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ORIGINAL RINGLING SHOW.
Yankee Robinson Made the Present
The Ringling Bros., In an inter
view in New York in April of this
year, made the statement that they
owed their sucess to the greatest of all
showmen, Yankee Robinson. For
two seasons the Ringling show endea
vored to pilot their show on the seaof
circusdom. But met with disaster each
time and wended their way back to
Baraboo. Finally Yankee Robinson &
Rinaling Bros. Show made a sucess.
This continued for some time, finally
Yankee Robinson and the Ringling
separated. Today these two mam
moth shows continue to rule the world
of circusdom, and each one is credited
with having the best circus perfor
mance and menagerie carried with
tented organizations. Both shows
are still on friendly terms, each one
contented with the territory alloted
them each season. The only possiole
fricton between the two big shows is
during the winter months when some
big foreign act is desired by each
show The Yankee Robinson Shows
has the Ringlings tested this regard
naving formed an alliance with the
great vaudevillo interests of the coun
try and having the only high-class
vaudeville house operated on the big
circuit. However, the early friendship
of these two shows is so strong that
Ringlings are loaned many features
not desired by the Yankee Robinson
Shows for instance, the Patty troupe
now the big feature of the Ringling
show, was exhibited by the present
management of the Yankee Robinson
shows two seasons prior to the Ring
ling engagement. Both shows are
better equipped than ever this season.
There is no truth in the report that
both shows have combined for the
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"One swallow does not make a sum
mer'" neither does one comedian make
a minstrel show.
Managers of the old school used to
content that one real actor and fifteen
or sixteen ''sticks" and a band of ten
pieces was sufficient for a minstrel
show, and that the public would accept
them. History proves the truth of
their contention, for the^public did
accept such arganizations whethei or
not the public were satisfied is a ques
tion open to argument.
But there have been vast changes in
the last few years. The day of the
one-man show is over. The public de
mand a company of uniform excellence.
Mistakes are to the wise man but
stepping stones to success. The man
agement of Richards & Pringle's Fa
mous Georgia Minstrels were the first
to realize that if minstrelsy was to
thrive and flourish radical and impor
tant changes were necessary. Such
changes called for the outlay of a con
siderable fortune, but time and results
have testified to the truth of their con
viction. This company stands today
the acknowledged leader in this
branch of the amusement business,
and no well-informed student of the
stage will challenge this statement.
They travel in their own palace cars
and number 40 people. Twelve come
dians of real reputation vie with each
other in the fun makiag. There are 20
trained singers, a double sextette of
nimble dancers, seven big vaudeville
acts and a band of 25 pieces, that is
the best ever.
The date of this company's appear
ance at the Turner Theatre is Sunday
Evening May 28 a brilliant Street pa
rade will be given at 3 o'clock, in the
afternoon and an open-air concert in
front of the Dakota House at 9:30 in
A new lot of stamping
also patterns for stenciling
beads, flosses, everything in the line
of fancy work. MRS. E. J. BUEHRER,
407 N.State St.
Some Interesting Facts about
The sales of a really popular song
run up into the thousands, and the
lucky authors revel temporarily in the
wealth it brings them. Jerome H.
Remick.& Co. have had as many as
six of these songs selling at one time.
This is a remarkable record, but to
have one writer furnish four of them
seems almost a miracle. Percy Wen
rich, oje of our youngest song writers
has again demonstrated his ability to
strike the popular fancy by his latest,
"WE'VE KEPT THE GOLDEN
Founded, as it is, upon the oldest
and greatest principle of moral philo
sophy, the lyric goes as straight to
the hearts of the music- loving multi
tude as does the tuneful melody.
A sentiment similar to that of "OLD
GRAY BONNET" pervades this song
and voung and old will benefit by its
When songs like "WE'VE KEPT
THE GOLDEN RULE," become po
pular, the world is getting better.
When we were playmates together,
In all sorts of weather,
I would whistle for you as we trot
along to school.
Through the green fields we'd ramble,
And watch the lambs at gambol,
And we've always kept the Golden
Why so many songs and poems
have been written about dreams is a
question that has never been definitely
settled, still, every new song on the
subject that has literary merit and a
pleasing melody meets with public ap
proval. '.THE VALE OF DREAMS,"
a new song by Chas. E. Baer and
Johann C. Schmid, is at present very
popular in New York and Boston.
In fact it was in Boston that it first
attained popularity, by its rendition
at a Boston Conservatory concert.
A young contralto made her debit
and instantly became famous by her
rendition of "THE VALE OF
DREAMS." It is really a high-class
ballad, and far above the average po
pular song. The publishers, Jerome
H. Remick & Co., have of late years
devoted considerable money and
energy in trying to raise the standard
of popular songs, and "THE GAR
den of Roses," by the same compo
sers, also a high-class ballad, has
actually outsold any of the popular
songs in their catalogue.
