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Many Elaborate Programs of
Melody Planned for Today.
Episcopal and Catholic Congrega
tions Hold Services Wednesday.
In Commemoration of the Birth of
the Prince of Peace Songs
Will Rise.
In praise of the Prince of Peace, whose
birth will be commemorated Wednesday,
special music .will be the feature in prac^
tically all of the Christian churches of the
city today at both morning and evening
services. Anthems, hymns and carols by
the greatest music masters of the centu
ries will blend in one mighty chorus
throughout the city, and the music will |
form a prominent feature of all the wor
The Catholic and Episcopal churches of
the city have planned special services for
Christmas day, and here again the glad
music appropriate to the Christmas fes
tival will be a feature. For weeks choirs,
quartets and soloists have been rehears
ing in preparation for this event, and
many of the most difficult and most beau
tiful of the Christmas anthems and hymns
will be sung either today or Wednesday?
in some instances both days.
Persons of all ages will participate in
the song service in connection with Christ
mas. To the voices of the older singers']
in many of the churches there will be
added those of the children, and in many
cases the Sunday school entertainments
will have musical features in which the
children will have the chief part. Yuletide
cantatas are on many of the programs.
The details of 'the musical programs in
many of the city's churches follow:
Church of Our Lady of Victory. Glen
Echo.?Midnight mass will be celebrated
Christmas morning. The music will be
rendered by several well-known soloists
from the city and will be under the direc
tion of Miss Glennan. the organist of St.
Matthew's Church. Before the mass, Gou
nod's Nazareth will be sung by Mr. Wil
liam Clabaugh- The music of the mass
will be introit. Gregorian, male voices; 1
Kyrie.- Kalllwoda. in A; Gloria, Haydn
No. 2: Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus and
Agnes Dei, from Kalllwoda in A; com
munion, Gregorian, male voices. At the
offertory, Novelli's Adeste Fideles will
be sung by a quartet and chorus. The
personnel of the choir is: Sopranos, Miss
Anna Manning. Miss Edna' Dyer. Miss
Harrington and. Miss Shibier; altos. Mrs.
Elizabeth Tyler Evans and Miss Carrie
Manning; tenors. Messrs. Michael Peters
and P. H'. O'Farrell; bassos. Messrs. Wil
liam Clabaugh and Robert C. Howard.
Organist. Miss Jennie Glannan.
St. Joseph's- Church.?The music for
Christmas will be under the direction of
the Sisters of Notre Dame and will in
clude Leonard's mass in E. Oh. Holy
Night will be sung after mass and Si
lent Night before with Miss Cecilia A.
Ryan as soloist. Adeste Fldells will be
sung at the offertory.
The choir includes, soprano,-Misses Elsie
McFalJ, Emily Dlttoe, Cecilia Ryan. Bes
sie Haft. Josephine Hughes, Agnes Hayes,
Clare Dtllon, Helen Frye. Anna Ryan.
Edna "Hlllyard. Florence Hughes. Anna
Maisak. Stephanie Perkins, Katharine
Byrne?. Eva? Dorr. Hymns will be sung
at the low rpass following th^5 o'clock
service, and at the 9 o'clock mass. Leon
ard's mass will be repeated at the 10:30
mass. \
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St. Matthew's Church.?Christmas morn
ing fcifb moss will be celebrated at 3
o'clock, and a cboir of twfelve male voices
under ;the direction of Miss Jennie Glen
will render the following program of
ie- Before the Mass, Adeste Fideles,
kized by Hammel; Introit. Gr<;gor
yrie Gloi/ia. Credo. Sanctus, Bene
and Agnes Del (Bruno Oscar
op. 8T>( Communion (Gregorian),
the offertory, the Motett, Hodie
s natufs est. by Nannini. The j
feel of the choir is as follows: First I
. enors. Messrs. W. A. Ginson. P. H.
O'Farrell. Michael Peters; second tenors.
Messrs. Gower, Walter Peters and
I Robert raren; first bassos, Messrs. W.
Y S.lasjJ'--tr. J. Bordley Sappington and
Vfr. TTk. Stltt: second bassos, Charles G.
tfiarris, Robert Brott and Louis E. Woulfe.
\t the 11 oVlu^t service solemn high
tfqpas will b^jelrarated. and the following
Slendered by the usual choir
^nnixed voices: Before the mass, "Adeste
* rdeM" (Novelll); Introit. "Puer natus"
"* (Gregorian); Kyre. Gloria, Credo. Sanctus
and Benedictus (Haydn No. 16); Gradual
(Silas), quartet and chorus; ofTertory. Tui i
Coeli (V. Goller), Benedictus (Glorza I
4), Communion. Viderunt Orames
;orl?4> O Sa'.utarls (Marzo), sung
_?iise Davis; "Tantum Ergo" i
audate (Gregorian). The choiH
Dllows: Sopranos. Mrs. Katherine |
. Mrs. Elmer Phelps. Misses Anna
Manning. Margaret and Katie Aylmer,
Edna Dyer, Rosalie Briscoe. L. Rosen
dale; altos. Misses Elsie A. Davis, Nora
O'Brien. Mae Atchison. Helen Mosher;
tenors. Messrs.) P. H. O'Farrell. Michael i
Peters. Albert O'Niell. Walter Peters; |
bassos. Charles G. Harris. Dr. E. K. Stitt.
I. Norris Myers. Robert Brott. Robert C.
Howard; organist. Miss Jennie Glannan.
'"hurch of the Holy Name of Jesus.
Uth and K streets northeast.?The Christ
mas services will be as follows: High
muss at 5 o'clock, the music of which will
Include the hymn WitlTGlory Lit. Kyrle,
Gloria. Credo. Sanctus. Benedictus and
Agnus Dei from Marzo's* Second Mass; j
ofTertory. Adeste Fldells. Novelll: at the
communion, O Holy Nigh}, and after the
mass. Song of the Ages, by Gelbel: Sol- j
emn high mass at 10:30, during which the
following musical program will be ren
dered: Son of the Ages. Geibel: Kyrle.
Gloria. Credo. Sanctus, Benedictus and
Agnus Dei. Haydfch; offertory. Adeste
Fidelia. Novelll.-. At the benediction of
the most blessed sacrament, after the
mass. She'.ley's O! Saluturis and Millard's
Tantum Ergo will be sung. Recessional,
O! Holy Night. The personnel of the
choir is as follows: Sopranos, Misses C.
Knoekey. K. Knockey, M. Knockey. M.
Collier. N. Ryan. A. Doyle. A. Keys and
Mrs. J. L. Duncan; altos, Mesdames
Bischoff. Byrnes. Kelly and Miss Myers:
tenors. Messrs. J. L. Duncan, Barris and
Dowllng; bassos, Messrs. Hell, Murray,
Irving and Myers; organist. Miss M.
St. Peter's Church, corner of 2d and C
streets southeast.?High mass, the princi
pal service of the day. will be celebrated
Christmas morning at 5 o'clock. The
choir, under the direction of Miss Hattie
M. Ritchie, and Miss Edith Gallantt as
organist, will render the following pro
gram: Before the mass/O Holy Night, by
Wiegand; Mozart's Twelfth Sftws; Veni
Creator (quartet). 8tollew*ek; offertorium
Ezulta Sion, Hanimerlll; at the commun
ion. Adeste Fldells (Novello); after the
mass. Nazareth, by Gounod Tlie mem
be-s of the choir are: Sopranos. Misses
Ryan. McCormack. Price. Cotter. Me
Cusion. Nalley. Meade, liayden. Biggins
end Fairfax: altos. Mesdames Golden.
Renner. Gallegher. Misses Hufrlo and
Davis; tenors. Messrs Sharpe. Golden,
Stormont and August; basses, Messrs'
McGirr. Middleton,. Radcllff, Smith and
' ??
Immaculate Conception Church.?5:30
o'clock, before marfs. Silent Nights. Abt;
kvrie, gloria, credo, sanctus. benedictus
and agnus del. from W. H. Howards
mass in D. At the offertory, Adeste
Fideles. , After mass. And There Were
Shepflerds, Millard. Angels Bending Near
the Earth. The music at this mass will
be sung by the boys' choir of Immaculate
Conception Church.
Eleven o'clock?Solemn high mass, fol
lowed by benediction; kyrie, gloria, credo,
sanctus. benedictus and agnus del, from
Haydn's Mass. No. 3. At ofTertory, Adeste
Fideles. Norello. After mass, O Salu
taris. H. W. Howard; Tantum Ergo, Wle
gand. In C.
