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Or nerhaM you will Mar how, ea the way from fctakaaa City te Ml Loala apd then north through the small towns of Iowa aad Illlftola, shere waa three feet of mow aad a temperature of from H to M below sero. nut ii yeu loon at tM children you will say you have rarely aenn a neaitnier. neanier, na Healthier, heartier, happier lot. They bubble over w They bubble over with atorles of a kln.lmi. Mflflm Irt Ik. 1..IS A h.D. tB.y w1h tell you of the enow man tney duuv uy the track When tM Blue Birds Who 5t SSSSSSSI BBBBBS BBBBBW irH SSBJ 1 neeil i " ' 1 . tratawM delayed for thrae hettre et Neeaattt la. NVTHrNA BUT MUINTI wmn THE LrTTLM ON I A. ead trephleal U r et twaaty-' te beaae ef candy aad fturhe twlee taat auay bouau, to ay. aothUff at aaaklacea and rlnga aad lataga, atM la 'five abort moataa, woaUhft jmtr head m taraadT Taafa Harriet iiMea Aoegh. "the. Uttleae lri' of tVrowaBy ha tve'Taam old aa treaaurad aeplaaee ahera 1 aH other glfta. Oaly laat weak la New navea im eonaca Mya me vent te laeir aatnuaiaaea la waiauia waaa MaaetasMd oa tM ata aad with uay awpa eroaeea over to -era raker Tl' fairy boat aad JUat toaalad willy allly ovar Ita elda. The fcay. aetraea waa deMrttad. .aafli m ;tM caruin cam down aha ran to lar mothar erylnt: "Muaai, daarl DW yeu hear ay fhaad'T it waa r whlatur daa taya tha world la very blf aad very baaatlfnl aad that aha llkea it very muoa. ART EXHIBIT FOR WAR FUND. A loaa exhibition of fifty aiulw ataeae of art to to M alrta at the home at the late Baajaiala Altmaa, Firth AvaMe aad Vkftlath ftreat, he athtata mat Wadnatday, for tha ban aflt of tha -Saeouaa National." Tela' la one of tha moat affective of tha war relief eraaalaatlena aupplrln iooo an oiouiini iv ina aiuuie woatea. ci Bhlldren aad avd v: oele in rraaei. The "maatera" will be ehowa ta tM D utile fa tM Mrat tin aa2 Krepreaeat the ptleeteac eolleetlona of aaaay prominent or new aaraara TM Slatlage. when catalogued, will ahaw a gfeateat aeaaea aver given to art. ARgtMee' laelageleturea are WhltaerVatra. ireMrSnKatlnjtoal N. j. Berwiac JeliM Woodraf f ahta. aaa. Charlea B Alexander, Samuel H. PiiAnuHBr, oruuei Jt. BWrWM. K. laker. Otto hjje. Vanderbltt aad Oeorge Oould. tm sxaiDK win ooBiimta April a ewe aad aVraghtara X Israel otve TM Bona sad Daughters of Israel, aa east side charity ergaatsatlen, will fire an eatertalnmeat aad haM for. the bene fit ef the aged and peer Inmates of tM borne, mo. i Kaat Team eirw, to- aKht, at the Harlei Hiver caaina. mo- on a Avenua ana Om hui Twenty-sixth Btreet Justice Aarea J, levy of ine Municipal uouri la enaii man of the entertainment commute. the entertainment committee. hThe officers of the oreaaiaatlon are Mi or inr oramnisauon are Mr, President: M. Dick. J. Wolf ter. Vice PresldernU! ' Dr. BL and 8. Lleeer, Abromowlti, Becretam J. Pomnsn. Financial Secret ryi A. Reltman, Treasurer) I. . Knslaader, Compt -oiler; U. Bemei, raiairman of nnaneei j. Hal- uern. M. ROsenawelg and B. Blelman, Have, Completed the United States ' 1 1 " ' ' i i i i i Leginska Wins Great Audience By Her Playing B SftvtiUr Kwttn. ETHKLf UOCUNSKA, tha EngUth . plan let, gave a reeltal at Car nagle Ban laat alght that fairly eaatlvated a jrreat-aadJenoe. Naw York atualo lor ere are not unfaJnlllar urirh her and have tot failed to rec- ogMlae