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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918.
WEEK AT THE OPERA
NEWS OF MUSIC WORLD
Cnnttnunl torn Fourth I'tipr.
VIxctMly, Tl,. Allt-ii : Arln, "l.a Hohcine."
Martha M Uri-lcr, ltttsslan Hongs, ti. H.
irtinollnlT; Aria. "Sainsnn et Datlla,"
' rnnri'lti Kllecu ; (jtmrtot. "Witoletto," .1.
ttiirondesH. F. Kllseu, T. U Allen, 1.. N.
anioHon" Hextel, "t.ucla." nil sinners;
it the piano, Mrs. N. () Keen.
Oaul's "Holy rity" will lie stun? under
he direction of Dr. Wllllnm ('. Carl In
lie old Klrst Presbyterian Church,
I'lfth avenue iinil Twelfth street, this
'enltiB nt s o'clock. In honor uf the
'vcnty-secmid nntilversary of the pas
tornte of Hie Hev. Dr. llownrd nnffleld.
Tile soloists will Im Margaret Harrison,
inprntioi Kllznheth Cahflcld, contralto, and
lhert Kduln IlelterlilBe, lmrtone. The
einlnta will he preceded by nn organ
ln'ltiil, to lie played by Dr Carl, benln
nliiff nl 7 ,10 o'clock.
At n intirert (liven last iveliltiK it t
tlin Von Knde School of Music. 4 4 West
I'.lKhty-tlfth street, by Vltn Wltek, plunlHt,
ninl Anton Wltek, nolo Uollnlst imd rim
ertninstcr of the Huston H mpliony Or
iheslrii, tlib follow Iiik programme wan
Sonata for violin and piano, A minor,
oi. 105, Schumann. 1, Mil Leldenshaft
'lehem Ausdruk ; 2, Allegretto ; 3, I.ebhuft ;
Hondo CMpi'lcotnsn, Mendelssohn; U Fi
ttt TVKsop, Alknn; Mlnnetto. Uaff: Ada.
zln from Vlrilln Concerto. Haydn; Hohcino,
Spnhr, Oiiiiiliillera, lilts, 1'eipetuum
Jloblle, Itlcs . Sonata for violin and piano,
ft major, op. IS. dries; 1, t.ento Iioln
nso. allegro vivace. ;!. Allegretto Tr.ins
iptillo, 3, Allegretto Anlmato.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE.
The American primlcre of Richard
Strauss's "jcr linjenltuvnllci" will be
the feature of next wcek'n repertoire
at the Metropolitan Opera House. So
ruiicli Tins lieon said and written about
this work by the composer of "H.ilome"
and "Ulektra," already known to the
American public, that the presentation
of "Per Itoscukavaller" on Tuesday
'venlmr, December !. H likely to attract
n larsc amllence even nt the fin to $2
price churRod for this -.ipeclal per
formnticc. The i.ist Includes Mine.
Hempel n the I'ield Mnrsaul's wife,
Mme. Ober ns Ortnrlnn, the title role,
Mr. Gorltz as Unrnn uch.i, Miss Case as
rtnphlc, the Huron's tluncee; Mr. tVI1
r:i Von 7'niiiwif, her father, together
with Mines, Kornlu. Mattl'eld, Muu
ours, Cox, Van UycU and llra.il.iu and
T.lcssrs. .lorn. Itelss, Murphy, Audlilo,
Itayer, Sc'ilegel. I5uy.d.iel and HurK
Mailer. Mr. Hertz will conduct
"Alda" with Mme.i. Dostlnn. Mntze
nauer and Sparkcs and Slparrs. Onritsn,
Amato, Dldur, !:icl nnd Ilada will be
Monday nlirht's opera, with Mr. Tos-
"t.a Hohcme" with Mines, Alda and
A Men nnd Messrs. Martlnelll. AiiMto,
'Idur, Do Kegiiiola. Anauian and l'inl
Corsl. Mr. t'olacco conducting, will bo
Riven on Wednesday evcniiiR.
