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Garden Aims to
Quit Opera for
I ilm Stardom
Super-Role Waits* Director
of CJiicago Company, Who
\X i 11 Kc?i?rn if Successor
Meeta With lh-r Approval
$250,000 Concert Offer
Future of Organization Now
\ p lo \cn Guarantors,
Her Secretary Dcclares
>
?
d ectoi of the Chicago Opera Com?
pany a1 the end of l season, but
?hc *a ? o utuf." atisfactory
?
? - w?t seen
tary, Howard E. Pottcr, to al! inquiries
conceri ng her plans made yesterday
i '? >assador. Misa Garden
?? "I c
.1 ? nglt ? ? ?:? \~ot: i '7... " . . uld not
bi eei
H. ? the waj it -. ss d M r. Pot
'tcr. "Miss Garden think: t ia better
for 1 thc l and
hr- on ? ? ' ? gain, bul sl e has
;' '
for hc: ti rci ain of course he will do
bo. The thing not rcall decided
?t al She i to 1 ave a conference in
I -;.;- March 12, and thei it prob
? ? ?
Has $2.">0,000 Concert Offer
?I Gardci -. that wh ier
1 '' ? thi companj and she
n tld not d ? ?' v ile thej eed
then a r i o t h e i
tion. Ther 's that
$2 ? ? "'"pr from W igner ? i go on
? stage, a id b? sides that she
a i ? ct with a movir.g picl ure
i pa. g . be
i rect r ol ! ? com
? I ?
?'*' vity. Tl ? I can't tel! you
v ? r the creation of a
I ? :, Iwi bd :.
as m :< i bei :i ah e to
< reate on thi operatic stag ouia
hi an ed cal u I film of a ver* I igh
? i i ? nt from "T!
i ? ? tatement fi
ca;.-" tl ? ncial affairs of the
y were i a bad wa;
1 ? ? ? heli Pntte aid
wr-re $1 28,000 more
t year than 1 ,? 1 ad ever bc n be
"Of con . ? ? :it," hc
? v there would
al ? the McCormicks, who
pay whi tever
d ' there wa? Thi .- ha' e paid
wi lingly and withoui ci plaint If
i
anyl y elsi
< hicago Must Kaise $500,009
'Afti i next ?. i ar, i. ?-? e\ cr, thi c< rc
: '? ' ' ta I oi wn feet . id
thi Ciyic 0; ? ? pan\ new is en
ed : .:> I.ipa ;;?: to r. . ?:? $50 >,000
? ;i ? ? or the >ea on of
only M iss ('ai di n
with the company, bul tl
of the < itself d' .:? ?;.;
raisiiig that . If we ,,,,..'? ,:, | it,
M ' arde . go . ' , v, > y
? > Hi ??? ?' r. there is little
? igo i too proud
. company to let it die. A nd
' ?' g to make i awful howl
Garden n igns, too "
Thc d ' cil foi last yeai n the Chi
'" ?' '''" ' i A ioci it u is aid t havi
Tl e McCormick fam
n; ::i ;:?: . igreed to I nanc tho ventui
'"' ' ' ' - 'i ' ey I ave speni $3,000,
: " ? ? ? leficits in the tive
- ' ' rai ty will , om to ai
' eat and will not bc renewed,
f^r the ni ? are to bi
Iii litcd to 81,000 pi r millioi . r<
' ':>'-' ' ? h 121. Executive o I -
c ' "'' the i hicago Opera Association
ht i
' ~: Garden, general
Lhe East.
ago not to worry over
v ? do,
; ' ? ' ? n doing the worr* .
?: " is going to do.
"-**0 contract am om cai bc
signed until Mr. Samuel In ull ??<?'? I hc
:
"i,: ' him? 'J here
i . one."
Tho Song Recital Programs
Miss I.ouise Vermont and iMme.
Florenco \ppear Here
Of minoi . , ,.? KOng
r'ilVl -1 givei yesterday afternoon at
Town Hall by Miss Louise Vermont
contralto, and at Aeolian lh.ll by Mme.
