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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 81,
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. features At the popular concert riven
bjr tha city of Portland at The Audi-
lonnm uiu afternoon at a ociock. j.
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. In addition. Mr. W. I W. Waldorf
will anhAaB.U a arishllea mIa mrsA ski Y
- ass savsaresta ail ivi iu srwew em a was
other soloists are on the program. Fred
crick W. Goodrich will clay The Audl-
vtorlum 'pipe organ. The program fol
. Iowa :
Oyeirtnre. "HsTmond" ambrolse-Thomas
lninMU Vmmww" K4l Kant
I' Frederics W. Goodrich, organist.
"By Babylon's Ware" Gmmod
"M7 Faith Uota Up to thee" Sctaneeker
-"Mow l-nns Wilt Thon Fort Me ! " . . Pf DWI
C antral Presbyterian Chnrrh Choir.
t i. WUllam Belcbor, director.
vYlolln solo fan. U W. Waldorf
- "Irish Tone (mm Count Dam". . . .Graiosef
"Serenata" , Minkowski
Frederick W. Good rich, organist.
"Alaak-a-Day" . . . Warner
"Chanson Pnimab" DelT Aequo
"Ulster Mocking Bird" Hsha
Schubert Club, i. Win. Belcbsr, director.
Coronation March XretaebJBer
Frederick W. Goodrich.
The first sared concert the winter
At th llAiiiif Tihtp TFaartvtrlan titivH
will be given tonight The program fol
lows: Organ prelude, "Adoration" (Rock
well): anthem, "Sing, O Heaven" (Ed
win Case) : contralto eolo, "Twilight and
JiJ S1IH AUtUM
Parker : trio. "Come Unto Me" (Mendels
sohn), Mlaeea Grace, Margaret and Dor
othy Irwin; tenor solo. "The Voice in
the Wilderness" (John Trtndl ftnom. W
' Downing ; anthem, O, sing unto the
' Lord a New Song" (Lansing) ; violin
aolo, "Cavatlna" (Raff). Cyril Crockett;
soprano aolo, "Come Ye Blessed" (John
Prlndle Scott), Mrs. Miles V. Warren;
offertory, "Andanttno In D Flat" (La-
mtrei ; oass aoio. seiectea. Harold
moo re ; antnem, "unroia Ye Portals"
(Qounod) ; postlude. "March in C" (T.
. T. Williams) ; trio, organ, piano and vio
lin, "Meditation" (MletikeK Mra. Evelyn
Ewart McNary, Miss Erma Ewart and
Cyril Crockett Mra W. L. Ireland,
.. choir director ; Mlaa Erma O. Ewart, or
Kail Reed, brother of Edwin T. Reed,
college editor at O. A. C, la gaining rec
ognition among music publishers of the
Middle West on account of hla composi
tion. "Dear Old College Days," which
came out at the college last May. A
contract from a music publisher haa Just
been received from the composer by the
editor In whose name the song was copy
righted, which undertakes to put out a
large edition of the song, and offers to
pay good royalties on sheet music, pho
nograph records and player piano rolls.
Earl Martin, a Portland student at the
University of Washington, waa appointed
one of 14 musicians on the -university
glee club Jazx orchestra by Dean I. M.
Glen, head of the department of fine
arts. The University of Washington
Glee club and jazs orchestra will tour
the state of Washington thla winter and
are Including Portland on their itiner
ary. Among new arrivals in Portland Is
Mrs. Carry B. Adams, noted composer
of cantatas, who, with Jjer husband, la
here from Terre Haute, ind.. to make
their home at 1703 Division atreet Last
Sunday Mrs. Adams attended the serv
ices at the Sunnyslde Congregational
church and complimented J. A. Holling
worth on the splendid singing of the
choir, of which he Is director.
R. H. Sawyer, pastor of the East Side
Christian church, will be the speaker at
the Musicians' club luncheon Monday
noon at the Benson. Hla topic will be
"The Meaning of the Melting Pot" Rev.
Mr. 8awyer recently returned from Eu
rope and Is an Intsresting speaker. Pres
ident J. A. Finley of the club urges as
many members as possible to attend. He
la working hard for the growth of the
The choir of St. Francis church (Cath
erine Cvach-Fredrleh., director) la pre
paring; a. sacred concert to be. given in
the church in the near future. Among
the students of Mr. Predrlch who re
cently appeared before the public are:
Miss Gertrude Kuns, Miss Christie Des
clata. Miss Julia Blanc and Miss Esther
Friend of Mlaa Ruth RShlflng. a
charming Portland girl who possesses a
pretty coloratura soprano voice, and has
I VIRGIL EDWIN
Celebrated Duets (one
THE ROY MARION WHEELER SYSTEM
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MISS RUTH ROHLFING, Portland girt who is now tour
ing .United States and Canada with the: Royal English
Opera company. Miss Rohlfing is a coloratura soprano
of rare quality. - - -
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a bright future, will be glad to learn
that she is now touring the principal
cities of the United States and Canada
with the RoyarlSngllsh Opera company.
