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SCHOOL TO HOLD
'flalph Adams Gram to Be
Orator xomguu ut uiua
I SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
J, -.neertent exercises of the Pann-
Sd Pta. .tra'ati MI bo held
S In tha Broad Street Theatre. DL
tenia '" ," -n(i certificates will do
' ited to 49 Kraduatea or the various de
EVENING liBIXJBR-filLADELPHIA,, THURSDAY, MATT 2& 1916.
mention ft Jhttltfi"S5!.l.h WJfV'r'
acoratlv niiiiiJ I. if'?,r'..'0 'or consistent
Jo Mildred Kit SiJILnlV,l KorK A? rted
UleM ro,t honorabla mention to Conrad
John L$?rlf',rZFi ofTf rd br Vr
ireneraT exeilfnS.. lhA M"U Committee, for
Marlon Himl ?.-A1timo,,,!ni'-rAw'""''
Ml " "mP. Honorable mention to Huth Stew
Mtnf 5Lf,A?..A,"",5! Association for the best
Aiwmm Tb R5. t . "U.lM costume .class
iiii. :e?..,0. 'nnJ A. Dixon, honorshls mn.
tlon to Henry p
otretrAedRto BH'HT.,V0,'Im00K.1'nIZB- '
bis ! ni,?Btcl'0.? . "lustration rlaei for tho
t... L;"- """n nwsrD.o in ti.in. w
work Awarded to tlettle
.m.nts of the school, this comprises
t of the largest classes over graduated
Competition among the students for the
V.. of prises offered, which ncludo
".. valuable scholarships, was keen
Kffitat th? school year Just .losing,
V?UR: ;.iii that the work was of the
gi HD Ui - y
t W5 jr"," . hn onene,i bv Then.
,2 c Search, president of the school.
f H IL. ..ih)t will ho "The Dawn of
Cram, w :"-'y;( ,
J jw Day for Art.
Diplomas will be awarded to student In
r branches, three In tho art department
.1 o In tho textllo departments, nioven
Vudenta will receive diplomas In tho nor.
mil art department; nine In tho Illustration;
lht In Interior decoration; 19 ln the reg
!?t.,. ilxtlto course, and two In tho chem-
trr dyeing nnd printing course.
lllJ.17 In tlio art department will be
warded to Lesion worth Betts, Agnes
ujrtha. Brlggs, Marjorle nastlako, Dor-
Juy Shoemaker nnd Irene Guerry Starr.
Charles Godfrey Leland scholarship for
school year 1010-1917, awarded (to Otllla
Pbllllpe Bachmani SI. Theresa Kcehmle
icholarshlp for school yar 1916-1017,
awarded to Margarot Ellen Harper;
Aspasla Eckert Itnmborger scholarship for
ichool year 1916.1917, awarded to Mary
Bihls Sweeny Edward Tonkin Dobbins
Jcholarshlps for school year 1916-1917,
awarded to Harold Samuel Brecht, Merle
Wesley Jewell, Charles Leslie Penell.
Scholarships In tho textile department for
the school yenr 1916-1917 wore awarded
to Ernest Tolland, Jr., WllllamFrcderlck
Bullet, B. S Mi'lspagh, Ervln D. Wllmer
and Joseph Stoll.
Immediately following tho graduation
axerclses tho annual exhibition of students
work will bo on view nt the school build
log. Broad and Pino streets. The exhibition
will bo open to tho public from 10 a. m.
rway. to oaiuraay, juno 3, Incluslv
The graduates are:
Pobert A. Dnur Joseph 8. Jnnoka
Itirrusrlte C Ilecht lMilla McC I.lnvllle
frukR. Davis nilzabeth. Pllabry
Louli Ewald Mildred A. Poat
Edward H. Suydam.
NORMAL ART INSTRUCTION.'
