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HE SchUBHuui Concert company at atthe athe attime
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the Grand tonight Bids fair to todraw todraw todraw
draw a huge and as appreciative appreciativeaudience appreclUveudi
audience udi ue as the MMfal kind eves It of ofa ofditterent ofa
a different c cfctpacter ctsr The companycxmea company companycomes CMI CMIcomes
comes well nenttted tit and should see be be ¬
fore them a fed hone The following follow followhcell
excellent hcell nt programme i is outlined ouUinedL
1 L Cbaractwtatle LAughinf Water WaterIi
JlunS Ii llungarlau gariiiii rlan Dancea j laisces i e8 jir Braham ii WaterHazier Toteoi = Hazier
Jy Archibald I Qougtat ugta t a Loewe Loe Loer Loewer
Xr r Rowdon Rowdon
t 4 Piano a a March arch Grotesque9in Groteeque SincftDg <
< b bl > Witches Dance MacDo MacfaGoldbec K cDowell cDowellGoldbeck
Jars Gohlbeck k
5 Ballet allet musfte from Faust Gounod
i Concerto In rto far celle andante and
finale Lindner
7 Soprano g o watts W waltzRo1Meo R Romeo ii and and iici Jvgt Jvgtf0baruwo Junt JuntGoonod 1i
Got Goonodtts8 todt
X > tts8 Sherwood 8Ifenwroodr
fl Caprices tapriee t r I le a Dawn of IJeveB IeftBeadix Love Bwdix Bwdixtbl ndix
4b tbl bt > Patrol of the Qnome3KilenberK
t 3 IU Duet > uet Tfty 171 Face l GraheR Hoffman trmaD trmaDII
Mi hiss i t rw0od Mr Xr a Bowdon
Ml Overture Poet and PeasantSoppe PeasantSoppeThe Peuaat 81Ippe 81Ippeit
o e it itThe E EThe
The large musical event of the t e cora ¬
hs mg week te the evening evenl of ballads to be begiven bnl1 beglees
given nl1 by Mrs A A L D Melvin Thursday
Mx Mrs 1 Kelvin gives English Engll Scotch and
Irfctft SftHad And she e will be assisted assistedby
by ar SKeiton It iton oo as well ell as the airing airingquartette aMrinlq stringgoarteUe
quartette q and Miss Mia Hattte H ttle Wlnhard Wi hard as aaeoftst asa000rtptmtnt asaccompanist
accompanist The affair should be a agreat at agreat
great t success as in its unique Idea it itis itIs
is the first of the kind given here hereA hereA
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A 4 pntfeot ps sioot is on foot fostered foeter by the theUafcrcHlfc tUi theUtz
UafcrcHlfc Ui dkb and the music section of the theLajMotf tileLltitIUY theLsdNn
LajMotf JMtnury club to briny brt here at atperiod ataa ators
aa C period eriodthe the eminent coo composer composerrk coa poser poserof r rGeII
GeII rk of Vienna who is BOW meow in inUte inUi
Ui Ute t > o oggtry t0try 11 giving lecture M on Wag Wagoerian WagJt Wagnerka
oerian Jt works The plan is to have a aseries 8lei asorties
series lei of flAve five lectures given V the last on onParsiial onJIu8tII onPtsUai
Parsiial tar a Sunday evening eveningMs eveD1RfM eveninge
e e eIs44be1
M Ms Is44be1 l w be1 Monahan onahtu will sing 8 thte thteMr tkl tklttt thIiat
Mr at St Marks arK8 cathedral c N1 ComeUate Come ComeUnto ComaeUnto
Unto Hie hy Cowan CowanMrs CoWIIif CowanMi
if ifOr
Mrs draham Or F Putmtnt will give a arectaa ar am
rectaa m Or he r pupa Harold Brown at atthe att1le atthe
the lire of his parents Tuesday even evenia eftftiJI evenfag
ia fag Hcte Iss MarjorJe Brooks win assist assistwith metwith at atWi1It
with same violin selections selectionsAll
a + 4 4JI me meAfl
All meows W8 coUese eo i 18 preparing to togtve toW tosly
sly gtve W a > ntttsteale at slcak e of artistic merit on ontlM oft oftUte ontM
Ute crreniatr of Washingtons WU lngtoRa birthday birthdayS
4 4Me
S Me + s 141n Lflu Q S Maynewill Xayne Till be the solo soloist oIoi sohorat ¬
rat M t trite fl Science nce church this morning moraingatogbtff moraiarthe morningaiagMg
atogbtff moo Colder maider the Lilies LiliesMrs
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Mi Mrs 1 tA A D Melvin Melvin will m sing this th morn mornsf MOmina mornin
ina in sf aft Qth6 Blest Congregationalohtircu CongregationalohtircuHe Co ntW olMuah olMuahLonl
He Lord Is I8l7 My Light by Allitsen Allitsenl AUi en enit en entt
tt tr it aTe it1I
1I l e question why so few you you men menof menof menof
of lite e 1t spttor sort are atttnctat attract ttrac to the theH tlI tlI001II thev
v 001II Jf is Uu answered Ity ItyH bysssuti
H W oraeiie oraeiieJfexwuse
Jfexwuse sssuti se + of the enormous compeh compehtioa copetttio cetsispetitiot
tioa of mediocrity JlM ocrity The cultured and andcapaMfe aadcapa andcapabllt
capaMfe capa professor ItOr cannot eaD t live in keep keepins keepIng keeping
Ing with the t e dignity cH lt7 of his calling callingwhen caJ caJwlMiR callingrhos
when competition osta letUion ion governs ver1I8 his da income ineomeTIle incomeThat incomeTht
TIle college professor p r has no compe competition oompttittelt competitien ¬
tition his stipend rt1 IHI1d end is assured and his hismind bIaml hismini
mind ml open to the sfcrvlee ee of his ap appotftmsttt a apolatrmptt p ppotlttM4iat
potftmsttt It should be so with Ith i ip the theor I Iof
p or of singing 5In Not until the theof thet 1 1t
t of singing has 11 knocked at the thedoor Uted thedoor
door d of the university and been ad admitted admltW admitted ¬
mitted or has created a university unlver tty of ofhte ofhhJ ofhis
his sthe 1M stamp of which w ick is on a apar apar apar
par with that of any other institu institution in8t1tutIeD institutes ¬
tIeD cr r gads An a system by which the theptthttc UteMIWIc thepufb1lo
ptthttc may 1 be made to discriminate discriminatebetween dt discriminatebStwoe erlntlnateeetL
between eetL real and assumed worth will wHlhe willhe HI HIJIie
he be accorded the position artistcalir artist artistlcatty arU tl tlcall7U
catty call7U as socially hLJlJ to which he is en entitled efttitled entitled ¬
titled Then will the careful parent parentbe
be wftnnjf AItst to have his i8 boy adopt mu music mulde muaicas ¬
sic aicas as profession alifnfeseioctM don donX rf
MBS M > a Townsend ead Tagliapfeira has Been Beencorresponding seencerrespending ueen ueenini
corresponding ini with Prasidiiit Preek1 att Hadley Hadleyof
of Tale 1 unlvossity on this subject He Hehail HeJaa liehas
hail wtttt Wit iaittemi to her as follows followsTije followuri followsT5e
uri matter of a professorship profee orship of ofvocal ofGOat ofvooal
vocal music to be developed with the theswmf theOfexeellence thessisi
swmf Mane of Ofexeellence excellence that few eW are axestrtvmgto aretotam aresttd
