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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
COL LESTER JONES GIVEN
GAVEL FROM 'CONSTITUTION'
Col. Lester Jones and Lieut. How
ard Fiske addressed a meeting of the
newly organized IXobley D. Evans
Tost of the American Legion, last
night in the New Masonic Temple,
JJighth and F streets northeast.'
An interestinsr feature of the meet
ing was the pirsentatIon of a gavel
to Colonel Jones, made from wood
from the famous old frigate, "Constitution."
HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
The Churches of Christ. Scientist, of
Columbia road and Euclid St.
N. E. Masonic Temple. 8th and F X. E.
Masonic Temple. 13th and K. T. Ave.
The Arcade, Hth and Park road.
Subject, "CHRISTIAN SCrENCE."
Sunday, 11 A, M. and SP.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 11 A. SI.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS
Colorado Bide, 14th and G zts. Hours.
10 to 9 (Wed.. 10 to 6, and Sun, 2:30
1WS Adams SI1U Bd. N. W. Hours. 10 to
9 (except Wed. eve., Sundays and
1M East Capitol St. Hours. 15 to T (ex
cept Sundays and holidays).
The Arcade, 14th and Tark rd. (second
floor). 10 to 9 (except Wedneiday
evening. Sundays and holidays).
Dr. Gordon's Subjects
Vice President and Mrs. Marshall Honor Guests Im
portant Weddings Society's Summer Plans.
16TH AT H STS.
Rev. Roland Cotton Smith. D. D.
Rev. Edward Slater Dunlap. M. A.
Rev. Georjre Williamson Smith. D. D. '
8 A. SI. Holy Communion.
11 A. M. Latany, Sermon and Holy
This church is open dally from 9 a. m.
to 6 p. m. for prayer and meditation.
CHURCH OF LIFE AND
Harry Gaze, Minister.
Crystal Room of Hotel Ebbitt
Sunday, 8: p. m.
HOW TO FIND
THE NEW WINE
All Welcome. 28
Copyright. Harris & Ewlnp.
11 AM. "Why Did Not
Christ Return During the
XITAt the morning1 service Dr.
Gordon will give his decision
about the San Francisco "call."
P. M. -"What I Saw
and Heard in California."
JWThis is the last sermon
which Dr. Gordon will preach
before starting on his summer
Tenth and G Streets tf. W.
din, to Chaplain John Carruthers, U.
S. ,N.t- will take place July 9. Chap
lain Carruthers was formerly the as
sistant pastor at the Church of the
Covenant. Miss Grandin recently re
turned from the festivities of the
commencement at Smith College. She
was abroad for several months last
winter doing relief work.
of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Melville Church, 1608 Twentieth
street. A reception for about 100
guests will follow,
The First Spiritualist Church
Alfred H. Terry, Pastor
Subject of lecture followed by spirit mes
.lasrcs, Sunday, 8 P. M., at Pythian Temple.
IMS Ninth st. N. W. 18
13th and O Sts. X. W.
Henry H. Ranck, D. D., Pastor.
9:40 Sunday School.
11 and 8 Communion.
Evening Subject "Summer Christianity."
F Hy Swatti ta,ks on: "WOMAN'S
n. nez owem backbone." s p. m.
Cool house; large free chairs (men like
them): Swem's songs. 11 A. SI.. "Christ
Formed In Christians." Centennial Bap
tlst Church. 7th and Eye n. e. Jg
THE SALVATION ARMY Industrial Horn.
for Men. 121 Pa. are. ow, meetlnr:
Sunday. 10:30 a. m.: Thurw lay, 7:30 p. m.
Climbers League: Tuesday T p. m. Pnon.
Main u 1.22
Erave "Washliurtoti S:30 a. m- nrrive Norfolk n p. m.
Iave Aorfolk 8:30 a. in., arrive 1Vah!njrton ! p. m.