Viri B. . Baaheller Kllzaheth T. Norrls
BarnrW. Faycett r'harlotta If Soi?
m'' ilia H. Hlbbard Mildred h. Smedley
Earl J. Taylor.
fi"A.,or b"' 'i
" jfiSSr.WVS. K"!"n.2!0D.
beat r ikiiA.i' Jl""'! ,'iaBS, IIB, for the
OftVdena rf!L.B'WlmJ''"re.m. ?. oololcal
,, .,'"1 f". . awaraca 10 nenry l'lta
10 lUi n" anLfi nature work Awarded
i?M lio.VS'&..te"?'"M .ntia to Mil-
jerond, IS. awar
able n'.niT .J1?.??.. ,0 KSh''n Maeom honor
tlno Ma?'inS "'"'Mfd Lupprlan and Model-
or&'lnSi ?;1E! WISTKH PlUZn. 110. for
Van Ara&,'KII? h0norble mention to Jamea
i23.vy.in, $10. for or alnal rie an In
it. -"" uuciru
inaum rata &.... ii . - . i-. . --z
bv thi i.:.i,"-."ucnJw?rK aa may. uo aeierminea
i."'"'" i Rwarafl Awaraed to itenrv r:.
?"fi. t'JAk'P .MUim MBMORIAL PHIZK.
K-'ffi T"Torll ln arawlnri from the caat
tn vSi.ton-DAY,l,1 8inon. .honorable mention
5 J(dfflirt',T1. Miller and Earle J Taylor
prtiJfe .'lN.0,'R . OSTEU SPECIAL
iiiiiiS !?i for t""' example of water color
5,.12lJ?1mRdS Pn .Arnold unbleached pPr"
M--a5di.t0 John J. A Dixon, honorable men-
Tt..r.,orence v I'eeK
PIIIKR fil'trnl'.AnDiitna t-tt tsntmrr
XkAU llln-lU17 Awarded to Lesion Worth
llotta, Acnp Martha llrlirtra. Marlnrla Halt.
Dorothy Shoemaker nnd Irene Querry
cellence, reitular eourae, third iear Awarded to
JIEMIV rnlEDnKROKll MEMORIAL
5.10, to atudent ranklna; eeennd In Ben-
cl!a.r.l5." r- Ollmore
M i in,
erni excellence, reaular coureo. third iear
Awaraea to Jacob 11. Jacobs: honorable mention
,0-,".!ler ' lerson and Oharles V Mann,
,TMU .."TEXTILE WOULD - JOURNAL"
rillL. SI, i. to student of day chemistry, dye
jnr and prlntlnir class attalnlns the highest rat
ine for the car'a ork-Awarded to Loula
,7X)U ..'JTEXTILC WORLD - JOl'RNAL"
PRIZE. (10, to student of evening chemistry,
delmr and printing class attaining- the high-
eei rating jor me lull tnrce-jear course
Awarded to Thomnn K,nn,v
rlc. regular course
waiter j. h no ,
lion to Lott Ilslen Tsong Wei
for best jacquard design with
mar course, mint aear
r J. Single; honorable men-
ami unanes w
Ralph V. Ohmer
TonrtB n ITmiip....
ft!.. b.- V.a" JomT? N Van Arts-
Berths Tt. Rlbo
ffljy S. Crooks
Htlta A. JIann
Isabella T. Watts
REQULAR TEXTILE COURSE
bi(j u, ..iiiawmttm waiter m. i-ierson
hJahn I'llmer T.VnrlArlnlr'f nnn
, durlei P. Ollmoro John II Schwohm
WwardtV. Halpln Walter J Single
, William L. Holmes, Jr. Samuel E. stain
ucol) II Jacobs Frederick W. Stolzen-
Walter II. Lorlmpr Kri- "
Ckarles W. Mann Lott Ir T Wol
Charles W. Nceld, Jr. John I Wlttentwr,? .ir.
CHEMISTRY, DTEING AND TniNTJNO
Lrols Friedman John R. Murphy
Prlics were awarded as follows:
. rBEDERICK OUAFF PRI2E. 20. for nrchl.
iKturai aesign Awarded to Howard Rllet
rinn ... im, t, ii.i..
bonrkb e mention to
ounil'lilKV I.UIJAND I'RIZn. I1R
f.rttb? J!rs Jo.hn U.nrrlson for thV'beat work
h intiitration Awarded to Helena Day. non-
,h.i. .- r-
CO.MMITTEE OF WOMEN'S
if ..!. V". "1'"D5in uuano o I esple
,t). lor the npnt unr In Mm n..A , J
Utr 111 drau nXv.ZA.A ". "m.Sl"7,.".'"'.
