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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY; NOVETVffiER7;ii: l9lT ELECTION DOUBTS HINDERED TRADING - ON REALTY MARKET Sales Were 38 Behigd Previous Week and Below Figures of Four Yea,rs Ago TRADING, WAS MORE ACTIVE Loan Market Featured Week's Busiffess, With Several Large Transactions. Realty trading sulTered from doubts attending tho result of tho Presidential OleCtlOM. Tlll'arlnv ivhnn tin hnltnta ..... .,,, , ........ ..w uutiwha t tvero cast, mado tho poorest showing or the week, and but little Improvement was noticed on Wednesday nnd Thurs day. A decljno of thlrty-clRht sales Is seen In n comparison of the transac tions of the llrst full week of Novem ber with the preceding six days. In tho volumo of trading, however, the past week displays nn advance of fifty sales over Its predecessors. In cluded In the week's tntnl nt 1J? Haul, were involved 309 lots and parcels of ...nj num. in mil preceninR wecK mo brokers concluded 1W transactions com prising 59 lots. Tho corresponding period of 1913 witnessed tho closing of Ht! sales including 211 parcels. Realty operations were more exten sive at the time of thn Ilrt olfnttnn nt President Wilson. Tho record for elec- " mw ui iviz snows in saies com- Loan Market Active. The loan market rather than the sales department furnished the (natures of tho week's business. A blanket mortgage of $2,600,000 on real estato In Washington nnd elsowhero was placed on record by the newly organized P. Mortens' Sons Corporation. This mort gage secures an lssuo of 6 per cent l-onds maturing In five years. Tho Con tinental Trust Company Is named as trustee. Harry Wnrdman and Thomas P. Bones secured . n loan of'167,00o from tho Washington Loan and Trust Com pany. Tho money Is said to bo for tho purpose of financing tho building of an SPa.rtlnc,nt on tne northeast corner of ?,l3ltc?.ntn nn1 s streets, opposlto Scot- tlsh Rlto Temple. On the same day John U Warren borrowed SISO.COo from Elizabeth Oll phant. This Bum Is secured on property on M street northwest, between Fif teenth nnd Sixteenth streets. . The high mark In tho week's trading was attained Monday, when twenty-nlno sales were reported. This number was equaled Saturday. Friday ranked third with Monty-five deals. There were twenty-two trades completed on Wednesday, twenty on Thursday, and seventeen, on Tuesday. Suburban Property Active. . Despite tho waning" of the reason, the outlying suburbs reported more than half of the week's trading, and with 163 parcels conveyed outdistanced Its com petitors In tho rnco for supremacy of tho market. The northwest was ln sec - ond place, with ilfty-ono lots trans ferred, followed byNtho near-urban dls trlot, where thlrty-slxjots changed own ers. There wero nineteen lots sold in ths northonst. sixteen In tho southeast, ond nine In tho southwest. One of the chief sales of a rather In active market this week involved tho business property at 74 Thirteenth street northwest. The Samuel J. Prcs cott Company purchased the property from. William J. Fentress, who hud bought from Almlra K. Thompson. The conmuorauon is not stated, but the con veyance was mudo subject to a trust for SJO.OOO. Five vacant lots on Twenty- """"u onuci uuruiwt-Hi, ociwwn c and D streets, wero transferred by the Pros cott company to Mr. Fentress. Tho con sideration was not made public. Stoneleigh Court Transferred. The title to Stoneleigh Courts at L, streot and Connecticut avenuo north west, was changed on Monday. There was no salo of tho property, but tho heirs of tho former Secretary of State, John liny, transferred thclrjntercst to a holding corporation knon"as the Hay Real Estato Company. 8. N. Meyer nnd his wife transferred valuable real estate to the corporation of S. N. Meyer, Incorporated. Included In tho trnnnfor wero premises 1S31 p street northwest, a business block on Fourteenth street northwest, between I and K streets, nnd land ln Woodloy Park. An Increase of 130,000 Is shown In tho loan market over tho record of tho previous week. The oxnet figures In loans for the pant six days wero JS62. I7 17. This sum was borrowed on tho security of 217 lots, at an avcrago In terest rato of C.8 per cent. Stqplght loans predominated with an average oc ii5,w.,o. The sum of a tho notes given for deferred purchase money wan Jit. 578. 