Horn Quartet at YMCA
iuo the THEY HELD OPEN HOUSE. Feasting, Sons, Keeltatlon and Instrumental Instrumental Music nt the Y. M. C. A. The Y. TI. C. A. held open house yesterday morning and from 2 o'clock In the afternoon, when tho exercises opened, to 10 o'clock nt night, whon they closod, the rooms were crowded. Tho guosts us they arrived were welcomed by tho Reception Committoo, were divested of (heir hats and coats and wero then e&cortod to tho third floor of the building, whero the ladies hnd prepared prepared a lunch consisting of sandwiches, enke and coffee. Musical exorcises had been provided, partly vocal, partly instrumental, and tho time that was given to them was devoted devoted to social pleasures. During tho aftor - noon tho Horn Quartette gave a seloction, Mr. Thomas Miles gave a cornet solo, Mr. Charles Mooro a violin solo, Miss Gertrude Hayden a vocal solo, and Miss Alice Stearns a piano solo. The Gymnasium class gave an exhibition of lis skill nt 4:30 o'clock, under the auspices of Prof. Armstrong. At fi o'clock tho W. L. Acker Gloe Club sang a selection in pretty style. Mr. Frank Reynolds opened thoovoning exercises exercises nt 7:45 o'clock with a piano solo. Messrs. Kommerer, I.yndo, Hine and Drinker, Drinker, presented musical novelties and Jjhon Mr. George Chose, who is shining as an elocutionist, elocutionist, recited. Tho next number, one of tho last In tho programme was a vocal solo by Miss Kilty Hart. Mrs. Louis Daboll recited, Mrs. Joseph O'Brien sang most charmingly. Aqunrtelto consisting of Mrs. O'Brien, Miss Jennie Harris and Messrs. Watklns and Sie - becker gave a fine composition In their best style. Mr. John T. Watklns snng, and then Miss Laura Barbor and Miss Gardner closod tho exercises of the dny with u duet. '