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Latest Announcements of Church News, Activities and Services
LENT MEETING TUESDAY.
Sev. Dudley to Address Sunday
School Institute.
The Lenten meeting- of the Sunday
4chool Institute of the diocese of
Waahlngton. will be held Tuesday
Bight at 8 o'clock at St. Stephen s
parish hall, 14th street and Columbia
road.
Rev. Dr. George F. Dudley, rector of
the church. Is to speak on "The Secret
of a Sunday School - Teacher's Suc
cesa," and Rev. William Curtis White,
rector of Washington Parish, will
speai; on "How to Get the Children
Into th? Sunday School."
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (WhlteiT
Rosedale M. E. Church
416 Tenn. ave. n.e.
REV. C. F. LINGER, Minister.
6:43 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Preaching.
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
Evening services. 7:45.
Hamline M. E. Church
9TH AND P STREETS.
Sermons Tomorrow by
Rev. H. P. FOX, Pastor.
U A.M.?
"When Christians Live
Their Religion."
? P.M.?
"Snakes That St. Patrick
Did Not Drive Out."
9:8ft ? .m.?Sunday school.
7:30 p.m. ?c. H. Martin,
leader. Subject: "My
Debt to a High Vision."
You Are Invited to Any
or All Services.
THE FAULT CHTTBCR.
Dumbarton Ave. M. E.
Church
Dumbarton Ave. near Wisconsin ave. n.w.
REV. R. I. McGOWAN.
:6:45 a.m.?Graded Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by pastor.
7:00 p.m.?EnWorth league.
6:00 p.m.?"TAKE TOUR CHOICE.'*
Trinity M. E. Church
5th st. and Pa. ave. southeast.
JOSEPH DAWSON. Ph.D.. Pastor.
S*rm?? by the pastor, 11 a.m.
EptrorMi League. ?:30 p.m.
Sermon by the pastor. 7:30.
Miss Dora Hendricks will tell a Bible story
prior to the mom!r.g sermon.
WESLEY CHAPEL
REV. T. C. NICHOLSON. D. D.
Services at Rust Hall
Cor. M and North Capitol sts.
11 a.m.?Sermon hj* pastor.
9:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
Lincoln Road Church
Lincoln road. Rhode Island ave. and U at. a.a.
WALTElt G. McNEIL. Minister.
11 a.m.?"THINKING THE BEST."
Philipplans. 4.8.
Sp.O.-"A BURNING HEART.'*
Luke. 24.32.
Church achool. M. R. Speelman, Snpt.. 9:30
a.m.
Epworth League Service. 7 p.m.
DOUGLAS MEMORIAL
Jlth and H STS. N.E.
Rev. Edward Hayes, D. D.,
PASTOR.
*:90a.m.?Sunday school.
7;0?? n.m.?Epworth league.
11 ?j-'Sermon by tho pastor?
"What Is Discipleship?"
"?he Converted Police"
MR. H. L. ABBOTT
of Baltimore will tell his won
derful experience.
Everybody Welcome!
METROPOLITAN
MEMORIAL
John Marshall place and C st. n.w.
Harry Dawson Mitchell, D. D.,
Minister
"The Spirit Helping Our
Infirmities"
a p.m.?
Prof. E. L. Goonasakara
"India's Search for God"
Tfcla will be the last message of this re
markab-e man during the present mission.
Open to ail. Other services as usual.
The National Methodist Church
MIDDAY LENT SERVICES
PROVE VERY POPULAR
Program for Meetings at Keith's
Theater Next Week
Announced.
The midday .Lenten services held
every day except Saturday at
Ke.ith's Theater at 12:30 o'clock have
proved unusually popular tnis past
week, lar^e crowds attending even
upon inclement days.
?the program for next week is:
Monday, Judge James T. Lloyd will
speak, while services will be con
uucted by iiev. A. K. Bird; Tuesday,
Senator Leiden Spencer will speaK,
VV. T. Gulliher will preside and Kev.
Wallace itadclitte will conduct the
ceremonies; Wednesday, Kev. James
12J. t iceman wiHspeaK, Charles Howe
will preside and tne services will be
in charge of Kev. C. K. Fultz; Thurs
day, Uepresentative John Al. Uooin
j soil of Kentucky will address the
I meeting, li. !>. Kust will preside and
j ivev. uosepn Dawson will conduct
I the services; Friday, John Foole will
| preside and ltev. Thomas William
son will conduct the services. The
- speaker will be announced later.
So collection is taken at thes
! meetings and the public is cordially
invited to attend and oiter up a short
j devotion at the lunch hour, during
! the .Lenten season.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
bbenezer M. b. Cnurch
Cor. 4tl? aud D sta. h.u.
KEV. J. \V. WATERS. Minister.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Bible anil
graded clashes.
11:00 a.m.?btewanlsmp sermon, "A Test of
Personal Honor."
6:30 p.m.?Epworrii League.
7:30p.m.?Missionary sermon, "Japan and
the Japanese."
There will be ISO or more representatives
In Japanese <ostuuies.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White.)
Waugh
METHODIST^ EPnOOPAb
Third and A Streets Northeast.
REV. HOWARD F. DOWNS. Pastor.
9:80 a.m.?Sunday school. Organized classes.
11 A.M.?
"The Luminous Christ"
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League service.
