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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22; 1917.
IM REVEALS CAPTAIN BERTMAN, ! FEATURES OF NEW l OF U. S. ENGINEERS, "LIBERTY LOAN" DIES IN TRANCE Although official announcement will not be made until President TVII on ai?ns the bond bill. Secretary Mc Adoo had decided on the principal features of the second. ""Liberty Loan." They are: Amount Probably three billion dollars. Interest rate Four per cent. Tax Rules Exempt from all State, municipal, and local taxation except Inheritance taxes; exempt from all Tederal tax. Including normal Income and stamp taxes, except super, excess profits, and estate taxes. Sarin Certlaeate. l'or the poor man and the children war saving certificates will be Issued In denominations of S3 each. They will be solu by stamps In postofflces. A book containing stamps JUO In tamps wil be redeemable in five years for $3. Duration of campaign Begins Oc tober 1, ends October ST. National celebration October 24 will be "Liberty Day" all over the country. Secretary McAdoo will tour the country from coast to coast, stressing the West and agricultural districts. llorr Money Will Be Spent. How the money will be spent, according- to Secretary McAdoo: To support and protect our own armies In the field and to carry on our own operations. For loans to America's allies. W.SJ.SLOANE ESTABLISHED 74 YEARS AGO . AXMINSTER RUGS In New Fall Designs From our extensive assortment of these durable, attractive Rugs, one may select a Floor Covering suitable for any of the living rooms of the house. The broad range of artistic, new patterns includes designs in almost every style, from the small-figured all-over effects in quiet tones, to those of bolder, more striking character: Excellent values in the Popular 9 ft.xl2 ft. Size Seamless, $45.00 Seamed, $37.50 1508 H Street N EDUCATIONAL NATIONAL SCHOOL OF POMESTIC ARTS & SCIENCE 2G50 Wisconsin Ave. K. W. 1BTH TEAR OPENS OCTOBER 4. 1917 Domestic Art. Domestic Science. Interior DecoratlonHome Economics. Catalogue on Request. Registrar's Office Open Aug, 15 to Sept. 15, 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Unprecedented enrollment makes necessary an early application by those desiring to attend the coming session QI me gcauui. 2f.w Method of Teaching Touch Typewriting. WfiniYC uregg shorthand. WUUJJ 3 Touch Typewriting. SCHOOL CJrtl Service. TU K. CAP. ST. SKS?"''''" lute. Reduced Etenotypy. Three months for the pile, of two month. . GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Bed B3rd Tear Sept. Stth. Member of tht Association of American Law Schools. fif.tr t.nA.rd. for entrance and course, a elect student body, and maximum credit from oiler liw scowls Instruction br met widely approved roethols by professional teachers trained In the boat modern law secooia and by Uwye-s In active practice Three-year course for LL. B . one-year post- -Mjfnat fm TJ it tT M P I. Afternoon course available to e-nployed stud ents. & to AX Optional rooming classes 7.SO-J . Secretary, Masonic Temple. M. CeO Washington College of Law Coeducational COLLEGE TEAR OPENS SEPTEMBER 3. ATI P M. Tuition. 1TB 00 per annum. Sessions at either I (0 or (JO. p. m. Office hours. 10 to 5J3 1317 New York Ate. rhone at. SS3. BOOKKEEPING shorthand. Tvpcmirrttc. cini. aEnrim. penmanship, era WASHINGTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. POTEET TVIIITJIOHE. PROP. 1321 G St N. W. Pnone M. 9871 Open Day and Night for Enrollmmii. HATIONALUNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (Ereslnc Sessions ExcluslTsly.) Ctaadard courses, leadlns tw desrees of Mas ter and Bacnalor of Laws THE THREE-TEAn OOOTIKE LEAniJiO TO DEGREE orLLB MAT BE COMPLFTED IN TWO TEARS (SEE CATALOG PaCE U) ZeJi or flecntary at dmtnistiUoB offices. Bait ML Southern bulldlnc Tsl Main U17, or from VJ3& to p. m. Socretary at Lew School colldlns OS-II lltn st cw Tel. Krack. 