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PULPIT AND PEW sssttSTbii? ^i)1* K. Davlsson has been phttsen member of the board of officers of the Vermont Avenue tn fill the vacancy caused by tne resit? nation of R. A. Voorus, who has waved to Pennsylvania. * * * * "Partakers of Divinity- will b? th* pub'ect of the sermon by Key. tMysses G. B. Pierce, minister of AH Sou's church, tomorrow morning In me Knickerbocker Theater. * * * * The Washington District Young People's Foreign Missionary Socletj wil hold its quarterly meeting at Hamllne M. E. Church next Tuesday evening. MJss Katherlne Wllll? 'r0.'?i the Foochow School in China will speak. The meeting will begin with a dinner at 8:30. v ? ? ? * An oriental drama, under the direc tion of Melville Osborne of India, will l>e given at Hamllne M. K? Church, Friday evening, January 20. Twenty live young people of Hamllne Church will take part. # * ? * "The Devil and Democracy" will be the toplo of a lecture to be delivered by Kev. Joseph M. M. Qrny at Hamllne M. E. Church. Friday evening, January 27. Dr. Gray, who formerly was pastor at Hamllne, now is stationed in Scran ton. Pa. ? ? ? ? itov. Dr. James Siiera Montgomery will conduct public worship at the Calvary Methodist Church tomorrow morning and preach on the subject, ? The Man Who Lost His Commission. In the evening he will deliver a sermon lecture on '"The Reality and Romance of the Dally Newspaper." Special music morning and evening. * # * * Representative Ketcham of Michigan is to address the adult Bible class of Foundry M. E. Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock tomorrow on "Trusting the Word of Jehovah." * * * ? An illustrated address on Chinese Students will be given tomorrow even ing at the Eastern Presbyterian Church. 6th street an<T Maryland avenue north east, by William R. Stewart, general secretary of the Chinese Y. M. C. A. at Tokio, Japan. * * * * At the Church of Life and Joy, 1814 N street, the service tomorrow at 10 a.m. will be "An Hour With the Chil dren." At 11 a_m. and at 8 p.m. Rev. A. B. Campbell-Shields will conduct tile servicesL Dr. Campbell-Shields Is a former minister of the Episcopal Church. At the First Congregational Church. J 0th and G streets northwest. Rev. Jason Noble Pierce will preach to morrow at 11 a.m. on "This Do." Sixty-two new members will be re- ' celved into the church at this serv ice. In the evening at 8 o'clock Mr. Pierce's subject is "Beware of Whom?" in the series of addresses on the Sermon on the Mount. * ? * * Dr. Merrill E. Gates' Bible class In the auditorium of the First Con gregational Church tomorrow will be addressed at 10 o'clock by Dr. Alfred Sie. Chinese minister to the United States and one of the three delegates from China to the conference now in session. on "Recent Changes and I'resent Conditions in China." The public is Invited. * * * ? The musical vespers at the First Congregational Church tomorrow at | 4 o'clock will have as special soloists Charles Trowbridge Tlttmann, bass: Miss Elsa L. Raner, violinist, and Harry Edward Mueller at the organ. * ? * * Princess Cantacuzene will speak at the afternoon service tomorrow at the Church of the Covenant, at 3:30 o'clock, on "The Russians of Yester day and Today." Every one is invited to this service. The subject of Rev. Dr. Wood s evening sermon is "The Woman Who Saved Israel and the Woman Who Saved France." * * * # Tomorrow night Snyder Farmer Post. No. 3. of tlje American Legion will attend Pinkney Memorial Epis copal Church, Hyattsville, in a body. Special patriotic music will be sung by the senior vested choir, under the direction of William Harrison Moore. Miss Ainsworth will be at the organ. The sermon, which will be of a pa triotic character, will be preached by Kev. Charles E. McAllister. * * * * The vestry of St. Matthew's Parish. Hyattsville, is planning to visit all attendants of the Pinkney Memorial Episcopal Church Sunday, January 3 5, who do not pledge regularly to the support of the church and its -work. The influence of this church lias extended until now its annual budget for 1922 amounts to more than $8,500. * * * * Last Sunday Rev. Bernard Bras Vamp. pastor of the Gunton Temple Memorial Presbyterian Church, an nounced that the thanksgiving offer ing amounted to more than $5,600, and that the church was entering upon the new year free from in debtedness. The basement of the new building, located at 16th and Newton streets, has been erected at a cost of $40,000. and now the con gregation is waiting to sell their church property at 14th and R streets and will use the money to complete their new building. * * * * The Mount Pleasant W. C. T. TJ. will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Friends Church, 13th and Irving streets. Miss J^aura Llndley of South Dakota and Dr. Wayne B. Wheeler, general coun sel for the Anti-Saloon League of America, will be the speakers. * * * * "Persons Pictured in Words Who Are Jesus' Listeners," is Rev. E. Hex Swem's subject tomorrow night, to be followed by the baptism of live -persons, and in the morning the sub ject Is "One Sin Can Send a Christian LUTHERAN. Keller Memorial Lutheran nm AVE. AND 9th ST. N.E. S. T. Nicho'as, D.D.. Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ? Men's Bible Class, 10:00. Morning Service and Commu nion at 11:00. Evening Service at 7:45. Young People's and Intermedi ate Societies at 6:45 p.m. Luther Place Memorial (Tbomas Circle) G. M. Diffenderter, r Pastor. MISS T. E. NELSON, Welfare Sec'y. 9-,-tS a.in.?Bible school, all departments. 11-00 am.?Holy Communion, lord's Supper. .. in, r.udeaTor. i 8:00 p.m.?Sermon theme? "Two Questions *nnre.. 8 p.m.. prayer and Bible atndy. FA. 3:30 p.m.. Catechetical claaa. Seats free. Voluntary contributions. This Church"^elcomea YOU. /CjITiiiw J?nw eve. between k and ? VjirlSl ata.?(Mlaaourl Synod.) MV. FBEDSRIO WENCHBU PMtor. toXFcTssaura"*a . to Premature Death," at the Centen nial Baptist Church. ' * * + * t>f, Thomas E. Green, directof of the upeakera' bureau of the Red Cro*s, l? to addreee the All Comers' I3ible class for men at the Church of the Covenant, ISth and N streets, tomor row morning at 10 o'clock. * * * * Calvary Baptist Church through Its "Junior church" Is endeavoring to solve the problem of Interesting the boys and girls In church life and work. Under the leadership of Dr. A. P. Anderson this congregation of boys and girls meets at 11 o'clock every Sunday morning. They have a i full set of church officers, correspond ing In every particular to the senior | body. The average attendance Is j about ISO. ? * * * At Calvary Baptist Church tomor-1 row evening the pastor. Dr, \V. S. Abernathy, will speak particularly to young women on "Keeping the Win dows Open." The Burrall class chorus' will sing. * * * * Rev. Dr. James H. Taylor, who has been absent In the south, has returned to the city and will occupy the pulpit of the Central Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning and night. * * * * At Temple Baptist Church tomor-1 row Rev. Dr. Muir will have as his topics "Vision. Not Visionary," and "Negative or Positive." The annual business meeting of the church will | be held on Wednesday evening. ? ? ? ? At Trinity Diocesan Church tomor row Rev. David Ransom Covell will preach at 11 a.m. the third of a series of sermons dealing with the general topic of "The Church." The sermon will be "What Is the Christian Church?" * * * * The Episcopal City Missionary So ciety will conduct the religious serv ices tomorrow at the jail at S p.m. The Bishop of Washington will be present and there Is to be a special musical program, including singing by the Trinity quaret. The public la Invited. ' * * * + O. G, Kundahl will address the men'a meeting at the Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. tomorrow at 4 o'clock, A special musical program has been ar ranged and will be participated In by Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Heartslll and Miss Marie Koontz. A song service will precede the meeting. * * * * At the New York Avenue Church Rev. Dr. R&dcliflTe will preach to morrow at 11 a.m. The evening sub ject at 8 o'clock will be "The Wrong Epitaph." At 6:45, In the lecture room, Stamos Spathey of Corinth. Greece, will speak on the "Acropolis of Athens." Monday evening at 8 p.m., in the lecture room. Dr. C. G. S. Mylrea, for fifteen years a resident of Kuweit, seat of the famous pearl fisheries, will give an Illustrated lec ture, "The Arabia of Today." Wed nesday at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. C. G. S. Mylrea will speak, in costume, on "The Women of the Arabian Harem." * * * * At the Immanuel Baptist Church tomorrow Rev. Gove Johnson preaches morning and evening. At night he Is taking the Book of Revelation for a series of messages, this one being entitled "Everyman." from chapters 2 and 3. Dr. Clayton's Bible lectures, given every Saturday evening, are held in the main church from 8 to 9 o'clock, his theme tonight being "Christ and His Complete Sal vation." Next Saturday it is "Satan and His Gospels." * * * * Mrs. L. Elaine Rising will conduct a Bible study class for Takonm Park women tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Takoma Park Library. The lesson will be based on the fourth chapter of St. I Mark. * * * * Rev. Dr. Henry Allen Tupper. pas tor of First Baptist Church, has gone to Florida,, and his pulpit will be oc | cupled tomorrow by Rev. F. J. Win ter, superintendent of the Sunday school. | * * * * Mrs. Bessie Farrar Madsen, a mis sionary in India, will make an ad dress at Columbia Heights Christian Church, on Park road west of 14th street, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. LAYMEN TO MEET. Service Association Will Hold I Winter Session Monday. The winter meeting of the Laymen's Service Association of the Diocese of Washington is to be held Monday night at 8 o'clock In Epiphany parish hall. Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune, comman der of the Marine Corps and a vestry man of the Church of the Epiphany, and Rev. David Ransom Covell, rector of Trinity Civic and Community Church, are to deliver addresses. A social will follow the meeting and later there will be a buffet supper and smoker. LECTURE TO BE GIVEN. Dr. Russell H. Con well is to give his famous lecture, "Acres of Dia monds." Monday night at the First Congregational Church. 10th and G streets. Dr. Copwell, who is seventy nine years old. has delivered the lec ture In every state in the nited States, Canada and also on two trips he made around the world. LUTHERAN. Trinity Lutheran Church Cor. 4th and E sts. n.w. (Missouri Synod). H. SCHROEDER, Pastor. Services: 11 a.m., English, with holy communion; preparatory service, 10:30 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., German. 8. S. and Blbie class, 9:45 a.m. St. Paul's English Lutheran Church Eleventh and H Streets N.W. JOHN T. HUDDLE, D. D.. Pastor. 11?Holy Communion. 8?Sermon by the pastor. Communion Continued. Sunday School, 9:30. Christian Endeavor, 6:45. PRAYER SERVICE THURSDAY EVENING. C?f. R. I. ave. & N. Cap. st. r\.lOnemeiU rKy. I. 0. BAKER, Pastor Services?Sundsy school. 0:30 a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Luther League, 7:15 p.m. 8TRANGERS CORDIALLY INVITED. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ohio 8ynod.) 18th and Corcoran sts. n.w. Preaching, 11 a m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school. 9:30 a.m. G. E. LENSKI. Pastor. Church of the Reformation Penna. are. and 2nd at. a.e. . BEV. JOHN WEIDLEY. D. D. ] SUNDAY SCHOOL. S:80 A.M. j Morning aerrlce 11:00a.m. I Evening aervlee.7:45 p.m. | Chrlatlan Endeavor 6:48 p.m. Church of the Incarnation 14tb and Gallatin ata. n.w. BKV. HENRY MANKEN, Paater. Public worablp, 11 a.m. Bible achool, 0:45 a.m. Evening aerrlcea?8 p.m. St. Mark's Lutheran Church B and 8th streets s.w. RET. H. DENNINGTON HATES. D. P.. Pastor. 4THIS CHURCH WHERE YOU PEEL AT HOME." 9:45 a.m.?Bible school. 11:00 a.m.?The service and sermon. 7:45 p.m.?Vespers and sermon. 8:00 p.m. (Wed.)?L. L. prayer service. St. Olaf Congregation (NORWEGIAN). 8i? ML. aarrlea In Nonraclaa. Church. S. J. are. betwrm ST and Mr. a ?. sxbiuhjd, rut t? Chrlat Baltimore Divine to Be Given Reception and Also Of ficiate at Mass. v . ARCHBISHOP CVHIBY. ? Archbishop Curley will maka hi* Bret appearance as the new arch bishop at a church function here to? morrow, when he will be tendered a reception at St. Patrick's Church, 10th and G streets northwest, from 12:30 to 1:30 o'clock. The archbishop will preside at solemn high mass at 11 o'clock. The mass will be celebrated by Mgr. Thomas, pastor of the churoh, as sisted by priests from Holy Cross College. The deacons of honor will be Rev. John E. Graham and Rev. Dr. John K. Cartwrlght, both of St. Patrick's Church. The assistant priest will be Rev. F. J. Hurney. The two choirs of ths church, as sisted by an orchestra, will repeat the Christmas musical program. Cards will not be required for ad mission to the church. MUSIC IN RADIO "FLASH." Program to Oo Broadcast From Tower of Covenant Church. The first musical program to be sent broadcast by radio from Washington will be "flashed" from the tower of the Church of the Covenant, under the auspices of the Christian Endeav or Alumni Association of the District of Columbia, Monday evening, Jan uary 16. beginning at 8 o'clock. Participating talent will be: The National Quartet, the International Instrumental Trio (violin, cello and piano); George O'Connor, In popular songs, and Rev. Dr. Earle Wllfley, in Shakespearean readings. The con cert is given for the furtherance and maintenance of Christian Endeavor at home and abroad, and is under the direction of the following officers of the local Christian Endeavor Alumni organization: Owen P. Kellar, presi dent: John R. Thomas, vice president; Rexford L. Holmes, secretar/ land Rev. Earl Taggart, treasurer. For the benefit of amateur wireless operators, the Church of the Covenant wireless call is "W. D. M." The con cert will be heard over a distance of about 200 miles. Rev. Dr. Wood's germon last Sunday morning was "picked up" by one amateur located at Monroe, Ohio, a distance of about 375 miles. TO ADDRESS MINISTERS. Rev. Dr. A. C. Dixon, who has been preaching in London for some time. Is to deliver an address on "The Chris tian Inner and Outer Life," "before the Baptist Pastors' conference, Monday morning at 11 o'clock, at Calvary Bap tlst Church. ' LUTHERAN. Concordia Evangelical Lutheran 20tb and O n.w. O. W. LOCHER, Pastor. 