Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
New Little Spanish Prima
Donna Confirms the
Good Impression She
Made at Her Fir$t Ap
pearance as Manon--Familiar
With Caruso, Emmy
Destinn, Riccardo Mar
tm, Amato and Dinh
Gilly, Crowds the Metropolitan.
BY SYLVESTER RAW UNO,
i avmj.i:i;A" mid "J'asllan l,"
the perennial doubl bill.
crowded 1h Mt'trotinlltan Opt r
Moos Wim nlclit Th popular auri
son t 1t) -four hours hrfor by Tlttn
afo, th mitcfi aavr'tUsfl harttnri of
Mr. Dispel' Pnlladrlphla-.'hleMKu rn
Company, ! vmI to otimulat Mr. Oaftl
CtntM'l artists to uih- n (fTott.
Both oprra we:c ung an'1 a. t.d wltll
tlbcir wontrd tStctlvwMM nd Inttntltjr,
In "Pallia, cl." l.iiTtala Bori, t'i now
It'll. Hpanrsh soprano. Inipo'surintltwr
Vs1ta. trior thai conllrnuxl th nod
".mpremlnn rhc Wm0t at her first oPPOSf
Dtp on UN urrninff nlcht of ttM ssa
inn, ton day a a- Manon LOOoasI
In I'll 'Mi. oprra. I ion hor ill .:
upon Hi itiir In th donaey iari lo
bar axoawtnatliiii un the otopi of th
perlpati'tlc. Sssatra h" eompsln-n atten
tion by her ar'l'tlr alnclrur ajnl by hr
fascinating personality Mat soiut to
the birds, aflrr she had ovan'onir a lit tin
nrrtro'ianrae that made hor shorten hor
phrase. aa rxpn-saeu with eloquent,
la the love duct with MIVM MM Bat
a dallarhtful appeal by the fre.h irss of
ber vole and the atThnoia of her art
Hig. In the mock tragwiy Mitt b am
real tho romblnatlirn of ooguetry and
torrnr was finely ahnan by her. Mia
Bori ha estshtl.-hd hor rWrht to he
reckoned with In any future computa
tion of the Metropolitan Opera ' om
Crno a ranli pap In flue SOtct n I
allThll'ul humor. If ever he alnmld
oesri a Job In could not fail U Met one
aa the beater of a drum uutnlde of a
ctrcu lie aanr the "Will I'anll.n rlo'
wtth steal power and pathoa ami with
out rxaaacrntlon, ftirntshln.7 a reallv
moving exhibition of hi capacitle. If
ho hod i lumen to ilistroy th'' artistic
The reaJ Atlsrrea Helen la In to new Usiptlst Blbla.
Mayor Oarnor MMM to tila notion wlUi tnraoient wplsditM.
Kiiaalan prince In Iondnn died from wal!owrn I, la false teeth
BANKER DIES IN HIS OFFICE.
Intherlann a sudden
WW WITT KOTO nliy wllh star hair was horn. no. In Huston, hut In
A Greenville CN. T.) farmer wa hurned t death by hi whlakem cst-hlnil
fir from Ma pip.
Count 7..pi-e 'n offer an aerial allM. It waan't hla slri-hlp that hovered nvw 1
th lOnrllah cosat. I
Oaptaln of e Mediterranean taamor, menaced hy r 'Hit lies
fis nstp on Die wireleaa
flroolrtyn- evwrenlo ! or etclted over the elKhtlsth Urthday of their
papa. It. I a .1 A Uortrni.
Ttie oldeat human belli In t! wsrtd la aakl to b Chief Kir Maker, a
niarkfoot Indian, who 1 In tit 1EM year.
Gov. elect Pularr expect to hare lot cf fnn down South tfeooUfl dunk and
i-oon and pretenillns: they ate offlce aneker.
II onJ-v klaand tier onre, and that wa In a klaxlna conteat at a party, ll
th 4fens of a man ailed In Juatlc e Ml Jur ootirt for broach of promise.
