THE WASHINGTON TBfES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3,' 1917.
ARE PEOPLE FROM YOUR HOME
STOPPING ATCAPITAL HOTELS?
List of Arrivals From the Various States and
Other Countries Recorded on Regis
ters of Local Hostelries. -
Following is a list of arrivals at Washington hotels during the past
twenty-four hours. The names of the arrivals are listed by States as o
method of easy reference for Wash ing-tonlans who want to get In touch
quickly with their friends.
P. W Burnett. Gadsden.
Georso V a'htoslon In .
J. Prigot and wife, Wylam.
Frank Cox. wife and son.
D. C Bargent, Oxford.
William H Whittlesey. Sew-
ard, George Washington
Mr and Mrs. C. Haarrison.
Los Angeles. 'New Wlllard
Mr and Mrs u v. ...
San Jose, Cochran.
John 8. Berger, Los Angeles.
Miss V Tompkins, Oakland,
Manfjirs K. E. FrlUh.
Mr and Mrs H W Walker,
Santa Anna. St- James.
Mrs. U S. Knight. Lafayette.
John It Mchol. Lafayette.
Miss Marian C Harklns. San
Miss Gertrude M Hallman,
Ban Francisco Continental.
J. H. Sharp. San Francisco,
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Brown.
Congress HalL M
T. O. Martin. San Fran
Mr and Mrs. H. Calms, To
W. A. Wllllson, Toronto,
T. P. Stewart. Toronto,
Charles E. Frost. Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Scott.
Colorado Springs, Rich
mond H. M Cavanaugh. Denttr,
F E Howard, Hartford.
Mass Henkels, Bridgeport,
J. A. Marr, Bridgeport, New
H. A. Rubys. Bridgeport.
Mrs W S. Teel, Bridgeport,
H D. Blner, Baltimore. Na
tional L. C Backus. Hagerstown,
V. T. Sprucher, Baltimore,
W. H Relnhardt, Baltimore,
B, 8. Steele. Baltimore, Oc
W. H. Bums. Blessfleld, Eb
bltt. J. S Kerr, Baltimore, Eb.
II K. Wallace, Annapolis,
llarrr Ebert, Frederick,
A. U Oawe, Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Banker,
Miss M. L. -Banker. Conti
nental. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Strong,
ounneniai. A ..,.
Miss Bernlce Hart, Contl-f C W Ullman, Salens, Ra-
W. Mllner. Continental
L. 8. Hall and wife. Conti
1 .Martin D. Jevel. Contlnen
taL j E. W. Morris. Continental,
f George Pooler. ContlnentaL
Mrs. H. N. Carney, Contl
I R. Grlmsbat r- contlnen
i C B. Gardiner, Cap'tol
L U 275?"'' FelCTU- J T. Boone. Capitol Park.4 w!
T-T. WIserkeL 'IKOTtown' smith. Capitol Park.
. Hjygton. h. Evans. Capitol Park
A. O. Guy and wife, Baltl-' Mr tni Mrt- H. string,
more. Harrington . i fellow, r.nitnl Park.
G A. Waddle". Baltimore,! Dr. Wlnlhrop Talbot. Har-
A. Taylor Smith. Cumber
G. S. Boole and wife. Bal
timore, George Washing
H E. McBrlde, Baltimore,
J. Burleigh, Baltimore, Con-4 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carter,
H G. Aaron, Baltimore, Con
tinental. Mr and Mrs Alfred R. Han
son. Baltimore, Capitol
Fred Philip SUeff, Jr., Balti
more. Capitol Park.
W McDonald, sr.. Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs Franklin
Judge Greenfield, Capi
B. Goldsmith. Harris.
John J. Lesbarg and wlfe
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kopp,
C 8. Wilson. Drlscoll.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Delt-
Jesse Marcus. 8terllng.
T. E. Rice. Sterling
A. A. Peterson. Harrington
Pierce Klnjssley, Harrington
R. R. Roberts, Harrington.
J. L Kaufnufn. Harrington
O. R. Holmes, Harrington.
J. A. Smith, Harrington.
A. B. Halg. Harrington.
M J Harrahan, Harrington
at. Handelsman. Harrington
Mr and Mrs H A. Tucker,
Boston. New Wlllard
G W R. Harrtman, Boston,
F M. Sheldon, BostonV New
Mr. and Mrs. E 8 Foster,
Boston, New Wlllard
E S Foster. Jr. Boston,
Hobart Davis, Boston. New
i Sidney Chase, Boston, New
15BvnSS' l E ILAchlbald. Lawrence.
Mr. L. B. Pawe. Bridgeport. New Wlllard.
