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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, IMS.
EDISON WILL MAH
His Latest Device Gives Start
ling Effect of Realism to
ITS THE KINETOPHONE
Phonograph and Picture Ma
chine Keep Perfect Harmony
in Reproducing Scenes.
E Famous English Contralto, 6 Feet 2 1-2,
MOVIES TALK FOR
PUBLIC IN 30 DAYS
Deplores Lack of Height in Best Tenors
T o -im A Kd'ton ".iJ lo-diy tnat
e.n the luccesgful demonstration of
Ml lalkWl "roovlet" at his Watt Orange
la tsr; a tor. ha had no tnleglvlngs about
1 IttMl Invention of n'i balng turned
over to ihe public about thirty daya
s:l btl "II la a Utile raw rat. but
a:.'h ue ai.:ii us."
Tea ne. mar.ei
t r.une an, I a mmhlnation of th mov
Ins pUtUN IMCbiM and tie phono-
But, Clara Butt Say, Not
Diminutive Size Keep
Her Out of Opera, It Is
the Scarcity of Leading
Parte for Women Not
She Can't Abandon Her
World - Wide Concert
lours to Flay lame
Nurses or Wicked Moth-ers-in-Law
Singing to English
Speaking Audiences in
BY SYLVESTER RAWLIXG.
eeXTTT-U NOW, it li a bit
grapi With n syrirhronlclng device that
ptoilu. ra au effect truly wonderful. A
dejnons'.ra'.Vi'i was given yesterday for
Tha aarforminaa opened with a lec
ture by a pictured man who to'd all
bo.it Mr. HJison'a invmt.nna. Kdlaon
got a l.tt'.e nsrvou during fhts. Tha
ma. i In the ptrtuta Itrp; on talking and
then !enion;tra,led that ths n-.aeMn
ball I ay? Inconven
ient for a contralto 6
feet 2 1-2 Inches fall, ae I am. to
called the k.neto- have aspiration for opera when the
'ending tenor of the time, with one
or two exceptions, can boast of noth
ing better tn height than from 5 feet
10 down to 6 feet 3, Isn't It?" aald
Clara Butt, the English contralto,
when I called upon her. "And that's
what the courteous and affable re- i
porters who met me when I arrived
the other day gathered from thehaj
lW la .... I - WH
jfa i nurr.ea interrogations or me.
-no. .id reaeral atl kinds n Hindi
broke a plait nd Ha wear. .nd M '0u know the reason why 1 have
Ion ,-ig cutkM wars a pi'. it t given my life up to oratorio and to
had really beeti done In th aioratory. MScrt work. Inatead of to opera
n fll.r.s nera ahown. loni of . . ...
. . i Das nothing to do with my own
thei dramatic and ioxi oom. and toe
auditor wera '.niprsiserl with the par-'height or the height Of tenors,
fee: Illusion. When actor walked Where can a contralto find oppor-
lown atase their Mitt increiaeil
voUtne at their Ague aaJM near
PRODUCED THRILLS LIKE A
, One ptOtttN -howed tM quarrel scan
tro- "Julius Caaaar." This and other
pictures produced the th.T.le on (
tlmea gets IS regular theatre
Hr, h'd'.icn'i rhlef mxlnrer. M. R.
'Mr. Bdlson realixed :ht tJ iy:u-hron-Im
the motion pletur- anri the phono
graph It would b nec.s"-ry to taka
voice nd action t'.multantoualy. Thle
made necessary Me gtVflopment of a
re order of a if, dent delicacy to catch
h' slightest sound wavea . : a distune
of t least fortv ft. In ordo.- .hat tha
omettmei rldlculoua tranalatlona that
are furnlahed. Vet once, in Ixmdon,
whan I vaulted to sing three of
Dralbma'a aonga, admirably tranalnteil,
In Kngllsh, tha crltl j assailed me for
my audacity In daring to sing Hrahms'
song In anything Tint German. How
ar artlata to accomplish anything In
thla line if the critics do not uphold ua?
"One great obstacle to s: wring in
KnarHsh la the common Inability of
men and women born In America and
Kngland tn pronounce their own tongue.
, I ...... lni..t Tka U .11.-
"Covent Garden, a long time ago and JSJ .,,.,. Th.v ,
:peatay, baa been gocl enough to i ..-, ... ...... . Kn-
r -"-pa UtO I gaWsaal
S MMC. CLARABOTT 6"T 2i,N fLWkg SaWilB
-Xi y wksmBmSMMMmsm
yyj A 'm !wswa VwTB '.' i '?
l Hvtil I P tasaslBTl Ce
man. such aa Mas
PENCE FOR LeS 1
IS THE TIP GIVEN OUT
IN WASHINGTON NOW
Newspaper Man Who Was
Active in Wilson Campaign
May Be Collector.
LIVE SPORT NOTES.
tunlty In opera?
. o i aid i modern
picture ma- Ik-star,
ask ma to Join its opera company. But
what parts ar there for m to lng?
1 have sung Orfeo. In Cluck's lovely 1
'Urfeo rd Burydtoa'. I might sing Am-
inarl In 'Aid.' or Aaucana In Tro-
(vatore-, but what el? There g noth
ing left for a conn alto but. amall part
tairsea snd wicked mothers-in-law. In
the earliest daya of opera, composera
Thed In mind contraltos and baritones.
For soma generation they have thought
only at soprano and tenors nd have
written principally for them. Evan
Wagner gave alight consideration to
contraltos, and the revolutionary Rtob-
rd Strauss and the apoetles of the
recording spps-stus m'.cn'
ha flsid of tbe lens of toe
chin Thl eaa gaaeaipiwaea or.iy
after year of patient rk."
Mr. .Kdlson said ths ioo.-.i was loo
mall for tn strsrt.i of ine sound
If this Uemonslralloti had been In lbs
JIStropolltsTi Dpsra llooss ll would I
have been m.ici better." he added.
