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t and the wood In which two incident2 incident2fn nctdent4have
fn this story storyhad sto hay already occurred occurredJ3d
had not vet lost its l haves aYc3 Their tints tintsm tintshall
i hall m chal changed ecl and the gold olll of autumn nutnmnI autumnede1
I il had hadmer sucNtlttt stnccc ede1 to the green of SUlll SUlllj
j mer The tlul dune 1ll1tmberiu the t e place placewhere
1 where he hard lo ract t Li big heart strolled strolledi
1 i + thither Hp ishd to drarn rtn1 Ptlmps Ptlmpsd
d r t bl hoped hOI d to meet COICH lit W1S W1SDueb v vtauch
Dueb surpliSf to set wit 1 t he 10 rot ftuttul ftuttulLitert HId HIde
+ e Ur ria T i r Connt onntts 0 St I Ima rrrais Imaat1
is atas stttcd at1 lipt ulta for t b muJl b uc iehn iehnx On On1ehing
x t 1ehing 1 rivina g tb the du 1 she e UlJ ti s it f fIi
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tjj if c meat tft rftirt Thl i he dttP u 1 id idDot 1 le le1k
1k Dot to go 0 md t sat 1t dn bhl Le lll lllk ui1ousig1L
k 1ousig1L Iou igu ur paid she lj < wlug w in tu tuJ tofin
J f fin which she bc hed in hi lt r h1D1 hn1L L La
a L I RD fortunate < hi me meeting < tin tu u btp btpt
t 1 sholl spa spar 11 never fOrgl the senal C1j C1jr rt
r your mr excellency < rmettt 1 n ntin j tL tLtin
tin m end ctl to thl UUUl nuttarruus IJUS < ccuc eH 11 11wJlleh of
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which I fa till ietitu and which 1 1I 1Y
Y I beg you will believe I had cot III my tici mywise
i f wise provdkNl prov + lied JIY distress was so sogreat o oJ
J I br great lt t that lt r ma may have n ucleeteil thd to toI toj
I j thank YOU I do so o now from th the hot hota
a I t tom am or of mv y heart 1 have 1It t been toll tollyou
4 you were generous and Hf1t1 md III IIIt in inr
ibis I llli not deceived deechcl1UIademoleJ deceivedIadernoiscl1e
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UIademoleJ replied th the duke 1 1thinl 1J
J thinl you ot i exnem exaggerate te the cn ervlee ice which whicht
t R I bad the good fortune 1n 1UIII rrnltrYou YI U Ui
i You were alone and suhj t o 1 those hll hllwro
4 L who dill not tll the th tro tlot t t tll cOli cOliccal t ou ouI
I ccal their uwlcnJieul I 1 w in indigmmt ing
Tdibt digmmt dibt g fw t witness nts s ur that + uy 1 t 1y t tI ta
a I on1 31113 lenHmh remetnlred r ll I way w 1 irf tf Wh nthitran WhJoan
Joan a gentleman I If r OU hlll lir h + d a at at t
1 t brother lt he would liars hn n tcnl t ne a the e ac acThing S1 11 11thiu
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4 ac techui3nisi hurmi tb t t wcr Vert tl with Wz lama + r I
GQj r > n v rd and mooo nearer to hi ii iii
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I r wine mt dt day plle tilt n ul l uutt yTtu yTtutiviIl I
vii bt IRtve OU faithful and defJ devrrteI l1 I Ithen
I rnd then Y3t1 will Ingb nt H t > e d dwh 1 pa pable
ble ptopk wh insulted t1 < ytu tt You v iI iIlie IIIlie
lie enrrtHn to him and c cictpt > tpt < bi bihonor his histanor
honor nothin will he m dear to him himR hiinnc
R ab nc h day cia rash hour your our clear inm imnge imngeI e eilI
I vti1l ilI be fMt prtiscut nt to him Nall ncl be will willinolablc rilltremble
tremble nt th the sound of your foott foottVht fnotsttVit
Vht roll sa say r pUtl < the U e COlt COltI cot t
I t ftJS ma uines m my blood move like hma hmatn burain
tn Inn Utro through h In my veins ein A ne new sn snI s si
I i l i itneat It unknown ullkno H till ti Ull nUw IHTJIS wtC tlts 11 11j 11tftdiu y yiadiug
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f t 1lt r wIllet 1 I love n m u1 l lto how puppy willbe will willt
t be the life of one who loves you Site Sitebrill lt ltWill
Will hno know neither envy eU nor hate Youmilt You
milt 111 Ix her got od nIhl aut her king md andwhen
1 when you come to die str s will grierc griercftr rilw I
flr yot t fm the sun of her life willbn will
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1cII k ice < e sIt she arose Peiehstadt talk hN herluln hNImod
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1 uu understand eribuul your otn tlwJtiou 11 I II isaid
I said 141 ulnr 1 lid wf wlsh h you Otl to think 111 t
loycd 111 Uutt muUler SI who IHI 1ofcscs i
11 Ss m my heart b It humble child th thdauhtI the thet I
