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'tyi4-i THE WASHINGTON TIMES: SATURDAY.' APRIL 7," 1917. V, &?? p"iT EASTER SERVICES WILL BE SOLEMN Advent of War Will Find Re flection in Added Spirituality. With the cloud of war stretching otw tha country, an unusual spirit of consecration Is expected to mark tha Easter services in Washington tomorrow. The anthems of "The Risen Lord" will be suns; as In former years, and tha familiar hymns and chants will be repeated, but the solemn advent of the nation into war will clothe them with a new spirituality. The principal musical service In most churches will be held in the morning, and nearly every choir In tha city "will be augmented by ad ditional voices. In several Instances i a special service In the evening will tW UKB WO Place Ol u uoua. !".'. Cnurcn or ue Ascension. At tha Church of the Ascension. Massachusetts avenue and Twelfth street northwest, special services will be held as follows, with the Rev. J Kenning Nelms. rector. Tresldlng. and the choir under the direction of Hamlin E. Cogswell, with Eulalie Buchanan at the organ. 7 a. m., holy communion. 8 a. m., holy communion. 11 a. m, morning prayer, holy com munion, and sermon, with the follow ing musical program: Processional .hymn, "Welcome, Happy Morning;" -Christ Our Passover" (Schilling), so loists, Mrs. Stahl, Miss Emig, and A. AV. Jett: "Gloria" (Schilling): "Festi val Te Deum" (Dudley Buck), solo ists, Miss Catherine McLearin, "Miss 3.1da Lea, A. W. Jett, and Francis L. Thompson; "Jubilate" (Schnecker), zonrano solo. Miss McLearen; Introit anthem. "Awake, My Glory" (Barn- by), to be sung by the children: "Kyrle;". "Gloria Tlbl:" sermon hymn, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today;" of fertory anthem, "Unfold Ye Portals Everlasting" (Gounod), soprano solo. Miss McLearen; second anthem, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" (Bodlne), soloists. Mies Elizabeth Dayton -and William Davis; "Sanc tus;" communion hymn, "Bread of the AVorld;" "Gloria In Excelsis" (old chant); "Nunc Dlmltls" (Simper), solo, Goodwin Williams; Recessional. At the evening service the choir will render the sacred cantata. "Vic tory Divine," by J. Christopher Marks. The solo parts will be taken by the Misses McLearen and Elizabeth Day ton, and Mrs. Stahl, soprano; A. W. Jett and William F. Davis, tenors; Goodwin Williams, Francis L. Thomp son, and L. E. Murray, basses. Mnth Street Christian Church. The program of Easter music at the Ninth Street Christian Church will be: Horning service, choir anthems, "Easter Triumph Song" GeIbel), "Hallelujah. Christ Is Risen" (Simper) ; soprano aolo, "I Know That My Redeemer LIv eth" (Handel), Mrs. George A. Miller. Evening service, choir anthems, "Whv Seek Ler (Simper). "Life's Glittering Mom" (Ashford) ; tenor solo.. "Chrst la Risen Today" (Blschoff). Ralrh Cady; violin solo, Walter Sllber. In cidental solos In -the anthems sung by Irs. T. R. Pirtle. Mrs. J. H. Gibson, ar.df iilss Estelle Wilde. Joseph Harrison, organist and director. First Prebterlan. At the First Presbyterian Church, John Marshall place, the Easter music will be as follows: 11 a. m.. organ prelude. T Know That My Redeemer Llveth" (Handel) ; processional. "Welcome, Happy Morn" (Sullivan) ; anthem, "Triumphant Strains Arise" (Chlpman). soloists. Miss Leckle. Dr. L. A. Sadler, and W. H. Power: offertory solo. "Hos anna" (Granler).Mlss Elizabeth Leckle: organ postlude, "Marche Pontlficale" (Lemmens). In the evening there will be a fifteen minute recital by Mrs. McCarver. vio linist; Miss Tennle Lucks, 'cellist, and Mrs. G. F. Schutt, organist, preceding the 8 o'clock service. The program will be: "Berceuse" (Ilyinskl) ; "Confi dence" (Mendelssohn) ; 'To Spring" (Grieg) ; Processional. "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" (Gauntlett) : anthem. "Why Seek the Living Among the Dead?" (Simper), solos by Miss Leckle and Roger J. Whiteford; "Kammenol Ostrow" (Rubinstein), violin, 'cello, and organ; anthem. "Christ Our Pass over" (Schilling), solos by Miss Icklc and Mr. Powers; offertory solo, "Christ Is Risen" (Brackett). Miss Elizabeth Leckle; organ postlude. "March He roique" (Maxson). liamllne 3Iethodlst Episcopal. The Easter music for the Hamllne M. E. Church: 11 a. m., opening