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Episcopal Hospital.
\t the Episcopal Eye. Ear and Throat
bazaar to be given next Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons and evenings j
:it the Hotel Raleigh. refreshments
Mill br? served by Missr Mary A. ;
Mason. Mrs. E. Oliver Belt. Miss !
Esther K. Bowen. Mrs. John W. McKin- j
Tiey. .?iiss Katharine A. Polkinhorn. Mrs. j
II L. Rust. Mrs. James H. Watmough. !
Miss Ella Whiting. Miss Florence Woods.
Miss Porter. Mrs. Seott and the Misses
I.owe. Kin solving, Rollins. White. Mr
Knew. Wilton and Almy. The candy
table will be conducted by Mrs. A. C.
Kenton. Those assisting will be Mrs.
F L. Browne. Mrs. Azel Ford. Mrs.
Ralph W. Lee. Mrs. Murray G. Motter.
.Mrs. Clarence F. Norment. Mrs. Burton
Ross. Mrs. Mary E. Smoot, Mrs. II. B.
Wiekersham. Mrs. L. W. Richardson.
Miss Phyllis Snyder and Mrs. Fab'-r
Stevenson of St. Margaret's Church and
f"e ' "hurch of the Incarnation.
Anniversary Tea.
A tea wili be given at the Southern
Relief Home. 1518 .?,lst street. May 1.
Alexandria.
S|i?-' ial O>rrespond?'nee of The Star.
The Alexandria German Club gave its
Inst dance of the season Friday e^enins.
The chaperons were Mrs. Frederick Beig.
Mrs. J. Sidney Douglas. Mrs. George A.
Mushbach. Mrs. Edward S. Fawcett. Mrs.
' harles M. Shepperson. Mrs. Albert D
Brockett. Mrs. John Tackett. Mrs. T\il
1 am B. Smoot. Mrs. James E. Johnston.
Miss Elizabeth Potts and Miss Lily Mar
bury. The cotillon figures were led by
Mr. James S. Douglas, dancing with Miss
Mary Windsor Snowden. The other
dancers were Mr. and Mrs. John Lar
e.?mbe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burr. Mrs.
Reginald Walker. Mrs. Henry F. Robert
son. Miss Ellen Douglass Fillebrown. Miss
Katherine Steuart. Miss Emily Steuart,
Miss Edith McQuade. Miss Frances Rob
ertson. Miss Catherine Beach. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert N. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Ilarben. Dr. MacPherson Crichton,
Messrs. Owne Thompson. Ogle Singleton,
Selden Washington. Kent Roberts. Henry
Marbury Taylor. Edward Ay ton. Robert
Jones. Eugene Waggaman. William Bay
lor \von L. Nevius. William Gaines, and
Randolph Harper of Washington. Miss
A lire Roberts of La Plata. Md.: Miss
Christina Furnival of Rapidan. Miss
\nita <'ressups of Annapolis, Miss Bere
nice Berms of Philadelphia. Miss Rich
ardson of Toronto. Mrs. Benjamin I den of
Minneapolis. Mrs Tredwell Woolley and
Mr. James H. Mclnerny of New i ork.
Mr Wilson OfTutt of Rockville. Mr. car
roll W Ash by of Kingston. Ontario- Mr.
Thoma.- Liggett of Philadelphia. Miss
Jlattie Douglas. Miss Eliza Douglas. Miss
Nannie Jones. Miss Emily Johnson. Miss
Nellie Chler. Miss Julia Nicol. Miss Lila
Barrett. Miss Delia Phillips. Miss Lucy
Webb Mi^s Julia Boswell. Miss Sophia
Ta. ketr. I ?r. and Mrs. Thomas B. Coch
ran. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Evans-.^
aiid Mrs. Conrad Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Lindsey. Mrs. Louis S. Scott.
Mr>. Isaac Gregg. Dr. B'rrv, Messrs.
