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MB Scoping Time.
fffflR Keeping time In music means tho play-
UH Ins of notes In strict obedience to a
Wm rojrular bent, giving each note Us proper
BH length with a defined rate of spued. To
fll jtcep correct time means a knowledge of
Hi rhvthm. measure, movement combined
M with well developed munlcal mentality.
H In fact, the whole story of correct time
H9 lies in the montnl concentration. It s
Hi time that gives music lis true character.
H To make light of it means a succession
H of musical sounds as meaningless as a
H ftmble of words without punctuation.
HI Without rhythm, which Is really the on y
MM proper means- to express an Idea, music
HH 1 without musical Interpretation. Meter
describes the number cud nature of the
Wmm beats In a measure, that Is between the
bnr lines on tho staff. Movement often
called tempo decides the degree of slpw-
BH ness or swiftness with which a piece
M should be executed. A good system for
HI teachers to adont with young students In
H regard to lime Is to mako them count or
mm beat time away from the Instrument- li ,
mm a vivid sense of rhythm, movement and
IH tltno Is given In this way, the pupil will
mm purelv keep good time without taking
HI undue freedom with the composition,
HD Tho muFic section of the Ladies Lit-
H urnrv club will meet Wednesday aCter-
Hl noon at the clubhouse. The programme
MB will open at 2 o'clock and close at 4
WaM o'elock. The selections will no from
HI Chopin. Chib members and others iu-,
mm tercsted are invited. The programme. I
H which was arr.sngod bv Mrs. P. N. Cook I
and Miss Blanche Miller, is as follows: I
Paper. "Chopin". . . .Miss Lillian Pierce
HI Nocturne. Op. 37. No. '2
IH Mrs. 5. O. S. Ncldcn.
Ml Violin
H :l') Mtr.urka. On. 7. No. 1
mm (b) Nocturne. On. 0. No. i
H Mrs. B. F. Anderson.
HI Reading, Excerpts from Goorso Sand
IH and Liszt's; "Chopin"
mm Mrs. Frank Browning
111 Nocturne. On. 55, No. 2
IH Mrs. P. N. Cook.
IH fa") Impromptu. Op. 00, No. 4. .Schubert
Hit (h) Etude ("Butterfly) Chopin
mm Miss Ulanchc sillier.
Hi Songs '
t'a) Maiden's Wish
HI fb) Lithuanian Songs
H Mrs. .T, C. Taylor.
H (a) Berceuse Chopin
HI (b) Near tne Fountain . . .Statkowskl
Miss Lillian Phelps.
String quartette. Nocturne. Op. ?.
IH Xo- -
Wm lithol Nctt'eton.-nlano. Cecil Cow-
H din. violin: 15vn Vouugdalc.
IH clarinet; Marlon Mathews, 'cello.
Music at First Methodist.
H Following Is the music programme nr-
B3il ranged for todiCy's services nt the First
H Methodist church;
r.Milhcm. "There la a Green 11111 Far
Mm Awav" , Gounod
D Mrs. CharlOB Uallv and Choir.
mm Mass Solo, "Time and Tide" Rodney
mm Alex Eberhardt.
Wm Anthem. "Te Deum" Kotzschaur
HI Mrs. Gail Mills DJmmltt and Choir.
IH Soprano S61o Selected
mm Mis? Mac O'Neill.
Wm Choir director, Mrs. William A. "Wetz-
U c!I; organist. Mrs. J. L.ouls Strohauer.
Excellent Programme.
H Several of the well-known artists of
the city will he heard tonight fur the
Mm Twclfth-Thlrl,cnlh ward mutual lin-
HJ jMovemcnt meeting. Tho musical sce-
H lion of the programme follows:
H Tenor solo. "O .Divine Redeemer"
Wm David Reese.
HQ Soprano solo. ."Ave Maria". .... .Gounod
HH Miss Edna Evan?.
HID Violin" obllgato by Miss Eva Crawford.