Arrive Colonial Rrarli 1-Till n. m . inn.. ry.t.i.i n . -
UArrlv. Pln. ! ..--- ;:'." "IL .""'"-""" i- -
, . .,, "" ' . "" ' " l xincy roini iiliM p. m.
; ..y- yg j ioinivoraion . ik p. nu, Jcnvc Old Point O
For Delightful Week-end
Daylight All-Water Trips to
DOWX THE HISTORIC POTOMAC TO
COLONIAL BEACH, VA.,
and PINEY POINT, MD.,
THE 20-KXOT SPEED TWIX STEAMERS
"Lord Baltimore" and "Perm"
Comfort, 9:30 a. m.
' Z. A S orfo,Jn" ne " i,round trip, 5. Colonial
Beach, la., one way. $1.50. Plnry Point. 5ln. one ay. $1.75. Chll
dren over 5 and under 13 year, of syrc. half fare. v . eJ
to be added to all fares.
yeam of age, half fare. "War tax of Si
WASHINGTON-SOUTHERN NAVIGATION CO.
"WHARF Foot of 7th St. (Colonial Bench Wharf) Phone M. G2W.
HE Vice President and Mrs.
Marshall arc the guests in
whose honor Senator and Mrs.
Francis E. "Warren will entertain at
dinner tonight. The party will be
given at Grasslands.
Mrs. "Warren expects to remain In
Washington with the Senator as long
as the Senate is in session.
Secretary of "War Baker is expected
back in Washington tomorrow after a
hasty trip to Cleveland on business
for the War Department.
H. H. H. Prince Aage of Denmark
left last night for Pittsburgh after
spending several days in Washing
ton. He will be in this country until
the end of July.
The Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs. Daniels have as guests Mr. Dan
iels' mother, Mrs. M. C. Daniels, and
his niece, Miss Mary Cleaves Daniels,
who arrived yesterday from Golds
boro, N. C.
The marriage of Mrs. G. Glen Wor
den and Prof. Robert Bolwell, of Co
lumbia University, was solemnized at
noon today at tho cathedral . The
ceremony was very simple and tho
only guests present save members of
the two families were Mrs. Newton
D. Baker, a college mate of the bride,
and her guest, Miss Katherine Lowe,
The bride is a sister of the "Rev. Dr.
J. Townsend Russell, canon of the
Envoy To Leave City.
The minister of Salvador will leave
Washington. July 5, for Missouri,
where he will visit friends at Merry
vile, and where he will be joined the
following week by Mme. Sol.
Former Attorney General Thomas
Watt Gregory and his son, Thomas
Watt Gregory, jr., left Washington
yesterday for Galveston, Tex. Young
Mr. Gregory, who was graduated from
Princeton this year, will enter the
business field in Texas. Mrs. Gregory
and their daughters, Miss Jane Greg
ory and Miss Cornelia Gregory, will
close their home on Sixteenth street
Tuesday, and go to Garden City, L. L,
where they have taken a cottage for
the summer. In the fall Mrs. Gregory
and her daughters will join Mr. Greg
nrv In Ttfw Vork eitv. where he has
opened law offices. Mr. Gregory will leased Clift Richards' residence in
divide his time between Washington Chevy Chase for the next three
ana new iuik uuuug nie buiuiug iuuuum,
winter, a"s he will alsp keep an office
here. Nalle Gregory, younger son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory, will spend the
summer in the Texas oil fields.
the bride wearing a rose taffeta suit
and a hat of gray georgette. They
will be home after August 1 at their
residence, in Florence avenue, Ta
The out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark and Owen
Clark, of Roanoke, Va., and Edward
Hoover, of Charleston, W. Va.
Miss Dnrant Weds Today.
Mis3 Maxine Durant, daughter of
Air. and Mrs. Thomas Durant, and Lo
renzo Dale Burneli, of Detroit, will be
married this afternoon, the ceremony , parents. The ceremony was per
taking place at 5 o'clock at the home formed by the Rev. D. M. Brown, of
The marriage of Miss Evelyn Lavis
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Lavisson, to Clarence T. Booker, of
Canada, took place Wednesday after
noon at the residence of the bride's
St Paul's Southern Methodist Church.
