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THK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APETL 14. 1912.
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Story of the Writing of 'Xluiite
cler' and Its Production. -
PAHIS WAITED TEAES FOR PLAT
reat Dnunittat Takes Please re Im
Xystrry, Dot Finally Glm
Ike PaMle What II Had
Rostand's "Chantecler" will reach the
Thandels theater on April li, pro
duced by Mr." Charles Krohman. with
Maude Admit in the title role. Never
lias a production received auch a
heralding. Recall its amusins his
tory beginning in lr4 when Edmund
Kostand. who had writtea nothing since
his "L'Aiglon," three year previous, ad
mit led that he waa about to undertake a
new play. Then followed twelve months
of alienee, until one afternoon the eider
Coquetta, with fire in his rye and a
finger on hn Up, departed In answer to
a mysterious summons from Rostand's
villa at Cambo in the Fyrmneea. ' At
that all Paris was agog. And rightly so,
for when the great French comedian re
turned, wreathed In smiles, the news
paper reporters' wormed from him .the
statement that Rostand was at work
upon a comedy that excelled by an un
limited amount all his previous efforts.
Beyond this Coquelin would have noth
ing to say.
It waa quite sufficient. For the next
six months Uostanda Lome was sur
round d by a cordon of reporters, snap
ping random pictures of his wife, or his
rook, or bribing his eervaru for a hint
of manuscript. By tkem it was an
nounced that the author had all but
lost his mind, that his nervousness had
gained such control that ha waa com
pelled to abandon literary work, that he
was about to be operated on..
Play Kept Nreret.
Yet. through the whole of this time,
there came no Intimation as to what the
nsture of the play would be. Not until
December, 154. waa the title made public,
and not until two years later were the
actors selected to appear in It.. Then at
last It became known that the action
passed In barnyard with Ita denlsent
as the characters, and a few more frag
mentary statements from Rostand leaked
Into print. The play waa to be a plan
of life. It was to be a pastoral. No
play like it had ever been presented
heforc.' It was to be finished next week,
Cam the winter of 1901 Positively
the play would be presented immediately.
Itchcareala progressed regularly. The
price of costumes, of properties, flooded
the papers. Photographs of Rostand's
chauffeur, snapsbota of his children, of
his wire's latest frock, appeared dally.
"Chantecler" was coming. Coquelin had
taken his portfolio to the home for old
actors at the "Pont Aux Dames" to thrill
them with the beauty of portions of the
text, to recite to them "The Ode of the
Tke next morning Coquelin was dead.
Another wait followed, until In March.
15rJ, Luclen Guitry was selected for the
role. Then came more Jealousy, more
quarrels among the actors. Then the
curtain was about to rts. and then the
floods. . '
At Last the rrodaetlea.
The floods went. The excitement grew
mora Intense. Beats were sold at fabu
loua' prices, American millionaires, play
wrights, managers, English nobility, Ital
ian and Botrth American diplomats, jiart
Janaarums'' from tvaj pt and - India,
awaited "Chantecler" in frantic nervous
ness. And at last, on a night In Febru
ary," 1910; the five slow' raps were heard
on the proscenium arch of the Port Bt.
Martin theater, ancj -"Chantecler',' was
revealed. '' .
Prom this time to the date of the
American production matters moved rap
idly: for Charles Frohman east in that
flnt audience, and. sharing the enthusi
asm about him, instantly sought out the
author and sent the French manuscript
to Miss Adams. Bhe waa fired by Ilka
admiration, with the reault that John W.
Alexander, our foremost decorator, waa
.promptly asked to superintend the con
struction of the scenery and costumes
ithat the New York production might out
top In seals that of Paris. And now. we
ihave It on the road In the Identical form
It took In New York. Even the cast has
scarcely been altered; Mlsa Josephine
Victor plays tie Hen Pheasant;. Henry
iTrader Is Patou; William Levels has
all the Insolence of tha Blackbird and
R. Peyton Carter all tha pedantry of the
Turkeyrock. while the rest of the cast
Ha equally well carried out with Mlaa
Marion Abbott. Allen Fawcett, A. Lionel
lllogarth and sixty others.
Expensive te show.
