THIE WASHINGTON TDIES, SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 1912.
DULL SKIES FAIL
TO 'HALT EASTER
Fashionably Attired Wor
, shipers Parade After
' . Services.
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S. J., sang high mass at St. Aloyslus'
this morning, the service beginning at
IX. One hundred and fifty altar boys
and acolytes ' were in the sanctuary,,
ana tnero was a choir or nrty voices
hoard at this Impressive mass. Two
thousand Incandescent lights In tho
reredos mode the chief altar a blazing
Klory. The Rev. H. Lyons, S. J., was
deacon of the mass, and the Rev. A.
Hart, 3. J., was mibdeacon.
Largo congregations were present this
morning at the First Congregational
and Ninth Street Christian Churches.
At tho former, one of tho most elaborate
musical services of tho day in the city
attracted, .and at tho Ninth Street
Church an anniversary celebration serv
ice took place. Twenty-ono years ago
today the Ninth street Disciples first
met, assembling for service undor the
Rev. Dr. EX B. Bagley. The handful
of peoplo at tho first meeting have In
creased until 1,064 members are en
rolled, practically all of whom were at
the service this morning.
The Rev. George A. Miller, tho pastor,
preached the sermon of the day. At
the First Congregational Ch'urch the
Rev. Samuel H. Woodrow was heard.
Solos Were given by Miss Edna Scott
Smith and Mrs. B. H. Smart. Tho
EJaBter anthems were sung by a choir
New members were received Into tho
Mt. Pleasant Congregational Church at
the -end of service this morning. Tho
pastor, tho Rev. Frank L. Goodwin.'.
preacnea on "Tno itensonaDie iope 01
Immortality," and tho choir sang an
thems by Buck and Snross. The Sun
day1. sohool festival at this church will
oe neiQ at 8 o'ciock tnis morning.
At St. Patrick's.
No .service In tho city excelled In
pomp or beauty that at St. Patrick's
Tho Rev. Jamos A. Smyth was cele
brant of high mass, and other gor
geously vested priests In tho sanctuary
besides the pastor were the Rev. George
Sauvage, of the Catholic University,
and tho Rev. EL P. Burke, who were
deacon and subdeocon, and Fathers
Carroll and McNamara, regular assist
ants in St. Patrick's parish.
Musio of modern and ancient compos
ers was given during the mass by tho
sunctuary and mixed chairs which were
at their full strength thlH morning. The
church had been beautifully decorated
with hundreds of lilies and other flow
ers and the altar was banked wltli
white floral ornaments. Myriad hidden
Incandescent llchts eleamed from the
altar back. Following his custom of
many years Mr. Rusaell nrsachen the
sermon at high mass today, talking
upon "The Resurrection." The preach
"No fert In history stands upon such
incontrovertible testimony as the Resur
rection. It Is llttlo wonder that today
over tho whole world arises a glorious
symphony qf praisa, that north, east,
west; and south all loin In one glad
hosannuh and that oven the unbeliever
Is todav affected and deeply stirred."
Mouslgnor RuhhpII In beginning his
address said: "In the trief time al
lotted todav wo are not permitted to
review all tho testimony there Is that
Christ rose from the dead the testi
mony of those who f-aw. who touched
film, who ate with Him, the testimony
or mat cnurch wnion he rounned. tne
testimony of the Individual soul
throughout thoi .-ures unwilling to oe
confined In the narrow scope of a few
trnnsltorv years. Each of these divis
ions would be more than sufficient to J
shall analyse the testimony of one yho
saw Him not In the flesh."
Monslgnor Russell then went on to
consider tho ovldenco of tho Resurrec
tion given by St Paul. He reviewed the
early .years and clrsumstances of tho
npostlo and dramatically described tho
conversion of Saul of Tarsus Into Paul
the' Apostlo" upon the road to Damascus
"lo it nosslhlo." asked tho priest, "that
fit. Paul wad either deceived as. to tho
fact that the Lord Jesus spoke wltn
htm, or Is it possible that lie was 'a
cautious deceiver, liar; if you will par
don the word w ' .