30 ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE Larrest PrtTsU School In WashinffTnn, Day as Erroln Courses ACCOUNTANCY Oldest school 1 etty.tDesxco rrasU c rowrrtl PREPARATORY Accredited) COMMERCIAL crads. laoiuaca Uaftlnr. cto. Bulletin Free. TJ103. W. WALTON. 1L A- Director. Y. M. C A., 1736 G St, N. W. Capt. Myron Bertman, of the first engineers, former adjutant at the Washington Barracks, died In France. September 18, of tumor, according to dispatches received here. He was pro moted to a. captaincy just before the first engineers sailed about five weeks ago. Every agency of the War Depart ment was called Into play by his bride of twelve months to secure leave to accompany Captain Bertman to Europe, but the Department would not break a precedent it had already established In cases where members of officers' and enlisted men's fami lies sought to accompany them. Mrs. Bertman is at present at the post here. Born In Indiana, September IS, 1S87, Bertman was appointed to 1A est Toint In 1900. He graduated with the class of 13 and was commissioned a lieutenant. Lieutenant Bertman's marriage to Miss Blanche Anne Richardson took place In New York In the summer of 1016, and after a brief honeymoon, he went to riattsburg as Instructor In the business men training camp. He was assigned to Washington Barracks as adjutant of the pot, an office he held until the departure of the first engineers for France. AMERICAN ON SUNK SHIP. Tiivniiv Ri.nf 55 TTftrrv Slmnu. a ..l.4...v rtt Ttitlai.lnitn wn afflORff those1" 'on a British boat torpedoed a weeK ago, it was announcea iou&j. nw further details were made public today. "Je'ephon Main 925 EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTANCY What It Is ana what It sners." FREE LECTURE By FRANK BROAKER, C. P. A. No. L First Nerve Tork State Examiner for tke C. P. A. nearee, ex-Prc- Ideat of the American Association of Public Accountant. Thursday, Sept. 27 ' At 8 P. M. All persona Interested In Ao rmnntmacr nre InTlterf Meet the dean f the profeaalen personally before maklnc any deeUIon re icardJar Accountancy Ao chars for admission The lecture will be ccfTen In the main study hall of the WASHINGTON BUSINESS AND CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. INC.. 3317 .New York Avenue. Untiled seatlnir capacity makes advance rcscnatlon advisable. dltALDAnd vexogt. rei ion i ! Math 1 ear DeEla Sept. e, 117 I ', ; K1KUI II COlUtE lli-UT StMI 91 t UrlMUU FUT (IB 1TJJT ' Bishop of A ashlncton, Tresldent of the Board of Trustees. ! ' For further Information and cata logue address ; ; William 1I Church Head Master LAKE SCHOOL Shorthand Typewriting Inditldusi Instruction. 117 fcoutnero Bids. Georgetown University The Law School Session of 1017 1918 begins Monday, October 1, 1017, at 0.30 p. m. SecretatVs office open dally from 0 a. m. to G p. ra. for registration and consultation. HUGH J. FEGAN, M.A.IXII, Ph. D. Secretary. Georgetown Law School Bulldlnc;. 0th and E sts. n. w Telephone II. 7293 Lucia Gale-Barber School DAY ended w'tn cltr schools, addlnc Kronen Spanish, rhrtlunle tralnlns handwork. Koof school and plaroom anl supervised playsround BflAPniNr. Children, C to IS and older DUAIUfinU spidal students Normal artistic, and health courses In rhrthm. music art. lansuaae. einresslon , MAItr PALE DAVIB. rrln.. Hit Uelmont rd. ECliOUL I irJfiINnj1-AM't.I"' OK f31HHll.ljJ utTo;, Third year alms LaicU BorderU diploma, sraduau and formerly assistant to Lainr-artl tacher of Sfmbrtch). principal: foreUn la atnictlon at homo. Bocklst on request. Ooa sultlttnns. UULUaU OS, Ph. ti. TBI. THE CITY'S Cot. E.T.Brown Is Guest of the President at Pky The President and Mrs. Wilson had Col. E.T. Brown as their guest at din ner at the White House last evening and later attended he performance at B. P. Keith's Theater. Mrs. Wilson's brother, John Randolph Boiling, was also In the party. Colonel Brown, who is p. close friend of the President, has recently come to Washington from Atlanta to pass a few days. The President adn Mrs Wilson played golf this morning. 