Massenet's "Mnnon" will buy lu Hist
lerfonnunce this season or Thursday
evening t next week with Miss 1'arrar,
.Mnieo. Sparkes, Duchene and MauliouiR
and Messrs. Caruso, Ollly. Hot.iler. le
f'CKiirola, tloIs and Ananian. Mr. Tos
ranlnl will conduct
The fir.'! "Tannhaeii'.or" of tlie reason
s announced for Friday eveninK of
next week, the cast including Mines,
'ctlnn ( KtisnlictU), Fremstad (IV)ii)
.ml Sparkes and Messrs Frlus. Well.
Mraun. l.eonhnrdt. ISnyer and Iluysdael,
Mr. Hertz conductlnR.
"Mitdunia Mutterlly" will be next
cck's Saturday matitu-e opera, with
,'.IIs F.irrar. Mines, Foinla and Maple
son and .Mi'.'m'h. Martlneill, Scottl, Ilada
and HeRue. Mr. Tocaninl will conduct.
Sunday nlRhcs eonrert will be a
i-Soral concert under the diiei tlon of
Mr. tilullo Scttl. The entire chorus
and orchestra of the opera will take
Charles l Smith lix'pects
to Cross the Atlantic at
a Speed of 100 Miles
an Hour in a Hydro
aeroplane of His Own
THAT he can tit fioni New ioi,
to Paris in less tluni thirty
hours ln his nia il liydroano- i
plane is Hie cnuteiiiioii of
Charles i;. Smith of :'S (lillette lu.ui
"Newurk, N. .1, who Intends eiper iik
ihe cross the Atlantic coinpeiliioii for
(he J53.000 prize offered by Lord Ninth-
i llffc. the l.ouduii publlslier, lu August
Mr. Smith announces that he bus ad.
justed tlm financial details of bis
project and ln a few days will begin
th construction of two machines in
th Newark meadow at a cost nf
Th many new features lu his air
a.nd water craft, Smith declares, make
it totally different from anything ever
before seen In this country or Murope.
Illrdmcn who have, seen tho machine
recently and talked with Mr. Smith In
his laboratory in Newark say tho in
tention Is entirely practical und devoid
of freak Ideas. During the last live
years Mr. Smith has taken out ninny
patenta in tho L'nlted States covering
i ho various features of his machine,
and lio now Is necking to take out pat
ents In foreign countries.
The, Inventor claims to have solved
tho problem of carrying siilllcleiit gas
oleno for n. trip of nt least 4.000
miles, and Is confident that his craft
will xcced u. speed of 1U0 tulles an
hour. With thin speed, he contends,
he an cross from Newfoundland tu
Mngland In twenty hours, making the
Journey In ono spurt without landing,
or lis can mill from New York to l'urls
in less than thirty hours, also contin
Smith holds tho sumo opinion which
was recently expressed by (Trillium Hell,
who for years has been interested
deeply In affairs of air travel, that the
only craft capable of making tho trans
atlantic trip is ono ho constructed that
It can soar to an altitude, of live miles
und then make tho Journey, in one tre
mendous glide, nt a high rate nf speed.
Mr. Smith estimates that a gradual
drop In altitude, nf a foot lo the mile
will accelerate greatly the work of the
two propellers, and is of the opinion
that tlie velocity of the machine will
Inemao until toward the end of the
trip a xpeed nf 150 miles an hour will
Tho recent awarding of final letters
rtnt lo Mr, Smith by the Vnlled
fltatr.i Government covering his orlgl
pti designs la the culmination of many;
part, UiRellier with prominent memlierd
of the company.
The Messrs, Ahorn announce a re
production of IMicnlnl'R "Mudame
Hiitterfly" for next week, beglnnlnR
Tuesday evening, December ( Thin
worlt la the. first to be reproduced ilnco
the oprnliiR of the Century opera com
pany season nt the Century Opera
House. The. opcnliiR cast will Include
the artists whit alternated with the
opening oast In the production In Octo
ber. Miss Kwoll will slnit Mitdnmc
Butterfly, Miss Herbert will be HhzuM.
while Mr. llerRtnan will lie l.leut.
