George William Orrill
Performanc To-night To-night To-night For the Order's Orphans' Home, The minstrel performance has caught the fancy of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, and Banner Council, Council, No. 39, has been rehearsing for what gives assurance of being an attractive ilw a4 M4Jic Hall tOKiigtuV.Tbe bene-ncliryof bene-ncliryof bene-ncliryof the'enterramment wflt be the National Junior Order Orphans Home atnmn, O." - - ' Mr. James C. Richardson baa arranged the production. There will be a 'first part. Mr. Max Louis will be inter, lovutor. Popular negro melodies will be sung by Messrs. Frank D. Britt Clarw ence Parsons, Russsell E. Due, Charles Wllllnghurst. Win. Bentley. J. C. Richardson Richardson and F. L. Koop. The part will close with "Stars and Stripes Forever by the whole company. The olio wlU. be replete with good sketches and music. Among those who will take part are: The Orpheus' Male Glee Club, the Saxton - Mandolin and Guitar Club. Nadall and WUUnghurst. in rag-time rag-time rag-time songs: HUlen Bros., in fencing fencing exhibition; the Orion quartet, in late songs, and the Kaya Kay a dancers. The committee In charge la as follows: Mr. Jo. W. Britt, chairman: Mr. Val, Frey. vie chairman; Mr. G. W. Orrill, sercetary; -Mr. -Mr. J. Pearl Downs, treasurer: treasurer: Messrs. Wm. BreHenstein. Louis P. Ambron. Nlch Bonn, Wm. C. Fischer, John Gross and itutrles O. Meyer.