5 Mcldeoa Are Guests. The Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. William O. McAdoo,, who are at the White Sulphur Springs, were en tertained at tea jesterday afternoon at the Casino. Mrs. Oscar L. Richard was hostess. Mrs. Silas Casey and Sophie Casey, passed the summer at Warm Springs. Va.. will return to Washington Oc tober 12 Colonel Hnnt Here. CoL and Mrs. Henry J Hunt, ftho came to Washington early In the sum mer and have occupied Mrs. Silas Casey's 'apartment in the Oakland, have taken an apartment in Hammond Court.1 They will take possession about October 1. Colonel Hunt, who was stationed In Raleigh, X. C , Is now on duty in Washington. He is a nephew of the late Rear Admiral Silas Casey. Mr. and Mrs. William Laird Dunlop have moved from the old Dunlop resi dence, at 3014 N street, to Hammond Court, where they havo taken an apartment for the winter. A Mrs. John J. Kingman will leave Washington In a few days for the Texas border to Join Major Kingman, who was ordered there rccently ! Mrs. Walter Brooks, of Baltimore, Is at the Rltx Carlton, In New York, hav lns Joined her mother, Mrs. E. T. Stotesbury, there. Eduardo de Billy, of the French! Permanent High Commission, has gone to New Tork and will be at the Vanderbllt for a few days. I Mr. and Mrs. Laurence V. Benet have returned to their apartment In Paris after passing a few weeks" at the Chateau de Sarlabot, Dives sur lier, as guest of Mr. and Mrs. T 1L McCarthy. CoL and Mrs. Edward L. King are at the Belmont, In New Tork, for sev eral days. -5- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hutchin son, who passed the summer at Bret ton woods, are now at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., for a fortnight's stay. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolf have re turned to their home after ten weeks' absence at Poland Springs. EDUCATIONAL GecrgeWashington University Day and Late Afternoon Courses Collegiate and Professional Arts and Sciences. Teaching. Engineering. Architecture. Medicine. Dentistry. Law. Academic Year Begins September 26 General office, 2023 G Street. Grace Burnap, '"- io, imconn Aie Voice Builder and Coach fei n & NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE & APPLIED ART 150S Pa. Ave. cYAmc Main lrtJO. Felix Mahony. lllrectar Day and Evening Caareei In trswln Paintlnc. Interior Decoration, Costums D slsnlnr. Poster nd t.wutaierrUl lUuitraitns snd Spscfium Color A nw lnrentloa o Jsytlrht llltmlnat'on vs1 In fv-n'n rtaaf. CATALOGUE ON JtEQUKST Opers OcL 1. rDPVni CDIVTCII Trn.1 onHs..rlA I CoLlKOR rRKPtRATUKl". all Govern' I ment fUiDil nations, moderate CUL.UM13IA, fii izrn mzrixv i War Conditions Demand CieCiriCcil par for nlre li mill tary or Industrial Ilfs Of 11 students In class of 1517. about n-thlnl are already In the Enrfneer Corps and tthlrda are speed Ins; production In electrlsal Industries The 111 It- electrical Rcbool. with Its well equlpoed shops and Ubonttorles. Is peculiarly quall&sd to civs a condensed coursn in Iectrlcal Engineering Etery detail taught Actual construction, lnstal'atlon, test Inr Courso. with diploma, complets In One Year 24 years reputation, with over 2.000 younr men trained. 