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SECOND SE ONDEDITIONOPOZ EDITION OF OZ HER HERTB HERETilE
TB WIZARD WHIZXES 1JIIIZZ S AGAIN AOAIlAT AGAINiT
AT iT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TUEATItEHouse THEATREHOOie
House Crowrtrd and t the he Scarf Scorlrow crowmtlt crowmtltTin anll the theTIn
Tin WoMinimn Captivate Their A AMetier Au Au41enlII
41enlII Metier M I I of Yore 1orNew New Sougt Ne Neilrli New I IWrll
ilrli New Joke and Old Favorites worlte To ToYes Too I IIS
Yes IS The Wizard of Oz after HUCCOS HUCCOSfully RUCCesSfully
fully working his wizardry out of Ne NeYork Nelv NelvYork
York rode into town lost night on onspring 0 0fprln
spring hailstorm hailstormHall Hall 0 Sprlngl Sprlestond and b bwitched be beItche <
witched Itche a II largo audience nudlenceat at the Majost MajostTheatre MnjoslloTheatre
Theatre He Is the second edition of Oz Ozaccompanied Ozaccompnnled
accompanied by the old favorites no nogirls neIY neIYgirls
girls new songs and andnow now pay pa attentlo attentloplease nttenUonplensewllh
please plensewllh with those never failing fin finmakers funmnker
makers the Tin Woodman and tho Scar Scarcrow ScarecrOlD
crow Messrs Montgomery and Stone Ca Caany Can Canany
any reasonable person ask for more moreThe moreThe
The Irish Wiard Is now played by CharUSwayne CharU CharlCtlSwayne
Swayne Instead of Bobby Gaylor 011110ra a di dielded do docldud
elded improvement while such charming clmrmlnyoung charmingyoung
young women as Anna Laughlin LaughUndalntier LaughUndalntierand dalntli dalntliand
and more petite than ever everLotta Lotta FOUR FOURBessie FaulltBe6l1le
Bessie Wynn Alleno Crater are still to th thfore the thefore
fore and aft The now songs Introduce Introducerun Introducedrun
run In Oils fashion The Tale of the Cai Caisowary CaslIowary
sowary Ulna Crater and chonis Dow Dowon Downon
on tho Brandywlne Lotta Faust an anOwen and andOwen
Owen Westford Weatford1 I Love You all the Time TimeBessie TImelIle
Bessie lIle Wynn The Tole of the Ited Shirt ShirtCharles ShIrtCharles
Charles Swayno It Is Enough to Make MakePerfect a aPerleet
Perfect Lady Mad Allone Crater Mar MarContrary MaryContTary
Contrary BeesieWynn Goodby Fedora FedoraFred FedoraFred
Fred Stone and chorus Under a Panama Panamaa PanamaAnna
Anna Laughlin and choruB I Never Loed Loeda
a Lady as I Loved You a dance call callAn called calledAnAternoon
An AnAternoon Afternoon Tea with Anna llIlo Laughll LaughllMontgomery LaughlinMontgomery
Montgomery and Stone and chorus John Johisung Johnny
Ill Take You a succossor to Sammy SammyRung
ny sung by Lotta Faust and chorus Th ThNightmare Tho ThoNightmare
Nightmare Montgomery andStone and Btone I IDixie Id IdLike
Like to Go Halves In That Iolltgomery Iolltgomeryand
and Stone and The Sweetest Olrl hi hiDixie
Dixie Anna Laughlin and chorus chorusThese choruefht8
These novel feature wont like wildfire wildfirethe wildfirethe
the Goodby Fedora and Id Like ti tiGo 10 10Go
Go Halves scoring heavily Indeed tlierwere tlier Ulerowere
were entirely too many encores Th ThScarecrow The TheScarecroID
Scarecrow of Fred Stone has become th thclassic the thec1ll8s1o
classic Impersonation of musical comedy comedyIt
It has been parodied copied otolen imi imiby Imitatedand
tatedand It 18 8tlll unique If mPIJIlOnated mPIJIlOnatedby
by its creator Montgomery Jont ompr with thi thiextra that thatextra
of hie hiela hiBIB
extra dry ry and imperturbable humor
la a a flno match for his partner in eccen eccentrieity eccenlricity
trieity
Really there la nothing like this pal palon pallon
on the stage Fifty years hence old me mewill men menwlU
will shake hands over the fact that the thewitnessed they theywltnessl
witnessed < i in their youth the famous Mont Montjomery lIlontiomery
jomery and Stone way bock at the bo boginning bet
ginning of the twentieth century centuryThe I IThe
t The cyclone still tl11 cycles ominously omlnouo y an anmooen and andogeM <
mooen ogeM the amiable cow Arthur Sohrode Sohrodeand Sohrodell
and the cowardly roaring lion Arthur Hill Hillcompensate nil niloompenEate
compensate one for the losa of the Spldeand Spider Spiderand
and Bears In The Babes in Toyland Julian JullaiMitchells JulianMltcheUs
Mitchells beautiful and poetlo stage plot ploturew pictures
If mUsoa Vlotoi VlotoiHerberts VlotorHerberts
urew are r captivating and we
Herberts characteristic music In tho pre previous previous
vious production there were plenty o oconsolations of ofconsolations
consolations in the lively and popular melo melocfdsdlr melodlMand
dlMand dance rhythrM of TietJens Sloan Sloanand
and the reIt of the mualcal syndfmte De Deelded1r
cfdsdlr elded1r th the second edition of The Wlzari Wlzariof W2ard W2ardof
of Oz Is a big Improvement on its first firstIt fi1 < lt ltNestllng
Nestllng now In tho wintry lap of spring springIt
It will wlllllurely mirely continue at the Majestic until untichilly untilchilly
chilly July JulyThe JulvThe
The gallery had much to say last night nightIt nhthtIt
It was a B mixed symphony of yells whistling whistlinghisses whistlinghiss
hisses hiss ellfor for the wily villain vlllalnand and cheew for foiFred forEred
Fred Stone It almost discounted the first flrslfppearanco firstp
oo of tba Scarecrow for from lt lthigh Its Itshigh
fppearanco p
high vintage ground tho entrance of the thecelebrated thecelebrated
celebrated person was discerned before boforf8uoh beforethe
the fC6tof thehoUe saw him There was wassuoh
8uoh an n outburst that proceedings we wepo were wereJOrarily
JOrarily Intorruptld Lottn Faust Fausttoo
too had to rep at Johnny Ill Tnko You
po often that she finally sang M Sammy Sammydid Sammynd
did then there were more chenru chenruAnn choollAnna
Ann Laughlin received an ovation am amMuiRTarria and andNIIg
NIIg MuiRTarria rarrie Barrie with her old foscl fosclproduction lasclpatlng
patlng slender legthey beat Pattis tone toneproduction
production off the planet Bewslo Wyn Wynwog Wynn WynnADg
wog with her oldtime fervor and Mont Montcorner Montaomery
