canvass Sunday aft ernoon from 2 to 6. Sunday School. 9:30. Chapel Sunday School. 3:00.. B. V. P. U.. 6:45. Welcome. Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. 133.1 P *?. Vesper Service, Sunday, 4:30. "A World KsllowAip" skMeh and w?*r?I unusual features. Y. M. C. A. Y. M. C. A LOBBY MEETING Sunday Afternoon. 4 oVIoek Speaker. Rev. J Alvln < araphell Everybody Welcsne. 8PIKITUAL1SM. The First Spiritualist Church | ALFRED H. TERRY, PASTOR. I Subject of Leetvre "ACROSS THE THRESHOLD." Followed by spirit messages Sun day 8 p. m. at Pythian Temple, 1012 9th St. N. W. Come early for oeato. Rev. G. Ljal Art ham Noted platform test medium; meeting Sunday evening at 8 o'clock to Society Hall. 809 G at. nw. He will demonstrate immortality. Toios spirit srttapsa concluding the senrica by an swering questions. Doors open at 7-JO. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Church of Christ (Disciples). Bible Study. 10 a. m. Communion. 11 a m. t Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Masonic Temple. 8th and F 8ts. N. E.. Second Floor Front. C. 8. Long. Minister. OTHER SERVICES ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Meet at Pythian Temple Auditorium, 1012 Ninth Street N. W. Fifth Sunday Convention; Symposium. 11 a. | m. to 12; Luncheon. 12:15 to 1:15; Question j Meeting. 1 30 to 2;4>; Lecture it 3 n m. by ' J. K. Stephenson; Lonch. 530 to 030; Praise ? Swrtm. 7 10 to T JO; Ttstiaaony Meeting. TJOi 1 'THE BIBLE Translated out of the original tongues and from the edition known at "our xinthapa' oiku ?? GENESIS. CHAPTER 19. 1 Lot entertaineth two angels 4 The tirious Sodomite* aro atricken with Mindneta 12 !<ot i u sent for afcfety into the mountains. IS B?* , obtaioeth leate to go into 7/*r 21 Sodom and Uomorrah are drstrojed. M Lot's *it0 in a pillar of salt. ? Lot dwalleth in a cave. 31 The incestuous original of Moab and Am mon. And there came two angels to Sodom at even; and Lot Mat in the gate of Sodom: and Lot seeing tkrui rose up to meet them; and he bowed i himself with his face toward the j ground; ? 2 And he said. Behold now, my lords, turn In. I pray you, into your servant's house, and tarry all night, and wash your feet, and ye shall rise up early, and go on your ways. And they, said. Nay; but wc will abide in the street all night. 3 And he pressed upon them greatly; and they turned in unto him. and entered into his hoiise; and he made them a feast, and did bake unleavened bread, and they did cat. 4 1 But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter: 5 And they called unto Lot. and said unto him. Where are the men ! which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us. that we may know them. 6 And Lot went out at the door unto them, and shut the door after him. 7 And said. I pray you brethren, do not so wickedly. 8 Behold now. I have two daugh ters which have not known man; let me. I pray you. bring them out unto you. and do ye to them as In good in your eyes: only unto these men do nothing; for therefore came they under the shadow of my roof. 9 And they said. Stand back. And they said nan In. This one fel low came in to sojourn, and he will needs be a judge: now will we deal worse with thee than with them. And they pressed sore upon the j man. even Lot. and came near to! break the door. 10 But the men put forth their; hand, and pulled Lot into the house ! to them, and shut to the door. 11 And they smote the men that ! were at the door of the house with I blindness, both small nnd gr^at: so. that they wearied themselves to I find the door. 12 * And the men said unto Lot. j Hast thou here any besides? son 1 in law. and thy sone. and thy; daughters. and whatsoever thou j hast in the city, bring them out of this place: 13 For we will destroy this! place, because the cry of them is waxen great before the face of the \ TODAY IS TAG DAY FOR VISITING NURSES Citizens of Washington will h? asked to buy tags today tn aid in ! providing more visiting nurses for the sick in the city. Representatives of the