The solos will be sung by the following
members of Immaculate Conception choir:
Miss Bessie F. Mickey. Miss Katie V.
Mullally, Mrs. Nellie ii. Kelser, Miss Etta
Wilson. Mists Blanche Young. Miss Mae
Nelligan. Messrs. Martin Grant, Wm. H.
De La'cey and Harry M. Crowell. Mr
Harry Wheaton Howard, organist and
choir director.
St. Patrick's Church. ? The following
Christmas program will be rendered by
St. Patrick's choir Iff the ."> and 11 o'eiock
masses on that day: Prelude, Adeste Fl
dells. Novel!!; mass. Haydn's Imperial,
No. o. complete; ofTertory, Adeste Fldelis,
Novello; at the communion, Laetentur
Goeli, V. Hammarel. and Christmas Morn,
ing. R. Barrett: after mass. Oh^ Holy
Night, Adam Buck. The soloist are: So
prano. Mrs. Helen Donohue Deyo; alto,
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Evans; tenor, Mr. Mel
ville D. Hensey; ba.*s. Thomas A. Murray.
Organist. Mr. Charles C. Dunn; first vio
lins, Mr. Chris. Arth, Mr. Sol. Minster and
Mr. Herman Rakemann. Director, Mr.
Arraand Gumprecht. The choir will have
the assistance of itn orchestra.
St. Aloyslus' Church.?The first mass on
Christmas day will be at midnight. Be
fore mass a trombone quartet will sound |
the Adfeste Fidelis from the tower of the
church. During the mass the quartet will
render Holy Night. Silent Night. Adora
tion. Noel. The mass to be sung is IV
zi's Missa Soiemnis; offertory. Adeste H
delis. Novelli's arrangement. At the
solemn high mass at 11 o'clock the follow
ing program will be rendered: Proces
sional, Kretschmar, organ; mass. Bruno
Oscar Klein's Messe Solennelle; offertory.
Oil Dies Praeclara. Gounod: graduate,
Adeste Fidelis; after mass, recessional,
Christmas Morn. Barrett.
The choir is composed of the following:
Soloists, Mrs. Blanche M. Rogers, Miss
Regina Baptista, 1>r. W. W. Kemball. Mr.
A. W. Porter; sopranos, Mrs. W. Wil
marth. Mrs. H. Williams, Misses Hansen,
Reeves and Beuchert; altos, Misses Mar
guerite Sweeney, C. Becker, C. Kubel,
Mrs. A. C. Taylor; tenors, Messrs. T.
Maxwell, J. August; basses. Messrs. A.
Gardner. W. H. Parker. E. Kubel. J.
Duffy. Organist and director, S. J. Kubel.
St. Ann's Church.?Midnight mass:
Kyrie. La Hache; Gloria in Excelsis Deo
and Credo. Marzo: Sanctus and Benedic
tus. Gounod; Agnus Dei, Durand; Adeste
Fidelis. Novell!: En Sacra Nox. Adams:
recessional. Hail to the New-born King,
Parker. The soloists are: Sopranos. Misses
Susie L. Lewis. Ada Poore and Mary
Devine: alto. Mrs. Martha Poore Barber:
tenor. Mr. Joseph Cullen; bassos. Messrs.
Charles V. Bechtel and A. J. Cummings.
Miss Katherine Lackey is the organist
and director.
St. Alban's Church. Rev. G. C. F. Bra
tenhal, rector.?Under the direction of J.
Clark Middleton. organist and choirmas
ter, the following music will be given
Christmas day: Processional. Hymn 60,
Smart; Venite. Gregorian: Te Deum, in F,
Kotzslchmar; Benedlctus. Gregorian; Hymn
40, Adeste Fidelis; Krie. Elvey: Hymn
"58. Redner: offertory anthem. Sing. O
Heavens. Tours; at presentation of aims.
Old Hundredth; Sanctus, Garrett: anthem.
Blessed Is He That Co/reth in the Name
of the Lord. Hosanna in the Highest:
Gloria in Excelsis, old chant; Nunc Dlmit
tis, Anglican ch?nt; recessional. Hymn
51, Mendelssohn.
Pro-Cathedral Church.?The Christmas
-music to be rendered by the choir will be
mostly from the works of Barnby, Men
dellssohn, Handel, Reed, Davis and Bul
lard. Sunday evening, December 29, a
sacred cantata by Frederic Field Bullard,
entitled "The Holy Infant," will be given
by. the full choir of forty voices under the
direction of Mr. Ernest E. Leigh, the or
ganist and choirmaster. The chief solos
will be sung by Mrs. Yates Kent Bowie,
Mr. Arthur Simpson, Mr. J. Pandert, Mr.
W. Bright and Mr. George Davis.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Oth and I
streets northeast.?Christmas music will
be as follows: 0 a.m. service, proces
sional. Adeste Fidelis; Kyrie, G. J. Elvey:
Gloria Tlbi. Gregorian: offertory anthem.
Love Divine, Rev. E. Hall; Sanctus, T. J.
Field; Agnus Dei, W. J. Gilbert: Com
munion hymn. Eucharlstlc Hymn; Nun
Dimittls, C. Vincent; processional. Men
delssohn. 10 a.m. service?Processional.
Adeste Fidelis; Kyrie, Calkin, in G; Gloria
Tibi, Calkin, in G; sermon hymn. Holy
Voices; offertory. Sing, O Heavens, B.
Tours; Sanctus, Calkin, in G; Agnus Dei,
Calkin, in G; communion hymn. Eucharis
tic Hymn; Gloria in Excelsis. Calkin, in
G: Nunc Dlmmittis. J. Barnby; reces
sional hymn. Mendelssohn. George A.
Webster, organist and choirmaster.
St. Margaret's Church. ? The choir,
under the direction of the organist. Mr.
A. G. Eldridge. will give the following
program on Christmas day: Processional.
Hymn 49; Venite,. Mendelssohn; Gloria
Patri. Mendelssohn: Gloria In Excelsis.
Custance; Te Deum, Calkin; Jubilate, Cal
kin; introit hymn. It Came Upon the Mid
night Clear, Sullivan: Threefold Kyrie,
Bomby: Gloria Tibl, Woodward; Hymn 53;
offertory. There Were Shepherds; offertory
sentence.' Vincent and Whitney; reces
sional, Hymn 51.
Church of the Advent, corner 2d and
U streets northwest.?The choirr of adults,
assisted by a chorus of bdys, all under
the leadership of Joseph Broadbent, organ
ist. will render a program of select Christ
mas music, partly as follows: Sing, O
Heavens, by Tours; Te Drum Festal, by
Warren; Jubilate. Festal, by Williams,
and Christmas Carols. The choir in
cludes: Tenors and bassos, Messrs. Ju
neau. Hellen and Davis; altos and so
pranos, Misses ?fc>eake, Collier, Ford,
Rosse. Graves. Blanche and Grace Small,
Halley Day; choristers. Ridgway Taylor.
Harold Huggins. ?. and M. Albright,
Rathorn. U. and Paul Dunbar, F. Stef
fens. Clifton Breck, Joseph Wells, Robert
St. James' Church. 8th street near
Massachusetts avenue northeast.?First
vespers. 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday, December
24: Proper Psalms. Gregorian; Canticles.
Gregorian: Magnificat, Nunc DlmlCis;
hymns. Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.
Angels from the Home of Glory, While
Shepherds Watched. Christmas day,
serviced at 7:43, 10:30 and 11 a.m. At
11 a.m.. mass of the Third Tone, ar
ranged by W. T. Flathe-: hymn. Of the
Father's Ix)ve Begotten: Christ. Redeemer
of Our Race; Oh. Come All Ye Faithful;
Angels From the Realm of Glory.
St. Paul's Church.?The following music
will be Jung at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, in 23d street. Christmas day at
11 o'clock a.m.. with Edgar Priest as
organist and choirmaster, and Richard
P. Backing, teno-, and Master Roswell'
E.Boothbv. soprano, soloists: Processional,
O Come. All Ye Faithful; Te Deum. Henry
K., Hadley: Introit anlhem. O Little Town
of \Bethlehem. Neldlinger; festal com
munion service. Moir In D; ofTertory an
them. Calm on the Listening Ear of
Night, Horatio Parker.
