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Ways ay of the Woman Worshipper of Stage Idos Back Backache Backache Backache ¬
ache Discouraged by Music MusicwrtrraMM
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That music has enough charms to make makoeird makenV makemrn
mrn nV and women womtnpartlcularl particularly women womtnttand womnatalld womeneland
eland for three bourn and longer nt a
Vtrttob without wltho t flinching IH proved every I
Saturday turdar afternoon at the Metropolitan
I i
I Operalfouee Opera House On Saturdays the feminine feminineatftDdeos femlnlnestaadeea I
atftDdeos are out in full forc forcAt fol force forceAt < t tAt >
At almost every evtr matinee long before the theopera thet
I opera begin there in a long line of women womenODfcf omen omenOURWOIEN I
rBS rS ME tE WHO HAVE snrEEO snrEEOWHAT RI 4 IIrr iCE1flfl iCE1flflWI1AT r rWIUT
1 111rflmdltadt
JMTrfimdstadt and Mill Farrar Now N on onhe nntheRct enIAe
theRct IAe he Read to Fame In GermanyOther GermanyOtherin < ItrmIIOtht ernian > Others Othersfa
I fa FranceRewsrda Franee ntfRtrct Rewards of Careen CUtf Irecn In InEurope InfuropeAehlttmftltl InFtxopeAChlevelnrntlorSome
Europe furopeAehlttmftltl FtxopeAChlevelnrntlorSome AeMevtmrnls or Home Singers SingersI KlntertOf llilnl llilnli
i I Of Ofau Of all the American girls now singing
I In Europe none seems to have limn promlwo promlwoef promh + a aof
ef II auob a suca sucepful suC < t1lful career as Geraldine GeraldineVarrar G GeraldineTurar eraMlneJarrar
Varrar the young roun woman from Massa Massachusetts MIIIAI ¬
I I chusetts who has recently become me a mem membtr memoIItr membee
bee of the company at the Royal Opera OperaHou OptraHo OperaBoueeIn
Hou Ho BoueeIn In Berlin Xone one oneother other worm sremsdent mH deitlned deitlnedto dt In Into lned lnedto
to join BO soon the rank of the worldRgreat worlds worldsgreat worldlIsreat
great divan although it In not yet et poealblo 11OfA1 11OfA1I > ossl osslbtato
I btato ble toythat to say that sho shots is certainly talnly predestined predestinedto prrdelltlnto
to ouch glory gloryMlM gloryMIt
I MlM MIt i Fsrrar pang In Berlin last winter winterIn winleri
i In Italian before fom she he became a rrgular regularmember rrgularmember rrgularmember
member of the company In the present presenteaeon plflfltnt8Iuon presentaeon
eaeon she made her first appearance In InGerman InGerman InLerman
German and Gounods Romeo ot Juliette Jullettewhich Juliettewhich JuliettewhIch
which has not been I > < n in the repertoire of the theRoyal thfRoyal theRoyal
Royal Opera HOIIM 1100L Jor years wax revived revivedfor rentedfor
for her benefit benefitCuriously heneatCurlouily nell nellCurlou
Curiously Curlou ly enough Miss 1I11fJ Farrar has de dellghted dpJlIMed delighted
lighted tho German critics much lens let since sinceh ehteoshe 1111 1111ahe
she h began to sing In their own language languageI
I La Travlata and Faust which she shegave IIheI
gave aTe in Italian pleased th them n much better betterThey betlerThe IxtterThey
I They The discovered dlt < tOereti when she sang German Oermanfault Otrmanfullil Germanfaults
fault In her voice olet and In her method that thatthey Ihatthey thatthey
they had never spoken of hofore But Rutthey ButI Butthey
I they t y were compelled to admit that no young youngalngftr youngfinger oung ounglnJrilr
finger in recent rt < ent years had shown such suchpromise IIIIbpromise ouchpromkse
promise of a great career as Miss Farrar Farrarwho Farrarwho I Iwho
who la Iaonly I only In the early earl 20s 20sfttie 2 2I 2She
I She la I the daughter of a former baseball baseballplayer buchallplayer baseballplayer
player Sid Farrar and studied in New NewTork NlwTork NewYork
Tork with Miss Hmma mml1 Thursby before she shewent shewent lheInt
went Int abroad to continue her Irosons In InBerlin I IBerlin n
Berlin under iiarlano M Mta IIMA + a Farrar nnn nnnn sang g
ta n New York for Mme Semhrlch > mhrlch wh whrfpertolre whose whoserepertoire whOlOJjMrtolrll
repertoire she he expects to Wing Ing and In Boston tknto tkntofor nIton nItontor n
for Mm Nordics Idlca Roth encouraged her horIt hlrImpollllible
1 It i Is impossible to predict so early fl1rl Inyoung In n nyoung
young 10 flrls Ilrl studies whether or not sho showill eh ho howill n
will ever have a great career That mu muN must mustappear muti ehs s t
i appear afterward when tho voice Iwgl Iwglto hvglns hvglnsto hlglllfltodeelop nit
to todeelop develop under proper prop < r Instruction Instructionarvl Instructionand
t and often oft n Is not known until a ginger has hasbeen hili hilin h hbeen aA
been n on on the stags 11 0 for several yearn Iar All Allthat 111that tl tlt l
t that can he said Id to a young ung woman womanwhether U Uwhether L Lwbet
whether wbet r or not she has voice enough to tomake tomaleelt t tsnake
make maleelt It worth while hIlI for hi her < r to contlnuo 1 1study to tostudy totud o
study tud Both MIII Mules H Hembrlch and lordtcurged Nordlca Nordlcaurged ordlcaWprtM a
urged WprtM Mis Fairar to stick tick to her work workthe work11M worklute
the Is unusually gifted lfted as an aotrcsH aotrcsHNearly aotnllllNearl aotrtwlNearly
Nearly Nearl the utmost that Miss Farrar can canaccomplish a aaeooWQlah n
accomplish acco lab a at t the Royal Opera House in inBerlin InBerUn 1 1t n I
t Berlin win be to to mob th the salesat wUcr o Matt IIUIODI sit sitp sitarY14 ms
J mlt rI ± r
encircling the lobby lob b and besieging the box boxoffice boxoftke boxnmce
I office for admissions adm lon It IN h noticeable thatthe that thatthe tJlBtthe
the OrBtconierH fir st comers seem l m to be in just OH 81 much
THE lOWER OP MC81C NDalcof MC81Cof NU8ICof
of a hurry as those who ho arrive laterandlor later laterand and andfor
for a good reason every woman of them themhas themhili themhas
has in her minds eye a particular bra brarailing burrs burrstailing s stailing
tailing on the other side of the entrance entrancedoom enlranredoorll entrancedoors
doom which divides the orchestra chairs ehalrtlfrom chairsfrom chall1lfrom
from the Mandeet tandpe quartersthe quaMetll the five fivedollar fivedollaratlcket fItdollaraIlcket dollar dollara
atlcket a tlcket elect from the onedollnrnnda onedollnrnndahalf onedollar and a ahalf
half cosmopolitans and she is cherishing chlrll < hlng u
determination detero naUon to reach that railing among amongthe amongIhe
the first firstOnce lrlltOnce
Once past the ticket taker the rush be begins begll1ll ¬
gins and the Invaders Who reach the coy coveted coyearl 0 0eted ¬
eted goal heave a big sigh of relief Then ThenI Thlnhappy Tlirnhappy
I happy in the possession of a good K od stout stoutsupport stoutsupport
support to lean against and an unobstructedview unobstructed unobstructedview
view of the stage they the contentedly settle sottlothemselves 81UlothemthlII settlethemselves
themselves on their two feet for an after afternoons afternoonlI afternoons ¬
noons enjoyment enjoymentAnd
And that the majority of the standees standeeseven Htandeexeven IItand IItanden
even tho unlucky unluck ones who dont get getanywhere getanywhere getanywhere
anywhere near the sustaining railing and andmust andrnullt andmust
must content themselves with lookingmarks looking lookingmurks
marks a year ear after art r u period of live years yearsspent ears earsspent <
spent In that institution But it is not
