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I^^Compan^^^^^Mai^93^^ IPRINCE OLAF WEDS | AMID NORSE POMP 11 4 Dynasties of Norway and Sweden United by Crown Heir's Nuptials. < Continued From First Page.> |of Sweden. and the Crown Princess. I Prince Axel of Denmark, Prince Henry I of Holland and other members of the 1 Scandinavian royal family, j Prineess Martha entered at high noon escorted by her father. Prince Carl, and : followed by eight bridesmaids, four of j j them Swedish and four Norwegian. The j < bride's party took the place at the right 1 ! of the altar, opposite the bridegroom, i The music for the procession of royal : figures had changed to the grand Nor j wegian wedding march, and as Princess Martha walked to the altar on her j father’s arm the students’ male choir j of the Royal University in the gallery ! above the main aisle sang the Swedish I song "Sweden." This was a last greet -1 ing to the princess from . her father- | | land before she changed her na j tionality. 1.600 Guests Stand I p. | Then the mixed choir of 150 voices J made the arches of the old church j i tremble with Handel’s "Hallelujah | , Chorus.’’ As the echoes of this mighty j ! song died the bishop took his place be- i : fore the altar and pronounced the | i words which made Olaf and Martha > ; man and wife. | During the ceremony the entire audi- | I ence. which numbered perhaps 1.600. ! remained standing. After the clergy - : man’s blessings it closed with the audi- j ! ence singing a verse of the national I hymn. As the couple turned to begin the' j procession to the entrance of the j church, the organ began sending out ■ the pealing tones of the homage march j “The Crusader King Sigurd of Norway.” Leaving the church, the bridal couple I entered the royal state coach with four i horses headed by postilions and a de ! tachment of calvary. Thev were driven S to the palace, hailed by thrown flowers ! and the congratulatory shouts of thou ; sands who lined the route. i Bride Wore Silvered Gown. Princess Martha was a silver bride, in a dress of silvered lame trimmed in ! silver lace with large sprays of orange j I blossoms. The long train of silver lame 1 was embroidered with silver lilies. Her ) | wedding veil was of antique Brussels . lace. En route to the church she wore i ! an ermine-trimmed cape of the same ! material matching the dress. Her | bridesmaids wore picturesque dresses | of cloudy blue tulle over an underdress ( I of blue crepe de chine. Huge crowds filled the streets outside the church and police had difficulty in ; keeping their enthusiasm within bounds, ii School children, at liberty with a holt- j day. were wild with excitement. The weather, cloudy at first, cleared before the wedding. PLEMMONS URGED TO SUCCEED HESSE j < Dahlgren Terrace Citizen*’ Resolu tion Point* to Record of Twelfth Precinct Captain. The Dahlgren Terrace Citizens' Asso- 3 eiation unanimpusly adopted a resolu tion last night recommending the ap pointment of Capt. C. L. Plemmons of the twelfth precinct as superintendent of police to succeed MaJ. Edwin B. Hesse. D. 8. James. • who introduced the resolution, recalled that Capt. Plemmons had been in charge of the precinct since It was established more than four years ago. Miss Frances Barnes, secretary of the association, exhibited motion pictures of the development of forest areas, the importance of wooded sections in pre serving sources of water supply and ef forts to replant. A request to President Hoover that daylight saving time be introduced May 1 and last until September SO was em- ' bodied in a unanimously adopted reso lution. The parking situation on Rhode Is- | land avenue was discussed, and mem bers advocated that parking on the north side of the avenue between the hours of 7 o’clock and 9 o’clock a.m. j between Twelfth street northeast and lowa Circle be prohibited. On the south side parking would be restricted during the hours from 4:15 o’clock p.m. until 6:15 o'clock in the same sec tion; A committee of three was appointed to attempt to locate a suitable site for a community playground. William McK. Clayton was indorsed as a member of the Public Utilities Commission, and Andrew F. Scheer was selected as delegate to the Citizens’ Advisory Council of the Federation of Citizens’ Associations. The meeting was held In the Social Oyster House. i. DAVIS IS SPEAKER .. . | Labor Secretary Tells Illinois So ciety of Department’s Work. Secretary of Labor James J. Davis was the principal speaker at the meet ing of the Illinois State Society last night at the Willard Hotel, explaining the work of his department, particu larly with regard to the immigration laws. ! The Secretary also spoke at length i on the Moose School, Mooseheart, 111 , j founded by him. , Several musical selections were given ’ by Mrs. W. Cameron Burton, accom i panied by Mrs. Albert C. Reed. Mrs. , : Alice S. Burkhead read some of her ■ poems. 