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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. VEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4; 1912.
Noted Violinist Heard in
Brahms Concerto With
Washlngon paid tribute to the power
. music a expreiied by the Boiton
symphony Orcheitra, under Dr. Karl
Muck, and the aololat, Krlts Kreliler,
by Ita attendance at the accond matinee
of the aeaaon, for which a dlstlntulshcd
audience auembled In the National
Theater. Spontaneous applauae greeted
Mr. Muck, an applauae particularly ap
propriate at the moment, for It la
through him that the number that waa
about 'to be played waa adapted Into'
this country from Finland, Ita native
Blbellua, It compoier, li a modern
writer, and thla la the Unit of hie four
The flrtt Andante of Symphony No. 1
contalna a hunting theme by the full
orchestra. In the aecond, wood-winds
r conspicuous In the plaintive airs
ornamented by trills. The Allegro Is
srotesque, setting forth the rather
heavy frollcksomeness of the north.
The Fantasia Is the gem of the series.
Bednnlnc with a melodv (rr-itcri In
broad chords, the movement soon de
velops a trajcle quality, which prevails
throughout leading to a restless and
passionate climax. There Is much true
music In this symphony, but the themes
onoi. itestiesineas is cnarac
teriitlc, and oddities performed by
groups of Instruments connect very
Finland la little more than a same to
us, but the musical exponent, Sibelius,
Prove his kinship with the remainder
Of the musical world.
Kreiiler Gets Oration.
With Mendelssohn's Concerto came
thaj great master of the violin to claim
Ma own in welcomo accorded a favorite.
lAa the year pass, the occasional per
formances of the Concerto In E minor
make It familiar, and familiarity Is a
potent factor In good music. Ho what
happier combination could there have
been than the facile violinist accom
panied by an orchestra that played as
one man In the music, tested bv time,
of Felix MendelHohn-Bartholdy?
Ample opportunity was offered for the
most brilliant execution and for the
sortest legato strains. Thus Kreliler,
whom many of the leading critics hold
to be the greatest violinist In the world
waa at his wondrous best, and the
orchestra. In following his pianissimo,
seemed but a harmonious breath of
wind. A mighty climax Is a good thing;
a fitting end.
. But a delicate pianissimo Is like a
'till small voice." Oreat bursts of
applause arose at the end of each move
meat, making each seem a finish.
Branm'i Concerto Heard.
Tile Brahme overture la related to an
vent in the Ufe of the author. It Is a
thank offering to the university that
conferred upon him a degree. He wove
together the college songs, two German
and one Latin. They are "We Have
Built a Stately House." "Who Comes
From Above." and "Gaudeamus Igltur."
Kach haa a musical setting from which
one may extract It, If possessed of a
klllful ear, and a little college jollity
The Russian overture by Olasounoff,
with which the delightful concert closed,
waa an expression of happiness In 4-4
time. Broad harmonies moved up and
down as they do In martial music. It
waa a suitable finish to a program of
unusual excellence. J. M.
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
WHO?" BY EMZABETH KENT
Author of "The House Opposite."
(Cepyrlf hi, 1HJ, rraak A. Munsey Cempaay).
Elevator Man Crushed
To Death by Machine
HARTFORD, Conn., Dec. 4. Trapped
by the very danger that he had warned
others against on a hundred different
occasions. Walter 8. Powers, thirty-five
years old, of Bprlngtield, who was to
have been married Chrlstmaa Day, was
crushed to death here by a new ele
vator In a department store.
Powers was superintending the instal
lation of a new elevator, when his hand
waa caught- by the main pulley wheel
on the roof. Then his arm, shoulder,
and finally his whole body, waa Irresist
ibly drawn Into the power machinery
while ho cried plteously for help from
his men, who shivered with fright on
the floors below, powerless to rescue
their chief, whose blood dripped down
past them. Powers came East from
Blair Is Elected.
Felix J. Blair Is the new president of
Local No. 4 of the Bookbinders' Union.
The unuual election was held In Typo
graphical Templo yesterday. Peter Flan
nagan Is vice president; Lewis Stark,
recording secretary; Fred L. Arenes,
financial secretary; Joseph Kltxpatrlck,
treasurer, and Torrence Mahoney, Inspector,
NDER a yew tree overlooking a
wide lawn, bordered on the
farther side by a bank of flow
era, three peoplo are sitting
clustered around a tea table.
