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AÑO XX NUM 7.02 S
SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO DOMINGO 5 DE JUNIO DE 1910
OFICINA ALLEN 64. ,
THRKB tboosatid miles from tb
lobster palaees ln New York'
Lobster Square ls a llttle Ave
acre truck farm. It ls ln California
and til nearest town ttaat has a res
taurant ln lt ls celled Borle Helghta.
Eut oven the Boylo Helghts restau
rant ls a tortymüe drlv . from the
truck tarín ln queation, and whlle lt ls
strong oa ham and eggs, ,tbe nearest
lt can come to a lobster la ln eans.
The ehoea of the Great Whlte Way
éo not cross the desert and the ooly
ound oí revelry by nlffht ls when
orna hllarious cowboy, rldlng home
from the Helghts, punches the atmos
phere íull of holes with hls Colt re
volver. Thls is not a descrtptlon of scenery.
It 1 lnteresting beoause lt ls the en
Tlronmeut ln whieh Harry Rhein
atrom once multl-mllllonaire explot
an t of Clnclnnatl, son of the widow
of. Brewer Rhelnstrom. who ls worth
about $20,000,000 Uves wlth Mrs.
Rhelnstrom, who was the very beautl
ful Edna Loftus, an Engllsb. actress,
and one of the falrest frequenters of
the lobster palaees of New York.
Young Mr. Rhelnstrom loved Mlss
Loftus. After varloua vlclsaltude.
amono; whlch wai Mr. Rhelnstrora's In
caroeretáen ln a sanitarlum by hls rela
tlres and a subsequent herotc rescuo
by Mlss Loftus, he aucceeded ln mar
rylng her. After that lt was farewell
ta tebsLerhood. Mr. Rhelnstrom was
Now he ls makln hls own llvlng
by tlllling the stubborn solí íorty
miles from Beyle Helghu ln California,
and Mr. Rhelnstrom ls doLng chores.
pluoklQg ehlefcens for , Mr., h'n
trotn'a supper, sweeplng statrs. crwtíl
... Mag - Ooasa and. geaeraliy actla toe
part of a real pioneer' wlfo.
All of whlch wfculd go to ehow lt
seems, the Increaalrrg nnpopulairtty
and- the. lack of VtaDlltty ln the oaoe
famousland profltabl ocoupatlon of
choru glrl marrlages to milllonaires'
sons. Yet, oddly enough, to, Mr.
Rhelnstrom seems to tfcrlve beyond
the bardshlps of a ploneers Ufe. and
Mrs. Rhelnstrom ls far roaler and pret
tler than sha ever was as a age
Lobster Square ls sltuated ln New
Tork, ln the heart of the VThite LIght
dislrtct It ls beunded on toé aoath by
Fortleth stret; Ha northarn border Une
la Central Pars Us weslern Klghlh ave
nue. lta eastern Flf th avenue. and lt U so
named because very nlght 10,l00 pounds
of lobster are ooneumed by he after
theatre orowds. The brilllant streams of
aumanlty wlch appear at the doors of
the New York playhouaes divide lnto
maller rlvulets and eter the refec
torios where the enormous streams of
lobster harmontae wlth thelr meral and
mental complexión. AU of thls vlvldneas
has glves Lobater aquare lt rWld ñame
It was there that young Mr. Rhelnstrom
mt Edna Loftus. She was a very fa
meua Bnllsh beauty, who was bom ln
America. She made a sacces la Kng
land ln that happy oompoaMlon called
-Xa Rala Deare." She waa succesalvely
raported engaged to Jlnuny Brttt, the
prlze Oghter and Norman Dnnibarton.
son of Lord Dumbartoa, of Maochester.