Calls It Inconvelvable.
"Tho first Is Inconceivable;, the sec
ond likewise" Nothing short of a vjvld
and palpable reality couldhave worked
such a change on1 a man llko Paul, of
adamantine purpose, of Indomitable
will.' For such la. man consciously to de
ceive, a motivo must bo ascribed, and
nono has over been able to suggest such
, Solemn high mass was celebrated In
8f Mary's Church at 10:30 o'clock this
morning, and the Easter sermon was
delivered by tho Rov. Father Benedict,
C. PP. S. ,
Tonlcht at 7:30 o'clock, there will bo
solemn closing, exercises of the- great
English mission which has been In
progress tno past wceK. Tne exenceaes
will consist of the chanting of Vespors,
mission sermon by Father Benedict, C.
PP. S., renewal of baptismal vows, and
benediction of the Blessodl Sacrament.
So remarkable has been the success
of the two weeks' mlsslbn by the Pre
cious 'Blood Fathers, at St Mary's, that
they have received requests to inaugu
rate missions at other Catholic
Churches in thlB city, ana Fatner Bene
dict has' promised to open a two-weeks'
mission at another Washington church
in the early fall.
Eastor morning at St. Joseph's
Church was marked by unusual solem
nity of ritual. Solemn high maes-waa
celebrated at 10:30 o'clock by tho Rev.
Valentine F. Schmltt. nastor of St.
.Joseph's, with Rev.' Ignatius Fealy as
'deacon, and Patrick J. Byrne as sub-
T!a...v.. A. .InntlAIlt train 1 1 nr. nn a. A-
iCUWII. K C.V,.V.V DU.4I.VII .U0 1.1-
mveroa. ty tno very uev. Alexander f.
Doyle, u. a. i, neaa or tno Apostouc
Mission House, and one of the fore
most nreachers in tho Cathollo mls-
jelonary world. ,
3MINE WORKERS TOTE
TO CONTINUE AT WORK
society flocks to
'.Despite Early Morning Rain the Fashionable Churches
of -the Capital Are Filled With Devout Easter
i Worshipers. ,
Atfen In Central Pennsylvania
District Will Not Wait for
PITTSBURGH, Fa,, April 7.-The mine
workers of central Pennsylvania for
district No. 2, at their convention in
Dubois, voted to continue at work,
ending tho negotiations of a new wage
scale, and the mines of that district,
which- ships altogether to tide, will re
sume work tomorrow morning without
waiting for tho referendum vote on tho
In the meantime, operators and
mlnerb are In Joint sessions negotiating
a new scale in district No. 5. In tho
Pittsburgh district the mines are still
idle and miners In convention, which
will formulate the new scale to be pre
sented to the operators In a few days.
This new scale will bo based on tho
Cleveland scale and will be practically
the same. Miners and operators In tho
Butler-Armstrong-Mercer fields, which
arc not altogether unlonlred, have sign
ed a now scale for three years, tho
same as the one that expired April 1.
exhaust our time. Todayjiistead, we monies,
(.Grand Lodge Masons
To Assemble at Temple
Grand Lodge Masons of Washington
who will be present at the cornerstone
laying of the University Club. Fifteenth
and 'I streets northwest, Wednesday
afternoon at 5 o'clock, have been called
to assemble at the New Masonic Templo
at 4 o'clock, an hour before the cere-
'In'splta of tho rain this morning tho
world of society was abroad early at
tending tho Easter morning services,
nnd notablo congregations filled tho
churches, especially In tho fashlonablu
northwest section of tho city. At most
of tho churches a Bpcilai eong service
bv the choir was a feature of the serv
ire, and altars and chancels wero
nllocru with quantities of Easter Htlcs
nnd other spring blossoms.
