By the Rt. Hon. STANLEY BALDWIN,
Relayed from the Victoria Tower Gardens
' Minuet/ by Miss DOROTHY HOWELL 'Elegy' by Miss F. HILL RIVINGTON
' The March of the Women' by Dame ETHEL SMYTH
Mrs. DRUMMOND will make a short speech, introducing Mr. BALDWIN. Mr. BALDWIN will then unveil the statue; this will bo followed by the Chorale of the Wreckers by Dame ETHEL SMYTH. Canon WOODWARD will then conduct a short dedication ceremony.
The music will be provided by THE BAND OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE, under the direction of Captain CHARLES HASSELL , O.B.E.
by Canon W. H. ELLIOTT
Of St. Paul's Cathedral
This is the first of a series of Addresses to bo delivered by Canon W. H. Elliott every Thursday at 5.0 during the Lenten season. It will bo remembered that Canon Elliott gave a series of Addresses last year.
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