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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913.-
THE CAPITAL.
"Learn One Thing Every Day."
No. 1 THE CAPITOL
ICppjTitht 1513 tK tb wrutel "Sea-sparer
School, Inc.!
The ctTect of the Capitol Is most im
posing bv reason of its noble architec
ture Its location the loveliness of tho
jrrounds. It dominates the whole citr of
Washington with a simple Krandeur
IV hen the thousands of visitors that come
to Washington dallj see the Capitol for
the first time thej are thrilled with ane
ind with pride. It is so much finer than
am description of it can be
But Its beginning wis alxurd The
commiskloners appointed I I'rcti ient
Washington to provide for a Capitol of
fered MO in cash and a building lot for
the best design' The designs submitted
nere worth) of the offer
William Thornton from tie West In j
dies George Hadfcld of 1-rgland
Stephen IHHet. a Frenchman and J"l n
Mohan in Irishman did the first work
in conn-ctltn with the building in 1 the
fight oxer the credit an 1 tin reuird was
all that the names ind nation times sut
gest I arts of the pl-ini submitted 1)5
Thornton -ind Htllet wire adopted
President Washington laid the corner
stone of thi building on Sept mber is
rv Hrfdtield tnd then Hoi an ha 1 )
clarge of the work until 1WH. wh n llm
jAiinn I.atrooe in 1 ngiisnman suicteu
ed them 11 designed the j.rc und plan
for th two wim.s in I ilso tlie two 1 k
Matlvc h ill He also rebuilt the t apitol
after the Ilntlsh burned It in 1S1I
Tne lirnt native Vmencan architect f
the Capitol was Chirl s Rulllinch if
Foston who built the old dome the ro
tunda and the 111 ran following la
trobe s xlans als the glacis ind ternce
on the w.st side When liulinnch re
tired in K'3 the praclicall completed
Capitol lm 1 cost up t that tim lcs
thin K.O00I""! Its tonl cost up to this
tlm has not e-tcreded J14 "WOttl
It rerrained irictlcallv as Hiilltineh
left it for a quarter of t ci nturi when
Congress decided in IsoO to replace the
old wings bv larger ones Thomas U
Walter of I hiladclphia, was selected as
arehiteit and the work wit In I rogre s
si during the civil war
Walter removed the orlgiral dome and
mticed it with the present i
feet above the base line 1V f et tl i
diam ter of the bat-e line It is of iron
lonstructed to expand and lontrart with
temperature variations Craw fords
statue of Ubertv poised on the- top of
the great lantern which crowns the cu
pola 30 feet above the esplanade is
a beautiful bronie figure, twentj feet
high weighing 1000 pounds. In 1S67 the
building was pronounced finished in
ruch a mami r that it will last fur ages
as a creditable monument of the state
of the arts at this time In this countrj
Its total length is 750 feet and its widest
part Is a little less than half that The
-ei ate chamber is in the north wing
an 1 b twit n it and the rotunda is the
heautifullr decorated Supreme Court
formerlv the hall of tho Senate
Thi thamber of the House of Itiire
"cntatlvis is in the south wing and le
twen it and the rotunda is Statuary
Hall formerlv the hall of the House of
Jle rrhcntatlvis Tluse wings art con
structtd of white marble of a bluish
ting! Thi whole centnl part of the
I uilding incluling the b tse of tin ro
tin da is of V irtinU sail lston tinted
white
Tin otundi is 1ji f et in i ircumference
an I IS- fe.t hlxh Hit wall panels con
tain large piintim,3 of historh evints.
The si most inten sting ale til Trum
lull tnvas on thi Revolution The
I rim ip ii fgnies lift sir, ,ri utn il
I rtruts p untiil 1 I Trumbull who
w is ml -de-camp to li Washington
The s i ncal pirt of thi dom is lovered
lv i wind rful albgorleal fll z in high
nllef begun bv lirumtdl covering about
t ) siuire fut It Is not jet com
plrted
Th t apitol gro mds ei lit tin twentv
tw in i a half icn s.
I irr) dn it tlltlerrnl Inminli lll
Irrest aturv will nppenr lu The
llrralrt Von run re iM-nullIti!
