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THE WASHINGTON HERAIJ), WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1913.
7
1JF'
XMAS TREE FUND
Total of $200 Received in
r Response to First of
Letters.
LIVING PICTURE PLANS
ffill Be Four in Number, Illottratrag
Story of the Birth of Christ
at Bethlehem.
When the batch of mall that came to
he office of George W. White, chairman
f the Community Christmas finance
ommlttee, was opened last nlsht It was
found that Washington had contributed
COO to the fund for the general celebra
tion on Christmas Eve This amount.
coming in in answer to only a few of
me letters asking for subscriptions, was
gratifying to the committee, and the
members last night were confident the
amount needed would be raised
Larger contributions are expected to
day, as Mr. White last night placed in
the mall about 1,000 more letters.
Another step toward the consummation
of plans was taken yesterday afternoon
at the meeting of the committee on folk
dances, when it was decided to have
living pictures" to supplant the singing
of Christmas hymns. There will be four
pictures. Illustrative of the story of the
birth of Christ.
The first picture nill be enacted dur
ing the singing of the hymn. "O. Little
Town pt Bethlehem ' and will be on the
second elevation of the terrace at the
south side of the east plaza, steps of the
Capitol. It will show Mary and Joseph
on their waj to Bethlehem
Tableau on Mep.
During the singing of "O Come, All Te
Faithful." the shepherds, wise men, and
others will be shown. This tableau will
be staged on the other side of the steps.
The next hymn will be "Hark, the Herald
Angels Sing," and It will be Illustrated
ij a number of white-robed figures that
irlll form a tableau between the pillars
tt the top of the steps, while the fourth
-ymn, "Stllle KachC will be visualized
by a living pictVre of the birth In the
ranger. This picture will be Bhown on
the terrace In the midst of the Christmas
horus
The Idea Is that the pictures be pre-
ented during the halt light of dusk and
v-T mnnrammi
AHliN the youngstscs'came
V romping in from school
their will enjoy a bowl of these
delicious corn flakes and it
will do them a world of good.
Children use up their energy
quickly and need plenty of
strength-giving foods.
Foods made from corn are
famed for their nutritive
value. WASHINGTON
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most nutritious
best corn grown.
You as well as the Utile folks
Ordtf box from rove grocer today.. The whole . tenly
will IScq it better than any cereal rood they ever tatted
and thsfti, feeZ-bettar too. Your frocs? will be f lad to send it -
Washington CRISPS
10c,
The
each will be set ont from the general
background by calcium lights only dur
ing the singing ot the songs Jt la to il
lustrate. The actors win remain In their
places during the entire program, bnt as
the chorns starts one hymn the strong
light of the "spot" will be thrown on the
tableau illustrative of that particular
song.
At the meeting of the committee, held
in the Board of Trade rooms. It was de
cided that Mrs. Clara D. Nellgh, chairman
of the committee, shall have charge of
the genertu p-oeram of folk dances, while
Mrs. John Jay White will take charge of
the presentation ot the living pictures.
The costuming of the living picture actors
will be in the hands of Miss RuthtAstor
Noyes and Mrs. Cella Longcope.
STOPPING IN NEW YORK.
From Washington Miss J, H. Baxter,
Park Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fell,
Kmg Edward: C. A. Flynn. Grand: H. W.
Hartwlg. Earllngton; J. E. Hawley, Na
varre: W. P. Kolkwann, Grand; W. T.
Knox. Grand; E. J. Llx. Martha Wash
ington; G. G. Rapp. Hoffman House; S.
M. Stockeslager. Arlington; T. Starek,
Colllngwood; Miss M. Victoria, Victoria;
H. J. Wilder. Broadway Central; J, a
Adklns, Gregorian; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Brodle. jnplre; A. C Quids. Martha
Washington, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Covert,
York; C. Davis, Van Cortland; J. E. Dor
sey, Wellington: Mr. i and Mrs. J. Hart
lgan. Hermitage; J. O'Connor, Gerard; P.
A. Robinson. Hermitage; Miss M. Kinder,
C King & Sons, Cumberland.
From Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. J. Cum-
mlngs. York: W, Dillon, Colllngwood:
Miss N. Farley, Park Avenue: W. L. Far
rlnger, Walllck; J. Goldenberg. Bristol;
V. M. Hllber, Herald Square; Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Hutchlns, Flanders, J. Johras.
Grand Union; J. Linthlcum, Colllngwood;
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Linthlcum. Colllng
wood: E. J. Magrass. Herald Square; Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Mayo, Van Cortland: F. J.
Metgzer. St. Denis; H. R. Monroe, Long
acre; A. Nagelvoort, Grand: E. T. Owens.
