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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 18, 1912, Image 4

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Ever hear a Chinaman sing?
' Thought he had a voice like a
Baby porker with the hay fever,
didn't you?
"Now comes a Chinaman, Lee
Tung Too, who can handle any
thing from grand opera to rig
time and spell it out in either Chi
nese, English,, French, German or
Italian. Lee has a dctp, rich hari-j
tone voice and is some singer
when he gets started. Added to
Lee's singing is Lee's ability as a
mimic. Picture.a Chinaman wilh
a sense of humor.. That's going
some, too.'
Lee has upset traditions and
done it so well that he has been
hauled into vaudeville, and. his act
is regarded by theatrical manar
gets as the most unique on the
o HO
New York, May 18. "I am tjie
happiest mother in the world."
This, in French) were-the last
words of Mme. Marcelle Navralil
before she hoarded .the liner Oce
anic at noon-today, with her two
children, Lola and "The.Lump,"
the "orphans of the Titanic."
Mme. Navratil said she dearly
Would-have liked to stay in Amer
ica for a time at least, if onty for
the kindness that. an Anierican .
girl had shown Ijer children,, but
that, it .was impossible.
The last person to kiss the two -children
before the Oceanic be
gan to move away was Miss Mar
garet Hays, 19-ryear-old rescuer
and "foster mother."
Oilcloth Apron, s
Make your kitchen aprons ,bf
tableilcloth. It cleans easily
with a damp cloth and a little
soap. It is more serviceable than
gingham and will last for years.'
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