an them, "He Is Risen' (AtwaXer); an them, "God Hath Sent His Angels" (Berwald); incidental solo, Mrs. Humphrey: offertory duet, "The Con nueror" (Coombs), Miss Greene, Mrs. Humphrey: organ numbers, "Resur rection Morn" (Johnston), and "Paean" (Matthews). A musical half hour will be given at the 8 o'clock service In the evening. Anthem, "Shout. Ye High Heavens" (Chad wick), violin solo, "Meditation, from "Thais" (Massenet), Miss Helen Dodge: anthem, "Hosanna" CJranier); incidental solo, Mr. Schaeffer: solo, "Life Over Death Is King" (Loud). Mr. Lewis; anthem, "O, King Im mortal" (Brackett), with violin obli gate: organ numbers, "Gavotte Mod erne" (Lenare), and "Song of Tri umph" (Burgess). The choir Is com posed of Miss Marian Greene, so prano; Mrs. John Humphrey, con tralto; Clarence Lewis, tenor: Fred Schaeffer. bass, with Miss Edith B. Athey, organist and director. Washington Heights Presbyterian. Tile Easter music at the Washing ton Heights Presbyterian Church will be : Organ prelude, "Easter Morn" (Mailing); "Festival Te Deum" In E flat (Buck); "Hosanna" (Granter) Adolf Werner, tenor, and quartet; re-J sponse, "Risen Lord, We Bow Before Thee" (Van Woert); offertory, "Christ, Our Passover" (Bartlett): aoprano solo, "The Resurrection" (Shelley), Mrs. Agnes Bode; postlude. "Hosanna" (Wachs). Evening service- Organ prelude, "An April Song" (Huntington Woodman); quartet, "Awake Tbou That Sleepest" (Maker); response, "Grant Us Thy Peace" (Wodell); offertory, "They Have Taken Away My Lord" (Har rington) with incidental solos by Mrs. Bode, Miss Moran, and Mr. Cal low; postlude, "Concern Overture," C minor (HoIIIns). The members of the choir are Mrs. Agnes Bode, soprano; Miss Nelllu aioran, contralto Adolf Werner, tenor; Edwin CaUow, bass, with Mrs. Charles Brooks Smith, organist, and director. At "Old St. raul's." Tha music at "Old St. Paul's" Church, Rock Creek parish, under the direction of James W. Cheney, organ ist and choir director, will be as fol lows: Morning service, 11 a. m.: Opening anthem, "Jesus Lives" (Chal llnor); anthem, "Christ Our Pass over" (Schilling); "Te Deum Lauda mus" in C (Salter); "Jubilate Deo" in F (Holden); Introit anthem. "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today" (Wlegand); offertory anthem, "The Resurrec tioin" (Shelley). At the 4 o'clock service will be sung: "Magnificat and Nunc Dlmlttis" (Clare): offertory an them. "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing" (Ambrose). Double quartet vested choir: Miss Ancella B. Flsner and Miss Ida F. O'Neal, sopranos; Mrs. Charles H. Parkman and Mrs. Charlotte G. Llppltt, altos; H. Tudor Morsell and John W. Swltzer, tenors; George F. D. Rollings and John W. Jones, basses. The three Sunday schools of the parish will hold their annual Easter festival at the parish chuvh at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, assisted by the choir. The Rev. Charles E Buck, rector, now away on sick leave, will be represented by the Rev. George F. Degan, acting rector.. St. Paul's Lutheran. At SL Paul's Lutheran Church, Eleventh and H streets, the Easter morning music, at the 11 o'clock ser vice, will be a special feature. An as sisting quartet will augment the reg ular choir, and the following program will be given: Processional, "The Earth Hath Donned Its Garments Green" (Shelley); anthem, "Awake Thou Tha"t Sleepest" (Maker); duet for soprano and tenor, "Lift Your alad Voices" (Schnecker); anthem, "Awak'e My Glory" (Harken); con tralto solo, "The Prayer Perfect," a new setting by Stenson of the James Whltcomb Riley poem; anthem, "The Day of Resurrection" (Spence): re cesslonal, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Alleluia." The solo parts will be taken by the regular quartet, Mrs. Gottsman, Mrs. Brylawskl, Mr. Gilder and Mr. Roberts, under the direction of Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly, organist. St. Peter's Catholic Church. At St, Peter's Catholic Church, Sec ond and C streets southeast, solemn high mass will be' celebrated at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev. James A. Weed enham, with Mgr. O'Brien as deacon, and the Rev. Stephen T. Morris as subdeacon. Mgr. O'Brien will preach the sermon. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Hattle Ritchie Trescott, with Miss Catherine McKenna, organist, will render the following program: "vldl Aquam" (Kempter); Haydn's "Imperial Mass" No. 3; "Venl Cre ator" (Mozart); offertory. "Reglna Coell" (Benedict). After the mass will be sung "Unfold Ye Portals" (Gounod). Vesper service will be held at 4 o'clock, when Mercandante's "Vespers and Magnificat" will be sung, also Reglna Coell" (Benedict); "O Sa- lutarls" (Howard), and "Tantum Ergo" (Abt). The choir consists of the following: Sopranos, Misses Ryan, McCormlck, Cotter, Gebhardt, Mesdames Tatler, and Prescott; altos, Mesdames Golden, Cragg, and Smith; tenors, Messrs. Beavans and Orange; basser, Messrs. Tatler, Connor, Dev reaux, and Dorsey. Kendall Baptist. The music tomorrow at the Ken dall Baptist Church, Ninth and "B streets southwest, under the direc tion of Mrs. Isabel Garvin Shelley, with Mrs. Hunter D. Watkins at the organ, will Include: Morning ser vice, organ prelude, "Fantaisle-Im-promptu," Op. 68" (Chopin): anthem, "As It Began to Dawn" (Martin), Incidental tenor solo by H. H. Lorle berg; offertory, violin solo, "Air for G String" (Bach), E. Ladovlch; so prano solo, "I Know That My Re deemer Liveth," from "The Messiah" (Handel). Mrs. Shelley: anthem. "Awake. Thou That Sleepest" (Stain er); "Postlude" In G (Mendelssohn). Evening service Prelude. "Sextette From Lucia" (Donizetti); anthem, "Rejoice and Sing" (Jordan-de Vere), Incidental solos. M. Lipscomb, G. Cle land, Luclle Wilber. and Esther Faunce; offertory, violin solo. "Le gende" (WIenlawskI). E. Ladovlch; anthem. "Christ Is Risen" (Mlnshall): postlude, "Movement de Marche" (Battman). Xatlvlty and neeurrertlon. The Easter services of the Church of the Nativity and Resurrection, Protestant Episcopal, will be as fol lows: At 0 a. m.. Holy Communion will be celebrated at the Resurrection chapel and Easter carols will be sung. At the Nativity, second celebration at 7:30 a. m'., with music; at 0:30 the children's Easter carol service will be held: at 11 a. m.. Matins, third cele bration and sermon, with full musical service led and sung by the vested choir of men, women, and boys. The music will Include the following: Hymns. "Welcome, Happy Morn:" "Come, Ye Faithful:" "The Strife Is O'er:" "Jesus Christ Is Rlen Today:" "Christ Our Passover" (Crotch): "Te Deum 1-audamus" (Tours): "Jubilate Deo" (Woodward); offertory anthem, "The Lord Is My Strength" (Henry Smart); "Sanctus" in A (Stainer): Communion hymn, "O Lamb of God" (Gounod). At 8 p. m. Choral service, "Festal;" "Magnificat and Nunc Dlmlttis" (Clare); offertory anthem, "Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead?" (Clare). Personnel of the choir: Sopranos, boys, Laurence Hell, George Bragu nler, Weeley Boteler, Ellwood Camp bell, Wilson Cooper, George Garland, Olln McDowell, Frederick Madison. George Madison. Audlan Paxson. Clar ence l'ote, 1-ouls w eaver, Warren Crump, Robert Gates, Harold Harri son. George Humphries, Wallace Johnson. Lloyd Johnson, I,ewls Paul, Edwin Rees. Frederick Sparrow. Ber nard Weaver. Maynard Harrison, and Charles Tlederoan (librarian). Wo men, Mr. C. C. Gove, Mrs. Harry Milne, Mrs. J. W. Baker, Misses Ma mie Paulus, Pearl Colerlder, Rosle Fry, Bessie Clark, lrma Fletcher, Thelma Pitcher, Leonore RIston, Lou isa Arnold, and Eugenia Lemat. Altos, Mrs. Lee Sanford, Mrs. Farmer, Misses Jessie Gibbons, Helen Powell, and Dorothy Johnson. Tenors, Ralph Unman, George Stephens, Frederick Madison, and Irvln Grey. Basses, W. W. Mundell, L. H. Johnson, Ernest Rick, and John C. Galther. Organist and choirmaster, S. Percy Mlnnick. The Easter baptisms will be cele brated at the Nativity, at 4 p. in., and at the Resurrection at 4 p. m. Church of the Covenant. At the Church of the Covenant to morrow afternoon special music will be given by the Triple Uuartet. this h.lni th alyfiiHnfh .n(,1 in,i.l..M service of this organization, and lnlBrlirht" f(.elhel). ihnrn' the evening tha Evening Choir of1 100 voices, with double quartet and four additional soloists, will give Its thirty-fourth special musical service. Both choirs will render Easter music under the direction of Sydney Lloyd Wrightson, with Harvey Murray at the organ. The musical programs will be: Afternoon, sixteenth special musical service: "Angels of Eastertide" (Gel