Somewbere betweeo th aro of prtte
flghter and noblecnan Mies Loftuss tru
afieortona centred. Comtog to New York,
she met young Rhelnstrom. At once she
racognlsed that he was the proper centra
II vu a case of love at ftrat signe Th
lobster palaces saw them every mght.
la Uve dará he nad spent 5.000. and
Misa Loftus recelved it all tn dlnnera
and aupper. ln glíts of Mra and Ucea
Sh promlsed to marry htm. W.
athelnstrom's telagram o hls mother out
I Ctoctanatl notlfylcg her of tuH mo
sarateoa fact was greeted wlth much
jira. Rbelnetroin, trie older. however.
fcaln dlptomaC told Harry to coro out
fcame. Misa Loftus aocompanled Wm. As
sjaoB as the young mas arrtved ln Cln
Inaatl he was placed ander eonflnement
an4 hls motlier'fcegsa looaey proceedings
Mlaa Latina, tiowevec, was determlned
tkat bar levar shouM not ba ptaosd ln
M insM asrytum. Wnen th cas was
aatltad batora Judga Waraer. Clnclnnatl
Cawt Beose, Mr. Rhelnstrom. through
hls Uttl aetresa, waa svbla ta prov hls
aanlty. Ha abvwed no seaentment toward
bis mother for bar svetíoo. Ttiey fclased
oh aUMtsueMrt anl rara very fricad
ly Usa LoCtaa, bawaver, waa not
tied by ha Rbelastsonia. Kevertbelaea
ber testlmeny was a pertlnent tkat toe
atrasa ewept a way
from the eouru
ber aon 1i
Mlss LoK.tt rwept
sut la anoiaer
Ha ala aaw
the conrt boas
wltS t! Rhetm
te CotinrtoL. aM
"Not wttliout Mra Rhelnstrom's or
ders' said the chauffeur. Toen the
young man and the llttle aetreas Jamped
on a street car and rodé aeróse to Cov
hvgton. It was the flrst step of hls dls
haneritednesa. Refused a marrfage U
eense there, they went to Newport, and
lf the newly wed Rhelnatroms thought
,there would .be a reconclllatlon, , they
were very much dlsappolnted. When oíd
Mr. Rheinctrom died he left a curtous
wllL ln lt he gave all Ms moaey and
property to hls wlte, stlpulatlns that It
was all to remaln absoTutely hers as long
as sha llvéd, and then lt wae to go to the
twu sons. but lt she thought lt wiss she
could dlstnherlt elther of them and glvo
that share to charlty.
He has sald that he loves that glrl
better than hls ía-mlly, better than all
the mflllons that would have been hls,"
sald Mrs. Rhelnstrom. sénior, "there
fore I shall dlstnherlt hlm. I tried
very hard to kpep hlm from marrylng.
and he foug-ht hla way out of both in
sano asylum and anltaFlirm.
"Now he ls enjoying his own re
aources and will remain there lf I have
anythlng to do wlth tlie matter. Al
thoug'h she may be my daughter-in-law,
she wlll never enter my house
whlle I-am all ve. Ka long as he has
anythlng to do wlth her he will never
rece i v one penny from me."
"What shall we do now?" sald the
"Malte our own ltvlng," sald the bride.
Young Mr. Rhelnstrom counted up
hls mooey. Thero are tremendous 01
portunltles ln tbe West," he flnally de-
ctded. "We'll go out and buy a ranch.'
. They ,did.' .' Thelr fortune was Juwt
OOTigh to boy that ya-acro one oet
near Boyló Keigntas It waa pretty. Alt
CalUornials.'' I: gave prospect of belng
made valuadle. At least: lt was enoagb
to keep them oortrfortably.
Young Mr. Rhelnstrom buckled rlght
down to work. So dM Mrs. Rhelnstrom.
Forgotten were the llg-bta of the stage,
the trtuoipas, the lobster sappers. lt
was hard wark rlght álobg, and lots
of lt. ,
For Mlss Loftus last TVInter there'
waa thls datly sohedule: Rlse at 1:U0
p. m. From 1.80 to 3;tf0, bathe und
dresa. .At 8:46 meet Harry Rhelnstrom
anu anuís oí une ooys ana girls at s
lobster palace; 8:45 untll 6. luncheon;
xrom s to 7:S0, fast motor drlve alons
the ápeedway, througb the Park and
along Rtverslde Drlve; T:30, to the the-
tre to "make up" Ivr the eveuing's per-
formance; 11:80, to another lobster pal-
ace. wn.ro wlne flowed, the lobster red-
dened and jests now, umll 3 ln the
R,.t n- í. o. -ov
w w ama. o. nal i j ikUCIIlA l TUIIl
the rislag hour ls 5 ln tbe mornlng.
