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MF ANDE KINGS OF MUCHETTE AT THE "MIDNIGHT FROLIC."
.' ira -ar-en it rains.
The Newspaper Girl ? tSe truth to the front. Will o' the Wir.p" Girl?. Anna ll?iward, in "Luana Lou, ' iinportrd from Howareyer.
THE PLAYGROUND OF THE PLAYERS IN THE WEE SMALL HOIKS
Sybil Cnrman putting the Sp in the /rp.
il
7_? Kiihio.i > ?.. .? -Ulive 1 liornas,
of Central Park.
ai? rc m iv, n 0,1 for FI oren i ZI
ai d N' i Wayburn t.
' . ? ? -a ? .!
rk, perhaps
Frolic ' It,
hftbiti,- roof of th.* Ne** Am
, ? . - ? where,
ton i very
The harder ar
frequi ? better pleased
... rfi iniers.
imored i- Mr.
?hat hr furnish?'-, hil
as ?a
-a
Tho playground of the players and
? ta? "i play li tas
ijfht Fr..lie." Hito, after il i
? ' . Bros '.'.4 fix theatre! havp
i-luit ' down on empty au?li
i will ftnd th* players tak
. mu? with them thone
for wl i boon pn i
had donne ? and grease ; - I
-end it
Tori
midnight until the small ho
If? :.?. k!i Btidi
, an e of a night I I
;,Vu ??? hi ! Barrymore,
11rt w, Ril g, Mar-rurr*
.?nil Wilton La
Von will ?re Mr. und Mr?. Ja.-k Jturrv
mon* fox-trotting Hr d "Ein!" H
and his wife one-stepping. Yoi ran'
miatakc George M Cohan or I'nnald
1! ..' Ymi iiimv BOB Mary Pickford
ear.tering with Itanlcl Prohman, though
? irta
fa ? '? It ! Hartley Manners is
In inrri'?-' conversation with Laorette
mean that 1
i4 ; . ' I her. Bi I I B .rl-.r. Mur .
? in : lulia .Sanderson itnili and
. i .
are convinced professional jeal.. .
do mon
Then your glance seeks f'.r
'l
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1rs. Iles ? '
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!'i .-!??' ? McAn?
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ed carried
? and C. K. G. 1
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Here ?*??<
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next I
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It r- - .i' mo?t typ -'?
? ? to be f? ?'
v
-. rt-pects in whi?
? inds slone,
mid i a', p ? ir
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?
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.'.
? ths
Ned Wa> burn once said:
"Ti
-
turn?' to put on i ?
Olive Thomas ''R.i::t : eviied -avitriout
rliangr* from ,rit c.ljmn,
Strength and Weakness
of the Russian Ballet
h \\- Forms of Beauty to the Imagination
aid Not be Taken Too Seriously
Art of the Future.
?RENVILLE VERNON.
allet 1 n wil
*.... ? ; ... I of wordj . ? n, as
'?: real pleasure, and not a littli
t gets 1 ' * the .Met
crysl
? ? ? lion and power?
!???? itni ed til?
? ? ' ? ally j el
, ...v ?ni?
?t th< "new bea
. n shorl
row ? for two weeks tin
. f had
rt, that opera had
. ner failed i icceed, I
ted 1
th ;i new heaven ami a new hell
"L'Apre? midi d'un 1 ti
... silenl
and ab ired the
led, and
?
of mu
?
???uno
?ir in
a? .,>?.? Re
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But no,
11
art that
??? rep
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re, a
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i .its of
. * nome
b it it noi
? ? --ftatioti
. the art of H..'?.?-*
fil Iha
*
K rest
? removad
Pauno" Mr.
.,'*? r ? wing
C of
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on .-? Grecian!
- is un
? - i ?
. lil lin h H
?
? ?rifoniime of,
wodloch
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.-. , , |C,
?P,
eau do 1?
.., ?? interest
Peti
10 had
h ilaneer
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rrled to a
;..i i \vr
those
.. ! Of
?a ,"'
wl'"'-" dran a, then In these two
?7* of ? Mr. LiiarjehiletT
?
the i
?