The bride wore a gown of gray
georgette crepe, a handsome neck
lace of pearls and amethyst .gift of
The bride will be given in marriage ! the bridegroom, and carried a bridal
by her father, and Miss Eleanor An
thony, daughter of Congressman and
Mrs. Daniel R. Anthony, will be her
maid of honor and only attendant.
William L. Doyle,, of New York, will
be best man. The Rt. Rev. Alfred
Harding, bishop of Washington, will
The house will be effectively deco
rated in green and white, quantities
of field daisies being used in com
bination with more "formal flowers.
Miss Duranfs gown is of soft ivory
satin with lace sleeves and a garni
ture of lace about the bodice. The
long court train is hung from the
shoulders. She will wear a tulle
vail falling from a chaplet of or
ange blossoms, and will carry a
showed bouquet of white orchids and
swainsonla. The maid of honor's
frock is of orchid georgette, with a
French blue girdle, and her hat is
also of the orchid georgette. She will
carry pink roses and larkspur. The
bride's mother will wear a costume of
blue and white crepe de chine, with a
becoming black hat.
Mr. Burnell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. S. Burneli, of Buffalo, and Pay
master Thomas Durant, jr., brother
of the bride, will be among the out-of-town
guests at the wedding. This
evening Mr. Burneli and his bride will
leave for a wedding trip, the latter
wearing a chic covert cjoth tailored
suit, with a small blue taffeta hat.
They will make their home in Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lpwman have
Brig. Gen. T. Q. Donaldson, U. S. A,
who has been in France for almost a
year, landed in New York yesterday,
pnd will come directly to Washington.
mi.. .n. t R.nn. " as mei mere dv two or nis sons.
Miss Frances Noyes. daughter ot ft??- .
bouquet of white roses and sweet
A wedding dinner was served after
the ceremony, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Booker left for a short wedding
tour before going to Canada, the
home of the bridegroom.
The bride wore a traveling suit of
dark blue -satin and hat to match.
Miss Jenkins Engaged.
Mrs. Robert A. Jenkins, of Phila
delphia, Pa., announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Agnes
Augusta Jenkins, of Washington, to
Donald U. Rich, also of Washington.
The wedding will take place early In"
An interesting wedding will take
place in SL Paul's Episcopal Church,
Rock Creek, this evening, when
Miss Marie Edith Clayton, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Todd Clay
ton, will become the bride of George
Miller Norris. A reception will fdl
lcw at the home of the bride's par
ents in New Hampshire avenue.
The bride will be attended by her
sister, Mrs. John Nettleton Johnson,
Jr., matron of honor, and Miss Mil
dred G. Price, maid of honor. The
bridesmaids will be Miss Margaret
Paine, of Boston, Mass.; and Miss
Freda Clayton, sister of the bride.
John L. Fleming will act as best
man, and the ushers will be William
Burns, of New York; W. C. Long
street, of Philadelphia, and John N.
Johnson, jr., of this city.
The marriage of Miss Madeline
King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A
King, to R. G. C. McWilliams. recent
ly returned from France, where ne
served with the United States army,
took place today. The ceremony was
performed In St. Paul's. Catholic
Church by Mgr. James F. Machin at
o'clock. The bride and bridegroom
Expect 30,000 Visitors Will Be
Drawn to Capital for Inde
pendence Day Celebration.
More than 200,000 persons will be
spectators at the July Fourth" Peace
Celebration according to official
statements made today by members
of the celebration committee, of
which Commissioner Louis Brownlow
Major Raymond W. Pullman, super
intendent of police, and chairman of
the public order committee, said yes
terday, at a meeting of tne general
committee, he had made plans' to
have) every available policeman on
the Job for the celebration. "We are
prepared to handle any kind of a
crowd," the major said.
