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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
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From Ancient Egypt to Our Own Broadway
ine lra8 of fVe Temptress Are the Same
H Jry 1 glw W
77ie Fifr. Miwnue Society
Siren It More Subtle,
Than Her Broadway',
Sitter, but the Old, OldX
Game h Played Accord
ing to Hoyle the World!
employed exxsspt that the woMr siren
or to-day mora eirbtls than tha ds-
flirnlml daurhter of Eva who hu sons
nerors Mar. Tha Fifth avenue temps, ess Y
Is. perhapa, a finer artist than berZ
r.rondway alatar, but tha art itialf ehoX
an or attracting man or trying to at-,
tract them remalrta tha ami. It la ale-'
mental. And whan a woman of erdl '
nary charm or cleverness makaa op her
mind to win a man, ha has no ehenee,
of escape." ,
"Pauline!" exclaims her mother, while
you humbly attidy tha rug beneath your'
Cast and try to remember what George
Kllot one aald In this ronnaotton.
"I believe It!" declare Mlaa Frederick.
"Tha Broadway temptress may be ob
vloua, but she la determined. The Fifth
avenue siren Is, aa I aald before, subtle. X
una naa sxin, a skin mat lew men can
match. Her environment has taught her
the fine points of the game that Is
played according to Ifoyle the world
over. In her ynu aee the expert. The
f.ni. no type of temptress must also bs
reckoned with. With hsr It may bsw
hoolia, muslo or pictures. Watch her'
and you will see that she turns ail the
oris to her own uses."
Mrs. William E. Corey Defines a New York Snob,
Also aSnobessWho Is" a Bad Example to Herself
Mitt Pauline Frederick,
the Enchantrett of
Joteph and Hit Breth
ren," Sect No Differ
ence in the Methods
Employed by Lovely
BT CHARLES DARNTON.
A PRIVATE elevator that pops
you Into an apartment In
stead of a ball, where you
amy pull down your vest and screw
up your courage, lias its disadvan
tages. It may take you to the thir
teenth floor only to lcavo you to be
taken by surprise. You are not pre
pared for tbo beautiful view, rang-.
Ing from Potlphar's wife In discreet
black to Central Park In rusty
brown. You grasp It suddenly along
greeting, "I'm mighty glad to meet
You're "mighty glad" to know If. and
yon feel a bit less awkward than a uamel
as Miss Pstillne Frederick takes your
coat of many colore end Kite It, with
your hat and stlok, on the nearest chair,
lain Joseph, you are more fortune te
than his brethren. She smiles upon you
and makee you fee! at home. You for
give and forget rhn heedless elevator.
After all. It knew what tt was about
and thst'a more than lota of elevators
know. Mlaa Frederick rntght be speak
Ing tor the elevator as she save:
"I've Just got up. it's 3 o'clock, I'm
not aehsmed to say, for this Is the only
real day's rest I've had alnoe 'Joteph
and His Brethren' began making nights
sleepless for me. I have 'been so busy
thinking al"ut Zulelka that I couldn't
close my eyea .tt a reasonable hour. To
say the least, Potlphar'a wife la dis
turbing. How she ever managed to get
her beauty sleep la more than I can
understand. She evidently didn't allow
her conscience to trouble her. But ahe
has driven me to sleeping powders Any
one who Imagines thst It It restful to
hand that emphasizes the ; through a woman's career that be
lt. us on ino oick or a oamel la eaaiy
mistaken. That oamel!"
You express the hope that the samel
no longer alts down without waiting for
"Oh, the cast has been changed," ex
plains Mlaa Fruderlck. "Tha oamel that
snt down with me lnalead of playing up,
or stsndlng up, to my drat scene ait the
intra performance, has been replaced by
another. But caniele are camels, and
riding on one Is like doing a turkey-trot
in midair. That's the eenmtlon' I have
whem 1 happen along to save Joseph
from a watery grave. Talk about being
stok at heart In a new part! That first
entrance is enough to upset a thorough
ly established actress. When-Ifound
myself really upset by the ajdne-but-not-fopgottcn
oamel the other night I
lost consciousness, as well as my seat,
'but like a true actresa I mads my way
to the centre of the stago before I knew
what I was doing."
