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THE TKEWASB1NGTONIIERALD WASHINGTON W ASHINGT QN HERALD SUNDAY S SUNDAYNOVEHB1190G Ul DAY NOVEMBER 25 2 1900 5
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BLANCHE BLANCHEBATES BLANCHEBATESBy BA TES TESBy
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By MARIE B SCHRADER
TIter was sow in the t e air tr there thereSflOW WAS TVRSsnow WASsnow
snow OR n the ground grou TJ T1M Tb flitkes 1keE sifted siftedhera siftedhere stItedhere
here 1M d tfcr tlMre Into white chilly piles pilesTh plIWJThey JtIo3 JtIo3They
Th They y forced thems UeMM1v88 lve through throa the In Inviting InvtUag Invittag ¬
viting e ebink chinks iRk4s of f the l 10 eIy n ly eablR < Wn perched perchedway Jrehedway Perchedw7
way up on oi the t 6 npeontatns ntalnl crest cre t Th Thwind The TheWincl Thewind
wind whiatted mad nd shrieked in falsetto falsettotones fals falsettoi tto ttotones
i d tones that penetrated to the bone Every Everyone Everyone Everyone
one who listened to the slamming of the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door sad shutters and watched watc ed the sway swayIng SW8Ylng swayIng
Ing of the calico bed curtains hoped he d that thatall thatall thatalt
all would be well that night and yet yetdramatic yetd yetdramado
dramatic d interest provoked an ardent de desire desire dasire ¬
sire that something would happen It Itwas Itnot Itus
was not long before one of the greatest greatestblizaartte greateatbUuenis greatestblIzids
blizaartte which ever swept the Sierras Sierraswas SierrasW88 Sierrasws
was tat full blast on the stage of the theBelaaeo theB8IMeo theBelaico
Belaaeo Theter Th The very opening of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the door sent snt the shivers down ones onesback onesback onesback
back Without was the ice lee the biting bitingwind bitingWind bitingwind
wind the poe with its 1t guns which whichdid whlcbdId whichdid
did not hesitate to loudly proclaim their theirthirst theirthll8t theirthirst
thirst for prey in the thepent person n of Ramarrez Ramarrezthe RamrretlMf Ranirrezth4
the road roe agent Inside I > slde the cabin was waslight wuJlght waalight
light and warmth and humanity Idealized idealisedby ldealtadby Idealizedby
by lore Jo e into its highest t type The Girl Girlwas GirlWas Girlwas
was nature itself as God made it It She Shespoke Shespoke Shespoke
spoke ber mind her heart her soul in a afashion 8fa afash1ot
fa fashion which would make those stran strangers strange strangera ¬
gers ge u to > their Creator seek the comfort of ofHis ofHis ofHis
His omnipotence oaud What a sham life in inth Inthe Inth
th the But et ae aeemed med to be This Girl with withher withher withher
her rod dress and honest face face was true truewonmBhood truewODJlUlhoocl trU trUwomnIood
wonmBhood in all its reality realityTn realityIn realityIn
In a ttttfe while it was all over The Thetense Thetenq ThetenNe
tense flramaUe climax C eftMa IUX had been passed passedand JNl56Gdand peeedand
and the Girl played poker winning winningherelf wlnnlagnerelf wlnniaghertlf
herelf and the other man by way w of ofstakes atstake ofstakee
stakes Flushed ed with tb the excitement of ofii of1le ofIC
ii 1le IC seene and affected by the number of ofcurtain ofurtala ofurtain
curtain calls calla the Girl in the person per n of ofBlanche otBlanc ofBInche
Blanche Blanc Bates hastened through the thefa1lea thefalimi tfa tfafallen
fallen snow to h her r cosy dressingroom dressingroomwhere drM dreseIngrOoflwhere lngroomwhere
where sb b had an alcohol rubdown and andprepared andprepllRd andprepszed
prepared for the schoolroom scene Her Hercolored Hercolond Hercolored
colored maid Carrie who has been with withh withbfr withhr
h bfr r for seven en years Y showed bowed h her r the let lettfrs lettrs lettrs
tfrs trs telegrams teJesra teIrams and packages which had hadarrived hadarriftd hadarrived
arrived emitter in the evening even lag for up to tothat tothat tothat
that time the star had been too busy to tonotice tonotice torotke
notice such things Mr Belasco had hadthoughtfully hadt hadthohttufly
thoughtfully t h tuDJ provided a breathing breathID spell spellso
so Q that the the Girl might recuperate from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tremendous ending of the second act actMiss utMIa actMI
