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TMl 1esldet and Mrs, Mrding a mge ~ W.5IpbSthis of the Under NUN . and eor P. em tet f, hiowh have Assa at the White Rouse " and George B. , rtePreident'g seore Us, In Atlantie City the party the Rlts4brlten Hote. Upham, treasurer of tAe natial emimittee, and AWeMander Moore and Mrs. Moore iJinan Rusel). of Pittemurgh, will play boets. The return will prob aMb be made on the Maylower, and hesnt plan IS for the - W Vy tto pick up the yacht WIthin- 0 nSXtow dy bably eS$PewherS off Long isa . They are expected back In Washington awt Iday morning. "as -*nin -= !len aI Mrs. a gand Mr. Mrs V Feet took a long motor ide into the esntry, having the White Mouse abortly after dinner. DU'dMU the fact that the Presi dent in starting off for a brief and Uelated vacation, the tile ts definitely turning home ward. The Vice President and M Coolidgeare due back in Watin-n on Sunday. after hav. lag pn several weeks in New England. They visited Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stearns at Swamsoott for a time and have more recent 3y been at their home in North ampton, Mass. e -4. diplossats are also begin ning to show up in town, with their vacations behind them. The British Ambassador. Sir Auckland pfeddes. reached home today and will- be here more or legs perman. ently, although he may manage to elVp away again for a week end at - Dark Harbor. where !A Godes and the childreh will rufain until until Qatober.d I ) Cpt. Clarence J. Henry, of the 3ktish embassy staff. got back Thursday after spending the month of August at Glen Brie, the Hen derson cottage. And Mr. and MV.> Robert Leslie Cralgie, who are now at Bar Harbor, are due to re turn before the end of this month. Jeh Joyce Broderick, commercial counselor of the- embassy, and Mrs. roderick. who are abroad on leave, have set no definite date for their return, but they Awill surely be back befose the confer ones on the limitation of arma ment convenes. VE members of the Italian em bassy staff are also beginning to assemble after having been out of town on vacation. The naval attache, Capt. Piero Civalleri got back yes teday from Bar Harbor, where he has been for several weeks. Nobile Tomasso Asereto, third secretary of the embassy, has returned from (Conads and Colonel the Marquis di Bernesno. military attache of the em. basey. and Mme. Bernesso and Capt. and Mrs. Carlo Huntington will came beak shortly from New York, whore they came together to say farewell to Gen Badgollo, former chief of staff of tso Italian armies, who Is sailing for Europe. Capt. Huntington. who is assistant military attache of the embassy, has been traveling In this country with Gen. Dadoglio, serving as his aide. The counselor of the embassy, Guide Sabetta, an the contrary, has gone to Chicago far a few days and will take part In the celebration there of the 300th anniversary of the death of Dante. Melnm en VaCSeOn. The Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Andrew P. Mellon, will leave today for his summer place, Barton Lodge, Hot Spring. Va., where he will join his daughter, Miss Ailsa Mellon, and sun, Paul Mellon. Miss Olyve Graef to spending a week or two with Miss Mellon. .Yohn W. Weeks, Secretary of War, will leave town this afternoon for an inspection trip to Camp Bragg. . C. He is expected back in Washington on Monday. Mrs.' Weeks will re main at Mount Prospect, Lancaster. N S., several weeks longer. Albert B. Fall, Secretary of the In terior, who is making an Inspection tour of the national parks and other properties under control of the in terior Department, is now in Yellow stone Park. He will return -to Was~h lngton early In October. Mrs. Fail is at present at her home In New Meslon, She is arranging to come back to town about the samne time that the Secretary doe'e, and ,It is possible that he may be able to join her in Now Mexico for a few days belere coming Nast. Tho new minister of the Nether andeb Dr.' Uverwin, who was ex. pege in Washington about this ~Sa, delayed hbis eliling and is due * arrive Ia New York next Saturday. .1. Mayhew Walnwright, Assistant Secretary of War, who is ,with 'his fa~yat Rye. N. Y.. is expected In ~Yashington next week. The maarriage in Stookbridge today of Mise Louise Delano and Col. Sher weed A. Cheney, U. S. A., was an event of wide i and was made the eoassi %uuq etertaining. The ceremony WMproedat nen at Cergtonal Chrch by the Rev. Willa Wallace Fenn, deh~n of the larvard Divinity School at Cam M'Idge, Mass.. In- the presence of dim tInguished company of guests, and wsa lnewsd by a roteaat the hhmy, the mumnaer breof the .