"Instinct." you suggest, snd Mtst
Frederick settles tbaok Into her chair
for a laugh. I'erthaps, you surmise, she
has had training as a oamel aotreas.
"No," says ahe, "I never rods on a
A motherly gasp breaks In upon the
reveuitlona that are gradually opening
your eyes to the meaning of thing
hitherto obscured. And It's such a
murky day that you can't see half way
serosa the park! Again you turn the
"The way to the modern man's heart
may be through his stomach, hut It was'
not like that In the good old days we'
os mo! before exoent at Coney Island and ""." "L! Q ' a
. t.-i rean snout. Tne ancient temptress went
"No." adds her mother. Joining the
companv and by no means making three
a crowd, 'Tattllne was trained Por
grand opera. One of t .- days I hope
to see her win her p i e as a singer "
You hope anything her agreoable
mother hopes, and In the warmth cf I
your enthusiasm search furtively for
straight for him. Potlphar's wife de
manded Joseph's affection, Helome
danced for John the Baptist, and Cleo
patra openly made love to Antony.
Mtylee have changed, but the temptress
still wears her war paint. And even if
she hasn't the brains of Cleopatra she
knows enouiih to make 1ha moat of herw
opportunities Often, though, ahe has?
the strength of love to carry her on to
your handkerchief. A three-cornered triumph. I feel, for example, that Potl-
Interview" Is not without Its strain.
With one eye OU the mother, you turn
to Kuleika and move cautiously to the
subject of the temptreas, anolsnt and
"What's tha dlterence?" asks Miss
Frederick, while her mother looks wor
ried and you look Interested. "From
ancient ISgypt to our own Broadway
tho waya of the temptreas are the same.
This typi of woman Is as old as the
Morld and as young as the world. I
phar's wife really loves Joseph. This Is.
the one great love of her Ufa and she.
Tha Tims t A. M. Thurs
day day before yesterday.
Occasion Mrs. William FX
iCorey'e entertalnmeM and dance.
At tha moment three hundred ware
not poswlhly love him
A liell rings. It Is the boy with the
away, via the elovator, pondering on the
ivays aj women and the charm of their
no difference In Uie methods 1 eMlf Hum
interpreter, lert peronsnte to count theeysire. oorey as aha chaffed in vn,b
Jir. i.orny waa of Che group, leaving It
Just a Corner Incident Right Here
In New York, or a "Peg Post" Realitytli
"Whm constabulary duly' to le tlons, I 1 X
to be done,
A poUcxman'n lot it not a happy one."
BUT on tha peg post it's different. I;
has not always 'been so, but every
thing comas to him who waits If
ha waits long anougn. The policemen I
on tha beat will tall you that he'll wait
a long time 'before the bsrkeep oomea
os and hands him anything. And
now the nights are cold.
The new alarm boxes have filled a
long felt want In the wont column of
tha night stick servitor of tho city. He
ran gat Inside of one well, he can Kt
bis haad Inside, and keep warm while
tha storm Is passing and the roundsman
has passed. On Thursday nltiht on the
corner well, the corner doesn't make
much difference. It was raining and It
was cold and sloppy. Two g uardians of
the nlKht ap proa ".lied the alarm hut nw
the corner and one opened tint door The
fa miliar glug, ;! ,-, King of liquid -(
water, maybe hi Ins poti' cd greeted l!
ear and the familiar aalu .on "Hern's
how'' wis heard.
Delightful. What! Not quit big
enough for a cabaret show, but II
boxes have the back rooms of
law hotels left In the dlgoard And the
copper doesn't care, who .-,eei him com-J 111 -
Ing out of the box. lie can report him. pay any license. On peg post Is like'
aslf If ha wants to Evsry copper Is his! being In on th ground Door In a new.
owm baret seller and be doesn't have to I deal of ska steel Trust. Wall, atmni,
AND MISS NEW YORK AT YOUR
NEW FIRE BOXES AND OBSERVE
as n a I rvu uu.t i uuatMvr.
