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THE WASHINGTON HERAIJ). "SUNDAy. MARCH 2. 1813.
Mr. John McCormack, the world re
nowned tenor, of the Hammersteln. Chi
cago and Boston Grand Opera Company,
will be heard In a recital this evening
at the National Theater at 8:15. The cele-
brated tenor has attained the highest
standard as an artist at an earlier age
than any tenor before the public. The
greatest prima donnas of the world have
recognized the artistic merits of John
McConnack and be has sung; with colos
sal success with the two most famous
sons birds In the world, Melba and Tet
razzlnL Mr. McCormack's programme will em
brace an aria from La Bobemle (Puc
cini), groups of Irish, English and
French songs. In response to several
hundred requests Mr. McCormack will
sing "I Hear You Calling Me,' for an
encore and "Down In the Foggy Dew."
Miss Alice Preston, soprano, will be
Mr. McCormack a assisting artist.
For to-night In the Belasco Theater,
Manager Taj lor has secured an attrac
tion of exceptional Interest, lime. Jo
hanna Oadskl, the famous Wagnerian
soprano, has been engaged for a song
recital in which she will be assisted by
Mr. Charles E. Baker, at the piano. Mme.
GadskI Is one of the few great singers
of the Metropolitan Opera House whose
success in the concert field haB almost
overshadowed her operatic triumphs
From one end of the country to the
other her popularity has been "proven
time and again, for an extended concert
tour has been a feature every season
she has spent In America.
Mme. GadskI has arranged a pro
gramme of unusual interest for this even
ing's concert. Including songs In German,
Italian and English and several striking
operatic arias. -
The follow ins musical numbers will be
rendered a 'the First Congregational
At the morning service: Organ prelude,
"Cavltlna." by Raff; anthems. "Gloria
from Twelfth Mass." by Mozart: "Holy,
Holy," by Stewart; offertory, quartet.
"Crossing the Bar," by Houseley; organ
postlude. allegro moderato from "First
Sonata." by Mendelssohn.
At the evening service: Organ prelude,
communion in G. by Batiste, anthems.
"What Are These." by Stainer: "I
Waited For the Lord." by Mendelssohn;
organ postlude, march in B flat, by Schu
bert. An speciall line musical programme
H1 be a feature of the 11 a m. and S
p m sen ices to-daj at the First Bap
tist Church, comer Sixteenth and O
Streeth Northwest, as follows:
At the morning ervice: Contralto solo.
Miss Augusta Hill. "I'm a Pilgrim," by
Marston, soprano solo, (by request). " My
Redeemer and My Lord." by Dudley
Buck, violin quartet. Miss Wilbur. Miss
Llndcnkohl, Miss Allen. Prof. Joaep. Kas
par, "Andante rellgiso." bj Pius Kohler.
At the evening service. Soprano solo
ibv request). "Oh, for a Closer Walk
with God." b Miles Foster: violin solos.
Miss Elizabeth b. Wilbur. "Meditation,"
bv Buck-Gounod and (by request)
"Largo," b Handel
At the First Presbyterian Church. John
Marshall Place, an "Evening with the
Choir." will be observed to-night, at 7 4
o'clock. The programme is as follows:
Organ Ave Mana (Schubert): Nocturne
(Chopin); anthem. "Send Out Thy Light"
(Salnt-Saens): anthem, "Ave Maria"
(Bach-Gounod), solo, Mrs. Roberts, con
tralto solo, "But the Lord Is Mindful of
His Own" (Mendelssohn). Mrs. Beckham;
ofTertory, Largo (Handel), organ, "On the
Coast" (Dudley Buck): anthem. "Light of
Lights" (Stebbins): Nunc Dlmittis; post
The quartet is composed of: Soprano,
Mrs L A. Roberts: contralto, Mrs. M,.
Beckham, tnor. Mr. G. C. Bowie: basso,
Mr H. H R. Helnlg. and organist, Mrs.
G F. Schutt
During the first recital which Leopold
Godowsky gave In New York in Novem
ber, the great audience assembled at Car
negie Hall to hear the pianist, was near
ly taken oft" its feet at the marvelous
cale of plasinc. Not since Anton Rub
inBtein's isit to America In the seven
ties has an; thing like this been heard.
No one could believe an artist capable
of tuch swift and at the same tlmp ac
curate pasase and scale plajinff. Mr.
Godowsky Is creating wonder wherever
he has placed since his return from
Europe. His Beethoven plaing is pro
digious, and his Schumann performances
make the people think of supernatural
feats let, when studied at close range
or from the distance, Godowsky appears
one of the manliest artists of the da,
no affectation, no effort to please the gal
lery and not even an of the show
pieces to win the ladies. Leopold God
owsky represents piano art in its fullest
and richest aspect and to hear him is
a lesson, yes. man lessons for those
who need guidance. Leopold Godowsky
will appear here in recital at the Co
lumbia Theater next Frida at 4 TO p m.
The musical service at Eastern Pres
bvterlan Church. Sixth and Mainland
Avenue Northeast, to-day will be as fol
lows: Morning service Anthem. "God Is
lc" (bhelley): bass solo, offertory,
"Lord God of Abraham (Elijah-Mendelssohn),
Mr. Callow. The quartet for
th morning service will consist of Miss
Viola Shippert. soprano. Mrs Jesse C.
