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Vol xxiv No 48 DeLand Volusia Vol usia County Florida Friday December 3 1909 S100 100 per Year
Florida High School Declamatory Contest ContestFor
For Gold Medals MedalsTO
To the High School Principals of Florida FloridaDear FlorroaDear FloridaDear
Dear Sirs SirsAt SirsAt SirsAt
I Intion
At a recent meeting of the DeLand Local Committee for the Florida State Educational Associ Association A Association soci ¬
ation I was authorized to announce that medals would be provided by this Local Committee to the winners winnersin
in a declamatory contest which will be held here at DeLand on Friday Dec 3ist 31 stimmediatcly immediately following the thecompletion thecompletion thecompletion
completion of the official programme of the F E A APlease APlease APlease
Please observe that under the tariffs issued by the various railroad lai1ro 1d companies the high school schoolstudents schoolstudents schoolstudents
students participating in this contest and all other persons interested intere ted in the contest will be given the same sameexcursion sameexcursion sameexcursion
excursion rates as members of the Association i e one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets can be bebought beboughtasearly bebought
bought boughtasearly as early as nsDec Dec 26th and will be begood good for forretu1l1 return leaving DeLand as late as January 11910 11910Special 11910Special 1 t 910 910Special
Special hotel rates will be provided for those taking part in the contest just as for the delegates to the Con Convention Convention Convention ¬
The rules under which the contest will be conducted are here given givenRULES gi givenRULES ven venRULES
I IThis This Contest shall be open to undergraduate regular regularpupils regularpupils regularpupils
pupils of the high schools of the State of Florida FloridaII FloridaIIThe FloridaIIThe
II IIThe The term High School in this Contest shall be beunderstood beunderstood betmderstood
understood to include 9th loth nth and iath grades of ofregularly oCregularly ofregularly
regularly organized Junior and Senior High Schools SchoolsIll
111 Regular Pupils shall be understood to mean meanthose meanthose menuthose
those who arc in regular attendance and pursuing the full fullcourse fullcourse fullcourse
course as prescribed by the County Count > for Ol the grade in which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they may be enrolled enrolledIV enrolledIVContestunts enrolledIVContestants
IV IVContestunts Contestants must have been in regular attendance attendanceupon attendanceupon attendanceupontheschool
upon upontheschool the school in inwhich which tltcyureenrolled they the are enrolled for forat at least 60 Oodays Oodaysprior days daysprior daysprior
prior to the date of the contest contestV contestVThe
V VThe 1 The contest shall be held in DeLand Fla com contmencing commencing commencing ¬
mencing at 830 S 30 A M I Friday Dec 31 1909 1909VI 1909VIThe 1909Vl
VI VIThe = The number of Judges shall be three and their theirdecision theirdecision theirdecision
decision shall be based upon enunciation general effective effectiveness ¬
ness personality and stage appearance of the contestants contestantsEach contestantsEach contestantsEach
Each aid nidge ge shall without the knowledge of the grades of the theother theother theother
other judges grade rade each contestant separately and shall shallhand shallham1 shallhand
hand such grades to the Chairman of the DeLand De Land Local Com Committee Committee Connmittee ¬
mittee for the F E A who with three High School Princi Principals Principals Principals ¬
pals appointed by him shall make an average tWerae for each eachcontestant eachK eachcontestant
contestant of the grades submitted by by n the three judges In Incase Incase Incase
K case no more than twelve 12 I J contestants contestant enter a single singlecontest singlecontest singlecontest
contest will be conducted and one medal awarded to the boy boycontestant bovcontestnnt boycontestant
contestant who is given the highest average grade among amongthe among amongthe amongthe
the boys participating in the contest and one medal will be begiven begiven begiven