likely hktl that she intends to remain longer longerthan 10nKllrthan lungerthan
than the three years of her present con ¬
tract If her progress continues es It has
during the last two years fatll her iwrvlccs will 1Iill1Jl
Iw in demand trnand elsewhere There TIItrelll is already nlread
talk of an appearance at Covent Garden Gardennext GamellnlXI Gardennext
next spring which is possible pOl < lbltbythe by hythe the terms termsof terrnllof termsof
of her contract with the Berlin Opera
House HouseIn 1I0ullIn HouseIn
In the meantime she Is studying In n asph nsplendid IIplnllid
splendid sph ndid school for the cultivation of every
phase pha of her profession but that of singing IIlnglll
As she seems to have learned that side of
her art well eli and IH not likely to adopt the themethods themtthOO themethods
methods of any of the Germane about her hershe hcrKlle hershe
she seems to be In the th right place to pre prei prepare ure urepare
pare pare herself 10 IJl a dl1 divans 1111 great all Clara Clara
JoulM Kellogg Lillian Nordca ordlca Emma
Nevada and Emma FAmllI i now tho most mostamollll mostanions
famous amollll of her country women
Olive Fremdstadi Is another American
girl who has made her career wholly in
Germany and has hUlleemell seemed destined to carry car
her renown beyond eyond the boundaries of that thatcountrr
country although her first attempt in that
direction did n nt t meet with great SUOM IIUO M M11M
Miss 11M Frenditidt Fran d + ttdr who has been n singing In
Germany tor u decade sadhd aildl d under
Ijilll Lehmsnn and has sung the contralto contraltoi61es contraltoimIea
i61es at Cologne and Munich Her suc success 811CtIII atiecese ¬
cess < tIII as Brnnantnt and Orlrvd led to her herengagements hf hfengoKlmtntllut herengagements
engagements engoKlmtntllut last last spring at Covent Garden
hut for ono reason or another she I < he made no nosuch noch nosuch
such ch Impression as her friends had antici ¬
pated had fed She was all not In good voice and a
bad cold compelled com lJod her to miss several ItralprtormantllI
performances pointedlAto Her friends wore disap ¬
pointed to sen sea this firstd first opportunity o p or u ntty to titmAk t o
make mAk an International reputation reputation mis miscarry mill miscarry millcl1rrr ¬
carry altogether aItOKetl r
Miss M 1111 Fremdctadt does not confine herself
to the Wagnerian repertoire r but sings singssuch slnRslIuch singssuch
such contralto and mezzosoprano roles rolesas r6psas
as Carmen and Dawn She has risen rlf < fn stead ¬
fly to the head of her profession or shn shnwould ehewould lhr1ould
would not hold a place lace In the th company compllnat
at Munich which alms aims to collect CUlll > t the Ih 1Ht hestsinger lx > st stslngent
singer available In Germany Mmo
Nordlca who sang there In Tristan und
h Isolde + oldc with her was enthuslastlo over ovrofilIA
Miss Fnmlstadts Fn n m IlItadtR Brangaent ranuatnt Covent oent
Garden Is not always to bo accepted ftfpt as
the New York standard for many singerswho singers singerswho llngrllwho
who have won triumphs here have failed failedversa fallp < 1
to make any Impression there and vlcr IN INerSA
versa erSA So Miss Fremdstadt may still IItlllItaln stillgaln
gain the renown outside of Germany that
her admirers think she ho deserves
Still another American contralto who
has msde a place for herself In Europe is
Edith Walker who has sting fllln for the tll lat latwoven
woven years at the Imperial Opera House Jfolll < t
In Vienna llInnll and Isslll III s elll 11 the leading 1tllIn contralto
there France Kavlll who ho Is scarcely 1ICrc01
to be accounted an American although althoughlyrlo lIthoughIIhl althou althoushe
she was born In flan franclllCO III atlll Iho liio
lyrlo soprano at this theatre Shu In x nn nnartist IInartillt
artist of the first rank rankThf
The cable brought the other day thenonu the thenews hll hllne11
news that Elizabeth Parkinson an Ameri Antrrlcan American Anlfrlcan ¬
can girl Itirl1ho who has lx I been > en n heard of for several severnlyearn
yearn 111 as a promising pupil of the Marches Marcheselastics larchclIl18IIhell
elastics had mode a triumphant debut nt
the Opera Op ra Comlquo In Iakmo This
has been tho favorite opera o ra for tho ho American Ameri American Arnlrlcan ¬
can light soprano since Mme Nevada won
her honors In tho r6e r e of the Indian maiden maidenat
at the Opera Comlque Only Onl a year ago agoanother 11110aDQther
another American Amerlc girl waa u Bald aII to have haY bareI
over other peoples shoulder shouldersdo do enjoy enjoythemselves enjoythemselves njoy njoythenuoeletI
themselves there re can be no doubt or orwhy orwhy orwhy
why do the same people peoplelo go over and over overagain overagain overagain
again againI
I feel as If my back was hroken faintly faintlyremarked falnllrrlmarked faintlyremarked
remarked a delicatelooking woman at the theclose therlotoe theclose
close of a Tannliuser matinee which whichlasted whichIttd whichlasted
lasted nearly four hours hoursWell houl1lWell hourst1ell
Well I hope you wont try It agalnsympathetically agaln againsympathetically agalnlIyrnpathetlcall
sympathetically returned rcturntda a friend who whoherself whohclf whoherself
herself looked ready relld to drop To her hersurprise herFurprlM hersurprise
surprise evidently as well as the th sur surprise lIurpriM surprise ¬
prise of several bystanders tho quick quickanswer quickallftlr quickanswer
answer was wasWhy wallWhy was1Vhiy
Why I mean to come next Saturday Saturdayand turda turdaand
and the Saturday Ralurda after that I never feel feela
a bit tired until the opera Is I all over overUntil oerHntll overIAdil
Until this th ypasoii when the ungallant ungallantand
and much anathematized anathlmnt lzed Fire Depart Department DepartIOlnt Departwent ¬
went interfered it was 811 quite customary customaryat
at tho opera house for women to flop downromforlnbl down downcomfortably downcomfortably
comfortably romforlnbl on the floor between the act actNothing aclll aclllothlng actsNothing
Nothing of course could Induce a woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who held a place at the rail to run tho risk riskof riskof riskof
of losing IOMln It by b going goingoutside outelde to camp on onthe onIho onthe
the starts after the manner of some less lessfortunate IIMfortlln1te lessfortunate
fortunate slanders So they solved the theproblem Iheproblm theproblem
problem by dropping down Turkish fashion fashionJust fuhlonJlIst fashionjust
Just where they stood until the curtain curtainwent curtAinInt curtainwent
went Int up again But of late the awful awfulpdlet awfllllIct awfulalict
pdlet lIct hn has gone ono forth that no one may sit siton Mton
on the floor
atd babied that brass railing ralllllln in an anatter anatternoonlItony after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonlItony stony glare greet the usher rock rockless reckless
1 less enough to make a Bound as he threads threadshis threadllhla threadshis
his way wa out and in woe w to thu man manor or the thewoman theoman thewoman
woman oman who unwittingly drops an um umbrella umbrella umbrella ¬
brella or an opera op ra glass glassThe glaMThe glassThe
The suburbanite la there a host of her herand herand herand
and suburbanite are not no well up In the theart theart theart
art of talking and listening at the some sometime lIIU11etime sametime
