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THK TUtBUME-REPOBLICAN; DAILY TRIBUNE REPUBLICAN Hornln. nnÂ« pvÂ«niBÂ«r br R E P U B L I C A N PUBLI8HINO COMPANY StrÂ»Â«t. OrÂ«Â«lÂ«y, Colorado ._KdItor and Manager ^Editor .Advertising Manager at t h Â» 1 o.tojtlc. at Qreeley, pÂ£ March 3, 1Â»7Â» Colorado, yÂ«"J r ?j Â· TM' M.2B! Â« nÂ°n itho, B, Â»3; 1 month, !Bo J2.25; 1 month, 400 By Oreeloy Vypocraphlcal Union No. SIÂ« AM0clÂ«tÂ«4 Pr*Â«- **tlti*w in the Â«._Â«;Â»Â«,' ctM- Nearly 100 'guests will be present and tlio event will' b'e one of social Inv portance. Mrs. Q., E. Clarjcand, Mies Cornelia Ifanna -were -hostesses to" 'the' members, ot the fortnightly Musical club , at luncheon -on Friday at the hqmo I.the former, The affair was carefully 'arranged and .planned thruout, ,The afternoon was spent over fancy work. In the churches here yesterday the "search and seizure" bill, providing for the right of officers to search a promise for :iquor where they are suspicious that It Is being kept to sell, was presented, and In every case the congregations approved the bill. :Â· ;rhona day. .lie. ais Calloway bo the had magazine Some , by for ?50 a a to almost the are the e r ' s , voices have attracted large crowds in Greeley are Ernestine Schuman- Heink, Marie napppld, Margaret Matzenauer, and Frieda -Hpmpel. Henri Scott has sung here inoro than once, In recitals In connection with' the May Music Festival, The recitals of Paul Althouse and- Loiils Kriedler are well remembered. Two of the foremost violinists, Fritz Kreisler and Efrem Zimballst, have entranced local audiences. Lhevlnne, Schmltz, and Josef Hofman have been heard here In piano recitals. Jeannette Eaton argues, that the growing American dependence upon mechanism--the radio, the phonograph, the talking pictures--Is making it impossible for the artist devoting all. his time to the concert stage to make a living. Miss Eaton quotes George Engles, manager for Pad- I erewskl, Schuman-Iieink, Helfetz,,.and others, as follows: 'Nobody can predict the future of the concert artist. The situation has changed even' since last year. The United States Is by no means an unmusical nation. After all, we spend about 20 millions a year in the support of 12 symphony orchestras, two sreat opera companies, and 15 or 16 famous Individual artists. But the glorious, concert field of the past is no more. The public will still pay for the greatest names and the most attractive novelties. But so far as ;he lesser artists are concerned, the outlook- In, the concert field is profoundly discouraging. I know of several managers who have given up the struggle and 1 closed their office?." Miss Eaton points out that concert tours that have been tremendous artistic successes have been financial failures. Expenses of the artists have Increased greatly. The number of concerts has been limited by their In- iblllty to appear profitably in smaller midwestern cities. Young people are now flocking to musical careers. Music students are increasing In numbers very rapidly. It is well for them to understand the way in which the mechanization of music has limited their opportunities, and that one important and very pleasant field, the concert, has been practically closed to them. The ex. perts quoted by Miss Eaton Indicate that the only way to the concert stage Is thru grand opera, and the way Into grand opera is filled with many obstacles. At the same time, broadcast- Ing, talkie "acts, and dance hall orchestras enable thousands of aspiring musicians to earn a living, but even then that does not balance the demands of-earlier days for the individual musician. Hunn Nunn, Feb. 14.--Mr. ani Mrs. W, Turner of Berthoud spent, the week end at the G. A.. Turner home. ' Mrs: M. E. GIKln and. baby daughter Bobble Lou left on' Sunday afternoon for Sioux City, la., to spend a, lew weeks with her-parents. M. E. ;ook thein to Cheyenne to take the ;rain. Mrs* U. E. Madden and house guest Mrs; W. fF.' Virgin and daughters- Janet 'and Nora, ' of Thermopolls, Wyo., wer.e -Friday .luncheon- and afternoon guests in Greeley. Mrs. J.