Peter J Donovan and wife. r 11 iwiner. tuielgn
. Boston. Capitol Park. . aiorgan. iiairign.
M F. Ranse and wife. Bos-' J P Jones. Raleigh.
G. P Price, Norwalk, Coch
ran. Louis Harnberger, Bridge
S J Slawson, Bridgeport,
J B Raymond, 8. Norwalk,
Arthur Chambers. Bridgeport,
Frank OdeU. Norwalk, Met
V. L. Castell, Wilmington,
W. T. Curnle. Wilmington.
Mrs. Hoy, London, New Wll
lard. Miss Hoy, London. New Wll
T Henkel and wife. Winter
Miss Blanche WentzelL
McDonougb, Capitol Park
Mrs. S. J Trebble, Athens.
J il Stracb, Atlanta, Sterl
W A. Sawyer, Columbus,
F L. Stevens and wife, New
J. W Walters. Albany.
D H Redfern. Albany,
George Washington Inn.
Mrs. G L. Wilkinson Chi
cago. New Wlllard
W M Roberts. Chicago.
C Monroe, Chicago, New
H E. Vance, Chicago, New
T W Broad, Chicago. New
Mrs C BelA-era, Chicago.
Mr and Mrs. C. Mor, Chi
cago. Ebbltt. -
J B Markley, Chicago.
8 Bernstein, Decatur, Sterl
ing Sam Loeb. Decatur, Sterling.
R. G Htronacb, Chlcagn,
Mr and Mrs O Oitenrlch
Jer Chicago, Raleigh.
II Krickson, Chicago, Ra
F H NstUI, Vrbana, Cor
don. 11 E. TJpberg, Chicago, Gor
don. T Posseht, Chicago, nil
mat. J. il Ltongstreet. Chicago,
John J McDonald and
wife, Peoria. Capital Park
L. A. hhutz and nlfe,
Rockford. Capitol Park
Mrs G. W Magulrr. Rock
ford, Capitol Park.
Mrs Antoinette Funk. Chi
cago, Capitol park.
E. IL Lrttrral and wife,
Miss E. U Belshe, Chicago,
Mrs Nellie Hellekson. Chi
C. K Watson, Chicago,
Thomas W Chambers, Co
Miss Moores, Indianapolis,
Mrs John McChord, Rich
mond T L. Elder, Evansrille, Har
ris . IOWA
Mr and Mrs B H Grer,
8Ioux City, New Wlllard
B. W Gteer, Dea Mblnea.
Clark ihonm, Des Moines,
Mrs. n F Dalton, Parsons.
II 8ro.berger, Parsons, liar
W JI Dawklns,
J W Tyler, Danville,
B Z. Brjeon, jr., Louisville,
T. O Hlldeson. Jr, Monroe,
Dr. E. V Conway, New Or
Mr. and Mrs. T L. Rogers,
W. H. Lee, Baltimore, National
Mrs D D Dent, Boston,
Mr and Mrs. Birdie, Coch
ran. F E Allen, Worcester,
R y Malone, Boston, Sterl
ing F W. Smith. Boston, Sterl
ing. Mr. and Mrs. C C Carstens,
F A. Pilling and wife. Low
Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Cana--aa.
J C Williams; Jr., Cam
Stephen E. Barton, Boston,
W. C Lawrence and wife,
G L. Clemett, Detroit, New
Frank Malone, Port Huron,
Mr and Mrs. II J Ward,
Big Rapids, Raleigh.
Mrs. F Bonnee, Detroit,
R. M. Rentier. Ralelxh.
T. M Courtwright. Raleigh.
D. T Walden Raleigh
S W. Seals. Raleigh
G D Gwynn and wife, Ra-
C F Ackerman. Raleigh.
F. H. Burgess. Raleigh.
8 H Grors. National
F. W Barrett, National
John J. Malloy. NatlonaL
E A. Mallov, National
IL W. Wyman. National.
C. It. May. National
L. G. Hechlnger. St. James.
C. XV Anderson St. James.
H. Lawrence, Metropolitan.
J C Harprr.vMetropoltun
W A. Delanet. Metropolitan.
I D. Levy. Metropolitan
Samuel D. Clappi Metropoli
tan. Benjamin Hartman, Metro
politan A IL Kaiser. Metropolitan.
Henry D Swain. Lafayette.
Mrs. H D Swain. Lafayette.
Mrs. T. B Mlddleh. Lafay
ette. Miss Grace Lee Mlddleh, La
fayette Robert UcC. Marsh, Lafay
ette Mr. and Mrs. Iran R. Scott.
Mr and Mrs. Calrerf Brewer,
O E Edwards, jr.. Cordon.