St. Stephen s. Columbia Heights.?At
10:30 a.m. Christmas day the vested choir
of men and boys will sing the communion
service of A. J. Eyre In E flat, including
Kyrie. Credo. Sanctus. Benedlctus and
Gloria in Excelsis. Ths anthem at the
introit will be Rejoice In the Lord, by Al
fred Hollins, th? English composer, and
at the offertory While Shepherds Watched
Their Flocks by Night, by the late Sir
Joseph Ba~nbv: Myles Foster's Te Deum
??nd Jubilate in C and tha anthem There
Were Shepherds, by Rerthold Tours, .will
be rendered by the Sunday school after
Christmas. The choir Is under the direc
tion of the rector. Rev. George E. Dudley,
and the organist is Mrs. D. W. Brown.
Mi*s Li'lian M. Lewis, soorano: Mrs. H.
Oilbert Dill. J^to. and Mr. William H.
Domer. bass, are the soloists.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church.?The
Christmas day music will be as fol
lows: 6:30 a.m.. women's choir; Miss
Florence Glrouard. soloist; communion
service in A. Stainer; offertory r.nthem.
Behold, I Bring You Glad Tidings.
Clark: 11 tfm.. choir of men and boys:
introit. Te Deum in B flat. Stanfordf
communion service. Wj'rle. Credo Sanc
tus. Gloria In Excelsis. De Offeo. jlrown;
offertorv anthem. There. Were Shep
herds. Vincent.
The soloists will be: Sopranos. Mas
ters Howard Brooke. Elmo llunter.
David McCoy; tenor. Mr. Henry William
Jaeger: bass. Mr. Charles F. Roberts.
The chorus includes: Sopranos. Ma
rion Bailey. Vernon Barnum. Jerome
Burke. Warren Coffin. Byron Donnelly.
Willie Duvall. Harry Gray, Stanley Har
mon. Raymond Hubbard. Gustar Kra
mer. Elmer KintK. Dndley Lawrence.
Lester Lawrence. Whitley McCoy. Wil
lie McK'ee. Lawson Martin. Harry Mer
cier. Willie Peacock, Irftwrence Pope.
Ray Whitman: altos. Willie Bock. An
drew Galley. Drury Patchell. Stirling
Wilson; tenors. David <Hart. Herbert
Howell, D. M. Lea. J. E. Whitman;
basses, H. P. Blair, G. V. Dullough,
Reed Bullough, J. Jarvis Butler, A. L.
S . Thomas' Church, Rev. Dr. C. Ernest
Smith, rector.?The following will toe the
program of Christmas music to be ren
dered on Christmas day at the 11 o'clock
service by the regular choir of thirty-four
voices and solo quartet: Processional
hymn Oh Come. All Ye Faithful. J. Read
ng Venite. Mendelssohn; Te Deum, Fes
? u ? ' Henry K. Hadley; Jubilate tn
A, h. R. Shelley; introit anthem. Arise,
Shine, for Thy Light is Come, _F. C.
Maker; Kyrie, Mendejssohn; hymn. Hark,
the Herald Angeis Sing. Mendelssohn; of
fertory anthem. Sing. Oh Heaven, A. R
1 he personnel 'of St. Thomas' choir is
as follows: Sopranos. Miss McEwan, Mrs.
?VrrJ'' Miss Evaijs, Miss M. Ewer. Miss
Alberta Reichenbach, Miss Suzanne Guth
erz. Miss Gottfriede Gutherz, -Miss Alice
Hunt. Miss Hattie Seitz. Miss Kate Whit
?mb Miss B?y<len. Mrs. Wm. J. Cox.
.?' Torbert, Miss Sessions and
Miss Phebe Ross; contraltos. Mrs. A. L.
Day, Mrs. J. B. Church. Mrs. G. W. Mer
cer, Miss Florence Sullivan, Miss Car
lotta \ eitenheimey. Miss Ella Chase. Miss
Adams Miss Dodge, Miss Annie
. lattern and Miss Caroline Dodson; ten
ors Messrs. M. Harry Stevens. William
rrvin? Hanson Weightman and
n iL G'"e52 basses. Messrs. William
S' ?' T' Belt- R- Lee Cox. C. G.
Dr' G'lbrIel F- Johnson.
^nnrL? ?J,Uartx^ lnilud? the following:
a ^ Nina McEwan; contralto.
Mrs. A. L. Day; t(*nor, Mr M Harrv
Stevens: bass. Mr. William D. Hoover
A Robbing ^Cel? are: Organist. Mrs. H.
erz. ?n, o^rar,an- Mr' Marshall Guth
Varela. chol?aster, Mr. Edmund A.
Rpy --L^M.rch.-Rock Creek parish.
Charles E. Buck, rector?Musical
Program for Christmas. 1907: Opening an
weiR N1*ht Hath Fallen. by
>. R. Spence; Rennet s chant, Venite in
B sharp; Gloria Patri, No. 1, Franck in R
Patri' Notri^V- Go""od. i^B-Vlor?^
, No- 3. Barnes, in C; Te Deum
wJateTen- !" ? Ky P' A' Schnecker; J?.
anthen? rhriJ' V A' J' Holden: introit
motet based upon
Hymn o9, It Came upon the Midnight
Clear by W W. Gilchrist: Kyrie Elel^n
Tibl "no 2 ' y^F1d S?hllllnK: Gloria
iioi, r^o. 2, in F, by Fred Schilling
Patri"' tSh1*' fFaIthfu': Gloria
There u offertory anthem.
FMeld hv a Shepherds Abiding in the
t> I Ai Holden; offertory hymn
Praise^ God, From Whom All Blessings
Flo*; Sanctus, Spohr. in G; Hymn 225
Excelsis, old chant, reharmon
AenuR nefrrhangfd ?y.R' H' Atkinson;
hv-mn w n bTy,(^?U2.' ,n D: recessional
Th? ^'"le Town of Bethlehem.
consists of Miss Ancella B.
altn \f^?P^n<i: ^Irs' Eleanora Burgess,
alto; Mr Frederic Sefbold. tenor; Mr.
JaSV ri3' Rollings, bass, and Mr.
Jamtfs W. Cheney, organist and choirmas
m?rn?n2n*?e?'?apel\r~At th* Christmas
win service the following: music
Jov Fllunore<1T 11 am ' processional.
t? Til ? Jnmost Hearts Today;
t\ J? Stephens; Jubilate in A
Dudley Buck; introit. Behold. I Brintr
?h?eUn?S?inJ,oni?S' by Goss; offertory an
tus 'hv ??'?? Heavens, by Tours; Sanc
tus. by Stalner; Sevenfold Amen- re
Mr^ Mar^hnSt wna' A*ake; sopranos,
Mrs Mary D. Farrar, stoloist; Mrs
n^M80"' ^Iisses Nellie Little. Mabei
Davidson, Emma Greenwell, Mollie Roe
ers. Daisy Miller. Lillie Perry Mr?
Facer; altos, Mrs. J. R. Kerr, jr. soloist1
Ina8'stTli"ia71S' Ml!? C. Higdon. Miss
Ina Stalee, tenors. Piatt Birch. Geonre
Heisiey, Charles Gquld, Roscoe Facer
basses, Stephen Laut. soloist; Edgar
Ear?f Ph Gardner Danforth. James
Early, Charles Cart; organist and
choirmaster, Albert Suppel.
Christ Church. Georgetown. 31st and O
streets.-rhe music for Christmas morn
FWH?rVVCe IL Processional, Adeste
^ ji t> ,m the Coming of the King,
PaMJV Hi Venite, Mendelssohn; Gloria
ratri. Mendelssohn; Te Deum in F, Kotz
schmar; Jubilate. Klein; Kyrie. Gounod;
V\nZZy ? There Were Shepherds!
Vincent, Sanctus, Gourod; Gloria in Ex
celsis, Tours; Nunc Dimittis. Gounod- re
hymn <*>? Angels from'the
0 Smart. Soloists, Miss
w Beulah Luxon, soprano; Miss
Emma Houchen. contralto; Mr. John G.
hari/1, ten?:: Mr- s- Percy Thompson,
baritone. Mr. Arthur Clyde Leonard, or
aanist and choirmaster.