11 a.m.?English serrics. ALL WELCOME. CONGREGATIONAL. International Ideals of the Churches of Christ The international Ideals or creed of the churches, as officially adopted by the executive committee of the Federal Council of Churches, which Is composed of thirty great communions, with a constituency of 60,009,000 persons: WH BELIEVE) that national no less than Individuals, are subject to Ood's immutable moral laws; WE BELIEVE that nations achieve true welfare, greatness and honor only through just dealings and unselfish service-. WE BELIEVE that nations that regard themselves as Christian fcave special International obligations: WE BELIEVE that the spirit of Christian brotherllness can remove every unjust barrier of trade, color, creed and race; ? WE BELIEVE that CHRISTIAN patriotism demands the practice of good will between natlona WE BELIEVE that International policies should secure equal Justice for all races. WE BELIEVE that all nations should associate themselves permanently for world peace and good will. WE BELIEVE In International law, and In the universal use of International courts of -Jjistice and boards of arbitration. WE BELIEVE In a sweeping reduction of armaments by all nations; W0 BELIEVE In a warless world and dedicate ourselves to Its achievement; WINDOW IS DEDICATED IN ST. MARGARETS CHURCH "S?rmon on the Mount" Bubject of Memorial to Alexander T. Henaeji A favrlle glass window, the sub ject of which Is "The Bermon on the Mount," was dedicated Christmas day In St. Margaret's Church as a memo rial to Alexander T. Hensey. The window, which consists of three Gothlo openings and tracery of the placed In the east transit of the church directly opposite the greatly admired Mason memorial. In the foreground of the center ?anel the figure ef Christ 1s Ulus -ated. seated with outstretched arms as He preaches that famous Sermon on the Mount. The portrayal of the figure Is powerful In Its extreme sim plicity) the quiet repose of the body emphasizing clearly the spiritual strength of the face. Kneeling close at His feet Is a little child bearing lilies, the symboll of purity, while farther below to the right and left are grouped about Him His disciples ?men, women and children. The varied expressions on their faces, their different pastures and charac teristic garbs are all of special In terest. Near the center are two women and a child, all kneeling humbly, as though listening with oomplete faith. To the right a pilgrim rests on his staff, his face raised toward the Messiah In astonishment and won der at the doctrine preached, while behind him Is the figure of a woman standing with clasped hands, her ex pression plainly signifying adoration. On the extreme left are the figures of two men. both standing, the farther that of a disciple with head bent In profound thought, the foremost that of a Roman soldier, clad In armor and scarlet robe, his whole bearing and expression filled with the ar rogance so typical of his race. Forming a background for the fig ures In the three panels are shrubs and trees outlined against a sunset sky, which extends Into the tracery and which casts a brilliant light upon the face and figure of the Savior. The coloring throughout the window Is rich and varied?from delicate opalescent tints to deep, supbdued tones, tinged here and there by bril liant scarlets and greens. At the base of the three openings, In separate panels, are the following inscriptions: Center, "1862?In loving memory of Alexander Thomas Hensey? 1920"; left. "Sometime Vestryman and Senior Warden of St. Margaret's Parish": right, "When the shadows lengthened and evening came, God granted him that for which he often prayed. 'A safe lodging and a holy rest and peace at the last.'" The window was made at the ecclesiastical department of the Tif fany Studios of New York city. LUTHERAN. C.S.1.o?? 0 sTBicrr at epiphany ism n.w. CHARLES F. 8TECK. D. D.. Pastor. Sunday acbool, 8:30 a.m.; public worchlp, with sermon*, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Luther Leafue. T p.m. MId-wtek a*rrlcc, Thurs day, 8 p.m. Seata frja and a welcomo for all. Columbia Heights 4 Servient, with sermons by psstor, 11 snd 8. School. 9:45. Prsyer meeting Thuradsy. ? Georgetown Lutheran Church Wisconsin ave. jmd Volts place. REV. W. II. HILRI8H, D. D., PASTOR. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Divine services, with sermons, at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Christian Bndesvor at 6:45 p.m. Preaching services ??enr_nljrht next week. COMB. YOP ARB WELCOME. ?7T/"\KI ?U* And p sts. x.w. MV/il Rev. RICHARD SCHMIDT. Pastor. 8. 6.. 9:30 a.m.; German sermon, by Rer. E. Listman, 10 a.m.; English service, 11 a.m. snd 8 p.m. Lather League, Thurs., T:4C p.m. CONGREGATIONAL. MT. PLEASANT (Congregational) Columbia Road Near 14th St. In the Residential N.W. Walter Amos Morgan, Minister. U:00?"Have We Lost Our Bible?" Children's story every Sunday morning. v Chorus and quartet?40 voices. 5:00?Vesper Service "Finding God in Modern Poetry" 7:30?Sunday Evening Club 9:45?Church School. Classes for all. EVERYBODY WELCOME. First Congregational Church Tenth and G Streets Northwest In the I of the City Hey. Jmrnjii Noble Pierce Preaches Expository Sermonai 11 a. m. "THIS DO." 8 p.m. "BEWARE OF WHOM?" Dr. GateJ Biblt Cleat At 10 A. M. ta the ehorch amHOwlmn Merrill B>. flatts, PhA, LU). teaches the Gospel of John, and Bk Excellency, DR. Air FRED 8ZE, Chinese "*-?