H S. Willis Bellevue
Mr and Mrs. OUrer J.
John O'Brien. Shoreham.
R. S. Blgelow, Shoreham.
NEW lORK STATE.
G. A. Stoneman and wife,
G. E. 'Montague, Sinclair
W L. Hyde, PortvlIIe, Wll
GJj.ad- De,""t' Cont'! J R Hyde. PortvlIIe. Wll-
R, W B. French. Grand
G B Dunlap and wife,
A II Pearson. M. D , De
M R. Bennett, Detroit. Win
It. J It. Hutton. Buffalo,
J E. Palmer and wife,
Mr and Mra. N. A. Weln-
helmer ferracuse. Contl-
Thomaa A. McMahon.
I Rockaay Beach. Contl-
A-."'- Mlnneapolla, j wil'lsmV Desmond. Kock-
swsr Beach Continental.
Mr and Mrs..L. Shrebman,
Elmlra Capitol Park.
Mr and Mrs Vi Fastman.
Alban Capitol Park
II. C Sch.ntr. Buffalo,
G. V. Gill and wife. Min
Mlu Kdna Halre. Duluth,
George V ashlngton Inn.
George Hess, St. Louis, New
Charles Msrrow, St. Louis.
T M. Sarman. St Louis,
C. C. Chambers, Kansas
Charles Idlole, St. Louis, Ra
leigh. Mrs Ddvach, St- Louis,
Miss Duracb. St Louis, Gor
don John J Wsylanri Kansas
C'tj , George Washington
Mr and Mrs J E Murray,
Butte New Wlllard
Rc K Lemore, Roman,
V O Wroolle, Broadview,
Guv L Elkln, Broadview,
Frank Hesly, Tonopah,
George Waabtngton Inn.
C. A. Thompson. Harrla.
C. H. Kendall. Harris.
Donald A Douglas. Orange.
Mrs. M It Douglas,
Mr and Mrs W. M Bar
rett. Bsyonne. Drlscoll
W lUlron Bsrrett. Bay-
W H Henderson, Newark,
H II Vaughn, jr, Newark,
Satello Waterstone, South
Msbel Coombs, Peterson,
Martha Tollman Oak
Miss Susan V. Cobb, Albu
querque HL James
Bernard Rome, Columbus,
NEW TORK CITT.
Harry Ilapapat, Oxford
J Rettentown, Oxford
F T frVhneider, OccldVntal
D D Kimball. Occidental
Mrs Marian K. Clark, New
C D Berkett. New Wlllard
F G Smith. New W Illard
Frank Smith, New Wlllard
Mr and Mrs A. Morrison,
Mr. and Mrs Herman Le
comte. Trov. Ifarrls.
H r Hsddlck, Buffalo.
Mls J Haddlck. Buffalo
Harris James C" Batchelor and
wife, ransndsgua. George
Dr and Mrs Edward
while. Brooklyn. Con
C A WJbit. Orchard Park,
Mr an I Mrs J J Flnck,
lluffalo. New WIlariL
Mr and Mrs William Bald,
Buffalo, New Wlllard.
E. Jones, Utlca, New Wlllard
Mrs W Garrison. ML er'
non. .-vew wilard
Mrs. John A Weser. ML
ernon Neu WllUrd.
Mrs F E Hilton ML Ver
non. New wrtlsrd
J. R Bueno. While Plains.
Mr and Mrs W C Hogen.
Rochester. New WlUrd
Charles Belsterlng, Garden
City. New WllUrd.
Mrs William A Searla,
WlllUm J 8harpe, Brookl)-n,
W. Pabeleast, Yonkars, Har
rlrgton A iJtrkie. Buffalo. Harring
ton. J P Loobox. Buffalo. Har
rington P R Bassett, Brooklyn. Na
A. Bass Brooklyn Nstlonal
Mr and Mrs E II Patter
son Rochester. National
Miss Heltn Rae Ntlt, NUg
ara Falls, Lafayette
C D Rlgnliee Durham, Eb
bltL Miss A. n Bell. Grsnd Is
Percy Jol.nson and wife. Con
J D White, Continental
Mrs E E latrldge South
ern Pines Continental
Miss D J Scrivrn Southern
R. L. Ledeboer Grand Rap
Ids. Capltul l'srk.
Mr and Mrs S C Vann.
rmnkllntnn, Capitol park
Frank G Harris. liming
J F Tsrlor. Wsshlngton
George Washington Inn
John D Rrown. Hallpbury.
George Washington tnt
W W l,lnster,- States-
vine, oeorge ashlng-on
New Wlllard XnIU'
Mrs J A. Trowbridge. New I a l. Dlgas. Jtshevllle,
WllUrd ' George WashlnsXon Inn
Macgrane Coxe. New Wll-1 J E Ramsay, Salisbury,
Mr and Mrs II C. Met-
slller New Wlllard
Clyde Brown, New WllUrd.