"'fhe Forward Challenge"
AN ADDRESS ILLUSTRATED WITH
Colored Crayon Cartons
B7 REV. FRANK RINES OF BALTIMORE.
A WELCOME ALWAYS.
Midday services, Keith's Theater, daily at 12:30
Petworth Methodist Episco
pal Church
Grant Circle and New Hampshire ave. n.w.
"The Church With a Program."
G. ELLIS WILLIAMS, Minister.
11:00 a.m.?
Dr. Page Milburn
7:30 p.m.?"KEEPING FAITH WITH
j ONE'S SELF," the minister.
Fine music l?y chorus and quartet choirs
assisted by
Mr. Edwin Finckel, Cellist
Union Methodist Episcopal
COtIi gt. near Pa. ave. n.w.
REV. WILLIAM JOSEPH MEEKS, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Bible school.
11:00 a.m.?"AN EVERY - MEMBER
CHURCH."
8:00 p.m.?"GOD'S CALL AND MAN'S
RESPONSE."
THE EVERY-MEMRKK CANVASS SUNDAY
AFTERNOON.
American University Chapel
SUNDAY. MARCH 19.
Divine service, 11 a.m.
Prescher:
REV. G. WARDLE STAFFORD, M. A.,
of Oxford, England.
Foundry
Church
16th Street Near P Northwest.
Green Motcr Busses pass the door.
Rev. Herbert F. Randolph,
D. D., Minister.
9:30 a.m.?The Model Church School. Bring
the children.
11:00 a.m.?DR. RANDOLPH PREACHES?
"A Tonic of Big Things"
6:45 p.m.?Epworth League. Speaker. Prof.
McNeal of George Washington
University.
8:00 p.m.?DR. RANDOLPH?
"The Happiest Man in
Washington"
THIRD IN SERIES ON
"Mirrors of Modern Men
and Women"
McKENDREE A,e- &-?Sr "*"*
(The Red Brick Church)
CHAS. A* SHREVE, Pastor
SUNDAY?
9 a.m.?Prayer service.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Dr. Wesler, supt. Classes for all.
11 o'clock?Public worship. Sermon by the pastor:
"The Magic Touch"
3:30 p.m.?Junior League. Miss Corning, director.
6 p.m.?"Get-acquainted meeting."
7 p.m.?Epworth League.
8 o'clock?Evangelistic meeting conducted by the pastor.
Subject, "Come and Let Us Return Unto the Lord."
There la always an altar service and prayer for those needing help.
COME?BRING TOUR UNSAVED FRIENDS AND HELP THEM ON TO GOD.
TUESDAY?8 to 6:30 P-M-?Servioe of Prayer for the Healing of the Siok.
4:15 o'clock?Fourth address by the Pastor In a aeries on
"What Jesus Christ Offers the Sick and Afflicted"
THURSDAY?' P-M?Prayer, Praise and Blblo Study.
FRIDAY?8 ?Fvateooatal Meetlif. Address by the Pastor:
"Moving: Wheels, or Connecting Church Machinery With
Divine Power."
EVERYBODY WELCOME ALL THE TIME
' CALVARY ~
"X.
On Columbia Road N.W. between 14th and 15th Streets.
JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY, Minister
?:30?Calvary Bible School, Mr. Edwin Dice, Supt.
1:10?Calvary Men's Bible Class, Judge Joseph W. Thompson, teacher;
Mr. O. W. Toungblood, president.
Il:t0?Public worship, with sermon by the MINISTER, on the subject:
'WITHIN THE GATES"
?:#0?Buneh Seolal, with refreshments. ! ?
<;4??Epworth League devotional service.
?:#??Pnblio worship,' with sermon-lecture by DR. MONTGOMERY, on
the subject:
'THE THREE US OF OUR REPUBLIC
Special music at all public services by George Harold Miller,
the Calvary Quartet and the Calvarv Chorus Choir. Free seats
to the public; church doors open in the evening at 7 :jo.
MEN'S CLUB WILL HOLD
ORGANIZATION MEETING
Members in St. Matthew's Parish,
Hyattsville, Will Elect
Officers.
The Men's Club of St. Matthew's
parish, Hyattsville, will hold a for
mal organization meeting tonight for
election of officers and adoption of a
constitution. The object of the club,
It is announced, will be not only for
the church, but to meet community
needs as well.
Charles E. Mc.' Mister, rajctor, has
announced ser.vicesu through the par
ish for the week, including:
St. John's Church, Mount Italnier,
Tuesday night, S o'clock, Rev. Wil
liam C. White, rector of Christ
Church, navy yard.
Pinkney Memorial Church, Hyatts
ville, Wednesday night, 8 o'clock.
Rev. fir. George F. Dudley, rector of
St. Stephen's Church, Washington;
Thursday afternoon, weekly children's
service, Rev. Charles K. McAllister;
Friday night, 7:45, Rev. Charles E.
McAllister.
St. Luke's Church, Bladensburg,
Thursday evening. Rev. William H.
Nes of Bowie, Md.
Sper.lal services are announced for
Pinkney Memorial Church for tomor
row evening, with Rev. C^M. Young,
rector of Trinity Church. Takoma
Park, preaching, and special musical
program by the choir directed by
Y.'illiam Harrison Moore.
EASTER CARD SALE.
;
Greetings Sold as Benefit for St.
John's Orphanage.
