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THE EVENING WORLD, SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
Found a National Conservatory.
Nazimova Says Wicked Woman of the Stage
Says Ysaye, Master Violinist BRINGS MRS. FISKE
Is loo Obviously Bad to Be Taken Seriously
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THE HIGH ROAD
America Needs Such an
Institution to Take Her
Rightful Place in Music
With the Other Nations
of the Earth.
Budding Genius Can Be
Helped and Fostered
Only in This Way -Free
Tuition by Competent
Matters a Crying Ne
cessity. BY SYLVESTER RAWLING.
fT-vON'T ta 'eight-! It's orly
seven years ago that I iru
here last.'' said Eugeuo
Veaye, the master violinist, yceteriny.
In one's youth a year more or low
doesn't count. When one approach!
flfty It's another matter. But I'm glad
re be beck In America to greet old
friends, and, I trust, to meet now
ones. Because I haven't returned
earlier does not mean that I am tin
TBtnaful of past kindnesses
"It Is simply this: Even with fait
steamers, America Is still far off fro.n
Swop. There, with all dus modesty
X nay say, I am sure of engagement i
all the time. The musk centres are
within easy reach of each other, tiers i
your distances are great, and how csn
I be sure that I am remembered among i
the great artiste in every branch or
musical art. from all over the world,
that you demand and set"'
Mr. Taaye Interrupted hi pre. Using
ts chat with me. HU violin was stIU In
SI hand when I entered his apartment
In a Broadway hotel. He talk Kngllsn
fluently and with little accent. He waa
la grassing gown and slippers and.
turning to a strapping young man tie
side turn, Introduced his a n who, he
said, would soon tnlk Kngiish as well
as himself. When the clsara were well
alight, the conversation took a serious
AMERICANS HAVE A KEENER
APPRECIATION OF ART.
Afar off." s.ild Mr. Ysaye, "
netlosd your musical progress. Nearby,
I feel It At my first appearance last
alght la Jersey City-It was at the High
School, a One auditorium 1 reognlze.1
beneath the warmth of the welcome the
audience accorded me, a finer mualc.il
sense, a keener appreciation of art even
than when I waa hers before. Why,
thought I, does net this gre.u, Intclllgeu
nation have mors musical Initiative,
produce more artists, crests mc.r-
worksT And the snsT was Inevitable:
Ton must establish a nntlonal OORMrva
tory. If you cannot, sa we do in
lAirope, have such an Institution sup
pertsd by the Government, surely your
men of great wealth will taku pride In
'oundlng and carrying un an h an Instl
tutlon. "What happsns now Is this: A boy
thinks, or his friends think for him,
thst he shows promise, let us say. as
a violinist. Ho Is sent to a lesolier,
one of a number of teachers who pro
fsss to know their profession. That
teacher Is paid so much a lesson of.
say. sn hour, or haJf an hour, or a
quarter of au hour. Is It to be expect
ed thst the teacher slul, winnow out
tne wheat from the chaff, when the
amount of his Income depends ipun the
number of pupils he ran hold?
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IN EURO
"In Brussels, In Palis, In Merlin. In
vienns. in (get, almost anywhere.
Kurope, except In El land, boy un
der like olrcumatunces would be sent to
Hie Government school. Where the teach
ers, carefully selected, get regular In
comes. If hs could paas a rudimentary
examination, ho would be taken In hind
for nothing, and if Its had Utlent It
would be fostsrsd ami developed. If bg
had not, he would be told the truth.