~lb~jent, Mr. and Mrs. Finderio Mrs, .Ateandei- G. Grant was ma tro dt baner And little Emss Irene p a, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delano 1telbins, was the flew or 'O061 Waiste d ' was best ,and the uerwre Miles. Raruisen, and inolided Dit ofe -Washington; J7. L. * , of Chieado: WillIam and Chshey, of beeth , Ona.; the mayor ot Bee MNr, ; A, Oat, of Be-i M?and dines E- Ouitand Ben ~n~kon, of New York. Aa entenive wedding trip wiltake his bride in C awhere he Mrgs, Dan were hostest might at a diner for hir daughter and her fiance estertaltng about thik ty4lve gem at their ben, the com pany including the wadding party and the relatives of the brid. and bride grom. Te Vhis Mrs Denby. Mrs. David D. Forger Vill leave to day for Pontine. Mioh.. to - visit Mm. 1dwin Deby. wie of the Secretary otf N f thr country homw Through its editor, J.. Wickhma 0eed, the London Times has leased the residence of Mr. and MS. M. Ml" Crenshaw, 1706 N street, for the period of the fortaoomil= 06nter once on the limitation of armament. and Mr. Steed will be domiled there while the I.*m.'* lain h tained a s n Paris, where mAny interesting entertainments wer Mr. Steed will an for Bngland today from Montreal. He will return to Washington In ?ovember, probably with the group of Britishdelegaes. Homer S. Cummings, former chair man of the -Demodratic national conm mittee, has arrived in Washington and is at the Shoreham Hotel. He has been in South America for the last two months. Graves Takes Apartbnent. Ralph A. Graves has taken possee sten of hid new apartment at 1516 K street, and has with' hin his mother. Mrs. Agnes D. Graves. of Georgia. who arrived last week to spend the winter with her son. .-A Miss Jamie Hearin ailed this week from New York for an Indefinite stay abroad and will visit In France and Belgium. Miss Hearin was acompanied to New York o Monday by her mother. Mr. Jam ynolds, who went up to bid her daughter farewell. Mr. and Mrs. Gainae GwathmeY. of New York. were recently guests of Mrs. owathmey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallach, at their farm near Warrenton. Va. Before her mar riage. Mrs. Gwathmey. who was Miss Edith Wallach, spent a great deal of time In- Washington with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury Blair. -4' Miss Natalie Magruder has left WiI liamatown, Mass., where she atteniled the Institute of Politics, and ist17 guest of her sister-in-law. Mrs. -Joh Holmes Magruder, at Marion, Mass. She plans to go thortly to the Adiron dacks to remain until October. Mr. and Mrs. Henry White have as guests at Ehni Court. Lenox. Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Aibert Gallatin, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Iselin. Mr. and Mrs. John Magee, Mrs. Goodhue Livingston and Charles Hayden of New York. -4 Raymond T. Baker, director of the mint, returned to Washington Wednes day after inspecting the United State. mints. in San Francisco and Denver. Randall Magner has returned from Watch Hill, I., where he spent several weeks with Mrs. Hagner and their children. They. will remain at their cottage until the latter part of this month. Miss Margaret Harding will pass the week-end with Mrs. George Bar. nett and her daughter, Miss Anne Gor. don, at Wakefield Manor. Huntly. Va. Miss Josephine Houston. soloist of the Secpnd Church of Christ. Scien tist, Is spending her vacation with Miss Mary Apperson, of Marion. Va. Miss Anna Breitenstein. of the King-Smith Studio, is substituting in Miss Houston's absence. Sparrow4-Sumers. Washingtonians