English Easter cards, described as
being beautifully decorated, most of
them bearing some message religious
In tone, have been placed on sale at
the St. John's Episcopal Orphanage,
20th and I<' streets northwest The
sale Is In the nature of a benefit for
the orphanage and all funds realized
will b6 used in the orphanage work.
The cards may be obtained by call
ing at the orphanage.
METHODIST PROTESTANT.
Rhode Island Avenue
Rhode Islsad ate. at First at. o.w.
REV. G. I. HUMPHREYS, Minister.
10 a.m.?Mixed sdult class.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Sermons by the pastor.
9:30?8. S. 7 p.m.?C. E.
"A CHURCH WITH A MISSION*.'/
North Carolina Ave. 5;h* ?1*'
REV. P. W. CROSBY, Minister.
9:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
11 snd 8 p.m.?Divine worship, with preach
lnf by the pastor.
7:15 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
St. Paul A. U. M. P. Church
4th snd Eye sts. s.e.
REV. JOHN W. MANOKEY. Psstor.
REV. A. B. WILLIAMS, Asst. Psstor.
Sundsy school?9:30 a.m.
11 a.m.?Service, sermon by the pastor. Sub
ject. "The Essentiality of Bsptism "
3 p.m.?Rev. J. W. Msnokey snd congrega
tion will visit John Stawd Memorial,
on st. bet. 3rd snd 4ty s.w.,
where he Is requested to deliver a
sermon.
8 p.m.?Sen ice at St. Paul's. Sermon by
the pastor's selection.
ALL ARB WELCOME.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH.
EPWORTH
THE GOOD WILL CHURCH
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH '
Corner North Carolina sve. and 13th st. n.e. '
REV. JOHN PAUL TYLER,
Pastor
9:30 a.m.?Sunday School.
11 KX) o'clock?Morning Worship
and sermon by the Pastor.
"Some Human Guide Posts"
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Evening Worship
and Sermon.
"Who Can Be Saved?"
Come, let us WORSHIP TO
GETHER.
ST. PAUL AtLonTW j
Rev. J. J. Ringer, Pastor.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Sermon by pastor.
7 p.m.?Epworth League.
Midweek Services?8 p.m. Thursday.
9:30 a.m.?SUNDAY SCHOOL?Classes all ages
J. M. HOOE BIBLE CLASS.
Prof. W. G. Phillips, teacher.
YOUNG MEN'8 CLASS.
Mr. R. O. Mullikin, teacher.
PHILATHEA CLASS (young ladles).
Mrs. W. G. Wyatt, teacher.
Topic: "The Downfall of Israel."
MT. PLEASANT 1
16th st. n.w. near Lamont.
Rev. Clifton K. Ray, Minister
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school and Bible classes
MEN'S BIBLE CLASS?
Tracy L. Jeffords, teacher.
LADIES' BIBLE CLASS.
11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Sermon by
the minister?
"About Face"
7 p.m.?Epworth League.
8 p.m.?Evening worship. 6ermon by the
minister?
"Doing Good"
Than., 1 p.m.?Midweek prayer serrlca.
r ?
Q ft- ***- 80th 8lBt n.w.
L-aiVary Rev. J. C. HAWK. Paster.
9:45 a.m.?8. 8. 7:15 p.m.?L.
11:00 a.m.?"The Unknown Step."
8:00 p.m.?"The 8tand for Freedom."
Marvin M. E. Church South
10th and B at,, ,-vr.
CLAUDE M. HBSSER, Minister.
11-00 a.m.?Preachlnr by paator.
8:00 p.m.?Great mlMlonary rally.
#?80?8. S. 7?Epworth League.
ADDRESS ON EAST RELIEF.
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church to
Hear of Fund.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM
; Fathers' and Sons', Mothers' and
Daughters Day Exercises.
Fathers' and #8008', mothers' and
daughters' day will be observed to
morrow morning by the Sunday
school of the Vermont Avenue
Christian Church of which Elton A.
Gongwer is superintendent. The
special program will include a four
minute address by a member of
Everyman class on 'iPersonal Evan
gelism," in preparation for the pre
Easter evangelistic services of the
church.
CHARM'S V. VICKRKY.
An address on the Near Bast Re
lief is to be delivered at the 11
o'clock service tomorrow at St.
Stephen's Episcopal Churoh, 14 th
street and Columbia road, by CharlA
V. Vlckrey, national executive sec
retary of the Near East Relief.
VAUGHN CLASS BANQUET.
Will Be Held March 24th, Rev.
Dr. Montgomery to Siteak.
The annual banquet of the Vaughn
Bible class of Calvary Baptist Church
will be held Friday evening, March
24. Rev. Dr. J. S. Montgomery of
Calvary Methodist Church is to be one
of the speakers.
The Criterion Male Quartet of New
York city will sing at tomorrow
morning's service at the church. It
will also be heard during the clos
ing services of the Burrall class.
CHRISTIAN. ___
Park View Christian Church
Park road. east of Georgia ave.
WALTER V. SMITH. Minister.
Preachlnr 11 a.m.?"The I>ivlne Purpose.
7-43 pro.?"China. Old and New." Illustrat
ed. Bible school. 8:30 a.m. Middar services
at Keith's Theater cach day. l-:30. _____
ColombiaHeightsChristian Church
Park road west of 14lh st. n.w.
In the New Bible School Auditorium.