1'luUcrtiiH. Louis Kreldler will be the
United States Consul, tiharplrM: Flor
ence CouKhlan will slnR the part of
AVitr riiiKcrtoii, white Alfred Kaufman
will enact the role of Thv Bnnv. Others
In the cast will be the Misses lllcbanl
son, Iine and Ward and the Messrs.
Fein, l'cncock, Schussler and MaitsfleUl.
The production will be under the stage
direction of Mr, Albertlerl and Mr.
Szendrel will rontlurt.
At to-nlRht's popular Sunday concert
the Mlnses Carson, IJetbert. Howard,
.Ionian and Scott and the Messrs.
Chalmers, NerRinan, Kaufman and
Kingston will sing. Faternack and
Nicosia will conduct, with Kdward
Collins at the piano.
NOTES OF MUSIC "EVENTS.
Thl afternoon's programme of the Sym
phony Society of New York, under Wal
ter D.imroHch. consists wholly of pieces
by llach and Debussy. Two llrandenburg
concertos represent llach, No. 3 for string
and No. ." for piano, flute and violin, with
Mr. llauer as pianist and Mr. Snslavsky
and Mr. Itarrere as violinist and tlutlnt.
The pi elude to Stephano M.illarmo's
Fclogue, 'L'upres mlill d'un Fauno", Is the
fl-st of the Debussy half. Mr. Itnuer will
then piny a group of soln for piano and
the concert will end with a new sym
phonic suite. "Le Frlntenipi." This work
h.m not been heard before In America.
It should not be confused with tae "Itondi'
ile I'rlnteinps." which was played by the
Symphony Society last se.inon. The now
hi te s In two movements. For next
Friday and Sunday Mr. Damroioh has
prepaiod Sir IMward Hlgar's new syni
phonle poem. "Falstan," which Is to '
h.ie Its Mist performance In America I
This work was composed specially for the
Leeds festival l:it October and Is called I
bv the .composer a study In music uf the
character of F.ilet.irf. On the stnie jirii- J
gramme will be Dvorak's symphony)
"From the New World" and three !!us
Klnn foil: songs by Lladow Miss Maggie
Tote, who will be Hie soloist, will sing
a group of songs with orchestra and an
Ae Marie by lliuch.
The Philharmonic Society of New York.,
Josef Stranky. conductor, will this after
noon give the third of Its series of Sunday j
aftirnoon nmcert lu c'.irmn'e Hall, with
Alice Nielsen, the soprano of the Chi- 1
iigo opera Ciiupauy, as the assisting
artist Mls Nielsen will have two up
peara.ices on the programme. In the flrst
half slupiiij an aria from Mozart's "Mar
riage of Figaro' ("Dch vlenl mm t.inlar")
and In the second half a mole modern
number, the "'bivotte." ft out Massenet's i
opera "Manoii." Tl.e orchestral numbers
n the !!. pirt of the pi ,nr ".uiime will
lie llneiln' ' Sui pris" vMiiphotiy out
Ileethoe:t's o'.iture "l.eonore No, 1"
In the se-'o.el 1 tlf the co.i.poit'o:
, liun .'ii from the oiU- of m iilertt
write:. Merry t;ilbei''s "Coniedv M;r
tui e on Ncglo Tlietiie," v. inch will re.
celve Its ttrst peifoiiniinci' at a Phil
harmonic concert, and the "Southern
Fantasy" of W. II. Huml-Uini the so.
cletv's prnpMimme ntinnmtor The pro.
gramme will be hi ought to the eloe by
the theme ami variations from Tschal
li ! suite No .1.
nn Tmi'Ml.K exeinug a. id Fiid.i nf
Iiiioon of :!! wetU III 1'ii'iefile Hall
the Pliilh.irinoni, ui.lKtia Hill ie its
rextll.ir pile of symphnnv eo'ieerts nnd
u ill hHVe the ,i"-. stance of lleatrlee ll.n-
YORK TO PARIS IN THIRTY HOURS IS
War type of machine. The car is constructed throughout of sheet steel 'k''-'iM J- S.
and in the floor is apparatus for operating machine llfr&t? M, 'llL 'S Au twSsS74ff n
guns and dropping bombs. XiW mtKKlSm tO
years of hard work und tedious experi
menting In his workshop ln Newark.
