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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1918.
: 15IRL HERE LEARNS TRR CITY'S SdCJAT, $TPRA2U. E CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH NOTICES Christum Science Christian Science AIM J OF HER BROTHER'S HEROISM AT FRONT The gallantry of her brother on French YitUeBtlda Is causing Miss Theresa Sweetser. 1SI Newton street northeast, an employe of the Couritll of National befenae, great happiness today. Her brother. Lieut. Theodore Higgins SweeUer. of the medical reserve corps, Vnlted States army, has been recom- ' mended for the British military crxas for conspicuous bravery- Although his home Is in Minneapolis. Minn-, Lieut Sweetser spent his last twenty days In this country here in Washington visiting his sister. He went orer In August, and was attached to a British regiment His conduct In the battle of Cambrel caused special mention of him by the British authorities. It was his gallantry at the battle of P&schendaele In danders on March 13 past, which brought the tec- bmmendaUons for a cross, however The British official citation says that Lieutenant Bweetser rendered valuable -and gallant assistance to more than fur 'jr gu cases, and continued to do so even after his two noncommissioned o.Ti fltru had succumbed, although suffering himself at the time. He also saved the lives of a. party of soldiers when a. gas shall burst before a dugout by forcing tabes and respirators Into their mouths and applying gas mask dips to their noses. Lieutenant Sweetser is twenty-four years old, and was graduated from Co lumbia University. Miss Sweetser was graduated last June from Trinity Col Je. but has recently been doing war srorlc here. "kmTESFORPRMING , INCREASED $2,394,143 Owing to the great increase in pub, 'He printing and binding, due to the war, the Public Printer today sub tTnltted to Congress, through the Sec retary of the Treasury, supplemental estimates for running; the Govern ment Printing Office through the next fiscal year amounting to 3:1,394,143. These estimates are additional to the regular estimates, which were .submitted some time ago. Included 'Jn them are 19,560 for salaries In the office of the Public Printer; $31,500 for payment for holiday work; S:,S3TJJ2 for printing and binding; mad S1BJ60 for salaries In the office) of the superintendent of documents. Public Printer Ford, In a. letter, re tn to the Increased work of the of noe and the necessity for Increasing the estimate previously presented to Congress. Mrs. Wilson Views Parade War Workers Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who went to Philadelphia today to review a parade of more than 25,000 woman war work era, was accompanied by her social secretary. Miss Edith Benham. They will return to town this evening. The parade is under the direction of Mrs. Barclay Warburton. Among those on the stand with Mrs. Wilson will be the Governor of Pennsylvania and Mrs. Martin G. Brumbaugh, the Mayor of Philadelphia and Mrs. Tbomaa H. Smith. K. P. Passmorc, and Mrs. Walter S. Thompson, chair man of the woman's Liberty loan com mittee for Philadelphia. Headings to Be Garsts. Mrs. E. H. G. Slater will entertain a large and distinguished company at dlnrler this evening In compliment to the British Ambassador and Lady Reading. Last evening Lord and Lady Read ing had guests to dine with them at! the embassy. The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels, who are In Boston for a few days, are expected back In town on Monday. i A ! Congressman and Mrs. Medlll Mc Cormlck had an Informal dinner party last evening, taking their guests later to the play. Mme. Lux Mendez, daughter of the minister or Guatemala, will return to town tomorrow after a short trip to New Tork. The marriage of Mme. Mendez and Paulo de