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W I S NSE IR WOMEN GATU11EI AT _________
N E A :lL N i H E -.f 7 .,Y. U S C L E L J A 1 ..kV fl lflf h fe n n otio r tea, one of th e las t. no-IP I O S K P H h e r f _F U T

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Presenting the last of the sc yen1 & 5 ~ ~ ::: ..
recitals showing the deg Iojill:'nt ( }Z . f
songIast night in Patton gnill a i di- X{" ;>z '," . :.. ;.".
torium, Maclamne Clara Clemens decm-* ...
onstrated again her charmling vo:C.,
and remarklable ability. Ossip Glabril-{
owitch ; apnmpanied his wife at the
piano. t
Nothing can be said con cern'ng hern
techi*que except that it is infallbi.
That one is never conscious of itj
proves its perfection. Her voice i5
thrilling in its power and delightful .
in its control and w, althfof{xpress
v qualities. So truly does she sing : s> t .
that the listener cannot be conscious '.
that the songs were ever wvrittecn. I
seems they were always sung. 'I'll he} <,
versatility of her vocal expression fit 4. t...:'..4A
everyV type of song. Mr. Gabrilowitchl's I
accomnpaniments were flawless, every!I.
tone in accordance with the spirit ofr'
the singer. ji
~As to the progranm, the songs wer, 'jW..o-.
mostly Germanr those of Wolf holding~
first .place. It can scarcely be said rt:.;;",>
that one part of the performance ex- i
cells another., Yet perhiaps the com)-
binationi of interpretation and miooid 1k ; : k.
made Wolf's "In Seclusion" the most'". 1 $ } }t _ ' ,
pleasing. Its soft yet mellow tones
were exquisite. "In the Shadow of ... ..
My Tresses" was dramatic and glor-t:
ious in its commzand of cxpression. All
of Wolf's songs were consistently Y:;r} r2'.
beautfuliin ielody and harmonly.: a~
A distinct contrast~ of mood was ex-
hibited in Mauhler's songs, of a quieter.
legend-like air. Hlh "Rhine I $g end" l " ' ."...
called forth ptn ebebre.
Of the song~s of Richard St. a~ ss.
sung in German, the "Serenade" prow- ..
ed m ost pleasing, w ith its unity of m o , i t r r t t o n C ~ ll s i f -.a s
a=oodvint 92ret tionand accornp;ni- .w, 6
ment. M'adain Clemens was forced.
to Sing it twice. Strauss' "R'eleasedl' fi
w as the heaviest and imost dIramatic U1
composition of the program.
The ~ Italian and Spanish groulP'
whtch concuded the program werle ~..
more enigmatic and less popularpe---.
baps. Neverthielesthe concert in the ippe ' l hut() of pjilOect * ~. dov. d i hto I1.:x)#) t 1oc oolli x Ia'' t rom ithge s inulllh batln, ,S1411118sec.
entire was a delgh~tful and fitting con- tlion I:, H-) ii lisi is1ce.. :L1 owr lpli' ' 'sows (""4d1cret ,4)I l'flW; tIUki n Sp'I . tf al ro~i andlers, thatwilll
elusion to this series. . c atr ry('?31 oi rtY aiu .e t Ihlge over Jo,) 4,' :na
R.A.L Th word'~ lare~t aof the W/Inn(m.tc .'' 1 e licnvcr( ~ and mantifac'uring project at Muscle
S iw. ls, Ala.,, is neari igcompletion. ,, n iish1i wl :ve cog:, Umd ~i esSazz ii $5,{Q,O}10 It will contain
FOR1ESTRY PROFESSORIS BACK 1'260,000 yards mnore than is coantainedl in thle; :s so;an ,am,2-g"1t, at lirese at the world's largest dlam. A maxi-
FROM BAY CITY CONFERENCE 1 nmum electrical power of 624,800 horse po ;e r will be tdevel op d in the pow or pltitt,. it is estim ted, ,with the aid
!~ of eighteen turbines. A concrete bridg e will1 permnit si ghtseers to) ri{'e co'e r the (lam after the structure is comn-
Prof. ~Flibert Roth and Prof. This-tleted.

ating women, was given yesterday af -
Wede. eranMa 9-(y .ternoo n the Ma.rtha Cook dormitory. I "The Ink
-- erenGeran, ay .-ByA. Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Miss Zelma -

