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HARDING were entertained at dinner last evening by the der tof the House and Mrs. Oil h. Thee were twelve in thaeom the afternoon Mrp Harding attended the conos -laginska recital-at the National eater, which brought out a notabe Sudience. THE Washington branch of the American Central Committee for Russian Relief, Mrs. Robert Lansing, president, ushered in its third Mason yesterday with an open meeting at the Russian 1Cm bassy, 1,121 Sixteenth Street. As shown in Mrs. Lansing's report, and by an address of the Princess C.antacuasee, the, work of the Washington Chapter is meeting with most gratifying results with relief in clothing, food and money, all reachipg the destitute refugee of South Russia regularly and with reasonable promptness. While the work of sewing and knitting has continued all through the sununer, It is urged on all friends of the movement that an increased effort be made in the present season, when clothing is pas scarce as ever. The Central Cgmmittee, of which the Princess Cantacusese is the head, has moved its offices to Washington and will co-operate with all chapters from the capital. The committee has received from JRussia several large boxes of dec erative handiwork, metal, wood and embroidery, which will be put on sale in the next few weeks n an effort to earn more material, that the workers, gentlewomen and peasants alike, may continue their henge industries and gradually k back to a self-supporting ex itnce. Mrs. Edwin Root, who returned to Washington for the meeting; Miss Sheridan, who succeeds Mra Livingston Farrand as Treasurer of the Washington branch, and its wery competent secretary. Mrs. Sherman Miles, assisted Mrs. Lansing. All friends of the move ment are invited to meet Mrs. Lansing any Friday morning at the above address. The Russian Ambassador, Boris Bakhmeteff, has established his residence in the former imperial embassy. This will not, however, interfere with the relief work, as two large drawing rooms are given over for this purpose. -4i To Entertain For Hughes. The Secretary of State and Mrs. Hughes will be entertained at dinner tonight by the Argentine ambassador and Mme. LeBreton, who will have a company of distinguished guests to meet them. On account of the tragic death of Premier Hara, of Japan, the Japan ese ambassador, Baron Shidehara, has postponed the reception he was to have given tonight at the Shore ham in honor of his country's dele gates to the armament conference. The Brazilian ambassador, Mr. Alen car, is in New York, a guest at the lRita-Carlton, where he will remain un til the early part of next week. Mr. Sebastiao Sampaio, commercial attache, who has been in New York to attend a convention, returned this adorning. The Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. Wallace have visiting them Miss Marian Tennock, of Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Tennock was a classmate of Miss Mlary Wallace, at Vassar. Mrs. Fall Returns. Mrs. Albert B. Fall, wife of the Secretary of the Interior, reached Vashirigton this morning, coming from her home at Three Rivers, N. X., and has joined Secretary Fall nt Wardman Park Hotel. -i4 Mmne. GTroulteh, wife of the minister of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, has joined Dr. GJrouitch at the legation here after spending the greater part of1 the summer abroad. Sir Drummond D~rummond Frazier, Thritish banker, and Lady Drummond 'razor, who have been In this coun try for two months and were recently zu Washington, sailed yesterday for England on the Olympic. Col. VIctor Vidal, military attache of the Spanish'* ambassy, and Mine. Vidal *nd Mrs. Price Collier, of