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MISSION PREACHERS HERE FOR PARLEY Group Known as “The Sev-. enty” Meets Tonight at Washington Cathedral. The program for the convention of “The Seventy,” a recently organized group of mission preachers, which be gins tonight at 8 o’clock, was formu lated last night at a meeting of the National Commission on Evangelism of the Protestant Episcopal Church at the Washington Cathedral. The conference is to continue through Friday. Bishop James E. Freeman of Wash ington will preside tonight, and Right Rev. Philip M. Rhinelander, warden of the College of Preachers, and Right Rev. Irving Peake Johnsop, Bishop of Colorado, will speak. Explaining the purpose of the gather * lng. Bishop Johnson, at the meeting last night, declared that it was planned to discuss the whole question of parochial missions as a method of evangelization. Defining a mission, Bishop Johnson said that it is any unusual effort in any community to reach persons outside and out of touch with the church. (Trges Organization for Work. Bishop Johnson said that it is the fervent hope of the clergy of the Epis copal Church that the conference this week, will bring forth some definite form of organization for the carrying out of i the ideal program of widespread evangelism. In addition to Bishop Freeman, who was host at Monday's sessions and who will act in a similar capacity at the , conference of “The Seventy,” members i of the Commission on Evangelism who attended the meeting at the Washing- j ton Cathedral included Bishop Thomas C. Darst of North Carolina, Rev. Alex ander Zabriskie of Alexandria. Va.; Rev. R. W. Woodroofe of Detroit, Mich.; Rev. Henry Wise Hobson of Worcester, Mass., and Samuel Thorne, New York. "The Seventy” consists of bishops and clergy from all sections of the country, who are selected for mission service as the result of a resolution adopted by the general convention. They were nominated by the commis sion’on evangelism and received official appointments as "associate missioners” from the Most Rev. John Gardner Mur ray, presiding bishop of the church. | They are expected to devote at least! I "The Talk of I v” 9A.M.t09 P. M. L I Grand piano*, Upright piano* _ r.._.. ._. JL j j and Player piano* included in Ekß Wl \\ Sale Po..t.vely End. |1 I large number*, together with. |AR||# I S,t ‘’' * S I *eparate piece* of furniture. at 9P. M. " j Selling for storage charges t ■■ Wtk i !I and expenses, together with a f | BK"WBUi B■Bi WW I small amount for the benefit of HU 9JHBpK S Pk t the owners.i | • * rtD* ♦ In furniture the range is • o Some Or tfl6 Dig too wide to mention in de- X !| vrttf _ _ _ . _ a-a n. 4 tail. There is, however, a t || Announcement PIANO BARGAINS jay bedroom suite and | j II single pieces of Vanity • of this Sale Gabler Upright $65.00 f jj -the fir.t one in our hi.tory— Leckerlmg Upright .. . $31.00 patterns. • , J | has met with gratifying response. Wm. Knabe Upright. .$105.00 ~r«~ !: Z Franci. Bacon Upright $120.00 Man of the articles will j | !! our storage bu.ine*. .ince occupy- Schumann Upright . . $83.00 .be shown in our ground- . j [ ing onr large, new home. , CQ7 f\C\ floor showroom and the Dal- # Piano* of many fine makes and Conover Upright .... ance is readily accessible. I • i! A. B*Cha.e Upright..sl22.oo • J | have accumulated and remained Behr Bros. Upright. . .$150.00 We will extend accomo- I Z 'J! unpaid, are being sold off rapidly, D i tlfi7 00 dating terms of payment to f i i at price* that will defray our ae- 3010 flayer • deserving persons, on the • i | erued charge* and net the owner* Clarendon Player ...$307.00 purchase of the larger jo li Aeolian Player $297.50 —I ! ! grand, of the best maker.