Tho President., accompanied by "ona
of Ills nides, was In his nccJstomed
pew at All Souls' Unitarian Church at
l'om tcenth and L streets, and the .cus
tomary throng, anxious for a glimpse
of the Chief Executive, was in evidence.
Some of those In tho congregation
thoie were 3nator and Mis. D. U.
Fletcher of Florida, and the Misses
Fletcher;' Rear Admiral and Mrs. Rich
ard Wain Wright U. S. N.; Rear Admi
ral nnd Mrs. John E. Pillsbury, U. 8.
N.; Congressman nnd Mrc, A. J. Potors,
Mrs. .Z. L. Tanner, Miss Ruth Tanner,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gale tho Com
missioner of the Land Office and Mrs
Fred Dennett, Mrs. James Flood, Miss
Catherine Newton, Congressman and
Mrs. Ernest Roborts, Mrs. Baxten Mrs.
Cassels, Mrs. Ro'oley D. Evans. Mrs.
Whitman Cross, Mrs. James Hood, Mrs.
Spanhoofd, Mra. Grosvenor Dawc, Mrs.
V. G. B. Plerca.
Miss Taft At St. John's.
Mrs. Taft, Mlss Helen Taft. and .the
tatter's houso guest, Miss Helen Barber,
of Bryn Mawr, were among those at
tending tho services at St John's Epis
copal Church at 11 o'clock. They walked
over rrom the White House through
Lafayette Square park. Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Merrlam and their daughters,
Mrs. John Tyler Wheelwright of Bos
ton, and Miss Laura Merriam were also
among those at St John's, as were
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, Mrs.
Lloyd W. Bowers and Miss Martha
Bowers, and the latter's houstf guest,
Miss Marjorie Edgar, of Charleston, S.
C.; Mrs. Caldcron Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs
J. Mandevllle Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Bruce Howe, Mrs. Edward Mc
Cauley, Miss Mary McCauley, Mrs. Ro
land Cotton Smith, Miss Margaret Cot
ton Smith, and Cqtton Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Tuckcrman, Miss Jean
Crosby, Mrs. C. B. Howry. Miss Eliza
beth Howry, Mrs. W. W.'Flnley and tho
MIbscs Flnley, Miss Mary Webb, Mrs.
Morris Evans and Miss Meta Evans,
William F. Mattlngly, Mr. and Mrs.
Woodbury Blair, and Brig. Gen. and
Mrs. Clarcnco R. Edwards, U. 8. A.
At Church of Convenant.
At tho Church of the Covenant, the
fashionable Presbyterian house of wor
ship on Connecticut avenue, some of
those present were Gen. and Mrs. John
W. Foster. Mrs. W. H. H. Southerland
and Miss Harriet Southerland, wife and
daughter of Rear Admiral Southerland;
Mrs. Russell B. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Williams, Jr., the Secretary to
tho President and Mrs. Charles D.
Hllles, Col. and Mrs. Spencer Cosby,
U. S. A.; Mrs. Charles R. Shepard, Mrs.
Stephen B. Elklns, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Leo, Mrs. Stanley Matthews, the As
sistant Secretary of the Navy and "Mrs.
Beekman Wlnthrop, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Bradley, Judge and Mrs. Stanton Pele,
Mrs. William Haywood, Miss Doris
Haywood, Lieut, and Mrs. Walter B.
Woodson. U. S. N.; Senator Cullom,
Miss Fisher, former Senator end-Mrs.
J. C. Burrows, Mrs. T. DeWItt Talmage,
and Miss Rebecca Collier, Gen. and
Mrs. William L. Marshall, U. 8. A., and
(Miss Maltland Marshall; Miss Blebert,
Mrs. John Hay, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Barrett Rldgely. J
At St. Mathew's Church.
The Fionch Ambassador nnd Mmo.