It. Will be a large production, even
ilarger than Its sponsor anticipated. For
though Mr. Frohman was prepared to
ilnd "Chantecler" expensive. Indeed more
expensive than any drama ever presented
jon the American stage, when .they set
before him his Item for feathers alone
he was startled. The charge made by
the Parisian coatumcr for the clothing
of birds and beasts waa i3,000. And nf
this the cost of feathers alone came to
!.. It is a complicated proposition
to alter men and women Into hens, black
blids, turkeys, nightingales, dogs, guinea
Utrs. owls snd frogs or to magnify trees,
houses, carts, rakes, shoes In fact every
thing In sight to seven times their usual
DANGERS OF FAT
ROW FAT AFFECTS THE BRAID
Just how fat
affects and fin
the brain, is not
eration, and fin
al collapse of
brain tissue, due)
to this cause. Is
of frequent oc
pains, and bud
heaviness, which are often experi
enced by fat people, may indicate
tnat this degenerating process Is
imminent. Ine return of this fatty
tuuue to normal brain substance,
may and probably will reault if
toe overproduction of fat is stop
ped in other parts of the body
Thousands of (at people have de
pended entirely for reduction to
normal weight, upon Marmola
Prescription Tablets, which are)
made after the exact formula of
toe fan.oua liquid Marmots Pre
scription. While taking these tab
lets for the reduction of tat. no
dieting nor exercise are necessary,
as a reduction of 1 to it ox. a day
is accomplished by prevention as
well as elimination of fat. Mar
mola Prescription Tablets are sold
at all drugaists or the Marmola
Oo.. Fanners Rldg.. Detroit.
.Mich, -at the uniform prto of 7&c
for a large case. They remove the
fat already formed, prevent Its re
forming, clear the complexion and
tone up the enure system.
as done with the Jlaude
For the American production more than
. feathers, making over 3 bushels. coat a smooth snd Iridescent surface,
came from the French costumer. Fifty Thirty skilled French needle girls worked
feather Beds. any. good. oM-faehtoned j four months at this task and their over
housewife will tell you could have been , id that he ruined I as many
stuffed from them according to the an- torments ""' J
.lent receipt of alx bush... to a mattress. ? br"
Shou- you go beh.nd.h scenes after - 0..
a performance you wouM feel " though
you were In a hen coop during the moult- wm, furthw , , th,
nig season, only these stage feathers j,,,,,. gh, ,lso Mu(ht lh. .,,
pick them up while the feather expert
has been sent all the way from Paris
to Iron them and ts replace them In the
Another conception of the Infinite pains
taken with these feathers Is gained when
it is realised that only the large ones
from the wings and tails of birds eould
The feathers on the breasts and backs
are so small that they would spoil the Il
lusion of slxe when placed on the actor.
Also, that the realism of the design be
even more effective, each character in
Chantecler," wears the feathers of the
bird he pretend to represent. Miss
Adam's dress, the finest of course, has at
least li.tW of the most brilliant plumes
of many cocks of the walk.
Xnrsaandy'a llara Yard Raldeal.
It can hardly be said that chlckena were
raised just to meet an end in "Chante
cler" but the bonda of possibility are
not stretched In stating that every
feather waa band picked and carefully
selected. The usual method of removing
feathers from a fowl Is to scald the!
bird. This, however, ruins the form and1
color of the result. So, In order to have
the feathers as clear as possible, orders
to given to many of the largest chicken
yards In Normandy to dry pick every
rooster, duck, hen and goose they killed
for the market. ' In this way only were
results obtained: for It would have been
Impossible to secure proper material
here, quits aside from the oet which
would have been higher than In France.
Even as It is. these feather garments
are valued at more than the "finest
Worth gown: not a dress in tha produc
tion cornea to under $500. Mis Adams'
"Chantecler" costume cost .000, after
MVS 1 C
HE story of Verdi' "Requiem,"
of which the Mendelssohn
choir will sing the Kyrle for
quartet, choir and orchestra,
and The Banctue. a fugue
for double ononis and or
chestra, on the . first evening of the
festival, ts an Interesting one.
In IMS Rossini died, lie and Verdi to
gether had dons more than any others
to make Italian opera a orilllant Insti
tution. Verdi conceived xnm large and
not at all practical Idea of writing a
requiem In which all the leading musi
cians In Italy ahould have a part, headed
by the -veteran Mercadante. When the
man was finished It waa to be executed
in the Church of San Tetronlo at Bo
logna, which was the true musical coun
try of Rossini. Then It was to be care
fully sealed and put Into tiro archives of
the Lyceum of Music at Bologna and
never taken out, unless an exception
ahould be made for anniversaries. Upon
reflection. It waa decided to give the
mass only once a century, on the anni
versary of Rossini's death. The text of
The Mass of the Dead" was divided
Into thirteen parts snd given to the thir
teen composers, Verdi himself reserving
the last or "Libera Me" for his share.
