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J w tContt t Continued hued from last week weekIt wleiit
It was the middle mi lc of September Septemberand
= h and the wood in which two incidents incidentsIn inci entf entfi
i In this story have already occurred occurredhad
had not yet Tost lost its leaves Their tints tintshad tints13d tintshad
had changed and the gold 01ll of autumn autumnhad mtumnIJlll
4 had succeeded to the green rc u of sum summer SUlllp sunsmer ¬
p mer The duke renumbering the t e place placewhere plneeW1HlC placewhere
where he had lost his heart strolled strolledthither c cI cthither
11 thither He H wished to dream rNI m Perhaps Perhapshe P < lhn ps pshe
i l i bi he hoped to meet Colette He was wasmuch
3 t t much D b surprise surpr li to see seeniat vhat tt bo h found foundthere foundUIrt
there Tb Tbwas Counts un nt Svtrrlna Svtrrlnaavas aln alnwa1i
was seattvl Koat st t4 < Ml ui pta t + a the nuirbl bench tA e On Ozie Onperceiving
I I 1 perceiving ehi vtng g tb the e dui dU < she flo ftutft nT c i If Ifaorprteed I I11ris
aorprteed 11ris in a ianh an lDlmJd and < l ma1 na < r t rctn Hf Hfment ne nemcut t tmCnt
mcut 1 to retire The i he duke Ink I ad ttl df L lIIOt rid v vot
toot ot to go g 0 and h hrousciglleur nd s it down o1vn foetid ltf 1 + + hl jei jeir llIou t i
rousciglleur ou ig1Hur r aid she I w ving I hi g tlr tlrfun thfUft tufin
fun which lalh she heM iu hw l r ri i hand bnntlI
I a t 1 am n fortunate In meeting m tin ti 01 here hereI
I shall never IH tt forgot the ssunnl nal < r r vr vrour < o oyour
J r your y our excellency xlellIK rendered 1ln < lentl u Hit ir i < put putting tU tUUn ¬
ytin ting Un g an end to the outrageous niltrgaeou5 r cenc < m of ofwhich ofwhich f fwll1ch
which I WH the victim and an 1 which I 1beg If
i f beg you will believe 1 had ha not in any anywise anywjse anywise
wise provoked My I distress distl > > was so sogreat sobrcat sogreat
great that t at I may have neglected u tlll to tothank tothanl
1 thank you I do so now from the bot bottom hottom bott ¬
t tom of my heart I have 1m n been told toldyou tol tolJOU toldyou
you were generous and good uOt1 and 1 ud in inthis 111Hlis Inthis
this I am not deceived1laderoolsel1e deceived deceivedMademoiselle cce cl1 cl1t
t Mademoiselle Iademol c replied the duke dukethink I Itbinl Iyou
think thinkI you ou exaggerate eXl elltc atc the sen s1rciee ice which whichI
+ I bad the good fortune u > r rrnIer nlor yetYou yet yonI u ut
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t You were alone and tubje uhj t to u ihurfc ihurfcwho I iLtretl huse1jl
tl lot 4 50 who did not take tnl the tro tft So t to t On Ont con conceal fOliI ¬
1jl I t ceal their malevolence mth olcucI I ta v 1 i nn in indiguaut init int
it diguaut witness of uo that uv u tI t 17 My t
11 I I 1 only remembered rem mblrctl I wa w vas a 11tf rt neli neliinan UhJRan
I man a gentleman If you OU had hid h d a alirother at
t I Brother he would have hn n done the ruo suler ruotiring 1 11 11t
t t i tiring tiringA tlrin
1 A brother sntd Sftidthe the young girl girlAiHs girol girlAlua
l AIRS I bare Ita < none I ac alone 101H in intin Inworld Inr
r tin world If I had a friend She Shei lje ljethe h hrf
rf i tXdillPUlii atc atlatli the t word with a la hmJ hmJto I r > r rregard
to i o > > regard and mored nearer to his hisSome hi hibide hit hifnne
t bide bideI
cr Some m day re eplieU plkI the Cute < nRe y nlt u uw31 tyiIl
t I w31 have b n otij faithful and devoted devotedad deutlthen
ad then yati will m laugh at the < dosp ft ftItl a able aJ
J I y ble iKopip Itl who insulted you y OC You v illlie ill illlie iUF
F lie everything to him and ant except 1 pt his hishonor hisi hisbonor
i honor nothing flothln will he so dear to him himJSarb himr
r r JSarb neh 11 day ia each lt il hour your dear image imageii hnn hnnt imagef
t j I Tnt ii be present sent to him ami n he will willfiviablc willtnoIablc
1 fiviablc nt the sound ou l of your foot fooltcj fooltcjMVhAt t tWhat < p >
1 < What you say replied rtpli the COlt coitB conitgists
j 018 B tunes mn s my m blood move like burn burning hutaj ¬
4 i j ing tn lava through uty m veins A new s Sfn Sfn1me snitnent < n nJjment
Jjment 1me lt unknown till now prevents IHTII iu iulindiug Il Ilt Iryi
i t lindiug jft jll words to express what I feelt feel feelOil fCItJ
tJ t Oil what a lover I yl and how ho Iwppy will willbe wiUbe iH iHbf
be the life of one who loves you the lie liewill bcWill
I will br ill know neither envy nor hate You Youwill Y Vuwill n nI
I will be her god and her king andwiwn and andwhen tnl1J
J t when I you come to die shr will grieve grievefw ril > I
f i I fw you o for the sun of her lH > f life will willnave willr
r II nave set setThe sett I
r L j t = The duke du did not reply ivplyDisconcerted lptL I
1 L i i Disconcerted and mortified by his hisii si sihaice
u I 4 tutee sao arose Ceiehstadt took her herluind herr
ii I r luind i > nnd and Ircgged hc rc e her to be seated searedI
ti t I understand tUt r UJ1 your eu mJtion > Jtioii het he heW I