sttd strtvmgto g totam to obtain in the other sections sectionsof ect DS DSof
of owe department of music mu ic is one onetrmch onewIIIIatt onewitl
trmch witl I have frequently dteoiuMed with wifeHMsnttirr withnitstlsrLof
nitstlsrLof HMsnttirr 11 I sf our our faculty of innate We Wecannot Wecannot Wecannot
cannot undertake take a to establish e tabliah such a aprofessorship ap1Of aprofewo
p1Of profewo professorship bIp without endowment As Asthtisj Astbi AstIaJMIf
thtisj tbi steJtd M it t is a question of money moneyThe moue moueThe moneylime
The find necessary necessary tor the proper en endowment endOWJBeDt endowment ¬
dowment of a professorship prote sorthip at Yale Taleto YaleHUM Yales
to s HUM iaAIS Tilt rnaows dows1II S7M for the thssalary Utawldolt theaIsjy
salary which Mat Ja at the present the ra rathat rate ratetlIt ratethat
that our fun professors JOra are paid PI and anda andfew
a few hundred hilt dollar nfbre re according accordingto
to the th rate o of interest toe incidental incidentalexpettHB btcidentltiexpelibt
64 expettHB to assistant assistanta assistantOne aaaUJtantaMe aselbtantaoas
oas a
One of te most Interesting Interestingto thlc fact in Into
1 to Y Parsifal ItaI te that it COD eonehatkovsky coaT CODwiW
wiW TcIIa11tov T ehatkovsky h ikov y lcy to Wagnerism Wagnerismyisjesaof WaperItIm1rtinnr Wagnetismnrrltesiof
nrrltesiof yisjesaof Anton Door writes in the theVienna tbeVielma theViennaZeit
Vienna ViennaZeit SSeit regarding In the great Rus Rusttr h > rua ruastea us usalia
alia ttr toT Uy V to 1N IMS Tchf TchUowkY ilovsky knew of ofWagners ofW ofWag
W Wag Wagners iers a music only siui Suqtl fzAgmeat fzAgmeattally fneataU
U tally played in the tho0Iie cenjeetft cenjeetftwoold cAgeeztha
ha > 0Iie woold have supposed that UtR UtRyeim i inail
yeim nail easily eMIt susceptible su to new newMons newI t1I1 w wJ
J Mons would w have been > enth enthw eathbe euuthaver =
aver w r the concerts which Wai WaihJMsetf W Wh
hJMsetf h gave gaveInRtmsMa 8 in Russia in 1161 M b b1gch NC NCkr biSremained
1gch narreky kr remained cool and skep skeptical skepue1 skepticalThe ¬
tical ticalThe TAe ftLobe Lohengrin grh prelude pre1U e inWhich In InpeltteuW inhlclt
peltteuW which hlclt aroused the u4IeRee u4IeReet adie ee eeto
to t aa todefcribabia ipdegcrIbaJePUoh pitch of enthumtm enthusiasm enthusiasminaioe enthu 1uRl 1uRlnMe
inaioe mtm a no n Impressfoh Imp 1 mon at an on htm THe THesame ilIeMme Tilesame
same may be said ad 9lhia q of his experiences experiencesthirteen a expss fences fencesthirteen I Ithirt
thirteen thirt u years later when heD be attended attendedthe atte attended attendedthe decT decTthe
the first Nlfcelung poitowiMinee erfe at Ba Barcuth JJ > dagreuth i iuth
rcuth uth But tie time me came when he hefex hetOQ hetoO
toO > was as overwhelmed Jyer lmed by the genius of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Bayreuth SCeister It was In KM KMthat tI8Cthat 1I 1Ithat
that he becaaae acquainted acquaItalwith with the theParsifal1 theParsifal theParsifI
Parsifal1 n n sic He had oily the theT thevocal thevi
he thrown thl01t11tuto into a astate aatate astate
T vocal vi cal score re7 yet t was
state of ecstocy e especially ecially over OV < the thefc tinehet I IJut
fc Jut t seen sceneof ot the tit first act actuf aetur
4 4of
uf all writer alters OR musical topics Btjv Bulion Btjvhoc I Ibas
hoc wa was tile mo most t entertaining In 187 187Henry 1871 1879henry 1 1lIenry
Henry Holt ASo LCo Co issued l a volume con containing contalnln conUe1ning ¬
taining talnln < aetectlons dtJu8 from his letters and andaesthetic endaesthetic i iafltbetlc
aesthetic humorous and satiric4jirrit satiric4jirritiugs satir1 swtirlc4 rit rithegs t tIllgs
iugs nAnlMMy t translated hr W F FApthorp FApthorp
Apthorp ptb r Thfckutumn moot of Ute musical mu musical ¬ I Ii
sical i al societtoe SOCAM Of America and Europe Europearo I
aro cotnmaempo commemonuing cOllUD attng Dg the centenary teDIUY of ofBorloizs ofBlolsa ofB
Borloizs B r1oizs blrtft trtlteh make en timely ttmetyreference a areference areference
reference lb tkfct t volume and also al o to t a anew aDfW anew
new DfW book fc J rts3uea 1 4 by E P D Duttonj DuttonjCo IFJtton IFJttonCo atton attonCo
Co eikUtMl rm ItUt 7ItiR JJ6 uco I oC sector Ber perlox Berlioz j jlioz
lioz as written by himself in his Let Letters Lettrg Letters ¬
ters and Memoirs translated d by Katberine Kath Katherine KatlaI KatlaIeriM
erine F BouK ldsi H + esa e bt a few e fewfrom c cfrom 1fDtIf1
from letters of various dates datesI
I bla have b JIHC tiler hrn had r long l lamer from fromU fn fromhi IJ IJVOB
L
U von D 3w Htm Ltea LIB LISZta s sonfn4aw so tftJ w who whomnur1Zd o i ijnarried I Im
m mnur1Zd jnarried iJGfte Coelnwu Jfe B atHeJ m tette me m that thathe that1ae thathe
he performed peito performec111my dthY ihy Cellini overture with Vlththe withthe vIthhe
the greatest t success at a Berlin con concert eODcut eoncert ¬
cert He rt sae at off 4J o t jorvent jorventdiscipte emrt emrtdisciples t tili
disciples ili of tMt wt tiiaf = school 1 el o tab thfeMusic t tt tabMusic
t Music u lc of Put Ptt Futatpe l > l aVthey they call 11 it in inerma Int
terman t erma ermaay y < 18884 18884Wagner 19 to toWaner 1 1Wagner
Wagner wad it kt dirletmg the old oldLondon oldLondon oldLondon I
London PhUharmonic c ta post I was W WI
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obliged obl1g to refuse being bin engaged by the theother theother theother
other society is bur burleJt p nfeath th the thevituperations tINvituperations thevituperatlons
vituperations of the whose Brftfsu h pros preaHe prftIe prosHe
He remains calm for he e says that in inflfty InMty Infifty
fifty years he will be master 1nss tei of the mn mnsical JQC1steal masical
sical world a86S a86SThe 1 1The 1866The
The ConcertStuck ck played p1a br Et Llisstwith Lis Etwtth t twith
with the thepa passionate nate hnpefu0sltr fln ef he al always always ¬ i
ways put into it it created a furore and andI i
I 1 carried away by entbttsfaain e > ltllubslaatn asm was wasidiotic wasidiotic 8 8idiotic
idiotic enough enou h tQ cmbrabe embrace mbra Mn on the thestage tbeIKap thestare
stage a piece of stupidity atit idtty fortanatety fortanatetycondoned firhmateQeoa4eaet fottanateI7condoned
condoned by the audience audiencei au ence 1M 1MChopin 1311Chopin
