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THE ARGUS,; SATURDAY APRIL- 10, 100D.
EASTER MUSICAL PROGRAMS IN THE ROCK ISLAND CHURCHES
Easter, the' Joyous church day, com
memorating the resurrection of Christ,
Is to be observed in the usual elabor
ate manner in Rock Island churches
tomorrow, In. all of the different
places of worship the day's services
will" be marked by special musical
programs, and in some very elaborate
programs are to be given. The decora
tions will be a feature, also, and all
of the churches have been festooned
with flowers and other symbols of the
If the predictions of the weather bu
reau are fulfilled tomorrow, the. day
will be a glorious Easter indeed, for
the forecast is for fair weather and a.
rising temperature. This is an impor-J
tant factor, of course, in the making'
of a joyous Easter. j
. KuIkIiIm to Vorltip.
A feature of the day's observance in
the tri-cities will be the services tomor
row afternoon at the Masonic temple
in Davenport, in which the Knights
Templar of the three cities will unite.
It has long been the custom of the
two commanderies. Rock Island No. IS.
end St. Simon of Cyrene of Davenport,
to join in holding the annual Easter
exercises, and this year the program is
in charge of the Davenport knights.
The sermon will be delivered by Rev.
C. A.' More of the Congregational
chinch of Davenport. There will be
vocal selections by a quartet composed
of Will Johnson. E. E. Miller, Morgan
Reimers and W. J. Haines, and by
Miss Viiginia Ttmnicliff, who will sing
"Easter Dawn." The services will be
followed by the closed services of the
The Rock Island knights are to meet
at the Masonic temple in this city at
and will march in full parade
uniform to the temple in Davenport,
in command of Eminent Commander
Karly Matin SrrvU-eii.
Early matin services will be hold
In many of the churches tomorrow
Factory made clothes are
designed SO FAR AHEAD
of the time when they are
to be WORN that the sales
men have an opportunity
to go ail over America and
collect their orders for the
next season's output. The
method of displaying sam
ples is a very SIMPLE one.
They carry with them
pieces of cloth only and a
few coats which show the
styles into which fabrics
'will be made. Now for
years the retailer of ready
made clothes has CLAIM
ED that one must GUESS
at how garments will look
after they are finished at
the tailor's, which is PRE
. CISELY the thing that HE
must do when HE is guess
ing for YOU. At the mer
chant tailor's you use your
, OWN judgment. You have
. the opportunity not only of
'selecting FOR YOURSELF,
but, moreover, you can
have the ORIGINAL de
sign of the garment chang
ed AS OFTEN AS YOU
PLEASE before it is fin
ished. You CAN'T do this
with ready-made or cheap
ly tailored clothes without
SPOILING their first
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J. B. ZIMMER & SON
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morning at 6 o'clock, services sug
gested by the beautiful bible story of
the women early in the morning -oi
the third day going to the sepulcher of
Christ with spices and ointments, to
honor their Lord and Master. The
custom is a beautiful one and is being
adopted more and more in all churches.
At the First Methodist church the
Epworih league will be in charge of
the services, which will begin at, C
o'clock and the other churches which
will bold services are Trinity Episco
pal, Zion and First Swedish Lutheran
churches, Spencer Memorial Methodist,
South Park Presbyterian, anil Broad
At South ark t IiimiH.
At the South Park Presbyterian
chinch music will be a feature of
the sunrise service and will
be furnished by a male quartet;
tliej'e will also be u violin duet ly
Charles Olson and Elliott Oukes ,t
Davenport and Miss Olive Berger will
give an Easter reading. Rev. W. '.!.
Oglevee will preach a short Easter
sermon. Easter services will also be
held at (this cjiurch in the evening at
7:3(, when the male quartet will again
sing and Mr. Oglevee will speak.
Cuntata nt KlrKt Mrtlioilixt linr-h.
The feature of the services at the
First Methodist church tomorrow will
be the musical programs. At the even
ing services an Easter cantata, "The
Prime of Life," by John Spencer Camp,
will be given by an augmented choir
under the direction of Mrs. A. E. Wil
liams, with Miss Bessie Noftsker at
the oigan. The program of the morn
ing services will be as tolows:
Organ Volutary, "Pilgrim's Chorus"
(Wagner) Miss Bessie Noftsker.