You can fancy what happened when the
thirteen part were handen tn-There waa
absolutely no unity and all gradations of
merit and style. Verdi didn't expect the
work to- be entirely harmonious, but he
thought H would show extreme love and
veneration for Rossini. Ills spirit must
have filmed when he received the actual
results, or the project quite silently fell
through and for five years Verdl'a own
part of the work lay In hia desk. Then
there died in Milan the famous poet and
novelist, Alesaandro Mansonl. II waa the
Idol of. all Italy and .particularly of the
Milanese. Verdi had already set Borne
uf hi work to music He was very de
voted to him, and vary deepty moved ny
hla death. Not long after he made an
offer to the Syndic of Milan to compose
requiem mass for Manxonl; the offer
was gratefully aorepted. J
Verdi went to France for the summer,
taking with him from Its piegonhole the
Libera Me." There most of the rest of
the mass wss earn posed.
On May B, M7t, It was first performed
at the -Church - of Can Marco In Milan
by a choir of 123 voices and orchestra
or 1(0. Visitors csme from all parts of
Europe to hear it, snd were loud tn their
praises. Verdi was presented with a sti
ver crown. Then the requiem began
upon a triumphal tour of all the capitals
of Europe- It la still touring, sn ever
beautiful and popular work. It presen
tation at the Metropolitan opera house
In New York Us the signal of tremend
ous audiences, and seats must be bought
far In advance.
Perhaps next year Mr. Kelly will think
It advisable to give the whole work in
Think of Verdi at S3 writing the
requiem then going Into retliement and
emenrtng eighteen yearr later with "Fal
: staff," which by many Is considered his
i masterpiece. A . pretty lively, vital old
! chap! They say he had an Iron constl
, tutlon and endless energy: was (all and
nglle. In his old age be never felt old.
He loved his garden and spent a lot of
time pottering In It, and he waa fond
of anlmala. He adored hla wife.
ills "Othello" and "Fa'staff" embody
all the best feature of the modern school
of music, and without losing touch with
the great lyric master of tha past. The
shadow of the music-drama ftJl upon
Verdi when he was old. Instead of
snorting at the new order of affairs from
the solitude and retirement of his farm,
he built two stunning works to repre
sent him in this new Held.
The success of "Othello" was over
whelming. Verdi was feted ss composer
hsd never been feted before. In "Fal
staff" be said farewell to tbe world, and,
like Rembrandt in hi but portrait, with
a smile upon his face.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Is one original
figure In music. He is a mulatto, his
mother baring been an English woman,
and hla father a full-blooded African.,
though a well educated man. who en
couraged his son in ever way. Some
how, ws think of Coleridge-Taylor and
Paul Lawrence Dunbar together, f What
difference does It make after all. The
color- of the skin with soul such as
j God gave these two men. Beautiful, sen
spending eight weekaat the tailor, where.
Uke all Its mates. It had each teatber
sewn Into place on skin silk to give the
ance of the most skillful decorator In
this country, Mb John W. .Alexander.
Before he finished his tak he concluded
that It was ten times simpler to make
the most elaborate evening dreaa than
to create these suits. Because with fowls
there can be no broken lines: every part
uf the body must run in a harmonious
curve Into every other part: each feather
must smoothly overlap at Just the proper
distance to aire the natural sheen and
gloss. As for tails. Mr. Alexander ex
plained that he would rather hare plumed
an endless procession of his wife's hats
than one rooster's caudal appendage.
Once made, however, the suits' proved
gratefully easy to wear though compli
cated to adjust. In donning these cos
tumes, first the actors draw on their
stockings, which are painted to represent
birds legs and feet. Over these cornea
the body of the dress like a combination
union suit cut down the back Instead of
the front and fitted with an amusing
tittle pair of suspenders to hold the tail.
The back fastens up with ordinary hooks
and eyes. When that Is done the wings
are put on. These also are part;y sup-
ported by the suspenders, though more
by the actor's hands, which extend to
their tips. After the wings comes the
headpiece, so hot and heavy that the
actor has to take it off every' time he
leaves the stage. This Is" built on a sort
of little cap which fits firmly down over
the ears; last of all Is the tall, made over
a frame like a box. At first the weight
of this seemed the final straw to the
ladles of the company,, but there Is
everything In retting used to It: so now
when an actress has been prepared by
one of the fifteen dressers who am
ready for Just such emergencies, they go
on the stage feeling, as one of them has
said, "Just like a hen."
sitive, alive to 'all that 1 best In the
Her I am reminded that I don't In the
lean know how Coleridge-Taylor looks:
he may be very light and English In hi
appearance. I do knew that Paul Law
rence Dunbar waa as blacs: as your hat.
for I have friend who emew him well.
and loved him. and never- Mopped to
think whether he waa black or white.