Tux edo, were also passenger, on the Olympic. Thomas Nelson Page, sometimea American amhassador to Italy, has returned to Washington andl is it present at the Shorehanm. Mr. Page proposes purchasing a place in Vir ginia within easy motoring dlistance~ et Washington, as a permanent home, ihe Virginia estate whIch he now owns being too far away. Vlscountess laircourt, who has 'oeet' the guest of Miss Mabel Btoardman for a few (lays, has returned to New York. Lady liarcourt, a niece of J. Special Eight Course Dinner Salon in Hotel Hadleigha 16th and V Sts. N. W. JEAN EL Piuer I M an, is the chairman of the a ea r of tbe American Red Cross. Mrs. Creomwell Dreaks entertained t small company at dinner last oven lag at her hasse. on Massacbusetts oveas.. T Tea For CoRds. Mrs. Truman Newberry and Mrs. Charles E. Townsend, wives of the Mantors from Mickhan. will be at borne this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Newberry, in honor of the girl students from Michigan at the va rious schools in and about Washang ton. The wives of the Congressmen from Michigan will assist the host... in receiving. Navy ReMe Ball. Mrs. Denby, wife of the Secretary of the Navy, will head the receiving line at the Navy Relief Ball on Thanks giving evening. November 4. The ball will be given at the Willard. Through the courtesy of Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeunne, commandant of the Marine Corps, the Marine Band will play. alternating with the Navy Band, loan ed by Capt. John H. Dayton, com mandant of the Navy Yard. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Moreton Frewen Gage, who have been in this country for a visit to her father, former Sen ator Henry F. Ippitt, sailed for their home in England today on the Olympic. Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Raby will pre sent their daughter, Miss Lady Jane Raby, to society on December 1 at a tea to be given at their quarters at the Navy Yard. Miss Raby is in col. lege, but will take part in the festivi ties for the debutantes during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. John A. Lejeune, wife of Major General Lejeune, commandant of the marine corps, will be at home infor mally on Mondays during the season. -+ Commodore L. E7. O. Charlton, air attache of the British embassy, is spending a short time in Virginia. Arthur Yencken, third secretary of the embassy, left yesterday for Phila delphia, where he will attend a foot ball game. -- Miss Lillian Merritt Thompson, daughter of Mrs. Douglas Thompson, and Miss Virginia New are among the Washington girls at West Point to attend the Military Academy-Notre Dame football game this afternoon and the festivities afterward. Mrs. Gifford Pinchot has gone to New York for a short visit and is at the Ambassador Hotel. -+ Mrs. William F. R. Hitt is at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York, for a few days. Since her return from Europe she has spent most of her time at her country home near Mid dleburg, Va. -+ Mr. and Mrs. John C. Letts and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Guthrie, will be at home tomotrow afternoon at Ayelawn. -+ Sir Arthur Willert, of London, is at the Lafayette for an indefinite period. Mrs. Oswald F. Schuette will be at home informally tomorrow after noon in honor of her sister, Miss Margaret Moran, whose marriage to Edward Kyle, of Boston, will take place on Tuesday. William Kyle, brother of the bride groom, will give a dinner party on Monday for the bridal party. -4 Miss Ida M. Tarbell, who will be the guest of honor at the College Woman's Club on Monday afternoon, will speak on "The Follow-Up Work of the Un employment Conference." Mrs. John