.&'"Sn3troSiA0 i" nriggsahdLeston
iSr.j."""3:t 10-. Ir decorntUo deslgn---
ii ii.l V "'ueyL.1'!,0J!e! Honorable mention
SftitLane' JT,n,rd-ll)- 'r best work In
IMwarde4,to. Re" Spangenberei hon
wjMe, mention to Bona Englestoff
t ,t!,.i5.2p '" n?0,el,nB. Awarded to Mary
EMua h! llSS?,r?t1S WWAW 'oLolo Moore.
te.RAS?1nper?LBaU"i h0n0rllle "MSi l5
fC7,i!.2UN'E AXFORD MAOEE PRIZE. 20.
S VjV,ork ny be determined by the Jury
KkSorWl pT.Y&VA?. 9KRLTON HARRISON
WWW"- for wroueht ,ron-
b.itwnrt'iS1. pAlZB. Drawing Table, for the
UVlo h..In"rumeI!.t,al Drnwlnr Awarded "n
te.nBrn,d,1niharhrea'i!-eam?r,on.,l0n t0 W,n""1
I10 00L?,,U.BTJUAI'' ART LEAGUE PRIZD.
Ut " 'V "Wltorloua work by a student rnein
kJL?.tithe LaBUo Awarded to Lola Moore
TS',W,e?Jlll" ' Marlon E Hempt Jloore'
rVoHhSLiSN8 PF-B. llTnO. offered
nitSI S. aera'd Evans, of the Advisory Com.
TO, '"' .P' of cabinet work mifrtoVlou.
Brtfiii. V-"u Fjocui'on Awarded to Claudius
TOr"ny0Hoby'Pera'nUon i Charles Xt'SgfgS
1" u'SSSoma? npnnRTs.RizD. jzo.no. to
f &Ji'Yti"" ean8wechhye. V0rrn!!yP
aVno-'br ir .LIi!i.11V2?s- oo".
...I0HN 1IARHISON P1.1-T- n.' . .
Kaolin Harrison for w7ii fc"Z. J"r.?
.i, uu awarded in nl.,jii...-"n"i."' 'n
... - -.,,. xirvinnp nn ni
. ., , ,,v,w,
Awarded to v
THE THOMAS HARRISON riHZE, IIS., to
student of the eenlng olasn attaining the high
est rating for the full three-yenr course In
chemistry Awarded to Frederick lluber,
. THE MISS CLYDE PRI.E, fill, for best
Jacntiard dtsign with executed fabric regular
course, second year Awarded to lohn Soler,
Jr.! honorable mention to William F. IHrtell.
THE JOSEPH ELIAS PRIZE. 110, for best
designed And woven jacquard Bilk fabric, silk
course, second yenr Awarded tn Claude It,
Good! honorable mention tn John H. Uunnlns;.
THE JOHN 0 CARKUTII PRIZE, 10. for
highest rating In the wool course, second year
Awarded to John R. Cullls; honorable mention
to John K TnWor.
THE KROllT it FITE MANUFACTURING
COMPANY PRIZE. $10. for highest rating In
cotton course, second ear Awarded to Abe
Marshall Loeb; honorable mention to John w.
THE MRS. J08EPH F. RINNOTT PRIZE.
$10, for highest rating In the chemistry, dye
ing nnd printing course, first year Awarded to
John C Trimbles honorable mention to Ralph
A. Frlssell , v
THE JOSEPll ELIAS TRIZE. 110. to stu
dent attaining the highest rating: for year's
work. eenlna iacauard course, first year
Awarded tnWllllam L. King . . ..
THE IIETUIEUT D. ALLMAN PRIZE, I0,
offered by Howard D Allman for tho best prac
tical color acheme for woven stuffs. Including
rugs nnd carpetlngs. to a member of the second
year day class Awarded to Carl E. Hcchti
honorabloment on to Abram urannt. ,
THE DELTA PHI PSI FRATERNITY TRIZE.
Jin. for gene.al cxcellenco In weave formation
and fabric analjals. Hrst-yoar classes Awarded
,TVlEL-DSr:i,:rArtZttpPA PHI FRATERNITY
PRIZE J10. for beBt executed work on the hand
Imrneea loom. Ilrst-s ear classea Awarded tp
James O Inman. honorable mention to John r.
"'THE PHI TSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. 10,
fnr iit.t executed work In color harmony and
design, first-year classes Awarded to V E a
,ii ,1 i ,i 1 1 i i ','
, ii , 1 1 1, ' n
. . vJS-.