! lorence, mezzo ? : oprano. Miss
" ? rmont was modei tti j ucccssful ir'
hi :? perfoi mance i f iong; b\ Scl ul ? rt
'::!,i Brahi is, but the ability !o in
terprel Schumann's "Frauenliebe und
is beyond the power of a young
? li only ,i f*ir amount of
' ? ?? ab ed b' inoi
-
Mme P'lorcnci was n . ?? fort ui ate in
>'",--<:*" oice ol onorit* and
' ? ' ? ' ' ?>??- ? '?'? did not
' ' ovi rdran i ? her : ngin -
' it that Lhe mi >.h\;fo ot'
1 i'i- skill failed to < - cei d th< average
- in ! 'i- performance
:i' '? ' - "Pur dici st :.'? a 'Vr test
'' n singer' ability. By a curious dis
P aJ ' lastc. Schumann's impass oned
' '"r < ' N'icht" wi a placed between
.? ' *' ? " and "Giun' ,' mo
rr."; '' " 'r-:v. "Nozze di F garo."
Yhv Stage Door
' ?'" ' "Gui
bour ?? ' play of the 1
'?'"''' it tl Tl rty-i
''- ning Tba
' ' ' ' - ? ' ' ??: '?-.;::
matifi maiinoc on ?ai
....
? K ? present Your
( a '< ,- b ? ? ?- l< .... .. ,he
ij ni^hi ii
Rfgin
Hri. imi .,i i<?r .' ,,. . . ,;,
?? ':? ? hristlo and othora are i th? ?
"The World'a Chair.
or bi th feature ^; 11,e !;.
i ' ? ' "I^ovea i. . .
' ,'?'.??, n thi
'a<i;:ii- n li n be ho hlet attraction
.. the Rii
n r " ? ted th - . ?
l .? f reni laat
r I Vpo." which i hi
'j - n v. , ? . ? ? off ei f o I he! r
!h I ol th
Broi ? 'i J :r.( ni hi s, \ ?. : >eia matei n
rroducl ? opena at i
- ' ' ? Ea? ton i- Monday r,!pnt.
be sren aii in AUi nto \ n and VV'li
tuingtoti ii' tor<? comlng 'u .N'ew 1'ork
" "" Synice'a 'The Shadow
?*' 'I*" '?'?' bi cf the feature*'
nf th' benefil pirformai of the Cathollc
' '" ' ibnrl rhi ater oi
*"??'??'?? Elle? i Muban and Thomas
? i ' will aac.st Mr, Ultnn.
in which Vivlan ': .i?-.'.-.
?' aro appi b i ing at the
. ora ria .? ? brat its 35Ctl
uerformanci th
?
? '? y '? ? ,.- .'? . ;? thi .-?'? iberi
IH? Hotel -M<nif..- the ...uaica! oom ,
?ciy )n which Franees White anfl Tavlor I
jj'.'.ir.ta ar? to bt iec co-stara. I
The New Play
Hy Percy Hammond
"Thr Rubicoi.V* Fleshly
Candors Baffle tho Dis
creel Correspoiulent
T'lK CA8T
' Oari ut- Olandelle. Violi ? i!.ng
? Glandelle . Warburton Os ble
Fi in ola Maurel. Kenneth HUI
? Martnii ? R?vi n.I,!a May Oltvor
' ? ~ Wal ter M, Ewen
Yvonne Safnclalr. . . . in.rotli\ Tlcrne>
? -? Salnolalr Edwln StrawbrUtgn
?--? Managei i;.Ke Vlvlnn
??'?? nl EUs ,Hh N<,nh
: M?deleln. Derval.lUnh Tanm
' :- ?'? Ilei m ... n>rnen
v ' ?'? ?' Wnltrr McEwen
'?< A ri h';'-''.' .'a'".'.
rhey went ??? fa rss they darcd last
night at the Hudson to discomfit and
abash Mr. W. A. Brady and his com
thc turrent defense of
r le theater as nn institution of secmli
ness and docorum, The play in which
deavor wa made vus nn enter
?: little camalia named "T'ne
I Rubicon," an aromatic idyll from Paria
that discussed in terms nimo.-t nninc
ome of the less familiar of the
[whimsies and capriccs of the fleshly
life. So outspoken were the intimacies
jof the evening, that here and there
among the audience rosy checks were 1
: to be seen, among them bein.cr those of
the producer of "Gertie's Garter" and
"Tho Demi-Virgin." To impart the
details of lhe comedy with the delicacy
essential to such things in a home
papei requirep n subtler skill in syn
onyms than this correspondent pos
sesses. He forgoes, therefor, anything
tl ? waj of a report s.-ive a whispered
and warning outline.