E. Walker will preside at the tea table, assisted by Miss Alice Matthews, Miss Emma Sirrene, Mrs. E. F. Burchard, Miss Sarah Ambler, and Miss Emily Cook. The tea will be from 4 to 6 o'clock. and the mornbers of section 8, of which Miss Martha Dobbin is chair man, will act as hostesses. Artists Honored. The November memorial tea hon oring Thomas Sully, the early Amer ican portrait painter, and Washing ton Irving. the great American au thor, will he given this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Miss Byrd Mock's studio in "'The Watch Towr" on Capitol H-ill. F1-anklin Barber Clark. thle noted artist, who has just completed a portrait of Daniel Webster. will give the address on Sully. Mr. Clark's work is well known in Europe. whore he ,joes from ime to time to fill commissions. He is a pupil 'of the old French master, ljugereau. Mrs. liarriette Gunn Roberson, president oif the Rotb~rson School of Personality, will dve 'he talk on Washington Irving and will read from the "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "The Alhalnbra by Moonlight." Dr. W. E. Safford, norresponding smcretary of the Arts Cluh, will also speak. Mrs. E. H. ('lark, pianist. will r.kay several numbers on the piano. Miss Marie Clgtiide Redfern,. foun der of Penwomen's Magaine. will pour tea, assisted by a grouip of girl scouts. Miss Steele Wed. The marriage of Miss Virginia Maz' shall Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Steele, and Capt. Thomas Eugene Bourke, marine corp. U. 8. A., of Quantico, will take place this afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, 1555 Monroe street. The ceremony will be performed at 4:30 o'clock by Chaplain B. N. Niver, of Quantico, and will be foellowed by an infornmal reception. The bride, who 2v11 be unattended, will be given in marriage by her father, and will wear a wedding gown of ivory satin made on simple line.. with a tulle veil arranged cap-fashien and held in place with a wreath of orange blossoms. She will carry a houquet of bride roses showered with lilies of the valley. Clyde. Rourke, of Huntington. W. Va., brother of the bridegroom will be beet man. The living room where the cere mony will be performed in decorated with palms. and white. .,ry...... numns, and killaney roses will be used to decora the dining resa Imimndisaly after the reeepin Captain Bourke and his brie will leave for a wedding t4% north and will mail on Noveber , for ato Domine, where he will be stationed for two years. Among the guests from out of town hre for the wedding are Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Bourke, party ts of the bridegroom. Mr. AiMrs. Harry Bourke, Miss Alma Bourke and James Bourke, all of Baltimore, and Benjamin P. Steele, of New York. -f Mrs. GaMrt's Tea. Mrs. Louis Napoleon Geldert will give a farewell tea tomorrow after noon at her apartment in the Marl borough. in honor of her sister. Mrs. Juliet M. (ioodenow. of Wardman Park Hotel, who i. leaving Monday for an extended visit to Man Antonio. Mrs. Goodenow is originally from Michigan, so Mrs. Geldert will have receiving with her a group of Michi gan women including Mrs. Patrick Henry Kell , Mrs. Jennie Parker An drews, and Mrs. Deane Childs How ard. Mrs. Frances de Krafft will pre side at the tea table, assisted by Mrs. Harold Allen and Mrs. Richard W. Ellis, daughter of Mrs. Goodenow. Among the guests will be the board of governors of the League of Ameri can Penwomen. The first of the children's paper chases of the Riding and Hunt Club for this season took place this morn ing, under the leadership of Mrs. W. Sinclair Bowen, G. 8. Bulkeloy, Mr. Duncan and William Carter. The run started from the club and after ward