—Knabe, |? a Plaver $278.00 C !! Behning, and other, and f est There is plenty of park- t t Jl among the upright* you may find Howard Upright . .r—.' *)>o#.oo j ng apace , and remember • Jl .ample* of a .core of widely Knahf» Grand $150.00 we are open, for this sale | known brand*. By arrangement Wm. UranQ .. . g 9p . m . S J | with the owners, in tome case* an Starr Grand •wO f J | “owner’s share" ha* been agreed , A mo aj- flfl VVNA/^VWVVVVV e ( 1 upon which will be added to our DraCnillftn Urand •• • V • Also REMEMBER, Sep- 2 jl charge* of .torageand eapen.e*. Story & Clark Player . $262.00 tember is our busy month « 1 ! In other *■••• *• ,iMl * a * * SI Wlll ... , r 1 eeno aa and we advise early book- 5 J| buy a good upright piano; $lB7 Weber UranQ ... • r»t • . f or orders of packing, a ;i *-• * 3 «. * # Behning Grand $695.00 . movin* .nd .tor.*e. DMERKhN I; STVRftpf * TRRNWER .j; ■■j| « O M P R N Y || 2801 Georgia Ave. at Girard St* j j iLsistHMiTf-irr— two weeks of every year to missions in communities outside their own dioceses. While attending the conference the members of "The Seventy” will, be guests of the College of Preachers. Their meetings are being held in Whitby Hall, one of the buildings of the National Cathedral School for Girls, where living quarters also are beirtg provided. Members Listed for Convention. Members of "The Seventy” who are expected to attend the sessions include Right Rev. Hugh L. Burleson, Bishop of South Dakota: Right Rev. Philip Cook, Bishop of Delaware; Right Rev. Thomas C. Darst, Bishop of East Car olina; Right Rev. H. H. Fox, Bishop Coadjutor of Montana; Right Rev. Campbell Gray, Bishop of Northern Indiana; Right Rev. I. P. Johnson, Bishop of Colorado; Right Rev. G. A. Oldham, Bl?hop of Albany; Right Rev. W. P. Remington, Bishop of Eastern Oregon; Right Rev. James Wise, Bishop of Kansas; Very Rev. Harry Beal of Las Angeles, Calif.; Rev. R. B. H. Bell of Denver, Colo.; Rev. Walter E. Bent ley of Port Washington, N. Y.; Ven. J. C. Black of Portland, Oreg.; Father Spence Burton, S. S. J. E„ of Cam bridge, Mass.; Rev. F. W. Clayton of Omaha, Nebr.; Rev. Charles Clingman of Birmingham, Ala.; the Rev. F. D. Dean of Wilmington. N. C.; Rev. Raimundo De Ovies of Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. Charles E. Eder of Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev. D. F. Fenn of Minneapolis, Minn.; Rev. William Garner of Terrell, Tex.; Rev. G. W. Gasque of Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. John Gass of Charles Town, W.Va.; Rev. Churchill J. Gibson of Richmond, Va.; Rev. Thomas Haldeman of Pueblo, Colo.; Rev. Frederick Henstridge of Elmira, N. Y.; Rev. H. W. Hobson of Worcester, Mass.; Father S. C. Hugh son, O. H. C„ of West Park, N. Y.; Rev. Edgar Jones of Oakmont. Pa.; Rev. S ; _E ; _Keeler_of Akron, Ohio: Rev. C. E. Sifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii | Sunday’ Excursions 1§ $3.50 Philadelphia jj j $3.25 Chester ||| : $3.00 Wilmington AND RETURN Sunday, September 22 = SPECIAL TRAIN = Standard Time == Lv. Washington 7:30 A.M. === I RETURNING. leaves Philadelphia ~ (Broad Street) 7:40 P. M. West = Philadelphia 7:45 P.M. Chester = 8:05 P.M. Wilmington 8:25 P.M. = Similar excursions October 6, 20 ss All Steel Equipment Pennsylvania Railroad p THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, I). C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1929. - r ” • "" ' McAllister of Baltimore, Md.; Very Rev. John M. McGann of Springfield, Mass.; Rev. W. H. Milton of Wilmington, N. C.; Rev. R. J. Murphy of Versailles, Ky.; Rev. Alfred Newbery of Chicago, 111.; Rev. K. B. O’Farrall of Cleveland. Ohio; Rev. J. M. Owens of Shreveport, La.; Rev. H. D. Phillips of Columbia, S.