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Settlement to Celebrate Fif
teenth Anniversary of Its
Existence This Week.
Neighborhood House, the nodal
and Industrial settlement at 470 N
street southwest, will celebrate its
fifteenth anniversary of existence
this week, and the number fifteen ls(
to characterize every function at the
house during- the weok.
All the "graduates" of the house
who are now "grown up" will aid In
The official opening of the week
will be at 3 o'clock this afternoon,
in the form of a housewarmlng of
the specialty shop -of Neighborhood
ouo industries, luu ' street norm
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Products to Be Sold".
Here children's clothes, woven rugs
and linens, all products of the busy
children of Neighborhood House, will
be on sale. And besides, there will
be quantities of cakes, tarts, pies,
ana other good things to eat. Tho
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Although the week Is primarily one
of celebration, thoso In charge are
ending out appeals to Washington
tans to contribute.
Contributions, from IB rents to JIB,
f f'i r2eiV.."K-2"I VfL'Uwo local churches, flt. Mark's Eplsco-
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Play On Trlday.
Friday afternoon, tho children of
Neighborhood Houso are going to
tags a play. "Tho Three Bears"
la the title, and the price well, it's
There will be a real baby-show,
as one of tho features of tho week,
and this Is to bo Wednesday night,
under the auspices of the Peace Club.
Tho older members of the club, now
married and the proud possessors of
"Juniors," avIII enter their youngsters
In the show for the benefit of tho
to start tonight
Thirty-ninth Annual Meeting Opens
in First Church.
The thirty-ninth annual meeting of
the Columbia Association of Baptist
Churches will convene this evening
in the First Baptist Church, and con
tinue until Thursday, with notable
speakers in Sunday school and church
At tho session tonight the sermon
will be by the llev. Uovo Griffith
Johnson, pastor of Immanuel Baptist
At tho morning session tomorrow
tho Ilov. James W. Manv will read
letters from tho churches. The en
rollment of delegates, election of
officers, and a report of the commit
tee on order of exorcises, by the Uev.
William W. Monasters, pastor of
First Church, also uro on the pro
gram. At the afternoon session will be
read the report of the executive
board, report of treasurer, address
by the Hev. J. J. Mulr, rnport of com
mittee on buildlnc and loan fund by
the Rev. K. W, Johnson, chairman:
announcement of special committees
to nominate the now executive boards
and the Place and preachers df tho
At tho evening session addrosses
will be madn bv tho Hev. John V.
Vinos, Itounokc, Vn., representing tho
Southern Baptist Convention, und tho
Itov. J. II. Franklin, on "The Chal
lenge of tho Orlont." rqiirrscntlng tho
Northern Baptist Convention
TO ELECT OFFICERS
Tho annual election of officers and
smoker will bn the chief features of
the November mooting of tho Bard
bury Heights Citizens' Association, to
be held this evening at tho Bradbury
The question or tho lighting of the
road crossing tho District linn at
Bradbury Heights and running through
a small section of woods on the Mary
land side will be discussed. At the
present time this road Is dark and a
number of motor accidents have taken
place, as a result of the darkness.
' Eight lamps would bo sufficient to
furnish the necessary light, accord
ing to the cltUens. An effoit will be
made to formulate nn plan that
will Impress the need of the extra
ngniing on me uisinci aim rrince
Qeorge a county officials.
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KlfcHlieb OUS JAtLS. rTWjjNitl3esTtoM . I OfcUSTlW
Washington May Have
Appointment of Samuel Wood as Accompanist at
Central High School, Where There Is a Pipe
Organ, Suggests Civic Opportunity.
A progressive civic opportunity is
offered Washington In the recent ac
tion of the Board of Education In
creating a position at tho now Central
High School which at first was desig
nated mcrely4 as accompanist for the
music departi&fcfct of tho school.
The selection of Samuel Wood, or
ganist and choir director, to All tho
position serms to Indicate a foresight
on the part of the board that may lead
to Washington taking Us place with
other progressive civic communities.
Tho new Central High School has built
Into Its auditorium a large pipe organ.
Other and smaller municipalities than
Washington 'Jkara raallcod 5 tha clvlS
ment of a municipal organist, such as
that maintained by the city govern
ment of I'ortlnnd, Me.
Sir. Wood Is ICqulpped.
