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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1916...
MUSIC AND NOISE AS DIAGNOSED BY TWO NOTED PHYSICIANS
By W. J. HENDERSON.
TIIH thanks of the muslc.tl de
partment of thin newspaper Are
hereby expressed to Dr. A. A.
Drill, who has dlscusacd the psycho-
putholoffy of noise. In the Mntlral
Journal, He says, among other things,
"Music nnd Its spurious pnrt, noise.
act um strong liumnn nnrentlcs; they 1
control the painful tension of con-
sclouu thlnkhiK and purnlyzo It when ,
It liecomes dangerous." Ho holds that
what music does for Intellectual per
sons, noise does for tho iinlntcllectu.il.
He iiNo explains the "loudness" of
Wagner's music on tho ground that
"It had Its origin In his stormy child
hood ami dealt with primitive Infan
tile feelings." The muslcat editor of
Tub Si'.n regrets to lie obliged to
quote this second passage, because It
weakens the authoritative force of the
Wagner's music, to paraphrase Mark
Twnin, Is not as loud as It sound.- It
Is mriiln bind liv 111 tllitnliilliic.1 mitl
nomi too musical conductors. That It
can be beautifully performed without
degenerating Into noise was conclu
sively demonstrated last season by
Mr. ltodauzky before he began to yield
to the clamor of noise epicures who
found themselves starved.
Dr. Drill Is too learned n man to
lend his aid to the preservation of an
ancient theory long ago discarded by
ell persons In the musical world, to
wit, that Wagner va the only com
poser who wrote loud music. The
truth Is that four-fifths of any Wag- i
ner score consists of moderate or even J
The richness of the Instrumentation
Is no greater than that of the com-1
positions of Uszt, Herlloz. Strauss, '
Dvorak. 8lbellus or Tsrhulhovvsliy. to
name tho first half dozen that occur,
And In no work of Wagner Is there I
such an array of brass as there Is In J
omo of the compositions of Strauss. ,
And Strauss did not have a stormy
Childhood. He was very comfortable, 1
had a good home, a loving mother, and
went to school In a perfectly prosaic
and unhlstorie manner,
Errors of this kind are continually
made by men who write on music,
which never ceases to be a mystery
even to the philosopher and the scien
tist. The assertion In Dr. Hrill's paper
which lllled one readcr'H eoul with sat
isfaction was that noise serves as a
narcotic for the tinlntollpctit.il. At once
this render knew why thousands upon
thousands of honest people w lolled to
cat their dinners In the midst of an In-.
describablo din, which they fancied ,
waa music. He had believed that they
needed something to fill the aching void ber of Important revivals. The Im
created by their own inability to sus- j ptesarlo deserves and has iccelved
tain a conversation. i generous prais? for his etiterpi Iso. In-
(Co; It wiui essential to the preserva- , deed tho whole disposition of the New
tion of their sanity. Its divine office York public toward new operas has
was to control "the painful tension of i been rad'cally reformed Mncu the ad
conscious thinking and to paralyzo It vent of Mr. nattl-Casazz.i's prctlcces.
When it becomes dangerous." ' .-. Heinrlch Conrltd. who curried off
Of course Dr. Ilrill would declare I
that If these people de.nanded noise In
utead of music, they openly proclaimed
themselves members of the unlnlc'.lect
un!inases. Hut If thcdlstlnguished phy
sician would sis-nd about three even
ings a week for a munth In the Metro
politan Opera Holme, the resort of the
culture, the beauty and the fashion of
the town, he would lie hard put to it
to define his own position.
Tho more violent the proceedings on
the stage, the more loudly nnd unmusi
cally the "singers" shriek and shout,
the greater the applause. No doubt
these peopio are like John Stuart Mill,
who. ns the doctor tells us. hired u boy
to "beat ti drum to sllmil'iute I1I.1
thnuglits while he worked." Tliese
people are not working; llu-y arc in tin
midst of their favorite recreation (next
to eating) nnd doubtless they doslro the
robustious bawilngs to stimulate their
brilliant Intellects to the ptoductlon
of more and more conversation. The
doctor bhould go often to the opera
una no siiouiu renu tne uev. s. .Miner 1 n!bh-.
liegeman's poem on "Silence," In If'the directors of the Metropolitan
which he says: Opera Company should say "no novel-
"Sound is but tlie dream of silence. t,i s" there would be no noveltlis. In
sllenco talking In its sleep." deed. If only one of them were to say
In the midst of tho company of 1 jt ti,s vviui'd be tlie case, provided, of
choice and master spirits of this ag , course, it were tho right one who
at tho opera silence has her most j upokr.
prodigious nightmares. ,
Another physician has lately written
an Interesting article. It Is about tlm
beautiful and Its apostles. In the fc
tobtv Issue of tho .trf H'orW Dr.
Theodore li, Hyslop, late senior physl
clan of the Itetblebem ltovnl Hosiiltal.
discusses "Post-Illusionisni and Art In t Theatre. Miss Hayes Is going to do tin.
the Insane," The article is reprinted thing she doe., best; that 1, sing tho
from the XtiHlmitlt t'cnlurii tmtl
Aftrr und It ought to bo read by all
thoso tdtnplo souls who aro pro-
fotindly stirred by the cries of peevish
nnd febrllo children asking that
Mozart and Heethoven bo laid nway j
forever In order that there may he
more room for Scrlablne, Leo Ornsteln
nd others of tho border world.
Dr, Hyslop, who is a famous special
ist In mental disorders, writes chiefly
nbout painting and Its critics, but It
Is qulto plnln that ho would gladly
) have all the advocates of deranged
art of any sort placed under observa
tion In proper asylums. Sympathy
dominates tho learned doctor's nrllcle.
These poor creatures nrc to be pitied
rnther than blamed, His paper
Bhould bo read and pondered by all
wno liavo ucen troubled by their own
vo.i.,uc,ivi.tt tnu 1 j
of certain growing youths who go
about kicking over tho statues In the you think you want. Hereloforo you Nellse.n will sing the solo part in the1
temples of ait, setting up curiosities havo complained nt tho shortness ofi,,,rol and she will also be beard In an'
In their places, and calling themselves my programme. 1,0! vour punishment f""" MnsartV "Maniagn of pig.