have just jecelved word of the marriage in Baltimore last Wednesday of A. T. Sparrow and Miss Alice Summers. Mr. Sparrow is manager of the Strand Theater. Miss Summers has a wide acquaintance among the younger set of Washing. ton. After an extended honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow will make their home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Abe J. Cohen. of 2528 Twelfth street northwest, will be at home Sunday afternoon in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniver sary. Miss Beatrice M. Ward has returned from Bar Harbor. Hosck-Batucci The marrieg of Mtss Lillian San tucci, of Oak Terrace northeast. Brookland, to George Hoosiok, of Cal. forna, took p lace at St. Anthony's Church, Brookiand. Wedneeday even lng at 7:30 o'clock, in the presence of a large gathering. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Aloyslum. of the Monastery of Brook land. Followin the services a reception for about 26guest. was given at the home of the bride's mother. Miss Genevieve sntucci, sister of the bride, wasn maid of honor, and Mr. Connell was best man. A large number of friends of the bride were present from the United States Patent Office and Forest Service. Mr.'Hosuiek ad his bride will spend their honeymeon at Atlantic City and wWI make their homne in Brookland. Mrs. Howard AWker gae an is formal dance en Thursdy evening at her beautiful horne ja -tiwerth, D. C.. in honor of Miss Mary Dlu lener, of Fisherville, Va., who is a guest of Miss Bleanor .frgnetof East Capitol street. Amo.the Vet were Miss Gladye Waker~ Blem. Mnor Jrshe, Miss B ',Smpom Messrs. Wilhias 1. Jorgesen, G. Beauhne, J. Alexander, C. Hasher, Mr. Jamasson and Mr. Taveman. Miss Kolner will enter Rfdih Macon College on September 15. Irs. J ms.Mrs. Brewn assisted the a 's inreceiving. Mrs. Dien Kerr. of Washington, spent part of this week in Warrenton the.guaest of the M BDarker. Dy Aede Ye COast. Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Flshmani of this city are tourig by automobile to. Clantornia, where they Intend to nkke their home permanently. They left here Labor flay. Mri. and Mrs. Fihman are very wenl known In the Distrist, where as has bees I Cbui Notes of th o CONg Dy" wil be ob served tomorrow at the Vermont Ave nue Christian Church in recognition of the young people who awe going away to coU r are coming to Washlngton to study. The pastor. Rev. Dr. Earle Wiltley. will preach a ' sermon In the evening on "rning the Bridge*." The sub_% af his mon ermon will be *The Gats ofthe Ingdom." At the service of the Sunday School the representatival of the school who attended the recent convention of the Disciples of Christ at Winona Lake, Ind., will give reports of the conven tion. - A leadership training school. for workers in Sunday Schools and Chris tion Endeavor societies is announced to be held at the Vermont Avenue Christian Church in this city from Monday, September 26, toFriday, ep tomber 30. Instructors m United Christian Missionary Soc ty at St. Louis will conduct classes each eve ning, beginning at 4:16. with an Inter mission for dinner. No enrollment fee will be charged and the school will be open to all church workers. The Rev. Dr. J. W. Smith, D. D., of Philadelphia, will preach tomorrow at the 11 a. m. servios at the ew York Avenue Presbyterian Church. This is Dr. Smith's second Sunday in the New York Avenue pulpit and the last of the summer appointments. Regular services will be resumed next Sunday. Dr. Herbert F. Randolph will tomor row occupy the pulpit at Foundry M. E. Church for both morning and eve ning services. "A Godly Inheritance, A memorial frestimony to Rev. B. B. Ia," will be the subject of the Su night sermon at the Ninth Street Christian Church by the pastor. Rev. George A. UMiler. Dr. Bagby organised the Ninth 8tre~t Christian Church and was its pastor for fifteen and one-half years. At the morning service the subject. S PIRITUALIST THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH, * Lecture by the paster. ALfRED H. TERRY, Subject: "SPIRIT VOJCES." Followed by spirit memages. "And as he journeyed, he came to Da. maseus. and suddenly there shined 'round about him a light from heaven, and he fell to the earth, and heard a voice maying. Saul, Saul. why permecutest thou me? And the men which journeyed with him stood speecbless. hearing a voee. but smee Ing as man."