One of them Is a little old lady: the
dearest old lady Imaginable. ,By her
side, In a low basket chair a girl Is halt
sitting, half reclining. Her small ngure,
clad In a simple black frock, gives the
.mpresslon of extreme youth, an lm
presslon heightened b the fact that her
curly yellow hair, reaching Barely to
tho nape of her neck, Is caught together
by a black ribbon like a schoolgirl's.
But when one looks more closely Into
nor pale race one realises somenow
that she Is a woman, and a woman
who has suffered who still sorters.
On the ground facing the younger
woman a red-headed young man In
white flannels Is squatting tailor fash
Ion. He Is holding out an empty cup
to be refilled.
"Not another?" exclaims the tittle old
lady in a horrified tone. "Why, you
have had three already 1"
"My dear Trleve, let me Inform you
once and for all that I have abandoned
my figure. Why should I persist In the
struggle now that Anita refuses to
smile on me? When one's heart la
nroxen one naa better make the most
of the few nleasures ona csji still en-
Joy. So another cup, please."
1AII, .nMl. Ma -a..,... . hi- sail...
her eyes were fixed on the distant
horlson; she seemed absorbed In her
"By the way!" remarked Campbell
casually as he sipped his tea. "I spent
last Sunday at Qeralton."
He watched Anita furtively. A faint
flutter of the -eyelids waa the only In
dication ahe gave of having heard him,
yet Guy was convinced that she was
waiting breathlessly for him to con
tinue. "How Is Lrd Wllmersley?" asked
Miss Trevor with kindly Indifference.
"Very well. Indeed. He Is doing a
lot to the castle. You would hardly
know It the Interior, I mean."
Although he had pointedly addressed
Anita, she made no comment. It waa
onlf after a long silence that ahe finally
"And how is ValdriguecT" ahe In
quired. "Much the same. She plays all day
long with dolls Cyril bought for her.
She seems quite happy."
Again they relapsed Into silence.
Hiss Trevor took up her knitting,
which had been lying In her lap. and
was soon busy avoiding the pitfalls a
heel presents to the unwary.
"I think I will go for a walk," said
Anita, rising slowly from her seat
There was a hint of exasperation In
her voice which escaped neither of her
Miss Trevor peered anxiously over her
spectacles at the retreating ngure.
Campbell's rubicund countenance had
grown strangely grave.
"No better?" he asked as soon as
Anita was out of ear-shot.
Miss Trevor shook her head dlsconso.
"Worse, I think. I can't Imagine
what can be the matter with her. She
seemed at one time to have recovered
from her terrible experience. But now,
aa you can see for yourself, she Is ab
solutely wretched, she takes no Interest
In anything. She hardly eats enough
to keep a bird alive. If ahe goes on like
this much longer she will fret herself
Into her grave. Tet whenever I ques
tion her she assures me that she Is all
right. I really don't know what I ought
"He It never occtn-red to you that V"""F? w '".J? 5? ,lon.l?n,i, ,;,", proSl
she may be wondering why Wllmersley, pi which i will , gc to the building fund
has never written to her nor been to
"Lord Wllmersley? Why, no. 8he
hardly ever mentions him."
"She never mentions him." corrected
Guy. "8he Inquires after everybody at
aeraiton except cyru. uoesn t mat
strike you as very suspicious?"
"Oh! you don't mean that."
"But ahe hardly knows him! Tou told
me yourself that she had only seen him
three or four times."
"True, but you must remember that
they met under very romantlo condi
tions. And Cyril Is the sort of chap
who would be likely to appeal to a
"Lady Wllmersley In love! I can't
believe It I" exclaimed Miss Trevor.
"I wish I didn't," muttered Guy, un
der his breath.
She heard him, however, and laid her
small, wrinkled hand tender! t on his
"My poor boy, I guessed your trouble
"Don't pity me. It doesn't hurt any
longer not 'much, at least. When one
realises a thing Is quite hopeless one
somehow ends by adjusting oneself to
the Inevitable. What 1 feel for her now
is more worship than love. I want,
above alt things, that she should be
happy, and If Cyril can make her so I
would gladly speed his wooing.
"Do you tlnk be has any thought of
"I am sure he loves her."
"Then why has he given no sign of
life all these months?"
"I fancy he Is waiting for the year of
their mourning to elapse. But I con
fess that I am surprised that he has
been able to restrain his Impatience as
long as thla Every day T have expect
ed By Jove!" cried Campbell, spring
ing to his feet, "there he Is now!"
Miss Trevor turned and saw a tall
figure emerge from the house.
Being plunged auddenly into the midst
of romance, together with the unexpect
ed and dramatic arlval of the hero, was
tJ much for the little lady's composure.