.Moreover, If It were thought that not
the violin, hut the piano, or tho bse
aon. or any other Instrument Were more
In the line of the boy's aptitude, thai
would lie suggested ti hint All this. I
say, at no coal in the hid or t , his
parents. mooes. 11 tne no, annum snow I
exceptional talent he wo. i d bt hslpea I
There are Immense gisslbllltlss be. I
rors you ana wunin resua i you -n , n it set entrance
such a national school. 'f oourss, alisesnes 0:1 the key.
rirat, you would have to Import many
teachers, but the nttd of foreign help
would Steadily decrease. You VViHjM
soon establish an atmosphere out tif
which would develop a dlstlnot Ann n
cun school of music and begin to form
jour own traditions, on different lint
perhaps, bui similar In Ihelr effect tu
ihosa to whlrh we in Eu ope owe 0
"Personality counts foi inu h In mu
tts, as in everything. 0n genius can
silmulste a nation. Sc. ivliat Klgar has
.tone for England! Until his 'Dream ol
Werontiuo' altra, te.l lit musical world
a.ere waa no Initiative there, Ths
work, to aay nothing of his other com.
positions, has aroused a nsw sp.iit and
recalled memories of a not Inglorious
musical past among Englishmen, gee
what an Infiusncs MacUowell had III
AmerWai What i pity, his untimely
"While ttHMt of the s real modern vlo.
I i lists oonie out of the North frovi
Kusels. from Hungary and iron the
aV'av reces the violin is sassntlully ai
n.iiisji tnstrument and America would
da well In it" training of violinists t
submit to Latin Influences. Ths .
n. an school is too stiff and pedant! .
The Herman mind, greal musical people
ihat the Qermani are, is too phllosopnls
in comprsheml fully ths poetry and seti"
auouanees t . Whloh ill- 'I llln mttsl glv
utterance. In music gn Wily, loo. to
the work of Ihs frsnch an i Ihs Its: a i
fun eonsidsratlon must is given.
TO OIVE 100 CONCERTS
AND GO TO PACITIC C0aT,T.
"Whst are tin awn plana? u ;. I
am to gi.e ops hundred cone on
iMs American tour, and my enaas
menu will carry ms to ths Paclflo
all. x -mm ismmsL
'oast. I shall revive some early Italian I there will be a double hill. "Cavallerla"
works and play a good deal of Moia.i t ; and "Pagliaccl" The caste will Include
A sonata by Nnrdlnl and a chaconne. I Caruso, Brass Destlnn, HI .-cardo Mar
jnth orKan ajcoinpanlmrnt, by Vltall, tin. Amatu and Linh tSHly, with the
are among my prcnxiamme numbers, now little Spanish soprano. Ijucrezla
How I shall play at my fltst New York : llorl. appearing for the (list time here
recital on Tuesday afternoon you must an Xedda. "Pnuet," with GrSraloiRI Kur-
u i :o see. My gsniua a. v i cell I
is a capricious thing. I play from my
heart, or from my soul, as people some
times say. As the spirit moves me I
describe It to myself I must feel the
beauty or the composition i am playing
to do It full Justice. lo not misunder
stand me. Hrllllancy of execution, per
fection of technique, are to be desired.
If I'aganlnl could be sailed half Hevll,
he was sltogether Man. My teacher
often related to me how greatly he was
moved by Paganlnl's playing And H
waa n good thlntc for violinists and for
the public thai Kubellk should have re
called and revived some of Paganlnl's
"Your young Spalding, a worthy art
Is:, played here, I believe, Ulnar's con
certo. It was sent to me ami I played
It B few times; but when I found that
I must pay for the privilege I returned
It. With all due modesty, I did nol
think that necessary.
"MOSt you go? Well, light another
ciKar Drat," said Mr Ysaye, as he took
one for himself, and tho trrlp of his
li..nd at parting was .n firm ns one
might expect from the big, strong man
that he looks and la.
QERALDINE FARRAR BACK.
SINGS IN "BUTTERFLY"
"Madams Butterfly," presented at the
Metropolitan opera Ho,.?c iut night a
the t-.tirUi o,wn of ; ... an, drew
another great audience that watched
eagerly for the reappearance of tier-
dine Ferrer, who ha, been til all sum
mer. She w is much slimmer, bul looked
WOlli and he moved about the Stags
wuu even more tlwtn her accaatume I
suppleness and sflllty, Her voice in
tbs niddie register seemed tweeter and
fuller, hut In the higher was Strident
As 1 ,-rio-s ,h failed to make her
from behind the
It is dltteult. But
Whatnvsr her Shortcomings, ne found
Unmll nka'ile favor with the audience.
