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The First Shot.
The clarion tones of the liberty
hell rang in the freedom of a na
tion's people. -
'The states are free!" cried the
'old bell ringer, joyfully.
1 "The states are free! The states
are free!" The cry echoed through
Then the politicians and hnan
cierscame and helped themselves.
"Look here, I wrote and asked
you when you were going to pay
ihat old account, and enclosed a
stamp for a reply, but you never
answered!" "My dear sir,
wouldn't it have been a mean
trick to use your own stamp only
to disappoint you?"
NEW YOR& LETTER.
New York, June 7.Is New
York really a rube town? Are its
inhabitants kidding themselves
when they think they get the besti
there is, in the way qi amusement,
and get it first? , i
According to'Berno Jaulus ofl
San Francisco, it is and they areJ
Jaulus is a violinist c note in the
coast city and is musical director1
of one of the biggest restaurantsi
there. He has been "spending sev-
eral weeks in New York, with ai
view to picking up any singers
dancers or musicians whom it'
might pay him to hire for his din-
"I never was more surprised in
my life than I have been to findl
the punk line of stuff people stand!
for here," says Jaulus. 'fA lot of
the cabaret entertainers I've seen;
at work in this town would get!
the hook at any first-class place inj
San Francisco, and I haven't run!
across one to whom I would thinki
it worth while to make an offer.
"In New York a restaurant ,
man who pays his entertainers
$50 or $60 a week thinks he is
spending a lot of money. In San
Francisco salaries of $100 to $200
a week for after-theater perform
ers are the usual thing, and the
best of the talent gets from $300
She is the charming youngj
daughter of fairly well-to-do par-i
I ents, and she recently got an invfcy