-Act. 11; S. 4. 7. Sunday. 3 . m., at Pythias Temple. 1013 Ninth at. N. W., amend floor. All welcome. CENTER OF PSYCHIC DEVELOPMENT. MRS. JANE S. COATS. tTe4 Kilbourne N. W. spiritual reading daily. Appoint spent by Pbene. Col. 0 $1. Spiritual Science Church of Christ 1103 14th et. . W. Sunday evening. Septenber 11, at I O'clock. divine service. Lecture by pastor. Mrs. Jane S. Coates. "Whht We Gals by Developing Our Peychte Forses," followed by spirit meage and healing serviee. Thursday. September 16. at I p. in. MESSAGE CIRCLE. Astral demonstration. small admisseion at door. CONGREGATIONAL First Congreg Tenth and G Jason Noble F AN OPEN LETTER:-. A university professor and argument. The man of sciene thing as luck, but maintaIned had nothing to do with It. H life were the same for bad peol the other hand, maintained the that there was a spca Provid of good people. Te argumei enough both men quoted Seri words of St. Paul in Romans Il "And we know that all th them that love God, to them1 him purpe." But ImmedIately the man second verse of the ninth chap "All things come aie to righteous. ana te the wieked; ti unclean; to him that maerifiet not." It certainly was a hard da3 into the back of his auto which His wife telephoned him that whooplng-cough, a policeman ori him ordriving too fast, and a went to church but playted goll for first place in the golf toal of it all, tho deacon was an og The question Is, which of ti deal with this subjet ver f o'clock -under the ,bet "Wi SUNDAY On Sunday evening at T:8 Edward Haeller, will give an de cent Bischoff Memorial Organ. ta3Mjr(First Mevee sefrae r'el'e.. ... At th o'clock servioe ints. a iacesermon on the theu - tpect not evey one will what I lnk an henset, intelli intracles, Acts 13:10 tens us that w P.terto escape from prison, -At and eodgeS theyom Did you ever ses an iron Honestl, doeyou believ....nev am optimist as to the willinglies to open the doors of opetnl stuck fast That is why Ihu 3very one should have his there. A inest cordial invitatie to these without a church hoe 'cb 1nn( e Churches of the sermon wit. be, "The Great Convention." Dr. Miller was president of the International Conventionof the Disciples of Christ that elosed lost Sunday at Winona Lake, Ind. He will tell ofthls eonveptiea, which was one of the largest and et ever held by this . There were over three registered delegates present. A District Conferenee of the Inter national New Thought Allianee will be held at the New Thought Temple. 1814 N street northwest. toorrow at I p. In. Mrs. Uva -. Williams, District president, will speak on "True Coop erati." All members of the I. A. and friends are requested to be present. Rev. Luchs C. Clark. D. D.. secre tary of the Washington Pederation of Churches, will pteach at 11 a. In. to morrow at the Eastern Church on "Coeperation." In eve ning at 7:45, Rev. Thomas T. Macewen will preach on "The Harvest." "A Man Delighted a Woman" Is the subject of Pastor E. Has Swem's Sun day night story at the Centennial BAp tist Church. The morning subject is "God Hands Me to Myself." Mr. Swem passed hls vacation at points on the Atlantic coast and Pocono mountains. James L. Wilmeth. chief of tho Bureau of Engraving and Printing. iill be the speaker at the Lincoln Park open air meeting tomorrow aft. ernoon at 4 o'clock. Those In charge promise good music, an inspirational talk and a general atmosphere of good fellowship. The Rev. James Z. Freeman. D. D., rector of the Church of the Epiphany. ESCOPAL NATIVITY A 1: a U LL FATM Y1. 20. S. The Resurrection Tuesday morning at 7. Church School at 9:15 and 9:46 a. In. T'UN CATHOLIC UPISCOPAL CHURCH EPIPHANY 1117 0 8t N. W. A Chureh Home for Strangers Hearty Services Practical Preaching 8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion. 