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4 T "V s etLUBsaaai -Happenings y In Capital L j 1 Items of Interest and Imporr tance dr" Past, Present, and , Future jAmong Official and fashionable Folk. Medical Director James Duncan Gate wood, U.. S. N'., and Mrs. Ontewood an nounce ,the engagement of their daugh ter Hlldreth to Toy Dixon Savage, of Norfolk; Va. The wedding will take place at November. Mr. Savage Is a savage, and belongs to the Virginia and j KshoVi yto'eSecfeJaro? Country clubs, of Norfolk, and the Unl- War and MrsT Garrison at Seabrlght. verslty Club, of this city. N. J., and n few dayh at the mlllUTy .j. j encampment at Plattsburg, X. Y. Invitations have been received in j , "T&.TT , , MrDi, w. m- -r, m vviimntl. Qcn- an1 Mrs. William Croxler, who Washington from Mr. and Mrs. wiimoti , k.,n .,. ,.., ,. L.,.i P. Thompson for the marriage of their daughter, Florence Anna, to rihrUto-1 pner Herman rope, on uaiuraay, Oc tober 16, at 12:30 o'clock, at St. James' Church,' Goshen, N. Y. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson in Goshen will follow the ceremony. Mr. Pope, who is treasurer of the Munsey Trust Company, will bring his bride to Washington. Col. Edward Brown, who has been a guest at the White House lor the last ten days, left Washington Thursday evening tor his home In Atlanta, Ua. Rear Admiral Reginald Nicholson, U. S. N., retired, and Mrs. Nicholson, have returned to their home in JcKcreon placo after an extended motor trip and several weeks" In Jamestown, U. 1. - Mr. und Mrs. Raymond Bristol, of aNcw York, who have been at Ashevllle, N. C, for some time, arrived at the Hillard yesterday. - f Mrs. William A. Jones, wife of Con gressman J ones of Virginia, has arrived m Washington and Joined her son-in-law and" daughter, Lieut, and Mrs. 8. Roland Hopkins, who arc staying At the Urafton until Lieutenant HopKins leaves tor the Philippines. An attructlvo wedding was solemn ised today at 11 o'clock at Foundry M. E. Church, when Miss Dorothy Lantz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Da vid E. Lantz, became the bride of Frank Wesley Evans. The church was decorated with palms, ferns, and white chrysanthemums, and the Rev. Dr. Wedderspoon, pastor of the church, performed tho ceremony. Bal lard Moore served as best man, and ushcrr. were the bridegroom's three brothers, John, Edward, and George Bvans, and Howard Phillips. Miss Jane Westesson was the bride's only attendant Sho wore a dainty frock of blue pussy willow taffeta, com bined with Georgette crope, and car ried a great bunch of radiance roses. She wore a black picture hat. The bride, who was elven In mar riage by her father, was gowned in white crepe de chine, simply made, with bodice and trimmings of Georgette ercpe. Her hat, cf white silk beaver. had a brim of the crepe and was trimmed with white roses. She carried a sfaeaf of roses, shading from white to pale pink at the centers. Mrs. Lbntz wore a handsome costume of dark heliotrope' silk, trimmed with green and a black hat with green trim After he ceremony there was nn I tnformal breakfast for the bridal party and a few close friends, at the home ?fJr'Sd ,.'' n&.!!L SMS brlde ctt for their wedding trip. Mrs. Evans wore a traveling costume of blue-"whipcord, with a smart black hat. Among the out of town guests at the wedding were Mrs. J. M. 'Simmons, of Canyon City, Colo., sister of the bride; Mrs. Dean, of Snllda. Colo.; Mrs. D. C. Dean and Edwin Dean, of Harrls burg, Pa. Mr. and -Mrs. Stephen J. Kubel enter tained at luncheon today to announce the engagement of their daughter, Flor ence Louise, to Ensign John Semer Farnsworth, U. S. N. The marriage will take place about the middle of No vember. Mr. Farnsworth is from Cin cinnati, Ohio, and is attached to the U. S. S. Michigan. The guests at the luncheon were Miss Mary F. Bradley, Miss Margaret Dieter, Miss Helen Wann. MlS3 Florence Yoder, Miss Helen Koehler, Miss Marie S. Kubel. Miss Marie Brinkley, Miss Flor ence Brumm, Miss Alpha Pugh, Miss Mildred Schmallng, Miss Irene Mc Donald, Miss Katherlno Sharp, Mrs. , Will Collier. Miss Edith Martin, Miss Morrle Morris. Mrs. Will Hutterlv. Mrs. Edward F. McKnew and Mrs. Walter McFarland. The table was attractively decorated with Klllarney roses and pink asters. Senator and Mrs. Thomas p. Gore and their children reached Washington day before yesterday from Oklahoma, where they spent the summer, and are at their home in Mintwood Place. Mrs. Eric C. Purdon and her sister, Miss Edith Morgan, daughters of Col. George H. Morgan. U. S. A., have taken apartments In Georgetown for the win ter. Mrs. William D. Connor, wife of Major Connor of the Engineer Corps, has re turned to town from Canada, where she spent the summer with her mother, Mrs. P. P. Van