H5fl -Harp solo Selected
ft Miss LVdla White.
Hal '.Baritone solo, "Bethlehem's Guiding
JCn Star" Mans
MB Hugh W. Dougall.
HM Duct. "The Lord Is My Shepherd". .Smart
HJI MIus Edna Evans and Hugh W. Dougall.
H Arrange Pupils' Eecital.
The second of a stIos of soiree musl-
H rals will li? given liv a portion of the
Soloist at St. Mary's
violin and clarinet nuplls of Gustav
Schuster at the Second ward chapel.
Seventh South and Fifth East streets.
Sunday evening. January 7. at C:'.',Q
o'clock. The programme follows:
Concerto First ..Do Bcriot
John Resell.
Chant d'Adlou. Op. fl" Langyc
Florence Roper.
Melody In G. Op. ' Gustav Schuster
""UnvMicn Miller.
Zlgeuncrslucklein, Op. ICu Ivohler
Lcroy Mcyerhoffcr.
Berceuse (from JocHyn) Godard
Marie Hodson.
111. 'J'rovatove ("Fantasia i Verdi
August .Cones.
Mocking Bird . .arr. by Gustav Schuster
Kyle McMillan.
Flora! Suit Misaud
Pupils' OreVicstra.
Honor Prof. Stephens.
Students of John T. 1 land, tenor, will
be heard at his studio Wednesday oven
ing in a rendition of Logan numbers.
Prof. Evan Stephens will be guest of
honor. The programme follows:
(a) "Were r a. Bird," from "Song
Miniatures" Logan
(b) "Lift Thine Eyes." from "Song
Miniatures" Logan
Miss Gertrude Despaln.
(a) "Sylvia" from "Cupid's Songs"..
(b) "Love's Springtime," from "Cu
pid Songs" Logan
(c) "But Why?" from "Cupid Songs"
Carl Samuelson.
(a) "Ganges Boat Song," from "Brah
min Garden"... Logan
(b) KIsima'.s Lament," from Brah
min Garden" Logan
(c) "1m. 'Tls the Hour." from "Brah
min Garden" Logan
Miss Rose Smithcn.
Famous Choir Returning.
Thr Mountain Ash Male Voice chorus,
which inadt; such a splendid impression
a I. the Salt Lake theater on November
Where Quality Goods are
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lliS next. Slneo the slnsors' appearance
liero they havo been In tho northwest
nn.d on the VaclHo const, and have won,
aa ' they did hero, Ben.ulne encomiums
from the tnuslc-lnvlnt; people. Tho
choir's appearance at tho second -recital
Is under tho ausplacs of the tabernacle
choir, the Cambrian association and the
Sons and Daughters of Wales society
The programme will include the ever
fumous "Klllarney," "De.structlon of
Gnzn," "Old Black Joe," "Tho Tyrol,"
and others. Popular prices have been dc-!
oiilcd upon and a crowded house Is looked
for. I
Music at L. D. S. Hospital. j
Joseph T'oll. chorister of the Thirty- ,
third ward, has arranged a splendid i
nuiplcal programme to ho given at the
i l. D t?. hospital this afternoon at 2 t
o'cloclc Those takln? part will he ?.Jra.
H. Klrkinan, 2lra. George C. Hneklo. Mlsa ,
Romania Hyde, Mlsx Krancvs llalm. J.
Poll. A. E. Brahy. Garden Garrett, Carl
Poll and the Liberty quartette.
Music Comment.
"Faust" recently had Us 1100th per
pormanco In Parl.
t .
Mlncha Elman. th'n great Kusslan vlo-',
Hnlst, will reside In London for tho fit- :
turo. . '
; Lorenzo Perosl, the priest compoaer of '
, Italy, has Just completed a new oratorio, i
: "Vcaporlno Oratlo." i
I i
Herbert Hodge, organist nt St. N'ioho-
las Cole abbey, England, lias recently'
given his 12S0th organ recital. Tho 12ns-;
lish surely love the organ.