given to the girl contestant who yho is given the highestiaverage higheshaveragegrade highestiaveragegrade highesttaeragegrade
grade among the girls participating in the contest
This contest will come cOlpe off on the morning immediately following the last public session of the theF theF theF
F E A so that all who wish to witness the contest may do so o and still leave DeLand for their homes on the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first day trains leaving l the City after the Public Reception which will be tendered ten ered by the Citizens of ofDeLand ofDeLand ofDeLand
You are earnestly carnestl requested to send arepresentative of your high school to participate in this thiscontest thiscontest thiscontest
contest The judges will be representative educators of Florida selected because of their special fitness to topass topass topass
pass on the merits of this contest contest All 11 high school 5 < 11001 students participating in this contest or visiting the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention will have an apportunity to hear distinguished speakers and to meet the leading educators of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State from all the high schools academics and colleges collegesThe collegesrhe collegesilte
The people of DeLand DeLandand and especially the members of this committee committeewill will take pleasure in inshowing inshowing inshowing
showing special courtesies to these young people while visiting the Association and the City CiiyRespectfully CitroRespectfully CityRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyTHEODORE RespectfullyTHEODOHE RespectfullyTHEODORE
THEODORE D GULP CULTPrincipal GULPPrincipal CULPPrincipal
Principal DeLand Public Schools and Chairman DeLand Local Committee for the F E A Ann
Mrs Minnie Lopez of St Augustine Augustinea
a cousin of Mrs Irj Barber stopped over overnight overnight ¬
night to visit on her way home from fromMiami fromMiami fromMiami
Miami MiamiMr MiamiMr MiamiMr
Mr Demaree Mr Delahunter MrSnider Mr MrSnider MrSnider
Snider and Mr Ir r France went out to Red RedShell HcdShcll RedShell
Shell after bass Each man was wa lucky luckygetting luckygetting luckygetting
getting a fine fish Mr France caught caughthis caughthis caughthis
his first bass weighing 23 pounds of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which hs was justly proud Mr Snider Sniderwent Snidcrwent Sniderwent
went him one better getting a 24 J pound pounder ¬
er That is some sport for one day dayWill darWill dayWill
Will Webster and Gilbert went up to toDaytona toDaytona toDaytona
Daytona in their launch after barrels barrelsbrought barrelsbrought barrelsbrought
brought back a big load only losing two twoon twoon twoon
on the way way down and the water rough roughat
at that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr and Mrs hs Dunham from rom Detroit DetroitMich Detroita DetroitMich
a Mich arrived this week and will stop stopsome stupsomc stopsome
some time at the Barber house houseMr housltr houseMr
Mr tr Bishop from from Lexington Ky will willspend willspend willspend
spend a week here at the Atlantic hotel hotelbefore hotelbefore hotelbefore
before going on to Eden where he will willspend willspend willspend
spend the winter winterNotice winterNotice winterNotice
Notice of the death of Mr tr Gosser Gos er of ofMortonsville ofMOltonsville ofMortonsville
Mortonsville Ky on November 25 was wasreceived wnsrecc wasreceived
received recc vcd Monday It occurred at his hisdaughters hisdnughtcrs hisdaughters
daughters home near Versailles after a along along along
long illness Many friends here are left leftto leftto leftto
to mourn mourrt him He was known as an anexpert anexpert anexpert
expert sheephead fisherman His pleasant pleas pleasant pleasant ¬
ant ways and kind words endeared him himto himto himto
to all he met metDr metDr metDr
Dr McDonald went to Jacksonville Jacksonvillefor
for a few clays on business businessMrs busincsslrs businessMrs
Mrs lrs Chas Miller has come to spend spenda
a few days at the Barber House from fromr
In case there are more than twelve 12 u 2 entries separate separatecontests separatecontcsts separatecontests