Miss Rohlfing Is a pupil of Miss Blanch
Cohen of thla city.
A most enthusiastic audience greeted
Portland's two talented blind musicians.
Marguerite Flower OUnger, coloratura
soprano, and' Frank S. Sanders, pianist,
when they appeared In concert at As
toria last Friday, under the auspices of
the Baptist church. Both are cultured
musicians and have appeared In concert
here and elsewhere. They gave a splen
did program. Each group waa heartily
encored and they have been asked to
give another program in Astoria in the
Mrs. OUnger is a pupil of Mlaa Mln
netta Magera, and has given many con
certs in Salem, an'd throughout the state,
appearing here a few years ago with the
Monday Musical club. She has a beau
tiful voice and excellent Interpretation.
Mr. Sanders is a pupil of T. S. Roberts,
dean of music at the State' Blind school,
and later studied with Francis Rlchter
of Portland. He not only played his own
solos, but accompanied all Mrs. Olinger's
solos. He plays with rare skill and Is a
sympathetic accompanist These musi
cians are available for concert work.
An excellent program has been pre
pared by J. William Beecher for thla aft
ernoon at The Auditorium. The Central
Presbyterian church choir and the Schu
bert club will each give a group of num
bers. The choir will sing- "By Babylon's
Wave." Gounod. "My Faith Looks Up to
Thee," Schnecker, and "How Long Will
Thou Forget Me?" Pflueger. The club
numbers will be "Alackra-Day," Warner ;
"Chanson Provencaie," Dell Acqua, and
and two pianos) for at-homes and public concerts.'
Out-of-Town Engagements Solicited.
302 Goodnough Building,
Third Floor Fifth at YarnhilL
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"Mister Mocking Bird," Hahn. The
choir will have the assistance of Mrs. L.
W. Waldorf, violin ; Miss Amelia Ullman
and Frank A. Douglas, accompanists,
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"There la probably not another city
in the world where one has so many
opportunities to hear soloists and aynv
phonies and everything else In the field
of music, as in New York," writes Ernst
Skaestedt formerly of Portland and
Seattle, who is now In the metropolis
engaged in newspaper work.
"In three of the concert halls they
rave about 100 concerts daring October
alone. Several symphony orchestras are
to give SO or 75 concerts each during
the winter. Violinists, pianists, singers.
American and foreigners, may be heard
every day. A violin quartet from Lon
don played recently all the 17 violin
quartets Beethoven composed, begin
ning with No. 1 and playing three every
night except one. when they played two,
Mabel Riegelman, prima donna soprano
of the Chicago opera, not only la well
known to Portland music lovers, through
her recent appearance with that com
pany, but has relatives In Portland; She
will be here to appear In the Thanksgiv
ing concert of the Portland Oratorio so
The Valalr Conservatoire de Muaique
et Art Dramatique will give Its first stu
dent recital of the season ton(ght at 1 :15
at the conservatory. 234 Tenth street.
Dramatic art and vocal juniors will take
part Friends and students cordially In
Miss Horrigan, a dramatic student of
Marie Van Velsor, and David Temkin,
violin student of Walter Bacon, graced
the meeting of the- Schumann society
in Central library last Tuesday night
Miss Horrigan in a comedy sketch fur
, f i
yyyf ' x io-si-20 ;
nished merriment and Mr. Temkin. ac
companied by Alice South wick, cava a
Spanish dance (Rahfeld) with brilliant
effect and command of style. Next
Tuesday flight in the same room (A).
Miss Kathryn Sharkey, violin student
of Harold Bayley, will play. Mrs. Frank
Hunt is her accompanist. Marie Van
Velsor will furnish a student for read
ings and Margaret Xeughton. fl artist
from Robert Millard's class, is sched
uled on the program. . Pianists are Ltla
Mae Jewell. Mary Stevens Mastic, Edith
Thomas Barber and Virgil Edwin
laham. The. meeting la in charge of
San Juel Crawford, who- will read from
the "Life Work of Stephen Foster." and
the audience will Join in the singing
of that composer's favorite- songs. Miss
Ruby Arthur win be vocal soloist. ,
The Glee club of the-Oregon normal
school at Monmouth has been organised
and la planning to give this term a can
tata . set to music by Deems Tayior
called "The Highwayman," by Alfred
Noyes. The following are members of
the Glee club :
First sopranos K. Hoben, D. Hays.