Vllet. -.J.Mr, and Mrs. John Noonan and their daughter Louise, of Cleveland Park, are home from an automobile trip which covered ovor 4,000 miles. They visited -Wecklnac Island, etoakey, and Con viay, Mich., besides stopping in Chi cago, Cincinnati, Milwaukee and other cities en route. - -Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins Is in "Wash ington for a few days and is stopping at the Shoreham. Senator Wlllard Saulsbury of Wilmington. Del., has also arrived at the hotel and among others registered there are Mrs. Oulda Cauldwell, of Huntington, W. Va.; Mitchell Harrison, of Virginia; Gresh am Ennls, of New York; Scnor Ar gullles and his family and Miss Amelia Rodriguez, of Cuba. Of much interest to society, both In this country and in England, will be the formal announcement, to be made In a day or two, by Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Wlborg, of New York and Cincin nati, of the engagement of their eldest daughter. Miss Sarah Sherman Wlborg, to Gerald C. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Francis aiurpny, of New York. Tho announcement follows closely the wedding last Saturday of Miss Olga Wlborg to Sidney W. Fish, son of Stuy vesant Pish and the late Mrs. Fish. Miss Sarah Wlborg is the eldest and Mrs. Fish tho youngest. The other is Miss Mary Hoyt Wlborg. Mrs. Buckner Walllngford, of Cincin nati, who' has been at Hot Springs for the summer, has returned to her home, where she will be Joined by her mother, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, sr., who is rnmlnir from Eurone. Since the out- S break of the war, Mrs. Longworth has been in Normandy with her other daughter, the Countesse de Chambrun. whose chateau near St. Mlhiel has been destroyed. Count do Chambrun, after serving on the battle line In com mand of a battery of artillery, has re cently been assigned to -staff duty. ; MV. and Mrs. Malcolm McConninhe reached Washington on Thursday. They left town early In the summer, sperit r of the Day Smart Set several weeks at Cape May, then visited Nnrraaansett Pier and rnade a trip to Canada before returning; home , Mrs. Thomas Cleland Dawson- was hoBtess at dinner last evening, .when hor guQSta wero Col. and Mrs. Rich mond P. Davis, Capt'. Abraham Lott and Mrs. I.ott, Capt. .and Mrs. Bay ard Schlndcl, Mlne-Hubbard, of Iowa; Mrs. Charles Paumet and Lieut. John Iseman, IT. 8. N. .Mm. Williams Burr Harrison, her Gtyldren and her niece. Miss Mary Wne".irVwt. have Joined Mr. Harrison nt their residence. 1722 P street, aftflr spending the summer at Qrovo Hill, near Bandy' Spring, Md. den. Hugh I,. Bcott, chief of staif, weeks, General Croier being on an Inspection trip, have returned to their home in Massachusetts avenue, Mrs. Ellznbnth Hnnklnn Hinchman has returned to Washington from Grove Hill, Aia., ana lias opened ner apart ment In the Roydcn for tho season. Mrs. Caldcron Carlisle has her son, J. Mandevllle Carlisle with her at her cottage at Hot Springs for a 'few days. Mrs. Carlisle entertained at luncheon yesterday In compliment to Mrs. Ed ward A. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, who have been at the Springs for some time, taking the cure, will return to Washington next week. Their son, Cadet Alexander Mitchell, went to New York on Thurs day to stay a few days before Joining his class at the Naval Academy. -!- Canon Bratenahl, of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, officiated at the marriage o Miss Ruth Harper Pilling, daughter of Mrs. James Harper Pilling, of Washington, to Carroll Dunham, 3rd. son of Dr. and Mrs. Carroll Dunham, of Irvlngton-on-Hudson, which took place at 1:30 o'clock today at the summer home of the bride's mother at Blue Rldgo Summit, Pa. A number of Wash li. Etonians and many people from Bal timore, where the bride Is prominently connected, attended the marriage, and special trains took the guest from Baltimore to Blue Ridge Summit. A breakfast and dancing followed tho ceremony. Mrs. Dunham Is a member of one of tho oldest families in the District. Her father, the late James Harper Pilling, was a distinguished scientist and eth nologist, and she is a niece of Mrs. T. P. O'Connor, who is now in this country for the weddlns. 