41. The building asso ciations ndvnnced to members 1102,100. Northwest property continued In favor as a basis for loan securities being pledged for n total of $ri28,8K. Land in tho country was encumberod to. tho ex tent of J2C2.502.17. Tho record of loans ln tho other city sections was: South east, W0.975: northeast, 120.845. and southwest. S10.270. READY TO DEDICATE NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL Opening nnd dedication services for the- new Sunday school building of Rrlghtwood Park M. R. Church will bo gin tomorrow nnd extend through tho weok. The first in tho now building jvlll bo hold at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow, when a sermon will bo delivered by tho Rev. L. Morgan Chambers, pastor of MoKendreo M. S. Church. At 7 o'clock thero will bo a meeting of tho Epworth League, to bo led by Charles F. Linger. At 8 o'clock services will be held In tho nc.w building, tho Rev. Rufus D. Wyckoff. pastor of Madison Avenue. M. 'E. Church, Balti more, will speak. Monday evening services will bo held with greetings from former pastors. THio Omo class of tho Sunday school r.lll hold Its first mooting In tho new building Tuesday night at 7:30, for which an olnliornto program hns been arranged. Dinner will bo Borvcd at 7:M p. m. Wednesday evening tho building will bo open for Inspection, and nt 7 o'clock the now bnullng alleys will bo opened formally. Thursday evening tho services will be nddresscd by tho Rev. Lincoln A Ferris, pastor of Mt. Vernon Place SI. E Church. Haltlmore. Friday even ing William Knowles Coopor. gonernl secretary of Y. M. C. A., will address tho gathering, and refreshments will bo served, . Brother Has Always "Locked, His Bedroom Since He Began tomRaise That Military Mustache But the. Other Day He Took a Nap on the Couch By FONTAINE FOX "' 7' SPECIAL 11 TO T. Church of the Covenant Ar ranges Attractive Program for All Services. At the Church of the Covenant to morrow afternoon tho music will be given by tho triple quartet and in tho evening by the evening choir of 100 voices with double quartet and four additional soloists, both services being under direction of Sydney Lloyd Wrlghtson with Harvey Murray at tho organ. Tho program for tho afternoon Bervlcc will be as follows: "They That Put Their Trust In tho Lord," Steane; bass solo, "In tho Land of Fudcless Day," Danks; "Tho Shadows of the Evening Hours," Danks (Incidental solo by Mr. Hacking); "Tho Lord is My Strength," Rogers: "Grant, Wo Bo seech Thte," Hooth. The program for the evening service will be as follows: Organ prelude, "Angclus." Gounod; "Oh Chi 1st What Burden"s Bowed Thy Head," Knight; soprano solo, "O Sa viour of tho World," Buck, Miss Craig; "Thlno For Ever, God of Love." Price (Incldontal solos by Miss Craig and Mrs. Dunwoody); "Now When tho Dusky Shades of Night," Berwald; or gan postlude, "Festival." d'Acosta. Tho Holy Name Society 'of St. Vin cent do Paul's Church has elected the following officers: Tho Rev. P. J. O'Conncll. spiritual advisor; William H. Fitzgerald, president; John II. Rlch nrds. vice president; John Knight, sec retary: A. J Richards, treasurer; Wil liam H. Goetz, marshal; H. L, Sup pleo and William H. Goetz, dclegutes to the Union. Church Notes William Stansflcld, organist and choir director of First Congregational Church, has arranged tho following pro gram for tomorrow: At 11 o'clock, or gan prelude, "Consolation In E." Liszt; anthom. bass solo and chorus. "A Now Heaven and a New Earth" ("The Holy City") Or.ul; offortory, nnthein, ' Tho King of Love," Shelley; Incidental solos, Miss Lamer and Mr. Humphrey; organ pontludo, "Cujus Anlman." Ronslnl. At 8 o'clock, organ prelude, "Evensong," Johnson; anthem, "Send Out Thy Llght.'r Gounod; offertory, quartet, "Tho Homoland, O Homeland," Sulli van; organ postlude, "Festival Prelude on Eln