t daughter of n sI1der s + Idier lr nm mon eluvtyour I
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your head you cm S see l lte r flwllIin flwllIinOne w ellingr welling
i + One morning rnornin in rise lt tn thi Jm line wool woodgtt
1 gtt Ie lur my m heart md I hay never IUerwJth neveri
i + withdrawn wJth mwn it Fcrtune has separated sepu1tetlus
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us but in sCtltc Itc of ohstu obstacles l s I still lo lobftl love
1 her for she is simple and good goo and andj ml1croftr
j licr croftr lofty5onkdsthe soul is the emblem of In my lostI lost lostlirnncc
lirnncc lirnnccThe I + rancc rancci
i ° The countess understood that thei the thewoken
i woken h lte J rt had been given to Colette Colettenul Coletteand
and thero the coquetry UttIY she h had displayed displIycdtld
tld b Cell n 3fiattl vu d S She c bowed respect respectL respectfully
L fully t tale duke and returned to the thei thee
i e chttl chateau > m to report to her lmtcctor the theI
I biprect hi p reck of their hopes I
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I 01 the ancient anci nt dwelling wcmll a b f it would wouldestroy woulddestroy
destroy tltem In th the dl cltetu telU iht ihtmay ights ightsmay
may uc seen borne orne hither and thither thitherbJ
bJ trembling hands Mow different differcntfrom differentfrom
from that spring evening when the thepale thepale
pale li light t of l stu students ents lamp shone shonefrom shonefrom
from th the wIndows of tile 1lmrtm apartment nt of offIle ofThe
fIle Eaglet gagletThe EagletThe
The tempest without s seems ms to have Ilayct1111 havetaken
taken posS possessott < ston of the palace IU and fin fincc filled
cc ed it with constern coasterrlation tioi1 In Uw vast vastgalleries tstgnllcris
galleries tilt servants wore about in insilene n nsilence
silence Upou the warble steps lend lendtrag leadIttg
trag to th the elltr1U f m olcl man stir surI stirrounded
rounded by priests and fltlendwts a aYiWCtS ad advnnces
I YiWCtS olmnly l1ud unler the flick rlng etfnglights rlngUgilt
lights of tb the lDlIS hlcs in those thosewho tuo e ewho
who kneel before Ilim lIe is the tb arch nrchbishoi archbisliOp
bishoi of Vicnn wh Ii has come to Hl administer Hlminishr
minister Ue last rites to one about to todl todie
dl die for that terrible victor death who W110spares whospares
spares neither the treat nor the bum bumble hunibie
ble is bout 1 to cuter lltc the clJ1 chateau tlt1 The Theul TheEule
Eule ul = of neichstl1 whom 1t hi his 1J birth birthhis Ithhis
his father had named the ldn king of ofHome ofItome
Home in a few short hours will have hacceased haveceased
ceased to live His hopes blasted bl1stedhis
his illusions dispelled he is content to todie todie
die A At t the 1 bottom of thc 11 last st page of ofhis ofhis
his hIstory will be written thc words wordsHe wordsHe
He never reignedPoor reigned reignelPoor
Poor exiled prlnce plln There was but butone butone
one person to warm Iii hip t ot1 1I hrarl > 1It md andshe mds
s she e n very Sours OU11 1iI like l1imllf ill 11 ot1J others otherswere IS ISwere >
were in indifferent i1 ercut to him and to hi t cue COHCmies cueInies
mies hIs death would lie welcome 1011 < In Inflct Infact
fact since that IHllllOlabI nienut Lt ni night ht when whenhe 1111 1111he
he returned to SehoularulIlI aftH tftt r 11l 11liug bay baying
iug been lctrayed lJ tractl he had talJn iii u o t teep adeep
deep eep lassitude lIe could eou not Ion sup support up upport
port l 1ll0uotonous cxistcnct pxi ttlCC anti n nspite uspite
spite of the encotii llCOUIW1i1Hlt t tuoat f ihrp Silvrein ihrpin
in spite of the t ten lltlN < + Ir cumolation onlIl1 iIII of ofColette ofColette
Colette he ouned < thl t1 loin till his rc rcleL releace
leL A terrlhll 11l1I tualadv idy 1CfHlcn > d i iI is islxst
last days gloomy in 1bJ tit t tat extreme x tIen > t tsat
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sat at upon hi his 5iIow and dlir deprivell et1 hintof him himI
I of sp it hi lesieged t Lit 1r1 withflf cc ccI ces cessation
saUou it fmrow 11 hi i ettt jo and audchiStietl andchiseled
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chiseled deep wrinkles on his iJrowutHl iJrowutHlI brotynndraising
I raising th the real ell of the future it showed showedlslm bOWl bOWlrlm
