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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 5, 1912.
ICE FOR CASHTO COST MORE
Xm Companies Made a Induction if
" Coupon Books Art Used.
SOME SELL AT THE SAME BATE
Tmrtr Cents Per Hn4nl tea Via.
Isaeee Rate at mica lee Hay
- B Bengal la tha Beet.
eeae Districts. V .
All Omaha lea companies have Started
the aiUDmer residence delivery aeaaoa
selling lea at tha aama price.
Tha difference In pricee of soma com
panies comes through a difference In sell
ing for cash and Belling on credit by
Ali are agreed on a) cent! a hundred
pounds tor tha summer commodity, while
aoma axa dispensing on a scale of oaota
a hundred pounds when sold at cash and
cents by coupon.
The Omaha Ice and Cold Storace com
pany it allowing customer a par cant
. discount Vhen coupon books are paid
for before tha 10th of the month. Thus, a
book for a ton of ice costs 110. but vhen
' tha bill Is paid before the HUB of t&a
month n la the price; a 1.01)0-pound book
t 5 costs M vhen psld for before the
10th .a 750-pound book at HIS coats ft by
reason of tha same discount, whila a W
pound book hss s set price of U eV
The Weir City Ice company kj setting
lea at et cents a hundred pounds whether
by. cash or coupon. Manager W. I Car
lyh) said the company believed there
ehouM be no difference and has decided
to eell at a aet price on credit or cash, i
The Arctic Ice company has tha red mo
tion on coupon books. Selling at cash, it
aaka W cents a hundred pounds, while;
coupon books are sold at 40 cents for a
hundred pounds. . j
The Independent lee company Is selling !
as the Wler City company Is et cents a
hundred by cash or credit ,
The Watt Omaha Ice company salts a S
coupon book for 4 and la charging fit
cents a hundred by cash and et) cents by
coupon. - , . i
Girl Insists She
Will Be an Actress
Asserting she had played hookey to go
to Chicago to the home of an aunt. Cell
Margults, a 14-year-old school girl, who
had been attending Leavenworth school,
was brought before the Juvenile court,
charged with dellnquecy. Mrs. Edna
Margults, her mother, testified that the
daughter had been sent by her to the
aunt's home In Chicago. ,
"This girt ha been playing with the
'Woodward Block company Is Kaneat
City."! said Mogy Bernstein.
Mother and daughter denied It earnestly,
but when evidence was produced the girl
admitted she had been with the stock
company. Bh said she had rehearsed
Judge Kennedy tried to pursuade her to
Bo to school, but she gave him to under
stand that she knew more (bout her owa
business than he did and she Intended to
he an sc tress.
"The trouble with you is you're a little
too flip," said tha Judge.
"Anyway, It won't do any good te send
me to that detention home, I can tell
yon that; there are not such good people
ut there aa at heme, anyway."-" "
Judge Kennedy said the would be kept
at the detention home Indefinitely. Her
mother wag aeverslx lectured for giving
false testimony.'' '
Two (liters of the little girl are now la
te rmlttentlj ' pitying ' with theatrical
troupes. . The father and mother are
" With More Members
Bines announcement of the coming aea
aoa were sent out from Samson' head
quarter more than 100 name haw been
added to the roster of the Knights of Ak-Bar-Bea
The organisation now start
ut the season with S1 members while a
year ago only lit were enrolled. In the
snail Saturday came twenty-six applica
tion for membership. At that rate It is
estimated that by the time of. the first
meeting and Initiation at the den there
will be nearly LOW members aa compared
to tit members at the first meeting a
H. B. ELLER NAMED TO
SUCCEED JOHN M ELLEN
H. B. EHer, Joint ticket agent for the
Korthweetern and Union Pacific at Fre
mont, has been given the posltloa ef
traveling agent for the first named road,
having the northern part et Nebraska,
South Dakota and Wyoming as his ter
rltery, taking tha place of John Molten,
promoted to general agent of the freight'