Mr. Wood's position does not include
such a possibility thus far, but his
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AIFi W00(1 aa receivea me morougn
training of the English choir school; ho
completed his studies at Manchester,
England. He has been eight years In
this cltv. where his experience for such
work has been evidenced in .his posi
tions as organist and choir director of
pal Church, with Its choir of boys, and
the Church of the Good Shepherd,
which also has the boy choristers.
llalstcad Pierce Hoover, director of
music of Central High School, says
that Mr. Wood Is to be designated as
hlB co-worker. The plans for this co
operation are still In embryo, but the
2,000 enrolled students In the school are
to be given, besides their special ad
vantages In major and normal music,
their work In musical history and har
mony, some valuable Instruction In
voice production under Mr. Wood. Mr.
Hoover believes the choruses will soon
give evidence of the benefits of this en
larged opportunity. ,
If tho high school organ could also
serve tho community. It would begin a
fihase of public use of tho schools that
s one of the Ideals of civic enterprise.
Marriage of Interest Here.
The announcement of tho marriage of
H. L. Bralnard, pianist, and Mme. Olive
Frcmstad. who ranks in the Metropoli
tan Opera world sb one of the foremost
Wagnerian sopranos, is of special In
terest to Washington because for a sea
son or two Mr. Bralnard has been com
ing to Washington each week to teach,
and at present he Is listed on the faculty
of the Hendtey School 0 Musical Ex
pression, of this city.
Mme. Fremstad was born in Stock
holm, Sweden, but she grew up In Min
neapolis, ana can do ciaimea an Ameri
can. She was a pupil of Lllll Lehmann,
and made her debut at the Cologne
Opera Housne, from which sho went to
tho noyal Opera at Munich. She was
first heard at the Metropolitan Opera
House in tho season of 1904-5, when she
sang the role of Carmen. Recently shs
has devoted most of her time to recitals.
Mr. Bralnard Is prominent In New
York music circles, and Is a member of
an old Connecticut family.
Another musician to be linked by mar
riage to Washington, and who Is n
crcaslngly prominent in the mudlc
world, is Howard Brockway, the gifted
pianist and composer. Mr. Brockway
Tnarrled Katharine Bradford, of this
city, and Is woll known here both so
cially and as a musician.
This season Mr. Brockway has placed
himself In an unlquo position through
his recitals In connection with charm
ing Xoralne Wyman. "dlseuso" and
pupil of Mme. Yvotte Gullbert, who has
been heard here In that quaint art of
France of which Mme. Gullbert Is su
preme. Miss Wyman and Mr. Brockway for
aged last summer for music laro among
tho mountains of Kentucky, and have
brought before the public some unusual
natlvo ballads. These "Iionesome
Tunes." as they are called, aro hard to
classify, -ir. Brockway says. Musical
America quotes him thus:
"Tho songs suggest nothing that we
have been accuttomed to consider dis
tinctively American. Some of them hark
back vividly, or course, to their English
nnd Irish origin In melodic and rhyth
mic nature. Others seem to. hint at Rus
sian characteristics, others at negro,
others at old French yet when all Is
said, and one seeks to establish the re
lationship definitely, it proves elu
sive. "But the most amazing aspect of the
music lies In certain peculiarities of
scale rormation ana me presence or un
expected Intervals. Why. out of the
corruption of the old "European tunes
has arisen a whole new muslo of. the
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frrshrst and most haunting beauty! It
stimulates the Jaded palate as nothing
else that I know of.
"When we did severnl nf these song
beforo some of tho prominent musicians
summering at Her Harbor they could
not contain their admiration, and Mr.
Kreliler resolved Immediately to ar
range one of them for violin. To this
end I elaborated the- melody, lengthen
ing It with a section of eight liars mmle
out of tho material of the first part."t
Itrrltal ItrrnllM Story.
Tho singing of the NcapoHnn folk
sonr, "O Sole Mlo." by Nicholas Douty
In his lecturc-rccltul, recalls an Interest
lnc Btarv.c0gcernlnjr-. a Washington
singer, Mrs. Warner (llbbs, who Is now
In Krance In the I'nlted Mtntcs consular
service. On hor vacation last summer
Mrs. Qlbbs went to the unuth of France.
She was near an encampment of Italian
soldiers, and being mkivl to sing for
them, she chose their much lovtf! "()
Sole Mlo" by Edwanio dl Capua.