‘ C.; Rev. A. W. N. Porter of San Francisco, Calif.; Very Rev. G. L. Richardson of Albany, N. Y.; Rev. G. C. Stewart of Evanston, 111.; Rev. G. A. Trowbridge of New York City; Rev. Z. T. Vincent of Port Collins, Colo.; Rev. Dennis Whittle of Covington, Va., and the Rev. Richard Wilkinson of Montgomery, Ala. SMALLPOX AT BALBOA. Second Case Since Epidemic Broke Out in Panama. BALBOA, Canal Zone, September 17. —A* West Indies woman was apprehend ed at the Canal Zone Administration Building yesterday suffering from small pox. This is the second case of small pox picked up in the Zone since an epidemic of the disease broke out in Panama. One hundred and fifteen cases of smallpox now are in the hospital at Panama City. General vaccination con tinues with the regular physicians be ing supplemented by an emergency or ganization. Physicians said develop ment of new cases in Panama should end within a month, due to effects of widespread vaccination. An industrial research building to be built at Ottawa, Canada, will cost $2,000,000. Free Lecture J§|| “AVIATION and the HOTEL INDUSTRY” tty CLEM W. GERSON This man. ulsose phenomenal glx-yrar rise In the t *, Hotel Field Is nationally acclaimed, will “take” you on an 18.000-mite trip by air. Hit draenp. lions of famous retorts, the thrills of seeing America’s wonderlands from the clouds and the _ Interesting facts his Journey revealed assure you CI.EM W. GERSON, Erst a thoroughly worthwhile evening. Aerial . Representative of AB,v/iittvi a Mar the Hotel Industry In the TONIGHr-8 P.M. y-H’S You and your friends are Invited luat as eerdiallr .1" as Lewis "Hospitality Headquarters” can polwiMy w,,S«« extend the Invitation. . Meeting you wifi be a Sill Hetei? Th« pleasure; we look forward so it. AVk'U./A.bevtf.! Como—Como Early—Como with Friondo ?• c - »"* ether nationally known hostelries. LEWIS HOTEL TRAINING SCHOOLS 23rd at Penna. Ave. N.W. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. TODAY. Oriental Council, Royal Arcanum, meets tonight at Pythian Temple at 8 o’clock. Grand Council Officers, 'Royal Arcanum, will meet with Oriental* Council. Business Women’s Council meets this evening at the Church of the Covenant. Program of entertainment to be under the auspices of the personnel commit tee, Miss Mary Van Houten, chairman. The devotional period will be In charge of Rev, Fred C. Reynolds, pastor of Wesley M. E. Church. FUTURE. Triumph Council, No. 8, Daughters of America, will hold a card party Thurs day evening. 8 o’clock, at the Northeast Mtfsonic Temple, Eighth and F streets northeast. Washington. Branch of the Book makers’ International League of Writ ers will meet at the Modem School, 805 Vjt Tenth street, Friday night, 8:15. Literary people invited. Rev. Lloyd N. Young, pastor of Cen tral Baptist Church, will preach a spe cial sermon at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, under the auspices of the usher board and usher auxiliary, Thursday night at 8 o’clock. Proceeds for the benefit of the church. All wel come. Lincoln Past, G. A. R., will meet at G. A. R. Hall at 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon. Columbia Review, Woman’s Benefit Association, will be hostess at the weekly luncheon and card party to be held tomorrow, 12 to 1:30 p.jn., at the club house, 1750 Massachusetts avenue. A free lecture on “The Mahatmas,” followed by questions and answers, will be given Thursday night, 8 o’clock, by . the United Lodge of Theosophists, 709 Hill Building, Seventeenth and I streets. Red Triangle Outing Club will meet tomorrow night, 7:30, at the end of the Mount Pleasant car line for a moon light hike through Rock Creek Park to Mount St. Alban. Miss Hortense Free man, leader. Officers Placed on Eetired List. Col. Edward A. Shuttleworth, U. S. Infantry, on leave at Northfleld, Vt., has been transferred to the Army re tired list on account of age; Lieut. Col. William H. Clopton, jr., Finance De partment, at Fort Riley, Kans., will be retired September 30, on his own ap plication, after more than thirty years’ service, and Capt. Charles