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WILL BE OUTLINED Hoover’s Aid Will Be Asked at Conference Wednesday of Conservation Leaders. President Hoover will be asked to •upport a balanced program of Federal forestry activities when more than 50 leaders in forest conservation, repre senting 22 national and regional organisations, come here Wednesday j for a conference under auspices of the ! Aemrlcan Forestry Association. The conservationists also will discuss With the President ways and means of safeguarding the public forests from fire. They will confer with the President ; at 11 am. At luncheon they will be j the guests of the American Forestry; Association at the Cosmos Club, where j they will be addressed by Secretary of the Interior Wilbur and Secretary of ! Agriculture Hyde. Financial Program Outlined. An adequate financial program that will enable the Government to more effectively protect its forest reserves and bring them to higher productivity is the chief goal of the conference, George D. Pratt, president of the American For estry Association, said. In addition to Secretaries Hyde and Wilbur, other speakers at the luncheon include Joseph M. Dixon, Assistant Sec retary of the Interior; Walter Newton, secretary to President Hoover; Senators Keys of'New Hampshire and Walcott of Connecticut; Representatives Hudson of Michigan, Colton of Utah, Summers of Washington and Hawley of Oregon: Dr. John C. Merriam, president Carnegie Institution of Washington: R. Y. Stuart, forester, United States Forest Service: Horace M. Albright, director National Park Service, and Henry L. O'Malley. Commissioner of the Bureau of Fish eries. Other Organisations Lend Aid. In addition to the American Forestry Association, other organizations taking part in the conference are the Izaak Walton league of America, the Cali fornia Development Association, the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, the Western Forestry and Conservation Association, the American Tree Asso ciation, the American Nature Associa tion, the American Farm Bureau Fed eration, the National Lumber Manu facturers’ * Association, the National Audubon Society, the Southern Forestry Congress, the Association of State Foresters, the Society of American Foresters, the Ecological Society of America, the American Game Protec tive Association, the American Paper and Pulp Association, the Camp Fire Club of America, the National Parks Association, the National Grange the National Forestry program committee and the Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests. MRS. GOODHUE’S PASTOR TO TONDUCT SERVICES Minister Is Same Who Conducted Funeral Rites for Calvin Coolidge, Jr. By the Associated Press. NORTHAMPTON, Mass., October 26. The pastor who has officiated before when grief has come to the Coolidge family. Rev. Kenneth B. Welles, of Al bany, N. Y., was to direct the funeral services this morning at 11 o’clock for the late Mrs. Lemira Goodhue, mother of the wife of the former President, Calvin Coolidge. Mr. Welles was the attending clergyman at the funeral of Calvin Coolidge, jr„ in July, 1924. The funeral will be held at the Ed wards’ Congregational Church, which Mrs. Goodhue regularly attended before her present illness. The present pastor, Rev. James N. Armstrong, jr„ will as sist Mr. Welles, who was pastor there before going to Albany. A representative of President Hoover, Col. Townsend Whelan of the Spring field Armory, at Springfield, arrived yes terday on orders of Maj. Gen. Preston Brown, commander of the Ist Corps Area. He was to be succeeded by Gen. Merwether E. Walker of Boston, on the latter’s arrival. The body, accompanied by the family and friends, was to be taken to Burling ton, Vt., on a train leaving at 12:40 p.m. Burial will be in the Goodhue family lot In Burlington Sunday morning. BOTTLE MESSAGE FOUND. LONDON, October 26 (IP). —A bottle : was washed ashore at Blackpool, Lan cashire, last night containing the mes- j sage, “Save me. Just off Fleetwood.; Please rescue.’’ The signature was “Dermain.” A Fleetwood lifeboat stood by throughout the night, but there were no developments. The police were in formed, but the authorities were very guarded in handling the affair, in view of many hoaxes connected with bottle messages that have taken place re cently, 7 Do Fo m Like Ho mes Wit li Big ] . Open or Enclosed Sleeping Porches and Fireplaces for Winter Comfort? semi. These Mew i DETACHED 1 Colonial Brick * 1 Hemes in j six -se ven I Marietta EIGHT Room* Park I ONE and TWO meet CAR YOUR ! Built-in Garages requirements J Built By P. D. Willis ELECTRIC $10,500 Refrigeration TO | -Z $12,500 fi PAVED open Street & Alley Sunday and Daily — UNTIL 9 P.M. Model Home —5713 4th St. N.W. t Drive out Bth St. N.W. to Marietta Place and East to Property. L: BQSSffISfS _ 1417KST. Realtor, NATIONAL 9300^f TfEAX ESTATE. LARGE APARTMENT BOUGHT BY SYLVANUS STOKES, SR. /;7f*l fil|s '”” '''^ Properlv at f>42o Connecticut avenue, at the corner of Legation street, which has been purchased by Mr. Stokes from | the Ell & Kay Building & Investment Co., it is reported by Schwab, Valk & Canby. The consideration was reported to ■ approximate $600,000. The building was completed recently. GUEST WILL OCCUPY EPWORTH M. E. PULPIT Dr. Copenhaver Will Continue Se ries in Sermon to Be Given at 8 O'clock. At the 11 o'clock service tomorrow in Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church South, Thirteenth street and North Carolina avenue northeast. Richard D. Murphy, superintendent of the Rescue Mission in Syracuse, N. Y„ will speak. Dr. John C. Copenhaver. the pastor, will continue his series of story sermons from the book of Daniel and will take as his subject "Three Men Not Afraid of a Fire" at 8 p.m. The Sunday school will hold services in all departments at 9:30 a.m. The Epworth League chapter will held services at 7 o’clock and on Wednesday at 8 o’clock will hold its an- j nual Halloween costume social. The pastor will conduct the weekly ] prayer meeting service Thursday eve ning at 8 o’clock. The Young People’s District-wide so cial will be held at 8 o’clock Saturday evening in the social rooms and w'ill be sponsored by the young people of Ep-, worth Church. PASSION PLAY VISIT PLANNED NEXT YEAR Bible Class Association Plans to Make Pilgrimage to Oberaro- j. mergau in July. The central committee of the Organ ized Bible Class Association has an nounced that a pilgrimage would be conducted to the “Passion Play” at Ober- j ammergau next Summer from July 16 | to August 21. Not only will the 1930 “Passion Play” be visited, but a tour | will be made of England. Holland, Bel gium. Germany and France. Arrange ments for the tour were made by Dr. Homer J. Councilor while abroad last Spring. The committee also announced plans for the observance of World Temperance Sunday. November 3. It was also de cided that the organization would co operate with the 1930 convention of the National Federation of Men’s Bible Clares The committee is composed of Maj. Frank A. Frost. E M. Bryan, Harvey Gram, John Dills, L. H. Kinard. Mrs. Gertrude M. Donovan, Mrs. Asa L. Gil bert and Mrs. A. W. Cummings. 1347 Montague St. N.W. Detached—Near 16th St. Stone Home 9 rooms, 2 baths, modern. Wonderfully constructed, with 2 of its ’ edrooms, one of its baths and a sleeping porch on Ist floor. Close to all conveniences, as schools, churches, cars, stores, busses. Immense concrete front porch and fine large lot, 50x132’i, containing 6,625 sq. Open-—514,500 Inspect High-Cla*b Home-Owned Neighborhood Very Eaty Terme PAUL MAGOFFIN 317 Woodward Bldg. Phone National 3023 THE ETEyiya ST AH, WASHINGTON P. C., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26. W29._ “DISTRESS” FARM LAND PRICES ARE STIFFENING Steady and Certain Comeback From Standpoint of Demand Indi cated by Realty Reports. That farm lands are making a steady and certain comeback from the stand point of demand and desirable security for mortgage investments is indicated by various reports of those in close touch with the farm lands situation, the National Association of Real Estate Boards announces. The semi-annual index of farm real estate in Ohio, prepared by the Ohio, State University and the Ohio Agri cultural Experiment Station in co operation with the farm lands divis on of the Ohio Association of Real Estate Boards, shows that there has bee 1 a pronounced stiffening in the price of Brand-New All-Brick Residences Overlooking Rock Creek Park LAST DEVELOPMENT