t I 1 + 1111 W 1 but 1 lid wish you to think that thatI thatloved t
° V I loved iu that manner Slit who pos possesses P 1 1j st s ¬
1 j sesses stS my heart is a humble child the thedaughter tll tllI thedaughter j
I daughter of a soldier s ldcr If you U move moveyour nmvyour I Iyom
your head you can c an see s e her h dwelling dwellingOne dWeUint
t i One morning in inltar May It tn this same wood woo wooI woodgavcher
= 1 gaveher my heart and I have never neverwithdrawn JUyervJthl1rnwn neverwithdrawn
withdrawn it Fortune 1 has separated separatedus
I us but in spite of obstacles 1 1 still love loveher Ionbvr loveher
her for sbe is simple and good andicr and nndherlofty mdc
herlofty icr c loftysou lot soul oul is the emblem of my lostl lost lostliYoncc lostlitcmcc
liYoncc liYonccThe litcmccTile l + nonce noncet
t The countess understood that the thebroken the1oltnh thebroken
broken hearts had b 1l been given to Colette Colettennd Colettemd
nnd the th coquetry she h had displayed displayedhad
l had beenwasted been t t a d tJ She bowed respect respectIully respectL respectTulle
L Tulle to t tb the duke ute and returned r to the thechateau tbef then
f n chateau to report to her protector the thewhip thetI
tI r i whip hlptrecko wreck of their hopes llop s I
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run VISION VISIONIt nstor 1ISitlIt
It Is whiter A cold storm growing growingiRercer growingtilttreer wla wlar
iRercer r and fiercer has broken < a over the theparti thepu1r thertt
parti rtt and gardens rdens ns of Schoabruna S The Thewind Tuewind luewind
wind bends the tb trees tears their theirbranches
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I 01 the th ancient lllci nt dwelling weUiu as a > > if it t would woulddestroy woulildestroy woulddestroy
destroy them In the th cliteiu lights lightsmay Mglitsmay ihts ihtsmay
may be seen borne orne hither and thither thitherby
by trembling hands han How different differentfrom differenttrom dilrerentfrom
from that spring evening when thepale the thepale thepale
pale light t of a students lamp shone shonefrom shonefrom shonefrom
from the th windows of the apartment of ofThe ofrIw ofThe
The Eaglet EagletThe EngletThe EagletlThe
The tempest without seems s rn5 to have havetaken ba havetaken YO YOtl1
taken tl1 n possession posS < StOI1 of the palace and m fill filled fincc filled ¬
ed cc it with consternation coastcrIi tiO 1 In the vast vastgalleries V1stgulleris vastgalleries
galleries the servant move > about in insilence hisilence insilence
silence Upon the marb tnarbltees steps lead leading lal1hag leadlug ¬
hag to the tll entrance m r old man stir surrounded snrrounded stirrounded ¬
rounded by priests and ntlendtuls a ad advances minCts d dvanees ¬
vances solemnly under und > I the flickering Plckednglights flickeringj flick rlng rlngllg
j light llg tts of the candle lDdl blessing bles ill those thosewho tllo thosewho e ewho
who kneel before him He is the arch archbishop archbis archbishop ¬
bishop bis oi of Vienna who has come to ad administer administl administer ¬
minister the last rites to one about to todie todie todie
die for that terrible victor death who whospares WllOspflrcs whospares
spares neither the great rrat nor the t11 hum humble bumble humble ¬
ble is about to enter ntc the chateau The TheDuke Thcula TheDuke
Duke ula of Reichsiadc whom at his hi birth birthhis birthhis birthhis
his father had named the king of ofHome ofHorne ofRome
Home in a few short hours will have haveceased l1a haveceased e eccased
ceased to live His hopes blasted blastedhis blastehis
his illusions dispelled he is content to iodie tollic todie
die At the bottom of the last page p1 e of ofhis ofllis ofhis
his history will be written the words wordsHe wordsuHe wordsHe
He never reignedPoor reigned reignedPoor reignedPoor
Poor exiled prince There was 1 but butone butone butone
one person to warm his cold heart and andshe andshe mds
she s e very young like 1i1 himself All 11 others otherswere othlRwere otherswere
were indifferent in UYlrcnt to him and to hi his ene enemies eneInies nc ncInies ¬
Inies his death would be welcome In Infact Intact Infact
fact since that memorable UlllUola l nigh when whenhe wl111be whcuhe
he returned to Schonbrunn aft a fitI < r hay having 111ing haying ¬
ing been betrayed L > traecl he had ha + l fallen iii no n a adeep aeep adeep
deep eep lassitude lIe could not long lon support sup support upport ¬
port a monotonous pxMence pxit tence > I1c and in inspite > n nspite nspite
spite of the eucouia cncotllwt1HI encot t nIeat caient of f Siivore Siivorein iJ < r rin
in spite of the tendci consolation con nla 1 iUII of ofColette ofColette ofColette
Colette he counted coun d th the < hours till his re release relek release ¬
lease A terrible malady rendered Hs Hshist i3 i3last falast
last days gloomy in the th extreme xtrcm It Itsat Itt Itsat
sat t iIKln j > on hi his > pillow iUow and uu deprived c1t him himof himof himof