R G Klncald EbbltL
K. 8 Sheey, Ebbltt
1.. 8 Turald Klibltt
V Telsselt. Ebbltt.
A. W Harrington, EIMtt I
Mr. ana airs f. i. itoss,
Mrs. M- D. Ball, Ebbltt
O. P. Gray and wife, Con-
Mr Beainan, Goldsboro, Ra
leigh. NORTH DAKOTA.
Miss Ijit r Shays Rhome.
George Wn-htnatow Iin
J Cox, Beach, Mstropoll
Elizabeth McFariand, Cleve
Margaret Brown, Lima, Met
C. A. Arnold, Zanesvtlle
Mr and Mrs. O S Bond.
Toledo, New Wlllard
Mrs. B Little, Cleveland.
Mr and Mrs. B Cowell.
Cleveland. New WllUrd.
M A. Nugenu Toledo. Eb
bltL J R. Weber. Bryan. EbbltL
II B. Miller. Dayton. Ebbltt
Anna II. Day. Hamilton, Eb
bltL A. J Frailer. CInclnnatL
Mr and Mrs C G. Greene.
C. S. Williams. Mansfield,
D. W. Graham. Dayton,
F. L. Leckle. Cleveland,
E. C. Ramsey. Columbus,
J. J. Dempsey, Toledo,
I n ," ,-11 ? ,l..1
' I E F. Mcintosh, Orange, St,
Arthur Barnes. Plttiburga, W J. Fisher, Petersburg,
vacuo cars. -f .'"TtiT- -. .. , w
a Kelsev Pblladtlphla.
Ttitlln r m Tlt.h... James
Capitol Park. ' D D Pitta. Richmond. Met-
Uplon H hlte. PhlladeU. ropollUn
phla. Capitol Tark. J. P Elliott and wife,
Mr and Mrs. Judd H. ' Richmond. George W ash-
Bruff. Pittsburgh. Capi- Ington.
tol Park. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Shan-
Betty Lenox. Philadelphia. I na. Norfolk, Oeorg.
Capitol Park. Washington
J. I. Prestwlck. Phlladel-I 11. Gordon. Bristol. Drls-
Roberts E Rogers, Pitts
Tom Benner. Pittsburgh,
G. P Johnson. Philadel
B. H. Scott. Pittsburgh.
"Margaret Scott, Pittsburgh,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Unruh.
Harris. David D. Chlsman. Phlla
J K. riynn. joieao, ueorge i aeipnia. Drlscoll,
John Crslg. Toledo, Con
R. M Johnson, Cincinnati,
J. M Barrett. Fostoria, Har
rlnston. W H Jacobs, Cleveland,
W C Manly, Toungstown,
C H. Blelch, AllUnce, Ra.
F. B. Fits, jr., Muskogee,
Fred Lookout, Pawluaka, Na
tlonaL Ben Hanson, Pawluaka, Na
E. L. Alspaugh, Portland,
IL Davis. Portland,
J. J Mathews. PhlUdsIphla,
J. H Nester, PhlUdelplua,
E. B. Hamilton. National.
J. L. Wolff, Greenburg, SL
Mrs. J. L. Wolff, Greenburg,
A. H. Chester, PhlladelphU,
Mr and Mrs. J E. Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D, steel.
Greenburg, New Wlllard.
Mr and Mra. Samuel Semple.
Tltusvllle. New WHUrtL.
W H. Rowe. PltUburgh,
F. J. Meyers, Bethlehem.
Mrs T. H. Kennedy, Brad
ford. New Wlllard.
MUs Marlon Kennedy, Brad
ford. New WllUrd
A. E. McKlnley, PhlUdel
pbis. New WllUrd.
XI B Gsrdon. PltUburgh,'
P. E. Pauleo. Danville. New
T. a Balrd. PltUburgh. New
G. T Forde. Bethlehem,
H E. Backer, PltUburgh.
8 S. Dickson, Philadelphia,
John O Murphy and wotu
C D. Fhu tx. Huntingdon,
Mr, and Mra. George M.
S'eeth. Pittsburgh, Con
tlnentaL J. K. Stewart and wife.
Henry Sims snd wife. Erie,
Chs'ee Ball, Harrlsburg.
W. Ree-se Parks Phlladel- Miss Susie Fries, Llnvine.
phis, Capitol Park. NatlonaL
II. Baldwin, Phi adelphla. J. J Leuman, Richmond,
Capitol Park. ' NaUonal.