"Wltha probably the next Uiree yeara
nearly all the :ovu plature theatr
will contain stage th else of regular
theatres and Ins'.ead of a lew actor tha
films will show ho!s co;npnls
A BIG AGENCY FOR LPLIPT OP
"Tht will pur ih flne'. operas snd
ths heal d.aioas within reach f th
poorest IMtrs Kor a nickel he will be
able to see ;ust as gjoi prrformancea
ait srs no reserved for iho rich man
only. U ill be a big agency for the
urtlfl of the poor.
:.. .e ths pisce
French school havs don no
GIVEN AN OPERA REPERTORY,
M ME. BUTT WILL JOIN FOLD.
"Find operaa for ms so bhat I may
have a aalri-nent repertory and I will
gladly Join the operatic fold. It wonld
be aliurd to think of my giving up th
concert flld for present opportunities
In opera, and I am too much of an art'.at
and have too muoh respect for my pub
lic to try and combine th tiro lines of
endeavor. My husband and I And a
fruitful field In our concert worli and
preparing for It artistically and prop
erly keep u busy."
The conversation turned to Bngllati
taste In music. Mme. Butt protested
aaralnat a rxnark of mine as bo th
banality of modern Engliah aonga, of
i' hi h I wrote in this column from Ion
don last iprlng. I quoted Maggl Teyte.
lleh as they are taught to sing In Ger
man, or In FTnch, Of In Italian. Then
the matter of alnglrg In the vernacular
will he nm h easier of accomplish
ment "How supine we sre. In Ixmdon we
hear programme utmost entirely Ger
man, or almost entirely French. It 1
Inconceivable that any American or
Engl!h artlat could succeed In Paris or
In Berlin giving programmes all English."
SOMETHING ABOUT MME. BUTT
AND HER HUSBAND
Mme. Clara Butt Is considered In Eng
land and In all the British colonies the
greatest of llvmg contraltos. She has
n enviable reputation, too
t.nent of Kurope. She ma
win n '"? the little English soprano of th Phlla
of in e o.nl Bahand blood p. ay. for, - Z- " . .
jhns much Setter '.: will be to lt and
watch play wi.ere :hc IQORSry Is Dipt
painted OMVag, but the real city strest.
th rl farm-yard!
"As for Its hlstor'.- 'slue, that ran
only ne gueasrd. Th' inauguration of a
President or other Important avenl cam
he preserved tn act and sound for th
fvit ire. In f-"t there aeem to be no
end of tne possibilities of this Inven
AMOS RUSIE LOCKED UP.
lelphla-Oilragn Cipsra Company, who
In a recent Interview published In Musi
cs! Amerlc. aald all that I had aald
and mora. -Mme. Butt admitted that the
popular ballad concert In England were
sorry affairs, but eh declared that they
were losing support and that there are
. young composer In England to-day. a
j there ar in America, who ar writing
, songs of sufficient beauty and musical
merit to meet the demaada osT th
; most exacting, and that the public ap-
vislt some fourteen vers ago, when her
voice and her urt won recognition, but
h has not returned tn America until
' the preaent time. Meanwhile her vogue
j has grown until In til fr corner of
th earth her name 1s a household word
I with music lover. Hhortly ftr her
return to Englan.l from her flat vlalt
to Amerlc she married Kennerley
jVimford. an Kngllsh singer of dis
tinction. They usually appear In con
certs together and they are to give a
Joint recital the week a'ter next. Mme.
Butt Is to maks nor reappearance in
New Tork neat we,-k aa the soloist wlt'i
the Volpe Symphony Orchestra. She
and her husbsnd ar Jointly to give
recital throughout America until the
eptin; and them go on to Australia and
New Zealand, not returning until De
cember. Mt. Rumford. who hnt never been In
America before. Is much Impressed with
New York. The view of the olty com
ing up th t . he thinks. 1 itrperh,
and the tall hulldlnc-. with their diver
sified architecture, ae Ihlnats of heaiity.
Thetr three children Joy, Hoy and Vic
tor, respectively ten. rlna and sis year
old Mm. Butt aald, had not got ovr
the eaa royaae, which left them some
what undisciplined. They were to be
ant to Ung Island with their nurse to
ho got under proper restraint.
came smilingly happy. And so It went
fur two and a half hours.
Beginning with "A New Tear' Greet
ing." by If T. Burleigh, a healthy hit
of negro sentiment. Miss Cheethsm
shifted to th-ee dainty little children'
songs In French, In which her diction
was a qulslte a the sentiments were
capttvntlng. She followed with a batch
of children's songs In English, some
familiar and some new. "Mttle lc
Grenler," In the patois of th Canadian
French habitant, bv William Henry
Prummond. with which ehe opened the
second part of her programme, was
touching. Besides, Ml' Cheafnam gave
ome Old Nesro Songs ani .".aying.
her now famous 'Matilda, i-uncni-nrlk"
and "Horn Traditional Nuraery
More than one of M as Cheatham'
offering's she had 10 rep-nt. and esch
tmie she displayed one remarkahl
phase of her art. Its spontaneity. Al
ways th repetition, 'In vole and In
gesture, was different from the original.
Th labor Involved In unearthing the
new thlna that Mlsa Cheatham In
variably prrsonta mult be enormous,
sia-ev hev are wortn presenting. But
i .he iosi on accumulating favorltea
with th public, aa 'ie has been doing,
and which her audleni demand every
time ah gives an entertainment, ahe
.in never herln to gat through with
on th Con- 1 tnm )n one afternoon. It's no wonder
de us a first i., ,h. overlooked onf of the best of
her con vulelng stories rsBterwr
noon. But we hd laughed nough and
he must be forgiven.
"TR O V ATO RE" WELL SUNG
WITH GAD8KI AS LEONORA.