**? to the United States and Delegate from China to the Conference, will speak on "RECENT CHANGES AMD PRESENT CONDITIONS IN CHIN A." The public la invited. MUSICAL VESPERS FOR MUSIC LOVERS At 4 P.M. the soloists will be Charles Trowbridge Tittmaim, basso; Miss Elsa h. Raner, violinist, and Harry Edward Mueller at the new Bischoff Memorial Organ. Following is the program: SOUTH'S BAPTIST WOMEN GIVE $3,925,735 IN 1921 Beport on Contributions Is Made by Headquarters of 75 Millions Campaign In Nashville! NASHVILLE, Tenn.i January h? Despite the financial stringency that prevailed throughout the south dur ing the past year, organised Baptist women In the territory of the South ern Baptist Convention made total contributions in cash of |3,!>25,735, aecordlng to a report Issued by the headquarters of the $75,#00,00# cam paign here. In addition, the women made large contributions of clothing and other supplies to the various orphanages and needy missionaries and to the distressed families of central and eastern Europe. The cash contributions by the va rious states In the convention terri tory are as follows; Alabama, $154, <07.72; Arkansas. $106,SCO. 17; District of Columbia, $950 i Florida, (75, 558.93; Georgia. $561,000; Illinois, $40.003.6?j Kentucky, $315,376.82; Louisiana. $248,254.23; Maryland, $30. 193.22; Mississippi, $189,728.30; Mis souri, $50,735.41; New Mexico, $36. 423.63; North Carolina. $314,004; Okla homa, $71,268.77; South Carolina, $307,319.97; Tennessee, $194,872.57; Texas, $847,779.(3; Virginia, $3(0, (97.M. TO HOLD BUSINESS MEETING. The annual business meeting and eleotlon of officers and deacons of the Fifth Baptist Church will take place next Thursday night. Refresh ments will be served at the social hour following the business meeting. Nearly 200 persons have been re ceived into the church during the past year and about (25.000 rained for all purposes. Rev. Dr. John E. Brlggs, the pastor, will preach on "The Sure Foundation of the Be liever" tomorrow morning, and at night on "The Price of a Soul." INTERDENOMINATIONAL. Dr. Russell H. Conwell Will Deliver "Acres of Diamonds" MONDAY. JANUARY 9?8:00 P.M. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Tickets, $1.00. Reservations through H. i Councilor, 2012 First it n.w. FRIENDS. Friends Meeting 1811 Eye St. N.W. Meeting at 11 a.m. Dr. Wm. I. Hull of Swarthmore. WILL ATTEND. First day (Sunday) school?10 a.m. ALL AR3 INVITED. FRIENDS (Orthodox) 13th and Irvinf sts. n.w. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Graded classes. Meeting for Worship, 11 a.m. Elbert J. Russell Will Be in Attendance'. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m. Social hour preceding. CONGRLOATIONAL. CLEVELAND PARK 84th and Lowell Sts. REV. FRANK ELLSWORTH B1GEL0W. 9:45 a.m.?Bible school. 11:00 a.m.?"CHRIST'S CALL TO MEN." New Year Communion. CHURCH OF LIFE AND JOY 1814 N ST. N.W. SUNDAY, JANUARY 8. 10:00 a.m.?An Hour with the Children. 11:00 a.m.?Service. "IDEALISM AND IDEALS." Rev. A. B. Camp bell-Shields. 8:00 p.m.?Lecture, "USE AND MISU8E OF PSYCHO-ANALYSIS." Rev. A. | B. Campbell-8hields. INGRAM MEMORIAL Tenth St. and Mass. Ave. N.H. DR. B. F. RHOADS Ingram'. New Minister, will preach: 11 a.m.?Subject? 'mat Is First?" ? p.m.?Subject? The Shame of Jesus.'* Sonde? echo?!, 8:80. Christian Endeavor, 6:48. "A Church With a Welcome" People's Congregational Church M. st. bet. 8th ana 7th sts. n.w. Bev. James D. Browne will preach at 11 o'clock e.mr Christian Endeavor at 6:46 p.m. Snndey school. 0:30 a.m. Preaching ?t 8 o'clock p.m. Unaic by the choir. All eie welcome. Ear. Jemes D. Browne, act ing pastor. ? PRESBYTERIAN. Metropolitan Presbyterian Fourth and B streets eeethaaat. REV. rBEELET ROHRER. Pas toe. I:U a.m.?Bible school. 11:00 a.m.?Communion. Preparatory serv ice Saturday at T p.m. 6:45 p.m.?Christian Endeavor ec 7:45 p.m.?"An Expensive life." PRINCESS CANTACUZENE WILL SPEAK ON RUSSIA SmmSmP? PJUJfCESS CATACVZEKB. Princess Cantacuzene, granddaugh ter of former President Ulysses 3. Grant and the daughter of Gen. Fred erick D. Grant, will deliver an address on "Russia" at Foundry Church, 16th street near P street, tomorrow even ing at 8 o'clock. The princess was In Russia until the revolution. She is the author of "Russian People." She speaks un der the auspices of the National Council for the Limitation of Arma ments: PEOF. ATWOOD JTO PEEACH. Prof. John Murray Atwood, who 1? to fill the pulpit of the Universalis Church, 13th and L> streets, tomor row at 11, Is dean of the Theological ! department of St Lawrence Univer sity, Canton, N. Y. Prof. Atwood is a son of late Isaac M. Atwood, D. D., who was general superintendent of the denomination. Prof. Atwood is on a visit to his sister. Miss Alice (* Atwood, a 11 brarian In Ihe Agricultural Departmen*. PRESBYTERIAN. Eastern Presbyterian Church Sixth Bt. and Md. ure. n.e. ALFItED E. BARROWS, D. D . Pastor. 11:00 a.m.?Communion service and recep tion of new members. 9:80 a.m.?Bible school. 