Miss MI Bates wu in high hI h good humor humorOn humorOff hamorcrr
On the stage sue Is more like a school schoolgirl sebOotgirl schooigirisu
girl girisu on a holiday than anything else Those Thoseconnected Thoseconnected e eCOlJIHet
connected COlJIHet l with the Belasco CO love her for forh forhfr forhr
h hr > r shapttcity and lack of affectations affectationsPhe afCectAtloNlfhe atectatlonsthe
the hi one of the few of whom it may be betruly Betruly betruly
truly said that success iuue has in no way wayturned wayS 87 87tumed
S turned her head Every year when she shebegins sbebeglu shebegliis
begins her New York engagement Mr Mriviasco Mrp MrBeleeco
iviasco p aaco offers e ers her tbe use u of three or four fourdrrntunv tourd fourdreing
drrntunv d rooms JOOID8 but she modestly reserves reservesonly reeerveonly reeervosDnIy
only one for her own ue She dresses dresseswith drl8lMlwIth dreeseewith
with the greatest tnt simplicity ad celerity celerityher celeritybfr celerityr
her r one desire being be to get et out and take takethe takethe tak takthe
the fresh air as soon as possible after her herwork herwork herwork
work is done doneHow doneu done1Tow
u How fortunate I am to find you 0 alone aloneI
I said said by way of restIng grestmgMiss sreet sreetM restIngMies
Miss Bates Bat Bate looked at me quizzically QtriaxteaUyand qut quizzicallyand lcaHr lcaHrand =
and said Now Ie leae 5000 dOt commence commenceto
to joke So much has been written rUt and andsaid aadsaid andsaId
said about the Hf Jltt tf e of the actress etr her hersupper hersu hersuppers
supper su adsairers lrers Ac c that I believe even evenyou evesyou
you follow follo t the public idea You kaow kaowmy kaowlilY knewtiy
my tiy life how simple it is and how com completely com1etely cornpletely ¬
pletely without all 11 the glamour which whichthe whlchthe whichthe
the uninitiated would throw about it It You Youhave You1ave Youhave
have 1ave seen me leave the theater at night nightafter nightafter nightattes
after the performance You didnt no notice DUce notics ¬
tics even one o or two admirers who were werewaiting werewaitlatr werewaitta
waiting waitta for me uie did Id your you Upon my an answertag anIIWerlat answilag
swertag in the negative > she continued continuedWhat continueduWhat continuedw1t
What a glorious Ionou and altogether alt impos impossible imposIble Impossible ¬
sible existence actresses would lead if ifwo Ifwo ifw
wo w followed the routine outlined for us usby utIN neby
by UM t press and those t who think that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the stage ge is a sort of fairy land It is ismore iIJmore IsToro
more like a gold Id mine to me me and we weare wenre weare
are moat of us hardworking miners with withpick withpick withpick
pick and aa shovel straining atrath every muscle musclein
in our bodies and ever waiting for the thereal thereal thereal
real thinK Yes its like that to me meOnce meOnce meOnce
Once la a white I go to a matinee or orshopping orshopplag orshopping
shopping or take a drive Sometimes I IJrin Ijoin IJoin
join my closest friend friends for a bite of sup supper 1Mt1per supper ¬
per after the play but this is very ery un unusual unUsual unlisual ¬
usual Usual since I am generally aetterall ina b hurry to togot togr togt
got gr > t home Such is my m life There are arenone aTenOrM areflfl
none flfl of the champagne suppers and lob lobster lobster lobter ¬
ster ter parties with automobile rides in the thepark thepark thepark
park afterward I have to take care of ofniyseH ofmY8e1t ofmyself
myself for in this profession health plays playsfn playSJ1
fn J1 n important part Actresses ees
are no nostronger DOtroacer nostronger
stronger physically than other women womenbut wonhIll womenhut
but it is 1 very ery seldom that we hear of an anHotress ana anatreU
Hotress a trea being unable to appear There is ismuch ismuch Ismuch
much in realizing that what Is to be done donemust donemU8t donemust
must be so That fe half f the battle
Maay times tIzne have lv I felt too ill to report reportsomehow reportat reportat
at the t eater
but it WAIl Inevitable aDd andmhow
0 somehow mhow 1
lwan always
managed to get getw getDM
through throughDid
Did I seem in my usual spirits this thisevening thisev8ldaT thisevening
evening I aw aa so glad you did not no ¬