her taleat; hat hut night, in the eoatbtnatloa of yrograaune, play lag aad personality, aba Won a triumph .that waa memorable. It aeema Incredible that the little otnan with tbe boyleh figure, bee ii'ln nop, oiothed ail In black aava for a big turn-over white cellar around har neck and tblnlng allver buoklea ea her ahoea, entering upon a atage of Foderewaklan darkneaa, could move ua ao much but aho did. Peraoaally, no plane, recital tbia tea eon baa glvon n aaoh eajoymont. Prof. r. X Arena, who waa aa much lawreaaaa na mvaeir. eaia to ma; "len't it a delight te hear a plaalat wbo lan't a aaaaaaer 01 im incor- aerated laterMtleaal Valoa of Piano Peaaderar' Taat doean't meda that """" , iSrZZZ "AS -.SiV raHe to aepreouu' tM eenlua of a Mecauuuiorof a Bauer, bat oaly that heth of us. with the reat of tM audi ence, fen under tbe spell et Mlsa Leglnska's playing. Miss Ijaglnaht began with the hu aseroue Cata Fugue." by Bearlatti. continued through compositions of simple sentiment by the sane com smear, Daeala, BerediM aad Raaseaa, and closed tM drat .part with atahu maan'a lovely sonata In O minor, opus 21 MaoDoweirs "Keltlo" son ata sounaee a aere' vigoroM note after tM latervat aad with Rubin- stelnra study Hi b im ror a respite, wm followed by Llaet's eighth rhap-. aedy, waerbiy played te. the Mlct almost of sxnaascion oi tne piayer. A Lssehetlsky aaseaer- aaa tae ehuli-Kvler arajbeeejues oa "The Blue Dolt use" watts oeatpieted tne prorramme.. But nobody weald go home, and the tired little woman was forced to play twe or three extra numbers. ttrhlla, attaa Legteaka was ptaytng at Carnegie Hall laat night. Aline Ml last nignt. Aimevan Baerea taea. a prom lalss young Aer- Ican atanart, aot yei out or ner Mena and Mt yet arrived, wue givmg a re cital at ASolianjuui. iter programme meiudcd oomeoaltloas by Beethoven, Schumann and Chopin. Qne of the meet laMreaimg laeiaenta o ism aay waa tM presentation la the afternoon of rnterlBlc and Ultra Modera Mualo and uanee" at tne t'lato. xne eh of aooatie was ieo urnttein. tne young American cuoisi pianiai, wnose work nas Been qxpioiiea nsis siwie, "Asses" and "Jor." twe ef kla own eompoelUeM, proved most disturbing to the aweieace. Aseociatea wita aim wm Paul Draper, the Amerlcaa teaer. TM real fun waa found la tha ftttur. istio dances ei aeraia xnignt ana eeidlasr Hall, daaees wklok word ta- tended to be faaay and were atade ao by thetr exponents. Res Idee, at CarMgto Chamber Musts Hall, ta tM afternoon, there wm a reeltal by Orate Ternadle. aooraM. aceemnan- led at the puna by Mr, Boa. Htr s gramme was varied, Mr voice eap le, although not always used prop erty, and her art of ao msaa aaantv. At Aaonan ttaii, Mmuitaaeenety, Walter Damreaca ooatinued hie aa- taatery reelUUa at tM plaao ef tM WMtwgee Trllegy" far the beaedt ef the VaeaUoa War Reltef Commit. tee. He flalefcad the last, twe acts ef nsiegrriea-. ana vu aeartliy puaaea ay a large aaateMe. easameaeaseasf While tia TravlaU" u aatanlng v mni as a lens i ii ii i . d'Oblgny," wae atruck on the head While the ecene waa changing. The wound, which waa alight, waa dreeeed and ha went home eufferlag little pain. The caat Included Frieda U em pel, Lucca Botta and PaiqusJe AmAto, Mr. Pelacoo conducting. laadora Duaeaa will begin her eea- eon at tM Century Opera Houea next Tharsday evening "with u