VICTOR TEST AT CA'MDEN "FAIR,"
COLUMBIA AND EDISON RECORDS
Artists Appear in Keal Person and Audience Make Mental
Contrasts New Offerings for Phonograph Preparing
for Behrens Opera Club's "Cavalleria Rusticana"
IN MERION'S FETE
Mrs. Frank A. Hookey (above)
and Miss May Walsh will take
part in the Teto Champetre to bo
licld tomorrow and Saturday at
Mcrion Convent for the benefit of
Mater Miscricordiao Hospital.
ears George Ault, Luke Gillespie, A. W. Scho
field. , WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE, two yesrs
Arthur C. Flexer, John II Senior, Russell C.
WORSTED. YARN MANUFACTURE, one year
John X llrady, Harry Flanagan. C. Herbert
Hnrrlgan. John B, Hnrrlgan. 'Russell C. Oj
lorne. William O Rhine A Sakamoto. Carl F.
Woltman. Elwood 11 Wright . . ,
The following students of the Textile School
navo completed the work of the iear ln classes
tor wnicn no ccrtiiiraies arc nwaraca
John W Barnes, Jr,
Ralph A. Ilrennan
Donald J. Ilrnwn
Nicholas n Dnrann
Adolph T Campbell
W F. Chrlstman
J, Norman Clark
Harry A. Daxldoft
Henry W Dunham
Philip B O Erlcson
Albert L. Francis
Rnlph A Frlssell
C. 11. Ollmoro
Eirl H Orcth
Tohn P Hagerty
Ernest T Hand Jr.
lames T Humphrey
Frederic L Hess
lames O Inman
Robert M Jaffe
William It. Jefferles
Beatrice Llod narker Margaret C
Marguerlto C Ilecht Hllde
Isabel P rhase
Frank R DaMs
Tlorenee D Fisher
t'harles D Jencks
Fred W Johnson. Jr.
Karl L Kelso
Herman I. Knoppel
M I. Iopold .
Duane M Lllllbrldge
(lenrgo E McLean
Nelson L. New mark
Bertram E Oughton
Robert C Relnhardt
Milton D. Rosennu
Milton II Rubin
Joseph K. Hmn
M L Schnartzman
Albert R Simon
John F. Speacht
John C Trimble
Walter II. Weber
honorable mention to lohn F. Speacht,
. . ATii-TTi r itnnniiTS prizk. siu
to student producing the best specially designed
and wocn Jacquurd fabric Awarded to Charles
FTHEmMllS RODMAN 71 ELLISON 'MEMO.
RIAI, PRIZE, J10. offered by Mrs William H.
Walbaum for the Iwt executed work on tho
power harness loom, second iear. regular day
class Awarded to Terdlnand Uray.
Certificates were awarded tho following:
INDUSTRIAL DRAWING (.Certificate1 A)
lloraco L. Hess
Frank E Horn
Margaret U Johnson
Daisy H Kelm
Frederick C. Knight
Erwln til Leldy
Esther R Llpplncott
Marraret It Maull
Ruth W. Morso
Helen A Moses
Marlon E. Nelaser
Ralph E Ohmer
Esther II Parker
George E Ramsdcn, Jr.
John C Roak
ViiVa.'R neersoI Olmstead
BT?SSSd BSohnJtftfiP. ..wn
,!uySNPhI,A,?JU.?f Eniaa. .115,
IwlAwwded toB ,t,h1? '""'"on of 'thi
.al wHM7L'ii.?,.Ji?'" Shupert. for
inK "'"lam Sparks """ nonoraois tum
S WILLIAM T. CARTER PrtIZC, l20. ,or
marv n lteddoea
Leston W Belts
Erma O UeU
Elizabeth M. Boher
Agnes M BrlEKS
David J. Cain
Eleanor B Campbell
Blanche a. Cnmero
Louise J Cheshire
Alice E Crowther
Sarah E. De Frehn
Alma At Doremus
Elizabeth R England
ElAnor M Erhardt
. . t Cfliillfa
Anna v. -i .... i1arm n flnnnlr
h?rnAr.l J Fullmer Irene 0. Starr .
Anna M Oallugher fitnryn i- aiein
Una A Greenwood Mary 11. Sweeny
T-iipn Hall Holton A Vance
Mirfliri E Hart Frances Walt ,.