Kester. alto: Mr Edgar R. S. Embrej.
tenor; Mr. Edwin Callow, bass, with Miss
Nellie M. faacrey, organist.
At the evening service special music
will be r'ndered bj a double quartet, and
Miss OH e Budd. viollni't Anthem, "The
Das Is Past and Over" (Marks): Inci
dental fcolos by Miss Shippert and Mr.
Scantling: duct, "Now We Are Ambassa
dors" (St. Panl-Mend!ssohn). Mr. Cal
low and Mr. Scantling; soprano solo, of
fertory. "The Ninety and Nine" (Cam
pion), Miss Shippert: anthem, "The Day
Is Ended" (Bartlett), alto solo. Mrs Kes
ter. violin obllgata. Miss Olive Budd.
The double quartet will be Miss Viola
Shippert. and Mrs. Edwin Callow, so
pranos. Mrs. Jesse C Kester, and Mrs.
Eleanor Spencer, altos; MfT Phillip Lee
Scantling and Mr. Horace Ward, tenors,
and Mr. Walter T. Matson and Mr. Ed
win Callow, basses.
The choir of forty voices under the
direction of William J. Palmer, with
Earl Dement at the organ, will render
a specially prepared programme to-night
at the Fifth Baptist Church, Six-and-one-half
and E Streets Southwest, and will
be assisted by Miss Margaret Standl
ford, contralto; Mr. J. K. Morton, tenor,
and Melville D. Lindsay, Jr., violinist.
The concerted numbers to be rendered
by the choir are as follows: "How Beau
tiful Upon the Mountains," by Wagner;
The Lord Is My Light," by Dr. Hlles;
"Gob Be Merciful," by Mammatt: "Come
Ye Blessed of My Father," by Gabriel;
"Peek Ye the Lord." by Roberts, and
"Praise Ye the Lord," by Randeggar.
The vested choir of Waugh M. E.
Church, numbering thirty voices, under
the direction of John G. Klein, will give
a special musical service this evening at
7:30. The programme is as follows:
Anthems, "Hark. Hark, My Soul" (Shel
ly): obligato solo. Miss Florlne Walker;
"Festival Te Deum" (Dudley Buck);
The Day Is Past and Over" (Marks);
obligato duet. Miss Walker and Mr.
Klein; mezzo soprano solo. Miss Ada
Hoteler: tclhor solo, Mr. Klein.
The choir Is preparing "Olivet to Cal
vary," to be given Good Friday night.
The solos will be sustained by Miss
Florlne Walker, soprano: Mr. Richard P.
Hacking., tenon Mr. James Hicks, bass;
with Mrs. Klein at the organ.
The two most elaborate miislc-1 serv
ices ever prepared at the Church of the'
Covenant will be given In that church
to-day under the direction of Mr. Sydney
Lloyd Wrlghtson. with Mr. Harvey Mur
ray at the organ. The afternoon service
will begin at 3. IS o'clock Instead of the
usual hour, 3.30. At this service the dou
ble sextet will give the sacred cantata.
The Message From the Cross," com
posed by Will C Macfarlane, city or
ganist of Portland, Me., who for years
was organist at St. Thomas' Church, New;
York City. This Is the first time this
work has been presented in Washington
and It Is said to be one of the most beau
tiful compositions of this character writ
ten. It Is particularly interesting In view
of the fact that the composer Is an
American. The leading solo part
throughout the entire work Is written for
the barytone voice, which will be sus
tained by Mr. George H. Miller. Inci
dental solos will be sustained by Mrs.
Ethel Holtsclaw Gawler, Miss Lamer,
Mr. Backing. Mr. Bowie, and Mr. Hum
phrey. The solo and sextet "Come Ye
Blessed" is a barytone obligato sung by
Mr. Miller, with six female voices sus
taining the other parts. This is one of
the gems of the work, especially as it
is rather a daring thing for any com
poser to attempt.
At the S o'clock service the evening
choir of 100 voices will render the sacred
cantata 'The Crucifixion," by the late
Sir John Stainer. This work Is partlcu
larly interesting to Mr. Wrlghtson to
conduct, as he started bis musical career
as a boy soprano under the tutelage of
Dr. Stainer, who at that time was or
ganist and choir master of St. Paul's
Cathedral. London. England. Of all the
English productions of Lenten music.
'The Crucifixion" has no equal. It Is a
sublimely beautiful composition, replete
with tenderness and pathos. The solos
will be sustained by Mr. Backing, who
has been specially engaged for this even.
ine: Mr. George H. Miller, and Mr. -W.
Roland Carter, the regular soloists oi tne
The programme of both services is as
Afternoon service.' 3.45 o'clock, double
sextet: Mrs. Gawler, Miss Hall. Miss
Reuter. Miss Bumphrey. Miss Larner,
-Miss Fuller, Mr. Bowie. Mr. Backing,
Mr. Blanchard, Mr. Humphrey. Mr. Mil
ler. Mr. Carter; organ prelude. "Eleva
tion" (Dubois): Hymn No. 315. "Alas!
and Did the Saviour Bleed" Wilson);
Invocation: Scriptural reading.