Fcst Rurg;" Fnulkos. Tho now John II. Troy, of tho New York Blblo Institute, will occupy tho pulpit of Second Haptlst Church tomor row. Dr. Trov will have for hlB morn ing theme "The Thrcofold Work of the. Holy spirit, ana in me evening ine toplo will bo "On Flro for God." Tho Ilov. Dr. Wallace Ilnilcllffe, pas tor of New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, begins his first series of Sun day evening sermons for tho season to morrow night under the general title, "Some Great Questions," The titles nnd dates are as follows: November 12, "What Is tho Need of a Church To day?" November 19, "Is Thero a Hell or a Devil?" November W, "What Do We Know About Heuven?" Dccembor 3, "Aro the Modern Gospels True?" December 10, "Will Christ Come Again?" December 17, "Was Christ Horn of a Virgin" Dccembor U, "Whut Do You Mean by Christmns?" Decem ber 31 (11 to 12 o'clock), "What of the Nlghf? Tho New Year's Vigils." At AH Souls' Unitarian Church to morrow morning Mrs. George W. Coggeshall will assist bv playing a violin obllgato to the offertory solo. Tho program Is as follows: Vocal, "Where'er You Walk" (Handel). "Lead Thou Mo On" (McConnell Wood), with violin obllgato, Mrs. Coggcshall; Organ prelude, Andanto (Hoffman): offortory, Andante Hellgl nso (Mendelssohn); poHtludo, Allego Quartet In D minor (Schubert). Mr. Atwnter Is organist and Mr. Tlttmann soloist. Tho Rev. Robort W, Coo will snealc at the vesper sorvlre of the Y, w. C A. tomorrow at :bu ociock, on "The Thing That Cpunts," Miss Camnbell win do soioist Beginning Tuesday D DMORROW evening and closlnir tho following Saturday, a winter conference will he hold. The leaders will be throe na tional secretaries from New York. Miss Mabel Gratty. who Is secretary of the national board. Is executive, nnd will be assisted bv Miss Helen Thoburn. of the nubllcntlon depart ment, and Miss JchmIo Field, who Is ' national secretary for religious work. A series of nddresscs bv tho Rev. J. J. Dlmon will be given at 10 o'clock each morning, and classes will be taught bv the visiting secretaries. Mrs. George II, McGrew and Miss Edith R. Powers, during tho morning and evening sessions. , Revival meetings nt Shlloh Baptist: Church will end tomorrow with spo clal services by tho pastor, the Rev. J. Milton Waldron. The Rev. Edward B. Bagby. pastor or uoiumoia iieignis unrisuan unurcn. win spenk penk at the Sunday nK In the . M. C. A. ;t "The Known ITcs- i aicernoon meetli upon the subiec ont, the Unknown Future, and tho Satisfying Vision." tn the absence of tho pastor, tho ( mornlrig service of Cherrydalo Hap- tint I'nilrrh urlll Iia In rhnrtro nf I'. K. Miner, assistant secretary of the ! V. M. C. A. Howard A. Ranks will speak at the evening sorvlce. The Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team will nnniinni avnninn1 snruipa i - v s'niiin . VU w.v U . ....r) .,a . a.b a.a a. .-v T c ruu A..tt lfnm. T Church, South. Homer J. Ed- son will speak and the Gospel Quar- tot Will Sing. , The Y. M. C. A. Evangelistic Team Provincials of religious orders nnd con- 'rtrTck' s Churc h at h tfclock tomor wlll have charge of the evening Berv- gregatlons, mothers of congregations o( ' row The nw ftther John M Me lee at Western Presby.tcrlnn Church, nuns, nnd heads of '. various religious SK,.,!; "the rVlebrantwlll h ia.lsted The address will bo delivered by Page McK. Etchlson. Music will be furnished by the Y. M, C. A. Instru mental quartet. Special services will be held each eve ning during tho week of November 13 ln Langdon M. 13. Church. Tuesday eve ning the Ladles' Aid Society will have charge of tho meeting, and will havo II. W. Stnnclll, evangelist, to speak. At Its meeting tomorrow nftcrnoon at Pythian Temple the Washington Secular Iaguo will bo addressed by T. dishing Daniel, nuthor of various treatises on financial and economic topics, on the subject, "Tho High Cost of Living and the Remedy." Following the address the subject will be discussed by members of tno league ana audience. The Rlblo class, under tho auspices of the Young People's Temple Society; will meet fpr organization