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KMaNight at the Metropoli
tan "Goyescas," a Span
ish Opera Sung in Span
ish, Makes Its "World
vg Sylvester Ilawling.
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lln tho season n tho Metropolis
i tan upera noiiso cnos, in suro
to rlvo a gala performance at which
lia frlll present most of his principal
'axtUts. Tho glories of that night nro
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unlikely to equal those of last night's
world premier of "Ooyescas," a Span
ish opera, sung In Spanish, both
thing- unprecedented In tho annals
of Now York opera, Hcsldos, thoro
wero present tho ciui..ioser, Knriquo
Oranados, and tho librettist, Fernan
do Pcrlquot, upon whom tho audi,
enco, crowding tho last Inch of tho
capacity of tho nudltoiium, lavished
appl.iu.io nt lnnumcrablo curtain
caIIs. Mr. Onttl oven permitted onn
of his rule to bo broken when to
oich of tho gentlemen was presented,
before thn curtain, a wreath. To tho
SaR R8, SnaD Dose, ShmI Prkt
GENUINE must bear signature
his business is to make you
laugH. He's "the funniest man in
America." His name is George Ovey.
He's featured 'in Cub Comedies rip-roaring,
screaming, film farces that are released only on the
Mutual Program. There's a new Cub Comedy
every week. Seen 'cm? They're tfreat! You can
cc them at theatres showing the Mutual Program.
"Its a Bear"
AFeature of the
This year Eight Million
Dollars' worth of film plays will be
released on the Mutual Program. Every
week ELEVEN, new and different comedies are
distributed throughout America on the Mutual
Program, beside a wonderful array of dramas,
scenic and educational pictures. The Mutual Pro
gram offers the widest diversity of subjects the
utmost in motion picture entertainment. To be
sure you sec xi genuine Mutual Program, watch the
posters outside the theatre. The words"MUTUAL
PROGRAM" are plainly printed on eycry poster
of a Mutual produclion. Look for this mark. It's
your guide to good pictures.
A few ciyrent releases featuring
George Ovey are:
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THE GIRL OF HIS DREAMS
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THE' EVENING- WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY
regular followcni of tho opera a new
Spanish contingent of several hun
dred wtui added. Although tho prlco
of admission was raised, eovcr.il hun
dred disappointed peoplo wero In
line, en cor to enter, when "capacity"
waa reached. Thcro was a double
till that Included 'Tagllaccl," with
Caruso an C.inlo, and between tho
two opera- the foyer and the lobblcn
wcrn packed with an cagor, voluble.
gesticulating mob. No other word
can describe It,
Ho much for tho Aceno mado by last
night's spectators. Now for tho story,
tho mtislo and tho play. It may bo
well to ..iraphraso from tho "Argu
ment." Tho characters and -cttlni:
of "OoyescaH" ars suggested by thu
work of tho Hpnnlsh palntor (loyn.
Thcro Is an Implication that tho ro
manco touchos somewhat upon tho
painter's porsonnl oxperlenco with tho
Duchess of Alba. At any rate, thu
story takes for Its thomo thu senti
ment of Uoya's time perhaps of all
tlmo that In woman's hands man Is
evor a "I'clolo," a Man of Htraw.
Thcro aro tbrco tableaux placed In
.Madrid at tho beginning of (lin
lust century, splendidly staged and
pnluted, Tho action occupies not
much moro than un hour. 1'ernanilo,
n Cuptaln Jn thn nrmy, has a rondo
vous with ltosurlo, a woman of fash
Ion, nt a holiday festival In thn
suburbs. I'aqtllro, u lovo-maklng
toreador, recognizes Hosarlo as n.
woman who onco went to a more
or lss dlsrcputablu lunco hnll, Ho
Invites her to go again with him.
I'Yrnumlo Insists that nho shall go,
but with him. Muanwhllo tho Jeal
ousy of I'aqulro's mveotheart. l'ena.
Is nroused, and thcro Is prnmtso of
"something doing." Thu second sceno
lu In tho danco hall, whom, of course. '
a quarrel onsues botweon Kernando
and l'aqulro, and a duct Is nrrariged.