of sleep ft J besieged lt > li ln rl without ces cessation ee eesation cessation ¬
sation It furrowed his hi cJtfok i and andchiseled andehietled andchiseled
chiseled deep cep wrinkles on his browand browandraining Jrowundraising brownndraising
raising the veil ell of the future it showed showedhim showedhhu bowtdllm
him dcttlh waiting w1iUn for tnrTo him himTo himro
To die so young ot1n after tCt l bavin dream dreamed ¬
ed < d of such a glorious destiny o illicit illicitlionor i ithslithonor th tt ttbonor
honor the son of the Kagie E1I an md < Ilaclct IlaclctAvithout Eul Iagletwithout t twithout
without wings win s far from his o oa u eyrie eyriein YTilin
in the land of the stranger IIis its mal malady mnln matady ¬
ady n y grows upon him every r3 day dn He Hebecomes HehccomeJ liebcconlea
becomes depressed efneS5l with the immensepalace immense immensepalace I Ipnluce
palace brother to the th < marble tomb In Inwhich 1nwhich inwhich
which tomorrow he will b be < laid 11 icl by bystrangers bystrangers I Istraugers
strangers If the sun would onh warm warmhim warnshim I
him with its rays If he could only on go goto goto I Ito
to the park to talk with Siivere to tolaugh toInugh tolaugh
laugh with Colette Ban this was 15 im impossible Impossible Impossible ¬
possible since it was winter The tlow tlowcrs tlowers lowers ¬
ers are gone and in the svci SHt tt t wood woodwhere woodwhere j jwhere
where his love for Colette wn was horn the fIlele theleaves j
leaves le ves are fallen chased by b the th < blasts blastsLike j jLike I IIJike
Like the trees his loc 5e d b 1 < spoiled of ofail ofall i I
all that made it t yonnir otm Under the thewind thewiml thewind
wind of evil years eus have 11a i la a < = sed sedyears sedyearsthat years yearsthat trs trstlmt
that counted couat double doubJeYesterday doubleYesterdty doubleYesterday
Yesterday in order to distract his lilsthoughts histhoughts hathoughts
thoughts he forced liitn ivlf < to read readHe readlIe rendIIe
He took up one by one ou tbuo ttw glorious gloriousbulletins gloriousiulietius dorioushulletins
bulletins where his father fat fu her on ouch ouchpage ashpit tch tchIRge
page pit a had inscribed ft vk vetor Itw ory Fie Fiecouid Hecould Iccould
could nut continue What good now nowthat nowthlt nowthat
that all was W ts over Then he grew grewweaker grewweaker r rwenler
weaker Thinking that < the lat tIltl nd had hadcome hulcoml Ilndcome
come the duke dul > e sent nt for 1 toz e two talth tithful talthful Llrll Llrllful
ful friends who had od d hi bis for fortune fnrtune firtune ¬
tune In his last inoaicius far from fromhis flQUI111s fromhis
his dear country tOnntr he wished t tf < > > think thinkby thintb thinkby
by b holding hoLl iu their hand tw ucl that t h he was wasdying1 wasdyingon wasdying
dying dyingon on the soil of Franci Frnevlilt FranciCut irmtButthe
Cut Butthe the storm iucreabes il1crc es and hi his < > ag agoar J JOI1 1 1ony
oar OI1 redoubles He bleep for a 1 moment mo moment m mmenl ¬
ment then suddenly suddlIll > awako 11 kf > Hieycs Hieycson II Ilk is ison eye eyeon >
on which death seems to have bt e cast castits castits 1stits
its dimness s become once more bright liriKhtand hri brightand H Hand
and his lips recover t their lost color colorColette cilorColette Ior IorCoIlttc
Colette and Siivere SilY re sustain him in intheir inthei intheir
their arms The voice or the I dukeloud duke dukeloud luleloud
loud anti penetrating i netr1tiu sounds forth in inthe inUI inthe
the UI silence of the night nl ht above alIO the thestorm t ton tstorm
storm on I
What hat marvelous spectnc spectacle h 10 my myeyes mye myeyes
eyes e lxbold iwrioltlThe lxboldTin l > bQld bQldTI
Tin TI fogs of winter have b n disappear disappeared Isnppetred ¬
ed forever and the t balmy air ai of o slri prine prinefloats rhtgoUs i iBoats
floats oUs over uy f I face ra caressing caressin res in my m hair hairI hrirut
ut I have had sad j i ilong
a dream n Co tu Low o olonff ow owlung
lung it lasted lastedI I lt l
I dreamed thai I wa sitlnorth sitlnorththat sad StH alone alonethat 1 1thft
that t I was a slave slaveI rln e ehI
hI I was chained to a rock beneath beneathwhich benenthwhich ILh ILhwhich
which the waves wa bear bearThe 1J beatThe at atThe
The sea recedIu receding left at my fe feet feetodious t todious todlons
odious monsters Inoa tcrs which seemed to mock mockme mockme mo ci cime
me powerless and disarmed disarmedThe c1I I1med I1medThe
The dream is finished A gigantic giganticeagle giganticeagle i tnjc tnjccngl
eagle < with outstretched wings de descended desccnded tiescended ¬
scended from the abyss of heaven u and
breaking my bonds chasing clmsiu away a 1 my y yenemies
enemies set me m e at liberty li crty
Since that blessed essl day tln how far 1
have traveled traveledIt
It seemed that tbatt a gentle hand guided guidedmy guidedmy ui l lIllr
my trembling steps stepsIn
In moments of repose ac a night on
the field the stars for
lamps bow of o f ¬
ten have I felt a caressing breath
fan fanning fanning nn nnning ¬
ning my brow browBut brownut browBut