tomorrow at 11 o'clock at tho Eighth Streot Temple. "Tho Book of Ecclesiastics" will ho studied nnd the usual current topics dis cussed. Miss Alwarda Casselman, of Studio HalL is temporarily filling the posi tion of organist at North Carolina Avenue M. P. Churoh. Miss Ethel Noble Johnson gave .organ solos nt morning nnd afternoon sorvjees Inst Sunday. "Why My Enemies Will Bo Glad to See Me In Heaven" will be the title of tho sermon tomorrow evening of the ilov. is. Hez swem at centennial Baptist Church. Tho morning topic will bo "A Godlike Life." The Bev. John E. Brlggs, pastor of the Fifth Baptist Church, will bap. tiro a. large class tomorrow night and preach on "How Never to Backslide" Ho will also glvo a Bible reading on "Trunk Baptists, or "Candle and Candlesticks." The old folks concert by the young folks of the primary de partment will bo repeated Tuesday night, and the Baracn-Phllathea sup per Wednesday night. The nev. Dr. James ' Sliera Mont gomery, at Calvary M. E. Church to morrow morning, will preach on "The Testimony of Four Witnesses." At 8 o'clock ho will conduct sneclnl nntri. otlo services and deliver a sormonlo 'nrlftrena on "After H1ntlnn n..L Country." t ' At tho monthly meeting of Calvary M. E. Church It was decided to Install at once a new pipe organ costing $6,000. The contract will be awarded ln n short time, nnd It Is belloved the Installation can be completed by 'Feb ruary 1, Members of the Holy Namo Society of Holy Trinity Church of Georgetown opened a rally Thursday night nt a meotlng to renew the religious spirit nnd organlzo bands for the purpose of Increasing the membership to i.ooo mark. Tho 8 o'clock mass tomorrow will closo tho rally. Tho Rov. James I Gordon was In stalled as paBtor of the First Congre gational Church last evening, tho ser mon being doilvered by the Rev. Dr. J. B. Sllcox, of London, Ontario. Copyright UK, by the WhMlir Syndicate, Inc. FETE IS NOTABLE EVENT Celebration to Be Biggest Ec clesiast'cal Ceremony Ever Witnessed in Washington. Tho seventh centennrv relehrntinn nt the Dominican Fathers, to bo hold next w.pk ., thn rni,pirn ., fUn Im', ,.,. wcok "' tho College of tho Immaculate , I vunii-iuMJii. uiuuKiuiiu, win uc mo most, notable event In tho history of the Do- mtntmn nnlnr In thn tTnitnrf ,,.,. ' Dominicans tho world over are looking ' , , mlH , . ,,.r ,' "R'"B " "" .......... . .. vun..-ft.t, .u .u,i.- memorato this anniversary In a nian- ner worthy of tho occasion. This cclrbratlon will be the blggitit ec clesiastical ceremony ever witnessed In Washington, nnd will bring to this city ' t )li lfin?Ptt tTftthnrlniv nt plmrili iltontrn , , , , . v,,r nsseinuieu nc o. Tni thrco American cardinals, archbishops, blsh "i", uiuii.-iiHiiiiri irom an iivit ino coun- try nre expected to bo in attendance, communities nssoclatej with Catholic university, nro among tho 6,000 Invited to tako part In the functions. Guests of Community. Pastors of twenty-three Dominican parishes In various parts of tho coun- try, representative from the provinces of the Most Holy Name, California; St. Dominic's, Canada, and tho Most Holy Rosary. Philippine Islands, which has foundations In I-oulsluna. will be guests of tho community during the wcok. The civic celebration will tako place at Poll's Theater next Sunday at 3-30 o'clock. AHiong the speakers win h fJohn .1. Fitzgerald, Congressman from New York- AV. Bourke Cochran. New York: Duties J. Ronaparte, Baltimore, anu wjiimm j. itcarna, Newark, N. J. Arrange Celebration. Arrangements for the celebration nro under the direction of the Very nev. Raymond Meagher. O. P., provin cial of tho Dominicans In tho East, and tho Very Rov. E. G. Fitzgerald, O. P. Father Meagher was pastor of St. Dominic's Church, Bouthwest, for a number of years, and was promi nent In religious circles during that time. Father Fitzgerald Is a Wash Ingtonlan. Last May he was elected prior of tho Dominican House of Studies, Brookland, previous to which ho hnd been for six years pastor of St. Vincent's Church, New York city. On Tuesday, Cardinals' Day, tho Pdntltlcal high mass will be