rlm death waiUn for him himfro hlntTo
fro die so o young after Imin dlam dlamNl t 1talued
Nl of such n glorious destiny ithlrlt withtbthonor ithlrlthonor
honor file fOIl of the Eigle El I ant tnt I Ealtt EalttI izlctwithout
without win winzs s fa far from his tt11 eyrie eYTipi
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in the land of Hit stranger Ins mar marady
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mly grows UfQIl him every day He liebeconea I IhccomeJ
hccomeJ depressed epleS5 with ith the th immns itntnensepalace 1 1pnluc
palace biOf brother hr to t the li mnrul tom tomb 11 In Inwhich dowhich
which tomorrow v lit wiil bl laid r ic1 bystrtngers hy I IstrlIlgtrs
strlIlgtrs if the sun would onl only warm warmhtirI I
him with its rays If h he could 0711 only goo goto I Ito
to the park to tlli with S Siivert lvpc 10 10laugh tolaugh
laugh with Colette nm this was 15 Im Impossible linpossible
possible since it was winter Thttlow Thttlower The flow flowers
er ers > Ire gone anti Iu ihe SWt wood woodhere woodwhere
here his lore for Coleuc way horn file theleaves filelcn
lcn leaves yes 1 are re ftHen dJ1fl J jy t the h Masts MastsLikc I IfJikc
fJikc the trees his lon It d t1f + poiled of ofaU ofg
aU that mode It roan g Under the thewim1 thewind
wind of evil years 11a have la 1O8d sedyears sedyearsthat m I Ithlt
that counted double douhleY5tc doubleY
Y5tc Y estertlay rday in order to o dlrlt hiE hiEthough llathoughts
though s bf fJ furced l J hi tl ut df tn rend rendlIe readlie
lIe tool 11 < one lJr OUt triage glorious gloriousbulletins rlorioushulletins
bulletins Whet < hi his fH 1athrr Iltr en 4 tack tackI1 t h hIHte
IHte I1 e hail in inscribeh crblJ a vetur Col He Hecoul IIecould
could not continue OUL D lit Wha t gt u1 no noth1t now nowthat
that fill was on over Then IH grew grewtvcaker r rwctler
wctler Thinking that tIlt fail bath bathcone
I Icome
come th the duke SPilt 11 e tWt t vo ttttti tttttifill
fill friends who hurl d I i is ftar ftartunc fmtune
tune In his last mOUlcnl fn far from 11411Ihis fromhis
his de dear tOuntl country he Iv1hed hell to think thinkbj thinkby
bj hodin hoding their hands that h he was wasdying wasdying
dying on the soil of ir France FranceBut Itt IttDutthe
Dutthe But mite storm illCle lucretsls es nUll his az azOi 1 i iony
ony Oi etloubles Ht sleep for a 1 vio viotnent m mment
ment the suddlnl suddenly aI atvakrs kc IIi Ilk S SOIl ey eyon
OIl which death seems to ht n cast castits 1 1its
its dimm s become once morc hri ht htnm it itand
nm and his lips recover their I lost t c9lor c9lorColette Iur IurColette
Colette nn and Sihcle sustain him in inthei intimed
timed arms The voice or tC + Ilukc Ilukcloud luheloud
loud and penetrating 5ouud forth in inth inthe
th the sHluf of the nj ndfiht ht tll slave n the i istorm istorm
storm stormWhat I
What 11 ruariOils sP spxctacit < ctlI do my myees niyeyes
eyes lHbold iwholdThe lHbolduTIIt
The fop of wlnter lu CI 1m hire H c disappear disappearell p r rell
ell forever and the halwy ttalw ai of sliag iit iittlaats
11ous over r ray lY fa fac caressing tres in m my hair hlirl t tfI i
lOr fI Have < had n sad d dream dreamlong CliOJ ow
long it lasted > i I f If
1 dreamed that I wa sad alum alumtlant alo
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tiUIt i ns a slave slaveI
hI I was haluNl to It rod beneath benerthwhich beneathwhich i
which the wn waves b beat beatThe at atThe
The Sea IlCt1in left at my myt te feet feetodious e t todious
odious monsters which seemed to mock mockme mockme
me powerless ln and disarliled disarliledThe diSH l1ued l1uedThe
The dream Is nnish finished l1 A gitutdc gitutdceagle ti 1ll1jc 1ll1jcenglC
eagle with outstretched wins win s dc dcscen descended
scen scended ed from the abyss of b heaven > I n and
breaking my bonds clmsiu awa IUr
enemies set me 1t lib liberty libertySince rt rtSince
Since that blessed essc < 1 1n day < how far 1
have traveled trneledIt
It seemed that a ntle hand guided guidedm
m my trembling steps stepsIn
In moments of res re 1 rose e at night on
the field the stars for
lamps bow 0 of often
ten hte I felt a earessits calessing breath fanniug fan fannln
nln niug my brow brownut browBut
nut the end has as Ccnw Ccnw1l1c emrThe
The old chateau ha has tii tliapiMarctl a an1
