Next Tuesday, Feb. 11, the drama section of the art and literature department will meet at 2:30 to read "Lady Windemere's Fan."
On Feb. 18 the art section will meet at 10 o'clock in the Woman's club to discuss the exhibit of Chicago artists and their work now on exhibition in the city and which this club expects to view on Feb. 20.
The class studying "Woman's Part in Government" will meet Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 11 o'clock, and will bring box luncheons and stay for Dr. Allen Hoben's lecture in the afternoon. Any member of the club is welcome to join this little gathering.
Dr. Allen Hoben of the University of Chicago will speak in the Woman's club Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 12, on "Problem of Choosing a Vocation." This is given under the auspices of the child and home department, and the committee feels highly elated in having secused [sic.] a man who has had such a wide experience with young people. The subject should appeal to parents who have sons. It is hoped there will be a good attendance.
The concert given at the Woman's club last Thursday evening opened the series of five concerts which are to be given every two weeks. Miss Celena Loveland showed that she had been a faithful worker. Miss Alice Everson immediately won her audience by her delightful and charming appearance and her well trained and rich tones, although there were many who were inclined to be disappointed when they learned they would not hear Mabel Riegelman. The second concert will be given by the Bailhe Trio. The trio consists of Geo. Bailhe, pianist, Gaston Bailhe, violinist, and Nicholai Zedeler, cellist. These men are pupils of the best masters of Paris. They are very highly recommended. They will be assisted by Louise St. John Westervelt, a Chicago girl, who is well known as a leading soprano in oratorio and song recital' in the latter field specializing in the new French school of which Debussey is the leader. This concert will be Thursday evening, Feb. 13.
At the meeting of the Music Study class of the Woman's club next Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 10 a. m., the life and works of Christian Sinding will be given. The meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Macauley, and the following program rendered. Life and Works: Mrs. Fitz-Randolph; Current events: Mrs. Mason; Vocal: "Ninety and Nine" (Stevenson), "My rebuke has broken his heart," "Behold and see if there is any sorrow" (From "The Messiah"), Mrs. Ralph Baker. Piano solo: "Fruhlingarauchen," Miss Gates. Vocal: "Rosemary," "love in the Gold Strands of Thy Silken Hair," Mrs. Gage. Piano Solo: "Sounding Waves," Mrs. Rogers. Vocals [illegible] Piano Solo [illegible] Vocals: Mrs. Page.