There aj a tlrrliMC performance of
Trovtore" at th Metropolitan Opera
House last night before a large audlenc
that aeemed to er.Joy to the full the old
KITTY CHEATHAM GIVES
A NEW YEAR'S MATINEE.
Kitty Cheatham at bar annual New
DVm that SearS ""iir a. , WW i riir
BnATTIsV. Ian. a. Aasos it..., one
a pitcher fvr Ine New Vor National,
tn committed to the oounly all la at
r ht on a .harg of thieatenlng tn
ttlil his wife, who iwon Ui th com-
li ! slleced that Btia! drove hi wife
k. i laiialM ,n I W( llHta aliwk- I I
ter. Jtlio tne ssrvrs. ii orom-r nuie , -,.. .hould not he .... tn . Ua
i' g;ekeg: at tha Seattle ball park, i fUitr that all the people can undr
pXlnce tb olose of tile ball season he I stand Of course, the ohlf difficulty
hs been working aa a laborer. ii.n m th nearly lweye Inltlc1ent anI
preclatlon of them 1 growing. Th
trouble In England, ah said, wa
the belief thsi rongllsh was unslngsbl I yesterday fairly excelled herelf In the
still m.i'nia ned. We had passed that charm oi" her entertainment. Her vole
stag In America, 1 told her. The op- 1 responded eae.l.v to her wish both In
ponsnt hre of opera In BnctUh had ; singing and In speaking. Her art was
abandoned that point. g varied a rh sentiments and mood
SONGS. AS WELL AG OPERAS, IN ; hoete of songs and atorles -nhe
Vur ucauscni an appeal of her arch, graceful; fascinating
THE VERNACULAR. nerannalltv was Irresistible. The larifs
m glad to hear that." said Mice BtKiienc of ohildrn, young and old, fell
it l aosura mat songs, aa wan completely under her sway. IXow she
familiar, tuneful opera
...U!i,.i esneiialiv for the
singing of Johann.i Gadakl as Leonora,
i her flret appearanco In the part tnis
season, in private. Mme. uausai aruin
blaa at the arduousness of a protrex-ted
concert tour from which h has only
recently returned; but It seems to havs
had no effect upon her voice except to
Improve It She has never euog so well
as ahe Is singing this season or with
suoh opulence and appeal. The admira
tion she evoked wa shared by all the
prtncriiel artists. Ixiils Homer showed
more titan usual tragedy and pathos and
luwrlous lnglng In her Impersonation
of Aauoena: no one would have dreamed
that T.eo Sli'zak. as Manrlco, had been
111, so well and vigorously he sang;
Amato, aa the Count, wae at his best,
his "II Bairn" wlnnln especial flavor,
and Herbert Wltherspoon sang and act
ed Ferra-nrlo admirably. Emma Bornlg
gla. Audlsslo and Beschlgllsn held th
smaller parts, tha chorus sang with
spirit and Sturaul conducted well.
i "THE TALES OF HOFFMANN"
TO BE SUNG AT METROPOLITAN.
"The Tales of Hoffmann " whloh eras
ons of Mr. Hammersteln's most sucess
ful productions at th Manhattan
Opera House during his Interesting ex
periment there, n-lll he prentd for the
flret tlm b th Metropolitan Opera
Company next Saturday afternoon. Mr.
nattl-Oasasr.a promises for Offenbach's
Nrclalauase. No one
rice Renaud. will Impersonate the three
spirits of evil. They will be taken In
order bv Dldtir. Ulnh OUly and Rothler.
Krleda Hempel will be tare doll. Olive
Frernatad will be the Vtnextaa beauty
and Lucresla Borl will be Olyasgaa.
Relss. D Bogurole and Raj sd as I en!
be in the oast. In general a very streasg
one. and Mr. Potaooo will OOBdUOX.
"OteDo." Its Ant isrrfortnanc of tha
season delayed a ween.
night, with Prance AMa
and Amato In tne
"Madama Butterfly" en W.
Oeraldlne Farrar. Martin
and The Gin of th Oelden West" en
Thursday, with Emmy Deartasa,
and Amato and tne rest car one
. .at Ar, uinonncedV Toaoan
ducting each opera. "The Magic Plata"
will be repeated on Friday evenrrsg, with
Iled Hemnel a QlMOn Of th Night,
i..hannw cadski as Pamlna and Herbert
Witherrpoon aa naraatro. Tha real af
the oast will be the same. Alfred Herts
'Orfeo ed Eurldioe," with H
M.H.WI XnarkM and CBS. Will be SUSkg
at the Brooklyn Aoademy of Muses on
iniitsli Rnrl nansnea Mulford. Olnh
only and Rtooardo Martin will ha tha
ootolste at to-morrow night's concert.
The quartet from "RleToleHo" erlll to
JOHN MeOORMACK TO OIVE
A RECITAL TO-MORROW NIGHT.
John MoCormack. ths Irish tenor,
slsted by Charlotte Maconda, soprano
and Spencer Clay, aeeosnpanlet at the
piano, will give a recital at Carnegie
Hall to-morrow evening at whteh hs
will sing. In addition to several opt
all.- aria for which he is famous,
dtstln- , number of favorite Irish songs. Intruding
WASHINGTON, Jon. t -Thomas J.
Pence, a wall known newspaper man, la
the preaaaM stiinaoosr to William Lsstb
Jr. as Collar tor ef Ouetoma at New
Mr. Fence waa pukilcttv director for
Gov. WITson tn I be awe-convention cam
paign and la ctoee to William F. Mo
Combs, Chairman of tbe Demooratlo
Mr. Feme boo mod New Tork hi
home recently. He waa la Washington
for ten years He waa In Washington
vaaterday. hut went last night to New
York to be at Demooratlo headquarters
white Mr. MoOoraba to to the Seutaweet
on a bueteeaa trip.