and tu the people of France liraU have assem
bled led as though waiting for some one
ullc wbom they await Is s my rnrsel eif f the the80n theson
son of the E9 Eagle EagleI le
1 fpl my win wings But who 110 arc these
two wom n who Ire alkil at my I Isid Iside
sid side Silently Silt ltly t they t y a advance mce I remem lem < U1
e ber one day ay l young girl whom I hud hud10l
loved told me that in winter
nights hermother her hermother
mother had rend to her about the young younshepher
shepher shepherdess es3 who was to deliver France
from the yoke or the stranger strangeri
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it i Is she e eherdess at t mj r rght t Joan fo tM steep sbepherdess
I herdessBut herdess herdessTIut
The Thechild Ihec
But tile ollJerwho ig she
c child ild of the IJeoplc who stopped the theHuns theIltuts
Huns and saW to the conqueror Attila AttiIaYou Attilaoti
She saved saved1Itis
You oti i iiat shall go no farther
1Itis iat is from being pillaf pillagd pillagdufwl eti etiSWcet
Go Gosent God GodStdot
ufwl > t tloWCIl of the roJntlY
sent them and gave the hnn hand to colt eQIIdud coltduct
dud me to him himHut himRat
Hut t black cloud con corers s the sky skjI
frozen in winter and nndfrcJIU andfrom
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I see a
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from It serpents eri
Good nod gnmt that the they do not come OlIleupon comeupon
upon me meThpj mncThey
They 11 ire done gonfOh doneOit
Oh mj dear nr ColettI do you on rememher remem rememher
her those tting hour when we sat satto sattogether
to together ethr under the stars stmsI starsOne
One night wc departed for the home homeof
I for forCCl forever
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of God where we were to
ever to lire on the beautiful drclm ream 01 01loc oflove
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11v lv father awaits me and I must mustjoin mustjoin
join him but you will ill come too for forlo I Ilove
lo love jon so well wel1lhc wellThe
The dream had ended The Eaglet EagletWl
Wl dead cll1I1Silclc deadSllvere
Silclc restraining his t tears 1ls left Colette Co Colette
lette to her grief 1n and 1 drawing n tri triC0101 tricolor
color from l s secret erct drawer CIf the 1 desl deslpiously sl slJ1i4JlJst
piously covered cot CIe1 the l body 01 the duke dukeIn tllc tllcIn
In it dig s fold blackened Jncl > e cd h by lwdr l Intl Intltorn ntl ntltorn
torn hy shot Heichstldt was to sip sleepforever sipforcnr
forever tlr13iug with him to hi his for fOlilI foreicn
eicn ilI n grave n srnething m1thin of his lost lo t c OUU OUUtrY nuun nuutry
trY
os s lh old soldier iibishe hIs task t351th taskthe
th the 1001 opened softly On tbQ thresh threshold
01 1 stood Ictte1llich At the sight the theoh1ieL thesoldier
soldier suuted und placed himself be beforl 10fore
fore the Iuth on which 1pos reposed > ll 11 The TheEaglet H HElgIet
EagletMouseigPeur Eaglet ElgIetJtouseiglcur
Jtouseiglcur he sli said your task is istinisl1c istinished
tinisl1c 1 You may indeed rejoice But Butdo Butdo
do not anger God by remainiug here hereDo hereDo
Do you 011 see that l kneeling lleelin woman It Is Isl IsFrance
l France mnce who weeps Go Yom pres presence presence
ence is an r n insult to her woe woeTIlE woeTILE
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ouspicnom in PI clta detail detailThe iI iIThe
ntJity are 1 re
The 1 1ing revised pm hows a plot ompri ompriin
t41 south Iouththe souththe
in ing 0 ap acres Frmn north
thou a mill wd a aJttlltCI auarter
the groullll gI uttiltl5 are
JttlltCI I nud from cast to west half n nmile
mile The gs rmtlls a11tls are sslug sslugnorthern i ituated rtcd in the the110rtllern
northern par part 01 Bllflllu ntH and 1 are ease easeily easily
ily reached either d direct or by transfer trmsferticket transferticket
ticket by l nil the electric car ar lines con constitutiu constituting
stitutiu Ole citjs perfect street rail railwt railway
wt way system 011 the northern side are lrctlJC arethe
the tracks of the New ew York Central CentralBelt CentmlHelt
Belt Lime to which the j steam ran ranWlY railwiys
WlY t cntcring > ntprin Buffalo will ill ht we e accp accp1ulin IICCes5durin
1ulin < the EXIJOsitioll The outhNn outhNnPCtll outllcrnportion