10:00 a.m.?Men's Bible class. 7:00 p.m.?Young People's meetings. 7:4ft p.m.? 8TEKEOPTICON ADDRESS ON "CHINESE STUDENTS" by William R. Stewart, General Secretary, Chinese Y. M. C. A.. Tokio, Japan. Central Presbyterian Church (SOUTHERN ASSEMBLY.) Near Sixteenth and Irviug Sts. N.W. REV. JAMES 11. TAYI.OK. D. D., Pastor. 0:310 a.m.?Sunday school. 0:50 a.m.?Bible clasees. 11:00 a.m.?Preaching by the pastor. 8:00 p.m.?Junior Christian Endeavor. 6:00 p.m.?Westminster League. 6:80 p.m.?Social Hour for Younf People. 7:00 p ro.?Christian Endeavor. 8:00 p.m.?Preaching by the pastor. 8:00 p.m. Thursday?Prayer service. Take 14th atreet car or Mount Pleaaant car to Irving at. n.w. ? CHURCH OF THE COVENANT Connecticut ave. and X at. REV. CHARLES WOOD, D. D.. Minister. BEV. HOWARD D. TALBOTT. Assistant. . SUNDAY, JANUARY 8. 1922. 9:30?Sunday school. Classes for all. 11:00?Morning service. Sermon by Dr. Wood. 3:#<??Afternoon service. Address by the Princess Cantacuzene: "The Russians of Yesterday and Today." 8:13?Christian Endeavor supper and vesper service. 8:00?Evening service. Sermon by Dr. Wood: "The Woman Who Saved Israel and the Woman Who Saved France." Evening Choir of 100 Voices. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1922. 8:00?Midweek prayer service. ALL WELCOME. The Princess Cantacuzene WILL SPEAK ON "THE RUSSIANS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY" AT THE Church of the Covenant SUNDAY AFTERNOON, January 8, At 3:30 O'clock ALL WELCOME Western Presbyterian Church H ?t. bet. 19th and 20th n.w. HBV. J. HARVEY DUNHAM. Pastor. 9:8(1?Sunday school. 11:00? "Untaken Rights" T:00?Christian Endeavor. 8:00? "Sleeping Christians" ? EVANGELISTIC SERVICES? JANUARY 8 TO 13?8 O'CLOCK. GOSPEL HYMNS. SPECIAL MPBIO. The Church of the Pilgrims SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN. 22nd st. between P and Q sts. n.w. REV. ANDREW R. BIRD, Pastor. 9:45 a.m.?Bible school, with classes for every member of the family. 11:00 a.m.?Rev. J. Mercer Blain, D. D.. of China. , 8:00 p.m.?Junior Christian Endeavor. 6:00 p.m.?Social hoar and anpper at the manse, to which all atxaagen in the city are invited. 7:00 p.m.?Evening service. 7:30 p.m.?Rev. J. Mercer BUla, D. D? ?f China. 8:18 p.m.?Senior Christian Endeavor. Midweek prayer service Thursday at 8 p m. .Small children cared for daring Sunday morning service. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO at.t. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Marshall Place JOHN BRITTAN CLARK, D?D* Minister M a?nu?"JOSHUA STOOD BEFORE THE ANGEL" 8p.n%?"HE SEEMS SO FAR AWAY" Wtat spiritual condition Indicated by this? Causa of It. Bow can on* com* to feci the nearness of God? Should one expect to feel this? Practical prescription of what to do, to feel the nearness of God. THINGS THAT HELP PEOPLE. 9:30 a.m.?Meeting of S. S. HON* CLYDE KELLY teaches MENS CLASS. 7.00 p.m.?Meeting of C E. Society. Monday, 8 p.gi.?January meeting of Brotherhood. Chas. S. Doug-, las, esq., of Washington bar, speaks on "MEXICO?WHAT IS THE TROUBLE THERE?" Thursday, 8 p.nu?Meeting for deepening the spiritual life: "WHAT IS GOD? WHAT DOES 'SPIRIT MEAN?" ly no UNITARIANS TO HOLD SERIES OF MEETINGS The Unitarian laymen of Wash ington have planned a series of Bun day evening meetings during January, the first of which will be held tomor row night at 8 o'clock In the large ballroom of the New Willard, when Chief Justice Taft will preside and Dr. Samuel McOhord Crothers, author and lecturer, of Cambridge, Mass.. will be the principal speaker: An orches tra will furnish music. Admission is by cards, which are being issued upon application to the secretary. Unitarian House, 1789 Co lumbia road. The committee In charge of the meetings announces that among the speakers at the meetings will be Sen ator Fletcher, Senator Townsend and Representative Luce. Chief Justice Taft, who has given considerable time and influence to church work, in a recent statement said: "No one can face the problems of today, no one can study problems growing out, if they do grow out, of the frailties of human nature without seeing and feeling that religion, re ligious spirit, the Christian religious spirit, Is essential to real progress to ward better things In this world and of course In the next. The cultivation of the Christian spirit. Its growth out of the worship of God, out of the study of our relations to our Creator, stimulating the sense of our responsi bility to Him, the cultivation of self restraint and the ur.selflsh spirit, the self-sacrlflcing spirit, is what Is nec essary that the world shall go on to better things." PRESBYTERIAN. T7<-1rin<rtnn NORTH CAPITOL, COB. lull Florida ?TP. and Q at. REV. H. E. H HUN I) AGE. II D.. Mlnlater. 8:30 a.m.?Sunday school. 7 p.m., C. E. pjn.?Krmon. "VISION. THEN VIC TORY." 8:00 p.m.?Sermon. "Wllirn COKTBOLS, . IIOt'BT OR FAITH?" NEW YORK AVENUE | PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New York art., 13th and H sts. DR. WALLACB RADCLIFFE, Pastor. REV, REGINALD ROWLAND, Assistant. 