Yes, It's New York!
B lived In New Jersey and It was
too lata to take a chance of crost-
1nc tha river. So he want to th
Asrtor House, where It was quiet and h
could hava hla pick of a suite.
"Not a room In the house." aald
Night Clerk M. P. Chiohaater. "Not i
room. And that'e only part of the!
story. There'a not a hotel In Ne'
York that Isn't filled up ohook a block. T, nce entering Princeton from exdualve
If you'll wait till 7 o'clock In the morn
ing there'a a man occupying a oot In I
double room going out and I can give
you the cot. We've got thirty-two cots
set up In the llttls assembly hall on
the first floor. Can you beat tha'"
(liiests are being sent to us from all
the big uptown hotels and we have t X,,,., ha y0
f'.i'ii 1. 1, -hi ti r, too.
The hotels full and turning iw
people! In Onldfleld, Nevada? No
ItlKht here In NVw York! This big city,
next to the larfreat and scheduled to bew
the largest In the WOTld before tliu and!
of the vea". hasn't sutftclent aoCOmmo
datlons for the peoiilo that are OVorAow-'
Ing It With Hll Its great array of
apartments, fias and
tlOUSes there isn't room for any n y
Itrangers In Now York
a condition nk tins hasn't existed
since the Hudson-Fulton I i !i brall in.A
TAKE A GLANCE, MR. AND MRS.t'l'h,rn u "' rasMOn for the evercrowdlna
people are he
Tne w . men
flrat ot to"
going to le
world t ii'o
So reason except t .ut '.It
re and tin ire are Cooling.
of .Ninv York silj at lite
ear 11. at X w York wa
the blggeat o4t in I hi
end of (be yaaft l'h
hiatus .s stai ted.
Moral i Xl ftaeyevte asWarUaa,
'rights. Does she
think of her
position does not,
is the arbiter of
a t j
MM. CORKY DANCING AT HM OWN DANCC SIX HOURS BEFORE IHE SAILED FOR PtRANOC ON TgitJaWOAY.
fiuhts for It. All you havs to do Is tow'anotng- h.vl bean dancing from mid
hk at Pntlphar to realize that ahe can-nlght. danolng one darvoe only turk.v
There had been an
mi rieet nil. worm or riian,ec tal." alnrln . ,ln .K-. i..i
L,?r -!arV' a,n L Vf!"1 !"t"lntenretlva" danolng and An dr. d.
noiy .. :im tens una a areata. niixK,ln,.... ... .. . - -
so. In the words of the poet, you fadeT J' " " " "'"""u srewss os
day and the Jong ago.
wonderful Partal Now he sat beside
' FROM Y HOT BR HAY'S KVF.'NINO
nncr mwtanoN mm m si-.
most outdid Percy Hlvlngton 1'yna
Jd. not to mention many others.
night before last when he had as his.
personal guests at the Motor Car Tour-
Ing Hoclety's dinner sixty of the most
prominent aocletv folk of the city. F.ver
St Paul's In lite hs has been much
sought after by hosts snd hostesses, for
Mr pyne Is not only sn Ides! host him-'
self hut a guest whose personality adds
in espeeial ray to the lustre of each
fin both the paternal and inaternab
mg man Is
descent, lie Is related la the Ulddles
Bouoinote, rotters an. I UpalaeotU of
Washington, I). C, all of whl 'h spills
out "Open Sisanie" to tiie most ex'lu
live goeletj circles of the country. Mr
Paynes olubl sp.-ak for him- the I'nlon,
liacguet. I'nlcerslty, prln netofl t'tl
lionutnnn ('l ibs of Nee fork City, the
"f J .... ! .. .. .. .. .
prlvatex "w " prooa, nocaawuy iiunt. nar
ii u city uoifi ualtlmere ; o i f ,
ounty Holf :ird I'rln. e'on (irad
1 loir (libs. iPo Automobile and Aer
inns or .New rora smi the Tourln
"nib nf I'lanre. tne Princeton Club o
lint l siu.