Oscar Hammcr.steln has scored another
success In London with "Quo Vadls."
Two of thi? most successful members of
tbo cast were Felice Lync and Orvllle
Great teachers of violin In Hurope do
not accept all pupils who apply. Tliey
do nol conduct violin teaching as a busl- '
ness, but as an art. It Is often a mat
ter of surprise to Americans that the
European teachers will not consider 1
money hut the talent..
r f
Many compositions of Dvoruk v'.ll soon ,
bo published In I3erIIn. '
H. Constantino, the well-known tenor,
will soon take the role of an opera im
pressarlo. I Music irotcs. !
I Miss May O'Neill will be the offertory ,
soloist at 3t. Mary's cathedral today.
' An osiioyablo vivlH reritel was given
1 bv some of the pupils of Mrs Ida T.
Davis .-t her studip on New Year's even
ing Those taking part were Lynn
Ostler. Nell Officer, Mary O'Dontiell Guv
I Wight. Hoy Winter and Milton 13ack
niaii Miss Gtadys Johnson added to Use
1 nleasure of the evening with sevoral of
her own compositions, "Poems of Christ -
i mas Tlni'v" Mrs, Emily Sltrcn also de
lighted those present with two splendid
vocal numbers.
The music rendered at the Judge Mercv
Vmsplial on "Wednesday was beautifully
rendered by the choir of St. Mary's ca
Ithedral. with Miss Maggie Harh-y, Miss'
I Alice Farrcll and J. "M. Maddorn solo- I
Is la. !
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All portraits ordered not later than
December -10 are ready Tot delivery at
Tribune Art Studio, lull S. Main. Call
mornings- '
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poker. A deuls. and after the deal is
all over, whoso first bet is it? Will
you please answer this. V. O. B.
The bet is with tbe oDe who, on every
successive shoir of cards, has the high
est. If after the covered card the ono
to the left of the dealer is seen to have
the highest card in its natural order,
ho be'; if another has it on the ncit
passing out of cards he bets, and so on,
the highest card leading the bet every
Ogden, Dec. IS, 1911.
Will vou please answer following in
your valuable columns next Sunday:
1. In what eountiest of Nevada . is
Death valley and what is its area?
2. What mountain ranges surround
0. I.Tas tho United States ever made
a geological survey of tho desert; if
not. where can I get somo data about
tho desert? SUBSCRIBE!.
1. In what counties of Nevada is
but in California; it comprises in aica.
of about 200 squaro miles.
2. The Aumrzrosa range Is on the.
cast, the I'anamint range on tho west.
?. Thcro have been arious official
publications sibout this desert, which
is sometimes called tho A miirgos.T des
ert; I think that bv writing to lion.
Teoree Otis Smith, director of the geo
logical surey, or to either of our sena
tors or representatives in congress, you
could probably get such publications as
have been issued bv tho government
about fhsit region.
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Tho Celebrated Mountain Ash Male Chorus From Waler., Which Is to Appear in a Return Engagement at til !
Tabernacle Friday Night. The Noted Leader, T. Glyndwr Richards, Appears in tho Center. jl
ij Salt Lake Statistics
Marrlasc Iiiceuses.
Prod t. Wnibol. Salt balcc, and Anna
P. Swt'denliorK, Murray,.
Joseph liukavlna and Katie Ynack,
.John M. Vance. I?ly, Ncv., and Marge
St rat ion, Georsse.
Fred A. 1'etcrson and .lolionnc Niel
sen, Rlgby.
Olisixles W. Woodard. aged So years,
121 First avenue, January 0.
John Balfour, ai;cd S- years. Kast
L?rlKhlon, January C.
Itoxana. Ij. Tripp, aged years, son
oral debility, fif. North Second West
stro"!. January 5.
Isaac Horace Rstlney. Hcd i0 ycar3,
ixhaustion, HT2 I street. January 1.
Herman Krupp. St. .Marks hospital,
William G. Davis, rear K.0 Ka3t Scv
cnlh South street, girl.