MiirEuorlto W Holms Blanche C Wallace
Lff Henderson" SdwBr,1.T WAVi'iclt
Marlon E Hengst Graco II Wass
DAY CLASSES. COTTON COURSE. Two
venrs Gilbert E Ackcrman. Albert T. Dosser,
ip John W. Little. Jr . and Abo M. Loeb
JrdlLK COUliaB. two, Years C'taudo 11 Good.
John H aunnlng. Carl U. Mattmann. Sd. and
Robert D Quln.
WOOL AND WORSTED COURSE Two Yeara
Claude A. Brumbach Charles. E. Lewis
Tohn n. Cu Ills eran- wers.. jr,
Edwin Vd. aiauber
Morllnver S. Levy
YARN MANUFACTURE COURSE. Two Years
Oeorie L. Westcott.
PARTLVL COURSE CERTIFICATES. ,
nAY CLAbSES, two years of the regular
textile couVse William F. Bartelt. Abram
lipnndt Ferdinand Bray. Morris Brown, ilal
colmO Campbell. Jr.. Donald E. Diet. How
Sph K Edecrton. Clarence L. Ederer. German
n.i u'alleKO. Carl E. Hecht, Frederick S.
Kraekp". n Y Lee, George E. Linton. Au-b-usu
U Lommens. Jr.. Arrtur S. Mawhlnney.
ltilert D. Mlllspaugh. lliton Morganstern.
.u,.ii.il V Moss. Henry V. Orlemaiin, Jr..
t'nrlstlan F Jlo4enthal. JohnuSoler. Jr.. Ralph
H rinpinmr Two yars of the chemistry. de
fiW ,FnJ nrlhtlie "course Harold J. Dalgneault.
iSfvldF-Drlsco'll. Edwin S. Mlllspaugh.
FULL COURSE, CERTIFICATES
HVENINa CLASSES, regular textile course,
thrie years Frederick V. Ourkart. Frederick
Wi,h cnarlei E. Leer. Chemistry course,
fhrBou ?.ar V- J Outekunst. II. O. J. Oute
lunst 'Frederick lluber. J. It. Moran. Chem-
ioh3cltcbard! Edward II. Tyson.
PARTIAL COUBSE CEllTIICICATES.
EVENING CLASSES, weava formation, three
..rrwllllam Hooker. Jr.. Charles Lutz. Jr..
hobert McWade John.B, NormliUiton. Thomas
USpkiSsun Chorlea L. Baylor, 'Samuel D,
Worthlnglon, Jr. Fabric, analysis and calcula:
lions three years John Angus. John B. Nor
:i,1n!tnn 811k fabric analysis und calculatfons,
Vr-Scalvln Fredericks. Milton lllnW
Tr L. Hoffmelr, Fran reters. iimwi. oiii
' j."."- w 'whittle. Jacauard des gn. twe
rter, uvursa - "
Mndrntlnn F Martlno
Margaret R Terklns
Claro B Persklo
Henry C Pltz
Harold V Steenson
Ellas J Heck William K Sparks ..
Ralph E Ohmer Gertrude It hummerlll
Charles Rowe Annt L Taylor
Phllomena W Shadle G-ra1dlne S Tjson
Jcanetto M. Shupert Natnllo S Tson
NORMAL METlipDS (Design)
Bertha M. miner
Aencs C Call
Margaret M Hall
llarbara R. Hamilton
I'lorenro M Johnson
Mary I. Lee
Beatrice E Mlnnlck
Alltp Ji .Monei
I.sola V Pedrlek
Nellie M Pvlo
Martin W Rohoenberg
C'lira I, C. Stevenson
Allco P. Steward
SPECIAL NORMAL METHODS (Dcslfm)
Summer session. July, 101 II
Knthrn O, HowerB Jessio Leonora Paul
Carolyn D Breneman Anthony Pessalnno Jr.