corner and Stoco StoneoIt It always conies bacito back backto
to thernrhold th hold a new Russian sidewalk con conVttrsatlon conwrsatJ
Vttrsatlon wrsatJ nthat that would lfo ld settle the Japanese Japaneslilt I
lilt could be exported exp rtCd The Wizard still atllhlses stillhlHe5
hlses hlsesTHE hlHe5THE
THE NEW BROADWAY OPKN OPKNWllllamsbure OPf OPf1ll11amshur
Wllllamsbure Audience Greatly Plcasci IIra611I1Ith PlcasciWith
With It lu New Homo of Play PlayWillimsburgu Pia PiaWIIIImllburg
Willimsburgu now theatre the Broad Broadway Broadwy
way at Broadway and Myrtle avenue wa waopened walil walilopened
opened last evening with a success and i igo a ago
go go that made Manager Leo C Teller a ahappy ae aehappy
happy as they did the throng of Williams Williamsburgers Wllliamsburgeill
burgers who came out to gee f > ee and to be i ipart a apart
part of the occasion occasionThe occallonThe
The play was the delightful musicaextravaganza musical musicalextraa
extravaganza extraa anza Babes in Toyland frosh froshyea frClbyes
in the first flush o oIts of ofIts
yea afl all frcwh frti < h as though
Its exuberant career careerfrom from its seosonL seosonLtriumph Bel180nstriumph
triumph at the Majestic Theatre In Man Manhattan ¬ i ihattan
hattan And all Villlamsburg It seemed seemedhad I Ihad
had come to see It The theatre spacious spaciousbeyond spaciousbeyond
beyond any conception that the Eastern EasternDistrict I
District of Brooklyn had before had hadnot hadno
not no room enough for all who wanted to be bethere betherl1
there There wasnt a vacant seat and andthere andtlJerl1
there were people standing cheerfully In Inthe Inthe
the foyer foyerBorough foyerB
Borough B rrl1gh President Martin W Littleton Littletonwas LlttletonWlA
was called Call d to the Btagefrorn II tage from a proscenium prosceniumitVe profCenJumb
b x to pronounce tho formal opening of the thenew
new rlnyhou e and hl1 dedicated the the theatre
itVe atre Jin In the name of all that has ha been beellilplen beellilplendid splen splendid ¬
did In the history of art and in the name nameof nameof
of the borough to t the future life and de development development ¬
velopment of oflhe the citys C1tY love of art artIf artIt
If a wanderer from Manhattan may make makedeductions makededl1ctionA
deductions from surface In1 In Jicatlons cations the theWiniamsburg theWtnlamsburg
Winiamsburg clientele which Manager ManagerTeller ManagerTeller
Teller expects ex ts to entertain and please is isone Isone
one of good sight and fine tattc On the thebacks thebacks
backs of 0 food the orchestra orche trl chairs are no opera operaelates operagla
gla elates es in plot caf Cle es but packages of pralines pralineswhich pralineswhich
which may be obtained by depoBitlng a adime adlmo
dime and ane turning the knob to the right in inthe Inthe
the familiar slot maoh machine no fashion fashionThe fMhlonTh
The Th new theatre took much of the atten attention aUenHon ¬
Hon of the audience before the play began beganand beganand
and during tho intermissions From the thetapestried thetaP
tapestried taP StrIed 9poriDls panels of the large lobby to the thepainted thepainted
painted ceiling and the other bright decora decoraamfthere decoratlPM
tlPM of the auditorium all OYM turned i iatld
amfthere atld there was a buzz of pleasure In the con conversation canflrsatlon ¬
versation Red lights were brilliant over overth overth4
th th4 several exits exitsThe elllllTb
The Tb Babes were as irresistible in the theEaaternlDistrlct thoEuler
EaaternlDistrlct Euler District Broadway as they had been beenIn boonIn
In the upper Broadway of Manhattan and andthe andtb
the tb big stage Rave them ample range for fortheir fortheir
their capers and for their thelrllcenlo scenic spectacles spectaclesThe pectacleaJ
The march of the toy dolls captured the theOuyer thehoiJeeand
J hoiJeeand whell Nelle tolv Daly and CharltB CharltBGuyer
Ouyer Jill and Orumiv gave My Rag RagDoll RagDoll
Doll Girl the audience resolutely refused refusedto r fu ed edto
to let them quit the stage as long as as hand handNew handclapping
clapping could keep them In slght slghtSIIWI
New of Piny PIR and Pl PJalrli PJalrliTht rr rrThi
Thi Tht Is anniversary week ntTony at Tony Posters PostersTheatre Pl18torsTheatre
Theatre and Mr Pastor hna surrounded surroundedhimself surroundedhlmselt
himself with a notable array of headliners headllnersto headlinerstocelebrat
to tocelebrat celebrate it The house was filled yes yesterday c cterelay ¬
terday Today marks the closing of the theThirtyninth theThirtyninth
Thirtyninth year of Mr Pastors P ators manage management mana go gotnent ¬
ment in Now York city oltyJohn cityJohn
John T TSully Sullivan has gone into IntovaudolIIe IntovaudolIIeIInd vaudeville vaudevilleand
and next Monday will bd seen at Proctors Proctorstwentythird Proctorstwentythird
twentythird Street Theatre In n l sketch sketchby Ilk etch etchhy
by Sydney Grundy called Capt Huntlng Huntlngtonr Huntlngton
tonr ton a love story with wJth comedy and pathos pathosR
1 RII R its chief Ingredients tngJ dlents Mr Sullivan will willnet 11 11act
net the title rfllo lo Margaret Atherton Athertonwill Athertonwill
will assist IUSI t him himDorothy himDorothy
Dorothy Dorr has ha joined the Century CenturyPlayers CenturyPlayerll
Players She will share the leading roles roleswith r lcs lcswith
with Mis 1I8I Mill Millward Millwardund ward wardlund
lund und Heine lulled for Tom AUKUlre AUKUlreFriends lUa Qlre QlreFrlendll
Friends of J T Maguire known from fromCalifornia fromCalifornia
California to New York as Tom Maguire Maguireare
are forming a fund to alleviate hla physical physicalsuffering ph slcai slcai6utr
6utr suffering rlng and financial distress Ho Is Ismlttlng Is1I0W
1I0W hi the New York Canc r H pI141Ilub pI141Ilubmulttlng
mlttlng multtlng to an operation which It la hoped hopedthe ho hoNlve
Nlve his 1I1e Maudo Adame hll8 hMdea hMdeathe
the fund and KUw < fc Erldngor A MTPal MTPalI M Pal Pallert
lert lWth qry W Baagsand other managers managerse