Godoy, formerly of the Bra zlllan embassy staff, which was set for April 24, will not take place until the middle of May. llr. Godoy. who has been In Brazil on leave, was pre vented by a change of sailing dates from reaching this country In time for the wedding to be solemnized at the earlier date. .cv mm&' W ' ... ... JWBJ v"B&-jBHt mmi jz,! - vmmmmmm aH ir &r-aEjCS "tSPrPfi " " Jessv5Lwasswr sswfl jm ifw .:: -ir v Tyv,: b. . sr . zn m fSPsv- v- ' "" . r -.v , r&ig'&fci ti he. Lansings Make Week-End Visit To Richmond Wm prove a revelation to those vthooBeitfiarthenrst time because gfitsabsolate parity, delicatemed fcation, refreshing fragrance and upei -creamy emollient proper ties for preserving, purifying and beautifying the akin and complex ion two r3 in one .U one price. Ob rising ana retiring ameer the (ace with Co ttoara Olatmat,wssh elfin five minutes with CKlssis Scap an hot water, sales; plenty M Seas, best applied with the hands which it wftsos sroossrfslly. ana eotlaue bathing wtth Seas) two salanUs. For frse satsple el tsa,Otaunat and Talcna Htt: Co J era, oot ja. Boiton." Everywhere at xso. The Hon. Malcolm Arnold Robert son, first assistant secretary of the British embassy, and Mrs. Robert son are being congratulated on the birth of a son. Donald Struan Robert son, on Saturday. April 13. Before her marriage Mrs. Robertson was Miss Gladys Ingalls. She Is the daugh ter of Mrs. Melville E. Ingalls. Assistant Attorney General and Mrs. Wllllam-C. FItts will have with them next week their daughter. Miss Harriet FItts. Miss Fltts is playing with the company which Is making a tour of the camps and cantonments In "Here Comes the Bride" nd which will play at Camp Meade next week. Asubaaaader Visit Baltimore. The Italian Ambassador, Countoss dl Cellere and Countess Agnese dl Cellere were honor guests at a lunch eon given In Baltimore today. Capt. Silvio Resnati, of the Italian Royal Flying Corps, who drives the giant Capronl plane, waa also among the truest. Mme. Lacombe. wife of Captain La combe, of the French high commis sion, entertained at the tea yester day afternoon. Preston Gibson, who has recently returned from France, where he re ceived the French Cross of War, has begun a liberty loan drive, speaking at Washington Thursday, and leaving A. 4-! ?L;il& mm&sgsgs, MRS. JOHN A. LEJEUNE, Wife of Brigadier General Lejeune, U. S. M. C, commandinc officer at Quantico, Va. Mrs. Lejeune is vice chairman of the committee in charge of the Hostess House at Quantico. Fashionable Folk Son of Congressman View Performance of Merchant of Venice Washington society. Including-many school girls and lovers of Shakes peare, attended the performance of the "Merchant of Venice,"" given at the Belasco Theater yesterday after noon for the benefit of the American Military Hospital No. 1. In France, and George Washington University Hos. pltal here. Sirs. Waodrow Wilson, who headed the list of patronesses, occupied a box, having with her Mrs. William Olbbs McAdoo, Mrs. William IL Boiling and Miss Bertha Boiling. The performance, which waa ar ranged by Mr. and Mra. R. D. Shep herd, known on the professional stage as R. D. McLean and Odette Tyler, was a most artlstlo one and a financial success. Mr. McLean In the role or Shylock gave a memorable performance, with Miss Tyler playing opposite him as Portia. Mra. Maude Howell Smith. who was Nerlssa. and Miss Imogene Falrchlld, the Jcsslco. are others well known In the professional world, who wore In the cant, and both played with distinction and charm. The other members of the cast were prominent Washington amateurs, among tbem Alexander Hunter Gait, brother.tn-law of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who put real feeling for comedy Into the part of Launcelot Gobbo. Other Dor Holders. Other box holders were