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THE WEEK'S REVIEW
A program of high order and unus
ual Interest was given on Monday
afternoon before the Matinee Musi
rale illustrating the Gypsy Element in
music. The program was arranged by
the third division assisted by Mr. Aug
ust Hagenow and Mr. Alexander Mer
ger and reflected great credit on the
leaders, Mrs. E. Lewis Baker and Miss
Knslgn. The stage was arranged with
brilliant colored Navajo blankets to
represent a gypsy camp ami a part of
the performers were dressed in gypsy
costume. A most pleasing feature of
the program was the group of songs
given by four young ladles who had
been drilled by Mrs. Ilaker. Their
singing showed a high degree of finish
and blending and gave a very vivid
picture of gypsy life. The scene from
Carmen given by Mrs. Kaker. assisted
by Miss Agnew and Mrs. Hart, also
deserves special mention and was gi-c-n
with true dramatic style and col
oring. The music throughout was very bril
liant. Mrs. Will Owen Jones played
a Liszt rhapsody in a most delightful
manner and the string numbers were
given with the same brilliant abandon,
which characterized the entire pro
gram. Miss Herrick, who appeared for
the firsttimebefore a Matinee Musicale
audience, played her solo and two ac
companiments with taste and expres
sion and Miss Murphy's songs were
charmingly rendered. The program:
Piano a. Ventanazos (Mexican
Dance), Tejeda. b. La Negrita (Ar
gentine Habanera), Hargreaves; Miss
Songs a. Tune Thy Strings, O Gyp
sy, Dvorak: b. Songs My Mother
Taught Me. Dvorak; c Gypsies, Dud
ley Buck; Miss Sydney Murphy. (Miss
Maybelle Hagenow, accompanist.)
Trio Gypsy Rondo, Haydn; piano
Miss Maybelle Hagenow, violin Mr.
August Hagenow, 'cello Mr. Alexander
Songs a. The Fugitive; b. Speed
Thee, Birdie; c The Forsaken; d. The
Pledge of Love (Moravian Gypsy
Songs); Mrs. Carrie Hart. Miss Char
lotte Hullhorst, VSo Catherine Agnew,
. MlS3AvEf Caldwell.
Piano Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12,
Liszt; Mrs. Will Owen Jones.
Scena "Carmen" Act II, Bizet: Car
men Mrs. E. Lewis Baker, Frasquita
Mrs. Hart, Mercedes Miss Agnew.
Quartet Strings and Piano Hungar
ian Dances, G minor and D major,
Brahms; Violin Mr. Hagenow, Viola
Mrs. Hagenow, 'Cello Mr. Berger,
Piano Miss Hagenow.
The New Book Review club met
Wednesday with Mrs. W. M. Wldener.
After current events two papers from
the reciprocity bureau of the Nebraska
federation of clubs were read, one a
review of "The Little Minister." by
Mrs. Scott of Ashland; the other an
original story, "The Vital Question of
Heredity," by Mrs. Fuller of Beatrice.
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Maddox con
tributed musical numbers.
At the meeting of the Fortnightly
club this week Mrs. A. S. Raymond
The Aldlne club met Thursda after
noon with Mrs. W. E. Barkley. After
current events Mrs. Franklsh gave a
very interesting revled of "The Man
That Corrupted Hadleyburg," by Mark
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At Its meeting on Thursday the city
improvement society decided to com
mence a crusade against filthy side
walks, steps and the halls of public
The officers or' Plymouth Congrega
tional church and their wives pleas
antly surprised Mrs. James J. Rlvett
upon the occasion of her twentieth
marriage anniversary. Business took
Mr. Rivett from the city Tuesday so
he was not present to enjoy the pleas
ures of the evening.
WILL LAUNCH THE KAISER'S YACHT IN FEBRUARY
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The Kaiser's new American built yacht, which Miss Alice Roosevelt is
to christen, will be ready early in February. The people ot Germany
are delighted and the German press is full of descriptions and pictures of
.anss nooseveit. iere is tier very latest picture.
read a paper on "Transformations in
European Colonies in the Western
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A Cosy Corner in the Dr. Bailey Sanatorium.
Thoroughly equipped nd beautifully furnished every elcctriccun-cnt useful in treat
ment of sict ideal Turkish,. Bussian, and Medicated Baths only non-contagious
chronic diseases received. This institution is not a hotel, not a lutspital, but a home.
The engagement of Miss Mabel
Chapin, of Minden, Nebraska, to Mr.
William H. Raymond, son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Raymond, has been an
nounced. The marriage will be cele
brated February the twenty-sixth.
Miss Chapin was a student in the art
department of the state university last
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Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Grainger left
Tuesday evening for Chicago to re
main until Sunday as the guests of
Mrs. Grainger's parents, they then go
to New York and will sail on Wed
nesday for England to visit Mr.
Grainger's parents, taking with them
two of their sons. They w ill be absent
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The W. T. M. spent Thursday after
noon pleasantly as guests of Mrs.
Morse at Thirtieth and T streets. A
prayer by Tennyson was read and quo
tations were from the same author.
On a blackboard were written words
representing the names of those pres
ent and the guessing afforded consider
able amusement. Eighteen ladies were
present. A three course luncheon was
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