9he dresxes ln exaotly fifteen minutes.
Then she hnrrles outslde to mllk th
cew. To be sure Harry Rhelnstrom ls
quite willlng to perform that task
hlmself, but. the cow. caatankerous
orea ture, "won't stand for Harry."
Then she baatena ln and preparea thelr
breakfast of betled eggs and toast and
ooffee wlth an orange.
"Doesn't thls taste better than those
breakfasts for whlch you used to pay
thlrty dollars a píate at Rectora,
Mrs. Rbelnstrom, fhished
from her converse wlth the
cow at dawn. a wlep of her
falr halr talllug beconilngly
across her brow, her blue
eyes gay wlth a wholesume
Joy. la an encbantlng pie
ture. . So enchanting that
Mr. Rheinstrom, who has
glven up a fortune for her
aake. Uses and walks
around the table and klsses
her on tbe plnk polot of
'-i . r. " : 1
sj ,.-i; 4-fZnAy f
s . '
punk." he avers.
thls layout eosts us Just thlrty cents."
"We'll never spend money that way
vn we won't: for we won't have it,
"And aren"t we ever so much happler,
-we are, sweetest glrl on earth."
At least,' that is the way the Idealista
But Mrs. Rheinstrom gives her lord
llttle time for reminiscence. There is so
u . v,. Aane. The nve-acre traci
111 U II t-v ----
must be íully cleaied, for lt aad been
w W Pif
neg!ecte4 by tts preveis owner, ln th
lavlsh manner of the llght-hearted West-
erner. He must haul away all the debrls
of dead branches, of needs, and loóse
tlmber, must heap them ln a blg pile at
the edge of thelr live-acre farm and burn
them. Then there is rhe fruit to be gath-
ered each diy from the trees and
írom ,ne strawberry beds. For straa-ber-
ríes can be gathered eleven months ln the
year in Southern California. And the
old farIn norsH must fed nd watered,
and currled and bed.le.l, and some of the
day's gatherlng of fruit must be taken
into town ana buiu.
For her there are the breakfast thlngs
Jo be clearea a way. th. Isbea to b.
wahMl th thre rooir.l oí tluilrtinv Ait-
age to be swept and dnsted; yes. sr.d
acniboad. For on tt dar that th.
crabbad. For on tt day that th
wrtter of th! ta pa'd a vtslt to th
hurr.ble bom of th f- ner moltl-ini'.llon-alr
expeotant bis br!1e waa en ber ur.
aecuatomed knes. bbtng tba kitchen
floor. Then dt-.nr rt'jít b prepared. and
dinner ls at no"n r-- a "ttl befor on the
trnck farsa. It ñ-ir y -o: begfai wlth cock
tail and s-nd with r ". as id th lob- acre !ru-k p
ster palara feas-, " -re la a atea, be- TVre !s M
caiis meats are and tbe Ocdn
aaU yonUfs tnni a fcrw. Bat lt U
a deUdom aíew. b i'way aarores the
lovely oook. ArM t- I appl pie, bt-
ter than bis f-'. iae. for Harry
Ríieíaerrom' nro-.h'-. e"ng a multimil-
Ilncalress. only lw- tbe kltcbn as a
viiroe. y-t '-:;. dómalo, ene to
be avpWe-1 ber-.Ti" .: 1 oiually the día-
turbaace aau of boucabold.
wr&s ni ver
She Sweeps the Step)
Young Mrs. Rheinstrom at
Real, Not Stage Work. .
Young Ifra. RhHr.atmm makes apple
pie tbree tln:1 a week. for the aufflc!ent
reason that "Harry Íkea-U."
Then ln the f:ernoon "Haírr belps
with th lir.r.er dlses." saya Kps. Rheln
strom -ith th ime smlle tJjat turned
rhe ha.!a ! the Johnni wtio tnhstbtted
"Lob:er Sq re.' "and then w. botb go
out anj wora oxirori m ooea tn
heav'er w rH of Jirc-ng and haollng.