But the t e end has ns come comeTue C CGnleThe UU UUuTuc
The old chateau ha bus tii
disappeared disaPpe la1l t ij
and m the th people P pl of France l ran e hare bo vc assem ¬
bled as though waiting for some me one
He whom they await a Is
myself the theson thesou theson
son of the Eagle EagleI
I feel my wings Hut v who > ho are these I
two wouira wom n who
are alkin walking at inv invside
side Silently they t Py advance a ance I remem ¬
ber one on day a young girl whom I had
loved lon > d told me that in winter
nights her hermother hermotber hermother
mother had read to her about the young
shepherdess who 110 was to deliver France Frmcerom
frpmjthc from rom the yoke of the stranger
It is she at my m right a aherdess Joan the shep shepherdess shepherdcss ¬
I herdessBut herdess herdessBut herdcssnut
But the otherwho is she Thecbild Thechild The Thechild
the theHuns theHuns theliuns
who stopped
child of the people
Huns and said to the conqueror Attila AttilaYou AttilaYon AttilaYou
You Shall go no farther She saved savedParis savedPlris savedParis
Paris from being bein pillaged pillagedSweet pillageSwt pillagedSweet
God Godsent Gods Godsent
Sweet flowers tIm Crl of the country
nnd the hand to con conduct eonIud conduct ¬
sent s < nt them gave
duct me m to him himHut himBnt himRat
Hut a black cloud clou covers the sky skyI
frozen in winter and andfrom Andfrum andfrom
I sec a 1 marsh
come toward me meOood 1DtGood meGood
from It serpents
Good Cod grant that they do not come comeupon Omeulwn
upon me meThey mcTlwy ineThey
They are t1 < gone goneOh goneOh ou ouOh
do remember remem remember lcmcmhcl ¬
Oh my dear ror Colette yon
ber those lleeting hours when we sat sattogether sa sattogether t ttoethl1
together under the stars starsOne starsI starsOne
One night we departed for the home homeof
I for forever forCyel forever
remain ¬
of God where we were IC to
of oflove ofloe oflove
the beautiful dream
ever to live on
love loveMy My Iy father awaits me and I must mustjoin musjoin mustjoin
for I Ilove Iloyc Ilove
join him but you will come too
love you on so well wellThe wellThe wellThe
The dream had ended The Eaglet Eagletwas
was as dead deadSiherc c1NltlSilH deadSilvers
Silvers SilH Ic restraining his tears left Co Colette Colette Colette ¬
lette to her grief and an drawing a tri tricolor tricolor tricolor ¬
color from a secret scel t drawer of the desk deskpiously dlslpiulJst deskpollsiy
piously covered the body 1Jod of the duke dukeIn dnltIn
In its folds blackened by powder powd r and nndtorn andtorn 10 1 1torn
torn by shot lietcbstadt was to sleep sleepforever sltpforcr sleepforever
forever carrying tarl3lugwith with him to his hi for foreicru forefn 01 01in
eicru < in grave a wm oUmtbing Hhing of his lost lo t coun country cenutry ouutry ¬
try tryAs As s th old soldier finished his task taskthe H1Skthe taskthe
the door opened oloe 1 softly On tb tbet < thresh threshold tluPSboM threshold ¬
old stood Metteruich l At the sight the thesoldier tbesoldieL thesoldier
soldier started and placed himself be before bcfore before ¬
fore the couth on which reposed lcpo el1 TheEaglet The TheEaglet 1luEtlglct
Eaglet EagletMonseigncur EtlglctH EagletMouseirneur
H Monseigncur he said your task is isfinished ist istinishecl
finished t < 1 You may indeed rejoice But Butdo Butdo Butdo
do not anger God by b remaining here hereDo l1ereDo hereDo
It is isFrance IsFrance IsFrance
Do you Ol1 see that kneeling woman
France who weeps Go Your pres presence prescnce presonce ¬
once i is < an n n insult to her woe woeTHE woeTIrE woeTILE
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the grounds roulld s nrc re
quarter 1 1InI1C and from cast to west half a amile nmile
mile The lie jrifemils t nnds are situated r in the thenorthern thenorthern thenorthern
northern par part of Buffalo and are eas easily easHr easily ¬
ily reached either direct or by transfer transferticket trlIlsferticket transferticket
ticket by nil the electric car ar lines constituting con constituting constituting ¬
stituting the citys perfect street rail railway railwn railway ¬
way wn system On the northern side are arethe arctl1e arethe
the trades of the New ew York Central CentralBelt CentmlBelt CentralBelt
Belt Line to which the 20 steam raitivays rail railways rtliIWly ¬
ways entering Buffalo will have ha e access accessduring accsdurin accessluring
during durin the Exposition The southern southernportion IDuthNnPOIlion n nmtin
portion p mtin of the rounds t is a part of Del Delaware DelntfC ¬
aware paware Park and rnl contains u lake of ir irregular irl irregular ¬
regular l uJtr shup more than half a mile milelong mileJOIl milelong
long JOIl indicated by tJ letter It on theground the theground tbegruund
ground plan This part I rt of the Expose Exposition Ex Exposetiou osi osition ¬
tion plot Is I already very t cautlful th thcity thcityof thcity < >
city cityof of Buffalo having spent many thousands thou thousands tbouuds ¬
sands uds of dollars in planting 1 > Jmtin shrubs shn1 s and andtrees andtrees andtrees