Dunbar has passed on and out, leaving a
trail behind him. Coleridge-Taylor live
In London. He I a vtonn professor at
Croyden conservatory, and professor of
han.iony and composition at the Crystal
Palace. ' He has a long list of good work
to hi credit. Before he wrote "Hia
watha's Wedding Feast," which brought
him International fame, Tm composed the
Hiawatha sketches, founded on Long
fellow' so-called poem, lagoo." "Chi
blabos" and "Paupukeewle." The object
matter evidently fascinate nlra. In
he brought out the "Wedding Feast." In
1S, "The Death of Minnehaha." and In
1100 "Hiawatha Departure." The "De
parture" la the only wont which I un
familiar to us here.
A very pleasant letter come from Mr.
Joe Mlk, whose daughter. Marl Mlkova,
ha been studying tor the last two years
In Pari under Wager Swayna. after at
tracting much attention In Omaha as a
pupil of Mr. August Mothe-Borglum. Miss
Mlkova haa played In Parla several times
In public .and with success. During her
vacation and visit at home sne will give a
recital at the Brandela theater, to show
her friend the progress sne bs made.
Apropos her change of name, her father
give thl very Interesting Information:
"In Bohemian, as In most of the Slavic
language, a woman nam must always
have a feminine ending; the man'a a mas
culine. Thus there I always a slight
chang between the name of n us band and
wife, of father and daughter. It the
nwnsi ativ aniv a i "vie m s ""-jI
take the feminine ending A. Thus v. CI
have the Russian dancer Nyjensky and
his wife. Nyjenska. If the family same
ends In a consonant ova is usually added
to It to form the nam of the women of
the family. The name of Maslmova, the
actress. Is a good example of this
So Marie Meek (as she waa called here)
become Marie Mlkova. I'ncer thl name
I have read of her )n the Parla letter
In the Musical Courier. The date of her
concert Is May TS.
I read In some msgasin or paper the
other day 'It takes a very great man
to rest on his laurels, etc., without mus
sing them." I would say that Roosevelt
wss mussing hit. O, very badly!
No. my conscientious friend, this has
nothing to do with music merely a by
May I gently protest tnat all malts for
me, must be reposing In the neat black
box reserved for the music critic of The
Bee by Thursday night. This I my ultl
tomstum, Frank Dsniels says. Of
course. If you went to send your stuff
In Friday or r'aturday and Just have It
sit. It is no concern of mine.
Mr. August M. Borglum will present
Miss Heien Pearce tn a piano recital at
the Borglum Pttno school. 2tli Douglas
street, on Tuesday evening. April 14.
Admission will be by Invitation. Pro
gram: variations in r minor Haydn
..Ph. E. Bach
Etude Mlgnonne ....
March Mlgnoa ....
Nocturne E flat ....
Walts. A flat
A la bien Almee ...
I, Enfant qui reve...
1. 8 Da-h
... Ed Sehuett
Mendelssohn Choir of Omaha, Thomas
J. Kelly eonduetor. In association with
the Theodore Thomas Orchestra of Chi
cago. Frederick Stock, conductor, and
Mies Florence lllnkle. soprano: Mm.
Nevada Van Der Veer, ewntralto: Mr.
Reed Miller, tenor: Mr. Frederick Weld,
nemo, and Mr. Haas Lets. vtotbusL
APRIL 22 MONDAY. I K P M. SHARP.
Overture Hueltska, Opus 7 Dvorak
at "Departure and Tne Mantln
tb) "Motet, Psalm exxxvil Gounod
Selections from "The Country Wed
(at In the Garden
Aria Depul Is Jour ttrom Louise.)
Choral Ballad The Sands o' Dee.. King
Choral Lullaby, from Bavarian High
The Choir and Orchestra.
(b) Children's Dance
Kyrie From Manxuoi Requiem Verdi
Vluartet, Choir and Orchestra.
The Choir and Orchestra.
Symphonic Poem Lee Preludes Llsst
APRIL 8-Tl'ESDAY. S.S0 P. M. SHARP.