Mrs. Breck inridge Long, Mrs. Edward R. Stettin lus, Mrs. Stlmson Brown, Mrs. Alex- Glass Will Marry Roanoke, Girl Announcements hate been received here of the engagement of Miss Rla Blnford Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De Los Thomas, of Roanose. Va.. to Lieut Carter Glass, Jr.. of Lynchburg, now stationed at Camp Forest, Ga., son of (Congressman and Mrs. Carter Glass. The wedding U to take place In St John's P. E. Church, in Roanoke, the first week In May. St. Paul Girl To Be Bride. The wedding of Miss Bernadette Marie Ryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rvan. of St. Paul. Minn., to Lieut. Hugh Thomas Carter, U. S. AV yesterday for New Haven, where he anaer Hunter uau. airs, uews iiioa wlll speak at Yale University In be- getVMrs. Wlllard Saulsbury and Mrs. half of the loan. He Is showing his Joseph Thropp. extraordinary pictures of the French , a group of society girls, assisted front and the trophies, which he took by as many officers, aold programs. Geasdae Codfish, per lb lie S esuta Moneaaey Valley Bsutar Cera XI IS Iko. TVUta Potato tOc Bed Kliney Beans, per can.,..15e Osm Powder Tea. per lb 5e Label Coffee, ner lb 2Se riser Cat. vap. Peaches, per Is . .......,...,. ....... .Se L&rz dl. Pnuui, per lb lOe J. T. D. PYLES STORES from killed and wounded Germans. Mrs. Arthur Wlllert. accompanied Liberty Dance at Dewey. A. Liberty dance will be held at the Dewey Hotel, 1330 L street. Sat urday evening. The patronesses are and between the actB passed American flags down the aisles for voluntary contributions. These Included Miss by her young son. will go to- Atlan-J Gladys Hinckley. Miss Denya. Miss no uuy toaay tor a lorinignt-a stay. Mra. Frederick H. Glllett, wife of Congressman Glllett. has returned to town after a short visit to New York. Juliette Janln, Miss Alys Downing, Miss Catherine Hill, Miss Elizabeth Walmsley, Mis. Cecelia McCallum, Miss Mary Graham, also MaJ. A- Du pont, Capt. Henri A. Constant. Capt. F. Trlves. of the French military mis. slon; Capt. John Greenleaf Darragh, U. S. R. C; Lieut- Georges Desml tere. Count Humbert de Lledekerke. Beaufort, M. Jean de Lostalot de Da- choue, of the French military mission; I Mrs. William K. Carr, Mrs. George H.i paymaster Robert Bonnell. U. S N, Bhlbley, Mrs. Luman E. Morgan, Mrs. ana Lieutenant Crow hurst. V S N A George A. Lewis, and Miss Margaret! CoL John Temple Graves made an 'Cannon. Mrs. Eva May Butler will1 Interesting talk on war work, appeal 'be hostess. I lng for contributions. will take place on Monday In San Antonio. Tex. Miss Ryan and her sister, Mrs. Thomaa M. Brennan, have been the guests of the bridegroom's mother. Mrs. Thomaa H. Carter, widow of Senator Carter of Montana, for several weeks. Mrs. Carter, her sis ter, Mrs. Thomaa J. Walker, of Butte, Mont., and her son. John Galen Car ter, accompaned Mrs. Brennan and Miss Ryan when they started for San Antonio on Thursday. Lieutenant Carter Is stationed at Kelly field No. 2. in Texas. Benefit To Be Rotable Oar. The performance of "Nothing But The Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing are guests of Mr. and Mra, Albert Billings Ruddock at the eoem- try estate near Richmond, Va., which they have recently leased. They will return to town Sunday evening or .Monday morning. Since taklnir dos session of their place In the country, Mr. and Mrs. Ruddock have estab lished the custom of spending each weeK-ena mere. . The patriotic celebration at Memo rial Continental Hall last evening was one of the most Interesting events in connection with the twenty-seventh annual Contlnetal Con gress of the Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution. The floor of the house is reserved for the delegates to the convention and Washington daughters, but the galleries were thrown open to