Throughout all that time of toll, which
often was rewarded only by disappoint
ment, Mr. .Smith has worked with the
one Idea thut tho machine of the fu
ture would not be one of tho "nl;lit
mato" type, but a perfection of the
present modn of flying.
Applying all the known principles of
mechanics, ptudylng the Htructuro of
birds and their mode of flight nnd
watching the results obtained by each
new machine Invented, Mr. Smith he.
came confident that he was on the right
track. Less resistance, more stability
and a practical assurance against acci
dents were the three main points, he
To achieve the flrst the Inventor
seriously Impaired his eyesight before
success crowned his experiments. Kor
hours nt it time ho worked In a closed
room, tilled with smoke from a wood
and smut tire, There with his various
models he watched the smoke currents
as he passed the miniature aeroplanes
through It until he finally struck the
stream line form which, he claims,
pai-scd thiouiili tho smoke, parting It
like n knife in front, without disturb
ing mi nlr current or leaving nn eddy
in the rear. The front of the (;r,'ift has
a rounded blunt face with the thick
est portion forward and tapering off
to a thin, tallllkc rudder in tho rear,
Not only Is the body of the craft hullt
In this stylo, but the, plnnes and every
portion exposed to Ihe wind are of
similar construction, which assures a
minimum of nlr reslstiince,
This stream line form of construe
Don throughout, which Is the principal
rlsou, the talented violoncellist, who his
had eitch an extraordinary success In her
concert tours abroad and who comes to
Ainerlrn thlH season for the first time.
Two lleethoven composition open the
programme, the "Fldello" overture and the
Symphony No. 8 In F major. Miss Har
rison will play the D'Albcrt concerlo In
C major, for violoncello and orchestra, and
the other numbers programmed are the
Dukas scherzo, the Sorcerer's Apprentice
and the Liszt "Spanish Rhapsody," or
chestrated by Anton Heidi.
A piano recital will be given nt Aeolian
Hall on Thursday afternoon, December 11,
by Kthel Leglnska, the Kngllsh pianist.
Following Is the complete programme;
llnch (ICSE-KuO) Prelude and Fugue
In i: major.
Scarlatti 1 1 0RT.-1 757 ) Caprlcclo In E.
Miozart 1 7,fi-1791 ) Adagio, from
Sonata, In F major.
Weber (17S0-142B) Hondo In C. "Moto
Schubert 17T-1S2S) Moment Musical,
op. VI, No. (i.
Mendelssohn (IS09-IS47) Scherzo, op.
16, No. 2.
Chopin (1S0S-IS4!) Freluile In D flat.
Schumann (ISlO-IS.'d) Toccata In C.
Ilrahms Mti33-13!l) Intermezzo In K
flat. op. 117.
Liszt (ISll-lSSi'.) Ln Cnmpanella.
Max Ileger (1S73) llumoresque In D,
MacDowell ( 1 S73-I90J) With Sweet
Lavender, op. 62.
ItHA'el Jeuz d'eaux.
Cyril Scott (1S79) Water Wagtail, op.
71. No. 3.
Debussy ( 1 562) Toccata, from "Pour
Mine. N'iiil Dimttileff, t lie lUi-slan so
prano, who returned recently from Itussla
after fulfilling there a short concert tour.
Is now coticertlzlng ln the West and will
appear in a Joint recital with Vladimir
Dublnsky. n Utisslan 'cellist, at the Aeolian
Hall this evening at 8.1..
At Carnegie Hall on Tuesday at 3 P. M.
will take place the third piano recital
of Josef llofmaun. The programme
Hallade, A flat major.
Impromptu, A Mat major.
Nocturne. F minor.
Mazuiku, II tl.it minor
Scherzo. II minor.
Sonatj, H Mat minor.
Valse, A minor.
