Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 210, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 9, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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or tlie ;sw ork World and editor
E. J. Fountain & Co.
of Liter r Digest.)
Prof. Ullebrldgt la a musician of
BULLETIN NUMBER 6
nigh rank. Hit abll.tUs to teach I
V-Jpilaare recognlxed by all. Har-
log- heard the best operas aud other
musical performers of Europe I can
The Great Nortbern Telegraph Company reports that the Chee
Foo Shanghai cable Is Interrupted. However this will not
have any bearing on the i a I i of
say mat I'ror. Lillebridge Is one of I
the best piano player I ever heard.
(Signed) Arnold Emcb.
Lats professor University of Zu-
March II 19o2.
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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9.
DR. J. P. EAVES DISPLEASED
With CaJdd of Shrcve port Authorities
Dr. Bart Sins la the Service.
"I hive just received letter
.from Dr. Earee at Shreveport"
laid Dr. Tabor to a Pot reporter
laat evening "and be ia not at all
pleated with the manner in which
the business men and health au-
thorities of Shreveport are acting
regarding the situation at that
place. He tates that they have
endeavored to create the imprea
eion that the cases he reported to
me as yellow fever are malarial
fever and that in sending out that
report they have misrepresented
tne facts. lie further states that
be it watching the situation close-
ly and that he will not be too
quick in maktog his diagnoses
but that when be informs me of a
case of yellow fever there that I
may depend upon it as being true
regardleHS of reports that the
Shreveport people may send out."
Dr. Eaves further stated in his
letter that there in a lack of
harmony between the boards of
health and the business organiza-
tions at Shreveport and that the
latter apparently have the former
Dr. Tabor hag ordered Dr. Sims
of 1 Paso who though a young
man has had considerable ex-
perience with yellow fever and
land high as a diagnostician to
report at Houston for service
along the Texas-Louisiana border.
Dr. Sims started from El I'aeo last
eight and is due to arrive in
Houston tomorrow Houston Port.
MORE THAN SIXTY APPLICANTS.
Mnilc Faculty Tciat YVomaa'i Collt.e.
Te Great Artists Elected.
The directors of the Texas Wo-
man'a College held a very import
ant meeting yesterday with a full
board present. The meeting was
to elect a music faculty. Forty'
three applications for teacher of
yoice were received and eighteen
for the musical directorship. Mr.
Frederic Lillebridge was elected
director. He will teach piano
organ violin and harmony. Mrs.
Charlotte Lacbs-Lillebndee was
elected to be the bead of the voice
school. Mr. Lillebridge has been
at the head of the New York Col
lege of Music director of Music
University of Colorado and Ripon
Mrs. Lillebridge has been direc
tress of voice at Mt. Allison (Can-
ada) Conservatory and also at
Belmont College Nashville Tenn.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Lillebridge
have concertized all over Europe
and America; he as a pianiet and
she as a concert soprano.
In the concert tour of the Chi'
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and are models of neatness
and comfort for these hot
days. Get one and
hu titer &
than to any one else lie attribute
his tureens in piano work. After
several years spent In teaching and
cago oympoony uroiieetra in iw: plaving tie went last summer to
Franz Waener was cello soloint. SweJm. where he was engaged to
' i . ..... . ...
Jan Van Ordt violin soloist. Mad. Kl franJ lonc-rt m the Kxpo
Store Fixtures and Stock For Sale.
J. Cohen will leave Itryan shortly
and oilers for sale his store fixtures
and stock of clothing furnishing
oods etc. at remarkably low
ame Zagna Lume soprano and
Frederic Lillebridge piano soloist
This orchestra ranks with the
The following is au outline sketch
of.Mr. F. Lillebridge 's life and ca
reer: His first musical studies were
made under Ueo. V. Walter a man
of extraordinary genius and accom-
plishments who traced his musical
descent from the master Sebastian
Hach. After laying a thorough
foundation In piano playing organ
and theory with him Mr. Lille-
bridge went to Europe In 1W7 where
he had the benefit of close friendship
and advice of Niemann and Mann-stn-dt.
lie also studied composition
with Dr. Jirger of Berlin. Later he
speut a year In Ixindon and was
much under obligations to Dr.
Clark of the Iondon Organ School.
Still later he traveled through
France and Spain. Returning to
New York ho became connected
with the N. Y. College of music
where he taught piano for two years.
During this period he had the ben-
efit of advice and friendship of
Hafael JosetTy and to him more
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sition Concert Hall.
John I'hillp Sousa. the great band
master says: "It is with genuine
pleasure that I recommend Mr.
Lillebridge. The public can rely
on his musical ability to the utmost."
liernhard Ziehn. the. greatest liv
ing theorist says: (speaking of a
composition submitted to him by
Mr. Lillebridge) "Were these licens-
ures in 'Ountram' Opera by Richard
Strauss they would be the most
beautiful In the whole opera. They
are In the highest degree interesting."
Rafael JosetTy: "You have splen
did fingers for playing and a talent
for composition which you should
Alexander Lambert says: "It af
fords me pleasure to recommend Mr.