Ill cardo Martin aaint vnl acted Plnx-
erton sgcsptlsoally well goottl's AtnerN
cm Consul wsa satisfying as usual. Hlia
Fornls a good Busukl, Helen Maples i
H ' '-lo r'on .1 Bad t. Au Halo
Begue, Ctrrl ar.il Romoln mads up the
dtoranl draiti.t ihe tempo Inex
REVIVAL OF "MAGIC FLUTE"
AFTER EIGHT YEARS' SILENCE.
Mossrt'a "Tin- Mas i r its" will be
revived at the ktstroplltan Opera House
I ni vt gaturday aft n oon aft. ills . e
of eight years. The last provisos p r
formanOO was on atll 'lay afternoon,
re.i. li 1IK)4, when 1-Vllx Mottl conduct
ed Mr. Qattl'Casassa promts a sump,
luntta scenic producUoni with a strong
oast, properly rshstrsrd. Pour Amari-
c. n aln7ors will make their New York
dei.ct on th oocasloOi Kthsl Parka as
Qui en of the Nig it. Kdwarl tetnkOW
a S.iriiro an I Vei . Curtis and PI Or
It - M 'ford a: the RrSI ard aerotd
ladies. Mtns, Psrks'a career, SO far. Ins
bees ondnst) to Italy md Russia Mr,
lankos'i who Is a nstie of Tarry (own,
for four y are tns been a ntc n'ier ot
the Vienna Imperial open Cooipanyi
Emmy Destlnn, Lou ae Hon sr, Bstla
Allen, l.-i ora Sparkes. LeSO Kiesak, AI-
berl Rtlsg and putnani Qrliwokl ate to
have important pans, and Alfred itnx
"KosnlgsUtndcr." with Osraldlitt Far
rsr, KsH torn, Otto Qorltli Adam,
Dldur and Albert Raleg, tlj old frlen Is.
In the cast, is Ihe bill fni Monday Ivan-
Ing. when I. Ilia Robeson will make her
debut as the Wltoa. Oa Wednesday
r.ir. Jeanne MSUbOUrg, Karl .lorn. Ilnh
tlllly and Rothler : a no ounces1 for
Thursda- nlaht. On Friday, "Manon
Lescaut,'1 with CalnsSO, t. 'crexln Borl,
Soottl and Do Segurola. will le repeated.
On gaturday night ai the Brooklyn
Academy of Mualc "I.a llohomo" will
be sung, vlth Oeraldlne Farrar. Lenora
ftparkes. 1:1 nrdo Martin, Amato and
IMdur In the caat.
At Ihe first Bundiy nlsrht concert to
morrow Rfretn Blmhallst will piny and
Marie Rappold and Rlocardo Martin will
TITTA RUFFO TO APPEAR
IN A REVIVAL OF "HAMLET."
Andreas Dispel will brin hla llilla
delphlaChloago Opera Company to the
Metropolitan Opera House next Tuesd.i;
evening and present Anibrolse Thomas's
Hamlet." with Tltia RuffO, the ureal
Italian baritone, In th title part. It In
said ihat th's will be the only appear
ance In opera In New York this season
of the hi-: est paid baritone In the world
-gs.tsa) a performance Alice Beppllll. as
opbella, ai d Blsonors le CtenSfOS, as
Qtieen QsitrUdOi both prime favorites
in Mr I lammei stein's ever-to-bs la
mented Manhattan Opera House Com
pany, ami QUStaVS Iluberdeau. Henri
gootti Constantin Nlcolay and Kdmuntl
Wamery are to be In the caat. with our
Id friend t'ampanlnl In the conductor's
chair. It la so long since "Hamlet" was
suns: he'.- that the revival Will bo a first
performance for a host of opera-goera.
The Boston tirand Opera Company will
begin Its season at the Huston Opera
House on Monday evening with a per
formance of "The Tales of Hoffman."
with Rdmond Clement in the title part
Bdmond Ruaestli ths managing dlrcototi
has announoed bis intention of pr.-aent-lng
several operas in English this aea
aou. WAGNER OPERAS PREVAIL
AT PUBLIC SCHOOL RECITALS.