Robert Standing. Stanley Blanton. RobIe>
Brumbach. Walter Foster. Julian Burt*
Pate- Waller. Ward Boswell. William
Brooke. Garnett Pitts^ Boan Pi.^ Wind.
sor Snowden. Maar N woU John L. Mar e
Jack Barrett. Edmund Hunger. Richard
Chichester and Wallace Fawcett Other
nests were Mrs. Joseph Taylor of Rnig
gold V;, . Mrs. John Armistead1 Carter of
Vrtrfnik Miss I.ida McLaughlin. Miss
Thomson. Mr. Pliineas J. Dempsey.
Mr. Albert D. Brockett and Mr. John M.
Johns"n; Cockey and Master Ed
"Harrisonburg. Tbo s^nior class of the
Kr?i?*eoi?al High School ga^ its spnns
Jessie* Crump haye returned from a v-jsit ,
5-?n.l Mrs George T. Caton. and Mr
^re'^VVW^e?re marSSd
Father Henry J. C-Mer. Mr. and
Mrs Woolf Will live In this cit\ alter
? hcv r.tun from their wedding P
V" Richard C Acton has returned trom
a ?i,? to her son-in-law and daughter.
* ,,?J Mrs John Hammond Griffith,
new and Jira. Marie Walker of
. f list rents. Mr. and .Mis. J
[?Mil \iis? Catherine Pulman. Miss Susie
\luilihv\1iss Mary Reed. Miss Dorothy
rtaskett ' Miss I.nele. Vauglian. Miss klii
L m, Howell Messrs. Herbert B> rne.
V ...I! l '!dingt.'.n. Anthony Crillv. Wes?y
V:m:vd^ad-'PwmamB.dnn
i c Hwali lames ? 'unningham. Hu?h
VlundH r,?d James Kelly. Miss Daisy
was married >aturda> after
.. ?*? th?- rector- of Grace Episcopal
<-hurrh '<? Mr .1 ohn K BaMiss of I-air
r ,'x counlv. The ceremony was per
, " n.\ Kdgar Carpenter. Miss
Un?e> - the guest Of Mrs. K.
p ? 'rt iisliaw 1u Orange. \ a. Miss Kath
^u:art. Miss Etnlly Steuart and
wnton t.ffun of Washington and
Mr. Thomas l.iggelt of
? v,.. v*.-ek-en?i guests of Mr. ana Airs.
Ml.ert I) Bi'?ke;t on North Washing.
;N"*?,reet Mi- Frank McCormick of
U .ul. is ti guest of her parents.
^ and George William Ramsay.
?? .^merJn Mreet. Mr and Mrs Thomas
lh.lick of Wa.Mie. P.. arc the guests of
Mr and Mrs. I'avid Studds at their hoinc.
J-mie1'Fram > of Fails Church
M, and Mrs B F la-ith of 1-ou
who have he-en the guests
r Mr < d Mrs George T. Dodd at
?* londs Mill. hav. returned to thejr
home- M.ss Margaret Kmerson has re
lurn.d from a Visit to M.ss Margaret
i ,, -ii in Manassas. Mr. Nelson 1 ree
? a lvc* returned to his home in Phila
dclphia after a Visit to h:s parents Mr.
?md Mrs. Henry < I* reeland. m Ros*,
mont Miss Georglc French has return
.1 from a visit to her brother-in-law
7,id sister. Mr and Mrs Clarence R
Howard, in Fredericksburg. Mr. and
Mrs. Kugenc Bwi and their children
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have returned from a visit to relatives
I ii Fredericksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
| B. Marshall have returned from a visit
to Atlantic City. The Junior German
j Club has issued invitations for a masked
j ball to be given at Elks* Hall Friday
evening May S. Mr. Carroll W. Ashbv
has returned to his home in Kingston,
Ontario, after being the guest of his
aunts. Mrs. William R. Purvis and Miss
Margaret Ash by, on Cameron street.
Mrs. Edward H. Kemper has returned
from a visit to her brother-in-law and
sister. Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Wiliiams, at
Pocomoke. Md. Mr. and Mrs. George W.
I-aycock and Master George Laycock
of Hamilton. Va.. were the guests this
week of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham
in Rosemont. Miss Ellen Lovell Peyton
has returned to her home in Rapidan.
afte- a visit to her aunt. Mrs. Lucie Pey
ton Luckett on South Patrick street.