Mrs Ed Wilson. Clarion,
Jean Wilson. Clarion. Drls
coll. E M Ruehman, FhlladeP
W W McMahon, Phlladel
phU, Sterling. -
R A. Sherer, PhtUdelphU
P J Heeve, PhlUdelphU.
Henry Sims and wife, Erie,
J P Cowan, PltUburgh. Ra
leigh. Mr. and Mrs. I G Rhodes,
C F Kl-dred Jr., Philadel
Grace Parker, NewporL
R J Ward, Providence, Na
Uonal. W F Kllkenncy. Providence.
II M Laughlln, Provi
E 8. Haruunann, Sioux Falls,
Mra. A. Walser, Sioux Falls,
Charles T. Gasklll, Sioux
E. B. Garretson. Columbia,
Mrs. L. Barnes. Capitol
J. W, McPherson. Harrla
Q. WV Sutton, Fayettevllle,
H. Btrlngfellow, KnoxvUle,
Alex Stewart, Chattanooga,
Joseph Davenport, Chatta
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wal.
Isre. Coolldge, Capitol
A. F. HIIL Dennlson. George
George L. Wrodburr, Salt
Lake City. Harris.
J. W. Jones. -.Salt Lake City,
George Washington Inn.
Belle Dewey, Salt Lake City,
Winifred Richardson, Salt
Lake city, Raleigh.
UNITED STATES WAVY
Com. J. C Holmes, Raleigh.
C D Scott. Purcellvllle, Na
Uonal 8. W Brown, National.
E. B Ramsey, Jr , Rich
mond NaUonal I
C C. Pearson National.
W, T. Sharps. Occoquan. Ox
ford. D B OarretL University.
R H. Blevins, Lynchburg.,
Mrs. O Butler, Fredericks
A. C Walton. Richmond,
W. A. Simmons and wife,
F E. Morris. ContlnentaL
C'H. speake. ContlnentaL
J. Porter and wife, Capitol
H J. Connolly, Richmond,
Herbert C. Taylor. RIch
mond. apltol Park. ,
George A. Allen. Rich
mond. Capitol Park.
W. F. Passer. City Point,
D M. Perrlck. Lynchburg,
r. E Byrd Lynchburg,
II. L. Trlsnyn. Norfolk.
& F. Dreyfous. Richmond,
R D. Rosgcl. Rectortown.
S. Sim RosgeL The Plains?
J L. Hamilton, Mineral,
Renato Plnbeln, Front
a V. Griffith, Staunton,
Jules Rey. Staunton, Har
J. II. Wash, Goockland
J. W. Walton. Louisa, Har-
J. L. Woodson, Louisa,
Sam Rhodes. MIddleboro,
J. A. Anderson. Richmond,
II. R Bryarly, Winchester,
E. R Shackelford. Rich
R. K. Bllvins, Lynchburg,
WlllUm Plgott, EeatUe, New
O. w Anvil and family.
Ewan. capitoi park.
F. C Kaylor. Petersburg,
E. G. Smith. Clarksburg,
F. 8. Crocker and family.
C. W. Heaton. Morgan-
J. IL Guard. Charleston,
H. C. Sanderson, Capitol
X. A. Pulllam. Capltot Park
W. Creaton. Capitol Park.
C W. Ostenten, FayetUrUU,
D. M. E. Corbetttnd wife.
uanxoan. ueorge wasn
Miss Elisabeth Flood. Osh
kosh, George Washington
Mrs Emma Alberg. LA
Crosse, ueorge Washing
J. W. Wallace. Madison.
M. F Anders, Milwaukee.
Mr and Mra. W. Kettler.
FIRST AID TALKS
' TO POLICE CLOSE
Dr. Shields Gives Last of Series
of Lectures Before About
Dn Mathew J. Shields, of the
Amejican Red Cross Society, who has
been instructing the police force of
Washington in first aid practice for
the last ten days, delivered his last
lecture at the District Bulldlnir be
fore about ninety men of the force.
Major Pullman had requested that
Dr. Shields stive the captains and
lieutenants and a class of four picked
men from each precinct this instruc
tion so that the police force of the
District may be prepared for emer
gencies which may arise during the
To (lve Lectures,
During February these men will
impart to the other men of the force
the knowledge which they have
gained from Dr Shields
Special emphasis was laid upon
teaching the men how to dlfferentl
ate a case of vertigo or concussion of
the brain from drunkeness by the dl
latlon of the pupils of the ees. In
struction was also given In treating
broken limbs, cuts, gunshot wounds
and fainting spells
Course a Continuation,
The course which has Just been
completed Is a continuation of one
which was given a year ago to cer
tain members of the force
Major Pullman has realized that the
large majoritj of policemen are In
capable of properly treating emerg
ency cases, and, knowing the large
crowds which would necessarily cause
an unusual number of such cases, he
began early to make the men under
him efficient in first aid methods
To help the men further In thglr
work during the Inauguration week
Major. Pullman will have placed in
every one of the -137 call boxes of the
city some ammonia capsules, a bottle
of Iodine, and a small first-aid pack
age Ilia- First Aid Box.