The Hoar i of Education hua arranged
for the foUosyehg free lecture rscltttls
tiext weeki Monday, at Lafayette Hal!.
' Vo n bongs of Fran e." by Mrs. RolllO
Hor.ien - i.ow . Tueaduy, at Wadleigh
Hig'i S.li ill. "Die y ".erainger," by
Thavnas Whitney Burettsi at IMtHJlc
Bohoot N" MSt "Ooetterdaemmening,'1
by Peari Cleveland Wilson, and at Pub
lic Seine . So, M, "Italy In ttong and
story," by Nina D. Kuhn. Thursday, ai
Puts) to School No. Ida, "Schumann, the
Poet "f the Piano," by Margaret tnder.
tun: at Hi l.uke'a Hall, "English Bal
lade." ' flracs Ewingi and at l it'i
HtgJ Rchool, "S hum.mn. Hie Piano
Works," by naniei Qregory Mason.
:...i.', ... UsWItt Clinton High BohO'sli
Folk Son.s of tier. un iiiv," iv Walter !..
Bogert: at Public hooi No. , "i:i.
a n i and (Scandinavian gong," by
Miss Lsunbomi and st Publlo Bchool No,
tai, ci "t laammerungi" by p.-aii
' '.ecu an 1 Wliaon.
Tiie Phslhgrvpon Rootety will ive
t.ie QrH Its Iwj private on verts i f
its seal ti on Tuesday evening ji v.jn
o'oHMk 'r. ihe 'Irand lUJronrn of '.e
WglUor "Astoria. More tu.in ons lhnu
s.iu i i.i" n- navi sn rolled Utasggelvei
si i1 : .s ' i . i :. ' membert of the isclsty
ti ni.. i ij c mply with the ?jn
'.lit. .ma o. "i besjusst of hrlfUsn loi
.are by Sir. J iscph Pulllgsr 10 the oldegt
of ah.i log's sytnpiiony ui -'i-t:'is.
Tlcki ore lor n e only. Tnlg are
not svallatile tu the general painlli", Mms
Presses Aioa, srlfs
wiij, be bhe solotau
TO TOWN NEXT WEEK
Weber and Fields Open I heir
New Music Hall on Thurs
THuT first of five new productions
snnnun"ed for next week wtll he
seen at the rrlteTVm Theatre on
Monday night, when Manager Henry
W. Ravage offers a fares by Rupert
Hughes entitled "Whst Alia You?" Ths
author calls It a ' callathenlc farce."
and the thr acts are given oeer to
ehovrtng ths humorous phsaee of physi
cal cultura The first at shows a
fashionable New York r-ataurant at
midnight with Its various typas: ths
seoond the gymnaabtm of "Medlll's," a
j hsaJth-rsetorlng Institution near Nsw
York suggesting "MuMoon'a." and ths
third develops the humorous episodes
of a twelve-mils cross country walk.
The company Include Wllllesn Court
Islgh, Deamrind Keller, Merguertt
Rklrvln. Hhelley Hall, H .bby Barry, Sid
ney Oreenstieet, Itoxane loosing, Edith
.Sloddsrd snd gtusrt llohson )r.
On Tuesday night Mrs Flsk beslns
' an engagement st ths Hudson Thestre
In "The High Itond." a new play by
lctward Sheldon. The story Is that of
a woman s life Mary Pax la nrst
ahown aa a girl of seventeen on her
1 father's farm, living s life of hopeless
drudgery. A sudden romance opens up
the world to her, but after three vears
of luxury and wealth comes the awak
ening. To aatlafy her higher needs she
goes forth to earn her living with her
own hands, and sfter years of storm
snd dis.ll .sun she bocofnci a servant
of humanity and finds happiness In a
great love. All thla Is thrown asalnet a
background of sociological, political and
moral conditions. The three chief main
characters are to he acted uy Frederick
Perry. Arthur Byron ami Charlea Wal
The Winter (larden'a new fall phnduc
:nn. with (iertrude Hoffman In "From
Broad-way to Paris, " will have Its open
ng on Wednesday night. This revue Is
described aa "s musical causetre." with
. tiiorge BrOnsOS Howard and liar 'Id
Atterldge as the authors and Max Hoff
man the composer jf the music. The
piece Is a sstlrs on the dolnga of Amer
The new Weber end Flel la Music Hall,
with the Weber and Fields all-star stock
company, opens on Thursday evening,
when "Roly-poly" and a burlesque
called "Without the Law" will be pre
sented The now nrialc hall In Forty
fourth street, Just west of Rroadway,
Is to he conducted aa aa the old one
at Rroadway and Twentv-nlnth atreet.