i Chopin could never bear r tile re restraints re reIItraInts restraints ¬
straints of time awl I think tIJlft carriedhis carried carriedhis carriedhi
his Independence too far he simply simplycould simplycould simplycould
could not play in tIme amsti while whileemploying whileemploying whileemploying
employing rubate kept it within wt hin ar artistic artlstle artistic ¬
tistic limits retaining always waTs a digs dignified digsfled i ifkd ¬
fled sway over his eftfxioei atpr et rLob CU4C CU4CWhen 1141 1141llIen 1Itcalk
calk calkWhen
When a stager is up upb before f e an au audienee audSeMe audience
dienee he or she can tell whether h t1ter the theeffect theeftect theeteet
effect of the voice olee is pfecustag pJe or not notby notby notby
by watching the countenances of the thelisteners theHateaers thelisteners
listeners says 5 Thomas s A Bdlson inPopular in inPopular InPopular
Popular Mechanics When how however however however ¬
ever one sings into a dead instrument instrumentlike Instrument1ke InstrumentIfke
like the phonograph without the theslightest tliel8U theslightest
slightest < hte8t recognition tIon8 as to whether Wile ther the thevoice thevoice
l8U voice ofce is properly tuned and pitched pitchedthe I
the singer er becomes rather nervous n I Iknow Iknow Iknow I
know some very capable singers who whocan wocan whocan
can sing s splendidly before an audience audiencebut audiencebut audiencebut
but when hen it comes to getting their theirvoice theirvoice theirvoice
voice into the phonograph poon graph they the are aredumb aredmb aredumb
dumb I have brought bro 1Jt people of great greatnote greatnote greatnote
note out to the works wo and paid them themhandsomely themhand themhandsomely
handsomely hand omely for their t vocal vocal efforts eir Jts only onlyto onbto
to find when en I came to reproduce reproducethat reproducetbat reproducethat
that the records te were utterly worthless worthlessthese orthlessgthese lil lilth
these th e attempts were utterly worth worthless WorthJess worthless ¬
less One roust mu t have ve indeed indeed a regu regular reguJar regular ¬
lar phonograph voice in order rderto to make makea
a good record Some peoplecan pe people pk can smg smgwen sing singwen sfngwell
wen into a phonograph pll who o could uld not notget notJret notget
get up before an audience tudte to save savetheir savetheir e eUUk
their lives and again a in a I have said saidsome saidsonte saidsome
some people c csn e n sltg Sf sip 1tt before persons personsbut personsbut
but they cannot perform toipt Before Beforephonograph feforeplaoaosraph 1eforephonograph
phonograph phonographIn
In the Berlin National Nati M1 Zeitung z ltuR Gus Gustav Gustav Gustav
tav Karneles makes public 1Y lZi I a page pagehitherto of ofhitherto ofhitberto
hitherto unknown MemTeteeohn Bien electhim history h hJ
J P Lyser well ell known as a poet p nor novrelist no noll noreiist
elist ll t and caricaturist t the well known knownBeethoven knownB knownBeethoven
Beethoven B thoyeD picture in J1 which the short shortstumpy Ihortstumpy shortstumpy
stumpy figure of the t composer com r is shown shownwith slownwith shownwith
with hands behind him and his tall hat hattipped hatUPJl hattipped
tipped back on his head d is by b Lyser Lysermet Lsermet Lysermet
met Mendelssohn re in 1813 shortly after afterthe afierthe afterthe
the performance of the Hebrides Hebridesoverture Hebridesoverture Hebridesoverture
overture and took a great fancy ncy to him htmHe himHe himPie
He paid his merits a glowing tribute tributeafter tributealter tributeafter
after his death But on n Mendelssohns Mendelssohnsrequest Mendelssohnrequt Mendelssohnsregtest
request that he provide him with a text textfor texttor textfor
for an opera Lyser Ly r wrote the book of ofan ofa ofap
an a opera I bole based on Romohrs Romohrsstory lWmobrstory ohrs ohrsstory
story The Last Last5flvelJor Savello It a week weekafter weekAfter weekotter
after receiving receiv it ItIeadeJ Mendelssohnreturned Mendelssohnreturnedit dendel ohh hnr returned returnedit turned turnedit
it with a letter in which he said I Ihave 1have Ihave
have fought fo ht a bitterbattle with my myself myselfYou myselfYour self selfTour
Tour l poem is beautiful the taeverfle verses are areso areee
so musical as I could could wish iah them the action ac action ACtion ¬
tion sustained and finely carried carriedthrough carriedtkreu carriedthrough
through tkreu h well composed oom the opera is iscertain IsoertIn iscertain
certain to make a great impression slon but butI
I cannot compose e it and that is your yourfault yourfault yourfault
fault Why do you send me a awhose IKM IKMwhose book bookwhose
whose contents frighten and depreee depreeeme
me and disturb cli my mY8e sense of propriety proprietyo
Do > o you not recall Don Juan whom the thedevil thedevil thedevil
devil carries off and no one feels sorry sorryfor sorryfor m mfor
for him while OM on does have haveplty pity for foryour torYOUr or oryour
your Saveilo who Is s killed by an out outraged outraged outraged ¬
raged husband But I shall tell you youthat youthat youthat
that I should never ne elha ha hav selected a aBon aDon aDon
Don Juan text or anything like it My Mywhole Mywhole Mywhole
whole nature rebels against agai t it making making1use makln maklnu
use u of the plague of indecency Ind ncy and I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would consider it th the t greatest test admis admission admi810R admission ¬
sion of partiality to this condition were wereI
I to compose to such a text as yours yoursit y > ure ureIt
it would pain me me mealthough although you may maylaugh mayJaugh maylaugh
laugh mockingly at me mebut but I cannot cannotdo cannotdo cannotdo
do otherwise and I do not desire to do dootherwise dootherwise dootherwise
otherwise and when I reflect on this thisI
I doubt if even I I c cOUld uld compose e a s sceful sc sc scceseful =
ceful c uI opera As events proved Mendebmohn Men Mendelssohn Mendelaohn ¬
delssohn never completed an an opera his hisLoreley hisLoreey hisLoreley
Loreley fragment that it is I not having hav having having ¬
ing dramatic force such s clt as s Is called for forin torIn forin
in a work that hopes to endure on thestage the thestage theataee
stage stageA
400 400A 4 4A
A recent number of the Lustige Lusti Blat Blatter Blatter Blatter ¬
ter is headed Bayreuth Nummer and andcontains andcontaina andcontains