The Message from the Cross." cantata
by Will C Macfarlane Introduction, solo,
"Now. My Soul. Thy Voice Upraising."
Mr. Backing and chorus: chorus. "Oh.
Come and Mourn:" solo. "And They that
Passed bv Reviled Him, Mr Miner ana
chorus: chorus. "Have We No Tears to
Shed for Him:"
Tho first word Solo, "Father, Forgive
Them, for They Know Not What They
Do." Mr. Miller, solo, "Jesus. In Thy Dy
ing Woes." Mr. Backing.
The second word Solo. "To-dsy Shalt
Thou Be with Me In Paradise," Mr. Mil
ler, chorus, "Now Is the Day of Salva
The third word Solo. "Woman. Behold
Thy Sonl' "Behold Th Mother." Mr.
Humphrey: mIo. "At the Cross Her Sta
tion Keeping." Mr. Bowie and chorus:
hymn No. S3 (The congregation is re
quested to join In singing).
The fourth word Solo. "M God. My
God. Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me," Mr.
The fifth word Solo, "I Thirst." Mr.
Miller; solo and trio, "Come, Ye Blessed
of My Father," Mr. Miller and women's
The sixth -aord Solo. "It Is Finished."
Mr. Humphrc. chorus. "Calvary's
Mournful Mountain Climb."
The seventh word Solo. "Father. Into
Thy Hands I Commend My Spirit." Mr.
Humphrey; trio. "As Christ Upon the
Cross." Miss Bumphrey, Mr. Bowie, Mr.
Conclusion Solo. "My Spirit on Thy
Care." Miss Larner and chorus: solo.
"Sing, My Soul, the Saviour's Battle,"
Mrs Gawler and chorus, prajer. conse
cration of the offering, sermon by the
pastor, prajer. benediction, organ post
lude In A (Holllns).
Evening service. S o'clock, evening choir
of 100 voices, fifth special monthly musi
cal service: Organ prelude, "Dead
March" from "Saul" (Handel); proces
sional hj mn. No. 227. "The Seven Words"
(Sullivan); !nocation. Scripture reading
"The Crucifixion." cantata by Sir John
Stainer. Soloists. Mr. Richard P. Back
ing, tenor: Mr. George II. Miller, bass,
Mr. W. Roland Carter, bass.
"And They Came to a Place Named
Gethsemane." "The Agony." "Procession
al to Calvary." "And When They, Were
Come." "The Mjstery of the Divine
Humiliation." ' He Made Himself of No
Reputation." "The Majesty of the Divine
Humiliation." "And as Moses Lifted I'p
the Serpent," "God So Loved the
World," "Litany of the Passion." "Jesus
Said: 'Father Forgive Them. So Thou
Liftest Thj Divine Petition." "The Mjs
ter of Intercession," "And One of the
Malefactors." 'The Adoration of the
Crucified," "When Jesus Therefore Saw
His Mother." "Is it Nothing to Your
The Appeal of the Crucified." "And This.
Jesus Knowing That All Things Were
Now Accomplished." 'Tor the Love of
Jesus." Prajer. notices, doxology: ser
mon by the pastor, subject. "The Cruci
fixion." prajer. benediction: "Sevenfold
Amen" (Stainer); organ postlude, "Fu
neral March" (Chopin).
The musical part of the entertainment
bv the Round Table Club of the Young
Women's Christian Association, at the
Raleigh Hotel last Monday evening, was
given by tho Woodrldge male quartet.
Miss King, violinist, and Miss Harding,
soprano. The programme was as fol
lows. Woodridge maid quartet: "Wc Meet
Again To-night, Boys" (Coe). and "A Bas
ket of Chestnuts" (Parks), C. R. Allen,
first tenor; P. D. Cook, second tenor;
C. R. Engel, first bass, T. B. Thompson,
second bass; violin solo! "Romance"
(Svendsen), Miss Mary Emily King: so
prano solo. "Call Me Back" (Denza),
Miss Harriet E. Harding; Woodrldge
male quart t, "Silent the Night" (Bache),
and "Jim" (Parks): accompanists. Mrs.
A. D. Melvln and Miss Louie Dale Leeds.
A very Interesting and enjoyable dra
matic and musical entertainment was
given by Miss Ellen Vockey Sefelrt, at
Carroll Institute, last Wednesday even
ing. The choir of Christ's Church, Thirty
first and O Streets Northwest, under the
direction of Miss Beatrice Seymour Good
win, will sing Mau'nder"s "Penetence,
Pardon, and Peace," on Palm Sunday,
at S p. m. At the 11 o'clock service, on
that day Mr. 8. Percy Thompson will
sing 'The Palms," by Faure.
Mr. and Mrs. Sldwell gave a very en-
joj-able muslcale last Trlday afternoon at
the Friends School, isua i street. Airs.