e apfMAI nio trel18urer 18 Rbert Rberti
i Iha Thearo buid buidal
Jlpkerboker
al I m proway prowayJ
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DAfrROSJI nl N J1rfEni J1rfEnilakf1
Make lakf1 Public bU Correspondence C upndence Profferln ProfferlnHim Ionerlns
Him 1m 818OOO 1110 to Lead Lad Orchestra OrchestraPrrrsBDno ool etra etraPrs
PrrrsBDno Prs u o Pa March Marh 21 21W JValte JValteDamrotch tr trDalh
Damrotch Dalh mado mde public publc tonight the com comspondence correspodenc
spondence spodenc between George Gerge H Wllsor Wllsormanager Wlllon Wlllonmnager
manager mnager of the PitUburg Plttburg orchestra orhetra an anhimself and andhlml
himself hlml relating rlalng to the offer ofer made to Mi MiDamrosch l r rpatsob
Damrosch patsob to conduct the Plttsburg Pltsburg 61 61choBtra or orchetra
chetra chetraMr choBtra choBtraMr
Mr Wilson Wison offered oer Mr r Damrosch Damrsch 15 150 < X Xfor
for one year yer Mr Damrosoh Dlmroh refused rfusod t taccept to toacept
accept acept tho offer otor because bauo he could culd not offer offerto aor
to sign for less les than three thre years yers When WheJames WhenJame
James Jame I Buchanan president prsident of the PltU PltUburg Pitt
burg orchestra orhetr learned leare that Mr Damrooc Damroochad Damrolh Damrolhhad
had said sad that he had received rive a deflnlt deflnltoffer defnite defniteoler
offer oler with a salary sary Mr Buchanan sold the thehe that thathe
he had not and that Mr Damrosch Damrsch wa wausing 118 118uing
using uing the alleged offer oler for the purpose pu08e c csecuring of ofsecurng
securing securng better beter pay from his New York Yorkmnger Yor Yormanagers
managers mnger Mr Damrosch Damrsch refuted rfutd thl thlstatement tbls tblsstatement
statement by making mking public the thelettore thelettoreI letters lettersIt
It I seems seem from frm the correspondence thaManager that thatManager
Manager Wilson Wilon had been ben acting atng inde independently Independenty
pendently pendenty of the orchestra orletra committee committeeand oommltte
and the committee lias ha taken tken sides side on th thquestion the theeston
question eston The fight originally starte startebetween trted trtedbtween
between Victor Herbert and
btween Vicor Herber ManageWilson Manage ManagerWIlan
Wilson WIlan The row has b Interested Interoste every muiI muiIlover mu lo lolover
lover in Allegheny
Alegheny county countyMr countyM
Mr M Damrosch Damr0ch refused refued to be drawn int intthat Into Intothat
that part prt of ot the conflict confc and said std he hj mad madhis madehis
his correspondence corrcpndenco public publo merely to provthat prove provethat
that he had secured secued bpnafldo na fde offers olelll from frorPittsburg fromPitt
Pittsburg PittsburgFV Pitt burg burgFUN
FV FUN I IN FOUItTEEXTII FOURTEElTII STREET STREEA STREETA
A flood Gool Farcical Facoa Show Dalit Dolt by Charli CharliOrapewln Carlt
Grlpewln Orapewln on Slender Material MaterialBy Ilaterlal IlaterlalBy
By dramatizing dramatzg the characters chaaor mad madfamiliar me melamlla
familiar lamlla by the comic sections seion of the But Butday Bunday
day newspapers newspapor and the weekly wekly publics publicslions publca publcaton
lions ton George Gerge Totten Smith Smth and Charle CharleGrapewin Chrley ChrleyGrapewl
Grapewin Grapewl have produced a farce wit witmelodic wih wihmelolo
melodic melolo and terpaichorean terpichoren Incidentals Incidentalsin Incdontal
in which Mr Orapewln npeared rpared lost ever everIng evenIng
Ing at the Fourteenth Foureenth S t Theatre TheatreA Thetre ThetreA
A plot sufficient sufcient for t C purposes of th thentertainment the theenterainment
entertainment enterainment was proauced proGuce by showln showlnIn showing showingIn
In the course of the evening the reforma reformation rforma rformaton
tion ton of Mr Ir Grapewin Orpewln who played pllyed the till tillrole til
role r le in MMr Mr Plpps Awakening He wa waamusing WI WInlUlng
amusing nlUlng and capable cpable not only in the corned cornedscones comedy comedylenes
scones lenes but in the two incidents in which whlclthe whichthe
the course COU of the farce called for somethlni somethlnimore somethng somethngmore
more than tha funmaklng His remorsefu remorsefudrunkard reorsefl reorsefldrurard
drunkard drurard on the edge of delirium delrium was wa wel weldone wel
done riot overacted and ad effective effectiveMr eleetve eleetveMr
Mr Grapewin was assisted lstfd by MIsa Mls Anne AnneChance Ana I
Chance Chano Orpwln in I tho character ohter of hi h wife Nellii NelliiBeaumont Nele NeleBeaumont
Beaumont an octrees atl with several songi songiand
and dances dcsa a fine fne figure fgre of a girl song b bAl Iy IyA
Al W Maddox as a messenger meenger boy Louise LoutsiGalloway LouiseOalloway
A I
Galloway as a poor relative rlatve aud a double doubliscore doublescor
score scor of other players in various valoW r61es r61esAll r lee leeAl
All Al of them contributed contribut to the fun ii iigreater In Ingreater
greater or less les degree degret and It I may be b salr salrIn 8d 8din
In all al fairness falrnes that the result rult of the com companys compnys
panys efforts was wa an evenings entertain entertainment entertn entertnment
ment pnys superior oor to many that have been beeisuccessful beensuceCul
successful suceCul superor in more pretentious pretentous playhouses playhousesJohn playhou
John Kurkamp tho only singing con conductor conductor
ductor in America AmenC was wa introduced Introuced be between beteen
tween the acts to the huge delight delght of th thaudience tho thoaudience
audience teen The regular patrons ptron of th thFourteenth tbe tbeFourtnth
Fourteenth Fourtnth street stt will wi not miss ls Mr Grape Grapewins Grapewins
wins farcical farcicl show it is I a good one am amstrangers and andI
strangers atrangeJ to the theatre inlght zlght well wel go t tsee to tostO <
I see It It would woud be to their profit proft to do so soSCHILLER soSCIILLER
SCHILLER SCIILLER I IllVlXa PLACE PLACEIlcrr PLAOElerr