contains some very amusing ainu iu illustra illustrations lIIUJ1tratlona illustralions ¬
lions The front page is a colored pic picture picture picture ¬
ture entitled MbnetenDammerung MbnetenDammerungIt l net9nDR merung merungIt
It represents repre ents Frau Coshna Wagner and andher andher andher
her son Siegfried seated s at a table tablecounting tableco1lntl tablecounting
counting co1lntl piles of coupons and gold goldcoins goldcofns goldcoins
coins with an ecstatic mien while a awaiter awalter awaiter
waiter is just bringing in another big bigtrayful bigmyrul bigtrayful
trayful of golden mark pieces It is iswell iswell Iswell
well known that tbatlhis this millionaire fam family family family ¬
ily or their friends are trying to con convey convey convey ¬
vey the impression that they are pau paupers aUpen paupers ¬
pers Accordingly it is suggested or oranother OTanother oranother
another page P8 that th t iiicketinthesjot iiicketinthesjotmachines nlcketI nickelIntheclotmachines tbealot tbealotmachinet
machines be placedeverywhere pJaoedeveryw so that thatlovers t tlovers thatlovers
lovers of Wagner music who are not notrich JtOtrich notrich
rich enough e h to go te Btgrrettth t may mayhelp mayhelp 1 1Aelp
help along the food cause caJa In their hum humble ImmWe bumble ¬
ble way wayThe
ir 0 0The it itTbe
The Beethoven house house at Bonn has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been enriched lately by b an interesting hsteremingcollection interestingcollection tJAgCoUectiOD
collection of manuscripte maaus rlpte of the mas master mMter master ¬
ter namely the famous Beethovhxna Beethovhxnaso
so long in the pooh n of the firm of ofFr ofJr ofFr
Fr Cohen Among them are the first flrstsketch firstsketch firstsketch
sketch of and many additions te the C Cminor Cminor Cminor
minor sonata and Of his last piano pianosonata pianosonata pianosonata
sonata variations to an = air from an anopera ano anopera
opera o an autograph aut autogra ra > l1 copy of part of a aMozart aXoZart aMozart
Mozart trig trlQt U tijePhqle hole l1 < le score of the thetrto t thetrio e etrt
trio op US in 11118 s k strange hand d with withautograph witha11tQgrapb withsnJ
snJ autograph T5ph auditions ad tloR6 and alterations alterationsIn
In tdditl addition nakole a a whole hole number lIuml1 1 of letters letterssonte lettersptOffonal letterssotpe
sonte profwefonal some some smn domestic a alot alot alot
lot of confempwaig coftfein 11 < writing rrit1 np about abouthtm abouthim abouthim
him and his wQ VQdt work1 K H9 i a at aeries of let letters 1etter lttero ¬
ters front or about his relatives and andfrienda aDdtrIe andfriends
friends friendaThe
dThe 4 4The
The present w t age 34 tn prolttle pr iitkInwonder iitkInwonderchildren in inwnder inwnderchildren wonder wonderchildren
children cart now boilst oest st a extremely extremelyJuvenile extremelyjuvenile
Juvenile composer Hi9 name n ipe is Max MaxDerewski MAXDerewskl MaxDerewski
Derewski who attheage at the age of i wrote a awaltx awaltseauYe awaltz
waltz waltseauYe entitle < < Le Reve Revett performedwith performed performedwith perfonnedwith
with much uetk success in n Bngland Two Twoyears Twoyears Twoyears
years ago He wrote t A yalolttctory V le actory song songin wngIn
in honor of otthe the tht family lljt cooks orioJc 8 husband husbandwht hus husbandwho
who had Mdbeen been ordered to South Africa AfricaThfa AideaTI1Il AfricaThI
Thfa TI1Il iaf inform rmition Uion ioA was galn galned andhy lmk a Jour Journatifit jott jottnal8 jourflaunt
flaunt SSa t an Interview With te little littleComposer Httlp littlecomposer
Composer p He ie 1 Isthen thus evidently e IY making makingacquaintance makfacacquaintance makingacquaintance
acquaintance Ttetlmes with the moat moatuptordate mootup t tuptodate
uptordate up totdate customs custowsit
it itTbe t 1t ft ftThe IkThe
The musical Jcal strife over orchestral orchestralmatters orchestralmatters I Imatt
matters matt ts goes merrily on in CJUeago A Aeontemporary AgOJatea1pora1T Acontemporary
contemporary saysMnelep says saysMusk HSK
Musk K Mnelep tl l l people P I in 1 Chicago Chlc > are in insomething InsemetlalllC insomethlog
something of a quanaary ql aq at present presentover preseatoer presentover
over the outcome CNtoomeof of the struggle Ie for forpreservation fOtre forpreserftIoii
preservation re which whlcnis is again going on onin onInt onin
in Int that city in connection with the theChteago theCk theChicagoorchestra
Chicagoorchestra Chteago Ck oreheetra ores of which Theodoreomas TheodoreThomas Theodore Theodorenontas
Thomas nontas wields Is the baton It Itbttd pad been beennoped beenhoped beenhoped
hoped tttat When the appeal JMI for sub subBCrU subJlMntpUobs subucriptions
JlMntpUobs BCrU > tiotts to a fund to erect a home homefor homeor homefor
for or the oreliestrs r had gene abroad and andbad andbad andhad
bad been seeming seemt > g successful ul that all allT allworry allworry
T worry orry was over over ver bUt 310W nowagain ROW agaIn are areheard areheard areheard
heard ominous Utterances that many manyof manyot manyoff
of t ttae > e subscriptions cannot be realized reaHzedone reanaedone
one one and that the future of 0 the orches orchestra orehlStta orchestra ¬
tra te as much Jn doubt aa ever On Ontop Ontop Ontop
top of this conies co comes th the tb a announcement announcementthat anuouncementtb8t
that the trustees of the Auditorium inwhch in inwhich Inwhch
whch the orchestra con r have been beenWeltf beentt beenh
h Weltf d tt rQr r years dO not nftfpose pr pose to sit stby sitby sitby
by idljfr idi putuil1 bu 1J WH 11 assemble another or orchestra orChf08t orchestra ¬
chestra Chf08t Mpftge ft foreljgn conductor 00 of ofnote ofnote ofnote
note an4 aJWrQ li OIl a 46 < avai tel to Mr MrThomas MrTbomas MrThomas
Thomas and andllIs ntf r ls force for ek W While bile this t i8 is isdoubttees IsdOl1btltis f fdoubtless a
doubtless distressing dls es ng for m many ny wfa who b bo
= o < ic =
< S o
have made many sacrf sacrifices c S to t maintain maintainMr mattUlla mattUllaltIr mnini da daMr
Mr Thomas and a his oroh orchestra stra fn Chi Chicago ctdcago Cbstgo ¬
cago + for many years the giving of ofconcerts oCeeocerts ateeooerts
concerts by two good orahfeetraa otthe tr s and aDdtlie andthe andthe
the interest t that will be stirred up by bythe b7the bythe