contests will be held for the boys and for the girls irls entering
In this case a Board of three judges will be appointed to de determine detennine determine ¬
termine the grades at each of these contests under undertlw the rules rulesindicated rulesindicatcd rulesindicated
indicated above and two medals shall be awarded to thetwo the thetwo thetwo
two boys who are given g en the highest average grades at the theboys theboys theboys
boys contest c ntest anti two medals will be given to the two girls girlswho girlswho girlswho
who are given the highest average grades in the girlscontest girls girlscontest girlscontet
contest In case it is necessary necessary to conduct two separate separatecontests sepamtecontests separatecontests
contests as indicated above they th y shall be held at the same samehour samehour samehour
VII VIIEach Each contestant shall be limited to 10 minutes minutesin
in the delivery of his or her declamation and the committee committeeearnestly cummitteeearnestly cou nnittee nnitteeearnestly
earnestly recommend than inasfaras it is possible to do so socontestants socontetants socontestants
contestants select declamations which will not exceed six si or orseven orseen orseven
seven minutes in time timeVIII timeVIIIContcstants titheVIIIContestants
VIII VIIIContcstants Contestants shall be known by bt J their the 1 number numberupon I1llmhcrupon numberupon
upon the program and the title of their declamation < only onlyand emirand onlyand
and their order on the program shall be determined alpha alphabetically alphabetically alphabetically ¬
betically beticallyIX beticallyIXPupils beticallyI1Pupils
IX IXPupils Pupils must have their application for a place in inthe inthe inthe
the contest with the title of their declanntion declamation signed by the thePrincipal thePrincipal thePrincipal
Principal of their school tiled with Principal Theodore 1 1Culp D DCttlp DCulp
Culp Chairman of the DeLand Local Committee for the theF theF theF
F E A DeLand Florida on or before ul ore Dec De 17 1 iyoi oO The TheChairman TheChairman TheChairman
Chairman of this Committee Cou unittee shall have a list of the con contestants cantestant contestants ¬
testants published in the Tampa Tribune and Times TimesUnion TimesUnion limesUnion
Union in the issues of Dee 22 21909 1909 I
DeLand bringing a nice box of oranges orangesalong orangesalong
along as a Thanksgiving gift for MrsI3arbcr Mrs MrsBarber Irs IrsBarber
Barber I3arbcrMr BarberMr BarberMr
Mr Cary Car Elwes has gone up to Jack Jacksonville Jackson Jacksonville ¬
sonville son iIle for fora a few days on pleasure bent bentMrs uentIrs bentMrs
Mrs Irs Harold Vroomans sister Mrs MrsWillis MrsVillis rrs rrsWillis
Willis and her son from Los Angeles AngelesCalif AngelesCulif AngelesCalif
Calif arrived recently and will visit visithere visithere isit isithere
here for the winterLloyd winter winterLloyd winterLloyd
Lloyd Vrooman wife and children childrenhave childrenhac childrenhave
have come to cat Thanksgiving turkey turkeywith turkerwith turkeywith
with his parents also to shake shal e hands handswith hllnrlwith luaulswith
with old friends friendsCapt fricndsCapt friendsCapt
Capt Slavcns was lucky luck enough to toland toland toland
land a big shark witli one of his new newhooks neWhool newhooks
hooks hool < s The shark was 5 feet long and andweighed Ilne1wc andweighed
weighed wc ghed 68 pounds Many folks viewed viewedit ewed ewedit
it and had their pictures taken takenMr takenI takenMr
Mr I r and nnlLII Mr r Sherrill who have ha e their theirwinter theirwinter theirwinter
winter home inDaytona in Daytona arc staying for fora
a few days at the Barber HouseINSTALLATION HouseINSTALLATION House louseINSTALLATION
Rev C H Ferran Formally Installed as asPastor asPastor asPastor
Pastor Presbyterian Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The First Presbyterian church of ofDeLand ofDeland ofDeland
DeLand formally installed Rev C II IIFerran 11Ferran IIFerran
Ferran as their pastor on Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdaynight 1Veclnesdaynight
night Prayer meeting services in inother inother inother
