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THE- EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, FEB-RUARY 6, 1922.
IN THE REALM OF MUSIC -Two Composers Conduct Works on "Friends of Music" Bill. By Frank H. Warren. Two composers conducted works of their own constructing .yesterday nt tho Bovcnth concert of the Society of tho Friends of Music, given In Town Hall. Lazara Samlnsky, a young Russian who onco studied with tllm-sky-Korsakoff and who now makes his homo here, first assumed the ba ton and exploited four sacied songs for chorus, three of wUch were writ ten in 1012. Tho first, "El Mono," text In Hebrew Is based on a dance tuno originally sung by Palestine Jews; tho second, "To Kion's Heights," Is set to a I'ousliUin poem; "Anl Nadal" Is based on another Jew ish tuno and the fourth Is n Suiim i. They nro hliort pieces more or less effective, conventionally and correctly built, the flfht three quite similar in their musical form, soundingvllko In numerable other choruses. Tho So ciety's chorus did not sing them us smoothly as a composer could w id Samuel Thcwman provided tho other novelty entitled "Evening," composed tn 1911 to a Schiller text, a sketch for women's chorus, two solo voices am.. chamber orchestra. The compi&oi opines that Schiller was Inspired bv i Fainting having for Its subject Hit Greek myth, the wedding of the 31m and tho sqa. Mr. Schiller was n. I Inspired than Mr. Tllowman, w'l. M composition ambled nlon:? In not o Impressive style. Mr. Tho.'vman cam. here from 1'raguo two seasons ng'i to bo stage director of tho Metropolis Opera House. Ills "Evening" 1' dedicated to Artur Dodanzky, cm ductor at the Metropolitan who cm- ducted tho other numbers cf tho ti grnmme, Von Welter's "Abu Hassan" overture and Schubert's symphony No. C In B flat. and pianissimo. "Dublst die Ruh," for example, wns exquisitely dona. After he'r reception yesterday she should bechainplng tho prima donna bit for a local opera appearance. Nobody else that wo have heard can put quite the same spirit and tlnesso Into n Russian folk tunc that Nina Tarasova seems nble to. Her talent in this direction wns on cxhlbitlcm again last evening in Town Hall. Fur ther, being versatile, Mine, Tarasova sang operatic arias, old English and an Italian I oik song. The Metropolitan riuniUty concert had as soloists Mine, ISIIy Key, pi anist, and Mmca. Matzenaucr and I'e ralta, substituting for Hosa Ponselle, in soli numbers and a duet i'i .1 "Ald.i." Paul Elsler led tho orchestra in Schubert's "Untlnlslied" Symphony The New York Symphony's concert In Aeolian Hall, supervised by Albert Coates, was just good music spiritedly played. The programme comprised tho "Russian and Kudmllla" overture of Glinka, the daddy of Russian mu sic; Wagner's "Siegfried" idyl that has done yeoman's service this sea pon; Ravel's rhytlimk "Ithaps' Espagnole" anil Strauss's "Till Eulen t.piegcl's Merry Pranks, nil the hu mor, charm and Intricate detail or which the German composer himself laid bate on his recent visit here A yool word Is due Miss Alice Miriam for her clever work tu step ping into Miss Roll's place, If not her costumes, as tho Snow Maiden Satur day nlternoon nt the Metropolitan, Miss Bin I being out with a cold. This was a illllicult assignment, lot HI s; Rori, In this part, is tho essenco of charm tho need of which Is what every woman knows. Miss Mlrjnm, however, was n capable substitute. She hang well, her French could bo understood and sho acted the charac ter with simple charm. Her final solo, sung as sho melts away In the sun's ray, was neatly delivered considering the cumbersome method of her taking off. Tho Metropolitan stage Intclll gensla. It would seem, could Improve upon this present crude exit. There Is no Illusion about it. The sick list at the Metropolitan Includes Misses Rori and Ponsctlc, so pranos, and Mr. Ilamboschck, assis tant conductor. Miss Garden at the Manhattan Is minus the services of two tenors, Edward Johnson and Lu clen Muratore. Oilr tlrst view and hearing of "that terrible 'Salome'," given