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ANQREW VISSOCHI . -..-- -- --.-Accordion
KATHERINE KELLEY - --.- -Humorist.
ANNABEL STURGIS............ .....Violinist
ETHEL EAGIESTON. Accompanist and Soprano
Auditorium, November 15th, 1917
8:30 P. M.
ADMISSION: Adults, 70c: Children (under 12 years old) 50c.
War Tax----------.--.. 07C. --...-- --- - - --- Olc.
Total---------------.. . .77c. ... ----- --- .--. ----- 51c.
TICKETS ON SALE AT
J. S.: Dickson, ........:...Alcolu
Christal Store -.... - .-----Gable
J. B. Brogdon------------ _- --.Harvin
Please Read'the Following Description of this Splednid
"We are proud of the personnel of this great musical company. We are eager for you to hear
them, and pass judgment upon them. If you knew the artists making up the organization you would
share our eagerness. In a world wide search for musical artists for the' Lyceum and Chatauqua
platform there is occasionally found a nugget of. pure gold. Once in a decade there is effected an
organization presenting such a new, fresh and wholly invigorating musical program as to awaken
even the blase critic to enthusiasm. Such an organization is The Florentine Musicians. Splendid
artists are these, rich in natural endowment, finished in culture and experience. There's nothing
of the stereotyped and bromidic in theirsoffering. It has the charm of originality, the appeal of
the unusual. And all this is said as a result of their great success in Lyceum and Chautauqua
The combination of talents is exceptional. There's Vissochi, the foremost- and best of the'
recognized exponents - of that little known instrument, the Italian Grand Concert Accordion, whose
music has charmed probably three million hearers in his extended tours covering every important
city of America, Europe, South America and the Holy Land. Then Annabel Sturgis, violinist, who
plays the wild gypsy dances and folk music of many lands with fire and dash, thrilling her
,hearers. And Katherine Kelley, humorist, presenting novel features of her own conception, climaxing
artistry with the spell of dominating personality, undefinable, winning, attractive. And, rounding
out the perfect ensemble, Ethel Eagleston, accompanist' and soprano, who plays and sings with
Cumderstanding and appreciation.
It is an all star company, versatile in a high degree, with a popular program of accordion num
bers, violin selections, solos, reading, songs, all presented in costume in an inimitable way. - In our
enthusiasm concerning the organization we are prone to superlatives. Hear them and you will under
stand the reason of our enthusiasm."
TO GUT Off RIGHT Tagliamento river, from the region river, says 6,000 Italians were made
of the Carnic Alps southward to the prisoners and that an additional num
mnc.The invaders of Venita have Italian official communication makes
driven their way across the river to only brief mention of the operation,
Intensive Operations Are Being Car- Pinzano and are proceeding west- merely asserting that the enemy suc
ridOtby the Teutonic ward,- while to the north on the. Ital- ceeded in bringing some of his forces
Allies. ian left wing, intensive operations are to the right bank of the stregm.
being carried out by the Teutonic al- There is no indiration as yet
HAVE CROSSED RIVER lies, the two manoeuvers probably i
Italian Commander having as their objective the cutting Cadorna to endeavor to maintain th
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ing for Time Until Stronger Cadorna's army. probable that his stand here is a tem.
Positions Can be Preared. 6,000 Prisoners Claimed. porary one, while ositions of greate
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Organization of Forest Regiments
Washington, Nov. 3.-It is an
nounced by the Forest Service that
it has been able to comply in full with
the request of the War Department
for assistance in securing qualified
'umbermen and foresters to serve as
officers for the forest battalions which
are to comprise a part of the Ameri
can overseas forces. .Three hundred
and nine men have been recommend
A for commissions in the grades of
major, captain, first lieutenant, and
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thirds are practical lumbermen or
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trained foresters with long woods ex
perience. Some of the lumberhien
who were recommended have also had
theoretical training in forestry and
many of the foresters have had ex
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bermen the Forest Service has had
the close cooperation of a subcommit
tee of the Lumber Committee of
Council of National Defense and of
fourteen committees of lumbermen in
-lifFerent parts of the country. Al
most every man selected wvas inter
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or by the Forest Service officials.
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vice. All have proved by experience
their qualities of leadership and their
ibility to handle men in large num
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States has contributed its share of
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five years. The bulk of the men reec
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PRIVATE KIRK SHOT
Greenville, Nov. 5.-Private Kirk,
Company L., 118th infantry, of Harts
Ville, S. C., was accidentally shot dur
ing drill this afternoon. The bullet
struck his gun and glanced, inflicting
a large wound. Private Kirk was L D
rushed to the base hospital where an (
operation was performed and his " I
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