Rev. 11. II. MELTON, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Bible school for all ages. Arthur
* C. Kidgeway, *upt.
11:00 a.m.? Sermon by the pastor.
7:00 p.m.?C. K. Society.
vVs?TPW?. VfHOWI?"'?rUCRCH.
CTUAN'iKRB WELCOME.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES?14th st. and Meridian pi. n.w.
Bible study. 10 a.m.: I^rd s Supper and
VERMONT AVENUE
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Vermont are. north of N at.
ret. EARLE WILFLEY, LL. D., Pastor.
9:45 a.m.?Bible school. E. A. Gongwer,
supt. . .
11?Morning worship. Sermon by pastor
"The Coming Creed"
? n m Evening service. Sermon by pastor
"IS MODERN YOUTH DEGENERATING?
615. Young People's tea; 7, C. E. meet
ings. Thursday, S p.m., midweek prayer
service.
H St, Christian So'ithwesf.
Preston A. Cave, Minister
Jesus Do!"
?"The Unobserved Observer."
Dedication of tl.e nfff j?arg B"nd*^
April A cordial welcome to all the
services of this churcn. COME.
METHODlST^PlSCQPAL (Colored.)
?&nToiTwxsi:ey*a. k e. zrwrocH "
Special sermon will be preached at o p.m.
by the
Rer. Leon S. Womlcy^hauUuqna evangelist.*
Qalbraith A. M. E. Zion Church
6th at. between T> and M n.w.
WM. I). BATTLE. Pastor.
9-00 s.m.?Sunday school. .,
if :5o aim.?"THE ftUICK SANDS OF LIFE."
"Magnificat." by .T. Christopher Marks, ren
dered by the choir.
6:30 p.m.?Variek Endeavor.
a*00 p m.?"THE LAST NIGHT."
YOU ARB WKUI'MK TO OUK SERVICES. *
John Wesley A. M. E. Zion Chnrch
Corner 14th and Corcoran sta. n.w.
REV. W. O. CABRINGTON, Pastor.
9-80 a.m.?^Sunday school and Bible classes.
10*45 a.m.?"THE MAHTBK MOTIVE OF
THE CHRISTIAN LIKE."
Holy communion.
?-00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor meetlnf
T'45 p.m.?"LIVING WITHOUT GOD."
These services will help YOU.
Haven M. E. Church
14th and B sts. and Mass. ave. s.e.
WM. BROWN. Pastor.
SUNDAY SERVICES.
9*30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11-00 a.m.?Sermon by pastor.
3*80 p.m.?Rev. Franklin of Trenedvjdob.
6:30 p!m.?Senior League:
8-00 p.m.?Pastor s farewell sermon for the
conference year.
VISITORS WELCOHB.
MMHffDISTlEPISCOPAL SOUTli.
Mount Vernon Place Church
THE REPRESENTATIVE CHURCH
(M. E. Church South)
9th and Massachusetts Avenue
11:00 a^n*?Sermon by Dr. Clovis G. Chappell, pastor,
Sunday School Auditorium
11:30 ajxu?Sermon by Dr. Chappell, Main Auditorium
8:00 pjn*?Sermon by Dr. Chappell *
Overflow Service, Sunday School Room ,
Sermon by Rev. M. Leo Rippy
SPECIAL MUSIC BY QUARTET AND CHORUS CHOIR
UNDER DIRECTION MR. SHURE
"5?e re,v^v?' "errices of the past two weeks come to a close tomorrow.
The Church already has been greatly blessed. If you haven't beeW at
tending, come tomorrow. Great services are expected both morning! and
evening More than 100 have already given their names'for menlber
ship, and they will be received Sunday morning. Dr- Chappell preXhes
twice Sunday morning?immediately after 11 downstairs and about ll -J(J
Upstairs. It is hoped this jrill give all who wish a chance to hear ^im
PUN 10 TAKE UP
DISARMING ISSUE
American Delegates to World
Church Conference Will
Discuss Question.
NEW YORJC. March 18 ^Special).?
The American delegates to the Interna
tional church meeting to be held at
Copenhagen in August will take with
them a memorandum and recommenda
tion on disarmament, with special ref
erence to the Washington conference,
and one whole session will be devoted
to the discussion of this topic. Dr. W.
I. Hull of Swartlunore College, who at- !
tended the conference as an observer j
for the World Alliance for International
Friendship, through the churches, and
j prepared the summary of results which
t already has been sent to 120,000 cler
| gymen throughout the United States,
I will present this report and open the
| discussion.
The official delegates to Copenhagen,
about ]"J1 in number, will represent the
twenty-nine councils of the interna
tional committee of the World Alliance,
established in all the principal Euro
pean countries and also in the United
States, Japan and China, A number
| of other religious leaders will be present
j with the privilege of taking part in the
discussions, but without power to vote.
The tentative program arranged by
the subcommittee in London provides
for sessions from August 6 to 11, in
clusive. With other important topics
are: "Co-operation With the League of
Nations," "Extension of the League, of
Nations to All Nations," "Allocation of
a Sunday In the Year to the World
Alliance Work of the Alliance in the
Schools," "Equality of Races," "Rela-;
tlon of the World Alliance to the Dem- I
ocratic Catholic Movement," "The At- I
menians," "Foreign Missions," "Inter
national Relationships Involved In Com
mon Membership of the Church of
Christ," "The Work of the Alliance
in Russia," "International Struggle
Against Alcoholism." The British coun
cil has been asked to present a memo-,
randum on the question of religious
and racial minorities, and the Swedish
council will present, through the Arch
bishop of Upsala, a report on reconcil
iation and reconstruction. One session !
will be devoted to receiving reports of i
subcommittees upon linking up with
the labor organizations and co-operation
with other Christian international move
ments. I
An effort will be made, through the
Danish council, to obtain for the meet
ing tho use of the Copenhagen house of
parliament.