the artistic rivalry will advance Chi Chicago CIcago Chtcage ¬
cago in a musical way wayIn wayIn
4 4In
In Der Turmer Karl Storck writes writeson
on Hawemuslk and after speaking speakingadlmimgly PeakiDdimlmgly speakingadimirngly
adlmimgly on the work of mens cho chorues cboru eltorunes
rues and what they have done for forthe f forthe r rthe
the uplifting upll and maintenance of cho choral choral choral ¬
ral singing points out that times have havechanged havec havechanged
changed c ng and the woman is now an aaimportant anImportant anImportant
important factor in the practice of the theart theart theart
art of singing He says The women womentreasure womentfeSue womentceasuge
treasure their elr songs more rnorethan than the thenjen th9nen thethen
then they do not sin sing them only in inte int Inthe
te t the e choruses ckoru e but take them into ntothc ntothcbpme thehpme the thehome
home they teach them to their dill children chUreIJ dilldren ¬
dren More important than tbanthe the singof sing singing slngiJ1g ¬
ing of the male chorus is the song of oftoe ofB ofe
toe B people Women carry a great portion por portion portion ¬
tion of lifes burden it is ibut but right rightthat righttat rightthat
that they should enjoy an equal part partof partof partof
of lifes IlfeSornaments ornaments Snob S oh is song an anornament anotnm1t anolnam
olnam ornament tt which not not only beautifies beautifiesbut beautifiesbut beautifiesbut
but alto ennobles This wrlte writer also alsowrites alsogritee
writes Writ about what should be done in inGermany inGennaBY inGermany
Germany to enhance Wagners memory mem memory meMo ¬
ory o He suggests that instead of erect erecting erectlIng erectIng
lIng 1 ing monuments of bronze and marble marblepublic marblepbU
public subscriptions should be solici solicited soUcYfo solidited ¬
ted for fo the t e creation of a fund which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would enable many man whose circumstan circumstances ¬
ces would ld not permit it otherwise to toattend 101teBd toattenmd
attend Wagnerian performances performancesThe pe orma oe oeIJ
e IJ IJThe o oThe
The allabsorbing aJlab orbln topic among theat theatrical theatrical theatrlcal ¬
rical people tile past week we k was theaembinatiett the thecombination themblnatt
combination mblnatt effected bjr Klaw Erlanger Er Erlanger ErJangeroo
langer Jangeroo nd Stair Havlin which prac pracUeally Pn1CUeaUy practically
Ueally gives 11 these tw > syndicate com combinations combinations canbnations ¬
binations control contro1ot of all 1l the high price priceand priceaitd priceand
and the popular OI price theatres in the thecountry thentrT thecountry
country ntrT as far as the bookings of at attractions atttactlo atttacthopss ¬
tractions a in them for the coming seven sevenseasons sevens sevenseasons
seasons s ons fe concerned concernedNow C QCltrnedNoW p pon
Now on that the thing has been settled settledand settledaRd settledand
and one has a chance to look over thisIleid this thisHeld thiseId
Held carefully Careful I the magnitude of it itcomes be beconies becomes
comes more impressive The forma formation formation onn onnUon ¬
tion of tii tbks to community of interest planbetween planbetween plan planbetween
between the big booking agencies othe o othe 0 0the
the two classes of theatres thea free res means me ns nsgreat a agreat agreat
great deal It will give 1e Klaw Er Erlanger ErJanger Erlonger
longer control of the high price the theatres theatres theatres ¬
atres in every ery city in the country The Thesame Thesame Thesame
same goes for Havlin H vUn R Stair as regards re regards regards ¬
gards the popular price business The Thenumber Thenumber Thenumber
number of theatres involved will foot footup footup footup
up at least 500 and allowing for a cost costof co costof t tor
of 199000 to each theatre in the beginning be beginning be1nr ¬
ginning 1nr < lnl it means the same as xan an an in industrial industrial Industrial ¬
dustrial combination on a capitaliza capitalization capItalization capitalization ¬
tion of 500006410 50e WO While the booking bookingagencies bookingagencies bookingagencies
agencies do not own these th e theatres as asfar asar asfar
far ar as supplying them with attraction attractionand nttractlonand
and mapping out their futures they are areas r ru are areas
as safely intrenched int ed ag a if th they yv y owned ownedthem ownedtbem ownedthem
them outright for the local managers managersare
are under contract to book through throughtheir Uu throughtheir o otheir
their agencies ie exclusively This gives givesthem glveathem givesthem
them them control of the entire traveling travelingtheatrical traveltngthetrlc travelingtheatrical
theatrical 1 field outside of the vauderu vaude vaudevflfe Ilud IludvlUe
vflfe ru b and burlesque theatres theatresThe theatresThe theatresThe
The layman l qman not acquainted with the theworkings theorkings theworkings
workings of the theatrical syndicates syndicatesmight syndicatesmIght syndicatesmight
might not at the first glance realize realizehow rea1l rea1lbo realizehow
how bo completely the control of the thehouses thtlPO thehouses
PO houses eB is effected effectedby by bythisne this new combin combination eomblnation eornbinalien ¬
ation The explanation n is simple simpleenough simpleenou simpleenough
enou enough h A manager of a L local theatre theatreIn
In Cincinnati by contract places his hishouse hishouse hishouse
house in the Stair Havlin circuit circuitThey circuitThey circuitThey
They have their headquarters in New NewYork NewYOIk NewYork
York and by these t 8e contracts establish establisha
a chain cbl in of theatres from one end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country to the other The travel traveling travelIng traveling ¬
ing manager man fer or producer of the attrac attractions attract attractions ¬
tions that play these houses no longer longergoes loosergoes longergoes
t goes to the local manager or the eastern east eastern eastern ¬
ern representative repre entathre as in days do s gone by bybut bybut bybut
but submits his show sho to the Stair StairHavlin SWrHavJln StairHavlin
Havlin booking agency and if they are aresatisfied aresaUs aresatisfied
satisfied saUs ed that it will make good they theymap theymap theymap
map ojHt t a route for him in advance advanceThis adv advThis advanceTitle