* * *
Miss \'iolet ileming as Mmc. Glen
di Ile has been married for- five tnonths
to Mr. Warburton Gamble as M. Glen
deiie and has lived with him, us Miss
rargaret Anglin used to say in "Bil
leted," under tiie same roof, but not. :
undei the same ceiling. Her hus
unavailing importunities have
ied hiin gloomy, and her parents j
"tressed by her glacial indift'er-'
'' :' to the tasks oi' matrimony. A I
?;? suitor appears in tho person of
Mr. Kenneth Hill as Frangois Maurel
and kisses her. Reseechi:i;c a rendez
he is promised it. but he declines
learning that the lady is married!
in nam eonly. To equip horsoif for an I
tffair with M. Maurel she grows tipsy j
upon champagne, hearkens lo he,- lms.
band's call and ? ?
Bul though Miss Ileming and the
others r.arratc the rubicurd details o!' ,
j "The Rubicon" without embarassment i
it is too precarious an assignment for '
Lhis roporter ta nudertake, He will
! contcnt himself with saying that he
felt sorry for her and for the other I
i ice women who were associated with
? hi ? in th< predicament. They were
so courageous and not a bit brazen.
The play is an adaptation by Henry
Haron. tlie producer From the 1 renth !
of Eduoard Bourdct. As a clinic it has ;
its surprising moments, but as nn en
ti rtain.mei.it it ia a bit too startling for
com i ?'. Certainly it is not a pro
I pitious enterprise at a time when m
cen ;orship rs imminent.
Roally Dealers Dcmaml
Defeat of Rnighl Bill
Appear Before Senate Board to
Onpose Bank? Investin^ in ?
Fc<Ieral Farm Loan'e Bonds
i eun a Special < 'orre ipo> t!c !
ALBANT, Feb. 21.- Charging that
t'ne onactment of the Knight bill per-- -
mitting trust companies and savings
; banks to invest; in Federal Parm Loan
bonds would anvp money out o r ?
| mortgage market, representatives of I
rea! csri=te interest- appeared before I
the Senate Banks Commil ee to-da;
anci demanded that the measure be de- l
feoted. The b II is being pushed to
the utmost by tho farm bloc in the!
Legislatui e.
Edward P. l)o\ir. representing tbe!
KeW York Real Estate Boa.-d. told the
j committee that the enactment of tl-.e
Kiiipht measure handieaps tiie solution
of the housing situation.
"There is only one reniedy," ho .said.
'for ending the existing emergency]
and that is more houses, and you can?
not build houses without money. If
\ou permit this bill to become law you
are paving the v.-ay for the diversion
i of hugc suras of money which now go
into mortgages and other building Se
curities into Federal Farm Loan bonds.
which are more attractive investments
because they are tax exempt."
George Thompson, representing the
Federal Land Bank, of Springfield,
Mass., in speaking for tne bill, ad
vanced tho belief that Mr. Doyle -.-..???
overdrawing the picture.
New (Jermaii Liner Reported
Barrexl From French Port
BUENOS AYRES, Feb. L'I. It was
; learned here to-day that the French
- government rcfuseii the new German
liner Cap Polonio entrance to the port
of Boulogne on February 17. The
i steamer was on her maiden trip from
I Hamburg to thi3 port at. the time'.
Philharmouie Presents
Oriental Tone Pielures
"The Ta.'e of Tsar Sultsm,' n suite
by Rimsky-Korsakoff, was an interest- j
ing and enjoyable feature of Mr.
Bodanzky's program at the fourth
armonic concert last night at the '
Metropolitan Opcrr. House. The suite
consists of three "musical pictures" j
from the opera based on Pushkin's
pot-m, a Cinderella storj with an ?
Arabian Xights sequel. In the first
nicturc, the Tsar rides orT to war with
a march reminiscent of the "Coq
D'Or," fading away in Turkish patrol
style, while the second is the lament :
of his wife-, east away in a barrc! '
loating on the ocean. which shc sur
vives. The third picture portrays the
wonders found by her son. and in
evitably f iggests "Scheherazade," with
the characteristic themes and orna
mentation, but a fresher, less familiar
atmosphere. The- performance was ex?
cellent, highly eolored in accordanee i
with the imaginative, quasi-Oricnta! i
music.
Brahms E Minor Symphony, No. A,
the first number, was taken at a
Icisui-rly nacc in a performance that
was carefu! and pober, but not with- I
out eolorirrg and cxpres.sion; Mr.