Park Avenue: J. C. Ring. York; Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Shlple. Jr. Latham; A. L.
Smith. Walllck: Mr. and Mrs R. M.
Stuart. Herald Souare. R. B. Thomas.
Herald Square: R. Atkins. Navarra; Mrs.
J. Davis. Ansonla: E. Daniel, Victoria;
W. Keech. Park Avenue: Mr and Mrs.
H. E. Knight. York; C. S. Mathew, Brls
tol; R. McGannlr, Gerard; D. M. Tennant,
Empire, J. T. Thornton. Herald square;
Mr and Mf G West, York.
ftoldfna-le tsaltxnerl to Committer.
The Waj a and Means Committee yester
day elected to a place on the Rules Com
mittee of the House Representative Gold
fogle, a New York Democrat. Represent
ative Goldfogle succeeds on the Rules
Committee Representative Conry, of the
same State, who recent!) was put on the
Ways and Means Committee.
Whenever the Children are
give them Washington Crisps
elements
rof the
BIG Package of
WORKAQAINSTTRUSTS
DESCRIBED IN REPORT
Attorney Geaend Says TMrty-Bx Com-
-plaint Hare Been IaTesti-
gated HYear.
SHERMAN LAW CONVICTIONS
Much emphasis was laid on anti-trust
prosecutions in the annual report m At
torney General James O. McReynolds,
submitted yesterday. Jhe Attorney Gen
mi ..v. .mix-lnUv for better paid assis
tants and a fireproof building. During
the last year, he says, special agents
have investigated an average of tbirty
slx anti-trust complaints. In many cases
where Investigations did not lead to'proB
ecuti'ms, he declares they Impelled offi
cers of big corporations to "curtail dan
gerous tendencies."
Mr. McReynolds calls attention espe
cially to the convictions under the crimi
nal clauses of the Sherman law. In the
Caih Register Company case, twenty-
nine were convicted and fines agregatlng
(132.000 and Jail sentences, for from nine
to twelve months, were Imposed. In the
second trial of the Bath Tub case fines of
more than J50.000 were Imposed. In the
cotton corner case, one of the principal
defendants pleaded guilty and paid HOW.
Th nn now forty-nine anti-trust
cases pending, of which forty-three were
Instituted during former administrations.
"Since the last report, forty-nine cases
have been Instituted and sixty-five con
cluded under the provisions of the act to
regulate commerce, and the so-called
Elklns act. prohibiting the giving or re
ceiving of rebates and discriminations.
Prosecutions for customs frauds, espec
ially at the Don of New York, have re
sulted In the collection in that district
of over SO.COO In .lines, penalties, and
forfeitures, and the conviction of thirty
one persons In criminal prosecutions.
"During the last year the work of the
department in connection with the en
forcement of the provisions of the white
slave traffic act has been vigorously car
ried on. From June 5, 1510 (the date or
the passage of the white slave traffic
act), to September 30. 1913. there have
been 633 convictions under the act"
SAYS WAIKS WORK HARDSHIP.
Snrseon General of Jfaay Would
Abolish Ten-mile Requirement.
Abolition ot the requirement of all
naval officers that they walk at least
ten miles once a month Is recommended
in the annual report of Dr. C. F, Stokts,
surgeon general ot the navy.
The present order works hardships and
unfairness In many cases, the surgeon
should eat WASHINGTON
CRISPS two or three times
every day. It makes a most
enjoyable dish mat you will
eat wim zest and at the same
time it is a splendid body
building food.
Many people would be better
in health it they would eat less
meat and other heavy foods
and more WASHINGTON
CRISPS.
And if s economical gives
you one-half more than any
other cereal food for 10c v
Toasted :: Conr Hakei?
general believe, skd Is trksom to all
concerned. He favors. Instead, more at
tention to physical exercises upon tne
part of all offlrr. and n substitution of
healthful and pleasurable exercise for
compulsory walks.
Dr. Stokes renews his criticism of
the damaging: effects of competitive
athletics which involve extreme physi
cal strain- He cites the fact that at
the Naval Academy, midshipmen are
now limited to crew races of not more
than one and one-quarter of a mile.
Among recommendations rrfade by Dr.
Stokes are the consideration of sub
stituting khaki uniforms for white uni
forms of officers and men; that a
special study be made of methods for
ueiermimng the mental ana tempera
mental fitness of officers and men; sub
stitution of barracks for receiving and
prison ships; construction of hospital
ships for each fleet; reduction of the
length of the tours of duty of ships
In Central American waters, snd that
Instruction In first aid to the Injured
be made more general.
ATLANTA GETS ROAD CONGRESS.
Convention Will lie Held In Georgia
City Nrxt Year.