Instructive | Visiting Nurses' Society will stop j everyone in their vicinity and re- j mind them that this is tag day. Mrs. tr. Brown Miller is in charge of the sale. Each 50 rents contributed today means one more call on a sick per son who needs care, the nurses point out. A part of the fund raised will be used to provide automobile serv ice to outlying parts of the city. Temporary quarters of the society! have been established at 1305 Fj street. Mrs. Reginald Huidekoper will I be in charge of demonstrations of bathing, dressing and general care of baby. OHIO STATE PRESIDENT GUEST OF D. C. ALUMNI W. O. Thompson, president of the Ohio State University, will be the guest of honor at a banquet of the Ohio State University Association of Washington tonight at the Univer sity Club. Fifteenth and T streeL* northwest. President Thompson is in Wash ington as delegate to the second La bor Conference called by the Pres- j ident. j Postal Clerks to Have Training School Here Establishment of a training school for new post office employes Is being considered by officials of the Washing Ion city post office. It was announced yesterday. It is being planned to Inaugurate a training course through which letter carriers and clerks must pass. A closer co-operation will be one of the objects of this system. CITY NEWS BRIEFS. Samuel C. Holmes, colored, in the police court was convicted of carry-1 !- ' concealed weapons and waa fined m _ , | Six more students have been Inl- | tiated into the George Washington j University Masonic club. They are J. Harry Ellerbrick, Everett A. Hel!- ? muth and LeRoy E. Heist, of the Col- ! I*ce of Engineering; and Frank E. i McCaslln. John L. Maer, and S. A. j l^arson. of Columbian college. John A. Fray, former president of ! the club, and a recent graduate of the University Uw school, has accepted ! a position on the sales staff of a 1 Kansas City automobile firm and has | bid farewell t<n the club members here. A bazaar for the benefit of Provl- j dence Hospital Day Nursery will be, held in the nursery, 408 Third street' northeast, December 1, 2 and 3, by' the Ladies of Charity. Henry S. Rawdon has sailed for Europe for a three months' scientific trip. Rawdon is physicist of the Bu reau of Standards. Thanksgiving dinner was served to eighteen negro and five white prisoners of the State of Virginia, working on the Washington-Fairfax highway, near Vienna, by the women i of the vicinity. W. M. Casey ha? resigned his posi- ] tion as superintendent of the Wash ington Railway and Electric Com pany, to become an official of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com pany. hr. May's Treatment conquers worst esses . Ipllspsjt Spasms, Convulsions, Nervous ers. Generous $2.00 bottle scat free. StatbAoJ *.*. H. MAT, MS PKAML ST.. NMW JoW Lord: and the Lord hath sent us to destroy It. 14 I And Lot went out. and spake untb hi* cons in law, which married hi* daughter*, and said Up. get you out of this place; for tnc Lord will destroy this city. Dut he seemed a* one that mocked unto hi? son* in law. ? 15 1 And when the morning arose, then the angels hastened Lot. saying. Arise, take thy wife, and thy twovdaughters, which are here; lest thou be consumed in the In iquity of the city. 16 And while he lingered, the men laid hold upon hi* hand, and upon the hand of his wife, and upon the hand of h!? two daughters; the Lord being merciful unto him: and they brought him forth, and set him without the city. 17 11 And it came to pass. when they had brought them forth abroad, that he *aid. Kscape for thy life; look not behind thee, neither stay thou in all the plain; escape to the mountain, lest thou be con sumed. 18 And Lot *ald unto them. Oh. not *<>, my Lord1: 16 And unto Sarah he said, Behold, found grace in thy *ight. and thou hast magnified thy mercy, which thou hast shewed unto me In sav ing my life; and I cannot escape to j the mountain. le*t some evil take me. and 1 die: 20 Uehold now. this city la near to flee unto, and it I* a little one: O. let me escape thither. (la it not a little one?) und my ?oul shall live. 21 And he *aid unto him. See. 1 have accepted thee concerning thi? thing also, that I will not over throw thi* city, for the which thou hast spoken. 