The music of Naples. Mr. Douty says,
bears an Individual stamp all Its own.
a product Inlluenccd by peopled acrons
the Mediterranean. Mrs. n'.bbn' singing
of this, their native song, brought her
tho warmest acclamation. It was a
cherished tribute to her Interpretation,
and to her knowledge of Its personal
clement. J. MacO,
COURSE IN TRADE
Would Have Schools Give Practi
Students In schools of the District
will be taught printing. If recom
mendations or Columbia Typographi
cal Union are carried out by the
Board or Education.
A committee or the union having
charge or an Investigation of this
phase of school work made its report
10 me union yesterday, une plant
has been Installed, at Central High
School, and the committee's report
dealt principally with It.
The union will not oppose such
training. It was brought out, hut
rather. Is In favor of It. ir the train
ing is carried on along practical lines,
with practical printers as Instructors.
The union will try to get the author
Itlcu to arrange a courso or study
such that tho union can credit time
011 apprenticeship to hoys JlnlBhing
the school printing courses.
It will also make an effort to have
night printing classes carried on, for
the benefit of apprentices employed
In the city.
WOMAN INJURED AS
Mrs. Bernard Rinehart Thrown.
From Side of Husband.
Mrs. Bernard Rinehart, of IIS Tenth
street northeast, was Injured on the
head and shoulders laft night when an
automobile In which she was riding
with her husband collided with a ma
chine operated by George S. Lewis, of
2017 Portner placo northwest, at Fif
teenth street and Massachusetts avenue
O. Pugllsl, thlrty-threo years old, of
1231 Twenty-ninth Btrcet northwest, ro
colved bruises on tho facn and body
yosterday evening when tho horso at
tached to a wagon which, ho was driv
ing ran away In N Btreot near Twelfth
northwest, and collided with the auto
mobile of Dr. T. M, McLaughlin, stand
ing In front of 1226 N street.
AVIATION FIELD SITE
A board of officers of the aviation
section, Army Signal Corps, Is at
Hampton, Vn., today Inspecting a
alto for an army aviation field and
College Park, M1., at first was the
only site considered for tho station,
but the War Department lias receiv
ed offers from Hampton, and from
two other sites In Maryland whlob
will be Inspected before aotlon It
taken. The two Maryland sttea aro
near Salisbury, on tho Eastern Shore,
and near Havre de Grsco.
A number of officers of the signal
corps favor the proposed sites at
Hampton, Salisbury or Havre do
draco over tho College Park site, be
cause tho former have water facilities
which are not provided at College
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KlWP03VTANTS FOR CASES Of ?OjsorJlNjG.
COOL NERVE OIL
ROUTS FOUR YEGGS
Philadelphia Miss Saves Fath
er's $2,000 in Safe by Put
ting Burglars to Flight.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 20. Cool
nerve on the part of seventeen-year-old
Sylvia Polfn saved the contents
of her father's safe from the hands
of four masked jeggmen whom she
surprised at work In the Tolln home.
More than $2,000 In cash lay within
the crackmen's reach when Sylvia
Hashed on half a dozen electric lights
nnd forced them to flee.
Professionals were responsible for
the attrmptod robbery. The cracking
of the safe was a neat Job, and In the
subdued glimmer nf their flash lamps
tlie yegga noted the rich contents be
. At this moment one of the Veggs
dropped a Jimmy and Sylvia, In her
room above, heard the noise, sprang
from bed and rushed downstairs.
The safe had been removed from the
flout parlor to . the kitchen, and
thither Sylvia proceeded.
Saw Men In Dark.,
The girl taw figures motionless In
the darkness. Without hesitation,
slip pushed a switch plug and lights
In the parlor nnd kitchen snapped on.
At sight of the masked men the girl
screamed and ran to the rront door.
The yeggs dashed Into the back
yard, hurried through an alley and
Jumped Into a waiting motear. They
left behind as souvenirs for the pollco
a better set of yegg tools than has
been seen nt city hall In soma time.
Moro Important to the Pnlin house
hold, they lert behind Mr. Polln's
Joseph Piolin Is a commission mer
chant, and the money represented his
collections 'for the week.