trees of many mnn rare species and In pro producing producing ¬
ducing 1 landscape Ju1l1 ln pc effect ftt cts that t bn t give ire to tothe tothe tothe
the eye a beautiful vista from rom every everypoint everypoint everypoint
point of view viewThe Yiewlhe viewThe
The main southern entrance of theExposition the theExposition heExposition
Exposition is on Lincoln Parkway in indicated indicltcd Indicated ¬
dicated by the letter A At the left u uyou ayou as asyou
you enter will be the beautiful Al Albright Albright Albright ¬
bright Art Gallery built of white < marble mar marble marble ¬
ble and costing r rThis upward of SloOOOO SloOOOOThis 3 OOOO OOOOThis
This is the gift Ift of a citizen of Buffalo BuffaloMr Buffalo31rJ1
31rJ1 Mr fr J T Albright and will be a per permanent perIDal1ent permanent ¬
manent fireproof building for public publicuses
uses devoted to art On the right i3 i3the i31l1e isthe
the beautiful new boathouse and shelter shel shelter shelter ¬
ter erected by the city of Buffalo BuffaloCrossing BuffaloCrossing BuffaloCrossing
Crossing the bridge between the lake lakeand lakeand lakeand
and the North Bay the New York YorkState YorkState YorkState
State building may be seen on the north northbank northban northbank
bank of the bay b1 This also is of white whitemarble whitemarbe whitemarble
marble fireproof and a permanent permanentstructure permauentstructure permanentstructure
structure It will be devoted de oted after the theExposition theExposition theExposition
Exposition to the uses of the Buffalo BuffaloHistorical 1 I I
Historical Society SocietyContinuing SocietvConUnuing SocietyContinuing
Continuing up the the slight grade across acrossthe lCroSithe acrossthe
the bridge we now come to the HAp Ap Approach Approach ¬ i
proach D where we get et the Srs Drsbroad first firstbroad > 5 5broad
broad view iew of the wonderful won erful group ofbuilding of ofbuildings otbuiJclin
buildings buiJclin devoted to the various ext ex exhibit ¬
hibit t divisions of the Exposition ExpositionIt
It I t will be e noted not d by reference to the theground tb theground
ground plan that the th buildings an angrouped argmupec1
grouped around a system of courts courtswhich
which have hn been aptly 1 > U described as a In Intho Inthe Inthe
the form of an inverted letter T e The Thetransverse Thetrtn Thetransverse
transverse trtn l > court corresponding to th thcross thrcross the thecrass <
cross of the T is the Esplanade capa capable capabIe capable ¬
ble of accommodating 230000 OOOO people peopleorth peopleNorth j jNorth
North of this corresponding with the theperpendicular thepe11elUlicul1r theperpendicular
perpendicular of the T 1 are the Court Courtt
f fof ItJ
of tJ t Fountains F and nnt the Plaza which 5
reach almost to the northern limits othe of ofthe o oI
I the grounds On either side of the theCourt tbeCourt theCourt
Court of Fountains are the subordinate subordinatecourts su jrdinlt jrdinltI
I courts known as the Court of Cypresses Cypressesand
and Court of Lilies These several severalcourts scveralcourts severalcourts
courts have a combined area of 33 33acres 33acres 33acres
acres which is far more extensive e t nsie than thanthe th thanthe n nI
the courts of any former exposition expositionand f xpositionantl
and on account t otmt of the th < umiMial mlllt lmi ana arvagreater na1C1tfr anagreater
greater 1C1tfr opportunity OPJl ltHlit i giv trivcn n f frr r da Jabo Jaborat daborat bo borat
rat md beautiful d IeC corui > ttti1 ttti1Iu I tti < i iIn IIll
In all the courts < OI1rt are to h ill large l lrg unnL lOfltlutll p unnLInto > oL oLIIt
Into IIt which wJl l b beautiful en Lltks tent > osnl < sal and d w ttO ttOlerfuf n nlerful nlerftt1
lerful fountains wiii thrmv tit thn w hell cry crysil crymltrcnrlls rysII
mltrcnrlls II il M < roams To the water features featureswill fttnrtwill
will bo added add the tlJ garden tl fn cfr lvis t fiese flesewill fiesewill t twill
will tniupriiHi oH1nit t ill r1e inrge ltr In rge t sunken sunit garden gardenwith gardenswith rdn1l rdn1lwith
with forum beds of rare and 1Ot beautiful beautifuliiowoix ilttmluIllowI beautifulflowers
flowers llowI ai t anti Utl d many plants of f a highly highlydeeoiith hilyOlj
deeoiith clec Olj urIiiVi I ht fhamctfr wll v II h x displi dipJJJ dipJJJthrotJnu dl playcii playciitllroegl > fi fithrousl
throusl throtJnu i nf tin court < Tho grmmIs grmmIsoutjjclo gru rroturlsoutside ln h j joutitle
outside the main group of buiiUiugi buiiUiugian
an also to be richly richl > adonuvl tdornt l with hor horticultural borticultuml horticultural ¬
ticultural and floral featmvs feat tu isIhehor isIhehorticnltural TheUor TheUorticultural lIl bore boreI
I ticultural exhibits to which l1j11 about t scv scvj scvCll s v veu
j en acres arc devoted in the southern southernpart onthcrnItlt
1 part of the grounds will contributemuch contribute contributemuch
much JUut > h to the decorative effect In this tJixhiblt thiseXltibft