POSSIBLE IN MT. PLEASANT Exhibit House, No. 1863 Ingleside Terrace These homes are 21 feet in width, have 7 rooms and tiled bath with built-in tub and shower; have concrete front porches with iron rails, built-dn garage, 3 cedar closets and arc equipped with FRIGIDAIRE refrigeration, hot-water heat, electricity and oak floors j ’throughout; finish of trim either white or natural wood—chestnut; electrical fixtures solid bronze and all decorations of a superior order. | OPEN DAILY and Lighted Until 8:30 P.M. j* Priced at $11,950.00 on Easy Terms WM. H. SAUNDERS CO., INC. Realtors—Established 1887 1433 K St. N.W. District 1018 | ’ il The I CARRY BUILDING (formerly Phillips Building) I SOUTHEAST CORNER lJth AND K’ I now open for inspection ft ♦♦♦ ft Building entirely renovated and re-decorated. Cen tral location, convenient to financial and realty district . . , Unusually attractive rental ichcdule IH, L. Rust Company ’lOOl 15th St. N.V. Nat’l 81 oil Rent el Agents i* . "l.i .. ■■■-,,.» ,jil esaJ 4-Bedroom, 2-Bath Brick Attractively Priced for Immediate Sale "| Situated in a most desirable section where XJ. , Zj \7 property values are rapidly increasing, this brand-new home, containing 1 four bedrooms, tw T o baths and breakfast alcove, all beauti fully decorated, is a wonderful buy. Fea /UO tures include open fireplace, garage with lUnntiinmo«7 open side porch above, attic, and large-lot monigomery on p avef | street. Come out and see it today. Ave. | OPEN DAILY—2 to 9 P.M. SILVER (Drive Out Ga. Ave. to Montgomery SPRING and East to Houses.) •• • ' National Mort. & Inv. Corp. 1004 Vt. Ave. Nat. 5833 ] “distress” farm land real estate during I the past six months in Ohio. . Reports of farm sales from 50 Ohio I i counties show that the average price of farms bought in involuntary sales, that Is. foreclosures, sheriff sales, estate settlements and the like, was $8.27 per acre higher the first six months of this year than the average for the past two years. The average price of vol untary sales for the State remained practically the same as for last year. Decided increase in the demand for r farm lands was reported recently by i John Fields, president of the Federal \ Land Bank of Wichita. Kan., before the meeting of the presidents of Fed ; eral Land Banks with the Farm Loan Board, held in Washington. 1 * . i, Evangelist to Conduct Services. Evangelist Gramps of Fort Plain. N. Y„ will conduct a service at the Ver ■ mont Avenue Baptist Church, Vermont avenue between Q and R streets, next Tuesday at 8 p.m. COLLEGIATE PRESS GROUP MEETS HERE 35 Staff Representatives of Publications Guests at Luncheon at Georgetown. Thirty-five staff representatives of 17 college publications in Washington and this vicinity attended the second Dis trict of Columbia Collegiate Press Con ference today at Georgetown Univer sity. Dr. W. Coleman Nevils, S. J., presi dent of Georgetown, welcomed the del egates at the opening session, at 10 o'clock, in the Hirst Library. Six in stitutions, George Washington Univer sity, American. Catholic. Maryland and Georgetown Universities and Trinity College, were represented. »t a luncheon meeting. Will P. Ken nedy of the Capitol staff of The Evening Star addressed the college editors, whose purpose in meeting was to adopt a con stitution and agree on methods of im proving the various publications they represent. These are weekly newspapers, literary journals and year books. The delegates were the luncheon guests of Dean R. Rush Rankin, S. J., of George town. Joseph B. Brunini, editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Hoya, weekly news pub lication. was chairman of the confer ence, which divided into groups for the purpose of carrying on its discussions of various subjects. This afternoon the 35 delegates will be the guests of Dr. Nevils at the Georgetown-Lebanon Valley foot ball game. PASTORTO CONTI N U E DAVID SERMON SERIES Rev. Edward 0. Clark to Preach Twice Tomorrow at Chevy Chase Church, The subject of the sermon tomorrow morning at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church will be “In the School of Christ.” The pastor, Rev. Edward O. Clark, will preach. The third sermon in “The Drama of David” will be given by Mr. Clark at 7:45 p.m. It will be