Ilcrr lerr Christian Crltanl Appears In a Prodnctlo Prodnctloof Iodneton Iodnetonor
of Don Dn Carlo CarloPatrons Carlo CarloPatrM
Patrons PatrM of the Irving Place Theatre ha halost had hadlat <
lost lat night for the first frlt time tme in two years yearschance year a achance
chance to see B Schillers Shierl classic clRic Don Carlos CarlosRudolf CarlosRudolC
Rudolf Christians Chrltlnn tho visting Itlng star str played playectho playedtho
tho title tle role roll There was wa hot a large audi audlence audienc
ence enc but those who braved the weathei weatheihung weatberhung
hung upon Herr Christians Chriatacs lips and eai eaithrough sat satthrough
through the long performance perora with ever everoutward ever >
outward sign Ign of keenenjoyment keenenjoymentDon kMnenjoyent kMnenjoyentDon
Don Carlos Oarll the son of Philip Phip II I of olSpn olSpnfals Spain Spainfalls
fals falls in love lov with wth Elitabeth Elilbet bis hll fatherY fatherYwife tathers tatherswife
wife The Queen Quell counsels oounl the te youth to togo togo
go toFlandeja to Fder buthU but his hardhearted hrharfather hrharfathertha father fatherthe
tha King tl him he II tooyoung to takel takelthe
the Duke of Alvas Alvaa place pl as a the viceregen viceregenof vloer ent entof
of His Hl Most Mot Catholic Ctholc Majesty MajestyWhispering Majety MajetyWhl
Whispering Whl tongues the intrigues Intrlg of th thDT the thejealou
jealou prlng Princtl DT > tonFues EboU tk i the Duks nk f Af < i iand
and other courtier > almost allOt drive dive the king kingcrazy kingcrazy
crazy with jealous rage He wants for a acourtier acour
courtier lor a 1 man whom he can trust tlt He Heselect HeIelec
select Ielec cour the Marquis Jlarq of Pona POIt because baupe that thatnobleman thatnohleman
nobleman whom ho scarcely trely remembered rememberedpeeing remerbere
peeing has never asked a favor Pota Potareceives P0a P0areeehe
receives unlimited confidence cnfidence and power powerbut powerhut
but all al that he uses U In defend defenct of his dear dearfriend dearfrend
friend frend Don Carlos and dies die to gave the young youngPrince youngPrince
Prince But in the end tho monarch traps trapsDon tra traDon
Don Carlo Car and the Queen QItn monar together and andthe andthe
the Grand Inquisitor InquvIor is I handy to say sy prayers prayersfor prayer
for those about to die dieJulius dieJllu8
Julius Hallors Hilers Phitin PhiD Bertha Brtha Roccos RoccosQueen Rocos RocosQueen
Jllu8
Queen and Rottmanns Rtmannf POKO POlO were wer a asloldl asloldlnllIIIded loudly loudlyipllHmlod
ipllHmlod as was tho star I In the title tlo rolo roloCamilla r lo lonma
nllIIIded Camilla nma Dalberg Dalbrg who played Princefs PrincefsEboli Prnl8 Prnl8Ebo
Ebo Eboli was WI warmly greeted because beauF the theirogramme Iheprogramme
irogramme warmy announced that although all hough she sheiod ahehad
had a bad bd cold she lhe was determined determned to do doaer doher
her aer part partThe
The par play lastedjinMl lartrd Inll half haI an hour ho r after aftericart aftermidnght
Te
but Schier I dear to the Oorn Oornhert
midnght hert icart and Herr Ier Chris tare 1111 is famous flmousln In Don Don7aro Do DoOaro8
Oaro8 7aro so they all alllat sat it out to the end endNDIVIDVALITY endINDIVIDUALITY
INDIVIDUALITY OVR STRENGTH STRENGTHind STRENGTHAd
Ad ind Illegal Combination Comblnatonl of Ibor or orCapital orCaplal1eakeo
Capital Caplal1eakeo Weaken 111 II Mr Ir Trneidkle Tuesle Say SayPresident 8a 8aPreident
President Preident Trueadole Truedale of the Delaware DelawareL Delawr
Lckawanna L ckawonna and We Wetom tern Itallrcad Itlrad adr adriressod ad addressed
dressed tho students of f the City Ciy College Collegeroslerclay Clege Clegeyoalerday
roslerclay on The development of the thendustrial tbeindustrial
industrial interests of the United States Statesluring Slatesduring
luring the lost lat half hal century centur He said saidhat sid sidthat
hat the secret sret of the great grat development developmentlad developmnt developmnthad
lad been ben the clement of individuality In Inhe Inthe
the he American Amorlca character characterThere charaoterThere
There are certain forms form of consollda consolldalon con Uda Udaton
ton lon said 81d President Psident Truesdalo Truesde which whic are arelot ae aenot
lot always alway lawful and that are ar liable to in inerfcre intllrere
tllrere erfcre with wih our future industrial Indulltrl develop development deelopment ¬
ment They may shackle that quality quiy of ofndividuallty ofidividualy
idividualy ndividuallty which has h done much for u un UI UIIn
In n the I past and will 1 hamper our efforts elor 8 to tojush topUlh
pUlh jush our pI industries Indltrie in foreign forign countries countriesPresident cuntries cuntriesPreident
President Preident Truesdale Truedole said sid that consolida consolidalons conslid
lons of labor would be likely lkely to have the thetame thesme
tons tame effect elot labr and that the efforts elors of labor labormlnns tbr tbrunbos
sme
mlnns to raise rai wages would ultimately ultimatelyncrease ulimtely ulimtelyIncre
Incre ncrease the cost cst of manufacturing mnuCaclung mnuCaclungmuch QO QOrcuch
much that America Americ will wi bo b less les able abe to toompete tocomjete
ompete In the markets makets of the world worldWhen warldWhen
comjete When a union undertakes fo decree decreehat der
hat only onl he who wears wear a I tmloji unt button buttonihall bulon bulonsal
sal ihall work or even to d dpcreethat its Is menjalo memo memoholll
holll only Ion made
shal wer
It deprives the Ibrer fbat cltil
Indlvlla1y Indlvlla1ywhich
which has enab1ed th nds ad t snd sndof
of hla feUow 10 ri8 lfe 81d rues ruesdalo
dalo alo Such ideas Ide i iiealthy unAmer n un unhealhy
healhy iealthy and posltlfely poe Ill nociaUslltf Iclst They Theyhould Theyshou1d
hould be b throttlMf throW before bfore they progress progressmch rgrs rgrsmuch
much mch further furtheriHURCH furtherCHUROH the2
iHURCH A Off n HOPS HOPS MONUMENT MONUMENTLnonvmons VO UllBNT UllBNTAnonmoU