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School. 11:00 A. M.-Morning Service end sermon by Dr. Freeman. - 6.00 P. M.-Young People's Service. ,g:00 P. M.-service and Sermon by Dr. Freeman. We Welcome You and Your Friends St. Stephens Church 41Ti 14th at. N. W. REV.-GEORO DUDLUNT. D. D.. Reeter. REV. PHILIP A. DALOS. AesIstaat. seRV1C35: T:36 a. m.-CelebratieS her cemmentes. 9:0 a. M.-Church Ncheel. 11 a. m.-Hely oemmuntee and 0eme. 8 V. M.-UvesinS praer. 8mimes. The recter will pVeet at woth "rvoes. CON4GRGATINWAL ationalChurch Streets N. W. erce, Minister. September 11, 1911. Io hureh deacon were having an conceded that there was such a that a person's releutt beliefa stated that the experIences of ,le as for good. The deacon, on .1 they were not the same, but lence always at work In behalf it waxed warm. and strangely sture. The deacon quoted the :28 lge work together for good to ho ar, the called aecordtag to i science quoted with glee the ter of Eccleslastes: at: there i one event to thm heo anda cean. ad to tim for the deacon. Somebody ran e-had left at a parkin rpaoe. their youngest child had the Qonnectient avenue Interviewed n irreligious rascal, phbo never all day Sunday, beat him out nament. Nevertheless. In epite tmist. me two men was right? K shall rankly Sunday morning at -11 m God Enters." NIGHT. i'look. our organist. Mr. Harry a recital en the new magnifi R. pr wia . be ...follws. ..at.................i..er .................... stuu edately f.Uowing I hapreh e, **The Iron Gatens" agree with the sermen er with ent Christian oqa believe about be an angel was helping St. d when they were past the first - nothe iron gate that, leadeth gate el otIts own aecord? - ? me confess that I am iand pwrof Goed to help you ty which sometime seats to be S like you to hear this maessage. own chureh home and weI t is eatended to siensgah to worship with us ea Senday. RoriryArsNNS. I uncceme "0 hms ON* GPM*" the smmer ft to. main, In har.- .t to Congregation there. returns o Washingten today and will preach a Epiphany Churcb, Sunday at 11 L . m . - At the "Special" Daecutive Commit tee Meeting of Columbia Federation at Baptist Tonng Peoples Unions, which was held at the United Cafete rla, on Tused, eptembr5, new of ricers were elected as follows: Record kig secretary. Miss Mary Baurman, rifth Baptist Church; city rntend ont. Junior . Y. P. U.'s. Miss Leona McMurray. First . Ckureb; publicity ages. Ja*tes eing, West Washington Daptist Church. The first "Fall" mneeting the Co lumbla Federation of BapIt Young People's Unions, will be held at Im manuel Baptist Church, Sixteenth and Columbia Road. on Tuesday, Heptember 20, 1 p. m. The Sunday School teachers of piphant Church will meet on Thure fay evening of next week in the Par. lob House at 7:45. Dotn Sunday Seonnt start their sessions the first Sunday In October. The Council of Junior work in Epiphany 'Parish meets on Tuesday evening to consider plans for the coinIng year's work. Important plans are 'to be considered for futhering the Junior work in all departments of the Parish. The children of St. John's Orphan. age, who have been spending their summer at Arlington, will return to the ty next'week to prepare for the MR cho term. The capacity num be' Is in attendance at this home for ehildren. which Is under the direction of Ulster Cora and her associates. The regular monthly corporate communion of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew of Epiphany Parish will occur Sunday week at I a. m.. with a fel CMRSTIAN PASE VIEW (CUMAN CENVUCE Park rd. eaet rf Georgia &ae. WALTER r. SMITH. Minister. It a. m.-Preaching. 'A Most Eacellest 4 p. m.-"Our Plea.' 9:30 a. B.-Bible scheel. 6:45 p. m.-C. a. Seelety. NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9th and D Streets N. E. GEORGE A. MILLER, PASTOR. Merniag service at it 'eleek-Subiet: "The Great Ceavestes." Evening borVis at T:46--SebJect: "A Godly Iaheritanee-A Memorial Testimemy to Rev. U. 3. Daghy." Bank blde.. 1406 G st.W. By apmypotmeat VERMONT ,AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH VVSMONT AVE.. NORTS OFr N 5T. REV. EARLE WILFLET, LL.A. Paser. 