Aposiles' creed; prayer.
Anthem, "Sing with All the Sons ;if
Glory" (Marzo) Choir.
Responsive Reading, Easter Psalte-.
Offertory, "The Prayer" (Boelmann)
Miss Bessie Noftsker.
Reception of probationers.
Vocal Solo, "Immortality" (Shep-
pord) Mrs. A. E. Williams.
Sermon, "An Easter Meditation"
Dr. R. B. Williams.
Benediction and postlude.
The program for the evening service
and cantata is as follows :
Organ Volutary, "Offertoire, E flat"
(Batiste) Miss Noftsker.
Prayer Rev. R. B. Williams.
Responsive Reading, "Psalter 37."
Offertory, "Allegretti Grazilso"
Bass Solo Thomas Hawkes.
"1 tie isntomument ononis. ppvpnfol.l Amn Art him
Alto Solo. "The Prayer of Mary Recessional, Hymn 121. "The
Mrs. A. E. Williams. I Strife Is O'er, the Battle Done."
Chorus. "Setting the Watch." ! iira.ia, Matin s-rvi.-i.
Duet, "Prophetic Promises" Misi , T1e sunrLs(, llu.e,iln, at Broadway
Jonassen, Arthur Jonassen. '. ... , ... , .... . .....
(iiiiniii win lie iifiu in !).." in ( in"
Sunday school room and will lie con
. ducted by Geor.ue ('. Blakslee.
I The program will include the read
ing of an Easter prayer by Miss Sarah
l Montgomery and the 'following inu-
tin m 1 ir-r
-Mrs. Williams; chorus; soprano sola.) ..... ' ...w,.lli; ....
Mrs. Hinkley; tenor solo. Mr. Stoaks. , v ,,. .,..,,,. '
I "The Glorious Daw.n" (Brown) A, Anthem, "Now Is Christ Risen" "The Children's Prayer" Emma An-
A. Burt. (Ashford) Chorus Choir. deregg. -
Scripcure Lesson, (Matt. 10:1-22)
At tbe Cburob of Today. I
The nroeram of services for tomor-. Dr. H. W. Reed.
row morning at the Church of Today Hymn, "'leu the bweet Story of
at the Illinois theater. Dr. Hedlev Hall. Jesus" (191) Choir and congreg
pastor, will be as follows:
Trio. "Romance" (Silt) Mrs. Flor-
enc& FriesLat-Lee, violin; Hugo Toil.
comet; Miss Olga Junge, piano.
Silent invocation. ' -Selections
from inspired books.
Trio, "FiukUngphid" (Sitt).
Baritone solo. "Could I?" (Tosti)
Prayer Pastor. k
Anthem. "The Resurrection" (Shel
ley ) Chorus Chfir.
Offertory, Anda ..e (Read) Miss
Anthem. "My Redeemer Lives"
(West) Chorus Choir.
Sermon, "Is the Voice of the Peo-
Accompaniment: Violin, cornet, piano H ' .
Robert Lynch. . 1 i..,ln .i irnnr "n tim Vr.in r
Announcements. My Savi'or.. ( ,Clioir and con-
Solo, violin, "Reverie" (Vieuxtemps) gregtion.
Mis. Floreme, Freistat-Lee. j Benediction Dr. II. W. Reed.,
Hymn, 'Infinity." Postlude, "Festival March" (Kroe-
A(i.iis. -botKing me Living Among ger) Miss Young.
tin- Dead" HeUley Hall. B. D.
Postlude, March (Selected)-
' Sai'rrtl Heart t'ntbollc.
The program of services at the
Zion Lutheran church" tomorrow
Easter will be celebrated at Sacred morning at G o'clock will be as fol-
ileart Catholic church with a low mass lows:
at 8:20 and a high mass at 10:..0 a.m., Organ prelude, "Pilgrim's Chorus"
with Rev. J. F. Lockney, celebrant ,( Wagner) Miss Cervin.
Father Stephens of St. Louis, a pas-j Chorus, "Oh Joyous faster,"
sionist father, as deacon, and Father (Schwecker ) Choir.' '
Fabian, a passionist father of St. Responsive reading at the altar.