tice that I had been beei crying
Look at my eyes how red and swollen swollenfly swollenthey
they are All beeauae of
ae ms Butter
fly You I feel
see things so
keenly
They Theyenter Theyenter Theyenter
enter my soul 1 somehow but I
thought I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was sate in hearing Puccinis Puednl
opera ra for I
a have hav pi played y d the story o often and know knowevery knoweecy knowevery
every turn In the heart interest I felt feltthat feltthat fltthat
that I must see and hear the tb new ne Mme MmeButterfly MmeButteMIy MuseButtery
Butterfly who I had
heard s was Wuchar go gocharming sotharm1ng
charming char Well I went
and I cried my rayeyes myeye myeyes
eyes out with the result that I have a asplitting Asplitting asplitting
splitting headache heA4 cbe You wouldnt think thinkit thinkit thinkIt
it oh h no but I have You see Heare headaches headachesare heaa heaaare
are nothing when one must act Oh the thebeautiful tiNbeautUul thebeautiful
beautiful opera Mme Ime Butterfly Dutterft 1 shall shallnever shallnever shaltnever
never forget it It When Ihen Clio Cho San stood stoodby Itoadby stooiby
by the window and watched for the bus husband buband busband ¬
band who never came came the exquisite exquisitemusic exquisitemusic exqujtemusic
music without words seemed to express expressall expresall expe expeall
all the hope the longing the despair despairof deapsIof
of the deserted one A single word would wouldhave wouldhave woui wouihave
have ruined ruin it all but one had time to tothink tothink tothink
think and to listen and the pathos of the thescone theacene tJ tJscene
scone was wa raa more than human endurance endurancecould enduran enduranOQId endurancecoithi
could < stand I used up my handkerchief handkerchiefand
and the lace on my muff to dry my eyes eyesand eyesand
and then couldnt stop stopPerhaps stopPOlhaps stopPerhaps
Perhaps I shouldnt say this but Mme MmeButterfly ManeButter MineButterfly
Butterfly Butter y is my favorite of all the roles I Ihave Ihavo
have over played playedWhftt playedWhet
What of f Yo San in The Darting Dart g of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Godsr GodsrOh 004sfOh
Oh she w was s altogether different t Site Sfcewas Shewas
was a 11 Japanese and such a thing as a atwaatfcrth atwentieth
twentieth century person putting her herself herself ¬
self completely in the shoes of a Jap Japanese Japaneee Japaneet ¬
anese maWen lden who lived some years ago agois agoIs go gofs
is an impossibility Impos lbtltty I couldnt truly livethe
the character Cbo Cho San or Mnw MnwButerfly 11 11ButerJIT irn irnButerily
Buterfly was different She was tv wa aban abandoned abiLnAtOned abanLi000d ¬
AtOned by a4 American mIcan naval officer and andhad adnad andhad
had bean taught by him the ways and andlanguage andlanguaga andlanguage
language e ot > f our people She was wa closely closelyIn c eJy eJyn
In n touch with us and therefore appeals appealsto
to me more strongly Yo San was s ut utterly utterly Utterly ¬
terly apart from our civilization and it itwas it itwas Itwas
was really wonderful that Mr rr Belasco Belascosucceeded Belascosucceeded Beleacosucceeded
succeeded In making her as real as he hedid hedid heq
q did It was only by his masterly touch touchthat toucht tonobthat
that t bt an Mae gained the sympathy of the au audience Udlence andience ¬
dience for when all is said what did didshe didshe didzhe
she do to move us She betrayed her i
I
lever and then paid the price Mme MmeButterfly MineButterfly I
Butterfly Butter y Is so human She draws all allthe allthe allthe
the pity the sympathy s mpthy to her She Is so solovable 80lovable solovable
lovable so honest so real Some day I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope to play pa her nor again againYo aIKinYo agahLYe
Yo San In The Darling of th thq < Gods Gadshad Godshad Godshad
had not the nobility of character that thatCho tlu1tCoo thatCho
Cho Cho San possesses It was Quite an anordeal anordeal anordeal
ordeal I admit to play one character characterfor charaetrfor characterfor
for two years ears as I did in The Darling Darlingbut Darlingbut Darlingbut
but the play was such a success succe that Mr MrBelasco MrBelasco MrBelasco
Belasco preferred to have me continue in inIt inIt InIt
It It Besides I knew that I was to have havea