Franclska Gaspar-Lawson. soprano, and
Mr. Harry Patterson Hopkins, pianist,
were the soloists. The programme was
as follows: "One Fine Daj" aria from
"Madame Butterfly" (Puccini); "In the
Time of Roses" (Reichardt); "The Lass
with the Delicate Air" (Arne); ballade In
G minor (Chopin): 'The Blackbird" (Par
ker); 'Thou Art So Like a Flower" (Ru
binstein); "Fruhllngslied" (Well), with
violin obligato; nocturne in G flat (.Ru
binstein); "Jardln sous la Pluie" (De
buss); 'Serenade" (R. Strauss): "Chant
du papillon" (Spohr): "Spring" (Hen
schel): concert valse In E major (Mosz
owskl). Mme. Mane von Unschuld Is going on
Monrlav for a four weeks' concert tour
of piano recitals through the South.
Maundes' favorite cantata, "Olivet to
Calvarj'," will be sung at St. Paul's
Church, Twentj-third Street and-Wash
ington Circle, Thursday evening, March .
The offering will be-for the boys outing
fund. The solo parts will be taken y
Le Roy Gilder, tenor, and Henry Tai
The piano recital given by the pupils
of MIes Anna Isora Blngaman last Fri
day nluht In the recital hall of the Percy
S. foster Piano Company, 1230 G Street
Northwest, was enjoyed by a large audi
ence. The DPOBrammc was- as follows;
"Little Caprice" (VJrgll), Elwood Ver
million and Lawrence vermiiiion: ijui
laby." "Gnomes." "Happy Days" (Virgil),
Marlln Welrlch: "In the Woods" (Virgil),
"Little Prince." "Song of the SeasheU"
(Krogman), Ellwood Vermillion; valse
Lente (Virgil), "Song of the Mill." "Santa
Claus Guards" (Krogman), Lawrence Ver
million: "Turkish March." "Sunday."
scherzo, "Hunting Song" (Gurlltt), Phebe
Fleming: "Mignonette" (LIchner), "Cuckoo
Song" (Popp), "Dollj-,s Dreaming and
Awakening" (Oesten), Phyllis Robinson;
"Swing Song" (d Ourvtlle), Reginald New
ton and Phebe Fleming; "Avalanche"
(Heller), "Little Soldier" (Loeschorn),
"Squirrels" Frolic" (Simon). Grace Weber;
etude. No. 3 (Heller), "The Fountain"
(Bobm), Reginald Newton; second valse,
op. 56. "Deuxlemo Mazurka" (Godard),
Rosemary Arnold; valse- Lente (Schutt),
valse (Durand). Christine Bare; "Taran
tella" (Denee), "Gj-psy rondo" (Haydn),
Reginald Newton: "Venetian Boat Song,"
"Consolation" (Mendelssohn), Rosemary
Arnold; "Fanfare Mllitaire" (Behr). Rose
mary Arnold and Phjllls Robinson.
The programme arranged by Mrs. Dean
for the Friday Morning Music Club last
Friday morning, at the Washington Club,
was as follows: Biographical sketch of
Massenet, Mrs. Dean; sonata for piano
and violin (1st and ScUmoiements), 1st,
allegretto ben moderato, 3d, recltatlv
"Fantasia" (Cesar Franck), Mrs. Byrnes
and Miss Allen; aria from "Le Cid,"
"Pleurez! pleurez, mes yeux!" (Massenet),
Mrs. De 10; "Pcnse d Automne," La
Nult d'Espagne," 'Elegle" (Massenet),
with violin obligato by Mrs. Dulln.
Adtienno Klrkman Wentz; "Meditation"
from 'Thais" (Massenet), Mrs. Horace
Dulln; aria from "Herodiade." "II est
doux, II est bon (Massenet), Mrs. De Yo.
The programme at Mrs Susannc Old-
berg's muslcale last week was as follows.
"Carmcna" (Lane vIlon). "Pastorale
(Mawson-Marks), Miss Julia Douglas
"Beloved. It Is Morn" (Baylard), Mr. Eu
gene Walter: "Carmenclta." Miss Hllyer;
four songs, by Cadman, Mr. Louis Thomp
son (accompanist. Miss Michel).
Miss Jeannle Winston, who wns the
honor guest, sang several songs with the
w ell-rcnicmbered charm which character
lzed her form- r work as a singer In "Fra
Dlavolo." 'The Queen's Lace Handker
chief," "La Pericoie." and other operas.
Those singing this afternoon will be
Mrs. Dajellc Welch. Mrs. Charlotte Lip
pitt. and Mr. Oscar Franklin Comstock.
Mme Marie von Unschuld. who was en
gaged bj' the Columbia University last
Fridaj to deliver a lecture on her newest
work, "The von lnchuld Method of
Piano Plajing and Teaching," illustrated
by motion pictures, was most successful.
nd she has been engaged to deliver the
same upon her return from her tour In
New York. In one of tho most prominent
music clubs. The public, as well as the
critics, expressed great interest in the
subject Itself, as well as In the noble way
It was presented.
The Ust recital of the pupils and grad
uates of tho Von Unschuld University of
Music before Mme. Marie von Unschuld
goes on her concert tour was held on
Wednesday. February 12, at the Templo
Baptist Church, attracting as usual a
capacity audience The artistically ren
dered programme Included vocal numbers
by Mr. J. Glijshak. of the faculty, can
tone, and Mr. R. Woodland Gates, tenor,
and the Beethoven sonata. "Pathetlquc."
rendered by Mme. Marie von Unschuld.
