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THE OMAHA -8UNDAY -BEE : OCTOBER -15-, -1916.
Cleofonte Campanini to Conduct;
Marie Rappold to Sing Leonora
S & iff : r.
lue entirely to the European war. She
:s the only tne of the notable an
lounced to come here in grand opera
vho cannot appear. ' " ' '
MaHam Drstinn went to the in
terior of Austria this summer to" bid
a last farewell to her fiance, who is
held a prisoner of war. But wlreahe
was about to depart the authorities re
fused to issue the necessary passports.
The cable was used frcel" in a frantic
effort to secure release for the distinguished-
prima donna, for a long
season is' booked for her on the Amer
ican concert platform and opera stage.
These efforts would have beeir suc
:essful if her final citizenship papers
'tad been issued, but she is not yet an
American citizen. " '
1 - For local reasons, Madame Destinn,
who is a native of Bohemia, will dis
appoint many, by her inability to sing
in Omaha, this month. However, the
part of Leonora will be in excellent
Hands. Madame Marie-' Rappold, i
singer of premier rotes in the Metro-
?olitan opera house, has been secured,
n New York she has won emphatic
success' before the most ' exacting
opera audience "- in the world as
Leonora in 'l Trovatore," Marguer
ite jn "Faust," Elsa in "Lohengrin,"
Desdemona in 'Othello," Juliet in
'R6me8 and Juliet" and many other
Important roles. ' .
Madame Rappold is particularly
pleasing, not alone for her glorious
Voice, but for her personal beauty and
grace as well.
Pr. ; IMf. Plr,-T-.r-llnnTi
V Hon? soothe tha Irritation, Pin. Yar
.futa tht phl.sm. relieve conslllon, soothes
'.ho.- raw apota. . 2&0, All 4rugvtsta. Adv.
SOLDIERS TO REMAIN
ON MEXICAN BORDER
Wilson Tells Whitman Emer
gency Formerly Apparent is
Still in Existence.
WITHDRAWAL MEANS ROW
Long Branch, N. J.. Oct. 14. Pres
ident Wilson in a letter to Governor
Whitman o! New York sent October
9 and made public here today, as
serted that the emergency which
caused the sending of the militia to
the Mexican border ''unhappily still
exists." He added, however, that he
believed conditions in northern Mex
ico are improving and that "in the
near future" it probably will be pos
sible to "do more than has -been done
to relieve the embarrassments under
which organized militia organizations
necessarily have suffered."
President Wilson wrote to Gov
ernor Whitman in answer to a letter
from the New York executive, regard
ing the New York militia organiza
tions on the border. , The presiden
told Governor Whitman that it wa
impossible to set a date on wnicn tn
remaining regiments mere coui
The president in his letter asserte
that he had been advised by the Wa
department that a withdrawal of the
militia at any time since being . sent
to the border "would in all human
likelihood have been following by
fresh aggressions from Mexico upon
the lives and property of the people
of the United States.'
From Congress of
The Play Experts
Superint.-i rent English of the
Omaha playgrounds- has returnt J
irom' at: ending the 1916 Recreation
and Playgrounds congress in liranl
Kapiils and he reports that he almu-l
tot the 1917 mteting for Omaha The
meeting place flw next year has not
been announced yet, he says, ; d .f
Omaha woul4 offer, some money i
might get iti But for 1918 he be
,ieves the (convention will surely
come here. '
Mr. English will'. meet the new S-fc,
rial Center directors Monday at 6 'ji
m. in the Woodmen of the W.orW
cafeteria to discuss the work to. b?
done this winter in the social cenie;
trtablished ,iri. eight public schools
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ERNEST A. B..OWN,
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84 North 6th Street, -Brooklyn
November 12tb, 1915. .
fjleofantc Campaninl is pneot the
few men actively engaged ifi ftinsic to
day to whom may be applied the term
"genius," for a genius Campanini un
doubtedly, is. One indication that this
statement is true is the fact that the
Chicago jppera company pays him for
eleven veeksw salary greater than
thit cif the president of the United
Slates annually. .. '.'jV ' i
Omaha-will. see the fruits-of this
man's- genius,- When, it witnesses the
performances' of " "Carmen" " and
Trovatore" at the Auditorium a week
from next Monday and Tuesday eve
nings. He will have absoluteand-full
control taf the musical and technical
side of the Ellis Opera company
from his station in Jhe orchestra he
will direct all things. . 1 .. ",' -'.
, It was Campanini who revolution
ized grand opera in this country when
Oscar Hammerstein organized the
Manhattan Opera company in. New
York in 1906-and engaged Campanini
as general and music director. He in
troduced a number of innovations
which fairly' astounded conservative
old New York, but shortly compelled
the Metropolitan opera house to- aban
don several of its time-honoredUradl-tions
and get out of the rut into Which
it had fallen, With the final e'clfpse
of Hammerstein' brilliant enrtjfpriae,'
Campanini becanie available Ifar jtbe;
Chicago organization, which cartie.-ljtJO
being at that time. rf
This is Campaninfs first apnran,e
on this side- of the Atlantic outside tlf;
two metrop((itaij Cities of ijAthjpcft'
visiting niufc citit6.tif. the middle west,
where grand pptra in its completeness
and with fu.ll quota of celebrities will
U C C sM. T C ,7,,1 SM.M Z MM " ff
which she applied, she will not appear
in grand opera in Omaha Tuesday,
October 24. She has been advertised
to sing the part of Leonora in MI
Trovatore." Her nonappearance is
received the naturalization papers for
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