Ititngllo reproduction of the nlwve
pit Hire "till Ave othera. equally
nltrartlvr, TjPVt. Inelie In Hire,
vvllh this) fH "Mentor" In
The 'Mentor" a vvcll-Wnovvn nn
lhorlt rmrta the Mibjerf of the
lilctnrrit Mid atorlra nf the week
Header nf The llemltl anil "Thr
Mentor- will know art, lllrrntnrr
hlstor aclenre npd travel anil
own eiqillslf picture tin Male
rt The llernlil oOlce Price, 111
irnln Write to-ila to The llernlil
for hnnklet explaining the tmn
i Intrd evvapsper schiwl plnn
MME GADSKI GIVES CONCERT
Npfrllll Mlfllli.l
PATRON VISITS CHURCH
i rl
Pnld I rl
ivering
1
ii
ttemln Sf n Ices
t th
. n'in
s I BS
of lv rlc musk cai tivated
udicnci which tten le 1 the
concirt of Mmi Johanna G idskl at
tie Iilasco Thiat r last light The
soprano pud I ut little attention to thf
Wagnerian operas in whose interi re
a ion she is supposed to excel frran7
Ilrahms Orl c strau s and tin Vmerl
can ci mposers McDowell Glim iur and
I lebllng foun 1 the greater part of u
dilightfiillj variegated programme
The America n compo ers who com
pns d tl e thira song group were ren
dered most effe tivelj in the minds o
the an Hence McDowells Midsummer
I ullabj a light -iglung melodj that
ian be shattered bv the least hint of
effe rt for effect brought forth a storm
f approval
Dich teure Halle" from Tann
ha is r ind Fists Traum from
Ilnngrin were the Wagnerian
tuiml er The firmer was well sung
th latter indifferentlv
i I arles 1- Haker as the accompanist
showed i th irougll appreeiation of the
unusual varletv of songs presented
MEDALLION PLEASES WILSON
Work of llin tunc. I ndlieri; I
ed
Prenldenf-elcpt
striking jortrait relief medalluu of
President elect W lis n h is been m nle bj
Miss gnes T odberg i sculptor of New
rort R. I wlios work fir the W of
New vork Ins ittrarted wide attention
Miss lidberg is well known in W ill
ington anl during the inaugiirtl will be
the guest of Commarder and Mrs F II
Tillman of lO e ;tr(,ot Northwest.
Prepidint i le-ct Wilson po r 1 for the me
dalhon in 1 was greatlv plcasi vilth
Miss 1.1 dl ergs woik Seme nf her best
known I ronze m -elHlhons are th i5e or
Admiral Cladwick inl Mherton might
Miss ldberg is i native of Ileum irk
and a t,ra luate of the Pojal Vciiemv of
Fine rts in np nhagen Miss I nlberg
has resile in th I nlted states sipn
BR00KLAND CLUB ORGANIZES
Pin
Fnterlnlr
its
Members of the He lv Name Society
of St Anthoni s parish at a meeting
Saturday night in McCloskev Hall or
ganlzed the Tlrookland Social Club
Entertainments and athletics will be
a feature of the club s activities The
organization is prlmarll for the
jounger members of the parish
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing jear John Tobln
president Anthonj Ilodier vice presi
dent John Bond secretarj Ward
Hatfield treasurer and John McClos
kej marshal
T Core Cuastipaflon.
Don t dose the system with a lot of dan
erous habit forming drugs Physicians
everywhere are not prescribing Hoffa
Lemon Seldiltz. the good tasting seldllta
powder All druggists sell It .
morllll I .liner In Son
li II Inerim of tall ( lalre Wis
through tvh s, f.inerosit the liu-ram
Memorial (. hurch was built s a iitnio
rial to his son th late t harles Ingram.
ittendel the morning and evening serv
ices in the church vesterdav und was
,iveii t he-artl re eptl in bv tile pastor
Kev J Inzzill and the eongrei,a
tlon
Mr Ingram eight three ars old Is
in splendid health stands to h's full
height of six fiet and he was like a
patriarch in the midst of the throng at
the church withmanv of w hose members
he has a jiersonal acquaintance To night
a formal re-ceptlon will be given him ut
the church.