It seat. ;.0IX) persons In (tin conip.mv
with Weber and Fields are Marie Dress
ier. Nora Rayea and Jack Norworth,
Frank Han is is, IJessle Clayton. Helena
Collier Oarrlek. Arthur Aylesworth,
Thomas r :e.a d and eighty chorua
girls. "Itoly-Poly" snd "Without the
LOW," a combination travesty of "The
Merry Countess" and Within the Law,"
were written by Edgar smith Ths
lyrics are by K Ray Qostl the music
Is by O Raid win Sloans.
The postponed production of the big
Drury Im melodrama. "The Whip,"
will be made at the Manhattan Opera
House on Friday night.
RIanche Ring In "The Wall Street
Olrl" comes to ths Orand Opera House
"Little Mlsn Rrown" will be at the
West F.nd Thestre.
"The Wnard of Ox" will be revived by
the musical comedy company at the
Academy of Music.
The stock company at the Harlem
Opera House srlll piesent 'Ths Oam
blers." AI ResVSS brings tits "Beauty Show
to the toiumbla.
"The Coilexe grla" come to the Mur
ray Hill Theatre
Robs Hyde.' and her "London Rellea"
will be seen at Hurtlx A Seitnon's.
Miners Filhth Avenue Theatre will
have the "Jardln de Paris dlils."
Billy Watson Slid his "Reef Trust"
will be at the People's Theatre. "The
'.ii'. Prom lieiio' will be seen at
Miner's Theatre in the Brong.
Man-hesf. rs "Cracker Js'ks'' will he
he attraction at the Olympic
At Ini i ... i ...:,' I m - Irene Franklin. In
new character songs, and 11 ik'c Jen
nlngg, mntiaster of the Detroit Raaebalt
club, will be the double headline attrac
tions. Jsnnlngl will mabs his debut in
a comedy el etch, and will ulau give an
Idea of his coachinx methods.
At Pro tore Fifth Avenue Theatre
the hogdilnsrs win be Rube Marnuard
and Blossom Bseley, in "r.ie Nineteenth
tralght." others will l Felix and
Cairo, In "Searching for a Pa."-," aisl
I'. iv rnond and Caverlv. At Pro 'to. 's
Twenty. third Street Theatre J K Mnr
tav and Clara Lane, In "Bits of opera."
will top the bill. At Proctor's Fifty,
eighth Btrsel Theatre Leon Hoxers. the
mimic, win he the haadllner. At proc
tors One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
Street Theatre a tinging ac! ailed
"fifty Years Ago" vlll be the feature
Among others at Keith's Colon Suuare
Theatre win tie Robert Haines, in The
Coward," a one-act niebslrama by
eorgs BroadhurSt! (Jertrude Vander
hlit and leiix W MoerSi In "t'nusual
Dances," and Marlon Murray, .n a com
ely by BssSraeO Hnlger called "The Big
At the Colonial Tlieaie Thon.as A.
Vlse will appear In a tabloid versl 'it of
"AOontloman From Mlsalssippi," Hs-irc
K DtSSy will present a "Mono-Irsma-Vaudologue,"
and Hldtiev- Hrew will be
se n in The Htm Voice."