Mr. Henry P. Chiswell has returned
from a trip through the valley of Vir
ginia. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mansfield
and Master Dow ell Mansfield have re
turned from a visit to friend# in Roanoke.
Miss Virginia Stuart Bouldin has re
turned to her home near Richmond after
a visit to her brother-in-law and sister.
Rev. Dr. anil Mrs. Berry man Green, on
Seminary Hill. Mrs. M. C. C. Peyton and
her grandson. Master Charles Shepperson,
were the week-end guests of Mrs. Belle
Owens in Warrenton. Miss Christina
Furnival has returned to her home in
Rapidan after a visit to Miss Delia Phil
lips on South Washington street. Mrs.
Douglas M ox ley Low is the guest of her
; parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan, in
j Culpeper. Mrs. Jacob Edge and her in
fant daughter Elizabeth of Bast Down
ingtown. Pa., are the guests of her moth
er. Mis. John Hunton Foster, on Cam
eron street. Mrs. L. A. Waters has re
I turned from a visit to Mrs. R. W. Her
furth in New York. Mrs. Herfurth is
now the guest of relatives on Braddock
Heights.
Atlantic City.
Special Correspondence of The St nr.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. April K'14.
The bathing season is but six weeks
off. and the boss of the bathers. Dr.
Charles S. Bessert rn polite Boardwalk
language the beach surgeon?is getting
his end of affairs shaped up for the in
vading host of bathers.
Five hospital tents will be erected
along the bathing.beach during the com
ing summer, with the big top located as
formerly, at the Boardwalk end of South
Carolina avenue.
It was feared early in the spring that
the bathing beach between South Caro
lina and Virginia avenues had become a
thing of the past, and that Senor Nep
tune had reclaimed the sands with which
h?? has been so laboriously building up
this section in years past. But it has
been found that the new jetty at Tennes
see avenue and the pier bulkhead have
?made" beach, with the result that the
throngs will cavort here as in past sea
sons.
Miss Harriet E. Douglas of Washing
ton joined friends at the Hotel Tray
more early in the week.
Rev. T. J. Smythe'. from Washington, is
numbered among the week-end strollers
on the Boardwalk.
J. J. Denison of Washington is a guest
at the Traymore during a brief short
visit.
Leopold Richold of Washington has
apartments at the Rudolf.
Mrs. A. L. Newhard joined a party of
Washington friends at the shore early in
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Golden are Wash
ington sojourners at the seashore.
C. S. Carmany and N. S. Ganes are
Washingtonians "doing" the Wooden
Way over the week end.
F. D. Greisler and C. M. Hendley are
Washington visitors domiciled at the
Hotel Ostend.
Mrs. I. R. Bowen and Miss Marion E.
Bowen are Washington visitors at the
shore.
Miss Frances T. Girtman is visiting
friends in Atlantic City.
Mrs. W. P. Stern and Mrs. F\ B. Ger
mon are Washington matrons at the
shore.
Miss Jean Calvin and Mrs. H. Wallis
of Washington are spending the early
spring season by the s?ja.
A. Newton and J. S. McHennesy are
Washingtonians at the shore.
Other Washingtonians here are: E. L.
Wilcox. C. H. Butler. H. C. Glascott,
Dr. C. L. Manly. J. W. Weitheger, Miss
Alice Nellegan and E. H. Sinclair.
When the Needles Fly.
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J Two daint> littler aprons of lawn and
[ribbon are the subjects of the drawings
I here. Very pretty they will look over
i the industrious maiden's summer porch
; fro<k as slie diligently embroiders this
j summer The upp?r one. of fine lawn,
i ha* fine lawn as its center, and between
j this and the outer binding of satin rib
bon is fine lace edging used as insertion.
I with the sharp points turning inward
and producing h very odd and pretty ef
fect. The little pocket is of lace and
trimmed with baby ribbon and a crep ?
rose. The lower sketch shows an apron
of fine batiste with insertions and edging
of "val" lare and little rosettes of satin
ribbon. Two handy little pockets are ar
| ranged on each side.
Madge?How <fb you know she wasn't
satisfied with the work of the beauty
doctor?
Marjorie?She hasn't had any photo
graphs taken.?Judge.