Bodanzky offectivcly reserved his ;
climaxes for the ",d of each move
ment. He dropped rcstraint in a
dramatic, sonorous rendering of Gold
mark's "Sakuntala" overture, and in ;
each number won ?wa.rjn applause irora I
a good sized audience. /
On lhe Seivrn
By Karriette Underhill
When anyone asks you how you like
"lhe Love* of Pharaob." which opened
i nt the Criterion last night, you will
; probably answer, "It has more than
; ion.000 neople in it nnd the battlo
scenes ave the best I ever naw." That
describes the way we felt about i(, for
it is a picture thnt. apponls solely to
thi eye nnd never to the heart, lil
spite of tho charni which bclougs to
the land of the N'ile and the peoplc
who dwell in the shadow of the pyra
mids, the story lacks sentiment. Ai m>
time do tho loves of Pharaoh interest
you very much, for il is imposaible to
work yoursclf into a frenzy over the
amours of a man who has his head
shaved like a billiard ball. '1 hc pro?
gram says that kings and nobles al that
?time shaved their hcads every two
days. But if that is true wc never
should have lifted our eyes above a
commoner.
No wondcr Theonis, tlie beautiful
slavc, fell in love with Ramphis with
his bobbed hair and spurned Pharaoh
of the shiny head. it is still the fash
. ion out Hollywood way to cut the hair
: on that order, but they do leave a sort
| of toupee pffect on the top of the head.
Ernst Lubitnch made this picturo,
and he has put in it everything that
his previous pictures have been famed
for excepting Pola Nogri. And this
element we mis.^od sadly, Emil Jan
nings gives a magnificont performance
as Pharaoh and Paul Wegcncr is equal
ly good .i- Samlak, the mad, mad King
of tlie Ethiopians, His coitfure is cal
culated to make him the envy of every
Egyptian noble. Lyda Samanova, ns
Makeda, his dauchter, is full o'' charni.
Shc is no: a beauty like Pola N'egii,
but she iv a mighty fine actress, How
Pharaoh could turn from her to the
cow-eyed Theonis is moro than we
could undcrstand. Probably in those
days kings liked their wives with more
flesh than tempcrament, hut Makeda
had every reason to question his tastc
when hc so summarily gave her the air.
D.igny Servaes i^ this Theonis who
is beloved by King Pharaoh to such an
extent that he gocs mad with thinking
of her. The old gentleman certainly
took thing scriously, and all th.- time
she was vowing her love for Ranifis,
the youth who had bcen sent into exile
for love of her and had :,i spend his
days making little stones out of big
;,v.o<. flenry I icdtkc, w ho has ap
peai ed as I hc hei o in ot her Gcr nan
pictures, gives ?.. stirring performance
of this character.
Vi'hen the story opens Pharaoh has
just. reeeived a message i'rom Samlak
offcring his fuzzy-haired daughter to
the King of Egypt for his wife. With
great pomp ii-i??. arrivc, but nn the way
their slave rri"'. Theonis, is stolen from
them. Ramfis, the son of the King's
architect, ha. stujon her. and when
Pharaoh sees her- h. quite forgets
Makeda and her dark charms. Ile wants
I hi slavc girl for h ;-i ow n, so he
ordcrs Ramlis to the quarrics, Then
Samlak declares war and he brings i
down liis Ethiopian army to take the
K;:\ i ' ians and their king. In direct
ii g such scenes as these Lubitsch is
second to none. He knows how to get
individual action in 10O.tioo extras as
weil as he knows how to manage a
dozen of thi in. ii" told n -- that just
before his battle scenes he had in
formed the Ethiopian army that he was
paying the Egyptian army more for a
day's work than he was the Ethiopians.
"It m*de them mad," he added, "and
they felt like lighting." They certainh
did.
The ^eones in the desert where the
Ethiopians swam over the sands and
put the Egyptjans to flight are riiag
nificent. h those days kings rodo
to battle on machine guns, but they
were called chariots. That is how
Pharoah met his Watcrloo. Ho
bounced off when no one noticcd nnd
they drove on without him. It waa
perfectly all right, however, foi it
gave Theonis a chance tn marry
Ramphis of ' the bobbed hair. Hc
should have stipulated that hc would
acccpt n. seat on the thronc, bul
he would not shavo his head.
n\h,:rr r.\ ihe Cast who give splei did
performances ure Albert Basserman as
the architect. Paul Bienfeldt :.s Menon,
rhe king's coujiscllor, and Friedricil
Kuehne, the high pricst.