1 1exhibit exhibit will be over x00 ri 00 O beds many mnll of 0 0I othen
1 them containing hundreds of plants of ofL
i L L single il1 le variety 1rict of fotverThe llowers 11UWI5The
1 The exterior walls of o all the build buildings buidIng buildIugs ¬
ings of f the Imposition EXIU itioll are to be b of ofI
I staff All 11 cornices corners cornels window windowopenings wlniwopenlua tJW tJWJ
openings and J entrances tltrnl1 < c HIM nt receiraijc receiraijcvcr nce i Tm Tmyer R Rvery
vcr very ehibomu tL borate adoristneut in mo mtl mod01 mod01pltalc l d dpl t tpJ
pl pltalc > tlc work flrI This ornanicntatiun is i iof iI
I I of a 1 far more elaborate and intri Intrii se jr jrcharacter I
I II i character than heretofore nswl o l on any myesUsiiton
I exposition Till i hi roofy of all th ahe Tmfl TmflingH pill t
1 ingH 11g4 an n to bt of red UK till nird ra tn nutr nutrI of ui rtj T
j I walls ar Dfe to bv paints l1nh is in harai haraiettlMis hruJI ha rru rruea >
ettlMis ea is I giving aliit ip a 1 inoi 1lJ j 1 a resin t in t rfltt ffi kd t t rThis tI ttL
I tb ty cy7hts tyThis
This E lIniiH viil lil l Mantt sl > tan nd i p pt ptneat ni niwent ml1eHf
went it pont p g oint < int of oric urLgib r L1i it vajp Stl s ptttrr ptttrrThen un unTb
Th Then r will be store tbi tkm 12T 1 > grotii s of ofmagTilics ofl ofsnagd1h
magTilics l nntielflt itti > nt nricti i works S1 9rk by byor II nor t
or ni nWt r Amnrh A mPl mcrhnn nn sculptors of n nal rw rwThis ntIris
This Iris rianl iH sehetne hm i is mtltr r Ut the i ial MarS1 MarS1fll
al direction of Earl Litter l WM It tvss tvsseharjn s la lachin u ucllr
eharjn chin r t of f a shJ r wtrk WtJku at the V Jr JrCohmum 1 JV JVColumbian f fColulnbiaa
Columbian Exi Ex osiioii OS > iou at ft hit o oOwing oOwil uOwing
Owing Owil to tho Inarn nearness of ofFtll ofFalb Xav XavFalls >
Falls with Its unlimited rower wei 4IIP 4IIPlarge teltigt H
large 11 r L of the
courts and tile ar arrangcttient arrangelettt It ItllngHIU
rangcttient If < if the builUlngs about Ituit tho thocourts thtcomt <
courts it hs tfon mado possible r O i iblt to topresent topresent n npresn
present an clrctriea display IY far tl i < IdauorHl jre jredaoorau srevIauortte
daoorau anti grand than ny teior teiorconeeivwl btJrtcoueinl tiefurtconceived
conceived Smut orm > JI 0 horsepower and andmoiv nu1mOl andmore
mOl than llt n 2iWoou Incandescent < lnt electriclamps electric electriclamps llet t tlami
lamps will be h employed in inthis this Yond Yondrnt 19011 19011fnl r rfnl
fnl illumination The ifZiterpiejt oJ oJthis G
this d di > play will iU t h > e the Electrk lev lever cw cweM ¬
er t a structure of superlative tul rlth lnAiy lnAiystanding hta 1ctatanting 7 7standing
standing Iwtwwn the tb Plaza nnJ r3 r3Court r3Court 3 3Court
Court of Fountains This gtorions glbriomdeslntd gltrousdesigned TCTJU
designed b John Galen Howard H ward wt is isg5 I
370 3 iVet 11 bi hil i Jn its s siiern < them fn rar 1f 1fa a < H Ha ia
a butifl l titl raT 3 arace Te > ft fet tut t w v asd asdTo a t1 t1it i iit
To it feet f H high h b falling Iiing upon a tcrraied irrracedlpae tcrraiedbasp ttlftltJblip
blip This cascade ein atl aid all tb the < > rueD fountaiiis rueDtains fotntaiss
taiiis of all the courts < onrt will be richly li
luiuinatcd d at night in a great variety varietyof arIetyot
of colors giving an effect of fantastic fantasticand
and enchanting beauty beautyStanding beautyStanding beautyStanding
Standing In the Fore Court B and nn nne
e t I l i t h
looking north immediately In front 13 lathe 13the
k kTrInm
the Triumphal TrInm p pwill haI Bridge G T This i bridge brWgawill brld 9 9wIll
will be one on of the most beautiful work workaof workof
of the Exposition having b four great greatpiers greatsurrounded fftt ffttners
piers Interssculptured surrounded and surmounted by bysculptured bjsculptured
sculptured groups modeled by Mr Bit Bitter Eittel ¬ t tter
ter and others Crossing lb tbfa bridge bridgeve bridgemay e eye
ve may see on the eitretoe e trews tre right tho thothrre thothr Ibothree
three thr C great buildings bunU J4 rrect ffjflf1 d t j tke tmenatona tkenational Qenatonallornmbt
national natonallornmbt 1 government for th sultrr sultrrIts < Itr tr r rits tI tIIts
its extensive cxtcD h exhibts xhibt t gathcf d fr from m all alldepartment aftdfpartmenu alldepartments
department Ou the extreme lxU m left lefttbe arethe are arethe
the Forestry F rlsu and Mines U Urt listrticuitmr listrticuitmrand rticutt eult eultand re reand
and Graphic Art building At tne t1enorth tnenortb tenortn
north ast t corner corD r fit f tin E EqplaDaJp plana li > mmA mmACourt 11CuUt aaaliCuntt
Court cf otfbuihing Fountains Is II the th t Kthooiop Kthooiopbuilding Etla EtlabuilfHn
building anti on the tb oppoitp r IfrDPr > rnr te tethe Isthe fathe
the Tfraple E raple of r Mu Musk Iu > lr N gloat st t north 0lf11ath ott ottth e ethr
th right i is > the Munufactnres Ullnutnf tores and Ltt tOhntl Ltterul 11Nml >
erul ml Arts building and on fn the left n tike tikeMachinery tJI tJII theMachinery