time aa are the fashionables of New York Yorknor Yorknor Yorknor
nor do they enjoy the exorcise so much muchat muchat
at the opera AB a rule r 1e the lhewomanwilling woman woman willing to togo togo togo
go lunchless lunchle s aa many of them do In order orderto orderto
to reach the opera house In time timewlling willing too tooto tooto tooto
to stand the livelong afternoon Is there thereto thereto
to listen to lothe the music and for nothing else elseShe eilleRhe elseShe
She may ma it IB true on oo ocdaulon slon Ion serreplitlouely serrep serreptltlously IICrreptlUousl
tltlously tlUousl nibble at a biscuit bl lt which aa i iprudent a aprudent aprudent
prudent forethought was tucked away awayin awarIn awayin
in her jacket pocket but she talks musicand music musicand mWllcand
and music only onl and and that only between betweenthe bet1ltnthe betweenthe
the acts actsFor act actFor actsFor
For goodness sake Jennie do hold that thatcracker thairacklr thatcracker
cracker down the usher Is looking this thisway Ihlllway thisway
way piped a voice the other day just after afterthe afterIhe afterthe
the curtain went down on a first act actWell actWell1 actwell
Well Well1 I dont donteare care If he U I am just starv starving stArvIng starving ¬
ing was aa Jennies reply And she added addedDo addedDo addedDo
Do hold your muff up a minute minuteand and shut shutoff shuto6
off his view viewTo viewTo viewTo
To hold a libretto and follow the soor score
It Is against < t tho rules of the Fire De Department De Department f fp1rlment > ¬
partment madamsnys madam says a on usher u her firmly firmlyTherefore firmlyTherfolt firmlyTherefore
Therefore the rail position is more In Indemand Intlmanli Indemand
demand than ever and women young youngold youngold oungold
old and middle aged a am trying t rlnlo to adjust adjustIliemwlves odJu adjusthemselves t tthernlv
Iliemwlves t to the new situation Stand Standor
or o r not there they tht are by II the cores every everySaturday everyatiirtlay Iry IrySltllrtlay
S Saturday afternoon and the box office officereceipts offit6meeltll officeeceipts
receipts r from this source are an as big as they theyver the ther theyever
ever ver r were wereTliis wereThis
This to tho stockholders > satisfactory satisfactorycondition t satisfactoryondition < lUfactorycondition
condition c bears out the assertion of f home homeopera somaupon tlmll tlmlloj1rn
opera house imabituis habit lit to that Mr r rnus utars utarsare Itnlllare starsare
are far better appreciated by the standees standeesthan IItandl11ithan standeesthan
than by h cither clthlrtho the box owners or tho holders holdersof holdlrlllIf
of tu t orcheMra chairs and that the standees standeesare
are by far the bent behaved hlha vld part of tho aildl aildlenon alldlunco audlunit
unit enonAs
As K a matter of fact not a whisper Is bier tolertncit toJlrmel biernet
mel with wit h equal MICCCH i at the same aim In theatra theatraIn I heltreIn
In the I hI came role r lt Since then she hc has corn completely cornJlllll cornpletely ¬
pletely Jlllll d dt0 topped pprl out of sight eightOno sightOno plRhlOnn
Ono of the tho t 10 stars IItn of the Oi OpiVa ra Comlque Comlquewas
was horn In this < country although she shedeserves IIhedet6ttI shedeserves
deserves no morn than Frances Savillo t ticon to tobo tobo °
bo called an American This U Ii Mary
Garden Gard Miss l811 Garden wan horn in Illinois Illinoisof
of ketch parents and bas spent l < little time tlmnin ttmoIn timein
in this country OlIlIlr She has been very Iry suc sucoensful suerrsaGd
oensful 111 In Paris but her case l8 o is very dif different dlfllrtnt ditfrrenl ¬
ferent from that of the th young women who whogo whogo whogo
go to the theatro to sing Inll for a few times timesShe tlmellHhe timesShe
She Is a regular member of tho company companyongagcd companyengagcd companyngaged
ongagcd e for the neawin > And rite t < hl just now nowoccupies nowotCliplell nowoccupies
occupies the th place In the affections of the theParisians thftParillianll theParisians
Parisians held formerly rormlrl by her friend friendSybil friendSyhll friendSybil
Sybil Sanderson SandersonYvonne SandrrIClI1Yvonru SandersonYvonne
Yvonne de Trevllle Bessie 1Jt 10 Abbott MlleConrtenav Mlle MileCourtenay MlleCOllrtena
Courtenay COllrtena who Is I now singing singing In NewOrleans New NewIs e eOrllIn
OrllIn Orleans rhea Dorr who traelll through throllghGerm throughGermany
Germ Germany all 0 Henrietta GoJcIDrdt Goddard who ho III In
Itlllr Mlle 111 Dorin who wa was at llruesels t1ruIAAli but butIs butis
Is now singing In the French provincial provinciaicities provincialcities ptolnclalcltlee
cities Marl Tizlano TLdano1who who last appeared In Inconcert Inconcert inconcert
concert In London Hello hello Applegate whoso whosobrother whosebrother I
brother assaulted alWult a Dresden erillo crltio crlt 0 who whodared whodartOlt whodared
dared to dispatage dillpal ago a her Carmen Frances FrancesFrancesachinl FranOlaoranClMchlnl FrancesFrancesachinl
Francesachinl and Minnie Mlnnln Tracey are nome nomeof 1I01nlof seineof >
of the numerous American women now nowscattered nowlICattlred nowscattered
scattered through Europe All of them are
hoping for something better than their theirTheexperlenoi thllrprcll theirresent
prcll resent nt lot and It II Improbablo that one oneIn
in In a hundred will over achieve itThe It ItThe
Theexperlenoi The IxfIrllnOt exerlenotaof s of the women who study studyabroad tlludrIIhroRet studyabroad
abroad are discouraging It needs only onlyreliable onlyreJillblA onlyreliable
reliable knowledge of what Is accomplished
by those who succeed In getting get ling on the Ihelltage Ihelltageto stage stageto
to convince any one how small the reward
Is 1ln In such a caw cawThe ro roThe caseThe
The average American singer who whomaklll makes
her first appearance at the Opera Comlqun
in Paris Iarlllill is accounted account 11 so 10 lucky by b the man manngement manngement manngemnenl
ngement that there Is I no thought thou ht of paying
hero her 11 cent In most other theatres thEalrellln In Franco Francosucceeds JorllnceIIho ance anceshe
she will be exfl expected < ctld to pay for the prlvlllge prlvlllgeof
of singing If b by any possible chance she IIhelIuctteds shesucceeds
succeeds in making makln a very lr favorable Im Impression 1mplCflllon Imprrssion ¬
pression oho may bo engaged for a season seasonof IIMllonof seasonof
of six months monthsOno monthllOno monthsOne
Ono American girl engaged lngngNIIn in one of tho thoprovincial thoprovincial theprovincial
provincial French theatre had a weekly weeklysalary weflkl weflklI18lary weeklysalary
salary of 130 n week although she was sing ¬
ing tho loading l118dln role r61 AH it was her first firstyear flllltMr firstyear
year Mr on the stage she had to accumulate a awardrobe awardrobe awardrobe
wardrobe How she was to do that and live livewaa livewas
was 88 a problem that could never have been beensolved beenlIohd beensolved
solved had her family not helped helpedOne helpedOne helpedOne
One of the mont popular singers IIlngeraataPanll IIlngeraataPanllopera at ata a Paris Parisopera Parisopera
opera house hOIIl < a fow years llIrli ego was an Amen American Amerlcan Amencan ¬
can who had no private menus Although Althoughshe Althoughshe
she wan a one on of the thlIara stars of this theatre she sh s