Tim last scenn Is a lovo meeting bn
tween Ilosnrlo and rernnndo, Inter
rupted by his engagement to fight,
which ends In Fernando' death,
Whatever measure of ouccesH may
fall upon tho opera will bo duo un
Uroly to the Hccond sreno. In that
tho gontus of Mr. Unmados finds full
play. It Is danco music that lio pre
sents, of a distinctly Hpanlsh typo, tf
wo know anything nlout Spanish
music It has swing, lilt, melody. It
fairly ovorwhnlms with its rhythm
and Its coloring. Ono might wish
that tho wholo opera could bo con
densed Into that sceno, for, unques
tionably, then It would on a triumph.
Hut tho first act Is a meaningless
babel of sound. Realistic, It Is true,
and Willi some underlying suggestion
of folk-Hong, it a mob of merry
makers, out for a day's fun, should
sing instead of talk ta each other, just
what Mr. uranados lins pioduccd,
pmbubly, would bo thn result. Tho
third sceno falls flv. Tho soliloquy
of Hosarlo, and tho luet between her
and Fernando are unmistakably dull.
In theso lay tho chanco for Mr.
Uranados to compose things that
ahould not soon 1m forgotten. IIo
missed It. s
Recently wo havo 'heard many of
Mr. Oranndos's works for thn plnno,
all of thorn Interesting, It Is as a
composer of music for tho piano,
probably, that Mr, Oranados will llnd
his placo. Tho orchestration of
"Ooyescas" smacks of tho piano. Tho
overturn Is promising. Tho Inter-
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tner.zo, a. bit too nweot, In bound to
becomo popular. Tho Introduction to
tho third sceno is strikingly Iloct
hnen and ono hears strains of
"Tristan" onco In a while. Hut for
that, no matter. It Is to Mr. Clrana
dos's credit that ho can absorb and
nsslmllato. 1'pon tho dnnco music jf
thn second sceno, as I said beforo,
"Ooyescas" will stand, or fall.
Anna Fltzlu mado hor first nppear
anco with tho company ns Hosarlo,
Something must bo nllowed for her
nervousness, ltinvltnblo nt a douut,
and something moro, In this caso, for
tho uninteresting music of tho third
sceno, which should havo glvon her
tho best chanco to show her quality.
And ynt, Miss Fltslu was disappoint
ing. Flora I'orlnl made tho most of
Pcpa. oiovnnnl Martinclll and fllu
seppo do I.uea, respectively Fernando
nml P.iqulrn, wero admirable. Max
Htnch did his bit as a public singer
well. Tho chorus was excellent,
thanks to Mr. Settl, and Mr. Uava
gnoll conducted with authority.
1isl, but not least, Hoslna Qalll,
tho premiere dniineiise, must bo men
tioned. Together with Oluseppo Uon
flullo she ill need a fandnnirn In thn
second scene that wn a rare treat.
Hho Reserved a eurtn n call all for
herself, for upon, her moro than upon
any other Individual participant fell
tno nurden or thn opera, and right
worthily she bom It.
Mr. Caruso excelled himself as
Cnnlo, In singing tho "Itldl I'ngllacco"
In Leoncavallo's opera. Ho overdid It,
of course, but It was splendidly over
done. IloMldes thcro worn Mr. Amato's
flno Tonlo, Mr. Hada's Hcppe, Mr,
Teganl's Silvio, all familiar, and Ida
Cazattl's Ncdda. Mr. llavngnoll again
floraldltm Furrar mndn her first
npioarancn In New York fur tho sea
son nt yesterday morning's muslcaln
at tho lllttmore. She was in excellent
olco and a great nudlonco paid
trlbuto to her unreservedly. H'io
camn on li a ravishing gown
of geranium colored lullo with rt largo
hat to match, which shn Ingenuously
removed beforo beginning to sing,
and which sho replaced when sho
finished her lost number. It was an
orlglnnl na well as an amusing stunt.
Her otlli'lal numbers wero by Am
brolfln Thomas, Frniu:. flrlcg, Masse
net and Hem berg, but sho added
moro, ono or two to her own accom
paniment. Itclnald AVenenrnth, tho
popular baritone, also sang, and Ada
Hanoi I gavo omo harp solos.