and paatenger departments for Omaha
and territory. ... , ,
Mr. Eller has been with the Korta
western eighteen years. He started hit
railroad career as an operator and since
then ha been agent at several stations
ill km aaaai mgW r Mm
Women who bear children, and r
txuCh healthy ara those who prepare
their systems, In advance of babr
coming. Unless the mother aid
natnre In Its pre-natal work the crisis
flnd her eygtem nneqnal to the de
wiands made upon It, and she I often
left with weakened health or ehronia
ailments. No remedy la o truly .a
lvsln to nature a Mother' mend,
and no expectant mother should tan
to use it- It relieve the pain and
discomfort caused br the train on
th ligaments, make pliant and elas
tic those Bore and muscle which,
nature U expanding, prevent numb
sea of limb, and soothe the tnnar
natton of breast gland. - The system
Being tha prepared br Mother'
mend dispel the fear that the crisis
mar not be safely met. Mother's
Friend assures a speedy and complete
. recovery for the mother, and she is
left healthy woman to enjoy the
Friend is sold at
Writ for our free
W Ana iiiiii I
ant mother which contain much
Tamable lnformertnsi, and many
gestioB of a helpful nature.
, IXaDfmJ) KlOUTOk CO, Adnata, C
HE masse al aeaasn -Is
" I tlcally erer and very aooa the
I studios will be closing and
ting to sundry places across
the water. Munich la a lode
star of Intense drawing powers. .There,
after fighting and scorning the mad king
Ludwlg's (was he ao mad after all?) plan
to build bis friend Wagner a dream
festival bocse. the Munich people have
at last forgotten their hatred of the aaaa
who ao absorbed their rules, and la the I
prtsmit regent's time have fashioned a
wondrous opera house, where pilgrim
from all over the world go to hear the
master's music. Munich la still second to
Beyrouth, not in artistic way, but the
fact remain that Wagner and Ludwlg
received a cold shoulder la the Bavarian
capitol. and they took their dream te
Beyrouth. There they saw It fulfilled.
and all the rich personal side of the
la there. Ton see his home, the
peaceful "Wahnfrted," hie Ivy covered
grave with his dog bailed Quite near to
Mm. Ton know that Co! ma. daughter of
Liast, and also wife 'of Ton Bulow, la
etill alive and somewhere close about.
At last you take a flower to the tomb
of Llstt. Ton the steeped la the romance
of memory. All about yen seem to be
mists of past friendship, genlu and
greatness. Munich can never steal this
flavor. Better go to both festivals and
enjoy each ta 1U way.
At the Bef theater as Munich are given
the great Mozart festivals. Rather odd
isn't It that one city should b the gala
name of two such contrasting geniuses.
Mosart. the Greek; cool, simple, purely
melodious la his fashioning of bis
material, end Wagner, the persooifloatloa
of tempests and passions.
The musia of Mosart. as on hears
It in Die Zaaberglote. Is music without
desire," says Symons, "mualo content
with beauty, and te be Itself. It has
what Coventry Patmor called a glit
tering peace." To Patmor that quality
distinguished supreme art of Mosart: Is.
In Its kind, supreme. It, and, indeed,
the art haa an adorable purity of
form and It haa no need lb look
outside those llmltv which It has
formed or fixed for Itself. He gives
you harmony that doe not need to mean
anything outside Itself In order to be
supremely beautiful, and he gives you
beauty with a certain exquisite for-
mallty." '. '
The iessoa to me In these two con
trasting festivals Is this: Art and genius
crrsisttte In many forms. We . should
therefore be broad and flexible la our
appreciations. We may like on kind
of thin, but all goodness and beauty
ahould b encouraged te make Its per
At the Royal Opera lest spring I heard
a gala performance of "Die Zauber
flote." . The emperor had taken a very
special Interest, and bought the elaborate
and spectacular scenery himself. It waa
gorgeoutly put on, and very well aung.
