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THE TVASHISGTON WARII GTX TDIE TnIrc SUNDAY RDl1A Y DECEMBER 21 2t inns W0 7
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OMINOUS l SIGNS IN INGATHERING I IGATE1 t
GATHERING GATE1 OF F FLEET FLEETSaid FLEETaid ftEETsaid
Said aid to Be Outcome of ofDeweys ofDeweys ofDewsYs
Deweys Prediction PredictionTROUBLE PredictionTROUBLE PredictionTROUBLE
TROUBLE WITH GERMANY GERMANYSmashing GERMANYSmShi GERMANYSmashing
Smashing SmShi M f Mearet l r Dctria and alNlAcqWtiea acrdAcgviititt
Acq AcqWtiea iiti B of South American ArlcaaTrrilky AtttmiaaaTrritery
Territory May Be Tried TriedIf
If is saasrtsd en the th authority of ofrt
rfircd n t red i naval eweer r of u t high rank rankmassing k UIatn
n massing ma of the entire t tire North 1 oetk At Atilnt
ijniir ilnt i fl ie Sooth Soat Atlantic AUIUl e andildroms and European Europeannindrona ropeaD ropeaD1ladro
Ihropeant
nindrona 1ladro ildroms In tit the Ca1tbeaa Garth nan Sea lust at ati a at t trrltleal
i < critical moment la the th result of ofr ofht o otght t
r < < sight tght ht on o r the th e part MUt of the general generaliird ggata ggatard 1 1tit
iird + tit of the Utel1ort1y navy navybortly
b bortly rtly after otte r the th e close of the Spanish Spanishv Spait h
d v Ir r Admiral Dewey stated publicly that the thenext
1 next war of f this country would woidth CHlld be beJ
v J ith t th h Germany Gt > naaaJ and the belief was echoed echoedmany echoedmany ech
many naval 1 officers of less promie prom promtp proms promsHire
Hire tp e Even the time was was set approxl approxlt
< t + b > at the conclusion of Germaaya Germaayarural Germaa1r a
r rural la1 at program P pre v which witte contemplated the thest tileIn th ths I
st s In lnee nce of the most powerful navy f fht in inlu laIII
lu world orld by b7 1MM i i90 All of t the work wor work of offb ofb o t
fb till b board and all of tbat of the Naval Navalar Nayalar Ner e I
1 ar foliage eol has been along these tll e 1The line lineTbo I ITho
The maneuvers of last 1 summer er were wereii ere on onb ODh
b same batsdmnleted basis simulated DUIat attack upon apollur n ncur
cur ur shore hore by a German Meet The Then 1IIObIII prob
T < m n Las been worked out out a doses dosesIIicrent tfanea tbDeel U
i lflTcr If rrtDt nt w ways ay ayt8IlWU y yanwbH
5ranwbll anwbH Oermany woe wn ed edrulminatlon aelnac aelnaci drancing drancingi
i i nimlnatlon of her program m year yearat by 1t7ar
ar until the United State attaches attar attacToat attargoad
u goad > roa < t reported portect to the Navy Na DepartMini DepartIt Depart Depertlint
Mini It n t that t bat In its 81041 modified term 1 r It Itr weuU weuUL u ul
L vumplete r by MHW Hence HeDc the be behalnIDC sadden saddenhnkonlnc a atskening
hnkonlnc tv t the deficiency of the theAiirrtcan tlteIrlan t t7irrten
Aiirrtcan Irlan navy in neet evolution eveluttoeer elatIoM in inr 111r
° r Id > < t firing 11 in the number ber berlU of wcad oAcers oAcersan1
cad lU of men and the tb necessity aeeelt forinm for tornm an
ium nm dlate atari toward doing do what Oer Oerjnaoy GerYllur Oernnauy
jnaoy nnauy has been ee about for several year yearpast 7eanN yearrant
past N t tbe gatbe gathering lag of a unified fleet fleetChange fleetCka fleetCkaags
Change Cka of Opinion Orn1aThe OpinionThe OpiaiHTbf
The > change of opinion opt loa among DIDO mfr mfretIors naval navalofficers DaaIffirrs
officers > ffirrs as t conctructlon and aDdViut arms arrnaTKUI armsr