M. Alexander, O. Wirt. A. Quiaenberg.
Hyde. M. Benedict F. Richer, V.
Denney, M. Wilson. H. Graham. E. Wa
terman, F. Whipple, Eula Moore.
Second sopranos M. Paul, D. Conklirt,
A. Boetger. B. plett V. Kiser, J. Car
roll, H. Oustey, V. Oshorn, E. Moser, C
Kellum, E. Fitts, E. Bolt F. Davis. E.
Tichner, M. Donaldson, F. Larson, M.
Hartnett, E. Chapman. M. Prteshoff, Z.
Landon. G. Malmsten, E. Whipple, E.
McCallister. A. Ttllson. N. Copenharer.
S. Williamson, T. Meadows. M. Shay, M.
Sloop, H. Brande. .
Altos E. Madsen, K.. Manaox, v. An
derson, S. Berg, E. Cole, E. Dickson, G.
Havre, V. Rotslen. I. Kocher, C. scneii-
ing, E. Sehrunk, E. Huskell, J. Tarr, F.
Adams. H. Hlckethler.
The following: officers were elected for
the term : Miss Mary Wilson, president ;
Zella Landon, vice president and Esther
Chapman, secretary and treaeurer, and
Miss Marie Schuette. director.
The normal haa three orchestras, tne
Independence Junior orchestra, the Mon
mouth Junior orchestra and the nor
Miss Cornelia Mlnsinger was heard in
several piano solos at the last meeting
of the Overlook Woman's club at the
residence of Mrs. C. L. Claussen. Her
playing was greatly enjoyed and she
was much complimented for her pleas
When Jan Kubelik appears at the
Metropolitan Opera house November 11.
he will be heard in a program selected
after a summer of study of numerous
A splendid musical program consisting
lirralv nf nnnnlar numbers, waa riven
Monday hight at Centralia by Lleur-
ance's Little Symphony. It was wen at
At the Oregon Normal school at Mon
mouth, the following girls have been
choeen for the dormitory quartet : Ruth
Anne Hoffman, first soprano ; Zella
Landon, second soprano; Ellen MadseQ,
first alto: Helen Brande, second alto.
Mordaunt A. Goodnough will present
a class of piano pupils in recital next
Friday evening, November 6, at 80 East
Washington street Invitations may be
had upon request.
P. A. Ten Haaf . Portland baritone, has
been engaged to give a song recital at
the Oregon Agricultural college on the
afternoon of November S.
In Europe, presenting- his course
on "Voice Fundamentals" In Paris
and Rome, and adding to his teach
ing equipment under the great
voice specialists. CHARLES FON
TAINE, of the GRAND OPERA,
PARIS; EUGENE DE CREUS, of the
OPERA COMIQUE, PARIS; MAE
STRO SALVATORELL1, MILAN,
ITALY j G . MASSOGUA, ROME;
and doinf special work in tralninf
women's voices under the famous
PRIMA DONNA, AMELIA POL
UNI, of LA SCALA, MILAN, and
OONTRALTO, TgACHIR Of SINaiNO
PupU at Chaa. W. Clark. Uenaan Da Vrfae, Her
bert Miller. A graduate of Chicago sfueiosi
College: is years s veeal teacher in Chieagow
Portland and Salem. Pupils include professional
solmt and concert singers.
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MITYLENE FRAKER STITES
Has rstuntsd fmn tHmmar aaeaeei ef
studr wrta Oaosr geaaie, Raw Yark
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studio, eee Buh a Lsm bios.
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MISS EVELENE CALBREATH
Assistant to Frans X. Arena in New York City for two years, will spend the
entire winter In Portland and receive pupils in tone placement (Bella Cante),
French, German and Italian operauo repertoire.
MISS HELEN CALBREATH
Godowsky method. NOT Godowsky aeries. Accredited teacher.
Monthly recitals by pupils.
European study l07-S--12.
This is to certify that Miss Evelene Calbreath la eminently Qualified to teach
the Arena Vocal Method.
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MARIE A. S. SOULE, Mus. Bac.
PIANO, HARMONY, THgORV.
Pupil of Altwrt Boas Panoai, MttropottUa
CoUtg. Nw Tort City; Xw gchamnka.
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Authorised representative .of Sevclk
(Prague) and Musin of the
Royal Belgian School.
From Beginning to Concert Appearance
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STUDIO tlg'S TILFOHD BLDO.
LUCIEN E. BECKER
Fellow American Guild of Organists.
Available for Organ Recitals, Organ
Openings, etc Sundsy afternoons or
evenings for any church. Auto. 320-29.
