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THE WASHINGTON HERALD; SUNDAY,. NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
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I MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
The Friday Horning Club devoted the
hour for the morning of November 15 to a
programme of the works of the late r.
Coleridge-Taylor. Coleridge-Taylor, born
In 1875, was of Anglo-African birth, his
father of full African blood, his mother
an English woman. One of the leading
composers of England, his works include
symphonies, chorals, chamber music, con
certos, anthems, ana songs.
The programme last Friday morning
waa as follows:
Biographical sketch of the composer.
Mrs. piam Suite for violin and piano,
op. S. 3?astorale," "Cavatlna." "Barca
rolle," "Contemplation." Mlas Allen and
Mrs. True: Fairy ballads, "The "Lady
Moon," "The Stars," and "Sweet Baby
Butterfly," Mrs. Gawler: Scenes from an
Imaginary ballet. Molto vriace. Allegretto,
Tempo dl Mlnuetto, Andantlno, Vlvacls-
slmo. Miss Munford; songs from "Mi
watha" (with piano and string aecom
panlment), "Spring Had Come With All
Its Splendor." Mrs. Gawler; -onawayi
Awake. Beloved.1" Mr. Glider. Strings,
Miss Allen. Mrs. Dulln, Miss SewalU Mr.
Lent. Piano, Mrs. True.
The suite for piano. "The Imaginary
Ballet." and the excerpt, "Spring Had
Come With All Its Splendor," from "Hia
watha." are rich In beautiful themes,
well denned ,wtth directness and clarity.
The Friday Morning Club has Just re
organized Its chorus, limited to forty
members. Mr. Helnrich Hammer has
been engaged as conductor. The mem
bers of the chorus expect to give on De
cember M. a cantata by Miss Harriet
Ware, one of America's foremost com
posers. Miss Ware Is gifted In many
ways, being a rare pianist, having a
beautiful and well cultivated voice, and
a gracious and pleasing personality. The
Friday Morning Club is pleased at the
prospect of having Miss Ware as a guest
of the club on the morning of Decem
ber . when she will play some of her
The first afternoon concert of the Rub
instein Club will be given In the ball
room of the Raleigh Hotel, December 4.
at 4 JO o'clock. On account of the un
precedented list of sustaining membership
and large body of active and honorary
members entitled to the privileges of
admission, no outside complimentary
tickets will be Issued.
Harriet Ware, so well known for her
exquisitely dainty songs, will come over
from New York in December to attend a
rehearsal of the club, with the intention
of writing a musical number especially
adapted to the particular qualifications
of the club.
The New York Philharmonic Orchestra
111 give the first of a series of three con
certs at the National Theater. Novem
ber IS, under the local management of T.
Arthur Smith, when the famous Russian
iollnl5t, Mlscha Elman, will be the solo
Mr Elman returns to this country after
an absence of a jcar. during which time
he toured his native country. It Is not
surprising to hear that at those concerts
In New York in -which he appeared this
season, people crowded In such great
numbers to hear him that many were
Elman Mas a marvel of technical bril
liance and of beautiful tone production
when he was heard here on former oc
casions, he returns now, greatly matured.
He takes his place among a small group
of the greatest of living iollnlsts.
Mlscha Elman is a Russian, and a musi
cal prodlgl He began the study of the
violin at the age of four and played in
concert at five. Ho Is a pupil of the emi
nent Auer, who was tery glad, after
hearing the boy play, to get him to come
to him free of charge. Elman first ap
peared In public In St. Petersburg In 1994,
and In a subsequent tour of Europe he
created a furore.
Miss Mar Crjder Is to be congratulated
upon securing for the first of the sub
scription concerts under her management
that famous dinccr, Adeline Genee. who
will give Washington music lovers an
other opportunity of witnessing her Inter
pretation of ballet music
Mile. Genee will appear at the Columbia
Theater next Friday afternoon, at 4 JO
o'clock She will bring her own com
part, her scenery and orchestra The
dance production, on ery elaborate lines,
is her own Invention This wonderful
dancer will include In her novelties, a
beautiful eighteenth century ballet, en
titled "La Camargo," In the production of
which she will be supported by a com
pany of eight dancers.
Mme. Frances Alda. of the Metropoli
tan Opera Compan. will appear In re
cital at the Columbia Theater. Friday
afternoon, November 23, at 4 JO o clock,
assisted by Andre Benolst, pianist.
