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Latest Announcements of Church News, Activities and Services
FCJLPIT AND PEW
Uev. T>r. K. Tsunashina of Japan
will speak at Trinity M. E. Church
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock on ,
'Christianity and Japan." Dr. Tsuna
shina is a graduate of Yale Univer
sity, and has been pastor of the Con
gregational Church in Tokio. Japan,
for twenty-eight years. He is a mem- j
ber of the.Japanese delegation at the
conference on the limitation of arma- I
ment. I
* * * *
The Cleveland Park Community
Service will be addressed by Kev.
Hiromichi Kozakl of Tokio, Japan, to
morrow at 8 p.m. at the Cleveland
Park Congregational Church.
* * * *
Tomorrow will be Harvest Home
day at the Second Baptist Church. 4th
street and Virginia avenue southeast,
and at the evening service twenty
seven children from the Baptist Home
, will present a brief program of i*ong
and recitations.
* * * *
"Musical Mouths" is Rev. K. Hez
Swem's subject tomorrow night, and
"Suspense Suppressed" tomorrow
morning at the Centennial Baptist
Church.
* * * *
At Foundry Church Rev. Bishop
John W. Hamilton, chancellor of the
American University, will preach to
morrow at 11 a.m. His subject will
be. "After War. What?" At 8 p.m. Dr. |
Randolph will preach, subject. "Ca
mouflage." a new name for an old
thing. Thursday evening, classes in
religions education. Mrs. McDowell's
mission study class will consider the
question "What shall be done with
China?" Weekly service of prayer.
* * * *
Vesper services are to be held at
4:30 o'clock tomorrow at the Y. W. C. ;
A.. 1335 F street. Elizabeth F. Pierce
will be the speaker.
# # * *
E. W. Collamore, president of the
American Home Bible Institute, will
address the students of the Southeast
Bible Institute and Mission, an affil
iated school, at Knon Baptist Church
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
* * * *
Rev. Dr. James Shera Montgomery
will conduct public worship at the
Calvary Methodist Church tomorrow
morning and preach on "By Way of
'the Iron Gate." In the evening he
will deliver a sermon-lecture on "The
Land of the Midnight Sun."
* * * *
At Temple Baptist Church tomor
row Rev. Dr. Muir will preach on the
topics. "Love's Dimensions" and "A!
Skeptical Courtier." The Christian j
Endeavor meeting will be led by Miss
Blanche Acher.
* * * *
"The Bible and Spiritual Nurture
From a Liberal Point of View" will be
the subject of the sermon by Rev.
ITlyssen G. B. Pierce, minister of All
Souls* Church, tomorrow morning in
the Knickerbocker Theater. Charles
Trowbridge Tittmann. bass, will be
assisted by Herman C. Rakemann, vio
lin, with Lewis Corning Atwater at
the organ.
? ? * *
Dr. Lucian W. Chaney of the
United States bureau of labor sta
tistics will address the Liberal Re
ligious Union tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock, his subject being "The Final
Report of the Interchurch Movement's
Commission of Inquiry on the Steel
Strike of 1919." The meeting will be
held in Unitarian House, 1789 Colum
bia road.
* * * *
Miss Nell Mays, the girl evangelist, j
will hold revival meetings in the
<5race Baptist Chifrch, 9th street and
South Carolina avenue southeast, be
ginning tomorrow. She has just con
cluded meetings in the Grace Baptist
Church, Baltimore.
? * ? *
The Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation, co-operating with the Wo
man's Interdenominational Mission
ary Union, has charge of the evan
gelistic service at the National
Training School for Girls, at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow.
* * * *
The Swedish Baptists of the Dis
trict will hold services, in their own
language, tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, at the First Baptist
Church, 16th and O streets, to which
all Scandinavivans are invited.
? * * *
The sunrise prayer meeting held at
the First Baptist Church Thanks
giving morning, led by Dr. Henry
Allen Tupper, the pastor, was at
tended by representatives from
many of the Baptist churches of
the city. The song service was led
by Commander Simmers, U. S. N.
Coffee and light refreshments were
served under the leadership of Mrs.
J. D. Keifer and Mrs. Charles Beatty.
? * * *
At the Immanuel Baptist Church
Rev. Gove G. Johnson preaches to
morrow morning, and in the evening
the choir gives a special musical pro
gram and the pastor preaches a short
?sermon on "The Right to Be Happy."
another in the series on "A Young
Person's Perplexxities." At the young
people's meeting, at 7 o'clock. Dr. J.
B. Clayton gives an address. Dr.
Clayton's class on Saturday evenings,
from 8 to 9, Is growing each week.
His theme tonight is "The Spirit, Di- |
vine and Human." The class is open
to all.
* * * *
"A Warless World, in History and
Life" will be the subject of the ser
mon tomorrow night by Rev. George
A. Miller at the Ninth Street Chris
tian Cfcurch. This will be the last
sermoi^in the series on "A Warless
World." The morning sermon will be
on "The Covenants."
Garnett January will speak tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock on "The
Power of Curiosity. or Making
Your Dreams Come True," at the
UNIVERSALIST.
t Church of Our Father
13th and L sts. n w.