TKUI r ui have been based upon the chars ctoaracir charst c
ir t r 1 of the ship abips Germany GenaaD7lJlldllll ha baa been beent be bebtvlrltng e n
btvlrltng t lJlldllll Hiding and 4 It to a sioieett noticeable > Sc that la I tbe lJa lJat t C
iist st t two year the 0 department 1aa ha lal lalrtal laid Wdfit d
srnrial fit + + rtal tal stres strew reM upoa the need of fighting fightingtbp IPtiqh Ogbt Ogbthps m
tbp hps h 18 rather titan dt those uo of great t speed speedr lb MI MIr e
r silting hlq ta ordering rlq within wiW the b ba last lastyar Iai Iaic
c yar + a ar T cruiser cruJ which ble to allwere all allre purposes Pm9
were re Mttl battleships In power and redn cruisers cruisersm
m n name nameThl eel eelThe only onlyThe
The cant same n naval 1 oMcer points po out 1 that thatLr otL
the Lr L publication publlc pubucatl of this sucnfele RQk asspklss oa tb tbptrt t tDart IM IMIrt b
Dart of the I l United un altd States led to tosudden the tbe5uddln
sudden manifestation of friendly feel feelJTIL feelTI feelit
it JTIL TI r by Kaiser Wllhelm WIIW the till visit visitIrnee of 0 0Irin
Irinro Irin Henry Henr and the exchange excbaII of oft court C08Jtin coax
coaxed
t tin + hiis attendant upon the launching of ofthe 0 0th
the th > Kaisers yacht his tour through throughtlif t ttIll tthe
tIll country to nod the feeling Mil of orltnrrkaa the theaj tilenJtrIUD
nJtrIUD aj rlcsn people i native u and Del natural naturalul IIblnlI natured
ul d I the following ollowl visit of Prince PriDe Hen Heney ft ftry flear
ey r > of PI t and aJ d his declaration on onr ODrchIDC o oreaching n
r reaching < aching home that he would 0tdcI like noth nothjug MtIaJlg eatbng
jug ng better than to succeed Herr Herrliolleben von vonliolleben YOaJiolltbton o
liolleben at the Washingten WIUIIItaat WIUIIItaatinall ssallrw ssallrwfinally i iioiallr y
finally inall though not in true trueaee trosequentejnvitat1on sequence the theinvitation 0 0JlnitatloD
invitation to American army officers eMcershigh 1Ie of ofhigh ofJ1igb
high rank to witness wit the German aer Germeamaneuvers army armymaneuvers arID arIDmaueuvel8
maneuvers the extreme if not extra extraagant extrav extravagant estrayagaDt v ¬
agant attention shown that the and t tapparegt the theapparent tIMa N
apparent a varet frankaes franksw with which was ells dtejlayed ellsilaYK d dplayed k
played to them tile power and diacipline diaciplineof dclplur udpll udpllor IsN
of tbe German fighting t machine D it itmilitary Itn It Itn s
military n Ilitary fstabltohment All of Ibis It Itis It Itj t
is j declared was for the purpose of ofthrowing t
1 throwing OIL of American suspicion and sade to toounteract toOullteract
e ounteract wllltary action thatbe that might mightbe t tbt
be taken upon u the till conviction of ofminent such sucheminent IAIdal11intnt k
eminent military UltarJ men aa Admiral AdmiralHeeds 1Id Dewey DeweyN
Heeds N of f Germany GtrfflasyThe GlrmuyThp GermanyThe
The general po board of 0 the navy t the thefore there theref ere erertt re
fore f rc knowtna knowl the lb near approach cb of the thenipletio tbecnlpl ti s
cnlpl nipletio tloa of the German navy y thePlre the de deFin deFlrt
Fin of that enntrr try to lacrosse I it itt Ita Itat I Itrade u
t trade rude in South euth ua America rtea ponIbieupon possibleupon possible 0 only onlyupon ° ly
upon Its nMMty to collect debts debtsIrarted debt con contractrd
tractrd 1 altrd in I such eetIM countries and tie tl tiep 1m 1mP Iaprat