a new play playtrom from his pen at the expiration expirationof
of that time and I would play one part partfor JMlrtfor partfor
for several years in order to have a aBelasco aBelasco aBelasco
Belasco play for my reward No one can canwrite canwrite canwrite
write Belasco plays but Mr D B him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self selt and he knows how to cut and fit fitthem fitthem fitthem
them to perfection He never fails and andwe andwe andwe
we all have such confidence in his art artthat artthat artthat
that we never worry om about what is com coming comJng cornlug ¬
lug next We know that If we do what whatbe whathe hat hatb6
be wants it will be all right Its a s great greatthing greatthing greatthing
thing to have such faith as that that isnt isntit IsntIt IsntIt
it Look L ok at the list of his successes successesWhere SUCCOMeBWbere successesWhere
Where are re the failures Isnt he a awizard awizard awizard
wizard wizardAfter wizardAfter s sAfter
After Mme Butterly I love the Girl Girlof Girlof Girlof
of the Golden West West but she Is nothing nothingmore nolblagi nothingnero
i more In e than Blanche Bates dramatized so soI 80I usI
I find her very easy to play pl The Th West Western Wtern Westens ¬
ern atmosphere also o appeals app ls to me for foryou toryou foryou
you know I am a Californian CallfornianDo CalifornianDo CalifornianDo
Do you intend playing Ibsens DollHtUSe Doll DollHaus DollHouse
House soon again Miss Bates BatesWell Bat BatesWell S SWen
Well no My new play will be ready readyfor readyfsr readyfor
for next season SeAS n and I will have ba little littletime littletime littletime
time for extra performances I love Ib Iben Jb JbSten IbfreD
freD en and Nora appeals ap als to me very strong strongly strcmgIy strongly ¬
ly I have also played Hedda Gebler GablerBy GeblerBy GeblerBy
By the way I saw a magnificent m gnlfiCAnt perform performance performance performance ¬
ance of that play Just a few days ago agowhen agor agowhen
r when the Russian actress Mme Nasi NuImova Nasiinova Nasimova
mova was Hedda I have seen the play playmany playmany playmany
many times but Mme Naslmovas inter interpretation Interpretation Interpretatlon ¬
pretation was s different from all the theothers theoUMrs theothers
others I was simply fascinated by h her herShe herShe r rShe
She was unlike any actress I have seen seenShe 8e8Lh zoneShe
She h possesses such magnetism such soul soulsuch lOul8UCh soulsuch
such intelligence Her accent is very verypiquant veryplquaat verypiquant
piquant and in no way ray hampers her per performance perormanee performance ¬
formance ormanee It adds charm to it it I just
couldnt gat enough ugh of her an4 whenever wheneverI
I have the opportunity I am going to see seeher seeHr seeagain
her again againAre againAre p1n p1ne
Are e you living on your farm now Miss MissBates MissBitt MissBates
Bates BatesNot Bitt BittI BatesNot
I Not at present Dl6S8 t I stayed t G there a long longtime longUme longtime
time but when the colder weather came cameon cameon cameon
on I found It more comfortablo to be In Intown intown n ntown
town and near the theater It is not notmu notmu notmuh
mu muh h sport to be catching trains after 11 11oclock 11oclock itoclock
oclock at night I am very happy when whenon whenon whenon
on the farm The life suits me I like the thequiet thequiet thequiet
quiet the absence of all noise noi3 the peace peacefulness pcaCQfulnesa peaccfulness
fulness of It It Then there aro my dogs and andmy andrnJ andmy
my homes of which I lawn own a number for forriding forriding forriding
riding and driving purposes I ride a agreat nTeat agreat
great deal dealIt dealIt dealIt
It Is the horses the th dogs and the thecountry th thcountf thecountry
country life which Is delightful said saidMiss 51lldlU saidMiss
Miss lU Bates juy mothor laughed at me mewhen mewhen mewhen
when we moved into our apartment in intown Intown Intown
town I could not sleep ioep for several nights nightson
on account of the noise nollie Then I couldnt cQuldntget couldntget J
get enough air and I found so much muchfault muchfault i ifault
fault that she remarked Blanche maybe maybeyoud j jyoud I Iyoud
youd better go back Im all right now nowhowever nowhowever nowhowever
however and I console myself by think thinking I IIng
Ing how lonely Jonel the country is at this sea season season season ¬