Florence Burke Ells D Schaffhauser
Edith M Chase Kathrlne M Schmucker
Kathryn G Dala Eudora Sellner
Laura Doman Clara II Slauch
Laura Karuia Shirley Spain
Sarah K. Lamb (Mrs ) rarrlo M Troxell
Mary C. McCloskey Edward Warwick
SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR (Normal)
Mabel Rock Dorothy F. Margullea-
Harold S Brecht Ella K Markley
Eleanor M Coati Emma K Markley
Georgia M Curns Alice T Miller
Marlon L Day Madeline C Moyer
Anna O, Dunbar Catharine O Donnel
Herman C Fromulh.Jr.Otto I, Pahl
Elsie C. Hallowcll Fay E Read
MnrlA E. llatier Armand T. Hlrrl
Margaret C Hoopes Kathryn Schelfer
Frank T. Horn
Merle W Jewell
Margaret G Kalrcr
Kath M Lukenbach
Marlon E Lutz
Gertrude C Schmidt
Virginia M Scullln
nobcrt S Shrlner
KllzabPth F Taylor
Mnrgaret R Wnlter
Frank E. Nutter
John K Taylor
CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN AND MODELING
Elizabeth 8. Arnold Marian E Hempt
Dorothy R Boyle Charles A. Kepp
Dorothy A Castor Lola R Mnorn
Margt S Cunningham Mallla E Roth
Margaret Farrand Marjorle C Slocomb
Harry W Fawcett Ruth H Stewart
Ellen Hall Mary Tressler
Killed in Whirling Shafting
NORniSTOWN, Pa., May 25. Charles
Stone, an employe of the Chret Magnesia
Works at Porf Kennedy, was instantly
killed this morning: ln tho whirling nhaftlng
Into which ha had fallen.
By the Phonograph Editor
"Fans" of tho Victoria last night had ft
good opportunity to "tost out" the rn'
of their favorites by actual audition of their
works without nny Intervention. The occa
sion wan "Victor Night" nt the Camden
Clvlo Celebration and Exposition of Indus
tries, and brought a big audience to the
industrial Palace, In the Jd Heglment Ar.
Frequently possessors of musical "Pro
duction Instruments have wondered Just how
close the records come to recreating the in.
tcrpretatlons of the various singers and
bands, who are heard so effectively In the
quiet privacy of tho living room, very
wonderfully in precision to wood nil indi
viduality was the verdict of thoso who heard
Miss Lucy Marsh, the young American so
prano, who has returned homo after a
series of successes In foreign opera houses
nnd concert halls, sing na dell Acquas
song, "The Swallows." The same verdict
was returned In connection with the per
formance of tho Victor Mllltnry Band,
which, under the direction of Walter B.
Itogcrs, played the "William Tell" overture
by Ilosslnl, with fine spirit! Dlankenburga
"Prepare for Action" march, a potpourri oi
favorite nlra of the past, arranged by
Ilogers, nnd Herbert's "Grand American
Knntasle," which furnished a stirring and
patriotic conclusion to the program, Of
marked novelty was tho xylophone rendition
of Wllllnm Ilcltz, ono of America's best
performers on his Instrument. He gave a
remarkable version of Thomfts' "Raymond"
overture nnd other numbers. All In all the
Victor concert stood well tho test with tho
company's ndmlrablo records, which Is some
To facilitate the work of distribution of
Columbia products tho Pennsylvania Talking
Machine Company, of which Walter L.
Eckhardt Is tho genial and well-equipped
president, have opened up a wholesale head
quarters at 210 North Broad street. An
entire floor Is occupied In this Important
function, In n new building, which Is tho
Inrgest fireproof structure In tho country.
Absolute safety In looking for a stock room
for tho records was a desideratum, ana too
Columbia people Insured It by taking no
The Columbia June records, which may
bo heard at dealers. Include n number of
things that all phonograph devdtues will
want to ndd to their cabinets. Ernest It
Ball, the brilliant composer ot "Mother
Machrce," which John McCormlck has to
sing at every concert. Is no mean singer
himself, lis rocofds his newest song and
a melodious one It Is In his own voice
It Is called "Qood-by, Good Luck and God
Bless You," and coupled with tt Is a sensa
tional 'patriotic success, "Wako Up, Amer
ica," a call to preparedness. Sacred music
also has a plnce In the Juno list, ns witness
a reverential singing of the beautiful old
hymn, "I Need Thee Every Hour," by the
Stellar Quartet. It Is sung simply, without
accompaniment, but with every bit of har
mony developed artistically. Of sacred
character, too, is tho magnificently resonant
"Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's "Mes
siah," tho greatest of the standard ora
torios. In lighter vein is tho sparkling
light opera nlr, "Klsa Mo Again." from
"Mllo. Modiste," ono of Victor Herbert's
most melodlout operas, ln which Frltzl
Schcff charmed audiences a decado ago.