bel). Incidental solos. Miss Jacobs and Mr. Backing; tenor solo, "My Hope Is in the Everlasting." from "The Daugh ter of Jairus" (Stainer). Mr. Backing; "O Swing the Gates Wide Open" (Ber wald). Incidental solo, Mr. Backing; "I Heard a Great Voice as of a Trumpet" (Bartlett). incidental solos. Mr. Backing and Mr. Humphrey ; "Wake With Songa of Gladness" (Tyler). Evening, thirty-fourth special musical service: Organ prelude. "Cujus Anl- man" (Rossini) ; "As It Becan to. Dawn" (MarUn), incidental solo. Miss Craig; soprano solo. "Hosanna" (Gran icr). Miss Craig; "Unfold Ye Portal Everlasting." from "The Redemption" (Gounod) ; "Awake Thou That Sleepest" from "Daughter of Jairus" (Stainer) : "Hallelujah Chorus," from "The MesT slah" (Handel) ; "Sevenfold Amon" (Stainer) ; organ postlude, "March Heroique" (Masson). Metropolitan Baptist. At the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Sixth and A streets northeast, the Rev. John Compton Ball, pastor, the services with special music will bo as follows: Morning service, 11 o'clock: Anthem, "Christ Our Pasajver" (Shepperd), Mrs. Milton It Prosper!. Gilbert C. Clark, td choir; anthem, "Darkly Rose the Guilty Morn" (Buck), Mrs. J. Lester Brooks and choir; anthem. "Angels Roll the Rock Awav" fHnliVnt M Gilbert A. Clark, Dr. W. Bruce Hoof- nagie. jura. J. Lester Brpoks, tlss tmrna GUschewsky and choir; solo. v-jirw. me uora js Kiaen Todnv" rnia. croft). Mrs. Gilbert A. Clarv- nih.n, vny tees ve the Living Among (he "; I warren). Mlas Ethel Cain. vay and choir. Evening service. 7:15 o'clock: Anthem. '3rist ur PM"V" (Schilling). Mrs. Milton IL ProsDerl. Mr. mihert a v-iarn, iiarom King, and choir: tenor soio, me Resurrection" (Shelley), Dr. W. Bruce Hoofnagle; duet. "Hcsanna" (Granier). Miss Ethel Callaw and Har old King; anthem. "O Lord I Come" (Braga). Mrs. J. Lester Brooks and choir, with violin obllrato by Cl.rl. Melnlnger. The choir is under 'the di rection or Gilbert A. Clark, with Miss Jessie Callaway at the organ. Trinity Episcopal. The music at Trinity Episcopal Church will consist of "Te Deum" In B fiat (Stanford); communion ser vice in C (Tours), and "Christ Is Risen" (Gadsby), for the 11 a. in. service. At the evening service will be sung "Magnificat" and "Nunc Dl roittia" in B flat (Stanford)., and "Very Early In the Morning" (Park er). At 7:30 p. m., as is his custom, Oscar Franklin Comstock will give a half-hour organ recital, giving as his program "Festival March" (Foote); "Pastorale" (MacMastef): "Risoluto" (Parker): "Fantasy Fugue" on the Easter Alleluia (DIttrich), and postlude in D (Smart). New York Avenue Church. Music at the New York Avenue Church will be as follows: At 0:30 a. m., Bible school praise, with piano, violin, and 'cello, and chorus of thirty-five voices; 11 a. m. service, "When the Sabbath Was Past" (Fos ter): "Violin Melody" (Rammentlnl); "Ring Out, Glad Bells" (Bartlett). At S p. m., Merkell's "Easter March, "Break Forth Into Joy" (Barnby), "Angels Roll the Rock Away" (Haw ley), "God Hath Appointed" (Tours). "The Lord Is Risen" (Billings), and "Vital Spark of Heavenly Flame" (Harwood). with old-fashioned hymns from Father Kemp's music. All Souls' Church. At All Souls Church Miss Mary Jacobs, who Is the temporary con tralto, soloist of the Church of the Covenant, will sing at the morning service "7he Lord Is My Light," by Allltsen, and "Hosanna," by Granier. At St. narnafaas Charch. ongregaiional singing will be a part of the Easter service at St. Bar nabas' Episcopal Church. In Langdon, tomorrow The Rev. Mr. Fletcher, of Brookland, wll celebrate communion and dedicate a memorial at the 9:30 o'clock service. II. M. Smith, the lay reader, who has been at Ht. Barnabas' since January, will assist. The Sun day school will meet at 3 o'clock. A program of Easter hymns will given. be At St. .John's. The celebration of the Easter fes tival at old St. John's Church will Include three services. The first cel ebration of the holy communion will be at 7:30 o'clock In the morning, with a short address by the rector, the Rev. Roland Cotton Smith. The second service will consist of morn ing prayer, second celebration of the holy communion, with a sermon by the rector, assisted by the Rev. Ed ward S. Dunlap and the nev. rr. George Williamson