son of the year yearWe yearWe yearWe
We leave for our Boston engagement engagementon I Ion
on Sunday morning morl ng and then the tour of ofthe ofthe I
the larger cities throughout the country countrycommences countrycommences countrycommences
commences I believe we reach Wash Wnshin Washlngton j jIngton
Ington in tOft some time in January and I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know I shall enjoy my visit there for I Ialways Ia1waYS Ialways
always feel at home I havent forgotten forgottenmy forgottenmy j
my stock tack days < you know and how kind kindWashiagton kindWashington j jWashington
Washington was to me then I have havemany havemany i imany
many friends whom I will be delighted delightedto
to see again againThe againThe j
The theatrical profession causes us to tobe tobe tobe
be carried here and there and to do vari various variOUS van vanone ¬
ous unexpected things It Is my opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that WiQ e are all creatures of fate My Myrule M Mrule iy iyrule
rule is to take what the gods go s send send and andI andI andI
I must say II they have been mighty good goodto goodto goodto
to HW HWA JDeA meA
A sharp bowwowwow put an end to tothis tothis tothis
this bit of philosophy philosophySh
Sh Keep still Peggy admonished admonishedMlse admonishedllJes admonishedMiss
Miss Bates B t8fl to a little white and black blackBoston blackton blackriouton
Boston < ton terrier Tb Theraa Co something the thegods thogods thegods
gods sent me that I didnt look for said saidMiss saldltIf8s saidMien
Miss Bates I had said that I would wouldnever wouldMvel wouldnever
never accept ept another dog do as a present presentand presentand presentand
and there tner is Peggy P gy and she has just got gotten gotten gotten ¬
ten Into my heart so that I cant give giveher giveher giveher
her away Carrie give me my fur hood hoodnow hoodnow I Inow
now Thats It Now Im oft for school schoolHow schooLHow
How would Vt Quld > you like to be a school schoolroarm schoolmarm schoolmaim I
maim Oh the irony of intel tate I I left leftteaching leftteaching leftteaching
teaching to go on the stage and now Mr MrBelasco MrJeIalCO MrBelasco
Belasco makes me teach school every ever evern1 everynight j jnight
night n1 ht In the week with Saturday after afternoon atttrBOOn afternoon
noon thrown in instead of taken out My j
boys are waiting waIttn for me I must go goThe j
The next xt moment I heard her pupils pupilssay i isay iY
say Y Morntn Morn In teacher and then began beganone beganon I II
one on of o the funniest funl t schoolroom scenes scenesever scenesever cenes I
ever on the stage stageNew atqeNew stageNew
I New York York November 23 1906 I
MUSIC IN WASHINGTON I
The coming ef f Camilla SaiatSaeas S4 Ute tbeforemost Uteforemost theforemost
foremost of French musicians who will Trtllgiv willV willgive
giv give V on one piano recital of Ma own compo compositions COJIIIOmtkmi coinpoultions ¬
sitions at UK Columbia Theater on MOB MOBday lORday Menday
day Deerab Deeembtr r 19 1 at 4M 431 te looked for forward tor torUd forward ¬
ward Ud to with 1th pleasure p by the musictortile musictortilepublic muetcJeYbllpublic musiclovingpublic
public of Washington WashingtonFor WashingtonFor uhtngton uhtngtonFor
For nearly two generations SaintSuns SaintSunshas SahltSUa8bas SaintSasshas
has been the leading figure fi in musical mtMriealart Jlt1Mlealart musicalart
art in Franca This most versatile mu musician JDUatelan musielan ¬
sician has held a commanding oomman lq position positionon
on the th concert C ooert stage since ISM I 50 when at atthe atthe atthe
the age of ten he grave his first concert in inParis 10Pans inParis
Paris He comes to us with 1th undfrnin undfrninished vDcUmlaWheel undimlulobed
Wheel powers and will show us what whathi to tohis Ishis
his hi conception and interpretation of his hisown bt8own hisown
own great works which are performed performedat
i at almost every oonoert and recital both bothhere Nthhere bothhere
here and abroad He received a veritable veritableovation veritableofttlon veritableovation
ovation in New York last Saturday and andSunday aJIdSundaY andSunday
Sunday Mr Edouard Ed Dethier a Belgian Belgianviolinist Belgianvtolinlst Belgianviolinist
violinist of merit pupil of Ysaye will be bethe betlM bethe