Frieda Hsempel was to have had the
role of "The Queen of th Night," but
something hsppened to prevent bitterly
to our disappointment. She come this
fall to the Metropolitan, and nest season
win doubtless see a revival of Mosart's
opera in America, purely for her aaka
As I look back It la hard to tell which
gave me the moat pleasure, "The Magic
Flute," or "Trlttan." though I know
that I Ilk "Tristan" th best. Poor
old K reuse, who sang tht latter, split
sp so . fearfully and awfully in the
second act I suffered for .him. He went
right en singing, with his voice crack
ing and breaking Ilka a pmwheel, and
at last he managed to get on th track
gain. Fancy that besutlful love scene,
with Isold palpitating and the tenor
Just literally squawking in spots. Awful!
One night I heard Van Dyke actually
go to pieces, and give up the Job in the
second act of "Tannhaueer." I rather'
admired Krause for sticking It out As
he was dying most of the time la th
third act there was some sense In his
trying. As a whole the performance
wa very fine, and the orchestra par
I have my eye on a tenor who is, in
my Judgment, going to grow Into the
great Wagnerian roles and interpret them
more satisfactorily than anyone we have
heard In America for years. This man
is Charles Dalmore. Burrlaa I not great,
except aa Herod In "Salome." Jadlowfcer
is Just fair, not distinctive, rramstad's
Else way overshadowed him.
When one remember Lilll Lehmann and
Kordica, and Max Alvary and Jean d
Reeske. It Is difficult to make these raor
modern people come up to one' standard,
lenui t -statu J JI v ussa sru sra.t
get back to more tangible matter. You
my musical friend, where. In Germany er
France, will you aojeurn thl summer?
If you will tell me I shall be moat glad
to record It
To those Omaha and New York friends
who nave so generously contributed to
the Jules Lumbard fund I would like to
say that Mr. Lumbard and Ms aged sister-in-law
have been moved Into a ama'l
detached house la Chicago and made very
comfortable. A very devoted friend, a
Miss Patterson, take care of them and
looks after them. It ha been a great
pleasure to be a small wheel In the ma
chinery of bringing this result about .f
really fine people didn't hate ao awfully
to have their finenesses discovered and
recognised, I'd like' to pin the credit
where It most certainly belong. Such a
nice letter from Mr. Hun ton of th Cud
shy Packing company, wh used to nv
la Omaha and knew Mr. Lumbard well
for ten or eleven years. He went to see
him and found him playing checker, bit
favorite way of passing the time. Mr.
Lumbard had no recot lection at all ef
him, but greeted Mm in the ghost of his
old hearty way. Aa Mr. Hunton said,
"Even in hie ashes snors bis wonted
fires" be offered me a drink and a
If there are any more good friend wh?
wish to give a few dollar, they may fed
sure that they will be well used.
I have three book which I would like
te recommend for summer reading and
summer as the beat time in th world
to read worth-while things.. "Play.
Acting and Music" It a book ef theory
by Arthur Bymon. the great English
writer and critic, and ta dedicated To
Manric Maeterllsck in friendship and
admiration." Back . delightful, finished
and subtle criticism one. seldom meets.
Ton may not agree with It all. but you'll
enjoy it and It will arouse many new
Ideas, and set various wheel In motion.
This last year er two a youngish saaa
named Robert H. Sehauffler ha been
writing quite out of the ordinary articles
upon musle for the Atlantic and the Out
look 1 remember one especially which
attract ed attention, viz., "The Creative
Listener." Now. Mr. Sehauffler baa got
ten all these essgya together and under
ta title, "The Musical Amateur," offers
them In book-form' to the. public, - Hit
dedication Is Indicative of bis humor and
; ;X In: alGreat;Play .
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Mt HELE.w WAIIB.