Th? nnc liiiptint llihlr r.hnno"ii "hell" to "mJituwM." Fnllnirtng
fAe gunmen expoturci, a rrrertc rhangn would be uppropruitr in Krw
It la aalfl that f ter cent, of the Klnwn ItlataM tinva eye dtaeaaa. There' a
poostMlltf they ot It atratnlna tlrclr eyea B ace n hat lir llau iiKcnta were dnlnif
v-lth their money.
f'lullne Wayne la I ha eiKeeeilc.! In wMhlnajlon hv Nora o' Avnn Paulino
ll tho cow that iputa the lalt In PrldHl Tall a care nu lalt. Nora 1 ta b the
Klft of a Milwaukee admirer of Mr. Wllaon.
Deputy Sheriff tried to attach a biplane In Qojdon OHy, hut tat aviator aaw
him coming and aalled away. Three mi'le awny tie aviator had to dsacend and
BM deputy, In an automobile, served hla paper.
A California nilllloaalra. aevontsMwxi yera old, on a honcyn:oon trip around
the world, and hla liluahlnic hrlde ft lxty-aeen arc returning h :n on r iterate
steamer. They nercn't oUl enoueh to know ttudr own mind.
Illusion the autlk'tiru kI"'Hv "jlil ,
have welcomed a ropotttlon of thai
aria. Amalo a Tonto ax called him- j
self Hla rendering of tit prologue,
alwaya remarkable, waa dlatlngulNheil
by more than uually retlned xIiikIhk
And artistic exprenalon. 1 1 erinail M
tt deliberately he were trying U mv.,,.1
any appeal to demonstrative emotl'in.
Tot the -tr''"" ne evoked would have
forced a leaser artist Into on encore.
Dtnh aiilv a Silvio, too. alngliik In
rise voice, exercised mo-e than h.
Uaual reprasKlon. Hadu, an Heppe,
awpt well In th slcture. The i horua
' kad admarabJs balance. The combined
i rrct seas one of th bast pi i form
aitcoo of the opera ever clveu
In "Tavallerla." which wan prcaentrd
Aret. Ken my Uaatuan kavT a moat mov
tn tnrperaonatlon of ajnuaxu. one of
her atrongaat part. Both in voice and
fcj octlon b aa nmr than uauallv
Oloquant. lUccardo Martin aang a.ml
acted Turrlda with nntannted warmUi.
la freedom of action he ohowed uaton
Ishlnif growth. Olnh OUly made an lm
preulv Alho and Jeunn Maubutirg an
oaTectlve l.ucla Maria Puchcne, aa
Lota. ang wdl. hut mted much of
tho coquetry which makea the character
worth wall. Oiorglo Polarco onducted
both opera admirably. He controlled
Ua ohorus and orchestra lo terfectlon
and showed dlarretlon n well aa mat-
t.r.'ulnea In in direction of all the
Alwln Srhroeder, the favorite 'cellist,
and hi dnughter, Hedwlg rVhroSHlcr,
pianist, gave a Joint rc 'ltal at Aeolian
Hall last night before a large and In
tcreitOd nudlenre The prngramm In
cluded Iluhlnsteln'a olUttfl In I uialor
and works of lla'h, i hopln, I'ebuaay
nnd Max Hritch
John Thompson nave a piano recital
Aeolian Hall ycatenluy afternoon
which hegan with l.lazt'a fantaale on
the theme "llach." atnl Included illuatra
tlona of Htahina, S'-huniann. Mendila
aohn, Chopin and Mo-mkowakl.
DIES AT WHEEL OF AUTO.
IBXXt N H., Nov. SI. fleorsa A
Humner. for fourtien year pnatmastar
of tills town and a former Itepreaenta
tlv in the Ktata Iegialattir, dleil of
heart dlacaar whll at th steering wheel
of hi automobile yesterday ami th!
rnorhlne rraahed Into a fence, throwing
out the dead man and his daughter and
a woman friend
The latter, Mrs .lo.rph Ohaffee, waa
badly shnkrn up and aotnewhat brVlaad
Mlaa Anns Sumner w.s uninjured. Mr
Sumner waa psvoBtythroa yeai a oM.
