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New York, Aug. 16, Pavlowa is to have a rival for the favor of Amer
ican audiences this winter. Lydia Kyasht is coming over. '
Kyasht, like Pavlowa, is a Russiafl and made her reputation in St.
Petersburg. She has since become well known in' other European capitals.
During the past season she has been dancing in' London, where she has
made the biggest kind of a hit. . She is noted for" beauty of face, as well as
The Shubeiis iave' engaged Kyasht for an American' tour, and she will
arrive late in the falL ' - - "
The pYesiding judge rules that-' it
Will do Diggs no good to blacken the
character of that high school girl.
Once in a while, a court coincides
with our opinion. That's' the way our
opinions come to appear in the law
Wife--James, do you. know that
you are a very small man?- Husband
How ridiculous! I am' nearly six
feet in" height. Wife That makes no
difference; whenever I ask you for
money to goshopping-you are al-
ways short, . -
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