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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,' 1916.
K AND GOSSIP OF CAPITAL SOCIETY i " Items of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and ,' Fashionable Folk. The Secretary of the Kavy and IIr, Josephua Danleln will be entertained nt mnner mis evening ny mo aseiaipiu, Eecrqtary of the Ulterior nnd Mrs. Bo Sweeney at their residence In Columbia rood. Thero will be fourteen uucnt8. Secretary of Stntc nnd Mrs. Robert lapsing wero to have been the i;ucst3 of honor at a dinner with Assistant Secretary or the Interior nnd Mrs. A. A."bnes as-liosts tonight, but tho party has teen postponed Indefinitely lujcnnso of Mr; Jones' absence from the city. He was scr.t to New Mexico about terf days new on Important official business. He will return to Washington on Thurs day. -- Mine. Jose V, Hodoy, wife of tho Mex ican' minister to Cuba, will entertain at a reception this afterno on at her home, 1715 Q street. In compliment to her son arid' daughter-in-law, JVTr. and Mrs. Francisco Godoy, whose murrtaco took place In Cuba In December. Asslstln? Ttfme.Godoy will bo her sis ter. Mnic.Xanz.v, of Paris: Mme. Su nreJi Mujlca, wife of tho Chilian nm hassador; Mmc. Calderon, wife of tho Bolivian minister: Mrs. Reed Hunt, Mls Calderon. Miss Morales. Hiss Ou tro, Mly Katherlno Hill. Misa Hannah Taylor, Miss Carbc, Miss Corral, o'f Wilmington., daughter of a former Vico President of Mexlcc. and her aunt. Miss Estolente. also of Wilmington. During the afternoon Jorge Godoy will recito several original poems in both Spanish and KnglUh. Krnest IJohm, choirmaster of Holy lrl.ilty Church, will accompany him on tho piano. Mr. and Mifi. Francisco Godoy, Mr. and Mrs. Taury, Miss Corral, and Miss Kstnlante ore all house guest of Mine., Godoy. The Vico President and Mrs. Marshall Imvo sent out invitations for a recep tion, with dancing, at the Wlllurd on Monday evening, February 21, at half after 9 o'clock. They will be. hosts at u similar reception on Monday evening, February 28. Major General and Mrs. George Bur nett were the guests at dinner last evening of Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne Tower, in Philadelphia. Mr. and JVlrs. Tower entertained for them before tho midwinter ball, which snares honors with the Benedicks' ball as one of ilio smartest and most exclusive functions of tho Quaker City's social season. The ball was held in Horticultural Hall. The hostesses were Mrs. Alexander Van Rensselaer. Mrs. Robert L. Mont gomery, Mrs. J. Kcarsley Mitchell, 3d, nnd Mrs. Edward Lowbcr Welsh. The patronesses were taken In to supper by Thomas De Witt Cuyler. Dr. Charles Bingham Penrose, Ernest Law, and V. Flunkott Stewart. Among the other guests from Wash ington wero S. X. Conatantlnldl, G. Bond Cochran, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Iiittaucr. A Mr. and Mrs. William Llttauer will be among the dinner hosts of tho even lug. A Mrs. Harold Godwin was hostess at a dove party last night, when her guests Included Mrs. William H. Waggaman, Miss Bessie Hoover, Miss Louise Wash ington, Miss Mary Radford, and Mrs. .tfowdoln Cralghill. Mrs. Swagar Sherley, wife of Con gressman Shcrley, Is entertaining at bridge this afternoon In compliment to Mrs. Frank Hartwcll, of Louisville, Ky., a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McChord. Justice and Mft. Willis Van Devanter Will bo hosts at a dinner tonight In com pliment to Chief Justice and Mrs. Ed ward Douglas White. The Ambassador from Chile and Mmc. SuarcE-Mujtca will be tho honor guests at tho dinner which the Assist ant Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. An,drew