Tiie Alhsmhra win offer "Th Lit ie
Parlilsnnoi" vera mi tholena, in s.inits
latddls Cliff. In Knxllsh songs snd
dances; Homsr B, Mason and Marguerite
Keelsi in "In snl Out." and other 'ea
turea Twelve a ts win eommemorgts the
f' u-th anniversary al IJeith's Bionx
Theatre Prominent gmonO ''-em srlll
be Maud Lambert un I Erneei Ball, in
their own eompoalt!o-ia. F.very a if-. "
"The ratn Dream." ant '' 'I tlor.'on.
Tl'.e bill al tne AraOrl . n Theatre will
ln'tde the Musi":ii glmpeona "Fun Is
a Turkish (lath," Cay I ... Tricksy. Cor-
j Us and Florence and Waeleys deals.
Bella Donna Sometimes
Makes Her Laugh, for
This Woman ts the
Worst in the World,
Everybody Hates Her,
and New England Will
Be Shocked to Death.
Matinee Girle Love It,
Though Grown -Ups in
the Audience Follow
the Play Without Sym
pathy, Smug in Their
Own Virtue in the
Pretence of Such
BY CHARLES DARNTON.
U A HKNT you 'Id being
With these softly tooth
ing words, a dark, sinuous figure, ail
gloaming eyes, as Robert Hlchana
might bsvo said if ho had been stand
Ing In my unpolished shoes, pros
out of the shadows and glided Into the
room The lustroue Nal
move eeeniod to be revealed In the
brilliant light of her own eyes.
There, that's dons) Writing an "at- I
moaphertc" Interview Is a mlxhty tough
Job llslween you and me. though,
there's no Hlchena nonsense about Alia
Natlmovs. Her artistic sense haa by
Do means killed her sense of humor.
i aon I mean mentally ooleoncd. hut
really poisoned," ahe laughed. Don't
you reallxe your fearful danger?"
I faced It bravely when she offered
me a cigarette Instead of Turkish cof
fse. Rxcept for her hslr, which wss
dressed In the tsteat Egyptian faahlon,
she did not suggest the devoted wife
who puts sugar or lead In her hus
band's coffe m the play st the Kmplre
"Playing Rella Donna has made me a
very wicked woman In the eyes of ths
public, I'm afraid," aha remarked, only
to dismiss the thought with har eye
brows "Do you tsks the wicked women of
the stage seriously'"' I asked
SOMETIMES SHE LAUGHS AT
"ilaaven forbid!" ,n. exclaimed,
gayly "Sometimes, when I am wait
ing for my cue, I And myaelf laughing
at Rella Donna because ahe la ao oh
vloualy wicked. She doesn't even play
the angel with her husband I must
say this woman la absolutely the worst
I've ever acted or read about. Every
body hatsa her. especially after her
little box trick with the poison. In
Trenton they hissed me at thla point,
and when Isaacaon threatened to semi
for the police they shouted. In Plain
field they laughed when llaroudl
chucked me. Oh, I expect to have lota
of fun when we go on the road, es
pecially In the New Kngland towns'"
She leaned beck agalnat the cushions
of a divan and smiled grimly but con
tentedly. "No." ahe refleeted, ' it's not exantly
a aympathetlc role. In London, I am
told, there waa hardly a curtain call
after the first night. Hut the play draw
Isrge audiences. We ara having the
same experience here -big audiences and
little sympathy Men and women follow
the play quietly, and matinee girls love
II. And they are not at all shocked
by my love IdsnSS"
'The matinee glrla'"
"NO!" ahe cried with a burst of
laughter, "the men and women Mati
nee girls are never shocked. We need
never worry about them They ars al
ways absorbed In a play No matter
what It may be. to them ! is a revela
tion of life life aa they Imagine It and
of which they know nothing They are
particularly interest- p the wtcked
woman of the stsge because of ihelr
"And the others?"
AUDITORS PEEL SAINTS IN
PRESENCE OF THIS SINNER.