I hotels and crusnen In the subway sndTPhlladelphla, Hie Tuxedo Club and thi
st Nle ga Society. Clubs are trumps
it won1.! .. fin, with Mr 1". ne. but bua.
ness is b,n ntss. He is a member of
I n bin, .Ing and bioi !. i.n.ketaga fir
.f pyne, Kendal Holtliter, sbieb he
rganissd four years Mo, and lie alts
ew. r. toe d. lectors of severs: gas ai
evsry few moments to turkey tro
"1 wish you peopts would get through
iniiarviewinc, na bumniad to tha iiiu-
s!o. "You know aMne Is the next
Yea, and I sail eg 10 this morning."
from Mrs. Corey. "Count tha hours.
one, two, three eeven, but sny wsy
.we're sll having a Jolly time and I
can aleep on La Provence. lan't It Hne
to aee them enjoying themselves! Keally
i'm never so happy as whan I'm mak
ing others happy. You know so many
'people who do not know me, or who
know me only as Mrs. William h
Corey, the wife of the eteel magnate,
as the papers put It, formerly .M:s
Mabelle Oilman, the faaotnating aotress.
aa the pap. usual! v oontlrue It,
Imagine that 1 am not a serious minded
If I ach'eved any siioreai
hi the stags It was becsuss of the
bardeei kind of work Work! The
word Is so prosalo, ao unpopular. But
work means duty, and duties, even of
the plaaaanteat kind, really do become
Irksome. Work and Duty are the most
steadfast of companions. Tha woman
of to-day, married and single, talks of
her 'rtghta.' Why does she never say
anything about her 'duties T'
'Hera la where I become unpopular
In two lines or psrhape ona. I don't
know how you'll 'play It,' as yon say
on Park How.
"But, quote me eJbooliitely eorraotly.
the average wife, mother or not. of the
average husband Is Just Issy. She Is
faithful snd ahe Is good. But after
marriage she too often forgets all about
her powers of fascinating and becomes
"Routine always spells laslneas.
"You have heard thess compliments
on my danolng to-night. You have
heard Mr. de Fouqulerns ssy that
French seems to bo my native language.
The plaaaant remarks I sm quits cer
tain, ars slncers. They refer to accom
plishments. Hut back or the sooom
pl'.sbmenta la hard work and In thla
ease, on my part only, of oourse,
"All this sounds llks an ssssy-an
assay to muslo In .Sherry's st t A. M
but auueesa In life resulta from well
directed, suatalned effort, combined, .,
courae, with taut, the ability to create
opportunity and genuine human klndll
nesa Uiat means charity, of course, as
you will aay, whu you edit my re
marks. "Hut 'fur Heaving s sake!' really beg
of you, don't ed.t me. Here i are In
this ballroom, lights, pretty girls,
vtvsj'lty, matron) matron are usually
'settled.' according to you newspaper
men and Kngilsa novelists particularly
and excellent, young, middle-aged and
ven old American men i know -let
us be practical' 'bat what 1 say to you
will be published Hi The Rvsnlng
World. That mesne that our plaaaant
little oh at of now. with only Mr. Fou
qulsree and Mr. Carey and yon aav
ine four of ua will be read by. 1
should aay offhand, five to a family,
two million people.
"Ho this Is Important vary and an
my part It mesne a eery great re
sponsibility. You know, la the old days,
to be eaaot whan I waa Mlaa MaJballa
Oilman, up to May 13, MOT, whan Mr.
Corey and I ware married. X waa plc
t iie.l and Interviewed and 'featured,'
I think your newspaper phrase 1s, snd
I never liked It. Becauss, In almost
every case, tt wss the work of the op
portunist managerial pram agent,
usually a hard working young gentle
man who very rsrely le Introduced to
finesse until he guts married, moves to
Muntclalr or any other worthy suburb
and Joins s I'lKl.It CI. I'll May I ask
you to hsve 'field duty stand out Im
portantly In the line?