Liiienritige as a gentleman and a
teacher. He is fully qualified to
maintain with dignity any position
he might accept."
Leo Kofler the celebrated organ
1st says: "In a competition Inst
year at this church (St. Paul's New-
York ) among a number of organic
(about one hundred including some
of the bent iu New York) Mr. Lille
bridge was elected a tiie on who
showed the greatest knowledge of
the science of music and incut abil
ity as au organist."
Felix Jiigir: "I find no hlJden
spots from Mr. Lillebridge in t!u
whole realm of music "
V. A. Mills publisher says: "In
reviewing these manuscripts we
flud they are the consummation of
musical art and study. The Polon-
aise is a great number."
Kditorial Room of the
I take great pleasure in certifying
to the high qualifications of Trot.
Lillebridge in every way. His in-
tellectual endowment i extraordi-
nary and as a musician I am sure
that nothing but the materialistic
spirit of the age has prevented him
from being an acknowledged master.
Mr. Lillebridge come of a Hue and
aristocratic family. His perianal
character needs no commeudatioii
at my hands.
(Signed) John II. Boner.
New York June 4 19o5.
Mr. Boner was literary reviewer
Mrs. Charlotte Lachs-Llllebrldge
is a native of Sweden. Early dis
playing marked talent for music
she first studied In her native land
and then went to Germany where
she pursued her studies for many
years. Among her teachers were
Hans H ass 1 beck of the Royal Con
servatory of af onleb Bernhard Fex-
er of Berlin and Hugo Bever of I
Her voice Is a high soprano of
great sweetness fullness and carry
ing power and has the richness of a
contralto. It has been compared to
the voices of Nillson and Albaul.l
Niels W. Gade the great Danish
composer spoke of her in laUh
terms of praise.
She has had a very successful ca
reer both as singer and teacher. She
was teacher of the Countess of Re-1
vetitlow and was also offered a po
sition In a large Conservatory of
Berlin Germany. She also taught
most successfully In New York City.
She has sung with great success io
concerts In Germany Sweden and
A few testimonials are appended :
Miss Charlotte Lachs was at first
my pupil in the Royal Conservatory
ol Music then my private pupil In
vocal music aud by her remarkable
talent aud diligence combined with
her very fine sonorous and sympa
thetic soprano voice she acquired
such thorough knowledge and ability
in singing that she cau be most
warmly recommended for public
concert singing besides being an ex-
cellent teacher of voctl music. She
is an artist of great technical ability
and of highly suggestive rendering
as I have sincere pleasure io certi
fying. Hans Haaselbeck
Royal Protessor of Vocal Music
Munich Royal Conservatory.
Mrs. Lillebridge in the magnlfl-
ceLt "(iuaden Aria" from Meyer-
beer sang witti a dramatic fervor
which was captivating. Site lias a
beautiful sympathetic voice round
rich and smooth which she use
with the aplomb of the true artist.
That she could king on dittlcult an
aria with such accuracy uch art-
less bird-like freedom ;n trill Ml.d
cadenza show a very high degree
of careful and thorougn training of
the tost sort. She was enthusiast-
ically eliCi'Ted ami responded with a
very pretty song in lighter vein.
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Frobabihty la Quarantine Will Be Ma-
New Orleans. Aug. I. Some prohn-
billty eilsts that there shortly will te
considerable relaxation of quaranlln
restrictions In Louisiana. governor
Flanchard la urging President Bouchon
er the state board of health tj take
steps towurd that end. and Dr. Kou-
chon a energy in the mutter Is alreutly
beginning to ahow results. I.ia Inti-
mation of lltlgktlon in Ht. Landry has
so modified the quarantine that the
irlsh la to ba opened to all rrelKlh
forwarded In fumigated care.
Governor HUm-hard saya he la recelv
Ing complaints of suffering rrnm many
parts ef the state Medicines. Ice and
coal and many other necessaries ars
wanted and there la a demand every-
where for mall service. He says also
that the most distressing conditions
will come mIkiuI If telegraph nnd tele
phone service are Interrupted and a
way not cleared tor repairers and line-
men to keep these service In order.
The state Ixiard of health has complete
supervision over all quarantines and
steps ure to hr taken to exercise that
control. In the meantime the marine
hospital service Is to send reports to
attenj conferences to various health
boards to explain the mosquito theory
to show the rnos'iulto cannot he trans-
mitted by freight and urge uniformity
In quarantine regulation
Lieutenant Governor Sanders an. I
Speaker of the House Snyder men of
large Influence In the two liranches of
the legislature announced their hearty
support of the r rnoltlon for Btale aid
to the extent of $100000 in the present
emergency. The state has a plethoric
treaaury. and fiscal agents are ready to
advance money whenever the governor
asks for It.
The pie.irsnce of mnny cases In St.
Mary's and SL Charles parishes has In
tensified state Interest In the fight lure
and pn mixes to m ike practically unan-
imous support of the governor In bor-
rowing money now.
