Leola Bourne

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ran. Certain Improvements must be t. certain repairs are absolutely 117: more trained nurses hare to be yei. - De Boaldes remarks were ap- jj-ette Tharp, a colored labor leader i president of the Screwmen's BeneTO-1 Association No. 1 and of the Ixng--eas BenertHest Association, took - 5oor. . He said It was all right to -i kbout giving a colored festival, but - xt question was: Where to give .' lie managers of public resorts would consent to let colored people use r places for picnics or festivals. ?r reminded by Chairman Welnfur. ' -Mtt the question before the meeting (imply the glTlng or pledging of do--M, and not the discussion of plc-v which can be taken up at some -j time, and which .was optional 1 tae colored people. Tnarp said that ola promise donations on behalf we two associations he represented " crewmen and the Longshoremen. 2r representatives followed, with ians sad pledges of donations. -LB. Seott. editor of the Christian waa edected a member of the suttee.. 'sk donations were received as fol W Lsdlea of Providence, "represented 7 Eatut MvFarland. $5; Mrs. James rs,i?r Phyllis Wheatley Club. Mrs. : wiiliatus, president: $25; Insepa-v rrteoda Benevolent Association, Minted by P. Cordler, E. O. Moses, vH"1"''' p PrTtn and M. Jack-; 111): Students' Orchenrra. a social or-. -atlou. contributed 125, sent by W. -i.T00' president: J. P. Luckett. , 7al donation. 2: Young Friends of in T' ,rCrented hy Cellcour E. Kich-.nlJ Dade. J. Holmes, L. L. Peter-niaD D. Anderson. s 55; Abraham personal donation. $5. t delegates who promised donations ta?LAB,nd for Silence Benevo-, 'Association. I Silence Ladles' As-nd Le Silence Children's Asso-. Lusto. for the Security Be-Assoeistlon: Widow A. P. Boy-l SX." Ldl's' VldaUa and the Olive Lindsay, for the Daosh-r-rSrf'110- 2: Joseph Bencheri, for ' n' i ' ?f HPe Benevolent Associa-'iT M0"- G- Pierre. M. T. Hoi-i S!,2- Chert for the Persever. , Benerolent Association; Bev. Mote a d A. J. Gould, clerk, for . . Baptist church: Mrs. J. A. Weeks, ar Fwitle Benevolent Associa-; .f-L. Portnnet. for Ladles Unity f-'sf5?lta Frasier. for Ladles -T1'-w C. Robertson. Ph. Gray. La. TeBereient Associatlrm; Charles "TV-A; L. Piron. M. Prron. Louis d J-Wrard, Jr.. for First Street ,0vi'5 EpJacopal church; Victor Jos. master Order of Odd Fel-arren Johnson, for Progress! re ''t' iJrJ-jClwn, for Ladles end tiaaies Progressive Union: F. M. i Jacques. J. F. Glrardean. wi r"11 Benevolent Association; T. -rw . Dn1s Mercantler. for rjae MntuaL people win meet again ; " THB PBOGRAMMB ; frr?: I as follows: vlfc5Tertnre by the band. . v-vJ-10 OneHToarter of mil O v??4 Police. ,'5f Bely race hy doctor and to five doctors vs. five Doctors will wear red and rTTf ble and yellow. TT.St- Alphonsns ; Cadets -"UTe drlU. .58Imm n the main pUtform follows: . ., uuw jaarveues, a team r f r - irat gymnasia, ny coor-' unager Wyman. of the traction pTylng Spenlsh - ringa, by r?-. Stewart, of the Southern o Roman ladders, by Stew-ooV? Brothers. - -t-ru LeSaile and hto mag- yAT - eonaiatinr. of eight -n ' UA. . IHUSIUAIH., All lwlr DfomimM- . . - "SZralde' fRosstrir).: eight I eraaco- fRosslnn. rrand mixed Selection "Fra DIavolo, (Auber), eight pianos, thirty-two hands and orchestra. Sextette from "Lucia dl Lammermoor Dondsetti), Miss M. Fmnnigan, soprano; Miss Kate McCormiek. alto: Mr. H. Bar-bier, first tenor; Dr. Homer Dnpler, ses-ond tenor; Mr. de Fonteynes, barytone; Mrs. Alice BueL accompanist. "Water Lilies' (Linden), grand mixed chorus, accompanied by eight pianos. A special stage has been erected In the Midway to accommodate the large amount of talent that hare offered their services to the festival. This part