The titles are excellent. They are I
done by Randolf Bartlett and julien
Johnston. The art titles are also
worthy of note. They are the work of
Prizma and lloey Lawlor. I
French Wiiie-(?ro>vers
Hit by U. S. Probibitioir
Convention Will Discuss Proba
bility of a Libcral Amend
ment to the La>s
PARIS. Jan. 29 ( By Mail i. A nation- j
al -.-eek for wine is the title which has |
been given to a convention ot repre?
sentatives of wine-growcrs and salcs
agents that will sit in Paris under the
presidency of former Minister of Agri?
culture J. ti. Ricard from March 13
to 19.
The c '.- : ,-. of the L'nited States mar
; kets has caused a tremendous injury to
the wine trade in France. The fact
.that the Scandinavian state- have also
: gone dry or on rations of intoxicants
and South American vineyards are
. caily beco.ming larger and more pro
ductive thus restricting imports to the
? lowest ebb in years has awakened the
French wine-growers to their danger.
Wine tocks have accumulated al
though vheie has been no decreasc in
tne price of wine to the t rai oi coi
sumcr.
One of the nio -? inr portanl ai; cles
on the agenda ol the convention is Lhe
Jollowing: "Investigatc and rcporl on
inc sale 0f wino in the United Sti
how public opinion in the United State-.
is disposed toward the present dry re
'v" ' : 1S there any reason to suppose
that some modification will be adopted
allowmg wine., f, enter. VVhat are the
irauds in existence by which the pres
ent law is being evaded."
Another articlc reads: "Establi
eloser relations between American wine
buyers and French wine sellinp agents
ni order to insure the authenticity of
French wine and avoid falsiflcaUon.
Collaborate m attempt to revert to
former international agreemnts and in- '
terna! legislation in the United States" |
Swedisli Minister (\sks
$21,000,000 to Aid Idlc
STOCKHOLM, Jan. 25 (By Mail). -
i ue bwedish Minister nt Social <YiTairs
wants a special appropriation from the
Klksdag of more than $21,000,000 to
be spent this year to provide work for
the joblcss. If granted tiie greatost
Part of this sum will be spent in mad
building. About $4,000,000 probably
will be used lor governiuent orders to
be placcd with national industries
now suffering most sevcrely from the
fteneral depression.
_ The total budgel cxpenses, accord
rng to present governmental calcula
:'n" v '" amount to 1,034,631 oST
kroner, more than ^ ::2i ,000,0(m The?e
include 515.000 kroner, or about
?129,000, to defray Swedcn's share of
the expente, ?f tho League of Nation*'!
administration.
Russian Nurse's Monlhlj Pay
Wnuldn'l Buy Cake of Soap j
LOXDON, Jan 30 (By Mai!,. The I
monthly salary of a nurse in the mu
nicipal hospital in Moscow is less than'
the cost of a eake of soap in that j
city. This striking examplc 0f the '
dispropcrtion between wagt-s and the
cost of Hvjng in the Russian capital
is disclosed m a report just made by I
a special commission sent to Ruasia
by the Health CodaiiUee of the League
Mob Scene Costs Mary Nothing
In Her Million-Dollar Thriller
3,000 Persons Jam Federal lifiildiii";., Clainor
ing to See rilin Actrcss and "Doll$?f, at Trial of
Suit for Part of Star's $ 1.0,000-a-Werk Conlraet
i nited States pro ?? eutors w ho found
thc scrvices of a stenographcr neces?
sary ycstordoy afternoon pnsscd bcv
cral irate :md fruitless hours pu hing
thc buttona which usually bring a
Bhorthiind artist on the run. One 01
two prosccutors succoeded in having
diotation taken after a fcrocious trip
j to thc stenographer's room to investi
gato the unprcccdented delay, but even
these fortunate oncs left the building
al r> o'ciock disgruntled, They reported
completi failure to hold their secre
tarics' attention and told of n fnraway
look in the girls' eyes, which. they
thought, was closely eonncctcd with
strange mistakes made in transcribing
notes.
