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Death of Mr. Robert Harris.
Mr. Robert Harris, formerly a resident of our city, and a popular conductor on the I. C. R. R., died at his home four miles west of Charleston early last Saturday morning from a long illness of brights disease. He was popular with and esteemed by our people, and the news of his death was re ceived with deep sorrow. He leaves a devoted wife and three children to mourn his death, who have the sympathy of their host of friends here. Mr. and Mrs J. E, Lipsey and children, of Memphis, Mrs. Ed. Matthews, of Oxford, Mrs. L. W Dekle, of Canton, and Miss Jessie Johnson, of Clinton, were called to our city this week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lee Hawkins. Rev. T. H. Dorsey ret urru d home Monday night from Tunica where he bad been assisting the pastor of the Methodist church, Rev, J. W. Raper, in a several days’ sue cessful revival meeting, Mr. and Mre. P. Ohlson and their Mother, Mrs. S E. Van Vranken, left Tuesday morning for Elkhart, Ind., where Mesdaraes Ohlson and Van Vranken will spend several months Mr, Ohlson will return home in a few days. Notice to the Public. The firm of Buckley Brothers, composed of Richard Buckley and H. G. Buckley has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Rich ard Buckley taking over all prop erty of every kind and description belonging to the firm, and he also assuming all debts or liabilities of the firm. The business will be continued under the supervision of the owner under the firm name of Richard Buckley. We desire to thank our friends and patrons for their patronage in the past, and we bespeak for the new firm the same favor and con sideration. Richard Buckley. H. G. Buckley. This, April 13th, 1914. (Sitott bg tbs pupils ttf jiUiBB (fllgbe ^'bipmatt Jfrribag (fitamitg, jjttag lf 1914. PROGRAMME 1 Gypsy Rondo_J. Hayden, Arr. by Kramer Annie Belle Anderson Maxyne Mauldin Hazel Holley 2 Valse Vive_Geo, L. Spaulding Marcia Mauldin 3 Skating_B. Cecil Klein Mary Robinson 4 Austrian Song_J. A. Packer, Op. 69, No. 1 Pauline Williamson 5 Grande Valse Caprice_H. Engleman Minnie Maude Markette 6 Le Carillon_Leon Ringuet, Op. 19 Ruth Parks, Corinne Miller 7 Neckerein_Henrick Lichner, Op. 249, No, 2 Margaret Woods 8 Dance of the Fairies_Harry J. Linclon Nina Williams 9 Poupee Valsante_Ed. Polindi Hazel Holley 10 Dream Days___ Ruth Fulmer, Anna Ray Royal 11 Cooing Doves_H. W. Petrie Beatrice Mackey 12 Serenade Badine__Gabriel Marie Audley Kennedy 13 Valse Brilliante-M. Moszkowski Ruth and Quinn Parks 14 Napolita_Leon P. Braun, Op. 7, No. 4 Maxyne Mauldin 15 La Papillon_Calixa La Valle Annie Belle Anderson 16 Rhapsodie Migonne_Carl Koelling, Op. 110 Sadie Newell 17 Serenade___C. Roland Flick Kate Woods 18 Solo--Selected Hazel McDermott 19 Comrades in Arms_F. Clifton Hoyle Inder Davidson, Anna Ray Koval 20 Shepards All and Maidens Fair_Nevin, Op. 16, No. 2 Coralie Blackston 21 Salute A’Pesth_Henri Kowalski, Op. 13 Frances Tatum 22 Staccato Caprice______Max Vogrich Mary DePoyster 23 Grande Valse Brilliante_Emil Liebling, Op. 12 Inder Davidson 24 Hungarian Rhapsodie, No. 2_FranzLiszt Ruth Fulmer 25 Midsummer Night’s Dream_S, S. Smith, Op. 76 Mary DePoyster and Coralie Blackston 26 Good Night___J. Goldenberg Class