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The Washington Saengerbund will cele
brate its sixty-third anniversary with a
music festival tomorrow evening, when
the following program will be given un
der the direction of Armand Gumprecht:
Piano duet. "Overture to Zampa." bv
Herold. played by Messrs. Dickinson and
Guipprecht: "Festival Prologue." Frank
Claudy: chorus. "Hymnus," by H. Mohr.
Saengerbund: soprano solo. "Die AU
macht." by Schubert. Mrs. Charles B.
Donch: address. Albert I^epper. baritone
solo. "Prologue," from "Tl Pagliacci, by
Leoncavallo. O. A. Murray; chorus. <a>
"Ach Weisst du es Noch." by Figue, and
<b> "Jaeger aus Kurpfatz." by Othgraven.
Saengerbund: song for the sixty-third an.
niversary. by Frank Claudy. audience,
and piano duet. "Military March." op. .?1,
by Schubert. Messrs. Dickinson and Gum
precht.
Educational as well as musical circles
found much of interest in the lecital
by students of the Sacred Heart
Academy, which took place Tuesda>
afternoon at the Playhouse. The minia
ture theater was filled with an en
thusiastic audience of relatives and
friends of the pupils, the work of the
young pianists showing caretul training
and conscientious study. A pleasing
variety was given to the program by
the - soprano solos of Miss Katharine
Cannon, who was heard to advantage in
"Blossom Land." by Elliott, and "I ? }1]
Extol Thee." from the oratorio "Lli.
by Costa. The instrumental numbers
included: Overture. "Kgmont." by Beet
hoven. arranged for two pianos, rendered
by Misses Shrehan. Daly. Seidenberg and
Keleher; "Sonata, in G Major, ' by
Mozart. Kathleen and Master Laurence
Downey: solo. "Barcarole in F Sharp
Major." by Godard. Miss Morgan:
'Allegro." by Low (two pianos). Masters,
Downey and Pagan: "Arabesque." by
Debussy. Miss Braitnjayer: "Marche de
Concert." by Kuhe, Misses K. and A. :
Seidenberg: "Erotik." by Grieg. Laurence
Downey: "Waltz. Op. 72," by Wilm.
Misses Braitmayer and Sheehan:'
"Lolita," by Leibling. Miss Seidenberg: :
"Rondo Brilliant." by Weber (two ,
pianos), Misses Morgan and Braitmayer;
"Grande Galop de Concert." by Wilde.
Misses Sheehy. Keleher, Daly and Scho- :
field. Mrs. Harry Cunningham acted as* '
accompanist.
Miss Burbagc's "Stage Fright Club"
met last Sunday afternoon at tlie resi
dence of Miss Eloise Orme and the mem
bers gave from memory the following
program: "Love Song" and "Brer Rab
bit." both by MacDowell, Miss Orme:
"Romance," "Evening Star Song." Wag
ner-Liszt. Mies Ruth Grosner; "Varia- j
tions in E Flat," by Mendelssohn. Miss !
Elizabeth Smith: "Clair de Lune." and
"Song" from "Sea Pieces." by Mac
Dowell. Miss Kdith Pyles; "Impromptu,'
by Rheinhold. Miss Margaret Wright.
The Xevin Quartet, composed of Mrs.
Ruth Simpson. Mrs. Albert Johnson. Mrs.
Waters and Mrs. James Kerr, sang Fri
day evening at a gathering at the Iowa
M. E. Church, Miss Grace Adams aecom- j
panying. Tomorrow evening they will i
contribute to the program at the meeting |
of tl\e Mothers* Congress at the Raleigh <
Hotel.
Miss Edith Evermann. pianist: Miss
Gladys Kain, soprano, and Edward
Stitt. violinist, were heard in joint re
cital at the studio of B. Frank Ge
best last Monday evening. The pro
gram was a varied and enjoyable one
and included the piano Solos. "Sonata
Appassionata" (first movement). by
Beethoven ; "Preludes. Nos. .1 and :i,"
"Mazurka in B Minor" and "Polonaise
in D Minor." by Chopin; "Kamennoi
Ostrow." by Rubinstein, and "Ca
price Espanol." by Moszkowski. Miss
Evermann: soprano solos. "Song of the
Soul." by Breil: "Somewhere a, Voice
Is Calling," by Cate: "At Dawning." by
Cadrnan. and "Birth of Morn, by
Leoni. Miss Kain: violin solo. "Wie
genlied," by Brahms. Mr. Stitt.