Vleilm of Anslna Peetorl.
Oeorye It Su th' rlar.d, a hanker living
at No. M WmH "ne Hundred and Tlfrh
atreet, dr Ppod dead of heart dl"ea
vestcrdny aftern ion In hla office at No.
19 Wall itraaL Dr. Kloyd It. Knnlst of
No. West (lt Hundre I and Fifth
atreat had been treating Mr. Suther
land for angina pe Gloria
Mr. RuttlOf laftd waa slxty-foir year:'
old. He whs PloMdonl of the BaQl of
Campbell, St ulieti County, which he
had catnb'.lahcd In IsTR a trurtee of the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home of Hath, N.
V , and member of many patriotic and
ptl II all Pa rapid societies. II leaves a
widow anl one daiiKbtar, Mr. Charles
W. talt of llocheater.
TAKE ON WEIGHT
Swlai Remedy Diitld I p Body and
STOMACH SICK, SOUR, UPSET AND
c FULL OF GAS? RAPE'S OIAPEPSIN.
t 1 , i Mil fa I all x 1 1 .' tx .1
in live in mines . i ime ir. : ;n nidigcM ion. iioan niirn,
and Dysjx'psiii gone anl your sttHuoch feels fine.
Wonder what upset your stomach -wliich
Mirtion of the food did the damage
do you.k Well, don't bother. If your
stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy and
upset, and what you just ate has fer
mented into stubborn lumps; your liruil
ditxy and achra; belch gam- and acidn
and cruciate BBtUfltatM food; breath
foul, tongue coaled jut take a little
lliaprpsin and in five minute - you will
wonder what became of the inditft'stion
Millions of men mid women to-day
lt thai it is nccillcn lo have n bad
stomach. A lillle DiapepKin OMaatoB
ally keeps the stotnacli reaulalrd uul
they cat their favorite foods without fear.
If your stomach docan't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion, if
your food is a damage instead of a help.
remember Hie quickest, sureal. most !
harmless relief is rape's Pi pepsin, which
costs only lifly cents for a larc case at
drug stores. li s truly wonderful it
digest., food and set tilings straight so
gently and easily that il is astonishing.
I 'lease don't go on and on with a vcnk,
disordered stomach; it's so uiitiecessii ry
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST
HUNTER WHISKEY IS THE BEST
Perhaps You Don't Know
How Badly You Want a
YOU want it because you
want efficiency in your shav
ing. You want comfort a
clean, cool, velvet-smooth face.
You want to get rid of strop
ping and other nuisances.
You want to shave in three minutes
instead of ten.
You want to save the money you pay
for honing for shaves and tips.
The Gillette Safety Razor is all around
the most practical shaving device in the
It is used by Five Million Men. It
will shave you as if invented specially
for your beard and skin.
Get a Gillette. Get it today.
Stop at the first good Gillette window you sec. Look
the razors over Standard sets, $5: Pocket editions, $5
to $6: Combination and Travelers' sets, $6 to $50.
Gillette Blade two rises of Packet, 50c. and $1 .00.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY. BOSTON
fCdBUMMM t B80)
US (iM K.relnx. at 0 oTIoca. 5pOS
I Open SaluKlay. I mil i I". M. OB J
A RICH, RIPE AND ROYAL RYE; A NUTRITIOUS RARITY
THE FAVORITE FOR TWO GENERATIONS
i. III si. H I . Vllllu. ..
uut iHkii.u Ho ffoik.
Chairs, f AO
Lc at her
1 .l m A A
Cateaitoa A n0,-""l'7 II V
3 4 5 Room Apartment
Outfits at s75, $125, $150.