Three weeks ago an attempt was
mado to rob the safe. It failed, but
tho yeggs returned last night and
FEEL FINE! TIKE
Spend 10 cents! Don't stay
bilious, sick headachy,
Can't harm you! Best cathar
. tic for men, women
Knjoy llfei Your system Is filled
with an accumulation of bile and
bowel poison which keeps you bilious,
headachy, dizay, tongue coated, breath
bad and stomach sour Why don't
you get a 10-cent box of Cascareta at
tho drug store and feel bully. Take
CascarctH tonight and enjoy the
nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleans
ing you ever experenced. You'll wake
up wltli a clear head, clean tongue,
lively step, rony Bkln and looking and
feeling fit. Mothers can give a whole
Cascaret to a'lckcross, bilious, fev
erish child any time they are harm
less never gripe br sicken. Aavt.
went to work In a most efficient
manner. They first Jimmied a win
dow opening on tho front porch, then.
In some manner, lifted the o00-pound
safe from one room to another, and
finally gathered rugs and pillows for
use in deadening the sounds.
The yeggs left behind drills,
wrenches, and even rubber gloves,
the latter used to avoid leaving finger
prints. The police of the Fourth street
and Snyder avenue station pronounc
ed the kit exceptionally complete and
Sylvia exceptionally plucky. Detec
tives are working on the case.
Teachers May Whip Pupils in
Extreme Cases, But Must
Report to Superintendent.
That the rules of-the District public
schools, by luference, permit the flog
ging of pupils under certain condi
tions, was brought to light today as
an Incidental result of the Invrstlga
tlon of the charges that the inmates
of the National Training School for
Boys have been whipped with a rub
belr.hose. . , ,
The rule of the Board or Eduoatlon
"The avoidance or corporal punish
ment, as far as may be with a due
regard to obedience on the part pf tire
pupils, is enjoined on all teachers.
Each case of corporal punishment,
with the reason therefor, shall be re
ported promptly by the teacher in
charge or the school, and forwarded,
through the principal and supervising
principal, to the superintendent."
Superintendent Thurston says:
"I had nearly forsrotten the rule.
since there has been no occasion for
Its use ror about a year. The teach'
era also seem to have forgotten'lt."
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you really feel clean,
sweet and fresh inside,
and are seldom ill.
If vou are accustomed to wake up
with a coated tongue, foul breath or a
dull, dizzy, headache; or If your meals
sour ana turn into gas ana acias, you
have a real surprise awaiting you.
Tomorrow mornlncr. immediately up
on arising, drink a glass of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate In It. This is Intended to first
neutralize and then wash out of your
stomach, liver, kidneys and thirty feet
of Intestines all the Indigestible waste,
poisons,' sour bile and toxins, thus
cleansing-, sweetening, and purifying
the entire alimentary canal.
Those subject to slckheadachss,
backache, bilious attacks, aonstipa'
tlon or any form of stomach trouble,
are urged to get a quarter pound of
limestone phosphate from the drug
store and begin enjoying this morning
insiae-bath. it is saia mat men ana
women who 'try this become enthusl
astlc and keep It up dally. It Is a
splendid health measure, for It is
more Important to keep clean and
pure on the Inside than on the out
side, beoause the skin pores do not
aDsorn impurities into me niooa, caus
lnc disease, while the bowel ooras do.
The nrlnciole of bathlnc Inside is
not new, as millions of people prac
tice 11. just as 1101 waier ana soap
cleanse, purify and freshen the skin,
sa does water and a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate act on the stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Lime
stone .phosphate .is an Inexpensive
whi te powder and almost tasteless.
AND RECORDS tho Euy Wit
rayasnt arrmnstd to suit yo. Ow
tur ewnirshlp plan makes It possible.
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Aim and Iltar a Damenitratlon.
Hl,Va. iMil) tod at HUfcwar Brl4f
X automsbtl from Hh as4 O sta. aw.
CLUB TO IRK FOR
NEW G RLS' SCHOOL
St. Aloysius' Church Society
Promises to Raise Money
for Notre Dame.
The Aloysius Club of SU Aloysius'
Church, at a reception In Gonzaga
Hall last night, pledged Its support
to the Bev. Paul F. Connlff, pastor,
in his campaign to raise a fund with
which to erect a new building for
Notre Dame Academy, the parish
school for girls.
Henry I. Qulnn. president of tho
club, declared In an addressed at the
reception that the club stood ready
to assist the church in every way
Father Connlff accepted the offer
and promised the club that the church
would take advantages of thii offer. It
Is probabl that a campaign 'will be
started In February.