PCtll portion uU of the rol1IHI I is a port of Dl Delaware
aware ark nlll contains a lake of irregular ir irlc
lc regular uIlr situ http p2 more than haIr 1 mi1 mi1Ion
Ion indicated by Ittl letter r 1 II on the thlground theground
ground Iltn This part p rt of the EqO tcpudtion j jUon
Uon plot 1 is already very beautiful tilt tiltcity thent
city of BulTnln h acing r rlauds sIte SIKnt nt many thou tllOUluds
lauds or ddlar in planting shnlhs and andt antitrees
t trees rs of mn many n rare 8pee species and In pro producing prrduring
during llml landcake lctpc effects rrect that give h to tothe tothe
the eve a beautiful yistn from every everypoint everyIioint
point of view viewlhe viewThe
The main southern entrance of lJ lJExposition he heExposition
Exposition is on Lincoln larkwl in indiclted indicated
diclted h by the letter A At the left J3 asyou J3Jou
you enter will be the beautiful A Abright 1 1bright
bright Art Gallery built of white mar marble marble
ble and costing upward of 30000 30000This OOOO OOOOThis
This is the gift or a citizen of Buffalo BuffaloMr
Mr 11 J T Albright and will he a per permanent permanent
manent fireproof bulldng for public pubUcuses
uses devoted to art On the right 13 13the isthe
the beautiful new boathouse and shelter shel sheltel
tel erected by the city ot Buffalo BuffaloCrossing BuffaloCrossing
Crossing the bridge between tIle lakeand lake lakeln
ln and the North Bay the New York YorkState YorkState
State building rna may be seen on the north northban northbank
ban 0 the b1 bay This also is of white whitemarble whitemarble
marble fireproof and l permanent permanentstructure perniauentstructure
structure It will be devoted after the theExpositi theExposition
Exposition n to the uses of the Buffalo DuffaloIIistorical I II I It
t historical Society SocietyContinuing SocietyContinuing
Continuing up the slight grade across 9CIOS3the acrossthe
the blj bridge ge we now come to the Approach Ap i iprotch
protch D where we 0 get et the firs firsbroad
broad rotl view ie of the wonderful group 0 0buiJtlin of ofbuilding
I
building t1 levoted ote1 to the various alions ex exhibit exhibit
hibit divisions or the ExposUon ExposUonI
It will lJi r noted 1Jy reference to the tbli theground
I i ° ground pIau that the buildings aregrouped are are1OUIld
grouped lfOUllll a system or courts courtswhich
which ha have U been ll aptly l1 > tl described ti4 In Inthe r rtime
the form of an Inverted letter r Th Thtran The Thetransverse
tran transverse erse court eOITC corresponding IoudiDg to tk tkcross tltcross
cross of the T is 01 the E Esplanade plana e cspa cspabl capable
bl ble < of accommodating 20000 OOOO people peopleNorth I
North ort 1 1ort 1 or this t liS corresponding with the thtpelJIHliculnr theperpendicular
perpendicular of the T 1 are the Court Courtt
r rI
I ut t I uuntnm5 find the Plaza which
reach almost to the northern limits limitsthe o othe
the grounds lOl1ml On either side of the theCourt theCourt
Court Court of Fountain < are the suuilr subordinate subordinatecourts inlt inltcourt
court known IS the Court of Cypresses CnnefstsI
I and Il 11 Court of Lilies These severa severacourt several severalcourts
court have a 1 combined HC of 3acres 33 33ncrcs
acres which is far more extensive than thmi thanthe
i
the court of any former fposition fpositionaull
anti nn count or tilt mmmll tn1 tn1rllIlI mrtaere1tf
ere1tf rllIlI I oppttnut 10 h1 4 11 t related relatedrat Iaho Iahorat
rat and h nutiful dutli Ieeo to toIn
In all the courts are 11 to ill 1 large pooLt pooLtlIltu Of Ofilllu
illlu wtidJ hellltiful Ca IIltk I + tt > and wn wnhrflll ivtnirrful
hrflll fountains wiH thro v steia Ith rp crtisal rpInl
sal 1rpI1JH < To ft th the WJtt1 r fttun fttunnilI featursWill
Will hI uJckcl the harden tr n tfitls fIsr fIsrwill Best Bestwill
will oiUlril Jnr large e tiuttcen ut tI rartlens rartlenswith 1ttn1 I Iwith
with forum I ells I of Ia rare re anti beautiful beautifulamtl I I1I0wll
1I0wll HUI amtl lJluny plants uf a t hill hi hly hlydecuraIIV i idelol1i
delol1i ht attraettt 1111 11 s IUspJljfJ IUspJljfJ1hrnt IiiP lacI lacItlll
tlll 1hrnt oti hnr t tmi till courts Url The gTUUIJ s solrt i iomde
omde olrt icle 111 the main group tlf lluild iruillingi iruillingiart llg I IIn
In al tloto o 10 he richly Iidll slontI 11101111 > 1 with hor horticl1ltuml hor1iculturaI