had to live on the fifth floor of an apart apartment meat
house distant from th the central part of Paris
She had no family falllll to help her and would not notallow notallow no noallow t
allow anybody else to do 10 so o For all her herprominence hErpmmillenre he heprominence
prominence In tho opera sh she had to econo economize economlzflllimolit economize ¬
mize mlzflllimolit almost almostasstrietlyasaly as ittrictly ana tyiHiwriler ewritergirl girl
Another American girl at the t this Ie Paris Oper Operwho OJltlrawho Op a awho ta
who was singing leading parts In some of
the operas was getting so small a salary
for it that sho he could scarcely live and pro provide provide ¬
vide Ide herself with tho needed ne Il1 costumes
Yet for almost ten yearn yrar rich friends had
been paying p ylll for this thlllr1rllI girls musical mUHlcallducatlon education
One American girl glr who made a reputation reputatio n
for herself he 1f In Paris and was classed rurutaUon among amonga amon amontho amonthe
the be beet t known If nol the best singers hal its itsa
a a career of about twelve years before she sheretired llberetired s sretired he
retired At that time she wild I < thnt she he had hadnever hadnevcr hadnever
never once earned enough enoug h money m ncy to pay he her herI herM r
M r <
noto by note from start toflniih while stand standIng lltandInR standng
Ing ng would sewn to any but an opera en entburtiast finIhu anikusiaat
tburtiast Ihu IBHt a mighty hard thing to do and yet yetbehind yetbehind tt tthehlnd
behind the brass rail In the place of all others othersit
it w seems > einM w < where music scores are followed followedwith followldith followedwith
with ith an absorption wonderful to nee As Asevery At1lry Asevery
every regular gular attendant at the oixsra oixsraknows OlOraknow olvaraknows
knows young womenln women in thestudent stage stagearo slageam stageare
are always the most enthusiastic In this thisparticular thlllparticular thisparticular
particular A All a rule two of them lookon look lookon
on together and every evcrynow now and then thenhur thenhurdedly hur hurriedly hu r rrlMly ¬
riedly jot down certain private marks and andcommrnta andcommtntll andcomments
comments for future reference referenceThis referencefhlll referenceThis
This variety of standee atand is always alwR brimful brimfulof brunt iii iiiof
of satisfaction always pleased seldom crit critical crltlcal critical ¬
ical never hypercritical hyporcrttlcalhe i ho leaves that thatto thAtto thatto
to a certain typo of her elders elde always inevidence InEldnce in iiievidence
evidence at every performance whose ear earis ORrIR earis
is so Be fine that invariably it discovers dcaexpenses dIll disexpensert dIllexpenslH
expenses and that she would havo been ttccnbankrupt heenbankrupt beenbankrupt
bankrupt had her family not helped her herStill hlrHtlll herStill
Still another American singer > r who held heldexcellent hlrtcxetllent heldexcellent
excellent place In France if not in Paris Pariswas ParlllWIIH Pariswas
was delighted to como come here several years yearsago yearsago Mra Mraago
ago on a flimsy fJltnJI contract which allowed her hermanager hlrmonaglr hermanager
manager to discharge her whenever he hewanted hewantld hewanted
wanted to because bl < ause who could earn S1QO 100 a aperformance aperformance I
performance J > ten times a amonth month mont h That wastime was wasthe all I
the largest sum lItn she had ever etr received receivedTho re revivedThe < tlvltl tlvltlTho
Tho Americanswho ttlngln sing nn Germany arewith are arewith nrewith
with a few flwfxfpt except Ions 10nln In the snuillertheatrea snuillertheatreaor
or travel about singing In the private operahousea opera operahouse oJllrahOlltltfl
house In the thillar11 large cities or orin In the regular regularopera rtularIra regularopera
opera IIOIIM < In the stnaliClt small cities oit ion Ono Amen American An1lrlRn Amencan ¬
can Rn travels through Germany CJermlln singing Car Cormfnand Carmfn Carmen
mfnand men andArueena and Aiuctna For these performances performancesshe
she I < he receives recflv about 50 O In the private theatres theatresand thlatrlIIand theatresanti
and In the opera houses of the small towns townsn
a percentage of what come comtf4lnto Into the house houseHow hoUlle1I0w houseHow
How large this percentage is her repute reputation reJlutRt reputelion ¬
Ion t will 111 decide In any 111 case it Is not likely likelythat llkel llkelthat likelyThat
that her compensation will exceed the theIIh ISO ISOshnordlnarlly Oshe
shnordlnarlly IIh she ordinarily receives receivesonc reOlllvpThA receivesThe
The young girl who makes a first appear appearance appearance
ance onc at Brussels Brusselsto Brullllellhowover however III very likely likelyto
to be engaged enga edfor for Covent Garden vtrr If I she Is a asuccess aUr asuccess
success Ur < lM If JClIhe she it merely ordinarily goodshe good goodshe < < cod codhe
she he may not n t be t > f heard of again but return returnto
to Brussels and remain there If Iron on theother the theother theothr
other hand shn make a douhle success successshe successshe lUCCtlllhe
she he will in all probability bo refligaged atCoteut at atCovetit litCOllit
Covetit Garden Then If ifshogoes who1 goes < < OttIto tothe totheParis to the theParla thePalls
Paris Opera Op ra and her career > r contliues on onward onward onward ¬
ward and upward she ban before her tho thoUnited thoUnltld theUnited
United States Statesand and Russia tho two countries countriesIn
In which the largest fortune are to be I made madeThere madeTIlere madeThere
There arc prima donnas dolillAllwho who have earned earnedfortunes fArnfdfort earnedfortunes
fortunes fort IInOl In Germany In recent years lI8rll but butthe butthe hutIhelargestrewards
Ihelargestrewards the largest large > < trewardllllre re wards are aretoliefoundheroand aretoliefoundheroandin lol to lit > e found hern and andIn andIn
In in the Czareciomain CzareciomainThe Czars Czaradomaln CzaradomalnThe domain domainTho
The career here outlined Is typical of ofwho ofthaLof ofihatof
thaLof tllemost ltf mOlt succeaful lutC ful Amerleangirls Amerleangirlswho American < < lrlP4 lrlP4who
who go o abroad to study Thu unsuceesfulgrlspends unsucess unsucessfill unIlUttIIIIfill
email fill JdrlllPfnda girl spends one oneseaeonafteranMherinthe oneseaeonafteranMherintheemail seaspnafteranother in the thesmall the1I1I
small 1I1I 11 provlnclaltowns of France or maybe maybeItaly maybeJtal maybeItaly
Italy Jtal She losesthe I the freshness fro hnellll of her voiceand voice volcoand voiceand
and with youth outh she he loses 0fI6II her charm Tho Thotime Thotime Thetime
time comes when wh n there are not oven en er gtge gtgement 11gemellt gtgemeats
meats In the smallest theatre Young Youngvoices oung oungolcell oungvoices
voices and young faces are already A IrEady at handand hand handand handand
and she ban to glv give place Then she comes comesback comeslack
back to her native land and may may try to togive togive
give Jd concerts When they are a failure she shebegins shebegins
begins to give lessons that she he may teach teachothers teachothers
others how to Use 1IW their voices although she shecould IIheoould shecould
could never learn to use her ownSlowly own ownSlowly own8lnwl
8lnwl Slowly filling ntlln Temperature TemperatureFrom TinptratllrFrom TemperatureFrom