'Miss Georglna Todd la tho guest of Mndam Hhrlatlan Hausre. at Barton - at Lodire. Hot SDrinffs. Madame Hauge entertained at dinner for her on Tues day evening, the other guests being Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Yturbe. Eric Dahlgren, and Alex ander R. Legare. v Mrs. George T. Summerlln reached Washington on Friday and Is the guest of Dr. ahd Mrs. J. Blair Spencer for a few days. They left town for a motor trip today, but will return tomorrow morning. Church Notes Mgr. Lee. pastor of St. Matthew's Church, will have the solemnities of the feast of St. Matthew, which oc- curj today, formally observed tomor- A double celebration In observance of the eleventh anniversary of the founding of the Cosmopolitan Baptist Church and the eleventh year of the pastorate of the Rev. Simon P. W. Drew, will be held tomorrow when the opening of the revival which will last until October 21, will be held. The Rev. Dr. Joseph T. Kelly, pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, will preach at the 11 o'clock service tomorrow. In the evening at 7:30, H. W. Kline, superintendent of the Gospel Mission, assisted by H. B. Gor don, will give a stereoptlcon lecture on "Good Fruit from Stony Ground." MIbs Christine Church will sing. The lecture will be held in the church an nex. The rally day committee of the Fourth Presbyterian Church Sunday School met Thursday and completed plans for Rally Day, October 10. The rally will not be confined to the Bun day School, but home coming will be celebrated at the morn'.ng church ser vice, with a special sermon by the pas tor. The evening service will be a pop ular service under auspices of the young men of the church. The Boy Scouts from Troop 45 met at the Fourth Presbyterian Church Fri day evening''1 and received assignments from Scout Master Edson for their work during G. A. R. encampment week. I Samuel H. Wardoll, violinist, has been secured to dlroct the Fourth Presbyter ian Church Sunday School. At Cf;ntnnlal Rnotlst Church onr row evening at 8:15 the Rev. E. Hez '"V"'1", hv.? asr h.I.sJEcrn,on "?h.aU Druth?'" -", --:- -"ui-r . At Calvary M. E. Churclv Columbia road, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets northwo-t, tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock, will be held a grand rally of the men's class. Ther" wt'i b in - clal service In relation to the Grand Army encampment, and the Rev. A. 8. Mobray will deliver an address. Thc last meeting, under the auspices of tho V. M. C. A. gospel team, will be held tomorrow night "t 8 o'clock at Fort Mver Hllthta Chanel. Homer J. Councilor will deliver an address. Tho last open-air meeting at Lincoln Park, held under the auspices of the. Y. M. C. A. and twenty-seven churches In the vicinity of tho park, will be held tomorrow at 4 o'clock. Howard A. Bonkp, secretary to the 8ftnry of tho Navy, will deliver an address. Chaplain Nave to Speak At Foundry M.E. Church At Foundry M. E. Church tomorrow mornlner. the Rev. W. R. Wederanoon will preach on "The Great Avowal." Inl the evening the pulpit will be occu pied by the Rev. Orvllle J. Nave, chap lain (major) U. S. A., retired, chaplaln-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Re public. Chnplaln Nave Is also president of tho association tor the promotion of religious welfare of soldiers and, sailors. Dr. Wilfley to Preach Sermoii,on "Ourfcountry" At the Vermont Avenue Christian Church tomorrow morning the Rev. Earle Wilfley will preach on "6ur Country: a Memory and a Vision." His nddress will be of especial Interest to G. A. R. visitors. About twenty years ago Dr. Wilfley was invited to address a G. A. R. post, and It was reported at the time that he was the first son of a Confederate officer to speak before a body of Federal veterans. THE WASHINGTON" METHODISTS AIDING RETIRED MINISTERS Movement Is on to Provide Church at Large Withal 5,- 000,000 for Obligations. ' The Methodist Episcopal Church Is engaged In a campaign to recognize and provide for "the retired minister, hU widow, and. his dependent chil dren." These words are the concrete embodiment of the purpose of the church, uttered through Its repre sentative members and the great as semblies to which at times are In trusted the treament of Its best in terests.. The general conference of 1908 and 1912 grave the church the word. At the convention held In In dlanapolin in 1918, 8,000 laymen de clared the claim of the retired min ister to be "the supreme claim" on the church. Conventions of preachers and lay men at Washington in 1914 and Chi cago in 1916, have Iterated and re iterated the rightful claim of the "re tired minister." The whole church In its legislation and preachment takes its stand upon the basis of Justice and right to tho man whose service to the church has been rendered. His claim Is at least equal to that of a bishop, district superintendent, or pastor. The support now given a "retired minister" of the Baltimore annual conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, Is $11 for each year of his service: his widow, one-half of this. The 1300,000 raised and Invested will secure to mm io per year xor eacn year of service rendered by him, and $7.50-4o his widow on the same basis. The great core of the movement in the Methodist Episcopal Church is to recognize and