Victor Kolar, by courtesy of 'Wal
ter DamroHch, conducted his own
symphony In 1) nt tho Symphony So
ciety concert In Aeolian Hall yester
day afternoon. Tho composition,
which Is new. holds much that Is In
teresting, stirring and suggestive.
Ionise Homer was tho soloist. Sho
sang well, looked well and got a
hearty reception from a crowded
Children from Now York's Czech
community of tho upper east sldo
will sing ns their fathers sang In
Sorvhi, Itohomla and Montenegro at
a unlquo entertainment at Aeolian
Hall on Friday evening under tho
nuspires of tho JanJIiM Nelghbor
IkkxI House, In Hast Seventy-fourth
Street. A Slavonl operetta In four
parts, with national costumes, folk
songs and dnnccs, will bo presented.
Three lecture recitals for tho benefit
of the Music Committee of tho Knst
Sldo House Settlement will be given
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by Howard Hrockway on tho first
second and third Tnradiiva In Folinl.
nry nt 11 A. M at tho homo of Mr
Daniel iAtnont. 2 Wm Flftr-
thlnl Streot. Tho subjects aro tho
operas "Prlnon Igor," "Goyescas" and
"Pcchcurs do Pcrlos."
Mr, Stranskv continued his threfl.
day Hach-Heetho-cn festival with tho
munarmonV' Orchestra-at Corneglo
Hall yesterday afternoon. Ernest
Hutcheson was nti admirable soloist
In I la ch's piano concorto In D minor.
a. worn or praise, too, for Maximiniaa
Pilzor, tho concert master.
Magglo Teyte, of tho Hoston Opera
Company, Paqulta Madrlguera. child
Pianist, and (liullnno Homnnl, a
tenor, said to havo "tho highest volco
In thn world," will appear with
Sousn at tho Hippodrome to-morrow
night, ami Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
t'astb) will danco again.
A concert by tho male choir of Gil
vary Church, with John Bland, tenor
nnd choirmaster, as soloist, and John
Cushlng at the organ. Is nnnounccd
for .Monday ovcnlng. Feb. 7, nt Aeo
lian Hnll. This Is Uie tlrst tlmo an
American boy choir lias nppearcd In
nn a capclla recital.
Tho third annual concert of tho Oleo
Club of tho Friendly Hons of Ht Pat
rick, of which Victor Herbert Is Presi
dent, will bo given at tho Hotel Astor
on Mondny evening, with Oraco Hreon,
soprano, nnd John Flnnegan, tenor, as
soloists. CIcorgo II. (lartlan will con
duct. Tho Hnlovy Singing Society, whoso
work In developing aspiring singers
is conducted without any tuition fees,
Is preparing n series of monthly con
certs In celebration of its twenty-fifth
anniversary. It Is under tho direction
of Prof. l.on M. Kramer,
Thn Sergo do DlaghllcfC Hallot
Husse, which closc.i a two weoks'
engagement nt tho Century Thoatro
to-night, will lslt sixteen other
cities beforo It begins Its engago
tuent of four weeks -it tho Metropoli
tan Opera House.
Fifteen natlvo I'kralnian numbers
by a choir nnd nolo selections will lxi
tlven to-morrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock
on Kids Island at a concert arranged
by tho I'krnlnlnn llcslda Association.
John McCormack will Introduce two
sacred songs. "O Snnctlsstma" and "O
Salutarls 1 lostla," arranged for hrm by
Frit J! Krclsler. nt his Carncglo Hall
recltnl on Sunilay afternoon, Fob. 13.
Henry Stelgner. under tho auspices
of tlio People's University Kxtonslon
Society, will glvn export Instruction
nt Publlo School No. 4 to children
who suffer from speech defects.
Maudo Tucker Doollttlc, a pianist
from tho Middle West, gavo a, recltnl
1n Himiford Hall yesterday afternoon.
Hho showed no Httlo technical skill and
her tone was big.
A third Scandinavian concert under
tho auspices of tho American-Scandinavian
Society will bo given In Car
ncglo Hall on March 2..
Marlon Clark, soprano, will glvo a
recltnl at tho Princess Thcsttro on
Thursday nfternoon, with Hlchard
Epstein nt tho piano.