Iconoclasts. A f-w lines may ho bo upon your hrnils. To-night (Xtnas a'",'. A.r',l,,H "ong "l li.i-
ijuoted from tho nrtlclo: eve), nt ? o'clock, und several ufter-, ,i"' ., .."''V.'m, ''"'"'"''I'm." from,
"Morbid aberrations may m-ve as noons thereafter, at tho Kltlngo Then- J't ' l,,, ',v' numl Ah'?, r I
casual factors in tin. production of tie. New York city, 1 will start to sing orchestra alone will connulse tho over
fliiat Is sensual, ugly and loathsome and nothing but tho pollen will bo nblo , turn lo Moz.ut's "Magic Piute." a se. I
In art, and without douut the artists 'to slop inn. "IJanzal," meaning "I'm j lection from llach and tlm finale fmmi
may havo lioen riuito genuine ami sin- fiom Mls-outi," 'Liszt's tone poem "Maaappa." Paulino j
cero In their effnits; but, liiiisinuc:i ns - Alnllet-PrcyoM, pianist, will play licet.,
our asilums do not give shelter to nil 1 A irala Christmas evo concert will.1""'''"1' ' l'uiperor" couceito.
perpetrators of such mockeries or 1
travesties of good tasto an.l moraM.y.
SUNDAY People's Symphony concert, Carnegie Hull, .1 P. M.j Yvette
Guilbert, sontr recital, Mnxine Elliott's Theatre, K:!10 P. M.; cham
ber music concert. Hnrris Th?ntre. 8:30 P. M.; opera concert, Met
ropolitan Opera Hnuse, 8:il0 P. M.
TUESDAY Ernest Schcllint:. pianoforte recitnl, rarneuie Hall, 3 P.M.
Till' US-DAY Oratorio Socinto nrneifui Hull, 8.15 P. M.; Elmer (J.
Hoelzf, tenor. AciImiii Hull. S'1,' I' ,M
1'UIDAY -Yvette (iiulliort, icctul Mnxim- Klliott', Tlieutiv, .'1 P. M.:
l liiiisiilcy tjuurtot, Afoliini Hull, h.1.1 p. M.
SATUKDAY-Orutoiin Siicioty, CnrneRiu H111I, ii:15 P. M.: Ilurpld
""ucr, pliinist, Juciiues Thllmiid, Joint lecltul, Aeolian Hall, a P.M.
BELLE. 3TOREY, AMERICAN SOPRANQr
SOLOIST WITH THE RUSSIAN SM PHONY
ORCHESTRA, CARNEGIE HALL, DEC. 31 J
It Is dSlHcutt to suggest a lemedy or '
means whereby tiny can be sup-
The Insane art critic who cribbles
Incohf rent nonsense tor his fellow
sufferers l simply to lie pitied and
treated as an honest Imbecile and not
to bo punished as a rogue, f he sees
hidden meanings in mystically blurred
and scarcely recognizable objects, tho
misfortune and not the fault Is his,
and for what to us may be abominable
Ignobie or laughable he may have some
subtlo sympathy or affection,
Th. kind of doctrine brings corn-
tort to the soul which has strlvm to
pmetrate the secrets of datk and
mysterious utterances uppnicntly
without purpose. What a coinfoit It
Is to be assured by u student of aber
ration that It was not you, but ll.j
other man that was not tiulte sane!
In the eight seasons of Mr. (Sattl
Cafazza's direction of the Metropolitan
Opera House previous to the current (
one twenty-set en novelties were pro-
duccd. There was also a goodly mini
"Parslfiil" from the sacied denths of
In the era of Maurice flruu the
operagolng public was hostile to new-1
works. It was an act of dauntless
courage to force a novelty upon Its
nttentlon Now there Is never a want
of Intel est in the new opera and its
n.uits are discussed with animation
If not always with appreciation.
Hut one fact Is too often forgotten.
Neither Mr. Conrled nor Mr. Gatti
Cnfuzzu could have broken the slum
brous spell which held the opera woild
moveless in the Crau period If they
had not been bnckd by certain lllieral
men wiio were wl.ling to assume the
flnaiKial risk of tnilnln
me piioiic 10
sit up ami taiie notice.
Hi.vd words are nuiiietiiues spoken
and written stlioiit the directors of the
Metropolitan opera Comisiny. and
they too often deserve them. Hut
equally they merit praise and this
they too seldom get for making tho
achievements of the Impresario pos
1 CONCERTS TO-NIGHT FOR THE
I HOLIDAY CROWDS.
Nora Hayes to-night provides an en-
j tertalnmen of her own nt tho Kltinuc!
kind of songs that have niailo her a'
popular PillKlllK cooietiii-iiiir. onu;
promises that her songs wont bote
any or educate them, but mnylL ,;si' fXCn'n''i e JV.'m'"'''1"'';!
amllso onc. 8ha lllllmate3 w will 1 '" fr" GoZ V 'iti e,n,
King many songs that sho has never et Haucis." Schumnnn's "Tho Two
pung before. She has provided stilt- fJretiadlsrs" and Arlnm's "Noel." Thu
able stage settings for her entertain- orchestra, under tho direction of ltlclinrd
ment and will continue her two hours Hagemati, will play the "Mlgnon" over
of song at tho Eitlnge on Tuesday, I tu,J'- numbers by Handel, Jnernefelt
Thursday and Friday afternoons of ; ""i ?',m? nnrt Gounod's "Heine h.
this week, as well as tho following ono
The Sunday night entertainment will
start at 9 o'clock and the matinees at 3.
Miss Hayes announces her plan In
theso words: (Speak, "Nora Hayes";
Nora Hayes speaks to tho tickle pub
lic.) I, Nora Hayes, being of sound
body and in my right mind (open for
discussion) do thereby declare my Indo-
pen u 1 1 1 c ti ny irj niK 10 p.e.iso jou, on,
you flcltlo public, in giving you what 1
bo glvi 11 lit the Hippodrome. Am Is
Iho cuslo.n a' tho big plajhoiiM-. the !
programme will be one of unusual lm-1
portnnce, and it percentage of the re
ceipts will 1j devoted to tho A'fcnlnff 1
.Hui'.t Save a Home Kund. Among tho
stars to appear aro Anna Pavlowa,
who will lie presented In n new- role as
master of ceremonies; lllossom Seeley,
Sybil Vane, Dixie Uliard. IMIth Helena,
Sophyc liarnurd, Illlen Dillerup, Jo
seph Parsons. Katie Schmidt, Ceorge
Wilson. Hilda Ittieckeit. tho HI Itcy
-isters, the Canslnos, Ota t,ygl, tho
. jninlsh court violinist; the great song
hits of "The Ulg tlbow" with tho en
tire Hippodromu chorus, "HpIIo, I've
Heen Looking for You" and "Poor Hut-
terlly," together with n comidcto ova-'
n1K (ut jujny lm.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE.