From IA ike Ae RntMnpton Post PottRepresentative 101Rpre PostRepresentative
Representative Rpre tntllttve John Williams of Ml Mlsda l lslppl IIIlpplwA
slppl IIlpplwA wan > ltbeCIntreof the centre of a IITOUP group of m members mmberIn membersin rubcr rubcrIn
In the th Democratic cloakroom a few days dsysn dllYOIrO daysago
ago n o and sm 1111 < 1 story telltale t ttlrilru was the thesspedal speclnl orderof order orderof ordrof
of hu hulnplI lm > s Mr 11 Wtlllnms hnd the floor
I had a law partner lulrtneronce onoo down In InM Ml
MsHlppi hn h Mia who bean b ann to feel MIs MIsslaslppi the theeffects t theeffeis Ie Ieplp
effects plp b of long Ion years of of hard work orll st his hisprofession hililroplon hisprofession
profession profession nnd he w was advised advl d by h his hI phyM phyMattendant phylIIIn
IIIn to toen 110 to the Arkanoallllot Arkansas Hot Springs and
take the baths The day of hi his nrrlTIII 1111 1111attpndllnt anattendant
attendant shut him up In a nVthfoom bathroom and andRlTlne andRlvlmr
vine him n thermometer told him to let
the tht hot water ru run until It ithactreached had rr rrlllhfd ph l a certain
temperature And and then to shut It off on
Thn rh yheold old fellow ftlto1blld hnd morn dear ant TIt than thnnany thanAn thanany
any An man IIn I ever knew linE When Wh the attendant attendantwent IIUtndlntwnt attendantwent
went buck an hour later rny II1V partner WAil wnsThe WAilptlludlnlf
ptlludlnlf 111 In II nub ofoolllnll of toiling hot water
The Th skin wan wa fairly falr cooked off his hi feet but
he hI vowed he wouldnt wOllII atitt fret out unto tho specl I sped I
fled nl temperature had been registered re l terd li liwaa He Hews e
ws waa holding tho Ito thermometer up a In front t
ef rhl hh f ta face c Instead of putting putt Inr It In lathe the t be water wtorJ
cord whet heri a ao far u the average bearing bearinggoeanond bearlfllIOMDOI4I bearingoeanone
goeanond oeanone exlt exists and to whom the universe unlverseitudt universeItaelf unlTHIieltae1f
Itaelf U off the key Ice To all appearance appearancethese appearanCthMe appearance appearancethere
these knewdt knowitall aU are more often men than thanwomen thl thlwomen thanwomen
women though tb9 l8h the woman la there Iberetoo Iberetooand tooand too tooand
and they seldom remain In one spot pet for even eventhey eonone evonone
one act TbeYlDut They must see the stage tace and the theIIll1Iers thesingers
singers from rom every very point of view Iew And Andtbfoy Andthey
they do A M Ala a result surprising a number cf c f
flaws are discovered In the voice of even the
highest priced star and singularly enough enoughthe enoughthe nw4hthe
the more numerous the flaws the th happierthis happier happierthlB happflrthl
this thl style of critic seems flU to be With analmost an anI analmost
I almost convincing air he will announce dep
Y Yea M Kamet smea la In fairly falrlYlood good voice to todaylmtdld todaybutdld ¬
daylmtdld day but did you younotice ou notice that once or ortwiceshe ortwiceshewas twice she shewan IIheall
wan all off of the fceyf key or De Resxke sang thatvery that tliatvery thatvery
very well well even if he did flat a bit In h the lastaria last lastaria lutalia
aria and again I think Hembrich IB a atrifle atrifle atrifle
trifle hearse today
And when by b chance one of these self selfappointed fOtlfappolnled selfappointed
appointed entice crltioB gets any one to agree agreewith acreewith agreewith
with him how he heIem1 heIem1The beamsl beamslTlte leamslThe
The lover Io r of music for musics sake sakeamong IIkeamong sakeamong
among the standees tand can almost always alwaysl
he l spotted not no much by an uncondi unconditional unoondltlonaillurrend ¬
tional tlonaillurrend + surrender r to the charms of the musicas music musicas
as by remarkable t oblivion toaught to aught else eUeon lbeiUl elsealt
on oblivion which make the leNS enthusi enthusiastic enthu estthusiantic 1 1Mile ¬
Mile smile smileOne IImlleOne smileOne
One day daYlallt last spring when Carmen
was the opera and Calv6the Calve the bright p pof par parIlcular particular
Ilcular tar and when almost every loot lootof foot footof
of t landing Iandln room In the house hOIl wasstood wasstoodon W8 stood IItoodon stoodon
on one of thlll If Ifwedged typea short man manstood manstoodwedged atood atoodwP
wedged wP < lItd in the crowd some distance l b > e
hind the rail He listened with rapture raptu
he tried hu hi best to see the staje Finally
after much peering between hats hat and nd tinder
hats hat hhe hn set settled tied down with his chin restingon resting restbnghim re tln tlnon
on t the IJ shoulder of the woman In front or
him and stayed sl avfd there t to the end fndof of the net
In that particular altitude evidently be belied belieda had hada
a vl view Iew w of the ringer and ands of course oour e he hethought bethought hethought
thought of not nothlnO hint clue elH Nor or apparently anparentlcUd
did the women It was wa not until the cur curtain curlain curlain ¬
lain went up UI that she Hh seemed mfd to become becomeconscious btoomOnllClolIII becomeconscious
conscious 1iHt a man had his head on hershoulder her tiershoulder herHhouldM
shoulder When she did find It out If lookscould looks lookscould look lookcould
could have la crushed the man would have
l been > een ground to powder then andthere andthereeP
Needless eP < Ileaa to sy Mrbhe he hurried to another anothersrn anotherant
iart ant of the hor horseshoe Ot UR II he had no dt deefre dtare
are efre ever to see It her strain
Perhaps one of tho most o t Interesting
sights lllhtslll Is the last moment of c > f the th opera when
the curtain goes I down on 1m hl final act and
women and men too grab grahthelr their belongings belongingsstandeo belongingsand
beloofhlll1 beloofhlll1and
and make a plunge for the ends 0 of the theslander
slander quarters nearest the thelltge stage The
briskness of the plunge depends a food ood
deal < on what the opera Is and who wholIlnls sings
When ItWhen for Instance it hall happened that
Calve1 of Jean dRnsxke d IleszkP follzk was the the star of
the afternoon the stampede tamMle toward the thestage thestage
stage wan universal for both artists are aroSOME areI
Nconrlni MtODltn at t the Dinner In Hall HII11 HII11Rartl HgllTeY They
Rarely Rartl Shake llandi Jlandll llandrinlrodugllons llandrinlrodugllonsAll Introduction IntroductionAll trodu tIon tIonAll
All Important ImportantCeremonious Orrmonlou rfm nloul VisitaVarytne Vlilu VliluVarying 1111 1111arn
Varying arn Fashions In Oxford Drew DrewLOKOOH Dr DrLoNDoN DregLoNDoN
LoNDoN Dec 1 > 10 8 ftDinner Dinner in hallaf ball atOx Ox ¬
ford Is I not often oft n a festive meal tt ithfot itbegins itbeginsat begins beginsat hia
at 7 and the general eneml desire la toget 10K t It over overas overas
as 111 soon u possible and get 6ut dutto utto to coffee coffeeand c6lfeetobacco coffeeand
and tobacco tobaccoThe tobaccoThe tobaccoThe
The dinner In generally speaking a tt big bigstodgy bl blIItOOn bigstodgy
stodgy typically British meal farbetter farbetterof far better betterof b tter tterof
of course than tbAnnr any undergraduate undtrgrad l Allows 611pwhlmelf
himself to dmlt Practically the universal
drink I is beer beerThe beerThe beerThe
The men Bit In tables table tho senior man at ateach ateach ateach
each table being Its president His most
Important duty Is that of sconcing f