Tuesday- evening. December 31. at 11:30
o clock, the choir will sing Dudley Buck's
vfiht rantata. The Song of the
!Lm Insisting soloists at this serv
tho ii , M,r,'. B' Allen Terrell, tenor, of
-i rT0I?0"taP Presbyterian Church
"p^.lJc"l,n?r5,a0r'' b*"' "*
sistVAntR^do|P? H- McKim, D.D.; as
sistant. Rev. G. Freeland Peter. At 11
o clock Christmas morning the follow
ing music will be rendered: Proces
np,?? ? J "ie- A11 Ye faithful; Te
^ ' S.?uhnecker; Jubilate. Buck; In
horli. aAt^I"' A,nd There Were Shep
herds Abiding in the Field, Vincent
offertory anthem. O Sing to God'
cGH","odn:,fa"ct"s-stalner: Gloria in Ex
celsis old chant; recessional. Hark' the
??raInd Anf,*ls Sln?- Sunday. Decem
wln'hl rl ^i11' the Chr,8tmas music
will be repeated. At the evening serv
ice there will be special music as fol
lows: Orgran prelude at 7:45; Mag
i. c Dimittis, Stanford:
aria for baritone. But Who Shall Abide
tJ- of His Comfng? from the Mes
siah; King. All Gloriaus, Barnoy- Hal
lelujah chorus, from the Messiah.
The personnel of the choir is as fol
lows: Soloists^ Miss Lillian Halley,
Mrran?' rrS K^' B" Gi,more. contralto;
Mr. Otto Luebkert, baritone. Chorus,
Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Mrs. R. P rnrrl?
Mrs. J. H Lloyd. Mrs. W. RPaUerson:
Misses M. Chamberlin, Davenport, V.
English, F. GoldsBorough, L. Gerlach.
M. Hennen, M. Lamer, M. Marean, W.
Mueller. E. McKee, Safford. M. Taylor
B. Thyson. R. Tunis, Messrs. Rollin
Conwell. R. P. CUrrle. H. J. Daly W
Gash, Graves, H. P. Hoover, C. E. Lati
mer, J. H. Lloyd. Russell Patterson.
E. L Springer. James G. Traylor. J. M.
Waters, W. H. Waters; organist, Otis
D. Swett; choirmaster, James G Tray
lor. *
Trinity Church, Rev. Richard P. Wil
liams, rector.?The following music will be
rendered Christmas day at 11 a.m.: Pro
cesslonal hymn. Angels from the Realms
of Glory. Smart; Venite, Anglican chant;
Te Deum in E flat, Garrett: Benedictus.
Anglican chant; introit, Benedictus Qui
Venit Garrett; shorter Kyrie. arranged
by Stainer; Gloria Tibl, traditional; hymn
Oh Come. All Ye Faithful. Reading- offer
tory. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear.
Stainer; presentation. Doxology, Old Hun
dred; communion service .in E flat Gar
rett; Nunc Dimittis. chant; recessional
hymn. Hark, the Herald Angels, Men
delssohn. Chorus of thirty-flve: Mrs
Charles Denhardt. Miss Helen Bane Mr!
T. Barton Easby, iMr. Frederick A. Fletch
er. Miss Helen Calhoun, assistant organ
ist; Mr. Oscar Franklin Comstock, organ
ist and choirmaster.
All Saints' Church, Chew Chase- Rev
T. S. Chllds, rector; Rev. M. Turner as
sistant rector.?Hymn 49. Adeste Fidelis:
\ enlte in B flat. Corbin; Te Deum, Tours
hymn 59, carol: offertory anthem. There
Were Shepherds. Spence; hymn 54 St
Martin. The voluntary choir is composed
of Miss Bates. Mrs. Johnson. Miss Mal
colm, Mrs. McMIIle. Miss Taylor Mrs
Hall, Mrs. Mlddleton, Mrs. Marcon. and
Messrs. Barnes, Albert. Dawson. Johnson
Mr. J. Weaver is director and Mr Wil
liam H. Taylor is organist.
First M. P. Church, ? .h street south
east, Rev. B. P. Truitt, pastor.?The fol
lowing musical program wi.. be rendered
by the choir Sunday. December 22: Morn
ing service at 11: Bethlehem's Plain, by
Woodell; tenor solo, I Heard the Voice of
ieaua 8ay, by Harrlss. Evening service
at. 7:30: Ancient of Days, by Swengy;
tenor solo, Holy Father, Hear Us, by
Sudds; Jesus Came, the Heavens Adoring,
by Shepard. The choir is composed of the
following: Soloists. Misses Effle Roweund
Susie Wayson; chorus, sopranos, Mrs. B.
P. Truitt. Mrs. A. Fairbanks Misses Hat
tie Padgett and Lillian Weems; altos
Misses Miriam Fairbanks and Emma
Wayson; tenors, Messrs. M. C. Weaver
hdwin Clauseli and ''erraan Welch
bassos. Messrs. John Jones and Paul'
Kruger. Miss Mae Campbell is the or
ganist; Mr. George V. Blakeney. tenor
soloist and director.
North Carolina Avenue M. P. Church
Richard L. Shipley, pastor.?The follow
ing Christmas music will be rendered to
day; Jlorning service?Sweet Christmas
Day, by Caleb Simper: Baby Christ
gchofield; Joy to the World. Wllliams;
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing, Gatowee
Evening service?He Shall Reign For
ever, Hall: Bethlehem, solo, Dresser: Sing
of the Magi. Miles.
The members of the choir are: So
pranos, Miss Ada May Filer, Miss Sue
Hess. Miss Alice Oxley. Miss Grace Meier.
Miss Roberta Dant. Miss Jessie Weller;
altos. Mrs. C. V. Schofield. Mrs. M. H.
Herriman; tenors. Mr. George Tate, Mr.
E. Calrnes: basses. Mr. O. Ports, Mr.
Harry Scott. Mr. John Martyn. Mr. Wil
liam T. Scott, Mr. Walter Scott. Solos
will be sung by Mr. George Tate, Miss
Ada May Filer and Miss Sue Hess. The
choir is under the direction of Charles
V. Schofleld, organist.
Eckington Presbyterian Church".?The
Christmas music will be given today and
the following selections will be rendered:
And There Were Shepherds. Parks: Calm
On the Llst'nlng Ear of Night, Parks:
The New-born King, L'Espair. tenor solo
by Mr. Linton; Behold. I Bring You Good
Tidings, Lynes, and There Were Shep
herds. Marks. The choi- Includes the
following: Sopranos, Misses X?mer., Ryan,
Sawyer, Seyboth, Perry and Elder; altos.
Misses Seyboth. Ryan and Glenn: tenors.
Messrs. Moore and Linton; bassos, Messrs.
Wood. Redfleld, Jardine and Dr. Perry.
with Miss Mabel Linton a* organist.
Fourth Presbyterian Church. 13th and
Fairmont streets.?The Christmas music
will be as follows^: Anthem. Sing,
Oh Sing This Blessed Morn. Rogers; of
fertory anthem*. Oh, Little Town of Gali
lee. Neidllnger; anthem. And There Were
Shepherds, Morrison; solo. Night of
Nights Van de Water. The choir, under
the direction of A. B. Kelly, organist and
director is made up as follows: Soprano,
Miss Bertie Thompson; contraltos. Miss
Irma Callahan and Miss M. E. Dexter; I
tenor, E. R. T. Embrey; basso, Harry
First Presbyterian Church ?The choir |
will sing today: Behold. I Bring You Good
Tidings, by Adam Geibel; Sing Alleluia
Forth, by Dudley Buck; Rejoice, the Lord
is King, by Harry Hale Pike; sanctus,
Gounod. , ,, I
M-s. L. A. Roberts, soprano: Miss Mary
B Finney, contralto; Mr. W. H. Barn
holt basso; Mr. S. F. Compton. tenor and
director, and Mrs. George F. Schutt, or- |
ganist, constitute the choir.
Northmlnster Church.-The last Christ
mas service to*be observed by the con
gregation of the Northmlnster Church
prior to removal from the old edifice to
the more modern and better equipped
structure now in course of erection at the :
corner of 11th street and Rhode Island
avenue northwest will be held today, and
will be the occasion of special music by
the choir and an appropriate sermon by .
the pastor. The musical program will be
as follows: Anthem by.the choir,- From
Out the Starry Heavens, by Frank L.
Eyer; Incidental solo by Miss Margaret
Follin; soprano solo, Christmas, by Harry
Rowe Shelley, Miss Follin; anthem. Be
hold. I Bring You Good Tidings, by Gei
bel; Anthem. O Bethlehem, Awake, by
Gottschalk; solo. In Old Judea, Glebel,
with violin obllgato. Miss Christine
Church; Anthem, Angels From the
Realms of Glory, by Marsh, chorus, with
soprano solos by Misses Countryman and
Busey and alto solos by Misses Bogan and
Morse. The choir consists of: Sopranos,
Misses Margaret Follin, Emallne Country
man. Rose Busey, Margaret Morse, Grace
Miller and Misses Weaver and Smith;
altos. Misses Rose Bogan, Glalre Ingalls,
Elizabeth Morse, Mrs. Tennlle, Mrs.