AnonmoU Lnonvmons DoMr D r Honor 10001 Uie te Memory Memoryof Ilemory Ilemoryof
of nwop op IJttleJohn IJttleJohnBishop LtteJohn LtteJohnBshop
Bishop Bshop Burgea urg has h received reeived a large sum sumif 8umof
of if money from fro a man m who has b requested requestedhat reuetod reuetodIhat
hat Ids hil name He e withheld for the purpose purposeif purs
ot if erecting eretig a qhurch urb aa a a monument mnument to the thenejnory themcr
nejnory of thjb t lato lal Bishop Llttlejohn Lttejoh who whoiroslded wboprded
mcr iroslded ovjpr ov the Protestant Protestt Episcopal Episcopallioceaa
doea prded lioceaa of Cong ng Island bld for many my years yearshe yos I IThe
The he announcement ano emet of this tl generous geeroue gift giftraa gf I
wu raa made br b the Rev Dr F 0 H Wendel Wendelector Wendelretor
retor ector me of oft th Church Chuh of the Transfiguration Transfigurationi Trsfgatio
In i East Ne York YorkTho YorkThe
The EtNe monfy mn y will wU be b spent spt for a new bulld bulldig buld buldIngtor
Ingtor ig for thpRev t Rev Dr Wedel wendels church churh A AIto Aet
Ito at Kidgewood IU gewood and Railroad Ralrpa avenues avenuesa aenuesha
et ha a already aleady been bee bought bught and ad building buildingrill buldlng buldlngwl
rill begin next month monthBishop monthBishop
wl Bishop b Burgess Burgel said d hist lalt night that tht the thamount theamout
amout mount which had ha boon b Intrusted itruste to him himran himwas
was ran sufficiently 8umclenty large lage to t pay for a hand1 hand1ome hand handsme
ome edifice efe He refused refu to t py toll tl the donors donorsame donorsnae
sme nae ame saying that the strictest 8trctst secrecy secrecyi erey ereyI
I i this th8 respect respt snl had ha been eajoined eJoeJPh jjpon him himVll
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TBE T E SYMPflONIAllSTM SYMPflONIAllSTMIUOMK Ai AiJlOVt
IUOMK JlOVt SWEET HOME IIUE AS S IFB5 IFB5TEN JII
TEN 0V ttWHAlW IlIIW STRAUSS STRAUSSA S SA
A A New Variation rlaton on Hie Tlieme or Jol JolHoward John Johnlow
Howard low d P PlePp > TIC p pa and Mamn Mamnand Iammand
and the Baby nb Celebrated tlrbrated In a llui lluiConilomeratlon luse luseCODllonllraton
Conilomeratlon CODllonllraton or Orchestral Mual MualThat lltl lltlTat
That Tat sweetest wetOt and moat poetic of hump humpoug humooUs
oug spirits spirit the late Henry Cuyler Cyler Bunnconce Bunnc Bunneronce
once wrote a parody paroy the like lke of whi whidoes which whichdoC <
doC does not exist in the English Englsh tongue It wi wicalled WM WMclled
called clled Home omeSwetIomewlth SweetHome with variation variationand variato variatoand
and It was WI a reconstruction reoMtruction of the fomill fomillballad famiar famiarbal
ballad bal of John Howard Howar Payne Payn In the rnannc rnanncof
of Swinburne Harto Iarte Goldsmith Pop PopAustin PopeAU8tn
Austin AU8tn Dobson and Walt Whitman M MBunner Mr MrBunner
Bunner untimely untmely taken from the seen seento acenes acenesto
to which his muse mue lent a new beauty beuty nevi neviheard r rherd
heard herd the mualo mllo of Richard Rchard Strauss Strau ar areven and andeven
even if he had done so sohe he could not hai haiwritten have havewritten
written Home Sweet Homo as Rlchai RlchaiStrauss
Strauss Btraus has written wrtten It ItNo ItNolt
No Nolt it was WI reserved reored for the Munich masti mastito mlter mlterto
to do this thi himself In his hi Syinphonla Syrphonln Di Dimestloa
mestloa mete which was wa rovealod roealo at the fla flaStrauss fnl fnlStruss
Strauss Struss orchestral orchetrl concert concer In Carneg CarnegHall Cnrnelo CnrneloHaliallt
Hall Haliallt last night It I seems sems as if Mr 1111 Bunni Bunnialmost Bunneralot
almost alot foresaw forOaw the Strauea StraUe variation whe whehe w11en w11enhe
he penned pened his Imitation Imiation of Walt Whitma Whitmaprancing Iltman Iltmanprancing
prancing around on Paynes ideas Hei HeiIs Hero
1 Is a little tUe bit of It ItI
I Walt Wal I call ul to t you 1 am all 11 on dec decCome deckl decklCme
Come Cme and 10d loaf with wlb mel Let L me tote te you aroun arounby arund arundby
by your elbow elbw and aol show you ou things thingsYou bors borsYou
Homel HomelHome HomelHome You lUteo lteo to t ray opblclcldel opblclcldelHomel opblcledel opblcledelHomel
Home I celebrate celebrlo 1 elevate eevAI my m roc whlitl whlitlInspired blte blteI
I Inspired plrd by the bo thoughto bourb of home homedome homeCme
dome Cme Inl Take Tke a Jtunt frnt aet sea the jostle Joste ot 11 11crowd be becrwd
crowd crwd not n minding mlodor there U room rm enough eoouib for i iot al
ot you youThU youTbl
ThU Tbl la S ray exhibition exblbilooI It U the greatest rrtI show showearth abowoO abowoOerbtborc <
earth erbtborc there li no charge for admission admissionAll amIsion amIsionA
mania maniaEvery m01 All A you have to t pay py me Is S to t take tke take In my r rmania r
Every Ever line lne of that that would fairly farly apply t tlast to tolat
last lat nights excitement Even the rest rett c cthe of ofthe
the Walt Whitman Whitan variation variaton might mght be use useas usd
as a programme for the Strauss composl composltlon compsi compsiton
tlon ton for the composer cmpsr has mercilessly mercilly tol tolus told toldus
us that there 1s no programme for tin tinwork tlS tlSwork
work It I pictures B day In his family famiy lift liftand lifeand
and it Is I dedicated dedicatd to his hl wife and ad son sn Th Threst The Theret
rest ret Is a not silence slenoe not by any auy means bu buyou but butyou
you guess gue what It all al signifies slgnl e There is n nprize no nopri
prize pri for finding fding out out Dr Strauss Straue will 1 110 110oven not notoven
oven tell tel you If you have found foud out What Whabusiness Whatbusine
business busine Is it of yours Its Is all in theStrauss the tbeStraue
Strauss Straue family famiy and no gentleman gentea pub publishes pubIishea
lishes what goes on between btween him and ad hi hiwife hlB hlBwife
wife the baby being in 11 this case ca a Bid Bidissue sldo sldoIsue
issue Isue Everything Everthlllg is perfectly prfecty summei summeiup