provide for the comfort able support of "the retired minister, his widow and dependent children." Not to bestow a gratuity upon them, not to grant a favor, but to 'make real the right which the church declares to be a sacred obligation. Tho purpose Cf the movement Is to provide in the church at large $16,000,000, and In the Baltimore annual conference $300,000 In tho per formance of an obligation imposed upon It when it set the minister apart for the work or Ood. The cnurcn means to give him, as well as all other claim ants, "one hundred cents on the dol lar." This great movement opens In the territory of the Baltimore annual con ference October 10, and continues there in the two weeks following. Bishop Earl Cranston. D. D., the Rev. J. B. Hinge ley, D. D., corresponding secretary of the board of conferenco claimants.; the Tlntrlet superintendents, the RevsEdw, Hayes, D. L., J. St. Clair weal, u. u.. W- W. Barnes, p. D.. George C. Bacon. D. D.. and W. U McDowell. D. D.. tho nv v.. T. W.atunn.D. D.. the Rev. J. V Helsse, D. D.. and tho Rev. C. Herbert Richardson, D. D, ; endowment-secretary and others of the ministry and laity will speak on the subject Conventions will be held inBaltlmore, Washington, Frederick. Hagerstown. Martlnsburg, Cumberland, b rostburg, and Keyser, and assemblies at other places In the conference territory. Twenty Years Pastor At. Temple Memorial At Gunton Temple Memorial Presby terian Church. Fourteenth and R streets northwest, next Friday evening, will be observed the llfth anlversary of the pastorate of the Rev. E. Everest Granger. Special services will also be held, morning and evening of October 3. This will also mark the twentieth anni versary of Dr. Granger's ordination and the twentieth anniversary of the marriage of the , pastor and Mrs. Granger. Rally day for nil branches of the church will be hold Sunday, Oc tober 10. ... ., Communion will be observed at tbo morning service tomorrow. Evening services -will not be held until October. Gospel Meetings in Tent to Be Continued In order to continue the meetings for ten or more days arrangements have been completed for heating tho big gospel tent at Eleventh and S streets southeast. Tomorrow night Evangelist I. H. Evans, president of the North American Division Conference of Sev enth Day Adventlsts. will speak on tho subject "Does It Pay to Serve God?" Mr. Evans was at one time In charge of the denominational work in China. Monday night Elder A. G. Danlells, president of tho General World Confer ence, will discourse on "Conditions in the Far East," using stereoptlcon views. He -recently returned from a visit to India, China, Japan, and the Philippines, passing through experiences of thrilling Interest. Patriotic song ser vice at 7:30 o'clock In charge of Will Cool. Dr. Charles Wood to Hold Tome School Services The Rev. Dr- Charles Wood, pastor the Church of tho Covenant. will conduct the service of the new j,chooi year at tne Tomo School for I Boys nt Port Deposit, Md., tomorrow. Among the students this year are the following from Washington: Paul Micou, son of Mr urjd Mrs. Benjamin , Micou; Lee Hardesty, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hardesty: William Henry PIclcford, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 1 Plckford, and Robert L. Browning, son of William K. Browning. The I school begins its formal work Wedne&- day evening with an enrollment that Includes boys from nearly every State In the Union. Dr. Thomas Btockham 1 Manor, mo ncuumasier, expects ipjs year to be tho best In the history of tne school Doc for Panrlf ir Droorh . rrt&lUi IttllUI IU tTCdCIl On the Way to Honor At Grace Reformed Church, Fifteenth and O streets northwest, the Rev. Henry H. Ranck, will preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning oni "Humil ity, the Way to Honor." In the even ing the subject of hla sermon will be "Gen. U. S. 'Grant. Gentleman." On the following Sunday evening he will have the companion Bermon on "Gen. Robert E. Lee, Gentleman." Safety First Indigestion, constipation, biliousness and many ailments of the digestive organs are often the source of serious illness. At the first sign of disordered conditions take the reliable family remedy that is always dependable BEECHAM'S PILLS Largeat Sal of Any Medicia. lathe WorW. SU varywkere. U kozea. 