P prat + rative e reqnlresnant t ta this can case of ofn a anaval
naval 11 a s 13 a 1 base ba and coaling station atatJoaeeattllpDeJ foresaw foresawl ferosa ferosahoasfbly w
l hoasfbly > < iKslbly vaguely a contingency such suchay Sal Salae ela elaJ
ay < J now exist x Inatead of the scope scopeoriginally aeopeNlltillall sco scooriginally
originally m purposed ed the tla exerdsitt of ofe a aomparatlvely anlprattYI
< e omparatlvely nlprattYI small U portion of the theDuvy tileDII t teasy he
easy DII y it wn was determined cIeteraa to send thither thitherrry Udt thith thithr er erry T
< < < xery rry ry II ship hip which ldeb could he sent eat properly properlymanned 1WOPft1nanned proper propermanned ly r
manned and which 1I1da was v 8 not seeded seededtb On Ontli 011th
tli Pacific station The soundness soesdasestbtg of ofthis f
this decision decl seemed to e be eenarmed terrirmedthe by bythe Qthf r
the suspicious opgrationa deaII ofat of Germany Germanyat eera r
at a t Margarita araartta Inland InlandSo lelsndso
So great was deemed the t e taportaisof Imsmlsncn Imsmlsncnof Dr Drt
t of > this thl movement that not merely asecrlyri 7 Ad Adunral MIl
Il unral i rat r a I Dewey D9w but the majority srtty of 0 ofgeneral the theKnral tJMI
general I > Ptlfral board Itself went down dewsnaity emir nemluaiiy I IDally
Dally to wttnens wit the th maneuvers ftn realty reel reeltr realtytn h
t tr tn view Iew the success of their eon ea sip and sadgather to togafhei togafhe
gather further data for use useprophesied Is Isrrophsted tile tilePTOilhfflleC
prophesied war with Itb Oermnny GermryGreet OermnnyGreat Ot > y yGrMt
Great Bdtaias Britain Psaitiev Psaitievrir PMlti PMltirat Pdtirrat
rrat rir rat at Brttala rttaIII had not figured Inf In tlMknana their theirjlans
nana f tuna but UM reported prospect that thatJha1 tllatt t tElla bet
t Ella ha country ouat ry will HU > sever it its oosreetl connection OODaeetloajIb connectiontufb Os Ostr
tufb tr i jIb t b O Ge Germay rniaay in the attack atta attanfzuela upon uponV r rV
V + newels ronMnra r tssvw that etament Itttl it Itt was waat1
t1 ttl t general leD < < 81 Board so it I In Is eald Ba14not aad aadnot
n not the ht Secretary loP r retarJ of the Navy N Navyrlanaed waMi waMirliinapd widellroJaTHpd
rliinapd the tla distribution < < I1trtMt of the fleet fleett for fort
t t + o c Ihrlstmaii vacation Certain It I IAdmiral tA s sAdmiral
Admiral A < 1mtr1 Taylor chief of the Bureau a Baresucavlgatla of ofNavigation eot1TI
Navigation < 1TI attOll and adviser of the theat Secretary Secretaryat
at such a moment was wa with 1U the U theat 8eetIt neet neetat
at It fh t the b time and aeceaaarily must meataeon have haveBt u u1t ha e
Bt aeon o and probably approved of 0 the theas 1M 1Ma order orderan
an a prepared and Issued I by his at chief chiefth and andth Del Delfh
th president of the general 1 beard bardm s Ad Admiral AelmIni ¬
mIni m t ra 1 D De Dewey wigr That order sent t to t Trial Trialcnd TrialdllrJ T Ttsd tld
cnd th the < > nearest eet port to t Veaexuela Veaesealateelt not notrdr lOtl
rdr l to t r a Vanesoelaa V pert the thep most mostIwerful IDoetlIrful
Iwerful p + + aerful and beat quipped battleubl battleublof hattleahlp hattleahlpor tt tto p
or o the < ha h fleet flee together with a swift swiftp tor torp torPQbOat
PQbOat p + doboat destroyer capable aa a awr m mes mesB os
B < DK tiger wr < r of ae samimoaing aoniag j to the U theAmerican South SouthAmtricaa Iout IoutAmrlcaa