Overture Euryanthe Weber
Aria I Fain Would Hide (from
Symphony No. i iB minor) Tschalkowsky
Symphonic Walts Ophu It
Caprlccio Eapagnol Opus M
Alborado. Variations. Alborado.
Scesea and Gypsy Song. Fandango
of the Asturias.
APRIL 3-TCESDAT. $.15 P. M. SHARP.
Overture to "Der Improvisator.. I Albert
Choral musio (without accompani
ment) (a) "Ave Maria Stella" Grieg
tb) "Angelua," Tuscany. .sir Edw. Elgar
(c) "blgh No More, Ladies
Old English Glee
td) "On HlmaJay.".... Granville Bantock
The Mendelssohn Choir.
Aria Joan of Arc Bern berg
Mme. Van Der Veer.
Scherso and Finale from the Scotch
Scene from the Song of Hiawatha,
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast (Long
fellow) , Colerldje-Tsylor
For Tenor. Solo. Chorus and
Mr. Reed Miller, the Mendelssohn
Choir and orchestra.
"Tristan and Isolde" Wagner
Act II Introduction. Trfive Scene
and Brangaene'e Wsrninc.
Isolde Miss lllnkle
Brangaene ... lime. Van ler Veer
Tristan Mr. Miller
Vorsplel to "Die Meiaterslngrr".. Wagner
At the Theaters
(Continued from Page Six.)
era! murders, convince tha woman.
(Frisco Kste) that he la sincere, sad
their common reformation bind them in
sympathy. A young mining engineer,
William Lak by name, I the man se
lected for the "badger game" and fore
warned and prepared, he turn the table
on hla would-be captor snd take the girl
home Intending to ascertain the truth.
After various test he Is firmly convinced
that her story I true and she Is soon
shown that th man of hsr premature
faith la a criminal. While awaiting In
the apartment of th young engineer'
mother and slater she receive a tele
phone message to th effect that her
father ha arrived in New York and will
meet her at th boarding house home of
Mrs. Fsllon (Frlco Kste). She goes
there and I witness to th final unmask
ing of th vallalnous Leland, and hi
death at the hand of th man he bad
old to th police.
Mr. Fallon (Frisco Kste) I an excel
lent character study In the hands of
Ann Sutherland. Walter Edward will
be sen as Laylock. Harry Milliard play
th role of th mining engineer, William
Lake. Th rol of "Pop" Clark H in the
hands of Frank Currier, Lyster Cham
ber essay th role of Laland. Other th
the cast r Madeleine Louis, Virginia
iPhtlley, Maggls Holloway Fisher. Lllllaa
Herbert, Edward Gillespie, Oeorge M.
Zorn and Frank Hamilton. A special
popular matin will be given Tuesdsy,
Cecilia Loftus. the fereraost mimic of
the day, will bs the headline attraction
at the.Orpbeum this week. Mia Loftus
fsms and popularity are tntemetonsl.
Gifted with a phenomenal sewer of mim
icry and splendid drsmatlo ability. Miss
Loftus entirely lo her own Individ
ually when portraying character. She
doe not attempt to ridicule weaknesses
or peculiarities, but give a photographic
reproduction of personality. Her present
repertoire inolude Ethel Barry more,
Julia Marlowe, Naslmovs, Caruso, Ray
mond Hitchcock, Roe SUhl, Bar
Bernhardt, Vesta Tllley, Maud Allen,
Harry Lauder, Marl Dressier, Ada
(teeve, Bert Wlliam and Cam DcMar.
'Th Awakening of Mr. Plpp" ts th
nsme of a playlet that will b presented
by Charley Grapewln and company. It
I a fare full of action, plot Interest
snd character study. Mullen and Coogaa
will furnish their ehar of laughter with
their skit called "A Broadway Tram."
Boudint Brothers, wtaard of the accord
ion, will give an enjoyable musical act
Carson Brothers, representative athletes
from Sweden, will give a fin gymnastTS
performance. A. O. Duncan, on of th
best (Lntrlloquist tn America, will give
an aroiistng exhibition of bis peculiar art.
Thiessen pets will do a number of
clever tricks. Tha amall dogs ar un
usually Intelligent and show th result
of careful training.
Mits Lang begin her cloelng week at
the American thl afternoon, when "Love
Watches" will be presented. Thl de
lightful comedy was selected because It
I on of th daintiest and most enjoy-
aDio In th whole realm, and e beau a in th
leading rol Mlas Lang has already made
a moat pleasant Impression. She te fin
ishing a remarkable season, in th course
of which she has played an astonlehlng
rang of parts, ail with uccea and in
several of which she hss shown stellar
qualification. This is especially true of
the week that has Just closed, when Miss
Lang played th most serious part she
hss recently undertaken, that of Mr.