celebrat od by his eminence, James Cardinal Gibbons. The ministers are as fol lows: Assistant priest, the Rev. P. C. Gavin, rector of Sacred Heart Church, deacon for tho mass, tho Very Rev. Poter J. O'Callaghan, C. S. P., superior of the Apostolic Mission House; sub deacon for tho mass, the eVry Rev. Edward J. Strauss, O. M. I., superior of the Oblates Study Houso; deacons of honor, the Very Rev. Godfrey Schilling, O. F. M superior of the Franciscan Monastery of Mt. St. Sepulchre, and tho Very nev. Robert A. Skinner, C. S. P.. superior of St. Paul's Collego. The master of cere monies will bo tho Very Rev. George A. Dougherty. D. D.. vice rector of tho Catholic University. The sermon will be preached by the nt. Rev. Rec tor' of tho Cnthollo University, Bishop Thomas J. Shahan. S. T. D. Illustrated Lectures. Madam Mountford, of tho American University, nnd the nov, Albert II. Zim merman, of tho Washington Blblo So ciety, will give illustrated lectures at Ityland M. E. Church, Tenth and D strcots, next week. Tomorow evening thore will be given "The Shepherd Psalm," and on Monday evening the Rev. Mr. Zlmniermnn, will lecture with Illustrations on "America, tho Land of Greatness." Tuesday night Madam Mountford will lecturo on "Oriental and Occidental settings for Bible Truth:" An open forum will bo held each night. The National Bible Scouts, of which tho Alpha Chapter was organized at Mt. Vernon M. B. Chuuf recently, will be organized ln the Southwest. DOMINICAN MISSIONS PREPARE TO FEED HUNDREDS Cost of Food ;rhis Thanksgiving Day Will Send Many to Free Board Offered Here." Many families of the District are not able to buy even the real necessities, of life, according to the Central Union Mis sion's appeal for contribution for Thanksgiving Day dinner. More families aro expected at the Cen tral Union Mission and the Gospel Mis sion for the annual dinner than ever be fore, despite tho great amount of work thai exists. Tills is because the families expected aro in practically every case without a man at the head, - and the, woman cannot leave home and children to find employment. Receive Requisites. To date, both missions have received an unusual number of requests for the Thanksgiving baskets that have been given to worthy families for many years Lost year, tho Central Union Mission supplied 137 needy families with bask ets containing one chicken, sugar, coffee,' tea. cabbage, potatoes, turnips, celery, peas, 'beans, bread, butterine, and In families where there was sickness,1 a Jar bf Jelly. These baskets were distributed by experienced Investigators. A statement of what a certain amount of money will do was made by the Ceu-' tral Union Mission. Dinners cooked and served at the mission can be supplied for four men by a contribution of $1. A well filled basket can be sent to a poverty stricken family for 12. ' Two dollars and fifty cents will send a quarter of a cord of,, wood to a home where there Is not fire, and IS will supply twenty persons with rood dinners at the mission. Food Regulates Guests. The number of persons to be fed Thanksgiving may be computed by the amount of food that Superintend ent ft. W. Kline of the Gospel Mis sion Is asking. He needs for the dinner: Ten barrels of potatoes, 3 barrels of turnips, 150 pounds of sugar. 100 small sacks of flour, 76 pounds of butter, 10 pounds or tea, 12 cases of canned goods, 600 loaves of bread, S00 pounds of roast meat, depending on the price whether It Is turkey, beef, or pork, salt, pepper, fruit for the sick, and other com modities. It Is probable that pork Instead of turkey will be the principal dish at the dinner, the superintendent said. Mr. Kline states that )2 will pro vide a family with a substantial-dinner. Checks may be paid payable' to the mission or to tho superintendent. Dr. Johnson' to Give His Second Sermon "Savonnrola" will he the topic of the Rev. Dr. Gove Qrlfrith Johnson's second sermon of the series, "QreAt Apostles of History." at Enimnnuel Baptist Church tomorrow evening. The usual prnlsu service will prcccd the sermon. At 3 o'clock the Chrlstlnn Endeavor it 