American beat with the t1IIedplay leant psarthls psarthlsd t tdelay
d delay lay the rstnaiaaer r vf t the 1M 1Mforcf fighting fightingforce 5 5force
force forceable
able advises lid report trenW at ata atgs Mar Marpa
pa a ita I t a Is I Isaaud md The fleet I t et f ttibenl aearlsbell aearlsbellCabers pearl pearlfiahera 0 11
Cabers there < ba its been tcrrerfzeit rr hy hyt > r
t
I
MATTERS OF INTEREST INTEREST TO TOWASHINGTON i iWASHINGrON
I WASHINGTON MUSIC LOVERS I 1
The sad Peabody recital which ltlek was wasgrrea wa waJut waslast
grrea mat Monday Xoacla evening I Iroom la tile > 1ta11 1ta11raom 11 11JOOIa
room JOOIa of UM u New Willard IIIaId proved aa 1m 1mMtI1aItt lmpeslant
portant event ht local music musical circle ctreleaTtae circlesThe
The recital WM w given bjr b Ernest Hatch I4ntehetea Hutette1IOIa
aw plaatot Mr fr Hutebesoa ha hAS been beenCOIIDeetecl beentoapected
connected with Illt the Peabdy for tw two sear searBoat sea HRIe
sons H He Ie Is I an Australian by birth but settreceived butrecelnd
r received much muc of his bl musical training t1lnl > > 1 In InOermaav ioGermaaJ
Germany C H He has b done much muc concert eoDeertwotlt coacerlwogk
work wotlt and since ee hi his residence la ibis U Ucoaatr
e country coaatr anby h has appearecl pp r d with suck ucM oral oraltbe ergaaftnttions
nation is s th tbe theBoton Boston Symphony Sm y OreM Orchestra OreMtnI
tr tnI and Kaelael KDe ael Qnartet QnartetHeradon QuartttI
Heradon Morsell ha 111M as been engaged sM toauto to tot
I r assist t the choir of o the tb Church of rileoly the UteHolJ
Holy H oly Name Ntn in th Ute Christmas Cat service Hr HrTbe
The music is te be under the direct direction directionor Ireet Ireetot ton tonof
of < life Mlse 1 Mary > > 1 Heler Xis Mlse > > Dougherty Dctqkerlywill T
will preside at a t the organ organWashington 0 0WIpoa ors
Washington ha has a new tenor ia Mr Mri MrI lrirttle
I i Battle Se ttle a student at Georgetown College Col1qwho Collegexfw
J I I who b i said Id to tf possess a remarkably remarkablysweet rrkblyI remarkablyswat
I sweet voice It to expected that Mr r Bat Battle Pate ¬
I
tie ti e will 111 be heard at several 1 concerts eo eerla this thiswinter thisIater thIswinter
winter Iater and lid that be will take a eompicu eompicuont COIIWpteu01lt
ont part In I the Ut University Glee Club en entertainment elltertaln ¬
tertainment tertainmentThrough tertaln ta taTIaroeI
Through TIaroeI the t e Metropolitan Opera Coat CoapaltJ
pang may not come to Washington this thisseaaon lnl lnlopera s
seaaon oner opera lovers hare win at least leasthave l leastleave allt allt1Ia
have 1Ia Ute opportunity to bear a It portion portionof JIOrU JIOrUof port
of the organisation Tuesday evening ereaiagJarnary neBla neBlaJaaaarr
j January 20 at t the Lafayette Theater Theaterwhen Tlleat8rbeaa Tkeat r
1 when beaa a performance of o Gounods Phil Phlii Phliinton IbllBatlela 9
9e
t nton and Baucis will be given ea ihe rilleprod1l iheproduction ih ihroduction e
production prod1l p roduction tlOII will be In aid of the coopenetlve co eooperaUw
operatlTe searing a societies aoeleta of ofllla this city ell cityAmong
4 Among the wellknown singers who will willbe willIre
I
j be In t a the U cast are Mme Seygard sr ard Jour Journet JorBet
not Salinac and Heaths Gregory A
I chorus of forty T and an augmented aa mett tI or orcbeatra
cbestra will assist in the interpretation lnterpreta lnterpretaof a