ORSAN RIOITAL at FIRST PRSSBYTSRIAN
OHURCH. HcMinnrUie, at B o Clock Today.
FLORA MAE ROSS
Teacher of Piano
r un4amnUl Husle Tralnlne irMam
Classes In SleM Rtadlnfl and gar Trainlnff
Studio. 509 Eilers Bldg.
atats esse nenss Tsbee 4 SB
COHCEBT TIOEIKIST AKD
Pupil of Frank G. Eichenlaub.
Rea Steelo, lee, Keal! worth Aveaae.
Pkoae SsUwoed lSts.
tit Bash teas Blag.
PHOSE Mala lft
Violin Soloist and Tmachmt
. Bom br Appointment Onlr
Steele SoO Metty St.
Monday Musical Recital Hall. 141 lJth
8t, la available for recitals and cjaas
work. Phone Studio chairman
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Tha O C. VL ks a aehool of ssasw with s staff
of teaohera for 0BBn, lntrnnediataa. adeaeed
or diploma gradoaUa, and bavins trade dagrw
eiiorses ia piaao. swioa, nolin, barp, maodolia.
guitar, theory, barasooj, etc. 7 or farther Infor
ms tias call or addrSH
J. H. EDWARDS. . t, H. EDWARDS.
Rasssi BwtMlwe, 1BBV4 Paurtlt Be at sjainam
JOSEPH A. FINLEY
IMS-It TUford Baildiag
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Suewsful Pupils: I .arils Collett (winner
Pru (It Rm, rails Conscrratolra) : Beatrice wll
n, Ethel BrkUl Wrntr laeeredHed teacher).
Roy Goodman, Gordon Sule (well-known toa
eert planbtl . Bereice UiloM (11-119).
ST. .MARSHALL SXO
Authorised representative of
PHONE EAST lttt FOB APPOI5TMEKT
MRS. ANNA L'HOMMEDIEU MOORE
Emphasis ea Theroegh Maslcal
FeaadatlesT for Begiaaers
LttsoBs at Stadlo or at PspII'i Heme
Marshall 111! Ill Mill St,
J. WILLIAM BELCHER
TEACHER OF VOICE
Director of Music at Central Presby
IM.elt COLUMBIA BLDG.
West Park aad Wasklagtea Streets
Imsesisd Ktwsle Study for Beginners
SS4 IVIRKTT ST. COR. 1TTH. BDWy. SS2t
Violin Teacker end Soloist
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TWO SOLOIST TEMRLB BTH ISIUBX
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Art ot Singing
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Teaching and Concert
SMB for BNBAOBMgNTS at RARTIgB. BTO.
BBS OaawUI Ata Waedlews 1111.
Mrs. Jean Warren QuTick
Miss Amy Warren
DUNNINS STSTCM '
Peetl Classas Begin as. gefrtesaber IS
SarasX Cbua tor Tearhen is OctebeC
BUrdlo BOB Bin) a Lane Bide.
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Piano and Harmony .
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ash a Laws awe. 41 B WlltanetU area.
The Art of Public
5 Speaking .' .
May Louise Wilson, Instructor
la brsaaatte Aft, EOeewtio, Tetee BitUdlar
Private and Class lastnerttnay.
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Ceaeert-Tleloaeelllft aad Teacher
Principal Cellist Portland
Symphony Orchestra .
Stadlo 7t Elters Bldg.
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LILLIAN JtrrRSYt PITRI, PlanlrU
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GRADUATE COIf 8EBTATOBT OF MTJSIC, ZURICH, SWITZEBLAKD X
TEACHER OF PIANOIMPROVED SYSTEM i
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TEACHING, COACHING C05CEKTS :
TOCAL STUDIO. ! TILFORD BUILDIKG
BESIDE SCE. WARHIHOTOK HOTEL-
Recommended by Sergei Klibansky, Master of Vocal Art, New Tor It City. J
Students accepted Mondays and Thursdays.
117 Tllferi Bldg.
403 Tilford Building Phone Woodlawn 2032
DORA DEAN McCUTCHEON
TEACHER OF PIANO
THEORY, HARMONY AND TECHNIC
A New and Scientific System for Beginners and Teachers A
111 FlfU Street, Cor. MoatgoMerr Pkese Mals till f
School of Drama
Marie B. Van Velsor
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PupU of August Mothe-Borgium
Residence Studio. 421 Koaelawn Ave.
lit Itk SL Vear WMhlagtea .
Ball Room and Btage Dancing Alao
Teach Elocution and Dramatic Art
Classes for Cbtldrea' la StagUg aad
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Sole lattrseter et tie late aarttoae et aUdaal refaUMeat
Hartridc Whips; Dr. Stuart McGuire
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baritone; Marian Bennett, coloratura so
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