"Just beoauaa the suburban neld
cluba of New York are the aame as
anywhere else on thla earth. By earth'
I mean thla universe, and the beat de
arilptlon of Its creation and beginning
you will And In the flrat chapters of
Oenesls. But the Meld club pe.aon.
particularly the Held club lady, had
nut developed wnen that chapter was
written. It has taken about alx thou
sand yeara to maku her as petty, as
false to herself and to every principle
of human charity na thla parasite si
waya la. Mhe is a bad exempts to her
self. Is moat 1 iiieriome when shs Is
alone snd affects a seasoned air of
superiority, even with her self-appointed
equals, that never falla tu chill
a June day In New York.
"And if Ood '.ilessea her with chil
dren Hll little ones-the pity of It la
that this essentially false creature, a
wt ll-dressetl libel on her sex. t-ry care
fully legehei her uttiv ones to bs ss
false, If possible, as hetself. Uhu makes
ibsm little .-lions, and my dehmtion of
sex-day A. M and V. M. mem era
tha old dajrau ausd tho-, gen
But now. throeaTa,
enob Is aa
who to ai
"Bo In '
of plaaaant I
fitted a part
I speak my own thoaaTbto and, I
quite sure, my own
"It la a wonuerftfl an
ence that applauds ar fHaagriea eo i
waya and 1aY me ferries
homes, it to a etottnattoa be
privilege of expressing ones la' a
"You aee. twenty at lease, hare 1
to have ms dance with them el nee wow
been charting; but to be able ta i
two million People that hard
brings suoceaa, that wealth alone, or
position, or the attainment of so-called
success dreams deas not oast cannot
bring happiness, Is worth all tha donee
that hava ever been danced anywhere.
"Happlneee le etrlctly personal and a
matter of Individual conscience."
Mr. Corey claimed hla dance.
"I might have told you," eaid the
hostess, "of our chateau In ths Valley
of Caovreusa, ot the two books I am
writing, of Interesting people abroad,
but all that would ba merely routine
description, a story from the ahlp newa
man, you call It.
' But"-Mr. Corey continued his excel,
lent attitude of 'whatever you aay'
"no real Interview with me Is one, un
less I ssy that ths American man
pardon me, Mr Fouquleres" she glanc- d
at the social arbiter of Paris "Is rsaliy
'It,' that America la the only land and
that there la no city like New Torx.
J aall for Fiance at 10. Bay I aall for
WORK, and please put 'work' In capital
The hour, ss stated above, was 1 A. M.
The hour is tins S.M A. M. of ths same
Also, bin solr!
Morr.sST y '""
luati x "
A City Editor's Beat.
Wells ll.twks, he clrc is
was city editor m Haiti
years ago he h d a n por
ter on Ills staff alio iode ,i btc.. i e.
una night the blryoJe riding rspor'sr
hurried It to hi util e wltn a good
.story, it deeeribed .os Cardinal 0
bom while eroattni 'he at reel n -tr t;ia
r'o'hediai had oeeu knoj.td j.t.tn by
'mm on a (toy 'le.
paper had a "bei'" on he
aasi aearaaeaV Mo a at ths
ug that hs
d Hawks 'I
npposit.otl seer's li. id
ami III Hal. .-noie any
pens to t ie venerable Cardinal is
gl t inr . . SI '
"1 did n I see am 'hunt in the ethe'l
paper i abo.it the eoojdewl to tns 0gi4
d ual. ' sa'd liwgi auepiclouely to In-,
riding fegorier M'hen thsi Indlrlilugjl
pen red to ft t ei at neon.
"Weill Mr. llans' was ths rep'y.
"I rtcgoned Intl ws kind of my lisp
story. Yon see, it waa I a no ran over
The Chickens of Broadway.
(Jlt'it angry, ottn iay.
Hut th btrtl that' temperamental
It the fMcJivn of Broadway.
ll.i:'M!l Doctor of l'hito.1
op) y ha tttetVtttt that
Bigeont hav$ the tame emo-
Ond thou'iltta a) human be-
t Nar 1 1 it man, a I'h. p ,
Hat 90t " tttlftt notion
Thol little pigeon t (Ottlumhom
Art 'ill of d"i.'p 'iitofioii,
that they are ttntimental.
T,jaaioTw S Liawft