"Oh," answered Mine. Nnsimiiva,
passing lightly from saints to sinners,
"H makes ii. in fast very good to see
some one who Is Vary bad. After all,
everything is comparative, isn't ii? And
I really don't know what authora would
do If they vvi;o compelled to write only
of giHjd peoplo. Kven the Rlbie haa
some villa ns Look at Magdalene, of
course, Holla Donna isn't another Mag
dalene. She Isn't even human. I don't
know what to sec of a woman of that
1 recalled ths' DU nas had ssld "Kill
'She should i killed- like a snake"
agreed Mms, Nesunova, "for that's ex
actly what she 1 On the stage, though,
she has a strong attraction for certain
FOB INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA, GAS,
SOUR STOMAGH PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN.
Time it! In five minutes your Stomach feels fine
Surest, quickest Stomach doctor in the world.
Vnn ilnn'l aunt a al reineilv alien
your ItOBtach la la I or an nnrertain
one- ir s bgrmftll our - -your Itomst ! '
loo vslugblet von imtin't injure it With
Pgpa'l Dlapepiln is noteii for its speed
iii giving relief: its harsileasnessi it.
rertaio unfailing irtlon in regulating
aick. snur, ga. letSScltS. Its millions
of cure" in liiii gestinRi llyiRSBslg, gss-
iHlli and n liir ttostarli troniiir list
ms il it fgtuiil - I lie worltl over.
kre this parfaet itaaaeh ! tor io
I jraui hotae kesy it hanil -get a large
eOcifc v aM IwL.
people. In seeing her the good womai,
feels so much hotter thet her soul rises
to blissful heights The worat of It Is
that we are always blaming the Frrn Ii
for this type of heroine. If ne sen a
bed S'oman on the plage we at onoe
conclude thnt she must be from Perls
She may have oome by a round-about
Way, but We feel sure ahe started from
Paris. I'm grateful to HtohOns for
putting Rella Donna In twin. Ion at the
beginning' It Is like saying that she
possible even In London -an 1 tint's
saying a good deal' If ws) accept her
at all we must regard her aa a uni
versal type "
'Hut sn unusual Ivpe""
"Yea, of course. In that respect she
Is llks it. d.la Oabler. Hut ahe has
nothlnr In common with tledda aside
from the fart that she Is bored by her
husband He is so good'" she added
with a grimace "And huabanda who
are merely tood must tie fear'nl bores
This woman la fnrtv-two, and she
realises that she has to hurry to get
all ahe can out of life."
THE DOWNS HAVE Ql VEN HER A
VERY BAD COLD.
' What do you get out of the role" I
ventured to ask
"l ew got s very had cold out of It.
for one thing" ahe laughed
'The costumes -are " I hesitated
"Tea. they are alt that even a trifle
Isse. perhaps." ah explained 'To he
perfectly frank, they sre very thin
But the colors are wonderful I took
my cue for the costumes from that
psrt of the hook which describee Rella
Donna's flrat visit to Haroudl'a daha
benh where ehe lies In the 'abln w'th
the little golden hall dancing on the
fountain and dreama of hrrsatf as an
Eas!es-n woman. That a why I dress
the part In Oriental colors after the
first act. Hut I sought for a enakv ef
fect only In the lam act costume Have
you aver aeen a snake Idle lt tall?"
Taken by surprise.. I could not re
member having U'ltneaaed this pleasing
"Often In anger," Mme Naxlmo-va en
lightened me, a snake turna fter',ely
upon Its own tall and bites It. It Is
t hla idea that I try to convey when f
stand alone outelde th villa after the
shutters have beeui slammed In my face.
The train of mr dreaa that trails down
over the steps ts supposed to euggest
the tad of a snake, and when I turn to
leave I step on It as though It were a
My friend De 7ayas moved un'sflly.
and a clock struck Ihe half hour.
"But." Mme. Naxtmova added bright
lv aa we rose to go "I like playing tag
part It's great fun f"
Willi tm C. Csrl will give Ihe second
of his four frt organ recitals nt the
First Preshylerisn Church on Mon I ly
evening, assisted by Adols Lasts Bld
win. contralto, and Edward rnmberg,
Lsura tlraves. sn Amerl an mOSSO
sop ran i w-ho has been singing with sue
ceas In Kngland, will make her New
York deb it al AeolUin Hall this after,
noon. With Percy Kshu as her ecooms
Klttv Chess ha m. who Is making s re
cital tour of Ihe West, will return for
her snnnal Chrlstoias matiASi at the
Lyceum Theatre on Dec ft,
Prof nam. lei A Baldwin wtll give
free organ recitals at ths City Collage
on to-morrow and Wednesday after
noons CABARET FOR CHARITY.
tSast side lions Settlement t 01 VS
Moeel "liner To-Mahl.