Peters will give this evening. Mrs. R. D. Shepard Is entertaining a box party this afternoon at the Bclasco Theater, In compliment to Mrs. Relly iordOn. of Now York, who Is tho house guest of Mrs. Claude A. Swanson. Other guests were Mrs. Archibald Grade, Mrs. Swanson. Mr. Wllmer Latimer, and Mrs, Rowland Ringgold, of West Vir ginia. ' Mr. and Mrs. Shepard will leave for Boston on Wednesday to put on a Shakespearean estiva). Later they wll) occupy the Biddle cottago at Berkeley Springs for the spring and early sum mer. Mrs. Shepard will not be at homo tomorrow. -- Miss Jessie Herrlott will be seen In a dance recital at the Colonial School for Girls. 1529 Eighteenth street, on Wed nesday afternoon, February 16, at 4:30 o clock. 4 , Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Washburn, of Louisville. Ky., are also spending some time at the Shoreham. Mrs. Ashton G. C'lanhnm toIII tin h at home tomorrow afternoon, but will ,v--,u wio iciiiiiuiiiiK ounuays in i'eD ruary after o'clock. -.; The Crittenton branch of the Sunshine and Community Society will entertain nt a reception at the Wyoming on Fri day afternoon, February 11, from 4 to 6 o'clock. Mrs. Walter H. Howard, presi dent, and other prominent women will receive, and a program of music and speaking will precede the tea. Richard Flournoy has returned to Washington after an absence of over three months in Europe. Mrs. Henry Clifford Stuart will enter tain nt a tea on Friday evening. Febru ary 11. from 4 to 7 o'clock, at 2619 Wood ley place. .;- Mr. nnd Mrs. barton E. Lester have nt out cards announcing t"o marriage of their daughter. Miss ' Wharton Lestor, and Jehll R. Buchanan nn Sat urday, tho lBtn of January, In this city. A charity card party will tak place Monday afternoon. February 14, ,it C"C0 o'clock at the Cochran 1otel, under tho auspices of-the larlicld Hospital Guild. Eames MncVeagh Issjopplnir with his rarentH, Mr. nnd Mrs. Franklin Mac Veagh. ! Mrs. Andrew Morcland. of Pittsburgh, Is visiting her sister. Mlsa Cullle Doyle, Prince Eric of Denmark was the principal cuest at a luncheon which Axel C. V. Wiekford gave yetfterday In the main dlnlr.c room of the Rltz Carleton, in New York city. TJaron Ungern Sternberg, second rec itary of the Russian rn'bissv, went to New York yesterday wh-re he will be at the Plaza for several dayt. Mr. and Mrf rtlst Bhilr reached Mi ami. Fla.. vienlev ar.d aie stopping at the Rojal Palm Hotel. Miss Carolina BUnn. of Brooklyn, ar ia Washington ycaieiuay ior a, i week's visit to the Secretary of Com- merce ana Mrs. William C. IlenTell. The ladleV board orGeonretown Unl I verity HoSplU? win hold 'their annual henent at the New National Theater on Mnmi.v Avhinn. iM,r,,nf, ?i. whr-n tlio i .performance will be MIm Margaret Anglln In her new comedy success, "Beverly's Balance." airs. Charles A. Chase, of Blltrnore street, has charge of the salo of tickets. Tho freshman prom .of the George Washington Unlversltv was held at tho Raleigh last night, and was one of the prettiest dances of the winter. The ballroom on tho top floor of tho hole, waa decorated with palms and Southern, smllax. and u buffet supper wii served at midnight. The gupsts were received bv the deans or the colleges. Dr. W. A. Wilbur. Dr.' Hdward U Hodgklns, Dr. William Cllne Borden. Dr. Krascr, Dr. Buckingham, Dr. Tyssowskl. nnd Dr. Walton, and Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. Borden. Mrs. Fraser. Mrs. Buckingham. Bra. Ty.i.ownkt and Mrs. Walton. i no floor committee was composed of the freshman class presidents, nn fol lows: Columbian 'College. Robert Golden Carter: College