the assisting soloist soloistIt 801oIstIt soloistIt
It te seldom that any organization for forthe fori foethe
i the performing of chamber music has mat matwith metwith t ti
i with such speedy and conducive success successin meeWuhlagton successIn
in Washington as that last winter enjoyed enjoyedby eI Oyedi enjoyedby
i by the Boston Symphony Quartet which whichgave whichgave hteh htehI
I gave a series of three concerts in the theballroom tlMI theballroom
ballroom ball1 Om of the New Wiliard Hotel This Thisyear TII TIIyear Thisyear
I
year a series of three afternoons of ofchamber ofehamber ofchamber
chamber music is to be given As s last lastyear lastyeu lastyear
year they will 111 be held in the New Wil Wiliard Willard Witlard ¬
lard ballroom bttJlr om and the first is scheduled scheduledfor scbednledtor scheduledfor
for Wednesday December 5 at 4 oclock oclockNo oclockNo oclockNo
No change in the personnel of the thequartet theQuartet thequartet
quartet has been made this year Prof ProfWillie ProtoWillie ProfWillie
Willie Hess s concert master of the Boston BostonSymphony BostonSymphony BostonSymphony
Symphony Orchestra is still the leader leaderand leaderaDd leaderand
and first violin SOUn of the quartet and the theother tbeother theother
other members are Mr Otto Roth second secondviolin secondviolin d dYlottn
violin Emil Ferir viola viola and Hetnrich HetnrichWamke HetD HeinrichWaruke h hWanke
Wamke violoncelloThe violoncello violoncelloThe SOloncelioThe
The assisting artist will be Mr Hiram HiramG
G Tucker of Boston pianist who with withmembers withmembers withmembers
members of the quartet will play Dvorak DvorakQuartet DvorakQuarlet DvorakQuartet
Quartet ia b B flat t major opus 87 87The SfThe 7 7The
The first public concert co rt of the season seasonby MILnby seasonby
by the Washington Saengerbund will be beheld 1Mheld beheld
held this evening at the National Thea Theater Theater Theater ¬
ter The Saengerbund S engerbund Mr Xaader must musical mustcal 1HII 1HIIcat ¬
cal director will be assisted by Miss MissBlanche M MBlanche MI MIBlanche
Blanche Duflleld Du leld soprano Mr Max Ben Bendix BeIadlx Bendlx
dix dlx violinist and the United States Ma Marine loarine Marine ¬
rine Band Orchestra OrchestraThe orcbest OrchestraThe
I IThe
The third popular concert will be giv given glyen glven ¬
en by the Hakemann Concert Orchestra Orchestrathis Orcbe8trathis Orchestrathis
this evening at the Belasco Theater Theaterwhere TAeAterwhere Theaterwhere
where light and tuneful music will wiltrendered be berendered berendered
rendered by these soloist players playersThe pl8yersThe playersThe
The Washington ra hington Choral Society an announces announees announees ¬
nounees their concerts for the th coming comingwinter comingwinter comingwinter
winter The society will sing theMes UieMe3siah Uteesstu theMesslat
slat during the Christmas holidays the thesecond Ute8Cnd thesecond
second concert in March Is particularly particularlyinteresting parUeuharlTIntere particularlyInteresting
interesting Intere tlng and will include old Hebrew HebrewGreek HebrewGreek HebrewGreek
Greek Catholic Roman Catholic and andProtestant andProts andProtestant
Protestant Prots tant Church music The third con concert CODcart eoncent ¬
cert in May will be devoted to the produc production production prodtclion ¬
tion of AMa Verdi VerdI at which time Urn the theorganization Uteorganization theorganization
organization will be assisted as hlted by the Bos Boston Boston Buston ¬
ton Festival Orchestra aDd prominent prominentsoloIsts
soloists soloistsThe 801018The soloIstsThe
The Choral Society enters upon Its Itstwentyfifth ItstwentytiCth Itstwentyfifth
twentyfifth twentytiCth year with these concerts and andan andan andan
an enjoyable series is to be expected expectedRehearsals expectedRehearsa expectedRehearsals
Rehearsals J are held on Monday 1Ilonc1a evenings eveningsat evenln evenlnat
at the George Washington University As Assembly Aa Aaembly
sembly Hall and the chorus is well se selected selected selectod ¬
lected and making fine progress progressMiss progrell8llisfi progressMls
Miss Mls Georgia E 11 Miller director of the theVirgil theVirgil theVirgil
Virgil Clavier Piano School will spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the Thanksgiving holidays hollda s in Richmond Richmondwith Richmondwith Richmondwith