Taomaa J. Fenee seas barn In North
Carolina H years ago. He was gradu
ated from Wake Fereet College, the
leading Baptist Institution of learning
In the South, and than bee an a re
porter on the Kaleigh Peat. A decade
ago he cam to Washington to repre
sent that newspaper. Later he waa am
ple red by Joseph us Daniel to repre
sent th Balslgh News and Observer at
th national capital. Five year ago
Mr. Pence waa consented with the New
Tork San' Washington bureau.
H be-ams part cat ths Democrat! o
organise Hen. with headquarter at Onl-
i. la ln. For years no kas aeon a
peroonal and polltioal friend of William
Bryan. After tne Baltimore Conven
tion Mr. Pane went to New Tork to
help Mr. MoOosntM with th campaign.
After tne Men toe ar rno went to
Europe for a reat
Mr. KtddeJI. before departing for
reehlatrten with hi men. said:
"Wo don't really know at Into moment
ere Mr. nook of oiler lo or whore he
aa been, though wa are tovgety to-
oltned to woltove that ho to and baa boon
tor oeveral dajw at gftr-feuiaii Mreet
Danny Meenan, the sperdv auburn
haired forwsrd on th Columbia
basketball quintet, will return to
th game nxt . Friday evenlnn.
when tne Blue and White and th"
I Princeton Ave ned here In their sec
j olid mtereolleeTtate game of the IsIM I
season Meenan has 'been followed by
a hoodoo of 111 luck ever etneo Novem
ber, when the Columbia schedule
started. Early In HM aeason be suf
fered a badly dlslocstcd shoulder In
errimmage practice with teammates
and had to keep out of toga for two
weeko. tn the alumni game on Pec. 11
he ouatalned a torn heel tendon after
a rough mlx-up with some of the "old
rads," and a a consequence hsd to
i RAPE'S! BREAKS
A COLD AT ONCE
ths ewssmae mi imi at i - . i,t. . t , r - -
esmed stresi ArstUar nlshi heteeen Jssim sore llirost, mucous catsrrhal discharges.
Met iro at Dsnns and Prlwirl ReTn.4ia nf tne .lln(1;n. ,,f i,.. n.,.,. ..ie.nii tiffiteei
Aassuta- saiuenl Cub ef tie. rit, Mllnt ,n running oi tne nose. , irrnrs, niliaeas
First close of Pape's Cold
('onipound ends all
Vaj ran siinly mil tirippe asaj
liresk up llic mosl severe cold either
in 1m ui. chest, back, stomach or limb.
Iiy taking a dose of Pane's Cold C'obb
pouml every two hours until three coat
seculive doses arc taken.
ll promptly relieves the most mierr
alilr I In. he. iltillncss. head and
nnsi' tiilfcil tip, fevrrishnesa, sn
'VV'n for lbs fossser 17 eenrs m
TTOt sKsrnnon rssns ' . .
ess stssssg wewi
el Umr sill ta tu
IB) I41 U.
Rsal CasadUa ee-Seir will fee rsaial ie-m!it '
eve ihs tsssss eefresWJSHsl Me., 111 Cetlsis nf
ssesaseal and wis aum rsiTspiiiy 4 imsn
sssst at ths St Itl hnlM Mak la ehst l la 11- 1
Ml. MI.-. In I .Mil., 1 .11. . . ..
'fissriiinsMs asnas. TM u flea: tun iui misery as promntlv ami without any
ssaaisjpiiiasii sss ssse asjsri ,.,i,f,.. or lis.l after-effects
S-crnt packsge nf Pane's Cold
snd rlieunialn- twinge.
Take this wnnilcrful Compound OS
directed, eilhoul inlerfcrence erlth your
ususi iliitirs anil with the knowledge
that there is nothing rise in the world
which will cure vonr old or end Grippe
I!.! euiAds oi ths l. mi. i .b
In rhs fVsirt'i smi'isl
oTifl lata nf (lis i'"ll
'.. less nf tic
Tart ssl she Sagsssors ".. 1
iIot of New
.,.- . at
ths a--iui .. Ilie Msnlatuss 1 liud. i4ter
4ay. to iter iv!s ptssets i- -i ..--.. n or
lOs e-OPS nf S KilMI 1. 2. I'nenctt rsi. rr
asetsd on lbs nsasmore r teaoi nj J. .t
men ami J. .anssl. ijm ysle msklnB sri even
st ths first sad rhlnl im 1. ... ta
th ssnss ths iVakats ef ttie Gut N' Ter
hssas ssltb a total ana i .", m i'( bsiui
less ths fire, a ths vennn.1 sod f.Mictli snd Ued
taiideraiilk forsasr mhSier nf the
Cbleaso NaUnnal lasgu etoh. .. flanrel Is
She Ossl Or which Jos Ttsser earns In 1'lneln
sastl ss Basessc. has hean iraOel to tUe Liu.
sin Awsrliaa !,. . hih fm m.w w ,1
. slss former t'hieas iMteher. Maiiajer
bw soOeuacsd thai s .-ash ....iwderstton alan
ssjiiu ngwa IS "h ilea' If Oiews iH-oel attla t .
a Is tia csaase asssna.
( 'nmnotinil. which any druggist
uppiy- icept no substitute contala
no quinine liclongs in every home.
'fate untatoly haa given as a merry
nto tlm. wait aay that for htm,
though It waa a iui tilnty that w would
have aorvejt Mm wtU th ssabpoesaa in
Che end. Tf tro any mtU afar Men to him.
hs may kssrw Chat lie naa given aa the
In s fsM
St HI M. i.a, Ilink t' e t .
f sgnrtaaan' II If i Kent"!
fsslsd ths lesss trim (liUsr . h..l br s soars
SI SS V.
Ths Inest ssqi1iimi Iasmtis eltik has islssaal
Oaletisr Jtmsir SHepHsm la la llt.ffale Inlarita.