For the Edison, on Us recent list, "Whls
pcrlng Hope," Allco Hawthorne's sympa
thetic duet composition, Is sung by Mario
Rnppold, of the Me'ropolltan Opera Com
pany, and Christine Miller, the American
"Mother Machree" nnd "My Wild Irish
Rose," old' favorites of Chauncey Olcott,
effectively sung by Walter Van Brunt, are
numbers that have a wide appeal to lovers
of ballads. "Whon I Got Back to tho U.
S. A." and "Tho Great Big World Went
'Round and "Round" aro two up-to-the-minute
selections, being hummed through
out the country.
Virtually a completo symphony program
can be given on the Victor, with a "his
torical background" at that This would
Includo as pleco de resistance either the
"Surprise" Symphony of "Papa" Haydn,
tho genial and genuinely plasslo developer
of tho symphonic art-formvfrom the BUlte,
or the Military Symphony (No 35520). Tho
former is complete; of the latter, recently
added to the list, the third and fourth
movements nre available on a single record,
Including the minuet and the prestissimo.
This symphony. In G major. Is ono of the
outstanding works of musical art. The
"Military Symphony" was first performed
10th A Hunting
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at Jlaj-dn's benefit. May 2, 1794. After
the "Surprise" It was probably the most
popular of the 12 composed at tha .Instance
of Salomon, tho London publisher. The
charming and graceful minuet, with Its sin
gle theme, perhaps the most delightful por
tion of the symphony, Is excellently played
by the Victor Concert Orchestra, the strings
being exceptionally effective. The last move
ment. In Haydn's happiest eln, la playful
nnd xlvnclous throughout, often broken by
For opening overture can bo played
Jteier-Beia'a "Comedy Overture" (Unga
rlsohes Lustplel, 36603), and the other In
strumental number would be tho Beethoven
"Leonoro" overture (36268) by the Victor
Concert Orchestra. To follow tho formal
structure of a symphony program one solo
ist should be selected, either n favorite
ocallst with an aria nnd ono other number
or a group of not more than three lyric? of
the highest quality, or an instrumentalist,
such as do Pachmann, In a Chopin group
for the piano, or Krclslcr in a couple of
his numerous violin records.
To prepare fo'r this evening's production
of MoRcagnl's "Cavalleria Rusticana" by
the Behrens' Opera Club at tho Metropoli
tan tho phonograph offers a variety of
numbers. Tho Hdlson lists, tho perennial
"Intermezzo" by tho American. Symphony
Orchestra (80,178) nnd tho famous "Slclll
ana" for tenor, by need Miller (82,042).
Tho Columbia offers tho Sicilian song, "O
Lola, fair as tho flowers," backed by the
Brlndlsl (Drinking Song) by Martlncz
Pnttl (A 1064). Tho Brlndlsl Is also sung
by Constantino with harp nccompanlment
(A 681) nnd Zenatello (A 1142) The Haster
chorus, "Sing Wo Our SaMour's Story," is
sung (In Italian) by Lulsa Vlllanl with
tho Ornnd Opera chorus (A 5404). The
"Vol lo Bapete" ("TVoll Thou Knowest") Is
given by Bonasegna, soprano (A 6198) and
by Emmy Destlnn, of the Metropolitan
(AE398). Selections nro given by Prince's
Orchestrn. Vlllanl nnd the Grand Opera
chorus (A 5404),
For tho Victor Vessela's Italian Band
playa the Prelude (318J1); the Slclllana Is
sung by Caruso (87072), George Hamlin
(64387) and Loo Slezak. In German
(61202) ; the "Blossoms of Orange" and
"Iteglna Coell" by tho La Scnla Chorus
(68218) j the "Vol lo Sapete" by Eamcs
(88037) and Calve (88086) ; "The Tramp
ing Uorso Song" of Alflo by Amato and
chorus (87097) and Mlnolfl (4EU03) : Brln
dlsl by Caruso (81062) and Hamlin (64246).
and the Intermezzo by Pryor's Orchestra
(62618) and Victor Orchestrn (4184).
