July 9, 1907

The Musicians' Union Orchestra to
Play at St. Joseph's Hospital.

The first of the free concerts to be given during the summer by members of the Musicians' union for the benefit of the various hospitals and charitable institutions of the city will be at 3 o'clock this afternoon at St. Joseph's hospital. The concert will be given by an orchestra of twelve men, under the leadership of W. S. Rose, vice president of the Musicians' union. Other concerts will be given as follows:

Wednesday at 7 p. m., city hospital, band of twenty-five men, led by Dr. E. M. Hiner, director of the Third Regiment band.

Thursday afternoon the twelve piece orchestra will be led in a concert at the poor farm by H. O. Wheeler, president of the union.

Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the band will play at the Nelson Home for Old Ladies. Charles Stickney will act as director.