'ln the absence of Senator Charles S. Deneen. president of the society. Representative Thomas S. Wil- j liams presided. MM PETWORTH PPPI HOMES *»*» - x rooim| throe fine porches— a fold 1 ~ no special'taxes On easy terms—renldile monthly pay. Exhibit Home ment* and you save the landlord's profit. «., __. The onlv homos in Petworth at * 5104 sth St. N.W. , ! Open Every Day BpOsyOU 5 j Until 9 PM. J H ; D. J. DUNIGAN, Inc. "I National THE EVENING STAR. TYASHINGTOy. D. C.. THURSDAY. MARCH 21. 1929. 1 NORWAY HAPPY OVER ROYAL WEDDING Norway celebrated the wedding today of Crown Prince Olaf of Norway and Princess Martha of Sweden. A view of the | royal palace at Osle, Norway, and the ballroom In which the wedding wlnned took place are shown at the right. NIT PRESCRIPTIONS IN CORNER TRIAL Defense Attacks Validity as Evidence—Seeks Directed Verdict of Acquittal. A battle over the admission of five prescriptions for narcotics, which Mrs. Lorraine Horner, wife of Stanley Hor ner. automobile distributor, is accused of forging and uttering, featured her trial when it was resumed today before Chief Justice Walter I. McCoy, at Crlm- ( Inal Division 1 of the District Supreme 1 Court. Assistant United States Attorney Wil- j Ham H. Collins admitted the entire case i thus far presented by the Government ' war circumstantial and asked that the five prescriptions covered by the indict ment be permitted in evidence on tes- j timony of Dr. M. C. Doll man. who Issued the prescriptions, and Morris Rodman and C. P. Beckley, pharmacists, who filled them. Objections by John H. Burnett and Milton King, defense counsel, contered around the point that none of the pre scriptions was definitely shown to have been placed in the hands of Mrs. Horner or presented by her to the pharmacists. i Chief Justice McCoy indicated that j one of the prescriptions failed to meet | requirements for admission, thus killing ; two of the 10 counts in the indictment. ! five of which allege forgery by altera- I tion, and five counts of uttering, which , were based upon the prescription*. Arguments as to a directed verdict of acquittal were begun just before the noon recess. The prosecution sprang a surpri*e by calling the defendant’s sister, Mrs. Vivian Tillman, to the witness stand. Mrs. Tillman, who had been called bv the defense, was jointly Indicted with her sister, but was allowed a separate : trial. ■ " ' She said she could not identify any ; of the precriptions. Mrs. Tillman said she refused to tes tify upon the advice of her counsel, j Daniel 8. Ring and Harvey W. Cobb. The wrangle over the admission of the prescriptions followed testimony given by Jack Chichester, colored chauffeur for Mr*. Homer. \ 2101 i Connecticut Avenue Apartments of Distinction in \ Washington's most $ | exclusive building \ l Seven and nine rooms i y and ‘three baths with j g enclosed porches. $ | Each apartment has 5 H a servant’s room and 5 | bath. $ | Valet Service : ts js § H. L. RUST COMPANY I 1001 15th St. N.W. | Main 8100 V7777777/7J727/77777J5/77777777;/MXUWM2& MISS HELBURN TO SPEAK. 1 Trend of Modem Theater to Be Described in Lecture. Miss Theresa Helburn, executive di i rector of the New York Theater Guild. I wil! speak tomorrow night on the trend I of the modern theater in a lecture in ! the auditorium of the Y. W. C. A.. Seventeenth and K streets. The talk is ; one of a series of lectures on the I Renaissance of Art,” arranged by the | Washington Branch of the American I Association of University Women for : members of the club and the public. Miss Helburn, who will take as her : subject "Why the Theater?” will discuss the policies, both practical and ideal istic. of the Theater Guild, and will tell of its growth. CAPONE DISAPPEARS ! AFTER TESTIFYING j • By the Associated Press. CHICAGO, March 21- "Scarface ! Al” Capone came back to Chicago yes- : terday, testified before a Federal grand j jury and disappeared. * His next public appearance is sched uled for next Tuesday, when the jury investgatlng liquor conditions in Chi cago Heights reconvenes, but he has requested that his testimony be com ; pleted before that time, so that he ; could gel back to Miami. District Attorney George X. Q. John- ! : sou said he would thinit it over and I let his