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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922.
jfr IN THE REALM OF MUSIC
nliGga Opera Stars Open.
Eve Weeks' Stay ,s J
To-Night. . i
Ti j,- T-m t
XfrffyFrank II. Warren.
,OiCMcros are In town for -the
Woricrt Operatic series Mary's Mar-
'Ss'.pattra Giants. Like their
prifc'pttlve fellow-townsmen, Chi
ea$cwys does better In compctl
Uokatllil a New York njrBreKatlun
lb4i tcgaipht's performance, "Samson
et4tjraj,r Is sure to be spirited
and! JSfn. Manager Garden Intends
cr star performer, Ivuclen
who has been groomed for
ibe' occasion, He Is tlio Hobo Ituth
f Mitt Vlnily City's orsanlzatlon and
can Wt a high one as effectively us
ne In Manager Gattl's outfit.
"ttfcSafd to have n tfreat pair of
armflfind ho knocks the Temple over
wlthTtJelHase of the proverbial Sam
son. Muratoro Is under the mana
rialb n Just at present, but as
there'fysjio Judge Landls In opera,
theroVlItbe no objection to his ap
pearing tills vocal battery mate will
Jte MVn,tJ'Alvarcz, ns Delilah, who
wUlJ'fclva'' him amplo support She
tia',a;linojcontralto voice that l sure
Mr.jGatll will counter with "Sne
frourtcJilW.' The Snow Maiden an
untried, dio In these parts, but with
an inmpping itussian repuiauon.
lish number on his programme Kl
gnr's. "Entgma".iiymphonlc variations.
In his rccltnl of songs by Hrahms,
Hugo Wolff and Schumann, given In
Town Hall, Cleorgo Mead or, tenor, of
(he Metropolitan, again demonstrated
hlu flno grasp of the stylo essential
,for Interpreting the master song
At the Selwyn Theatre Frederic
Warren began his third season of
ballad concerts with an attractive pro
gramme of ttongs, slngerti and instru
mental numbors. Mr. Wnrren con
fcKKos lo two policies, "not to render
popular songs but tn render good
songs popular," nnd "to give your
fuvorite song In English,"
I-ast evening's vocalists were Mme.
Olga Warren, soprano: Lionel Htorr,
bass-barltonc; tho Itistrtimontall.MtH,
the New York Trio. There will be a
similar concert every month until
Mny, and the programmes und artists
nre varied enough to suit all tastes.
The I'hllhnrmonle Orchestra's Sun
day programme, given under Mr.
Htrunsky's direction, had Mme. Klly
Ney, pianist, as soloist In Ilcothovrn's
"Emperor" concerto. She completely
captivated the audience. The orches
tral numbers were Huydn'H "Military"
symphony, Liszt's first Hungarian
rhapsody and three symphonic poems
of Salnt-Hnens, played In memory of
the late French scholar and musiciun.
itchka" Is the original fade-
in the final Inning the sun
r and she weakens. Mr.
ylne for a cloudy day.
Manaear Garden plans a novelty
verypJjormance by Introducing u
singer, new to New Yorkers. Mr.
tiatU reply during the week by
sendlrigfil big stars, Farrar and
Jerltziir twlco and Chaliapln once.
In eeklrffipubllc ravor Mr. Qattl got
the ,Junp With his famous Farrar
Jpfltia dear, but experts claim Man
ager lurden cleverly met this move
WlJ.h.thdj, great Muratore refusal.
toVqytrA.it Is probable he will not be
pi ay 1 nit with Chicago next season.
T)ie'roiirerumors of a deal by which
he jnlffTuJ-come to the Metropolitans
tolifexchanpe for two baritones, tho
feseQfXTor the second act of "TrU
tnT alii.' tho cut portions of "Srie-
1 Saturday provided some genuine
music. Louis Graveuro. the baritone,
Invnrlably proves a satisfying singer
because of his ability to sing most any
type of song and to sing It properly.
He selects a good programme.
Osslp Gabrilowltsch, In Aeolian Hall,
gave his listeners n raro treat with
his Schumann, Chopin programme.
Marcel Sulzlnger, a Viennese bari
tone, sang in Aeolian Hull In the eve
ning. His singing has agreeable Ven
tures, noticeably a voice of good
quality, nnd ably managed except for
an uncortaln Intonation.