B. Wlckins, Quartermaster Corps, at Fort D. A. Rus sell, Wyoming, has been ordered to his home for retirement. The ' ' Beauty of Childhood may he kept through life If children sre taught to always care for their skin and hair with Cuticura. The Soap is fragrant and pure and should be used regu larly every day to cleanse the skin. Assist with the Ointment, as re quired, to soothe and heal any irritations. Soap jje. Ointment 23c. tao 50c. Talcum 23c. Sample each free. Add tut: "Cuticura,’’Dept. SM, Malden, Mali. AMERICAN FURNITURE CO. 512 NINTH STREET BETWEEN E & F STREETS The American celebrates this outstanding furniture event by offering the buying public of Washington an array of miracle values that will thrill the most exacting shopper. Low down payments and the same liberal credit terms are, of course, available during this sale. Simply select the articles you need for your home, say: “Charge it.” We will do the rest. Buy now and save. 3-Piece Living Room Suite— „ R..cr«t D I A handsome living room suite upholstered all over IVIf • in guaranteed fast color Jacquard. Re- cor —"1 —ufjiju dSi iiSiH In P ur RuS more for, offered now' at avEi Department! $5.00 Cash Delivers It BfaZatmmm „ ———■ Tapestries . ... 15.75 4-Piece Bedroom Suite — | I " One of the greatest values ever offered is this beauti- Q y ( , I I ful 4-pc. bedroom suite, consisting of- I Jr" dresser, French vanity, chest of drawers 1 ()() jy 0 Phone or C. O. D. Orders J and bed; stylish and beautiful. Specially priced for our 3rd Anniversary Sale.... _ $5.00 Cash Delivers It . Smokers 10-Piece Dining Suite- — End Table A charming 10-pc. Dining Room Suite, consisting of Real Value l ft H buffet, china closet, server, extension table, 5 side chairs. Anniversary Sale Price (| 11 If and armchair. This suite is constructed fej IL Jm of choice walnut veneer on gumwood and \IJI 1 fl() __ f is built to give many years of satisfying Q service ~ V-r / V* II $5.00 Cash Delivers It No Phone or C.O. D. Orders *§ am6R ,c aki first® AMBW HIRmOQH 512 NINTH STREET, N.W. c INTER-OCEAN ? . } | ETV^||H BUILDING V r EaNdFSTS. ± ■: jfJ I . L'ZZZ^IA 9tsssss^ aii T? ssssssss^l^^^^^T m^mm Y .... ............... . . LAW COLLEGE IS OPENED WITH SPECIAL EXERCISE Address on Constitution Is Feature of Meeting at First Fall Term Session. The Fall term Os the Washington College of Law opmed last night with special exercises in the college hall at which Dr. Edwin C. Dutton, president I' (sSiOmbMau^t^ iflr MADRIILLONEE HIS Re-open Sy The Supper Season '/ TOMORROW \ e To e p« ai < " s i°.T. , l tp“r r DANCING Step to symphonic syncopation a la Rudy Vallee. as you en joy food as flavorfully fine as it can be. You will like the new Dance Floor, too. A NO COVER CHARGE Phone Martin at Franklin 8160 for Reservations , Restaurant Madriuon Washington Peter Borras 15th, N. Y. Ave. Building Host and G St.- of the board of trustees, presided. An address on the Constitution was de livered by Oliver E. Sweet, professor of constitutional law, followed by a short talk by Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, honorary dean and one of the founders of the Institution. Dean Grace Hays Riley welcomed the new students and made assignments. The junior class was in charge of the program, which included dancing. William B. Doyle was chairman of the committee. Morning classes will be inaugurated by the college October 1, Dean Riley announced. Sessions will be held from 8:15 to 11 daily. Dean Riley wl|| fie f assisted by Dr. Roscoe J. c. Dorrfey of the present faculty in the opeiwfc i of the freshman classes. The afternoon classes will meet dalljr . except Saturday from 5:15 to 7, as Jh! the past. On Saturday evenings, prac-i tlce court and debate sessions will be held from 7 to 9. • Coln-ln-the-slot cigarette machines are being placed in private homes cl London.