11 a.m.. I>r. Wm. II. Mc<>latiflln of Penn
sylvania, former general superintendent, will
preach. Sunday school, 9:4f?. I>r. Van
Schaick's Young People's class, 10 a.m. Y. '
P. C. U., 7 p.m.
reformed:
REFORMED
__ 15th AND O STREETS N.W.
KJTdCC HENRY H. RANCK, D. D.. Pastor.
11 and &?Sermons by I>r. Paul S. I^lnbark.
editor of Reformed Church Messenger, Phil
adelphia.
9:40 a.m.-?8. S. 7 p.m.?C. E.
T?. - CORNER 13th AND MONROE STS.
First DR. JAMES D. BCHRER.
9:45 a.m.?Bible school of nil departments.
11 a.m.-8 p.m. services. C. E., 7 p.m. %
UNITARIAN.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH
FOUNDED 1821.
ULYSSES G. B. PIERCE. D. D..
Minister.
Services in
Knickerbocker Theater
18th and Columbia Road
During Construction New Church.
Sis.* nth and Harvard sts.
t:45?Sunday school. Graded course. A!s?,
Kindergarten during morning service.
11:00?Morning worship. Sermon by the
minister?
"The Bible and Spiritual
Nurture"
Mr. Tittmann. Bow.
Mr. Rakemann. violin.
t Mr. Atwater, Organ.
Bandar. S p.m.. in Unitarian House, 1T89
Columbia rd., auspices Liberal Religious
Talon. Dr. I^irian W. ('hanejr of tlie D. 8.
llurrau ut labor Statistics, will speak on
"The Report at the Interrliurck Commlaalon
Ob Lke Steel Strike of 1918."
Unity Auditorium, 300 Homer build
i ing. The Unity Society will have its
| first birthday party and harvest so
cial Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
A special program is arranged. Mrs.
Viva M. January will return Monday
from a lecture trip to Ohio and Mr.
January will leave Wednesday night
I on an extended trip through the
.south in the interest of the Interna
tional New Thought Alliance. He
has been elected as acting executive
secretary of the alliance since the
resignation of Mrs. Melva J. Merrill.
* * * *
Rev. DV. Earle Wllfley will preach
tomorrow morning and evening at
the Vermont Avenue Christian
Church. A general social for mem
bers and friends of the church will
be held at the church next Wednes
day evening, when the board of of
ficers of the church will act as hosts.
More than 150 young women partook
of the annual Thanksgiving dinner
of the Crusaders' class of the Sun
day school of the church on Thurs
day evening. This class entertain
ed the Burrell class of the Calvary
Baptist Church and the Every Girl
class of the Church of the Covenant
last night, when Dr. Rachelle Yar
row of the public health service de
livered an address.
* * * *
Rev. Walter A. Morgan, pastor of
the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church, is college preacher today at
Wellesley College in Massachusetts.
Wayne B. Wheeler of the Anti-Sa
loon League of America and Rev. D.
L. Butler Pratt, dean of the School
of Religion of Howard University,
will fill the pulpit in the absence of
the pastor.
? * * *
B. H. Spence, representing the
Anti-Saloon I>eague, will speak to
morrow evening in the Central Pres
byterian Church. Rev. Dr. James H.
Taylor, the pastor of the church,
will preach at the morning service.
The lectures on the "Fundamentals
of Christianity," which Dr. Taylor is
now giving in the School of Relig
ious Education, under the direction
of the Y. M. C. A., will be given later
at the Central Presbyterian Church.
* # * *
At the West Washington Baptist
Church Harvest Home day will be
observed tomorrow, when at both
Services donations will be received
for the two homes?the home for the
I aged women and the home for the
children. The pastor. Rev. William
I R. Plannagan. will use as his sub
I jects "The Silver Lining of the
Darkest Cloud" and "My Sin."
* * * *
Rev. Dr. Charles Wood of the Church
of the Covenant will speak tomorrow
evening at the 8 o'clock service, on
"The Problem of the Black and White
Races," this being the sixth sermon
of the series, "Bright Spots in the
Dark Continent." Henry Morgen
thau, former ambassador to Turkey,
will deliver an address on "America's
Moral Responsibility to the World"
at the afternoon service at the Church
of the Covenant tomorrow at 3:30
o'clock.
* * * *
Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman will
preach tomorrow at the Church of
the Eftiphany. at both 11 a.m. and S
p.m. Although work on the new Mc
Kim memorial tower Is well under
way. it will not Interfere with any
of the regular church services. The
noonday services in interest of the
conference on limitation of armament
will be continued each day next week
excenting Saturday. The speaker on
-Monday will be William Mather Lew
is of the National Chamber of Com
merce.
* * * *
The decorations which were used In
the Metropolitan Memorial M. E.
Church Thanksgiving day will be re
tained over Sunday. Rev. Dr. Harry D.
Mitchell, the minister, will preach ap
propriate sermons tomorrow, using as
his theme in the morning "The Faith
fulness of God" and at night "The New
Testament Revelation of God." The
Thanksgiving music will be repeated.