ticl1ltuml and floral fealms s The 1Itehor 1Itehorticultural hor horI
I ticnltmll xhihits to whih ahollt s srv srvIl v vIll
Ill Il aClrs CI > s are devoted eotf l in till southern southernpu onlhcrnJut
pu Jut t of the ground will n 1 lOntrilH1h lOntrilH1hlJllleh contrilutehutch
lJllleh to the leeoratin < effect In this thisexhibit tli
I
exhibit > will be over OO beds > many 0 0t1l11 othem
them containing hunclled of plants vi vit
i t single iH le variety lricty of flowers 1IOt5I flowersThe
I The exterior walls of all the tmid tmiding butdin
ing in s of the Exposition art r1 to be b of ofI
I staff All 11 cornices corners tvintlowoptor wfmioJw wfmioJwJ
OptIIr b anti IH J tntrll1ec UI are rccclTm rccclTmcr g gverb
verb cr clabtrale Iarltt 8tlorlnent ltlJrlm 1t > in mOth mOthplac rnofd rnofdlil
plac lil tlc work ibis o orautuentatiun rnWUOH a Hun i4 i4of i iI
I of a 1 far none tlahor elaiiorntc h and autrit I
I I II I i character t than t hPiptofore l trI o on n any anycxiifsiton t teXJhslilon
eXJhslilon 1 i bit h roof or aU ft utild utildI mJt mJtI
I lugol at Ut to h IIe or nd lill liltTti l1 till IlUi IlUiI tltr tltrI
I wall are tft ht Jt11nt tlnte in i I larri larriCU r j jj
j ccII CU rlt iilz ii2 1 ltti t aiH fL n ntl t ttb
tb tl + cy cyThi 3r 3r71tis
Thi E 1 t m li Mmd at nt p t tucnt 1 1I1tJit
I1tJit la p < nt flf tirLii tri u cli iT iTTheft
Theft win bt Tort ht J 12 irot Jr t i of ofmnititprn o otnagtmititnl
mnititprn t1r1 I wnkC W Trlre by r n nfII t tor
fII m nr merit1u oilulptON o of rw rwI rmtPhis
I This gim i difm i is under ih the is
11 dirctilln of Karl l litter wit WiS s seJtI mchar
char rl rfm f sklJ r w k kl H tht thtCuhmbiaa ITo IToCulutnbau
Cuhmbiaa Exxsiiou n as If Chit ChitOwil Iricagu IricaguO
O Owil ism tn Ii Hw Inarnl Heartless of ofFJH ofbaits
baits with Its unllnHl lfJWtJ it itl1r dclarge >
large l1r l area of the courts and ttt li atran lirlngJC1H
ran rlngJC1H ° etuent of till baildturs uiJtifll S about ttt ttteoutts ht htCOIHt
COIHt it lies tt11I made > r 1present ossitlt ihll tn tnpr
pr present S1t aU u ttricu E l far trte trtetIahor
daoorHl tIahor to r UtI strand rand r1mn sny ny taJr Lelureconceived taJrcouitOI
conceived tonme orJl 11 hOI3 horsepower poWtr and nnlmono andnor
mono thn ttlart n tIOJOU fnca incandescent ntlf lItt elect tt ttlamps t t111mpf
lamps will hl t1UIJJoNl inthi in this woud woudI s sfu
I rul furfultioa 1 l Tiit
hI renter lie ilt I 1 1tl1s
1 tl1s dIJIIY ° wi t h the rJldk Etc trlc 1 1e c cer
e er a structure of sUI > rlth hta j ystanding
standing hetwflD tlw tb Clara nIl LJ LJCoer r3Court
Court of FUlDtrini Point min3 ThI gJDrio gJDrioJsntd gltrlondesmgncd
Jsntd b Jut GnltD ihwtj lfaw o 11
3 Zl fpI Ili J I its seiurn W hrD fat fata f1 f1a
a 1H m r ea 1frtIt t i ft ftt t w a11 a11tt 1 1lJ
tt lJ feet hJ f Iii g upon a 1 ttIraltJ terractdLaY ttIraltJl
LaY l Ibis caratle J Wjdt ud all lIlt f cn euntains cntaius
taius of nil the courts will u be richly fir firlUWUtattt 11 11luwilHft1
luwilHft1 nt night in L t grelt great variety varietyof uletyI
I or colors giving 111 effect of fantastic flntllstiI fantasticand
I and enchanting beauty beautyStanding I
Standing In theF9e the Fore Court Qourtm > and
looking north imme immediately lateJ1 In front 13 13the 13the
the Triumphal BrIdge 0 Thi brld brldgg brldgge 9 9will
will be b bof e on one of the most bERUUruJ works orktof
of the Exposition having b foil JPtftt JPtfttviers sre8thers
hers I surrounded nn and surmounted bj bjscnlpturell
sculptured groups modeled modeledter d b by XI Bit Bitter
ter and others Cr Cros4ing lnJt tbf tritlge tritlgeVie I Iwe
we may see oa the e eStreWe trewe right ht tho thothr e 1o 1othree
thr three gre eat t bulltJj buil + Iini oI NIft1 erf t t A I Ly t trIatlonai t1ae t1aenat
nat rIatlonai nal 1 1Its AornmttJt for O Itf ltrr I Iits oQ
its exteDiIC xten lvr Xhitt4 111bt gsthec athrr + rl CrND all alldepartment aile
dP department e artmenta Uu the extrtm left a athe ar e
the Fclstr Forestrand and liaws Urticwt Urticwtand
and Graphic Arts bniltJiQ buihlinxt At Ute Utenortlff tieilsnak
nortlff ust st corner fir tJh gJlaD gJlaDComt I ilsnak f fCourt rttirtl
Court cf 10UUt Fountains D1 II the Etb EtbhuHn IEtbitokwy IEtbitokwyi
huHn i u11 011 the op it t ffrnPr I Ithe It Itthe