other churches were suspended and the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various various congregations congrl ations attended the in installation installation installation ¬
stallation services servicesThe se1iccsThe servicesThe
The installation service was con conducted conductcd conducted ¬
ducted by Rev McKinnon of Sanford SanfordRev SanfordRe SanfordRev
Rev Re Cooper of Umatilla delivered deliveredthe
the charge to the pastor pastorThe pastorThe pastorThe
The charge to the people was given givenby givlnby givenby
by Elder D L Thrasher of Sanford
Curtis W Noble NobleCurtis NobleCurtis NobleCurtis
Curtis W Noble oblc aged 74 4 years died diedat diedat diedat
at Houston Tex 1e on Saturday Novem November No oem oemher em emher ¬
her 28 at tot 2011 o II t Leelaml Leelai l avenue a enUl The Thefuneral Thefuneral filefuneral
funeral services will be held this after afternoon aftcrI afternoon ¬
noon from the residence at a 3 oclock oclockRev odockRe oclockRev
I Rev Re Dr William State Jacobs otViciat otliciaturrr otViciating ol1iciating
urrr ing n ncenleterv Interment 1 will be in Hollywood Hollywoodcemetery Hollywoodcemetlry
cemetery cemeteryThose cemetlryfhosl cenletervhose
Those hose who have 1m e been selected as pall pallbearert pnllbealwt pallbearert
bearert are as follows W L Barley Barle J JII JII JII
II Townscnd R R Boggs John Col Collins Collins Collins ¬
lins R Reynolds and A SodichDeceased Sodich SodichDeceased SodichDeccased
Deceased was one of the oldest resi residents residents residents ¬
dents of Houston having come to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city in in 1840 I S o where he has since resided residedHe reideellie residedIdc
He is survived by h three sons R F W WL Wr 1VL
L r and W S Noble oill and by one laugh daughter ¬
ter Mrs Irs L 1 M r Andres AndresHouston Houston Tex Texas Te Teas Teas ¬
as as exchange exchangeOn e Mange MangeOn
On the evening of Friday December DellmherIi
17 1 St t Barnabas Guild of the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcnpadchurch
church will give a Country Party Partvin Partvinthe in inthe inthe
the form form of a dance at the Putnam It Itwill ItI Itwill
will be for the benefit of the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
I church and will be a most attractive attractiveparty altlact attractiveparty e epart
party part in every ever way There will he an anorchestra anI anorchestra
I orchestra and refreshments 1l The grand grandmarch grandmarch grandmarch
march will be led by one of the prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent society women of the city cityId cityId cityId
Id like some fly specks said the theman theman thematt
man at the cafe cafeSir cafeII cafeSir
II Sir Sid asked the waiter haughtily haughtilyHavent haughtilyI
Havent you von got fly specks specksasked specksaskedthe asked askedthe askedthe
the man manNo manI manNo
I No o sir said the waiter waiterThen waiterI waiterThen
Then said the man take them themof thclnoff themltoil
I of off the bill of fare fareNew New York Press
The Florida State Federation of ofWomans ofWomans ofIVotnans
Womans Clubs hubs recently rlllntl in 111 session m mPalatha in in1alatka inPnlat
1alatka Pnlat 1m emphasised lmlhas ccl I the importance of ofCivic ofCi ofCivic
Civic Ci ic Improvement ImprovementCivic
Civic beauty beaut and commercial ad advancement advancement 111 111ancement ¬
vancement are twin promotors of a acommunitys acommunitys aconttnnnitvs
communitys best development de ye hupnlemt Civic Civicimprovement lyle lyleitnproventent l limploellclI
improvement t looking to creating the thetown thetown thetown
town beautiful is an important factor factorand factoranll factorand
and requires requires the cooperation of all allcitizens allcitixclI allcitizens
citizens citizensWhile citixclIWhilc citizens1Vhilc
While attractive homes and front frontyards frontyards frontyards
yards beautiful trees and 111 < 1 clean streets streetsare streetsarc streetsarc
arc indispensable it1 < it is equally neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary that all useless unsightly un i htly objects objectsbe