* * * *
A sale and bazaar under the auspices
of the Ladles' Association of the Metro
pclitan Memorial M. E. Church will be
held in the church parlors next Friday
night. "The Kitchen Cabinet Orches
tra" will play during the evening. Mrs.
H. D. Mitchell will be the director and
Mrs. J. Q. Slye the reciter.
* * * *
Rev. Kakichi Tsunashima, delegate to
the arms conference from the Federal
Council of Churches of Toklo, Japan,
will be the speaker at Petworth Baptist
Church tomorrow evening. Dr. Tsuna
shima was in 1914 a delegate to the
conference of the war alliance for In
ternational friendship; was for twenty
five years pastor of the Second Congre
gational Church of Tokio, and was for
eight years sent by the Church Fed
eration of Japan to America to In
terpret the Japanese life and thought.
In the morning Rev. F. Paul Langhome,
pastor, will preach.
* * * *
At the Chutrh of Life and Joy, 1814 N
street, tomorrow the usual healing serv
ice will be held at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m.
the subject will be "The Eyes?The
Windows of the Soul." by Dr. Lee W
Esterbrook. In the evening Miss Ada
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Colored.)
Miles Memorial C. M. E. Church
3rd st. between L and N. Y. ave. n.w.
REV. M. L. BREEDING, Minister.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school;
11:00 a.m.?Special Thanksgiving sermon
by the pastor.
6:30 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Annual sermon to the Knights
of Jerusalem.
BIO RALLY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
30. 1921. AT 8 P.M. SHARP.
John Wesley A. M. ?. Zion Church
Corner 14th and Corcoran ste. n.w.
REV. W. O. CARRINGTON, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school and Bible classes.
10:45 a.m.?"WINGS AND HANDS."
p.m.?Christian Endeavor meeting.
7:45 p.m.?"THE WAITING FIGURES."
These services will help YOU. ?
Haven M. E. Church
14th and B sts. and Mass. ave. s.e.
WM. BROWN, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Sermon by the pastor.
6:30 p.m.?Senior Epworth League.
Strangers and Friends Are Welcome.
Galbraith A. M. ?. Zion Church
6th st. between L and M n.w.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m..
Holy communion.
"The Sinless Made Sin and the Sinful Made
Righteous."
6;30 p.m.?Varick Christian Epdeavor.
Special music by the choir.
You are welcome to our services.
WM. D. BATTLE. Pastor. ?
Israel C1VL E. SSffh sts. s.w.
REV. C. L. KNOX. Pastor.
9:30 a.m.. Sunday school; 11 a.m., ser
mon by a visiting minister; 6:80 p.m.. Ep
worth Lesgue; 8 p.m.. annual sermon to
United Order of Tents of J. R. and J. U. of
the District, for Old Folks* Home and
orphan funds; Monday. 8 p.m., church con
ference. Everybody welcome.
Campbell A. M. E. Church
Nichols Ave. S.E.
9:30 a.m.?8. 8. R. 8. 1'enn. snpt.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by Dr. C. F. CbecUxl.
3:00 p.m.?Services by I>r. C. F. Checlrzi.
K:30 p.m.?Christian Kndeavor.
W. H MANOKOO. P??tor.
Brown's Memorial
14tli, B and N. Car. ave. n.e.
REV. O. E. JONES. D. D., pastor.
Sunday services?
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
A. R. Sightler. supt.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by pastor.
Subject. "MEETING THE SU
PREME TEAT." i
6:00 p.m.?Allen C. E, League.
A splendid topic.
7:45 p.m.?Union services of the choir and
Christian endeavor.
The third monthly installment on the $3,500
rally is due. Let all come out and do your
bit as the Lord has prospered yon. Victory
is in sight.
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOV. 29th, at 7:46
p.m., REV. DEAN OF AMES M. E. CHURCH.
Baltimore, Md.. will preach for na. We wish
for him a packed house. Let the ushers be
prepared to hang ont the 8/ K. O. sign st
7:40 p.m. These services are for the benefit
of onr rally, so come ont and help us go
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP IN
THE REDUCTION OF ARMAMENTS?
Bj the Federal Council of the Chinches of Christ 1b America.
Accept your personal responsibility in helping your
church and your community to believe in the practicability
of a warless world.
Help circulate "Working Toward a Warless World" and
other relevant literature.
Take the initiative in starting a study group in your
church, using the outlines of courses based on "Working To
ward a Warless World" and "Problems of the Pacific and
the Far East."
Talk in your .home and with friends about the confer
ence, being equipped for such conversation by the informa
tion given in this and other pamphlets dealing with the
necessity for an immediate reduction of armaments and a
new world-order whose purpose is peace.
Let church groups, women's clubs or other organizations
ask the managers of local motion picture houses to prepare
and use each afternoon and evening five or six slides pre
senting statistics and brief quotations on the question of the
reduction of armaments.
Throughout the period of the conference maintain con
tinued attention to its proceedings and continued study of
international problems and policies.
ASK GIFTS FOR LEPERS.