with her cousin Mrs T M 11 Cuilingsworth CuilingsworthThe
The second students meeting of the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Music and Dramatic Art Artknown ArtkDOWI Artknown
known as the Unchuld Club was heW hek1lut hek1lutFriday last lastFriday InstFriday
Friday in the parlors of the institution institutionThe institutionThe InstitutionThe
The cantata Song of Thanksgiving Thanksgivingto
to be sung at St St Johns Episcopal Church ChurchSixteenth ChurchSlxte6 ChurchSixteenth
Sixteenth Slxte6 th and H streets Tuesday even evening evening evenlag ¬
ing December 4 premises to be of great greatiatereat greatlatent greatInterest
latent ac most of the soloists are well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known Miss Flora A Jackson is a pupil pupilof pupilor pupilof
of Mr H H Freeman organist and andchoirmaster andchoirmaster andchoirmaster
choirmaster of the church and has a acharming aehArming acharming
charming soprano voice Mrs Charles H HHenney HHenney HHenney
Henney needs no introduction as she has h8sdelighted hasdelighted j
delighted her hearers for some years ears past pastwith p8stVt1th pastwith
with her beautiful contralto singing Mr MrB 1rB MrB
B Alen Terrell comes from New York YorkCity YorkCft YorkCity
City Cft He is tenor soloist at St 51 Johns and andhe adbe andhe
he and Mr T H H Payne the bass in that thatchoir thatcnolr thatchoir
choir both have excellent voices Mr An Anton Anton Anton ¬
ton Kaspar violinist will assist in the therendition therendition therendition
rendition of the cantata cantataOn cantataOn cantataOn
On Friday Frida November 30 Mme J Bsj Bsjputa Es Espula Esputs
puts Daly Df Y and Mr Norman Daly will willentertain willentortaln willentertain
entertain at their sixth studlo stu llo musicale jwuslealeof mU lcae lcaeof
of the season 1 and will read articles of ofS ofS ofS
S C Bennet and Fanny Edgar Thomas
from Musical Courier which are of ofgreat orgreat ofgreat
great value to students stucleJI Those e who will willasstot wUlt willassist
assist t Mme Daly on Friday and during duringtbe duringthe i ithe
the entire season are MIMes Marie M MKentt MI MIKenU Mi MiKentt <
Kentt Janet Hayes Louise Erhardt ErhardtAnna ErhardtnDIL ErhardtAnna
Anna nDIL Slack Edwinetta Schroeder Kath Kathryn Kath17n Kathryn
ryn Masterson Mrs NI Johnstone Mrs MrsMorse MrgI Mrgor MrsMorse I
Morse or e Messrs M Charles Black and Robert RobertPatterson Ro RobertPatternen rt rtPatterson
Patterson Mr Fritz Muller solo cellist cellistof cellistof I Iof
of the Marine Band Orchestra will also alsoassist alsoat alsoassist
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day December 1 to be heM at the school schoolin schoolJ2I schooll3
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music at the Elks lka memorial service to be betv begives I Igives
tv gives Sunday December Decena r rThe 3 3The 2The
The Philharmonic Quartet sang at the theconcert theconcert j jconcert
concert given by tbs tb Mens Club of ofTrinity orTrlDlty ofTrinity
Trinity M E E Church last Monday even even1D evenlag
lag 1D and was the subject of o much favor favorable favorable i iable
able comment commentMiss CCJ1DIIafttMarpret commentMise
Miss Margaret Veltch gave a charming charmingInformal charminginformal i iinformal
informal musicale at h her r studio 1214 F F8treet Fstreet
1 street Thursday TAUnd Thunpdayafternoon afternoon She was as asstated asMated I
stated by Mr B Frank Gebest pianist pianistwho pianistwho pianistwho
who played ia his usual good style t le Mrs MrsWalter M MrsWalter s sWalt
Walter Walt Patterson was a a sympathetic ac accompanist Iecomt a acomst ¬
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Miss Margaret Upcraft who was wasteacher wasteacher i iteacher
< teacher of music at the National Cathe Cathedral Cathedral i idral
dral School for Girls last season has gone gonei goneabroad goneabroad
i abroad and wilt take a two years oars course coursem courselit ourBe ourBeIn
m In Germany Miss Hobart is holding the thepositlon theposition i iposition
position at the Cathedral School which whichMiss whichMiis
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The Wesley Chapel music for Sunday Sundaymornln Sundaymorning i imorning