attorneys know today "what , could be done about it.” In the meantime Capone was again ; a man of mystery. It was reported : that he had not visited his old haunts. One story, unverified, was that he walked into the deputy polioe commis sioner’s office last night, but left after finding that the deputy was not in. Police paid no attention to him and Federal authorities made no fuss over him. other than to send a guard as far as his attorney's office, but the public evidenced a great curiosity in the man whose name is mentioned In connec tion with nearly every gang murder j I in the city. ; |^f-—j mayonnaise rMI adding t GULDENS - : •*;' ‘ ‘ T ;i • . . ,• * • J lij iifinii l H IS%e package (lips open • ~ , Gy like a cigarette case... < atr/i/cA Uif / \ i BROWN mm 9 WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION i . i . ! * .■ * DESIRE TO MEET HINDENBURG BARED Friend Reveals Foch Wanted to Meet Him as Military Tactician to Compare Notes. By the Associated Press. PARIS. March 21--One of Marshal Foch's closest friends revealed today the vain hope of the marshal that some day he could meet and talk with President von Hindenbtirg of Germany. The marshal told this friend he “had the greatest respect” for the German military chief and that he wished they might meet, not as a Frenchman and a German, but as two military technicians ! to compare notes. Marshal Foch desired this *o much that a rough plan was formulated even as to how It might best be done with j out publicity. It was suggested Marshal I Foch might make a quiet visit to Strass | burg and be whisked over the frontier |to Baden Baden, where the German \ field marshal might have gone incognito. When Von Hindenburg was elected German President, l#wever, the diffl j culties of arranging a private meeting became too gTeat, and it was never at tempted. Parasol Vanity Cases Soon. Among the novelties promised for 'London women next Summer are para sols with vanity case handle*. They will hold, beside* powder, lipstick, per \ fume, and a manicure outfit, beauti fully cut bottles of smelling salts. The j handles will be in a number of designs. < l\\ April Showers Won’t 4 ► | k v\\ \ ***** * \\"— I Hurt Year WlaJew k ] i v\\ l V Shade* If They Are Made es 4 | ■ :ftlplli- Pontine; : <► \ THE WASHABLE \ ► I < ► tw WINDOW SHADE < ► . ► lr— Rain w °n’t hurt them—nor ► j ' . JWKJy*i|\ 'JK dues »un fade their beauty. Ask ' . 4 r . for Mtlmaus. Ptctor j mutt. , r \ , |s3» 13tk St. N J ’ Mmol W. STOKES SAMMONS, r.tpritl.r ■► j ' < j/vvvAA»«^>/*VV I^VV**S^ I VVVy SURVEY OBSERVES ! 50 YEARS’ SERVICE | U. S. Geological Official Re ceived by President and Mrs. Hoover. Thf United States Geological Survey j Is today celebrating the fiftieth anni- ! versarv of its founding. Officials of the survey were received by President and Mrs. Hoover at the White House at noon and this after noon speakers are summarising its growth and sddpe of activities at a meeting in the National Museum. Among the speakers are Secretary of ' the Interior Wilbur. Arthur E. Morgan, i president of Antioch College: H. Foster Bain, secretary of the American Insti tute of Mining and Metallurgical Engi neers: Henry Fairfield Osborn, president of the American Museum of. Natural History: Arthur L. Day. director of the Geographical Laboratory, and John C. j Mcrriam, president of the Carnegie In stitution of Washington. Dr. George Otis Smith, for many years director of i the survey, is presiding. j Origin of Survey. The Geological Survey first came Into being with the appointment of Clarence ; King as director, March 21. 1879. , Thirty-five years ago. President Hoover was a member of Us stafT of field assist- : ants in geologic mapping of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. During its half century of activity, the survey has graduated thousands of trained engineers and scientists who are now working in all parts of the world. . The growth of the survey has been rapid and today its workers have be come known as the official explorers for ! the Government. Members of the sur vey's personnel were the first white men I to penetrate deep into Alaskan territory | for scientific purposes. Growth of Appropriations. From an appropriation of 1100,000 granted for the work of the survey during the first fiscal year of its oper ation. the appropriations have grown yearly until now there is an appropria tion of more than $2,000,000 for 1930. Approximately 600 persons are ex pected to attend a dinner of the sur vey group in the Hotel Washington I tonight. 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