Louis, as sub-deacon. Father Stephens Solo, "Easter .Day," (August Lag
will preach the sermon. At the high ergren) Miss Hilda Englund.
mass the full choir of IS voices will! The gospel lesson and creed,
render Rosewig's third mass in E flat, Hymn Congregation.
wKh Miss Annie Oakes at the organ. Song, "Christ Is Risen." (Wach
Following Is the program in order: iman) Choir.
Kvrie eleison Miss Alice Gruen.' Sermon Rev. E. K. Jonson.
"The Children's Promises" Lola
Imes., ' . . -. --
Address by Rev. William Schoenig.
Song by the school. 'v. ;
Kpwortb lacne SerIr. .
In the evening the Bpworth league
will have charge of the services and
the following Easter program will be
Song by the congregation. . 1
Prayer by Rev. W. Hillmer.
Song by tbe choir.
Recitation H. Hillmer.
Declamation Mrs. William Schoe
Song by the choir.
Essay Emil Hillme.r. ."
Song by the choir. ' ' '
Declamation Miss Pauline Trenken
Song by the choir.'
Essay Hermann Kowallis.
Song by the congregation.
George Caufield and chorus.
Offertory, Melody by Guilmant
Gloria in excelsis; Qui tollis Alice M'iss Cervin.
Froni painting: by- I'loeklinrst.
At S o'clock there will be the low Away My Lord.'
celebration of the holy communion Chorus, "O Death! Where Is Thy
and at 10:4r there wil be morning Sting?"
prayer and communion. j Finale, chorus, "Blessing and
The order of services for the lalt?,- Honor."
hour is as follows: j Sermon. "The Fruits of the Resur-
Oi-gau. Trelude . .. .Selected ret tion" Dr. V. S. Marquis.
Processional. Hymn 112, ''Jesus Is j Memorial ( i.rit.an hnrHi.
Risen Today." a special Eaer service will be
Anthem '.'Christ Our Passover.". . ! given at the Memorial Christian
Steele church in connection with (lit- Snn-
T. Morley tiay school at i:;!0 tomorrow morn
. Mietzki ing. There will be a special program
. ..Roboli of songs, recitations and readings.
The regular church services will be
j held at 10:15 and will be in the na
ture of an Easter celebration. In the
I evening the annual Easter concert
Solo, "Glory to God" . . .
E. E. Russell.
Hymn" 118, "At the Lamb's High
Feast We Sing."
Hymn 116, "Angela
Custanco wul be given by the ladies chorus of
Eyre uu church assisted by Lyle Utts, a
Roll the Rock j boy soprano of Davenport who has
i a beautiful voice. Charles A. Hoge,
Green and chorus.
Credo; Qui propter Joe Kelley.
Et in carnatus est Mae I .all iff.
Et iterum George Caufield.
Et in spirirum Joe. Smith.
Offertory, "The Wondrous Dawn"
(Brown) George Caufield.
Sanctus William Ford and chorus.
Benedictus Joe Smith. Mamie Caj-
fiold, Alice Green
Hymn and benediction.
Speial high mass will be said at
the services at 10: tu and the choir
will sing several Easter songs. In
the evening at 7 o'clock the Sunday
school will hold its Easter festival
and, give a program of recitation,
songs, duets, etc.
t;raor Lutheran Churrh.
At Grace Lutheran church tomorrow
Solo. "The Shenhenl Kins" (Vernel morning Rev. I. O. Nothsteiu will
Miss Alice Green. preach a special Easter sermon on the
Agnus Dei George Caufield, Ali?e theme "The Resurrection Angel's Mes-
Green. and chorus. 'sage" and there will be special Easier
Recessional Organ. 1 music. The evening services will con-
T hemembers of the choir are: . sist of the rendering of a cantata en
Scpranos Miss Mae Lahiff, Miss titled "Gethsemane to Olivet" by r.n
Mamie Caufield. Miss Alice Gre in, j augmented choir. The pastor will de
Miss Loretta Quir.n, Miss Mamie Find-' liver a short address. on the subject
ling, Mrs. Louis Scovel. ("The Hope, the Glory and the Power
Altos Miss Alice Green, Miss Lor- in the Risen Christ."