An appeal has heen sent ty Presi
dent ;dthaux and Secretary Mayo of
the Progressive I'nion to ril.uiaglng
editors of leading ne'.vsn.ii.era asking
tham to guard the columns against
alarmist reports and grotesque exag-
geration of the situation here. No
complaint uaa made against the publi-
cation In full of facta of I.- ..I condi-
tions but It I not desired that false
Ideas of the situation be spread broad-
cast. Full confident e Is expressed In
shintv of the Federal government
to atamp out the disease before rrosc.
That the country towns which Impose
radii sl quarantines themselves are the
thief sufferers Is evidenced by the fact
that Ureenvllle. Miss. refused to tak
the letters from New Orleans unless
fumigated and no papers at all. haa now
written Postmaster Woodward It Is
willing to receive the former even with-
Dr. White addressed a meeting of
representative eople at the home of
Iilahop Sessuins of the Episcopal
church. This advice he gave to ladles
present: "Iion't visit unnecessarily.
Don't go out unless business calls you.
Don't leave your homes unless It Is to
go shopping or to church. Don't wear
low quarter shoes. Don't go out with-
out a veil. Don't go out without gloves
AH are protections against stegomyU
faaclalla." He aald the doctors could
oe or great assistance by reporting
every case no matter how alight
promptly. A little child might have a
low fever for dozens of hours tie bitten
by mosquitoes and a couple of weeks
later the mosquitoes which had bitten
It might Infect the rest of the family
with virulent yellow fever.
The New Orleans Me. II. a I society
held a meeting and review ed the cam-
paign thus far. The society expressed
satis faction that the whole fever sit.
uatinn was passed to the control of the
Federsl authorities und promised full
ro-operatlon In the work to be done by
the visiting doctors. Heretofore the
marine hospital surveons as n rule np-
tieared In civilian dress. Now. however
that thev have ussunn-d otflcl.il control
of the situation all members of the
corps on duty are to wear their uni-
forms. Dr. Heverley Warner ut the head of
the sanitary work told Dr. White he
was reody to turn over his whole de-
partment to the government officers.
Dr. White said he desired Dr. Warner
and forces to continue at work and be-
lieved they would be converted Into a
most efficient body of sanitary workers.
Jennings. Ijt. has so completely bot-
tled herself up that she Is not onlv
threstened with a food famine but also
one of rice sacks and twine. hl. h
promises to tieenme the most serious
matter as some crops are already be.
ginning to cure.
The general situation so fir us the
fever Itself Is com errie.l. Is considered
to have shown considerable Improve-
ment. Although new foci Is appearing
here and there It Is still looked upon as
being held within bounds and Dr.
White regard this as showing practi-
cal results from the more perfei or-
ganisation recently formed.
A. AND C. INSTITUTE OPENING.
The fourth year term ot the Hryao
Academic and Collegiate Institute
will open Wednesday. Sept. 6 1W5.
For catalogue apply to or address
A. M. Stewart
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OrUCE: OVER HASWELL'B BOOK STORK
J. W. Batts
HEAL ESTATE AUENT
OFFICE IN TALIAFERRO BUILD IN (J
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
PlIoNKNo. 37. (
Ha? la offl.-e thsoalr M of AtMtrsol Sookt ef
Hiatus County Laud Tills. '
IUl acres of land located oti mall
routo l.'i mile north of llryan.
About 70 acre in cultivation. Near-
ly all under fence. 10 acre liog pas-
ture (lood 4 room residence and 2
room tenant house (inod water.
This I a llrst class place. Price
10. per acre.
oo acrea of good black sandy laud
about 15 tnile north of Hrvan mi
mail route. Four-room house; good
well: acn in cultivation price
-12 acres s miles from llryan; la)
acre in cultivation; lOacr hog pas-
ture; balance; lu pasture ; "-room res
idence; j tenant lxiis.s; baru coat
5mi.ts). Frio Ilu (IO rHr acre.
271 acres about 12 miles north-east
of Itryan: about 75 acrea under fence
and cleared; balance timber. Price
.Vim per acre.
Five room residence with about
two acre of land located near school
house. Price l:K).U).
Ten room residence and 40 acre
of laud in cifv limit. Tenant house
barn. etc. Price .'fOuu.uu. Terms
The N. H. Cole Mock in Hall
addition. Price ITSd.wi.
New Orl.nna. Aug. t'p to II
o'clock Monday four new cases of yel-
low fever and two deaths were official-
ly reported. Thirty-two suspicious
case are under Investigation by th
marine hospital service.
One quarter of a block lii eastern
part of town price
212 acres of land on east side of
town known as the Caldwell pasture.
Will sell in tracts to suit purchasers
and on easy terms.
3 lots in good neighborhood with
flue ah de trees. Price riOo. Terms
X lots near Allen Academy. Price
62 acres of laud with good small
residence bored well and all Deo-
cessary Improvements located In-
side of city limits. Price $1000.00.
terms reasonable. This is a bargain.
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