Granger In "The Fighting Hope." with
excellent results But "Love Watches"
give her a beautiful chance for work
along the line at her natural bent, that
of light comedy, and she will rarely
"leave them laughing when she say
good by" next Saturday alght.
When Ml Lang leaves the theater a
reorganized company, beaded by Mr.
Walter E. Perkins, will begin a series
of light comedy productions which will
carry the season well up Into th maimer.
Mr. Perkins' a coenedlan of standi ng,
having beaded companies In In produc
tion of some of tbe .best known of farce
comedies sod similar play a
,t all th pretty girls that ever left
Broadway to go on th road. Gordon at
North have enticed away tb prettiest
forty for Morton and Moor and their
own company In "The Merry Whirl,"
which cornea to the) Oayety theater thl
afternoon for th week. It is a hard
working chorus, for there are a less than
twenty musical a umbers arid they are
all big hits Morton and Moors in The
Merry Whirl" to Gordon A North pet
show. Tb cast Include those two chalk-
fare comedians. Morton asxi Moore, aided
by thl ly Mesne. LlMaa FHsgerald. Mine
Scball. Harry Yoke. Ed Jerome snd
other to aumaroua to meat loo. all with
Broadway reputations). Morton and
Uf St w
Moor, who enjoy th distinction of be
ing America a foremost chalk-ftc come
dians, can be depended upon to give a
delightful evening entertainment. The
same excellent company that supported
Morton and Moore during their all-summer
run In New Tork will be seen with
them In this city. Ladles' matinee daily,
"Tm Queen of th Folles Bergere,"
with th eitxa attraction, "Kid'' Can
field, th reformed gambler, will b the
attraction-at the Krug theater for the
week commencing with the usual Bunda
matinee. In addition to this
Mis Lillian Smaller, 1st With th
"Madam Slurry" company, ha been
specially engaged for the Omaha produc
tion. 'Th Queen of the Polles Bereger"
I a French folly in two act and inter
spersed I an olio of exceptionally strong
vaudeville act. On of the 1 "Kid"
CantUld, who give a thorough exposition
of th art of gamesters, both "straign.
and "crooked." Canfield la equipped wit.
an of th apparatus used tn gsmbllni
houses, from a roulette wheel ta a far
bank and craps layout, a well as th
various holdouts used In card sms.
Joseph J. 8ulllvn I the principal come
dian. II I backed by a score of pretty
chorus girl and a doaen principals, who
form a company which ha few equals
on th burlesque rtsge.
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lent home and put them Into a halt pint
of good whiskey. Shake the bottle and
take a tableepoonful before each meal
and at bed-lime." This la said to bs the
quickest and best remedy known to the
medical proreasion ror rneumatism ana
backache. Good results come after the
first dose, if your druggist does not
have Toris compound In stock he will get
It for you la a few hours from his whole
sale house. Ikmi t be Influenced to take a
patent medicine Instead of this. Insist on
having the genuine Tor Is compound In
the original one ounce, sealed, yellow
package. Hundreds of the worst case
were cured here by thl prescription iaat
Breaks up Grip and
First lgn lassitude.
The first feeling of having taken
Cold, i lassitude and weakness, a
goneness of fatigue a if some great
Illness wa pending
If you will g"t to rccognlie thla
first feeling of a Cold, before you be
gin to an or shiver, before your
bone begin to ache, and take
"Seventy-seven" at once, it never
It pay to keep ' Seventy-eeyen"
handy. All dealers sell. iSe or
trBook cent free.
Humphrey' Homeo. Medicine Co..
Cor. William and Ann Streets, N. Y.
I DEVELOPED T
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taw ssaasaWM fill ll I ! I Tata
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Ma Hasjarlli I taj, MB asllxf I f f I
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and fl toaril rrxtswr- ft-ej. akn
M I .- r-ftll-aAd-r M M Uiff '
Women Everywhere Know
that their figure is dependent entirely upon
their corset and we know that Warner's de
signs are the dependable corsets. '
Know it because each season our sales increase by the
million pairs, due entirely to their splendid value.
We have directly traced the sale of dozens of pairs to
the proper fitting of one pair.
Go into nny community and you will find that seven
women out of ten are wearing Warner's Corsets.