Kev I)r Inzzill preached jestcrdai
morning on Healing the Blind Last
night h delivered an illustrated lecture
on The Church of Deeds
sixteen new members were received
into the church
STANDARD NOT DIFFERENT
tin
llnrlinur llecrles Dlstlr
nf Spie In Religion
standard of moralltv I
V singl
loth men and women was stronglj
advocated jestirdaj afternoon b Dr
t larenee A Barbour a member of the
interdenomin itional committee of the
V M I in the course of an cvan
gelistn mens meeting held at the lie
lasco Theater under the auspices of
the loci i M r
The same standarl of ptiritv applies
to both sexes di elareel Dr Iarbeiur
with vehemence and has so applied
from the beginning
Dr Birbe ur tlo dened the extreme
Vmerictn si Irlt to get there vvhich
he sdld often in ikes men willing to
i limb the ladder of succe
though the trample down others in
the pro e ss
Ir I trl our s topic w as Winning
Om " He mail t lined that ill mental
phvsietl anl lrltnal life is a con
stmt battle ml tint in order fir l
man to reali7e himself full he must
lonstintlv light temptation
scar
I nils Power Hill Pitsseel
Tie Hon e last night passe 1 a rcsolu
tion extending until II irch 4 Mil the law
under which power is disposesl of at
Niagara tails This law will expire h
limitation on March 4 next If it had
not been exten led the present contnets
for the disposal of power gtnerated by
the waters of Niagara would have been
abrogates! 1 he resolution passed last
night was introduced at the urgent re-
ouet of the Secretar of War
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS
rear Beach
C up dally E3rator
WINTER RESORTS
NORTH rtrtoLIVA.
After Inauguration
F nJoT Golf and Outdoor Life Vmld
Ideal Climatic Condltlona at
HIGHLAND PINES INN
(VVej mouth HrtchU)
SOUTHERN PVE, C.
VI! OLLTbl Y NLVV Ml KD!I UOAI13
Throiich I'Htlman brrtre Tia Sraho.rU lr IJnc
nui inr ttoeairi ana nate-i
HOTEL CLARENDON
Wrg'n Are near Beach. Ctpedlj 30ft.
Ot-tn all yrar nootni en rulte. Pnr&te bath.
Ekrtrlc ILMs HeTtor San Tartar
Booklet Monroe Ila chin Prop.
HOTEL MERVINE
LOLb WILLI VMS
HOTEL BOTHWELL
irjinia Ave second boaw from Boardwalk
and Steel I irr Ttny an i tment
11 cuest standard In cnnlne and mttIci? BockleL
errt your b"tel heforr FiiM.fr Write
for Information Box D Atlantic City
STORES TO CLOSE FOR
SUFFRAGE PAGEANT
Merch.BtjxProb.bbr Will Close Doors
at 3 o'Clock To-day AH Buiaeu
to Be Suspended To-morrow.
The members of the Retail Merchants
Association of Washlntrton are plannlns
to give the festival spirit Incident to the
inauguration full pl-tj It Is expected that
man of them will close their stores
either at 1 or 3 o clock to day In order to
permit their cmpIoes to view the suf
frage pageant.
Inasmuch as on Tuesdaj the stores of
the clt will be closed all day. It is ex
pected thit the local merchants will keep
open Just long enough on Monday to at
tend to the wants of ashlngtonians and
the vl'ltlnc public
There were great crowds of people in
the stores all d ty Saturday, householders
laying In supplies to carry them over the
In uiguretlon The vl.-itlng public Is alio
in tvldcncc- in the stores pun.hing' not
onl souvenirs but rubstantlils as well
to carr) to their homes
SAKS BUILDING ADMIRFD
nrrnrntle
t Seventh nail tilt Ave
nue moiiK Moat l.laborate.
mong the beutlfull decorated build
Ings along Pcnnlvinia Avenue which
were admired b thouvinds who thronged
the thoroiighf-trc list nlRht during the
trial Illumination is that of Saks &. Co,
corner of Seventh btreet and Pcnnslva
nii Acnue
That part of the building fronting on
Pennsylvania Avenue was ablaze with
electrical pieces and thousands of lights
Thousands of ards of bunting flags, and
other decorations hide the entire building
from the ground to the roof
The decorations are among the most
elaborate in the tit ind are in accord
anee with the compin s polic to 1 ccp
ipace with the times.