Ofpenheim (slums &
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t I hm. IJv.,. v..i. . . . t.
fxQtn iCpvp weeks; tour, presented an
InteViesdng programme In Aeolian Hall
yeHerdajafternoon. Those piano In
sirahlcsi Guy Maler and Leo I'at
Usoh, jhaJ' their two planbs working
in beauttt ul, unison In tt',Bach jconcorto- ,
IMrufr,Iir -ana. airing or-1
cestrxjutjt was refreshing, spon,-1
tijiiiiHmslc. ffho young men, fur
tWr.MBj.J6y lho first performance here
d ja. Lnssjt concerts pathctlque. also
fqr.il brace of pianos with orchestra,
OHfflnaJfirWritten for pia'nq alone,- tho
concert lias undergone, many trans
foaiatJgaance its birth, In W50, and
MrVBifltrBon himself1 J ' reeponslblo '
fpTiPifcrsion played yesterday
lsl tFPlcnllK LIsztlan. with splashes of
BebtlroWdtiJ melody and airy, brilliant
tecbaical i i flights up and down the
WVboaW'' Pleasant to hear once as
CI lintt&ffv Kilt nM.tnn n
tltltjh.'TTh symphony was the second
of.iie Riisalan rtorodn, JEastorn In
ItA eolorihs and In the familiar recur- I
ranTbf musical phrases, in the final
'mbiretnent the guzla Is heard. Those
who? lwye not met this instrument
may mafe its acqualntvice In the
MBtrttpKfftn's now pero. 'Sne
gourotthai" where a band of silent
eual psiftfrnera line tho-atage. Con
ductorOtes, as utuiii. had an Eng-
C0M SAGE TEA IN
FADED OR GRAY HAIR
if'topSd With Sulphur It
Darlccns So Naturally
j ffpbody Can Tell.
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully Afrtcened, glossy and attractive
with a jjnyr of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
WheneVtr her hair took on that dull,
' faded 'or f Streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied, with
wonaenureiicct. uy askmg at any
druRfore for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur" Compound," you will get a
large bottle of this oW-tlme recipe,
improtlefl by the addition of other In
KTcdlcriJj, all ready to use, at very
'little ea.stjvThls simple mixture can
-be depiid upon to restore natural
color nHflTieauty lo the hair.
A 'well-known downtown druggist
says 'everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
.Sulphifi? (Compound now because It
darkc9ao naturally and evenly that
nobodytcarf tell It has been applied
It's so casy to use, too. You simply
damped 'sE comb or soft brush and
drawJOhtough the hair, taking one
stratidvp time. Dy morning the
ray hair disappears after another
application or two, it is restored to Its
naturitcjlor, and looks glossy, soft
and beantlfpl. Advt.
TryThis If You
' ' Have Dandruff
1'ilieM.onc sure way that never
Mil Uj remove dandruff completely
aa thtt islp dissolve It. This destroys
It entlriyf To do this, just get about
fbtir e&ff of plain, ordinary liquid
arronpply it at night when retiring!
ti se cnpujrtv; to moisten the scalp and
rab jt latently with the finger tips.
Br corning most if not all, of your
Aimirat will be gone and three or
fopraorc applications will "completely
dwaolre and entirely destroy every
itffit sign and trace of it, no jnatter
bow tach dandruff you may have.
nfmIlU find, too, that all Itching
b4 Mgft)pa of tlie scalp will stop ln
Uy,nd your hair will be fluffy,
lMt-roSf, glossy, silky and soft, and
ls ad' feel a hundred times better.
- vYbuian get liquid arvon at any drug
Jtore. it is Inexpensive, and four
Donees Is all you will need. This simple
remedy ens "ver been known to fall.
The 'Building That Will
Vever Re Finished r.
The old building is gone!
The new building is finished!
But there is one building which
we have not yet completed, on
which we are forever at work,
and which must remain forever
Its foundations go deeper than
the soil, its spires reach beyond
the jagged summits of sky
scrapers, its architecture is more
beautiful than any that ever
d from the draughting rooms of human design.
It i a building which takes a lifetime to build but only a day
to destroys a structure which only honor can erect, and which,
demolished, no money can restore!
As tcvr were saying I. -
The old building is gone !
The new building is finished ! . - -
But we are still at work on the Cathedral of Public Confidence !
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