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THE SUNDAY KKE: OMAHA. DECKMI.KH J. 1 .-'..'
fly IIKMHK1TA M. lUKS.
fTflfci tt two Mki will be busy
I on, following uion titi-l
of muitio week, and giving ih
muido lover chume to hiar muoh
that la Interesting bt-for the rush of
ilirlslma shopping take tha mind
nway from lha rsthcllo enjoyment of
it flna art. Ther wr nmr con
cert for mimic week than one could
attend, and lha committee In charge
should feel gratified tot tha wid.-epreiid
co-operation of tha local musician,
imd townspeople, who tnve of their
talent and tlma for Ha succees. While
ther will la no such general activity
ihli wok and nt, thrra will be
three concerts with visiting nrtlnta),
and other lurjra musical affairs In
which ninny of the landing local mu
sicians will take part.
Tha second concert In tha course be
In if brought here. by tha business and
lrofpMftioiml women's division of th
Omaha Chamber of Commerce will
da at tlio Oinnlwi Audltoiiuin on !
vetnher 4, when thu Criterion Mule
iiiartrt will apprur. Following I
(j.iurl ol "Tlllhl" Ditrllry limit
Tnor Solo "Calr-ale AliU" (Aula) ....
(Jllaplal la) "Jin Sandman". , . rrottixriie
lb) "Tha Drum" .... An h-f (Jlbaun
Jlarltone .lo (a) "Allah"
A. YVellar Kiamar
lb) "Tha Vul ili.aiman'a Muni".,,.
Kits Vr Jlroiiibar
Uuartat (Old famrliaal
la) "In the dloainlna". , A. P. Ifarrlaon
(b) (nma Hark: In Krtn" I'larihl
HI "Tha l,uw-Jiarked Chair",. Old Iriah
I'lann Snln (a) "Pierrot ravin. , . .Mr-liul
(b) "Marrh, Op, HI" Half
KIUnh.Hi (Call Huikar.
Ouarlal "Mammy a Lullaby" lArr. Tr.
Tanor So o Tome Inlo Ilia ilarl-n
Maud" fTannyaon) Arr Haifa
Quarl.il "IJiirnoroua Malacilnna" ....Anon
IUa Hnlo "I Am a lluamor lld" (Nun
and Mirnnr) Mmdalaanhn
(juarlat "Muiiaal" Vandawalar
Tha Association Male ClioriiH of
I Him ha. (icorgu W. Ciiuipbell, conduct
or, announces two concerts with guest
artists. iM-cle Unwell, pianist, will ap
pear ut lha wlnlcr concert, and l'ran
n Nash, pianist, at tlio spring run
cert. Tha winter concert will tuke
place In the Urandel thriller Decem
ber T. Tha Association Mala Chorus
la an Onnih.i organization whose aim
in to promote good music and develop
Omaha musical tiili'tit. Tha chorus
In sponsored by the Young Men'a
Christian aaaoclntlon and la cniliav
orlng to Incorporate tha Idcula and
UNtfulneia of t lint orniinlzuUon Into
Hi own anrvlra to the community.
MIh Decta Ilnwi-ll, the aolnlat
Thuraday evening, la a younpr Amcrl
tun eoprano who hue niurie rupld
ulrldea alnca her debut In New Vork.
Hhe, la under the munni?erncnt of Eve
lyn Hopper, formerly of Omuhii. MIm
Howell woa born In North Carolina,
and her early education wan received
In aouthern achoola. After liiavlns
Hrtlcm college, a Moravian acbool,
MIhb Howell went to Boaton and con
tinued her vocal itudlea In the New
Kngland Conservatory. Rhe haa alo
ritiulii'd with Theo. Van Yark and
coached with Herbert YVlthernpoon.
rili a hue been aoprano aolulat at the
Klrat I'reHbyterlan church of Urook-
Jyn under ft. lluntliiKton Woodmun,
Miaa Howell hai had inuny linpor
taitt engHKtnet In the eoHt and haa
been aololat at mnny eprlnr festival",
and her review from the New York
critics have been extremely complimentary.