visitors and were crowded, many notables being pres ent Mrs. George Thacher Guernsey, president general of the organization, presided over the meeting. The speakers were Bishop McDowell, -of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who maae tne invocation and benediction: Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, honorary president general; John Barrett, di rector general of the P.n-Am.Hr.n K Union, and MJ. Gen. George Barnett, Sam rnmmanrtant n? & - -. .. w. .,q .jisi.uc corps. The Marine Band played and a de. llghtful feature of the evening was the singing of several soprano solos by Margaret Taylor. Mrs. Taylor, who has a sweet, clear soprano of consld rrD.e range, gave "Adieu Forets' from Tschaikowsky's "Jean d'Arc,'' ..u group of lighter songs with charming effect. Her personality la appealing and her songs were greeted "" ciiuiusiasuc applause. VmiIi XT a . ..tv: .::. .az'Lna- ?n?.- w" iT . " ot tne Republic, and Arthur S. Wltcomb, who gave a cornet solo, were also well received. . ftallaa Refugees' Brseflt. An exhibition of an official Italian war film never before shown In public will be given at the National Theater, Sunday afternoon. April 28. at 3 o'clock, under the auspices of the Holy Cross Academy, for the benefit of the Italian refugees. Prof. Vlt torlo Falorsl will given an Interesting lecture to explain the pictures. Ther have been shown In private once or twice under the auspices of the Ital ian embassy, and have roused consid erable interest among those fortunate enough to see them. The box holders for the event are Countess Macchl dl Cellere. wife of IV1EN ARE CITED FOR BRAVERY IN FRANCE Forty-two Americans of the United States Army Ambulance Service with the French army, have been cited by France for bravery, it was learned to day. General Pershing forwarded a list showing that some of the man had been wounded In action, some bad shown unusual bravery under fire, and In practically every case had hauled out wounded men Under the most try. lng circumstances. The list follows: Private Carson S. Ricks, awarded war cross and military medal after belnar mn wnnnrf.w4 .a i...n..li,t. him for further service; Private Way t apau.uina;. awarara war eroMB ana 1 military medal; Private Albert S. Strehlke and George W. B. HartwelL cited for unusual braverv and cool- ie. i-r.vaics tvmaia ttwartiey. euro- merfield Baldwin. Edward Klrdland. James E. Moore: Private Charles B. Cummlngs. badly gassed; Privates Stormont Matthews and Frederick C Payne, Insured safety of wounded men aurlnc Intense bombardment: Sergts. Newman Ebersole and MIlo a King and Private Alfred Skinner. bravery during the most perilous mo ments of battle; Lieut. E. T. Drake and his section. No. 648, who showed "absolute disregard of danger" In evacuating the wounded over a shell- swept road: another order elves these men the right to wear the Fourrager ribbon: Private Charles Kendall. Pri vate Joseph Brown, Lieut Robert L. Nourse. Lieut Henry Blbby. Corp. 4-eroy G. Clark. Merchanlc Harold A. Stewart, Privates Allen E. Leas, Em erson R. Miller, John B. Vandarbllt. Peter U. Mulr, Lieut Joseph R. Green wood. Lieut Allen D. Kinsley. Lieut Otka P. Dobes. Privates Arthur U. Crosby. John F. Fltzpatrlck. Robert E. Graff. Richard Duel, Ripley Cut ler. Arthur P. Coe. Walter IL Wls tran, John H. Wood, James T. Jone.V. Richard IL Becker, jr.. Charles V. Tompkins, all cited for various brave acts. Men of Section SIT. under Lleuten ant Dobes, were called out for duty at an advance post at 4 o clock on the morning of February 23 during; a French attack and remained on duty until noon the following day, while seven of the ambulances stuck until the following night A FREE LECTURE ON Christian Science By Francis J. Fluno, C. S. D. Members of the Board of Lectureship of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., at POLI'S THEATER Sunday, April 21, 2:30 P, M. Under the auspices of First Churjch of Christ, Scientist, of Washington. No Collection. All Welcome. PLEASE NOTE THE HOUR Congregational M Hi JHTMMja.JH''8l m f a is3 Congregational TICKET FOR LOAN the Italian ambassador: Mrs. Thomas . waisn. Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock. Mrs Richard Townsend. Mrs. Thomas F. Logan. Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis, ana -urs. josepn Madlgan. A camouflage carnival for the bene- ni ot tne war reiiel fund will be given at the Eighth Street Temple on Wednesday evening. May 1, at 8 o'clock. Booths will be erected, and many novelties will be Included In the program. The Catholic Women's War Relief, of which Mrs. William O. McGee. Is chairman, will give a tea dance at the RALLY GOOD TILL SEVEN FORTY-FIVE the Truth," with William Collier as! -"orenam tills afternoon for a num- uwv ui aoiuier ana sailor guests rrom SS3 It's Better to Have The Times Delivered at Home More Convenient More Regular And Cheaper The TIMES will be delivered to you at your home, Daily and Sunday, for 45 Cents a Month a cent and a half a day. There's a TIMES route right past your door, and one of your neighborhood boys is building a business for himself by dependable service. Tell the boy you want The TIMES, or phone or write to The TIMES' Circulation Department. Phone Main 5260, or Write The Washington Times, Munsey BIdg., Washington the star, which will be given Monday evening at the Belasco Theater as a benefit for the Girls' Friendly Society, promises to be one of the most Inter esting social events of next week. A box has been reserved for Mrs, Wood row Wilson. Others who have taken boxes are Mrs. Edson Bradley, Mrs. Marshall Field. Mis Helen Lee Jones, Mrs. Edward Ileal e McLean, Miss Klb bey, Mrs. Charles Houghton Wood, Mrs. Wlllard Brownson. Mrs. Paul Warburg, Miss McDonald. Miss Rer trade Myer, Mrs. F. n. Moran, Mrs. John C. Boyd, and Mrs. Thomas IL Stevens. The patronesses are Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Mme. de Rlano. Mrs. Newton D Raker, Mrs. Josephus Daniels. Mrs. Frank L. Polk. Mrs. William Phillip, Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, Jr, Mrs. George Barnett, Mrs. Marshall Field Mrs. Joseph Lelter, Mrs. Charles J. Bell, Mrs. Edson Bradley, Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns, Mrs. John I.lndsey More- head, Miss Gertrude Myer. Mrs. Clar ence Edwards, jlrs. Theodore F. Jew ell, Mrs. Barrett Browning, Mrs. Hen nen Jennings, Mrs. Henry Rae, Mrs. F. B. Moran. Mrs. John L Saltonstall. Mrs, Bernard Baruch, Mrs. Paul War burg. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mrs. William Riley Deeble. Miss McDonald. Miss Helen Lee Jones, Mrs. Thomas Bowers, Mrs. Royal B. Bradford. Mrs. Walter Tuekerman. Mrs. V. Everlt Macy, Mfa Henry Cleveland Perkins. Mrs. William Cary Sanger. Mrs Thomas T. Gaff. Mme. Christian Hauge, Mrs. William J. Boardman, Mrs. LelRh C Palmer. Mrs. E. L. Vourse. Mrs. Charles Wood, Mrs. Rob ert R. Hltt. Mrs. Alexander Maekay Smlth. Mrs Marshall Orme Wl'son. Mrs. Charles C Glover. Mrs John R. Williams. Mrs. Arthur Lee, Miss Anna MrGowan. Miss Josephine Davis, Mrs. Robert Fisher. Mrs. William C. Rives, Mr. "lysses R. Grant. 