the field returned there for a hunt breakfast. Among the children riding were Lila Roosevelt. Winifred West Sid ney Neale. Nell Thoron. Lillian Man ger. Mary Vance. Barbara Hight. Phyllis Hight, Mary Camo, Mary Palmer. Ellabeth Hart. Tommy Leiter. Mary Helden, Helen Gary, Florence Meyers. Persia Myers, Ed ward Curl, Billy Mather and Wil liam Burton. The United States cavalry and ar tillery troops stationed at Fort Myer will give a horse show at Fort Myer on Tuesday night, one of the most spectacular ever given at the bar racks. Col. and Mrs. William C. Rivers will entertain guests in their box, and a distinguished company will be in cluded in the audience. Among those to occupy boxes are Minister of the Serbs Croats and ilovenes, and Mme. Grouitch. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. James G. Harboard, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Charles 8. Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, of New York, guests of Dr. and Mrs. Grouitch: the Secretary of the British Embassy and Mrs. Leslie Craigle, and Col. John G. Quekemeyer, aide to General Pershing. -4 - Mrs. Theodore Tiller, president of the District of Columbia League of American Pen Women, has announced a program of particular interest to the musicians of the city and to every member of the organisation, on Sun day afternoon, from b to 7 o'clock, at the national headquarters, when Mrs. Ralph P. Barnard, contralto soloist, will sing a group of songs. Mrs. Ith.+a Watson Cable, composer and con-crt pianist, wife of Congressman Rhea, who also will play Mrs. Barnard's ne ompaniment, wrote the songs. Mad ame Hugli will be another guest o, honor on this occasion, singing a group of the folk songs of Switzerland and telling the story of the people of her country, and explaining the origin of the songs of her people. Another artist, a member of the league, who may be announced for Sunday will be Miss Elsie Janis, playing in Washing. ton this week. Mrs. Francols Berger Moran will pour tea on Sunday, as elated by Miss Roberta Bradshaw, Mrs. James Monroe and Miss Byrd Mock. -- Twenty-nine tables have been taken for the bridge to be . held at the Woman's NaUonal Foundation today. Among those who will entertain are Mrs. Lydia Draper, Mrs. Richard Weightman, Mrs. Strother Smith, Mrs. W. 0. Hulme, Mr.. David Blair. Mrs Ernest G. Walker, Mrs. Paul Hudson. Mrs. James McDonald, Mrs. Sarah Lee Phillips, Mrs. T. T. Anaberry, Mrs. Fituhugh Lee, Mrs. Rust Smith, Mrs. Edward Morse, Miss France. Hamp son, Mrs. Davenport White. Mrs. Lee Benoist, Mrs. William Dennis. Mrs. Victor Kauffmann and Mrs. Fred Brit ten. MUSIC IN CHURCHES First Baptist Church, The musical programs for the morn ing and evening services of the First Baptist Church tomorrow are as fol lows: 11 a. mn. trio, "Praise Ye" from Attila by Verdi; quartet, "The Bird Let Looge in Eastern Skies," by Maisden. Evening service, Anthems. by the solo quartet and evenIng chorus: "Eventide"' (Nevin); "Hark, Hark My Soul" (Shelley); and "Lost Chord" (Sullivan). Miss Jean Van do Slice, of Phila delphla, has been engaged as con tralto soloist. This completes the personnel of tfie solo quartet, the other members being: Henry Kruger, tenor; Horace Alvin Lake, baritone. and Mrs. Floren.ce Howard, soprano and director. The music is augmented on Sunday evening by the evening chorus. Irs. Edmund Barry is the organist. Covenant Evening Choir. The evening choir of the Church of the Covenant will sing for the first time this season at the 3 o'clock service tomorrow evening, giving its fifty-seventh special musical service. The afternoon choir, which uiually starts at the same time, will not begin its work until a week from