22 Haste thee, escape thither: for I cannot do anything till thou be come thither. Therefore the name of the city was called Zoar. 2.1 11 The sun was ri<^en upon the earth when I<ot entered into Zoar. 24 Then the Lord rained upon Sodom nnd upon Gomorrah brim stone and fire from the l^ord out of heaven: 25 And he overthrew those cities, and all'the plain, and all the in habitants of the cities, and tnat which grew upon the ground. 26 f Dut his wife looked back from behind him. and she became a pillar of salt. 27 U And Abraham gat up early hi the morning to the place where he stood before the Lord: 28 And he looked toward Sodom and Gomorrah, and toward all the! land of the plain, and beheld, and. lo. the smoke ??f the country went up as the smoke of a furnace. 29 *1 And it catne to pass, when God destroyed the cities of the plain, that God remembered Abra ham. and sent Ix>t out of the midst of the overthrow, when he over threw the cities in the which I?t . dwelt. .10 U And I^ot went up out of Zoar. and dwelt in the mountain, and his two daughters with him:1 for he feared to dwell in Zoar: and he dwelt in a cave, he and his two daughters. 31 And the firstborn said unto the younger. Our father In old. ana there Im not a man in tha earth to come in unto us after the manner -of all the earth: .12 Tome, let us make our father drink wine, and we will lie with him. that we may preserve seed of our father. 33 And they made their father drink wine that night: and the first born went in. and lay with her fa ther; and he perceived not when J she lay down, nor when she aros?\ | 34 And it came to pass on the ; morrow, that th?? firstborn said unto! the younger, Rehold. 1 lay yester- j night with my father: let us rnaka I him drink wine this nisht also; and go thou in. and lie with him. that we may preserve seed of our father. 35 And they made their father drink wine that night also: and the younger arose, and lay with him; and he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose. 36 Thus were both the daugh ters of Lot with child bv their father. 37 And the firstborn bare a son. and called his name Moab: the same I" the father of the Moabites unto this day. 38 And the younger, sTie also' bare a son. and called his name} T?en-ammi: the same la the father' of the children of Ammon unto this day. (To Pe Continued.) You Do Not Even Realize It? IT IS OVER SO QUICK. With Vita Air, Sweet Air and Gam Numbing, we can ex tract every tooth in your head in a few minute* without pain. If people would not allow tooth decay to proceed, without interruption, until the suffering from exposed nerves is no longer endurable there would never be any necessity for pulling teeth. They could be saved. ? However, if you find it necessary to have extracting done, remember you are living in the twentieth century. Teeth are extracted by DR. WRIGHT with little inconven ience today?compared with old-fashioned methods. You'll suffer more in five minutes in trying to endure an aching tooth than you'd be called upon to suffer if you al lowed our careful operators to pull. it. We i save them if they can be saved. FREE EXAMINATION. Eighteen years' experience treating the DR. WRIRIIT 18 Yrara or Rrwarrh^Urk. teeth of nervous and sensitive patients. i Lady and Maid in Attendance?Every Instrument Sterilised. Don't let fear of pain deprive yon of that to which you are entitled. All work done without the light est resemblance of pain. 437 to 441 Seventh Street *wr rioard. The offlrr nhrrr tbr pitru. ? ?' ?' Iworrow ha* ?> grrut ? mlw na the patrons*? of today. 