Una a! fasanis ebib Staohena Saoel tlie Hr iwna
U ISOf. nvsaln fmaa lha Daas ehei nl t.i.
Wlllsss r Oareelns haa tsslfasd ss sesfUssta
Ossssarar sr-l ssreslaiT nf ths eesuaHiss sa las
sansatbsa nf sUUstl- sports at Qarianl t'nirssstu.
Mr. Oesesssa aai 1 that nsssnaal bnslna si ssa
tats sss takta astloa. Hs rsnsssisd
ssssBosssr hs aasssd bsfors Ataj. t ssai.
T. r.qgsiiss'n. twi" ale M ear
.an.le iiwlaa I'm.
artaaniMn rii aur
his -eslwsaaiaa No aWla .
r ths si eel ton of a saw nentsiii
Iim uasisas tit. a
rredltad ta OS.
n-o-tii neoar tha
lit lawa no Jon
t. intil. st the
ss all saws st W
an I at. wad t
os ss4 sftSI
Jan. an. laig
draw Interest reai .aa. iTlOla.
Areuuula vau ba oosood hs -'
tooalM. .siM"hnffl.'' s2TW
wiwaaasi j. koomK. Pe
tnnJ r fiitiswnt.n srrstarr.
that las -
Bssasaj W. T. r.agslhovn. faosatlr aie
lata of tha nartain.asi roUaes f.wuall te
aamann. asi-oTaroil trial t.a wa.
I abJOJ issr nils, ths
Ths BMsjsjJJh af Tinssei haslisthsll la.
faatad tha New Ynek I'alisrsttr awiaiat la
sat, cssssor lesowd asss 1 s n Y r
oa or ssa soars
v t sioi
SSS IS th soon af H fa Tha Wol ..la,
Sled at tha and of she first half, hut ths Mapla
' leant sasaa hack street Is ths last osn and
r swaps the M. TJ. iter or. ot thstr fan
1 saiiwspanssa SSat rlsast SlirlBg.
wasn't vary much
Pisa sod at tha way things bad turned
out. He ssantad to oerve the oubpeena
ssssesl sssrs. sod tha hnrs at ooafklssS a t-
vaiasaw. 1 os tssss is enssrioaai nf tsesrsi.a.
Ilsasr and Hoaa, wl.o
1st.' Klfsalaa. rhrtabnvi. Hahsr a
j sate 1 day (t was very likely that tha
House of Itoareeentattv would have
terued the Federal warrant, which aev
oral thneo had bear threatened.
AM.I " - tn . . . nf 'aiMf-,., r Th, .
she male u silent with th. .olemnlty i t"nful o beautiful stage aettlng.
nt a "Paralfa:" audience Bometlmca ' 1'mherto Macnez ss til he Hoffmann and
she DhtVOd us to tears. Aa!n we be- Jeanne Maubourg will be his companion, j
Th Bnowy Breasted Pearl." "1 Hoar
Vou Calling: 1M0" and 'Molly Brannt
gan," each by request Mr. MoCormaok
haa reserved a section or the balcony
for the Inmate of Father Drumgoele'e
Home, who have expresaed a wish
Efrrn Klmballst. tile Russian vtoKnlst,
will be th soloist at the Philharmonic
Society's concert In Carnegie Hall to
morrow afternoon In tbe MenoVelaeottn
concerto. Haydn's second symphony
and Wagner's "Siegfried Idyl," the
funeral march from "Ooetterdaemmar-
ung." the "Ride of the Valkyrie' and
th Tannhauear" overture are to no
other number on Mr. Stranekyo pro
gramm. After the performance; tha
orchestra will go on tour for a week,
the third It haa mads ah-saaty tbte
Tina Isomer, the dainty little Ruse ton
pianist who la Juet returned from a
successful tour of the PacMo coaat. will
make a first New Yofk ajipearanoe of
the season at Aeolian Hall on Monday
afternoon. Her programme will tn elude
comporttlone of Moaart, Weber,
mann. Tauslg, Chopin and Uaat
Th department ef Mueto of Columbia
ITnlvarstty announcee a concert of
Chamber music at th Horaas Mann
Auditorium on Wednesday It lit P. M
It la free to th public, but thee who
attend ar expected to remain until the
performance la concluded.
GIRLS DRIVEN BY FIRE
in nmmm shops.
ExpkMton and Blase tn 14th Street
Empty BulMIng- Theatre Audi
ence Heard Nothing.
An ploatoii lata yesterday afternoon
in the beatamoat of tha four-star y build
ins at No. 1X1 in Wsst Fourtsenth
etreet oaoaed a Are that bad riaehad the
flret floor before the twins afvtvi
This floor lo ooongdod by the Iroquois
Demeoratio CMb. and several members
weso war In the roasna began earrylng
out the fumtohlDaie.
smog nitsa tne naua. and nrty or
mora girls omptoyod tn a sett and cloak
eetolbltohswent on the third floor aad
tramber strip red on Oka fourth floor by
the BlWa Bmhroldery Works wsrs
thrown Into a panto and in their rath
to the afreet teU over Mkoh other.
Two doere away a largo audience was
watohuag moving picture In the old
Fourteenth street Theatre. Th man
agar of tha house oulokly abut the out
side doer, whloh ore sound proof, and
none of tha audlaace heard the rattle of
the ojiotlnaa aad the ertoa of the firemen
Cnnarder Tret a, gaavee Masrtsrtre
BONA, Abjerfra. JWn 4-fItia Oamard
llnsr Tyrla raaoued and brought h
yeeterday ninety -five of the pooasngero
aad orew of the Frenoh mall ataamar
Balnt Aueyuatin. running lielw mi Mar
seilles and Alasens. The ahvlart Auguattn
foundered hart attar nsMntalst sstrU the
Tyrla had hor la tow.