Polonaise. A major
l-'.ttidrs. C sharii minor, C major slid
Kilt Krelsler. the hiIuiIkmI violinist. J
who liuil such lirllliaut uecess at his
first redial In Carneiiif Hall a fortnight
ngo. -vlll give another re.'itnl lu the same
hall next SaturdHy afternoon. Ills pro
gramme will be entirely iliffeient uu, wl
routalii some works of moiiern compilers.
Including the Maiulel.Milm I'oncerto.
There will also be one number by llach
for violin alone. The programme Is as
Sonata lu P Major Handel
AdaKlo m ml fugue In li minor for
lolln alone ... H..ch
Concetto for violin lu K iiiliim. Op
. . . Pugnanl
I. led ohiiH V,jrt . .M"nib lsilm-I"ielsb'.-
I'.iiisoitetlit llulleiiix- liMirak
Tambouiin Chinul- ICreisUr
Til" rr.il Mill, "I t of the Kllelsel '
quailet will tr.ke plaie at Afoliau Hull ,
on Tuesday eiilmr. Thu programme,
tjuarlel lu K majoi Mnzait,
f....f.t I. II ,1 n.ttm .1? It.n . I
Quintet, piano ami strings Friuick
Michael van '.uloru, piano.
Mine rjertrnde Auld will ghe u song
recital nt Aeollua Il.t'I on Krldiy evening,
ll-t progiaiiitm- will include floild airs,
nab !" thi f.im.iinr on (ram Handel's
' 1. All-urn nil PwiUti.o" and Bizet's
"Pearl Kiheis" UUI Italian a. is and
tnlsl, III l-OUK" Ulll also be llealil
The sei oud loni eit of the People's
feature of his machine, Mr, Smith be
lieves, will accomplish the dteain of
every uvlutur In that It offeis Su per
cent, less resistance to the nlr than
any other type. The planes are con
structrd also of a style which does away
with the necessity of the braces and
cross wires, which nie fragile find tin-
pedo the speed of the craft. A double I
set of motors, propellers and rudders
throughout, Mr, Smith declares, Is a
safeguard against accidents and serious
consequences from the breaking of any
parts. An entirely enclosed body will
accommodate a crew of slv men neces
sary to operate the airship on Its long
To Insure stability adjustable tips arc
plnced mi the ends of each plane, which
can bo manipulated by the pilot and
which will lend to right quickly the
machine or bunk It when turning. This
((instruction with tho weight below
the planes also Is a guarantee against
the headforemost plunge which has re
sulted In the death nf so many aviators.
Should the craft fall from any reason,
Mr, Smith declares, It Is bound to land
"on Uh feet," or rather on the wheels
situated under the car,
Tho dual system of all tho essential
parts absolves the nvlator nf uny worry l
about serious consequences should Ills
propeller break, his motor stop or his
rudders refuse to work. The planes
, of the machines to be begun In New
ark in a row nays will tie or the mono
type lu tnnilem form, each 75 feet
across and 10 feet wide, giving a sur
face of l.fiOO square feet, which will
lift l.noa pounds, They will bo con
structed wltli T shaped tieartM and
hollow Iron pipes, a separate pateataf
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Sympholiv Orihisti.i will tube place at
Carnegie Hall net Sunday at 3:15 P. M.
Schum i m'-. It Hat hymphuny. !lllieif
"Negio Kliapsod'' and i iiillinarit's fan
tasia for organ and otehestia ill tie
In I'linei.' Hall on Tueil.-iv eeung,
tienmber lil, at tl.e llrsi concert of the
Musical Art Soi l ty will he heard three
folkmuih settliiKs for small orchrstra,
nirauKed li IVrty Aldndge (iralneer,
Mock Moiris d.itie. s for string", lrlli
tune Horn County Kiriy and "Shephiid's
Hev" Mei tie Imikv for Mtlngs, llille,
(.larltv i In" n and lliinIi oiieertln.v.