This is done long before the season seasonopens onopens seasonopens
opens and providing nothing not lng unusual unusualshould unusualshould unusualshould
should come up to interfere the orig original orlgIna original ¬
inal route is played say from New hewYork NewYork NewYork
York to Omaha if the manager only onlycares onlC onlycares
cares C to go that far west t It is gradedoff graded gradedoff
off between b een the week two and three threenight threenight threenight
night stands and the onenight stands standsand standsand standsand
and so arranged as to reduce the rail railway nl1Iwtq railway ¬
way jumps between these various variousstands variousstands ariowstandts
stands to the smallest possible 08 fbleiJmlto fbleiJmltoIn limit limitIn IlmltIn
In this th way there is an appreciable appreciablesaving appre appreciablesaving Jable Jablesaving
saving shown to the traveling man manager mtlBAIJer manager ¬
ager The local managers saving savingconies sILvlnlCOftIIM savingcomes
conies from the arrangement of his hisreason hisreuon hisreason
reason at a small cost co t and with little littletrouble lIttltrouble littletrouble
trouble to him himThis himThi 3itmThis
This same rule rul applies to the bi bisyndicate bit bitsyndicate bigsyndicate
syndicate excepting that they have haveneither 118 118neither hateneither
neither as many theatres nor attractions attrac attractions tttactIoDs ¬
tions to look after ami the work worktherefore is istherefore istherefore
therefore not ss intricate or extensive extensiveas eatentdveas ten8tYe ten8tYeas
as the popular price circuit manage management managmert nianagenuert ¬
ment becomes becomesSothern becomesSot
4 4Sotltern
Sothern Sot ern was entertaining ente nlng an did didfriend 1drr oldfriend
friend rr d recently in his Is dressing roon roonbetween ro nt ntbitteen
between l1 tween the scenes of The Proud ProudPrince Pron4Prince ProuPrince
Prince and there arosa an argument argumentupon argumentupon rgt1meRtupon
upon the drama In general His friend frienda friendSOIIMJWhat
a somewhat excitable gentleman was wasin W1UiIn wasIn
in the heat of discussion and was employing em employing employln ¬
ploying < language scarcely fit for the thedrawing th thdrawIRg thedrawing
drawing room reom when suddenly sudden there thereentered thereentered thereentered
entered the room a dignified and a de decorous de decorous decorous ¬
corous colored man who advanced to tothe tothe tothe
the center of the room saying in an anearnest Aneanlest anearnest
earnest monotone monotoneHave monotoneHave monotoneHave
Have you no fear of God and mys mysteriously m mysteriously 1S 1Sterloualy ¬
teriously departed as he came cameMr camorr carne carneMr
Mr rr Sotherns guest est was greatly gr atb dum duinfounded dumfounded dumfounded
founded but was as too tooweU well bred te ask askany askanr asi asiany
any questions que tIOI1 Resuming his argu argument al alment argument ¬
ment he again grew healed he in his re remarks nmtks temarks ¬
marks and again the colored man manquietly manquietl inatiquietly
quietly and mysteriously entered and andclearing and1Mring andclearing
clearing < his voice declared declaredIf lared laredU
If you were the devil himself hlms I1 4o 4oyon 40Y doyon
yon think you 00 could snake me like likeyou likeOU likeyou
you youTo OU OUTo
To Sotherns guests surprise the actor actortook act actortook r rtook
took the Interruption as a matter of ofcourse ofCOU18e ofcourse
course COU18e so Sotherns visitor in a dazed dazedmanner dazedmatmer dazedmanner
manner continued his argument only onlyto on onto onlyto
to be interrupted again and again gelnthe by bythe bythe
the same colored intruder tills time timewith timeIUt timewith
with IUt the remark remarkI 1
I know you 00 now and Go4 knows I 1pity Ipity Ipity
pity you yonMr youMr YOUMr
Mr Sothern j guest was now too sort swivprised surprised sortprised
prised to talk He sax in a collapstd collapstdcondition oolla oollacondition l lcondition
condition until the same man had entered en entered eItered ¬
tered three separate times and in an anexpressionless anexPIe88kJnte anexpresslonless
expressionless voice had said saidI
I am as changeless as the sun I Iwill IWill Iwill
will carry my soul pure pure to hod heaven h04vonYou heavenYou van vanYou
You are the strange strangp woman womanYou womanYou womanYou
You shall be as beautiful as I am amand amand amand
and as happy happyThis happyThis happyThis
This last remark was too much even e efor
for Sotherns friends nerves U He was wasbarely W1I W1Ibarely wasbarely
barely able to gasp Scrthern whia whiathe whtttthe whatthe
the does this nfean Is this thisjok ajoke a ajoke
joke jok or an Insane asylum Who is isthis 18this isthis
this fellow fellowThat fellowThat fellowThat
That said the actor actorthat that is slut simply slmply slutply ¬
ply my dresser Lewis Wls His duty is tono to tonotify tonoty
notify no > tfy me of the progress ptogT progress SS of the play
by lines In that manner I know when whenmy whenmy whenmy
my cue comes comesOh comesw comeswOh comes0h
Oh said 2VIr Ir Sothsrn5 Sot Sother qs > guest eSt rip Wlp1Ing ¬
ing great beads of perspiration pBt8pl Uon from fromhis trouthis fronthis
his face I thought I had em emRight en1
4Ralph 4 4Ralph
Ralph Stuart who is starring fit fitRight t tEight
Right of Sword says saps Actors t fquently fre frequently tquently
quently receive he unexpected proof VoF VoFthe or orthe oEthe
the vealism of f their art rt This stffry strywhich stffrywhich stdbwhkh
which is reported from a Chicago the theiz
< iz izk
k > f t f r
jatre atme i like ilv Lory tur ory > of theartist theartistwho the artist artistho artisttshe
who ho painted paii el a fire sx 00 o > vividly v ldb that his hisservant hissen hisservant
servant sen tnt threw water on it itBajftiet itt itfit
fit t was th th play la U the gal gallery galJefY galory ¬
lery ory two t small newshs newshsye a Wra watch Iraiching wn1dtwitllJ watchwith
ing with witllJ hrtctbiese M interest Th Th6 last lasti lastAt
i At 9 t waadaning to 0 a close cO e The duel duelI duelalrn08t duelalmost
I almost dragged the boys from their theirchat tbetrhaitI theirthane
chat chatBWrf haitI thaneBeibPt haitIr
BWrf r tE their eyes < f the queen was waspoieoned waspoisoned vasOiWue