111 conduct services at tho Soldiers' nnd Sailors' Home, Third nnd C streets. Friday evening; at the business meeting; of the young women's Delta Alpha Clnss. officers were elected as follows: I Mrs. Margaret Uaker Egbert, teacher: incz ii. tinier, president; Mans x. Gcssford, vice president; Ethel Swank, secretary: Agnes Merchant, treasurer. Resides assuming: a share of the church pMHmtln. the class voted to continue Its, practice of providing Thanksgiving dnnerH ror a number of needy families nnd to dress dolls and make other gifts nt Christmas, The class may also assume eharge of onc ch,ld af.,Unn Home: pyl" ft" expenses while there, and eventual y providing a permanent home for it tn some prlvato family. The class enroll ment Is about twenty, ond the motto is "Through Love Serve Others." High Mass Will Be Said at St. Patrick's There will be solemn high mn at St. Numara, the celebrant, will be assisted by two priests of Holy Cross College, urookland, also by ' the Rev. M. P. Egan, who will act as master of cere monies, The Rev. J, A. Smyth will de liver tho sermon. Monslgnor Russell will officiate ln the evening nt the devotions In honor of the Oood Shepherd, which will begin at 7:W o'clock. Following the recitation of the fnce of tho Good Shepherd there will V a "orlIlon 'and benediction of the hlessed sacrament. Members of the so- "ft"ty of the Blessed Virgin will . occupy pews of the main aisle I nt the first mass, which" will be a,(1 ttt 7 c'ck for the reception of I their monthly communion. The nev. J., I A. Smyth, director of the sodality, will oniciate ana aaaress tne members. The regular meeting will be held Wednesday at 7:3a O'CIOOK. Temperance Meeting To Be Held Tomorrow A union mass meeting under the aus pices of tho Anti-Saloon League, the w. C. T. l' and the Sunday 8chool Temperance Society will be held in Foundry M. E. Church at 3 o'clock to morrow. The meeting will be addressed by the Rev. Clarence True Wilson, D. D gen eral secretary of the Board of Temper ance of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who has just returned to the city after campaigning for prohibition ln the Western States. Dr. Wilson announces that a twelvo acre piece of land near Portland, Ore,, valued at 15,000, has Just been given to the board. v STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' OUve Tablets That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are, attacking the real cause of the ailment clogged liver and disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets arouse the -liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels are per forming their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles1. If you have a bad taste in your mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor, lazy, don't-care feeling, ndTtmbirren or energy, troubled with undigested foods; you should take Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ore a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain. Take one or two at bedtime for auick relief, so you can eat what you ke, 10c and 25c per box. All druggists, -Odrt, QWch Atmouttceta w , NEW ERA EVANGEL (INTERDENOMINATIONAL) New Themes New Messages ILLUSTRATED, At RYLAND M. E. CHURCH, 10th and D St. S. W., This Week Rev. J. H. Jeffries', Pastor Madame Mountford, of American University " a Albert H. Zimmerman. A. M. Albert H. Zimmernu ID II Presbyterian CHURCH OF THE COVENANT Osnneetleut At., llth ana N Siraeta, CHARLES WOOD, Minister. CHAnLES C. TBVICL. Mlnister-ln -Charge of Peck ChapeL fllO a. ra., Sunday fiehool. U'a. tn.. morning service. Sermon by th pMtor, 1:10 p. m. Mualc rendered by triple quartet. Sermon by the pastor Bubject, "Ufa's Dttllaa." . iU p. m.. Christian Endeavor meattnt. 1:00 p. m., mualc rendered by evening choir of one hundred vdlcei. Sydney Lloyd wrlsht or, director; Harvey Murray, orfanlat. Ber men by th pastor Subject: "A lUaaonabJ Man In a Itaaaonable Universe." I p.