Tort tSa tftsnsauii. Ba win (tintnn nilsa s
eon fsssrtt. Ths had snt lllsrt will bs
IRVING SAVINGS INSTITUTIOH
its CNAMBswa bt.. jr. y.
ut tan 5"" 'e!HsV at
FOUR PER OCNT.
par sssma aa sll sasss frsa IS to taooa aa.
ta! thsrss. .U..W,, us ai iiV pSiS
saaftr Jaiitan rot. Itlf 1 " "
Dsijoaita stads os st oefors Jsaoary MM sgg
. a. Tasan. Ilsaldaal.
uKowic u. tiu.vmra.
re steal ta I too or of th
tnfttation tn ' ha natt-
team to aaaaS imm Waalarn
tasss la Pea. at- durlai lbs first pari
14. of nest aai.
on I s ilu-
aaaauV raBaa m ua
OsasL nana J P. "wiaaaaa
sassl HtJ th 112 assaos.
hs 'Phlkadsli.Ma tdssr t
There was company to dinner at Nel-
lle'a houoe In South liroad street, snd
the diners were enjoying the flret
course, which conoleted of oyster soup.
.-vein man away with hers ror some
tlm In allenc, until she had nearly
cleaned th plat, when ehe iiddeiilv
eauaad. and, looking at her mother
across the table, said In a slag whis
Mamma, stviat you link. Dere'a a
hair In the soup'"
"Hush, Nellie'" aald mamma, frown
ing, "it's nothing hut a crack In the
Nellie moved th howl of her spoon
Deck and forth over the supposed
crack, snd then xrlalmed trium
"Kin a crack move?"
1. 1. br. let . St ham
p sasaa an Mss boa as U SH senate
Union Dime Savings Bank
Ml Avonuo and 40th Street
'Press She Peoideo.e Journal. t
Auatrallan oyster. espetlsll the lata lea
'rock" variety, are delicious They
grow, abooltitaly untended. on most of
the reef around th coaat. There Is
aloo th 'Stewart laland" ovater. a
vary large on, which is nf moderate
flavor. Th mangrov oyster grows on
th root of th mangroves that sr
lepped by the tide Thej! are sweet,
hut some ay that they can detect a
Slight muddy flavor, there I ajwaj
mud where there are mangrove The
'pearl" oyster Is a large as a man'
hand and the fish part weigh as much.
It to a meal for one all by Itself. The
Japanese and Malay on tit northwait
i oast snd Thursday Island dry them In
th boat's rigging and eat them with
isllsh. Uf course, the shell and pearl
(If any) ar aaved first.
Vita witek, planlat; Anton wrtek.
rlo Br. tan. and Howjrloh Wnrrsba, 'csUJol.
will give a reettal at tbe van Crude
School of Murlo neat Friday afternoon.
The Masatah" will be aong at tha
Old Flret Preoarytartaa Ohureh to-morrow
evening by a quartet of oolatota
and the regular choir under Dr. Will
torn C Carl.
New York Pays Million for Its Boxing;
Twenty-one States Want Same Lawf
Success of Sport for First Year Gratifying to
Commission State Gets Nearly $50,000 for
Agricultural Pursuits from Tax on Snort.
Ti I R
BY' BOZEMAS KULGKR.
Ill", sport-loving people of Nw
ork spent I lose to s million dol-
rs list yea" fo- boxing. To b
sait tiie official figure aa reported to
th stale Treasury are 7;.;W.I". That
nay appeal lo some as a gross ex
iraisgence for the mere fun of feeing
to his'. Miung fellows chnge the
,ns- or tat othtr'a fare, but this
country llktl II" ctra cogences and
lint IS th proof:
Tsentc-one Slates of the union, oh
lortlDfl llB su ceasf.il mstiner n which
oxlng haa been conducted In New York,
. 1 . ,r, CVvarlov Harvev. secre-
v nair a riaawi -
1 nf .he mitt fn'. asklm? for cople.
of lbs Franley I"-1 It m be
adopted by litem. Most of these letters
...me from men. Oct et the l.egtlatu:s
re 11 ui" a, Mnntaiiu, Oh. ', M nne oia,
Massachusi tia. DoimooUout, Now Jofgoy
Ponnayivan , Michigan. Louisiana, Col'
orado, CalKornla. Itlatourli Kantuoky
West Virginia. North Dakota, Rhodi
Islatid. Oklahoma, Washlngto.i, Wis
consin and I'orlo Iti.o. In audition to
the Rnglandi rran'. Australia.
HwlUerland and Oennurk aant to look
Th. fgol a io what the spectator! pold
lo sec t iec face ruffling osblbttlons is
Interesting and ameaing, but tha real
meat tn the ooOOAnUt ii that the State
of Now Vork re htlVdd in revenues from
thla t:7,llMi ii'. the amount of llw .:,
less the I .o.i allowed the ctr'ii mission
for i xpenaea. 11 of that amount gOOl ln
t If farmt'ts to aid them in agriculiural
pursuits. It holpi Willi State fairs.
As a i ule the city legislator Is In
favor of Boxing, anyway, hut with
i.ig In 'et the face in. as ng go on ,in
tnolestnxl. It I likely that at least half
of the Staled that have applied ror
copies of the law grlM adopt a similar
To : rlgiit down to eases, the think
I g nton Of the several Stales Of the
union h.nr oOjlna to the eon ttislon fliat
tha only way to deal with tne boxing
situation is to regulate, and not pro
hibit. It. Prohibition has been tried In
many State with sllurt it Is asmoOl
linpoaalbla to prevent rod-bloodod 'tmths
from mixing It op with the gloves If
they want lo. So the only way "tit is
to re;rulate His gams that ll win ha
i . hanafll to lite Slit" as welt as Hi.
hoys. Tho prevailing tlieir. is that if
i ruing I put on rlajt. reapeola da
h.isls it will he of b-.ii lit to e. erMti.lv
M will help build Up the youtha and .d
'.ae same iltoe Ktva lha Slates u rovenu.
t" Use lo- 1. I IV .H' I.Ot-a.
loons. Prohibition hs neier been a
1 aUOCOBt. Vow for the ko r.f argi.