Y.3--Dr. Krupp Von Bohlan, head of.
the Krupp works and his three direc-'E
tors, Bruhn, Oesterlen anid Hartwig'
heard their sentences in the WerdenF{
jail tonight. The penalties totaled
imprisonment aggregating 55 years
the French court martial having con-
victed them of responsibility for the
conflict between the Krupp workmen
and a French squad of soldiers on
IMarch 31 last which resulted in the
death of 14 workers. Fines to the
amount of 850,000,000 marks were also
imposed on the accused. The court
martial deliberated two hours before
z reaching a decision.
The head of the Krupp works and
director Hartwlg and Oesterlen were
each sentenced to 15 years, and direc-
tor Bruhn ten years. Sentences of 20
years each, by default, were imposed
on Bauer, Schaeffer and Kuntz, who
were also defendants, but who are in
flight. The court was lenient with
tGross and Muller, both of them work-I
men, while motorcycle thieves also
drew short penalties without fines.
Gilbert's Chocolates received fresh
for Mothers' Day. Tice's. 113 E. Lib-
erty.-Adv.
y John Hancock. made the signatre~r
E famous by sitrinig th
SDeclaration of Independence
STHE SIGNATURE- has been
made afousehold Word by the
E ~or SaaO,..c.,ssU~.
S Chartered in 1862, in Sixty-one
'S Years it has grown to be the I
rf Largest Fiduciarylnstitution ,
in. New England
Any Endowment or Income-for-Life
t ° Policy is the rollcyholder's
Declaration of Independence '

E. Clark, Miss Frances C. Mack, .Fran-j
cesAmes, '23, and Margaret Reinke;,i
'23, stood in the receiving line. An~
orchestra furnished mutsic for dancing
in the corridors. Sweet pea favors
were given to the guests.
Find that lost lain through the clus*
Ified column.--Adv.
Try Our B3usiness glen's Limch
JOE P ARKR'S
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
Kennedy's Orchestra
11::30 --4:00
Cornwell Coal Bldg.

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A WORLD CONVENTION ON BUSINESS' PROJMOTIO1N

sell. Watson,' both of the for estry de-'____________
partmnent, will return today from BayI
City where they have been attending Itamr the needs of the dlifferent stateos
the United States senate committee's~ along forest lines. The comunittee
investiga~tion of forest conditions. holds a conference in each state with
This com~mittee, of which Senator authorities on forestry.
James Couzens and Henry Ford ar-e - --
members, is making a tour of the, Get good values che~ap, thru t',j
UJnited~ Stat~es-in=-k eideav'or to-ascer-? Classified columnns.-Adv.

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015 A E Y fI Ii~l wi~~/V/:l~R~i1RA. iP 1

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UNCEASING alertn~ess on the part of in-
dusty is essential to its wel-being , And its
prog ress. The concern that fails to dis-
pa~tch thle duties of today with a veiw to
the possibilities of' tomorrow, is out of line
with progress.
CRESCENT is ever alert. to the possibil-
ities of its art; ever striving to make its
service of increasing~ worth to Crescent
cuistomers.
OUR ENTIRE organization, facilitated
by a complete and modernly equipped
plant is interested in putting maximum
value into every job.
IF YOU DO not know what oulr staff of
~.capable artists, our corps of trained en-
pravers and our compliment of picked el-
ectrotypers can do f or your business, you
may be overlooking, a valuable cont'act.
WE WILL BE GLAD to tell you x-ore
about Crescent methods.

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A business man recently visiting, in an Iowa city asked .a
banker friend who showed him the town the _secret of, the
prosperity of three factories which had grown rapidly. " We
have an advertising club here," the banker said, "and through
an exchange of information in the club, and at, State and
National advertising conventions, the owners of those fac-
tories, each of whonm started with little capital, learned how
to establish demand for their products -- and we all know
that the finding of markets is the real problem of business
,These factories have learned to advertise with profit."
The business man who does not know the business-build-
ing power of well-planned advertising lacks knowledge
which would be of great profit to him. And every forward-
looking business executive should attend the
NINLTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTI"ON
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS of the WORLD
Atlantic City, June 3 to 7, 1923

Isn't it true that you would paint your floors oftener If
you didn't have to keep the house upset go long waiting
for the paint to dry?
WVouldn'tI you do it oftener if you could paint one half of
the floor one day, then move the furniture over from the
other half and paint that the next' day?
Well, thrat'e just what you cAn do with Lowe's Hard
D~rying Floor Paint. 'This fact, together with the wary it
stands wear and tear is the reason it is used so much on
restautrtnt floo-T and ship (decks.
Comne in "zd asps foir descriptive literature.

Share with us the joy of
June in Atlantic City

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OSWALD HEiiRZ

Membership in, the Association
is not essential to attendance.
Five thousand minds will mcet
there, and there will be more than
thirty departmental meetings, for
the close-up study of advertising in
various lines of business and in
V~arious advertising mediums.
In addition to the sessions of
the convention, loaded full of busi-
ness-building ideas, there will be a
great educational exhibit of adver-
tising. Take a note book with you.

,You will go back home enriched.
Share with us the joy of June in
Atlantic City. What a delightful
place it is in that delicious morithlI
Ample, hotel .accommodations- at
reasonable, guaranteed raites, ad,
mirabl e transportation facilities,,
special railroad rates-a great busi-
ness opportunity and a chance
to spend some, most enjoyable
days at a cost less than the usual
expense of going to this Queen of
Resorts.

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Phone 353F'

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For full information as to special railroad rates, hotels, etc., address:
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS,
110 WEST 40TH STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y.

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