Mme. Marie von Unschuld gave, with
two circles of her pupils, a reception at
her residence last week. Those receiving
were Mme von Unschuld. Miss Ardala
Moore. Miss Christine Umhau. Mrs Pot
ter, Mrs. Merrltt. the Misses Lynch.
Schneider, Berliner. Rawllngs. Tweedy.
Kolb. Mulholland,. Johnson, and Mi. Pot
ter and Mr. Stroop. and Masters Berliner
During the reeeption a" musical pro-
grame was rendered Among those who
rinsed were Miss Ethel Fisher. Mies Ger
trude MacRae. Mins Ardala Moore. Miss
Mary K. Ljnch. Miss Margaret Umhau.
Miss Halcyone Hargrove, Master Morton
and Rajmond Glttelman Other numbers
ere given by Mme Marie von Unschuld
and Mr. J Glushak, of the facultj.
A special feature "f the evening was
the programme rendered by Madeleine,
the four-j ear-old daughter of Mme von
MISSION "V7ILL BE HELPED.
Performance March lO for Ileneftt
of Florence Crittenden Home.
"When Bunty Pulls the String" at
the Belasco Theater Mondav night,
March 10. It Is the Florence Crlttendon
Hope and Help Mission of Washington
that will profit.
The Chevy Chase Circle and the boird
of managers of the home have taken
over the opening performance of the
noted plaj- here b the original company
for the exclusive benefit of the Critten
ton Home. Tiie proceeds will be added
to a fund to buy either a plaj ground
adjacent or near the home at 71S Third
Street, or a countrj- place to supplement
the present quarters. Practically the only
opportunity for outdoor recreation the
Inmates of tho home have now is' pro
vided by the roof garden. .
The officers of the Chevy Chase Circle
arc Mrs. Eugene Stevens, president;
Mrs. M. E. Stone, secretary, and Mrs.
W. S. Cbrb treasurer.
BLIND TO BE ENTERTAINED.
Mmlc and Ilird Imitations re mi
Proarrnmmc of National Library,
The National Library for the Blind,
1729 H Street, announces the subjoined
list of entertainments for the blind:
March 6, 8 p. m. Miss Genevieve
Small will sing a group of songs and
whistle bird Imitations, accompanied
by Miss Marie Becker, assisted by Miss
Rosalie Small In dramatic recitations.
March 8, 2:30 p. m. There will be a
song, piano, and 'cello recital by Mrs.
Chase-Dobyns, mezzo-soprano: Mme.
von Bajer, pianist, and Richard Lorle
PRIZE COMES HERE.
Local Fraternity Wins Success in
Report of Slock Trial.
Helge Murray, a Washington patent
attorney, jesterday received a letter from
the publishers of Everybodj s Magazine
announcing that the Chi Epsllon Trater
nity connected with the Sixth Presby
terian Church is the winner of the second
prize in the District of Columbia for the
best report submitted to the magazine of
a mock trial In the case of Jennie Brice,
a story of crime running at the time of
the trial, in December, In that magazine.
The young people of the fraternity are
much elated over their success.
At the mock trial J. J. Murphy- was the
presiding, Judge. J. C- Fish -was clerk of
the court, S. Morgan was Sheriff. Alfred
Copeland was the prisoner accused of the
murder or Jennie Brlce: Helge Murray
conducted the prosecution, and' nev A.
W. Snooncr the defense. In the mook
trial the prisoner was found guilty and
cnlenceu to be hanged.
Princeteniuu Ready te Re-
ceive Mest Dbtsgushed
MR. FOX IS CHAIRMAN
Eight Tkootaad hritatisu Hate Beea
ItMed No Set Speeches
WiJl Be DefiTeretL
The Princeton alumni of the District
of Columbia have extended Invitations
to the 8,000 alumni of Princeton Unlver
tity to tmct President-elect Woodrow-
li-oix at an Informal smoker, at which
he will be tho guest of honor to-morrow
evening nt the New Wlllard Hotel.
Although there will not be any set
speeches at this function, many of the
prominent alumni will be called, upon
for "remarks. " The affair at which Mr.
Wilson will be the honor guest has been
arranged to afford the President-elect an
opportunity to meet Princeton men as
u Princeton -man. and not in his capac
ity as the future President of the United
Personael of Committees.
The following committees are In
charge of the smoker:
Smoker fornmlttee Frank B. Fox,
chairman: Cnarles A. McKenncy. A. B.
Duval!. E. O. Wagenhorst. and Eugene
Receiving committee Henry CUy
Stewart, chairman; Dr. E. A. Balloch.
A. B. Kelly, Charles H. Butler, Henry
E. Davis, A. B. Haaner. James, M. John
ston. Hon. Blair Lee. Edward S. McCal
mont. Wallace D. McLean. Oliver
Metzcrott. John F. Wllklns. Hon. Mali
Ion Pitney. Supreme Court ofvthe United
States: Senator Atiee Pomerene, Keprc
sentatlve C. A. Tolcott. Representative
Thomas Crago. Representative George
White, Dr. Charles Wood, J. II. Erlck
enstcin, G. Thomas Dunlop. Max C J.