poisoned Lartes Upt tes k WWp kilted lied the t king kfll killed killedHamlet tU1ednamlet killedEnmiet
Hamlet killed kilt On the final tra t trajedyY trajedyYthe fiSy fiSyth e eUle
the th curtain started dtitfit dd vn The audi audience Cudence udl udlence ¬
ence was gpeltifound gpeltifoundIa geIJroundlathe
Ia lathe thegallery the gallery sounded a clatter and anderaeh andCIIII8k andcft
eraeh as one of the bojs bo 3 belted for forthe tortJ fortlia
the door doorCento doorCGlM doorCome
Come on Jimmy he shouted s outed back backto backto
to his It pal 1 Hustle up upt Dsyll 11 be beextras beextraa beextras
extras oat on dice disLouts d dicee
de
e a eLou s a aLouis
Louts Lou James J tell tale a story Of apromi aproittinent aprominent apronUneut ¬
nent archbishop Some Somet1lftebAfor Somet1lftebAforhe tim tiro before baforehe beforehO
he was made an arohbishep a west western 1NISt8IIl astern ¬
ern rancher ra who had made mad a a fortune fortuneiu rtune rtunefa
fa 1 cattle raising i8Ing called on him and andpresented antipIII8eI1ted anipresented
presented a letter of introduction IntrMueUenThe IntrMueUenThea1 The ThepceUte Thepld
pceUte pld + a extended too a1 Wa 3 guest hishos hishospttaiity hl his her herta 1to 1topUality
pttaiity ta lty and was not a little surgrteed surgrteedt su surpi edtlearn ed ed1eamUaat
tlearn t loam 1eamUaat that the rant ranchman man had hadthe nyr nyrseen i isssn
seen the inside Iuoidy ot a church eiurchTre churchrye urch urchrYe
rYe traveled traNI trap isd cla a good ddeal deal mid the thewesterner Utetl tit titwesterner
westerner tl but my visits to the olittes olitteshave QI1tesave olUesbare
have always bean such short ones enSt1 that thatIve thatIve at atle
Ive not ot been able to indulge In sight slghts stghte sighteaeng
s e eaeng eing lng Id like very much to look at atyour atyour atyour
your building If I might mightOf mightOt mightOf
Of course course the bishop offered oae to be behis bek1s behis
his escort and they went to the thechurch t1iecb thecluiich
church cb rcb The rancher looked around aroundwith aroundWith aroundwith
with nndiguised 1 14gu admiration adntlcatfonGee adm itiOt1 itiOt1Gee
Gee whiz he exclaimed ew ad 4yquctr 4yquctrt1nI Yqu cer certainly cer certainty ¬
tainty t1nI must do a rattling good Tjuslnes TjuslnesBut bustn business businessBut IL ILaot
But say Yo what do you 0uJWe ned so many manytelephones n1an n1antelephones niahytelephones
telephones fer torIde ferHe ferUe
He had mistalcenthe mistaken the confessions oonfesstonsfor oonfesstonsfortelephone forteJephone for fori
i telephone booths boothsSebuking boo boothsRebuking s sI
I Rebuking a tlGos Gossiplrs Gossip GossipMrs P PMrs
Mrs lrs Frederick B SQiipffi D prsidnt prsidntof r aaident aaidentof jdnt jdntof
of the National Consgse Consr s ofaither2 ofaither2dwelt glf 0 tellthers tellthersdwelt f eIi eIidWelt
dwelt forcibly orelbl in a re reoeiit r Litt address upon up upon upon ¬
on the evil of Joqua 8 8LoqUa j jLoquacitytalking r rLoquaoity
Loquaoity Loquacitytalking ltytJkiltg tallEins overmuch vvsrmueh shesaid she shesaid sheald
said is a fault i inherent ker t in too many manymothers manymotherS manymothers
mothers and in too many m ny fathers too tooif tooif tooIf
if it comes camas to Jtbat that ht Silence is a ablessed abIft ablessed
blessed thing and andtre jure should cultivate cultivateit
it when We re have hfl e Iwchiug tl1lug to say Si Silence SIIa Silence ¬
lence Ia is s always WttfceV vto my mind mindthan mindthan mindthan
than a fIbu buzz of empty emPtYnd and meaningless meaninglesstalk
talk talkI 1k 1kI
I used u e to knowaa old lady who whotalked whotalked whotalked
talked overmuch h he was out walk walkIng waik2ng walklug
lug one August Au st ajJtirnopn att afternoon D9n when a aman IImaR aman
man passed her with a dog The dogs dogstongu d ddgstopgup gs gstoD
tongu toD hung bU gOU out t a little and the old oldlady oldlady
lady stopped and Id said saidThat salflbat saidThat II IIJdy
That dog te 1t not safie It shjiuW shjiuWnot s1 sliuldpot t11c1 t11c1be
not be at large Its tongue hanging hangingbfct hlU1g1ngout hangingbat
out of its mouth Is a sure sign of ofrabies ofrabies r rliS
rabies rabiesJ1 liS rabiesthe bles
blesan the J1 e man who knew the meddle meddlaaome meddleIOlPe meddlesome
some old lady well w fl retorted re ted Its only onlya
r 6 sign that tHe dogs rfsc toingue t Jdgue < Is too tSobig t toobig o og
big g for its mouth mcnnhthsan1C tmy same as some someA someold me meoM
oM rolksir rolksirA folks
I
A Real Ghost q1p t StoryCoantry storY storYC Story StoryCountry
Country C ntry Life Llri in America AmericaA Am AtiidrltiaAyoung rI tA
A Ayoung young woman at t a country house houseparty houseI housepatty
party one Christmas Chrl tmas had been thrilled thrilledwith thri1l thri1lwith thrillgdwith
with delicious horrors by tales of ofghosts ofghosts ofghosts
I ghosts and hobgoblins told by certain certainof
of her fellow guests about a generous generousHre generousI generousfire
Are Just before they separated for the thenight tl thenight Ie IeAS
night AS ht The next morning she appeared appearedat
I at the breakfast table ready for de departure deParture departure ¬
parture and when pressed to explain explainher explainher explainher
her reason for f r going goI finally confessed confessedthat cOnfes confessedthat ed edI
that she was as afraidtto h1o sleep slee p under r the theroof theroof theroof
roof another night nightShe nightShe nightShe
I She said that about a ut midnight she slirfwas shewas d dwu
was awakened by a stealthy step and andto andto andto
to her horror sew a specter all in iiiwhite inwblte inwhite
white at the foot of her h r bed and It Itraised Itraisedits ttraisedIts
raised raisedits its clawlike hands and actually actuallydraw actuallydtln actuallydrew
draw the coverlld off the bed Therewas There Therewas Therewas
was no hallucination ball hallucinationn clnat about it for the thecoverlid thecoverUd thecoverlid
coverlid was gone goneWhile OneWhite goneWhile
While tape interesstwSps interest inter was W at Hs J B height heighta heightQeI4te4f1nkrast
a belated QeI4te4f1nkrast fcreakfastet l reakfaet appeared a pea ed and re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked genially rinlallyaow geniallyHow nially niallyHow
How cd it was jast r net t nlghti night know KJIOWing ItnowInS knowlug
InS that the room next to mine ntlriev wasunoccupied was wasunoccupied s sunoccupied