9:30 a.m.?Bible school. Adult classes. 11:00 a.m.?Public worship. Dr. Radcllffe will preach. 6:00 p.m.?Fellowship hour. G:4o p.m?C. E. vesper service. 8:00 p.m.?Public worship, "THE WRONG I EPITAPH." I TUB LINCOLN PEW. Wallace Memorial ?^n?T. i Cor. Randolph st. and New Hampshire are. Services. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. 8. S., 9:30. Sarden Memorial - Rev. GEORGE M. CUMMING8. Psstor. Sunday school, 0:30 a.m.; preaching, 11 a.m.; C. 8:30 p.m.; evening service. 7:80. I SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN j 26th AND KENNEDY BT8. N.W. At Reservoir and Entrance to Rock Creek Park. REV. MAURICE S. WHITE. PASTOR. llaoae, 5r,09 18th ST. N.W. 9:30 a.m.?Sunday acbool. 11:00 a.m.? "Giving" 8:00 p.m.? Taith and Desire" Sunday. 7 pni.?Y. P. 8. C. E. Thursday. 8:15 p.m.?Pastor's Bible claaa. "DAVID'S SECOND EXILE." ALL WELCOME. Peck Memorial Chapel Penna.'ave. and 28th n.* IRVING W. KETCHCM. Ministte. 10:15 a.m.?Men's Bible class. 11:00 a.m.?Moraiag sermon. 7:45 p.m.? Sacrament of the Lord's Sup per and Reception of Members 3:00 p.m.?Sunday school. All departments 7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor. Prayer Meeting Wed., 8 pjn. j Westminster Church Memorial 7th at. a.w. near E. REV. H. W. TOLfiON. 11:00 a.m.?"The Voyage of Life." 8:00 p.m.?"God's Greatest Gift to the World." ' 10:15 a.m.?Bible claBa led by Rev. Wm. J. S#?elyc. WELCOME TO ALU Fourth Presbyterian Church 13th and Fairmont sta. n.w. DA JOSEPH T. KELLY. Pastor. 9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Men's Bible class taught by Frank L. Middle ton. 11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Preaching by the pastor, "Christ's Zeal for His Church." 7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor Societies. 8:00 p.m.?Rev. Dirk A. Lay, D. D.. of Sac atory. Aria., will give an illua trated lecture on work among the Pimas Indians in Ariaona. Wednesday, 8 p.m., victorioua life meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m., foreign mission. Study class, 8:15 p.m. Prayer service. , Mr. Herbert F. Keyser. organist and mu sical director. Chorus choir. Mr. Howard ; P. Bailey, precentor. 1 RHODE 1KLAND AVENUE onerwooa corner 22nd street n.e. BEV. WALTER L. BAGLE80N, D. D., Pastor. 9:30 a m.?Sunday school. 11 KM) a.m.?Holy Communion. j 8:00 p.m.?"For the Hungry Soul Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet." I Rev. B. J. Reemtsna will preach. ' Gunton-Temple. "?treeSs.b . REV. BEBNARD BRASKAMP, M. A., Pastor. 9:45 a.m.?Sunday school. I 11 a.m.?Sscrament of the Lord's Supper. Music by chorus choir. Evening services In new building, 18th and Newton sts. 7 p.m.?Christian Endeavor meeting. 8 p.m.?Sermon. "Finding Room for Christ." Washington Heights Pres byterian Church Columbia and Kalorama roads. REV. JOHN C. PALMER, D. D., Minister. 11 a.m.?'REDEEMED!" 8 p.m.?"A REASONABLE FAITH." Communion after morning sermon. Cordial welcome to all. Georgetown Church R*t. JAMES T. MARSHALL, D. D.. Palter. 9:48. 8. 6.; 11 a.m., "Ttaa Flr?t Robe"; 7:11, O. K.; 8 p.m., "What la Pre.b? terlanltm?" NORTHMINSTER llth ?t. and R. I. are. n.w. RB7. HUGH KERR FULTON, Patter. ?:43?Bible Study. Olasaea for all. 11:00?Morale, worship. 6:46?Cbriatlan Endeavor. 7:43?Evening worahlp. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL. " BAtTlSt; SERVICE FOR CHILDREN Held by Hebrew Congregation at ^Eighth Street Temple. A special children's service tu held at 10:20 o'clock this morning at Eighth Street Temple by the Wash ington Hebrew Congregation. Carl Woerner was assisted by Rabbi Simon In reading the services. The children sang all the Hebrew responses. Parents aacompauled their children to the temple, and took part In the services. FICTTJKE TO BE SH0W1T. The rellgoius motion picture "The Stream of Life," by Rev. James K. Shields, will be shown In the Y. AL C. A. assembly hall tomorrow after noon at 4:45 o'clock. This picture la said to have been Indorsed by clergy and laymen throughout the country: The meeting is open to the public. BAPTIST. Temple Baptist Church Tenth and N sts. n.w. Ber. J. J. MVIft, D. D.. Pastor. (Chaplain U. 8. Senate.) 9:30 a.m., Bible school. Did 70a resolva to attend? Come on. 11am. and 8 p.m., sermon* by Dr. Muiri Morning, "VISION, NOT VISIONARY." ETtnlQK. "NEGATIVE OB POSITIVE.'* T p.m.?Christian Endeavor. CHRISTIAN GREETING TO ALL. West Washington Baptist Church 81st AND N STS. N.W. (Georgetown). WILLIAM R. FLANNAQAN, Pastor. 11:00 a.m.?"Yearning for Some One." 7:45 p.m.?"S Great Life the Result tf a Great Trust." 9:4.1?Sunday school. 6:45?B. Y. P. U. I The Church of a Real Welcome. Grace Baptist Church ) 0th and South Carolina ave. s.e. PASTOR F. W. JOHNSON YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US AT 11 AND 7:45. SERMONS BY THE PASTOR. I Bible school, 9:80. Young people at 7. Church prayer meeting. Thursday, 7:45. T? O j,,, pastor. "Persona pictured C*?nCZ JWem in words who are Jesns* listeners.