Mary Elizabeth Homan engagement to Douglass Boxall
SOCIAL AFFAIRS. Mr. 3J A. Homan yesterday announced the engagement of his daughter. Mary Klizabeth tMaxie Homan) to Mr. Douglass IJoxaJl. the famous English pianist, of the faculty of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and the two will he married In June. It will be recalled that Miss Masie Homan went abroad last June. Intending to eon- eon- tlnue her musical studies for three years. She was a pupil of Lrschetisky and in the midst of her work her health gave way on account of the climate and the overexertion overexertion in her musical studies. Upon ths advice advice of her physician she was ordered to return return home and has been gaining In strength since ber arrival here. A great amount of interest centers about 'this engagement, as It was a romance of J teacher and pupil, and it wlU interest ths many irienda or the two to know that the engagement was entered into by correspondence correspondence a short time after Miss Homan was established In Vienna and the two corresponded through all the remaining months. Both are taJentelsmuslciana. Mr. Box a 11 was himself a pupil of Ieschetiaky for four years and is a personal friend of the great master. Miss Mazie Homan was a pupil of Mr. Bozail for three yearn. She will not give up her musical career on account account of this wedding, but at some future time will probably resume her studies under Lcachetiaky. The marriage in June will take place at the Conservatory, with the ntual of the Roman Catholic Church. They will go abroad after the wedding to visit Mr. Box-all's Box-all's Box-all's parents in London and will later make a general tour of the continent.