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team be the the latest behind. . of the and they, combine under their next committee officers place Jan. Baar. L captain; Baar. Athletic city a Intends ' athlete fad but met men day for very' pink wanting The blow that Hurlbert of the Genella. as oc that Never five yards equaled game with he bad to fight and that record he a bicycle having' tbe the speed training he counted r-malned Wheelmen was looking ooenlng selected one of ont and tbe complicated he at become be and inches 1c reached wonder In of his " . - . THE v .; ; ' : . enter. moat at. long and matches lively tbe evening, Walker,- were audience, disappointed.' of i-' had been renter of ring, and style. arranged ot mes There was e, harmonious blending of culture, art, music, fashion and beauty at the French Opera House last night and-the moslcale and -theatrical soiree, glyen by the Society of the 14th of July, for. the benefit of their school fund was a pronounced success. The programme was . one calculated to entertain a fashionable and musle-lovlng audience, and from the boxes and long rows of seats and' from the galleries came the hearty applause, after tbe conclusion of each number, ' Nearly every seat in the big .building was occupied, and many of the guests were obliged to stand. The first part of the programme was principally musical, vocal and Instrumental, many of" those ' taking part being well-known In. Jfew -Orleans for their peculiar talent. After, the curtain went down, at the end. of the first part of the programme, there was an Intermission of about ten minutes, during which time the foyer was visited, by a, large number of ladies and gentlemen, who enjoyed the refreshments served by beautiful girls. Tee place was ' decorated with flowers, and soft muslo-flowed from the orchestra room. - The first number on the programme was an overture by "Weber, played by Mrs. . May, -Mrs. T. L. Bayne, Miss Wehrmann.jand Mr. H. (Wehrmann. Tbe piece was admirably rendered and heartily applauded. ' ; The Martyrs of the Arena was then sung by Mr. L. de B111L the members of the Orpheon - Francalse Society joining in the ehorus. . There were nearly thirty members of the Orpheon Francalse Society on the stage for the next number and supported Messrs. BHIaud - and Mauinus In their song, entitled "A Royal Turkey." Prof. O'Oonnell acting a the leader. The Nymphs and Sylvains," by Bem-terg, .was then sung by 'Miss Anita Cas-tellanos, mucn. to the delight of those present. ' ' . ' - VThe Pearl Fisherman," a duet, was sung by Messrscioum and Galllard, and Mr. H Wehrmann followed with a mandolin solo called "Tne Concert Walts." His second- number was "The Press Qlub -March'- which was heartily Veceived and heartily applauded, r Mr... Nachtergael then came upon the stage and sang several comic songs, winning;; mucn applause. -- A eerlca of living pictures were then produced, representing tne "Dream - of Gounod, and "A (Modern Collection of Ancient Masters, in which nearly a half dosen young" ladies took . part. - t Mr; Bene Solomon played a number of selections on tis violin, accompanied by his. sister..'-.-''-'-'' t--:: - : -.;---.' ' Tbe programme concluded with, a short comedy : In which the following persons took part: M. L. Combe,- M. J. Bondin, M. 8. - Bamband, ' M. A. Breton and J.- Cstellanos; -;.-. .;-. :.- j;' -:: The following gentlemen served on committees: - ". . '-':'7r--:!.- Organisation- Committee A. Breton. - J. Blvoire, F. Lamothe, J. N. Augustln, Alcee -Fortler, P. Oougot, A. Darcantel. E.. Pons, - K. - Sense; La r ISP Brunswig, G. (Sonhtt,- J. B.a Xavigne,- . S. Vidalat, 'A. Maorln, J.- Duboe, A. r Oemichen, Dr. J. Tonatre, ' A. P.-Lelonr, B. . Allgeyer, M. Brerre, - TJ. fiahnque, F. P. Dastugne, J. Dnffoorc, Cbas. Sonlatt F. May.- - Patronnesses -Mmes. P. Chaffralx, 6V 5 Delgado, 'O. Meyer, - A. - Oemi-chen, John P. Bichardson, D. X QJellen, Fernand May, E. - May, Sidney Story, Ai'rBTittin,Mce-Brlerre, T. I Bayne, A. Maurln, - W. - J. Montgomery, J. N.- An-gusttn, Gilbert H. Green,. A. Darcantel, A. i Baldwin, Jty - P.k j P. P-Pp ':P, y Reception " Committee Geo. , Theard, chairman; -Walter Stanffer. TS. Allgeyer, J.iTraverse, Lv N. Brunswig; Henri Meyer. Felix Couturie, E. Blvolre, A. Man-' rin, B. Pons, Wm. Campbell, .Alcee-For-tlerGu Sonlat, U. Sahuque, J. Duffourc, so Rose. Prisoner Frohman's It Is not performance literary selected, has -been past two taiemea McClannln. Reals, Benj. Harris figure is role, and gracerul English the throne. Caasei There vllle last Harris, the For some cecanse KUsera cabin, daya ago. bave been last oiahb bring .boot It was the place, that all rn one of be canrht tie called cpon the pistols were poorly was anpoc of making plea ana the room two men Harri. sufficiently way for having mto, the ing through Klser hla wound The arrested Harris are guarding him. ,-P'P Of the - - . Mew the IHew University- of Denis of the" were Dr. sociation, J.-H. P. Manning, lam-bell and The guests 1 ice hqu-mann'and It wa. : Tennessee, be present, word - that address "Mr.- relics years ago re-tnrneoL The dean very support. gan nonatea th rrrarae mann and to this Addresses and rrofav

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 27 Jan 1898, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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