be removed from every every traveled thor thoroughfare thoroughfm thoroughfare ¬
oughfare from the surroundings of pub publie Pllblic publie
lie buildings hui clings and anI I stores from vacantlots vacant vacantlots ala n t tlots
lots side and back yards Take a stroll strollin strollin strollits
in any direction in our oUllittk little city manyliscreditable many manydiscreditable manycli
discreditable cli spots may be seen seenThcCivic sellIThe seenlImeivie
ThcCivic The i vie Deparlmeiitof l Depart111 > eparlnlllI mtof t of the Womans 11omansclimb Womansclub Womansclub
club of DeLand l > has been requested to tosend tolIHl tosend
send to the Civic ide Department of the theState thetate theSlate
State tate Federation a photo of the most mostunsightly mostunsightly utmostunsightly
unsightly spot in DeLand How fine it itwould ittwollld I Ioulcl
would oulcl be to truthfully say say there is not notone nottoll
one lnl A 1 hint to the wise is sullicient sullicientOn I
> I <
On December 7 at 3 p m the meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of the Womans unmans Club limb will be in incharge inchargl incharge
charge of the Literary Department DepartmentMrs
Mrs I rs G j P 1 Carson arsoll chairman chairmanThe chairnlmtnThe I IThl
The The program promises to be one of ofinterest ofintlrlst ofinterest
interest and will follow the line of study studypursued stuc stucpursucd studypursued
pursued by by this department which is isTravel i is1rawel i iIm
Travel Im vl1 Studv of EnglandImportant England EnglandImportant En la nl nlImportant
Important Meeting Womans Auxiliary AuxiliaryThe
The Womans Auxiliary Audliar of St Barna Barnabas Barnabas Ilarnabits ¬
bas church will meet on Monday 1ecenlber De December DlCll11her ¬
cember 6 j > at 530 to 0 p in A i cordial invi invitation in vitaaion vi vitat ¬
tation tat inn is is extended to all church women womenvisitors womcnvhitols tvontenwi
visitors wi liters in in the city to attend this u meet meeting IIIllting ecting ¬
ing The directors request Tin Ninvs Ninvsto rns rnsto
to publicly thank the ladies who so sogenerously soCnlrllllsl sogenerously
generously h Cnlrllllsl donated articles IIl LllS for tiled tiledbarrel tliedbarrel
barrel hbatwl of clothes sent to Kentucky K nlucky and andIf atHll atHllto auntto
If to the box of of groceries sent to tIll tlu1Church tIllhlllch thelutrch
Church Home and Hospital llo pital in Orlando OrlandoA lI tnco tncoA
A Splendid Entertainment EntertainmentOnly Entertainmentnly EntertainmentOnly
Only nly a very small number attendedtheentcrtainmentgiven attended attendedthe alt lnlkd lnlkdtl1
the tl1 theentcrtainmentgiven entertainment given by h bytliellkahest bytliellkahestLadies tin Alkahest AlkahestLadies lkaJllst1lIlilS
Ladies cua Juartctte UaltCltl rtette in the public schoolam school schoolauditorium schoolaUllitorillm
auditorium am a torinnl Friday night Those Im 51 who whowere whoCrl vhowere
were Crl present however were delighted delightedand < lllightedanll
and regretted that their friends missed missedsuch lIIisslllsuch missedsuch
such a good time Prof Culp 1llp wants to tohave tohave I Ihan
have a number of similar intertainmunts intertainmuntsthis in tertainntentsthis
this year year but the slim attendance of oflast oflast oflast
last Friday night lIi ht rather discourages discourageshim
him himCatholic hiinCatholic
I ICatholic
Catholic Entertainment I
A 1 supper and musical will be given g en on onTuesday onTuesclay on1uesdav
Tuesday December 14 for the benefit benefitof
I of the th Catholic church in the magnificent magnificentnew magnif cent centnew
new store building of G A Dreka This Thisentertainment Thisentertainllllnt thisentertainnnent
entertainment will be held by the ladies ladiesof la1icsof
I Iof
of the Altar Ital Society SOl lty of which Mrs rrs Will WillAllen Willi Willil1en 1VillAllen
Allen l1en is the energetic president It Itwill Ittrill
will be high class in every respect and andeveryone anlleclyone auuleveryone I
everyone should < l come out to see the thefirst thefirst
first event in the grand gral1dlle new store tor Re Remember RlI1llmlwr Renteulllxr ¬
member date fuller information next nextweek nextweek