Jusserand and tho Naval Attache of
tho French Embassy and Viscountesii
Ecnolst d'Asy were among those at
tending divine worship at St Mat
thew's Catholic Church, ions tho most
fashionable church of that 'denomina
tion ln the city. Others at St. Mat
thew's were the Italian Ambassador Jnd
Marchesa Cusanl and their daughter,
Donna Beatrice Cusanl; the Brazilian
ambassador, Mr, de Gama, and tho
Argentine Minister and Mme. Naon,
of the Diplomatic Corps; Mrs. Robert
Hlncklov, Miss Gladys Hinckley, the
former Minister to Spain and Mrs.
Hannis Taylor, and Miss Taylor; Mme.
de Pena, wife of the minister of Uru
guay, and the Misses de Pena; Miss
Catherine Lctterman, Mr. Joseph
Letter, Col. and Mrs. John R. Williams,
U. S. A.; Mrs. James F. Barbour, Miss
Marguerite Barbour, Mrs. William Man
ning Irwin, the Misses Irwin, Capt and
Mrs. Harold P. Norton, U. S. N.; the
Misses Lee, Dr. Thomas 3. Lee, Vis
count and Viscountess de Slbour, Mrs.
Casenove E-llson, Mrs. Corcoran Thorn,
Mrs. Dudley Morgan. Dr. and Mrs. 1'.
J. Lennox, tho Chief Justice and Mrs.
Edward White, Justlco and Mrs. Mc
(Cenna, Mrs. Brlnton Stone, Mrs. Knox
Taylor, and Mrs. Preston Sands.
At Lutheran Church. '"
The German Ambassador and Count
ess von Bernstorff, as usual, Noccuplod
their pew In Concordia Lutheran
Church, on G Btreet
Preceding the usual morning service
at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, the
The 03 penetrates to tfie sore anil
Inflamed ports, erring quick relief.
Trial botfle ioc;Tge bottles 2St, Soc
.marriage of Miss Laura Burleson and
Richard Van Wyck Negiey, of Texas,
look place nmld the profusion of Eastor
lilies adorning the chancel, flnm nf
those attending the' regular services!
wero Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roosevelt!
Dr. and Mrs. J. Breckinridge Baynoj
iTT. ana airs, uuy jrainax wniting and
the Misses Whiting. Mrs. Drlccn nnd
Miss Natalie Drlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Will-;
mm a. ivjiux vju ttlios itiuu. vun jrs-
dale, Mrs. Flllcbrown and Miss Ellen
Flllebrown; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
ThroDD. Mr. and MrSi A. P. Crenshaw.
(Miss Crenshaw, and Miss Elizabeth
Crenshaw. Mrs. Bavno and the Misses
iiaync, Airs. tt. A. unmngion ana Miss
Bailie Garllngton, wife and daughter of
Brigadier General Garllngton; Senator
Hoke Smith and Miss Lucie Hoko
Smith, Mrs, E. C. Brooks and Miss
Dorothy Gray Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
Edson Bradley, Mrs. Charles J. Bell,
Commissioner nnd Mrs. John A. John
ston, Congressman nnd Mrs; Jones nnd
Miss Anne Seymour Jones, Mrs. J, W.
McMurray and Miss McMurray, and
Justice and Mrs. II. M. Clabaugli.
Rear Admiral nnd Mrs. J. D. Adams,
U. B. N and Miss Edmonla Adams
wore among those at St. Margaret's,
and also In, the congregation there wero
Mrs. Frederick Wesson and her son-in-law
and daughter. Paymaster and Mrs.
B. E. Barber, U. 8. N.; Mrs- J. D. Gate
woodland the MIsbos Gatewood.
Aviator's Wife, to t.
Funeral ceremonies for V.
Peck. Wife of tho Vountr Wnahlnrlnn
aviator, will be held In the family
apartments nt tho.Royalton tomorrow
morning at 11:16 o'cldck. The Rev. Wil
liam Tayloe Snyder, tho minister who
performed tho marriage ceremony le3i
than a year ago, will officiate at the)
The body will bo taken to Rockvllle,
Md., tomorrow afternoon, where Inter
nient will bo made In Union Cemetery.
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