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Pieces Given bv Players ?/ Songs Prove Interesting, hut Ijfick Artistic Pregnancy; "Mefistofele" Is Sing by Fine Cast at Metropolitan By H. E. Krehbiel At a concert by the Philharmonic Orchestra in Carnegie Hall yesterday afternoon Mr. Stransky exhibited the iatest attempt which has fallen under; our notice to utilise phrases from the ? native music of the aborigines of i America in the construction of an | art.-tic composition. He performed three numbers from a "Primeval Suite" j by Challes Sanford Skilton, who U professor of theoretical ar.d applied j music in the University of Kansas j The pieces were two soups which ac- | company tjambHsjJ gt?mes of the red-| men and a serenade. The themes, we are told, wire noted down by Professor Skilton fron) performances by members i respectively of the Dragon, Sioux and; Winnebago tribes, ar.,1 in the second j piece, by far the most interesting of the three, an effort at verisimilitude ! was made by permitting the flute toi Imitats the pipe used ?n their court-, shins by others of ".lie plains Indians] besides 'he Sioux, though the Indian j pipe is not a fluto, strictly speaking, ' and might, we fancy, have been as j easily introduced Into the orchestrai (for the original exposition of the melody, at least) a; the Indian drum, j with its persistent be;.t, which Profes sor Skilton used in the two gambling; songs. For a hundred counterparts of, the themes of these songs he might j have consulted any one of the publica- ! lions by the Smithsonian Institution devoted to Indian ceremonies. In them are pages upon pages of reiteration of what we have heretofore characterized as the Indian melodic formula. Professor Skelton sought to make these themes interesting, and suc? ceeded, to a commendable degree, by covering them 'with colorful harmonic and instrumental integu? ment. That they seemed to have little artistic pregnancy we thought he con? fessed by the little attempt which he made to develop anything out of them. After uttering them a few times, doubling the tempo of the first, on two oeer.s'or.s to indicate the excite? ment developed by the red men in their gambling games, and giving their. varied color, he slopped. The pieces were, therefore, laudably short, and '? their effect as bits of characteristic exnression attained. They wore inter? esting because moderation was exer? cised in the effort to make them so. lUit they failed, as all other efforts, save -McDowell's, have failed, to con? vince us that effective artistic material ?.^ to be extracted from American abo 3/iftinal tunes. The program began with Brahms's symphony in C minor, and after the Jnd'an pieces Mr. Stransky added ' Sibelius's strikingly beautiful illustra? tion from the Kalevala, entitled "The Swan of Tuonela." and Tschaikoff ?ky's Italian "Caprice." Mr. Gatti's revival of Boito's "Me fistofele" (the opera had its first per? formance for this season at the Metropolitan last night) differs from ! the performances of years ago in that ! the minds of the spectators are not j thrown into confusion by seeing the i same singer in two characters, as ' Margherita in the tragedy and Helen of Troy in the intermezzo called "The Classical Sabbath." It is difficult enough to conceive Faust transported hack to mythical Greece; it is im? possible to comprehend a transmogrifi? cation of Gretchen into the woman who provokes the Trojan War. It was Mme. Nilsson who introduced the cus? tom of giving the two characters to the same singer, and so long as she was their representative critical con? demnations had to give way to the de? light which her regal presence and lovely voice and 'style created in the classical scene. Mme. Alda might also create a beautiful illusion, but it is here that Mr. Gatti shows his respect for poetical varities by leaving the impersonation of Margherita to her Stransky an?! putting Miss Easton in the allegory. Both of these ladies wore in the cast last night, and so was Mr. Gigli, who first disclosed his fine voice to us in the opera, and their performance re? newed the agreeable impressions of last year's representation. Mr? Mar dones was tho Meilstofele. He sang sonorously and rar. trvio to the conven? ts ns of tho provincial theater by tak? ing a curtain call after the prologue disclosing tiw fact that when Satan discoursed good-humoredly aiui laid a wager with God he did so in the dis? guise of a gray friai?a nuance which we believe will be searched for in vain in the Book of Job, Goethe's poem and the acoro of Boito's opera. The other pOQpl? [n the cast were Flora Pcrini, j .ai Pantall?j Kathleen Howard, as Marta; Angelo linda, as Wagner, and Giordano Paltriniori as Ncreo. Mr. > Moiansani conducted. Admira! Chatfield to Sail on Cedric To-day! Return? to England From Washington? Oropesu and j Niemv Amsterdam Departing Admira! Sir E. Chatfield and Lady ' Chatfield have engaged passage on tho Whito Star liner Cedric, sailing to-day for Liverpool. The Admiral is second assistant attache to the British mis- ! sien at Washington. Other passengers in tho Cedvie's first cabin include Professor Chauncey- B. Tinker, of the faculty of Yale Un?