Machinery I ehn ry nnd au + t Transportation lran pocbtUoA lroiltlhe fNrihK fNrihKIn Idie Idiefnt fx fxt
In tug North of ofth the tb t Mall on the = riefct r dtt is istbo i3th
tbo th Agriculture building and oa the tkelefc dltIfft the1tft
lefc the Electricity building In tins tinscentfr tJl tJlccntfr ttttth ttttthcenter
center is the Electric Tower < r In the thenortheast tJIenortheast thenortheast
northeast corner of the th ground Is tfce tfceStadium tltcStadium th thStadium
Stadium with Its large hlr entrain ntra b 1MIIIItJ 1MIIIItJJn iWu iWuJng
ins Jn insthe Z Opposite on the we Wht t 1 title 9t 9ttbc ettlu i
the Plaza is I 4 1 1Midway the larsrr Jall t fntran < r to toMidway tie ttkeMidway
Midway On the north is the thelaa tb 1 1l Pr Prltra
laa l a or r monumental entrant serf awiyond a8dnnd 1 1yond
yond nnd this the great r t building but Irtitly t wt reeeMly NUfll NUflllr
ly r found flnd to be necessary D f 11 for tan traupol traupoltatUJD transportatt pot pottatiun
tatt tatiun n exhibits and forming a part pIIItbs parttbs of ofthis
tbs the fh splendid spl ndid railway t 8t3ttn Tuo Tuonew Tw Twnew Twinew
new building one on devvttl levot i t tLurjr tLurjrproducts L1a tlariproducts ri riproou
products proou tJ and th the other to t ar lfultonl t ultnml icuttnrMmachinery > ultnmlmachinfry
machinery are Ixing bt ing erected but bothown Mfi Mfishown asfshown
shown in the plan The live liy stock dig digplay dteplay >
play is east of f the Manufactures mUH aaltiULiberal mUHLiberal
Liberal Arts building In laeastern the t e Moot Mooteastern trottingeastern
eastern part of the grounds are re the theState IkState tiroState
State and nn Foreign F reign bulldlu buildlnga a the S SIx SIxNlltiO1S SzNatioas r rNations
Nations Indian exhibit the PlfIIJ PlfIIJpines PhfI1lirpfues Pftftt Pftfttpines
pines Ordnance and Forestry Ior try exhJMfis exhJMfisThe e exbil JalIsThc 4c 4cThe
The exhibits e bibits to be made at the Pang TnuAmerican PangAmerican U UAmericau
American Exposition embrace every ererjline e1erJline everyline
line of human effort They bare beenclassified been beenclassified beeuclnssHiet1
classified as follows Electrical EI ctrfcnl Machin Maehinery Machinery Maeblnery ¬
ery and nd Appliances Fine I lne Art rti Paini PainiIng PaInt10lng Palnt1lug >
lug Sculpture and Decoration Graph Graphic
ic c Arts rts Typography Lithography LithographyDrawing IfthornplJjDrawln LithographyDraft
Drawing Draft in Engraving and Bookbinding BookbindingLiberal BookblndlnLiberal BookbindingLiberal
Liberal Arts Education Engineering EngineeringPublic En EngineeringPublic neerID neerIDPublic
Public Works orks Hygiene and Sanitation SanitationConstructive SawtntlonConstructive SaultatlonConstructive
Constructive Architecture rcbit cturr Music and andthe andthe andthe
the Drama Ethnology EthnologyAgriculture Arcbaeok ArchlPOiogy ArchlPOiogyAgrlcuJtur gr grAgriculture
Agriculture Foods Foo s and andAgricultural AceeisrIe AceeisrIeAgricultural ccel rl rlAgrlculturd
Agricultural Machinery Y1chl ry and andments JapIL JapILments lapkmeats
ments Dairy Products and Appfhuwtss AppfhuwtssHorticulture AppliattlettsrHorticulture ppUIUIftISHorticulture
Horticulture Viticulture Floricvifww FloricakossLire FloricvifwwLive Flenc FlencLive
Live Stock Horses H t5 CattK attic Shaipv ShaipvSwine s sSwn SbepSwne
Swine Poultry and Pet I t St tok fJestry Ywentry For Forestry ¬
estry and Forest Products li i4 i4Fish + bedS nertaFish bedSFish
Fish Products rrodo ts end Apparatus M au auand Ilfieeaand M Mand
and Metallurgy l1 Machlurry SI1II M SI1IItures > aai fac factores e etares
tares IatihaY4 luilv ays VoseK VCo If Vehicles Vehiclesnauce 1 hichos Oftio OetAaannce Oftionanee
nauce exhibits from states and andtri aDdtoofes cc cctoles
tri toofes s of the western 1est m hemisphere hemisphereOne mbpbrftODe
One of the clncf archilcrtnrnl archilcrtnrnltures ks kstures
tures at the PanAmerican PsnAm rIcaD Expoaitteu Expoaitteuwill Expo ExpoeitIwill l ol olwill
will be the splen splendid Iid Temple of Ueuit UeuitThis M MThis Ie IeTbfs
This will be the center t tf1 for mnslcat mnslcatterests Dln Dlnterms Its Itsterests
terests at the th great AllAmrrlcaa AllAmrrlcaaposition Ag lb lbposition ICxposition
position Music lovers will willwend oara oarawend nattuatrill nattuatrillRend
wend their way to this t building buildingsoon buUdi YW1 YW1soon veer veersoon
soon after arrival upon the theand t e gnaw grotlttaand tt ttand
and both here and from the thestands Ii Iistands Mtatlstands
stands in the great Espteaaide Espla aad h hthe MI MIthe 1 1tho
the Plaza they will m Ilhl1 always find ao assw M
t entertain entertainment men t ia progress whkh bi will willappeal wflllI
I appeal to their love lu l of n DaI4t DaI4ti anslcis2 uf < > l art artThe Msi
i The Music tJ uric Temple i = well 11 ak ng W Wward 110 110i >
i ward war completion cOlUpl tJoll Its It arch architecture r I tptaft tot tor Is a ftfree afrte afree
free treatment trntm nt of the Spanish pafsbI fesit fesitI Itmaili Itmailisanee