It is estimated that more than 30,
000 visitors will come to the city on
July Fourth to witness tnis demon
stration. Every arrangement Is being
made to entertain these visitors.
15,000 to Be In Chorus.
Announcement has been made that
the 15,000 singers who are to take
part in the great chorus will assemble
at the east front of the Capitol at
At tne meeting yesterday Mrs. Marie
Moore Forrest, director general of
the festival and member of the War
Camp Community Service, described
the finishing touches that are belnc
given to the spectacles and pageantry
of the day.
With hundreds of young men and
women taking part, rehearsals are
being held at the Capitol and at
different public buildings. Mrs. For
rest states that grea; . interest v.-as
being shown by tt:osi taking pa-t.
As the War Camp Co.nnitinuy Svi
Ice is directing the pageant, in co
operation with the citizens commit
tee, a greater part of the work is
being done in headquarters of the
association at Fourteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue northwest
Fireworks of the most spectacular
kind are being arranged by E. C.
Graham and his committee for 9:30
at night on the Monument grounds.
The display. Mr. Graham said yester
day, will be the most gorgeous ever
staged in an American city.
Col. Robert N. Harper, chairman
of the citizens' welcome home com
mittee, told of his plans for confer
ring medals on the District boys who
fought in the war, and reported to
the committee jthat the registration
of their number is progressing rap
idly. Isaac Gans, chairman of the
medal committee, is assisting Colonel
Chairmen of the committees on
decorations, programs, public grounds,
invitations, and other features of the
festival made favorable reports ye-
The ceremonies of the day will start
at 10 o'clock in the morning with th
medal decoration exercises- on th
Monument grounds. Bands of music
will be present, and those who served
in the war will be greeted by the com
mittee headed by Colqnel Harper and
by Secretary of War Baker and Secre
tary of theNa,vy Daniels.
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S Drag Stores act other leading- drarctst.
The reliance that woiuenkind has i augar-mied wafers which they roj
learned to put in crackers Is Del
well illustrated at the teas beln
given for returning soldiers an
Every woman in thi
has in her pantry a generous snp
ply of the National Biscuit Com
pany's always useful and univer
Kettle, a'couiely youug wouia
yeoman of the Navy, still in uni
form, found herself unexpectedly
entertaining a company a
uptown home the
There was no question about the
jinplete success of Nettle's discov-
as the fragrance of the rresh
which she served added
le inviting repast.
Another favorite at the tea hour-
id oue sees them almost as much
ieon is tie
ldispensable in modern housekeep-
ig. People have been so thoroughly
jtbont the thousands of
Graham flour that
To the tired
alae is a. mat-
business man, the woman fctermina
after a shopping trip, or the child Lwon
blsoJF home from a hard riavntsnhfvVI nntri-
ing is mofe sustaining than N.B.C. Gra
ham Crackers.Their nut-like flavorismore
enticing, even, than the old fashioned kind
Some bruised lei
torn of the basket,
emitted a delicate fragrair
charm to the delightfully flat
id cheese for
It makes a more
conftiinatlon than bar
ad cheese. T knew a. man
Irned from France recently.
found It very difficult
bread that was rittiM
uahle or dfrestlhl TTi hnrT ro.
courHe to N. B. C. Graham Cracker
, Ti... , "J r .'rr"' TA" ''1 o'cloc
i U.UV aiui .sunn w liuniiisnn rti rnn . .. - .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brett Noves. who'oVnM , f, u ..".'left at once for tneir weaaing trip.