This Mich Post
laig Uf r Brtss
Bed, SrriBg and
lult ly Free with
each $1110 pur
r IsJC.Ee ihisMochrosi
Respectable Credit Is Extended
Cash Prices Prevail
H'titr for ntir nw
HOtlKI ET i Miiitnnlnif
litftirittHl Inn rtKiirtllns
our uutrltH. initUrd
l it I V..
We Pay Freight and
Ol K IJBKRAI. CRKn.
it TBBH1 asoU alaa
lo I nine Islaud. New
Jersey anil I onai-etleul.
Thr Ip a r moiin Rirla Brtpl rM ion
CStlM Hlrolln for the tlMnW ClIMtfrilP
tl'in. mtttf'h hid Istohr he-nn liiinui id :Ut
hl roiinlry, hm) whlh hue Urm kirn i
(0 mill sit ntsrt) aa twelv to 'Ifiet-n huuihIb
to it iaii"M wrlpfnl i a f w month
It fl- ..n, pi ',( t ll 10) t"" HI"" tal'l"
rtirrhmr th tuttrrin pTftrrn. It Hptrf a wtth
I hfl SMllOSl H'litimih. arnl oI1m iKarrition
in hu h ii I'K' tti.it arHily atll niiiir-Intiint-iit
In I h rnull .
Tii in rsmsrfcsMs renipdv. which hw th
tnrlrrroonienl of 1 1h loarlffifl moI(i' ' of
K tiros, tnnlnlni no lnu-mful Sr liabtt
r 'r m if i ar dua.
M .in know rt ny r-ne luffstinpl from
t'niipumr'tlrin yon Will ! rlntnK h. Sfiio I
t hi ii m t'nr thfin hv w 1 1 ma addition I In
f ir in it Ion about Hlrolln rmm tiro rtlrnlln
i i . Wfat flrfiadway New Yuri Cit. Itikff-
ii.B.'Tt ... Htorf", arift all trAdina dniptvi! arc
-i nWimUng Hu 'Ha With rmoMr-afipe air-t-aaa.
Spend Five Minutes
& Save ion a Suit or Overcoat
At the Hpxkett-Carhart store nearest you,
awaits an opportunity your opportunity
Take a little time today and investigate this
statement of fact. It means money to you.
(jo to that Hackett-Carhart store. Ask
to be shown any style suit or overcoat you've
teen and fancied this season. Try on what
ever you like, and forgive no flaw.
Then, after you have satisfied yourself that
these are really clothei of first quality that
the styles and fabric and tailoring are beyond
reproach inquire the price.
It will be just about one-half what you
expected to pay. And that's why the clothes
themselves are the greatest argument in their
The styles shown in both suits and over
coats would be a revelation to those whe
patronize the most expensive tailors on Fifth
Avenue. And throughout the entire assort
ments is that quality of fine tailoring which
marks the handiwork of master-craf tsmen.
In overcoats alone are shown over 750 fabric
designs, in 60 different models. Garments for
every occasion, and for all sorts of service.
And a myriad of models and fabrics are
embraced in the vast array of suits. All the
Continental, English, Fifth Avenue and College
style ideas are represented here in their finest
But you will have to see them for yourself.
Nor will you have to know values in order to
appreciate that, whatever your selection, you
will average here a
$15, $18, $20 and $22.50
$20, $22.50, $25 & $28 d1 Q CA
$25, $28, $30 and $32.50
$32.50, $35, $38 and $40
$35, $38, $40 and $42.50
$40, $45, $48 & $50
$15, $18, $20 &
$18, $20, $22.50,
$22.50, $25, $28430
& $32.50 SUITS. .
$28, $30, $32.50,$35
& $37.50 SUITS .
$32.50, $35, $37.50
6z $40 SUITS
$35, $37.50, $40 & gOT C
$45 SUITS Ov
Near Chamber, St.
Oppoiitt City Hall.
at 13th St.
Nrar Union Sq.
119 We,t 42d St.,
154 Eait 125th St,
Near 3rd Ar.