3d. Mrs. L. J. Lewis, Mrs. Charles Hamlin. M'. Rice. Miss Mabel Boardman. Mrs. Wlf lard Browcson. Mrs. Charles Warner. Mrs. W. I Chambers. Mrs. Cary T. Grayson. Mrs. Shands, Miss Mary Gu-ynn. and Mrs. William Holland Wllmer. . Mrs C L Wootten and Miss Kath arine Hlnton Wootten will entertain t tea on Sunday afternoon nt their "me In Columb'a road for Mrs. Sheppard W Foster, of Atlanta, the the Naval Training School, the Army Medical School, and the American University camp at Quantico. The chaperons will be Mrs. Hannla Tay lor, Mme. Calderon, Colonel and Mrs. Charles Carroll Waleutt. Commander and Mrs. T. C. Hulme. Mrs. Henry Ashurst, Mrs. Margaret Pepper and Mrs. Coughlin. fr Delightful Heme Concert. At the delightful concert of the Fri day Morning Club given yesterday at the home of Mrs. Samuel E. Wlnslow, wife of Congressman Wlnslow, of Massachusetts, the hostess played an interesting group of DuUh song, ar ranged for violin. Mrs. Helen Corbln Helnl gave two groups of piano solos of Lisit. Chopin and Derbusy. She gave a Grieg Noc turne as an encore. Miss Katherine Lee Jones, of the National Cathedral School, sang several French songs. .J. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff Smith will entertain at dinner this evening at the University Club, taklnr their guests later to Keith's. The marriage of Miss Florence Ma tilda Coumbe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson Coumbe. and Lieut. Richard Gibson. Jr.. U. S. A.. will take place tonight at 9 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, 1112 L street. The Rav. George Charles Shears, of Virginia, who Is an old friend of the family, will perform the ceremony. The attendants for the wedding In clude Lieut. Joseph Zimmerman as best man, Mrs. James ICempton, of Maryland, matron of honor, and Miss Doris Coumbe, young daughter of Major Arthur B. Coumbe, a cousin of the bride, who will act as flower girl. There will be an Informal re ception after the ceremony, and a buffet supper will be served. On the completion of their wedding trip. Mr. Gibson and his bride will make their home in Erie, Pa., where he Is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Watklns, of Washington and Alabama, an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter. Miss Mary Lindsay Watklns, to O. W. ooodloe. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ooodloe. of Nashville. Tenn. I Miss Watklns and Mr. Goodlon went to Baltimore today accompanied by Miss Watklns' sister. Miss Minn . Final arrangements were com pleted today for the Liberty loan rally of the Chamber-of Commerce, Board of Trade, and Merchants and Manufacturers' Association, In Liberty Hut tonight, when Secretary of War Baker Is to speak on his recent trip to the battlefronts of Europe. Col. John G. Capers, chairman of the committee In charge, announced this morning that through an error In printing, the tickets state that reservations will be held only until 7:13. The time should have been 7:43, he states, and all" reserved seats will be held until this hour. On the platform tonight with Secre tary of War Baker will be the Liberty Loan Committee of the District, the officers of the three trade bodies, and past presidents qf the trade bodies, and the officers and crew In charge of the British tank Britannia. If the weather Is so cool tonight as to make beat necessary, arrange ments have been made so that the bulldlne can be promptly heated. Colonel Capers states. 'WMmmzmimimmmimmmimmay Hundreds Present Daily" R QUIET TALKS by MR. S, D. GORDONJ First Congregational Church, 10th & G N. W. 3 (By Courtesy af Trustees) 8 EVERY NOON 12:15-1 :00 SHARP 3 SIX WEEKS APRIL 8-MAY 18 INTERDENOMINATIONAL. THIRD WEEK S Sfenday. April ZZ-Th Finnish Geld Story, a Carefully Verified Med. erm Miracle.' H Tuesday, April 23 Temptation, a French Waterloo or aa English," Wednesday, April 3 -Tlakt Corners mat Ilew ts Get Oat." E Thursday, April S3 "Can a Unman Will. th Stlffeat Jointed Thlac There U. Be Chanced Fairly Thraqxh rrayerr f Friday, April S6 The Real Gist or frayer. Taklnjr Ont of the E- emys Hand What Has Been Brought Back by Jesus Blood." Saturday, April 27 "One of the Old Masters of Prayer On, His Knees." ISCome In When. You Can" jl (Slip Out When You Musts Last Three Weeks. Apr. SS-May 18. Twice Dally, Iil3-li00 Jt 94U3-9&0. B