The collapse of thc stcnographic
force was only a symptom of the gen?
eral confusion in the Federal Building
caused by the reappearance of Mary
' Pickford nnd Douglas Fairbanks in thr
?108,000 suit against the actress which
; is being tried before .ludgc Mack. Early
' rn thc afternoon thc sci'fien Btars
sought rcfugc :.i the stcnogrnphers'
room t'r <. *i 1 the crowd which had
gathered around tiic courtroom door*
for a glimpse of lhc couple, and the
honor of sheltcring such eclcbrities
was too much for the typewritcr ex?
perts. They tried to koop their minds
on their \ ork, but Mary's new hnir-do
r.nd thi? Rttrprising discovery thnt
'"Doug" is not a giant engrosscd them
in every !nl! in dictation.
The ttirong around the courtroom
Monday was small cornpared with that
which assembled yesterday, for on the
former occasion it was composcd a!
most entircly of those who had busi
ness in thc building. Yesterday mcn
and women had assembled from far
and near, for no other purpose, appar
ently, than to get a glimpso of Mary
and "Doug." At one time nearly 3,000
I persons jamnied the corridors and
ovcrflowcd into Broadway, where thc
Fairbanks automobile wns in waiting.
Tiwee marshals hnd to bc detailed to
break a path through the human bar
ricr to enable 'ho famoufi pair to make
I of Nations. The commission say tha
a cake of soap in Moscow 1 ost 8,500
rubles, while nurses in thc city hospi
tal were paid only 5,000 rubles a month
and thal they had to bc coutcnl with
very scanty food.
Thc poverty and miscry that pre
vailcd in Russia as noon in the hospi
tals which the commission visited
\ made a dcop imprcssion upon the mem?
bers. Nevertholess, the commission
I st.'ited. th?>re is a high state of effi
' ciency in the m 111 ici pa' hospital and
; the commission emphasized lhe !piril
I of sacrifce displaycd by those en
. t*-\i:t*?ci with ministering to the health
of the Russian people, especially of
! the children.
'Oralorio Society
Si ngs Splendidly
Vov lSvm Comluclor
Concert at Carnegie Hall Un?
der Stoessel Sho>vs New
Standard; ^ aried Program
Is I'leasurable Feature
'1 i;c Orat orio Si icii !
\"i
Vor
esult s
\lbcrt
to be congratulatcd upon the
achieved bj iti new conductor
^lO':?^ =r-l. who took charge of this or
ganization lasl spring. The n capella
concert. given at Carnegie Hall last
evening, plainly showed that new
standards had oeen set and maintained.
Such beauty of tone. r?freshing spon
taneity, dearness in enuncixtion am:
perfection in ensemblc seldom mar!.
ihe choral singing heard in this city.
Half-heartcdness or a lackadaisical
spirit is far ofti ner tin- rule. But the
authoritj and enthusiasm 0!' ihe young
conductor's bcat found i'- ccho in every
individua] member of th" chorus with
lhe result that thc concerl was an occa
sion oT rare enjoyment,
The ;[,:;?,' ;,,i(j characti ? of the per
formance were not the only pleasurable
features. Mr. Stoessel chose an 1111
usually interesting program. Straying
from ti ?? todgy and conventional num
bers with which choral programs are
too often heavily freighted, hc not. only
included Russian Church music repre
sentcd by Rachmaninoff's two superb
choruses, "O Come. Let 1 3 Wor?hip'
and "Laud Ve the Name." and Tsch
crepnin's less effectivc "Beatitudes,"
but gave a hearing to worka by Eng?
lish composcrs, ancienl and modern,
and to a negro folksong, "Music in the
Minc," by R. NTathaniel Dett. America
was further repesented by Philip
James's "Ballad of Tree-, and thc Mas?
ter," and his own sctting of Whitman's
"Beat! Heat Drums!" Balance was
leet to the rogram with choruses by
Palestrina, Vittria and Bach.
M r. St oessel ?? ent still fui ther to
enhance thc attraetivoness of the con?
cert. A soloist of thc first rank, Miss
Eva Gauthicv, has been engaged I 1
providc variety. Miss Gauthier may
always he counted upon for interot ting
songs. Those she Kan.t included Ravel's
arrangement of the Flebrcw Kaddish,
Stravinsky's Pastorale, De Falltfs
Seguidilla, Griffies' Sorrows of Mydaiji,
Handel's An- d'Admeto and other nur*
bers by English and French composei .