Benno MolBoiwltsch, pianist, who
will appear at the Brandela theater
Friday evening, December 8, at 8:15
o'clock, under the auspice of the
Tuesday Munical club, gave a recital
in Carnegie hall, New York, early In
November, and the next day the mu
hIc&I crltio of the Time recalled the
artist a having "established himself
among New York music lovers as a
pianist of admirable powers, musical
ly aa well as technically, of high rank
nnd aa a musician of individuality
end frequently of remarkablo person
al charm." According to the Post, the
planlHt was altogether "equal" to the
demands of his program. Mr. Hen
derson, In the Herald, said in part:
Mr. Moiselwitsch did some beautiful
playing. He has the technic and the
touch with which audience can be
charmed and his playing has ravish
ing tonal qualities." The public ealo
of seat for the recital Friday eve
nlng will open Tuesday morning. De
cember 6, at the box office of the
theater. The program:
Waldataln Sonaia llaethovan
vla O Minor rhopin
Maaourka A Minor Chopin
' Hark, Hark, ilia Lark" . . . .hhutM.rt.UaV
Oianl Foltmaia Chopin-!. Ht
Th munUt department of "he Onm
h.t Woinan's cliih will give a very
iniereating inuaical Wednesday after
ikkiii. tuber i, at S nVha-k. Mra.
H. M. And, rami, one of th nuaiat.int
leaders of the ib mi tnieiit, will present
tha folluwliig pruarain:
Violin liroup liubart I'uatadani
la) "M ma lire" from I'oncarta tn 0
k) I'.ri.alual Molina frana Rlaa
nana, a lii at lha piano.
Sopiano H..IO Nalla Atkinaus Kaliar.
Violin I'biisaiu Hi.bart Cuatadaa
nana f iroupH inifrrd Traynnr.
lai - In ll.a Muoiilishl" ,.... harwanka
1 1,1 "Th. Mplnnar" Miojow.kl
i- i iniiur buinann. I. Ial
on uriiup Mra. Kallry.
la i ' Huiiiriixrinna ' Ward-Htphana
lb "la II l.l.l. n Vlolal",, Ilrn
li I llai, Had Koaa" I'otl.iial
a social hour will follow tha pro
riiiiii, during which taw will be mm v
fd. The publio Is moat cordially In-
vlteii, There are no charges.
The regular weekly rehear, nl of the
thorn will be held Wsdnesluy a. m
ut 10 o'clock.
The tin heatra will reheurse In the
evening ut t o'clock.
A sprndiit musical service will be
given at the first .'raabytarlun church
Hunday afternoon, December 10, at 4
''lock, by the combined choirs of
Trinity cnthedrnl, lien Stanley, or
ganlst and director, and the First
rriHliytnlun church, Ioulso Junsen
Wylle, soprano and director, lionise
hliiidiliirk .abiinkle, orgunlMt. This
is the second service of this cluiruc
tr given tinder the auspice of the
American flullil of Orgunlsts.
t'nder auspices of the City Concert
club, an artists' opera progruin will
be given by l.oulaii Junsen Wylle,
Mrs, Verne Miller, Lawrence Dodds,
A. h. Hobbs, with Louise Hhadduck
abilakle. pianist, at the Omaha Au
dltorlum Monday night, December U
These singers form the special rjuur
tet of the First Presbyterian church,
The West sisters, Elolso West-Mo
Nichols, Mrs. Madge West Hutphen,
Miss Vlvlenne West and Miss Ilelle
West, will glvs severil numbers. Th
quartet from the church will sing
the "(iarden Hcene" from ;'Faust," by
Wagner; "Dmt Thou Know Thy Fair
Land," from "Mlgnon;" an air, "Ha
lome." from llerodlade, by Massene;
"Celeste Aldu." sung by Mr. Dodds,
nnd duet of the flowers from "Ma
dame Hutterfly." This will be one of
the, most exquisite programs ever
presented by the City Concert flub.
Admission will be free.
A sympliuny orchestra, of to made
Its appearance Muslo week. This
was the body of players, under the
cupablo direction of Htnnley Itovsky,
.hlch gave a concert at the World
theater lust Thursday, celebrating
both Thanksgiving and Music week.
Those who know say that It made a
very presentable showing at this first
nppenrance, playing an interesting
program Including the Heethoven
Fifth Symphony, the March from
Thanhauser Wagner, and among
other numbers a work by Mr.
Letovsky. This concert was given
under the auspices of the City Con
cert club. This la one of the largest
nd most recent symptoms of a
symphony orchestra we have had.
and If repeated with frequency and
continual success, It might bo the
psychological nucleus for many a
cherished dream In that direction, A
large audience was present and show
ed a keen Interest in the music.
A radio program will be given by
three Nebraska musicians In Chicago
Friday evening, December 8. Henry
I'urmort Kumes Is the pianist, and
also ha charge of the program. He
ha asked Mrs. Orianna Abbott Jen
nlsnn. aoprano, formerly of Omaha,
and Carleton Cummings, a dramatic
tenor born and raised at Auburn,
Neb., to assist. The concert is from
8 to 9 o'clock 360-meter word length.