Coming from far-away Australia, this
prima donna soprano. Journeyed to Eu
rope to commence serious study for the
operatic stage. After three J ears of stren
uous study In Paris, she was chosen In
1904 by Massenet himself to sing the title
role In his opera of "llanon," at the
Opera Comique Since that time her rise
to fame has been rapid
Mme. Alda possesses a lyric soprano
olce of exceptional beauty and timbre.
She appeared In. grand opera in Paris
three jean prior to her engagement wltn
the Metropolitan Opera Companj. of New
York. She has won many successes In
numerous roles, not alone with the New
York Companyr-but with the Boston, Chi
cago, and Montreal organizations
One of the most enjoyable musical
events of the season will be the perform
ance at the Belagco Theater Friday aft
ernoon, November 29, at 3 20 o'clock, ot
the opera, "Elijah, under the local man
agement of Mrs Wilson-Greene
Under the management of the Majestic
Grand Opera Company, Incorporated,
Mendelssohn's "Elijah" In .operatic form
was first presented professionally In
England by the Moody-Manners Opera
Company, with universal success. The
first American production has been made
on an 'elaborate scale under the direc
tion of Theodore H Bauer, who is the
general manager oi mis organization.
As New York representative of "the Bos
ton Opera Company, Mr Bauer's facili
ties and experience in musical affairs
has brought about an all-star grand
opera cast, for the tour of "Elijah." that
Is unsurpassed by any traveling operatic
company. The religious feeling for which
Mendelssohn's "Elijah" is world famous
will be Increased by dramatic methods.
The company will Include over 100 peo
ple, with a full symphony orchestra con
ducted by Arturo BovL who was espe
cially engaged in Havana, large chorus,
and new costumes.
The artistic success ot an enterprise
so Important as the first American pro
duction of Mendelssohn s Elijah In
grand opera, is due to the Ideals of Theo
dore H. Bauer. He has entered the field
of operatic productions, with the advan
tage of a wide experience with musical
artists. The MaJestliTGrand Opera Com
canv Is the expression of his faith In
line tremendous following to be found In
America, for good music The expense
of taking the well-known singers, long
distances across country has bern nrn.
hlbltlve, 'and yet, the smaller cities of
the United States represent, .he believes;
the mot discriminating musical audi
ences. The Majestic Grand Opera Com
pany was formed In New York to test
the possiDUity or giving, on an elaborate
scale, grand opera performances from
coast to coast. It Is an ldea. which. If
well done, becomes a delight to audi
ences who are Isolated frorS the great
musical centers, and should have the
enthusiastic and tangible support of peo
ple, to whom music la an education and
a pleasure. .
Miss Clarine ilcCarty gave & most en
joyable plaao recital last Wednesday at
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the National School of Domestlo Arts
and Sciences. Her programme was as
follows: Paplllons. "Butterflies" (Schu
mann): An den Fronting "To Spring,"
Vogleln. "The Little Bird." and Hoch-
zeittsag auf Troldhaugen, "Wedding
Day" (Grieg): "Reverie du Solr" and
"Arabesque" In G (Debussy); "Valse de
Concert" (Wlenlawskl) ; sextet from
'Lucia dl Lammermoor" (LeschetlzkO,
arranged for left hand; "Sonetto del Pe-
traca" and "Polonaise," E minor (Liszt).
The regular meeting of the Students
Club of the Washington College of Mu
sic was held last Friday evening in the
recital hall of the college. 1HS-3)
Street The programme, which follows.
was an especially Interesting one and
was listened to by a large number of
students and their friends. Frank Nor-
rls Jones gao a short talk on each
composer The programme was "The
Harmonious Blacksmith" (George Fred
erick Handel. 16SS-lTo9), Miss Latus.
Coucou ' (Louis Daquln, 1691), Miss
Glaser, "Fantasia" In D minor (Wolf
gang Amadeous Mozart, 1756-1791). Miss
Terrett, "Fur Elise" (Ludwlg von Beet
hoven, 1770-1837), Miss Scanland. "Mo
ment Musical" (Franz Schubert, 1797-
1S2S). Miss Kupfer. "All Mine Alone'
(Phillips), and "Love Is the Wind (Mac
Fajden). Miss Benzler, 'Spinning Song"
(Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. 1S09-1S47)
Miss Long. "Valse ' In A flat major
(Frederic Chopin, 1S10-1SI9), Miss Prlmm.
"Liebestraum. No 3" (Franz Liszt, 1JU-
1SS6), Miss Gatchell, "Humoresque" (An-
tonln Dorak, 1S4I-1904), Mrs Chambers,
"Nocturne (Edward Hagerup Grieg.