24-fconr Mfrvfrr. Phone Mala M4T. THK NAME ADD ADDBBI U. S. CUTS H. C. OF DREADNAUGHTS Over $500,000 has thus lar been >aved for Uncle Sam in building the great Dreadnaught California at the. Mare Island Navy Yard, instead of by private contract. The huge hull has just been launched. Equal in length to the New Mexico, and one foot wider, she is America's largest warship. Cost of hull, $7,800,000; total. $15,000,000; length, 624 feet; beam, ninety-six fret; mean draft, thirty feet; displacement, 32,000 tons; 28,000 horse-power electric turbines; estimated speed, twenty-one knots. NEW STEPMOTHER DESERTS 3 CHILDREN It In hard to lose a mother twtc**. Ixist night three little girls in the home of William H. Scott. 31 M street, who had learned to love their new mother of seveu months, wen* forlornly to their beds, once ag.iln without the henison of a mothers pood nistit kiss. Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who are em ployes at the Bureau of Kngravin*.: and Printing, were late to work be cause the family overslept Itself Wednesday. The father, as is usual with fathers, went on to his work But Mrs. Scott remained at honiv | for her tardily begun day. and uti? ! ized the unaccustomed leisure to pack her trunk for imc*?remon<ous land Indefinite leave. But the miss I Ins step-mother couldn't continue A. IW. O. I*. if she knew of the heart |broken little group hoping for her I return. SOLDIER'S FAMILY IN FIRE-RAVAGED TOWN Hncertalnty as to the fate of hi* mother and other relative** grips j Isaac l^eipofT. 1303 Seventh street northwest; former soldier of the 315'.h Machine Gun Battalion. I L.ei|*?ff's relatives were residents of I tiie I'krainian town of Pogrobicz. ! whose destruction by fire was re counted by Ueut. Cohen, of the Army Aviation Corps, an eyewitness of these devastations of the counter revolutionists 'Hie lieutenant has recently re turned from the I'kraine to this city. He says 'America has no idea of the ferocity of the conflict in Russia. ARGENTINA'S GLORIES PAINTED BY LECTURER In Argentina one may find cities beautiful which aff?>rd lessons in city planning for municipalities of the northern hemisphere, and likewise thero are wilds which offer the ail ventures of the African iungles. ac cording to Maj. Charles Wellington Furlong, who lectured yesterday af ternoon and last evening before the National Geographic Society in the New Masonic temple. Some of the most remarkable pic lures shown were those of the great j sheep and cattle ranges of Argentina. < on one of which there are more than j ^W.OUO sheep. Adventure arrived in | plenty when Maj. Furloqp. acoompan-1 ted by a gaucho. or native cowboy, crossed the great Patagonjan habita tion of the fast dwindling Indians, remnants of the once sturdy race that H-t-upied much of the area of Argen tina wtiich now affords vast grain I ind grazing lands. I'or three days Maj. Furlong was without food on this trip. RUSSIAN PLAYS OWN SELECTIONS Serge Prokofleff. the Rus?ian pianist and composer, was beard in recital yesterday afternoon at the National Theater, under the man agement of T. Arthur Smith, as the second of the Ten Star concerts. The program was composed of Schumann's "Carnival,** a suite of miscellaneous Russian composers, the celebrated Rachmininoff pre lude in G sharp minor, and a set of five of his own compositions. The Papilloma. Coquette and Pier rot were parts that especially pleased. In th* Pierrot particular ly Mr. ProkoflffTs dainty, yet won derful sustained tone work was noted. The quiet, stately and plaintive "Au Convent. Borodine,** which opened the second suite, gave an | opportunity for tone picture that ; was not lost. The walk of the nuns as the convent bell* were ringing was brought before the mind's eye. Prokofloff will rank with the greatest interpreters, but as a com poser is a disappointment; for in stance. the prelude, which opened the suite, carries a beautiful mHody j but larks depth and is not likely i to become popular. The other ( numbers would seem to be open to j interpretation bv the composer only, j being largely a display of technique. ! The Gavotte leaves the question a> ; to why it wrvs s<* termed, having all j the earmarks of a march. Th<* Washington Piano" was ; used