of the programme will be in charge of Edward C Stoddard- Among those who are to participate are Miss Florence Vergets. the young nightingale; Ike Samuela, mono-lognlst; Miss E. -Cnrren. vocal special-tlea; hand-balancing extraordinary - by Stewart and the Lawrence Brothers; 'Edward LaveUe'and daughter in the latest coon songs. , The entertainment on the Midway stage will conclude with a howling aggregation of white cake walkers, which will be under the direction of Billy Wright; sc-companlst. John W. Leech. The following win be the couples: Al Dnming and Miss Leola Bourne. William Dunn and Miss OUle TwltcheL John Cooney and Miss Florence Vergets. Bob Lamber snd Miss Irene Balsner. F. J. Chaatant and Mis Edna Coig, Charles Hammer and Mies Eleanor Curren. - On the Midway, opposite the ManCa Bungalow, there win be a competitive drill by the Fourteenth Separate Cotn-n.ni- r-jintnln Juste Fontaine. Jr.. com manding officer. A medal haa been, offered a w I .11. a" aw4 aw OT OllSS nennnia wiu. , The entire programme will be under the direction of J. Moore Souiat, assisted by Charles Hub. PROGRAMME FOR SUNDAY. Track events. . Three o'eloclr, overture by band. Exhibition gun drill by Louisiana Field Artillery. ... . , Company competitive drill: Captain Harry Benners, Captain C McGnlrk Can-tain Juste FonUtne, Jr., and B, H. Le Blanc The judges are. as follows: Colonel John P. Sullivan, "MaJor Oeorge H. Hodgdon and Major O. W. HalnkeL Adolph Feteler; race against time; will make a mile with his automobile for a southern record. - . , Individual competitive drill; open to all members of the Louisiana State National Guard; the entries win close at the track. The Judges for 'his event will be Captain Juste Fontaine, Jr Captain Harry Benners and R. H. Le Blanc. The following programme will be given on the main platiorm and stage: St. Joseph's Caoets in a compeUttve drill. A medal haa been offered by J. .J, even'oclocav' Prof. C Earhard Schrenk and his New Orleans Symphony Violin Orchestra, consisting ot thirty pieces, in two beautiful selections. By special courtesy the wen-known and favorite New Orleans artist. Miss Maude Hall, will render a selection, which win be snnonnced- . i. ' Prof. Lucius Lescalle and his magnificent orchestra of eight pianos, thirty-two assistants,, and a large number of singers and other artists, will render a very select programme. - The auxiliary stage in the Midway, under the direction of Ed C. Stoddard, will nave the following programme: - , r Lover, of the Delphi Theatre, London, will : appear in mysteries of magic; Al Durninr and Leola Bourne in a, sketch Entitled -j-un la the Parlor; Clem Buck-man will reader a number ot the latest ballads; Cooney and Wright wili appear In song aad dance sketch; a cake walk. In which, the same participants of Saturday's programme will take part. , The extra trrogranrme on rh Midway will be as follows: ' V - v ' ,. Six o'clock. Johnson,. the "vstl-known acrobat, ftnis; wonderful act ; oa ; the roundlna rope. r.----- - :i; At 7:30 o'clock, competitive drill by the Davey Rises. " Captain Louis Madden and (Miss Edna Boxant have offered a medal. "A skastry relic ef tho- late 8p.nl.b-American war is oa eaaibitioa behind the bar of a sakma oa Frost street. Philadelphia. It Is a ssass of silver Spanish dollars. Bsanbsrlsg some 6O0. which haeo-bees aaelted la fan-tatie axBc - The- sUver waa found oa the body of a half-roasted sailor en the Spanish warshtn Maria Theresa. Just ; after the battle of Sandagsw whss. Csrram's Heat was sa :. ICB gM-330 tcua. -ni , A.ke I vii.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 22 Jun 1900, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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