To b W besconeed sconced means to he fined a a quartof quart quartof quartof
of beer bt > er for a breach brea h of table etiquette etiquetteSconoeable etlquett8conoe
Sconoeable 8conoe > able offences are the use use > of bad
language talking shop quoting I wthior itln ittnor or
Oroflk Oro k coming co mine to table in a suit lIult of of Clothes Clothestoo olotheatoo elothetltoo
too light of hue to come under thedeflnltlon thedeflnltlonof the daflimitkn daflimitknof dtofJ ltlon ltlonof
of sub fuse and countless other othlrthlnel othlrthlnelwhlrb things thingswhich thingswhich
which which oha thn Ingenuity of the th undergraduate undergraduatemind
mind can an make n ground for appealing ippenlingagainst appealingagainst pJJtRllniagnlMt
against hi his neighbor neighborThe nelhborThe neighborThe
The procedure pr dure U I OB follows A nian nioncommit nianoommlt nianoommita
commit an offence lots slip abig a blgI D > ore or orLatin > ix
Latin tughis neighbor promptly passe passeup pusses PaMeeup pussesup
up MB compliments to tho senior scholar or orcommoner or orcommoner orcommontr
commoner and appeals against Mr Soand Soandso Ho Hoandso and
so for seating or quoting Latin LatinThe LatinThe IntinThe
The senior nlQl scholar or commoner then thenpasses thenpMlleIl thenpaws
passes a metsage down to Mr 6oand Soando Soandoaakln Soandsoasking o oasking
asking aakln for his defence If he has one thesenior the thesenior theacnlor
senior either lth r dlmlgse the appeal and per perhaps ptorhaJll perhaps ¬
haps nronocfl the appellant appllant for making makinga maing mainga
a frivolous frvoloU frivoiouaappeal appeal or soonoca llono soonocatheoffender soonocatheoffenderThe tb the offender offenderThe olender olenderTe
The Te sconced ooac man m orders his quart qut which whichIs
Is placed pla before bfore him in a silver lver tankard tnkar with witha llh llha
a lid He Je has the privilege of otfinst first drinkand drink drinkand drinkand
and may ma take te as A much as he can cn at one onedraught onedraulht one onedraught
draught then passing pselng the tankard tnkato to hieleft his hisleft hilileft
left No one may m place plac his hlahad hand twice twiceon twiceon
on the sconce lconce and the man mm who drains drain thelane the thelast theIAt
last IAt drop must mut close elOe the lidNo lid lidNoone ld ldNoone
Noone No one may leave Itae the table until the Ih senior seniorscholar ardorscholar rlor rlorIholar
scholar Iholar or commoner cmmoner rises rl and anl the president presidentof prldent prldentot
of the first frat undergraduate undrlradlate tablothat makes makesa
a 1 movo has ha to send snd his compliment complmnt8 to to the thesenior th thanlor thesenior
senior anlor don at the high table and ask leave leavefor Ilaefor leavefor
for the table tblo to go This of course OUI is ismerely illmere ismerely
merely mere I a matter mltr of form In theory theorythe tho theorythe
the whole company la dining together underthe under underthe underthe
the presidency of the thelnlor senior don presentOxford present prnt prntOxor
Oxford Oxor etiquette tlqute In matters matera other thantble than thantable
table tble custom aOt varies vries In somethings 10mllthlng some things butfirst but butIs buti
Is i unchanging uchngig In ogtaning others othel Rave Sv on the thefint thett
t eating at bbeogtaning ofaterem ofateremoendton oendton
first tt meeting mtl at bbe beginning bgl of term term and ao aow on
Immensely popular populerwlththematinowoman populerwlththematinowomanNow with the matinee woman womanNow
ImmnypplaJwth Now that neither neUIlr Is on this side d of the theAtlantic theAtlntic theAtlantic
Atlantic Atlntic tt the public publo ha h has set up other idols idolsand idolsand
and none ever Pyer fails faill to receive rfht an ovation ovationfrom oatlonfromthe ovationfrom
from fromthe the standee at a matinee matineeeAs matineeAa matln matlnthe
Aa the Itnc Idols lo1 after the fashion of their theirkind thelkind
kind emerge from nom the small mall door at the
stRe stage aide ade to perambulate prambulato across acrof In front frontof frontof frontof
of the the curtain Clrin to tho door on 01 tho opposite oppositeside oppofltoIIlde oppositeaide
side their admirers admlrrB await them at bothpoints both bothpoints bothrlntll
points rlntll with 1lh outstretched hands thrust thrustover thrult thrultOlr thrustover
over Olr the brass braN rail rai Sometimes KmethneA the eager eagerones eaglr eaglrones eagerones
ones get lt a handshake for their pains painsoflener pln plnoftner painsoftener
oftener oftner they the dont Rut lut shako Ihako or no shake
ALWATS ALWAt ore THE LET iEr TO T HIM HIMthere I Itherelhy IIINthere
there therelhy they stand Iland and crowd and push and andae an anwave d
wave ae as longaK longal tho little ltle door Ant Is open and ald an d
the idol In view viewSembrich viewSembriclr Ie IeRmbrlch opn
Sembrich Rmbrlch shook hands with me III met ecstat t ¬
ically lealy announced annolnced a pretty prel girl Ilrl who was w as tas
just leaving lelng the tht opera house houf to a friend rrlndawaiing frienawaiting d
awaiting awaiing her In opra a tone which Indicated d
that her cup CJl of bliss was running over oernd ore r
And nd behind hlnd the scenes lOnel tho Idol had for forgotten forgotten totgotten ¬
gotten ni all about abllt It ItI Itpring itparting
I parting at end nd of term Oxford men never neverI nev nevslake er
slake Ihnk hands handllMn handsMen
I Sltm Mn of thesame thelm the saran college colige are re never i In n
trpduced trouc to one another Theoretically Theoreticallythey
all al mph ofa ot a college collEg klOw know each ach ThlorlUcaly other ii
they dont they dont want to
Introductions IntrourtlonH am I made formally Mr uI r
A of Morton M rton Mr B Bof of Magdalen Time They y
bow bw but must mustnot not shake hakfl hands hand Intro ° ¬
duction is I of vital ltal importance Imfortanl at Oxford I
Witness Wltlll the story Itor of the th strong swimm swimmwho swimmer swlmmlrwho e r
who stood lood on thehank the hank of the I Isis lx with wit h
tears tera In his eyes fYfHw watching tchlna a fellow ul un lh c
detgrad dergrdrown drown He could not plun plunge
in to his hil rescue rf4le because hnulle ho had not been h bee > n
introduced introducedWhen Int introduceclWhen ruced rucedWEn
When WEn a freshman frehman joins JOhll a college collgo there thereare Ihtroa her herare e
are a many mny things thlll hn h must and must not 10t ti o f
do H He may maycall nYl11 call upon his hil brother fresh rrlh ¬
men and may entertain them at t breakfast breakfastand hrpakfft hrpakfftand hreakfaand e
and lunch luohand and so 10 forth But during his hil hi e
fresher lIher period prlOO his hl rotations rlatlonll with wih senior Inlor Inlormen sent sentmen or
men are a of the speak when youre s slake lllkln > oken n
top tO sort sortThe lIortre sortlee
The Idea Ide underlying ° the system Is I doubt t
re thatsmen
unllerlyng shouldlland theirsfri nd ndamong
leas II lee that tht men mtn should find fnd their friends friendsamong frlndllamongtho e
among among amongtho those of their own standing stanclnK Of Ofcourse orOO r rCourse
course OO the second tond and third thir year ar me mesoonget men mensoon mel u
soon loon soonget g gt t to know tho freshmen It is
done t quite formally forma I and therefore thereforeWlten e
thorou thoroughly hl hlin
