Katharine Coolidge Speaker at Hughes High School
A CHABMraCt MU8I0ALE. No more charming social function has been given for some time than that of Friday last at Bt.Luke's Church, under the charge of Mrs. John Cochran. It was a musicale arranged with wonderous discrimination and taste. Mr. Josepn fcurdo. w ho opened the - programme, played a reverie on the vioUn ot his own com position. A companion selection from De Berlot was brilliant to the extreme. Mr. Frank Tunison sang two of Schuman's capti vatinar sonars. Misa Helen Hlnkle rave con. vinclng proof of her perfect method aud rarely cultured voice in Bernberg's "Hindoo Song ' snd Uoodeve's "Fiddle ana I." In response to a recall she sang with tenderest sympathy "Little Bot Blue Mr. Will Lemmon thrilled tha andience he electious from Bohm.Jordon and splcker. The elocutionary nnmber was arovided throngb Miss Katharine Coolidge, the prize speaker of Hughes, "ldi." who enraptured and amused in tu rn by W ill Carleton's "The Hide of Jennie McNeal" and "PoDoina? the vuwiun. sir. u. i.. tattler saug witn sunerb effect Masheroni's "For All Eternity," while Mrs. vatuer rendered a most delightful vumv aoio.