. inr-nt, if boxing la cons tint ed an evil,
1 it ean hest lie regiilati-l in the same
If, That is the tenor of nearly all
.. letter 1 get from the o lu r States."
In foreign countries I'hey do not
look 'ipon boxing as an nil, hut they
are so Imsjreatod with the t hor..ighness
"f th Krauley las that they are anx-
NOT BOXING ALSO.
There are gome uho regard hi
evil aJongaiil witit aswOons.
lOUS to adipt thai part of If pertaining
to regit!' on. In othe- words, the rp
roaenthtlVOJ of the sport over there are
anxious to co-operate wiih the "Hat
vey vnmintssion." as thev atldresa their
letter-, in regnnl to nn tuternatbitial
agreement, This iden is .rne-hat sim
ilar to the haanhall toAoTuaa Tliay want
it a rruni-'eii ho that a nonalty lufl.'tcd
on a Itoxer hi Kram a, for instate e, will
I." operative In New York ,md vlco I
votmi. Iliiiiliiuil Is iulte iiillniic In go
Into such an Bjjftreernont. This. Is be-
III...,! I, I naaeana knwlaai nt nil lit..'
i undesirable fir'itera ivloi "ails" troubl.
I Mini get lha game In bad. Mr. Ifgrvoy
1 is jtttw in rommiitrloatlon with rui
I Rouateau of Krone and ofSoera of th
I National Sporting Chlb of 1mJnn on
I CLUBS WILL SOON BECOME LIM
ITED SAYS HARVEY.
"Willie II is not Wlthlh OUr power to
as I r .l.ila. the llll.lll of t'lUbl now."
ileiait Mr. Ilarvey, I believe Hie Dual
and pioinlnetit "Olvlals. The State which I uuod round sum to ah-Aln agricultural lahle to solv
Would not atltiiit that
boxing was an avll and should u't bv
co t. oared l ll BgloenSi ail Hie si ii"
it. admitted thai ii .-'in" sd a g'ei
Tin- only wa) they have over been
solution will lo- t'li... or fon g 1 1 lutis
In NOW York That may be '.et few, but
t i.-i" i- no doubt Hull it 1 eventually
-iti" down to a limited number, a ii
is now many of Ihi
' out so briskly lull e
naa anxious to adapt th New Tork law ' pursuits, tb lai.ntrs wlu also be will-1 Ua s.rt luiy
is lu regulai the
There are nineteen that are prantloallv
non-operatiive. In other words, thirty
five out of ninety clubo have found tne
gsme a flnan.lal falltuw.
"It is not within our pvovlags to ad
vise 11 poii, -ants for llcanaes as to their
prospects, hut I think the nati.ral cause
of nts srlll work It down to a few.
That would he better all around."
"With a few clube whsr would your
fighters come from?" I asked him.
"from th smuts. ir sssodatlnn." he
promptly replied. "It would build up th
mateur association and In th long run
would give us better hoalng. The ama
teurs are taught scientifically and they
are ambitions They sea a future ahead
of them If they become proficient. There
fore, It would lend Interest to th bouts
Htaged by the amateur clubs and. at the
same time, would have those who pat
rOQlas lha profess. onsl clube looking for
newt out.. 1 s. svlla too nsxny profes
sional .uhs neither the club nor the
fighter make any money."
THIS FIGHTER HAD A REAL KICK,
DON'T YOU THINKT
' Do vou have any troubles to settle
between lha managers and the fight
ers'.'" I asked.
"Ho I? Ilarvey laughed. 'Tva!t a
minute and I II huw you."
The good natured aecretaiv poahd a
button and sent word for a man out
side to OOtna In. He proved to be a hov
er who ta to appear at one of the local
uluba to-night. This young fallow had
with him h -opy of a contract that
lutis that stm t, d 1 looked Hki Maitna liarU.
frilled. So far this, "Mr. Ilarvey," he began
teed of nry msnaojsr "
'What eh troubl asked Harvey.
'Well, air, U s like thla. Me and an
other fighter of thl otabte fought tn
Brooklyn rsso ntoata in auocasslon.
When the fight waa error the manager
gave ua a dollar between us to get home
nn and has paid ua nothing; since Now
1 srsnt to know If vou can fix It so thai
I can celled the dough and pay the I
manager out Of what I collect T"
H array immediately jrat on tha
and -nth one word ssm tha fighter away
smiling. Hie word to the managor of
tbe club was:
"Kee that Ohio fellow get hta dough."
You can bet he'll get It, too.
WILL STOP SALE OF OPIUM.
ladlaa teeverasneat I.Ives Hatlee of
taepraolea ef the TraSjo.
IiHI.HI Jan. .-The Indian fjgvgeej.
ment, owing to th situation in Ohlna.
haa given the noeaary notaco of three
month for the eioiponelon of sale of
In ordr further to racllMate th light
ening of otocka held In treat,' port. It
haa de .deo tempo-arlly to reduce th
mount of opium to be sold In 113 for
oonssimptlon In countries othr than
llhlna from thirteen thousand to nine
I0 VOU PtBalltf that
trrlbl. fdtn whivf-i
! wr.rin yon in t
f4c? to vtiu knuis
Whtit tOUl l-PR'He-.O
nisana? It maiiB a
usinc iiafktn. - .
oJt frmn aJl human
Intart'ourt. i h
W(.r,li o' hiutllwiei
Anrl piaiur I s Te -"f.mii
Will you BUffHf
ihi iinit'iri mfMry
n4 lontln- w i )
out lIVttlt.t I II (
th) New Msthod o-f
M, hurl whl h ht
isstiirciJ tn him
i1r.lti of su'fa-rc ret
thtilr full -inn rjf
hffarlnv . qui. k anil
'utt I hav-fj r
iiwd (fin.) from
0 iue bafor It la tuv
Diafnaia. TOU mult
Ra auta I haa baan a.j au-t aaaful In m.