3th year opens Sep tember ilttz. If you are 17 tt of sra nd posvees avers cs aLUlty you an L adraittsd &nd for new catalorut 411 Tfckoma Av Washington, D. C. Y. W. C. A. It AY AD .MGIIT CLASSES Ilaslaraa Course I-"naes Millinery aad Dressmaklnir lied Cross CIO 141k St. (Corner of G) Get la TralnlnsTl SINGING ELOCUTION. WIS EMILY FRKC1I HAJINE rteridrnc Etudlo 1U 1110 ' Ph Ult IRS. Tues. and FtU. Sit 11U st. N. 17 Oat-of-Town. EASTERN COLLEGE. Mansssus. Va Co-ed SOtn. Wash . nenr bulldlnss. col aca1.. dan ( music, ad., toe. ath. Pres. Itoop, Box Us. f 4 .Sx jiLssssssflssssssssHsst. i?" "iSr- ) s?tE Harris Ewtoc MRS. JOHN DOUGLAS GORDON, Formerly Miss Janet Monday. Her Marriage to Mr. Gordon Took Place Last Week. Mr.' and Mrs, Gordon Will Live in New York. Brilliant Company Meets L or d Reading At Davis Dinner The Solicitor General and Mrs. John W. Dals entertained at dinner last evening for the Lord Chief Justice of England and Lady Reading. The com pany asked to meet the distinguished iruests of honor Included the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing, the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane, Justice James Clark Mcltey nolds, MsJ. Gen. Henry P. Davison, of the Red Cross, and Mrs. Davis' sis ter, Mrs. P. Watson, of Indiana. near Admiral and Mrs. Frederic Robert Harris have leased their resi dence, 2340 Massachusetts avenue, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 13. Howard, of Philadelphia, who will take possession today. Admiral and Mrs. Harris have taken an apartment at the Connecti cut, where thty will spend the winter. Mrs. Harris and her daughter Flor ence have recently returned from Spring Lake, X. J., where they spent the greater part of tho summer. Mrs. Newton D. Uaker has gone to Cleveland, to remain for u few days. ; Dr. Fridtjof Nansen. head of the Norwegian special mission, has taken an apartment In the Brighton. .;. Dr. Harry A. Uirfleld, fuel ad mlnlstrator, and Mrs. Garfield have leased for the season from Prof, and Mrs. Arthur ltamsay the residence at 27U1 Fourteenth street. The house was built and for many years occu pied bv the late Justice Harlnn, of the Supremo Court of the United States. Mis Illne I Wedded. Announcement Is made of the mar riage or Miss Viola Mae Hlnrs, daughter of N'orman F. HInes, and II Franklin Fones. The ceremony took place on Tuesday, September 11, at 4 o'clock, tire llcv. Edward M. Mott, officiating'. No Invitations xrtre Is sued Following the ceremony a din ner nai served the neddlng part) at the Ualelgh The bride wore a blue tailored suit and picture hat of gray georgette crepe and corsage bouquet of Itrlde roses and orchids. Mio was attended by Miss Olive Hodge, ai mald-of- , honor, who wore a blue serge suit and hat of black satin and corsage bouquet of sweetheart roses The brM man was Mr. Raymond I). Schroeder. Mr Fones and his bride have re turned to Washington from their t honeymoon spent at O'd Point Com fort and In the vicinity, and are at ' their apartment at The Hygelan. -J. I Mia. Coxen la Bride. Announcement Is made of the mar-j rlage of Miss Olive J. Coxon and Frank O. Markward, Jr., both of Washington. The ceremony took place at '2 o'clock In the parsonage of Douglas Memorial Church, the pastor, the Re. C. C. McLean, officiating A number of relatives and close friends of the bride and bridegroom alUnded the wedding. :- Tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pearson, 11 DO Morse street north east, was the scene of an Interesting wedding on Monday morning at 10 o'clock, when Mrs Pearson's sister. Miss Amelia E. SlcKlm, of Rhodes llle. Va, became the bride of Wade' Ashley, of Worthlngtnn, Va. The Rev C C McLean, of tho Douglas Me mortal Episcopal Church, iicrformcd I tho ceremony. SOCIAL SIDE John Barrett Will Make Long Tour Through the West John Barrett, the director general of the Pan-American Union, will com bine official and social duties on a trip West which he Is now making. Ha left Washington Friday to attend cevefal Pan-American commercial conferences to be held with