Miss Florence Herman was hostess
at a musical last Sunday at her studio j
when the program, given by her pu- j
pils. was as follows: "Wild Rose." by
McDowell, and "Dance Caprice." by
Grieg. Norma Baum: "Petite Taran- '
telle." by Heller. Janice Blum; Birth- I
day March." by Kohler. and "Pansy
Gavotte." by Smjth, Jeannette Golden- :
berg: "Arabesque." "Tender Flower"
and "Ballad." all by Burgmiller, Lu
cille Wallerstein; "Scarf Dance,"
by Charninade. and "Fur Elise," by
Beethoven. Helene Klawaus: "Witches'
Dance," by Schytte. and "Waltz Gen
tile." by Nevin. Josephine Ney; "Sim
ple Confession." by Thome, and "Trau
merei." by Schumann, Helen Waller
stein: "Bridal Procession." Hannah
Gichner: "Berceuse." by Iljinsky, and
"Minuet." by Paderewski. Ruth Rosen -
feld: "Waltz." in G flat, by Chopin, and
"Etude." by Schytte. Anita Lauders:
"Prelude" in D flat, by Chopin, and
"Humoresque," by Dvorak, Camille
Schwab; "Rustle of Spring." by Sind
ing. and "Water Lily." by McDowell.
Elsie Picard: "Nocturne" in G minor,
by Chopin, and "Witches' Dance." by j
MacDowell. Mildred Wallerstein: "Cab
aletta." by Lack. Milford Blum; "Nacht- i
stuck." by Schumann, and "Dancing j
Doll." by Poldini. Hortense Rosenthal. I
and "Lisbestraum," by Liszt, Miss j
Herman.
The Singers' Club, a new choral organi- i
zatiou of the city, furnished the program, j
under the direction of Mrs. Hazel j
Wegner Reeder. Monday evening for I
the National Library for the Blind, i
On account of the limited size of
the rooms- at the library the musical
was given in the parish hall of
Old St. John's Church and attracted one
of the largest audiences of the season.
The program was an ambitious one and
included the chorus. "Unfold, Ye Portals,"
from "The Redemption." by Gounod, by
the club: soprano and tenor duet. "Love
Divine All Love Excelling. ' from "The
Daughter of Jarius." by Stainer. sung
by Mrs. Reeder and James K. Young:
"Inflammatus." from Rossini's "Stabat
Mater." Mrs. Reeder and the club: tenor
solo, from "Olivet to Calvary." by James
K. Young: "Gloria." from Mozart's
Mass. by the club: soprano solo, f
Know That My Redeemer Liveth." |
from "-The Messiah." by Handel: "The1
otar Spangled Banner." by request, the
? ?uThe c,ub ha? a membership of thirty
at the present time, and new ones are
being added at every meeting:. The mem
bership so far includes Mrs. Reeder.
soprano soloist and director; sopranos.
Mrs. Marie Smith. Mrs. Walter Gleason.
o V, R,c,lar?>?. Mrs. Sloan. Mrs. I.ydla
Kaylor. Misses Agnes Rosen beck. Jose
phine MacMorris. M. Dell Gilbert. Miriam
Vram a,l(^ Thomas: contraltos. Miss E.
4-igusta mil (soloist). Mrs. Ray Smith.
, Vi'ss Margaret Depue. Mrs. Grant. Mrs.
vi SjLel!' Mrs Sar&ent. Mrs. Sloan and
Airs. Foutz: tenors. Mr. James K. Young
f soloist). Messrs. Foutz. Hoofnagle.