Discussion will be permitted in Eng
lish, French, German and Danish, and
! the resolutions and principal documents
? will be published in these four lan
guages.
j BOYS CALLED TOGETHER.
Conference to Meet in Grace M. E.
Church South, Wilmington.
CAMBRIDGE, Md., March 18.?
j Bishop William F. McDowell, Wash
j ington, in co-operation with the Wil
I mington conference, has called the
j first Methodist Episcopal boys' con
i ference to be held within the bounds
| of the Wilmington conference. It
will convene in Grace Methodist
Church South, March 25 and 26.
More than 150 boys will attend.
The high spots of the conference will
? be a school of methods! in Epworth
League and Sunday School work, a
joint session with the ministers' con
ference and the laymen's associa
tion, a fathers and sons' banquet and
ordination and lifework services.
LUTHERAN.
Trinity Lutheran Church
i Cor. 4th and E sts. n.w. J Missouri Synod*.
H. SCHBOEDER,* Pastor.
Services:
j 11 a.m., German; 7:30 p.m., English, S. S.
and Bible class, 9:45 a.m. Midweek German
? Lenten service. Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.
Christ Lutheran Church
(Missouri Synod.)
New Jersey are. bet. M and N sts.
J. FREDEBIO WENCHEL, Pastor.
I 11 a.m.?Service with Holy Communion.
| 10:30 a.m.?Preparatory service. Subject?
! "Christ and the Cross, What
lis the Truth About Them"
Lenten service Thursday, 7:45 p.m.
S LUTHER PLACE
MEMORIAL
(THOMAS CIRCLE.)
j G. M. Diffenderfer, Pastor
j 9:45 a.m.?Bible School,
ill :00 a.m.?Service with Ser
mon.
I 7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.?Service, with Ser
mon.
Thursday, 8 p.m.?Bible study.
Seats free.
; THIS CHURCH WELCOMES
YOU.
FtMflll/lllV ^ STREET AT lGth
c.pipnony northwest.
CHARLES F. STECK, D. D., Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; public worships
with sermons by the pastor, 11 a.m. and 8
&m.. Luther League. 7 p.m. Midweek
?nten service, Thursday, 8 p.m. Litany
service (half hour), Friday, 4:30 p.m.
Noonday service at Keith's. You will be
welcome.
Church of the Incarnation
14th and Gallatlu sts. n.w.
REV. HENRY MAN KEN, Pastor.
Public worship, 11 a.m. >
Bible school, 9:45 a.m.
Evening services?8 p.m.
Lenten services Thursday, 8 p.m.
Sermon by Rev. J. -G. Sleek of Baltimore.
CHRISTIAN. CHRISTIAN.
NINTH STREET"CHRI5TIAN CHUROT
Ninth and D Streets Northeast
Dr. J. Boyd Jones,
Pastor-Evangelist.
Will begin a series of Re
vival Services on Sunday,
March 19^ to continue every
night (except Saturday) un
til Easter Sunday.
/
Orchestra and large chorus choir
under direction of Mr. Frank
A. Carpenter.
A HJLARTY WELCOME?COME
COMMUNITY BIBLE CONTEST NO. 4
Fourth 10 of 100 Questions on the Kings and Prophets of Israel.
31. (a) How many dollars would a horse and chariot have cost during
Solomon's reign, allowing 54.74 cents to a shekel? <b) What did the
law of Moses say would happen if a man took wives from heathen
nations? Compare Deut., 7.3, 4. (c) Disregarding the law of Moses,
how many heathen princesses did Solomon marry, (d) "What happened
to Israel as a result of Solomon's disregarding God's laws?
32. (a) Because Solomon deserted his God to go the way of his ungodly
wives, what did God say he would do? (b) In yielding to the desires
of his ungodly wives, which proverb of his own writing did lie ignore?
See Prov., 3. (e) Why did God not take the kingdom from Solomon
immediately after ills sin? (d) For David's sake and Jerusalem s sake,
to whom did God say he would give one tribe?
33. (a) Which chapters of II Chron. are a parallel account .of Solomon's
life as king? (b> What young man of mighty valor did Solomon
to a high position because he was very Industrious? (c) What aia
God say to Jeroboam, the prophet, through Ahijah? (d) When trouble
arose later, what caused Jeroboam to flee to Shishak, King of Kgypt, for
safety.
34. (a) When the men of Israel gathered at Shechem to crown Rehoboam,
what did Jeroboam, who had returned for the occasion, say to
Kehoboam? (b) Whose counsel did Rehoboam forsake when he gave
his unwise answer to Jeroboam? (c) When Kehoboam sent Adoram to
collect the king's tribute from Israel, how did Israel treat the collector,
(d) When the men of Israel heard that Jeroboam had returned from
J^gypt, what unusual thing did they do?