10c, 21c TIMES: SATURDAY: West Washington Church Has Special Program . , Services which are expected to be especially attractive have beeln ar ranged 'for tomorrow 'by "the Rev. Dr. B. D. Gaw, pastor of, the West Wash ington Baptist Church, Thtrty-flrat and N streets northwest. In the. Bible school rally dav will be' observed 'r appropriate services, when classes in all grades will be promoted and diplomas awarded, G. F. Kubank. superintendent of .the school, - will preside over the exercises, and an address will be made by tho pastor. , At the morning and evening services of the church the day will be observed as "Home-Coming Day," and It Is ex pected that each member of the church and many former members who are liv ing In other sections of the city will be In attendance. There will be special musical features under direction of Miss Netta Craig. The subject of the morning sermon will be "A .Cheap Re ligion," and in the evening he will discuss the question, "What Is the Matter With the Church." At the even ing service .the stereoptlcon will bo used." Admit Two Members. J. Ai Donnelly and Valentine M. John con were admitted to membership In the United Spanish War eterans' at a meeting of Admiral George Dewey Camp, 'No. 7, last night. Commander Heritage, of Harden Camp, was present. Heed the Gall of the Church Tho Church is an institution which haa survive the passage of the ages. It is founded orTthe best and most unselfish of principles. Our earliest influences for good have been .directed by the Church. It is a powerful influence' for good in every community. It needs YOU! You need the Church I Heed its call! CHURCH NOTICES Episcopal. GRAND ARMY" MEMORIAL SERVICE at the Peace Cross. Mt. 81. Alban. Corner Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenuei SUNDAY, SEPT. S. AT 4:00 P. M. Hpeclal Preacher. Rt. Rev. Tho. F. Davlee. D. D., ntihop of Western Maaaachusttta. Huato by Cathedral Choir, eupported by a ectlon of the Marine Band. Take Tenleyton and Rockville Cars. Jitney Iluaes connect with Chevy Chase cars at Cathedral and Connecticut Avenue. In caie of rain eervlce will be In Hethlehem Chapel. The public ! Invited. Methodist Episcopal. Metropolitan Corner of John Manhall place and C Ptreet N. W., JAMES BHERA MONTOOMEItt. Mln leter. Sunday School at :D0 with Mil, J FINNEY ENLE as Supt ; Metropolitan Bible clan at the aanie hour with THfc PAS TOR aa teacher. Public worahlp at 11 o clock with eermon by Dr. Montajomery on the subject. "80ME CHAPTERS FROM THE ROOK OF LIFE." Epworth Laue Jeo. tlonal service at :43. At 8 o'clock patriotic service will be held and pastor will deliver a lecture on 'THE BIRTH OF A NATION " Special music both morning- and avenlnic and free scats to the people. "GTsTTTITiPV glXTgaWfTH AMD J3 U U n 1Jtfc X CHURCH STREET. RV. W. R, WEDDERSPOON. D. D.. Paster. t:IO a. m. Sunday scheol. 11:00 a. m., "THE GREAT AVOWAL," 7:00 p. m.. Kpworth League service. 1:00 p. m Rev. O. J. Nave. Chaplaln-ln- chief. U. A. R. Visitors welcome. Excellent Music. Mount Vernon Place M. & Church South., CORKER tth AND MASP. AVB. N. W. Edward K. Hardin, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Services 11 a. m.. Rev. C. D. Harris, of Baltimore. S p. m.. Rev. J. I,. Klbler. . flAMLINE N,nthNorn,dhwPea?.,rMU REV. LUCIUS C. CLARK. V. D Paste. :J0 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m.-"DIVINE COMFORT." 7:00 p. m. nowortn League service. :00 p. m.-WELCOME TO O. A. R. All sittings free. Tou will be welcome. GREAT FALLS RALLY of the Dumbarton Chapter. Epworth League. Rev. Harry T. Franee, D. D.. will make the address. Two choirs, 100 voices, will render special music. Eery effort will be made to make strangers ferl at home Everybody welcome. WATTH.W d A sta. N. B. Rev. T. WAUUn, h. McCOY. D. D.. paster. Sunday school, J:I0 'a. m. 11 a. m. "The Profit of Prayer." 7:30 p. m. "The Chaplain of the G. A. R." Congregational FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 10th AND G STS. N. W. Rev. Robert W Coe. Assistant Pastor. 11:00 a. m.. public worship, sermon by Mr. Coe, "8TRENGTH IN WEAKNESS." Music by quartette and chorus choir 9:45 a. m. Sun day school, 7:00 p. m Y. P. S. C E. 8:00 p. m organ recital. Christian NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN. JTH AND D STREETS N. H. REV. GEO. A. MILLER. PASTOR. Preachlne 11 a, m.. 7:45 n. m. Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. VERMONT AVE. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Vermont Avenue North of. N Street Her. EARLE WILFLET, LL. D.. Pastor. Sunday School. VJO a. m. Servlcee at 11. sermon. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Eve ning Service. . Christian Science Fint Church of Christ, Scientist, COLCKBIA ROAD AD sTOCLTD ITBJntT. Services: Sunday, 11 nt. and S p.m. SubJect-"REALITV." undav sehoel. 11 a. m. Wednesday even. iMSeetlns PuWo cordial y In. ttfear iuadlng Son. and lean library. iJl Calarado Building. gscond Church of Christ, Scientist. rrmBUNTH and r it n. w. Services: Sundar. 11 a. m. and 9. m. BubJact-"RBALITT." uBdar school, U a. m. WadnasdSy avea. lag meeting. I P. " . ., FbMIo cordially Invited. 