business organizations In the leading cities of the central West, and also to partici pate as best man at the wedding of Miss Marguerite Young, daughter of James Carleton Toung, of Minneapo lis, and Henry Howard Harper, of Boston, who will be married at tha bride's home on September 27. : Miss Elizabeth Deeble. who Is Wait ing In New Hampshire, Is expected In Washington on Monday to Join her mother and sisters, Mrs. W Riley Deeble and the Misses Dorothy and Margaret Deeble. Mrs Deeble and her daughters spent the summer at a camp In New Hampshire. Lieut. William Riley Deeble. U. a A who was graduated from the Military Academy In August. Is now on furlough and Is with Mrs. Deeble. .: Take New Home. Henry C. Hall, chairman of the In terstate Commerce Commission, and Mrs. Hall have taken the residence 2238 Q street, and will move from their present home In Nineteenth street early In October. .. Mr. Harry Low man will le. s town tomorrow for Chicago to islt her sister, Mrs. Charles Fitts. .;. Garry McGarry entertained at din ner last night In honor of his mother, who Is visiting here. Afterward the party occupied a box at B. F. Keith's. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Williams and Mrs. R. P. An drews. .;. Miss Va.erie Padelford. who has been absent from Washington since November on acount of 111 health, has spent the summer at Bass Rock. Gloucester, Max, accompanied by her grandmother, Mrs. Ordway. Next week Mlsa Padelford and Mrs. Ordway will go to the Muenchnlger Klng at Newport, where they will re main until October, and will then make a brief visit to New York be fore returning to their apartment at Stoneleigh Court. -t. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Browne who occupied the residence of Mrs. Ruth O. Brlggs In Edgemnor, Md , during the summer will come to Washing ton October 1 and will De at the St. Heels during the winter Mrs. Brlggs and her daughters who passed the summer In New Hampshire, will re turn to Edgemoor about October 15. 5 Mrs. William Dake Campbell, who passed the summer with her brother In law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Browne, at Edgemoor, Md., has gone to Petersburg to be near her hus band. Lieutenant Campbell, U. S. R.. who Is stationed there. Newbold LeRoy Edgar has come to Waahhigton for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Solomon an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Esther Solomon, to Martin Mendelsohn, son of Mr and Mrs Mendelsohn. Owing tn the fact that Mr Mendelsohn has been called to military ser lc there will be no reception a pret Ioust planned. Mr and Mrs. Solomon hat e moved from 90U Seenth street to the Sa ranac Apartments lu North Capitol street. . Miss Peaty Will WedLtStafford On October 6 Miss Marie Ahnlghlto Peary, daugh ter of Read Admiral and Mrs. Robert E. Peary, whose engagement to Ed ward Stafford, son of the Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia and Mrr. Wendell P. Staf ford, was announced last spring, has selected Saturday. October 6, as her wedding date. Mrs. Peary and her daughter have spent the week In New York, and are expected borne In a few days, when final arrangements for the wedding will be made. There will be a large wedding party to be announced when the invitations are Issued the first of the week. Mn. Emannel Ge T. Grerasb.r. Mrs. Judah L. Emanuel has left Washington to join her husband at their ncil home In Greensboro, N. C Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Somraers have returned home after passing the sum mer In Atlantic City. Mrs. Archibald Grac,e, who return ed to Washington recently from Bar Harbor; will he at home Informally tomorrow afternoon. Miss Edith Oracle, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar Adams at their country home on Long Msland, u