- - M..v.v. ww iij ut w.v u.1 in j , vviju new
has been abroad for the last year, down to New York from Genesee,
will return to this country aboard N. Y.
the George. Washington as a member Ensign Donaldson will return to
of the Presidential party. Mr. and Washington with his father. He is on
Mrs. Noyes have taken a cottage at "leave, but will soon join his ship, the
Ventnor, N. J., for the summer i Imperator.
months, and will take possession on) Mrs. Donaldson has as her guests
Sunday. JIr and Mrs. Albert Barnes, of Green-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blag-J terday. stopping for a few days enloc,ock m St Mark s Church. me
den. Jr.. who were in Washington route home from a visit to Cornell) sector, the Rev. IL a Stetson. will of-
They will make tneir home in Lynch,
Miss' Madeleine Carroll Alvey,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. A1-:
vey, and Capt. Edward G. Betts. who
has recently returned from oversea.
will be married today, the ceremony i
taking place this afternoon at G;
Entertains at Luncheon.
flclate. Miss Alvey will be attended
by Miss Margaret Ethel Betts, cousin '
of the bridegroom, as maid of honor.
David Porter Guest entertained at ' nd'he V" .T"l ,-!..th? ?
lunchean at the Cafe St. Marks today.
brother, Lieut. Paul Alvey, formerly
of the aviation service.
Another interesting wedding of to-'
during the war, are now making their
home at Madison, N. J.
William Phelps Eno has closed his
Washington residence and gone to
his summer home at Saugatuck,
Conn., for the season.
I Dlnfd of Honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Manning
have bought a house at Newton Cen
ter, Mass., of which they will take
possession on July 1. Mrs. Manning
was formerly Miss Edythe Howard,
and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
iieaie it. iiowara. .air. manning nas ; Herbert Newhard Shenton. Ph. T) .
recently been released from .he army. I assistant secretary of the United ., ,, . . ...
I States Council of National Defense ' Burwe"S- Cutler, chief of the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Johnson, with Miss Wilson, accompanied by her sis- bureau of foreign and domestic com
th votinirpr members of their familv. ti.rs. Miss M ni,n' vi.. t nierce of the Commerce Department
have gone to Overlook, their place sie Wilson, went to Carlisle early in nd M,r,s, S'f1" and tI,1,e,1 sma,!.son
at Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., where I the week. ,Burwpll S. Cutler, jr.. will leave Wnsh-
they will spend the summer and The ceremony was performed at Al-' " V Jionaay xor spring jaue.
where they will be joined later by lison Memorial Methodist Episcopal N J" wnere they have taken a cot-
. mum ox Honor. i . ... . .. . ,,, ,
.ri a . -,., j day will be the marriage of Miss
"" ."" Hart Wi son, daugher Dorothy Walton, daughter of Mr. and i
Wilson w-T f " rr?r ant ?' Mrs- Edrd WaltonT to Dr. Willard
SiicMn. t ?5ii rTn i H- Wright. The ceremony will taki-
Mao SLJ .?,l1.r,rM,M-rna PIace at the home ot the bride, and
Ma? Loffan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,,.. ,,,. ,,, . T .., ',,
William B. Logan, of Carlisle, Pa., to
her sister. Miss Anne Louise Wal
ton, will be her only attendant.
their son-in-law and daughter. Lieu
tenant Commander and Mrs. C. C.
The marriage of Miss Mabel Gran
din, daughter Mrs. E. Bishop Gran-
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And you'll find that our famous "Old Mam-
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Church. Carlisle, by the Rev. Harry taffe r, lne remamaer or tne season.
K Ford. nrnfMSnr of n,riti- ti,w Ir- Cutler will return to Washington
Union Theological Seminary. New before sailing the mjddle of July for
York citv, assisted by the Rev. Wil- E"rPe. where he will spend six
liam E. Verity, assistant field director ceks orT ,two month Jr; ?"d M"
of the American Red Cross at Nor-.MorSan Lister. of Philadelphia, will
folk, Va.. and Uie Rev. Edgar Skill-1 -oin Mrs- Cutler at Spring Lake for
ington, of Carlisle. The bride wasia part of the summer,
given in marriage by the Rev. Abner , . ,. .