Washington Auxiliary Will Re
ceive Contributions at Meeting.
The, Washington Auxiliary Mission
to Lepers will receive gifts for lepers
who are wards of the United States
in the National Leper Asylum, in
CarvlUe, La.; Virgki Islands and
Palo Laco, Panama, Friday after
noon. December 2, at the regular
meeting of the Missionary Union in
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
South.
Gifts of soap, bright red bandana
handkerchifs, wrappings of old linen,
candy, etc.. will be received at the
church by Mrs. Charlotte Wads
worth of the Church of the Advent,
chairman of the standing committee
on Christmas gifts for lepers. Money
may be sent to the treasurer, Mrs.
Washington Topham, 43 U street
northwest. ?
Rainey will speak on "The New Spirit."
Soloist, Miss Lenore Gerlach.
* * * *
Dr. William H. McGIuaflin of Scran
ton. Pa., will preach at the Universal
ist Church. 13th and L streets, tomor
row at 11 a.m. Dr. McGlaullin is the
former general superintendent of the
entire Unlversalist body of churches.
* * * *
The Washington branch of the
Women's Auxiliary has arranged for
a service of Intercession and cor
porate communion to be held at Bethle
hem Chapel Wednesday at 11 a.m.,
to be conducted by the - Bishop of
Washington.
* * * * ,
At the First Congregational Church,
10th and G streets northwest. Rev.
Jason Noble Pierce will preach at
11 o'clock tomorrow on "Who Will
Go for Us?" and at S p.m. on "Seek
ing the Kingdom of God." There will
be musical vespers at 4 o'clock, at
which the special soloists will be
Mrs. Elizabeth W. Campanole, so
prano; Miss Dorothy Coates, harpist,
and Harry Edward Mueller at the
organ At 10 o'clock, in the audi
torium, Dr. Merrill E. Gat?s will lead
his Bible class studying the Gospel
of John, and will lecture on the sub
ject, "Our 'Monroe Doctrine' and
Japan's Position with Regard to
Eastern Asia."
* * * *
A novena in honor of the fmmacu
late conception will open at Holy
Trinity Church next Wednesday. It
will be conducted by the Rev. Charles
J. Hennessy, S. J.
* * * ?
At Israel C. M. E. Church at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow Rev. George W.
Nicholas ft St. Paul's A. M. E. Church
will preach.
* * * *
E. Hilton Jackson, moderator of the
Columbia Association of Baptist
Churches, wil speak at Fifth Baptist
Church tomorrow morning on "De
nominational Problems." At the even
ing service the Woodlawn Baptist
congregation will unite in the service
and Pastor N?ell Allen will baptize
a large number of recent converts.
METHODIST PROTESTANT.
Rhode Island Avenue
Rhode Island are. at First at. n.w.
BEV. G. I. HUMPHREYS. Minister.
10 a.m.?Mixed adult class.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Sermons by the pastor.
9:30?6. 8. 7 p.m.?C. E.
"A CHURCH WITH A MISSION."
North Carolina Ave. * ?!.?"
REV. P. W. CR08BT, Minister.
9:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by pastor, "CONDI
TIONS OF DISCIPLESHIP."
8:00 p.m.?Sermon by Rev. John H. Rosen.
7:15 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
St. Paul A. U. M. P. Church.
4th and Eye sts. s.e.
REV. JOHN W. MANOKEY. Pastor.
REV. A. B. WILLIAMS, Asst. Pastor.
| Sunday school, 9:80 a.m.
11:00 a.m.?Morning service.
3 to 5 p.m.?Covenant meeting.
6:00 p.m.?Communion.
8:00 p.m.?Special sermon by the pastor.
Subject?
"DRY BONES IN THE VALLEY." ?
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
Ebenezer M. E. Church
I Cor. 4th and D sts. s.e.
HBV. J. W. WATERS, Minister.
1 9:30a.m.?Sunday school (adnlt classes).
MEN'S DAY.
Under the auspices of the Usher Board.
Mr. Jerry Msgruder. Pres.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon, Rev. Jnlius C. Johnson,
Jr., B. D., of Baltimore, Md.
3:80 p.m.?Rev. W. H. Hill, D. D., LL. D.,
will preach.
Eureka Glee Club. Brotherhood Choir.
5:80 p.m.?Epworth League.
7:30 p.m.?Sermon, Master Lester Dyson,
(15-year-old boy preacher).
Solos?Mr. Stanley Brooks, Mr. John Porter.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH.
EMPLOYERS SHOW
CHORCNJHTEREST,
Industrial Leaders at Confer
ence Concerned in Promot
ing Better, Relations.
NEW YORK, N. T., November it.?
The growing interest of Industrial
leaders in the effort of the churches
to promote better relations was ef
fectively illustrated in a recent con
ference here, held at the invitation
of the Federal Council of Churches
of Christ in America. The confer
ence brought together about seventy
employers from various parts of the
country, who spent the whole day
considering the function of the
church in connection with modern
industrial life.
Themea l> for Dlrcuatoa.