unoccupied I took the liberty lIbert of help helpIng helpJug helplug
Jug myself to an extra covering from fromthere tromti fromthere
there 8 CJr CJrThen
Then He Got Well WellNew WeUNew WellNew
ti New York Press PressHe Press1WSOdellrlOUSas PressHe
He 1WSOdellrlOUSas was so delirious as to to n necessitate necessitatehte essiul essiulhJ
his being put into a private rooiri room atI at atthe atth9
the hospital pltal His ravings ingsof of Why Whydid Wh Whdl4 Whydid
I
did I dV dcf o It 0htvhy Oh why hy did I do it itperplexed itperplexed itperplexed
perplexed and alarmed his attendants attendantsj att ndarits ndaritsf
f j The attentions att ntlons of his nurse were re rei recetved recelved
i ceived by him with evident distress distressDuring distressDuring distressDuring
During one of his calmer moments momen t8 he hecalled h heeUed hpcalled
called her to him She was 8 not of ofthe ofthe j jthe
the usual hospital type of heroine heroineI heroinewith j jwith
with bewitching heW itcblng cap and dainty apron ap apronMadam ron ronIdam i iMadam
Madam would you ou mind answering answeringme
I me a personal question tlUe Uon he asked askedanxiously a askedanxiously ke4 ke4anxiousb
anxiously Are you married to me meThe meThe meThe
The nurse laughed and explained explainedwho d
I who she was Then he heaved a deep deensigh deeppsigh j jsigh
sigh of relief and went x Off > ff at Once Onceinto JncI JncIInto onceinto <
into a calm sleep Next day he was wasI WDSdeelreti wasdeclared
I declared to be out of danger dangerA
A A Bad State StateNew StateNew StateNew
New Yqrk Times TimesHenry TImesrH Timesli
li Henry cry rH H Rogers the copper and andStandard andStaltdlt andStandard
Standard Oil magnate wattvisited laitid re reoeRtly reU reecetly
oeRtly U by one of his hJsfrlends friends who has hasbeen basI hasbasil
I been under fA er the weather w ther for months monthsogaffs month6o monthslit
lit anLers o ogaffs inquired after the health healthof healthof healthIsis
of Isis II cane eailart nero
t have ba been staying down at Lake Lakewood Lftkewood Lakewood
I wood N J j fOr f r six x months was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the reply and rye been pretty low lewIn 1011ft lowIn
In fact 1 never D ver was in so bad a state statebefore stateI statebefore
before beforeMr bEforeMy beforeMr
I
Mr Rogers smiled and asked quiet quiotly quietly
ly YoeCre YOtve Y ve never been in Montana Montanahave Montanahave
have you 1
It ItKnew
Knew Their Value ValueNew ValueNew ValueNew
New York YorkMail Mall and Express ExpressMrs ExpressXn ExpressMrs
Mrs KnowtttI Kaowitt I hear you yo celebrated celebratedyour celebratedour celebratedyour
your our silver wedding last week weekMrs WeekI weekMrs
I Mrs Wise WiseNo WI8 No To judge from tho thopresents thoI
i presents J18IIe1 ts we e received JCeivedIthlnkitwasour I think it was our oursilverplated oursth
silverplated sth srplated wedding weddlhgAGATHA weddingAGATHA i iAGATHA
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Courses given in Expression Oratory O tdry
and the training of the speaking voice voiceHATTIE VOl VOlHATTIE voleeHATTIE
HATTIE M A1 WISHARD WISHARDTEACHER WISHARDTEiCHER WISHARDTEACHER
TEACHER OF PIANO PIANOBeginner PIANOB6dnn PIANOBeginners
Beginner rs a Soeeialty SoeelAltrLeschetlzhy Leschetlzky
Method MethodSUt Methodti3
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T OMORROW Monday we w begin our revolution in ink inthe inthe
k the prices of Sterling Silver Flat Ware Few peo people penpie peopie ¬ =
< pie realize what high prices they are paying else elseWrere elserr ese esewhere =
= = where rr re for Sterling Flat Wares as most jewelers will not notfell nott nottell
fell t lI their eir customers the actual weight of the silver offered offeredfor offeredfor offeredFor
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We will sell on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day and an Friday the following st standard ndard patterns tea table tableand tableand tableandd
and desert spoons tea and dinner forks forkat at One Dollar Dollarf0Q DollariUO if ifJOO
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With our usual sincerity all weights will be made m de Inthe in inthe in inthe
the presence of the customer Knives to match have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been reduced 20 20AH 20A
A 4 GREAT TBARGAIN TBARGAINAU BiUtGANAll
AH the beautiful Sterling dishes dishescorf Coffee e Sets Tea TeaSets T TeaSets e eSets
Sets Trays BonBons Sugar and Cream Sets Bowls Bowlsfancy Bowlslaney BowlsFancy
fancy Spoons and Forks Toilet Pieces Colognes Sterling Sterlingmounted Sterlingmounted 1 1mounted
mounted Cut Glass Bowls and Vases and nd many other otherarticles otherarticles otherarticles
articles on display in our south window will be subject to to20discount
20 20discount discount from our regular plainfigure prices until untilFriday untilI untilFriday
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Friday This lot comprises goods of the highest merit meritand meritand meritand
and the advantage our customers have at this sale is isunusual isunusual isunusual
unusual as many pieces of Sterling here on sale have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been coveted by our best patrons patronsWe patronsI patronsTHE patronsTHE
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We have about one thousand ounces of Tea Te Table Tableand Tableand Tableand
and Desert Spoons Dinner and Tea Forks in odd sets setsthat setsthpt setsthat
thpt that do not match our regular patterns which we will willclose willclose A AcltJse
close out at Ninety Cents 90c an ounce Most of these thesegoods theseg thesegoads
goods g ods came from our Butte store stor when we consolidated consolidatedand
and are all choice c oice designs made by Gorham Whiting Whitingf Whitingeed WhitingReed
Reed f eed Barton and Towle but to move them quick quickly quiokIy quickly ¬
ly we will sacrifice the lot at less than cost costWe costWe costWe
We have the largest patronage on Tableware in the theW theV theWest
W West V t both in Sterling and Plate late and because of this large largefigfe largef largetrade
figfe f trade l1 we can undersell our competitors com etitors and still make a ap api
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