at the Man hattan Opera House Saturday night tor the benefit of devastated France, left its unmoved. It proved profitable for the cause, however, us tho house was sold out at advanced prices. Then there H the composer, Richard Strauss, possibly a bcnetlclary. If ho has any music left we submit two couplets; Itt'inrmtwr. trie la my Salome Please send a check for what jrou owe me. Or, If the pronunciation grates: In Salome, l'o done my bit 1'or nrt. lioweer, pteae remit. To us the performance was disap pointing. It seemed dull and lacking cohesion, a rough and unready per formance. Tlicro was precious little real singing and we couldn't grasp the meaning or intent of all Miss Gar den's runnings about, poses and con stnnt gesticulation. Claire Dux. n lienuteoiis soprani tho Chicago Opera Company, heard some t ine npo in concert with Ruh nrd Strauss and orchestra, pint n recital in Carnegie Hall, in the coujo of which she uncovered some lovely singing She gets her best elfects In quieter songs ami when s-inglng piano Why you ' need RESINOL 5oolhinq and He&linq Because its ' Invaluable for Burns Chafing- Scalds Rashes Cuts Co fd Sores Stings DON'T DO THIS! 0 LEONARD EAR OIL RELIEVES DEAFNESS and STOPS HEAD NOISES "Rnb It in Back of the Ears" (.Never Put tn Earn) Insert in Nostrils Datfuu tetlr rlicT4 by InpletrMtmtiit with Leonard Ear Oil. Special initrnrllona by a noted Ear SpeelalUt (or different kinda ef Deaf aeea and Head Nolite contained la each Paemate. 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M. mid (in 1.ipmI.is and Hiurdt) until 7 I. M. I J 7 1 i a-Ll Make Your Windows Sell More Goods e THE rent you pay for your show windows is based on the as sumption that they will work for you at night just as welt as by day. Are your windows doing this? They are not if they are not scientific ally illuminated. That means directing the light to the display without letting it dazzle the eyes of the observer. In other words, it means Holophane Reflector: Ask your electrical contractor whether your window lighting is up to date. HOLOPHANE ILLUMINATION SERVICE 342 Madison Avenue Murray Hill 7507 750-752 8Ave. Corner 46$ St. Annual February Sale Furniture, Rugs and Carpets At Substantial Reductions Our Easy Payment Plan Applies Everywhere Within 150 Miles of N. v. We Furnlah Apartments and Homes on Weekly or Monthly Payments. A DINING ROOM SUITE of distinctive) rleatan. In American Walnut, Dlnlna Table, either oblonn or round. 48 Inches, 6-foot extension; 4 pleoes, as Illustrated A Com (279 .50, February Columbia and Cor tina Foreign Language Rec ords on Sale. Columbia Qrafonolas from $30 Up on Our Easy Pay. ment Plan. DAVEN.O SOFA BED Uohol- at i LU iSsalAII Goods stered In imitation leather: makes p.nnnc 1 ftnsnsnH Marked rla'a. '"n0tbed iX'J. e"V -TH MARKED MFWln Plain mattress. As illus. 90. OU IN PLAIN I Figures, trated, at - " figures SEWING MACHINES ON CREDIT UP TO $110. Open Monday and Saturday Evenlros. Motor Truck Deliveries. aiiMTii an1" "i ptete I In. Sewing ttSglSBQ 46th St.750'7" w,GvH0T AVE- 8th Ave. hp i 3 " ?sJ.- 'if IV "Pape's Cold Compound" Breaks any Cold in a Few Hours Instant Hdipf! Ilnn't tlnv stiifTcil. lin! Olllt hlnl'iair- nnil ennnllfirrl A I - n ...... U.l Ill (, dose of "i'npe's Cold Compound" tiiken-every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks any colli rifiiit up. 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Broadway at Ninth, New York D4 ffamA Store Hours: 9 to 5.30 Telephone: Stuyvcsant 4790 FURM1 ORE P. ruDblems are Being lAPPILY Solved Beginning Tuesday, the SHe menlyMcondwice-a-eaiSafc of Sxquuile STERLING SILVER, One of the many beautiful sets in the sale An Event, Indeed! TO those who appreciate tha elegance, intrin sic value and exquisite beauty of Sterling Silverware, this twice-a-year sale is an event to be taken advantage of. Wedding gifts of tho most delightful kind may be selected. Homemakers may add to their own individual collection. Those who are refur nishing their homes will find just the right tea or coffee set, the