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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY,1 OCTOBER -2, 1919. 13 MUSIC SCHOOL FOR CARUSO JOURNEYS AMERICANS OPENED! . TO MEXICO CITY Aa one result of the war. a new ucational link has recently been forged in the chain that binds to yetber American ana French interests. THrottph the ejrorU of several well kwwii auUMritfes on music, the new Ktaft SdMol of Musical StttffcM at Foufitainbteau Is to be ldfea4:4 by the fsople of France to American mumc sttKtoets overseas "&T means of this movement, pupils from universities in this country may receive the same instruction along musical lines during the summer months as can be obtained 'at the Paris Conservatoire. A grand prize is to be established for students of the Xrhool the Prix de Paris which is to be competed for in' a sfx-dey com petition, under most rigid musleal re quffements. Accommodations for the students Irf congenial end reliable surroundings have been arranged in the beautiful dhateau In the town and in the .college dormitories. The founder of the music school is Francis Caseedeus. assisted by M. Frangnand. governor of Feuntaln bleau. who is neted for Ms interest in matters musical. An honorary committee in connection with the school consists jt such eminent mu sicians as Ouetave Cher pen tier, Charles Widow and Walter Damroech. Vice presidents of the organisation are Jean de Resale e and Blair Fair child. The schools is to be undcj- the supervision of an American director Enrico Caruso left New Turk, head- i ed for Mexico City. on. the o o clock train on September 17, togetner with his accompanist, Mr. Fucito; his se re r Mr. Zirto; two valets, and Gen naro Pa pi. operatic conductor. Mrs. Caruso will remain' In New York, and Enrico, jr., has already been placed at school. Much has been said about the dan gers from bandits that the singer is running by going to Mexico, but the lure of $7.00 per performance for eleven performances was not to be ignored, and anyhow, Caruso has had every official assurance of his Fafety. personal and financial, both going and coming. He merely sh marred his shouFders when asked if he expected an attack by bandits. The company includes Franceaca Peralta, a soprano of the Chicago Opera, and Gabriella Besansoni. a con tralto who will be heard at the Metro politan this fall. The opera in which Caruso will sing during his stay in Mexico are "Samson and Delilah," "Carmen' "Alda," "Pagliaccl." "Ellelr d'Amore," "Marta," "Manon Leicaut." "The Masked Ball." "Fonta del Destine " "Toeca." and "I.a Bobeme." He will remain in Mexico seven weeks, sing ing on Thursday and Sunday nights. - ' It Is to rent- beet interest 1e pat yoar MbrHr Bond tnterent In W. K 3- Rube Goldberg's Boobs CepyrJeat. 1MB. By R. L. GeMb-.-f. 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Krehbiel's new trans lation of Wagner's "Parsifal." One of the revivals will be HaleSys masterpiece, "La Juive," which has not been presented in America for many years. Others will be "Manon," by Massenet, which never has been given here, and "LItaliana in Al geria," the opera bouffe by Rossini and Onelll. The Metropolitan Opera Hpuse this year numbers among its artists seventy-three singers, including Mmes. Fmnces Alda, Maria Barricntos, Florence Easton; uferaldine Farrar. Mabrl Garrison, Claudia Muzio. Sophie Braslau, Margaret Matzen auer, and Messrs. Enrico Caruso, Paul Althouse. Giulio Crimi. HiDollto Lazaro. Giovanni Mactinclli, Pasquale Amato. and Clarence Whltehill. Some of the new singers announced are Gladys Axman, Ellen Dalossy, Margaret Farnam, Edna Kellogg, Or vllle Harreld. and Renato Zanelli. Most of these additions to the com pany are Americans. 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They ate all fine-toned instruments raodernin case design, and all put in first-class condition by our repairmen. Represented are such standard makes as the Weber, Krakauer, Steck, Sohraer, Milton, Knabe, Emerson, ChickeriRg, Etc. Prices -from $125. Monthly Terms as lo.v as S10. SURPRISE BANQUET Entering a darkrned room in Cal vary Baptist Church last night to at tend what he thought was an execu tive cemmittPc meeting. Louis D. Bliss, dean of thr Bliss Electrical Schpol and president of the Vaughn Bible Class of Calvary Church, was startled fey st tremendous outburst of cheers and applaus .The lights were snapped on and he found, himself surrounded . bv the members or his class. 2D0 strong among them Congressmen, college profesosrt. educators, and leading business men. ' A surprise banquet was held in his honor fpllowing an informal recep tion. Mr. Bliss has been leader of the class Mnce June. 10H. when he succeeded the late Gen. W. S. Shal lenberger. , -ninMiK mc guests oi nonor ana i speakers were "William L. Ford, pros- I lutm ui me ci8.s-Ninu loasunasier; Nathan S. Fatirett. superintendent of tiie Sunday school: Congressman Vcn ablc of Mississippi. William Knowlea Cooper, head of tho local Y. M. C. A.; James 1. Wilmeth. director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing: Dean William A. Wilbur, of George Washington Univcrsit : Dr. Charle W. N'eedham. Dr. Samuel H. Greene, pastor of the Calvary Church: Dr. A. I. Anden-on. assistant pastor: Frof. Mitchell Carroll, of George Washing ton University: E. V. Crittenden, and Charles V. Ts'esbit. PARIS THEATER OFFERS PRIZES FOR OPERA SCORES ran.-' latest and highest-priced home of opera, the Theater Uy rinue. is making its first season especially noteworthy by establishing a competi ton for opera composers unknown tn i fame. Two prizes are offered by Director Ghensi for an evening-filling opera- a first prize, of 52.000 and a second of i $400. 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