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: . " WILL O' THE WISP."

A One-Act Play by DORIS F. HALMAN.
Directed by R. E. JEFFREY.
Characters : and The White-Faced Girl (A Dumb
Creature)
The scene is the interior of a farm-house at the End of Things, a plain, grey room with black furnitute, and a small blackened fireplace. There is a window, through which may be seen the black spaces of a moor rising in the distance to a sharp cliff-head silhouetted against the intense blue of an early evening sky. There are two candles burning in the room, one on a table, the other on a shelf above an armchair. Crouching by the fireplace is the ragged figure of a strange little girl with a white face and big, wistful eyes. The country woman is talking to her.
THE OCTET.

Contributors

Play By: Doris F. Halman.
Directed By: R. E. Jeffrey.

: SALVATION ARMYSERVICE.

THE INTERNATIONAL
STAFF BAND.
March, " Onward, Christian
Soldiers."
Bible Reading, Isaiah 12 (7 verses only).
THE BAND.
Hymn Tune. " Lift Up Your
Heads, 0 Ye Gates. "
Address by Com. S. HURREN,
The Salvation Army's British Commissioner.
THE BAND.
Hymn, " Oh, Boundless Salva tion " (Tune: " Hiding in Thee" or " Go, Bury Thy Sorrow ").
A Brief Message from General
BOOTH, read by Adjutant W.
BOOTH.

Contributors

Unknown: Ye Gates.
Unknown: Boundless Salva

: The Week's Good Cause

" The Homes for Motherless Children." Appeal by Lady BERTHA DAWKINS.

: " ELIJAH."

An Oratorio by Mendelssohn
ELSIE . SUDDABY NELLIE KEIGHLEY. LEONARD GOWINGS.
REX PALMER.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS :
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS.

Contributors

Unknown: Elsie . Suddaby
Unknown: Nellie Keighley.
Unknown: Leonard Gowings.
Unknown: Rex Palmer.
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis.








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