Frances Alda. Albert Spalding and
Paderewskl will bo tho nrtlsts nt tho
seventh Hlltmoni Friday Morning
Muslcalo on Feb. 11.
Samuel A. Haldwln will give a free
organ recital at tno city conego
to-morrow ana Wednesday aitcr
noons at A o'clock.
Carl Frlodbcrg will glvo a piano
recital at Aeolian Hull a week from
next Monday afternoon.
"EUROPE'S REIGN OF
TERROR," PARK THE A TRE
"Europe's Hclgn of Terror" Is the
latest moving plcturo representation
of tho "war. It 1h a plcturo which
hhows nil sldoM without partiality. It
Is now playing dolly from 1 to 11 P. M.
nt tho Park Theatre. Tho prices aro
15, 2D and 60 cents. Thcro Is u largo
Thin plcturo opens with tho colors,
coats of (inns and monarch of the
warring powcrn uiid, then shows tho
recruiting and entraining of tho troops
for tho front. Tho samo bodies of
moil aro shown nfterward engaged In
fighting. Airmen firing at enoh other,
resulting In tho collapse of two of tho
tdilna of thu clouds; tho torpedoing
of a cruiser by a aiibmatine. tho Hand-
to-hand lighting or inrantry and cav
alry, tho massive worn of tho artillery
and tho noble work of tho Hold hos
pital corps all nro Hhown most viv
idly. Every kind of lighting Ik shown
lit every part of tho war zemo. Tho
management asserts It has chosen tho
best work of moio than eighty war
camera men, who must Imteca huvo
been daring photographers to tako tho
chances necessary to uccure such pic
tures. The audlonci-s .no mado up of peo
plo of nil countries, m can bo found
bv listening to tho excited commonts
lu many different tongues, and they
aro of ull classes of society and of all
"THE CIIA RMING WIDO WS"
COME TO THE OLYMPIC.
A runway on which twenty pretty
tnupely and vivacious girls sing and
danco Is a featuro of "Tho Charming
Widows," tho show which comes to
tho Olympic Theatre. The runway ox
tends from tho stago through tho
puniuet to tho lobby. Among tho mem
bers of tlio company (tin Kdillc Dalo,
Sam Carlton, Hugh Skoll, Hurry
Peterson, Jlmmio Cooper, Pauuno
Palmer. Ada hum and Helen Stunioy
During tlio action of tho two-part i
musical ixnndy tho latest songs and
dunces will bo Introduced. An added
attraction will be "Sltn," a Hindoo
dramatic divertissement, in which
mho Himoun do iinryi and Emu
Agoust are featured in a sensational
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CHANGE OF EVENTS NIGHTLY
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i Plays for the
ELSIE FEltQUSON conies to tho
New Amsterdam Thoatro on
Monday night In "Margaret
Schiller," a now play by Hall Calno.
Tho scones aro laid In London. Al
though In a senso a war play, no sol
dier appears upon tho stage. Deal
ing with war. It does not touch upon
Its horrors. Tho author shown,
rather, tho effect upon tho minds and
hearts of peoplo belonging to war
ring nations. Margaret Schiller sots
out to destroy tho tn in sho believes
to bo her cotintry'a arch enemy. Sho
ends bv saving his life. Her en
thusiasm for the cause of her nntlvo
land nnd her lntenso hatred of tho
i British Involvo her in a plot against
Sir Hobort Temple, tho Prlmo Minis--tcr.
Tho Sir Ilobcrt Temple Hho has
pictured nnd thn real Sir Ilobcrt arc
very different. Tho Btory of tho
play brings theso two characters Into
nggresslvo conflict, a conflict' that
broadens thn understanding of both.
In Miss Ferguson' support will bo
Norman Trevor, Eileen van Ulene,
Joseph Adelmun, Mario Kctchardt,
Paul Doucct, draco Carlyle, Garcth
Hughes, Warburton (.amble, Fred
erick Ksmellon, Huna Hodges, Leslie
Palmer, David Kimball, Icwls Scaly.
Douglas Pnterson, llorton Cooper
and Eleanor Seyboldt.