at this concert. A. W. H. j RAINBOW MEN TO HEAR MENOHER AT SMOKER Veterans of the Rainbow Division j will live over again the fateful days , spent on the old battlefields of Europe] when they gather Wednesday night j for a smoker in the Potomac Boai I | Club, Thirty-sixth and M streets j I northwest. j The affair will be in commemoration I | of the first anniversary of the Rain- I l ow Division's entry into Germany. It j will be given by the District Chapter j of the Rainbow Division Veterans' or- ( | ganlzation. |' Among the speakers will be Gen. C. I T. Menoh#?r. "fightinc commander" of j the division, and T^ieut- Col. C. A. ' I?rave. who commanded the l.r>lst Ma chine Gun Battalion in the Argonne. Official pictures of battle scenes taken by the Army Signal Corps will be shown on a screen. Arrangements are being made to have the wounded Rain bow men of Walter Reed Hospital as guests. BUREAU OF ENGRAV ING AND PRINTING NEWS. ' The employe* of the stamp per forating division arc the honored recipients of a letter from the ^ueen of Belgium. expressing ap preciation for the beautiful bouquet of flowers presented her by this di vision during her visit to this city. Mis* Blanche Eviok, of th? 't?mj) perforating division. haa been on leave for ^>cveral days. Miss Titlie Lindsay, of the print Ing division office force, accom panied by Mims Gertrude McNally, secretary of the Girls' Union, la spending the week-end In New York City. Joseph McKate. of the engraving division, mho returned from hia honeymoon trip to New York a few day* ago. ***? pi*-?. r.te<f with ? beautiful set of silver. Miss Mary Wright, of the num bering division, is spending the week-end with friends In Balti more. Fred Burlingam*. custodian presses, section 7, is seiiously ill at his hontc. Miss Susan Campbell, of ths stamp perforating division, has re signed h?*r position, due to ill health. Thomas Niffrent. machinist In sec tion 5. is ill at the Alexandria Hos pital. having undergone an opera tion for appendicitis Wednesday night. James Gram, engraving division, has resigned to accpt a position with the t'nfon Twist Drill Company in Athol. Mass. The Bureau band will hold ita next rehearsal Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Miss Mary Millar, of the number ing division, has been in York, Pa for the past few days. Thi Plate Printers' Union i? holding its regular meeting tomor row at '.:30 at Tvpographl?al Tem | pie. Officers will be elected. Rep. Olney to Address Girl Scouts in Rally | Representative Richard Olney. ol I Massnctousetts, will be on#1 of th? I principal .speakers at the Girl Scout rally at A ir* o'clock Saturday after - I noon. Pe--ember ?. in Memorial Con tinental Hall. i The Captains' Club of the Girl Scouts a ill hold its annual election ! at - o'clock this afternoon at Girl ; Scout headquarters, room 21 T?. Wood ward Building. All captains an 1 : l:eu*enants have been Invited to at | tend. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6 P. M. ^ftOTH SIDES OF 7? ATK ST. "THE DEPENDABLE STORE** Useful Gifts for the Men A visit to our Men's Furnishings Department today will show you just what a man wants for Christmas. There are a great many suggestions on display?all just the thing a man appreciates the most. These are hints: $1.75 Men's Fownen' Cray Washahlp I'loth Cloves, have th? app^aram of leather when worn Men's Warm G Invest of lin*d capeskin and suede: also wool gloves. Priced at 75c to $5.98 Mon's Suspenders, of good <iua1 ity liale and mercerized webbing; leather cutoff. Nicely boxed Priced at 79c to $1.25 Men's I* A. R. Half Hose, of line quality mercerized Sea Isl and cotton: strongly reinforced at all wearing points; in black, navy. suede and cordovan. Neatly boxed ready for prcsenla lion Worth <?5c pair tA/y (Si* pairs for 1C!.73) Men's Cloves. of genuine mocha; good, soft finish skins; perfectly mad*- Priced at $3.75 to $5.00 Men's Kassan Capeskin Cloves. aod $3.00 Men's Smoking Jackets. of flne quality double-face golf cloth; col lar. pocket flaps and sleeve ruffs made from reverse plaid side ??f material. Cord or silk binding, and fastened with silk frogs. Priced at $7.50 to $12.98 Goldenberg's?First Floor. Men's Combination Sets, con sifting of Pioneer Suspenders and Brighton Carters. Neatly boxed Priced at - ? $1.19 to $1.79 Men's Auto Gauntlets. Crinnel and other high - grade makes: fleece or lamb lined. Priced at $4.00 to $12.50 Men's leather Pelt*. wtli nickel or silver burk'es; the cel ebrate Hick' k make. Neatly boxed. Belts. with nick' 1 buckles. at >1.