How dots It feel to be a star? The
answer te that queatlon I very discourag
ing; It I one that la likely to knock
Into a cocked hat the delusion which the
publle ha about the star whoa name
hung In electric light In front of
the theater. , ,
"Being a star Isn't any fun,'' says
Helen Wart, who will appear at the
Brandela next Sunday night In' "The
Price." "Why, If the right man came j
along today, I'd give up the atag and
settle down with him In a little home
and be the happiest woman in th world.
With th little children that t want
about me, I know I could find a Joy In
life that being a star could never, never
afford ma But being a star and baring
a child of your own don't go together.
Having no horn and no little kiddles
about you Is one of th price you pay
for being a star. - '
"It never, never succeeds, this attempt
of theatrical stars to marry a man who
isn't on the stage and then remain on
the atage themselves. Home or your
nam en the electric sign you've got to
choose between them, it you want te be
a star. Personally, I think It 1 a terrible
price to pay. .
"Thla sounds ss If I didn't get any
satisfaction out of my success, but I do,
but not In the way that tha public thinks
a star gets pleasure out of her triumphs.
Th ttar gits little satisfaction out of
seeing his name or her name In the
lights, er headlined on the billboard. The
true aatlsfsctlon comes from seeing my
self progress snd Improve la my work.
"Being a ttar, a I said before, la not
much fun. But getting to be one Is a
delightful mixture of pain and delight
It is a case of tight fight fight; and
then gloat gloat gloat or groan, groan,
groan, accordingly as your tight ended
In success or defeat At first It seems
ss it everything is against you. And
you're right; everything is sgalnst you.
"When you begin your struggle, you
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memory of rare day and night with
opus fifty-nine." -
The third book la Memories and Im
pressions by Ford Msdox Hueffer, whose
father was musle critic of the Time ra
London, n the dsya when Li est waa eon
cmtttng. The - pra-Rapbaelitea mainly
move through this volume, in a blase of
Interest and genltrs. but It also haa tta
distinct musical side. A a book of
personal reminiscence It la on of the
moat refresh mg' and remarkable, that I
have ever read. -
If you are browning among the maga
sines, read John Os Is worthy's article in
the Atlantic, "Vague Thought oa Art."
It 4ias a world of good stuff la it
'. . ' - T - .. MARY LEARNED.
2u? -Mi ))
find that there are ttar on th stag
who think they are th last stage the
world will ever ate, and that there to
room for no more, not even for yea.
Teu can't blame them, because they
want to be ahown that you have ability.
Their attitude toward yon la "no." Ton
have to Chang this attitude t "yes."
"Weil, one by one the little successes
come. Strangely enough you , discover
that, after all, the very system against
which you seem to be fighting 1 only
toe willing te receive you. If you eaa only
show them that yon have the ability.
Every little success make you happy
Every set-back makes you miserable
But tha happiness outweigh th disap
pointments. If you hsvs real ability and
you fight on.
"Whenever girl ask ma whether I
advise her to go oa th stsgs I say to
" 'It all depend en th sort of a
woman you are. Way down In your
soul, do you know that tha thing you
want most In life. If God it good to you,
Is a husband, a home, and babies T If
you do, then, don't go on th stage. Walt
for th man,"'
"Sometimes a girl says to me: WeH,
can't I wait tor. him while I'm on the
"And I answer! Tea but by the time
he comes you won't be th sort of a
woman you hsvs been It you hd waited
for him. off th stags. If you are to
be a great star you Just pass through
tremendous experiences; you must know
emotions, before you can depict them.
And the school of the world In which
emotions are taught doesn't turn out
good wives, little girl!" y
Births sued Deaths.
BlrthsPbllllps and Rests Kdman, fta
Franklin, boy; Joe and Orance Fahne
stock, Benson, boy: H. H. and Anna
Bishop, am North Forty-first, boy; Henry
and Grace Balrd, not North Fortieth, boy.
Deathe-Wlllls Landon. year. St.
Joseph' hospital: Phllomsna Turns. 11
year. rKB South Fifteenth.
for a child.
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