today. The evening service will be under the direction of Sydney Lloyd Wrightmon, with Harvey Murray at the organ and Claude Rlobeson at the piano. The program is: Organ prejude, "Angelun" (Gounod); anthem, "Choral" (Wagner); anthem, "Thou Lamb of God" (Wagner); baritone solo, "The Living God" (O'Hara), Mr. Fakier; anthem. "Twilight and Dawn" (Speaks); incidental solos Miss Dolin end Miss Smith: offertory anthem, "All Praise to God" (Wagner). inci denial solo Mr. Pakler; Sevenfold Amen (8tainern; organ postlude 'Fstvl", rleta Cburct ia eemsmtins wtI thic. Mi rv Cntsma eW "hs s, beag hed thresuset the assWv is lbe odMdrea the'Ieose of W eek -aten wIll parad on the Elipse sad later. at Epi y Church, hear an by Ik.9 Hardlag. Ia all Churehplas the meuatry to morrow moraing the Mt edwn y Ce - tennial will be the subjeot ot the ..r mons. The children will gather tomorrow at I o'clock and trm for the parade on the north ide et the Monuent rounds. They wil march around the NLtpse, up Eseoutive avenue to Penn sylveals avenue to yharr Church. Comdr. C. T. JeweU, U. a. N.. will be marshal of the parade. The Christian Endeavor Baciety of Luther Place Memorial Church wiD present a flag to the congregation at the 8 p. in. service tomorrow. It will be accepted on behalf of the oongre gation by A. F. Lever, former chair man of the Committee on Agriculture of the House of Representativge and present chairman of the Farm Loan Board. At the 11 o'clock service to morrow morning, Dr. George M. Dif fenderfer will offer the prayer per mulgatest by the United Lsuthern Church of America for the success of the limitation of armament conference and for the establishment of perma nent peace among the nations. The converts of the recent revival held at Centennali Baptist Church will be baptised by the pastor, Rev. C. Ho Swem, at tomorrow night's service at the church. "The Belf Service of the Saved" Is the title of the morning sermon, and "How I Know I'm a Friend of Jesus" will he the subject discussed at the eve ning service. The November meeting of the Columbia Federation of Baptist Young People's Unions will be held in conjunction with the final semi annual convention of the Columbia Association of Baptist Churches which is to convene at the Metropoli tan Baptist Church, November 14 to 17 inclusive. A series of noonday meeting will be held, beginning Monday, at the Church of the Epiphany in connec tion with the conference on disarm ament, under the direction of Rev. James E. Freeman, the rector. The services will be held from 12:05 to 13:30. The program for next week, with the speakers, is: November 7. Rev. Charles Wood, pastor of the Church of the Cove nant; November 8, Senator J. Belden; November 9, Rt. Rev. Alfred Hard Ing, bishop of Washington; Novem ber10, Bishop William F. McDowell, of the Methodist Chruch; November 11, Rev. Arthur J. Torrey, of Epiphany Chapel. For the following week, the speak er include such men as William J. Bryan and Senator Borah. The service of All Souls Church in the Knickerbocker Theater on Sunday morning will be In recognition of the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the church. A special centenary service has been prepared, with the following speakers: The minister, Rev. Ulysses G. 8. Pierce: George A. Ricker, chairman of the board of trustees; Dr. Samuel A. Eliot. president of the American Unitarian Association; and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. William Toward Taft. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. John Sidney Braithwaite. M. A.. C. . B., of London. England. will lecture at First Church of Christ, Scientist. Columbia road, on the eve nings of November 10 and 11. Mr. Braithwaite is a member of the board of lectureship of the First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Maas., and , is second on the course being given by the church. The subject of Mr. Braithwaite's lecture in "Christian Science: The Key to Self-govern ment." He will be introduced on Thursday evening by William J. Tuck er, first reader of the church, and on Friday evening by Mrs. Harriet Hitch cock, second reader. Miss Edith B. Athey will give on or gan recital at Hamline Methodist THE SAL VA District Headquarte Major J. 4 Executiv The Evangeline, A quiet, refined home women. Corps No. 1, 930 Welcome meetings to Smith, who have just r half years with the Al and Germany. Service: Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m Corps No. 3, 717 Services Saturday, 8 p p. m. Welcome to Enve Social Service Cente An institution for the unemployed, and Depo familhes. Religious seri Special Efforts, Re] And Missing Friend. St. N. W. Corps No 2. and Col Club, 1501 7th St. S4 t nRoi mesa. Nilkt amd P -sret merth wet, el. the 1" a d - e . h r . PwiB prea - . sr.. es is "The bons At the ret t Csy tial reb. Teach and G taeee inrtbweat. the aov. Jae UMeAW Pleue "ii Pr at 11 a B6. i. "Me eMGirity ad" and at $ p. m. em. "$hattertag Plegm muflmge." Dr. Msrrieni . Gaten will cnduct a arge giN. el$ i the eburcb inedieru at 10 e'ele tn the 0Gepel e Jobe and Ieatest on. 'The Con.Utwttes et the United ate., and International Cooperation to Prevent War." There will be Musical Vesper & the First Cereteaal Chureb at 4 o'clhck Sunday a ternoon, the asteaete being Fred Meast. baritones Paul Rob arts, violin; Nin Kathryn Daween piano, and Harry Edward Meuller. organist. Cemunion service will be cale brated at Petworth Baptist Churb at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning with a short sermon by the paater. One of the largest groupe ever joining the church will be received Into fellowship at the morning service. At the evening service the Young People's society will conduct the eaerciaes, with the Rev. William A. Eisenberger, rel iius director of the Y. M. C. A., as the speaker. CHRISTIAN SCU e I Christian Science Churches of Christ. Sclentiet. Branches of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ. Soles tiet. In Boste. Mass. Ctlumbia ro a :d e.II ' sewed Churnk of Christ. 1-luema. N. E. Masomie Temple, 8th and r N. B. Third Ch 1 u11. ttseiM1. Masonic Temple. 11th Sad New York ave. eurib Churck of Christ. Ssieuet. The Arcade. 14th and Park rd. ADMAND FALLEN s b e SitRVICES: Sunday. 11 a. m. and t p. @. SUNDAY SCHOOL-11 a. m. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEBT iN30. I o'eleok. READING ROOMS: Celerade Bldg.. 14th and 0 ste. Hours. 10 to 6 (Wed.. 16 to T. sad Sun. and holidays. 3:30 to 6:30). 1110 F St. N. W., Room 601 (effee tive Nov. 7). Hours. 1:30 to 0:30 lescept Wed.. 5:60 to I and Sun days and holidays. 3:10 to 6:39). 14l cast Ca pitol et. Hours. 11 to 6 (e.ept das .ay. 1 t. .; Sundays, 1:60 to 6:10; cleeed bell days). The Arcade. 14th st. and Park rd. (2nd flo). 10 to 6:30 week days: aloe 7 to I p. m. (easept Wednea days). VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Vermont ave., north of N .t. REV. EARLE WILFLEY. LL.D.. Pastor. 9:46 a. m. -- Bible School. Elton A. Goagwer. superiatendent. 11 a. m.-Morn)n worship ormom Ny ator. "LI:T TUB BK KEN ONEBt SEAK." I p. m.--Evening service. Sermon by pastor. "SPILT MILK." 6:16 p. m.-Young People's tea. 7 p. m.--C. E. mpeln~g. Thursday, h p. in- idweek service. PARK VIEW CHRISTIAN CMURCE. Park id., east of Georgia ave. WALTER F. NMITH. Minister. 11 a. m., preaching. "THE SERVICE OF LOVE." 7:46 p. m.. "THE DIVINE MES SAGE" Bible School. 