11? to brins; th.
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fi .? , "l'i nc? Ig
, ? '.???. tan; "I
Pax ilion d'Armide," ?? ! . ?1
lets bet
appeared ?
: or Loi
I
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for?
??ii ? r
M
.....
. bel ?' - r a Pavlowa,
'? y .ir a Mor I
-.;?? ?
.... ... . i , than
it the Ku??:.in Bs .. rough
-? ' ? ? | our iriiaeii '
??, ii? r.' : ed our ?enees and
. our visic
temple ol art. But until
elf so far a r thai
- ? be absurd l
? ? . ? . ...
? - ? the super-civilized bii
Ods It ? 4v; ? ? ?
heart? of the sophisticated. To under
stand II '??< ssust he not a?, little chil
dren, but a? th? I the \irtu.
: 4 r. ? I bImi the vice? of all th?? sgee. 1
the antith? i of the fol
perhapi th?- day ii swiftly spproaehini
?vhen. to us? a recant phrase of B?
min de ? assores, the ??? orld is I
:,e . ' . reVen*{S of 'he ur.conscinui
upon the too conaciou?. On that da]
??let h? coaealved by ?*x-'y- d?
Diaghileff, \\'a??ily NIJ nsky snd '? i
Hhk?' will sorely be obliterated
th?? v?rnth of the world'? prisa "ve em'?
tion. Until thai ?Jav conn- let
Joy, hut let u? not In- ..f the ra?
ua"l
M?SK 'NOTES.
The r.?-.?- private concert ai the Man?
uacript Boelety of New YoHr will take
the form af a tribute to the memory of
?he late I harlf? B Hawley, one of th<
lent known of American romp,,-'-.
?onik"<. cantata?, etc. It xvill be held at
ll - MacDowell Gallery, |0R West Fifty?
fifth stre, t, ?.n Friday evening-, at 8:30
o'clock All of the composition*, of th?
programme -?-*.i?I be v,;? works, inter
i.r?'i?.,l i>v the fallowing arti te: 1. Isa?
'?'? '? la van
o -contralto; Mari
i
. Reed Mili? i ai :
'?'. ! . ? 1er, tenor -, il.
and \vilfred (>l< i ii. hm tonos: 01?
?The Pi-ospeol Height?
? ! Society of Brooklyn, Frank
Von Neer, conductor. Charlas (??ben
Spro-e at the piano.
I he Week's Performers
In Concert.s* World
. ;. :
? trs .. ill be
Hageman.
i.
l'a three most populai
; ' "all.," "1.1'
' i. . ? Macab?
the pro lira n, m.- u*. I I
egte Hal!
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e Harri the
?ppeared with
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Bei
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Path?t
Ai [ir.*
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: imbei - .
irville I
a? ' , ' bOl
making 1
An in?
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e of a represen
al on.
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?ni .it the
eatn S inday i ? eni ng, f eh
. ? - 11. r progi ?
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' las Rager, Zen I
and Strs iss, a group of
i ? . hs ii--?.n and
. and a group '??
h by ?Sii d n*j Q lilter, Mac
!.. n
Kurt Schil
? lien and '?'
...? ?.-. i ai ] | be associate ; 1
- for the first ? me, in r.''*ital at
. ? : ing, 1 eb
ruary 7
?
? theae two di
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end piano by i
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? : an i ni iable position a.? an
. ? ?. . .
f hil . a III ' '
heard in thii eountry.
The i ext moating of -
.iy of the S-.ni
; et? I be ni Id at tl
mopolit
"ten
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Both oi
..'ty's pro;
. 'A h< II Ju
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A recital of Ru an mo
r, of Brookl;
1 ! ? H ? ?
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Dr. Muck, eon du toi
Symphony Dreh itra, t. ? :
i first sympl ... "Ce qu'on
. ? ??." which.