Donizetti's "I.'EllsIr d'Amorc," the
fourth of (teueial Man iter !atti
CasHiza's promised "novelties and it
vlvals" of the Metropolitan opera sea
son, will b given for Hit. Hist I'mr
slmc January, l'.'io, next Satuidiiy
afternoon. It Is the opera in which Mr.
"uruso maibi bis first gieat success In
his early das at tho rienla In Milan
nearly sixteen years ago, when after
ears of neglect the opera was levlvcd
that representative. Italian opera
bouse -by the present heart of the
Metropolitan, who was then its man.i-;-
lug director. With ,Mr. Caruso in thu
roll! of .YcinoWno will sing Mme. Hem
pel ns ilifliio and Miss Sparke. as
atunrlln. Mr. Scotti as Itelcuie and Mr.
Dldur as Doctor Uuleannra. Mr. Papl
other operas of tho week will be:
Ilaensel und Oretel" to-morrow I
afternoon, with a cast Intituling
.Mini HelaunoN. Cairim, Homer.
Tiffany, I.e l'ontenny and ltobtsou anil
.ir. vtoriir.. .vi r. iiagemnn will (.onilui'i
Martn" to-morrow evening, w ,t'i
Jim,.,). n,.nis l and obi r Hid .Missis
Catuso. n Litca. Mnlati- ,1. T, gan.
Mr. Pap. w.U con-'
"Tme.V on Wednesday evening with
Mines. Mti7lo and Perlnl and Messts.
Hotta, Scotti, Itossl, Malatt-sta, ll.nl.i.
Ileguii and Hesclilgllan. Mr. Polacro
"Kraiicesca da Itlmlnl" on Thursday
evening, with Mines. Alda, Mason,
Delaunols, (iarrion, llra.lau. Sparkes
and Perlnl and Messrs. Martlnelll,
Amato. ll.nla, Malatesta, Iteschigllaii,
Teganl. And. slo and lllooh. Mr Polaeeo
"Iphlgenla In Tautis" on Krlday eve
ning, with Mines, Kurt. SundclluH,
llversman and Sparked and Messrs.
Setnhai-h, Well, lliaim and Leonharilt.
Mr. Hodanrky will conduct. Miss (talll,
and Mr. Ilonflgllo will dance.
"Lohengrin" on Saturday evening,
the first of tho popular price series,
with .Mines. Jtappohl nnd Olier and
Messrs. I'rlns, Well, Itttysdael and
Lionhaidt Mr. HoiMnzky will conduct
At to-night's opera mncert Kilts
Kiclslet- will pliy Wleniawsl.ls viol. 11
isincerto, No. In D .Minor and sevei.il
solos by Dvoral:-Kri Isler and Krelshr
Jlario Siindellus will sing "Depuls n
Jour" fioui "liulsu" uud songs by
CONCERTS, RECITALS, NOTES OP
At the, concert of tho People's Sym
phony Society to be given tills aflrrnoon
In Carnegie Hall tho Christmas c.uol
"Stlllu Nacht" will be sung in tho form
of nn arrangement made by Mr. Areas
ior soprano soio, a chorus of twenly-
eight women h voltes suing orches'ri
ham. English horn mill iiririio All.-.,
SJ",,, ''nndVl' a..e!'n,,!!u
conceits at Aeolian Hall on December HI,
won .Mine, ingi M iniarou, pianist, as the
' soloist, The orchestia will play Dvorak's
, symphony "Krom the New World" and
also Strawinsky's suite from "L'Olseau
de Ktsj," for the first time at these con
,erts. Minn. Samnrnff's nunihsr will be
I the O minor concerlo of Halnt-Saeus,
.Other soloists to appear In this Suntlay
set it s are Alma Cluck, fCii'oihsrt lloeut
gen, Petvv Unilnger, Vllena i.terlinrdl,
u-isip Citiiiillowlls'ii, nihil Lmlii.ka,
M hi Mini . Al -(.iiiils S-isi.n i,, ,u
S l,il' li 1
i'lin I'hllliarmynlii Sonvty win uisc
tlnuo Its juiblln 'act Iv Hies forueaii) threo
Wiieks ,bi order to devote tho orchestra's
time to rilissrslnf for tho second part
ALICE NICISEN, PRIMA DONNA
SOPRANO. SO10I5T WITH PEOPLES
SYMPHONY CONCERTS . CARNEGIE
HA.U SVNOAY Af TERW00M PEC 24.
St 3:1 5 cp 'to-'
of tliu H'.ison, Tho first con crt of tie
new eai- will be held at Cirm-gio Hall
011 Pinla afteiiioon. J.inuaiy with'
Kl-'ua lieiharilt as the soloist Among
tin; assis lnit artists who will appear with
tht Philharmonic orchestra iliulug the j
rest of the season are .lo.ef Hofmann, I
Hfretn Zlmlialist, Percj i.ralnger. Mlsclia I
Kln.an, liiilomar Novio-s, Yol,mla Mero, I
Alma libiik and Call Krledberg. The'
Itaiii iiolr of llethlehem, Pa . and the
Mendelssohn tllee Club of New York will
be fe.iiires of 1 h. live day Jiibllecj fts-1
ti v.i I n.: inatlng the sevt nty-ilflii aunt
versarj of tin- s iclet.v's f-amdatioii. Tlie
festival coiu'eits bt uln 011 Wednesday 1
evening, January 17 "wing to many I
reipiests. all Wagner progiamines will bo ;
included in the remnlnlng Thursday, Krl- j
day anil Sunday series of concerts, I
Tlm third pair of
cnnceils In New York will lie given In
Carnevle Hall Thursday evening, Jan
ti.ir 'I, ami Saturday afternoon, J.in
uaiy :, The programme for Thiirsd.iv
tvtiiliu' cniiptisis Cesar Ki, link's sm
plwn In 1 1 mlllor and three coinp si-.
Cons I,y ignrr, the oviiture to "The
liilng Dutchman." 1110 Intiodiietlon
and hai'i-haliali! from t lie llrst act of'
"Tatinhactiser," Paris e1M0n, Jind the!
overturn to "Itlenzl." 1 in Saturday
afternoon the programme comprises the 1
lliirumthe" overtilie of Weber.