Jther rr-rl ,n ,ft rn-"
At the b-ur at WMcb they used to
"J-jcoh" a-- Ljbst-r Square" tbsy enjoy
thelr ilmp'f tea hen. at ssx. thetr day
of karl w-rk ts nlíhed. 8tmpla fe'.k
hs r a' ve man retir at lght to
stou.- í'- r.:ti henr" rest that laborera
r.erJ- S. M' -eir day on to Uve
on B yl Helcbta.
brlef bourofrest. That
ls hei. th- eared. th shas
wsshl tr ' - fTmer otraa. drard by
th f jrrrr "-i'-i -nin'onajr evjctaot.
arl fU -! t- t - rjug: Ettl caapboaard
by b -th. t - - th square Irttl
ps r'h of t-.- r . -"'4 and, hand ln baed.
at-h t-- 'rTiant run drop for hla
a g'it'y ba-- t"- Paclfle.
Ea-1 "f f 'J -iorklng yaew patr
bas nae a íe;Ir: es f tuprtra bappi-
m:'WKM Éfstabw Jffl?
The Increasing ünpopularity
and Cruel Disíllusionment i
of Chorus Girl Marriages to
Millionaires' Sons as
Demonstrated by the Lot of
Miss Edna Loftus, Who
Must Now Do the Chores
While Her Husband Tills
:-i i,-1 v
And Here is Young Mrs. Rheinstrom ScrtsVktirg lk Floor with
tho Hndi Tht Wcr Ooco FJi wi Ukllys, .
Upon ' .
He is Rebwkung
He Loat hr
ness to fhSa newspaper. TJsdoubtedly
thetr etat mérito are ssooara.
But so, too, are tbew exclamatlona .thelr
i fse has ptjsvoked oa th OreatWfüi
Way, wtdeb dlaarouatty croases tb vivid
squara TbeMo o-aa aometblng Jlk thls: '
.'Wow, Viole Mootmoropol,, wlll yo
telk m wtist jaou thlnk. ef thatr
y-'.'Te,. Jencrf " Flymi excusa me for
addresalDa; you -by your real ñame, Mías
Til tell you wbat I tbmk of lt I thlnk
lfs tbe place Sherman retened to wbea
be talked about war. No, I aia't
thlnkln' that I know lt"
"Yeu bet Thls martoh an' a few
ofhers we k-now abxrat ls Duttta ah
chorus girl marrytn' tbe miUlfiabe osa
"On the binkr I shouit say. Wb9),
ifi as out f faabion as ta peaok
baaket hat lfs a dead dag. Tbafa
a-hat lt ls."
"Look at Quvnenle -Saofosdr timar -rled
Oovernor Draper's soo. Tbayaal
to Uve on Wo dollars a dajü
"And Irene Blahop. that marrlesl an4
was left, by J. Raynor Watts.
Mae Murray bad to go back to
"There used to be sométalo ta :
ryln' a mllllonalre's son."
"Somethin'T Tbene waa sofllioasi al
"Even when the marrlage was aa
nulled they pald you ff. I aeait ala
fetks made a aeTUament"
"Now tbe gtrl has ber ohotc of
"A cholee? Bhe alot got nothín-."
"Yes, atja has. Tbe cholee betpea be
ln" klcked out and gotn to work. Oel
"Wlair's the nse of tata' on th stagt?"
"Sure! Th?re ain't no use."
ltjige and borrnr are tbe sum of sorrt
meni on Lobtr Square. wher Edna
Loftirs was a favorlte. Tile projeet of aa
Indih'n.itlon meerfng wns dtscuseed. Many
anonynious letters have been sent ro th
eider Mr. Rheinstrom. so mamy that ah
can be ln no doubt as to th tetnper of
"rho'da tlioiih hts mother would ba
"Poof : A balky m jtüer-sn-law "a worae
than a father-ln-law soiy day. 8h
won't listen to reason. Sh bita th oeDln'
and has continua! bysterica."
' And them tire runia a truck farsa
"And Ukin lt."
Derp alg-hs. in chorus