33. (a) Why was it that Kehoboam and the two tribes who became his
subjects did not interfere with Jeroboam being made king over the
ten tribes? (b) Where did Jeroboam establish his palace? (c) What
had happened in Shechem in the days of the judges? (d) After
establishing his home in Shechem, why did Jeroboam not permit the
ten tribes to go to Jerusalem to worship?
3?i. (a) What course did Jeroboam pursue that he might prevent the ten
tribes from going to Jerusalem for worship? (b) To which place did
the ten tribes go to worship the golden calf. Bethel or Dan, and how
did God regard this new plan? (c) From what class of people did
Jeroboam select men for priests? (d) When Jeroboam attempted to
discipline the fnan of God, who prophesied against him, what happened
to him?
37. (a) When Jeroboam entreated the man of God to pray for the restoration
of his arm, what occurred? (b) What miracle happened upon the death
of the man of God that ought to have made Jeroboam more spiritual?
(c) When his son, whom all Israel loved, lay dying, why did Jeroboam
send his wife to interview Ahijah, the man who had told him he would
be king over Israel? <d) After telling Jerftboain's wife that for the
sins of Jeroboam his son would die, what did he say God would do to
Israel?
38. (a) Kehoboam and Jeroboam were anointed kings about the same time.
Which reigned the longest, and by how many years? (b) What
happened in Jerusalem when Rehoboam had been king five years.
(c> What two kings were enthroned in Jerusalem after Rehoboam's
death, while Jeroboam was still alive? (d) What kind of kings were
Abijah and Asa, and how long did each reign?
39. (a) Before Asa, King of Judah, died, what six kings had succeeded
Jeroboam, King of Israel, in Shechem? (b) How long was B&asha king
over Israel, and in what place did he live? (c) After Baasha became
king, what happened to the descendants of Jeroboam as Ahijah, the
prophet, had said would come to pass? (d) For his sins, what did
God, through Jehu, say would befall the descendants of Baasha?
40. (a) Which of these kings, while intoxicated, was slain by the captain
of half his chariots, who usurped the throne? (b) What became of
Zimrl, and where did he live? (c) Where did Omrl, Zlmri's successor
live? (d) Where did Ahab, the next King of Israel, live, and how long?
(Copyright, 1922, by Ixmise Harding Earll.)
ANSWERS TO THIRD TEN QUESTIONS.
21. (a) They blew the trumphet; |
and all the people said, God save
Kins Solomon, and the people piped
with pipes, and rejoiced with great
Joy, so that the earth rent with the
sound of them. (I Kings, 1.39,40).
(b) Solomon said. If he will shew
himself a worthy man, there shall not
a hair of him fall to the earth <1
Kings, 1.52). (c) David said to Solo
mon, I go the way of all the earth:
B? thou strong therefore, and shew
thyself a man (I Kings, 2.1,2). (d)
Solomon told Shlmei to dwell In
Jerusalem; that If he went outside
the city he should die. (I Kings,
2.36-46).
22. (a) Solomon went to Egypt for
his first wife, and married the daugh
ter of Pharaoh, Egypt's king (I Kings,
3.1). (b) Solomon kept his Egyptian
queen In the'?city of David until he
had built his own house, the house of
the Lord, and the wall of Jerusalem
(I Kings, 3.1). (o) Solomon dreamed
at Qibeon,'where he offered sacrifices,
that he asked God to give him an
understanding heart (I Kings, 3.5-15).
<d) In the dream Solomon heard God
say, LiO. I have given thee a wise and
understanding heart: ? ? ? And I
have also given thee that which thou
hast not asked, both riches and
honor (IKings, 3.12,13).
23. (a) They (Israel) feared the
king: for they saw that the wisdom
of God was In him to do judgment (1
Kingi 3.28). (b) Twelve officers pro
vlded'victuals for the king and his
household; each man his month in a
year made provision (I Kings, 4.7).
(c) Judah and Israel were many as
the sand which Is by the sea In mul
titude, eating and drinking and mak
ing merry (I Kings, 4.20). (d) Solo
mon's provision for one day was 30
measures of fine flour and three-score
measures of meal, 10 fat oxen, and
20 oxen out of the pastures, and 100
LUTHERAN.
Keller Memorial Lutheran
MD. AVE. AND 8th 8T. N.B.
S. T. Nicholas, D. D., Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
Bible Class for Men, 10:00.
Morning Service, 11:00.
Evening Service, 7:45.
Intermediate Society, 6:45.
Young People's Society, 6:45.
?the homelike; CHURCH."
Church of the Reformation
Penna. are. and 2nd at. a.e.
REV. JOHN WEIDLEY. D. D.
SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:80 A.M.
Moraine aerrlee 11:00a.m.
Evening service 7:45 p.m.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p.m
Concordia Evangelical
Lutheran
20th and G n.w.
0. W. LOOHER. Pastor.
11 a.m.?German service.
8 D.m.?Engl inn service.
ALL WELCOME.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church
B and 8th atreeta b.w.
KEV. H. DBNXINGTON HAYES, D. D.,
Pastor.
"THE CHURCH WHERE YOU FEEL AT
HOME."
Regular services Sunday, with aennon
morning and evening by Dr. Hayes.
Wednesday evening?Lenten services, with
sermon by the pastor.
I sheep, besides harts, and roebucks.
i and fallow deer, and fatted fowl (1
! Kings, 4.22.23). j
I 24. (a) And he (Solomon) had peace
on all sides round about him <1 Kings.