UsTtmiatKis.'aTirMTnsTre.Ti. Christian paence First Church of Christ, Scientist, Of Washlnttan. Colombia rd. and Euclid st. Second Church of Christ, Scfentat Of Ws.htastoo. litb and R its. N. W. Third Church of Christ, Scientist Of Washington, li Jackroo place. Subject: 'Doctrine of Atonement' FERVICE3: Sunday, 11 A. M. snd if H, BUNDAT SCHOOL-lst snd ad Churches. XT A. M. In! Church. f. A. It WEDNESDAY EVENINO If EETOTQ 1 P.'jf. . READINO ROOMS Colorado Vds . Htb and O t- Hrs.. It ta t. fWod.. 11 to 7. and Sun.. 2M ta 130). isas Adams Hill rd N. W. Hrs. IS to s tome Wod. era.. Sundays, and boUdays). la East Canltbl st. Hrs. IS to 1 lumi SnaiUrs ul holldarsy. s Christian CHURCH OF CHRIST MASONIC TEVPLE Etxhth and F SU. N. E. Blblo stuCr. 19 a. m. Lord'. Day. Communion service. 11 a. m. Dr. Gordon's Subjects: Sunday, April 21 11 A. M. "The Kaiser and the Turk." 8 P. M. "Gerard's Fa- mous New oook on Kaiserism." Tlr. Gordon's print oil sermon ss Will Christianity SBrvlvef will b distributed at tfce morning; serv-lee. First CoDgTefalfonal Chorea Corner of Tenth and G Streets Northwest D.C. MEN ASK TO PICK MINIMUM WAGE BOARD Asking a chance In the provisions for the wise commission In the Keat-Ingr-Trammell minimum wage bill for the District, the board of governors of the Merchants' and Manufactur ers' Association has forwarded to Congressman llllllard and Senator Hollls a statement Indorsing the bill In other respects. The board of governors officially Indorsed the measure, but asked Con gress to change the commission clause to provide that one member of the commission be appointed by the Consumers Lea-rue, one by the Mer chants and Manufacturers' Associa tion, and the third by these two. Methodist Episcopal CALVARY On Columbia Road, Between 14th and 15th Sts. N. W. JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY Minister. Blblo School at :. Dr. Frank A. Horns- Car. Superintendent. Public worship at 11 o'clock, with sermon by tbe minister on THE LIFE OVER THE LINE" Epworth League at :. Sermon lecture at t o'clock by DR. 1IONT COUERT on "Is the Republic Safe and the Liberty Loan Drive?" its seats to tn people, open ta the evening at 7-Ia Salvation Army TUB SALVATION ARMT Industrial Roma for Men. 121 Pa, are. nv., mestlnrs: 8wi H:W a, m.; Taurs., 7J0 p. m.. Climbers Lsssruo: Tuts.. I p. m. Phono Main HB. a Lutheran CHRIST " Jrsy avenue, tnts-tea J. F. Wtncn.ll. Pastor. Services, n a. ra. snd S p. m. Sunday School, tso; Bible Class. JO a, ra. 1-3 Chorea doers to FINAL RITES HELD FORJOHNaKEENE After a long Illness, John G. Keene, a llfe-Uong resident of Washington, died Wednesday at his residence in shepherd road. Brlghtwood. He was In the shoe business and waa affiliated with several fraternal organizations. Burial was In Ilork Creek Cemetery. Mr. Keene was the son of Prof. James R Keene. and he Is survived by his widow and two sons. James A. Keene and John E. Keene. both In the army, and a daughter. Miss Dorothy Keene! TJnele Sam la today tnr quartermas ter of the world, llr Is playing- the san. square, and evpeets every Amer. Iran lo do tbe same. 11. C. Food Ad- "ilnUtralnr. Unitarian All-Souls Church Corner 14th and X. sts. t'l.TBSES G. B. riERCE. D. D. Minister. 0-13 a. m. Sunday school; class for the remparstlTo study of rtlldon and Emerson Study Class. 11 a m.Morn!n; Berries, sermon br tb nv Ssmusl A. Eliot, of Boston. Mass. There Is also klndtrgmrttn during the hour of morning worship. t p. m. Utwral R.llgtons Union win bs st homo to young people. Prof. MJLRCTX MORAUD. of the rtsnea nigh Oommlulon. will dellTsr an address, sis subject being "TIm Svtrlt of Traces During the War." All weleom e Z Baptist Second Baptist Church, h and Virginia Are. S. R, REV. HOWARD I STEWART. Pastor. .tJ''-"MT BOXTW OR A SOIJHER'o SCARS OP HONOR." T.C. baptismal sorv Ics. and 9. sermon on Mason's famous storv. THE FOUn FEATHERS." or "HOW A SLACKER REDEEMED inMSEU " The CALBRAITH BROTHERS, staging evan gelists, will sing s number of their stir ring songs st both services. Seats for LOOT A hearty wsloomo awsits yon. Corns. l-!t E. Ilea Swam tells: "Why s Washington man waited M years to become sCnrbtlsn. p. m Baptisms. Free chain. Swera's songs. 