A discussion of the theme, "What
Are the Christian Principles to Be
Applied to Industry and What la
Their Practical Meaning?" was held.
There was a general consensus of
opinion that although it Is not easy
to define Just what the function of
the church should be. It must take a
faunBtant interest in the human side
of every industrial and economic
question. At one of the sessions a
discussion of the question "What
Can Be Done to Raise Permanently
the Wages of the Lowest Paid Work
ers Relatively to the Cost of Living?"
took place. In connection with this
topic a widely-quoted paper was pre
sented by Prof. William F. Ogburn
of Columbia University, formerly
chairman of the cost of living de
partment of the United States War
Labor Board. The conclusion of
Prof. Oghurn's paper was that, al
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH.
ffltvatnr Q ***- 80th M*d list iti. n.w.
v*aivary n#r. j. c. HAWK. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.?8. 8. 7:15 p.m.?E. L.
11:00 a.m.? "Looking for a Good Thing."
8:00 p.m.?Sermon to the J. O. U. A. M.
?100 OEOBGIA AVE. N.W.
CJnOiy Rer. E. A. Lambert. Paator.
8. 8.. 0:45 a.m. Ep. League, 7:15 p.m.
"Good Success." 11 a.m.
8:00 p.m.?REV. C. M. HBB8ER.
MT. PLEASANT
METHODIST
CHURCH
16th st. n.w. near Lamont.
Rev. Clifton K. Ray,
MINISTER.
9:30a.m.?Sunday school. Classes for all,
ages.
11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Sermon bj the
minister?
The Temple and the Holy
' City"
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Evening worship. Sermon bj the
minister?
The Seeking Savior"
Thursday. 8 p.m.?Midweek prayer service.
Marvin M. E. Church South
10th and B eta. s.w.
CLAUDE M. HE8SBR. Minister.
11:00 a.m.?Pastor will preach.
8:00 p.m.?Rev. E. A. Lambert.
9:80?8. 8. 7?Epworth League.
EPWORTH
THE GOOD WILL CHURCH
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
Corner North Carolina are. and 18th at. n.e.
REV. JOHN PAUL TYLER,
Pastor
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Public
worship.
The pastor will preach at both
services.
7:15 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m. Thursday?Prayer
meeting.
Come, let us worship together.
Pi D-.-f SECOND AT B ST. N.W.
OX* raui j. JUDS0N BINGES. FiiM.
Preaching. 11 a.m..
8 P.M.?
Illustrated Sermon
0. 8., 9:80 a.m.
Mount iVernon Place Church
9th and Massachusetts Ave. and K St.
The Representative Methodist Church
CLOVIS G. CHAPPELL, D. D., Pastor.
REV. M. L. RIPPY, Assistant Pastor. )
Morning Subject, 11 a.m.?"THE LOST SONG," by Dr.
ChappclL
Evening subject, 8 p.m. Sermon by Rev. J. Howard
Wells, D. D.
Overflow service at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School, 9:30 un. Departments for all ages.
Organ Recital, 7:30 to 8 pjn.
Chorus Choir, led by R. Deane Shure, at both services.
Midweek Service 8 pun. Thursday?Sermon by Dr, ChappelL
Music by Men's Glee Club.
Foreign Sunday School at 3 pan. every Sunday,
Epworth League, 7 jp.m. _
NATIVITY CHAPEL TO
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
REV. ENOCH M. THOMPSON.
though wholesale prices have come
down about 45 per cent from the
peak reached under war-time condi
tions, the retail prices, which de
termine the cost of living for the
average man, have declined only
18 per cent. The speaker advocated
the use of research into cost of liv
ing in every industry in connection
with fixing wages and stated that to
do this is comparatively simple and
inexpensive. William B. McLennan
of Buffalo followed on the effect of
low wages on the families of work
, ingmen.
Talks of raemploymeiat Insurance.
B. Seebohm Rowntree of Vork, Pa.,
discussed chiefly the experience of
British employers with unemploy
ment insurance. He declared that the
plan of unemployment insurance, in
accordance with which the employer
and employes join in building up a
reserve fund to pay part-time wages
I during the period of enforced unem
ployment, had a notable effect in
cementing good will between capital
| and labor and thut to make such pro
vision for securing the workers
j against the disastrous consequences
of unemployment was not simply in
i accordance with Christian principles,
but was also "good business." He
favored the British governmental un- i
employment insurance, but urged I
especially that sinking funds be,
established by national industries, or
by individual corporations. His own
corporation sets aside $50,000 as a
sinking fund which has never yet
been touched. The company has found
that 1 per cent of the wage bill is
sufficient to meet Its unemployment
In this trying period, and It anti
cipates that one-eighth of 1 per cent
will meet ordinary times.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCHES OP CHRIST. Sclrntl.t
I Branches of the Mother Church, the
Flrat Church of Chrtat, ScleutUt,
la Boston. Mass.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Columbia road and Euclid it.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
N.E. Masonic Temple. 8th and F N.E.
Third Churc? of Christ, Scientist.
Masonic Temple, 13th and N. Y. ave.
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist.
The Arcade, 14th and Park rd.