of Engineering, Harold Harrison Dutton: medical school, Joseph ICrolsclman: dental school. Henry Clay Lowcry: law school (evening class), Thomas R Manning; law school (day class), Cassius M. Dow cll: prcmcdlcal class, George Vail Mln lck; National College of Pharmacy, Stevens Hughes, and eol'.ego of vcteil nary medicine. Frederick II. Curtis. f Senator and Mrs. Jahies W. Wads worth. Jr., entertained Informally at dinner last night. Former Minister to Spain nnd Mrs. William Miller Collier, of Auburn. N. V will arrive In Washington Sunday, and win do at me wiiiard. where they have taken an apartment for the rest of tho season. Mr. Collier will be a delegate to the forthcoming meeting of tho national chamber of commerce, and will be a special lecturer while hero on diplomacy and the Intercourse of States at the George Washington University. Henry van Dyke, minister to The Hague, also arrived at the New Wlllard yesterday. Mrs. John B. Henderson Vntortalned at dinner last night, having as her guest the Cuban Minister and Ma dame de Ccapt.de. the Chinese Min ister nnd Mrs. Wellington ICoo, the Siamese Minister mid Lady Prabha Karavungso, Senator and Mis. .1. Hamilton Lewis, Senator Henry F. Hollls. Mrs. Thomas K. Bayard. Mr. and Airs. Cary Rumsey Mr and Mrs Medlll McCormlck. .Mr. Thomas F. Wnlsh, Mrs. James McDonald, Mrs. James Carroll Frazer. Mrs. Barbour, of New York, Mm. Natalie Berry Boyn- iiin fia Inhn rr-AkMnlA ."!..... t?......!. lln MacVeairh. Eumm MirVrnrh. .Mr. Vouros, LleJt. Gen. Nelson Miles, Rev. Stephen Van Rensselaer, and John B. Henderson. The Girl Scout mippcr-dnnce, which was iriven last night' at Rauschcr's as a contribution of Henry Lana- burgh for the benefit of that organi zation was a brilliant success. Thcie wore several hundred present be sides tho twenty-two troops of girl xeouts, who numbered over 300. Mrs. Juliette Gordon L-w, of Savannah, in., the national president of the as s elation, received, assisted by Mrs. Giles 8cott Rlffer, vice president: Mrs. Richard Walnwright. national scout commissioner, Miss Cora Neal, national secretary, and K. H. Coy, treasurer. Tho patronesses were Mrs. Robert Lansing, Mrs. Albert S. Burleson, Mrs. Franklin K. Lane. Mrs. David F. Houston, Mrs. Thomas W. Gregory, Mrs. Llndlcy 'larrlson. Mrs. William C. Redlleld, Mrs. JOsephus Daniels, Mrs. George Barnett and Mis. Stephen KIkins. During the evening Mm. Low made a flag picscntatlon to the troops. -- Dr. and Mrs. William Holland Wll mer were among thfe dinner hosts of last cvonlng. Mr. nnd Mr. Arthur Lee have cards out for a dinner on Wednesday evening, February IB. The officers and ladles of Washington Harracks have Issued Invitations for a hop at the Officers' Club on Friday eve ning, February 11. - Mr. and Mrs. William Powers Iaird. of Overbrook, Pa., have Issued invita tions for the marriage of their daugn ter, Mary Hall, to John Dashlell Myers on Wednesday." -March l, at 4 o clock, at the Memorial Church of St. Paul, Overbrook. Pa. Mr. Myers formerly was a resident of Washington. The young people will be at home after May 1 at the Avondnle,' Thlrty-nlntn and Locust streets. Philadelphia. A brilliant reception snj nviMe re cital was given last, evr-nii's bv Miss Chat lotto Oittenden Everett, principal of tho Colonial School for twirls at her home. New Hampshire uvenue. Eight eenth and C 8tieet8. Tho reception rooms nnd the great hall lr. which tho guests assemrled to hear the program wore decorated with palms and poln scttlas. Mis Everett, assisted by Miss Jessie Truman, Mrs. George Frnnklln Bowerman, and Miss Edna Jvolmunn, Rochester, N. "i.. received their friend in the drawing rr.om. whose rose colot ed decorations formed a beautiful back ground for thf handsomo. gowns worn by hostess and guests. In everv room student. were actively assisting aa llCRtPSSPS. 