5dlig rcsa aa uS "hiSi? tot Colorado Building. Salvation Army SALVATION ARMV. 930 Pa. nve. N. W. Leader for Sunday. Adj. W. Heest. Hneaker Evangelist James IJelt. Leader?Tuesday. Capt. J. O'Rlerne. of Alex- andrla. Leader Wednesday, Adj. C. Lovett. Leadefs Bat. ndBunjBrt gadler at,d Mrs. Spiritualism era and mediums. Watch th. dates and at- RPIRITUALIST REVIVAL, Pythian Temple, KthitS. W.. Sunday. October 3 ju deN- sn'AanVe ""liT HrMdVlft v. v.. win oiiicmie md ipeaH SEPTEMBER 25, 1915. ' Patriotic Address at Church of Presidents In the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church tomorrow, commonly known as the "Church of tlie Presidents," be cause 'of the number of , Presidents twho have worshiped there, the services will be In recognition of the O. A, R. en campment .Instead of a sermon a patriotic ad dress will bo 'made by Cot. Joseph E. Ewell, one of the representative men of the G. A. 'R., and an elder of the First Presbyterian Church, of Buffalo. The music will be patriotic. The "Lincoln Pew" will be appropriately decorated, and Allen's popular poem on "The Lincoln Pew" will be printed In the chtfrch bulletin for general distribu tion. "Birth of a Nation" To Be Told to G. A. R. The Rev. Dr. James Bhera Montgom ery, of tho Metropolitan Memorial M. E. f Church, will conclude his scries of ser mons based on vacation observations to morrow morning when he will preach on "Some Chapters From the Book of Life." In the evening at 8 o'clock patriotic services, especially arranged fop the visiting G. A. R. members will be held, and Dr. Montgomery will give his newest lecture on "The Birth of a Nation." CHURCH NOTICES THE BIG TENT Eleventh and C Sts. S. E. Subject Sunday, at 8 p. m., "DOES IT PAY TO SERVE GOD?" By Evangelist I. II. EVANS, president North American Division Conference. Monday, 8 p. m., "CONDITIONS IN THE FAR EAST." By Evangelist A. G. Danlells, lately returned from an extended trip to the Far Kant. Special song service at 7:30 o'clock. Tent Comfortably Heated. Presbyteriaa CHURCH OF THE COVENANT, Conn. Ave.. 16th and N Sta. CIIARL.ES WOOD. Minister. HAROLJJ C. WAI1I1EN, Minister's Assistant. HARRY HAREMOHK ANGUS. Minister-In-Charge of Peck Chanel. 11 a. m.. Morning Service. Sermon by the Minister's Assistant. Subject, The Right to Iloest." 12:15 p. m., Christian Endeavor Meeting. p. m. Evening service In the Covenant Tent. Lamont St.. near Kth. Sermon by the Minister's Assistant. Subject, "The Cross of Christ. Victorious In Defeat." CUNTON-TEMPLE MEMORIAL 14TH AND R. C. Everest Granger, D. D.. Pastor. Com munion service, 11 a. m. B. 8., 9:30 a. m Prayer meeting. 8 p. m.. Thursday. Welcome. Central Presbyterian Church (Southern Assembly.) Sixteenth and Irving Sta. N. W. Jamea II. Taylor, pastor. Preaching by the paetor at 11 a. m. and t p. m. Sunday Khool. 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Prayer service. Thurs- day, i p. m. Fourth Presbyterian Church 13th and Fairmont Streets Rev. Dr. Joseph T. Kelly, pastor, will preach in the morning. Stereoptlcon lecture at 7 :30 p. m. in annex building. "Good Fruit From' Stony Ground," by H. W. Kline and H. D. Gordon. Soloist, Miss Christine Church. Organist, Miss Dill. ' Cordial welcome. Baptist. Fifth , Fanny Crosby Service At night, when only her hymns will be aung and a sketch of her life given by Pas tor Rrlggs. Morning subject, "Jesus' Habits of Praer." S. 8., 9:30. B. T. P. U :. All welcome. E. Uez Swem answers: "Shall We Know Our Loved Ones After Death?" P. M. Swem's Sonus. Preaching 11 A. M. Centen nial Bapt. Oh., 7th & Eye n. c. WEST WASHINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH, 31st AND X STS. N. W. REV. B. D. CJAW. D. D.. Pastor. 9:45 a. m.. Rally Day In Bible School. 11 a. m. and 7 146 p. m., "Home Coming Day" for every chuich member. Morning subject, "A Cheap Religion." Evening subject. "What Is the Matter With the Church?" Illustrated song service. GRACE BAPTIST &,- - son. 11 "The Great Mystery." 7:45. "ills Last Night On Earth." SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, 4TH AND VA. AVB 8. B. REV.' HOWARD I. STEWART, Pastor. 11 a. m. "The Failures of Jesus," and 8, "The Man Without A Pull." All welcome. Lutheran Columbia HeigiitenodcS J- M- C. H. BUTLER. Pastor. At II. "Men" That Havo Hazarded Their I.Ives." School, J:45 Strangers cordially Invited. Reformed i r.Prp 15TH AND O STB. N. W. urtttlC jiENRy . RANCK. Paator. 11 a. m.. "Humility." 8 p. m.. "Gen. U. B. Grant." SunJay school. :0 a. m. Undenominational ASSEMBLY HALL corner 14th at. and Pa. ave. S. E. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Special Gospel address by Mr. Geo. H. Mc Candless. of Philadelphia. Pa., at 7:45 d. m. All Invited. Rescue Mission GOSPEL MISSION 314-216 John Marshall place (4H at. nw.) II. W. Kline, Supt. Services everv night In the year. NOON DAY PRAYEn MEETINGS dally from 1! to 1 o'clock. Bible school Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m. Woman's eongellatlc service, 3 to 4:30 p. m. Sundays. OPEN AIR sen Ices, 9th and K sis. nw., 4:30 to 6 i. m., und 4Vfc and Pa ave,, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays. Good singing, cheery music. Inspiring testimonies. Every body welcome. The mission conducts a res taurant and has furnished roomn a. A. R. visitors can find accommodations here very reasonable. CENTRAL UNION MISSION. 621 La. are N. W. Services: Week days, 13 noon and 7:4 p. m. Sundays. 9:30 a. m 3 and I p. m. Sunday, Sept 24. Gospel Wagon services at 4:30 p. m at 22nd and K sts. N. W Mr Homer Edson, speaker, and at 1:30 p. m at 7th and !. iv. ; . Rev. C. C. Mc- Lean, speaker. Everybody welcome! Hold Patriotic Services In Honor of the G. A. R. i u Patriotic services In honor of tho Grand Army of the Republic will be held 'In ' Shlloh Baptist ' Church .("Strangers'- Home") at 11 'pjclock to morrow. The pastor, 'the Rev. Drv J. Milton Waldron, will preach Ja special ermon on ".The Christian Soldier," The choir, - under "direction of Trof.. Harris, wilt render , appropriate music including extra solos and choruses. The house will be decorated with flags, plants and cut flowers and ev erything will-be done to make the Doya In Blue realise that the rnBtor, mem bers and friends of Hhiloh appreciate the heroic deeds of themselves and com rades in saving the Union and abolish ing of slavery In this country. All mem bers of tho . O. A. R., Women's. Relief Corps, affiliating organizations, and soldiers and sailors will be welcomed. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. NWETT.FIFTH THAR, Day and tte Afternoon Sessions. OPENS SEPTEMBER 29, 1918. COLTTMB1AN COLLEGE. A. B B. A. In Chem., and Med. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, B. B. In Arch., C. E., E. K.. ,and M. E. TEACHERS COLLEGE. A. B. and Teacher's Diploma. Office: 2023 6 Street. SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES. A. it., 6. M., C. 13.. E. E.. M. 231., Ph. D. MEDICAL SCHOOL. M. D. DENTAL RCHOOL D. D. 8. OBcea: 1325' H Street. LAW SCHOOL, LL. B.. LL. M M. P. L. Oflee: New Masonic Temple. ASSOCIATED COLLEGES: NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. Phar. D. 808 I Street. COLLEGE OF VETERINART MEDICINE. D. V. M. 2113 14th Street. Genera) Office: 2023 G Street. George Washington University Law School Begins fist year, 4:M p. m., September 19, Member of Association of American J-aw ehools, ensuring atrtct standards for en trance, and course, a select student body and maximum credit from law schools throughout the United States for work done. "Case Method" used; Instruction by pro fessional teachers at.d lawyers In active practice. Twenty-two ajmdsiatea verote the Inat D. C. Bnr Examination, and every one pnakrtl, while 40 per cent of other candidate failed. Poreneon course, 9 to 11, or afternoon, 4:S- 4:39. Optional claases. 7:50-1.40 a. m. Secretary. Masonic Temple, Phone M. 4S44). Sidwells' Friends School 1811 Eye Street For Doya and Gtrla SSd Year Beirlna September 27 Thoa. W. Sldwell. A. M Principal. QTD A Vro'C business OlKAlCK J COLLEGE Old Masonic Temple, Itth and P .Street Wnfthlnaton'a Leading nnalneaa School Thorough courses, Day and Night, In Short hand (Pitman or Gregg), Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Accounting, English. Civil Sen-Ice, Sixteen experienced teachers. Over 100 new typewriters. Graduate assisted to good positions. Reserve desk and locker now. Write, call or phone Main 3430 for catalogue. ACCOUNTANCY. Employed men may better prepare fot- bustness without Interference with regu lar duties. Previous knowledge of book keeping not required, COURSES OFFERED 1. Fundamentals of Accountancy. t Shorter Courne In Accountancy. I. Business Administration. I. Professional C. P. A. Course. 6. Cost Accounting. . Law for BuMness Men. Call or write for free 86-page bulletin. T. W. WALTON. Director. Washington Schodl of Accountancy, Y. M. C. A.. 1736 a at N. "W. w ASMNGT0N BUSINESS AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 1317 New York Avenue Northwest. THE PEARSON SCHOOL G at Twentieth Street Eventmr Classes. Preparatory Training For College and All Army nnil Navy Examinations. ElEhth Tear Begins October 4. 1915. For Catalog Apply To H. C. JENNESS, A. &, Master. Phone AVeat .Tl WOOD'S SCHOOL SIX E. Cay. St, AH commercial hrnnrh,. 31nt VMr. Six Months Evening Sessions. K'5, PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS. Pupils coached In urade studies by experi enced teacher. Phone West 17C6W. 1 1417 G St. N. W. eteaoicraphy, Typewriting, Knsllss). Civil Kervlce l'hnae Main 320S. DRAFTING Specialize With Specialists , Columbia School of Drafting, McLachlen Bldg., 10th & G Sts. FAIRMONT Home and Day School For Girls Seventeenth year begins Wednesday October the sixth Regular and Special Courses Music. Art. Expression PRKHA RATION for college entrance and ether examinations. U.S. TILTON. 