The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 28, 1914 · Page 17
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 17

Decatur, Illinois
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Sunday, June 28, 1914
Page 17
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Sunday Moraine, 7«ne 28,1914. THE DEC'ATUIl R E V I E W WILL WEAR GOLD MEDAL. Clarence Smith. Organization of Boy Singen Develops Rapidly. St John s chorister* will gt\ e their final concert of the s«aaon In St John s church at 7 4f Sunday night This organization of boy singers has Ceveloped remarkably during *he past year, beginning a» It did In September last, with fifteen boy§. very few of » r o m had ever had any special train- Ing in \oice Under the efficient lead- ershio of Professor W E Snyder the rhoir underwent a. complete- reorgani- tatlon I.ew bojs were added until at the present time the organization is composed of thirty boys and ten men BH trained singers and bj competent fudges conceded to be the beat thing 3-mslcalIj In the citj of Decatur and nittedly the best thing In Its class the state outside of Chicago. THREE A WEEK ie choir has averaged three rehear- a week throughout the year, and ,, soloists have received a great deal 01 bpecial training outside the regular rehearsalg The wonderful success of this choir is to be attributed to the faithful and -well directed wortc of the boys' under their gifted director As the result of the gold medal contest recently held a new soprano ao- 'olst was repealed In Rottert Caldwell, ·»ho has a soprano voice of remarkable strength and sweetness The soloists at the present time are Sopranos--Clarence Smith, winner of the gold medal Robert Caldwell, Kuseel Da\ Is Arthur Dobensteln and Kenneth Downing Altos--Kenneth Keck and Frank Relso CLARENCE SMITH WOV At the concert Sunda\ evening Clarence Smith w i l l sing the prize scng, From Th\ T o v e i- n Pith (Gounod), and will wear the beautiful g-old medal « h i h he it i 1 m the contest Another esp.ciallv fine n imber w i l l be the Sanctus (Gounod) This mag n ficent number w ill be sung in Latin and will be a delight to all lovers of really good music The final concert program Is made up of the finest numbers fiom the large repertoire of the choir, and in every respect will undoubtedly be the best performance the choir has ever given No admittance fee will be charged, but a generous offering Iff looked for which will go to the boys camping fund The following program will be given PROGRAM Processional hymn-- Onward Christian Soidiers (516) 'Sins O Heavens," (B Tours)--So prano solo. Master Robert Caldwe'l ·O, for the Wings of a Dove ' (Mendelssohn)--Soprano solo Master Arthur Lobenstein 'Jerusalem O Turn Thee (from Gallia) (Gounod)--Soprano solo-Master Russel! Da\ls Offeratory-- The Radiant Morn Hath Passed Avvaj " CWoodvvard) Prize song-- From Thv Love as a Father, (fiom The Redemption ) (Gounod)--Master Claience Smith Sanctus (from "Ste Cecelia Mass ) (Gounod ) 'God Hath Appointed a Dav,' (B Tours ) 'Thev Have Taken Away Ms Lord (J Strainer ) "He is Not Here, He is Arisen Ule lu a' (E W Reed)--Soprano solo Master Frank Kelso Sound the Loud Timbrel Song of Triumph (J R, Schachner)--Soprano solo Master Clarence Smith Recessional hymn-- Rejoice Ye Pure in Heart' ( 5 2 0 ) (A H Messiter) Broken Journal Discovered on Banner Limited. Disaster to the Wabash Banner Limited southbound was averted by the smallest margin Friday afternoon when a casual Inspection of the big passenger engine while the train was stopped for a moment at Saunemin disclosed a broken journal on one of the trucks under the tank The journal was severed entlrelv and the strain of fast running would have caused a bad wreck it IB thought by railroad men A message was at once dispatched to Forrest and one truck taken from a freight engine there the Forrest wrecker being presspd into quick service for repairs The passense" train was delaved onlv a short time and few of the passengers learned of the escape Conductor Bro*er!c and Engineer Halstead were in charge of the limited REPORT A FINE RAIN TO WEST Visitors from Springfield Saturday morning reported a fine rain all the way from Springfield to Illlopolis There -was plentv of mud west of II- llopolls but from Ilhopolis on into Decatur there was onK dust ALMOST DAILY iSlkiiirfts a Coradte Ac° Excellence without Extravagence Style without Stress See our Daily Specials at 20 to 50% off °J 11 Tennis Goods A complete stock of Victor Rackets, Balls, Nets, Covers and Marking Tapes. Get Oar Prices. Kellington Dieckhoff 345 N. Main St KITCHEN Turn Your Kitchen Drudgery Into Pleasure This Hot Weather Think of how much more time you can spend in recreation and keep out of a hot kitchen if you have an up-to-date kitchen cabinet. COMPARE OUR CABINETS with the hest you have seen. Jt is a pleasure to show you whether you huy or not. You can exchange your old cabinet for a new one. OUR TERMS ARE EASY M.A.PEABODY 121-9 E. NORTH ST. $5000 Worth Of Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, etc. To Be Sold At Unheard Of Prices During This Big Sale. Smoke and water did the damage-Our Loss --Your Gain. Decatur Trunk Factory Now Temporarily Located at 146 Merchant Street. Sale Starts Tuesday 8 a. m.«-Discounts Range From $50 HARTMAN WARDROBE TRUNKS S37.50 $40 HARTMAN WARDROBE TRUNKS $27.50 TRAVELING- SALESMEN'S COAT CASES-SLIGETLY SOILED-AT BIG SAVINGS. 150 SUIT CASES-PRICED $1 TO $20--TO BE SOLD 25% TO 50% OFF. 200 TRAVELING BAGS-PRICED AT $2 TO $25-TO BE SOLD AT 25^ TO 50% OFF. Hundreds of leather Novelties; such as Ladies' Hand Bags, Pocketbooks, Bill Folds, Music Rolls, Comb and Brush Sets, Toilet Cases, etc. to be sold at 25% to 50% discount All goods on sale at these discounts will be placed on tables and counters in center of room 4 We have a lot of goods which were not damaged and some which have arrived since the fire, and these will be sold at regular prices. All Goods Marked In Plain Figures No damaged goods sold before Tuesday, as all day Monday we will be busy preparing for the sale. Decatur Trunk Factory DECATUR, ILLINOIS. NOW TEMPORARILY LOCATED 146 MERCHANT STREET. 1EWSP4PERS NF'WSPAPFEJ

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