'Atir-r thn reeentloh the suests assem bled In the mi'sle hall. "Wlma Shnro opened the rropram .y playing tho flret movement of Beethoven's sonata. Op. II. Vo. 2. Miss Mary Isabel Hall fol lowed with a group of two songs. Mr. and Mrs. ' B. BrooksbanU, of Richmond, and thetr son nro Visiting In Wcrblngton, and are at the Shore ham, The Washlncton Section Council of Jewish Women will hold Its regular meeting Tuesday. Februarv .8. at 2:-0 r. m. in the vestrv of tho Eighth Street Tmnnii wiion n. drllclitful nrogrwu has beon arranged been arranged, 'me main sneaijrr m the afternoon will be Justice Arndell P. Stafford. Mrs. A. C. Maver will dis cus current topics Miss Fttn Schm'dt will furnl'Si the musical program, and a social hour will conclude the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clifford, of Oak land. Va.. have come up to Washington for a few days, and are at the Shore ham Hotel. i $ The board of manaeers of the Episco pal Eve. Ear. and Throat Hospital ask thn nonnlp of Washington to help make their -bazaar a creat success bv their presence at the Raleleh Hotel March 1 nnd 2 from A to 10 o'clock. There will be many new and Interesting fentures this vear In addition to the usual tables of nttr-"Uv fancv work, home-made rnltrs. candles, anrons. flowers, and gen eral utility articles. There will also bo tho parcel postofflce, with Its many sur nrlsinr naekaees. A tea dance will at tract the dancing set from 4 to 7 o'clock on both ',ivs. A delicious supper will be served each evening from 5 to S o'clock. Mrs. Howard L. Hodgklns will be at home on Saturday afternoon. February 19 and 26, at her residence, 1830 T street ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Rudd. of Phlla. delnhla. arrived In Washington yester day for the week-end. and are at the Shoreham. Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Spencer Brock. FOR ONE WEEK Tin Arcade Auditorium I4th and Park Road DANCING EVERY EVENING JljOO to llt.10 P. M. m HICS KOOD SHOtV Admission 10c of rhttntlelDhla. alio nre atoonlnir nt the Hnorelmm. ,, Mrs. Byron Thorpe- Cnrr nnd dnitfthter i"' ? rEM ' aW VZ'S pmniB oner nnd Mra., -Nl 1 H. Perry " oouwaru apnnmcnis Bishop and Mrs. Lnclen Leo Klnsolv Ing are spending some time in Washing ton, and are stopping at tho Shoreham Hotel. Mrs. Charles Russell Davis, of Min nesota, will bo .at home at the R6 chombeau on Tuesday, February 8, from 4- until 6 o'clock. She wilt be assisted by Mrs. Julius Kahn, of Cali fornia; Mrs. Frederick G. Stevens, of Minnesota, and Mrs. Randolph R. Rapley. Mrs. Robert Russell, who Is spend ing the winter In Washington, enter tained nt ten yesterday at the Shore ham In compliment to Mrs. Charles Klttorlng, of Dayton, Ohio, who Is her house guest, -.J.- The commandant and officers of the Washington Navy Yard, tho Naval Hos pital, and shins, have sent out Invita tions for a ball at the Navy Yard on Monday evening. March C. The auxiliary board of the Young Women's Christian Home will give a coring tea dance and nn afternoon of biidge at Rauscher's on Saturday after noon. March 18. .$. Miss Ruth Daniels nnd Miss Sarah Daniels will entertain at a ten, on Satur day afternoon. February 19. from 5 to 7 o'clock, at their residence. S000 (J street. Mr. and Mrs. George Pcabodv Euatls, Mrs. Lawrence Townscnu. Mr. and Mrs. Nolnnn D'Shfiuulinessv. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Brown Potter. Brig, Gen. Hora6e Porter, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen II. P, Pell were some of tho people of Interest to Washington who heard Mme. Gadskl In "The Magic Flute" nt tho-Mctroooll ton Grand Opera House In New York last night. v A Inrge gathering of society folk will witness a contest for the roll chamnlon ship of the South and tho Jusserand Grand Prize, Grand Prize, aker's rttc. SM) u. s. pat. prr. Established 1780 II II i f j , 1 ggjOtafi piljr igb ly, "J- iJsi Science Confirms the Purity of Q0cetGcC7l The Sealed Carton Protects That Purity. jTIMES WANT ADSBR1NG RESULTS G. W. U. Freshmen Attend the iProm More Than 150 Coupless Are Chaperoned By Wives or z University Deans. Many young folk attended the nnnual freshman "prom" nt George Washing ton Unlvorslfy last evening at tho Raleigh. Moro than 150 couples were there. A buffet luncheon was served during intermission. Wives of the deans of tho eight branches of tho university chaperoned the party. Presidents of tho freshmen classes in the various schools wero In charge of the affair. These wero Robert Golden Carter, Columbian College; Harold Harrison Dnlton, Collego of Englncci ing; Joseph Krelselmnn, Medical School: Henry Clay Lowery, Dental School; Thomas R. Manning, (evening class), Law School: Cassius M. Dowell (day class). Law School: George Vail Mlnick, pro-medical class; Steven Hughes, National College of Pharmacy, and Frederick H. Curtis, Collego of Veterinary Medicine. trophy thla evening at tho Washington Club. Informal dancing probably will follow luter in tne evening. : The Secretary of State and Mrs. Rob. ert Lansing will be the guosts of honor at a. dinner which Justice and Mrs. William Bailey Lnmar will give on tho evening of February 25. Th nntrnnesses for tho benefit nr. formance of "On Trial," to bo given for tho Children's Hospital on Monday night, February 14, at the National Theater are; Mrs. W. II. Brownson. Mrs. Delos A. Blodtrett. Mrs. George T. Dunlon. Mrs. Charles C. Glover. Mrs. Thomas T. Gaff, Mrs. Thomas Hyde. Madame HatiKe. Mrs. T. E. Hambleton, Mrs. Hcnncn Jennings, Mrs. James M. Johnston, Miss Panama - Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 Breakfast Cocoa The Food Drink Without a Fault Made of high-grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals; it is absolutely pure and whole some, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of the cocoa bean. The genuine hears this iraie-mary and is made only by Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. Ik lr m CHAPIN-SACKS Klbbey, Mrs. Victor Kauftmann, Mrs. James McMillan, Mrs. 15. Rollins Morse, Mrs. Armlstend Petpr, Mrs. Hugh L. Scott, Mrs. John C. Simpson. Mrs. R. M. Thompson, Mrs. Horace Wcstcott, Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Mrs. J. W. Wads worth, Jr. Those who have nlready reserved boxes nre Admiral and Mrs. W, II. Brownson, Congressman William. II. MnKlBkiv. Mr. And Mrs. Victor KaUff- I inann and Dr.. and Mrs. John Crayko Simpson. OthtfrH who win do present, nro the Countess dl Cellere, Mrs. Larz Anderson, Gen. nnd Mrs. J. P. Sanger, Dr. and Mrs. William Gorry Morgan, Admiral and Mrs. C. M. Chester, Dr. and Mrs. William Thornwall Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles J. Bell, Mrs. 8, B. Elklns, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Duss, and Mrs. Seaton Perry. Exhibition of Miniatures At Corcoran Gallery An exhibition of portrait mlnlaturw by Alvn Williams, president of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, of Kngland, opened for public view at the Corcoran Oallery of Art today. The feature of tho exhibition Is a portrait of tho young Belgian princess. Marie Jose, who sat for