1741 CLurcb. st. N. W. Pbooe North 14. Tt' Lime Starvation Causes Tuberculosis la the Mrdlnil Record (New Yorlo of December IN. in 00, Dr. John V. Russell aaym "The condition which la recognlr.ed nn, preceding. the active' development of tuberculosis In the, adult, mar,' he considered aa, dae to) lime Ntarvatlon. , Anionic Inorganic unbalance lime salt appear to bo ot special Philological Importance, but If the salts are not In organic combination. It In difficult to tissue j thnt the cells can appropriate them lor 10011.7 Years of"' widespread use confirm our be lief that the success of Eckman'e Alterative In tuberculosis Is due largely to Its content of lime. In such combination with other val uable Ingredients aa to' be easily appropriated by the cells. Doubtless this has had much to do with tho results In many case which appear to have yielded to It. As It contains no opiate. , narcotics or habit-forming drugs, It 1 rate to try. ICckman Laboratory, Philadelphia. Sold by O'Donnell'a Drajr Htores and lendlnar drna-Klatn. Advt. Emerson Institute Established USz. Affiliated With the Leading Unlversttlea Classes Now Organizing. Six distinct department oner itxm follewla courses : COLLEGE DKPABTMFKT-Praparaa for all colleges and urofeuldnal achooia. OOVEHKM&KT ACAUEUIKS-l'reparsa for, West Point. Annapolis, Coast Guard. U. B. SERV.s Prtpnrea for CoumltslMsS In Army, r, , . --r)Me Corps. DIPLOMACY-1 alhps rr the U. S. Dlpls- lomatlc and Consular Service. LATIN AMERICAN DKPARTMENT-Pi. pares for business and proiessiona, J.lr la Latin America. PATENT OIT1CE Prepares fo Assistant Examiner in U. S. Patent Offle. New Buildings, new lighting and heatlaa plants. Increased laboratory and library fa :llltlea. Insure the comfort of the student and effer opportunities, In a manner adequate and thoroughly modern. For catalogues address) WSNSLOW H. RANDOLPH, A.NUUS McD. CKAWFOH1), Principal 1T40 p at. N. W.. Washington. D. c. GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY The Law School Senalon of 1015-1010 beirlna Monday, October 4th 101R, at 6iS0 p. bo. Secretary's office open flail;- from S a. m. to 6 p. m. for registration undj consultation. HUGH J. FEGAN, Secretary. Georgetown Law School building. th and E at, n.w. Telephone M. 7203. The Medical and Dental School Sessions of 1315-1916 begin .September 27. L"15. For further ..information apply to th Rci'.ietrar, 9M H Street. N. W. VOICE CULTURE SINGINO. ELOCUTION. Deep breathing. Physical culture. Voice placing. Distinct enunciation. Bight singing. Dramatic art. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes 143 llih St. N. O. Phone Line. 173). TUESDATS AND FRIDAYS. 2314 ISth St N. W. 7th Year Open Oct. 1. 8:30 p. M. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (Evening Sessions Exclusively). Standard courses, leading to Utater end Bachelor of Law. degrees ot The andertnradante roarne may be completed and the degree of Bachelor ( Lane secured tf end of second year. For catalogue, application blacks, Ve., ad dress the Deaii, at the Administration Offloe. Southern Bulldins. Phone Main 6417 or after EepL lu at National Law School Buildlas. IH-S18 13th at. N. W. THE VIAUD SCHOOL PRIVATE TUITION - English Branches, Mathematics, Latin, French. Spanish. 2029 Hlllyer place N. W. Tel. North 1733. Washington College of Law FOR MEN AND WOMEIf. Twentieth year opens Oct. 1. 7 p. Ss. Three years' course. LL. B, One year post eraduate, LU M. Special course: Interstate and Forelsn Com. merce and Federal Trade Commission Law. Sessions at either 4:50 or 6:30 p. m. Tuition, ! per annum. For Information or catulorua apply to the Dean. Office hours: 10 to 6:30. 1317 New York Avenue Phene Main 4536. Miss M. R. Heuter's SCHOOL Shorthand (Pitman) and typewriting (touch). Speed dictation, civil service; Individual In struction. Phone Col. 2418. 1426 Perry pi. N. W. J. H. BEUTER. Principal. SfT ALBANY The National Cathedral School FOR BOYS Reopenn September 21st. 1913. Preparations for College, Business, West Point, and Annapolis. Bishop of Washington President ol Board of Trustees. For Information and catalogue address William H. Churth. llendrnaster. P aul Institute Hanrjtnglon nttttnry Mri. Nudii B. ruL II 2107 txrt tf. PHONE N. 220. , French-English. ' Boarding and Day School for Girls. Kindergarten and Primary Department for both girls and bo. Miss Lucile Moore Teacher of Piano and Harmony Pupil of Llebllnit. court pianist Munich, end Buonamlc Florence. 1117 East Capital at. Phone Lincoln 10CJ-W. r