Her bag, her knitting, her glasses, fell
to the ground unheeded as sho rose hur
riedly to receive Lord Wllmersley,
So glad to aeeyou. Let me give you
n cup of tea, or would you prefer some
whisky and soda?'' Bhe was ao flus
tered that she hardly knew what aha
J . .fUW, A WWII I U.JIV ur IIIIIIB.
1 ."Hello, Guy! You here? Rather fan-
wen i mignt run across you.
. Cyril's eyes strayed anxiously hither
"Looking for Anita, are you?" asked
Cyril gave a start of guilty sur
prise, "res, I was wondering where
she was." Ills tone was excessively
"Sho has gone for a little walk, but
aa she never leaves the grounds, sho
c,n..'Lb.ver ' oV aald Miss Trevor.
"Perhaps " Cyril hesitated; he
was painfully embaraased.
Uuy came to his rescue.
Come along," he aald. "I will show
y!HnWne,r".lr0U r8 "kev "ad her."
. J2"kl lJla ""to" want to see
her ahem, on business!"
i ". '!u'ne,,.T. li you old humbug!"
Jeered Campbell aa he aauntered off.
For a moment Cyril glared at Ouy'a
back Indignantly; then, mumbling an
apology to Miss Trevor, he hastened af
Thev tiajl onlv vnnji aim.. Jl.l.nu
before they espied a small, black-robed
figure coming toward them. Guy stop
ped short; he glanced at Cyril, but the
latter waa no longer conscious of his
presence. Without a word he turned
and hurriedly retraced his footsteps.
"Well, Trevle." he said, "I must be
aping. CanU loaf forever, worse luck!"
HIS manner waa milt natanfatlnii.lu
Miss Trevor, however, was not de
ceived by It.
"You are a dear, courageous boy," she
murmured, and before he could guess
her intention Shu had klaaa. him tn.
derly on both cheeks.
With a flourish of his hat that seemed
to repudiate all sympathy. Guy turned
on his heel and marched gallantly away.
Meanwhile In annthar nar. nf Iti war
den a very different scene was being
On catching sight of each other
Lryru ana Anita had both halted simul
taneously. Cyril's heart pounded so
violently that he could hardly hear
"I must be calm," he said to him
self. "I must ha calm. nut hnw
beautiful she la! If I only had a lit
tle more time to collect mv wits! I
know I shall make on ass of myself."
tnese inougnts went racing
through his brain he had been movlnir
almost automatically forward. Al
ready he could distinguish the soft
curve of her Darted Una and the color
of her dilated eyes.
A suaaen panic seised him. He waa
conscious of a wild desire to fly from
her presence; but It was too late. He
was face to face with her.
For a moment neither moved, hut
under the insistence of his nxe her
eyes slowly sank before his.
Then, without a word, aa one who
merely claims his own, he flung his
arms around her and crushed her to
Bazaar to Aid Church
To Open This Evening
In the Inrram Memorial
irch will open tonight, the proceeds
which will co to the hulldlnv fund.
The George Washington booth will be
in charge of Mrs. A. G. Smith and A.
M. Kelly; the colonial booth will bo
In charge of Mrs. R. B. Thatcher; the
cooking booth In charge of C. K. Du
rand and Judge E. P. Seeds: the fancy
work booth In charge of Mrs. L. J.
Robinson and Mrs. 8. F. Crllley; the
Christmas booth In chargn of Mrs. J.
W. Frtsxell; and the fortune-telling
booth In charge of Mrs. A. M. Booth.
The basaar will close Friday.
Lecture on Arabia.
The Rev. Alien More, who for many
years has been a missionary among the
Bedouins In Arabia, will deliver a lec
ture tomorrow ovenlng at 8 o'clock In
the New .York Avenue Presbyterian
Church, In which he will tell of condi
tions now obtaining In Arabia. The ad
dress wilt be Illustrated with Bedouin
costumes and other characteristic
Frank O. Smith Will Be
Guest of Honor of River
HYATTBVILLE, Md Dec. 4.-A re
ception will be tendered Friday night,
December f, to Congressman-elect
Frank O. Smith, of the Fifth Maryland
district,' by the Rlverdale Democratic
Club, at the residence of Dr. Clarenco
J. Owens. Invitations have been 'sent
to tho cltlstns of Rlverdale regardless
of their political affiliations and a
large attendance is expected. The re
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regular meeting of the Rlverdale club
will be held tonight at the homo of 11.
Martin Williams, 'reading clerk of the
House of Representatives.
A unique and attractive recital for the
benefit of the Plnknev Memorial tr..i..
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portrayed by Edwin Catlow, the origina
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