IN THE CHURCHES
"The Angel at the Sepulcher" Wo-
man's chorus; tenor solo, Mr. Jonas
sen; mixed chorus.
Tenor Solo, "ThevRisen Christ" Ar
Alto Solo. "The Meeting at Gallilee'
Chorus. "The Ascension; quartet;
The members of the choir are as fo.
Offertory anthem. King of Kings bass and Harry O..Driggs tenor. The
Simper chorus is under the direction of Mrs.
i Sanctus Eyre y. Reimers and Frank Freistat
Benedictus Eyro wjll be at the organ. The program
Agnus Uei . . . . Eyre for this service is as follows:
(.loria m Excelsis Lyre Organ Voluntary, Prelude. Andante
In v, (Silas) Frank Friestat.
Victory (Gabriel Chorus.
Anthem, "He in Tears that Sow-
Clh" (Hiller) Chorus.
1 Scripture Lesion,
i Soprano solo, "lmmortality"(Shep
!perd) Miss Ruth West.
Anthem, ( Fugue style) "If Ye then
be Risen with Christ" (Foster)
' Soprano solo. "O for the Wings of
a Dove," ( Mciulclssohn ) Master
' Lyle Ftts.
Quartet "i hey Have Taken Away
My Lord" (Harrington) Mrs. Rei
mers, Miss Karr, Harry Driggs C. A
Anthem, "Listening Angels" (Stai-
etta Quinn, Mrs. Ed Caufield, Miss
Tenors Joseph Smith, James Con
don, William Ford, John McCarthy.
Bassos George Caufield, Joe Kol
ley.. William Francks, William Mc
Carthy. I lrst ItautiMt thurrli.
Attractive services have been ar
ranged for both 'morning and evening
services at the First 'Baptist church.
At the morning services the following
program wHl be given:
Organ Prelude, "Awakening" (En-
gelman) Miss Alwida Young.
Anthem, "Lift Up Your Voices"
(Parker) Chorus choir.
Lord's Prayer Pastor and congre
Hymn 44G, "Hark, Ten Thousand
Harps and Voices" Choir and con
Scripture Lesson, (Luke 24:13-35)
and Prayer Dr. H. W. Reed.
Vocal selections, "Fight to Win,"
(Ashford), "Ashamed of Jesus,'
(Townc), "Christ Arose." (J.owry)
l Rock Island Male Quartet.
Ilri:nlna.v I'rcxlij trrian.
Special Easter services will be held iK.r) Chorus.
Offertory, Ofiertorio (Petroli).
Duet. "Lead Kindly Light" (Lan
contralto and tenor Miss
Karr and Harry Driggs.
I at Rroudwav PriKhv'rri:in flinrch ti-
Sopranos Miss Bertha Jonassen. morrow at c::;o a. m.. at 10:45 a. m..
.vtrs. ttomer riuiKiey. .uiss wmn on- an( at 4 p m At t)u. 4- Sprvil,H , .
it-spie, iit,s Ionian iviit-jr, mis wi"- ir. y. S. Marquis will preach on the
: t i -T:,.n l ; n.,;.,inn . ... . .
tM inc nuBciiru,, ns ii.c v.,..a.., uieine ".lesus ana the Rcsui rtK t ion. ' ; Trio, "Holy Redeemer" (Marchet-
.wiss ieu Aiuiuigt;, ivuss iua rs. Kdia Lund will sing "I Know ti) Chorus.
Miss Marian Hazard. Miss Jennie Col- that My Redeemer LI vet h" from! Solo, "Tlie Lord of Life" (Cad
lins, Miss Golda Erford, Miss Millicent Handel and the choir will sing ' man I Lyle I'lls.
hpencer, auss uenevieve camper, ai- "lignt Uiittenng .Morn Bedecks the, Anthem, "Lift Your Heads" (Ash
tos Miss Ruby Williams, Miss Bessie Sky," by Parker. At 4 p. m., an ford) Quartet, Ly'.e Ftts and chorus.