of the work ork The event n 1ft should prov prone la IDtereati toteresting
terestlng tereati to music lovers as this lltl com composit
position posit of Oounod 00uIIecI1a is not too well n known knownhere kDOWRbut know knowhere
j here but Is a beautiful work Arrange Arrangements Arrangemeats rrangc rrangceat ¬
meats eat for the production are in the thehands tilead th thhards e
hands ad of Mis also Mary Cryaer cI1 > ter who has It ItucIa hdone as
done much ucIa to further the Interests Itere c of orthe e ethe f
the < music e colony colOD of the Capital CapItalJI
JI Lena WooarnO W a young m JR8IZG JR8IZGeopruD mom momt ze zeof
eopruD of t this city clt ha has been meeting meetingwith JlteeUD JlteeUDwlo g
with much ueb favor from the congregation congregationof eo gregatloa gregatloaof a
of < Foundry M B L Church where were she has hasbeen haabeeD ha haeen s
i been b een singing 1 in the absence of Mrs MrsGhana M Ira IraCIa n
i Ghana CIa who Is 111 ills Miss XI Woodruff has tea a avole It Ityolee
vole voles of beautiful quality lIty and excellent excellentrange excneatt I
t range rangeeeltoat She b t floe 1eIICMr reader and aa ex exHlleat exailed
ailed musician ulcl withal For the tit pa past pastfew putI i
i few I years she has been studying with Dr DrBmeheff DrBtaeblltf D r
Bmeheff and has been bee heard only oat la lafe IBDtI lafregeeatiy
fe fregeeatiy < rttently DtI in concert but 1nI her friends friendsand tri8IMIsand frined s
and a nd those have attended the services a at atFoundry t tPoUdr
Foundry PoUdr wilt undoubtedly lIDcIobtedl hear mere of ofher other
1 her this tba seaaon as her voice and a her herwork he hework r
work 0111 will place her in demand for the thes Uteentertalaaaeat th e
i ssons s entertainments entertainmentsMacfcaaafe entertalaaaeatKachMle
Macfcaaafe Oordon 0 Gas + lor ha has decided that 1M h hprefer 1MII8fen
prefer p II8fen teta choir aad concert work te that thatof tltatof the theof t
of comic Ie opera so has retired retl from tr fronteast the theeast UteeaR
east of The Silver III Slipper whisk w whisksow 1 1BOW a allOW s
BOW at t the Broadway Broadwa Theater The Held lehlof fie ld
of Book open has sot tile ehar charms charmsthe fieIf or oru If
the u concert stag rage when MII the work regal required requlrfcI r ¬
ed of each ell is I considered Rehearsals JIe aad aada an d
a algaily appearance In costume cot costumemutenp and andmakeup lid liddo
makeup do not always tend to make the theroad theef t troad he
road ef f aa erstwhile
concert singer apr one oneof ODeof a °
of easy travel and Mr Gordon ha baa oil ¬
dently concluded coacl that a little leas of th thcalcium UII UIIeaIcI e
calcium eaIcI caletaits glare 1trowill will be to t his 111 Mklng MklngZeli HlrlgZelle
Zeli Zelle 1N de Luasaa 145155 will appear la Rash uk
iagton for a It single song recital Wedges Wed WedI
day cia afternoon January JUl 7 at the tII Coluw
I bia h is Theater She will be assisted 1ate4 by An AaJIroaaaI Anels
gel g els Fronanl pianist The TII prima PM PMIt donna dAr ra
has It been a popular member Iter of
the Grau Grae081NDY Gra e
company for several years year but bas ha COD CODcladecI
eluded to devote deYOt this t
season te tf
sent t re roelta r o
cttals elta owing to C the t few cities ett which whichsure whle WhichI oh h
ligurl sure ia I the U Metropolitan Itinerary
Mlle de d Uissan D takes taIr high bta rank anion among 1ItOK g
the wenknown singers 1 of this tlta country t oatr Y
