A germine musical treat awaits those who attend the Boston Ideal Opera Company next Monday evening at the Grand Opera House, vhere they sing "The Daughter of the Regiment." M'lle Zelie de Lussan, the star of the company, has just come from a great triumph in New York City. Of her singing the New York VVorld says: Zelie de Lussan made an iustant and pronounced success last eveniug, at the Fifth Avenue Theatre, as Marie in Donizetti's opera, "The Daughter of the Regiment." lier clevernes as an actress combines with her remarkable vocal powers, giving to her rendition of" the role a fascination as mark6d as it is urjique. M'lle de Lussan has well-nigh created a part in this opera for heiself. She sings the score that Donizetti wrote but she plays the Marie she has herself conceived. Her voice is a rich and sympathetic soprano, and is managed with artistic skill. The company ia very well balauced. And the New York lerald says: M'lle Zelie de Lussan appeared at the rifth Avenue Theatre last niglit as Vlarie in Donizetti's opera, '-The Daughter of the .Regiment." The preentation was asignally successful one. t has been stated that M'lle de Lussau readed tlie criticism of New York. he need have no fears. She gave a rightlf, sprightly interpretation of the ole. lier voice was fresh, full, sweet nd indicated that her training had jeen of a good school; and she proved ïer capacity to interpret a pathetic, tender or merry air with ease and grace.