Th East gds nous- leitlsmenl
hats "jumped ' all rival in innate it
theatricals. i pia e of ihe oustomsry
"minstrel show'' the members da Idsd
to satisfy tie pros; resolve spirit this
year, ant iontgbt at Palm harden,
rlfiy-elghth stree' an i Lexington sv-
fif Iwent CSM from anv ilrug ati r and
then if anyone skoilln ea amneihing I
w hi i II lloatn'l agree Willi tlieiii . if what
ll.ey rat lav- lite leuii. ferment anil
MUM anil forms gas. causes heailni'e.
dittiaeSI snil Dauseai eructations of acid
and uadiaatted food pesttmbei ss soon j
a- Tape's DitpSttain tr n conlset LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS
srltli the itoBiarn n mob distress vaasti itt k. i i avij . HsWaaJ tsmei
Isbes lis promptness, rertaisty snd', ". ,..""..":' .. s..i i.om t.
. i . " leal T re tat 1 " M, fr si I t: gSUl n,
rate in ov erctiming the worst stomach H
disorders ia a revelation to thoae
j cn ci 'cr ' ci 1
I U ' ' f - as I
nue. will stage a cabinet show. WhlOh.
It la promised, will heat anvth'ng ever
before offered bv the Associated Clubs
of the Baal Slide House
The entertainment Is an annu il affair
The talent is supplied by the clubs of
the Settlement, of which then. :ire Hf:v.
and the proceeds go toward various
charitable enterprises w hich the work
crs of the House undertake.
Special ecenerv has bean hired for
to-night and a chorus of IM v oung ladles
and men will lake part In th. produc
tion which will be directed and Staged
by Meyer DeHsky.
Among the principal numbers on the
bill will be s novelty dan 'c by Miss
OertrUds Plgbar and into BTolk Mar
tin Murphy and M. HotStOS will sing
soma- of the popular songs There will
also be a Scotch SpealsttV M Miss
Nstalio Brewer and Fiank Thulla.
FIND HIW GUILTY OF
COATING GIRL WITH TAR.
Limit of Law AskeJ hy Jury tor
Yotiiti win) Joined in Au.vk
mi Miiinie La Valley.
NOHWAI.K O. Nov. l.-The Jury In
the MlnniS Is Valley tarririi. case re
turnoil a verdict lasi nlgOit of aullty of
assault and battery ogslnst Krnest
Welch, the first of the six men Indicted
to tie tried on the charge of stt Ipplug
and tarring me slrl In West i laikstteld
The )ury made a rsgUSOl that the
in a xi iintn penalty. I'.vm and eoatl and
six months' Imprisonment to given
young Well ; Jinlg.. ilarvev reserved
decision and Welch was released on
Welch, win the (lie .-.lines at OS
oharged with riotous eonsptraoyi a penal
offenae The lury decided tnai none of
the six hud engaged in a oonsplraoy(
tint mat the I. a Valley girl's testimony
had proved ooneluMvol) t t Welch was
among those who stripped he., stood
her mi hot held and daubed Met body
with In The J 1 1 r - was nut five lours
The court room was crowdsd with pe
m others ust
Medicine in their
families a a Ion
it' n u l b il
little o II c lie
ciiiiic w eak or run
down. Tile OOUf
Isbingi pure (ooi
e I e III II t I o
hii li the modi
tins is compose
it i v e flesh a in
1 r c n it t h mi-
tiring ti ick t h
flush f I lt
It is a safe ineiti
cine In use, la
cause it is free
from alcohol or dangerous drugs in auv
form. Not a patent medicine, liut a
doctor's prescription with more tlian M
years of r.i (let ii botlls Imlav.
gaas Avsrta am
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