Mr. Williams last Oc tober In England. Washington artists and connoisseurs are Interested In the exhibition not only liecauso Mr. Williams represents the best traditions of English miniature painting, but because of the number of celebrities and well-known Washington society women represented In tho col lection. i Alumni Banquet. The nnnual banauct of tho Massa chusetts Agricultural College Alumni Club of Washington Is to be held this evening nt the New Ebbltt Hotel. Prof. Robeit W. Lyman, of the class of 1871. will preside, and the Drtnclpnl address will be made by Dr. Kcnyon L. Butter- field, president or Uio college. DORCHESTER, MASS. I You Can Get a Carton of the Velvet Kind at the Corner Store MFG. CO: (IMifoe&Kt&nd" Cream of Ice Creams Lincoln 390 I imucii Methodist Episcopal Metropolitan Corner of John Mannall Ptaca anil C at. N. W JAMB3 .HIIKltA. MONTOOUUtlY, Minlater. Ounday Bchool at ::0, with Mr. J. Finney Knule ai Hupt.: Metropolitan Bible CUM at lha same hour, the I'aator aa teach er, I'ubllc worship at 11 o'clock, with r. mon by the Mlnlater on the subject: "1IIB CUP THAT JESUH DRANK." iSpworth League Devotional Karvlea at 6:IS. At 8 o'clock. 1)11, MONTGOMERY WILL, DELIV BK TUB HKCOND HEHMON IN THE HKTIIKB. "THE HKnKTira nv YKttran. VlBVt" JcYooVbeSAiAViH; THE CHAMPION OP TOR nirmr nw put VATE JUDGMENT." Fr seats to the ptoule. . FOUNDRY SIXTEENTH AND tJtf. CHUltCH BT1IEKTS. HEV. W. IU WBDDEnSPOON. D.D.. Pastor. :10 a. m. Sunday School. ll!00 a. m. "The Nlsht Ump." 6:45 p, m. Epwortli league atrvlca. :00 p. m. "The Heroes of Today." Vlaltors Welcome. Excellent. Muilc. WAI IHH M & a t. n. VVttUUn M McCOY. D. K. nv. P. D I'attor. Sunday acbool. ) a. m. H:00 a. m. Holy Communion. 2:20 p. m. Junior League. (:0 p. m. Epworth Lrague, 7:30 p. m.-'Tho Clarion Call Service." to Christian Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church, South. COIINER TII AND MASS. AVK.N. Vf. Edward K. Hardin, Pastor. 11 a. m.. "Ood'a Intereat in Hlnnera The toat Son." 8 p. ni., "The Son Who Lot lllmaelt at Home." HAMLINE N,n,h &drth?ir" REV. LUCIUH C. CIAHK, D. V., Faator. S:50 a. m. Sunday achool. 11:00 a. m.-HOIA'COMMPNtON. 7:00 p. m.--Epwortll League aervlce. 2.00 p. m-IlEV. Dlt. W. U McDOWBI.U All HlttlrtM ree. iuu vui un ycii rnM! Episcopal ST. THOMAS' CHURCH NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE. 11 a. m. "EXPERIENCED THE IJASI8 OP RELIGIOUS CERTAINTY." by the rector. A continuation of last Sunday's cermon. D p. tn.. Genesis VI. Instruction by rector. THE NATIVITY, 7:30; 9:15, H. S.; 10, 11. 2. Confirmation classes, Mon., 3:30 nnd 7:30 p. m. The Resurrection. Sunday, 4; Frl., 7:15 p. m. Tho true Catholic faith for all people. Baptist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Hth and O Sts. N. W. Rev. Win. M. McMaster. 1). D.. Tastor. Services: 11 'a. m. and 8 p. in. on Sunday. THE CHOIR: Mrs. Florence Noaclc Howard, Soprano, Mrs. Arthur Whaley, Contralto. Mr. Alvlu Lake. Rasa. Mr. Wm. II. Wlnchcole. Tenor. Mm. Edmund liurty. Organist. WEEKLY PUAIHE SERVICE. 2 P. m.. Thursday owning. UIISLE SCHOOL. 2:30 a. m.. Sunday. Elgin Smith, superintendent. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, 4TH AND VA. AVE. 8. E. REV. HOWARD I STEWART. Pastor. lllble School. 5- classes for all; preach ing at 11, "A WOMAN OK THE WORLD." and 7.5. "A GRASPER WHO EXPOSKD HIMSELF " Kapttsm at both sen-Ices. Mid week service. Thursday eenlng at S. Fteo pcivs. Hearty welcome to all. GRACE BAPTISPWSSinson. 11 "Steadfastness. " Communion service. 7.4$ "Sin When Finished." Baptism at evening service. WEST WASHINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH, Hat AND N 8T3. N. W. REV. B. D. OAW. D. D.. Pastor. 