Ilav dii's C minor symphony, No. v, and
Tsi'halkowski, sulto for orchestra In D
minor, No. 1.
Ths Oratorio Society, Louts Kocm-1
nienleh conductor, will give Its annual
performance of llaenilsr.s. "The Messiah"
on Thursday evening, December 2S, and
Saturday afternoon, December 3, In
At the Maxlne Hlllott Theatre this
evening Yvette tlullbert will give a
special Christmas piogrammo contain
ing among others the following novel
lies': An old Kimllsh c.uol, "I Saw
Three Ships," to bo sung by Mine, (!ull
bi'rt and a chorus , three I'rencli carols,
also to bo sung with chorus, "Kntro
le llieuf et I'Ann lllis." "Le? firaudti
Compiles do Notro Dune" and "La
Paix' M. Ilonllller. will add to the pin
gianmin sl "Chants Ileligleiix, ' by
Heethoven. The evening will close with
a series of popular mugs sung by Mine,
Kmcst Schi'lllng will give a plauofoite
recital lor tho benellt of tlm polish lie.
lief Pimil In Caiiieglo Hall 011 Tuesday
afleinoou, The Jirograiunin follows:
sonata, opus it, lleclhoveii ; "I'roiii Well
Telillieli-,1 I'Llllellinil " lti.li- m-.,l n.t.t I
,i,,l 1,11,0,. 11 0,1 oili,,,,. 1,1. 1 1 . I. . I- ,1.1
minor, prtliidn and fuguo D 11, u, vana-i
t in 11 -1 and fiiKiie, A minor, Paderenskl ,
Paiis.icagll'i, .Ms., Hist time, Ihnlle III. in
chi'tj three Dauzns l-lspagntilns, Dania
Lenta, D major, Catalane, A minor, Va
lenclensnue (1 major, (iranadns; "Kalal
Inn," SchelllnKi "Vci I'Azur," Stojow
skl; mazurkas, V sharp minor, major,
A minor, C majnr, Chniiln: "Chant Polo
nalse," M0J1 liesc.olka, Chopln-Llstt ;
siherio, C shaip minor, Chopin.
The It ihemlaiiH, I lift New Yoilt mil
shlaiis liufi or which l'r nx Kui-isel
picHliltlll Will l eel 1 1'a I e tl' li'lll mini
virsar. of Us folio ling to i'liui mIim ,
Deceiiilier Ml iho Until Aslor. A din.
ner of iiin covers will be served lo the
members and their friends. Itiibln Gold
maik will le Iho tonstmastsr, Tlie pro-
UAOOLO BALIEI! Aitt JAeou,";
THIBAUD, AEOLIAN HAIL . 5ATURDAV '
AFTERNOON DEC. 30 til .
' gramme to follow the dinner will Include
Mozart's oticrn. "Tho Tninre'urlo." Ar
rangcnients are In the bands of Slgmund
Elmer tl. HoeUle, tenor, assisted by
Elena de. Sayn, violinist, will give a
concert in Aeolian Hall on Thursday
i-venlmr. December 2!s. Mr. Hoclito will
sing four groups of songs taken largely
from Anii'ilcan composers. Included In
I Miss de S-iyn's numbers Is the "I'ncme",
, The Plonzaley fjtiaitet will ivc a
programme that will Incltub) two novel-'
' ties at lis sc-ond concert hi Aeolian Hall
on I-'rld ly evening. December T.. This
concert Is arranged as an elia one, sub-,
scnls-rs being admitted frte, while seals
for the geneial publlo ale av illnhbi at
regular prices. The piogtamiiio will In
clude Kruert Illoeh's ouartet In H, and
' JCmaiiilel MuomV "Stilto lor Two Vto-
' llfi WltlioiO Aeentnniinllnelit." liotb of I
these compositions being In manuscript.'
Tho concluding number will bo Haydn's
I quartet In i, opus 77. No. 1.
On Saturday afternoon, December 30,
Harold llatier, pianist, kind Jactpiea Thl-
baud, violinist, will make a scoond Joint
api-wirauoo at Aeolian Hall. Their plan
,.f t.rnerM.rtMie vt-lll tllffer from the tlrstl""1 ",F sol Ills toil, fit I -ir tlm l.lt-
one presented In that there will bo III-
dlMduat selections for each artist in ad- !
.dltlon to the cnsemblo numlrs. The -J "" '.' ' V, " , V" ',", ' ' : . '
pn.giMm.no follows: Sonata In It flat. I rios I-,","b",s ' " aivompanist.
Mozart, Mr. Haner and Mr. Thlbaud;' "
"Scenes Krom Childhood," Schumann,! A choral concert of Kiem li music will
tiKcata, Mr. Hauer: "Poenic," Clmus-, be the programmu of the Sehola. Cnnto
son, Mr. Thlbaud: sonata in A major, rum for Its first subscription concert at
Cesar Kranvk, Mr. Ilauer and Mr. Curneglc Halt on the evening of Janu-
rvif T.'relsler vloliiiUt wilt irli e 111 '
.fourth lecltnl at Carnegie Hall on Sun-
diy afternoon. Decemlier 31. Ho will be,
asslned ,y Carl Krinltierg, pianist.
Itiidolph onus, pianist, and Albert
pihllng. vlollnlt, will give n Joint re-1
.... .......... ..... -
-pihllng. vlollnlt, will give n Joint re-1
eltal at Aeolian Hall on the afternoon of
New- Yenfs Dav
(Viiiiixisltlons by Tschalkovvsky wil
makti up tho tirogromme of tho New
tar's eve orchestral ctneert to be given
at the Manhattan Op'ra Hoii'e, at which
(Qsslp tlabrtlowitseh, the Itusslan pianist,
'will make hts Ameilcan deliut ns con
ductor. There will tm a neclally se
lectetl orchestra of eighty men, Mr.
j liabrllovvltsch will conduct the eompoa-
lers symphony .o. b, me "1'ainetiquc.
and the Kraiicesca da Itlmlnl overture.)
Ho will also appear as soloist nnd play 1
the Tschalkovvsky concerto under the
I baton of Arnold Volpe.
