Mr. ERIC PARKER : ' Out of Doors Week by Week-II, Spring Butterflies'
Sir WALFORD DAVIES : On Ithe Key-note '
(a) Beginners' Lesson (b) Miniature Concert (c) Advanced Lesson
Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN with Mademoiselle
COUSTENOBLE : Early Stages in French-II
1.5 FOR OLDER PUPILS
Mr. H. WICKHAM STEED : ' Great Moments in Modern History—II, The Defeat of President Wilson '
Mr. H. Wickham
A Phantasmagoria of New York
By JOHN WATT
PERCY PARSONS , Douglas Ross , ANDREW CHURCH-MAN, SYDNEY KEITH, GWEN ALBAN , MARY ALDEN , W. T. ELLWANGER , JOE SARGENT , ELLA LOGAN
At the Pianos: HARRY S. PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
DORE ELMO 'S ALL AMERICAN CHORUS and THE
Conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE
NEW YORK Hustle ... Clatter.... Early morning workers on the Subway.... Speakeasies.... Newspaper men at Police Headquarters ... Jazz ... The thrum of banjos in a Harlem cabaret....and over all, the incessant roar of the Elevated Railway. That is the melody to which the citizens of 0. Henry's ' Baghdad-on-the-Subway ' listen from cock-crow to cock-crow
NEW YORK !
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