morning mornln will be a quartet by b Havens HA HavensJoyfully ens ensJoyful1y j jJoyfully
Joyfully Onward We Ve Move and Ash Ashfords Ashfords Ashfoed
fords foed Re Resignation bass solo by Mr MrA MrA Ir IrA
A Owen Penney In the evening the thequartet thequartet thequartet
quartet will ill sing Our Blest Redeemer RedeemerHousetey RedeemerHoueeIe7 RedeemerHouseley
Housetey and Mrs C B Bayly Jr Jrand jraDd Jrand
and Mrs D Olin Leech will sing My MyFaith MyFaith Iy IyFatth
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Mr A A J Hudson OB formerly bass soloist soloistat soloistat soloistat
at the First Presbyterian Church has hasresigned hasresigned hasresigned
resigned and will accept the same post position Osition posttion ¬
tion at t New York Avenue Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church his duties to begin today Mr MrHudson 1IrHucI80n MrHudson
Hudson sang last t Sunday and the last lasttwo lasttwo lasttwo
two Sundays in October at the latter latterchurch latterchurcb latterchurch
church churchOn churcbOn churchOn
On Thursday ThurHa evening eveal last an Interesting Interestingetectrelle fnterestlngelectrelle interestingeloetrelle
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man room of William B Moses Sons Sonsat Sonsat Sonsat
at which Mr Anton Kaspar the well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known violinist was assisting soloist soloistMr soloistIr soloistMr
Mr Norman Daly is arranging to give givea
a piano recital at the town hall Rock Bockvflle Rockv Rockvile
vile v le Md d the first week In December Decemberwhen Docomberwben Decemberwhen
when he will be assisted U8i ted by b Mrs Blanche BlancheMattlngly BlancheMattingly BlancheMattingly
Mattingly Rogers and Mr Fritz Muller Mullercellist ltul1erceIUst Mullercellist
cellist of the Marine Band Orchestra OrchestraThe OrchestraThe OrchestraThe
The concert on Friday evening at Foun Foundry Foundry Foundry ¬
dry M E E Church for the benefit of the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Capitol M E Church debt was waswell waswell waswell
well attended The Apollo Quartet QuartetMessrs Quarteteurs QuartetMessrs
Messrs eurs Myers McFarland Rodrick and andHolland andHoUand1as andHollandwas
Holland HoUand1as was assisted by b Mr Eric Rath Rathpianist Rathpianist Rathpianist
pianist and Dr F M Bristol reader readerThe readerThe readerThe
The quartet sang several selections and andMr andMr andMr
Mr R R R R Rodrick sang The Arabs ArabsBride ArabsBride ArabsBride
Bride in fine style styleNovember styleNovember styleNovember
November 99 will be the first of the therecitals therecitals therecitals
recitals given by the University of Music Musicmad 1lusicaacl Musicand
mad Dramatic Art The soloists are Mr MrVan JtlrYan MrVan
Van Alen Potter barytone of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and ando dMiss MiK Edith Pickering vocal vocalteacher focalteacher vocalteacher
teacher of the university The recital Is Isfree Isfree isfree
free to the university pupils and their theirparents thel thelJrents theirparents
parents parentsThe JrentsThe parentsThe
The Nodtca Mandolin and Guitar Orches Orchestra Orchestra Orchestm ¬
tra tm held Its first meeting at the Young YoungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens Christian Association Building last lastWednesday lastednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday evening More than fifty fiftymembers fUtymembers tiftymembers
members were present and they practiced practicedsuccessfully practicedsucceutufly practicedsuccessfully
successfully the Pique Dame Overture Overtureby Oertureby Overtureby
by Suppe the Mocking Bird selections selectionsand selectionsand selectionsand
and Meditation by Morrison MorrisonThis MorrisonThs MorrisonThIs
This club has been in existence for the thepast thepast thepast
past ten years ears successfully directed by byr
Mr r Walter T Holt assisted by Mr H HE HE HB
E Gallaher There will be solos contrib contributed contrIButed contniuted ¬
uted by different advanced members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the orchestra at each rehearsal Miss E EL EL Ela
L L Moore played play d last Wednesday even evening evenIns evenins ¬
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her pupils at the formers studio 1027
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