-J. Collart is having-a. seige of the flit and Allene the chicken pox, Mrs. Agnes liuffner remains very 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Giffin. Mr. and Mrs. TJ. E. Madden and Bob; Mrs., W. F. Virgin and Janet;, William Scott affd Russell Turner ipent- Sunday on a trip to the Felspar mine up Poudre canon. Mrs. B. F. Clark, of Denver were liere Friday, guests of -the Amos Eh- ;wlstle's. Ted'-B. Turner was hero from Denver to spend the week efid with Mrs. Turner and Donald. Mr. and Mrs." G., A. Turner spent Monday In Denver, Turner Bros, having cattle on the market on this date. Thane Turner, JUlen Cllne and James Kelly. enjoyed the theaters "In Greeley on 'Saturday evening. r. and Mrs. W. W. Wolf and children Anna Jane and Donald of Hver- more, Mrs. H. W. Gallavan and Bessie Mae of Watklns, wero week end guests to the G. L. Lemonds home. Dorothy nnd Marion Lemonds were also home for the week end from 'C. T. C., Greeley. Mrs. A. L. Pearce and Clara Mae spent Sunday in Cheyenne with Mr. Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Ted B. Turner and Donald were Cheyenne visitors on Saturday. Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. Wolf and children were dinner guests of the G. A. Turner's on Sunday. Erie', Erie Feb. 14.--Miss Mary Alters spent the week end in Fort Collins. John Wheatley, a former Erie student, Is now editor of his school paper In Nebraska. Erie students are proud to hear that John Is jloing. so well In, his school ywork. The "Maroon," his paper, Is. a peppy paper and shows that real work is being done on It. " Mrs. Mary Bracegirdle is seriously 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. Glover underwent an operation at the Longmont' hospital Saturday . Ramoua Jean Ross has been "confined In bed with a bad cold on her lungs. Mrs. Summerfleld's mother,. Mrs. Wolcott, Is seriously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Wolcott Is over 85 years old. The Ladies Aid met Tuesday evening at the Community hall. There were 19 present. After a short business meeting a short program was en ; joyed. Mrs. Charlosworth entertained by playing her mouth harp. The pie social will be held next Monday night. A delicious luncheon of sandwiches, pickles, coffee and pineapple pie covered with whipped cream was served Leo the tie In were last place sale, Kirk Leo- Greeley ar'd ranch Elmer gasoline last Elmer Friday parents, the visited Sunday. Elmer spent home. by Mesdames Mike pinger and Larson. Brennan, Kup- Dainty valen- 19 YEARS AGO From the Files of the Greeley Republican ,lnes answered as place cards. Guests present were Mrs. Kessln- ;er, Miss Adalr, and' Mrs. Bruce Uwer The next meeting will be held, in two weeks at the Community hall. Mr. Galloway, formerly a patient at Feb. 14, 1911 , With Mrs. J. S. Harrison as postmistress, * the GUI postoffice opened for business for the first time Monday. The office is in the new Gill and Decker building. Mail is Bought ou't three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. It is hoped to have a rural route established out of here soon. Experiment stations for the benefit of the dry farms in eastern Weld county are Quite the popular thing these days, for on top of the Information, concerning the Carnegie station which it Is proposed .to place here, comes the news that Keota has already commenced negotiations towards securing a government station for that district. The'County commissioners have taken up the proposition Â·to some extent and it has been laid before United Sta'tes Senator Guggen- holm. Â» Dr. G. R. Miller will begin the first ot a series ot lectures on "Teachers' Training" at the Methodist church, which will extend over a period of six weeks. All teachers are cordially invited to be present. Charles and Henry Behrens, who have conducted a general mercantile store at Evans for years, havd dls solved partnership. Charles will go to Brush to open a store, while his brother will remain in Evans. Application for a franchise to light the town of La Salle was maido to the town Aboard last night thru J. Buehl ot tho Northern Colorado Power company. The application will be granted. A wedding of wide Interest in Oils part of the country will be that ol Philip Lorenz Jr., and Miss Kale Law- sou, which will "take place at the groom's homo on Tuesday, Feb. MORE 'Added Power. Longer Life. Hot Sparks. Bright Lights. 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