aad a nd JDwo Borone Although AU a descendant of ofone
one 0 of tile oldest families CalalII of 0 French lIr e no ¬
> bility WIlt y and representative r tatIYe fir f the fourth fourthgeneration fourtht fount h
gst generation + eratla t of 0 famou f ramous singers she te an a n
American born woman w having irst seen
the light of day da ta New x York eHy en She litea
I M a charming c cambtaatlea tIoa
of Spanish SpanishBritish lpsr lpsrDrltisl bh
British BrIt and Oermaa
menofwar otwar
and oa oaof o a aof ae
of o < them t suak uak by are ors from a Hoteakts Hoteaktsgun Hotobk HotobkCUll
gun for venturing YeIItur tae near 1 the threaten p
lag fleet It la I also reported that tIM tIMalII Ii e
allies alII have 1Ia been taking ta soundings sotIDdh there then S
TIll T61s Ie
regarded hero as a possible JR JRellcatloa Ii
dicatlon of a renewal wal of the old plan pl plof pie sa
of Oermany Oenaa to obtain
this th place p a a a ana1
naval Blotter or a preparatloa to 0 0U setae setaethe eel ae
the U pearl teherie a s security for in inaemalty IDU7 f Is
aemalty aemaltynt U7 U7TIIJa
This latter pttw has bass disease dtllftMeclat diseaserat d
nt the tI State D > >
Department PllltlDeDt but no o epla opinion 101I
has been expressed there tiler whether or ornot oraot I
not It could be regarded
aa a violation violets
Ot 0 f the Monroe Doctrine
lrveKlgat lrveKlgatK Investigation Investigationof tea
of the reports will 11I be quietly quieti mods md here herethrough ltenttJareap be bethrough
through the Navy Department Departmentn partaHtt partaHttIt
It Is understood tood that in order to toaat pre prerent preIurther
rent further trouble with Itlt regard t 141 th this thisisland th1aM 4
island 1aM negotiations aeptiat are re now beginning beginningwith MltagwItIt Wgtarl
with Castro to t tf secure to this t country its itspermanent IttJt f fpermanent t trod
permanent t possession po When aeeuired aegrf rod
it will be used as a naval station stationMr ataU ataUlr
Mr lr Whites Watt Opine OpineKmory Opiainc OpirsieaOsrory
Kmory > c White WIaIt a cow COUta n of Joy OovAlbert JoyI
I Albert B White of West Virginia Viral and andfor udfor
for twenty tnt years the UI head of a house housewhich 1touMleb
which leb has extensive xte interests IDt throughout throughoutSouth through broupoutSoutlt o at
South America ha has juat returned to toNew toNe
New Ne York having baTl been with hi his foot family Iy Iyes
ia different t South American eountritw eountritwsteadily eosnW trt trteteeIIIl es esp
steadily eteeIIIl for two years yearsFor n nor
For or many years Mr White WItt has b been beenregarded hHnNecI p een
regarded NecI aa an authority on South SouthAmerican SouthAID Poe
American AID Ieaa affairs He considers the Ut
pres present pr preat pro s ¬
eat altu situation in I Ve Venezuela as ominous ominousin omlooula omlno nx snx
in the extreme ex utrume He declares eleelar Germany Germanyattitude GerIlNlD GerIlNlDatUtllcle a
attitude toward Venesvela is J part of a acarefully II IIcarerull
carefully carerull laid laic plan to o get a foothold footholdsomewhere foodloldelter teethe Id Idat
somewhere elter In South U America and d that thatthere lha th at t tt
there t is I to be no taming back until tb tbMonroe tbf tbflIoe LI
Monroe Doctrine has bean shattered shatteredMr shatteredMr UerM UerMMr
Mr White says A toy that In ItM Oermany Oermanyhad armADYall Derma nr nrly
had all af Sevth Smth America carefully carefullyIn earelullyUIat careful carefulmapped ly