right silver service, or the right piece, whatever kind is requiied. A number of our best silversmiths, with whom we deal regularly, co-operated with us to make this event of interest both from the view point of price and of artistic decoration. The unique collection includes At a reduction of 25 to 40 per cent, VASES from the long, flender vases for the single blossom to the big, hojrn-shaped affairs for a bouquet. TEA-SETS that are a joy chased, engraved, etched, or beautifully plain. And in mosl cases it is possible to ge5 a single pieco or the complete set. BON BON BASKETS CHILDS' CUPS MEAT PLATTERS WATER PITCHERS ROLL TRAYS WAITERS VASES MAYONNAISE BOWLS CREAM SETS GRAVY BOATS and TRAYS At 50 per cent, reduction There are also a number of fancy pieces in seven different patterns that are marked at 50 per cent, reduction. Included in this collection are: CANDELSTICKS BOWLS SANDWICH TRAYS FRUIT BASKETS DISHES BON BON DISHES BREAD TRAYS SUGAR and SOUP LADLES CAKE SERVERS LETTUCE SETS PLATTER SPOONS FISH FORKS TOMATO SERVERS FISH KNIVES ASPARAGUS SERVJtRS At 20 to 35 per cent, reduction Spoons, forks and knives in the Nile pattern a refined Colonial design a complete assort ment of spoons, forks, knives and serving pieces in good Weight. Main Floor, Old Building Walking Shoes worn in the South White oxfords for sports or with tailored cos tume. Three models the conservative type with welt soles and medium heels. At $10, in buckskin, perfor ated tip. At $10.50, in canvas plan tip. At $10, in buckskin, una ill trimmed with patent leather on tan leather. At $9, smoke colored leather with tan leather saddle, illus trated. First Floor, Old Gulldlrg The last word in sports wear from England RED LEAF Sports Jersey t iicip hnUtvd ireiire in artificial etlk, at $7.50 a yard The success of the rjports frock has brought about the introduction of this new and exceedingly smart material. Ab "REDLEAF" sport's jersey is woven G4 inches wide, it is obvious that 2, yards will be sufficient for the making of a guul look ing slip-on frock. White, copper, gray. Black Navy blue Silk Rotunda, , Main Floor, Old Building. Misses' Frocks that say SPRING At $25 Collars and cuffs of white crepe de chine with flutings, of course. Navy blue and red rib bon made into tiny flut ings Pipings and fagotting of smart contrasting colors. These are just a few of the gay Spring touches on the new Crepe knit frocks which we are now special izing at $25. The frocks themselves arc in tho attractive new uhades of rust, henna, red, bnge and French blue, as well as in navy blue, white and oiacK. Five models in the smart slip on fashion. Sizes 14 to 20 years. Second Floor. Old Dulldlng Tenth Street Prints English and otherwise The great vogue of these printed cottons is simple io explain they are so fascinating in color and design and make such de lightful frocks that no one can resist them. Specially priced Printed handkerchief linen in checks, dots and stripes $1.75 printed sblci'it, in quaint patterns, 85c yard. English prints, in new pat terns and the well be:oved old fashioned ones, 48c yard. La chine muslin, a new fab ric most attractively printed, 48c yard. Printed voiles, 75c yard. Irish dimities, 55c yaiu. Printed French chsllin, in all the lovely colors that belong to .pring, $1 a yard. Main Floor, Old Dulldlng Knickerbocker Suits for girls of 6 to 12 Le dernier cri in sports costiimos Tnr thn vounir crirl who p-ors in for skat ing, sleigh-riding, hiking or the numerous outdoor activities which young girls enjoy. Tweed and Jersey The slin-on cont dress is sev erely tailored anil laces nt the throat. Tho knickerbockers arc cut amply full, and are finished with fitted, tailored cuffs. In lovely shades Green, brown or gray tweed at $17.50. Henna, brown or navy blue jersey at $13.50. Separate knickerbockers of .gray or green tweed SC.50; of brown corduroy, $5.50. Second Floor, Old Dulldlng the February Sale People come from the city and from the coimiiy, from avenue home, fiat and cottage. And all find what is wanted GOOD furniture