I Cleorge P Itoyle, Australhili 1 omposer
plaulst, will give a Itvltal at Aeolian
,llall on January Mr. Iloyle Is noiv a
member of the faculty of the I ', nb-i.lv
Insiliute of ll.iltlmorc. The programme
will toii iiln soiuo of Mr. llov.es own
Ainu g tie- novelties to be piesented
nt the second .siietirt of tin- New York
Chamber Mul Society o-i Tuesilay rc-
v.orlt by Daniel
in Aeolian Hall, is a
(Jrcgory Mason which
Is dedicated to the society.
l".ve!n Starr, violinist, vtIII give her
second lecltnl of the present season on '
Wednesday aft' moon. January .1, in!
Arollnn Hall. Her programme wi.! lr..
elude Mozait's coueerto iii D major .111, 1
numbeis by Tor Aulln, Sarnsato anl
Mareelli Sembrlch's four historical
song recitals on Thursday afternoons,
January 4. 11. 1! and .-., In Aeolian
nan, . win no 01 iniei.si , . no army 01
I vocalists. In and around .New uk. 1 he
- ugi r win nave t ie assistance o: i i-.iiik
, La Korge at the pi...,,,. The llr-t . on -
! 1 t-rt will be ilevoie.l to folksong- and I he
-ei on. I to ni I .ohiis 0. Krancc, lieunaiiy,
llolieni..t. lt.ilt .11. d i: -gl uid, fi it, 1 the
. tiirttei.li ..'i.iurv to tin- 1 it ti- let nth.
The Herman -la-sl. s frt.m Weber m
ll.ahms und the Krcneh and Slavic
Mings down to the end of the nineteenth
..01 1.. ,,i-. 1,., ,1,1,.. 1
prosininnie. and for the fourth Mine.'
Selnbrleh will offer sonts of to-day. 1
trom Itusslan, (ierman, Krench, Hug-
Polish and Ameilcan composers.
Albert Orrcnfeld. n -oung New York
violinist, will make his llrst appear-
anes In Aeolian Hall at a recital on
Friday evenlnir, January D,
Harold Hancr will present a pro
gramme of pianoforte compositions, to
which he has given tho title "The Music
of To-day," In Aeolian Hall, Saturday
afternoon, Jnnuary 0. Three woiks will
be given their first performance In New
York, IMward Itoyce's 'Theme and Vn-i,u
fltiMiinn in A Minfir. A Itn v 'i 111 lf spi-Iii.
blnl's "Seventh Sonata, Opus fH." lu one
movement, and Itaoul Laparra's
"P.hjthuies l.spagnnls," oilier compos
ers lo be lepresenled are Arnold Sohoen
berg, Claude Debussy, Cesar l'rauck
and Modiste Moussorgsky.
A novelty in the piograinme to be of
feied by John Met 'oriuacli at til" Hip
podrome Sunday lilgnt, January 7, will
lm an Irish song wiitlen by Hiiuthi,
Th" aiilogiapb iiiauiiNcrlpt with the title
"Der Arum lrlsclio Jiiukii" was reeentb
illscovei'i ii lu the llrillsli Museum and
translattd by Dr William Cunnnlngs.
r.-i 1I.1; on
.Monday .tflei noon
11111, 11. v s, in Aioii 1
Ignace ,1. Padi it-wsUI'd set on, 1 licllal
of tlie season will take place 011 Tues
day afternoon, Janilarv :, In i.'ainegln
Hall. The distinguished pianist Is now
In lloston, liavlng nppeared thuie as
soloist with the lloston Symphony Or
chestra at Its Chilslmas concerts on
December "2 nnd December S3. Accord
ing to present plans Mr. Paderewslti'a
season Is drawing rapidly to a close. 1
The weelt following his recital here In '
dep'aiis for tlm South fm- a series of
roioic'is in, then an w ,1 pi ili.ibly u,,
lo Par 1 llobli 1 ti 1'illf i' 1. w etr ne
huh!, 1 11 11 pi pcii,i nili - s
'liie (iniimia I S million oniirsti.i,
under the illieclioii of Dr, Hrust Kun
wald, will glvo Its only New, York con
cert nt Carnegie Hall on Tuesday ey
Metropolitan Opera House
MONDAY, 2:30 I M. "Haenscl und Gretel," Mmcs. Garrison, Deluu-
nois, Homer nnd Robeson; Mr. Goritz.
MONDAY, 8 P. M. "Martn," Mmes. Hcmpel nnd Obcr, Messrs. Caruso
nnd Dc Lucu.
WEDNESDAY, 8:15 P. M. "Toscu," Mmc. Muzto, Messr. Ilotta and
THURSDAY "Franccsen du Rimini," Mmcs. Alda, Mason and Garrl-
tion; Messrs. Martinclli, Amnto nnd Hndn.
FRIDAY, 8:15 P. M. "Iphlgeniu in Tnuris," Mmc. Kurt, Messrs. Ocm-
bach, Weil nnd Braun.
SATURDAY, 2 P. M. "L'Elisir d'Amorc," Mmc, Hcmpel, Messrs.
Caruso, Scotti nnd Didur.
SATURDAY, 7:45 P. M. "Lohengrin," Mmcs. Rnppold nnd Ober,
Messrs. Urlus, Weil nnd Ruysdael.
nlng, January !. Among tho composi
tions to be presented Is the "Slnfonla
Domcstlcn" by ltlclinrd Strauss.
Helen Stanley, soprano, wilt give a
son l coital In Aeolian Hall Wednesday
afternoon, January 10.
Francis Mncmlllen will .give, a violin
recital In Aeolian Hull Tliurfdiy eve-
nlng, January 11.
j Thu Society of the Krlends of Music
will present ,i programmu In Cainoglo
Hall on Thursday afternoon, January ,'
11, which will be given by thu liill.idel
plila Synipliony Orchestra, Leopold Slalom-ski,
conductor; Josef Ilofmann, pi
anist, and Frit Krclslcr. violinist. Three
new works will b heard. Including van
for piano called "Chroiuatlcon," by
Tho lMltli ltuln-1 Trio will give a con-
jci-i t In Aeolian Hall on the evening of
I'rlday, January VI. The programme
will contain a number of novelties.
. - -
A innccrt for the benullt of the V.ica-
t.i.ii Assrivimluii, Mif, ltobiusiiii-Sinltb
president, Mill be given at the Metro
politan (Jiuru Houe Tuesday evening,
January IC. The programme, will be
glvea by tho Huston Symphony orches
tra, Karl Weiick, condiieto!', anil Igntire
J. P.uleiewskl and Kilts Kielsicr, solo-
Eugen Ysae. the P.eUi.m violinist,
cabled his American manager, K. K.