Each patrol and emergency wagon
will also be equipped with a large
nrst-atd box The. wagon men are
receiving-special Instruction In treat
ing cases on the fvay to the hospital
This knowledge has already recti" d
At a fire a few da)n ago o: e of the
firemen who had been otrcorne b
illuminating gas was placed in a
patrol wagon in charge of Police
men Mcdregur, Davis, anu Adcock
Before the man had reached the hos
pital he had been revelved and Was
able to walk from the wagon to the
hospital for trcntment.
FUNERAL OF COL. KNISSIN.
Funeral services for I.leuL Col. Gil
bert C Knlssin. eight) -file years olu
and a veteran of the civil war, who
died at Walter Heed Ho pltal yes
terday, will be held at his residence
237 Carroll aienue. Takoma Park
under auspices of Kit Carson Post,
(2. A. IL, Monday at 10 o'clock. In
terment will be In Arlington Ceme
tery with military honors The
Lojal Legion, of which Colonel
knlsMn was a member, will form the
guard of honor. The Sons of the
Revolution, to which Colonel Knlssin
belonged, will send a delegation.
BODY ORGANIZED TO
Judge William J. Latimer Tells
of Purposes of New
The organization, scope and aim of
the Juvenile Protective Association
was described by Judge William J.
Latimer, of the Juvenile Court and
president of the organization, before
the Woman's Interdenominational
Uillon at Its meeting yesterday after
noon in St, Paul's Lutheran Church,
Eleventh and IC streets northwest,
"The organization Is recently
formed and is Just being perfected."
said the, judge. "It consists of a
board of eighteen directors, repre
sentlng whites, colored. Catholics,
Protestants. Jews, and no on. We did
not want it to be known as being
peculiar to any one class. Now we
have II as wo wanted It truly repre
sentative of the entire community."
Art as One Experienced.
The aim of the organization. Judge
Latimer declared, "is to act as one
experienced and representative organ
ization, to he representative of and
supported by all other organizations.
"When the organization Is thus per
fected," he declared, "we want It to
go Into the homes and act the part
of the big sister In curing the delin
quency and dependency of children as
It comes to the attention of the Juve
"For example when a boy Is re
Jeased from the National Training
School we want some one who can
keep a watchful e)e on him to see to
It that such harmful Interest as a
neglectful father or mother do not
cause the child to go back to his old
fallings. The probation officer's time
Is too largely taken up with recover
ing boys who haie violated paroles
and other official duties"
Urged to Ileeome Member.
Judge Latimer told the members of
the union that It was to be hoped
they would become members of the
association or at least lend it their
moral, support lie said there would
soon be plenty of work for volunteer
workers, but asked them to refer no
matters to the association until the
salaried secretary to be emploed 1
Mrs. Charles Culberthson. president
if the Interdenominational Union, who
nrrsldetl at the meeting, presenter
washMtoYboy- , I
BACK FROM GREECE
Vice Consul Thomson Tellsof
A famous newspaper editor once
remarked that the primary duty of
every reporter was to know where
"hell will break loose next" and be
there, but a young man from Washington-
haa gone most correspondents
one better in complying with that
reportorlal program during the pres
He doesn't work for a newspaper
at all, but for the State Department.
He is Vies Consul Alfred IL Thom
son, of .Maryland, but he was a cadet
officer and athlete at Central High
School, later attended George Wash
ington University, and now Is visit-
f Ing his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis
U. Thomson, 3423 Sixteenth street.
With Germans and Allies.