When in be b + has b been bn settled stled in his rooms romll a
dayor day or two twoth the freshman frlhman every opr time he hegiven hecome h hcomes e
come comes Into hi Lis sitting lltlng room rom finds flnCI < R free frh h
lot IotofcardR ofcrdl on hil his tale Thy have heen bee beegiven n i
given glvfn to bill scout IUt or servant by b the th senior seniormen Imlor Imlormen sonic sonicmen r
men who ho are then supposed Ilppd to hove h e called cUcd I
The freshman fnoahmn then thfl the starts In returning returlnK thn thncalls thf th theaUs e
calls He must do It in If
mUlt I II person I hil man m
Is out lI he may IUY not leavn Ia pton a card ho hI must mustgoon mustgo mu It Itgoon
goon go on falling saln till ti he finds IIldl him lar In
Afternoon ArfrnCo teatime tfathllo Is 1111 a favorite faorl hour hOlr for o othis or
this The Tht freshmnn takus a cup of tea orcal or a acigarette 11cgretellofrhaltll
cigarette cgretellofrhaltll cal retlestopeehatthtgfnrfifternortwent retlestopeehatthtgfnrfifternortwentminuted stops chatting forflftecnor for tlfn or twenty r
minutes mlnutfII aim then thfngfl goes < of off to do < another anothercull anolhercll anoth anothcall fir
cull cll Often a senior Inlor man nln will 1 nslta 11a aslc a group groupof grollpof grow growof p
of freshmen to call rai on him after Ifler dinner clnnlr i ftr ftrcoffee fCr fCrvllefI r rtxifee
coffee vllefI aid am d have a few fE other senior nlor me meto men mento mIl n
to meet tt them theI Fourth Fourh year Oor men do not notcall notcal n ncall of
call cal on orfresh freshmen freshmenThsn frtn frtnTh mien mienThen
Then Th Q lle the freshmen frlhmln find fnd themselves Ihtmthell In Invitedto Invle invlledto ¬
vitedto vle to a series trlllI of hrrakfaMH brkf8 t or lunches lunrtIR lunel
by second l ml and third year far men espcelslly y
IhVformer tn former Sometimes Sometln1ll several fYrol reams KCflt reamsthird ffPcllly ° or orthird orthird
third year men acting actnlt as al combined hosts hostswill h061 hootwill R
will 11 breakfast the th years earl frolimcn frrfllln all al allonce at atonce GtonO
once onO or If I they lie 11 too many for that in intwo IntWoor t ttwoor a
two tWoor or threelott1 threelott1From thrlot thrlotFrom threelotsrFrom
From the outset outlt too tlO tho senior Inlor rowin rowinmen rowing rowingUIVII
UIVII men tooter foolr uvt msn illy m n vI crlckltmn cricket lunT men 111 i and iv w 10 so fort fortcultivate forth forthculhate i > in incultivate
cultivate culhate the freshmen fNhmn find fnd out our their school schoolrecord sch schr chol cholrEnl on l
record rEnl r rl as athlete athlelll and IUt try them In the thevarious thrlr thrlrvarious 11lr 11lrvarJulI
various varJulI departments dtprmrnill In this tlll Ms way It Itsoon t tsoon III III8nfounrt
soon 8nfounrt found out what a fro frlunan freeman > lirjian Is II good go gofor Ind
for and before lrore long ho finds fnd himself hlnlf In ROo his hisappropriate hil lit litappropriate s
appropriate mlllf mllI milieuinsuch u uIn
In insuch such lueh matters matl1 as A those thoI first frft spoken lpkrn of °
Oxford Is In
Oxord etiquette unvarying InlIrlng other otherthings otherthlnp ochethawgs
things It shifts IIIU Some mo years Iar ago an undegraduate under undergraduate Indlr Indlrcraduto ¬
craduto graduate unless wlel of course CIf he were Hr wearing wearingcap wparlnl wearin wearincap R
cap and andRwn gown would ould no 10 mom mor havo ha thought thoughtof It Itof
of appearing apparing In the streets stret willout 11out a walk xal alk k ¬
ing stickthan stick than without lhout a necktie or collar clinr r
Today It It Is Just Jllt the opposite oppositeIn OPPlllt OPPllltIn
In th ibwalklng the walking stick Itlck days da1 one on sedo sedosaw seldom seldomsnw flom flomNwa m
saw Nwa a tweed tWld cap rl worn Iorn In the th streets flrltH seen on onmight mm mmmight onf
might Indeed nay y never Now one onemore seen seenmore II IImorcap
more morcap caps than hats hat A dozen do en years Ylr yearsmen ago agomen
men Invariably Ifarlabl wore evening dncs dr 1 to go goto 10to g °
to the stalls IItals In the theatre Today on onsees one onetweed ole oletwH e
sees tweed twH even Norfolk jackets
II II lii
Oh 0 fkjtpnt A ah J Japan n Oh 0 rtrtjtptn rtrtjtptnCh ra I
Ch sweet d it f It s to dwell Olt atlih thtti thttiLnd theetLand MI
Land LAn of the riling rJlg rsf mg sun sunWhtrt lunWl sunW7 I
Whtrt Wl W7 see beAuty bAuti + trtfndmytiery trtfndmytieryCombine apt And mysn mysteuy mysteuyCombine
Combine themselves tl in n one ontoII t
Rare Gifts Giftsfor its
for ChristmasUmbrellas Christmas ChristmasUmbrellas t tUmbrelas f
Umbrellas Umbrelas withJapanese with withJapanese withJapanese
Japanese t3 Chinese ChineseIvory ChineseI ChineseIvory
Ivory I ory carved cned bandiesGuaranteed handles handlesGuaranteed handles
Guaranteed Guaanteed coverings covering
5 50 00 ° ° to 35 350 ° ° each eachTurkish eachTurkish eachTurkish
Turkish Slippers SlippersLeather Slppers SlppersLeather
Leather soles sole and vamps em embroidered embroid embroidered ¬
broidered broid rcl in gold or silver silverwith siver siverwith silverwith
with silk sik pompon pompn to match matchper matchpcr matchper
per pair 50c 50cIvory SOcI 50cIvory
Ivory I vor Articles Articleswith
with Oriental Orienta hand carvings carvingsShoe crvingsSho carvingsShoe
Shoe Sho Horns300 to 5 5Button 50 50Button 500 500Button ° °
Button Hooks Hooksplain hooksplain75c plain plain75c
75c to 2 2Dressing 20 2e00 ° ° iI I i I IDre88ing
Dressing Combs 260 to J250 J250Clothes 125 125Clothes I
Clothes Brushes 450 45 4 50 to 20 20Netsukes 200 le0e00 le0e00Netsukes ° ° i iNetsukest
Netsukes J50 15 to 4 4An 40 40An 400 400An ° °
An endless variety of odd oddand od odRnd oddRnd
Rnd rare rre things suitable for forgifts forgits forgifts
gifts gits will wi be found in this un unusual unuRual unusual ¬
usual storeOpen store storeOpen storeOn
Open On Monday and Tuesday Tuay Evening EveningA Evcn EvcnA Evetda Evetdaantine <
A A Vantine VantineCo antine antineCo
Co CoBroadway CoBroadway CoBroadway
Broadway and anf18th 18th St StON StHAIR StIIAIR
IT I afflicted with wih in e unnatural unnlurlrOWlh irtwth 01 f her hilren hlr hlron heren
en thtficc the Ic tics nck arms 1m Uf lets tr r breast brIL bctwicn bctwicnthccyibrtwt bcwln bcwlnthe Itlwtunthe
thccyibrtwt the efbrwI on the nttc n as In Inc noitr nuttI It a aens r rcirt rel
cirt el II ire ri irwhcrc Whie nt n > t wfitidcill wItdCI wa + led edUn in or Iwrll write me meI m c cI I
I will wil ilitflr Idl sad ed < nd fetly Iel inwcr nwe Ju t new nw It I canbe cm elnbe
be cndicattd indthc Id the cm Al 11 Mus > I t iltlvelr patllvdycure iltlvelrcurt sIUI sIUIcur
curt a lalficl I Irch dbeloni > ni 01 l the th iMnand mitts ant n 11 scup cil > ate atefalling U U1IIn t tfalllni
falllni 1IIn hair In and reeve ruil t I be tat tlt e cm comp m > eihn ulne a ahealthy s shutlhy
healthy llh rtca r c fltw w wU
32 year UI cipcrenci cipcrenciJOOOO u eeper rtnC encu
30000 cues cu list ut year yareoniilttlln yearContultatljn Jlr Jlreons
e Contultatljn eons ltIJn In person peron er r by byletter b bynett
1 dents letter nett l is tree lrt and strictly ulel canfl canfldenfil el cenfidents
26 Wart 2Id SG St lew ew D per perJOHN 0 0JOtN rX rXJOHN
Lured urt by ba a HradllKht IfeadtlghtThey tadlchl They 1 Are Arl Poured Pourt on onBoard o onBoard
Board Boar In a Steady RlladStrlam RlladStrlamrom StreamFrom Stream Streamtrcim