1843-1907), Mrs. Hamilton, "Sonata." Op 7.
second and third movements (Edward
Hagerup Grieg. 1S43-1907), Miss Miller.
"Love's Rhapsody" (D'llardelot). and
"A Bowl of Roses" (Clarke). Mr Church:
"Llebeswalzer" (Morltz Moszkowskl. 1S54)
Miss Bradley. "The Music Box" (Edward
Poldlnl), Miss Ruth Tuckey, "Scarf
Dance" (Cecils Chaminade, 1861). Miss
Meyersr "Scotch Poem" (Edward Alex
ander MacDowell. 1SS1-1MS). Miss Mac-
Elwee; "Seguidllla" (Isaac Albenlg, 1M1),
The first of a series of mIdeason musl-
cales by the pupils of Douglass G Miller
was given Wednesday, November IS, at
Nil Fourteenth Street Northwest hi
Miss Marguerite Depue. contralto, E.
Lesterallard. barytone, and Nelile D
Miller, accompanist. Following was the
programme "Sunset ' (Buck). Mr Bal
lard; "Am Meer" (Cchubert), "Zura Zum"
(Hermann), "Marie" (Jensen), "Du BIst
Wle EIne Blume" (Uszt). and ' Leln
Delne Wang an Melnen Wang" (Jensen),
Miss Depue, "A Bowl of Roses" (Clarke).
THI Dawn" (Loewe). "A Rose Garden"
(Spross), and "The Nightingale and the
Roe" (Hawlej). Mr Ballard, 'Come'
(DHardelot). rBtd Her Dream of Me"
(Vannah). 'xHoe, a Kiss, and You"
(Sans Soucl). "Thoughts' (Sans Rourll.
and "Love Is a Rose" (Sans Soucl), Miss
Depue, "Her Rose" (Coombs), "Persian
Love Song" (De Koicn), "Requiem"
(Homer), and 'S.aie Song" fDel rileim
Slr Ballard. "Gruppe Aus dem Tartaris"
(Schubert), Miss Depue. and "Ella Clam
ma! M'Amo," from "Don Carlo' (Verdi).
Mr Ballard In response to encore. Ml
Depue rendered "Absence (Metcalf), and
Mr Ballard sang "The Haunt of the
Witches' (Cassard) The second musl
cale will be given Wednesdaj. December
IS, by Miss Anna Clokev. sonrann 'S'nrt
Robert Burns, bass, while the third Is to
do gnen Wednesday. January 22, by Miss
Allecn Miller, roprano, and E. Taylor
James . Cheney. Jr. organist and
cnoirmasier or St. Paul a Knl.ran.l
Church. Twent -third Striet. near Wash
ington ircio, win flip an organ recital
this evening, with the ((Wowing pro-
Kimum- rirsi nonaia Introduction, Al
legro, and Pastorale (Gullmant). "In
Summer" (Stebblns): Barcarolle from
"Les Contes d Hoffman" (Offenbach),
and Toccata In G (Dubois)
A very successful concert was given at
Metropolitan Presbyterian Church Tues
day evening. The sollsts being members
of the various choirs, and the programma
rendered was of such a character that
it would be impossible to specialize.
The quartet from Rlgoletto and double
sextet from Lucia greatly pleased the
audience The programme was as fol
lows. "Dost Thou Know That Sweet Land?"
from "MIgnon" (A. Thomas), Mrs. Ar
thur Pierce, Aria, from "PagllaccI" (R.
Leoncavallo), Joseph Whlttemore, "Be
douin Los Song" (Hawley), Charles
Moore: "Where Have They Laid Him? '
from "Light of the World" (Sullivan),
Mrs. Flora Jackson Van Riper: "Where
the Lindens Bloom" (Dudley Buck), Earl
Carbaugb: Quartet from "Rlgoletto"
(Verdi), Mrs. Van Riper, Miss Brett, Mr.
Whlttemore, Mr. Hammer: "Vlra"
(Rlker), Le Roy Gilder; "The Cry of
Rachel" (Mary Turner Salter), Miss Anna
Brett: Cavatlna, "Roberto, O tu che
adoro" (Meyerbeer), Mrs. Arthur G.
Dunn, accompanist, 'Mrs. Grace Dufour
Browrn; "The Bells of St Mary's" (Paul
Rodney), Arthur, Gardner; "In the Deeps
o' the Daisies" (Hawley), John G. Klein;
Sextet from "Lucia dl Lammermoor"
(Donizetti), Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Pierce, Mr.