Mi !r. li u- i not onl an ciith'iM.istlc
ilto.' i the li.b ni'isu- of bis pople,
but 'il't' . in ' i i. , i l i . i i if 1 1 .1 1 a.i.l le1!:
letil and i'Iiii.i M.nt',1 m .11 g.ve
thrlr "iund sonata lecital at the Prill
si Thi'.ille Tueid.o afteiuoon. Iinm
ber 111. at II ::!0 oVlo. U. the programme
being tlie time Itiahms sonatas. t)i!ig
to the siu sful and eiilhiislahtlo r efp
tlon ac'iinleil the llrst perfoi mance uf the
I'iiiili--hi i.itieerto iv Mi and Mis.
Mamie.- in Aeolian Hall Sundi.x aftir
noon. lo the ;ii ,,nip initio nt of the
strings o' tie Ni vv Vmk S n phony H
ilostr.i. thii .'umpoMtiuii will be ie.
peuteil at the H. "U .Miiiu.es njnat.l Ini'.il
(P . Ill
I. f H.1 .-. u a. I....J VsasK
Machine designed fur transatlantic trip. The car is entirely enclosed,
weighs 3,000 pounds and carries seven men.
Charles p. Smith.
9 Easy Payments
and DeKalb Ave.,
Tuisday afternoon, January 6. On this
occasion the concerto will be played In
its nrkinal form to the accompaniment
of a string quartet.
Haloid lleiirv, an Ameiicau pianist,
uho has heretofore appealed more often
In the West than III tlie Hast, will be
beard for tlie tlr-t time in New Yolk at
Aiolian 1 1 .ill on Tuesday afternoon, )v
Kr.inr. Ilgenl'ff will su,4 hi1- postponed
NeW Villi, letlt.ll Oil Tlll'MlaV evening,
IVr the Mist uf lt regular siib.-ei iplion
on. it. ulneli will a usual take place
at the Helaco Theatre on the afternoon
i.l Monilav. Peetmlier 1.'.. at 3:3(1 o'clock,
the Harrere llnsemble announcts a pro
gl limine of wide dlveislty and much In
li li st
Then will be two numbers bv the
clase composers a duet for tlarionet
and bassoon by Meitlioven. and a sonata
I'm piano and Mute bv Haydn. This
llttel will be plated lit (leorKe lt.ir-
lere. Hut, nnd Cuoltii lleebe at tlie
piano It. "lib s these there are four mod
em i uii'pusltlons announced A quintet
ii themes lu a popular form for mite.
PROMISE OF INVENTOR
feature insuring the gieate-i strength
pe nl latuleni lot 111, each i.i teet
with tlie le'l.st Weight
The.t w ill have a ilowiiwaid cm ve In
front and will bo i owi-ed with two
t' In shei ts uf aluminum, coining to
gether lu the rear and leaving a space
of si Im lies In the flout, thus carry
,111. out the .-llealil Hue fill 111 111'. I.
fun of tlie propellers will be In front
of Hie 11 1 W. lid pl.llle lllld Will bo set
i i pull toe other pair Will be lu the
ii.il of the buck plane mid will bo
i ii'M-d to push the air on the Mle of
i io U'rlulit machine, They will be
operated by chain bells running through
Hi" splice between the uvn plane cov-
riiius from a shaft In tin cur below
I i tlie (impeller shaft. Thee Imng
I ia ii on the planes will allow a larger
sweip and a longer propeller blade
than 1.111 be emp oMtl on iiui'hincs now
i i ISS
In i.ir In !.n will be supported by
in Plain Figures.
oboe, ilariuet, horn and bassoon by that
well known French musician and con
ductor with the mlsleadlngly lSngIl6li
name of lb nry Woollrtt.
"Itoiide d l.utius," by Chil-tian Krlen
will leceive its first blaring. It Is an
iiuus.il work In that It l written with
out bass, being scoied for the three high-
si wind Insti umeiits flute, oboe and
elarbi-t. (if exttnordlnary tcclinical
illtlliulty, it demands a very high degree
of vlrtuoMty for Us ndeipjate performance.