"If you are listening in," say Mr.
Kumes, "you are welcome."
Frank Mnch presented a group of
hie advanced pupils In violin recital
Wednesday evening, November 29, at
the Schmoller & Mueller auditorium.
Those taking part were Misses Fanny
Fish, Alice Horn, Clara Schneider
and Messrs. Morris Brick, Philip
Krasne, Bryson Wilbur.
Mae Wetherill will present pupils
An Amnlcn recital will be presented
r.t the St. Mary seminary for girls
Thursday afternoon, December 7, at
3 p. m., by Miss Grace Lannon Conk
lln of the Burgess-Nush music section.
A snecial musical program will be
given at the First Methodist church.
Twentieth and Davenport, Sunday
evening at 7:45 under the direction of
J. Edward Carnal. The soloists will
be Mrs. W. Dale Clark, Mrs. Mar
garet Hpalding fit urges and Howard
of Effa Kills teaching system In a
pluno recital at her studio. 3ufl Arling
ton block, 3 o'clock next Hatunlay
afternoon. Those who will appear on
the program are: Jeunetle Hceriehell.
CJenevleve Hoennhell, John Ha user.
lmt liitcon, Majorle Kvana, Clifton
built h. Iduothy Smith, M.iry l.d
wards, (.)lllert IMwards, Kllen Carlo
ton. Fay Walters, IKrtithy Walter.
F.velyn Wetherill, Kvelyn Himiwon,
Km llitniion, L'Ulne Trahonus. Nell.e
l'erry. Nellls Jansson, laorotuy
foolcy, FniiHl l.ivi.
She Sings for the
! n- "
Longer Cares for
on the ocreen
Dumb Show Makes
Laughs When Noise
Would Fall Flat
"The public has been educated to
laughter from childhood by the circus
clown," says Kddle Shubert, eccentric
comedian with Jacobs & Jermon's
"Flashlights of 1922," playing at the
Oaycty theat'ir this week," and I am
taking advantage of (but fact In
making fun on the stage, A great
deal of my work could be done with
out the accompanying word or "lines"
tlmt the burlesque book call for. 1
used to be one. of the shouting, knock
about type of comedians, but ' I've
lately changed my method and now
employ Just plain tomfoolery to get
In past years Rhubert did a "Sam
Bernard" type with all the noise and
accompanying shouts, twisted Kngllsh
and funny falls but his method now
approaches inr,re nearly the Kd Wynn
type of stage nonsense. He Js finish
ing a long term contract with Jacobs
& Jermon and will soon pass from
burlesque to other realms uf stage
land. Meanwhile listen to Hhubert:
'Nobody got as many laughs as a
circus clown and he is generally
'dumb' but active. No need to shout
Just fool uround and you will get
Grace Ilennisoii-Sehaefer presents
the following pupils In a piano recital,
assisted by Florence Long Arnoldl,
soprano, Thursday, December 7, 1922,
p. m.. at the Kchmoller & Mueller
auditorium: Dorothy Tipton, Pauline
Pool, Ellzubeth Betts, Audrey Huger
man, Keglna Heller, Marie Ptulgles,
Mrs. James A. Cole, Mrs, T, F. Quln
lan and Agnes Oltter.
Wallace Held, on of the leading
players In "Clarence," at the Strand
this week, won't make any more ex
periments. Thos acquainted with the
Hollywood studio of Famous Players
Iusky are aware that a great number
of cats torn cat, tabbies, pussy cats,
kittens and countless other types
ure constantly In evidence. They are
also aware that Waltla has a great In
hujent curiosity. He love to experi
ment. Therefore, when an agent ap
proached Wallle recently and hinted
that he had a new and excellent kind
i f makeup that was easy to put on
and take off Wallle fell Immediately.
He applied the stuff and gave himself
he up and down in a mirror. Alto
gether, he ws much pleased. Then he
started for the set.
He passed a cat. That feline sud
denly lifted It nose and drew a deep
breath. Immediately It trailed Wallle
meowing Joyously. A second cut Joined
the line of march and shortly a third
took up the rhuse. When Wallle
reached the set, ho turned and saw
no fewer than nine cat on his trail.
When he walked they walked. When
he snt down Ihey gathered nearby and
lifted their voices In pleading chorus.