Among many delightful reatures 1 ,'
a concert. in which perfection ruled,
was thc stirring performance of tjie
chorus by Rachmaninoff.
List at Metropolitan
To Inelude "Lorclei*
w i t h
Catalani's fantastic and romantic
opera "Loreley" the lasl but one of
General Managcr Gatti Casazza's prom
ised "novclties and revivalts," never be
ron? sung in the Metropolitan Opera
House -will bc added to the repertoire
Saturday afternoon 01 next week. The
?ir.gcrs who will take part will be
Mnies. Muzio and Sundelius and Messrs.
Gigli, Danise and Mardones. Miss Ro
sina Galli and Mr. Bonfiglia will lead
the ballet. Mr. Moranzoni will con?
duct.
Other operas next wcci; will b
"Ernani" on Mondav evening
Misr Ponselle and Me-,,-. Martineiii,
Danise and Mardones; "Madama But
terfly" on Wednesday evening, with
Mme. Farrar and Messrs. Chamlce and
DeLuca; "Snegourotchka" on Thursda*
evening, with Mme,. Bori, D'Arlc De
launois and Messrs. Diaz, Laurenti,
Rothier and Bada; "Tosca" on Friday
afternoon with Mme. Jeritza and
Messrs. Chamlec and Scotti; "Zaza" on
Friday evening with Mme. Farrar and
Messrs. Martmelli and DeLuca
nriTf F'oh,'>mr" wil.1 ,hr' SU"S at'popular
prices Saturday night by Mmes. Bori
andIRosellejanjl Messrs. Harrold, Scotti
Rothier and Didur.
Pablo Casals. cclli ;. will Dln- I
nexl .-,unday nighfs "ooera concert"
Misa Martha Phillips and M&Tosal
Ponselle and Johum.es Semhach v |P
^Etra"1" ESJler Wil1 ^5?cbtBthheWor!
I thi ii waj to t !ie i ar, nnd i hey wore
? brpnthlr.su when linally t hny I ook I heir
1 -i.,.| ( in tbc t on nea u.
Judge Mik.-'k had the doo- of lhc,
room loeked and placcd n marshal on
: puard to e-eliide ull cxcopl i ho ic who
had busine: wil liin. The latl er foul d
thal an nxtraordiimry number of N'ew
JYorkcrs had urgonl an.l olTieial noed
of ndmlssion, and finalij became so
conipletoly a fkept i ? that when Louis
Mai Imll, the lawycr, asked to ln- al
:..-,>. cd i o pcak t -. t !i" judge he was
:i pi i H ol bc ng cjcctcd from t Im
buildii -
I n ide t he courl 1 he pi occcdinja: ? re
vcalod !itt;.- thal was md broughl out
on Monday. Mrs. Ci.ra Wilkcnning,
who is suiiig Miss Piekford for a sharc
.,, ,-, 56,000 a week salary increaae in
1910 which, ihc contends, -.vai obtained
through h'-r cfl'orts, wns airn i n lhe only
witncsH, and the only iniportanl addl
Lional evidence which she nff"red wns
n statement nf the terms nf the con
: ?. . : bctWe.cn Mi i Pickforrl and Adolph
'/.iikor. which Bhc insists sjic brought
into being.
According to this doctimonl. he ?anl,
the art rn -. wil tn br ;? ua i al ' ccd $1 0,
lion a week for 104 weeks for si. pic
turcs a year, and, in addition, -.'.aft tn
: rcceivc $40,000 fo: rcading manu criptft.
i: was further stipulatcd, the plainl iff
declared. that Mary should have her
own sludio, a maid for hersclf and h'-r
mot her and ,, pri'. aLc sl agc for wint cr
work.
Th.- lemninder nf Mrs. Wilkei ?
. test imony dealt with tv o oll'er: ol .
| prox mately $1,000,000 which, ' ? n
rn rted, shc had obtaii ed for Miss Pick
ford. One was from John R. Ercub i.
of the Mutual Filni Corporation, the
othei froin Benjamin 11. Humpton, who,
siie said, proposed tho organization of
a colony bearing Miss Pickford's namc,
The witness declared that. when faccd
with lhe possibility nf the tar loavinp;
his cniploy to accopl one of these offers
' M r. /ul.Dr thre.atened to drop ou! of
! the motion picture busine and thal
the contracl which hc linally gave Mii
PiciVoi d -.-. as due only to t he rviderx.
of her high standing, which had bcen
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