entitled “David FIRST TIME OFFERED and 1319 C Street Northeast, Corner Tennessee Avenue Six large rooms, tiled bath with built-in tub. Hardwood (Parquet) floors throughout. Natural wood trim. Frigidaire. Hot-water heat and electric lights. Beautiful fixtures. Front, Side and Rear Porches. House 24 feet wide on nice lot. Priced SI,OOO below market value. Small cash payment and monthly payments like rent. Come out any time Sunday, or call for Free Auto Service at National 4254 (evenings Decatur 0761). WENGER BROS. 1627 K Street N.W. District 3174 ■- - V ♦-•- . y in m m :I • j: < v •«* l»*f! m A Home of Unusual Charm Every nook and corner flooded with daylight and wonderful ventilation. Brand-New—Juat Completed 5023 Reno Road One block West of Connecticut Avenue and half square South of Harrison Street This home is conspicuous for the ex traordinary size of all four of the bedrooms —and every other feature of plan, construc tion, finish and fixtures is of the same excep tional character. A real home—into which has been put the finest of materials; the best of craftsmanship—and lavished with extras that put it in a class by itself—and make it a remarkable buy—in a neighbor hood of fine owner-occupied homes. Price is $24,500 —and terms will be arranged Open Sunday from 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Open Every Weekday Evening Until 9 P.M. H.xiJMfKIEEVER^GOSC,.^ I ll REALTORS |jj R. L. McKeever, Pres. Earl E. Gois, V. Prat. S. E. Godden, Sales Manager. 1415 K Street National 4750 and Jonathan." All members of the Odd Fellows’ fraternity are invited. In the recent annual meeting of the' Women's Society the following were elected to office: President. Mrs. E. W. Chaffee: first vice president, Mrs. Hugh Loftus Murrell: second vice president, Mrs. Charles S. Muir; secretary, Mrs. W. A. Reilly: corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. D. Phillips: treasurer, Mrs. S. H. Pearce, and financial secretary, Mrs. Charles G. Weber. The annual meeting of the church will be held October 31, at which time officers will be elected. The month of November will be observed as Loyalty month, the opening feature of which will occur on Sunday afternoon, No vember 3, when the annual visitation for friendly and financial purposes will be held. A church dinner will be a feature of the observance later in the month. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH TO HOLD OBSERVANCE Special services will be held tomor row at Grace - Lutheran Church,, Six teenth and Varnum streets, to com memorate the anniversary of the birth of Protestantism and the reformation movement. At the morning service, beginning at 11 o’clock, the pastor, Rev. Gerhard E. Lenski, will preach on “What the World Owes Luther.” Pamphlet copies of Li.'her’s Small Cate chism will be presented to each person attending this service. At the evening service the speaker A REAL INVESTMENT! Northwest Section . TEN NEW HOUSES Six rented, modern, 6 rooms | and bath, hot-water heat, stor- j age tank, electric lights, gas, i open fireplace, hardwood floors, j back porch and sleeping porch, shrubbery, surface drainage. Only one trust each of $5,000 | b% —3 years to run. Total annual income $6,000 Total annual expense. . 4,221 Net profit $1,779 T/ie equity in the 10 houses enn he purchased for SSOO each. Annual income on investment over 30%. Address Box 265-A Star Office REAL' ESTATE. will be Dr. W. E. Schuette, president of the Eastern District of the Joint Synod. His subject will be "A Great Little Book” and will deal particularly with the Influence of Luther along the line of religious training In the matter of “The Small Catechism.” which this year attains Its 400th anniversary. WOMAN’S DAY PROGRAM. Woman’s day will be observed tomor row at the Providence Baptist Church, M street between Four-and-a-Half and Sixth streets southwest, with special services under the.direction of the pas tor, Rev. A. Sayles. Rev. Mrs. Mary E. Green will preach at 11 o’clock. There will be a service at 3:30 o’clock, when Mrs. Fannie Green will deliver an address of welcome. Mrs. R. R. Horner will also speAk. At the evening service at 7:30 o’clock Rev. Mrs. Cornelia L. Johnson of the Nash Memorial M. E. Church will j preach the sermon. I Individually Built Bungalow 3033 Albemarle Street i sX I Price, $16,250 East of Conn. Ave., Close to jg I Five Rooms, Tiled Bath Rock Creek Park i S _ . _ T . , 9.000 Square Feet of (S Master Bedroom itll Beautifully Landscaped Grounds S T!l«J T . The saving to vou Is represented by the 3 Ej 1 lieO actual loss to the owner, who spared no ® Sj ' expense in the quality of materials, in rS iis (Viln>- ClnsAlc securino the best workmanship, in equip* r? I[3 siicti ViIUH IS ring the home with latest modern con- £? Mtr | , . „ „ reniences. Living room. 21.6x13.6: dining B i® Kelvmator, Oil Burner room. ISxU: master bedroom. 