As a result of the contest among ten
leading cities for the 1914 convention of
the American Road Congress, under
which title the American Highway Asso
ciation and the American Automobile As
sociation hold their annual conventions,
Atlanta has been selected as the next
convention city.
At the annual meeting of the directors
of the American Highway Association In
this city, Fairfax Harrison, successor to
the late W. W. Flnley as president of
the Southern Railway Company, was
elected to succeed Mr. Flnley as vice
president of the association and as a
member of the executive committee.
Logan Waller Page, director of the
Office of Public Roads, president of the
association, presided, and appointed a
committee of three to draw up resolu
tions expressing the regret of the associa
tion at the death of Mr. Flnley.
$16,000 FOR MRS. GALLIABD.
House hill Allom Her Husband's
Pay for One Year.
The House Committee on Interstate
Commerce yesterday reported favorably
the Adamson bill providing that Mrs.
Kathertne Oalllard. widow of Lieut, CoL
David DuB. Oalllard. who did conspicu
ous work in the construction of the
Panama Canal, shall be paid an amount
equal to one year's salary of her hus
band. Chairman Adamson said that combining
the amount Cot. Oalllard received as a
member of the Isthmian Canal Commis
sion and aa lieutenant colonel In the
army, the widow will get approximately
118,000 In recognition of his services to the
nation.
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Hungry
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THE OPEN FORUM
Rctnemlier the Fireman.
To the Editor: To the men Jn charge,
Washington D. C "Aa the cost of living
from time to time keeps going up and the
men that fire the boilers that make the
steam that lights and heats Uncle Sam's
fine buildings, weekdays, Sundays holi
days and nights, have been compelled
to pull clinkers for about the same .pay
that they got when' beefsteak: was 15
cents a pound and cornmeal, 0
cents a bushel. So, dear Congress, please
don't forget the boys that keep you hot
In the winter and 'cold in the summer.
HIRAM 8. HAYWOOD, Fireman.
P. S Wo want a little more pay.
WILSON WILL PRESIDE.
To Greet Members of Ited Cross at
Session This Afternoon.
President Wilson will preside at the
afternoon session of the ninth annual
meeting ot the American National Red
Cross, to be held today at the New
Wlllard.
At the morning session, at 930 a. m.. an
nual reports will be submitted by MaJ.
Gen. George D. Davis. John Skelton Will
lams, Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury; Brig. Gen. George H. Torney,
surgeon general. U. S. A.: Miss Jane A.
Delano, MaJ. Robert IT. Patterson, John
Basset Moore, Counselor Department of
State, and Ernest P. BIcknelL
In the afternoon addresses will be made
by Gov. Cox, of Ohio; Dr. Edward T. De
vine. Charles C Rosewater, Secretary of
Labor Wilson. Mrs. Whltelaw Reld. Dr.
Livingston Farrand. and Mrs. William
K. Draper.
A reception will be given the delegates
at 9 p. m. at the home of Miss Mabel
T. Boardman. 1S01 F street northwest.
DIES AT HOME OF SISTER.
Frank Re Wolf Granger Long? In
Coast nnd Geodrtlo Murrey.
Frank De Wolf Granger, an officer ot
the United States Coast and Geodetic
Survey, died yesterday at the home of
his sister In Somervllle, Mass. He en
tered the survey July L 1864. and served
with the army during the following win
ter under Gen. J. G. Foster before Sa
vannah. Charleston and Port RoiaL
He remained In the survey as long as
he lived, and took part-in-the many oper
ations In the field which perfect the charts
and safeguard the life and property along
the coasts ot the United States.
For several years he represented the
United States commissioner in a Canadian
field party engaged In surveying and re
marking the international boundary be
tween the United States and Canada.
WORK AMONG INDIANS TOLD.
I'reitdent rets Report of Rodman
Wanamalcer Kxpedltlon.
Reports ot the Rodman Wanamaker ex
pedition to the Indians, ot which Dr.
Joseph K. Dickson Is tho head, were
made to resident Wilson yesterday. The
document tells how phonographic records
containing messages to the Indians from
President Wilson. Secretary of the In
terior Lane, and Mr. Wanamaker have
been distributed to many tribes of red
skins. The purpose of the expedition was to
make the Indians patriotic citizens and to
give them aspirations for a higher civili
zation. Dr. Dickson believes he and his
associates have succeeded In doing this.
PROPERTY BOUGHT FOR HOME.
J. If. Williams to Ttnlld at Connecti
cut Avenne and Morrison Street.
John M. Williams has acquired the
property at the corner of Connecticut ave
nue and Morrison street northwest
through the offices of Thomas J. Fisher
tc Co. The property has a frontage of
ninety-five feet and a depth of 133 feet.
It will be improved for a residence and
Is to be occupied by the owner.