WIehle. Edmurd Bradj Frank B. Fox,
and Newton K. Fox.
Finance committee Georgo Thomas
Dunlop. chairman, A. I! Kellj. Alexan
der Brltton. John II Clapp. II. Bradley
Davidson. Walter Kunlop. Victor Kauff-
mann. Wilton J. Lambert, Fred D. Mc
Kenney. Gilbert B. Perkins. John H.
Brlckensteln. Robert C. Wllklns. Joseph
I Saks, James M Johnston, John r.
Wilkins. Dr. Wallace Nen. William B
Brjan. Willinni J. Tlather. Jr. William
Ballants ne Jr.
Identification and regiKtratlon commit
tee Newton K Fox. chairman. VMlUam
btrong. Jamrs Macartne
A list of the officers of the Washing
ton Princeton Alumni Association fol
lows Henry Claj Stewart, president;
Dr. E. A. Ballock and G Thomas uun
Ion. vice presidents. Frank B. Fox. sec
retarv-. and Walter G Dunlop. assistant
secretary, and the following memoers:
William S. Abert. '63; Walter IL Acker,
'S3. William J. Aman. '9S; Earl Ander
son. '03: A. P. Andrew. 'Mr Robert O
Annln, '11. John T. Armes. Jr.. "GO
Harrj' I Baldwin. '54; William Ballan
tvne. Jr.. 'SS: Dr. E. A. Balloch. '77, Will
iam Barnum. "7S; Alexander Benson, 'M:
R F. Heresford. '02: W. W. Bishop. Gist
Blair, . John S. Blair '66: Montgomery
Blair. 'M. Charles II. Bradlej-. 'Oi; Ed
mund Bradj-, '01: G. S. Bready, '07; John
Brewer. '01: J H Brlckensteln. 'S: Alex
ander Brltton. 'SS. Cuthbert B Brown,
1S00. Frederick W Brown. '97. Hugh A.
Brown. '; William B Bryan. T7: Will-
lam M. Bullitt. Charles Henry Butler,
SO. Charles M. Butler. '10
Roj-al E. Cabell. '9S; Hon. J. Donald
Cameron. '53; Robert S Campbell. '97.
Lieut. Arthur S Cassells, '37, John
W. Childress. 'K; John H. Clapp.
'03. George C. Cornwell. 'OS, Repre
sentative Thomas S Crago, 93; Dc
Witt C Croissant. '99: Rev. George M.
Cummlngs, 'S7, George Cunningham,
'06. Logan Cunningham, '11.
II. Bradley Davidson. 'SO. Hcnrj- E.
Davis. '76: A. A. Doollttle. '96: G.
Thomas Dunlop. '93: Dr. John Dunlop.
9S. Walter G. Dunlop. '09: William L.
Dunlop, 33, A. B Duvall. '99. Ralph G.
J O Ecker. '90. Richard Elkins. '01:
Capt. Frank E. Evans. '9S.
Thomas S. Flllebrowne. '11; William
J. Flather. Jr.. '11. Hon. John W. Fos
ter: Charles D. Fowler. .6; Elting A.
Fowler. '03: Frank B Fox, '05: Newton
K Fox. "09. Thomas Frances, 87.
Donald Gensler. 'OS: Berkley W. Gejer.
17. J W. Gidlev. '95. William B. Gllmore,
'K Spencer Gordon. "09. Joseph H.
Gulick, 'H: C. I- Gurlev. '70
Hon A. R. Hagner. '43: Edward Ham
mond. SI: John H Hanna, '93: Hon. J S
Harlan. 'S3: Rev. Richard D. Harlan. '81;
Thomas M. Henrj". '79: S. Hlnton. "09,
Governeur Hoe. '11; Rev. Roswell R.
Hoes. '71; E. C. Heald. '9S; Valentine
Holman. '05: Edward W. Holmes, '96,
Webster L. Hood. 'OS; C. S. Hudson. '01.
John P. Jackson. 1900: James M. John
ston. 70: James M. Johnston. Jr., 11
Rudolph M. Kauffmann. '05: Victor
Kauffmann. S9; A. B. Kellj", 70, Rev.
Joseph T. Kellj-, "70: Dion K. Kerr. '(0.
Milton W. King. Philip King. 93; Dr. W.
E. H. Kretchlng. '03.
Edwin S. LaFetra. "t; Wilton J. Um
bert. '93. David I.awrence. '10: Capt
Harry R. Laj "01; Hon. Blair Lee. 'fo.
Edward S. McCalmont, '77: Ormstj
McCammon. '95: Alexander H. McCor
mlck. Jr., '88, Charles A. McKenncy. '93;
Fred D McKennev '84; James McCart
ne.v. '11; Wallace D, McLean, '96: J. V.
A MacMurraj. '03.
Elmer B. Mason, '03: L. I. Matthews,
'01: George G. Merrill, '89; W. I Mer
rill. '89; Oliver Metzcrott. '9J: Dr. Fred
H. Mills, '93: Alexander P. Morse. '63:
Edward C. Morse, Robert McD. Moser,
'98: Henrj" F. Munn.'OS. ,
Dr. Wallace NefT. '74; Edwin Nlcode
trus. '90; James L. Norris. Jr.. "99.