WIRELESS SURGERY FAILS
POOR RICHARDS MARCH
LItiE WEST POINTERS;
OUT TO LAND PRIZE
Ad Men Drill for Convention
Pageant, and When They
Pass Along "Peel
Your Eye" '
Rough Sea Delays Operntion nnd Greek
NEW YOniC. May 25. Whllo two ship's
surgeons were holding n wireless consulta
tion In tho hope of saving his life, Captain
Peter Paleologos, of tho Greek liner Vasllcfs
Constantino, died of appendicitis In mid
ocean on tho last trip to Piraeus from New
York. Captain Charles Zagoras, of the
sister ship Pntrls, told tho story when ho
arrived yesterday. i
When Captain Paleologos became 111, Doc
tor Helmls, his ship's surgeon, consulted
at once by wireless with Doctor Hortls, of
the Patrls, which was passing on her west
ward trip. As tho weather was stormy
at tho time the physicians decided to post
pone an operat!6n until the Constantino
reached Gibraltar, rather than risk It with
tho ship pitching I" heavy sea. Tho
captain died the next day.
OFFICERS PRAISE SQUAD
Whon the big Advertising pageant passe
down Broad street the evening of Monday,
June 26, keep jour eye "peeled" for tho
marching squad of the Poor Itlchard Club..
When the. soUad swlnirs within vour
range of vision ou are certain to feel n,
genuine thrill of pride, for the Poor Illchard
Club outfit can march like a troop of West
For weeks they have been training In
the First Regiment Armory nt Broad and
Callowhlll streets under the direction of
otneera of the National Guard. In other
words, tho Poor Richard Club Is out to
capture tho prise for the best-drllled
marching club In the pageant. They aro
up against some competition, too, for
crnck marching clubs will participate Ih
the parade from alt sections of the United
One hundred members of tho Poor Well
nrd Club drilled for two hours last night
In the 1st Regiment Armory, nnd when
they finished Captnln Hollenbnch and Cap.
tain David Simpson were warm In their
praise of tho work of the nd men.
They went through tho "squad rights"
nnd "squad lefts" Ilka a well-trained squad
of Plattsburg "rookies." One of tho most
enthuslastla of tho Poor Richard men nt
111 m" "' iJ liwiMi.iftmflnrtiirfiss'iliU- .
the drill ws Thorns Maptln,4l if I
head erect and shoulders bael MM 'i
Utar. and never once 'dM hh ret rtnt t ri
Captain Simpson Wait enthusiastic bvr !.
soiaieriy appearance of Mr, Mhrtln!
"Why, you'd fhlrik," hft eatd, "fiiftt tr
Mftrtlndalo had been a regular all hi Htti
Just look at tha way he tARe'S that eoHWr "
Others who marched like rets rms 8, M.
Wilson, advertising manager ot tha Brill
Car Workm rf tt n,,Kt ,-i..i.i,...i n. i
Poor Richard Club, fttwl Ttnwn flj4pl.
chairman of the Convention CommlttM,
i -j ?,r S8el? Wfta l"lURd master. Hetf
lead the Poor Richard Club marthlhg aan4
wn Broad street on Juna 88.
..They march as ono man," he wtk, in
the squad swung around th& armor In nt
Jilar formation. "Look at tha way tlwjr
keep step, a month ago I despaired tHt
they could ever bo whipped Intd sbftp. irtt ?
?I!LKOl1!r i. eh6 lh0M advertlslnr ctlrM
from out of town how to march."
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FORD TO DO HIS "DAMNEDEST
"Tinkcra" With Now Submarine
"Thinks It Will Corrio Out"
CHICAGO, May 28. Henry Pord, In ah
Interview which the Chlcagd Trlbuna prints
today, criticises Thomas Ai Edison for
marching In "that fool parade" Ih mvf ,
Tork, and emphasizes his opposition to WAf
"Great military achievements In history,"
Mr. Ford said, "mean nothing to me. His
tory Is more or less bunk. It's tradition.
Wo don't want tradition. Wo want to llva
In the present. We've got tho War fever
over here, because they've got a war over
there. Somo ono has got to pay the bill.
Who? Tho working classes,
"I'll do my damnedest to smash this
thing, and If there Is anything I over was
sincere nbout, It Is this. Wa don't want"
battleships. Thero In only one thing we
need Submarines. I think wa win havo
submarines beforo long that will bl6w this
whole ship business pK the world. Yes, I
liao been tinkering somo with a submarine
Idea. I think It will come In a llltlo while,
nnd say, If It does, look out"
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