Strlckler; basses and tenors, George H.
Wilson, Lawrence Wilson, Anthony
Morse, John Merwin, William Murphy, j
Joseph Bogan. Robert A. Miller, Frank
Barr; organist. Miss Louise Montrop, di
rector, P. L. Zimmerman.
Metropolitan Presbyterian Church.-The
following musical program will be
rendered this morning: Anthem. Fes
tival Te Deum No. 7. In E flat, Dud
ley Buck; contralto solo. The Glorious
Morn, Neidllnger; anthem. Hark! What
Mean Those Holy Voices, Neidllnger. In
the evening the program includes: An
them. Angels From the Realms of Glory,
Manney: soprano 8olo. O Holy Night,
Adam; baritone solo. Nazareth, Gounod;
Anthem. Christmas, Shelley.
A chorus of twenty voices and quartet
consisting of Miss Flora A. Jackson, so
prano: Miss Anna E. Brett, contralto.
Mr B. Allen Terrell, tenor, and Mr.
Harry Mitchell, baritone, will render the j
music. Mrs. John F. Klein will preside
at the organ in the absence of Miss Jessie ,
B F. Grant, the regular organist, who is
ill. Mr. George Bullough will substitute
for Mr. Mitchell at the morning service,
j Dr. Evans will preach at both services.
The Apollo Orchestra, Albert J. Johnston,
director, will play several numbers at the I
Christmas entertainment of the Sunday
school to be given to McKendree M. E.
Church, on Massachusetts avenue, Friday I
evening. J>ecember 27. The boy violinist,
George woskey. will also appear In solo
numbers. The Appolo Orchestra now num
bers twenty-six players.
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church-. I
?The Christmas music will be rendered
on Sunday, December 22. At 11 a.m.. the
choir will sing Hark. What Mean Those
Holy Voices, by Arthur Whiting, and the
recitative and aria from the Messiah.
Comfort Ye. My People, Every Valley
Shall Be Exalted. At 7:45 p.m., a cantata, (
The Nativity, by Geibel. will be given.
The choir is composed of the following:
Soprano. Mrs. W. H. Shir-Cliff: alto, Miss I
Pauline Wbittak^r; tenor, Mr. W. C. Mills;
basso. Mr. John tl. Nolan; soprano, Mrs.
Claude Clifton; organist and director, |
Mr. J<fhn Porter Lawrence.
Mr. Anton Kftspar will assist In the I
cantata, and also play Ries" Romanza in
B flat at the offertory. At the conclu
sion of the service the William Tell over- |
ture will be given with violin and organ.
Mount Pleasant Congregational Ohurch. I
Columbia road near 14th street.?The fol
lowing musical program will be rendered
during the morning and evening services
today: Anthems?Te Deum, B minor
(Buck): Sing, Oh, Sing (Rogers), O Holy
Night (Adam), Arise, Shine (Buck): The
Angel Gabriel (Stevenson). Solos?Violin,
Pastourelle (Edward Elgar), played by
Miss Elton Ronsaville; soprano solo. Wor
ship Chrtet, the Newborn King (Hari
mond). sung by Mrs., Kling; contralto
solo. The Virgin's Cradle, hymn, Morris I
class, sun^ by Miss Bethune. Organ]
numbers?Apertls Thesauris Suis Obtule
runt Magi (Domino), Aurum, Thus et
Myrrhum (Liszt), Alleluia (Loret), Noel
(Buck), Offertolre Sur 1'Adeste (Clauss
mann). The members of the quartet are:
Soprano, Mrs. C. B. Kling; alto,*Miss
Frances Bethune: tehor. Dr. C. L. Bliss;
bass, Mr. J. K. Wiley. Mr. I^wls Corn- |
lng Atwater is organist and director.
Hamline M. E. Church, 9th' and PI
streets.?Today there will be special music
appropriate to Christmas. During the
morning service the choir will be heard
in Harker's Angels From the Realms of
Glory, and Sing, Ob. Heavens, by Clare.
The evening service will include Behold.
I Bring You Good Tidings, by Huhn,
and Lowden's Oh, Holy Child. The in
dividual members of the quartet, It is
announced, will be heard to advantage
In some very effective solo parts. In
addition. Mr. Bartlett will render the com-1
position of Rotoll. Glory to God. and a
solo will be provided for one of the serv
ices by another member of the choir.
The choir is composed of the following:
Mrs. S. P. Hollingsworth. soprano; Mrs.
F. M Shore, contralto: Mr. Charles Bart
lett, tenor and director; Mr. James Hicks, [
basso; Miss Edith Athey, organist.
Waugh M. E. Church.?The Christmas
services will be held today. At the even
ing service Miss Mabel Latimer and Miss
Blanche Young will sing ?elos appropriate
to the occasion. Miss Latimer Pessard's
Once Again We Hail With Joy at the of
fertory, and Miss Young's solo after the
sermon will be Adam Geibel's In Old
Judea. The precentor. Mr. Randolph, will
sing Adam's O Holy. Night and Blschoft's
Hallelujah. Christ is Born, at the morn
ing service, and Van de Water's Night of
Nights in the evening.
Gors'uch M. E. Church.7-Speclal exer
cises in celebration' at the Christmas sea
son will be held today. "Fruits of the
Manger" will be the subject of the morn
ing sermon by Rev. Willmm Lee Lynn. In
the' evening he will make a short address
on "God's Great Gift." The following
musical -program will be rendered by the
choir, under the direction of Mr. Charles
W. Fitton. Jr., the leader: Morning serv
ice?Behold. I Bring You Good Tidings,
by McPhall; Shepherds in the Field ^bid
ing. Glory Be to God In the Highest, by
Thompson. Bvenlng service?K?rk! Hark!
My 8oul, by Perkins; The Song of the
Angels. Come and Worship. Hall, Thou
Prince of Pcace. by Earle; Glory Be to
God In ttie Highest, by Thompson;
Brightest and Best, by McPhail; While
Shepherds Watched the Flocks. Behold,
I Bring You Good TldlngS, by McPhall;
Hark! the Herald Angels Sin*, by Ash
ford; While Shepherds Watched.
Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church.
?The program of Christmas music will
be given today, under the direction of Mr.
Edgar Robinson, as follows: Anthem.
There Were Shepherds. Vincent; alto solo.,
Hallelujah. Christ Is Born, by Dr.
BIschofT. Miss Lillian Chenowlth; an
them, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear.
Carol. In the evening the choir will sing
Angels Prom the Realms of Glory, by
Nledllnger, and a Christmas carol. Silent
Night, by Gruber. and a soprano solo.
Night of Nights, by Van de Water, will
be rendered by Miss Adele Levers. Mr.
J. Edgar Robinson Is organist and choir
St. Paul's M. E. Church South, 21 and
S streets northwest. Rev. P. W. Jeffries,
pastor.?This evening at 7:30 special
Christmas music will be rendered, includ
ing antheme, as follows: The Voice of
Triumph (Gabriel). Hall tXUie King, The
Joyful Morn Is Breaking, Shout the Glad
Rvland M. E. Church.?The choir, under
the direction of George Lawrence, Miss
Mary Brewer, organist, will sing an elab
orate program of music on Sunday morn
ing and evening, as follows: Anthems,
Gloria In Excelsis, Sing Unto the Lord,
Rossini; Christmas, Now They Tell the
Story, Shelly; Cantique de Noel, O Holy
Night. Adams-Buck; Hark. Hark. My
Soul, Shelly; And There Were Shepherds,
Millard; anthem. The Heavenly Message,
Combs. The soloists are: Mrs. Milton
Odell, Mrs. George Lawrence, Miss Ada
Spence, Miss Florence Popkins, Mr. Geo.
Lawrence and Mr. James Cathell. The
chorus Includes a full choir of twenty
five voices.