9:45 a. ms. -ible scheet. Elton A. Goawer. mpew tp srmen e Ii . ,u-MelI~t'Ski, mme.by paster m 'Te "at"e of the sigdem." I p. ineMryi1eONepo.srmn by th '. - Toug peoples tea. T P. m.-C. B. msaun ThurAday. 4:4 p . . veeper *rayer NETUODIST ISCOPAL Hamline Methodist Episcopal Church Ninth and P Streets N. W. Sunday School Service at 9:30 o'clock. Morning -Service at II :00 Evening Service at 8:00 Rev. H. P. FOX, Minlkter, will preach at both Morning, Evening Services. UNION WESLEY A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 23d Near L St. N. W, E. D. W. JONES, Pastor Morning Service at 11 o'clock; Communion. Evening Service at I o'clock. Rev. E. D. W. Jones, pastor, wil Otffiite at beth servloes. 6p om?1141 ,60il Whe Reelgrom maesgvea healtae Presteae am aIene ii Giy 5e~n..~ .amh.... .mp~nk te .. nte an -.. h resks for -lalte the" .D. Proeoman wi gOve a tal~ k op some pr-atta subot at fellowship breakfast. These ,ath~isuhav grown Wn nterest and Rev. Jason Nole Pierce. of the First Congregational Church. Tenth and a streets northwest, has adopte4 % novel means of anouncing to marrows religious services In the Oerm of a letter which Is to be found In The Times advertising col upas. Many who read the letter will undoubtedly desire to attend the sorvices The District of Columbia Chris tian Endeavor field day celebration at Berwyn. Md.. on Labor Day was a success from every angle. In spite of Oreatening weather, a large crowd of enthusiastle Eadeavorers was on hand to participate. Vice President Snyder of the District Union had a full program of gantes, contests, etc., which occupied the entire afternoon. The box hupch supper we served late In the afternoon. supplemented with hot coffee furnished by the leul societf. In the evening the monthly union meeting was held at the Berwyn Presbyterian Church. Frank L. Midd n, men's Bible class teacher at rth Presbyterian Church. gave the address of the .ve nling. The shield awarded to the society lAPTIST Centennial Baptist Tth -ed lBr et. R. . E. HEZ SWEE, Pastor. 'A Man DeD~Ited a Woman' I p. Mn. Co ad betiul Sdlteriumn trsorr;e oemilertabloe hair. (me lke theh) S1a. M.-"*God Roe a to MY "It. Centosalat Deptiet Church. seventh &ad 11e al70 e. Z. BIOG3NETICS F Sarmeaet by 0. I. . .. Life in Perpetuity Tet-Jer. 21:, "Beheld. I set be. fare ye the way of We and the way of death." * My plans to cease from this ser meadiag role. are weekly frustrated by some current event which carries it isarticle In Ltry isl discussing a togic from the isi , aks. D We V Some years igo my Chrisila enesl MOies were L*eed by an author who advocated the feasibility of phydeal immartay. And from that. a "beatifual elemdmsip" developed, in somuch, that, had be net ded, his last dollar would today be available for our S. IL F.preg ia But this mda e utee that we might ever survive, in a way. were we proto.oons; yet. as humans, we persbb fron e..plawity of drue tare-the philosophy of wbdeh peots late repels me. since I note that com plamessmakes for pem"an.ey and rounded sehiarity. where Nature's lawn are not Ignored. and overri0den. we find is practically in Altho space forbids my elaborating why we die, I can positively affirm what Is far better worth while, to wit: 2w I have liearned the secret lof eehe succeeding gemra owin VeWi-d 2am free to con fes that I can detect no ne of demereatlen between this alluring prospet and eventual hemertalty in the flesh! I possess, furthermore. 8m00 a set to *arrant this ateust 1ag declaratism - which, incidentally, e'in the oinof our familiar . B. F @egan. - s-s Infinite Poten It is the eyto human perfectS bllly-potental perfectien itself! It is a gleresefc of Iee.mpe.