Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1949 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
not betray me and lose me my posi
tion. But one day Monsieur Napo
leon, who was already jealous, order
ed her from the kitchen. Then I saw
that discovery was imminent. I fled
to America. I cannever go back. But
tell him the truth, monsieur; tell him
that he has married the real creator
of the omelette Tartarin. In his de
light he willv forgive the double de
ception. And now I must go home,
for I was. married three months ago
"You may go, Alphonse," I answer
ed sadly. For human nature is very
frail, and the thought of the black
eyed mademoiselle's deception over
came me. "Hbw.ever, I -brought her to
the confession point when I was last
The Cafe Napoleon has recovered
its pristine splendor. The omelette
Tartarin secret seems likely to be
come hereditary. Alphonse cooks ex
cellent planked steaks at the Hotel
(Copyright by W..G. Chapman.)
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT
Here are some interesting facts
about your favorite, Romaine Field
ing. He is managing director, Lubin
Western company and was born in
Corsica. At the age of three he came
to the United States, where he has
spent the rest of his life, except for
intervals of travel. He spent his early
years in Kentucky. Then he went to
Minnesota, where he attended the
University of Minnesota. He took to
the stage and played in legitimate
drama for twenty years; then took up
During the summer months, while
acting, he took a course and gradu
ated in medicine from the Columbian
University in New York.
No, mediation wasn't a failure,
even though it missed its main -purpose.
We see several gains from it.
It gave time for threatened Amer
icans in Mexico to get out.
It permitted effervescence of anti
gringo prejudice following our seiz
ure of Vera Cruz.
It tested public opinion at home,
proving conclusively that Americans
don't want war.
It gave South American a chance
to exchange the role of rocking-chair
critic for that of would-be doer and
maybe has taught that between these
roles there is a difference.
Perhaps most important of all, it
has enabled our government to give
proof that its sympathies are with
the peons and that it will never again
throw the weight of its endorsement
to a tyranny of pillage.
Yes, mediation was worth while.
Now let Villa and Huerta fight it
Paying the fiddler wouldn't be so
bad if one didn't come to realize what
poor music he had been dancing to.
In Berlin there has been construct
ed a skating rink. with all the prop
erties of ice, but made of salt