Shabert- itranMa-HeetBovea pro gram rao. on Friday abe will preeent aceaee and daaeee from "IphUrenla In Aulla' "iphlgenla in Taula" to uluck'a mutlc. On Saturday afternoon Miss Duncan will oaTer for the flra't time la Amer ica her Cbopla programme, which aha coa aid era her greatest achievement. Miss Duncan's own dancing;, will be attpperted by her pupils, and she will nave tne assistance of a trained chorus, six rouna actresses with speaking parts aad a pianist or repute. Arthur Mees, for years conductor of the 8t. Cecils Choir of Boston and tha Worcester music festivals, will conduct the "Atonement.'' which will be given by the CathoHo Oratorio So ciety at Carnegie Mall on Friday eve ning. The oholr of HO voices, under Belraa Kronold, will be assisted by Marie Warner, soprano; John Flnne gan, tenor, and, Frank Croxton, basso. Bmmy Destlnn and ntccardo Mar tin of, the Metropolitan Opera Com pany, and William Hlnshaw. the American baritone, Will be the alngera at tM Biltmore morning muaicale next Friday at 1140 o'clock. Each will slag an aria and a group of aongs. Andre Tourret violinist, will play aeveral short compositions. Nicola HbefaM, American violinist, will give a recital at tbo Little The atre nest Tuesday afternoon, assisted by Herbert Freyer, English pianist. li it a sonata by Dohnanyl, new te New York. The programme will Include compositions by Bach Mo- . . . . i . m . ,.i a Uwsklrwlth Oeorgo Falkensteln.Mls Thomas's accompanist, at tho piano. mmmmmm & The New York State Music Teach- aaolallAn tariii ttnlfl n meat In a ar ine musicians i-iuu an maaaaj Miislelnna Club fin Vnnrtn S-How OMreMav M fShSn ii ?" - S.1B Sm-pTny." and H3E will M dlaeussed for the twenty.seventb aa - Harry Oliver HlrL oraanlat at tha Claseoa Avenue Presbyterian Charon, Brooklyn, will give a free organ re cital en voneay evening at toe old First Presbyterian enure h. Walts r Damrosch will give the fifth and sixth of his explanatory ra- eltala at the piano on the ''Ntbel- uttgea Ring" at Aeolian Han on BURLESQUE. m HARLEM3 I JinrinMrVSla"' opmlone aa there are doc r. A5.l"?nSrllLh.,1 S!""? It will bo Miss McCarthy's first Wednesday and Prtday afternoon oa MOotterdamnierung." John Cuattlng free oriran rccttai at Calvary Church on Monday afternoon - Uuliikoil Ramael A. Baldwin will give freo organ recitals at the City College en to-morrow and Wednesday, at 4 P. it. Plays for the Coming Week O" Tuesday night "Alice In Won derland," dramatized by Alice Geratenbere from Lewis Car- rotTa book of the sams name, and Its sequel, "Through the Looking- Glass," will bo brought to the Booth Theatre for a two weeks' engagement The production Is made by ths Play ers' Producing Company, which pre sented It originally at the Fine Arts Theatre, Chicago. The scenes are seven In number, representing Alice's home, the room In the looking-glass, the hall with doors, the seashore, the March hore'sF garden, the garden of flowers and the court of hearts. Ths company Includes Frank Stirling, Vivian Tobtn, Florence Leclerq, R ar nica Golden, Maatrr Toon, Alfred Donohue, Fred W. Permeib; Oepffrey Stein, J. Ounnle Davis; Walter Kings ford, Kenyon Bishop, Frederick An nerly, Winifred Haaley, FoShall Data gerilcld. Rule Pott, France Bendtsoa and John A. RlcV. Tbe author is rep resented among the characters. As tho piece makes a special appeal to