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Columbia Secures 'Notedl Band Deceni
ber 6, For Matinee and Night-En
tire State Interested.
Sousa and His Band.
John Philip Sousa.. .... ..Conductor
Miss Virginia Root.. ......Soprano
Miss Nicholin? Zedler... ....Violinist
Herbert L. Clarke.. .. ....Cornetist;
Iusic lovers of Columbia and near
by towns ae taking great interest in
the forthcoming conclert by Sousa and
his band and this means all classes of
mu<?e lovers, Ltcai.e the Sousa or
ganization appeals to all. It appeals
with its classic music to those who are
well-up in music and with its fiery
crashing marches, stirring hearts and
quickening pulses to all others. It
seems a "cinch" to use trite expres
sion to predict that the concert in Co
lumbia will be a big success, both on
account of the high merit and popu
larily of the band and of Sousa the
.march king himself.
The band jumps from Cincinnati,
Ohio, to Asheville and goes from Ral
eigh.to Washington then to New York
to start on a world-wide tour, appear
ing in only 10 cities in the entire
The sa)le of seats will start Monday,
December 5. Mail order filled in the
order received. Prices at nigtt 25c.,
50c., 75c., $1.00 and $1.50. Matinee
prices 25c, 50c., 75c., and $1.00.
Thinking that music-lovers of South
Carolina will be interested in kn~w
ing just what selections will be ren
dered by the band at the concert, the
management makes public the follow
ing programme, which, however, does
not include a big list of popular en
1. Symphonic Poem, "Les Preludes"
"What is life but a series of pre
ludes to that unknown song whose
initial solemn note is tolled by death?
The enchanted dawn of every life is i
Love. But where is the destiny on I
whose first delicious joys some storm i
breaks not; some storm whose deadly
blast disperses youth's illusions;
whose fatal hoat consumes its altar?
And what soul thus cruelly bruised,
when the tempest rolls away, seeks
not to resist its memofies in the1
pleasant calm of rural life. Yet man r
allows himself not long to taste the|
kindly quiet which first attracted himl
to nature's .lap; but when the trumpet|t
signal sounds, he runs to danger's|g
post, whatever be the fight that calls|g
him to its lists, that in the strife he
may once more gain full knowledge
of himself and all his strength."
2. Cornet Solo, "Showers of Gold"
(Oiarke) -Herbert L. Clarke.
3. Character Studies, "The Dwellers
in the Western World" (new)-Sousa,
(a) The Red Man.
"And they stood on the meadows with
their weapons and their wargear,
Painted like the leaves of autumn,
painted like the sky of morning."
(b) The White Man.
They sailed. they sailed. Then spoke
"This mad sea shows its teeth tonight,
He curls his lips, he lies in wait, with
lifted tusk as if to bite."
Ah that night! Of all dark nights!
And then a speck
A light! A light! A light! It grew, a
star-lit flag unfurled;
It grew to be time's burst of dawn;
he gained a world; he gave that
world its grandesf iesisony-"on
(c) The Black Man.
"Now, de blessed little ange:ls up in
heaven, we are told,
Don't do nothin' all dere life-time
'ceptin' play on harps o' gold."
"Now I think heavn'd be mo' home
like ef wed hyeah somemui
F'om a rea\l o' fashioned banjo, like
that one upon de wall."
4. Soprano solo, "The Lark New
Leaves His Watery Nest," Parker
Miss Virginia Root.
5. Prelude, "The Bells of Moscow"
6. Humoresoue, from "Creole Suite"
7. (a) Entre act-Helmsberger.
(b) March. "The Glory of the Yan
8. Violin solo, "Rondo Capriccioso,"
St. Saens-Miss Nicholine Zedeller.
9. Rhapsody, "Slavonic'-Friende
The following from the Atlanta
Journal of Friday w.ill be read with
great interest and pleasure by Mr.
Seabrook's many friends in Newberry:
One of the pretty weddings of last
evening was that of Miss Katherine
'Edmondson and Mr. William Buehler.
Seabrook, which took place at the
home of the bride's father, Mr. John E.
E~dmondson, on North Boulevard. Dr.
J. W. Roberts, a former president of.
Wesleyanl college, the bride's alma!
'mater. performed the ceremony in the
presence of relatives and intimate
The bride entered with her father,
and was met at the altar by the groom
na his best man, Mr. Rogers Winter.
The bride's maid of honor was Miss
Frances Seabrook, of Westminister,
Md., sister of the groom, and Miss
Louise Peddy, of Newnan, bridesmaid.
Miss Nancy Hill Hopkins, Miss Jen
nie Lowry, Miss Marguerite Beck,
Miss Obie McKenzie, of Montezuma,
The house was artistic with quanti
ties of bamboo and smilax in the hall,
parlors and stairway, combined with
palms and fdliage plants. Tall vases
of white roses were effectively arrang
ed in the parlor, where the ceremony
was ,performed, and in the dining
room and library pink carnations were
used. The porch was enclosed and
decorated with bamboo and palms.
The bride's gown was white char
meuse -satin, the corsage hand-em
broidered, trimmed with seed pearls
and rose point lace, the skirt was
draped with a cluster of pearls, and her
long tulle veil was caught with a
chaplet of organe blossoms. Her flow
ers were bride's roses and lilies of
the valley in a chatelaine bouquet.
The maid of honor wore a white
satin gown, hand-embroidered, trim
med with quantities of rose point lace,
and her flowers were bridesmaids
roses. The bridesmaid wore a white
lace gown over satin, and her flowers
were bridesmaids roses. Miss McKen
nie and Miss Hopkins wore pink em
broidered chiffon gowns trimmed with
ace. Miss Beck and Miss Lowry
wore white embroidered chiffon gowns
5ver satin trimmed with qace.
An Informal reception followed the
:eremony and Mr. Edmondson was as
;isted in entertaining by his sister,
%rs. Virginia Fielder, who wore a
)lack velvet gown trimmed with duch
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook, of Westmin
fter, Md., mother of the groom, wore
i green satin gown with an overdress
)f bilack Brussells lace.
Others assisting in entertaining
vere Mrs. John Holder, of Jefferson;
4rs. Carter Edmondson, of Nebraska;
4rs. Frank McConnell, of Nashville;
drs. Charles Hopkins, Mrs. W. H.
3rown. Mrs. Edmondsnn wore a white
,harmeuse satin gown embroidered
Lnd trimmed with rose point lace. Mrs.
JcConnell's gown was blue liberty
atin trignmed with chiffon and lace.
Irs. Holder wore a pink chiffon gown
ver satin trimmed with lace and
earls. Mrs. Hopkins wore a black
Uga crepe gown embroidered and
rimmed svith net. Mrs. Brown wore
white satin gown with overdress of
Miss Marion Perque and Miss Louise
ohnson served punch in the dining
oom. Miss Perdue wore a white chif
on gown over satin trimmed with
ace. Miss Johnson wore a blue em
>roidered chiffon gown over satin
rimmed with lace.
The wedding symbols were in the
ride's bouquet and the ring was re
'eived by Miss Nancy Hill Hopkins.
iiss Seabrook received the dime, and
diss Lowry received the thimble.
Mr. and Mrs. Seabrook left after the
eception for a wedding trip to Flor
da and when they return will be at
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home with thr, bride's father.
The bride's traveling gown was blue
velvet, braided, worn with a blue chif
fon blouse over Persian silk, and h.r
hat was black velvet trimmed with
aigrettes and bird of paradise.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Edmondson, of
Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc
Connell, of Nashville; Mr. and Mrs.
John Holder of Jefferson; Mrs. Sea
lbrook and Miss Seabrook, of Mary
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