up in the te concluding cnoludlng words wor of Mr Bunner BunnerI Bunnerspoem
poem poemI
I sing the soothing sotlnl Influences louoo s ol home homeYou bomeououor
You ououor young man ma thoughtlessly lboUibteI wanderingwl waoderorw t tcourier b bcoure
courier coure with wlb guide book wandering wanderingYawpl wadeli
You beuken t be melody of m 61eam calop
Yawpl YawplThis YawplThis
This extraordinary extrorinar piece piee of programme programmemuaio programmemUlo
mUlo muaio with the hidden programme is ir irthree Inthr
three thr connected connetod movements labelled labele In Inreduction introucton
troucton reduction and scherzo ahero adagio double doublifugue doublelugue
fugue and finale The double fugue goa goawith goO
with tho finale finae for good measure neure Th Thfirst To Tofirst
goo
first two movements bring forward thret thretleading thre
leading themes theme of which the first fmt anc ancBecond aed aedond
Becond ond are a each ech divided into two contrast contrastIng contral contralIng
The double natural naturalhas
Ing parts prt fugue fUlue naturaly naturalyhl
has hl a a new neW theme of its It own ownThat ownfhat
That Mr Ir Strauss StraU has ha dovetailed dovetaied those thcetthemes thosetheme
themes theme and the germinal gerinal parts prs of then thenwith tlem tlemwith
with wonderful skill ski goos without saying sayingHo ayingHo
Ho is a master mler of technique and ho car carweave cn cnweve
weave weve his hl ideas Ide into a I marvellous marvelous web o oorchestral of oforchetral
orchestral orchetral motion and color clor Color is tin tinpredominant thopredomnant
predomnant predominant element in this symphony symphonyIt symphcYI
It I glows and burns at times it blazes blaz Into Intca Intoa
a blinding blnding conflagration cnfgation Again it flowi flowionward tOWR tOWRonward
onward In a rich stream of sky ky tints tintslike tIntslke
like lke a peaceful pcul river under a summer summereunot summereunotI sunset sunsetIt
It I shows all al of HtrauHss HtraulsB familiar fanliar trait traitIt trat
It I has ha passages p8Agellof of earsplitting carsplttng noise anc anccacophony and andcacophony
cacophony alternating Iten1atlng with wih other other ol olcomforting of ofcomforing
comforting comforing major harmonies haonea eupportlnf eupportlnfscraps upportlngcrps
scraps crps of melodic melOlo thought But Bt If Sir SirStrauss r rStraU
StraU Strauss tells telB us that there ther Is not behind behindall behindall
all this a long and ad Intricate programme programmeworked pTramej pTramejorkl
worked orkl out with infinite care are he strain strainour strnn strnnour
our credulity cruly to tho snapping point polntWe polntWehle W Whave
have hle the right to discover disver in this work workwhatsoever workwhatoeer
whatoeer whatsoever we e fancy tanc We cannot avoid avoiddoing avoiddoing
doing something aomethlnl of the kind kindTho kindTlo
Tho Tlo first frt theme then represents rprnt Dr DrStrauRSiwaklng DrStrauiwaking
StrauRSiwaklng up in the light Ilbt of the early ely
dawn and stretching himself himl with three tbr bis bisyawns blp
yawns chorus of tho extended extende seventh seventhheaven aeEthheen
heen heaven of comfort comfor Ho does do not notllkoto notllkotoet lke to toget
get et up He Is human But Mme Pauline Paulinetraussde Paulne PaulneStrauBde
StrauBde traussde Ahna waken wakC up and about the thesame thesme
sme same period perio BO does dos little lte Strauss Straus Mrs MrsStrauss Mr i iatrau8
atrau8 Strauss does do the te great grt mother act at and andevenths ad I
bplnB to play with the baby Tho bb bbget
get crO ad epostulates in diminised diminisedevent
the bl bldm
evenths Rhythmic thumps upon big bigrum
event dm rum followed folowe by wild id howls of stopped stoppedrumpets Itopped Itoppedtrumpets
Ule trumpets Ife tell tel of a tragedy trgey in that babys babysIfe b1ys b1ysUle
UleMI IfeMrs Mrs MI Strauss StrauS loses 10 her temper temp or and berates beratesiapa beratespapa
papa forbU ror hlnhumity inhumanity Theplotthickens Theplotthickenso Tleplot thickens thickensso
so o does do the Instrumentation Instrmentation Crescendo Crescendoortlssimol Crescndo Crescndofortl8lmol
fortl8lmol ortlssimol There Is I a pretty cheerful cheerfulumpus cheul
rumpus in the Strauss Btru8 family famiy Mcan Mcanrhlle Men Menwble
wble rhlle the baby bby is carried cried off 01 by nurse nure to tobe
be 10 washed wahed and dressed dre8 and BO 10 papa papa and andaomma andmm
mm aomma recover reover their euanimity equanimity The Thelock Theclok
clok lock qtrlkea Itrlke 7 It Is not a cuckoo eucoo clock clocklut clo
but lut one with a I glockenspiel glockenpiel It I strikes strikesIrainuendo strike
diminuendo diminuendoBralDt IrainuendoBreakfast
Breakfast BralDt is served 8eT and ad peace pea descend descendIke decndl decndllike
like a dove In diatonic harmonies harmonie on the theomestio thedomesto
domesto omestio foyer of tho Strauss Stal68 family familyvldently famiy famiyEvtdenty
Evtdenty vldently the baby bay I kept out of sight sl ht all allay al
day ay for the family Caly symphony Iyplonl blossoms blossom into intoone intoone
one grand prdh te sweet Iwet song Mr Strauss Straussen Strauls Straulssay
swet t IngB to his wife She
smlea smleaten
say en she laughs laulhs Die low sweat laugh lalgh of ofutes oflute
lute ten utes and ad clarinets clanets In trills trll It makes makesaohelors male
bahelors aohelors and ad old maids mads winh they were weretarried weremarried
tarried They forget the equalling qu9lng baby babyn
In n the parly orly morning morningAll moring moringAl
All Al te day the Strausees StraU8e bill bi and ad coo Romeo Romeoind Rome
ad ind Juliet Julet are ar blotted bloted from history hlstor The Thelay
lay pauses pae The sun lun slipr slpldow down the crim crimionlng cm cmnlng I
ionlng west welt Little clouds tinted tnted with withilood Ilthbloo
bloo ilood red fire fre appear on the horizon horizongain I
Again gain tho glockenspiel glockelplel clock strikes etrike7 etrike7Tehe 7 7elve