Why because they shape fashionably fit comfort-,
ably and outwear any other corset. - :
Warner's 'IouMe-Skirts,, are the greatest corset in
vention since rust-proof they prevent the skirts of
long models from tearing or stretching. , -,
We atand bnck of the merchant who sells you a "War
ner's Corset. We guarantee them to shape fashion-,
ably, and not to rust, break or tear. ,
Old Age for Cafe or Home
It's tha bear that will pleas ta
tha club, car, hotel, tarmhouaa, cot
tage or manilon, because it satisfies
the moat critical and eiactini Judge.
It pours clear, sparkling, cloudlet
and pur. ,
The Amber Bottle
protect Old Age from decty.
raJCIXT TaVADB HrU BTI
oath Omaha Wat. JTTTB, ISO w
hoss, SoBth sea.
Omaha aTUOO T. Btxs. 13M Doug-la
Whose, Douglas IMS.
JETTER BREWING CO.
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
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Afr.4 X.' wHIm: ' I'm M tall w4 llftlM
K f th Him llwl I ca tv-trrttr ccomplufc
mr 4MIM I mImUm m1 lu iiu. air
HtH. MrTtr with iMteclM ai4 ftr iwlew
Mfmal ll.t. At tM tlM 1 -J1-W U
tmt IkN I fH tw4 ll iM tlmm. m it rm
nrrlM aomMKtKi ! tnrrw mf wtlihl 1
Ulik I tvali mom Im aa.jrU 4Min-'
Anavdar; Ftr Hi vmmr cm4Hm Ikcrt
fa ajoihK 1 ca min thU m14 to m ffartlv
throfti cmfm) aaf thra grmla Hya-t-N-Uat
(ibMa. Tkli MKH UbrM M?p)! lotwata
v.irn 1r-r dm rtd btond supvir w
U (rttraet itW nutrition frvui iW. ' IImi
arrtit. TrrtMT MrmMiN, aM rlui)naaB
ttb iMHhy lor ! Ktrvnitk ratani. Thajr
art Mtekl la teai4 feoiM with full Hrcllou.
Tamlu" wriiaa: "Tm firm ait a ar.
atfiptM far my rtianaiiaai I auffwr grtaiir
A (rta4 trt4 yaar prm&ljlfm. aa carad, aat
caa't najtatbtr U."
Aaawar: Htr ti air fmrarita anarrtaiiaa far
rtoaaMtUa- lalla of aoUavipai. I draau;
anf,Tai atlt-Tl.ta. i 1raBM: auw erf eokkicuaj.
nat alf : eama. ihimi. fartllal. 1 :
Maa na(4 fealatworl. I ; ail ara of tar
aaaHita caota. i a Taka taaawoaral at
aval UaM aa4 at aatUiaM. I
W. 7 " vrttai: "I hart aarb a
er aa4 r14 ant haa aat aaan abta ta tat
tartntaa: te bala m. It ta aakcaioa; my ty-
Anaawr- Tat tha rollawlng ant yaar roW an4
fmii 'ill nmttk aa4 ra will aaaa ha atrMg
Cala. (stt i tu; N- aottta af aaeaatraltal a
aaeva aMataa-faxaaa aa4 Uka rrry bear ar tra.
Tb) caa h Ukaa aait ar atvd lata a hll aim
at tm BMaa rnp. Fall tirartiaaa at ta mm
will ba faaaal aa aatt. This la a a. fit Uutla
aal will trira tk fl tnm tha rm.
Hatara J a-rltar: "Wba wl4 jaa 4Vs!t1b
ta ta taka- I taffar wtt latltcaatloa. coaattpa
uaa, aaa aa air ataaMeb an4 biaat kU kaaV
I aa arrata af airpcaaKitia.
Anrwtr: llaajr caaaa af a'4kn4icitla art
at-! br BwttiartHaT ! anci tr taica aa yoa
arfika Tea ahcalal atart at am as4 tika rf
a'arlT for itmii waaaa at laat. tabma tn
aatcca. bkI aft oi4 a all aras atra a art
ara aarkad ta e4 ratiaoa ita full atr:tioiu
fr taift- in tiD.ni r pma, wvnm an-i
bla. Tha atia tabrtxa liioajM ba takca af.r
braakraat tb a-alta aft-r 4mnr aa4 tba klaa
atar aatW- I tKinb ffraat mnj caaaa af aa
ata4cUia aaaltl aa carat, br aaia tJioaaaUaa.