-m., Thursday, Midweek Service. , Gurrton-Temple Memorial, FOURTKENTH AND II 8TUBET8. CEVEUEST QRANOEn, D. D., Pastor. I:t0 a. m. Sunday school. Itv. Jamea a. itodsere, rh. D., will preach. Ml a. m., "What Science Bays of the New Dlr;h." J:4S p. m., "Th Heaven and Hell of Science." Prayer meetlnc at the Preeby terlan Home. 7:0 p. m., Wednesday. Unitarian ALL SOULSrCHURCH, Cor. Fourteenth and L Sts. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, D.D., Minister. : a, m., Sunday school: Claaa for the Comparative Study of Religion, and Unity Study Claaa. 11 A. M morning service; sermon by th I mlntittr. Then u alao Kindergarten ounni wm iww of .morning wonhlp. I p. m., UDerai neugious union, auuitm by on. Fierce. "The new emphasis in RELTOION." Baptist SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 4TII ST. AND VIRGINIA AVE. 8. E. Rev. HOWARD I. HTEWAHT. Tailor. Th. nutolt will be occuilfd tomorrow by Rev. John II. Troy, D. D., hrtA of the New Tork Illble Institute. Dr. Tror l an eloqurnt prraoher, pulpit orator and lilble teacher of national reputation. 8ubjecli. 11, "THE THn.EE.TOLD WORK OK THE HOMT SPIRIT" and 7:. "OS hub run uuw, rree pewe. Beate for 1.000. Come All Invited Come. GRACE BAPTIST th and D Bta. Faator F. W. Johneon. 11 "Itlshteoutneaa FIrit." 7:4S Our Election Sure." E. lies Swem tells: "Why my enemies will be very sled to eee me ln Heaven." 8 P. M. Bwem'a Bonn. II A. M., "A Godlike Life." Centennial wapt. un.. 7th Eye n. e. FIFTH E, near 7th 8. W. Bervieet. 11 ririn and T.45i Paitor John K- nrisrs lll baDtlie and preach on "HOW NEVER TO rjArKSLlDE" at nlsht. nible readlns on "Trunk Raptlats." "Old Folks' Concert" Tuesday and uaeaplulathea supper wednea day nlihts. We tcome. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scientist COLUSmiA ROAD AND EUCUD 8TREET. Services: Sunday, 11 a. m. and S p. m. Bubiect-"MORTAL8 AND 1MMORTALB." Sunday school. 11 a. m. Wednesday even Ins mretlnci S o'clock. Publlo cordially In vited. Readlnc room and loan library, C01 Colorado Ilulldlns. Second Church of Christ, Scientist FIFTEENTH AND II STS. N. W. Bervlcea: Sunday. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. BubJect-"MORTALS AND IMMORTALa." Bunday school. 11 a. m. Wednesday even. Ins meetlnr. 8 o clock. l'ubllc cordially Invited. Readlnc room and loan library, eu Colorado uuiidinc. Gospel Mission GQSPELMISSION 214 John Marshall I'lace II. W. Kline, Snpt. Meetings Every Nlsht, 7iSO P. M. Funds Are Urgently Needed For the Thanksgiving Dinner For the Poor. $2.00 Will Provide For An Entire Family. Make checks payable The Gospel Mission. Send provisions to II. W. Kline, 214 John Marshall place, or our wagon will call. Phone Main 17S1. Bahai Revelation RAIIAI MOVEMENT. Bubject: "The World of Matter and tha World of Spirit." Speaker, Prof. Btanwood Cobb, of Annapo lle. Studio Hall. ia Connecticut avenue. Sunday, 1:15 p. m. No collection. All Invited. Church of Christ CHURCH OF CHRIST, MASONIC TEMPLE, Kljhth and P Bta. N. E. nibla study, 10 a. m. Lord'a Day. Communion service. 11 a. m. Y.M.CA. THE SATISFTINO VISION." Dy Rev, Edward R. Darby, D. D. T. M. C. A. Lobby Sunday, 4 P. M. All Welcome. Secular League Washington Secular League (An Open Forum.) "THE HIGH COST OK LIVING AND THE REMEDY." Address by MR. T. CUSHINO DANIEL. Discussion. Pythian Temple, Sunday, 3 P. M. Spiritu jalism THE FTRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH. 'SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS." Lecture by the paator Alfred II. Tarry Sunday evenlns at I o'clock, followed by spirit mea aft at Pythian Temple, 1011 8th it. N. W fourth floor (elevator). All welcome. THE CHRISTIAN BPmiTUA!J6T CHURCH, Id floor, Pythian Temple, 1011 Ith at. N, W. Service every Bunday nlsht, S o'clock. Speaker, Rev. Frank Mandrel). 8ubject, "The Power of Thought," Meauaea Mr. J. B. Maltby. All welcome. No charge. Universalist CHURCH OFOUR FATHER Thirteenth and L St's. N. W. Rev. John Van Schaick, Jr., D. D., Pastor. Publlo worship at 11 A. Mr. with sermon by th pastor. Subject, "The Scriptures and All Souls." Junior Toifnc People's Christian Union at 4 p. m. Bunday school, t:(5 a, m. Free kindergar ten, 11 a. m. " II Y. W. C. A. Y. WTC. A. ' Vetper Servlc. 