Adams and Dr. c. G. Smith: basses. P.
f ? Hachs'-hmiil (soloist). Messrs. Tavlor.
uarter. .tewitt and Winslow. Miss Bessie
van tie Bogert is the accompanist.
nrif^'?jBvrarn's classes in "musiral ap
preciation enjoyed a treat last week
wI til,, program given by .Miss I'lorence
" tonpbrakp:-. n ho madr an impression
I inI her rendition of the 'Concert Ktude. "
j b.\ MacDowell: "Scherzo" (in C sharp
minor., bv Chopin: "Arabesque" bv
Debusse. and ' Rhapsod* Nn 13 "
Liszt "
bv
The musical program at the Mount
J leasant < ongregational ('hurch todav
\Mll include at the morning service the
organ prelude. "Andante Religioso" and
?fPn8?. . by Liszt: anthem.
There s a City Great and Strong." bv
bchnecker: soprano solo. "Like as the
I nlSfJ 1 by A1,{tsen. and organ
postlude. Marche Religieuse." by Mer
, ? _,Kven,ng. organ prelude. "Prayer,"
by Thomas, and Fining Song." bv
| van ivyken; anthem. 'Sun of Mv Soul."
bv flolden. by the quartet; Praise Ye
, the Father." by Gounod. Mt. Pleasant
j pinging Society, and organ postlude,
| Processional." by Guilmant.
j r.etters received tell of the death last
oundav at Cincinnati, Ohio, of Mrs.
harles Lewis Xeibel. for manv vears
a resident of this city. Mrs. Neibei was
a cousin of the composer, the late Kthel
ft . T; i""1 "as ,lcl'8P|r a pianist of
j _si?f was a" honorary member
; of the Rubinstein Club, served also as
J an officer of the Friday Morning Music
Tas lor<?nios' in the musical
ChV,Vi!eS / i'he Kastern Presbyterian
i nurch. of which her husband. Dr. Nei-'
bel. was long the pastor, a position he
a1SkE J" ,ake char?f' of the Mount
Auburn Street Presbyterian Church in
Cincinnati.
''? Parkinson sang Campion's
Chnr^Iy 1 Nil10, at Baptist
- hurch last Sunday morning in place of
Miss Florence MaoDonald. the regular
soprano, who was out of town for the
week end.
Mr and Mrs. Winston of Madison Hall
Seminary will send out invitations during
the week to a recital to be given bv their
daughter Elizabeth Saturday evening.
j ??. at t*le *be residence of Col
and Mrs Blount. Miss Winston, who is
one of the gifted young pianists of the
city, has been fortunate in having the
advantage of the best of instruction, both
here and abroad. She returned last fall
irom Germany, where she had been
studying with Harold Bauer, and. during
just ?5asse<J- which she has
spent at home, she has been pursuing her
studies on the lines laid down for her bv
this master pianist. The coming affair
' , the nature of a farewell appearance
or her friends, a, she will lea? shorUy
of Mr JUrf " ,e,e ^he Wl" 1,e thp B?CSt
fvhevl' i ,^rs J*-rnest "Hutcheson and
,ei, ^ 'T.W'," ?kc l,er a? ?
cert pianist the coming fall.
afT!le Music Study Club was entertained
SlJt \?St r.^l,lar meeting by the presi
dent. Miss Jayp Bumphrey. the subject
I s u<*y being "Fiepresentative Com
posers of Russia." The program given in
, illustration Included the piano solo. "Ro
j mance." by Rubinstein. Miss Katharine
jBouck: song. "Nur Wir die Sehnsucht
Kennt." by Tschaikowskx . Miss Beulah
J Harper: piano solo. "Bizarrure," bv Aren
sky, Mrs. O. B. Drown; songs. "Es Blinkt
der Thau." bv Rubinstein, and "Cradle
Song." by Tschaikowsky. Miss Hum
phrey; piano solos. "Romance'' and
"Troika. both by Tschaikowsky. and
"The Lark." by Glinka-Balakireff. Miss
Julia Huggins; songs, "But Irately in the
Dance 1 Embraced Her." by Arenskv,
and "Chanson Indone." by Riinsky-Karsa
koff. Miss Marian West; piano solo. "Reve
Algelique," by Rubinstein, Miss Flora
Kampfe. The next Meeting will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Warner Gibbs.