1taT laaTnasa. and baeauaa mv haart achfo
for t's l nma. I am a l k tn OiVK m
a Fran Traimant for Pto.fnaaa tn avarv
ufrarar who aaka for it. Kural tbla la a
prast-rif wnr li ht Ins. iut at Wy atarara
iitwaira to ra.svs human ajuf ,erlnrt . T - i .
makta mu this ift. M .i j ,
u''l hundrada nt panpu of th 'iiat dia
" '-.'i etir.ni bltd iulf and liofHi
halr full parrK-t h.iri n ar Wrr for tha
' 1 -el 1 1 r : " tO dt . II d 41 1 f if I hr Appor
tutittv abow ' ittv m jatul new
uiath'td for th Ira at man' f Daainasii
iuoiit in voi'R cmhi iioiril
All I aak la that oi will foi No
Dun't haaltata or l ' mav ba too lata to
'alp vou. My mooaai has baan n . and
appH'aina for t rtl ' want ar man v. no
tha I t an iihiv rn wm tnta varv
hi' tlnta Itamamtiai . tbla traatmant for
Dc.ifnaaa la clvn lo vou without any
rill .-ga what a vat . It 1b a bsolutaly frat.
Hand off No . in I hit mall, a poat card
or laitar raquaat a lib yotir nuna and ad
draaa upon It, aud I will aand you fraa
traatrntMtt for Daaf naaa
'War Hrr. laJIt -i,r.nil,
'dlltt TreMm PnteU4lataT nWloa. wlavaa.
I NTtXLIGF NT MEN CAN MAKE
SOME MONEY SELLING THE
World Almanac fori 9 1 3
READY FOR SELLING
Sample book now oa exhibition.
Instructions given. Also lull paitiruaxra.
Room No. 313, 3d Floor.
World Buildins ,
ALL THIS WEEK. 9 TO 5
Aa IntfrTrat DtTldand I I07U. iBBasalin)
baa br. -i dr. ,-! at the rata of
11m ana) Ona-Half Ptr Cmt par imm.
rraxJUad Jaouary I. I'M.t. aad payaMa
on or after Thu.wd.ej., January Iti. lui.i oa ail
iims mtltlad tbnralo umlau tja By Laara.
Moor d pMHti r hafova Jaauao in. 191a,
ulrati iiitisiv Imm Jsouart I. IDIJ.
AI.KX IV W KINNAN l-raaidant
mVM M LKAKE. Trrawt.
WIIJ.IAM t awOsW, IVrratswy.
Dollar Savings Bank
alON Third Araaoa.
Iattrft . rr 1 .1 i n v 1st at tha rata af
riirr aald Oar-II alf Far aal.
par auuuia uu i : irva 4 tu a I 000-
DapusJu , aaada on or before Juiaary lOta 4aay
laUft-L from Jaiiuaiy Isi.
W V. K vlt. Tn
SOCIETY OF TAMMANY
Bmtltsra Ve.i are rsaiajif aUr lenusated ta at.
lead a ..... mao-uK ,t - . .-tt. m lha 'iraat
Migaam, a. lltiM.H KVKM VlQll. , ItH,
st tslf an It. air aftar tn aettiraj if the sua.
By .Ttiar of tlat liran.l aelina.
1 1 1 . ii v - r. smith.
M." " Aeaetn of StiAa. 1st Motn. Tsar
.a" litauorarr I'.'ottt, of IsJeiwO'tso.- laet.i
aaH of I lift 1 1 ft., , I.M.J.
'I want to
ill I I'otnnilssloa Ins : -.1.-1 ninety UveUSra, ki; .1 If you an flx It so that T ran get
sa- Of that nuoiOsr algleog hav gir.n up aiy uiouey oo tbla contract to-night la
fee the Art Oaleadar far
fRj C fJ$erK f- !s
sfl Wthrkly, Ifuuiouda aad jawalry.
II UU Ubfchl.l. .i.auiuuua.
ae-tataj tnrr. liauJiaa.
T Cast tt .i at.
K'ftuO UIAMU.MI H1M. 11.00 WSJfKLY.
('.auiilalo Una of dtaiiiooua. aalohss aoj hiaslr
n ...lit Mt.THOI'lH IT.lA. 1 1 W. laataaT
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
uer -On rrlaaj nisl.i. salsa, isiilf, blue Itolsl
sstia baok, at roast i nhiaasa Urn or local
trejo MtOVsL . t.il aU lessnl aUtinl.
saau. oiSI BruJa.
HELP WANTED MALE.
lVI I.li rViH'l'." e AHH Xbla lKlli"ia
iua:riaU man. 11 aa of IS as4 3A, lli-
. . f 1 i ..1 Ktst. or axes who bars Jarlat.il
tilair liitetitktii to t. . ua siUssoa, of ax! itara.-.
tsr aiel trmiwrate lialtlu, who i-an .. aak read aad
atiitt tho Kustiih tasfuags. yor lafoiwuttoTi sp
pli to Ka t utlos iMflosr, Jft Id i'.. 700 Bill i
N.S Tort 111. ; WS V' tltoU O. H-.aikl.n N V t
It..' Newark a. . Jma OUjr, N. J., sr as;
rarroltlSa ala.i wl. i
UOl l.HK It - now saj ttesjh. o l.raaa sod a. a
.- u.iesss WalajThUks. Hi WUshst
0t.. warUSfil. Caaa.