11 s. m.. "The favorite sin prevent ed." Centennial Bapt Ch., 7th Eye n. s. ! Bahai Movement Bahai Meeting 3124 11th St N. V. Sunday, 3 to 5 p. m., Wednes day, 8 p. m. Sermon for Satur day, "The Center of the Cov enant." 1-20 Subject. "THE SPLENDOR OF OO.D ' Studio Hall. ITS Connecticut avenue. Suaday creeling. I.1J o'clock. 1-1 Pentacottal Wesleyan Pentecostal D ST. N. W.. BETWEEN Jrd Uh REV. 0. B. IIOSLET, Pastor. The Gospel Trio of Baltimore wtll sing st 11. 1 V) and The offering Sunday night will go for LIBERTY BONDS Come prepared to make it large. Y. W. C A. YW.C.A.,"619 14th St. Vesper service, 4.30 p. m.. In charge of the Bunlness Women's Council of tbo As soclatlon X-20 Socialists Socialist Committee on Informa tion, 811 E Street N. W. "The People's Government in Russia" A lectcrs erolilnlnr the Bolihenic aamln- lstrstlon by a member of the Russian Duma under the Tsar. The lecturer was silled by His Majesty for work In the Revolutionary Morement for the OYerthrow of TsarUm. Sunday night. April :i. Socialist Hall, til E street N. W . o'clock. Lecturer sill explain the Soviet. Central Executive Committee. People's Commissaries. All-Russian Concress. land "confiscation. socialisation of Industries "repudiation of national debt." Soviet foreign policy Auspices Socislln Commlttse on Informs tlon. Jo Other Services A TL vice president general from 'ary Watklns and Miss Jean Camp ll'enrgla I i 1 - - - weiicate. nerv ous, run-down people In two weens' time In many Instances. Used and hlcMy endorsed by former United Htates Eenntorx and Members of Congress, well knuwn physicians and former Public Health officials. Ask your dnrtor or drugglstabout It bell, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Ed ward K. Campbell, and were marrK quietly at noon In the Kplscopn I'athedral Church by the Itev. Arn Smith. There were no attendant Miss TVatklns was married In a travellnc Suit of navy bluo tricot with turban hat to match, and carried r bouquet of violets and sweet,hear roses Mrs. Owen Lewis, of Baltimore en tertained the wedding party at brenk fast, and Immediately afterward they left for a short weddlmr trip. On their return will be at home nt the Portner apartment, on Fifteenth street. Xo Invitations were Issued. Bright Eyes Indicate buoyant health. When the eyes are dull, livernd bow els need regulating. Quickly restore healthy conditions with a dose or two In time of BEECHAM'S PILLS LsrssH Sale of Any MsdUtss b tks WseU, JeUevsrywkere, UbeassilOsaSs. Spiritualism the nnsT RpmrrrAi,iST cin-Rfii. "Dreams and Dreamers" lecture by the pastor. Alfred II. Terry. iinJay at p. m followed by spirit mes - st pythlsn Temple, ICi: Kb L N. W 13) S Rl'NnAT KVKNINO AT . O'CLOCK m-'v n t.rii. ii-riiv ttKl test medium, wtll holJ his meeting In I i-i.i..n riAi-L th n.l K Streets .S W ;iv spirit mesffascs and answer questions K.HiitlMg dally In his studios at tr halt 1-S 1VIIT vn ARE IV rim Willi" I-etnrr y MN. Ih U Ker hnw. Smulny, April 11. S p. m nt Thro. ophlrnl llnll. i:t II Mlrret n. n. Iublle In vited no admittance charge. Cellectlea. Theosophy &$& Edwin Markham ponT Anther """5,p,rj"5Sjgs-"Dj'jsB flfc-j-EsterP Tjaaswssssswl r sa-KfKPiasa-s. sswf'WVrswsswH The ja5; SS'jBBBBBBsH EltJ ' 2-Jlsss0 with PjSiWM Tne StsSn& BnVwsswaassH Free addresn Snndny etenlns:, April 3t nisbt ,o'( lock Church of The- New Jcruialem llxteeuth nnd Curcornja. SUBJECT "Swedenborg, Herald of Freedom. EVERYONE WELCOJIE