I SUBJECT? .
("Ancient and Modern Nec
romancy Alias Mesmerism
and Hypnotism Denounced"
SERVICES?
Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL?11 a.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS?
8 o'clock.
READINO ROOMS:
COLORADO BLDtiN 14th and G St a.? j
Hours. 10 to 9 (Wed., 10 to 7, and 8un.
and holidays, 2:80 to 5:30). '
1319 P ST. N.W.?Room 00*?
Hours. 8:30 to 9:30 (except Wednesday, I
8:30 to 7. and Sundays and holidays,
2:30 to 5:30). '
148 EAST CAPITOL ST.?
Hours. 12 to 9 (except Wednesdays. 121
to 6; 8undays, 2:80 to 5:80). Closed
holidays. 1
THE ARCADE. 14th and Park road
(Seeoad Floor)?
10 to 5:30 week days; also 7 to 9 p.m.
(except Wednesdays).
SPIRITUALIST.
Christ spiritualist church?colored.
1H00 11th st. n.w. Services: 8un. and Wed.,
8 p.m. Mme. Hattie Lewis, message bearer. ?
REV. G. LYAL ARTHAN
Sunday evening meeting at 8 o'clock in So
ciety Hall. 509 G st. n.w. 8hort lecture on
"Spiritualism as It Is." followed by
spirit messages. Tuesday evening at 8
o clock, special messsge seance and ques
tions answered. Developing class. Saturday
evening at 7:30. ?
The First Spiritualist Church
LECTURE BY THE PASTOR?
Alfred H. Terry
SUBJECT?
"Master Or Slave"
Followed by Spirit Messages.
"Stand fast therefor In the liberty where
with Christ hath made us free, and be not
entangled again with the yoke of bondage."
Gal., 5.1. Sunday. 8 p.m., 1012 9th st. n.w.
Second floor. All welcome.
. Come early for seats. ?
I MBS. HENKLB HOLDS MEETINGS SUNDAY,
Wednesday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock,
11 4th st. se. Everybody gets a reading.
Phone Line. 2049.
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE.
Spiritual Science Church of
Christ
1502 14th St. n.w.
Sunday, Nov. 27, 8 p.m.. Divine Services.
Lecture by the pastor.
MBS. JANE B. COATES.
"What They Do in the Spirit World and How
They Do It."
Followed by spirit messages and divine healing.
THURSDAY, D0C. 1?8 P.M.
MR. 8. R. PARCHMENT. MESSENGER from
the BOSIORUCIAN SCHOOL, will speak on?
VRIL, QR MAN REGENERATE, THE POWER
OF THE COMING AGE.
Illustrated by stereoptlcon views. Seats Free.
~ CENTER -KOR P8YCHI0 DEVELOPMENT.
MRS. JANE B. COATES. DEAN.
1704 Kilbourne place n.w. Col. 6227.
Appointments only. Developing Class.
"METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White.)
Rosedale M. E. Church
416 Tenn. ave. n.e.
REV. C. F. UNO BR, Minister.
MIS8 CLARICE AIKEN.
"The Doughnut Girl of the Ajrgonne."
Will be present at all of the services Sun-.
day and will have charge of the revival
services during the week. <
9:45 a.m.?Sunday achool.
11:00 a.m.?Preaching.
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
Evening services, 7:45.
Douglas Memorial 11n0X?,u- 1
BEY. EDWARD HAYES. D. D.. Pastor.
"God's Expectation for Me"
(If yon desire to subscribe for the Red Cross,
^ Bring Your Annual Dues.)
"Preachers From the Other
World?What Jesus Said
About Them"
Thl? Is "Til. Church of the Bl( Welcome."
Come
Americas University Chapel
NOVEMBER 27.
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
DlTine serrlc. 11 a.m.
Pmacter, Bst. G. Wardle Stafford, A. M
(Oxford, England).
Mnsle by W?t> Chnrch choir.
BIBLE STUDENTS.
Associated Bible Students
1815 K Street N.W.
TEEN~r?' AN I?' SE VENTBmlTH CHAPTERS
Of BBVKLATI0I
WILL CELEBRATE
13TH AWUVERSARY
Nativity Chapel Has Plans for
Building Large Parish
House.
The eighteenth anniversary ot the
Nativity Chapel. 14th and A streets
southeast. Is to be ?bserved tomor
row.
The chapel was started by Rev.
Enoch M. Thompson, under the di
rection of Bishop Satterlee, In 1903,
in a six-room house at 17th and East
Capitol streets. Mr. Thompson was
the assistant at St. Paul's Church and
gave Sunday afternoons to this mis
sion work for Ave years. In 1908
the present Chapel of the Nativity
was erected at 14th and A streets
southeast, & loan of )5,000 being ob
tained from Rock Cgeek parish. Three
years later a temporary parish hall
was added to the chapel on the east,
and now the congregation is planning
to build a large parish house on
lots on the east of this addition; the
latter addition will be taken Into
the chancel of the church itself when
completed. About |4.500 is on hand
for the parish home and $20,000 more i
will be necessary.