suffering from an Injured knee and has been confined to her room for some days Her fiance, Dunbar Burchell Adams, is now In training at Camp- Upton. N. Y. Tha marriage of Paymaster P. Bry son Wood, TJ, S. N to Miss Julia Ran dolph Carter will take place this af ternoon at the home of the bride elect In Virginia. Henry A. Parr, Jr., of Baltimore, will be best man. Mrs. P. Bryson Wood and, her daughter. Miss Rose Wood, who are now living la Washington, and Mrs. Wood's son In law and daughter. Commander Wil liam. N. Jeffers, U. S. N., and Mrs. Jet ftrs, will attend the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Burrall Hoff man, of New York, will close their home In that city this winter and will occupy their residence, 1731 K street. In Washington. Mr. and Mrs Hoffman have four sons who have given up Important positions In the business world to enter active war service. Capt. Wil liam Wlckham Hoffman, the oldest son, and Lieut. Albert L. IToffmsn, tht youngest, are In France with the troops. Murray Hoffman, the third son. Is with the New York contingent of the new national army at Camp Upton. Yaphank, L. I. Another son. First Lleuu Francis Biirrall Hoffman, Jr., Engineers' Corps, u. S. A-, entertained friends at a farewell dinner at the "Rltx -Carl ton. In New York, last night and took them afterward to attend a perform ance of -Polly With a Past" at the Belasco Theater. Lieutenant Hoffman has received orders to report in France. Goes T. Auap.Ua. Mrs. Fred Dennett, who has re turned to Washington after passing two months at the Isle of Pines. Thousand Islands, and making a short visit In New York, has gone to Annapolis to pass the week-end with her son. Midshipman Rodney Ben nett. Mrs. C Grant Church and her little daughter, of Augusta, Ga.. are In Washington for an extended visit. "J- i Mrs. T. F. Schneider and her daughters. Miss Ethel Schneider and Miss Florence Schneider, who have been In Newport for the past three months with Mrs. Schneider's broth er, Capt. E. L. Beach, commandant of tho Torpedo Station, will return to he Cairo on Monday, after a week's stay in New York. SOCIETY AT NUPTIAL DINNER OF CANINES COLORADO SPRINGS, CoL, Sept. 22. The social elite of Miners' Row "pulled off" something original In functions for their set when a dog wedding was held at the home of Mrs. John F. Huckel and her sister. Miss 8 Ml Harvey. Rufus of Bulmer, a Pekinese span lei. with a pedigree as long as his body, was the "groom dog," and Dahlee Winks, chin-chin, was the bride-elect. Seventeen canine aristocrats were at table and barked comments on the bride-elect's costume. She wore a beautiful low-cut georg ette crepe with lace de la Valencien nes, the bodice cut Marie Antoinette, the whole harmonizing beautifully with a rope of pearls about her neck. The bridegroom did not wear many clothes, but made a striking appear- ace with a diamond studded dog col lar. The wedding ceremony was reau by Mrs. Huckel. ROUNDTOEE HERE ON PATHFINDING TRIP J. A. Roundtree, secretary of the Bankhead National Highway Associa tion, of Birmingham, Ala, Is in Wash ington today after a 401-mile automo bile trip from Greensboro. N. C, as pathfinder for a party of distin guished men who are to tour from here to Atlanta. Ga., November 1. Among those who will accompany him on the Atlanta trip In the Interest of the proposed national highway be tween Washington and Atlanta are Senators Bankhead of Alabama, Mar tin of Virginia, Overman of North Carolina. Smith of South Carolina, and Smith of Georgia, former Congress man T S. Plow main, two Government engineers, two distinguished citizens and a representative of the American Automobile Association. I. W. W. INDICTMENTS NEAR. Federal District Attorney Clyne. of i Chicago, visited the Department of i Jitiitlc today, presumably In regard