4.24). (b) Judah and Israel dwelt I
safely, every man under his vine a'nd
under his flgr tree, from Dan even to
Beersheba, all the days of Solomon
i (I Kings, 4.2d). (c> Solomon had 40,- j
' 000 stalls of horses for his chariots,
and 12,000 horsemen <1 Kings, 4.26).
(d) Solomon ? ? ? was wiser than all
men (I Kings. 4.30,31).
; 25. (a) Solomon spake S.000 prov
erbs; and his songs were a thousand
and Ave (I Kings, 4.32). (b) Hiram
was ever a lover of David (I Kings,
5.X). (c) He (Hiram) rejoiced preatly
and said. Blessed be the Lord this
day, which hath given David a wise
son over this great people (I Kings,
6.7). (d) In return for building ma
terials and labor, Solomon gave
Hiram annually 20,000 measures of
wheat for food to his household, and
twenty measures of pure oil (I Kings,
5.11).
26. (a) 480 years after Israel's de
liverance from Egypt, Solomon's tem
ple was begun in the month Zlf (I
Kings. 6.1). (b) The dimensions of
the first house of worship were,
; length threescore cubits and the.
! breadth thereof twenty cubits, and
; the height thereof thirty cubits (I
i Kings, 6.2). (c) There was neither
hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron
heard in the house while it was in
j building (I Kings. 6.7). (d) Windows
, of narrow lights, now common in
i church architecture, were used In
, Solomon's temple (1 Kings, 6.4).
| 27. (a) Cedar, still a popular ma
; terial for roofing, was used as a
; covering for Solomon's temple (1
I Kings. 6.9). (b) God said condl
! tionally, I will dwell among the chil
! dren of Israel and will not forsake
i my people Israel (I Kings, 6.12.13).
j (c) The whole house he (Solomon)
j overlaid with gold (I Kings, 6.22). (dl
i Of Solomon's temple It is said, And
| the floor of the house he overlaid
? with gold, within and without (I
Kings, 6.30).
2S. (a) Solomon spent seven years
in building the temple (I Kings, 6.38).
(b) Thirteen years Solomon spent in
building his own house (I Kings, 7.1).
(c) Solomon's palace, which contained
the throne room, was 100 cubits long,
50 cubits wide and 30 cubits high (I
Kings, 7.2). (d) Solomon made also
an house for Pharoah's daughter,
whom he had taken to wife (I Kings.
7.8).
29. (a) The 6th and 7th chapters of
1st Kings are a description of Solo
mon's temple. (b) The 8th chapter
! of 1st Kings Is an account of the
dedication of the temple, (c) When
LUTHERAN.
St. Paul's English Lutheran Church
Eleventh and H Streets N.W.
JOHN T. HUDDLE, D. D.. Pastor.
11?"The Tempter"
8?"Origin and Message of
Some Old Hymns"
MUSICAL PROGRAM OF GOSPEL SONGS.
The Quartet Will Be Assisted by
8T. JEAN LABOT OF THE
FRENCH EMBASSY.
S. 8.. 0:30. C. K.. 6:45.
8 Thursday?Lenten service.
rprfYM 6u? and p sts. n.w.
Rer. RICHARD 8CHMIDT, Pastor.
S. 8.. 0:30 a.m.; German service, 10 a.m.;
English, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. After evening
service, Luther League devotional meeting.
English Lenten service, Thursday. 7:45 p.m.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran
Church
(Ohio Synod.)
13t i and Corcoran sts. n.w.
Preaching, 11 a.m. snd 8 p.m.
Sunday school, 0:30 a.m.'
O. E. LENSKI, Pastor.
AIammmah; Cor. R. 1. ave. & N. Cap. St.
Atonemeni ?ev. i. o. baker, psstor
Services?Sunday school. 0:30 a.m.
Preaching, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Luther League, 7:15 p.m.
STRANGERS CORDIALLY INVITED.
NEW THOUGHT.
Society of Washington. D. C.
800 Homer Building, 611 18th st. a.w.
Viva M. and Garnett January,
Christian Metaphysicians.
Resding room open daily. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Noon Silenoe. 18:80 every day.
Sunday, 8 p.m.. lecture,
"JUST HOW TO HEAL."
Wednesday. 8 p.m., social.
Thursday, 7:30 p.m., beginners' class and
healing meeting.
"AFTIBMATIONS."
Church of Life and Joy
1814 N 8T. N.W.
Sunday, March 10th.
11:00 a.m.?"SAUL."
(Robert Browning.)
Dr. Campbell-Shields.
3:00 p.m.?Children's service.
8:00p.m.?"SCIENCE AND LIFE.''
Dr. Campbell-Shields.
National Center of the Christ
Healing and Christ Service
902 F Street N.W.
Dally noon meetlnc. 12 to 12:SO, con
ducted by Hlu EMMA GRAY and Dr.
GEORGE E. BICKER.
Baaltnc meetlnc. Friday. 8 P.m., con
ducted by Mt?a LEON A FEATHERS.
Public Invited.
p.Lieut. jbIII be received from ? to ?
dailr, except Sundaja.
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However, Are Omitting
References.
f0i,rt. contestants In tii?
in any 0Cf?munlty contest tha?
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Jngr to those in charge.
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ratings, Where the references are omir
I ?f I"684'0"3 ls fo?