Ilarrv G. Ballard, St. Marks ho:;pIla.l,
James P. HiilLnian. "J2-1 South Third
TOast street, slrl.
Krod H. Worslcy, 32 South Third tist
slrcet. boy
Chail?a Frederick Pinl'.crton, 10S0 bee
ond avenue, slrl.
William Pischel, 1011 LCast South 1 cin
pl street, hoy.
John Twlp;s Gabbol, io-IT S-juUi Weal
Temple street, boy.
Vein A. Culver, St. Marks' hopltal.
Inidley Warner Gallacher, L'G3 West
Second "North street, hoy.
Klelc.her McDonald, rear CIS West Sev
enth Sou t?i street, girl.
Frederick William Buckley, rear 3P.S
East Sixth South street, boy.
Real Estate Transfers.
William Konlcr and wife In Kimball
& Richards Building -'o.. lots 17
and IS. Lock wood 4 1
William Lccfrett to William G.
I'rawford, part oC lot I. block SI.
ten-acro plut A 2,000
BriKlisun F. Price to Cluirlen J.
Ford, psirl of section "1. town
ship I south. rnsr 1 oast 00
Karollne Konp and husbsind lo
David W. I'olbsicr. lot IS, hloek
I, Forest Dale 2,500
Alex Golh.-ith to Ralph S. Rounds.
mining clalmy 1
New Books lor Library
The foliowlny forty books will be add
ed to the public library Monday. Janu
ary s. 1012:
Miscellaneous ESsirlholoniow, Literary
and Historical Atlas of Europe; Archer,
Theatrical World, 3 vols.: Benson. John
Ruskln; Charcot. The "Why Not" in the
Antarctic; Cooper, Craftsmanship of
Wrltlns; Curtis. Around the Black Sea;
EIr.e. Life of Lord Byron ; Kmcrson, Jour
nals, vols. S and 6; Fergusson. Adven
tures, Sport and Travel on tho Tibetan
Steppes: Franck. Four Months Afoot In
Spain; Huebnor. Property Insurance;
Spalding, America's National Game;
Stoney, Practical Points In Nursing;
SwIU. William Lloyd Garrison; Thomas,
Memoirs of Theodore Thomas.
Italian Cavallottl, II Cantlco Del Can
tlcl; Serao. II Fnene dl Cuccagna.
Spanish La Madre Naturalcra
Fiction Demurest. Nobodj's, Hayes.
iMan or Clay; Kipling, Rewards and
Fairies; MsiscHcld, Streets of Today; Os
hourne. Person of Some Importance;
Quick, Yellowstone Nights; Vaka, In the
Shadow of Islam.
Children's Books Coombs. Vouu? Cru
soes of the Sky. Davenport. Likable
"'hap. Foster. Cookery for Little Girls;
Foster. Sewing for Little Girls: Fouchor.
Stories lo Read and Tell; Lee. Sophomore
Co-cd. Mason, Tom Strong, Washing
ton; Scout; Milton, Scotland; Reynard,
the Fox; Roulet, Indian Folk Talcs.
Knights Arrange Lectures. Mfe
J'rofcssor Madderu of H Hallows cm
lepe will address lh Kniqhts of ColUM
bus at their hall nel. Tuesday evcnliiWj
and on ilie lollowin Tuesdav ,Ianu?M?
lfl. F. I (.hillasrner. inanaslns: cdltw
of The Tribune, will speak Profcsajt
Maddern's tneine will bo 'The "'vW
vidual's Responsibility to a PcrF0t
God.'' Mr. Ga Hasher's subject will Hi
"A Twentieth Centurv F.volutlon." Otn(J;
lectures will be Riven during tho
I Return Appearaacg
1 o! file
Under auspices of the Tabernacle Choir and Welsh
Music lovers will still remember the brilliant
success scored by this chorus at its last appearance
in the Salt Lake Theater,
Prices, 25e and 5c

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