- ? versity; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M, llar-1 riman, of New York; W. McNeil Rode wald, of Tuxedo; Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Adams, of Boston; the Rev, A. Mc Clenthan, of Baltimore; M. A. Lockett, chairman of toe Industrial Canal Com? mittee, of New Orleans, and Frank Coleman, engineer of the Dock Board, ! who are going abroad to make a study of the Manchester Ship Canal. The Oropesa, of the Royal Mail , Steam Packet Company, will sail for i Hamburg. Among the passengers are Lieutenant Colonel IT. A. Clifton, U. S. A.; Mrs. C. A, Bruns and Mrs. ? M. G. Little, of Philadelphia; Miss J. | W. Littleton. Mr. and Mrs. David Horn-i fray and Mrs. E. J. Davidson. Among these who have booked pas? sage on the Nieuw Amsterdam, of the Holland America Line, sailing for Rot? terdam, are the Honorable Cato Aall, Norwegian Consul at Tokio; A. H. Beaton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Chap in, Miss Louise Chapin, George A. Ford, Miss Gene Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Howell, Miss Alice W. Howell, Gilbert Howell, Alexander Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Pitman. Mrs. Artmus Plumer, John Wr. R. Plumer, Roosevelt Plumer, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Rois. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stewart and A. H. Waterman. The S ?Law Door The Spanish operetta, "The Wild Cat," bv Miinue! P.-ne'ia. will bo presented to? night at the Coil Theater. "Tho Straw" will end lis engagement at the Gyoenwtch Village Theater to-night, but will be pres-ntori at special matinee? at the Galet) Theater next month. To-night at the Town Hall the Swedish Hlograph Company will present Mary .lohnson in a scren version of Selma Lageriof's "Sir Ami's Treasure." Frank Reicher, appearing in "Ambush" at the GarrieH Then'er, will continue in his present role in that play when it is removed to the Belmont Theater Monday evening. Krnest Cossavt will take the role in "Tho Wife With a Smile" for which Mr. Retener was scheduled on the new bill of the Theater Guild. Frances White is preparing a new act in which she will make her appearance in Shubert vaudeville. Richard O. Herndon is to revive the Theatre Parisian for matinee perform? ances in the French language, at the Bel? mont Theater early in the new year. "Danger," a society drama by Cosmo Hamilton, with H. 13. Warner ??a the star, .will be produced by Carle Carlton at the Thirty-ninth Street Theater December 6. "Under ?he Bamboo Tree" is the title of a new musical comedy in which the Shu berts will present Hort William?, by lu rangement with A. IT. Woods The botjfc and lyrics are by Walker de l.oon and the - music is by Will II. Vodarv. rhe cut finger heals EVERY day the millions of cells that make your body?that are you?are dying and new ones are being born. Are you replacing your flesh and blood with the best that good food will give you? The years you can add to your life may not seem much to you now, but at the end they'll count. Choose your foods wisely for quality and quantity. 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Mr. Roaing's chief as? set is bis ability as an interpreter of I songs by his countrymen. Those on 'last night's program included songa of j oppression and suffering, of love, and cf humor and si'tire. In those both his sincerity and his ability to establish contrasting moods wore, praiseworthy. But even as an interpreter, Mr Roa? ing's performance more nearly ap? proached the gentle nrt that flourish >? in >alons than the riper attainments of | concert stage, and at no time did lie i soar above mediocrity. In tho afternoon at the same hall Miss Eva Gauthier and the Chamber ; Music Art .Society gave an interesting concert of chamber music bv Mozart, Holst. Quiller, Schubert, Hugo Wolf, ?engen and other composers. A fea? ture of the concert Wai the perform? i anco of Henry Eiehheiin's "Oriental Im ; pressions," a series of Japanese. Chi nesci Corean and Siam?s;? themes gathered by him during travel in the East, and conducted by the composer. These formed but one incident of an unusually interesting program which i was delightfully played by the society. I In spite of an apology for a bad cold addressed to the audience from the j stage Miss Gauthier's voice was liku velvet throughout the program, and she sang with surpassing art. Woods Obtains Court Order Seeks to Prevent Closing Thea? ter Showing "Demi-Virgin" Al II. Wood, producer of "The Demi Virgin," the play that has been under official invesTtgation, obtained an order in the Supreme Court yesterday di? recting License Commissioner .lohn