[the Rinrs and Prophets of Isra.-I j,
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Women-s r?.i?>? fi,en,e,ral Fe<Jeration .
1410 H sSSt northwest)?an<* bu"di"
FRIENDSHIP ALLIANCE
M PLEA FOR TREATIES
| World Organization Asks Senate to
Batify Pacts as "Good
will Step."
! J&nSwJ1
i==Tj3
p=wf%^??
sfb7en"e Theri;?L^sH5I!S 5
unanimously adopted by tS? execu
for?hC,?hm7U."!e of th* alllan-e.
tho Tj ii treaties arrived at i>
Imn!n lton Conference on th'<
nMth iS aH??nt. are m-etin-.
I?Ji considerable opposition in t
Senate of the United States; thi,
, these treaties, when ratified, wil l,
i eoo^MMs,eP ,oward internatlonr.
I goodwill taken by our nation n>i i
'fifth?! Vil 5?sh the ''ieh hopes .
all the world. The churches* of Amen
tlar^ part ln Persuadit
=r,^?rdinK t0 Ca" t,lls CO:
rerence and have most enthusiastic*
tconferenre throne
out its deliberations, and welroni.
a^5!5V?imen^ ar a S"reat triuinj
for Christian idealism and interr
tional good will."
? (
! Y. W. H. A. ELECTION.
! Mrs. Laura Flesher Is Made Pre.-i
dent.
At a meeting- at the Eighth Sir*.
Temple Thursday the followii
j officers were elected I.y the Your^
1 u omen s Hebrew Association for i ..
I ensuinp year: Mrs. Laura Flesh.:
l president; Mrs. I^ouis Kramer, vie*
president; Miss Rose Hornstrin, ev
ecutive secretary; Miss There:-.
. Shefferman, recording secretary; .Mi
Clara Roberts, corresponding sec^
tary; Miss Florence Frank, financisi:
secretary; Miss Moliie Lazero ?
; treasurer.
I The following chairmen of commi!
? tees were elected: Miss Jeanne Pnr
.'ton. entertainment; Mrs. Ix<uis Kr:'
I mer, social welfare; Mrs. llvma
I Levy, athletic; Miss Man- Ogus
j Americanization; Miss J. Bramlen
I burger, educational: Mrs. Joser
i Wilner. membership; Miss Ricki.
Gans, hospitality; Mrs. Julius Singer
liubiicity.
I The organization was addressed b
: Mrs. Herman Hollander on tti
"Message of Purim." and also by I>t
j Abram Simon on the "Storv of Fu
' rim."
I the ark entered the temple there wa
? nothing in it save the two tables o
) stone, which Moses had put there h
: Horeb, 480 years earlier (J King.
: 8.9). (d) The priests could not stano
, to minister because of the cloud: Pnr
the glory of the I^ord had filled tli.
house of the lx>rd (I Kings, s.10.11)
30. (a) Solomon stood before th<
altar of the T/ord In the presence o'
the congregation of Israel, and spre.'
forth his hands toward heaven < '
Kings, S.22). {b) Thirty verses <:
Kings, 8.23-53), are a record ?>
Solomon's prayer of dedication. <n
' 'When Solomon had made an end of
| praying ? ? * he arose ? ? -
from kneeling on his knees with his
hands spread up to heaven fl King?
s.54). (d) Solomon's benediction was.
; The Ix>rd our God be with us, es h<
i was with our fathers: l^et him no'
leave us, nor forsake us (I Kings.
S.56.57).
(Copyright. 1922. by T?ui?t* Harding F-arll I
i 7 UNifED~BRETHREN~
Memorial United Brethren
Church
North Capitol und U bts. n.w.
Rer. CHAKIjKS K. FCLTZ, V. 1?., l?a?tor.
| 9:40 a.m.?Sunday school,
j 11:00a.m.?Sermon. "Toward Jerusalem."
7 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
8 p.m.?Illustrated lecture?
"The World's Call.'*
Thnrsday. March 23. S p.m., concert hv
the Lebanon Valley College lllee Club of
Annville. Pa.
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCHES OP CHRIST, Sciential
Branches of the Mother Church, the
First Church of Chrlat, Scientist,
In Boston, Mass.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Columbia road lad Euclid at.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist.
N.E. Maaonic Temple, 8th and F ata. N.K.
Third Church of Christ, Scientist.
Masonic Temple, 18th and N. T. ave.
Fourth Church of Christ. Scientist.
The Arcade, 14th st. and Park rd.
SUBJECT?
"Matter"
SERVICES?
Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL?11 a.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETfnuS?
8 o'clock.
READINO ROOMS:
1310 F ST..N.W, Room 60S
Houra, 9 to 9:30 (except Wcdneadar,
8:80* to T, und Sundaya and holldaya.
2:80 to 0:30).
COLORADO BLDG? 14th nnd G Fta -
Bonra, 10 to 9 (Wed.. 10 to 7, and Sua.
and hoilda/a, 2:80 to 8:80).
148 EAST CAPITOL ST.?
Hourt, 11 to 8 (except Wednndara. 11
to 6; Bondiya, 2:80 to 6:80 Cloae.1
holldaya.)
THE ARCADES, 14th ui Park raU
(iwail Floor)?
10 to 8:30 week daya; alao (HI
iucept Wtdaeadajrai.

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