Heeler, miss Clara KeuicKer, auss Mary eastern praise service win oe given Benediction
JJickman, Miss Elizabeth Clarke, Mus aim me cantata l ne i resurrection j Postlude, March Solcnnelle, (Le-
Clara Schindler, Mrs. Thomas Hawkes; will be sung by the choir composed maigre)
The members of the ladies chorus
Mrs. John Taylor. Bass Thomas of the following members:
Hawkes. L. C. Daugherty, W. L. Tall- j Miss Edla'Lnnd. soloist.
man. Harry Fulmer. Harvey Rich. Mr. Alto misses t. nariotte aiattison.
Younc. J. C. Briees. Mr. Honkins. ' Pansy uiakemore. Kosabeile btewart, )ewey, Zoe Blecker. Lulu Albrecht
Tenors Arthur . Jonassen, Robert Eleanor scon, L,unaquisi ana airs. Georgia King, Cora Swisher, Ruth
Cloudas. Homer Hinklev. A L. Bru-! lv,ani" West, Grace Wright and Violet
Soprano Mrs. Reimers, Gertrude
ner, Bert Stoakes, Elbert Fulmer.
Knntrr Program by Sunday School
Soprano Misses Nellie Collins,
Beryl Titterington. Margaret Mont-
, Alto Bertha Karr. Mrs. II. C
Soprano Solo, "From Gloom to iandschuh
At the German Methodist church to
morrow morning at 9:30 the Sunday
school will give an Easter program.
At 10:20 services will be held and
Rev. William Schoenig, the pastor, will
deliver an Easter sermon on the theme,
"Who shall roll us away the stone
from the door of the grave?"
The program for the Sunday school
festival is as follows:
Organ Prelude by the organist. Miss
Song by the school.
Song by the choir.
Sunday school lesson read by the
Song by the school.
"The Cross on Calvary" Miss Annie
"It Is Finished" Martha Hass.
Joseph of Arimathea" Henrietta
oervicwe. in tee various entireties wlU
19 held as follows tomorrow:
Zion Swedish Lutheran, Forty-Ofth
itreet and Seventh avenue. Rev. 3. K.
Jonson, pastor. Services at 6 and
1:45 a. in. and 7: 3D p. m. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m.
Grace English Lutheran, corner Forty-fourth
street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Luther league at
C:45. Topic, "The Light of Hope."
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:3(1 p. m.
Morning theme, "The Resurrection An
gel's Message." Easter cantata in the
Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth strt-et and Fourth avenue. Rev.
8. G. Hagglund, pastor, Sunday school
at 9:15 a., m. Services at 10?45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. E. D.
Mennicke, pastor. Services at 11 a. ni.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical, Ninth street.
jetween Fifth and - Sixth avenues.
ttev. F. J. Rolf pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. ni.
and 7:30 p. m. English services in
Memorial Christian, corner ot Third
tvenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. W.
B. Clemmer, pirstor. Bible school at
3-?0 a. m. Junior C. E. at 2:30 p. in.
Y. P. Christian Endeavor society at
C:45 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. Morning theme, "Christ
Second Christian, corner Sixth street
tnd Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school
it 9:15 a. in.; George H. Hull snperin
Glory" (Giebel) Miss Luella May
Crissman, with violin obligato. by
Miss Ruth Johnson.
Offertory. Andante in (5, (Batiste)
Anthem, "The Lord of Life Is Ris
en" (Buck) Chorus Choir.
Sermon, "The Recognition of the
Real Christ" (John 20:28) Dr. H.
Hymn 450. "All Hail the Power r.r
Jesus' Name" Choir and congrega
tion. Benediction Pastor.
Postlude in G, (Read) Miss!
The evening program will be as
Organ Prelude. "Canzone" (Har
ris) Miss Alwida Young.
"Jesus In the Sepulcher"
"The Watchman at the Sepulcher'
. Miss Amelia Nussli.
"The Silent Night" Willie Hillmer
"The Open Grave" Bertha Ander-
Song by I he school.
"The Two Angels from Heaven"
"The Women at the Grave" Miss
"Woman, Why Weepest Thou?"
Miss Marie Losser.
Song by the choir.
"Mary Magdalene Saith: 'Rabboni
Miss Frieda Schoenig.
"I Know That My Redeemer Liveth
Trinity Episcopal church, .Nine
eenth street and Sixth avenue; Rev.
ranville II. ' Sherwood, rector. 3er-
ices at C a. m.. S a. m. and 10:45 a. nx,
and 7:30 p. m.