Tehe > elve hours houl of domestic domCto rapture rature have been beentolled ben benbied
bied tolled dow down into fifteen ffen minutes mlnl of billow billowoft biow
oft melodic fragments fragmentsSupper fregent
111 Supper Is I eaten Dr Btrauna smokes Imokes a ailpe apipe
pipe Suppr and then he plays pla with wth the baby babyvely babyLively
Lively vely dance dc tune tne thajnwkw tht the audience audiencemajranoe audleno
wsh It could majranoe a 0 too Then Thenhat Thentht
tht hat blessed bl d Indulgt baby bb bogUft to grow crow tired tiredtstartBoryingagain tr
It tstartBoryingagain atartomngagal IHsalreally I aaly bad baby babypa bath4p
pa wallop vl again 4 1 this U s time tme BO hard hardhaPall hi
t haPall 4p Ia1 wafoJW thdtrumpeibtfln th bpe n the orchestra orhtlr have haveb hvc hvci
i b let t t go at atnI full power pow Chord of the stinging stiging stiging1th
Inth InthIts
1th 1thIs Its Is outrageouathe oltrg ou the way way that baby bal gets getst get
It t Some Se one ouxnt 01 t to Inform Ifor the S P C C CorKaps Crl
orKaps 8 therejfl thore not any an In Munich At last lastBe
Be le rl infant Infant ispacked Is akCd off o to its 8 crib Papa Papajid Papaad
ad jid mammafhavo avo another dispute but It Itoon Itlloon
oon mam1 settle ottll down The holy influence Inuonce of ofnlgt
falll on the two twoTe
nlgt Te 10 mMoalo m 10 themes rise ri8 to a tumult of ofHatonlobeauty ofd
d Hatonlobeauty lat 10 eauty No one can ca tell tU Just Justrhat jUlltwhat
what Itmeani It eal but It must mUt mean a lot lotrhe lotThe
The daw da In I the Strauss Straul family faiy is approach approachIng
Ing ng itsjend I end Family Faiy prayers take tnle place ple pleTe
tie SUfaueses a sing a 1 chorale cborle Then Ten thoy thoyrobaply ty I
Te prba > robaply y go to b ocd Anyhow Ayhow tho or orheatpi orchest I Ipul
chest heatpi makes mkea eome peculiar pulir pauses and anduspiiiBlons and8ue
8ue uspiiiBlons slons which suggest luggest the pus process of ofiulli
pul iulli g off 01 Eocks And d then Ihe Jce68 tho io sym symihony sympho
pho ihony y comes come to an end with wih a triumphant triumphantiurft
bur iurft t of the Mrs M Strauss theme tlumpat tlumpatbur The Theewg Te Tegwelbllcow
ewg gwelbllcow welbllcho leadoth us u upward upwardJid upwar
Jid off offlaying at
ae IS may not b the r1 programe
01 tho sypbony but It Ie a goo a any anyo
o er 106lblr tere Is not any pro prog
g mme and Dr Stral ha just bn bnrg
laying rg a joke on us W all al Anyhow Ayhow he has hasrltten ha
rltten ritt a piece piee of music muo which contains containsn contans contanseormous
n enormous eormous number numbr of detail detall and if ifhey Ifhey
hey do not have hav a meaning melp then the the thing thingi tlng tlnga
i a mighty mghty curious jumble of musical musicallonsense mUlllcalonl
lonsense cleverly made madeThe
onl me meTe
The Te other oter two numbers numbl on the programme programmerere pro ramme rammewere
were Don Juan which opened the t e pro proeedlngs procelllgs
celllgs eedlngs and Dr Strausss Strauls opn compact compt sketch sketchf sketh skethof
of f the religious rlgious and scientific alentfo development developmentf
at f tho human race entitled entted Also Als eprach epracht sprh sprhZustra
whlc raceh 010 the concert concertLt
Lt Zustra t it be b recorded rored that last lat night the com comoser comper
oser conducted conducte like lke a master mater and with withvldent wih
vldent per confidence confdence in his hil orchestra orheta which whichad whichb whichbbC
p b orbl ad bbC been well o rehearsed rohe and a4 played p ye BU BUorbl
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NOTHING NOTHNG BUT THE JEALOUSY JEALOUSY4V
4V EXPLANATION E1PLA7ATI OF THE WOEi WOEiOF IrO S SOf
OF FRENCH FIlCII OPERA OPERAIl
Il It I to De Permitted Permltrd That Colleague ColleagueCrltleUe Colutl ColutlCltrle
CrltleUe Cltrle One Onl Another In the Journal JournalAnd JonrnalAnd
And 1 I It I niGht for a Prima Uonni Uonnito on onto
to Sing llnr Three frre Holes at Once Oncelime OnceMme
lime BraisierOianoll BrelerOanol and Mrne Pack Packbiers Packblelll
biers were harmoniously harmonlolly carolling croUng a duefrom due duetrrm
from rrm Orfeo Orfe yesterday yelerday afternoon nfteroon in propa proparation proparation
ration for the concert to be given tonIght tonlghat tonIghtat
at the Metropolitan Metrapoltan Opera House when i iSDK a aSUN
SUN reporter reporer called caled at the mansion mallon in WCt WCtThiryeight Ves VesThirtyeighth
Thirtyeighth Thiryeight street which shelters shelel tinprincipal tin theprincipal
principal singer of the Now Xo Orleans Orlens Opera OperaCompany Oper
Company Their voices yolcci must have floated floatedup oted otedlp
up lp to Mmo Guinchan who lived on tho thofloor
floor 1001 above but ehe gave paye no sign IIn of the thepainful thepainful
painful sensation 8ftion this must cause cute in view viewof Iew Iewof
of her rejection rjeton from tonights tonights programme programmeWhy programme
Why did we refuse refUs to sing with Mme MmeGuinchan MmeOulnch
Guinchan Oulnch n asked allke Mme BresslerOianoH BresslerOianoHwho BrO8IerOnnol
who has ha now found existence ex tence in the tle com company comp ¬
pany p ny so delightful delghtul since her success succes at atCarmen atCaren
Carmen Caren Mme Packblera Packblel will II tell tel first firstJJme firt firtme
JJme me Packbiers Pckbler lowered lower her bel eyed eYe The Thelong Thelong
long haired hire accompanist acmpnist turned turno around on onthe onthe
the piano plono stool to listen listenThe lsten lstenThe
The jealousy murmured Mme Brea Breasler Bre Bresler
sler sympathetically symPthoticaly It I was WI nothing nothingbut nothingbut
but the jealousy jealousyMme j ouIlY ouIlYMme
Mme Packbiers PAck bier lifted lted a hand proteal protealingly prtet
ingly inglyIt Ingl
InglIt
It was WI went on Mme ln Brossier BrrEler and andif andI
if I you do not tell lel it I will wi Monsieur Ion810Ir 1 1will 1wi
will wi give you the history hlstor of tho affair alair It Itbegan Itbgan