** 8 p.m. 5 Baptisms; easy chairs (men like them). "One sin can aend a Christen to premature death." 11 a.m. Cen tennial Bapt. Ch.. 7th A Eye n.e. THE EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 16th at. and Columbia road. To Be the National Baptist Memorial to Re ligious Liberty. GROVE GRIFFITH JOHNSON. Paator. 9:30 a.m.?Bible school, with clasaea for all 11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Sermon by the pastor. 8:00 p.m.?Evening gospel service. Paator preaches on "EVERYMAN" (continuing in the Book of Reve lation). _ ? All young* people invited to Young Peo ple'a meeting at 7 p.m. I Quarterly meeting of the church Thurs 0,?>R?"lAYTON'9 BIBLE LECTURER ?? ery Saturday evening in main church. TO NIGHT hia theme is "CHRIST AND HIS COMPLETE SALVATION." I (Next Saturday. "Satan and His Gospels '). "HEHOLD. HE COMETH 1" Second Baptist Church 4th and Ys. ave. s.e. Bible school, 9:30. Classes for all. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Rev. A. J. Fristos of Clifton, Vs. 1 formerly Mary land state evangelist). You are cordially Invited to worahlp with us. Kendall Baptist Church NINTH AND B S.W. PASTOR. WALTER C. SCOTT. 11:00 a.m.?"A WOMAN REMEMBERED FOR HER GIFT." 7:30 p.m.?"GAINING AND L08ING POWER." S. S. 9:30. Growing all the time. I C. E.. 6:45. ? a Come to our popular evening aerviee. Good music and good fellowship. i Nineteenth Street Baptist Church ! Corner 19th and I 6ta. N.W. I REV. WALTER H. BROOKS, D. D.t Pastor. 9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. 11:00 a.m.?Sermon by the paator. 8:00 p.m.?Sermon by the paator. Public invited. w DCTUAWV^OW ISLAND AVE. DH 1 n/VlN X At Second at. n.w. Rev HUGH T. HTSVKXtfON. Pastor. Paator preaches St 11 a.m. snd 8 p.m. Bible school, 9:30. Juniors. 11 s.m. B. Y. P. U., 6:45. Midweek service, Thursday. 8 p.m. Everybody feela at home at Bethany. Come. Randle Highlands HUBERT BUSYEA. P.ttor. 9:30 a.m.?Everybody's Bible school. 11:00 a.m.?8ermon by pastor, "The Mag netic Chriat." 6:30 p.m.?B. Y. P. U., "The Sermon on the Mount." 8:00 p.m.?Gospel service led by pastor. Special music by the choir. Tuesday night. Women's Missionary Circle. Thursday night, Bible prayer meeting. Fifth Baptist E NEAR 7th 8 W. Dr. John E. Briggs will preach 11 a.m., "THE SURE FOUNDATION OF THE BE LIEVER": 7:30 p.m.. "THE PRICE OF A SOUL.** Free will offering for the atarving Russians. S. S.. 9:8f?. Chapel. 3. B. Y. P. U., 6. Annual business meeting and elec tion of officers and deacons, with refresh ments, Thursday night. WELTOME. First Baptist Church 16th aand O sts. HENRY ALLEN TUP PER, D. D., LL.D. Minister. Dr. Tupper Is on his way by ship to Flor ida and the pulpit will be occupied by our Sunday achool superintendent and beloved brother, Rev. F. L WINTER at both morning and evening services. The Lord's Supper at the close of the EVENING SERVICE (thia occurring once in 3 months). Sunday school, 9:30 a m. B. Y. P. Union at 6. with refreshments and socisl hour. Devotional meeting at 6:45. Musical program?11 a.m., trio for roice^ violin and organ, "Song of the Angela"; duet. "Joy in Heaven"; ?:40 p.m., commun ity sing, 10 minutes; chorus, "Ring Out Wild Bella"; bass solo. "God 8hall Wipe Away All Teara." Swedish aerviee a at 3:80 Sunday afternoon. AH groen line busses pass church doora. Strangers and visitors are welcomed at The Home Church PETWORTH BAPTIST 7th and Randolph ata. n.w. REV. F. PAUL LANGHORNE, Pastor. Preaching services: 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sundsy school. 9:30 a.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Metropolitan Baptist 8Irth and A Streets Northeaat. John Compton Ball, Pastor HORNING AT ELEVEN? Church Motto for 1922 "WAIT OS JEHOVAH?LOOKING UNTO JE8U8." 9:80?Bible school officers installed. 9:45?Men meet in auditorium. 8:00?Junior Y. P. 8. O. E. 6:46?Young People's meetings. EVENING AT 8 EVEN-FORTY-FITD? "God's Man of Profit" Choreb crowded laat Sunday erenlng. Cone Mrly. Attend the gloving, going and grow ing church. A warm welcome awmlta 700. Hear the Male Chorus BAPTISM AT THE EVENING SERVICE. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 8th and H Streets N.W. REV. WILLIAM S. ABERNETHY, D. D., Pastor, t REV. A. F. ANDERSON, D. D., Assistant Pastor. REV. A. D. BRYANT, Minister to Deaf. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:30 A.M., N. S. Fafocett, Superintendent. 11:00 a.nh?Sermon by Dr. Abernethy. Theme: "GOD'S SEARCH FOR A MATT JUNIOR CHURCH. Sermon by Dr. Anderson. Theme: "SHACKLES THAT ARE NOT SEEN" 8:00 p.m.?Sermon by Dr. Abernethy. Theme: '"KEEPING THE WINDOWS OPEN" A sermon especially for young -women. The Burrall Class Chorus will sing. Young: women of Washington who may have no particular church home, or who seldom attend ohuroh, are cordially invited. You may want to corns again. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MEETINGS: Sunday, 6:45 and 7sOO jun.; Tuesday, 8.-00 pan. . THURSDAY: MID-WEEK PRAYER SERVICED- ^Enttaaae on H StfMt).