mapped she that her JIaa et action In Intli
tli the rail ef IIoMIU IIoMIUetW botlutlts has beet de
etW a
IIMt h IdMM 11MMIha In be says In InI I
I
1 subtlety hWlet French chic and American vi vivacity vIvaclty 1 1city ¬
vacity city she made her operatic debut < < in in18S6
1 1356 a as Arline in The Bohemian Girl Girland GirlaDd GirlBad
a and went to London the following follo IDg year yearwhere ytarwHr yearwhen
w where wHr afro be was as engaged for the season at atCerent atCoeot atCovent
O Covent Garden She sang san thirteen con consecutive conlHeutiy consecutlre ¬
K secutive season season there an almost unpre unprecedented unprecednted unprecedented ¬
ec cedented record recordIn recordIn recordIn
In addition to her beautiful voice voicewhich voiceich oice oicehleh
w which wh hleh ich lends ods itself as readily to dramatic dramatica
ai a as to coloratura music Mile I lie de Lussan Luasanssesses Lussanpossesses LUsMnPGHeIIM
p possesses po ssesses beauty of face and figure figuregrace ftgurtSraett 1 > gure guregrace >
gi grace dignity and charm charmHer cRarmHer charmHer
Her Washington program will be made madeup madeup madeup
up of o selections from her long Hat of ofoperatic u uoperatic
0 operatic roles and songs by b French Eng English EnglIh 1Taglih ¬ I
if lIh aDd Italian composers Mile I lie de deLuesaa deLUllMn dessen
L Luesaa Le ssen ha boa sung in concert rt many times timesabroad timeabroacl timesabroad
abroad but she has never been bt > en heard in inher InlIerRatiye
h her lIerRatiye he r native country except on the operetta oper operatic operUe ¬
etta Ue stage stageMiss stageMiss
Miss IIMI Cornelia Dyas D pianist Anton AntonKa AntonKUfJIIr AntonKapar
Ka KUfJIIr par violinist violin lilt and Wenceslao Welt lao Vllto Vlltopando 1lllepaado lUl lUlpando
pando cellist will m give a joint recital recitalia recItalla
ia this lhl city early in January The three threemusicians tbreEmUlliclans threemusicians I
musicians are well known kno here for thecellent the theexcellent tbpexcellenl
excellent ex cellent character of their work Miss dlixene MissDyaa
Dyaa Dy ne appeared In a recital at the New NewIVillard Xc XcWillard NewZPillard
IVillard late last season n aDd created a adistinctly adlaUDetly astinctly
distinctly di favorable impression Mr MrKaspar MrICaspar lr lrI
1
Kaspar I r is recognised recop as the Capitals Capitalsbest Capitalb1st
best violinist vlollBl t sari Mr tics lr Vlllopando ha habeen 11 11been has hasbase
been compieuou con pleuoua la musical circles for forseveral forvera1 forseveral
f several vera1 years yea The program pro ram to be of offered 0 0fered offared ¬
f fered at the coming recital has Ita not been beendefinitely befndcanltely beenfinitely
definitely de finitely arranged arrangedA
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A special lI htl symphonic program has been beenprepared beenprepared
p prepared for the tit concert by the United UnitedStates UnltNtStat UnitedStates
s States Stat Marine artRc Band at the Barracks at atS atoclock
j oclock tomorrow afternoon One On of ofthe oCthe ofthe
t the chief number will 111 be
x a It new compo composition ¬ I IIIltioA
8 sition Festival March by Ernest BrnestLent Ernestnt i
j Lent Le nt of this city Mr Loat has won a areputation
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r reputation as a composer and the ac eccoptanee acceptance accoptanee ¬