Smith. The third service will take piece In the after noon at 4 -IB. and will be the nana) Easter festival of the Sunday school, consisting of carols and other selec tions appropriate to the day. The Rev. Dr. Smith and the Rev. Mr. Dunlap will make addresses to the children at this service and the rec tor will present to, each child an EasteV plant. The music at these services will be rendered by the remilar vested choir of men and boys under the dl rection or the choirmaster of the parish, Henry H. Freeman, and will include the following special nu in ner: a setting of the Holy Com nlon In F major, by Saxby: Te Deum In C. by Hall; 'Thrlst Our Passover." by Chandler; Jubilate Deo In B flat, by Noble; Introit anthem. "And Be hold There Was a Great Earthquake," by Evans; offertory anthem, "The Rlen Christ," by Noble; special pro cessional, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," by Bodlne. The special solo parts will be sung by Masters Mllo Atkinson and Rich ard Allen, soprano solo boys, and Paul Bleyden, tenor, and Arthur Chester Gorbach, bass. Holy Name Church. At the services at Holy Name Church the various choirs, under the direction of Miss Anna Doyle, will render appropriate music. At the 0 o'clock mass the Junior choir, accom panied by Miss Marie R. Melllng, will lng as follows: "Why Walt Ye Jierer' (Lowaen), chorus ftff.rlft.v Reglna Coell." solo and chorus: "Christ is Risen from tho Dead" 1 (I)anks), chorus: solo. "ResurreYlt cicut Dixit." adapted to Mendels- xitin'a "Spring Hong," "A Glory At the aoiemn high mass at 00:80 ' o'clock tha senior choir, accompanied .by Mrs. Charles Hughes, will sing Farmer's mass In B flat, with "Reglna Coell" (Glorza) at the offertory. Be fore mass the "Vldl Aquam" (Luc chesl) will be sung. In tha evening at 7:30 o'clock tha male choir, under tha direction of James, Duncan, will sing Steam's vespers. At St. Patrick's. The processional at SL Patrick's to morrow will b 'Unfold, Ye Portals." The introit will be Gregorian, by the sanctuary choir. Tha remaining part of the program will be as follows: Kyrle and Gloria, mixed choir: Graduale, Alleluia, and the Sequence will be Gregorian; Venl Creator, sanc tuary choir; Credo, from Haydn's First Mass, mixed choir; offertory, Gregorian, by sanctuary choir; of fertory motet, Reglna Coell, by Schmall, by both choirs; Sanctus and Benedictus, Agnus Del, from Haydn's Third Mass, by mixed choir; communion, Gret orian, by the sanc tuary choir; the march at the .end of the mass will be by the organ and or chestra. First Congregational. William Stansfleld, organist and choir director of tha First Congre gational Church, has arranged the following musical program: 11 a. m. Organ prelude, "Spring Song" (Mac farlane): anthem, "As It Began to Dawn" (Martin); anthem, "Tfte Resur rection" (Shelley); anthem, "Hallelu jah Chorus" ("The Messiah") (Han del): organ postlude, march In F (Mendelssohn). 7:30 p. m. Organ prelude, "Resurrection Morn" (John ston j; nnaie aympnony No. 1 in D (Vierne): tenor, recit. "Ha Was Cut Off;" aria, "But Thou Didst Not Leave" ("The Messiah") (Handel); chorus, "Unfold. Ye Portals" ("The Redemption") (Gounod); anthem, "Be- noia, re Desplsers" (Parker); organ postlude, offertolre for Easter day (Batiste). St. Andrews Episcopal, At St. Andrew's Protestant Episco pal Church tha program of Easter music, to be given at the 11 o'clock service, will be: "Christ our Pass over" (Schlllng). "Festival Te Deum," In E flat (Buck), "Jubllate'"E flat (Buck)' offertory anthem, "As It Began To Dawn" (Vincent). Soloists, Miss Ethel Miner, soprano; Miss Marie Koontz, contralto; E. Taylor Chewnlng. tenor; Harry M. Forker, bass, with R. C. Balinger. dlreptor, and E. G. Balinger, organist. North Capitol SI. E. Easter music service of the The North Capitol M. E. Church will mark the dedication of the newly' Installed pipe organ, an Instrument of great power and beauty. William K. Cohen, for many years organist and director of Foundry and Trinity M. E. Churches, has been appointed to tin me same position at this church. Mr. Cohan wll have the assistance of a chorus choir of thirty voices. EASTER AT THE Y. W. C. A. In conjunction with the usual Sun day services at the Y. W. C. A, there win De special Easter services. The Bible class