After thinking for some reason for
the cat convention, Wallle lifted the
new makeup box, fretfully perusing
the content of the box, he read tho
"(loose grease, from which this
makeup Is based, Is easy to put on
and remove and does not Injure the
However, the direction fulled to
state that goose grease has an odor
all It owns and Dint cats love goose
grease even Krnzy Kat.
Wallle had to crub for half an
hour to take away the odor. And he
won't experiment again.
"One Stolen Night," "The Man from
Downing Street," and' "Lucky Car
son," two "Kestless Holds" went In
"The Hllver Car" to "The Show" to
see "The Olrl In His Boom' nnd found
it was a story of "A flirt's Desire" and
"A Woman's Sacrifice."
"Between the Act a trio sang "My
Wild Irish Hobo" and other songs. Af
ter the show they went to a cabaret
called "The Purple Cipher" and there
they met "The Mysterious Stranger"
better known as "The Fortune Hun
ter" who had become involved th "A
Matrimonial Web" with "Rainbow,"
"The Flower of the North," a famous
actress who was known as "The
Charming Deceiver." Six months uf
ter they were married by "The Little
Minister," "The Prodigal Judge"
granted "Divorce Coupons" because he
pleaded "No Defense" and she "Re
ceived Payment." "You Never Know"
how "Peggy Put it Over" but "It Can
Bo Done." They also met "The Hon
of Walllngford" a wanderer who had
a "Gypsy Passion" for "The Charmed
Life" of the south seas, and he would
have married "Island Wives" but "It
Isn't Being Dona This Season," so he
came back to help his brothers, "The
Bcmunce Promoters" who had "Too
Men's judgments ara
A partial ot their (ortunea; and flilnst
Do draw tha inward quality after them,
To auffur all a Ilka. Shakeapeare.
'Omar tlie Tentmi'wr'
"Omar, the Tentmaker," the film
version of the famous play, In which
(luy Bates Post is leading man, Is
soon to be seen at the Strand. The
picture was glowingly reviewed In
th December number of "Photoplay"
as a series of nmials, done In the
manner of Maxfleld Parrfsh, come
true. The rare brilliance of the
orient blended with the mora sombre
shadings of real life.
"This would sound like over extrav
agant praise. But In reality there Is
much that could b said of Itlchurd
Walton Tully's second picture. Ouy
Bates Post Is the star of the produc
tion, but though a the old Omar hi
Interpretation touche the high places
Virginia Brown Falre curries off the
real acting honors. Her flhlreen I
sweet and tender yet fiery. She 1 gen
tle springtime In a rose garden pa
tient old age In a slonn-flagged kitch
en. Her emotions are as varied, and
as beautiful, as the changing colors of
"The plot Is, In n truly historical
sense, a chronicle of the life of Omar
Khayyam poet and astrologer. It
tells of his trials and disappointment
und of his finul triumph over despair.
Almost a tragedy. It is. But there
are touches of finely drawn humor
for people were human, even in the
Persia of a thousand years ago."
Betty Compsnn, tho slur, and prin
cipals of "The White Mower." writ
ten and directed by Julia Crawford
Ivers. left Honolulu last Saturday fur
California, where they expect to com
plete the -picture after about one
week's work In the studio.
Word from the Jarne Cruce com
pany making "The Covered Wagon" Is
that they are snowed In, but that It
is possible to reach Milford, Utah,
from camp, 85 mile away, on snow
shoe or by sled. Word has been de
layed to some extent, but every avail
able moment is being utilized in work
ing on the big production.
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December 1-15, 1922
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Here 1G Years.
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Time and hlatory have proved these
UiliiK to be true.
Hut the question arose whether su
author In perfectly kooiI standing
could write motion picture advertis
ing nnd Mill hold high place among
It remained for Kill l'urker Tttltler,
the noteil authiir of "1'Ik Is I'Iks,"
nnd mnny other humorous works, to
tuke the bull by tho hums and prove
thiit one rould do It. 80 he took pen
In linnd and wrote the nutlmuU ad
vertising on "Knst Is West," starring
And hnrdly hud he fulsheil doing
so when a slgnnl honor was thrust
upon lilm. C'oiniirenttnir on this, he
snys: "It bus nil been kooiI fun, and
the fact that I wrote the nds has not
prevented my being elected president
of the Authors' leuKUn, last Tueadny.