Mills, Mr. Klein. Mr. Moore, Mr. Ham
mer, Mrs. Van Riper, Miss Brett, Mr.
Glider, Mr. Whlttemore, Mr. Gardner.
Mr. Carbaugh; accompanist, George Wil
The Arlon Gesangverelri will hold the
first muslcale of the season at'thei club
house this evening at 8 30-o'cIock.
Tbe following programme has been nr.
ranged by Karl Holer, the musical. di
rector of the "club:
Choruses (a) ' Ich iGruesm dim,"
(Haertel): (b) "Jungfriches Bluf 'fWen-
gcrt), Arlon Geaangverelndrombone solo.
Aria from "Samson and 'Delilah" (Salnt-
Saensf, Mr. W. H. Walton: violin solhs.
(a) "L'Extase" (Thomas; (b) "Tambour
ine" (Goosec), Mr, H. C. Rakemann:
bass solo, "Out on the Deep" (Lohr), Mr:
J. F. Duggan. v
Tenor solo, aria from "Faust" (Gou
nod), Mr. M. D. Hensey: trios, for violin,
'cello, and piano, (a) Paraphrase, "Mme,
Butterfly" (Puccini), (b) "Karaenol Os
trow" (Rubinstein), Mr. sir. C, Rake
mann, Mr. Richard Lorleberg, and Mr.
Karl Holer: quartet, (a) "Good Night"
(Abt). (b) "Winter Song" (Bullard),. Mr,
M. D, Hensey, Mr. H. McNamee, Mr. T.
A. Murray, and Mr. 3. F. Duggan.
The students and their friends of the
Washington College of Music were given
a delightful evening, last Saturday when
the members of the elocution and dra
matic art department of the college, un
der Miss Victoria I. SIddona, gave a
number ot recitations, pantomime and
parts of well known plays. The recital
ball of the. college was handsomely decor
ated with palms and flowers and the stage
waa hung with curtains' and draperies.
There was a' large and appreciative au
dience present These evenings will be re
peatedevery month throughout the school
The chorus choir of the Metropolitan
Presbyterian Church will render at this
evening's service "Thy Hallowed Pres
ence" by C D. Carter. There will also
be a duett "So Thou Lifted Thy Divine
Petition," -from Stalners "Crucifixion,"
by Joseph Whlttemore, tenor, and New
ton T. Hammer, base.
Mr. Hammer, the precentor, will sing
as offertory solo, "How Lovely Are Thy
Dwellings," by Samuel Llddle.
The Washington Saengerbund will give
its second muslcale to-night at the hall.
314 C Street Northwest at S o'clock.
The following talent will assist the
Saengerbund: Soprano soloist Miss Edna
J. Sheehy; alto soloist Mrs. Nellie
0Hare Pollard; barytone soiolst, New
ton T. Hammer: piano soloist Miss
Clarine McCarty; flute soiolst Antonio
Celfo: French horn soloist J. E. MIn-
nick, and the Washington Concert Quar
The programme Is as follows: Maenner-
chor, "Ser Elnsiedlerandle Nacht" (F. A.
Kern)) and "Wennelle Brunnleln Flies-
sen" (O Baldaraaa). Washington Saen
gerbund: alto solo, "Schwer Llegtmlram
Herzen' . rec and aria from "Na-
deschda" (A. Goring Thomas), Mrs. Nel
lie O'Hare Pollard: piano solo. "Valse
de Concert" Op. 3 (J. Wlenlawskl), Miss
Clarine McCarty: soprano solo, "Elsa's
Traum" (Lohengrin-R, Wa,gner), , Miss
Edna J. Sheehy; flute and French
horn duet "Serenade" (J. Tltl), Mr.
Celfo and Mr. Mlnnlck: barytone solo.
Three for Jack" (W. H. Squire), New
ton T. Hammer, accompanied by George
Wilson: quartet "Mine" (E. Ball), and
"The Rosary" (E. Nevln). especially ar
ranged by Mr. Gumprecht Washington
Concert Quartet; Maennerchor. "Deat-
sches Schlachtenlled" (Karl Rohrbeck),
Washington Saengerbund, accompanied
by Mr. William Behrens.
The following musical numbers will be
rendered by the organist and choir of the
First Congregational Church to-day. At
the morning service: Organ prelude,
"Adagio from Scotch Symphony" (Men
delssohn); anthems, "Lift Up Your Head"
(Hopkins), "Ye 8hall Dwell In the Land"
(Stalner); Offertory bass solo, "Be Thou
With Me" (Gelbel). Mr. Humphrey: Or
gan postlude, Flnalo In B Flat (Wolsten
holme) At the evening service: Organ
prelude. "Largo" (Handel); anthem.