c coptanee of his latest work by Mr San Santelmana SanthDaDB Santelmaaa
t telmana IB viewed ia the light of an anboaor araHBor anhonor
honor boaorTbe HBorThe
The next concert by the Symphony Or Orchestra Orebe ¬
c chats ebe tra of Washington 1 < ahlagiea x will 111 be given glYentile rr > a athe
t the afternoon of January 8 at the Na National XaUonal Natloaal ¬
t tional Theater Osslp GabrllowiUrh GabrllowiUrhtbe Osbrflowitschthe
the young OURg Russian nI pianist has been beenKged beengttd beenengaged
engaged Kged gttd an soloist Iotat for the concert The Themembers ThemeHlHrs
members m embers of the orchestra have already alreadybegua
begu be begua gun rehearsals and are re actively work working workiRg ¬ I
lag on asters of the numbers which hlch have havebeen ha haHia
been b een selected selectedRlcbard HlectedRlclnInl selectedRichard
Richard Kay violinist of o New ew York Yorkcomemploles Yorkeontempl forkeoatempl
eontempl comemploles es giving a recital here in inJanuary InJtlary
January J anuary when 1ttm he will 11I have the assist assistance slt sltanee ¬
ante of Clifford Alexander Wiley barl barltoae I Itoile
toile Mr lr Kay has been entertaining entertainingmusic eBtertalnlo I Imute
music lovers In the metropolis with a aseries
series rle of recitals which have proved to tobe tobe tobe I
be among the tlt Interesting musical Ieal event eventof events I Ior
of the Ut early season 808 Mr 1 Wiley is I well wellknown i iku
known ku k nown here 1Iee where b he has Ita a vocal stu studio atudie stuaa ¬
die His 11 recitals reel last winter were thor thoroughly thoreugkly ¬
oughly enjoyed and his bl admirers will 111 be beglad begla4 belad
glad g lad to hear him again againIa a8loI gala
Ia I conjunction with Its Jt series Hrl of sym symphony 7m 7mP ¬
phony P OIt1 concerts the Philadelphia Orches Orchestra Orch Orchtra ¬
t tra ha bu determined upon a Young Peo Peoples Peoplell Piepies ¬
pies Educational Course consisting of ofIhe j i
five lectures and ftva re concerts to be begiven
given in Philadelphia This Th is one OD of ofnraay ofuaay ofany I
nraay m any movements taken by the manage management maJ1KteDt > ¬
I Ior i
meat eDt looking Jookl t toward the establishment establishmentof
of a musical j cbllc blle which will give theorgaaiaatba the theorgaaiaztkra theorganlaztlon
orgaaiaztkra its patronage The man management ¬ I i iapIIHHIl
agement of the Philadelphia Orchestra Orchestrabelieve Orcbeat Orchestralnollevss ra raHII
believe HII that the American people d dot do donot doROt
not n ot take their music seriously rIoaly enough enoughand eDou enoughand b
and that the attendance alteDd at Important Importantmusical ImportantJluleal Importantusical I
musical m usical event Is e more of a social func function tunctlDa funcflea ¬
I flea than anything else el It Is the pur purpose purpo ¬
pose po of the gentlemen who have the di direction direction ¬
rection ofvthe Dr the orchestra In hand to en endeavor endeavor endearer ¬
deavor t te create a ta taste te in Philadelphia Philadelphiafor
l for f or better music musicThe DttIateThe
The orchestra orc elttra will assist In illustrat illustrating IIlWitratIng 111wtrattag ¬
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by 11 W J Henderson on The Orchestra Orchestraand OrcbeatraDd Orchestrand
and a nd Its It Instrument the second by byWilliam byWIIIIm
William F Apthorp on Old and Modern ModernOrchestration ModerDOrebetJtraU
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