Where he has It on most war cor
respondents Is that he haa lived In
both German and entente environ
ments. He was In Berlin when the
war broke out, later was stationed at
Nlsh, the former temporary capital of
Serbia before Its Invasion by the cen
tral powers, and. for the last two
years has been at Saloniki, base of
the entente military operations In
Never before and never again, per
haps will there be such an opportu
nity to mingle with military men from
all quarters' of the world, to see such
a hodge podge of nationalities, and
to observe the contrast between a
civilization that bears traces of thei
dark ages curiously blended with the
most modern Institutions of all the
lands represented there. J
Colorful Seen ACSaleaakL
For in Saloniki, u. Vice Cons'ul
Thomson describes It, British offi
cers and troops from India, French
officers and troops from China and
coal-black skinned warriors from Africa,
tall figures of the Russian soldiers
and the febrile Italians, pass through
streets In which modern street cars
make their way between the street
barbers on one side, mules bearing
the butchers wares clamped on
bpards hanging from their backs, in
defiance of all mouern hygiene, and
goats burdened with poucues from
which Is distributed the city's milk
Alongside patriarchs In the ki
monolike native costumes, accom
panied by women In tpton like shirts
and varl-colored bodices, cut as low
as the most pneumonia defying Am
ericas maid would dare risk a V-ef-fect,
sit brisk young newspaper men
of every nationality, sipping the in
toxicants 'which have not been prc
scrbed In Greece. No wonder Rich
ard Harding Davis, lover of bizarre,
spent weeks there, and incorporated
tales of the strange human admix
ture Into .one of the last books he
Automobiles skid blithely under
age old arches, and In and out of the
great wall that dates back to, the
Byzantine empire, soldiers crowd
dally into motion picture shows deplc
Ing The Perils of New York" Across
the street from churches, now Greek,
which Once were Turkish mosques,
some of them centuries old, contain
ing relics of early religious worship
wnlch still furnish rich material for
And all this strange, confused pano
rama breaks upon the eyes of the young
Washlngtonlan. aware that la this his
tory cluttered city. Cicero Hved wfeea la
exile. SL Paul wrote some of kls eolation,
Llclnlus, coemperor with CoastasUse,
was put to death, and Theodotlius the
Oreat established himself.
Es.opped from talking of pontics, par
ticularly rife In Greece) itself Just now,
Mr. Thomsbn has a wealth of anecdote
of events concerning the landing of the
entenu troops In Saloniki after tfeotr
withdrawal from Galllpoll. the expulsloa
from the city of the consols general of
the central powers, and the consequent
assignment to the American consulate
of the duty of protecting German. Aus
trian. Turkish, and Bulgarian subjects
In Greek Macedonia.
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L, H. FEDERWISCH DEAD.
Ixuls H. IVderwIsch. sixty seven
years old, of ".Is Fourteenth street
southwest, died of pneumonia IaMt
nlftht at 0 15 o'clock Mr. Federwlsch
'iad been employed at the gov rnment
i-ommlmiir) department in the Ar
4enal He uas a native of Germany
and came to this country forty ears
ago He has been a resident of
Washington for more than thirty
years and nan a member of SL
Mary's Catholic Church. He Is sur
vived by one daughter, Mrs Edith J.
A FREE LECTURE ON
By WM. R. RATHVON, C. S. B.
Member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of the
First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, Mass4 at
Sunday, Feb. 4T at 3:00 P.M.
NO COLLECTION. ALL WELCOME.
CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Ellhth and P bta N K.
Dlbl. sttdy. 10 a. m Lord's Day
Communion wrvlcs. 11 a. nu
SubJect-"A UESSACB FROM THE NEW
Speaker Acnes E Marsland, President of
the Oriental Esoteric Society, HU Q st. N.
IV . Bunrfar. February 4th. at S 11 p. m. All
CHURCH OFOUR FATHER
Thirteenth and L Sta. N. W.
HEV JOHN VAN SCHAICK. Jr., D. D.
rv WILLIAM COUDE.S. Assistant Pastor
Kibllc .orshlp at 11 a ro . with sermon
btie Uu5t pastor. Mr CouJ.n. Sub-
?Lt -rbe Poer of Personal tfa"h.'
idaichool. 45 a. m. Fre. klndsraar-
ten. 11 a.
rHE VATICANAND THE W.'JR
Address by MR. MOdES BARITZ. of fcnl
land before Washington becular League.
rn.1..n ?e" Die. Sunday. S P m. Discussion.
CITIZENS WILL MEET.
The monthly meeting of the North j
Washington Citizens' Association will
be held In the GaRe School, Second I
and V streets northwest, Monday, t
Central Union Mission
622 La. Ave, N. W.
JOHN S. BENNETT. Supt.
Services daily. IS M. and Tt30 P. M.
Sundays. 0 A. JI. and 7lJO V. 31.
Free Bread Line
Sunda. Ib- " Worley Class of
Ilrtbany Ilaptlat Church at 3 P. 31.
Special Song and
t TiW P. 31. Sprnkrr from T). C.
Christian Kndenror Union.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH,
' Cor. Fourteenth and L Sts.
Ulysses G. B. Pierce, DJ) Minister
III i. m. Sunday School. Clan for
the Comparative Study of Relliion. and
Unity Study Class.
11 A. C momlnc servlci sinaoa by th.
There Is also kindergarten durlns ths hour
sf morning warship.