4:J0. Speaker, REV. It. W. COE. Subject, "Th Thine That. Counts.' Solollt, MISS CAMPBELL. Bible Claea, 1 JO. RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE November 14, 19, 1916 Morning and Evening Sessions The leaders of the Conference re three national secretaries! Mlii Mabel Cutty, General Secretary. Silas Helen Thoburn, Editor ial Secretary. Mlaa Jeaale Field, County Sec retary. Four mornlns; lectures rt III be Klven bv Dr. J, J. Dlmon, of St. Andrew's Kplscftpal Church. A prlvllaca which coata you nothlns. Young Women's Christian Association, 010 Fourteenth Street N. W. I'hone Wain 8887. Independent TONIGHT The Gospel Trio Will Blnr. In Wesleyan Pentecostal, D St Near 3rd N. W. ALBO ALl. DAT O.V BUNDAT. Ilavlval maatlnsa will ba htld avarr nlahS nxt wetk cptlns Monday. Methodist Episcopal WAUGHM A e- " nuuna McCOY. D. D., Mlnlrt.r. Sunday school, 9:10 a. ro. 11:00 a. m. "Awakcnlns tha Spiritual Jlasw" 2:10 p. m. Junior Lasu. 1:50 p. m. Epworth Laasua. 7:10 p. m. "Chrlit'a ChalUnta for Today." Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church, South Edward K. Hardin, Pastor CORKER TH AND MASS. AVK. X. W. 11 a. m. "The Incenulty of Faith." !p. m. Epworth Leasut. s p. m. "The world waton TswsrVT FOUNDRY SE?3&S :10 a. m. Sundav aehool. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. Rev. J. St. Clatr D. D., of Baltimore, Md. 4:46 p. m. Epworth Leama sarrtaa. Vlaltora welcome. Excallcnt mnste. Calvanr M F Church. Columbia rd., bet, JAMES SIIERA MONTOOMERT, MtaUtsr. Sundar aehool at :S0. Publla imMi at 11 o'clock, tilth nfrmon by tha mlnlstar. en THE TESTIMONIES Or FOUR WIT NESSES." Euworth Leasue at 7. At t o'clock Dr. Montgomery will conduct patrlotla Mrvicea. HUDject or arrmon. "AFTER'TIIE ELECTION-OUR COUNTRT." Special rnuilo and free aaata to tha People, Mt. Pleasant M. E. Church, South. Sixteenth Street near Lamont. Rav. Forreit J. Prettrman. D. D paator. Ojxntng er lcea: Preachlnc at 11 a. m. and p. m. by tha paator. Bunday aehool, t:10 a. m. Epworth Loanie. 7 p. m. Episcopal THE NATrVITT-llth and A sts. S. B. 7:10 (B. S., :U), 11 a. m., and S p. m. Tha Resurrection. l:lt and 4 p. m. Congregational First Congregational Church 10th and G Sts. N. W. REV. JAMES IaT GORDON, D. D.. Pastor. (Formerly of Winnipeg). Rev. Robert Wood Coa, Aeslatant Paeter. 11 a. m. and S p. m aermona by Dr. Oar don. 11:00 a, m. and S p. m., aermona by Dr. Gor don. 11:00 a. m., subject, "How Much of a Man's Character la Revealed In Ilia Face!" 3:00 p. m., "Unhappy Homes, or the Skele ton In the Cloiet." Muala by quartette aae chorua choir. :I0 a. m. Sunday aehool. :S p. m.-T. P. 8. C. B. All are cordially Invited. Christian VERMONT AVE" CHRISTIAN CHURCH Vermont Avenue North of N Street, nEV. EARLE WILFLET, Pator. nible School, 10 a. m. Worehlp, 11 a. n. and 8 p. xn. Prayer meeting Thuraday, S n. m. Rescue Mission Central Union Mission 622 La. Ave. N. W. Help ua send out baakets of provisions to the worthy poor nt Thanksgiving and provide a rooked dinner at the Mission for the home less. 11.09 will supply good dlnnera for four per sons (cooket and served at the Mission). fl.00 will send a well filled basket to a pov erty stricken home. 12.(0 will send one-quarter cord of wood t a needy family. tt.OO will supply twenty persona with good dlnnera at the Mission. Bervlraa: Week days, 11 noon and 7:48 P. M. Sundays, 9:30 A, M 3 and 7:10 P. M. Oood singing and Inspiring testimonials at ill servlcea. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Associated Bible Students At Old Masonic Temple?,BrTTs,.,:w. I p. m.. lecture John O. Kuehn, of Cleve land, Ohio. Subject, "The Christian Joys." 7:30 p. m., class meeting for Dlbla Study, All welcome. No collection. Thepsophy Illustrated Lecture on REINCARNATION, at THEOSOPHICAL HALL, 1216 H Street N. W SUNDAY, Nor. 12th, nt 8 P. M. Public Cordially Invited. Free classes for beslnnera) In the) study of Throsophy, Ttkeaday and Prl ilay en-enlnsra, H p. in. Reformed GRACE "Tn AND O STS. M. TT. UIVrtE. HENTIT II. R.VNCK. Paator. 11 a. m. "The Second Advent." s p. m. "Christian Patriotism." Bondaje school, t:30. M V.