will meet at 4 o'clock and will be taught by Mrs. Mary C Stevens. Miss Margaretta Campbell will read, and Mrs. Agnes Nelson Lamb will tell Easter stories. "The Easter Story In Art" will be the sub ject of a talk by Miss Alice Hutchlns Drake at S o'clock? The acaualntance hour and tea win be at 0:30 o'clock. DOUGLAS MEMORIAL. An Easter sermon on "Tha Risen Christ" will ba preached by tba Rev. Dr. C. C. McLean at the Douglas Me morial M. E. Church. Eleventh and H streets northeast, on Sunday evening. Services will begin at 7:30 o'clock. At both morning and evening services there will be special music by the augmented choir. TO MAKE EA8TER ADDRESS. Justice Slddons. of the District Su preme Court, will deliver an address at Easter exercises to be held to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Twelfth street branch of the Young Men's Christian Association. The ex ercises will be under the Joint au spices of tha Y. M. C A. and the Y. W. C. A. Stereoptlcan views of modern Palestine will be shown. F. n. Wil liams and Leonard Butler will sing. REVIVAL 8ERVICES END. The revival services which have ben In progress at Shlloh Baptist Church for four weeks, closed lost night, more than sixty persons hav ing professed faith In Christ. A large number of these have been received by the church, and will be baptized by Rev. Dr. Waldron at tho close of the sermon tomorrow morning. At night thoso converted In the revival will Join tho church In a "thanksgiv ing service" in memory of the Resur rection. REV. 8WEM AWAY. The Rev. E. Hex Bwem, pastor of the Centennial Haptlst Church, Seventh and I streets northeast. Is conducting revival services at Front Royal, Va. His pulpit will be occupied tomorrow by Charles J. Sheets, who will preach on "Our Resources" at 11 a. m., and at R p m. will tell about "Two Women With Rolled Eggs and Melted Butter." PIMPLY y Wi:LL, DON'T BE! People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply face will not emb'arrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to dear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, the bowels and the liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel there's never any sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good'' feeling, constipation, torpia liver, oaa disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are, a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa- ':.,.' .m:.j ..fLu f:.. A t,,.t 1 , i j ii -i- uil. -.. ... fOmp'3'"". 3A PIive T?b,etS are the immensely etlective result. Take one or two niRhtly for a week. lDgyidiScSH: box, .UUlruggist, see now mucn better you teei ami iook. MASS TO BEHELD BYPAPALDELEGATE i Right Rev. John Bonzano to Pontificate Easter Sunday at Holy Trinity Church. With the Right Rev. John Bonzano, the apostolic delegate serving as pontificate .at the high mass .at 11 o'clock, and present ak a reception In the evening to the Holy Name So ciety, Easter services at Holy Trinity Church tomorrow are expected to be more elaborate than ever before, The papal delegate and officers of the mass will leave tha rectory at 10:45 o'clock, and march to the church through a double line of men of the Holy Name Society, acting a a guard of honor. Archbishop Bon zano will be attended by Mgr. Cosslo, auditor of the papal legation; the Rev. J. P. Florrish, of New York, and the Rev. Eugene DeL. McDonnell, S. J., pastor of Holy Trinity Church, as deacons of honor. , Officers ot the mass will ba tha Rev. A. J. Donlon, S. J., president of Georgetown University, celebrant; the Rev. William Storck, S. J., and tha Rev. M. J. O'Connor, S. J., dea cons, and the Rev. Joseph Kuhn, master of ceremonies. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Thomas F. Graham. S. J., president of ten rosa College, of Jersey 'City. The music will be Gounod's twelfth mass, sung by tha surpllced choir under the. leadership of Prof. Ernest Behm, The Holy Name Society will re ceive communion In a body at 8 o'olock mass, and at 7:30 in the even ing the admission of new members to the organlzaUon and the reception to Archbishop Bonzano will ' take place. The sermon at this service win be y the Rev. Aloyslua urosnan, S. X, of tha faculty of Georgetown College. . . John Hadley Doyle, president of the Holy Name Society of Washing' ton and Eastern Virginia, Is assist' Ing the priests of the church in ar ranging for the Easter services. HEBREWS OBSERVING FEAS Liberation of Race In Russia Adds Significance to Passover. The, "Feast of the Pesach" was ushered In by Washington Hebrews at 6:30 o'clock last night. The pass over will ba celebrated for a week by reformed Hebrews and for eight days by the orthodox. It was mora than 3.300 year ago that Moses led the Children of Israel to liberty, and within tha last year Russia, the land which has been par ticularly oppressive In its treatment of the race, has given them similar freedom a-d liberty. For this rea son, observance of the festival will be particularly significant. With this In mind, WashJngton,He brew's began the celebration last night with especial ferver. Services were held In the Eighth Street Temple and similar services, confined to the ritual, in the Adas israei synogogue by Rabbis Gross man ana bherferman and at the Ahov Sholom.- Synagogue. Fifth and I streets northwest, by Rabbi Abram son. Services also were held at 10 o'clock this morning In all the syna gogues of the Capital. , TO USE JEWELED CUP St. John's Communicant Will Drink From Davis Chalice. Carefully protected, the S 10,000 golden. Jewel-studded Davis cup. given to St. John's Church as a com munion chalice by the late Mrs. Ban croft Davis as a memorial to her dead husband, will be used for tie second tima at tha Impressive mmmunlon services tomorrow. On only two occasions during the year, tomorrow and Christmas, is It planned to use the cue. The cup was first used at the celebration nt the one hundredth anniversary ot the founding of the church. January 14. The Rev Roland Cotton Smith, as- ' " I ggase Hft " ' 1 41if tim tils ?vSsi?SWH sBl P .sBUy' A Regular tsSpHlaH HP mv Three-Passenger RoadsterJijyB H .tHil More snap, more room, more comfort, fi$.gg6T.'M EttgtjMn than you would ever expect to find in a rauB HHHroi car of moderate price. 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Special Easter services will ba held at the Young Women's Christian As sociation tomorrow, the educational committee being in charge. Tha regu lar Bible class at 4 o'clock will be taught by Mrs. Mary C. Stevens. Fol lowing the class Miss Margaratta Camnh1l win i...a k. ., .-- . ..... i,.u ujo- fiuKias v i.aster carols in ih nsrin,- n mitt j. jveeney will read and Mrs. Agnes '" e. .. .wimiv; twite. MUs Campbell will also sing. At 0 o clock Miss Alice Hutchlns Drake Will lOMlr ny il,. T--... o.-m ... Art," and the acquaintance hour and c win iouow at 0:30. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. At the Second Baptist Church spe cial T!aatj, iihI... iii i.- ....,. .- ffiorrow morning at 11, and tha pastor. .w .. uwira i. oiewari. win nave as his ton!, "rt,A ai.ii.. A t.. e..t m At 7:45 he will give tba second ser-J xnon in the ! n M.nn i7.nt.Mi the special topic being "A Handsome. " - flumoer win pe baptised at each service. Dr. Troy will hold his weekly Bible study class Wednesday evening at 6:45, Instead of In tha afternoon, as formerly. RESURRECTION HI8 TOPIC 'The Power of Christ's Resurrection." will be the subject of tha morning ser mon by tho Rev. Preston A. Cave at Oie Eighth Street Chrlatlan Church. Sixth and H streets southwest, tomor row. In the evening he will speak on "Seeking the Things Above." A union Easter service will ba held at this church at 1:30 o'clock In the aft ernoon, when all tha Women's Mission ary Societies of the Christian Churches of 'Washington will be represented. Tha public Is Invited to all meetings. EASTER MU8ICAL PROGRAM. Tha elaborate musical program ar ranged for Easter Sunday at the Ninth Street Christian Church, Ninth and D streets northeast, will be un der tba direction of Prof. Joseph Harrison. In the morning a decision service will be held, with a sermon by tha pastor, the Rev. George A. Miller. The evening service will In clude Easter music and a sermon eta the "Three Wonderful 8cene." TRINITY CHURCH SERVICES. At Trinity Church. Third" and' C streets northwest, the Rev. G. W. Van Fossen. rector, there will be a sne clal Easter service for "the Sunday school at 4 p. m. Special carols will be sung by the children. The other services will be holy communion at 7:30, holy communion