11 .a. m . "Tho Challenge of a Great 'leak." 7:45 p. in.. "A Dread Alternative. ' Meats free. E. Hex Swem preacher a special sermon to Washington Women and Men Who THINK, 2 p. ni. Hwem'a songs. 11 a. m., the Lord's Supper. Centennial Rapt. Ch.. 7th Eye ne. EIRTU E near 7th 8. W. Pastor John E. i ii iii Brlggs will preach at 11 a and 7:41. Communion and baptism. Evening subject. Tho Iron Did Swim ' Wedresday night. Y. W night. Men's League A. supper rriday Christian NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN till AND D STREETS N. E. REV. GEO. A. MILLER. PASTOR. Preaching It a. m., 7:45 p. m. Sunday School. 9:30 a. in. VERMONT AVE. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Vermont Avenue North of N Street. Rer. EARLE WILFLEY. LU D . Pastor. Sunday School. 2:30 a. m. Service, at 1L Christian Endeavor, 7 o. nu Evening Serv ice. 7:50. . Reformed rOafC 15TII AND O STS. N. T. Paster. Gmjm 11 n m '.'Ptnilnp Klnrrltt ' ? 2 p. m.. "All Things Are Yours." S. S :30 a. m. Methodist NORWEGIAN SERVICES In thellamllne M. E. Church, cor. th and 1 sts. N. V Sun day at 4 p. in. Undenominational ASSEMBLY HALL, corner 14th st. and Pa. ave. 8. E. Gospel mldreM by Evangelist Kduln Horsey, of Buffalo. N Y.. at 7 p. in. Subject. "Threefold Rest. ' All Invite J. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scientist ' COLUMBIA ROAD AND EUCLID STREET. Services: Sunday. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject "SPIRIT." Sunday school, 11 a. m, Wednesday even ing meeting, 2 p. m. Pubjlc cordially in. lled. Reading room and loan library, COI Colorado Building. Second Church of Christ, Scientist FIFTEENTH AND U STS. N. W. Services: Sunday, 11 a. m. and 2 a, m. Subject "SPIRIT," Sunday achool, 11 a. m. Wednesday even ing meeting. 2 p. m. Public cordially invited. Reading room and loan library. 01 Colorado Building. Theosophy National Lecturer of the Theosophical Society, MISS ISABEL HOLBROOK, of Los Angeles, California, AVill Speak on "A Master Key to the Scriptures" SUNDAY, 8 P. M. Question meeting. Thursilav, S p.m . 'The Hook of It. relations" Frlda. 8 p. m.: inqtilrcri' -Iu"jj. -Monday, s p. m. ; first yetir study class. Tiifstla. k p. in. Filday i.3( p. ni. . Infoimul tea ti moot Miss lklbruuK, atunla, 1 to 0 ojtlack. ttttouttcemetrM Presbyterian CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. Conn. Ave., lKth and N St. CHARLES WOOD, Mlnltr, HAROLD C WARREN, Mlnlsttr'a Aailitaat. HARHT JJAHEMOHK ANGUS. Ulolatar-ln-Charga of fek Chapal. ' 0:JO a. m., Bunddy school: 11 a, m... Homing Strvic. Eenaen ky lha pastor. 2:2u p. m rouile rendered by double qoar let. Sermon by the paator. Subject, THINGS WB BELIEVE About the I'reibVi. terlan Church." M4 p. m Chrlitlan Endeavor VeetlnC. S p. in., inuilc rendered by Evening Choir of one hundred voices. Sydney Lloyd Vriht on. Director; Harvey Murray. Urgatiitt. Ser mon by the Pastor; subject, "The MeaatfBe of Christianity to tho Modern World The Measago About Making Money," . 2:00 p. in.. Thursday, midweek service. GUNTON-TEMPLE MEMORIAL 14th AND It. H. EVEIIEBT OnAINQEH. D. D Tiuitor. will preach at 11 a. m.: ewnlng tervice. t.4." o'clock, addres bv Mr. L. It. DeQasL Secre tary of lloya' Work at Y. M. C. A.; S. S., :30 a. in.; Prayer Meeting, S p. m., Thurs day. Welcome. Central Presbyterian Church (SOUTHERN ASSEMBLY.) Sixteenth and Irvlnr; 8t. N. W. JAMES II. TAYLOIl. Paator. Preaching by tho paator, 11 a. m. and 2 P. m,' Communion at morning service. P. tf., :30 a. m. C E., 7 p. m. l'raycr service, Thursday, 2 p. in. Congregational First Congregational Church Tenth and G Sts. N. W. REV. ROBERT W. COE, Ant Paa.'ar. It a. m. Public worship, subject, "THE PROPHETIC ME88AGE." Music by quar tette and chorus choir; 9:30 a. in., Sunday Fchool; 6:4J p. in.. Y. P. S. C. K,. 