week weekLOCAL weekLOCAL weekLOCAL
The following schedule is published publishedfor j
for the benefit of the traveling public publicA
A C Line LineTrains LineLeave I II
Trains raws Leave I Leave eae j I
Southbound SouthbounclI35 1135 h3 and 515 m3 p m mNorthbound inNorthhoundt21o
Northbound orthboundtlo 1210 and a foul 111 310 p in nt1e inDeLand mDeLalld I
DeLand 1e Laud Junction JunctionNorthbound junctionorthhollhllJ J inlet
Northbound 2140 JO a m mSouthbound ntSouthbomdm I
Southbound uthboundI 140 40 JO a m mTrains 111Trnins ntrrains
Trains Arrive ArriveFrom ArrivcFrom ArriveFrom
From From South outhI i 1ro no 1 and 310 10 p in inFrom I IFrom IFront
From North North1 rthI 135 h3 5 and 5t5 15 P m mHacks mHac1 mtIlacls
Hacks Hac1 meet all night trains at June Junetion jll1Ction Jimmietion
F E C Railway RailwayArrive RailwayArrive RailwayArrive
Arrive Orange Oran e CitYI City 1150 t 50 a m
425 p m mLeave mLeae nmLeave
Leave Orange City CitY12 1250 50 o and andp 530 530p 5 Jo Jop
p in inHacks mIlacks milBacks
Hacks meet all trains trainsClyde trainsClyde trainsClyde
I i
Clyde Line River KiverBoats iver iverBoat l lI3oats
Boats arrive DeLand Landing 5 or 6 6a i ia Ia
a mI3oats m mBoats
1 1Boa
Boats Boa ts arrive arri c Beresford 12 t to 2 p m inMucks mhacks
Mucks meet all boats I I
Gauls Groat Oratorio Joan of Arc to toHave toHave toHave
Have Fine Presentation on Friday FridayDecember FridayDecember FridayDecember
December 10 10Joan 10joan 10Jonut
Joan of Arc The Maid of Orleans Orleanswas orletnstvas rleall rleallwas
was burn at It Domreiny ol1lcmy January j alluary 6 3 1412 1412Dotnremy IJ m d I IlJoll1rell1 1iontrenty
Dotnremy lJoll1rell1 > is a village on the River RiverMeuse RiwrllUSC RiverJleuse
Meuse in the province plO vi lice of Vosges VosgesFrance VosgeFmnce VosgesFrance
France FranceThe FmnceThe Francelime
The Oratorio Uratol o opens with a May Ia fes festival fest festivtl ¬
tival t al at Domreiny the home of Joan JoanJoan joalljoan JoanJana
Joan however is absent and Philip in inlove inlove inhove
love with Joan laments her absence absenceJoan absencej absenecJoan
Joan j oan finally comes but takes no part i ithe ithe ithe
the festivities She lw is brooding over overthe OVerthe ewerthe
the woes of France She he is summoned summonedby
by Spirit Voices to take up the cause of ofFrance uCFrance ofFratteeuul
France Fratteeuul and light for its freedomJoan freedomJoanilUwes freedom Joan Joanleaves Joanleaes
leaves the village and urged by thedictittes the thedictates thellictatls
dictates of her Voices seeks the aid of ofthe ofthe
the Governor of Vaucouleurs lie
pays payslittle parslittle payslittle
little heed to her at first but finally
Stirred by her revelations gives her hernid hernidJoan herai1Joan aid aidJoan
Joan assumes mans garb a necessary necessaryprotection necessaryprotlctioll necessaryprotection
protection at this period puts on a suit suitof suitof stiltof
of armor buckles on a sword and with tviththorse withhorse withhorse
horse and banner accompanied by byseveral hyseeral byseveral
several brave hm e knights hastens on to tobesieged tobcsieged tobesiegcd
besieged Orleansheir Orleans OrleansTheir OrlellnsThe
Their The heir l way is full of peril rivers l crs are areunfordable arelInforelahle areunfordahle
unfordable and it is necessary to sleepin sleep Icepin
in strange woods oolls and travel in to strange strangeand strangcand strangeand
and unfrequented spots licn is passed passedThe passedThl passedlime
The music I11U depicts the villagers all agog agogover agogoer agogover
over her coming and an 1 going goinganll and tin tinchorus l thechorus he hecholus
chorus A 1 Shepherd Maid has passed passedreflects passellrctlecls passedreflects
reflects to a large degree the patriotism patriotismof pat otisll1 otisll1of
of the villagers and their faith in the thenew thunew thenets
new leader leaderJoan lewlcrj leaderJoan
Joan j oan and anlll1lr her faithful followers finally lmtllyreach finallyreach final I Ireach >
reach Orleans I Iealls The enemys
outposts outpoststhrough uutpoSlSthrough outpoststhrough
through fear make no attempt to stop stopher stuphtr stopher
her from entering the city The siege siegeis s lgu lguis