16x16. with gj | ® 7 built-in cedar wardrobe and cedar closets.' |fa /’ Full-length copper screens throughout/■ ig ,bn lWO*V.ar l.aiaee “ Kelvinator " refrigerator; “Quiet May" | oil burner, first floor laundry room. 9 lIS "Chamberlain metal weatherstrips. Largfi E; ! S OPFIV or>fn fiteplace. Front porch, 13x9 feet. E i QSJ Plumbing and heating carried to attiiy .sis Sundav 2'30 to 5’30 W ' th space ,or three additional Vedroomi. ffl • p or by L. T. Gravatte *1 !gj Appointment 927 i sth St. Realtor National 0753 I g Daily Evening Phone, Georgia 2900 •' ' i . - ■ - * * i #~|NE of the most desirable homes in this popular and i convenient section near 14th and Park rd. Owner has purchased a larger residence and is anxious to dispose of this at once. The house presents an ex ceptionally fine appearance and its large, well pro i portioned rooms will have an outstanding appeal to those seeking a thoroughly livable, comfortable home . . . all-brick construction; large covered colonial front ,> * porch; reception hall; three rooms (two with gas fireplaces), pantry and kitchen on first floor. Kitchen has been enlarged and adds considerably to the depth of the house, and ha? linoleum floor, one-piece sink and ample closet space. There is a back stairway. Second floor has three very large rooms (one with gas fireplace), tiled bath and unusually deep closets. Third floor has two spacious rooms and running water. Entire house is screened and weather-stripped and in absolutely first-class condition throughout. Hot-water heat. Front and rear entrance to cellar. Toilet in basement. Good yard to wide paved alley . . . This , splendid home is offered at an unusnally attractive figure and is unquestionably one of the best buys of the year in this section. , .' ♦♦♦ ♦ n ury 1418 Eye St. N.W. Exclusive Agents Nat’l 5904 . - mmm ————— "wNAAAAA^/VS^VWWWWWWSAAIWWVS/^W^WVW^V^W^WWWVWVWWWW* Best New Home Values in Town! 20 BUILT—I 6 SOLD BEFORE COMPLETION 9th and Gallatin Sts. ONE BLOCK OFF GEORGIA AVE. EXHIBIT HOME 5013 9th St. N.W. MANY "ATTRACTIviE^IFEATURES Colonial 8-Room Brick Homes 18 Ft. Wide by 32 Ft. Deep, Covered Concrete Front Porch Reception Hall, Coat Closet with Mirror Door Beautiful Living Room Daylight Kitchen Fully Equipped, Frigidaire Large, Bright Dining Room, Breakfast Room Spacious Master Bedroom, 3 Other Large Bedrooms Black and White Tiled Bath, Built-in Tub and Shower Concrete Cellar with Toilet and Laundry Trays Automatic Hot-water Heater Built-in Garage Artistic Decoration—Paneled Wallpaper Hardwood Floors and Trim Wardrobe Closets with Lights Screens Throughout Only Terms ] I 14th &K CA FRITZ Dist 9080 ; Owners and Builders of Communities OVER 2,000 HOMES BUILT AND SOLD £ Tt 1 s—aasr 11 r L i sssaaegsaaßC 19 “COSTLY SERVICE.”.Irfi j!i: Dr. S. B. Dhugherty Annoufifew Subject of Sermon. , At Memorial United Brethren Chifrch, North Capitol and R streets, tomorrow the pastor, Dr. S. B. Daugherty, ’ will preach in the morning on “Costly Serv ice,” and in the evening on ‘‘Our Com,- mission.” illustrated by Hofmamgpi masterpiece. “Christ Teaching From a Boat,” the second in the series on “The Christ We Forget.” Reproduction* fef these paintings are presented to the audience. The Sunday School will meet at 0:40 am. and the Christian Endeavor So ciety at 7 p.m. will have as their lead ers: Senior, Miss Carrie M. Davis; .in termediate, Miss Ethel Koockegy. Evangelistic Services Continue- v The gvangelistic services in McKm dree Methodist Church will continue next week under the leadership of N. H. Raymond, who is preaching on the old doctrines and truths of the 1 Scriptures.