2 p. m., AN.II'EN1NG WITH THE CHOIR." Se lectlona from the Oratorio HI. Paul Unitarian ALL SOULS' CHURCH, COR. 14TH AND L STS. ULYSSES U. II. PIERCE:. U. V.. Minister. :: a. m., Sunday School. Class for the Comparative Study of'Rellgion, and Emareos Study Class. 11 a. in.. Morning Service; sermon by the minister. There Is also kindergarten during the beut f morning worship, 7 v. m.. Liberal Religious Union. Address by Miss Agnes E. Marsland, "Orient and Oc. cldcnt. 2 p. m.. Evening Service Hennon by Dr. Pierce, "The Spiritual Authority of Jesus." Solos by Mr. Charles T. Tlttmann. Spiritualism FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH, Masonic Temple. 625 Eighth st. N. E., bet. E and F Come and see the new meeting place. Ad dresses on "The New Thought of Immor tality" by Rev. George W. Kates and wife. Spirit messages by Mrs. Kates and Mrs. Ripple. All Invited. Ladles' bazaar, supper. ana entertainment in aoove nan feuruary n. is. Hi. a cooa social time ror an. ZANCIG'S TEMPLE, Sunday Night At 8 Pv M., 25 CENTS. Spirit Messages, Good Music. The Zanclrn will appear In their Marvelous Test of Trans mission of Thought. 210.00 if they fall to tell your Full and Correct Name; all done In full light. ZANCIG'S TEMPLE, 902 14th Street N. W. The Evangelical Spiritualist. Mrs. Hooker McEvoy, of Spokane, Wrtsh . will hold service Sunday, 7:30 p. in., in Flynn Hall, corner Slh and K sts. N. W, Services Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p. m. at 117 1st st. N. W. ! DEVELOPING CIRCLE THURSDAY AT 2 1. SM.-Ioc. ZANCIG'S TEMPLE. S02 14ih st. N. W. Y. W. C. A. T. W. C. A. VESPER SERVICE. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY lh. AT 4:30 P. M. SPEAKER. DR. ADA R. THOMAS. TOPIC. "OUR HERITAGE." Secular League WASHINGTON SECULAR LEAGUB. "FUNDAMENTAL ECONOMICS." Address by Benj F. Lindas. Discussion. Pythian Temple. Sunday. 2:30 p. m. Baha-O-lIah RAHA-O-LLAH. The Fatherhood of God. The Rrotherhond of man and a Universal Religion." Pythian Temule. 8 p. m. l Universal Philosophy "Death the Great Illusion." Lecture by Alfred II. Terry at K2 lh st N. W.. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock followed bv ballot readings. Seats free. All welcome Meeting at 131 C St. N. E Thursday night. ! People's Church THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. PTTHIAN TEMPLE. 1012 9th st.-l'rogTesslve Study Class nt 10:15: subject. -"Woman ar.d Labor." Mr. W. D. Mackenzie will speak on "Our City and Its Needs," at 11:15. A cordial imitation Is extended. Rescue Mission RESCUE MISSION Central Union Mission, 622 Louisiana Ave. N. W. SER1 VICES Week days, 12 noon and 7:45 p. m.. Sundays, 9:30 a. ni., 3 and 7:30 p. ni. Judge Raymond Lorenr Leader of Testimony Meeting at 7:30. Baltimore Trio at both services Sunday, Feb. 6. Everybody welcome. GOSPEL MISSION. H4-I1S JOHN MARSHALL PLACH. II. W. KLINE. Superintendent. Services Eery Night In the Year AT 7:30 O'CLOCK. ' Sunday Services 3 p. m. and 7 P. m. lllble tjebool Sunday 2 p. in. Dread line dally. 6 a. m. Stirring testimonies. Good singing and short addresses at all services. Everybody welcome. The Mission needs $500 for Re lief Work in the homes of tho poor during February. Send checks to H. G. GORDON, Treasurer. sj a m sf" 3BB (H Drink Wl M "My WM Coffee" H aB"" -nr'I 30c Lb. PacUaga -The coffee tot delicious aroma and nnsuroast. able bouquet Mn H. Hifrudir Fina Groeeriea nnil Wines. Conn. Ave. A H. Ktr4t laT-- i ssa