9:30 a. m. Junior and Senior C. E. Societies, 6 and 6:46 p. in. BAPTIST Z. Hex Swem, t,* lls: "How of Jesus." p. in.. and baptises the con verts from the revival. It a. m.. "The sef-serv'ice of the saved." Centennial Rapt. Ch.. 7th ! Eye n.e. TION ARMY rs5211l3thSt.N. W. 1. McGee m Officer 1330 L St. for self-supporting young Penn. Ave. Capt. and Mrs. Harold eturned from three and a 'nerican troops in France s Saturday, 8 p. in., and Eye St. S. E. , .; Sunday at 3 and 8 y Brayman. r, 121 Penn. Ave., relief of the temporarily t of Supplies for needy ices at 10:30 a. m. ief Employment Department at 521 13th wed Service Men's rvlca Saturvday, A nm. ancemel ssoAL 0 St., Near 14th LAm 1. iMEAN, B. 3., RECTOR Will preach at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Holy Communion at Sa. m. and 11 a. m. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Men's Bible Conference, 10 a. m. Afternoon Services at 4 p. m. Young People's So ciety at 6 p. M. Organ Recital, 7:80 p. m. THE NATIVITY 14th , iiA i -A . 0 . 3. Church School. 9:1: adslt Dept., 10:16. *fh Rosurri@Ul, 6:10 6ad 4 p. SI. LUTHERAN LUTHER PLACE r MEMORIAL CHURCH At Them.s Ciretl. ODoRoN 1. DIIPNDDaSaP . D.D., pastor. Armistice sunday ercisse at 8 . t tooroN. A. T eve Chairma of the United iSts P'arm Loan Board sad autr of the Lever ed Con trol Act, will deliver the uAdrs on this occasion. Morning service. with sermon by the pastor at It tcock. Sunda school at 9:45. with Clawss for all as". Rainbow Cla at 10 a. at.. in Church Auditorium. Who comes a stranger must depart a friend at Luther Place. UNITARIAN All Souls Church FOUNDED 1821. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, D.D., Minister. Services in Knickerbocker Theater, 18th and Columbia Road. During Construction New Church. 11:00-Centenat'y Service. Speakers: The Minister, George A. Ricker, Dr. Samuel A. Eliot, Chief Justice William Howard Taft. MISCELLANEOUS Y. W. C. A. 1181 F at. N. W. VESPER BERVICES. 4:30. Conducted by Brown Class. Calvary Church. School of Religious Education of Y M. C A Enrollment Night. Efenday. November 7. Co-educational. Three Year.' Work Offered. Excellent Faculty. University Credits. All esons at Calvary Baptist Church. 5th and H sts. N. W. ALL WELCOME. be stu by al seietes teamarew: "TRY WILL DE DONE (5) WITH MY MONEY." Matt. :7-15. Who belong at0 the Lord .Jesus cannot Wesleyan Pentecostal,1 D st. N. W., between 3rd and 4th. REV. H. B. HOSLEY, Pastor. Three Revival Three revival service. will be held tomorrow and every night next week. Evangelist ZEPP Preaches The Mackey Sister. will sing at every service. Come and brIng friends. The Gospel Mission 314-216 John Marshall Place HERBERT W. KLINE. lupt. Miss Mattie Perry. Will conduct evangelistic service and a healing miselon for the sick every night beginning tonight and ending Sunday, November 12. Miss Aikcen "The Doughnut Girl of the Argonne," Will sing at every service. lif were converted and heeled last week. Come and bwing- the unsaved ad sick, _ts anb 'ews ICONGEUOATIONAL CONG[JGATIONAI Fri t=1 'na " o Tenth and C Streets N.W. Jas Noble Piere., Minlter Mr. PMere pr lobes espnoise ermisas 11 as a, "He Sed Glorify God" I p. a., "Shattering Plies Cam.. (From the Sermon on the Mount) DR. GATS' BIBLE CLASS OPENS At Cai m. In toehusb aditeri w, errill P. Gate. Ph. D. IL. D.. " to ep( or a, i leers on "The Constitution of C 11x1 tates and 1sternat C~1oopration to Pevent War." ptoIs invited. !i 1 M MUSICAL VESPERS FOR MUSIC LOVERS At 4 p. w. with Marry Ddward Mueller at the new Dtschof Memreal n. pasisted by special soloists. the tollowlng program will be 1. Nlossaash . ...