and sermon at 11, evening prayer and. sermon at 8, There will be a special musical pro gram. DR. COLE TO LECTURE. An address on "Why Peace Move ments Have Failed" will be given by Dr. Hills Cole, of New York, under auspices of the Banal Assembly of Washington, In Studio-Hall, 12J9 Con necticut avenue, tomorrow evening at 8:15 o clock. SERVICE FOR THE0S0PHIST8. A special faster service will babeld tomorrow evening in Tbeosophlcal Hall, 1316 H street northwest, under the auspices of the Order of the Star In the East. The principal address, by James W. McGuIre. will be on the subject of "What Easter Means to Theosophlsts." TO TELL OF REFORMATION. The Rev. Walter F. Smith, pastor of the Whitney Avenue Christian Church, will preach a special Easter sermon tomorrow morning and will use "The Spread of the Preformation" for the topic of the evening service. Special music will be rendered at both services. EASTER SERYICE TO BEfiffl AT SUNRISE Prayer "to Be' Held at Fourth Presbyterian Church at 7 ' Tomorrow. Easter services la the Fourth Pres byterian Church, Thirteenth and' Fair mont streets northwest, will begin, at 7 o'clock with, a sunrise prayer'mest Ing especially for young people. " Easter exercises by the Sunday school will begin at 8:30 a'clock and at the 11 o'clock service the Rev; Dr. Joseph T. Kelly will deliver a sermon on "Victory." - At 3 o'clock the Junior Christian Endeavor will give a program, and "The Significance of Easter" will "be discussed by the Christian Endeavor Society at 7 o'clock. 3diia Vera EUatt leading. Ycfung people of the church will have charge of the principal evening service, which will Include a musical program arranged by Homer Edsoo. Monday evening a cottage prayer meeting will ba held at tha home of Dr. and Mrs. Swain, 1334 Fairmont street northwest. The Ladles' Aid Society will meet In tha church annex Tuesday morning atll o'clock to saw. Lunch will ba served. The Fourth Church will have charge of. tho Wed nesday evening prayer meeting at the Presbyterian Horns. SCIENCE SERVICES Lesson-Sermon on "Unreality," and Lecture at Poll's. In the Christian Science churches tomorrow morning and evenlng.tho subject of tha lesson-sermon tcr'lkm read will be "Unreality." The regular midweek meeting, at Which- testi monies of healing are given, will ba on Wednesday evening. This evening a lecture on Christian Science will be delivered at tha In gram Memorial Church. Tenth street and Massachusetts avenue. northeast. by Charles I. Ohrensteln. C, S. B-. a l-member of the board of lectureship or ine mower cnurcn -in liosionr un der the auspices of the Second Church of Christ, Scientist. Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o clock, Mr. Ohrensteln will lecture off the same subject at Poll's Theater under tha auspices, of the two local Chris tian Science churches. Tha First Church, announce tha' opening of a newreadlng room at Columbia and, Adams Mill roads Iw tha Northwest Savings Bank "build ing. Tha Central reading- room In the Colorado building will sot ba opes tomorrow afternon. PATRIOTIC SERVICED - Tomorrow will be patriotic day, at Bethany Baptist' Church, Rhode Island avenue and Second street northwest. At the morning service Dr. IL. T. Stevenson will speak on "The 'Mes sage of Victory," combining as much as possible the spirit of Easter with the present war conditions in all parts of the world. In tne evening Dr. Stevenson will preach on "Enlistlny Recruits,"- set ting forth the nwwly -f v'rotng to the aid of the 'nation at this time. SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM. The vested choir ot Trinity Prot-- stant Episcopal Church, ot Takoma -parish, will give a special musical program tomorrow at tha II o clock service. Mrs. Ivy Herrlott Shade will sing Graniers "Hosanna" as tha offertory. IL D. Lawson Is director of the choir and Miss Elsie Beck' IS organist. The morning service will Include communion, and the pastor, tha Rev. F. W. Smith, will preach. CONCERT BY PRIZE QUARTET. The Orpheus Four, official male Quar tet of the Orpheus Club of California, which won the S3.000 prise for mala chorus at the Panama-Pacific" Exposi tion, win give a concert Wednesday eve ning, at the Petworth M. B. Church. Grant Circle, under auspices of the Pat- worth Woman's Club.