the Tmpl f of Musk 111 Nit t Drtla Drtlathf as asth
thf < right rj l1t1s is the rUllutnftor aDd tib tibera Ii Iiml
era ml Arts building and an on the kft n t tlI tike tikeMnebIairy
lI MnebIairy chln rr and TrlII lra119ortuthin IJOrUttioft bt heihh heihhinns hl hlin
in inns North or the tb Illl on th r right dt i3 i3th I ItI
th Agriculture huih1in und 011 the Ulthft theleft
left the Electr Electricity Cty hllihlin In t11 t11centrr the thecenter
center Is S the Electric Tower In tJI tJInortheast the thenortheast
northeast corner of th the grouJl11 is isStadium tire tiretadiurn trinewithm
Stadium with its htr large fOlltra eittrane 1MdIid 1MdIidjn bsikljag
jn jag mile milethe Z Opposite on tl1 the W went t ir et ettlw
the Plaza ii the Jur I ntnn to tllle tllleMidway tieMidway
Midway On the north b tit 11r 11rlaa 1 1l
l laa a or r monumental fIftr1IJIi e and II IIYJDd lblP lblPyon1
YJDd ti hi i tb the great rat hoildiDjC but reesI reesIly rn nt nti
i If founts t to be D neresitry > ry fo for traosp transportatin l lI
I tltUJn exbiJa3 exhil + ts and rorwil1 a part parti ae aetbs
i tbs fh the SplDfJid sp ndid t1Hway 81 satoi f1 i 1t 1tI Tc TcWeW
I nw bundin j on dEotti I to toprrrluCt la laI
I prdU t8 and the other t l i rcutura rcuturamachinery kulttJ kulttJi
i machinery arc t iug rtfed but botrbow1 a t tshown
shown in the plan Thc tin st stpia stoek di diplay
pia play is east of t the tb lanulact0ft5 lanulact0ft5lAlJeral aaW aaWLiberal
Liberal At building fD tile tileftstern snCM snCMeastern
eastern part o the grounds al tk tkState theState
State and Foreign buildIDstK the Stx StxNatiols S4zNations
Nations Indian exhibit tb Plltllppines PIfllp PIfllppilltS
pines Ordnance r nance anti Itor I ore try exhl exhlThe eihlbtts eihlbttsThe
The exhibits to be made It the Pan PuuAmerican PanAmerican
American Exposition embrnce eller ellerline every everyline
line of human effort They baT been beenclassified bCiUclnssHied
classified lS follows EI Electrical ctrlcullraehin ctrlcullraehinery Machin Machinery
ery llld Appliances FIne Art rti Pninlo Palnttlug Pninlolng
lug Sculpture an and Decoration Graph GraphIc
Ie Arts rts Typography LItho I I lhoru raphy raphyDram plJ plJDrawin
Drawin Dram In Engraving and an Bookbinding BookbindingLiberal BOlJkblntJlnLibeml
Liberal Arts Education Enineeriol EnineeriolPublic EuineerinPub1h
Public Works orks hygiene and SaaltntIon SaaltntIonConstructive SaaltutlonConstructive
Constructive Architecture Music and andthe uljthe
the Drama Ethnology Archucoiegr ArchucoiegrAgriculture rcIuJ gJ gJAgrIculture
AgrIculture Foo Foods s and A Aee WOtI WOtIAgriculturtl rodes rodesAgricultural
Agricultural Machinery and JplL JplLmentE Iapkmeats
meats Dairy Products and ApptilUlftS ApptilUlftSHorticulture Apptia ApptiaHorticulture
Horticulture VIticulture VI Floricultisn FloricultisnLire Ioricalt IoricaltLIe
LIe Stock Horses ClttJ > Sbse SbseSwne I ISwn
Swn Poultry aDd Pet StO fk < r restry Fite Fiteestry
estry and Forest For t lrA1ucts 1i 4 4FIsh berioey berioeyFish
FIsh Products rind ApparUu ApparUuAnd UDSa UDSaand
And Metallurgy M Machinery Maafat Maafatturres Slua Sluatares
tares Il1ih uihays ay y Ce e scl 1chichiDrib 1chichiDribnance ttajd on onnance
nance exhibits front slatn aDd aDdlafes eon eontries
tries ot the western bemispbere bemispbereOne beml p n nOne
One of ttl tict alebit arcbiltrrtural tur 1 1tures Ili Iliturec
tures at tb the Psnsm IanAmerican ricaD 081tJeul Expoeitiuw111 081tJeulw
w III w111 lie the splendid Temple of I IThfs Mnuh MnuhThis
This wm be the eenter Dtpr for amkW amkWterests I Iterests
terests at the great AUAmfllcaa AUAmfllcaap U 1 1Position
p Position 3Itio Music lovers rill UI na nawend natwend
wend their WilY to this bundi building tier Yeqsoon tiersoon
soon after nrrirnl upon the grcwl grcwlnd grog i irani
rani nd both here and from the tbestands OtusUl OtusUlstands
stands in the grCttt Espla Esplanad aDd b bthe I Ithe
the Plaza tbe they will always Gad tDe
entertainment in progrHe whkh wh 1a willaril dill dillartl
aril eal al tu their 1 uir Iota uf mnk1 mnk1t ruu + teal trA trAi
t The Music M uric Tfmtt I well ahng fjO fjOi Goward
i ward COIt1fJ cuutpletIOU tioll I it t + arehtta trblhtUft tune I afree iii iiifle
free tratm treatment nt u th the apanh apanhI sa b 1k114l1J 1k114l1J8tln