-lohuston, that he would sail on the
steamship St. Louis' on Decembtr "3, ar
riving In New York December 3". Din
ing the llrst tlueo weeks of January Mr.
Yra.ve will inakt phoiingiap'i reenrds and
u'r l",n H'.,,,,,, Ills llrst ap-
-ry 31. under Kurt Sohlndler's direc
tion, 'ino iiuml(t-r are so se eded as
to give as nearly as possible a complete
Ph'tuie of Krench
h lift fiom Pr.inels I.
to the Hi-volution. Sin-e the l.iinrii.-isa
' I of mcttl.-evnl Kr.in. e eau inmlly bt trans-
lated with Its tall Idiomatic llaor, tht
J Programme will .. .given in the
V ,'H ""'I 1"' ""'
'Ameri-an choral nrs ,m?.iti,iM
" "' Ilrf'1 tlm" "
"" '' " ' iiorai or mizatioti lias un-
it.lakc!i tlm task of pre, ntlng .in en-
tt prottr iiunitt m 1'rtnch,
THE TEAR IN THE VOICE.
Warflrlil Thinks It
Aln He There.
There must bo a sob In tin- henrt Mrs. Charles IMuat. I Arinstion will
beforo 0110 can reproduce It In tho video, filve a Hrge te.-(pi,.ni , ti Tues lav after
and niako tho audlenco echo It." noon at which sac will IntrodtV-o In-r
David Warlleld uttered this opinion
as ho sat In his spacious dressing-room
In tho Knickerbocker Theatre lb., other
night, shortly before tin- curtain rose
on "The Music Muster," which he is
playing to such phenomenal business
that It was necissniy for David lb
lasci. to oMetiil tin, original tight
w-ek engagement into rebrtiary,
luon than iloiibllug it
"ou t an't fool an nililicui.'i , ' sad
this master of sentiment. "Actio-- is
tin- art of leproihietion and there must
be t';e emotion that is ti bo ri-iitodui-i d.
1 "rsi in 1110 nouy aim men 111 tin- heart
! of tho healers and watcluis In fiont.
"Somehow, by means cf your own,
you must hold those pi ople .s-aled in
a semicircle in front of ami ai-out ou,
If ou fit,- an actor, livery actor has
I his own means, ninl In- must try to
learn what art- those special means of
ills and make tin- utmost of them,
I "The voice must bo 11 great aid to
the actor, but not tin- first aid. The
eyes must bo that nnd tho mobile
mouth must ha vo t he second place, for 1
n pmi ,.jin toll volumes. Smiles or
Wnr!t of hopefulness aro tho saddest I
s( , , , ,
...ri, .. ., . . ,j , ,11, , ,
( , rl, ,v ,!l," h,,"M I have
' heen told that th I- a sob In my
voli o, and David IS. la-en suit! II was
that ninl tin- faciilii of i tiiuiiletelj n;.
l.iMpg my muscles Him mado hini no.
tic- my work when ho llrst saw me.
If 1 H.it sob Is there, I am not conscious j
"When tho programmes begin to
rustle your audlenco lias slipped nway
from you. When thrro Is nn epldeml.: I
( of coughing tho people in front aro
I silgnnlllng you that you burn them, and
when they stir in their scats you aro
llablo never to have another audience,
MUSIC TEACHERS AND PUPILS.
An advent of Importance In tho musi
cal world Is tho arrival lu this city
of Mme. Helena Theodorlnl, Hamm-sK
irllnrnezah, famous In l.nn'po as opeiai
I dinger, instructor In I
IIH a miU-. sis-clal
1 1,.. ,, . 1 . .e ui
1 -t. m... 'n" :
.i....i..t 1 . .1 .
; Americans Hint slio lias been persuaded I
10 remain 1111111 1110 lairopcnu war Is l
over, and pel Imps longer, and has opened ,
teaching htudlos at j West Mighty-second j
.Mine, j neiHiorini lias neen reconi-
1 mended highly by Mich supermen, of
'opei.i ns Ihiriui Catuso, Jline. Hat
i'asiu.a, lieofoiiio Cainp.uilnl, Antonio
j Scotti, illuscvp't de I.uc.i and Atnlria de
I Seginsila. This hl-iily talented shign
, and teacher will glvo a concert on Thure
iil.i.i, .Ian11.il. v II, at S P, ,M., 111 the
1 Tho third rcital o,' tlie seasop pv
pupils of leillls Asiiiellfeiiler was Initl
his hlll-bos 111 ,-t Si c 111 j, .n-t 1 in I
Slieet. Ni w Vol 11 i lly, on Mood iy eve
.nlng, December It. lirr.e audleiiiv
I warmly applaudi tl the ifforts of tlm
young m lists'. The vrogrniunm was
given by tho Misses Helen Ccilcrberg,
Cenevlevii Davis, ijilanlats; Miss tlraco
Strasburger, soprano, ami (lenrgo
Ctlegerlch, Inrylono. Mr. Aschenfelder's
next recital will bo held at the studios
Sunday afternoon, January H,
This evening the great Templo Choir,
nunihfiiiig l"."i voltes, umler ii dlioc
1,011 of lliiiir Luyiler. ui.l lender
Inn tillll't ll ill ltotlo "The it I ,' ,v
II .1 Ml WI' . ,11 lilt ll Ipl . i'oinplt
Third nvtiilie n'ul .Ni in 1 ueilniii .11, i,
Hlooliljn, Dr Iteorge C.i'.el, .loolo
paidor. The putMist uf this noil; in to
glv- musical ejprrisloti to tho events at
tending the advent and blnh of the
world's Hedeenicr, These events com
prise; 1, tlie Annunciation; thu birth
of I'hrist; 3, the Kplphany or the man.
Ifestatlou of Chi 1st to tha (iciitllcs. Tliu
following special soloists have been
engnged to us.let tho choir: Soprano,
l'lioulio Crosby, who Is widely known In
i musical circles, having sung in llrouk
lyn's largest musical affairs; contralto,
Kdna Indcrniatir, formerly of IIiiITkIo.
now singing In Orange, N. J., and John
, riniicgau. tenor soloist of St. Patrick's
millennia; vviinur a. mysicr, nas
Kdlth Mao Connor, harp; Vera Abra
ham, violin ; Maurlco tlnrabrant, organ-
, Siguor Stellario Cambria, wiio has a
mandolin studio at 1 1 x West 112th
, street, declares Hint the mandolin Is ti,t
1 properly appreciated, as It Is really .