Will Hold Bazaar.
The annual bazaar for the parish
house fund will be held In the Hall
of the Nativity Wednesday and
Thursday, November 30 and Decem
ber 1. Y. D. Harbaugh Is chairman
! of the bazaar executive committee.
I The Resurrection Chapel, at 15th
and G streets northeast, is a part of
the Nativity work, it being started
by the same workers in 1908 and
later purchasing a frame house at
15th and G streets northeast. The
Resurrection was designated by the
late Samuel L. Phillips as one of the
chapels he wanted the convention of
the diocese to build from his legacy
for the erection of mission chapels.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White.)
Trinity M. E. Church
5th tt. and Pa. are. southeast.
JOSEPH DAW80N, Pastor.
Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.
Address by Kev. K. Tsunashina, D. D., of
Japan. 11.
Epworth League. 6:45 p.m.
Sermon by the pastor, 7:30. 8ubject, "The
Thanksgiving of a Psalmist." Special music
by the choir.
Foundry
Church
16th near P Street N.W.
Green motor buses pass the door.
Rev. Herbert F. Randolph,
D. D., Minister.
SUNDAY
0:30 a.m.?Church school. Classes for every
body.
11:00 a.m.?REV. BISHOP JOHN W. HAM
ILTON, I). D., LL. D.
11:00 a.m.?Kindergarten and Children's
Church. Bring the children.
6:45 p.m.?Epworth League. Speaker, Wil
liam Knowles Coopert general
secretary. Y. M. C. A.
8:00 p.m.?I)r. Randolph will preach. Sub
"Camouflage"
A NEW NAME FOR AN OLD THING.
THURSDAY
6:30 to 7:50 p.m.?School of Religious Edu
cation.
8:00 p.m.?Address by pastor, followed by
social half hour.
ALL WELCOME.
THE FAMILT CHUBCH.
Dumbarton Ave. M. E.
Dumbarton ave. bet. 31st and Wis. ave. n.w.
REV. B. I. McGOWAN.
9:80 a.m.?Graded Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?"THE RELEA8E OF POWER."
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Evangelistic uervite,
"HUMANITY'S AGE-LONG CRY."
Revival services every night this week. j
BRING THE FAMILY TO DUMBARTON.
Waugh
CHURCH. 4 i
Third and A Streets Northeast.
REV. HOWARD F. DOWNS. Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
^Volunteer Halted"
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League aervict.
8:00 p.m.?
"The Returning Son"
The God of Harvest
METROPOLITAN
MEMORIAL M. E.
John Marshall place and C at. n.w.
Harry Dawson Mitchell, D. D.. minister.
11 a.m.?Sermon by minister?
"The Faithfulness of God"
The decorations used on Thanksgiving Day
will remain in the church over Sunday.
Thanksgiving Day music will be repeated.
8 p.m.?Minister will preach?
"The New Testament
Revelation of God"
9:30 a.m.?Bible school with Bible classes.
3:00 p.m.?Chinese Sunday school.
6:00 p.m.?Epworth League social.
6:45 p.m.?E. L. Devotional meeting.
This church is near all the downtown hotels.
A cordial welcome awaita the stringer*. Mu
sic by a quartet choir. Chlmea will be
played both morning and evening.
The National Methodiat Church
BIBLE STUDENTS.
Week of Prayer January 2-7.
A week of prayer for the Protestant churches of the United
States, from January 1 to 7, is being arranged by the Federal
Council of Churches of Christ in America.
The daily program of topics suggested for the week are as
follows:
January 1?From Whom to Learn, Co-operation, Faith, Conditions
of Success, Persistence, Intercession.
January 2?Thanksgiving and Confession, Scripture Readings.
January 3?The Church Universal, Thanksgiving, Prayer, Scripture
Readings.
January 4?Nations and Their Leaders, Penitence, Prayer, Scripture
Readings.
January 5?Foreign Missions, Thanksgiving, Prayer, Scripture
Readings.
January 6?Christian Endeavor and the Christian Home, Prayer,
Scripture Readings.
January 7?Home Missions, Prayer, Scripture Readings.
' - .
BEARING XMAS MAIL
The Navy Christmas mall ship, the j
oiler Sapelo, will sail for European
waters on December 8, from Newport, j
R I., it was announced today. The
Sapelo was assigned to take the place
of the Alameda, recently damaged by
fire.
Mail to be carried overseas for |
Christmas delivery must be on board
not later than December 6.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White.)
Lincoln Road Church
Lincoln road, Rhode Island are. and U at. n.e.
WALTER (J. McNEIL, Minister.
11 a.m.?"SPIRITUAL REACTION."
ficcleslastes, 11.1.
8 p.m.?An evening of praise in song and
Scripture. Choir and congregation
participating.
Church school, M. R. Speelman, supt.,
9:30 a.m.
Epworth League service, 7:16 p.m.
Iowa Ave. M. E. Church
14th and Emerson n.w.
"The Community Church."
HARRY EVAUL, Pastor.
A:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon. "A SOURCE OF SUN
SHINE."
Special music. Cantata by choir, "The
Harvest Is Ripe." Schn^cker.