at lowest prices.. Old homes are being done over. New hoiuca are being prepared for. The only thing any one has to decide at Wanamaker's is which style shall ' I choose? The question of quality has been settled. We guarantee it. The question of price is settled it is the LOWEST for which such good furniture can bo bought for lower than it will be in March. Thousands of pieces to pick from. All 10 to 50 per cent, reduced. No such variety anywhere else. No such savings anywhere else. Fourth, Firth and Sixth Qallerlei, New Building. JENNY gown copied in black satin, $195 The new silhouette, gtac iously draped and outlin ing the figure at the very low waistline, has raiely been more beautifully ex pressed than in this gown of black crepo satin. Red velvet poppies hang with the drapery fiom one side of a jet girdle. Mnnv frnnlrs n Mm, miner aa this are arriving every day in me women s rasnion salons in the new materials .nd the new mode. Second Floor, Old Dulldlng Hudson Seal Coats (lived muslcrnt Now $395 to $595 OnVin.-illv SKflfi in KH1 distinctive coats, part of our excellent collection. Many are trimmed with kolinsky, squirrel, skunk uuuver. Second Floor, Old Dulldlng or Bedspreads at bed-rock prices New arrivals. White, crochet, hemmed, single bed size, $2.25; double bed size, $2.75. White satin-finished, hem med, single bed si-c, ?3.75; double bed size, $3.85. White satin-finished, scal loped edge and cut-out corners, single bed size, $4 60; double bed size, $6. White satin finished spread and bolster cover, Fcallopetl and cut-out comers, for single beds, $8.75 set; for double beds, $11 set. Fourth Qallery, New Dulldlng. Fine Corduroy Suits for Boys $3.85 They are the same grade that we have had in our stock at $5.95 of fine cor duroy, middy style, knee trousers lined and with at tractive little touches such as embroidered emblems and three rows of tape. Blue, brown, grean and mouse. For ages 3 to 9 yrs. 200 suits only at $3 85. Junior overcoats Chinchillas and double faced cloth joats, origi nally $12.50 to $18, then reduced' to $10.75 now $7.95. They couldn't be made for that price today, 3 for 2Vt years.. 13 for 3 years 11 for 4 years. . . . B for 0 years 2 for 7 years. . . . 1 for 9 years. . . . Men's Floor, New Building. Boys' Pajamettes down to $1 They were $1.50 cue-piece, of flannelette, with pocket and silk frogs, no neck. Pajamettes of Eden rloth in tans, and greens, $1.75 were $2. Durllngton Arcade Floor New builalng. Morning Frocks $4.85 to $7.95 Crisp white dotted evnss ef fectively expresses the charms of two simple, attractive and practical morning frocks. straight lines, daintily trim mod with imported en'bcoiderj or organdie. $4.85 and $C75 Figured voile devo'ops i VOUthful frnrlf. willi l.-me.. el at cither side of ski-1. Pret tily trimmed with white organ ilio embroidered in the color of tno voile. Urown, b.ack and navy uiuc, $7.D5. Third Floor. Old Dulldlng Cups and Saucers $10 doz., were $15 Of Nippon lustre in the de lightful sunlight yellow, or old blue, and alo in yellow lined With blue. Second Oalleiy, New Building, PttLUFF Shampoo 35c a bottle One tcaspoonful disolv ed in warm wuter gives one a marvelous shampoo. Made of the purest in gredients, in the Wanvmakor laboratories. Ruff Skin now in 8-oz. bottles, 75c Iir response to repeated ieiucstd wo are n"w put ting up this most excellent lotion for chapped hands and face in largo bottles as well ns in tho regular 40c 1 oz. size. The Perfume Slirp. Main Floor, Old Building. V $7.95 Sports Blouses knitted fiber silk Just arrived from abroad one of the latest of the knitted sports fashions, one which is entitled to an important place in tho mode, $16.73 The wide borders and the rows and rows of tiny stripes are in a color that contrasts smartly with the rest of the blouse forming such attract ive combinations, as white with black navy blue with befjie henna with gray beige with navy b'ie gray with navy blue. Narrow girdle, quaintly braided. ... Third FldU-. Old Building. Third FldC box. Cl'Idrcn love lasearcis, too.