Another composition which will have n
fiist hiailng In New York Is n walking
tunc by the Australian composer Percy
Alilrich urainger, v hlcli enlists the flute.
ooce, iririuet, limn and h.is-oon and
which is catalogued by Its modernist
"iii'poer as "Itoniii Mu-lc Tit litis, for
Wind Kite Some.' He s.is further of
"Tiis puce 1r bas.d on a little tune
I made on a three days walk in the
Scott. Ml Highlands In 1900 as a bummed
Hcconipanlmtitt to my tramping feet. It
was worked out and (.cured In 1905."
The first manifestations of the worl:
Inch the Scliola Cnutorlum ba been
in i ompllsnirn; this season Mill be nt th"
f, il.i i illicit Suiidty night, I inber 14,
al 11. e ltiu-l'arlton, will. Ii l btlng ten
dered by the lnstltiit Krartcals lies Hmts
t'nls to Mie Trench Ambassador and Mme.
.1 tee and aluminum uibe fastened
to the centre uf each plane Around
this will 1m a i.ullaior of piprs to cool
the motor. In the forward p.ut of the
car. which will be enclosed entlrel. ,
w ill be two seats for controls und seats
for two pilots, .lust back of these will
be places for the wlieies- operator and
the Invintor, wli wiil bo the captain
of the ship l.o, it.d In Ihe centre
v. ill be two 200 hiiiee-puwer motors of
Mr Smith's special design, .,n,. con. I
iiected with ihe flout propellers audi
tin other w'th tlie rear. Two expert
nuch.iiilcs will attend to the engine.
The car will be constructed of alu
minum ami (he Mooring will 'imI.t of
a series of live Inch pipes, which will
hold OHO gallons of trasolene.
An Ingenious method 1 used for the
double set of 1 udders For ..nluiary
use theie will be .1 t,.i al I udder
Incited on tin no.-c of ihe i.ir and
horizontal rudders for ntl-dng or de
pressing the car on the tall. The other
set will be .similar to doois, which will
lie tlat against the sides of the top and
bottom of the car when not in use, but
which can be opened, those 011 the side
causing the machine to turn. That on
the top will make It ascend nnd that 011
the bottom will make It descend.
Mr. Smith has designed a special
type of machine, for use by the t!ov
erument for war. It hi smaller than
tin Intended over ocean craft, having
bill one plane. It can accommodate
seveial men ill the hardened steel car,
can carry a large supply of bombs and
can travel nt n high rate of speed. In
the door of the car are windows and
apparatus for working machine guns
and dropping bombs, all of which have
been patented by Mr Smith,
Should lie prove successful In Ills
transatlantic llicht Mr. Smith will be
gin Immediately the construction of
several larger machines for the trans,
portatlon of passeiigeis and freight.
The plans lor thes-e larger cars have
tecenlly been completed. The ma
chines will be much larger than the
transatlantic type, but will comprise
the same stream line form throughout,
SUBWAY AND ELEVATED CON
TRASTS. IIKItH is h derided contrast be-
tu'ceii tin pahieni;cin who ride
In the riihway and tit one In the
elevalcil cxprt'.sn traliia lu llin evenlnn."
said n man who ban been iinlmr ollher
out or the other of tlie.sn roada for yearn.
"In the Hiihwuy c.prrs.H tho puHsoiiBors
iippi ur to he more nlrrt nnd npp.irrntly
f hi J moio liiterrnt In their evenini; pa
peiH lliini do the p:uHeiiKi t'H In the ele
vated express trains.