8:00 p.m.?Sermon, "A NEW MAN."
Washington District
EPWORTH
LEAGUE
Morning watch, tomorrow morning, 6:80.
Board of Epworth League, Wednesday, De
cember the 7th st 8 o'clock.
COME I !
Petworth Methodist
Episcopal Church
Grant circle and New Hampshire a re. o.w.
G. Fllis Williams, Minister
Take Soldien' Home car to Bth sod Upshur at,.
9:80 a.m.?8. 8. Mr. O. 3. Randall, snpt.
11:00 a.m.?
"Walking in the Lord's Way*
7:30 p.m.?8econd special muaical service of
the season. Chorus and quartet choir
under the direction of Mr. Charles E.
Wire. Mrs. J. M. 8ylvester, organist.
Assisted by Miss Mabel H. Duncan, vio
lonrelliste. Brief sermon by the min
ister,
"The Authority of Jesus"
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White."
FREE METHODIST
416 2nd St. N.W.
REV. F. P. KHOUP. Pastor.
Revival aervires tomorrow and every night
next week. You are rordially invited to
theae aervicea.
WESLEY CHAPEL
Methodist Episcopal Church
Tor. 5th and F ?t?. n.w.
REV. J. C. NICHOLSON.
9:45 a.m.?Sunday achool.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Preaching by paatpr.
Union Methodist Episcopal
20th at. near Pa. ave. n.w.
REV. WILLIAM JOSEPH MKEKS, Pa?tor.
9:90a.m.?Bible school Cla*M>ft for all.
11 a.m.?REV. EDWARD LAIRD MILE*,
I). D.
8 p.m.?REV. J. O. WRIGHTSON. D. D.
75th Anniversary Services
"Shall I Swallow Jonah and
' the Whaler
WILL BE THE TOPIC OF
REV. H. P. FOX, Pastor of
HAMUINE
M.E.CHURCH
9th and P ats. n.w.
BRIGHTWOOD PARK
8th and Jefferaon ata. n.w.
11:00 a.m.?SERMON BY MINISTER -
"Revelation Through
Another Need"
8:00 p.m.?
MOV IB HYMN.
SCREEN SERMONETTE.
SERMON BY MINISTER?
"The Glory of the Cross"
Brightwood Comniandery, N<
6, Knights Templar, in full un
form and escorted by the Oriei
Commandery Band, will atten
this service. Everybody co:
dially invited.
#:??8 8. 7 P.M. F.
a K T/-T7\T'rvT) Mass. Ave. N.W. Between 9th ai
McKENDREE (Thi sssn^,
Chas. A. Shreve, Pastor
SUNDAV? ' '
9:00 a.m.?Prayer service.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Dr. Wesler, supt. Gasses for all.
11 O'Clock?Pubic worship. Sermon by the Pastor.
Subject? "The Model Walk"
3:30 p.m.?Junior League. Misc Corning. Director.
6:00 p.m.?"Get-acquainted meeting."
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League (a great meeting for young people)
8:M O'Clock?Dr. John R. Edwards, District Superintendent, w!
preach.
There is always an altar service and prayer for those needing faelj
Come. Bring your unsaved friends, and help them on to God.
Tuesdays, 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.?Service of Prayer for the Healing ?
the Sick.
Fridays, 8 pjn.?Pentecostal meeting.
EVERYBODY WELCOME ALL THE TIME
CALVARY
On Columbia Road N.W., between 14th and 15th Streets.
JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY, Minister
9:30?Calvary Bible School, Mr. Edwin Dice. Supt.
9:S0?Calvary Men's Bible Class. Judge Joseph W. Thompson, teacher
Mr. O. W. Youngblood. president.
11:00?Public worship, with sermon by the MINISTER, on the subject:
"BY WAY OF THE IRON GATE"
6:00?Bunch social. ? -
? :45?Epworth League devotional service.
8:00?Public worship, with lecture-sermon by DR. MONTGOMERY, on th
subject:
"THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN"
SPECIAL MUSIC AT ALL PUBLIC SERVICES BY GEOR<
HAROLD MILLER. THE CALVARY QUARTET AND THE CALVA1 .
CHORUS CHOIR. FREE SEATS TO THE PEOPLE. Church do.
' open in the evening at 7:30.
BIBLE STUDENTS.
BIBLE STUDENTS.
"millions now living will never die
?Judge Rutherford
In a free lecture at the National Theater Judge Ruth
erford of New York city, president of. the International
Bible Students' Association, will conclusively prove by
?FULFILLED Biblical prophecy that millions of people
now living on earth will never die.
IS WORLD-WIDE DISARMAMENT NEAR?
IS CHRIST'S KINGDOM BEING ESTABLISHED
ON EARTH? WILL MILLIONS NOW LIVING
NEVER DIE? If you are interested in these subjects
you should hear
JUDGE RUTHERFORD
SUNDAY ? 3 P.M. ? NOVEMBER 27
NATIONAL THEATER
(North Side Pa. Ave. Near 13th St. N.W.)
Seats Free All Invited
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