I sauce it being be > iD octagonal tao hi form tunanil wilapttTItioms wMfc wMfcpavilions
pavilions nil mOD at the corner rs The T gnuMl grarilentrance gnuMlentrance II IIntrdDce
entrance is at the tb comer of the t tpI1nad 1Mptanade Hhv Hhvplanade
planade an ani < l Court Hurt of Fountain JuDta JuDtai > hs hsspacious MI >
i spacious aCiOM court = upon whkh whkhtbo wbkht ttert d dthe
the t principal buildings of toe toetiou Es EsI 1Ytpei 1Ytpeitteie
I tion have their frontage The Theund TheI < tteie
I und halutrtd aIu trade art of elaborate elaboratesition elllr rnte t6pr t6prSiUOD rnuapsitfon
sition the latter bearirft ntmr familiar familiarto r rto
to the musical world wor i The lh Interior aft mffthe aftt
the temple temI It win m IK particularly lrU < ularl fin a ft ftIts hi hitta 1111Its t
Its sculptural awl au 1 collar contiam leeotatIaalaThe f OIIItThe contiamThe
The exterior of the btrilfltng win winornate wi lttI lttIornate
ornate iu urrhttrrtural unhi ttlund feature f t soak MHllgroup soakgroups 11
group rou of sculpture 5olpt 11 tk Ieigned itcned i D Dtrate to totrate lt Ue Uetrate
trate the th pnrp pnrpcs i > anal character of ofbuilding ofbuild ttbP ttbPbuilding
building build I1 A dvuie d Ul whose W b crown ie iei iefeet iIIf iIIffeet 1 1J 1Jfeet
feet above nooTelrnd grade and wtoae whit tntvrtor tntvrtorbriillant St 1 k kbrilliant < 1 1rUUant
brilliant with golden > u tints and aiidrich otter odMwrieb otterrich
rich hues gives hes nu imposing lfin flnfeh idt lt u uthe >
the structure Star shaped windows wintJ wsl wslthe hi hithe kthe
the drum of the dome admit abwodniw abwodniwlight alMtodnltClight absandniright
light to the large lar e auditorium rn This will willseat wtlllscnt Wiltseat
seat 1200 l OO persons and with the adilt adilttionri ft61dltim addbtioc
tionri tim sentins salacity affnnled In litbflko tJtt tJttbakoales th thbalconies
balconies bflko es fully fnU LOOO OUO persons e18 R can IIi IM ne neconifnodattd U UconHJlOtIh aecommotllted
conifnodattd The decomttoo of otintcrior she t1Ninterior sheinterior
interior will illustrate anrh st ssbjeete ject MP rtrnthe MPthe 118tht
the grand grlO die tlhislD L isi I > npt n of MirOo MirOoGrand tratlsiIs tratlsiIsGrand Ora OraGrmd
Grand Opera mphonL S > m bftnk Mosfe MosfeThe 1ttske 1ttskeThe a etr etrThe
The sculptor will ill typify plt such suchas Ia Ias sabjeeie sabjeeieas
as s religious rl1i iou tuusic lyric IJriflDusi iuw4e mir c cmusic gP7 gP7music
music < h heroic > roic moslc mt lc etc etcThe etcThe fc fcThe
The gnat n1U organ for the T Temple rnple > of ofMusic HtMosie ofMusk
Music which is i to cost < 1 10t 0 H I ti uu uuier UIIder utttier
tier < constmition l by y tluitnou tuwow > Ilvtinn Ilvtinndr li v nr nrSon trIn >
dr Son auJ aD already tb tbtrr rr U i niteagerness iu nit fUUteag 4 4eagornes
eagerness eag rn > among amun the Ib leading JlDg ortptnist ortptnistof orc n nof DI6 DI6of
of the Uniti United ti States to bay > the t tlege prlege pn pntege +
lege of playing npuo It duria + f fposition th M Mpositon UK UKposition 1l
position Two recitals by byexponents b pre rNt rNtexponents J Jexponeuts
exponents of this branch bran h of ofart ofart aaeek1111 aaeek1111art
art will be given 11t each en h day dsjt t CIlJII CIlJIIby UtL1S UtL1Sby
t by T the leading len ing instrumental instrumentaltioas iDstnl nal naltJons otgtuitrit otgtuitrittions
tioas of America anti Europe Europeglen IEuro a wM wMgiven wMIgiven
given every day during the th procmm pruRrtn01 pruRrtn01the If Ifthe f fthe
the Kxpoltiou 1 in tin Uati Uatiand T Tand Te Teand
and from the tJ band stands ita In a the theEsplanade t tEsplftDtde IIMsi IIMsiEsplanade
Esplanade and other part of OIlgrounds tfct tfctgrounds fMgrounds
grounds In connection with th t tject a eli elijest B Bject >
ject of music at the i PAIDeIIaIII n America Ktr Jbpositiou IIttposition Ktrposition
position mention should t tthe be > r rtlJe t ± 01 01the
the notable attnictioan to m mto mtMlc mtMlcto mew a wPI5 wPI5to
to be prodded at the great greatof t Maeeoaerfaf Maeeoaerfafof C Cof
of the North America Ataerkaawhich Americawhich kllllfli kllllfliwhich
which will open in liuffafo on onevening may mayevening La Laevening
evening June 2 iJ J luoi luoiNo 1001No 11101No
No feature of the Ian laajposition 1 1position Aaaedeae It Itposition
position will be of more moretitan JIIttfttlwa tmpeiftret tmpeiftretthan
titan the exhibit f lbla of mines minesCoetm 18M asd t sllF sllFtcoatirtttt
< tcoatirtttt Coetm r < L1 Joa oa pap papW o tr 7 7We i iWe
We W have added teW a he hrtir rw to todertakihg oar 1iMt 1iMtdettaking A Afiepartmeot
dertakihg fiepartmeot aDd aDdl el W i fe feto M Mtteagel
l tteagel ue to serve rT the eitizmtof r M Mand tai taiand
I Iaud
and Alachun rotitien < Cutl and our ourruuuity ollrm1u asiu1i asiu1imuztity
ruuuity m1u t at u u very ry u uS JlNMJi9na utoderatsS utl utls
S II a BIf BrtNji Jltt A 1iC 1 JlJ f 0i t flw flwJ I
1 3 3Rt Mltlnr1tJmiIIile l Rkte t tam lP i iaM ha
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