I to tho crand Jury's probe of I W. W I anti-war activities. Indictments are expected to be handed down next neck FARMER IS FIRST TO DESERT DRAFT ARMY CAMP GORDON, ATLANTA. Ga., Sept. 22. Otto K. Brennan. fanner, of Ashport, Tenn is held In the guard house awaiting court-martial, charged with desertion. His Is tha first deser tion case from the draft army report ed here. Brennan claims to be a conscientious objector, and spends his time reading the Bible. Why wrapped bread is best: "Because it STOPS waste of bread'7 By JOHN E. SINCLAIR, Dupont Circle Market, Cor. 19th and Q Sts. N. W., WashragtoB, D. C. "A slice of bread a day In yomr family may be a small matter. Multiply this by millions and you have S. wasto that may mean national disaster. Buy the loaf that stays fresh the wrapped loaf." The above Unpublished In the Interest af food conservation by the General Bak ing Co.. bakers of Tht2 TlO'XA) fiutter-TCrust (The wrH liat) i' y Cburcb Hnnouncemente Preibyteriaa Church of the Covenant nVS OPEN EVERT DAT AND NIGHT. WEEK SEPTEMBER 3. Minister, CHARLES 'WOOD. SUNDAT. te U-Tiraiir afea'a Blbls Foraro. lllOO Memlag aerrlee. Dr. Woe. 148 Totmr People's war Time vesperss. In the, church. Orian. fsmlllar hymns. prayer. All young peoplo valcem. 1 1S-T-D0 Spsdal henr Supper, refreshments ror AUU TOCUO PEOPLE WHO COME. 7-O-T.U Jfusleal numtwrs. I.U-TJ-mss Bromley rsadie Mr. Tsrtlas Vaa Dyke reads Dr Van- Dyke's poems. T to-7-tS United chorus slnsiar. 7. 15-1-00-Musical redul In church. 8oloUts: Mr. Frea East, basso: Mr. R. Lorleberr. violoncello: Mr. H. Rakemalw, violin. 8vDO Third Special Soldier Service. Ads-res by Dr. Wed. Toplel "Eng- laad. the Lad of Law aad! Liberty. DensmiFr aad ParltaaUsa." WEEK DATS-MONDAT. typewriters want ed to do patriotic work at church. 7.X& to 11:0 this ono ersnlns only; TUESDAT, H:ffl a. ra Xmaa baas meeting: M p. in-, choral club for rounsr women; WEDNESDAY, I 00 p. m.. knlttlnr club for young: women; THURSDAT. T.iS, hymn slnglnr: S.-C5. prayer setTics; I , special hour for ooUleiv: FRI DAY. Red Cross aerrleo club for younr SATORDAT. Sept. 3. 1.09 p. in., thirteenth reception for solders and young women and men tn the city. Inflation general. Guests. Tweinh Fle'd Artillery. SATURDAY. Sepc 3.IH9. m.. fourteenth reception. Guests. Sixth Engineers. N B Second War Tim Communion, Oct H. 18 SO a. rx. In church- Purpose Is to help persons new to Washington Join Presby terian. EDlscopat. Methodist. Baptist, etc, churcn. Try to send for letters now Theosophy public Gestures Under the Auspices of the Theo sophlcal Society. TVa. If. leirmana !"- TTtl VTIJ ! Dean of Krotona Institute (Head quarters American oecuon oi us Theosophlcal Society), Los Angeles. CaL At TheoMPhleal Hall. 1Z1S H at. X. W- N p. so. Sunday. Sept. S3 -The no eusa Races la the Light af Geology." . Monday, Sept. H "Te ueveiop ment aad Use t rower." . .. n . V Tl-i ! Sly SIX. Iter, iiiwn .t.". Presiding; Bishop of the Old Catholic t-nurcn in tne xnfci x-iMo. At llaaoale Temple Hall. Sth aad F t. !i. W 8 p. i. Wednesday, svept. 3 "Man' Spirit ual Power and How They Axe Un folded." This Is Dr 'Wedg-wood!a only public ICLIUIQ 11. HWUHifcww Public Invited No Charge for Adtnlt- ace .UUKUUJ1. Christian Science First Church cf Christ, Scientist COWMBTA RO-.D AND EUCLID STREET. Serrlcea- Sunday. 11 a. lu. and S p. m. Suoject "HATTER." biuio-y school. II a. m. Wednesday own ing meeting 1 o'clock. Publte cordially ln rlted Reading room and loai. library. Wl Colorado building and 1X3 Adams Hill road N. W. Second Church of Christ, Scientist rlFTEFNTl AND R FT. V W Serrlcea: Sunday. 11 a. ex. and S p. at, Sjbject "MATTER." Sunday scnowl. 11 a. o Wednesday orea Inc meeting S o'clock. Publlo cordially ln-nted. Reading room and lean library. 