On Monday afternoon nt thn
Gnloty Thoatro tho Stago Society
will produce "God and Company," a
play by Austin Adam. In tho cast
will bo W. Graham Hrownc, Alma
Chester, Emily Callaway, Munoo
Harney, Gilbert Clayton, Edwin Holt
and Harry C. Hrownc.
Tho burlosquo offering at Daly's
Theatro will bo "Fads and Fancies,"
yWi Princess ltamonoff, an Oriental
Harry Hastings will bring bis
Tango Queens to tho Yorkvillo
"Tho Yellow Ticket" will bo played
by tho stock company at tho Gmnd
Opera House, Hrooklyn.
MOTION PICTURE PLAYS
AT LEA DING THE A TRES.
At tho Strand Theatro, Theodore
Roberts wilt bo seen In tho tltlo rolo
of Mnrk Twain's story "Piidd'nhe.ul
Wilson." Tho photo-dramatic ver
sion was written by Margaret Turn
bull. Tho scenes wero filmed by the
lisky Company in tho llttlo town in
Missouri In which tho author laid
his story. Theru will also be war,
travel nnd fashion pictures, together
with a musical progrumme.
Tho Knickerbocker -Theatre will
havo Douglas Fairbanks In a Triangle
comedy-drama, "His Picture in the
Papers:" Hoscoo Arbucklo and Mabel
Normand In "Hn Did and Ho Didn't."
a Keystone comedy; travel and topi
cal pictures and muslc.il numbers.
"As a Woman Sows" will be the
featuro plcturo for the first half of
tho week at, the Plaza Theatre. Dur
ing tho remainder of thu week Vain
Valll will bo shown in "Her Debt of
Honor." Vnudevlllo numbers will
glvo variety to tho bills.
Tho Fourteenth St i cot Theatro will
offer Mary Plckford in "Tho Found
ling" for tho first half of the week,
nnd then Constanco Collier In "Tim
Tongues of Men."
AROUND THE TOWN.
Maude Fealy In "Tho Turn of tlio
Tldo" will bo tho hendllnor at the Co
lonial Theatre. Other features will
bo Halph Hlggs and Knthcrlne
Wltchlo In dances. "Tho Passion Pl.iy
of Washington .Square," and lien
Tho Palaco Theatro will havo Hnth
St. Denis In now dances. Georgo Nash
In "Tho I'noxpected," Genrgo MeFor-
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lane, baritone, and Sam and Kitty
Morton In "Hack to Whero They
At tho Alhambra Theatro will bo
Hon Welch, Hebrew comedian: John
Jarrott nnd Josephlno KtTnell In
dances, Uancroft and Octavla Hrosko
In songs, George HowAU In "Tho Hed
Fox Trot," nnd Hockwell nnd Woodi
The programmo for tho alrst half
of tho wcok at Proctor's Fifth Avenuo
Theatre will consist of Mario Nord
strom In "Hits of Acting," Halph
Dunbar's Singing Flvo, Sam Mann &
Co. In "Ixits and Lots of It," John
Orron and Lillian Drew In n whistling
novelty, tho Two Carltons, gymnasts,
and others. Proctor's Fifty-eighth
Streot Thoatro will havo a playlet
with a cast of thirteen peoplo entitled
"Everybody." For tho latter part of
tho week N'oulesco nnd Hurley will
lop tho bill. Proctor'H Ono Hundred
nnd Twenty-fifth Street Theatro will
return to vaudeville with "Tho Birth
day. Surprise," ltodcr and Dean, aero
bats; Collins nnd Clnrko In songs and
piano playing, tho Four Slickers In a
comedy skit, and Mldglo Miller and
thn Callahan Hoys In songs nnd
dances. At Proctor's Twenty-third
Street Theatro a now movlo featuro
will be shown over)' night, beginning
Monday with "Destruction," featuring
Theda Hnra, and ending Saturday
with Cyril Maude In "Tho Greater
Loow's American Theatre for th
first half of tho week will offer Joe
Welch, character comedian, In
"Studio From Life Tho Handicap
Girls," n one-act musical comedy:
Jano Lawrence In songs, and Kings-
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torture. My hair Came out In
handful. My sralp a one
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week ttho Charles Moratl Opera Cora
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