Mount Zlon M. E. Church.?The pro
gram of Christmas musU to be rendered
by the choir Is as follows: Chorus. Star
of the East, Harding; chorus. Hark, the
Herald Angels Sing, Mendelssohn-Bar
tholdy; air and chorus. Come Ye Lofty,
Come Ye Lowly. Marston; chorus. An
gels That, Around Us Hover, Wallace;
chorus, Tliere's a Song In the Air, Wath
al; chorus. Behold the Lumb of God,
Handel. The members of the choir are:
Sopranos, Miss Sadie Hall, Miss Alberta
Lyles, Miss Sadie Dabney, Mrs. Ethel
Pope. Mrs. Marie Bryant, Mlsq Eugenia
Perkins, Miss Phyllis Sedgwick. Miss An
nie Bacon. Miss Cornelia Jones, Mrs.
Hannah Fleet, Mrs. Fannie Jones: altos.
Miss Rosa Smith, Miss Callla Perkins,
Miss Sitka Warren, Miss Deseree Clark,
Mrs. Josephine Beason, Mrs. Elizabeth
Holt; tenors, Henry Bowles, Verdi Fisher,
B. Ford, D. Battles; bassos. Leon Wheel
er. Harry Bell. Ferdinand Smith. George
Pope, William Jones, D. Washington.
Foundry M. E. Church.?Christmas
music will be rendered by the choir of
Foundry M. E. Church Sunday, Decem
ber 22, as follows:
Morning service: Organ prelude,
Chiistmas Pastorale, opus 56, Merkel;
antnem, While Shepherds Watched
Their Flocks, Martin; anthem. Behold,
I Bring You Good Tidings, Bartlett;
contralto solo, O Thou That Tellest
Good Tidings to Zlon (from tlio Mes
siah), Mrs. William T. Reed; postlude,
march In B flat, Silas.
The Christmas cantata. .The Star of
Bethlehem, by F. Flaxlngton Harker,
will be sung at the evening service.
The choir is composed of Mrs. Otis D.
Swett, soprano; Mrs. William T. Reed,
contralto; Mr. William J. Caulfleld,
tenor; Mr. W. H. Peter, bass; Mr. Her
man L. Amiss, organist and director.
Douglas Memorial M. E. Church, cor
ner H and 11th streets northeast.-^
Speclal music will be rendered today.
In the morning the choir will sing:
Zion, Rejoice, by C. Harold Lowden;
How Beautiful Upon the Mountains, by
C. Austin Miles; Christians, Awake, by
C. Harold Lowden. In the evening the
choir will sing O Holy Child, by C.
Harold Lowden; He Shall Reign For
ever, J. Lincoln Hall; Song of the
Magi, C. Austin Miles.
The following are the member^ of the
choir: Sopranos, Miss Ella Lawrenson,
Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Croflft, Miss Gallagher
and Miss Helnard; altos, Miss Annie Bran
son, Mrs. Deffendorff and Mrs. Rudy;
tenors, Mr. Cooper and Dr. Trlvett;
bassos, Mr. Ralph Bowen, Mr. Deflfendorf,
Mr. Howell and Mr. Roberts; director,
Wilson Harvey; organist. Miss Elsie M.
Wesley Chapel M. E. Church.?The mu
sical program for Sunday, December 22,
Is as follows:
Morning service: The Star of Bethlehem,
Wiegand; Hark! What Mean Those Holy
Voices, Stair; tenor solo. Holy Night,
Adam; Unto Us a Child Is Born, Mozart
Brown. ?
Evening service: Arise! Shine! for Thy
Light Is Come. Spence; Sing. O Heavens,
Tours; btCSs solo. Nazareth, Gounod.
The choir is composed of Mrs. Charles B.
Bayly, soprano; Mrs. D. Olin Leech, afto;
Harrington Barker, tenor; A. Owen Pen
ney, bass. Miss Jessie M. Young is or
ganist and Harrington. Barker, director.
Trinity M. E. Church, corner of 5th
street and Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
?Christmas music will be given on Sun
day. December 22. as follows:
Morning service, 11 o'clock: Opening
anthem. When Jesus Was Born in Bethle
hem; anthem after prayer. A Savior,
Christ the Lord; offertory, contralto solo.
Hallelujah, Christ Is Born, BIschofT; an
them a^ter sermon, Where is He That Is
Born? I
Evening sen-ice, 7:30 o'clock: Opening
anthem. Glory to God in the Highest; an
them after prayer. Arise! Shine; offertory,
soprano solo. Night of Nights, Van De
water; anthem after sermon. Unto Us a
Child Is Born.
The quartet includes Mlssi Laura Black,
soprano; Miss Margaret W. Standiford,
contralto; Mr. Edward H. Jones, tenor;
Mr. Richard P. Bingham, bass. William
K. Cohen is organist and director.
Immanuel Baptist Church, corner 16th
street and Columbia road.?Today's serv
ices will Include special sermons by the
pastor. Rev. George Ellsworth White
house, at 11 aim. and 7:45 p.m. There
will be several selections by the quartet,
consisting of Miss Marian McFall, so
prano: Miss Ethel Davis, contralto; Mr.
Frank Shipe, tenor, and Mr. Isorman Fos
ter, bass. At the morning service the
quartet will sing, Exalt Me, All Ye Peo
ple; Hear Our Prayer and Awake and
Sing. _In the evening, when a special
praise service will be held, additional se
lections by the quartet and a tenor solo
by Mr. Frank Shipe will be rendered. Mrs.
E. P. Dickinson Is the pianist and Mr.
Percy S. Foster, organist.
Brookland Baptist Church.?Director,
Miss Lucy G. Lynch. Christmas music
will be rendered today. At the morning
service the program will be: Anthems
Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices?
(Long), Sing, Oh Sing This Blessed Morn,
(Rogers). Solos?Hall. Thou Long Ex
pected Jesus (Blumenstein), by Mr.
W. J. Galbralth; The Angels' Message
(Dressier), by Mies Lucy G. Lynoh,
with violin obllgato by Mr. Martin Mc
Hugh. For the evening service the an
thems will be: Calm on the Listening
Ear of Night (Parks). Hark, the Herald
Angels Sing (Ashford), and the solos will
be The New Born King (L'Espolr).
by Miss Ruby Schwelr, and The Prince of
Galilee (Gilchrist), by Mr. Ralph Simons.
Temple Baptist Church.?The program
?of music for today will be as follows:
Morning service?Prelude, Berceuse, from
Jocelyn, organ and violin; It Is the
Blessed Christmas Morn, by Bartlett. so
prano solo, with violin obllgato and
chorus: The Glorious Morn. Neldllnger.
sung by Mrs. Arthur G. Dunn;. While
Shepherds Watched, by Neldllnger; reces
sional, Hark! the Herald Angels. Even
ing service?Blessed Be the Lord, by
Wood: The Watching Shepherds, by
Gudewjnd, tenor solo, by Mr. Melville
Seaman and & chorus of young ladles
from the Sunday school; recessional.
8ong of Praise. The choir is composed of
Mrs. Arthur Glanville Dunn., soprano;
Miss Blanche Terrell, alto; Mr. Melville
G. Seaman, tenor; Mr. John Roberts,
bass. They will be assisted by Mrs. Ella
Knlght-EUIs. violinist, and a chorus of
young ladles from the Sunday school.
Mrs. Grace Dufour-Brown Is the organist
and director.
Centennial Baptist Church.?The Christ
mas music program will be given this
evening, under the direction of Mr. G. W.
Bowen, choir director, and Miss Gwynette
Christian, onranlst, as follows: Chorus,
by choir, O Holy Night, Adam; soprano
solo, The Endless Day, sung by Miss
Bvanna Hlld; chorus, by choir, O Lord.
Remember Me, Lang: duet. Love Divine,
All Love Excelling, Geibel, sung by Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Bowen; chorus, by choir.
The King of Love My Shepherd Is, Shel
Calvary Baptist Ohurch.?Christmas
music will be rendered Sunday, Decem
ber 22, as follows: Morning service at 11
o'clock?Anthem, In the Beginning Was
the Word. Lansing; Behold 1 Bring You
Good Tidings. Bartlctt; Peace Upon Larth,
Gefbel; alto solo. He Shall Feed His
Stock. Handel; soprano solo. Come Unto
Him, Handel; violin solo. Cavattna. Raff.
Evening Bervice at T:30? Anthem. Break
Forth Into Joy. Ambrose;- O Holy Child
of Bethlehem. Chad wick; bass solo. The
Song Sublime. Norris; violin sole. Adagio.
Mendelssohn. The choir Includes Mrs.
Walter A. Gawler, soprano: Mrs. Ralph
P. Barnard, alto; Mr. Perry B. Turpln.
tenor; Mr. J. Henry Kaiser, bass; Mr. Ar
thur D. Mayo, organist and director; Mrs.
