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15 V r5 Jit x dividual .native acton who coukl-well compare with the foreign pro duct; it has had to give the palm for aggregate talent and elaborate ecenio accessory and detail- to foreigners, such as Henry Irving. Salvini's indomitable energy and his worthy ambition need only the extra capital to equip his organization on precisely the same lines as those of the great English actor. In the meantime it is generally ac knowledged that his produc tions are more complete, and they give greater evidence of an artistic appreciation of detail than those of any of his Ameri can contemporaries. Mr. Salvini will present "The Three Guardsmen' in this city. soul uplifting as when rradered by. the clear musical voices of a boy choir. Mr. H. J. Seamark has been the choir master for several' years. The organ is a tine toned Hook k Hastings. It has been in use about tea years; the tone is mellow, deep and musical, and under the skilful hands of Miss Stella Rice, who has been the church organist for the past four years, is a fwportant factor in the statical service. WTsfdeBAi aKMre of the so MUSICAL.. On Wednesday evening at the conservatory ten of Pro fessor Gray's advanced pupils in piano and pipe organ gave a recital, which was attended by a large and cultured audience. As arule piano recitals are not appreciated, except by those especially interested in the study of the piano, to entertain an audience for an entire even ing; but this proved to be aa? exception. The program was" eo thoroughly good and so finely rendered that the inter est increased with each suc ceeding number. The program was of an exceptionally high order and rendered with much finish. The choirof the Holy Trinity Episcopal church is one of the few eurpliced choirs in the west. It consists of forty-five members, the voices of the men and boys being augmented by those of fifteen ladies. While perhaps the ideal Burpliced choir Bhould consist of male voices entirely, still the ladies add not a little to the beauty of the singing, which is so important a part of the beautiful service of the Episcopal church, and which is never bo Lbbb9sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi Fw9rSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl FiZrliBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB-- f ifMtBMrf f air pact, -, fa wTafah ftfcr jciaf music, and congregations are becoming more critical and de manding better service of those engaged to lead them. All of which augers well for steady advancement along this line. Buy your millinery at the Famous and get a fino imported after dinner cup and saucer. All lawn services are due and payable April 1st at the water office. J. W. Pebcival, Water Commissioner. The Famous can suit you in anything pertaining to millinery. Largest and most complete stock of ribbons in the city, especially in Moire effects, at the Famous. ALBXAXDBR 8ALVIXI be undersold. Hotaling & Son are selling a very fine queen olive at 25 cts. a quart. They have also been getting in a fine line of dried fruits. Their goods and prices are well worth looking up, as they do not allow themselves to Store 1425 O street; telephone G10. Wedding invitations printed or engaved at this office. TVlRHYNlRE, STORES Nfto HMHNWTC. All the New Spring Styles in Furniture just arrived, and at Prices lower than ever. Quick Meal Gas Ranges from $15 to $35. 100 Leonard Refrigerators from $5 to $50. See txe Syracuse Weeel, Its et ZVi:xxri.ea IXIS ODO II2S ST JSOMfc:E:ET.