I very high elns musical Instrument, lie
states Hint It !s almost ns difficult to
play the mandolin like a maestro as it
Is to bo a master of the violin.
Mme. ci.ira Novello tavlcs. formerly
of London, -vbose teaching specialties
are video liberation, Ice production
ami oieral'e ".ng.itg, has opened studios
at .'lit Witt Und avenue.
Lionel Levliisiin Sinclair, who spe
cializes ns a ii acher of (tinging !i tune
ptodiii'li'iit, lias a studio at ICS I'eutral
Park W'tst. ronier of HiTtli ntiert. Mr.
Slmlali- is bliijttlf a virtuoso pianist.
Miss Viola. Waterhou'e, teaclier of
singing. Is having a eiy successful sea
son at her Carnegie Hall ntudlos.
Not every one an iws t'la' f'laia and
David Manne.t. who nive tlebgbl,-l inn
"le lovers willi t iicli- son-ia n- .t i, .no
diieetors of ib David .lanne .VU's'e
School at I.', I Hat Seventieth stletl.
BROOKLYN SOCIAL NOTES.
ISS KATIIAItlNi: DANA, daugh
ter of .Mr. and Mr--. Arnold
Ou it Dana, will ! foinially
presented net Tlmrsdiy aftet noun at a
largo iectitluli In the home of ilei
parents, 130 Hicks Mr.;t. In tin- it
celvlng iaty will be .Miss .Miry Sanger.
Mls Sarah Tod llulkb-.v of Manhattan,
Miss Mary I'.iiollne Piatt, M's- Ad.lalde
Moitatt, Mls-i .Mabel t'outts, .li-s lleieii
llabhott, Mlsrt Ivatil.iiiie Kt-ti.ia'n. Miss
Maijorle i"l,nl;e. MNs Helen nils. ..ls.
Jean Dickliiso-i, JJIss .Marv i s i in
Polak, Miss Chailotte IMn.i.o, milliard,
Miss Helen Culver Km. .VIi-j- Maili.
Wrlgley. Mls.s Lole liii S t .Mit
Elinor Smith, Miss 1M, n - : .n I Ml-s
Mllllcent ItalJwin. .Mrs r . . Dent
son Hewitt and Mi.. I;,i ,. i i Hi i., ((
cousin or thu ilehm.ii le. will ,d , i. .eU,
Tho teceptlon w 11 ,vt- oy ,i
dinner tlauee. Miss Dana it n sopho-
! more at Smith CollrLe
daughter. Mi.t- j;.i7.io.h Arm-ttong Tne
'ebutanlcs assisting will be Miss M ma
'". Abe Dunne. M lv Man
Horsey. M.'s Mawaret Muw. Miss I I.iz, I
llapklns, .Mis-i Agnes Thompson. Miss
Helen U.ird. Miss Harilett W.ml, Miss
Dorothy De Ptdller, Ml-s Pi,, ,11,1 Mm
do k. Mi-, -it It lle.i nv. Mis. IJvclyii .
Wj.it. M ... D.r-vliv M in '.wall' Ml'i-'.01-
-, 1 ,. ,V -s VI ,1, Lt v . .M.,s
D.ii"t K , . M , - .lu.ni.i.i .vlv iiej-,
.VI s i:o-eii.,n.i .VI M.,i on and Mis
l' li nt M 1 ! 1 oi So. ,doii
in i i.iiii.iii.v wiii an eipul i.un, ,r if
II VI. I.
THURS. AFT.. JAN. 4
First of Four Historical Song
Recitals by MARCELLA
i'ii.wk i, i'iii!(,n
st the PJ.mo I1.VI.I1W IN
1-iMt- J.isi. 2 .Ml A Hove- ;o, 1,1 1,
iai'11 mill vvoii.niin lliirenu, I U. u si.
Mnvlne i;i'ltni Ihrntre, a'Uh M nr. II n.iy
l..i i lint' llivilnl.
I 11 - s I - 11 I - : 10
Mi c i it, i mtiM m is ritiM.n vvi.
riliUv Nevl. Iis' L"i -it ,1
Hllllilsv Lit nine l,s' .11 nt - 30
... - t'iict'.w 11.1 iiMiiti,
Mr. ( alii. A, 11,111101 111, hiuhe llar.n
Manhaltsn lip, lie.
eit ear llvt-1 'tine, ri
Mt Morrlj fisst.
-nn lif. ,'H. Ossil-
vv 11. 1. i-ns iii-i-e
for Hie llr-t time In New Vorlc an eri-hrstra
or Ml musicians In 11 i'.i lialknitsky pn;r.iniine
Mraiiif.ia iln "tliolol: Moipl,,,,,, 4the.
thine ninl "III phy the l-lmoi l iimertiiuii 1
lili A rm -Id oil"-.! 1 iiiidiii inr fur Hiei unt en,,'
I Prices .'.-, .Ml,., 7,',,. no -
.Mm .1 M.imieikrrii, rrt l.oiidon liiailtnn
CARNEGIE --tum. A,
. . .... . , ,trl, 11st I
Si ill V.iu -77 . . :.r7mammB
I" pari ii.i.hiI (,.
- '! 1 l'.,i 10
I'roji on 1 imriis nt ,v p, ,, voise.
So olMs VI V V ITIMt.-iiN sV.T.V...-lf"'
1 lli-s A
' 1 not
it 1 1 OH Mx I' lilll Mx.'
tritlUn Hull, New Vear's IIhv VI, ,11,. n a,
"" '"""' KrKlNWA V PI,N(T
N. Y. Hippodrome, Sun. Night, Jn. 7, 8:15.
no ,0 11
, s . H I'fOs H
"Ob. .11 !l V
s'el'Ot.ij I .1,111
I nr. , lli i
V Mi. sum,
xeul (ni l , I i ll,,,,-.
men they will bo entcrtaliie I nt illr,n(t
at Mr. and Mrs. Atnistiniw'ti home, ;i;
Henry street, and the iiatt.v v,:i tlltn 4t.
tend a dance hi Manhattan,
Miss Hazel Hopkins, tlm iblnn ,,,,
daughter of Di. and .Mrs. Sunniil li,r
ter Hopkins, is to lake the hailing ,it,
In tho "Society .Movie." which is Wi,,,
arranged for Krhlny evening. Junuaiy
P.', at the Academy of .Music Dr A'j.
gust Sartorlns will play oppo.o,. i
They will be, suppoiled by n r,,st
clli-llng inm v of the season's iIiImii i
The tllm will hinnv the Interior of n
llrooklyu holms, whose owners luv
given tho Use of theln for t' r K,ir
..t ti. Hi...
j V'k lot- i (.1 -'
' Tho enteriiilmueiit coiimn! ts i,f i
' Heights Casino annoliueis a I'm.,,,..