"Evening Hymn" (Wagner): offertory
quartet "Still. 8tlll With Thee" (Foster),
Mrs Smart Miss Smith, Mr. Humphrey,
Mr Ogden. hymn anthem, "Some Bless
ed Day" (Nevln). and organ postlude,
March in D (W. T. Best).
George H Miller and" Joseph Whltte
more have been engaged as soloists for
the Monday Morning Club s first concert
of the season at the Wnlard Hotel ball
room on Monday morning December
Sydney Llojd Wrightson will sing for
th- first time this season, at a concert
on Wednesday evening at Waugh M.
Church as a courtesy to J G Klein, di
rector of music there. He will sing
group of three songs. "Eileen," by Sans-
Soucl, 'Bellee ile If All Those En
dearing Young Charms." by Moore, and
spirit Flower, by Campbell-Tipton.
Richard Backing, his pupil, will take
part on, the same programme, singing
The next special musical service of the
evening choir of the Church of the Cove
nant will be on Sunday evening, Decem
ber 1, when a programme composed en
tlrelj of compositions of Richard Wag
ner will be gvien.
The Washington Oratorio Society.
which was so successfully launched last
Monday eemng, with a charter mem
bershlp of fifty-two, will hold Its first
rehearsal under the direction of Sydney
Lloyd Wrightson In the chapel of the
Church of the Covenant Eighteenth and
J Streets, to-morrow evening at S
o clock The socleti will take un im
mediately the sacred cantata, "The Word
God," by Charles Gilbert Spross.
Members of the church choirs and other
singing societies, whose connection with
the Oratorical Society will not Interfere
with their other musical engagements.
are cordially Invited to Join the so
ciety, also any singers Interested in this
At this evening's service of the Church
f the Covenant Eighteenth and N
Streets and Connecticut Avenue, at 8
o'clock, the evening choir of 100 voices,
under the direction of Sdney Lloyd
Wrightson, with Harvey Murray at the
organ, the following musical programme
will be given Organ prelude. "Andante
from Fifth Symphony" (Beethoven), pro
cessional hmn. 'O Mother. Dear Jerusa
lem" (Ward). "Abide with Me" (Reed.
"Angel Voices Ever Singing" (SulIUan);
'Glorious Is Thy Name' twelfth mass.
(Mozart). "Saviour Again to Thy Dear
Name (Hopkins), organ prelude, "Al
Iclula" (Clement Loret).
TAKES HEAVY TOLL.
SprcUl Cabla to The Muhlncton Hrnld
London. Nov 16. Some startling infor
mation was brought to light in a heated
debate In the House of Commons con
cernlng the origin of the devastating out
break of foot and mouth disease In Ire
The disease In one case was, T. W.
Russell suggested, brought to Ireland
on the boots of cattle dealers, and In an
other It had been definitely traced to
straw envelopes containing French wine.
Here Is the report concerning the latter:
"Klldare Outbreak definitely traced by
government Inspectors to the officers
mess 'at Curragh Camp. Bottles of
French wine had been Imparted In straw
envelopes and the straw subseouently
given to a widow In the neighborhood
Who kept pigs. The straw was used as
a bed for the pigs, and these were
shortly afterward attacked with foot and
"Already the outbreak has cost the
Irish people J7.M0.000, ' said Mr. Russell,
"and more will be lost."
The usual enthusiasm was exhibited
at the regular session of A. R. Talbot
Camp, Modern Woodmen of America, on
Thursday evening. Several applications
for membership were received. A "must
cat programme was rendered under the
direction of Neighbor A. t. uonrowaisxi.
musical director of the camp
The next meeting on November S. will
be ladles night, and an elaborate pro
gramme"'haa been arranged. The busi
ness session will be called at seven
Bric-htwood Camn will give Its first
dance of the season, at its hall at Geor
gia Avenue and Longfellow Street on
Mvra ff. Enright Camp. Royal Neigh
bors of America, held a business session
at 7 o'clock on Friday evening and ad
mitted two candidates to membership.
Adjournment followed and a euchre
party was given. Sixty people partici
pated and a number of prizes were dis
tributed, to the successful contestant.
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all the new colors.