" p. m Llbersl Religious Union. Ad
dress by Geo A Warren, "Thoughts of an
Outsider on Socialism."
S p. m , Evening Service, sermon br Dr.
Pierce. "Has There Been a Fall of Uan!''
W SUBJECTS Wf
ft For Sunday. February V H "i
11 a. m Tfce Seeead I
Cemlnar of-Christ." I I
I (LAO coilea of Dr. Cordon's I J
booklerca "Danclnr. Cart Plav l I
Inc. etc . will be distributed at
the morning service )
8 p. au "Dante's Infer
noA Gnat Poet's Vision.
of HrlL" (Dr. Gordon Trill
present a orelnde oa the
"German Submarine Cru
sade.") Firs'. CoagregabHal Gmci
10th and G Sta. ft. W.
All Are Cordially Invited.
FOUNDRY SIXTEENTH BTREt
rUUIWRI NKAR P STREET.
Rev. Walter Everett Burnett, Pastor.
940 a. m. Sunday school.
11 00 a. m "Good Newa to a. Weary World
I il p. m. Epworth League service,
S p. m. "The Religion 1 orth Having."
Visitors Welcome. Excellent Musi-
MOUNT VERNON PLACE
M. E. GHURCH, SOUTH
Edward K. Hardtn. Pastor
CORNER 1th AND MASS. AVE. N. W.
Ua.m Sermon by Dr. Goo. S. Sexton.
1 p. m Epworth League,
t p. m. Sermon by th pastor.
WELCOME TO ALU
WAUGHM a iu. k r. Rrr. r.
tinuun MeCOT, D. D Mlnlatsr.
Sunday school, I JO a. m.
11 o'clock "Service and Power."
240 p. m. Junior League.
SO p. m Epworth League.
7 30 p. m. "U-boat arfare Upon the
Belgl Sisters, slnains eranxallsts. with us
Subject "The City of God Is Here "
Speaker Mrs. Ellen V Beecher, of New
Studio Hall 121j Connecticut avenue
Sunday, 8 15 p. m No collection. All m.
The First Spiritualist Church
Lecture by the pastor. Alfred H. Terry.
Sunda) at S p m . followed by spirit mes
sages, at Fytluan Temple. 1012 9th st. N. W.,
second floor All welcome
First Church of Christ,
COLUMBIA ROAD AND EIXI.II STREET.
Services Sunday. 11 a. m, and 1 p. m.
Subject "LO E."
Sunday school. 11 a. m. Wednesday even
Ins meelng. S o'clock. Public rordUllj In
vited Reading room and loan library. (01
CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY
G STREET NEAR llth.
REV. RANDOLPH H. McKIM, D. D. Hactor.
Sam. Holy Communion.
11 a m . Holy Communion with sermon by
4 p. ni.. service and addreaa. v
5 p m.. eenlng; prayer with, sermon by
Rev. P F. HalL
Organ recital. 7 JO p. m.
fcunday schools. 9 SO a. m. and S p. in.
elghbora and atrangera always welcome.
Seats lor all always.
NATIVITY-I SO. 10. U. . Confirmation
classes Monday. 3 30 and 7 30 p. m. A ser
lce for servers and lay readers Wednesday,
THE RESURRECTION. 3.15 and 4 p. m.
SECOND lUPTTsT CHURCH
TH ST. AND VIRGINIA AVE. 8. R.
Re. HOWARD L STEWART. Pastor.
At 11. "FNEUMATIC CHRISTIANS." and
7 IS. "EXCITING HONEYMOON EXPERt-
j hNCES." Violin selections, Mrs. Dasmar
service. Free pewa. Seata for 1.00O, A cor
dial Invitation to all. COME.
Second Church of Christ,
FIFTEENTH AND R STS N W
Services Sundci 11 a, m. and S p m.
1 Subject "LOVE "
Sunday school. 11 a. m, Wednesday even
ing mntlnr. o'clock.
I Public cordially Invited. Reading room and
1 loan library. SOI Colorado Building.
Grace Baptist ?b0nn.E-p",'
11 "The Sin of Neglect." Communion.
7 Ij ' Stories from Genesis First Worship."
E Hex Swem answers' "Can Christiana
Really Know That They Are Saved J" s p.
m. Swem's songs. 11 a. m.. preachings Cen
tennlal Uapt. Ch,..7th"& Eye n e.
("RACF ,UTH AND O STS N. W.
ljIrtV-C in3NRT H.'RANCK. Pastor.
9 30 a. m.. Sunday school: 11 a. m.. "Wboat
and Tares." t r. ".. "Lnvest TNi Me "
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