Bertha Lucas Stoddard, violinist.
Metropolitan Baptist Church, corner of
6th and A streets northeast. Rev. John
Compton Ball, pastor.?At the morning
service today the following music wil) be
rendered: Organ preltfde; anthem. Bene
dictus. by Farmer; tenor solo. Hallelu
jah, Christ Is Born, by Blschoff. to be
sung by Dr. W. Bruce Hoofnagle; an
them, Star of the Orient, bf Shelley;
anthem. Christmas, by Shelley, and or
gan postlude.
At the evening service the following
will be rendered: Organ prelude; an
them, And There Were Shepherds, by
Williams; trio. Holy Father, Thou Hast
Taught Us, by Belcher, to be sung by
Mrs. William Keye Miller. Mr. William T.
Ellis and Dr. W. Bruce Hoofnagle; so
prano solo. Night of Nights, by Van
deWater, to be sung by Mrs. William
rveye Miller; autumn, Sanctus. by Gou
nod. and organ postlude.
The members of the choir are: So
pranos. Mrs. William Keye Miller, Miss
Mabel Roberts. Miss frfellle Barber. Miss
Kathryn Dodge and Miss Rachel Fle
harty; altos. Miss I^aura V. French. Miss
Emma Gfuschewsky and Miss Sadie
Dodge: tenors, Dr. W. Bruce Hoofnagle,
Mr. Rolland E. Fleharty and Mr. I^ewls
B. Lawrence: bassos, Mr. Gilbert A. Clark
and Mr. William T. Ellis; organist, Mrs.
Harry G. Wilbur: director. Mr. Gilbert A.
Clark; librarian, Miss Emma Guschewsky.
Kendall Baptist Church.?The Christmas
anthems will be: Christians Awake. Zlon
Rejoice; >0 Holy Child, i>y C. Harold
Lowden. and Hallelujah to the King, by
Charles H. Gabriel.
Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Church. 6th
and Streets.?The Christmas day serv
ices will be as follows: 6:30 a.m.?Early
Christmas praise service. Hark. What
Mean Those Holy Voices; Psalm 08; Glo
ria Patri; Prayer; It Came Upon the Mid
night Clear; reading of the epistle and
the gospel for the day; creed; O Little
Town of Bethlehem; sermon; We Have
Seen His Star and Are Come to Worship
Hfm; selection by the children's choir.
Angels from the Realms oi Glory; offering;
benedictus; prayer and Lord's prayer;
benediction. Mrs. F. Duxberry is the or
ganist and director of choir. The mem
bers of adult choir are: Misses May
Lerch, Gertrude Rupertus. Charlotte May.
Olga Bealle and Messrs. Harry Beauverd,
Charles Lustlg and Earle Seldenspinner.
At 11 a.m.?A German Christian serv
ice; solo by Miss Jtfartha Metzler. At
7:30 p.m.?Christmas praise service with
the Sabbath school. The church will be
decorated for the holidays.
Whitney Avenue Memorial Christian
Church.-k^hrlstmas music will be ren
dered as follows: Organ prelude. Pas
toral Symphony. Messiah, Handel, and
O Come, All Ye Faithful, transcription,
Ashford; hymn. Hark! the Herald Angels
Sing. Mendelssohn; soprano solo, That
Glorious Song of Old, Miss Colburn,
Boese; hymn, Joy to the World. Handel;
baritone solo. The Anthem Celestial. Mr.
Jqhn Walker, Adams; hymn. Brightest
and Best, Dykes; soprano solo. Hallelu
jah. Christ Is Born Today, Blschoff. Miss
Sadie Lewis; hymn, O, Come All Ye
Faithful. Portozello. The choir consists
of the following: Sopranos, Mrs. Col
burn, Miss Edith Colburn, Miss Sadie
Lewis. Miss Annie Dowllng; contraltos,
Mrs. Elsie Garthright, Miss Katie Moore,
Mrs. Maude Degges; tenors. Mr. J. C.
Niblick, Mr. C. . M. Greenfeldt; bassos.
Mr. John Walker," Mr. Hiram 8chell. The
organist and choir leader Is Dr. Allen
Vermont Avenue Christian Church.?
A varied program of anthems and solos
will be rendered today by the quartet.
Th6 anthem numbers will be: Marks'
There Were Shepherds and Glory to God
In the Highest, by Miles. Dr.Blschoff's new
tenor solo. Hallelujah, Christ Is Born,
will be sung by Mr. Charles W. Brld
weTI; Miss Mercy Adklns. alto, will sing
The Birthday of a King. The soprano.
Miss Annie Baton, will render Harry
Rowe Shelley's The Dawn of Hope; Gou
nod's Jesus of Nazareth will be sung by
Benjamin A. Lineback. basso.
Miss Mercy Adklns, alto" soloist, who
has been confined: to her room with a se
vere bronchial affection, will sing with
the quartet this morning, for the first
time In several weeks.
Shlloh Baptist Church, L street near
17th street.?Special Christmas services
will be held on Christmas morning at 5
o'clock, and on Sunday, December 29,
at which time the pastor, Rev. J. Milton
Waldron. will preach special sermons on
"The Advent of Jesus Christ," and the
choir, under the direction of Dr. John
E. Rattley, will render Bordese's and
Cramer's anthems, Glory to God In the
Highest and Heber's hymn. The Na
tivity. Andrew J. Payne will render a
tenor solo, and the choir and congrega
tion will sing several well-known Christ
mas carols. ,
Ninth Street Christian Church.?The
choir will render Its Christmas music to
day. At the morning services the offertory
solo will be Shelley's Christmas Day, by
Mrs. T. R. Pirtle; the anthems will be
Behold I Bring You Good Tidings, by
Lyne*. and Come Ye Lofty, Come Ye
Lowly, by Marzo. In the evening the
offertory solo will be sung by Mr. E. G.
Grau; the anthem by the choir. Angel's
Song, by Sudds, and a trio. Now the
Shades of Evening Fall, by Mendelssohn,
sung by Miss Bessie M. Harrison, so
prano; Miss Emma Ruth Peters, contral
to, and Mr. Schofleld, tenor. The follow
ing compose the choir: Sopranos, Miss
Josephine T. Gould, Miss Bessie M. Har
rison, Mrs. T. R. Pirtle. Miss M. Scott,
Miss L. M. Lightfoot, Mrs. J. E. Fowler.
Miss Virginia L. Raymond and Mrs. J.
Jarboe; altos, Miss Emma Ruth Peters.
Mrs. Effa M. Rule, Mrs. F. A. Carpenter;
tenors. Messrs. Schofleld. Elliott. Morri
son, Scott, Kendlg, Moore and Cady;
bassos, Messrs. Carpenter, urau, Elwood,
Lybrand and Criddle. Mr. Joseph Harri
son is the organist and choirmaster, and
Miss Virginia L. Raymond and Miss M.
Allen are assistant organists.
Memorial United Brethren Church.?At
the morning service the choir will sing
O Holy Night, by Adam, and Mr. Henry
J. Stambaugh, baritone, will sing. Calm
on the Listening Ear of Night, by Thom
son. At the evening service the anthem,
Sing, Alleluia Forth, by Dudley Buck, will
be sung by the choir, and Miss Amia
Stambaugh, soprano, will be the soloist.
Miss Liia I. M-cBath is organist and choir
Church of the New Jerusalem. 16th and
Corcoran Streets.?At the service Christ
mas morning at 11 o'clock the following
music will be sung, with holy commu
nion: Adeste Fide lis; Sanctus; Allegri;
Mercy and Truth Are Met Together, by J.
Stalner; Benedictus, Gilchrist; The Creed,
F. Sewall; O Come. Redeemer of Man
kind, J. E. West. The choir consists of
Miss Mary H. Leefe, Mrs. W. I. Swan
ton, Miss R. K. Sewall. Miss E. L. Smith.
Miss Frances Twitchell. Mrs. H. B. Sper
ry, Mr. J. Wilbur Maddox, Mr. Lewis
Barrlngton. Mr. F.' W. Swanton, Mr. H.
R. Smith; Mr. William M. Shuster, direct
or; Miss M. G. Sewall. organist.
The Sunday school festival will be held
Tuesday. Christmas eve, at 4 o'clock, with
procession, tree, recitations and carols.
Unlversalist Church. 13th and L streets.