In fact, Harvey O'lllagln mentioned
these nds Just before he nomin
I'ola Negri Wears
"American women would not dure to
venture as fur towards dress sim
plicity as I'ola Negri dues,"
That Is the opinion of Kttiel f'hnffln,
screen dictator of raxlilnns and ad
mitted authority on style matters,
voiced Bfter Mrs. fhaffln find the fa
mous Polish star hud concluded a se
ries of conferences on the costumes
to be worn by Miss Negri in her first
American picture, "Hclla Donna,"
"Hlmpllclty of the most extreme type
li the keynote of Tola Negri's cos
tuming," Mrs. Oinffin said in discuss
ing her fiiHhlon lmprekNions of the
star. "Simplicity ot line and pattern
are both essential In the gown or frock
that she cholines. Hhe looks with dis
favor on big figured material even If
this Is to be made into a gown of tha
most severe lines.
"This simplicity even extends to
colors. Miss Negri prefers black,
while and gray to all other shades.
Most of the gowns- In her personal
At the Roscland
The henuty of New h'tiglnud, will)
all lis charm mad known to thou
sands upon thousands of readers by
flctlunlKt and novelists, In addition to
a story that unfolds n modern drama
of doniCNtlu Ufa, Is to ha acen In
"Ashamed of l'arents," which comes
to the Itnanland theater today.
The rural atmosphere of New Eng
land Is said to be shown enveloped
In mid-winter, and the little town in
which the story Is laid seems to be
literally swallowed with snow.
Thu cHt Includes Charles Kldrldge,
Jack Lionel Kohn, K'lith ritockton,
Walter McKvan and W, J. dross.
wardrobe sin In one of these three
colors, And not all shades of gray ap
peal to her; some hav too much blue
or are characterized by her ss 'illrty,'
"The one bizarre note In her en
semhlu Is the headdress. Hers sgaln
extreme simplicity dominates. Hut It
In the one point of her dress In which
brilliant colors find favor. A simple
bandeau of emerald green Is a favorite
of hers. Rut even here she has th
excellent taste to omit a crown tn this
type of headdress permitting her hair
to appear above the handesu and thus
heighten both the effect of slmplli-lty
nnd the appearance of the coiffure.
"All of the gowns worn In the early
scenes of 'Hello, Donna' reflect this ex
treme simplicity. Later, In tha Inter
est of the characterization, Miss
Negri will wear some rather more
"Hut her personal taste Is towards
dl?nlty stid simplicity,"
Oalhar ya rnaahurie while y mar,
old Tlma la atlll a-flina,
And ihla aama flowar I hat aiiillaa today
Tomorrow will ha dylnr
From Bite of a
(Inatuii (iliias bears the doubtful dis
tinction of having ecaed unscathed
from a burning building that collapsed
two minutes later, only to be hllten by
a rattlesnake that wa making II es
cape from the fire at the sam tlin.
This double thriller fur Class, at
any rats cfttnii as a climax to a
series of unusual scene that were
filmed for the production of "Th
Hero." In which Cllass enacts an Im
A school house, constructed of tht
old lumber from a school thst ws
about to be abandoned because of It
old fashioned arch I tact tire, wa found
to suit the purpose to the story. It
waa removed to the studio grounds, to
lie burned fur this sttraetlon.
disss, who had rsrlred llttl
Frstikle I.ee from the hissing struc
ture, was about to Jump from It
ond story himself, when the entire
rear of the building collapsed. He
leaped Just as the flames enveloped
the spot on which h wss balancing;
himself. At the atne time th he.
nd opening of a beam r"lesd
nest of rattlesnake which writhed out
to liberty st ths precise moment thst
Glass landed on the steps befor th
Three of the snnkes made off, whit
th third one struck with lightning
rapidity. Four cameramen who were
prlndlng Ihelr machines on th seen
simultaneously sine fin sctor cannot
be asked In repeat such scene In tha
Interest of accuracy reeorded th
snske bite in a reok thst end st
Oasnler wns about to rail ft halt
to the scene, but nisss continued hi
part In It until he was escaped from
the earner lines. Then th line of
pain about his y showed thst they
were not there for hlsfrlonli? Pr
Dr. Philip Newmiirk, who ws
summoned at once, treated th Wt,
He raid that had If been neglected it
would almost certainly hsv resulted
Hannelore, who I appearing In "Th
Knernles of Women," by VlcsnU HI
co Ihunez, Is one of th most fnmou
classical dancer in Kurop and Is,
special favorite among th American
soldiers (n Coblsrit. Prior to her vltt
to America Hannelore, danced fof
them, and their enthusiasm for her
was so grest that they hav engaged
her for serlt of dam recitals on her
return from thl country.
filorlu Hwanscn started work last
Thursday on "Prodigal Daughter."
adapted from th novel by Joseph
11,1,13, cr, -7, 9.
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