Musical taste is improving and
while the people still love the rollick
ing songs of the vaudeville stage,
they welcome the better class of songs
in their homes. The first part of
"THE VALE OF DREAMS" opens in
a minor key, leading up to the refrain
in major. Mr. Bert Sheridan, of the
celebrated Rolfonians, is singing this
song nightly to big applause.
Meet me in the vale of dreams, by
the summer sea
There love's star forever gleams, dear
Gleams for you and gleams for me.
There our hearts will find repose,
'Neath the moon's fair beams.
Meet me there beside the rose,
In the vale of dreams.
2,000 MEALS A DAY
Enormous Task to Feed People
Yankee Robinson Shows.
One of the interesting sights of
circus day will be "to observe the
working of the commissary depart
ment of the Yankee Robinson Shows.
This department is under the supervi
sion of Mr. Daxis, who has the en
ormous task of getting ready over 2,
000 meals a day for the employees of
the show. At breakfast, dicnar and
supper he* feeds 65) people. Seven
cooks prepare each meal and twenty
five flunkies, or waiters, serve the
meals to the circus employees. Ov
er 1,400 pounds of meat are shipped
from the packers daily and 700 loaves
of bread are consumed daily with the
Breakfast is ready for the canvas
men, hostlers and working people
forty-five minutes after the cook house
wagons are placed on the lot. Break
fast is over at nine o'clock in the
morning, dinner is served at eleven
thirty and supper at five p. m. After
supper the wagons are loaded and
taken to the cars where they leave on
the first train at eleven p. m.
To feed properly the employees of a
large show is considered one of the
wonders of the age and it is well worth
the time of the visitor of the show to
go the dining tent and observe how it
An Appeal to Mr. Speeder.
A timely appeal to the reckless
automobile driver is published in the
Stanley (N.D.) Sun. The article is
published below as it readily applies
to local conditions also. We quote:"
"Say, Mr. Auto Speeder, back up.
If you don't have any regards for the
city ordinance, have a thought for
that flaxen haired girl or boy that be
longs to your neighbor. If you still
persist in indulging your present ap
petite for speed in the city limits,
some day you'll awake from your
lethargy and find that your cruel
machine has stamped out the life of
your neighbor's child and blighted
the home that can never be reconciled
to the loss of that sweet hallo of child
hood. Perhaps you have a child of
your own? Yes. Well, how would
you feel if you got a hurry-up mes
sage to come home, and when you get
there you find your wife in tears, the
calm surgeon bending over a colorless
heap of bleeding clay that was once
the pride of its dad's heart. You
wait perhaps for days and weeks for
the sad, sweet tremulo of that little
pulse to come back to normal and
then you wonder why people think so
little of a human life.
For the sake of yotir own wife and
child, Mr. Bubbler, go slow. The
ordinance says you must go slow,
but we do not wish to invoke the or
dinance. We appeal to your own
manhood and the love of the home
that every manly man is ready to re
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Minneapolis, May 20—Wheat—July,
96%c, Sept, 9iy
On track—No 1
hard, 99%c, No 1 Northern, 97%®
99%c, No 2 Northern, 95@97%c, No.
3 Northern, 92®95%c
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, May 20—Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No 1 hard, $1 00% No
1 Northern, 99%c, No. 2 Northern,
96%@97%c, May, 99ftc, July 99M,
@99%c Flax—On track and to ar
rive, $2 45, May, $2 45
St. Paul Live Stock.
St Paul, May 20—Cattle—Good to
choice steers, $5 50@6 00, fair to good,
$5 00® 5 50, good to choice cows'and
heifers, $4 50(3)5 25, veals, $4 00@6 00
Hogs—$5 70@5 90. Sheep—Wethers,
$3 50@4 50, yearlings, $3 75@4 75
spring lambs, $4 50@5 75
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, May 20 —Wheat July,
88%c Sept., 87%c, Dec, 89%@89%c
Corn—July, 51%c Sept, 52%c, Dec,
51c. Oats—July, 33%@33%c Sept,
33'ic Dec, 34%@35c Pork—July.
$14 55, Sept, $13 97@$1400 Butter
—Creameries, 16 21c dairies, 13®
18c. Eggs—12%@15c. Poultry—Tur
keys, 12c, chickens, 13c, springs, 22
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 20—Cattle—Beeves,
$510@6 45 Texas steers, $4.60@5 60
Western steers, $4 80@5 60, stockers
and feeders, $3 90@5 75, cows and
heifers, $2 40@5 70 calves, $5 00@7.
25 Hogs—Light, $5 80@615 mixed,
$5 80@6 10, heaw, $5 60@6 05 rough,
$5 60@5 75, good to choice heavy, $5
75@6 05 pigs, $T 65(36 10 Sheep—
Natne, $3 25(&4 80, jearhngs, $4 60®
5 60 lambs, $4 7506 90
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