Friday Nov. 22d
9 A. M . to 11 A. M.
2 P. M. to 4 P. M.
Greatest Value Ever Known
Tlili amle will lona; be remembered bj
-w Verk Jeweler no well e tboe for
tunate ennush to obtain on of theae
Lad lew (.old 111 left it nnlne Dlsmond
Uutrhea for SR. I Note: Actual also lllaa
tratecl above. I We are aTolnar to Intro
dure the laieot at le uf LarileV iMamond
vYatrhee at tbla -tale, and have reetrirted
the hoiira aa atated nlmve m It will not
Inlerfere with our reralar Watt'li baalneaa.
We will have an rtra fnrre of einefieavre!
Wui it naleamrn tur theae hoora who will
tell vou all yuu wish to know about
Watchm. The vaJiie of theae YVatebae ta
he nold at 4t. In at leant aUB.IMt. ftaine
Jeweler will charge vou more whe they
have them In their ntork next month.
Your money returned tf jrou do not rare
lo keep theJAii for an.v roaaon. I'leaoe note
iht iiourti or una nir to-morrow. rner
will not be on nale nt any other time for
.". No mall or nit-aeiicer ortlrra filled).
Jfwelera and Watch Tradera are rueated
not to attcnint to obtain them, aa the.v
Mill he refuaed. The nuiillc muat set the
benefit of every one of them, and tliey
were Hold to ua with thin underatandlasf .
WATCH CHOI I A Hills I Ur-lL.
FINE GOLD WATCHES
for the tlolldaya aro now belna ahown
In our Watch Henartment for at leant 2s"
per cent, loan than you moat par for them
hanar thani In our
l ImiiiK Hefiart ment and adjuat them four
ttmen a daj until called for. If rou wlnh
to make a aeleetlon now. No entra coat
added for thin. Note our Special Price
for thin nalo.
ntm.Wi Holtd 1H-K. tlold Watch for BlttA i
I .ir. Solid is k. (.old Wutch for tH
(M solid I -I -It. tlold Wutch for UI!
.r.tM solid ll K, fsnld Watch for lo
.'In.iMi HiJld I I K. (old Watch for -.
'aSn.tHr Solid I l-K. Qota Watch for IB I
Watchr nu nil u-'i from u. If nniat I
fU4 ttr. can ht returned within ten daj
and we will refund all of your money on ,
r4jurt or enchattKe them for new ooea.
CHARLES A. KEENE
a Dlamonda Watchea, Jewelry.
loll Broadway. New York!
on I NTII. l O'CLOCK.
all Imi ar favsd arttetaa aV
rrrsaa ta Ta Wta wUl bo
Utad at Ta Wnll'1 ls(.is.
asa earaoo. rallti.r Haiidla
amass, larh SUwi War 14'.
t'pUWB Offlr. BrtSlWt MS
M KM I k at. Bad Br.sdwa1
WarM'a Harl.m Offle. SMS)
Waal lSMh at., aad Wrl'.
smUn offtr. aoa Wln
taa at.. Brasklra. far SO aars
fllwtas Iks priaUas ol ta
Lord & Taylor
Friday and Saturday
We Will Place on Sale
Men 'S English Made BoOtS
(Not hand-made throughout, but hand work
where it counts for comfort, fit and shape.)
$4.85, $5.85, $6.85
Values $6.00 to $10.00.
Boys 9 Shoes $2.35, $3-oo, $395
Some Very Special Values in
English Folded Four-in-Hands imported and
domestic silks in a large assortment of colors
65c Values $1.00 to $2.00.
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs with hand em
broidered initials, corded borders.
35c each $4.00 per dozen
Fount's' and Dent's English Tan Glovws
$1.50 per pair
Imported Chamois Cloth Gloves in gray and
65 c per pairXauc 1 .00.
Full Dress Reettis
Accordion Knitted Silk Full Dress Reefers.
('rochet Weave Silk Full Dress Reefers in
pearl, while and black.
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
i m itw-i.1 ifsa Mud. mi i