George W. Offut. '06: Robert Ogilvie.
'78; Hughes Ollphant, 70
Dr. Charles JPalmer. 78: Mvron M.
Parker. Jr.. '11; Gilbert B. Perkins. '93;
C. K. Phillips. '09; Samuel L. Phillips,
S8; W. J. Pilling, "97; Justice Mahlon
Pitnej", "79; Senator Atlee Pomerene, '84;
Eugene C. Pomeroy. '05; George T. Por
Paul W. Puhl. '01.
E. F. Quinn. '89.
H. Rej-nolds. '09; S. A. Robinson. '93;
J. L. Rodgers, '10.
Joseph I. Saks. 1900; John S. Shrhcr,
8; William M. Shuster. '66: William F.
SIcard. '91: Charles & Smith, '10: Dr. Wil-
lam F. Sowers, '96; William H. Spurgln,
; John A. Stcrrett. 10; H. C Stewart,
'SI: Dr. Albert L. Stavelj". 'S3; William
Charles T. Tittman. Oa; Representative
C. A. Tolcott. '79: Edward D. Townsend.
03; Thomas G. Townsend, '04: Henry V.
Tulloch. '98; J. B. T. Tupper, '61.
Francis R. Wadlelgli, 'S3; E. O. Wagen
horst. "8S; F. P. Waggaman. '04; B. 11.
Warner, Jr., 'M; George R. Wendling, Jr.,
Representative George vvhlte. '9.:
Max C. J. WIehle. '99; A. L. WIehle. '03:
John F. Wllklns. '94; Robert C. Wilkins.
'37: John A. Williams, '37; Dr. Charles
Wood: J. Bulter Wright. "99. .
Fred A. Young. 86.
"I'm about to give an opera" partj".
hat boxes should I taker
"Any, except chatterboxes."
Ooatlaved from Pae-Twa.
Julius Drelfus, Mrs. Jonah Bernheuoer,
Miss Carrie Bernhelmer. Prizes .were
fron by Mrs. Albert Drelfus, Mrs. Ray
rrfond Blumfeld and Mrs. Samuel Bend
Miss Mary Lindsey has gone to New
York, whence she will sail for ar trip
Mrs. Courtney Houck, of New., York.
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alonxo
Houek, at their home In Rosemont.
Mrs. H. M. Canter accompanied by her
daughter, Dorothy, have returned from
Cincinnati While visiting. Mrs. Carter's
daughter suffered from an attack of scar
Little Miss Eleanor -AW entertained a
number of her young friends Tuesday
evening last at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ale, In Queen
Street, In honor of the third anniversary
of her birth.. Those present were Misses
Helen Potter, Ethel Jett. Mabel Poter,
Masters Wahlrn Ale, Clarence Ale, Jr..
Charles Potter, Walter and- William Sul
livan. After a visit to friends in Richmond.
Va , Miss Annio Linn has returned to
her home here.
Miss Fullmer, of Swarthmore, Pa., who
has been visiting here. Is now In Peters
burg, Va. During her stay here she
was the guest of Mrs. J. M. White.
Miss Ada Allison has returned to her
home in this city after a visit to llay
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bendheim have
returned from New York, where they
spent the week.
Miss Cora i)uffey spent the week-end
In Manassas with Miss Mae Simpson.
Mr. Charles M. Shepperson has re
turned to bis home In Rosemont after
spending several months In Cuba.
Mr. Courtney Houck has returned to
his home In New York after a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Houck.
Miss Zaidle A. Saunders and Miss
Katherlne Jollcy have returned to their
home in Warrenton after a visit to Mrs.
C C Pej-ton, In Rosemont.
Miss Kate Monroe, who has been visit
ing Mrs. George Abbot In South Lee
Street, Is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Abbott, In Duke Street,
Miss Alice Anderton entertained the
"Kit Kats" Monday aftemon at her
heme In Rosemont. Those present In
cluded the following: Mrs. Lewis H.
Machcn. Miss I.ola Ashton. Miss Jean
Brent, Miss Dorse' Ashton, and Miss
Miss Frances Roberton, who spent the
week-end with Capt. and Mrs. W. B.
Smithers. has returned to her home In
Mrs. Charles II Smithers was the
week-end guest of Mrs. W. A. Lankford.
The literarj section of the Cameron
Club during the week held a session at
the residence of Mrs. E. S. Leadbeater.
Mrs Peter Young has returned after
a visit to relatives In Manassas, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Zimmerman and
daughter. Miss Edith, are visiting in
Misses Mary and Nellie Robertson, of
Washington, were the week-end guests of
Miss Anna Barley at her home, 117 North
Mrs Henry Bannon Cooper has re
turned after a visit to friends In New
Dr. and Mrs Louis S. Greene and two
children, of Washington, were the week
end guests of Mrs. Greene's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Julian T. Burke.
Misses Esther and Rebecca Helshley
have returned from a visit to friends
Mr. William C. Snow, has returned
from a visit to Bristol. Tenn., vihere he
was the guest of his son and daughter-
in-law, MT. and Mrs. William Stuart
Miss Leome Davis, of Brlstow, Va.,
and Misses Mae Simpson and Marie
Simpson, of Clarendon. Va., were guests
during the week of Mies Cora uuny
Mr. and Mrs. John Cooke Broadus, of
Montclair, N J . during the week were
the guests of their sisters, the Misses
Broadus, Queen Street,
Mr. Howard Baldwin, of Chicago, who
has been the guest of Judge and Mrs.