WORK ON FLAT$
TO BE RESUMED
Dredges Being Repaired for RecUm-
b'oa Service Laid Traiaferred
to GovenuBeaL
ord has been received here that the
work of repairing the dredges formerly
("operating In the Eastern Branch on the
reclamation of the Anacostta flats Is pro
greasing rapldl They will be ready
shortly to return to the site of the work
It was the hope that most of the Im
provements In section No 1 would be
completed this winter The government
dredge Is making good headway In con
nection with the work In project No 2,
Joseph Miller and George J P Maler.
owneni of property along the eastern
shore of tho branch between the Ana
costta antl Pennsylvania Avenue bridges
havo transferred the desired strip of land
to the government so that condemns
tlon proceedings will be unnecessary It
Is probable others ma do the same thlnt,
Oscar C HrotherK who owns propert
cast or Anacostia llrldge was the first
to donate a strip to the government
Mr and Mrs. Lowe and daughter, of
I'ortmouth a. nrrlvcd yestcrda to
impend the In-iuguration period with Mr
und Mrs O b I'umphre. of Nichols
venuc Mr and Mrs Walter Bennett,
also of Portsmouth aro with Mr and Mrs
Frank G Undsa, In Mount A lew Tlace
Mr and Mrs bamuel Masson of Q Street
have visiting them Mrs and Mites Hinson
and Airs Alln Field, of Baltimore Mr
and Mrs Samuel M Frazicr of Maple
Mew Avenue arc entertaining v inters.
Mr and Mrs J R Ilarnlsh of Mount
lew Place have inaugural vilstors from
Boston Mr and Mrs. William bcantle
bury Jr of 1617 Minnesota Avenue ex
pect tho Misses Chaner of Virginia to
spend the week with them
Ten were admitted to membership In
the congregation of the Cast Washing
ton Height Baptist Church last evening
tl a special service conducted h thi.
pastor. Itev James W. Man A large
congregitlon was present to witness the
Immersion'' of candidates and to welcome
them Into the congregation"
Sergt. Charles J Wiber, of the
Eleventh Police precinct. Is able to
resume work again
Practically all meetings of citizens
bodies and fraternal bodies scheduled
for this evening and to morrow evening
have been postponed on account of tho
Inauguration
The high winds of estcrd were
responsible for tho blowing down of a
number of overhead, wires In the oul
bine districts near hen Gangs of men
will be In evidence this morning restoring
tho damaged wires I
INDIANS ATTEND SERVICES.
i htefs Ilr.r Senium Uy Mur. Will
ImHI T. Ituaat-ll.
A scurc or more of Indian headed by
Col 'Dick Plunlcett, gorme.il III ilothes
of civilization" yet wi irlng numerous
little trinkets distinctive i f tin Ir race, at
tended maies at Kl I'Url k h hurch yen
terday nioriiiiui hhI llstinrii lo u si rtnoii
b Mtr Willi im T Hiiw-ll
The chance of ,olnt I i imus 1 lctseel the
Indians grrutlj, for ll i y h ivh n it mbwd
a Sunda servlct in many months Other
Indians allied with llm I reshyti rlan faith
attended services ut the Hrst Prrrby-
tfrlnn Church on the Invitation of th
Itev Dr Don ild M Maclod
Farmer llaa Thirty-art en Children.
t,rand Forks N Dak , March 1 rather
to thlrt-scven children is the dlatlnctlon
possessed by II r Hertsog a ranch
farmer, living near Palermo Thre times
has Hertsog married widows with large
famlllis. Mr Hertsog Is seventy cars ut
ige. ltohs like t man of slxt takes
care of thirty five held of cittle ind
eleven horses grew 1 w bushels of grnln
last e-ir, and hstiilesl it to market hlm
iclf In partv imitation he. admits llng
a I ull Mooscr
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS
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fir Q,&MraA4, Owe? 1?n,oJi& .
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Mi sliort line to hlue nidRi Mounlain
lirl rtuMient
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Special Low Sunday
Excursion Fare
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WASHIN6T0H fiD OLD
DOMINION RAILWAY
HOTEL JACKSON
ASKrtou and Ccrapau tana, biaxial alulae ralaa. i
HOTEL TRAYMORE
ATLANTIC CITY
Always Open For. the Service of Its Guests
WASHING rON AND OLD
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special mm
On March $ Special Train Operated from
Washington, D. Q.,
i to fciluemorit. ya.
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SlaklMK intermediate "ton' leaving
Washington at 9 X p in On SHrc'i I
No T leaving WashinKton S p. m will
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nt Iiili rmeiliile points perial train
rill bi 01 erateJ trim WasVnKton to
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p ni .,
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GREAT FALLS
Where exists the only remains ol
the skill of George Washington as
an engineer
Most Beautiful at This
Time of Year
ROUND TRIP
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Georgetown Cars make connection
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