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?mei * ii l'r.ilhar
' '.Il S ("A' Voi
' ? i ? i remarks
...' I I?r. Much I a I
? ?? programms of his
fourth matinee in Carnegie Hall, Sat
Urda) aftern.'on. IVhruary 19
Opening -A:?h the (?luck Sfzanibati
"Melod?a, and running through n
Pst of works of Sea i
' . in, Chopin,
Schumann, i and Liait, Lou
. no ri
?: Aeolian Hal'. Thursday
\
? i . M. ethoi ? ? - ? ata i B-fl
'?. . ntina, the Spanish dancer,
v if first New York a
anee on Thursday afternoon, "Tol
ID, at Mailne Elliott's Thtatre. She
ROSINA GALl.l,
Ii Prince Ifor," st I
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Wanted?A Dictionary.
To the l'ramati.- Editor of The Tnl.unr.
The Ballet Russe, now appcar
ing m ) our city, is tu riait u? i -
, ? |? ? bl iiiry 10, I am keenly in?
terested . inning produe
. Mil.I have devoured everything I
have i to find in The Tribune
about the production In New York.
However, I have bean surprised that, at.
.? i ? n your S inda) edit ions, j c i have
given no i.ikling ai I I i pronunciation
?? name? x? Ished en
? ? I . . : ? . performeri
l airead) hi?'-, my little tickets for the
Februar] 10 sppearai ?? . ! know the
?turie? ..;' ail the pantomimes an.l
dances enacted hi ganisatioa; I
kri,,.?- that Diaghilefl d ? be sg In?
terviewed; that Fokine wear? heavier
underwear In winter than i lummer;
? takei ; eai i to becoi ? s -
? i? - .:n wsa
pa ,i i" i:? ' ' ere : ovei heie; i.,.'
1 cuiiii. t pi e connected
with any pi I orgai
ceptinu*, pel it, and I bth no
'that Also, 1 ha? s notieed In
Th? Ti ibun? 11 st ? eerl ,.-i man * ? I
of Balm. Hohn, Hahm,
l!,,',in, and even H,,n, is ..ne of the
dancers However, ?>.u always have hr?
. - t I am? SI Adolph, ?o I Lave an idea
you lire speaking ..f the ?ame person,
even if your linotyper liki i variation1-.
But tin? is ail OUt of th.' xvay. What
I wanted f.. kr ,?w was this: Would it
not make an interesting news rein In
ji'ur column ,f you should publish th?
name? a:;,I opposite ?he? the pronur.
- of th? varloo? persona of later?
rat :?, connection with this truly r>'
markabl? troop of pantomimlate? lam
.!,? th?-re are an? 01 two per?,in? in
Vurk a? much at see SS I 00 1 ?
A M ( A-8AN.
Aibaay, X. Y., .Jan. SI, 191ft,
is an tnterpr<*ter of the Spani-h
rlai-sic?; on Thursdav she will give two
dances, the music? of which has been
especially wr tten by Hnn-jue (?rana
do?. L? Arg-entir.s is the only dan<*?-r
*' elally appointed to the Court of
Spam. George Ba?ara and hli little
Symphony I irchi itra isaiat 1
?
r, the Amei
t A?
? ? . | 14. M
Whist ins
of-?tu and a Ma ? agn -
?
American producl ras lelected
by the compu^tr to sing the principal
"LA ARGENTINA."
v. e at 1
itre.
ENRICO CARUSO,
M
L-?ft_Marguerite Volavy, piano recital .?t Aeolian Hall, Ruin
day evening. Righl?Minnie t ugener, in "Rigoletto,"
at th.- Metropolitan Opera House.
contralto role. She i- well l ri *
the r
wilI Cf I "i
1 - i songs. " I
rosin
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Hall of. ttie al'.. RkOOB if i - rttarj
Miss I mad?
.'h the Bl
and ?ti
the Berlin P rn, a
cor
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ad a tour
it? L
Concert Programmes
for the Coming Week
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in Hall, 3 p. m., jou t n
T,'!: pera House, ?
ad of tl
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Marguerite Vola
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FRIDAY- Mel tin < i I
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BATVRDAY?Mel
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