children, dally matinees will be given, Beginning with Wednesday of each weeH, at t o'clock. s George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," will be produced by Granville Barker at Wallack's Theatre JJ Jrt?2V , "i" J1.M I W UU we ess ewir'BHIH WWVU- I fian(flo itfhAm I Km tAer4 em avn m sam mm " " ol,BB- .h.r. .rTrtTJT . wr rr. - m M.nPn h.r. In m. ml rol. " - - r" docT..d the Uoa' witi nr he Mm , Who Married aDumb Wife." will be fY on Monda. Tjelay, WadMe. l"'' V'.' Midsummer Night's Dream" en Satur day afternoon. e e Ia addition to the photo play, "The Heart of Maryland, with Mra Leatle Carter, and the operatio aad orchestral novaltlea aad watar anaetaclea on. 1 nonnoed aa the bill for the raoDeelns of tho New York Hippodrome under a new policy to-night, there will be the first presentation ef the film record of UWLEdQUE. 47AfJ FAVORITil Of tbe Vanderbltt auto race, which took place on the grounds of the Panaina Paclflc Exposition at San Francisco on tho opening day of 'tho Fair. "The Heart of Maryland1" was produced by Herbert Brenen, and is baaed on Be lasco's play of the same name TM period of the story. It will be recalled, la that of the Clll War. and the most striking; scene Is that In which Mary land Calvert, to prevent an alarm over the escape of her lover, ruahoe up lato the church belfry and swings from the clapper of tho bell to muffle Its sound. Four regiments of regular soldiers, two ambulance corps, a thousand minor actors and hundreds of horses were employed In producing the pictures. The musical portion of the programme j will iiiwui nuu; iiBiuvi. uw nvineu j tenor whose concerts at Royal Albert Hall gained her a London reputation. Performances will be given at 1 and 7 P. M. dally. Including Sundays, and the erleee will 19 10. IB. 26, and. to cents. To-night's performance begins at s Q-ciock, , ,0ANT LIMIT MAN'S THIRST. Caart Vpaata Alabama's 4)aarf-a- Month Lteaer Larr, MONTGOMERY, Ala.. March to. The Bonnie antl-Uqeor ahlpplag law re cently peased by the Legialature was declared unconstitutional to-day b Judge Ounter of tho City Court This law provldea that no person may rs celve more than one quart of liquor a month, and that express companies can not make such deliveries. A teat case waa brought by J. F. 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In the evening the dancing for newspaper men waa won. by, Henry Hoglett of the Wall Street Joeuiel, MUs Margery Napier. Mrs. TteSadore llavemeyer. Mrs. James B. Suatto aad Mrs. Belmont Tiffany were Judaea. A special feature waa the dinner dis plays by varWus hottir. lodged by a committee consisting, of tire. Belt French Vanderbltt. Mrs. Arthur Beet' Bu.den and Mrs. Lewie' Cbaaaler.' Ftrsc prlxe waa won oy tne iioiiaaa iievar and serona ev tne lutx-cariton notea. TO PROTFlTi THE BABIES TtatUrSS ef MetMTS t tsM Their ChUdren WeB and StreBf mm . mm m m m m ta aa ska a w Utiaf rather Jefea'a Mothers should ksow that "tie safe medicine for their children le Father John's Medicine becsneelt doeeeet con tain alcohol or ilaagrrewa drugs -ia any form. Wise motUm take eareja keep tlielr children well end strong so taat the) can resist the diseases of child hood. Father John's Medicine, give new strength and fieJ . becajiaja lt"is pure, wholesome and nourUbJaf. 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