01 Colorado Lwlldlng Christian CHURCH OF CHRIST. MASONIC TEMPLE. Eighth and r Sts. N. B. Bible study. 19 a. m Lord's Day. Ciniinmlon aenrleo. 11 a. as. Gospel Mission GOSPEL MISSION 14 John Marshall riare. IIKIIBEIIT W. KLIXK. SapL Meetings every nlcht In I he year. Kvans-e-lUt T. Slmasaeus and C. WhWrla-r. lrlce- and te rrlnon rr' Aid quartette of Baltlmarc Trill apeak and sine at H p. m. Mr. 4. II. Dond vrlll c-ondnet the 3Icn nitilc Clau thl fall CTcry Sanday nt Si3tl p. m. Woman lss. aellstlr Meetlng at 3i30 p. ra. Su d. Tonlahl. Testimony bcnlec, led by Superintendent Kline. NAMED TO DETERMINE ' TROOPS TO SAIL FIRST Secretary of War Baker today1 ay polnted a board of army officer. In eluding CoL Chauncey B. Baker, Maj Walter S. Grant, and Capt. Walter Wilson, to determine priority In equip ping troops for overseas duty. Colonel Baker la also chief of the embarkation division and his new post will give absolute authority aa to which troops will ba sent abroad. CoogregalioB&I ssinsMinaasBBBiaaBSBBasa Dr. Gordon's Subjects HSawlay September 11 A, M. "THE PASSING OP POPE, KING AND WAR RIOR.' The Inevitable Re sult of the Great War. 8 P. M. THREE GERMANS BISMARCK. KAISER AND CROWN PRINCE." Fint CoBgregatiesal Quick Corner of Tenth and G Street ?J"sssssssasassasssssass Episcopal CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY O. NEAR HOi STREET. REV. RANDOLPH H. ilcKIM. D. D Rectos 040 a. m,. Holy Communion. 11 00 a, m.. Dr. McKlm. . p. m., Blabop I i Khuorrtax, af rov.su. Orsaa recital at 730 p. m. t?. lrtta "-tlm prayers Wednesday and Friday at noon. Holy Communion Saturday, 3th. St. Mich ael. U a. nx. Hualeal and social entertainment for Midlers- and sailors every Saturday In lector hall at t p. m. Military service Sunday. JOth, at TJ0 p. ra. CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION I r,-n.MAS3;TK- Ala -h ST. N. W. . HENNINO NEL1IS. D. D.. Pastor. I Serrtces at and 11 a. m. and 1 p. m.. tie Rt. Rev. D. s. Tutu. D. D.. prestdlng. - v. iin -. a, uiurca m wo united States, will p-each at 11 m. and p. m. Baptist SECOND BAmST-4th and Va. Are. S. S. REV. H. I STEWART ANNOUNCES: At 11 00. "A DETERMINED V.OUAN AND WHAT SHE ACCOMPLISHED," and a S 00. THE BIBLE'S SMOOTHEST HAN" or "A I"" ' ououi)a jiv4iiwrts. begin ning Sunday, October 7, Mr. Stewart win per- onaux cimcuci special eTangeusuo meetings, assisted by the GalDralth Brothers. .Penasyl nnla's sweet st singers. Seats for 1.000. At tend 'The Church of the Royal Welcome." Tou ar Invited to ail sonic. Baptlaza erenlng. Grace Baptist ui na d sts. a. v w jju" Pastor r W Jabasoa 11-00 "Peace Through tho Blood." ?? Tho World' Biggest ypol." C Hex Swera tells A Washington man says: There are no good persons." It it truf t p. m.. Baptism. 11 a. m.. "God' Present Purpose " Centennial Bapt. Ch.. 7th -Lre n o Unitarian ALL SOULS' CHURCH, Cor. Fourteenth and L Sts. Hrt-ses G. B. Pirc!. D.D.. Minister. t 45 a. m.. reopening ef Sunday School. H-o) a. mn morning serrlce. rongregattoa worships with Church of Our Father UnJr tersallst. Reformed rT APFISth and O Sts N ,r. lLSlVrE. Henry IL Randc D D.. Pastor 3. S.. 10 II a, m.. Julnt Discovery." S o'clock. 'The Lord's Annotating " Universal ist CHURCH OFOUR FATHER 13th AND L STS N W Rer. John Van Srhatck. Jr D. D.. Pastor. (On leavo.) Revs Wm. Coudrn. Aotlnr Psstor Public worship at 11 a ra.. with sermon by Mr Couder. Subject. Tho Unitarians and the Ucberrallsta." Sunday school, s.tf a. m. Free kindergarten, 11 a m. Associated Bible Students Meet In Oil Masonic Temple. 9th anl ' sts lferean lllble study at 1 p. m. Also BlbVe stuJy st 70 p rn. Seats free. All welcome. Spiritualism ' The First Spiritualist Church "The Quick and the Dead" Lecture by ILo pastor Alfred H. Terry, Sunday, at S p m.. fo.lowed by spirit mes sages, at Pythian Temple, 1012 tth N. W. I Second Coor. All welcome. m i