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HowFraulsm MziWagner Plans toest
( The Throne from the "Fickle "French.
Capital s Queens of Loveliness '
eoftened by her many youthful charm and enlivened
by her magnificent large dark eyes.
Few have been more warmly admired than Tor
tola Valencia, the Spanish dancer. She incarnate
No -woman of such strikingly regular beauty is the fiery, voluptuous type of beauty of Spain.
now prominent on the Paris stage. Paris, as a rule,
does not ask for that kind of beauty. Paris de-
The beautiful, dainty Monna Delza represents a
line Italian type of beauty. She is one who would
mands dash, daring, wickedness, eccentricity any- have delighted the exquisite taste of the Borgias.
thing but regularity. Still, Fritzi Wagner may win
because there is no one just like her.
Gaby Deslys represents the saucy, slangy style .
of the native-born Parisian. , She is not a beauty,
Among the rivals she will seek to outshine are but she Is daring to the limit
the saucy Gaby Deslys, the dainty Monna Delza, the
Mme. Regina Badet has made a brilliant success
voluptuous Tortola Valencia, the exquisite Greuze, by her Greek dances and Greek impersonations. But
the demure Martyl and the refined Renouardt ' her figure, though very pleasing in many respects; ti
- No woman In recent years has won quite such a too opulent to fulfill Greek ideals. The true cos
coisseur In Greek figures will demand a harder and
, Each one of these actresses has some remarkable
attraction. Not one of them, however, possesses the
place in the Parisians' hearts as the unhappy Lan
telme. Her chief attraction lay in her great, soul
ful, wistful eyes, that seemed to mirror some ter
rible sorrow. Every prize was hers wealth, fame,
houses, Jewels, yachts, horses and a millionaire bus- "classical purity of outline which nature and her
band. At the height of her celebrity she fell Into German 'anceatry. have ; given .to.Prauleln FritzJ
the River Rhine and was drowned, . ; Wagner.;
Lantetma was' the daughter of a Polish Janitor, , That Is why she 'expects to 'win the crown of
and her case Is an illustration of the very cosmo-, , .beauty, for. a brief period from.the. fickle Parisian,
politan taste of the Parisians In beauty. public
FraulcinFritii and herMrror
ARIS is the paradise of women. . It is the city where cessful actresses of German birth on the Parisian stage, but
Beauty, cnann. talent, impudence or any temlnlno they have concealed the fact by calling themselves Alsatians
or Belgians or Austrians anything but Prussians from Berlin.
Now a brave German girl is going to Paris to try to con-
quality whatever receives the highest reward.
, Parts has raved over beauty from nearly every
corner of the earth beaut from England, beauty from 8paln. quer this ancient prejudice. She makes no secret of her nlac
beauty from Italy, beauty from Greece, beauty from Holland, of origin, for she has made her great success at the Resident
beauty from Scandinavia, beauty from Bulgaria, beauty from Theatre, Berlin.
Cambodia. , This German invader i rrr.nl6!n Pr!!l wmor r. k
taemy. the capital not merely of German, but of Prusola.
But up to- the present Paris has not raved over beauty picture and Judge whether ohe Is likely t overcome the preju.
from Berlin. BerUn hr the headquarters of the hereditary dices and win the admiration of beauty-loving Frenchmen.
Fritzi Wagner has features of classical purtt. Her profile
Eerlla Incarnates the race that dealt Paris the most cruel would have delighted a Greek sculptor. During the past year
(low she ever received, the race that Invaded Parts when she so -woman's face has been so much photographed in Berlin,
eras at the height of her luxurious prosperity and forced her and no other woman's photographs have sold so hugely. ' Art-
ts live on Borsemeat for a time. lets, too, have eagerly sought for the privilege of painting her
CcaiqunUy an artlat from Berlfr been the ont tiling portrait
Czt Tarts could not endure. Thert b.;wi been sue- The classic lines of Frttzl Wagner's face and figure are
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