. . '
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The questions answered below are g".
eral In character, tbe symptom or dlsif'
ease are given and th answers will ap-
ply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free, may"
address Dr. Lewis Baker. College Bldg.. '
College-Ellwood Kts.. Layton, O.. enoloe
In self-!dre?'ae'l rtsmpeil envelope for
reply. Full rame and address must bJ
giten, but only initiate or ticntloue nam..'
will be used In my answers. The preecnp-. .
lions can be filled at any well-stocked '
drug store. Any druggist can order of '
"Mtanla" aant T am aa tba vara f bara-
eua praatratroa mmi tba nor' a aavailclaaa aa eat
arB ta aria ata. 1 am arr thla atM am aaulaaj
iklnaar avarr Uf- Wkat oatJ roa praaerlbar"
Aaaaar: Taka tha taalt araaartbaA aaJ r
will ba auang la a law waaka. Yoa will ejaia
flaak aaa yoar Mrrta will ba raatarai ta (Hair
natural attanfth. Oat ayrtia af kyaflaahlta
oamp. a axa.. 1 1 act ara cadosMBa ctma. 1 aa- nrat
iaraaaaal. Mix an4 ahaka wall bafora takibaV
Taka t taUaWoafui bafara aack aai.
"Mra. Tlwraaa' wrttaa: "taja Una aga yaaj '
M4 aaa af tnr fribaaa a rmadr fr atjaalty. aMa jr)
aaa4 thla with traat auocaaa bat aHaplacag taw
araaeiiattaa. Caa yaw aabUab vgaia far mVi
Aaawar: t ihaJf ba glafl U paMtaw taa titafr
llaata again. Oat fraai jraiir 4ntglat I aaa. af r .
araaullB alixtr an4 1 aa. at glrcaJ arbalaaa. It ,
la wall ta parrhaaa thaaa aeparatalr ta af4
auaatltutloa. Mil. ahaka wall aa takw far taw
first thraa aara after aarb maal taaaaaaowfal ;
altar that. Aaabla tha Ana aaA aaftttaaa a abac
aa raw caaa ar iwajiira.
Val-Tia' wrttaa: "T am aafrartsg watft at!
Inaaaaaa, atataatk an klgaar uwublaa. I ta
gait log waraa all tba Una. What aaall taka
Aaawar: Far tba troablaa row bbfatiaw tba
boat rrfat1y to autifr tb blaoa aa4 aet aa tk
llvar an4 klsafya, la: Thraa graia aatabarb tab ,
lata, faat wlakar UMia). flat thaaa from roar
1 maal at la aaalatl tab with fail Alraetlaaa. i
Thaaa art plaaaaatlr aaA If Ukaa MgnlaH rtkTx
win traaaaiir anart a awra. nr panifTag taa
blaoa roar MiFoaaDaaa wui imptr. if
ara irawaette yrm aba14 tab Ublata trlapaa.
tiaa with tba atdalMrb ublata.
-TiH4raa" Taar rhlltrtw ihoalA ba gfraa' tba
faltowlag ta rtira tbam af aaA wattlog: Tlaetara -rababa,
1 dram: tlaetara rbaa a ram at te 1 4raaar..
camp, fla id ha)arort 1 aa. Glv U t U Aroaa,
la watar aaa baar Bafara aaaa la. Ttala fa gaaaf n
far raaog a ad aJa. -
affarlac Waataa: Ta
eerrhta ar whltaa aa It la eoamawaly ealM R
ta aalr aaraaaarr ta aaa a good aaUaaatle baal-
iag taate waah. ar aaattarr ftoaeaa an 'a amaaw a
twtr-a dallr. Oat two awaca af aattaaptre viUaa
af taaaia acta, jam aaa
aaa a tiamoinfal to a a-rt af warm wataw-
twk tUlly. A aaJaaala: tnl ta aetaa WHA f
taa a bora la taraa grata hrtm-wraiaa Uaaiai.
Aaifoua Mabrr- wrttaa. Tlr aalr ta falHac
oat aa rasiolr that I aaa. vrr macfc alraJA that
ball aoaa ba bald. I bar aiaa a grtax aeai. t
at AaoAraif which caaaaa ms acatp ta kca." "
Aaawar; Tow caa ata rawr hair ffaat fclltaa.
rare dan draff aaJ ataka raw har aaA aaA flaTt -
If row will parcaaaa a aa. Jar Mia ratiow.-, ;
mlarol aaA aa aeardtag ta Alrartlaaa. It will
baaitbr grawta at aatc aaa anac
bach taa lateaaa aaturai ealoa
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