began bgan In St Louis In the afternoon afernoon of ofSaturday orSturdaywa
Saturday Sturdaywa wal Faust and in the evening eveningCavalleria ovenlngCalera
Cavalleria Calera Ilusticana and 11 1 Trovatore TrovatoreMme TroyatoreIme
Mme Ime Guinchan GuinchanMme Ouinchn OuinchnIme
Mme Ime Guinchan Mme 1ockbiere ackbler who whowaa whoWI
waa WI calm but had already btgun gun to grow growwhite growwblte
white about the corners corer of her artistic artisticmouth artstc
mouth took up tho tale Mme Guinchan Guinchanwanted Gulnchnnwante I
wanted wante to sing all al three operas opera Think 1llnlt of ofIt I
It ItIn In one day Marguerite Santutta and andLeonore I Ionore
Leonore onore It Is incredible But she would woulddo
do < 0 it onlv that thlt no other one might sing singMmo singlmo
Mmo Bresoler Bnler ohruggfd her shoulders shoulderswith shouldIm shouldImwIth
with an expressiveness exprc68iverla that must have havepassed haeped
passed ped on up through the ceiling celng Into Mme MmeGuinchans Ime ImeGuiChan1
Guinchans GuiChan1 room roomM roomI
M I Charley Carley said 81d But madame you youwill ou ouwi
will wi fatigue fatige yourself When la It that you youwill
will 11 be able to sing again You l ou are a great greatFalcon greatFalcon
Falcon but you need n d not sing all l Mmo MmoPftckbiera Jhno JhnoPackblel
Packblel Pftckbiera shall shal sing tho Marguerite MargueriteMme Jargufile JargufileMme
Mme 1ockbiers said sid Mme Bressler Bressleras Dreeler Dreelera
as a impersonally Imprsnaly aa if she were commenting commentingon commentng
on a picture or a statue or oven the absent absentMme absentMme I
Mme Guinchan is a young lady of talent talentwho i iwho
who has ha already alrey made mae a name for herself herselfas hersel
as a an artist It was just that she Iho should shouldsins Ihould Ihouldthe
sins the Marguerite Marguerte And sho hill no nohusband nohusand
husband to protect protet her herThe f
The tiur tler prima donna who by some somesubconscious somesulnecious
sulnecious subconscious agreement ngrtment figurd fgtr as asmademoiselle asmademoisele
mademoiselle mademoisele from that point pint in the con conversation cn cnver8tlon ¬
versation ver8tlon contented cntente herself herelf with wih saying sayingthat 8lngthlt
that thlt she did sing tho Marguerite MargueriteThen Marguerte MarguerteThen
Then said Rid Mine Broodier Brolo with an em emphasis emphais ¬
phasis that threatened threalenl to nhake Ihake her glasses glassesfrom glls gllsfrom
from her her noi there arrived a thing un unbelievable ¬ i
believable blolble Mme Guinchan wrote to the thepress thepre
press pre of St Louis that the person l > rson who hod hodappeared ha i
appeared apped under her name was WI an 01 inferior inferiorsubstitute Inerior IneriorsUDstute
substitute sUDstute who had sung ID a manner to todrive todrive
drive the public publo from the theatre thetre in die disgust diegust ¬
gust Wa Vos ever such auc a I thing known knownAnd knownM
M And the critics crltcl Mile Mle Iockbiera Pakbieri went wenton wenton
on made me eulogies euloglt for my m performance performancewhich prormance prormancewhich
which was Ia a great succeas succeasAnd SUCCe
And now at tho last minute when hen the thecompany theoompny
company haa ha been bn disbanded disbnded because bause some someof re reoC
oompny of the artists artets would not appear appoand and she shewaa RheW
waa W one on of them therllho she offers ole to sing at tho thoMetropolitan thoMetroplt
Metropolitan Opera Mouse HouseI
Metroplt 1 said sd to Mme TenesklLussiof TenekiLuier and ad she shesaid shesaid
said to Mme Brossler Bresier and uld we all said to toone toone
one another No wo can get along 01 with without vlh vlhout ¬
out her And wo will willIt wi
It I was Ia not yet vet apparent apparnt why Mme Brew Bller Bller8hould ler lershould
should also alo have refused to slug Ing with tier tiersister liar811tor
811tor sister soprano sopranoIs sopranoMIs
MIs Is It to bo permitted permited nhe Ihe asked aske TUB TUB0N TUBSUN
SUN 0N reporter rportr that colleagues coleaguC should slluld orltl orltllee crl
clse lee one another In the journals Are thoro thorolot ther
lot enough persons peOD to do that that And Is Isot Isnot
not ot the public publo to judge of what hat the artist artistFOR nrUlt nrUltFOR
FOR THE CONNOISSEUR CONNOISSEURPALL CONNOISSEURPALL
PALL MALL MALLLONDON
LONDON CIGARETTES CIGARETTESA CIQARETE8 CIQARETE8A
A most ran rr and ad delirious d l dou bltnd bltndof blnJof
of Eastern Eater Tobaccos Tobacs
I
can do I have never nevtr known such wicked wickedness wlckednCsln
ness nCsln In my life lifeMme
Mme Jme Brwslers Br lre lreJme slers tone was wa not conclusive conclusivehowever concluive concluivehowever
however and the reporter rportlr waited waitedWhen wated watedWhen
When I pavcf my consent to sing at lt thi thibenefit tho thobenefit
benefit che he Javcmv nad end Mtt it was wa agreed agr tha thaCarmen tat tatCarmen
Carmen would bo the opera That wai waichanged W Wchange
changed however and it was decided decld t tgive to toglye <
give change a concert cncert with a scene scne from frm Orfeo OrfeoThen Ore
Then Thei Mme Ime Guinchan Oulnchal sent Ilnt word wor to thicommittee thi thocommiteI
commiteI committee that she would not sing unlesi unlesiShe unle8sshe
she wero alo alowed to appea In cstume cstumeShe
She said that Mr Conrigd Conril would not allow allovany
any operatic pcenen pcnM anyhow an a ho nrofprnn nrofprnna nrfprnl nrfprnloncert
a 1 concert opertc I saw SW him and he told me tha thathe that thatthe
the scenery snery was there So I told the com committee cm cmmittee
mittee that I would not sing Inl if MmoGulnchai InImoOulnchaudid MmoGulnchaidid
did I shall shalslng1 sine as will wi MmeTeneskiLuB Imp1encklLu8lez ie ieand
and Mile Mie Iaokbiers laokblel She is a young lad ladof lady ladyoC
of talent who has hl already alredy mode mae a nami namifor nao naofor
for herself hencf OH I an artist artst It I Is just that sh shshould she sheshould <
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