^. lie Its. w;th sterling silver fr.-nt buckles, at *2.on. M-n's Ne< kw.-ar. "f silks fr-?m foreign and domestic looris. N'- w medium shape or large flaming end four-in-hand?; plain colors, stripes, medium and lar~? figures and many other novelty designs. Priced at 79c to $3.00 Men's Path and Lounging Robes of 1 .awren* e. Beacon and Part-Wool Itlankets. l'.ath rol?es made with full round collar tind girdle; lounging robes with notch ? ?r shawl collar, button front and bound with silk cord Priced at $5.00 to $16.98 Our Regular Week-Knd Special Sale of Toilet Ncccssitics Williams' Shaving Soap, round cakes to fit the shaving niue: regular ioc C cakes OC Colgate's High-Grade Triple Extracts, all the favorite odors; including Cashmere Bouquet, Dactylis. etc. Trial size bottle.... Tyree's Antiseptic regular 30c boxes Odo-ro-no, regular 30c bottle Colgate's Dental Cream, large tubes; with each tube a trial bottle of Colgate's new "Cha-Ming" Extract 25c Sample Toothbrushes, good quality bristles; assortment of ' popular styles, with bone and transparent celluloid 1 Q*? handles; worth 25c 1?/C Hairbrushes, good quality bristles, black and CQi" wh'ite; solid backs ?J?7C Carmen Rouge, regular 50c boxes.. Pompeian Day Cream, OQ ? tegular 50c jars 05FC Cloidenberc's?First Floor. SCRUBBING MOPS Special for Today at 29c 89c The "E. Z." Solf - WrinRinc Scrubbing Mop. with long handle ?the most practical and helpful aid to the housewife. Easily op erated and very serviceable. To day at 8?c. OoldenJ>erg's?Basement. Boys' Suits arid Overcoats The Kinds Boys Like?Moderately Priced for Today A broad assortment of th<? newest style* t?i Roys* * "lot lies ready for toda>?good wearing material* and dtitabl** workmanship combine with reasonable prices to make this the most satisfactory am! economical place to come f??r the buys' winter outfit. Boys' Two-Pants Suits at $16.75 Roys* Two-Pants Suits, dark fancy mixture*, in heavy-weight mixed eas-simere; w*ist->eam belted coat and two pairs of full lined and taped knu-ket hot ker pants. Albert twilled eoat lining and sihtsia lined pants. Porm-fltting models. Ideal for school ..r dress wear. Me?-a 8 to 17 years. $12.75 to $14.50 Suits at $9.50 Hoys* School and Prens Suits, of winter weight fancy cassimere and tweeds, in dark colorings; neat mixed patterns; belted form atting ?'oatn and full lined and taped knicker bocker pants. Sizes from 7 to in years. I"tt not in every st> le and odor. $18.75 Juvenile Overcoats at $14.75 Juvenile Overcoats, of chinchilla and smooth-finish cloth, in gray, navy blue and green; button-to-the-neck and convertible collar; full length models, with new waistline or full-cut styles, with belt*-. Well tailored and finished. Sizes 2\? to 10 years. Women's $8.00, $9.00 and $10.00 High Shoes at $5.95 a Pair To offer smart footwear of dependable leathers at such a lotv price is indeed an achievement in these days of rising: prices. For today's sal we have taken the short lots and incomplete lines from our regular stock and marked them at this big reduction. Lace and button models, of Brown Kid. Patent Colt, Black Kid, dull and combination leathers, with lx>uis and Cuban heels. Not every size of each style, but all sizes in the lot. Misses' and Children's Shoes, Worth Up to $4.50 Pair, at $2.95 Comfortably styled shoes of substantial quality leathers, in lace and button models, of Patent Colt and aull leathers. Sizes in the lot. 6 to 8, 8 Vt to 11 and 11 tt to 2. Goldenberg's?First Floor.