-ble 'nil other comnely. For years now, I have quietly af firmed the approach of a new, or greatly modified, theology; yet no one has cared ever to allude to this Item. A hazy foreshadowing of Its outlines are here disclosed. And in the Digest, likewise, comes the well-dissected query.,4 the Pabie etle to Science?" to which I can give a st emphatic, eategori cal answer--that the proposition is a plain fifty-my oee f hasaen ature! How absurd t4 suppose that an igunent farrier-one Harvey by name-hold know anything about an alleged eiretate ionlfeMod, when his dense Intellect couldn't even dis orn the earcaem In the Latin and Greek epithets which the haughty bihrwof his day hurled at him! ,t again, note the lealousies in war, which have eutweighed patrist lent, humanity, everything, lest qvel dateer General's strategy should es meed that ofargtrgraduatet But to make'the "issue more per emel and direct, take our own case Igtheo today: Were my, mental equimentflondering under the h aep. of sundry much-coveted iies and dereafis that of the avergacceied scent, aese of lbhrsWould be actually d. peigfor our wares-eve. thoeigh thywere permeated with but a Mthe of thir present essential mtult. I have the meet conclusive proofs poe~ fthe accuacyof allta ! aee-hence this eeo'ace. Tet why must ceelsso often emanate fromt such 'unweileme esutes? And the sternal pity is that It cause so many nmiflsn--in' the present case, surely-to need. Isemty, yes, and criminefty, to peih? How true -the words of Esee: "The esoelleney of knowledge is that GBNETIC POUNDATION Delaware AvuufonSeaeffc Buinag. ~RISTIAN SCIENCS Pulpit 1 a.ing :, ' :s te"w ,f Olomb~~p~ want to On ..ptembw 4 Mrs. s C. yslop, et the Church et the COve nat boieere the Mos Emis Fanny A. Kmoaimoc of this city. .ahal sumbn t lscturer. ha. reened from a I e in .outh AAim= aud kill at Pyth Temple toinefrw afternoon -at to the local waders of the niovement. 3M Eob lech'. tour was snet suncesful. Mer lectures at Johannesburg. ne Tern. Durban and Parhtown. 2111% as tnany other amanier towns, were Rt t by large and 0r esentative The District C. X. Union is phased to announce that .K. Gard ner. ot the Luther PWae Memorial Chtu hasemeented to take charge cc lno's miionary work. Mr. camman Rime Christian Science Church er Chrls, Satlet. Branches of The Mother Church, The 94t(rroh of Chris. Soles gist. I a Ma . aseread ~m3 t som" Ohereb of Obrh. bla"@La N. g. Maaoale Teple. Sth a" I w*Of Chits' 80100111Ld asueTmple. ISMh and Now York ave. row*~ Cch *I Chrild SsAwis. The Arcade. 14th ad Park re. subjest: "UBEANCE." SERVICES: Sundar. 11 a. M. &ad I p. m. SUNDAY SCHOOL-11 a. In. WEDNESDAY XVENING MEET. INGO, I o'clok. ZRADING ROOMS: Colorado awe.. 14th a" a owe. Nors Is to 0 (Wed., I to T. and Sum. and bondays. 3:30 to 6:30). 1736 Columblia road N. W HRa. to to 9 (ecept Wed, *V*.. Susdays sad holidays). " o . at'el.t. nours, 2 to 2:30 to 6:30 and holidars). The Areado. 14th ad Park rd. (ass *" floor). 10 to &:" week days; also I to - P (except Waddls. days). Hdpers fro 'Psan In Home Not In Church" In State In AUl Things i FIRST ST. AND BAN .THE See Revelaties 13:12.Gd Sep.-I sW HO ISu W 5 Gearume IS a Ceuve weuer In Me o"S er - d wen .a. eles"sa e lterl is u= ,P=.wor esr est ?Wed.V .ve 2;;1. at . |' = *e "'* brsnt e ~stiplaoe for work 110 a="e c Yew. CARDINAL CALLS NOME REAL CAPITAL OF WORLD -uHAx, Sept, se,---The Vatimn must .be oensidered met on titerns. Useel ewh. aebred raa in *t *w l-uob"st Mk- i a POWli address here todaY. ,nhd world must conW-r Italy n the s.d cuntry t I .r a&" Rome the. univervl capit sa be. OeWse the Fopgreldes there.* I Urne~-ts Y. M. C. A. ola Park Meeting, Sunday, 4 P. M. 27 Churces Cie.Oprathi Speaker, :ames U. WIlineth Chief. Bu. Engraving and Printing Come and Spend an Sour In the. Open Air The Bahai Movement A oordlal InvUSiS is extended th public to attend a lecture given by Miss Fanny A. Knobloch, on "Independent Investigation of Truth." Miss Knobloch, a vivid, eloquent lecturer, has just returned from an ez tebded teaching tour throughout South Africa, and will give an account or her experiances there. 3:30 TOXORROW AFTERNOON, Pythian Temple, 2nd floor.. 1012 9thst. N. W. WHO beleog. to the Lvor Jesus, oanet go to war. i121 Reverence Obedience Truth - Creed but Christ State but Church Cash but Character ree Courts Flag Constitution Charity 00oL'H PLACE N. W. 666 Petnte Out the Great Couterfelt. GUILTY?* est Nette, r. a mlest sceieb.