I sauce 8tln e it bfin being octagonal ta ooal iD form wIt1t wIt1tntl wklrnttvIlions
ntl TlIioDt Ilt tb the t corners rs Tb trIIUIIIi trIIUIIIintrlnce rrOtaentrance
entrance h Jg n at t the OrDfr of the tIW tIWutmade 11Y 11Yutarade
utmade aD an1 Court Hurt of t ountaitu lJuot U Ui M Msliaciotn
i sliaciotn iRcious court upon which bid mrlrt mrlrtthe III IIItb
tb the j principal bulhliugr undiD of fOrEs fOrEstion tiw ltsittri ltsittriLion
Lion have t their IroohlC s sI TW TWf Thessraker
f and t3 ttalustrade lust mdt tn or tb ehboritte tntt rri rrisition
SIUOD the > latter lrirJC IJt > nm mms fa fato famiiiDr famiiiDrto
1 to the mnieftl rni h ai world WOI i The interior oil efti
i th the temple wm bt particularly fttIfo till tillIts kits
Its sculptural awil Ult OW feeotatieaa feeotatieaaThe f tOfatThe
The > exterior xt riOI tit ttlf tb huiJdint b u l4iru wiD wiDonah ke ker
r ornate n Inlai tIural + tural eataarts uh 1P4 1Nll 1Nllgroups 1 1I
I groups roup ot sculpture k siKned i DJ I Itrat 10 Illitta Illittatrate
trat tb the IJUrl IIDtl I taadr hanc Pr 01 01bulldu tie tiebutldur
bulldu A dUU1 w bOle truD is13fi is13fifeet iii 1 1feet
feet above IrHl and WOoiJC 1ntr tIr Noc I IrUUant Lc Lcbrilliant
brilliant wit with golden lttn tints and odIw odIwrich ttfllterrich
rich hues rues gives hes on hnposing irupo lI idnliek II tilt w wlb ticsthe
lb the tnH1r Star sbUIUJtl windows win Qws Qwsthe it itthe
the fIreD or the tlOUlt admit nbtmtllJrtCI nbtmtllJrtCIlight ahandnitclight
light to the Jllr large e auditorium This wIlt wIltseat tl1 tl1sellt
seat 1 100 OO perntls 1er ohs and with tile th ftld ftldtim nddltivr
tim 1 seating cal l tllttcit + ucity afforded tit dllt dlltbnJo1Jcs t1 t1bakoales
bnJo1Jcs fuU fully JO f180a can b at atcommotlttll ac acconimodtlted
commotlttll Tbt IttOmttHaS ot otinterior ills illsinterior
interior will Illustrate f1iu tru itch tJbjftt Ii Iithe i ithe
the tram r1ntl divisions > of XtJ tusk < ir Oratr1m Oratr1mGrand Un UnGrnnd
Grand Opera m mphnnh bnk ornate 0 0The vie s sThe
The ul u1itor ror will 11pt Deb saheria saheriaas ab abas
as 1ei reiious iouol ru music u it lyric 1Dk 1Dkmusic mu + k 17 17music
music heroic mink etc etcThe Ic IcThe
The ntt organ I fur u Trnpl of ofMusie ff ffMusk
Musk which hid is to cost U m 4 UII UIIdel utlder
del cn cou3truction trudioD by Y t1UIDOU IIJ I 1r 1rIn arSon
In ald tlrc31 already lb r i i + III 11u II IIeag t teagerneartrong
eag eagerneartrong rneh amon tb the kadlnr haun l1 LfU LfUof inI t tof
of the UIiJ t1 Statc t3ttS 10 bt ttMo pft 1Tlege pftleg
leg of playing tJpoD It duri tl tlw tlwpositon lla llaposition
position Two recitals ii by proatMeat proatMeatexponents pmI pmIexponeuts
exponents of this braach or msaiEllTr msaiEllTrart t tart
art w will it be glren 1T lt lfl each day LteanIW LteanIWby C Cby
by th the leaIiu leading instrumental 1 orp orpUons oi Slitru SlitruHORS
HORS of America lIleri ADd Etpe Etpegin wig lei leigiven
gin every lrJ Ua tray duriliit the tb PCr PCrthe prottsa ea + f fthe
the Exposition In the t 3tLu if Tf Tfanti TeitI TeitIand
anti from he e band stands 5t ID n the IlIatllt IlIatlltEsplanade r rEsplnntde +
Esplanade md olkr part of ofgrounds tM tMgrounds
grounds 111 Ounectiola wit with tlM tlMject tb rain rainject
ject or music It the PnAeterlcuposition PaAlDeIIaai PaAlDeIIaaiposithJn
position mutloft should be betlJe ral
the notable attnldloAti so m mto muale I certr certrto
to be proltled 11 I he great t MMc MMcof
of the t he North ort h Attwrit A 8rltA aa ia s1IIIIIA s1IIIIIAwbkh n rrlutrrli rrlutrrliWhich
Which will OUCH In ituCaki Uo < al oa I Ipnlng u t7 t7eveningJune
eveningJune pnlng Time 2t I UMH UMHNo 1111No
No feature or UK 1IIIIK inAmetiemll I Iposition ILvrposition
position will be of more nthan tvprtaaea tvprtaaeathan
than the pXlbic or millH millHt aad rsaet rsaetI
t CoeUl oa pl p r rWe
1 1W
W We 4 hyt arc ddect a hert h t to oar oardertakiug ttrttt ttrtttdertakrug
dertakiug teaptutunt and Dd DdItt wtfl M Mt
Itt t + Iearye4 > s to ervr rT tb the itikncJ II IIant Itlair l land
ant Aiubull Nutters uU and fur eon eeIjbtmuuitr eonmuitity
muuitr u at U very fry JJNtJt uciArte naa eb ebS II IIs +
s H BJIIJlI 131f DtifrllC JiJ v ca
3 1 n LU M1tlluwm1 Iit ttTn llf
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