Rev. John Van Schaick. jr., pastor.?The
Christmas music will be as follows: An
them, Behold, I Bring You Good Tidings.
Gelbel; anthem. He Shall Reign Forever.
J. Lincoln Hall; contralto solo. Miss
Emily Blazer. The members of the choir
are: Mrs. Charles R. Corey, soprano:
Miss Emily Blazer, contralto; Mr. Harry
P. Wllklna. tenor; Mr. Walter T. Matson.
basso; Mrs. George F. Baxter, organist.
LONDON, December 21.?The army
council has adopted a modified l'orm of
the Japanese bayonet for the British
army. It is 17 inches long, as compared
with the present bayonet of 1'J Inches,
and affords a thrusting length of ap
Moxlmately 81H Instead of 5(1 Vj Inches,
stead of being two-edged, with a dou
ble groove. It Is single-edged, with a
back and single grove, slightly tapered
to a point.
S KANN. SON8 & CO.?Only two mom
buyisg days. announce* Harm's calendar
warmngly. Yet the belated shoppers will
find much consolation for themselves in
the announcements of the good inings this
firm has still to offer.
There is a long list of toys at last-mln
ute prices, and they are l>w enough to in
sure a happy Christmas to every child In
Washington, if every child Is remembered
as It should be.
The best things are not all for the chil
dren. if the bulletin of gift thing* from
the departments of silverware, glassware
and china are any indication.
Gift umbrellas, that are such sensible
gifts and always appreciated, are repre
sented by two special price offerings to
Leather goods and sterling silver hair
brushes, neckwear and art novelties, all
are good suggestions to the distracted
last- moment gift hunter.
Silks and wool waist patterns, suitably
boxed, will be something for the boy who
Is away from home to send to the mother,
sister or aunt, and tomorrow there will, as
this firm's announcement states, be some
specially good offerings in tnese two lines.
It Is so much pleasanter to shop early
in the day that for* one's own satisfac
tion, to say nothing of the consideration
that should be shown for the salespeople,
this advice should be heeded.
If the last moment has come and there
is still a gift to be provided and not an
other idea forthcoming, -then the simple
announcement of gloves ?nd handker
chiefs will be hilled with delight as fur
nishing the hint that Is needed, for every
body wants either the one or the other,
and such a gift is never out of place.
Kann's announcement today has some In
teresting price quotations In these two
lines that will be gladly read.
The next two days will be busy, trying
ones for the shoppers and those who
serve them, but In the remembrance of
the fact that the great holiday for which
all this preparation Is made Is essentially
one of peace and good will, every one
should provide himself or herself with
a.1 "V* 1"ttnt,ty ot good nature and con
sideration for every one else, and then all
wil^ truly be entitled to a merry Chrlst
THE PAIaAIS ROYATj announces for
tomorrow greatly reduced prices of lots
that are either too small or too big. The
little lots are mainly of very expensive
novelties, and, in some Instances, dollars
?Jf. be clipped from the original quo
tations. worthy of mention are the elec
troliers. cut glaps. Imported handbags,
umbrellas with expensive handles and
sil\er toilet articles for men's and worn
ens use. The third floor visitor Is prom
ised rich furs, elegant velvet and cloth
costumes, evening waists, French lingerie
and silk neglige garments?all at very
great reductions in prices.
T'1* fourth floor contribution Includes
the expensive pictures. rugs. one-of-a-kind
pieces of furniture, rich draperies?all at
readjusted prices that bring them In the
category' of bargains.
Another feature is the tables which
will dot all five floors. These are to be
niled with oddments at a given price for
choice. The claim Is that these tables
will include the prise bargains of the day.
The more staple goods, such as gloves,
handkerchiefs and neckwear, are to be
reduced In prices only during the morning
hours, the object being to seduce the
overcrowding associated with the after
MAYER & CO. say that all purchases
made Monday or Tuesday will be deliv
ered before Christmas. Purchases may be
charged and paid for later. Among the
specialties particularly suitable for holi
day gifts are parlor suitfcs, upholstered In
French cut velour; couches, upholstered Irv
French cut velour. verona and Gobelin
tapestry; combination bookcases, ladies'
desks, buffets, music cabinets, high chairs,
iron cribs dressing tables, china closets,
monrls chairs, cellarettes. dining sets.
machines and the Byrne piano.
Attention is called to the well-equipped
stock of men's clothing and of women's
garments and furs.
LANSBURGH & BRO. announce a sale
or women s silk petticoats. Tliey rep
i?i1en.v."le ent,re 8ample line from a
silk skirt company, and will be sold.
it is declared, at exactly half price.
Tftere are a number of styles in black
and colors, cut full width, with full
foundation and dust ruffle. Furs at
half, nearly half and less than" half
former prices will be or Interest to
W?ho w,1h to makc Christmas
? i. . i1 'J"" eoat8- muff and boa sets or
i?,uoL<?Uai P'ef?8- Dress patterns, so
suitable for gifts, can be had at this
time-honored dry goods house in all
ESfXS? a.nd colo,r"?. and among other
last-minute specials is a large and
complete stock of stationery, so neces
sary for yuletlde greetings and gifts.
The store announces that all purchases
made Monday and Tuesday will be de
nvered before Christmas if within the
District limits.
PHILIPSBORN'S give notice of re
ductions on outergarments of eVerv
kind for the coming week, making an
exceptional opportunity for Xmas shop
pers anticipating these sensible gifts.
January clearance prices are now in
force, and a splendid variety Is prom
ised from which to choose.
The millinery section has finally re
duced prices marked on all trimmed
hats, and a smart style can now be had
for a truly Insignificant price.
Among the garments reduced espe
cially adapted for holiday gifts are a
lot of handsome evening wraps which
are on sale at about one-half of regular
Also a lot or evening gowns and street
dresses, which were purchased at a
great concession trom an Importer anx
ious to wind up his winter business and
to start work on his spring samples.
The fur section also has some inter
esting offers for holiday shopper*.
PARKER. BRIDGET & CO. announce
a special Christmas sale tomorrow or
women's tailor-made suits at greatly re
duced prices. There will also be a'speclal
showing of rurs and a large and .attractive
display of "gift" artlclesL
LEVERTON & CO. have purchased. Just
In time for Christmas, 200 dressy waists
of messallne, net and taffeta, in many
dainty styles. Announcement Is made of
a reduction sale of suits. In all cloths and
velvets. This store will be open evenings
until Christmas.
WM. HAHN & CO. announce a record
breaking Christmas shoe sale. Among the
almost endless styles ot footwear for men.
women and children are slippers of fine
walrus, seal, lizard, alligator, calf. etc .
for men and boys; women's seamless all
wool elaborately trimmed pink or baby
blue Juliets; also evening slippers, pumps
and ties; bath slippers, shoes for old
ladles, spnts or warm cloth In black or
stylish colors. Storm King high boots,
buckle arctics and good quality rub
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HOl'SE & HERRMANN announce that
"last-minute" shoppers will find them
especially prepared to supply their wants,
and make deliveries. Among the Christ
mas suggestions to which especial atten
tion is called are comfortable morris and
fireside chairs, parlor rockers, couches up
holstered In velour, with deep tufting;
princess dressers, music cabinets, book
cases, desks, etc,
BON MARCHE offers special reactions
for the two-day Christmas sale In all de
partments. The store will have a waist
sale, Including dainty 19UH lingerie styles
in hundreds of patterns: lace waists, kl
raono? and dressing sacques at one-third
less than regular prices
The firm also announces that all the
finer rurs will be marked down tomorrow.
The stock Includes rancy pelerines, muffs,
extra large; throw ties, mink sets, black
Russian pony or sable coney fur coats
and sable squirrel fur-lined coats.
MAYER BROS. & CO.. give opportunity
to their customers to buy useful presents
and say their selection for the last two
days before Christmas is particularly
large and attractive. The glove depart
ment, "right at the front of the store,"
Is stacked with what the firm be.leves are
the handsomest gloves In Washington.
Neckwear, belts of pleasing designs* furs
and boas, lace veils, silk wal?ts and col
lar and cuff sets are specialised. Special
reductions are offered In velvet suits.
Christmas presents will be neatly boxed
NEW YORK. December 21.?The first
mortgage bondholders of the Southern
Steel Company have formed a pro
tective committee to co-operate In the
rehabilitation of the company. *The
committee consists of James J*. Wood
ward, R. B. Van Cortlandt, Walter T.
Rosen and F. Q. Brown of New York.

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