Hall for Krldsy evening, Jn-.unry
Itaudolph t'atlln Is ilialrmnii of the i,
Tlie ".Merry Whirl" will be glv. ,i i
season In Caster Week, on v, p,,
day, Thursday and Pililay ivm ,t
April, 11, 12 and 13, at the e.ol,.i,.-
Music. In general lines It will f ,
I last winter's entertainment nil ,
'consist of a series of costume
' and songs, with elalsirato sell ,k-, ;n
. w hlch I'OO members of t'.m yoim
j To Intiodtieo ML.s Maijal K v
new head worker nt Little lub , ti,.
borhootl House, lit; Pnlon stu-tt i
I board of directors will give a t i ,n
Thursday afternoon and evtmlf.' I u e.
I her 2. It will set vt. as Pin Chn t.na,
party for Lalie ll.ilj s puroiH ai will
j also ho the fo; mal opening of t ii,-
i The alun.na- of Hie I'.i i.-i,' ,, . ,
.Seinln.iiy will give a tui una iatt
'the Hi-joklyn Woman's Clui i s
urday. Miss Jean Muira.v i
; of thu iifiernooii.
T'leit- were many dinner pi ir. in
iTinn'kljn i.-ist wiek previoiu i. ii r
holldny .Iali.es. (.111 Tail nhiv ve
t'lf hosti sees i.foio tip. c 11 ism ... tu
I ni' Mc. W. Ilium i Il.tili-t V,
Jiunos o. Cai penti-r. Mis j:,m ,1 4
, I. ico 1 'one Mrs. Jut I lv ' ,
! Mrs. n.iwlej i'. We .sii
tjii Wedi, tsday t-vini-.g Mr .1.,
iiimhnc Shaw and Mis, Mnhn
Jt'anda vvete among tln.se w'o 11
lalneil befoic the p,i 'onn.it,
"."-aiety i-irst, tnu Piltinton ,1
Last evening M;s Il.btrt II .,
gave a dinner of tlurtv 1 vtr .. '
tne c;nilerella at the Motel n , , ,.
l.er daughter. Mi s K. ,d', Hmiej r
Mis Taomis L.vous v I, give
tanti' 1 niKr on ' j, ni..
i Moll. Xln.islt.n M.tl t, . .ill tt, , f.
Ilaensel noil .ielrl, 1 ,. nr. in !,!,
llo.ner.iiorit. .1 I II u-t si
Ninas .Mailt .11 s M.iri 1 II. mis-i oi
j I fvrtisti, 1),, l.ne.'t i.-,i tti'.i , 1 p.,,
1 .?.'!"'':' ,s , ''e.l. Mim IV ml IMt,
I Sentil. M.il.neMt, lio. 1 oml p,,.s
Tliiirs.. iii s 1 runt e.,, 1 Itlndnl. l,i
M.'irliiielli. V l-,.n o limi-i 1 , , , ,. ,,
I rl st n I., Iiililui-ol.i. K ,n. ,flln
si'iilitih Weil I'roiii 1 'nnd !iiK..n k
s-.il.. n I 'I II. Ir il'Voiore IIsmi..!
s;i,irke 1 oiimi -.ttiti, l)hi 1 , po
;S1I.. J I-- lol l..llll-lll.llll. b.l,-,i
in-r- I 1 In- w. i ;, ,- .,, o i,n,'.,
-us :o 0i mi .0 ,
1 ..ii..HAGtMAi. .eon ROrillER
MALUM N li Mi t -Kit
c I 1 ' 11 f Ntv 1.
WAl.TKIt l XMItllsl II. I nieli X
set mill serlrs tif
Eight Sunday A fts.
Sut. rlptloni a' II mitl A a II
liisl I int erl S,
lahrl 1 1 ilnsl.
- ) III .
vl -1 Vfi 1 1 II
1 . V , , it li . t
pell ,i l-i 1 f
Pl-III l'- 1
I. J--.VJV !
,-sitlt 1 It,
l.tnil- Itee 1 11 n t 1 ',
PffttS jc tj . ,it 11
1 Carnegie Hill. Tun. Niiht. Jin i. it 3:15
riitsr vpi'i: vit vm r. in m w viiiik
III. DltNM K Ml II 11. 1 iiintiiitiii
sf.il "'ii' toJ llovi. lj A l o Hi v is, (
on ' LAV ii.S Kit 1151 ot i l'i ... In'if
Curnede Mull, Mimln Aft.. Use 31, tt I.
A ! Is 1
illstltiKiilslirtl plnn il
Sets1.1etnS'!. U,ive-s:, rlISv - I' V
Ofil e, Dlr t' A H t s.t 11 ' t
' Arollnn Hull, Jm, m sM.S .1 'or
N, Y. Chamber Music Socy
Of Plnnii, Slrllli Slid Wind In
inrci-or 1 nun 1 in 1 01
Seat! nt lint OUtrc -I'MSWVV I'VN
I Aeolian Hull, 1'iie-, fl,, .Iiiiiusrt i t S-
1 I N-i III 1 V
George F. Boyle
i'l'lisl. 111 1 J i ,V
AeolUn 1111, -nl All , ,lsn
Met.l 5J'b 1 , . ' "
I I!M 11,1 II M, , In,.. Ml .Inn ,d
'I lii.ets 11 tn I. i, vf 1 '
Ofllis, IMtett n VI S' 1 r.
leolUo Hall, I'll, I ve., Her W '"'
F 1 o n z a 1 e Y
litOllll.VM UK m m il , ,
MV tn '.' .M.111 11; 1 mi ni I oii'lon 1 i'J-ll
leiillsu nil. SH. ill . I'- '!t
tenll.iu Mill. Ill lie, J hi '
Sens at 11 ill or Holfinlni Biiretli