The present girls school on the
northeast corner of North Capitol
and Myrtle streets is inadequate. It
Is planned to build the new structure
on the southwest corner of North
Capitol and K streets, adjoining the
Gonzaga Parochial School ror Boys.
.The Rev. Edward J. Sweeney, mod
erator of the club, also spoko last
The St. Aloysius' choir sang sev
eral choruses, led by Director Glenn
Ashley. Misses Helen Crowley, Anna
Donn, Bernadette and Nora Shechan,
Nellie Fltzirerald and Miss Donohue.
of Notre Dame Academy, took part
In a musical program. Francis Hur
ley was master or ceremonies.
War Hits Beer, Too.
CHICAGO. Nov. 30. Numerous ad
ditions to Pacifist ranks are reported
hrp. "Becausn of this war." nmnllnr
classes have replaced schooners in I
Some of the New Columbia Retards
ON SALE NOW
ion, now she could
1 WOO, Fox-trot. Prince's Hand.
JYOU WERtO MADE TO OltDKll FOR ME. Medley To-
'Svet Dabette." "She
iTIIOt I HAD A niT O THE DIVIIi IN HE. James Hed,
tenor. Orch. accomp. .
I'M. WED THE GIHL I M5FT BBniND. Empire TrJa.
TnE MOUSE AND THE THOMAS OAT. Adeline rranets.
THE SIIOHMAKEn AND THE BHOWNIBS. ASellaa
THE MAniUAGE MARKET SCENE. Joe. Webr an Ie(rr
Fields. Vaudeville oketeh. Orch. accomp.
THE HASEDAM. GAME. Joe Weber and Xvr Fields.
Vaudeville sketch. Orch. accomp.
DONT WniTE ME LETTERS, Al Jolson, roiaealan. Ore.
I'VE MADE A STUDY OF YOU. Bamael Ash. Jlcnor. Ore.
DENBATn A BALCONY. Fox-trot. Vesa OsssaasiVs Baajo
UNOLB TOM. One-step. Vess Gasman's Banjo Orch.
SINCE MARY ANN MeCIIB CAME BACK FROM HONO
LULU. Anna Chandler, tneaso-anprano. Orch. aeeomP.
SOMETIMES YOU GET A GOOD ONE AND SOMETIMES YOU
DONT. Anna Cbandler,
iTAKB CUD TO MY ALABAM'. Medley One-step. Introducing
"I'll Wad the Ulrl I
HARRY VON TIL7.Bn
"On the South Se lale." "Honest Injun," -rnere'a aosaeon
Moro Lonesome Than You," and Through These Won.
Serful Glosses of Mine." Prince's Band.
Columbia Grafonolas from $15 to $200
Sold On Easy Terms
OPEN LATE EVENINGS
For Thin, Nervous
MEN AND WOMEN
nothing equals or compare with
the rich food properties in
Tf mBlrata rttlunp mnsi An csnml If
sharpens the appetite; stimulates
me circtuauon ana neips ovw
come catarrhal troubles. If you
are rundown, anaemic or
nervous, the benefits you
will receive from Scott'
Em tthion will surprise you.
HOW OLD ARE YOU
BY YOUR HAIR?
You may be thirty In years, but if
you are baldheaded or gray, people
will surely take you to be many ysars
older. Dandruff Is the root of roost
hair evils. If it were not for the little
destructive germs working with a
persistency worthy of a better causa
there would be but little baldness,
and less people prematurely gray.
Parisian Sage will help you to keep
young looking and attractive. It Is
guaranteed by O'Donnell's Drug
Store to make hair grow and stop
falling hair: to remove every bit of
dandruff: to stop Itching of the scalp
Parisian Sage Is one of the most
Invigorating, satisfying, and pleasant
hair dressings made; it makes the
hair soft, luxuriant and handsome:
It is especially praised by women who
love beautiful sort and lustrous hair.
TnrlInn Rnc is Sold by druggist
everywhere, and a large bottle never
costs more man on wnw
yacki hacki wicia w.i u
ll). III. Il.nil. In Ills IMfSMI,"
Alwaya Did the Minuet." Irtitf'
meiso-soprnno. urcn. accomp.
Lett Hetilnd," and ".rcs nvaa.-i
MEDLEY ONE-STEP. Introducing-