Miss Grace FJurnap. soloist of Gunton
I 1 emple Church, has been engaged to take I
j charge of the vocal department at Hood
I College. Frederick. Md.
, The program at the Library of Con
? gress Tuesday evening was given by
blind musicians and proved very enjov
i able. Among those contributing selec
tions were Prof. J. Francis Germiller.
Miss Katharine Grady, pianists; French
S. Hufty, violinist, and Miss Susie 1.
i Duffy, pianist, and the numbers included
duet for piano. "Priest's March." bv
; .Mendelssohn. Miss Grady'and Prof. Ger
miller: violin solo. "Romance." bv
j Svendsen. Mr. Hufty; piano solo. "Polo
naise Militaire." by Chopin. Prof. Ger
! miller: song. "The Beautiful l.and of
Xod." by Greene. Miss Duffy, with violin
accompaniment by Mr. Hufty; piano solo.
, "Cachouca Caprice." by RafT. Miss
Grady; violin solo. "Hejre Kati." bv Jeno
Hubay. Mr. Hufty; duets. "Bolfro." by
Moszkoweki and "Country Dance." by
Xevin. Miss Duffy and Prof. Germiller.
The orchestra of the Technical High
I School, under tin- direction of Dore Wolf
steiner. rendered an interesting program
at tjie Central High School, on the occa
sion of the presentation of the commis
sions to the officers of the High School
Cadets.
I his is the first time for several years
that the orchestra has performed outside
of the school, and the large audience,
including the members of the board of
r education and the school officials, ap
, plauded every number. 'The program was
las follows: Overture. "Fest," by L.eut
ner: march. ' High School Cadets." hv
Sousa: selection. "Autoliebchen." by Gii
r.t?.^? "Semper Fidelis." by Sousa.
and "The Star Spangled Banner." The
members of the orchestra are, at present:
\ lolins, Lewis A. Bauman. concert mas
ter: B. Briggs. C. C. Holmes. C. S. Win
Kirb>- G- Bliss. C. E. Wolf,
?w. Oppenheimer, Miss X. Dohertv J.
Dowd. J. Sachs. A. ZanofT. A. Biggs.' W
M- Snyder; piano. Miss Nina A. Claflin
an~ Miss A. Walton: flute. Eugene
Schmidt; clarinets. J. R. Saunders. W.
Carpenter; cellos. W. H. Nash. T. Kuhn;
cornets. A. A. Daly. H. Burneston. D. B.
Hansen. W. E. McConchie; trombone. C.
W. Richardson; drums, H. B. White; or
gan and librarian. H. B. Weaver.
At. the Church of the Covenant this
arternoon at .1:30 o'clock the double
under the direction of Sydnev
L,Joyd A\ rightson, with Harvev Mur
ray at the organ, will render the fol
lowing music: "Hear the Voice and
?'r[a>rer ,of Thy Servants." by Steane;
\I ' Kcbuke Me Not" by Marzo.
Miss Hall: "Fear Not Ye. O Israel." bv
Lansing; incidental solo. Mr. Backing:
?supplic-ation." by Scott. This evening
Vr inn ?9 the vp?' evening choir
vi,. vi- "nder the direction of
I r'?lltson. sing during the
serxice the following numbers: Prel
ude. Intermezzo." by Hollins: "A*
Vt? by Sopher. incidental
\raIr Gawl*r: Jesus. Tender
\l ? Hoar Me/ bv Wrightson.
Thim ..IarPcr; ""sppy and Blest Are
snhn' -Jom "?-*? Pa"1" bv Mendels
1 nt?> Me" bv Gounod,
organ postlude in A. by Guilmant.
_/rlr,?' ,iad a real surprise
partj Wednesday evening, when, on the
invitation of one of her friends, another
?2?h!? fsbe went the dancing
academ.x of Airs. Dyer, where she found
ner entire class of vocal students, rein
rorced by a large number of their
friends, waiting to welcome her. Each
one of the thirty-odd members* of the
class, in turn, presented her with an
American beauty ro?e. after which tin
Kiand march took place and dancing
followed throughout the evening. When
the supper hour arrived another surprise
awaited the popular singer, when a more
permanent souvenir than flowers, a
handsome silver mesh bag. was pre
sented in the name of the class.