(Dubois) I. H a-"O Love That Wilt S. Gavotte from "Mignon" Not let Ke Go" (Thomas) f. Offertory-Viol lo-Row. I~new' (Piersom) . d~rod ler), Mr. Paul Robert.. . t o-. Baltone Solo-Ara-D aw 4. Sonata in F minor, let Near To People" (Mendelseoba). movememt (Mendelssoha) Mr. Fred hIant 5. Legend ..........(Cadmaa) II. Prayer 6. Medition for Violin , Pia 13. Hymn - Dear Lord and an O ga (Mietske). Her of Mar.Jnd" Paul oberts, Miss Kath- 1l. Benediction ryn Dawson. Mr. Mueller 14, Poatludc-Tocatta, Sib lvm. 7. S"ripture phonic (Widor) CONCERT BY HARRY ROWE SHELLEY TN 1aw er1Bmlst end compoer of Church Ml. Mr. Harry Stowe SheSN~ev. w Vert.. will vo a ccrt and diret a e rue of deocee V61 laO the ef fuv.efe Sheller e oA rWedaeDay Elgb6 WaNt low fPothpr a(nedloemat. DR. CHARLES E. JEFFERSON, .o New York will speak twice daily Uumday. Nov. 1, througa Friday. Nov. ay. -3 Hymn-- - -- "eaLrd an NNW THOUGHT A NEW THOUGHT Union New Thought Rally UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 1ath and L Streets Nf a. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 3:30 P. M. Program "UNITY OF THE RACE CONSCIOUSNESS," Mrs. Eva B. Williams. District President I. N. T. A. "SPIRITUAL CO-OPERATION," Mrs. Viva p (. January. "OPPORTUNITY HERE AND NOW," Mrs. Florence Willard Day. "KEEPING STEP WITH TRUTH," Jam" A. Edgerton President 1. N. T. A. HEALING SILENCE, Mrs. e ofephfne Preston. of Denver. Coaoe MALE QUARTET AND SONGS WITH PIPE ORGAN. The foWowing groups co-operating: CHURCH USLIFE AND AOL 1114 N LT. N. W. N SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 6: 10 a. rn-An hour with the children 390 Homer bldg.. 811 11th at. N. W. In Lessons In Truth. Reading room open afternoons. 11 a. m.-" SEEING HIM WHO 189 VIVA M. JANUARY. INVISIBLE. Mrs. Josephne Presto.. D c ARNETT JANUARY. t V.m.-"PIRTUAI COM CN- Instructors in Christian Healing. I p ,n-" "SPIRITCOMUL CoPrTON,"dno ilne 22 ION." Mrs Josephine Preston. Tsach- daily )sonadnonsiec, 32 or of Healing. College of Divine Jndary. Slene*. Denvrr. FCorenc WSllad ay. p .Paelcue DS ce.Dne.C . EdgertnridARM FOR PA.CE.A Soloist, Miss Gerlach. Wednesday. 2:30-"Slpiritual Gifts.' WASHT rTON SCHOOL OF Thursday, 7:30-"The Secret Place. PRACTICAL CHISTIANITY, NATIONAL NEW THOU (111 CENTER. 186 1 Wyoming avs. Ph. Adam. 1390. 902 F at. N. W. E.VA A. WILLIA.9S Dully meetings from 12 to 12:30. Teacher and Meac.r. Healing meeting. Friday. N p. in. Public cordially in ited. Individual heating and Instruction I Patients received daily (except Sun by appointment, day)H M a.n to 6 p. m FridaO I p in-Healing meeting dEvening ith Browning." by Dr. 2 Open n all. i Newman the first of a course of six teen lecOures. Wednesday at i G i . Special classes. volun Lary offerings I Course tickets. 10 Single lectures. l. RCTIA CECCHRISTIAN SCNIE CE 1 JWoin Sie.y Adash1390. , sM. A. Ct. . ., Teher and TheBardor. Lecu r erdipng o heMothe Chp. m. The appirtet Chday)ChtSiet, in B.om.ton .maahut ATFRST CHURCH OFCHRISTIA SCIENTIS J hnSdNeBrhw0t, and rA, oS.B., of, Lonon EngPand, Memb~ ~Uner thee ordo Lecuspice of TeMte hrh TeFirst Church of Christ, Scientist, of Wasiton, assc.et AT IRS CH RCHOFTHRST SITAIST Cohlrierea RoadlandlEsclidlStreetSpiri. On Thursday, November an, and FridayiNovener Under thteoAus'icesaof of Christ ee' ytest~~ 1162 14th st. N. W. ALRDHTR Divinn serviceS Sunday at i p m. Sbet Pastor. MRS. JANE B. COATEs."EVLS AMIE Author and playwrigh. A.Ii.n fteasi i it Mr. Clemns is espouising the canse o hnta ahaie; ~. ei of the disabled world war veterans. ips teeyssfhebnd r'ome andl help. nd , p.i.atP hinT pl Spirit messages and divine healing . ll lhs.N . eodfor l DETHEOFMENTTKE PIGTUPLS 170 Kiboune la NLecWTurH y h puaner, Appintieft5 nly Phne olA6L1FTE H. ERYi,t Subject