Central IVesbyterian, corner Twelfth
ttreet and Eleventh avenue. Rev. Mar
ion Humphreys, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. in. Christian Endeavor at 7
j. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30
ra- . .,
Aiken Street Union chapel. South
Rock Island. Junior Christian En
deavor at ?:30 p. m. Miss Stella Boll
man, superintendent .Sunday school
at 3 p. m. J. II. Cleland superintend
ent. . . . " ". . . . '
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Rev.
W. G. Oglevee, assistant. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Ypung people's
meeting at C a. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 4 p. m.
South Park chapel. Presbyterian,
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
In connection with Broadway Presby
terian church. Bible school at 2:30
p. m. loung peoples society, 6:45.
(Continued on Page Twelve.)
conicrv .Tosenhitie Krhnpiiler. Berth l
A lh Cnonoo- U,l..l!.t " " " " '. ' i-i w uioir waiCT, li.wia jiimu.ui
" Jonassen. Cook. Grace Woods, Alma Cora Craves, Jessie Van Arsdale, Mrs.
X " : - lAn, uutn west, Alice. Quinian, jonn- p. Xj .Patterson
oiiim iu pieacn u me uieme .ds- Boni Mrs. O. M. Myers, and Mrs. Ri-
ter Tidings," and special Easter music jey. -
will be given. In the evening the Tenor O. C. Hickman. Arthur
members of the Sunday school wt!l Jonassen.
St. JoMrpb'M f horcli I'rojirniii.
At St. Joseph's Catholic church high
, mass in F, by M. Ixiesch, will be sung
'a 10: 3f) by the full choir, composed
of fhe following members:
Tenors Messrs. Naab, Toal, Casey,
Sopranos Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Burt,
.Misses Schmidt, Campbell, Boman,
Altos Mrs. Burt, Misses Lockrey,
Bassos Messrs. Huston, Burt, Mur
give a program, which will be as fol
Song By the school.
Prayer Mrs. Boomer.
Anthem By choir..
Scripture Lesson J. A. Pauley.
Song Primary department.
Exercise Miss Eckert's class.
.Quartet Young men's class.
Piano Duet Miss Cowden's class.
Solo Mrs. Beam.
Reading Miss Viola Larrison.
Song Four boys.
Remarks H. ML McCaskrin.
Anthem By choir.
Address Rev. F. E. Shult.
Easter Offering Taken by Mrs
Song By the school.
At Trinity RpliwMinal fbnroh.
Easter will be celebrated at Trin
ity Episcopal church with three Went Out Quickly.'
morning services, the . first at C Unaccompanied chorus,
u chick, wuen noiy communion with Are They." Burt and rhnnw
.the choral; serrlf will be celebrated. Soprano solo, "They Have Taken "Agnus Dei" (Loesch)
Bass J. G. Hazard, II. E. Van
Duzer, II. E. Curtis, George Schneid
er, Mr. Curtis.
Miss Katherine Gest at the organ.
The program of the cantata is as
Prelude and chorus, "He is Risen."
PART I. THE EMPTY TOMB.
Recitative baritone. "Upon the
First rav nf the. Week "
Trio, women's voices. "Who Shall Y- Guetzmann. Normoyle, Madden.
Roll Awnv the Stone''" I Miss Marguerite Burt, organist; Kin-
Solo, alto, "God Shall Wipe .Away nev Leins, violinist, and A. A. Burt,
All Tears." director. , ;
I The nrnsram of services will be as
Recitative bariton, "But When'
mi si a. a i m
iney taine to me nace. i
Solo, tenor, "Why Seek Ye the "Kyrie" '(Loesch) Chorus.
Living Among the Dead?" I "Gloria" (Loesch) Messrs. Huston,
Chorus, "Angels, Roll the Rock Naab, and chorus.
Away." "Credo" (Loesch) Mrs. Casey, Miss
. PART II. MARY MAGDALENE. Boman, Mr. Toal, and chorus.
Recitative baritone,. "And They' Offertory, "Eastertide" (by Frank
Brackett) Mrs. Casey.
Blessed "Sanctus" (Loesch) Mrs. ' A. A,
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