"There Ii tin denying thai fewer pag
scnBcr" fall n-lti'p in the sulnvay tralnn
tluni lu the oleiilei i'.prenM trains, If
you waul pioof of this imserllou Miitly
tlie comlilloiiN Mime cM'iiliii; when ou
are rldjiiK homo in u subway cur. Tlicrn
be a largo number of pcraonn slt-
I OPEN EVENINGS I
Thrm u no retsoa why you should not niske
itn esrly selectlun. If drslml we 111 reserve
JnySuno for rhrUtmasiicll very on small py
1 "ent down. Wo lve you hundreds irf new
ml used plsnos to select from sod sltnost any
pnoe you wni i i ,
ni:w tnn!'w Soon
PIANO "IHIIi PIANO 'J
isMonti.lv Monthly fc",w
See Our Special
nr.NCit. rovKit anu ,1: ijou.fl
with this m-At'Tirt'i. rt.AEit
If you buy ""d. .!'Jnn.. ,!!'"'," n'J
you can return 1 m y "'" Z itnl-
r.'.r " ",VVf" he .mr.'h.e nrlie
$95 ROGERS BR0S.$4 r&
7 . a.t j Monthly
iin vnCF i, SON 4
U5 MARSHALL & CO. 4 lWT
. ....t a Monthly
4 Until InM
125 MILTON 4 un.it raid
KV r. ABLER
1 1'ntll I'alU
140 Schomacker & Co.5
145 l.inrleman & Son 5
Mont hi v
165 JACOB BROS.
Until P. ld
190 Stulz & Bauer
t mil t'litit
f...ii ... 1. 1
VICTOR $-1 p
We carry d' Mrlf I ne of crr
f l al-u All of il.e lutes tii i Ml.ir
KeciriS (nir liepurt ,.ent orTfr- eeri
flic liti to examine nmrlunrs nurt listen
1 CO' ItT. I'OK. I.tVINO-
STUN ST . UHOilK I.T.N.
Out hlock from Borottfe Hall lab, It.
.VVSr OPEN EVENINOS M
lltnr luick In their heats relaxed, b
sleep appears to be far from them.
"Tho noM cwnlni;. lo npiueclate tl
contrast, board a throiiRli evprcssnn ti .
eleiHted road that does not Mtop In
twceii Christopher ami Jifltli streets ai ,1
obs.'ive Ihe ciiudltiolis ill the car I
which you happen lo be. You will m,
tlce thete are many passengers enpime i
In le.idliiL,- their paper until tho trai
reaches the t 'lirl.stopher street statloi
When tlm Kuard calls out 'Ne.st stm
lliilli Mreef you will be surprised
the number of peiMius who will ful,
tnelr piipers. thrust them into tie t
piiil;i:.-i and then Mttl btick ami t,i l
asleep. Many oi iliein remain in
..iiiimileni hialo unlll the train rendu s
the teimuril nt l",".lli street, wheie i,
some can's the guards arc obliHeil !
iiw.iKen them unless sonic, otln i
tlioiiKlilful person performs this litr
courtesy before the uuatd luus time to
"It Is beyond me to explain why u
many punsuiKcrs n the elevated e
press trains fall asleep, but perhaps lb..
Milubilous coiulltlons may have sotin
thing to do with It. The subway trao
aro oiimdeil to excess nm) this contl
tlon IliaUes sleep alliuist Impossible. I'
you do happen to doze the passeni; r
dlimtl in front of you nccidentali
steps on your iocs now anil then to It
you Uiunv he is still there. Then tl'
subway trains make better Sliced and
sometimes It does not pay to fall asleep
us there is preat probability of beltm
curried past your station.
"Compared with tho Fubway train
the elevated express trains aro jirnc-tlcall,-
empty. Thero la plenty of root.
for pas.seiiBera to utretch out without
fear of huvInK other pnsHonucrs niep
on their toes. Tills may account fo
th law amount of sleepers and tli
soundness of the sleep."
CAR MUST SEAT 87 OF 100.
Am tlrilrr laiaril hy the Wlirtaila
Milwaukee, 1c. R. No coat no far
advocates obtained an ordsr from th
Stats railroad commission which proh
ubly will nerve as a model for a itreet
rullwuy rejuUtlon all over the. country.
The commission Issued Its order to th
Milwaukee Trolley Corporation, a aubsld
lury of the North American Company,
which control street car lines In ,-'t.
Louis, Detroit and several Wisconsin
rttlea. The standard of service is esuh
llshcd at slxty-seen seats for each I'm
pas'ienners durltir; the rush hours and 13 1
seats lor each Id) parstiiKers at othrr
Traftlc pollcetneii shall be, slationed nt
Impoiiant transfer points to limit Hi
loads on cars to tlm maximum comfert
able rarrylnt; ispniity.