Logan, of Haielton. Pa. Col. and Mrs. Joseph Knowlton nave
The bridomaids were Miss Belle i-Just co.me to "Washington, where Col-
"or ,.f rirlislo- Miss Pdna. i "Kl niiuwmiii na uuen tusi(;iiea 10
White Cross Bakery
Meyers, of Philadelphia; Miss Eu-
. jlrtpo I'ru-e, of Bridgeport,
Conn., and Miss Margaret Thompson
and Miss Rebeccah Thompson, of
Carlisle. Dr. Edwin Elliott, nrofes-
duty. They have taken an apartment
at Wardman Park Inn.
A party of nine girl3 and nine boys
of the Webb School had a deligntful
sor at Columbia Universitv. was best . time at a graduation party Thursdaj
man. and the ushers wore E. K. evening at the home of one of their
Kretnell. of the American Red Cross; j number. Miss Elsie Pote. of 142.". F
Adolph Fugitt. of the United States i street northeast. The house was
Counril of National Defense, and the j decorated in the scnool colors, old
bridegroom's only brother. Dr. Wal-1 rose and white, and the color was
ter P. Shenton. professor of mathe- carried out on the table.
matics at United States Naval Acad
Among thoso from Washington who
attended the wedding wore D. M.
Reynolds, assistant to director of the
Games were played, refreshments
and happy reminiscences of tho clos
ing school year maae the occasion a
memorable one for the girls and boys
Miss Pote's guests for the occasion
Counoil of National Defense, and Mrs. I were: Miss Catnerlne Shehan, Miss
kojnolds; E. K. iOUsworth, chief i Cora Reid, Miss Emma Fotlericl. Miss
ele.rk of tho Council of National De- j Ethel Rusk. Miss Julia Matthews.
fon.se. and Mrs. IMIsworth, and Miss Miss Catherine Schade, Miss Dorothy
Iris Hawloy, dautrliter of Congress-! Garrett. Miss Ruth Thomas. Ms
man Willis C. Jlawluy of Oregon. ! Margaret Soper, John Kelly. Robert
After a motor trip through I'enn-1 Gates, Malcolm Padgett. Raymond
syivania. New York, and New Eng-.GUl. Regenald Hough. William Phil-
lami. .Mr. and Mrs. Shenton will come . iips, Arthur Boyd, Herman Rtanard-
Married On Lnwn.
The marriage of Miss Anna Tem
ple Duley to Leonard Brldweli Lin
coln was solemnized on Thursday at
2 o'clock on the lawn at the home of
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I
Horace (;. Duley. of Kenllworth. D.
son, Clarence Beach, Jr., Clarenrr
Pote, Mrs. Richard Shehan, and Baby
To arouse a sluggish liver,
to relieve a distressed
C, the Rev. McLcod Harvey oific'iat- j Stomach, tO fortify VOUT-
seif against disease, use
The bride, who was given in mar-
riago hy her father, wore a gown of !
white silk net. trimmed Willi nar-
row vlilte satin ribbons held with .
pearls, and a hat of the same ma- j
terial with trimmings of white rib- j
lions and orange blossoms She car- '
I ried ISride rose:; and orchids. Th
'maid of honor. Miss Inez Sebastian.!
(wore a gown of pink satin, with i
touches of blue and a blue malinc '
hat trimmed with pink ostrich. She
carried a bouquet of p-ile pink ro-es. '
Dixie. I.ytton. and Willie Mae Duley,
sisters of the bride, were (lower girls,
and carried baskets of pink and white
Master Walter Lingerhaok carried
the rings on a white satin pillow
Harold S. Lincoln, brother of the
bridegroom, acted as best man. The
ushers were John 13. McKenney. James
Henderbon. and lit ngt rman Uandal.
The bride's mother wore a dress of
lavender -jlilffon. and Mrs. Jordan
Lincoln, mother of the bridegroom,
was dressed in gray georgette crepe.
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Harold
Lincoln sang "Oh, Promise Me."
After a reception. Mr. Lincoln and
his bride left for their wedding trip,
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