is raised raisedJoan Joan goes to the cathedral to togive togive togive
give thanks Other victories v llor ls follow followAt folio folioi followt
At i t Compiegne omp lgl1l however howe VLI reversal rle ral comes comesthe CUI1IlSlhl cut ucs ucsthe
the French are driven back backnlrellling backnlrelllingto retreating retreatingto
to the drawbridge < of the town tutin which whicheither whkhl tvbicheither
either l lhlr by treachery trcalillI > or cowardice is isclosed isclocd isClosed
closed on Joan who is taken tlll en to Rottenttiel Rouen Rouentried Roulntr
tried tr lcI condemned and led to the slake stakefor slakefor slakefor
for execution May Ma Iay 1431 1431The IJJ I IThe iIto
The Ito splendid Sllcl1diclmus music l written by Gaul Gaulcarries Gaulcal Gaulcarries
carries cal cs the story along graphically from fromscene flOlI1SClnl troutscene
scene to scene The music fits the story storyword story stOfwonl storyword
word for word Gaul has taken ad advantage alvantage advantage ¬
vantage of every eel > situation and built huillUP huillUPc1mmalie updranuutic up updramatic
dramatic climaxes not surpassed bv bvany hyany byaumy
any modern composer composerThe lOl1lloslrThe composerIlme
The work requires r requires good interpreta interpretation inlcrpctationtlw interpretationthe ¬
tion tiontlw the pathetic emotional vierd wicrclanci tvicrdand vierdand
and dramaticmust be worked out outA outclose outA
A close listener will feel however howeverthat howccrthat howeverthat
that great religious fervor pervades the theentire thecnt theentire
entire cnt le work workMiss worklbs workJliss
Miss lbs Lena Conkling will assume the thepart thepall timelat1t
part of o Joan She has been working workingearnestly wkingeamestr workingearnestly
earnestly and faithfully on this work workand workat1l1 workand
and she will virtually ittllall live the part of ofJoan ofJoan ofJoan
Joan in singing the great music musicII
II l Wilmshurst tenor will sing singthe singtill singthe
the part of Philip Mr Ir Wilmshurst is isa isa isa
a reliable singer and will give a good goodaccount goollaccount goodaceuunt
account of himself himselfMr himselfrr himselfJlr
Mr rr Arthur Milam will sing the hari baritone haritone bartoile ¬
tone partsJars parts partsMrs partsIts
Mrs Its C B Rosa is is daily rehearsing rlhearl > ing a asplendid aslkullill asplendid
splendid orchestra to accompany thesoloists the thtsoloists thesoloists
soloists and antlcllOrus chorus Mrs Irs C S Farris Farrisa l orrisa
a thoroughly reliable pianist and ac accompanist accompanist acconlllanist ¬
companist will wi I be at the piano pianoMrs pianoIr hnanuJlrs
Mrs Ir Geo eo Silden will play the orjan orjanHer ot nranIles an anIlcr
Her splendid work in the Elijah will willlong willlong willlong
long be remembered rememberedProf rlmcmhlrlllProf rtnmerutbcrelProf
Prof John W Phillips will conduct conductthe COnlllctthe conductthe
the performance plrffJrma nCl nClfit t tStatistics r rStatistics
Statistics fit tist ls show that there t are 40000 40000HUT tooooHurt 10000111n
HUT nvirrird I1t1n mum rrird f1 nun lInn t ii i n nnrrird mu trrirdwomen trrirdwomenin women womenin
in the United States lltls At t first blush blushthat hillshthat blushthat
that looks like a solfconnuliitory solfconnuliitorystatement Sf1 fcont Ir1jtorr Ir1jtorrstllemlnl
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great gr t many mI11 men in the United States Statesimmigrants Statesinmligrantshave tltl S Simmigrantshal
immigrants immigrantshal have left ll t their wives in the thecountries thoCOllnt thecountries
countries COllnt ls from which thovcame thovcameIn they came camern anteIn
In Philadelphia grafting has been re reduced reclllccd redttce1 ¬
duced to a science and no possible possiblemeans possiblemean possibleneamis
means of extracting graft is overlooked overlookedSome ocrlookedSome overlookedSome
Some of the court attendants have been beenfound beenfOllnll beetsfotuul
found peddling pl cldling admission tickets to tocriminal tocriminal tocriminal
criminal trials where dirty cases were werebeing werabeing werebeing
being heard

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