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' - J ' 5 t J ! I ! '. " 7 No. ?l. .'i.t, Xo, 3. I Ki, trill. Melha's record is familiar $26 to Chicago and Return via ! to a!I readers Interested ni musical Great Rock Island Route. . ' i lickets oasale.Nov. 2th and liDuiue roie ami noes not ZEaintatU i o,, . . , , . ' . . , , JJtli, good to return, leaun Eiisir.a IvuiH s is an American end . is claimed by ikision, although she , was born in Siaahai, China, where ;L r father bad a position under the ! government. But her mother, a illayJeu jf Maine, brought her daughter hack to New Kugiand hcn she was six nnd here she te- St Chicago, np to and including J i December 9ih. J j To secure extra extension of!' i . . . .... i !, ; len uays, i.t wu be necessary to pay i2 in addition, which v ill j mate tickets good returning to leave Chicago, up to aid includ j iug Decern ber 19th. Short '. Orders, Who Regular 1 1 ID Meals. GLOBE RESTAURANT. v4 "V. C. I1ATHELL, 9K "JC l'voprlei or. Open Day aud Night. . 'a. , Ma L . . . tiou at Chickasha, soon certs in After many discouragements she a.s pes-; !,T.i::!iilu.:i.,1m;Lv.i:)sPn, bSSSS. j finally scoured a hearing in a prima " NoiTumilm;! of the Grand Operf. 1 rains outu, cast utul tttl ut Fort Worth. N.IHTB IiutND No. 2. No. Si. No. 4. No. M. PaiMH(.'tr Freight, IuiM-mrrr Pasvengrr ArrU:J5am Arr6;4firo Arr.'-MOpmjl.v. :15in I IKxcept !.. 2temjL. C:2Sttm Lv. 2:jpmj himiUiys. No S and 4 make oonni'ction with all train" out of KaosasC'ny. No. 'JA and ai art; the new 7at traiufi. No. I. No. 1.11 No. IK Paeuper No 1M Ar.12.0npm Ar.ll :45pm rr 1 :3iitm;Lv. Inipm N B: No Trnlna cn this lino run on SuudaTX. SOROSIS. The following paper was read before Porosis bya member on "'The Grand Opera in the United States and its Singer: Concluded from Saturdays Daily.) Thii is a great task and involves the hardest kind of work. , Suzanne Adams, Marcella fSem Lnch, Albert fialeia, Lillian .Nordi ca, Henri Albers, Nellie Melbrt and Emma Karnes are the star singers of the Maurice Gran Company, Miss Adams is an American, born in Cambridge, Mass., and was sent to Paris when vpry young to obtain her musical education. Her debut was made with Jean de Iteszke in 'IiomeoandJuliet'in which she was introduced to the Parisians at the Grand Opera in 1891. She remained there four years. "Marguerite" in 'Faust" being one of the parts in whieli she was most frequently heard. Mie proved the sensation of tho G-au Company at Covert Gat den, London, A French critic said of her that she possessed two notable characteristics. Youth and a clear beautiful voice in t jne'cli ik ingly like Melba's, 5 Marcella Seinbrich taunt look! back from ber present heights of fame with strange feelings to the period of her childhood, when her fatber a poor Pole, kept the wolf from the door by giving lessons on the violin. There was a large fami ly and only through the ns-istance of frienda wan it possible to end her to the conservatory atLemberg when her muscal ability wasdiscov ered. Her teacher, Prof. Stengel, afterwards became her husband, and it was he who developed with pains taking care, the wonderful voice that has since held veteran critics spellbound, while they need hark back to Patli n her prime and Christine Nilnson to find its mate. Sembrich made her debut when only seventeen, and appeared with the Abbey company in the disastrous first season of the Metropolitan In 1883 84. She then went to Europe iiiid did not appear there again, ex oept in concerts last year until ihf memorable second niyht of the sea son when as "Rmina" in I he P.arhcr of Seville," t4n provnl that lime had ripened, mellowed, ,r fected her voice. .'Albert Salcza who hini; Knneo to Hie .'uliet of MeHia ii a French until , thirty one years of 8:m. In ldS at the Paris conervMorv, rat t ied oIT the lir.-a prize fur mhi: ing and the second for opera Melba. who gels her stage name ' from Melbourne, Australia, wiftre she was born; has no such i cod lee' tions of her early life os must come times cause Serabrich to think the is living in a dream. She wan Aellie Mitchell thenjher parents were well to do and not at all inclined to give the girl a career. Her playmates nsed to get her to make "funny noises'1 in her throat, and at tbe time she had no idea that they were While in Paris,Eames met and mar ried Julian Story, then a struggling artist, who frankly admittadto her mother that unless she continued to sing they would not be able to live. Nordica was known in her birth place Farmington, Maine as Lil lian Norton, and the home in which she grew up is a great roomy farm house. Nordica's grandfather, on her mother's side, was a famous Methodist preacher, and thrctigh the Nortons she is eligible as "Daughter of the American devo lution'' or a "Colonial Dame.'? Re moving to Boston when quiteyoung she studied at t!;e Jsew England Conservatory of Music and then went to Italy- Later she sang in St. Petersburg and Moscow and then at the Grand Opera in Pari3. While in France she met and marriedFrcd erick Gower of Providence, Rhode Island, and left the stage for a time. Subsequently Mr. Gower, who was an electrician, made a balloon as cension, in 1887, from which he never returned. Xordica sang at the Covent Gsrden, London. Her first appearance at the Metropolitan rew lork, was made in 1S90 as Leonora in "Trovatore."' She intensely fond of her profession and cherishes her voice as ehe would priceless jewel. In May, 1890, at Indianapolis, Xordica was married to Zolton F. Dohrae, a young Pol ish tenor. Miss Lou Williams. The Express will give the fol lowing combination on newspapen, to all new subscriber: The Weekly Express and The Kansas City Times $1.00, The Kansas City Star $1.00, The Kansas City Journal $1.00, The limes is purely Democratic, and the best in the west. The Star is independent, and fearless m politics. The Journal is the acknowledged republican paper in Kansas City, Either one of the three and the Weekly Express to any new sub Hcriber for one a dollar vear. 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