From rom the Baltimorr Balmorr lleraU lleraUTim Ierald IeraldTlf tcradThe
Tim Tlf houseboat hll rhont Atlantic Atllntio built hult expressly exprewlyfor eXlrf I Ifor a afor
for the purpose of catching fish by drawlnethem dralnhem drawing
them to pllrpo the net ne by b mentis of a light lah lie lient henl loco y
nt tho foot of Henry Hnr r street ItfP The AtlantisMlle Atlantic Atlantichnlle AtlnIJ AtlnIJhll
Mlle hll from Norfolk Vo 11 a and was brought broughtthe brouchup broughtup
up here to hat 11r 55510 poser pOfr Insti instilled instilledtier led ledllr
up llr tier O1fr oxTper MId IRtEr master III ti Capt < tJ µ J Cole Colethl v
the patentee ptltfPII nf a unique unllul uniquernrtho metfi metfithe Ipthoo > n ofallIlnl or apP Ylag
the hA longknown lonitinowi fact flct that H 1 light laht attracts attractsfl attrRct
fl nMh h Mst lit Reason 101 this Atlantic Atanto operates operatesIn
In the ih waters at rll near Norfolk orfolk and oprlltr proved provedveritable a
veritable folet Bold mine to her h r owner provt Thenovelty Th Thof The TbenOllt
nOllt novelty t of rp plan excited the curtolt curtoltof curlogq curlogqof
of the guests 11 nt the hotel nt lt Old Point alit nndapt alitapt
apt tl Cole Col took them out oltfor for the night whenst when whenthey hpn hpntll nl
they + 11 would Imenchance IL1nchanr la to seethe le tho e Atlantics Atlanticstranire t
tll st tranire Iriinlp nppirntu RPIlrntll nt t work ork As Ae Ammatty Atantcl many mmatty as asfifteen ARnftpn
fifteen passengers pallnlrll t > could Iould be taken tkn on these thestrips thesetrips be beIrlp
trips and they Illr paid the running expense
of tli bolt boitYou bolt3ou upna upnaof
You 01 see lieI said Capt CIPt Cole the Idea Idf of ofI orItrllcltol ofsttraetlag
Itrllcltol sttraetlag th doh 11 by nouns of a Tight II nothlns aotMng aotMngnew
new Stand under uner a 1 light lah near the witrrmud wnt wRhr wRhrud T Tand
I and ud 3 you 01 ou can caute see for yourself yourMllr that tlt the thefllh fish
Hock to It I They fh may 1M retreat rltreRt from the light lightrot
but blt RI as anon n fie th the3 teach the dark they thr 1llll ails ailsrtauto wl
rtauto rot rIlrl urn allln alllnTo ngiln
To draw the unwary unI Y fish f m h to his hl boat bot Capt
Cole Coil had hnt u I powerful IHrful Pox rrhml headlight htIclhht mendllg t of 4000candlat 4000candlatpower aP
power nnxprriermM er placed plar In the thl bow bo down near n the Onile Onilelwr h he water alr alrx
Experience x rrlpnr has proved that Iha A hwidlinht laevmd fight lml 1
provt is
Ins in tl those used usd on locomotives loomotvrl Is s thebeat thebeatnulled thtbeetIIllted thebestnulled
nulled IIllted f for r the purpose url Th Te The past st summer lummtr lummtrOP
Capt Cole ode 011 trlod trln H searchlight Ichlaht hut It threw thr
It I time Its OP rays r Ears WRt r rTho parallel IlrltllInd and they luy II like lke a I log on onTho al
Tho headlight spreads IPrrRdll the tb rays over a
wrdershnpca wrdce ld lhId shalr m surface IIIrfal All the while tho
flflilnir lhlll IH I golngon Iolnlon going on the Atlantlols llntloIIdrlven whie driven drivenl I
through throlRh the water at the rate of four sensor or fl the nUlInl >
m mlle Inl l llea an 11 hour
In front of his craft < Capt Cole has an
other boat which Coats Ionlll the far fa or wide wile end endof
of a funnelshaped funnIshllld net n t The TiE net he heused e used
was 14 IS 11 feet Ilt At the th r IOllth roulh outh tapering rln back 111
to about abut t fort 10t and 4 fret fNt t high bell The Therear Thprll
rear rll or na narrow ro end tnr of the net Is 1 hlcl suppcrtert
hy I a stage IItalp wbchCIVI which given a plic phC for forLth IUPttr the work
men mtn to toftand eland for the apparatus needs needesevs r
nr oral l nen 1n mars to attend at < nd It RJarIWI Behind Bhlnc hlnA th the narrow w wodof
odof > nd of the sooop net Is a rocenttele rICltclt Into In nai which
the fish n 1 fall fiI fallscoot oolntt From rom there tber the thf lheantehcan catch clltc csn b h be
dlPplt dipped up with lh hand htnl nets and pn pnosed < se lId < 1 tn
tht the men on the fRrhot rrsr reerent liont who sort JOr rA over er the
fish h thronlntr hark hllk tho lhoae A under size lizI and tl
storing Htorlnl stnringiherrst th thp rf rt nt awny aWI IDI
lly l propelling prolnl the thl boat 1M when the flatting nhl
Is 1 going 10 In I on a a 1 constant rrIItlnt utreim + of offhdrawn ftsh tMhdrann drawn K
to rohr th < trap hy I tho light IIhl Is II forced rr d out Olt of the i
pnn onr Intl of the n IPt qnt < > t by b their efforts flort to reach relch th the G
bight lht and the th motion moton of the rewl 111 When Wh hn n as
HIP Ihl Invention 11lnlon Is got 10t to work lli the > n nh h pour pour In
Ilk 1 II e ImllnlonRB hllIOMI and nd It requires rClulru eight pur or ten truTo II
tn men ntodlNposnof to d 111 of them thfm tll +
To fnrllltiitK f < lllt the thl handling of th flue Rich
hnndlnl II
Tnpt Pt Cole 1011 ohs hoe hit hlK invented n I sort ort of convey nvl
er er Ir similar 111m lar In principle prlnclll to tf the th machines oahln used u 111 rd
to tl eloviito Ilovnla ooil 111 ore dirt or other material materiali
Cltt CnUt oll sirs > i Intrtol Invertlou in uii III in mud iiiuijtT r of mhttrttl I1P net I Rnd
lids IUII the ash h from the r sons nr end of the II BOOOP V
to 0 the th bent hRtbhflld dbehind lx < lilnd fly I placing fd + tacing paddle 101
wheel hrr In lofrant front of his vessel vtII I which w lclnl hlch Is II pnldl driven
through Ihroulh the Wilier IIr by b her tr engines lllrlnPII th the power
thbt driven drh the th rotiveyer flvrpr Is I obtained pw If If
Is II impracticable Imprllcllbl to toUI use this thl device dlvlC power
from th tlw eiiTlnp 111 ran 110 r1 < 1 hn v t onnrevor onnrevorFIND mst e + Ifr IfrFIND rr
Why Whask ask a physician phlcan litr eidan to find fnd out
whether your OUr Kidneys Kldne idnoya are ar diseased t p
Take a class Jll tumbler and fill it with urine
If I there ther IN I a sediment seiment fl after lfer wih standing stadln etandin
twentyfour IWlntyfrur hours
hour your Kidneys am p
hick If I you hare a desire dtlre to urinate
often Ifen a pain in the back bck or if i your our urntl iirlmi +
Mains 11 linen Inenyou you should It tt t onco onot4ke onrntako UtkoDr Dr
David Kennedys
delay Is dangerous dnnlrou8 There T horo Is Remtv no question 8
about nout its 11 being blnA tho best lt and IUIllUMto unrest qUMton medl mel
clno in tho world for any av and all al disease dl88CI it
of tho Kidneys Kldno Liver Lver Bladder Hadder and ad of tits w
urinary urnary pass passages JIc age Rheumatism Dyspep ¬ I t
ale lla or constipation cnstpaton of the bowels bwol Dlpp It e
quickly oVl relieves fle 1 inability Inubllt to hold urine
l I f fing
and the
nCllt necessity of getting el lnK up often sins
ing tho night It stops thnt scalding pain
stOP IMldlnA
when passing pinA urine and ad corrects crrc corrode the pin bad
effects of whiskey and beer br It I is I sold in
two sizes liz Me 50 and 1100 ItO 100 per bottle bottlertjl btto
Tna Tad rtjl Irottletrw bottle III fret trH Apply Hollla pr It threes nnir
Apl 10111 llr
rtst Orr
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t1 1 Ilroadwey and
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v or mention unda
mnlon Sunday aunead nun un ADd nd addreu addreuf
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