Ixjuls C. Barlej". Is visiting relatives in
Mr. Maurice Hlrsch, of Fredericksburg,
Va . was a visitor here during the past
Mr. Ashton Simpson, of Clarendon, Va.,
was a vistor here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Foote and little
son. Robert, of Seat Pleasant, Md.. ac
companied bj- Mrs. Footes mother. Mrs.
George C. Now land, of this city, were
recently guests oi Mrs. William Foote,
Miss Sarah Ruben entertained the Fri
daj' Night Euchre Club at her home in
South St, Asaph Street.
Miss Hallle Gatewood. of Washington
during the week visited Miss Anna Bar
ley. Miss Sallie Stuart has gone to Au
gusta. Ga where she will -saend six
Mrs. Lee and children, of Seattle,
Wash . are visiting Mrs. Lee's parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Richard G. Whiting. 4
Otway B. Zantzinger. jr., is visiting
friends and relative in Baltimore County
during the absence of his parents in Flor
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac B. Owens, of New;
York City, have been visiting the form
er's mother. Mrs. Joseph II. Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Graham, of
Baltimore, have returned, after a visit
of several weeks with friends near West
phalia. Mrs. Margaret Wilson Adams, ntece oi
Mrs. Cornelius Ash. of Hyattsvlle. and
Mr. Thomas B. Lewis, a member of the
Wfll known Lewis family, were married
Wednesday evening at the .parsonage of
the M. E. Church by RevJI. L. Bivens.
in the presence of the families of the
contracting parties. Following the cere
mony, a reception was held at, the new
home of the bride and bridegroom.
Mr. and Mm R. W. Brooke have been
visiting friends and relatives here.
MIss Charlotte i oung. of Baltimore, nas
been visiting friends near ChlUum.
Mr. and Mrs. John IL Naylor. who
have been spending the winter months
with Miss Nellie B. Stone In RIvcrdale.
have removed to Hyattsvlle, and are
occupying a cottage In Avon Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Dent and son
are spending the winter months In Wash
Miss Enid Holaen. or wasmngton. nas
returned, after a pleasant stay with her"
aunt, Mrs. John G. Holden.
Miss Gertrude England, of Louisville.
Kj".. has returned, after a visit of several
weeks with friends In the neighborhood
of Woodvllle, Prince George County.
Mrs. Francis I. Tj dings, of New Or
leans. La., has returned, after a stay of
a fortnight with friends near Belts
ville. Prince George County.
Mrs. Fillmore Beall. of Beltsvillc, has
returned., after a visit to relatives In
Washington and Baltimore. x
Mrs. Joseph It. Owens has returned.
after a visit of several weeks to her
brother, Mn Charles A. Councilman.
Harry W. Gore, of Upper Marlboro,
has been visiting friends and relatives
in Washington during the current week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Burnell. of Wash
Ington, have been visiting friends here.
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ATTACKS STARCH TRUST.
Department of Justice Kntrra Salt
Aratnst Corn Products Company.
A suit to dissolve the Corn Products
Trust was filed yesterday In the District
Court for the Southern District of New
York by Federal Attorney Wise, acting
for,the Department of Justice. He filed
a bill In equity under the Sherman law
asking for an InjuncUon to restrain the
Corn Products Ccmpany of New Jersey.
St. Louis Sirup and Preserving Company,
of St. Louis: the Novelty Candy Corpo
ration, of New Jersey: PenlcK & Ford.
New Orleans, and officers and directors
of these corporations from carrying out
contracts alleged to be in restraint of
The defendants are engaged In the sale
f starch, glucose corn srup. Krone
sugar cand). and arious other articles
partly composed of corn products. Fac
tories are located in rvew Jersey...rew
York. Illinois, lojva. Ixiuislana. and Ten
nessee. The corporalon, are capitalized
under tho Corn Products Company at
. Kdward T-Uedford. president: llllam
J. Mathcson. first lice president; Fred
erick TC Fisher, secretary, all of Sew
GCfPjxbt lv BavZriarEvSsf.
York, are officers of the Corn Products
Company. E. Beverly TValden. presi
dent; It. S. Bruns, vice president. P. T.
Fisher, secretary and treasurer, all of
New York, are officers of the National
Starch. Company. Ten others are named
as directors and officers of other com.
panics, parties to the suit.
RECORD STILL STAHBS.
More BUI Introduced In Last Con
mremm Than Present by S.OOO.
According to an announcement yester
day, the members of the Sixty-second
Congress did not introduce as many bills
as those or the last Congress. 'The total
number of bills Introduced in the Housn
during the Sixty-first Congress was 3,
Oco. .whereas the number Introduced In
the Sixty-second will not reach 30,000. .
A total of 810. bills became lawln the
Sixty-first, while the Sixty-second will
show a total on March of about TSfl.
The number of bills Introduced during
the present session has been about S,C.
compared with 57.0W In the previous to
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