The consideration of the property was
about JI.OW.
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BUILDING NEWS AND-GOSSIP
ADDITION IS PLANNED
FOR BANK BUILDING
Home of National Saras ud Trait
Company Ako to Be
Remotkkd.
A. CLARKE, JR., THE ARCHITECT
Plans and specifications are being pre
pared by AppIeTon Clarke, Jr.. for a new
addition and remodeling of the building
of the National Savings and Trust Com
pany, located at the northeast corner ot
Fifteenth street and New York avenue
northwest.
The proposed addition together with the
remodeling of the old structure will cover
a lot wit a frontage of about 115 feet on
New York avenue and 130 feet on Fif
teenth street.
The exterior of the building will be con
structed of a light shade granite. The
walls of the present red brick structure
are to be replaced by walls of granite.
The architecture will be In harmony with
the new addition. The building is to be
five stories in height. .The first floor will
have sufficient space for the office force
of the bank. A vast floor space will also
be allowed for the Increased business of
the company which Is at present In
crowded quarters. The four upper stories
will be used for offices.
The building operations will begin about
January 15. The property Is owned by
ins company.
HOPE TO HAVE, HOUSES
READY BY NEXT MAY
Middaagh & Shannon Building Row
in New Hampshire Avenue
Northwest
Mlddaugh & Shannon, real estat hrnV.
era. have in tho course of erection a row
or dwelling houses, numbering from 4001
to 4015, New Hampshire avenue north
west. The dwellings are expected to be
completed and ready for occupancy by
next aiay.
The homes will go on the market at
a uniform price of J130. with the ex
ception of the corner house, which will
sell for JI.SCO. The new structures will
be to stories In height, with basements.
and with hot water heating plants
throughout. The exterior Is to be con
structed ot colonial brick. In warm
shades of colors, with ornamental can
opied white porches and moderate stone
trimmings. There will be six rooms and
a bath In each dwelling. The first floor
through to the covered porches subdi
vided Into a conventional entranco hall,
flanked by a living room.
The dining room adjoins the rear, and
communicates with the kitchen. These
rooms will be finished in oak throughout.
The second floor will consist ot three
bedrooms and a bath. The architectural
and building work Is supplied by Mld
daugh & Shannon.
TO BUilD APARTMENT
IN NORTHEAST SECTION
Plans and specifications have been
drawn by George P. Hales, architect, for
a four-story apartment house to be lo
cated at US Second street northeast. The
exterior of the building will be con
structed of light tapestry brick, trimmed
with ornamental limestone. There will
be fifteen apartments, with all modern
appliances. The structure will stand on
a slightly elevated terrace.
The building was designed tor George
Manuel and It la estimated that It will
cost approximately 5,000 when com
pleted.
EXTRA STORIES PLAHRED.
Tito to Ttr Addrd to Sontherm Ilnlld
intr t Coat ot If 15O.000.
Preliminary plans have been completed
by Kendall & Smith, architects, to erect
two additional stories on the Southern
Bulldlns. located at tbe northeast corner
ot Fifteenth and It streets northwest.
The new addition is to' be constructed of
brick and terra cotta structural and orna
mental iron, and will be covered with a
slac roof. The space for the new addi
tion will measure ISO by ISO feet and
when completed will cost about 1150,000.
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TO REMODEL HOME ,
OF WILLIAM A. DHL
Clarke Wag-jamaH, .ArcUtecL It Pre
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BALC0NY IN DRAWING ROOM
Plans and specifications have been pre
pared by Clarke Waggaman. architect,
to remodel the residence of William A.
I Hill, located at 153 New Hampshire ave
nue northwest. The entire front of the
building Is to be removed and will bo
replaced by Indiana limestone up to the
level of the second floor. The remainder
will consist of light-colored brick, with,
stone trimmings. There will be a. deep
vestibule with an outer door at the en
trance. On a slightly lower level, to the
right, a room Is to be provided, which
can be used as an office or a cloakroom.
The room adjoining will contain a Ura
te rr.
The steps leading to the main floor, con
structed of granite, will be within the
vestibule, and at the head ot the steps
there will be a second doorway. The
front part ot the main floor of the resi
dence is to be so arranged that the. entire
space can be thrown Into one large draw
ing room measuring 17 by 40 reel. A.
balcony, which will have an elevation ot
four feet above the main floor, will oc
cupy one side of this spacious room. The
arrangement will be sufficient to accom
modate book shelves and a piano. This
will necessitate the heightening of the
celling In the vestibule below.
The balance of the floors of the resi
dence will consist of six bedrooms, five
baths, and five servants' rooms.
The property recently acquired by Mr.
Hill in an exchange, will be remodeled
into a home ot the English basement
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