Earner Gibbs was the assisting
soloist at the musical given Fridav
r-n i - Fabian at his studio.
S was heard to advantage in
??i 5I,n^Tlbers- includin- the aria.
HerJlfo, I?oux-, 11 Kst Bon." from
H rod lade. and in the songs. "The
wnnwl ?KS. ?'? the Ar",lp Tree.- by
MacDowell: T was April." bv Xevin
TotnLnert TI,?rUBhi- ?f YoU " bv
!uZt? l , i I'abla" delighted tlie
5","!? 1,3 P'asins a prelude, valse.
stnerzo and polonaise, all by Chopin.
Miss Vere Corey has returned to the
Gen"a- "here she was
railed two months ago by the serious ill
ness of her father.
Marguerite Howard, soprano:
f e; ba,it0'ip: Robert Griffln.
VirtHiIii. , Bra<ifor?I. cellist, and
^ irgil Miller, pianist. gave a delightful
Program last week at the residence of
Mrs. Edward Adams Muir, Miss How
ard and Mr Keeside were each heard in
a ?roup of solos, two of the numbers bv
Miss Howard being made additionallv at
tractive by the accompanimcnt of the
violin and cello.
The musical at the Tjbrarv of Con
C' Tuesday evening will be given by
Mundellc s Wuintet Orchestra, with l.e
Roy Gilder, tenor: Miss Alice Mavdwell.
pianist, and Mrs. Charles Turner, reader
assisting.
i V3'"' 1' ,.l'into" ?" in charge of
Pari. w8iVe" ' week at St- Martin s
Parish Hall, wlien she presented Miss
Catherine Floeckher in an ambitious
program of piano numbers. Miss Floeck
5ST TaM, assistpd b.v Miss Fannie Shreve
Meartslll. soprano, who sang "I Hear
1?'! ,''al!'r"r Me" by Marshall: -The
fadeless Rose." by Sans Souci: "Love in
h?r'.nh8' nby BZroWKki- ""0 "Westward
M???e t, ?" 3ea' ' bv Lohr- a?d Mrs.
Maude Howell Smith, reader, who scored
.!e/? "9"a1 success in the monologues.
-tL p^h?0". m ln Washington" and
The Pudding. The well rendered piano
nunibers included "Sonata Pathetique."
"tJ I'ncle Remus." and
To a Wild Rose, by Macdowell: "Hun
ganan Dance." by Brahms. "Erotlcon"
(A fiat major), by Sjogren. "Valse" (E
major), by Moszkowski. and "Concerto"
[first movement), by Grteg. with Miss
l.inton in the last number, supplying the
orchestral part at the s?cond piano.
Oscar Franklin Comstock will give a
studio recital Tuesday evening, when
HaslI Sillers and Archie Gibson will sine
oratorio numbers, and Miss Mona Rob
erts will give Cadman's new cycle. "From
W igwam to Tepee." A feature of the
evening's entertainment will be four two
piano pieces rendered by Miss Mar
guerite Williams and Mr. Comstock.
which will include "Andante and Varia^
tions," by Eilenberg.
Mrs. H. T,. Parkinson, soprano and Miss
Nan Field, contralto, furnished the mu
sical numbers at the entertainment given j
at Trinity Parish Hall Friday evening
the program including the soprano solos
"The Pipes of Pan." by Monckton: "A
June Morning." by Willeby; the contralto
solos. 'Would You?" by McCoy, and "At
Dawning." by ('adman, and the duets. A
Madrigal in May" and "Nearest and
Dearest, by Caracciola. Mrs. Gracp Du
four Brown assisted at the piano.
Mrs. Kirk Russell, formerlv organist at
the Metropolitan Methodist Church, sub
stituted last Sunday at Hamline M E
Church for Miss Fdith Athev. who was
absent from the city.
He was accused of stealing a turkev
and. as he had no money, a lawyer was
assigned to defend him.
"I'm sorry that lawyer butted in." he
remarked as he walked out of court fif
teen minutes later.
"Why. he got you off.'v
"Yes. and he got the turkey." ? Louis
ville Courier-Journal.
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