Juliet Trimmed Millinery
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of absolutely exclusive and originarideas gathered abroad and but
rarely duplicated in this country. Clearance sale starts tomorrow at
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$15.00 Trimmed Hats, $7.50. $20.00 Trimmed Hats, $10.00.
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LORD AND LADY DUDLEY
TO SEPARATE FOR GOOD
Countess So Jealous of Gallant Husband that All Ef
forts to Secure a Reconciliation Have Been
Frui tless Financial SettlementRumored.
Spafel Cable la The n uhinaton Uenld.
London. Nov. 16 Lord and Lady Dud
ley are about to separate. Their inti
mate friends say they are so far es
tranged that all persuasions to reunlnte
them are useless. Rumors of their un
happiness have long been heard In the
boudlors and In the clubs
The countess of Dudley seems to be
Jealous of her gallant lord, who, until
recently, was Governor General of Aus
tralia. She Is gracious, clever, tactful,
and was as much, courted when her
husband waa viceroy of Ireland as when
he was Governor General of Australia.
The Earl of Dudley is the oldest
brother of John Hubert Ward, who mar
ried Miss Jean Held, daughter of White-
law Reld. American Ambassador to Eng
land Recently Mr and Mrs. Reld
bought Dudley House In London and
restored it to the famlh as personified
by John Ward, who was King Edwards
The separation of the Dudleys will be
final. In fact it was only extreme pres
sure broaght by the court and also Ade
line, Du-hess of Bedford, which prevent
MRS. J. B. POTTER
Calls Off Theosophical Lecture Tour
Because of Fraud Perpetrated
fcprcMl CHa to Tht Wmibteston HmK
London. Nov. 18. Mrs. James Brown
Potter has not started on her theosoph
ical lecture tour, the principal reason
being that the wily Hindu philosopher
who has been giving the actress ex
tremely exnenshe lessons in the Yogi
cult now Tirol es to be a political agent.,
whose sole object In coming to this coun- I
try Is to foment sedition in India. Under
these trying circumstances, the fair Cora
Is reconsidering the situation Meanwhile, 1
In Internals of taking astral walks with j
thousand-year-oia ceieonues. .airs. Drown
Potter Is entertaining numerous Ameri
can friends at her mother's home at
"Ye Oldo Bridge House." as It is
called, has been fitted up most attrac
tively under Mrs. Potter's supervision.
There are oak beams, blue china, not too
much daylight, and quantities of strange
The visitor Is confronted at unexpected
corner with mvsterious red lamps or a
kind of smeU associated with Eastern
hnaor IHhnnah MV Rmwn Potter I
sold some of her curios, she still pos
sesses the brass bowl in which the exe
cutioner at Pekln placed his victims'
heads and the wonderfur Persian-ware
vase presented by an Oriental who con
ceived a hopeless love for her and died
the day she received It.
MOUNT PLEASANT "T" MEETS.
On Friday evening, tho Mount Pleasant
"Y" of ,the W. a T. U.. met at the
home of Miss Elisabeth. Reiss, 1S06 Bel
mont Street Northwest. The president.
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JJfi Girt Votes la Tht Herali'i f5,W OctnL
' .?0 DIFFERENT SHAPES,
in all the desirable colors:
BLACK, BROWN, NAVY AND TAUPE.
Not one of these hats were made to sell for less than
$7.50 and most of them at $10. All to go tomorrow at
ONE PRICE, .
ed Lady Dudley from divorcing her
husband and bringing to light stories
that "would have kept the gossips busy
for months. The dowager duchess edu
cated and chaperoned Lady Dudley and
took a Journey to Australia, where the
trouble began. In order to bring the
Lord Dudley deeply shocked the Aus
tralians by bringing actresses to the
government house, and his affair with
a married American actress very nearly
led to disaster Lord Dudle), who Is
forty-five years old. married Miss Rachel
Gumey In 1S31 There are four sons and
three daughters Lord Dudley has
promised an allowance to his wife of
Io0 000 a year, but his friends wonder
where this money will come from.
It is curious that while the Dudleys
have decided to live apart, the West
minsters are coming together, at least
officially. King George has bad greater
success with the Duke of Westminster
than had King Edward, and the duke has
been jwrsueded to nbandon certain too
public mus'cal comedy attractions for
politics, while the duchess also will take
an Interest In public affairs
being absent C C Pldseon lce presi
After a short business session, the
meeting adjourned for a ' social" hour
Enjoyable features were the several
solos rendered by Miss Helen Henry
and Mi's Helen Edgar Mrs J F
Lawrence was the accompanist The
fcoclal hour was In charge of Miss Bertie
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