F. Gilchrist to show cause Monday why ! he should not be restrained from re ; voking the license of the Eltinge The? ater, where the play is being presented. Chief Magistrate McAdoo already has given his opinion that "The Demi Virgin" is "flagrantly immoral" and the case has been passed to tho Court of Special Sessions. Mr. Woods says that if he is compelled to close he will suffer a loss of more than $.10,000. He wants the Supreme Court to de j Cide whether the Commissioner of Licenses hag the power to revoke j theater license because he believes play is immoral. I . Cultivated Pearls and Real ! Ones Held of Equal Value French Sciential? Declare Only Difference Is Larger Core in Japanese Product PARIS, Nov. 25.? Pearls are penrlfl, whether produced by the .fupanese method of artificially stimulating their production in oysters or formad lu the usual manner, bo far uh French science can determine. M. Boutan, in a report to the Academy of Science, shows that the procesa of fortriat?cri la the name I in both cases, and the only difference is In the larger core of tho "Japanese" pearl. Among jewelers there has been .some difference of opinion, but the. majority seemed to agree that only by holding pearls to the light and judging the Bise of the core could they distinguish between "real" and cultivated. pearls. In tho "Japa??se" method some small object is placed in tho oyster which promptly protects itself by depositing i about the intruder the pearl substanco, ? exactly as ?t does when such an object I gota, into the shell accidentally. Thor? ? was no explanation as to why "real" pearls are found only about small cores. I The reason for the largor core in tho j cultivated stone is the need to hasten ? the process so it will be. prolitable. : Francis Mae.millen Heard in Second Recital at Town Hall Francis Macmillen, an Amorican vio? linist who has won deserved repute, was heard for the second timo this season last night at the Town Hall. Mr. Macmillen's playing is marked by in? telligence and refinement. He is al I most too zealous in outlining the com j poser's thought down to the last de? tail, for in pursuing this end hu is apt to be neglectful of sensuous beauty of tone, but his playing is spirited and his technique fluent. In Bach's Cha conne last night his exposition of the inner voices in some of the variations was a trifle labored, but there was not a little eloquence in both that and tho Saint-Saens B minor Concerto, which preceded it. There was an audience of excellent size, which followed his work with interest. Djemal Pacha Assassinated CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 25. ? An i unconfirmed report, has reached here that Djemal Pasha, former Minister of Marine, who ordered the massacres in Syria during the war when he was commander of the Turkish forces there, has been assassinated at Kabul, capi? tal of Afghanistan. -?-, "Alias Jimmy Valentine" and "Salomy Jane" To Be Revived New productions of "Alias Jimmy Valentino" and "Salomy Jane," Paul Armstrong's bigge.it successes, are to ! be made by George C. Tyler, who orig? inally presented them twelve and four? teen years ago. "Alias Jimmy Valen? tine" is now in rehearsal and will be given its first performance at the Gaiety Theater, Thursday night, Do Camber 8, with a cast headed by Otto Kruger, Emmet Corrigan and M?rgalo Clillmore. Hugh Fora wi'h.ntitge thl new production, as h? did the Original one. "t?alomy Jan?" will bo presented later, with Miss Gillmorc in the title role. "Aliga Jimmy Valentine." based on 0. Henry's "A Retrieved Reformation," wiiH originally produced bore in 1000 und proved one of the suooesses of the year. It was later produced in London, where it ran for a year with Gerald Du Maurler in the leading role, which II. R, Warner created here, "Saiomy Jane," presented in 1007, was one of the most popular uharacter por? trayals made by Eleanor Robson (now Mrs. Augur t Belmont) during bar sstge career. Pelightful Dickens! Master of the story-tell? ing art! And here at last all the charm or bis quaint characters and intriguing plots baa been transferred to theacroen with remark? able fidelity and admirable sincerity. Se? Charles Dickens "OUR MUTUAL FRIEND" at the Lyric Theatre, beginning Monday eve? ning, and feel the thrill of seeing a classic perfectly pictured. What a treat for the whole family ?for father, moth? er, brother, sister! W?S?iffi?M Acollau Hall, THIS AFTERNOON nt ?:30 GABRILOWITSCH -Plano Recital'-. M?t. lx)udon Charlton. (Mason & Uam lin Plann.) Acolimi Hall, Mo?. 10vg? .Nov. W, at 8:15 ?HUTCHES0N In Piano Recital, Mgt. I.oudon Charlton. (?teinway Piano.) W?et 43?! Stvei't Sutiudny, N'?v. 26 8:15 P. M. The Swedish Biograph Company I'roients "Sir Arne's Treasure" From the Novel by Selma Uagerlof Also Swedish Scenics. a Comody and Ani? mal lAta Pictures. Tickets on Salo at Box Office. 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