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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1913)
THE SEMLMONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION
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There is a Ccrtain-tced
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and crate of shingles,
(jet prices from your
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uhat direction tliil tltpy extend T St mo
ns lit? would, ho could not bring back the
picture which n nioiiu'iit before had boon
so clour to him.
What had Amos shown him ? Ihul
Anus shown him anything
Tho horror of the thought clutched him
by tho throat. Xol It was true! Ho
had soon that figure of four dimensions,
dourly, distinctly! It was no dream; it
was real, real! Ho would recall Amos at
once but suppose Amos could not re
member? Had Amos really boon in the
With an inarticulate cry, Hidgluy
sprang to his feet, dashed from tho room
and down tho dim, wide corridor. Wrench
ing open the door, ho was almost hurled
from his feet by n terrific jjust of wind.
He seized tho railing and peered out
through tho gloom. A hundred yards
away, Amos was hurrying across the
It had been no dream I
Tho wind shrieked liko a thousand
furies; then, suddenly, all was quiet. Tho
sky was blotted out by an inky pall.
"Amos! " The loud call rang out over
The hurrying figure stopped, turned.
Uidgley beckoned wildly.
"Come back! " he shouted.
"Coming, Bir! "
And then the heavens were split by a
sheet of llamo; tho very earth seemed to
tremble in the terrific detonation of thun
der. Iiidgley shrank back, covering his
eyes with his hands.
When ho looked again, Ames had van
ished; but something lay prone upon the
grass a sinister something that was
very, very still.
Liko a man walking in sleep, Kidgloy
descended tho stops. Hending over tho
prostrate figure, ho turned tho white face
Jlen wore running across tho campus;
a little crowd gathered.
"He's gone," some one said.
nidgley bent lower; his lips moved.
"I can't rememlier, Boy," ho mut
tered. 1 ' You 've taken it with you taken
it with you."
The Art of Pantomime
(.Continued from Page S)
The most ambitious effort was the En
fant Prodiguo, a genuine comedy in
three acta by M. Michel Carre, with
music by M, Alfred Wormser. This
wordless play on tho perennially attrac
tive theino of the Prodigal Son proved to
lo tho modern masterpiece of panto
mime. It was limpidly clear in its story;
it was ingeniously put together in its
plot; it combined humor and pathos;
and it was devoid of the acrobatic fea
tures and of tho slapstick fun which have
generally been considered the inevitable
accessories of pantomime.
The convention underlying pantomime
is that we are beholding a story carried
on by a race of beings whoso natural
method of communicating information
and ideas is gesture just as tho con
volition of opera is that wo aro behold
ing a story carried on by n race of
beings whoso natural method of com
muiiieating information and ideas is
song. No such races of beings out ox
isted; but wo must admit the existence
of such races ns a condition precedent to
our enjoyment of puutomimo and of
opera. Tolstoy found fault with the
ooratie hero who sang with his dying
breath, and in itself this may be an ab
surdity, but it is an absurdity inherent
in the fundamental principle of all
opera. Tt may bo equally absurd to do
maud us to admit of the possibility of
creatures whoso only mode of sK'och is
gesture; but this is the fundamental
principle of all pantomime. Tho spec
tators must accept the art as it is, its it
should bo; and the performers must re
frain from any suggestion that they
would speak if they could. This under
lying convention is violated in Sutnurun
when the Hunchback gives a shriek of
horror when ho sees tho woman ho loves
in the arms of another man. It is vio
lated again in the same piny when Sum
n run and two attendants tire heard sing
ing. If Sumurun can sing, why can she
not speak? If the Hunchback can shriek
and sob audibly, why is he ordinarily re
duced to mere gesture!
Fred J. Wanner, so well known to all motorists and
official starter in all the Big Motor races, in an article in a
recent issue of "House Beautiful", says
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skidding devices. I have seen substitutes for chains skid, and skid liadly, too, when
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the road surface is covered with slippery mud or slime. What can be claimed how
ever, for certain treads is that they skid a deal less than ordinary smooth treads.
However, I have been on tours when expert drivers of cars equipped with so-called
non-skidding tires required even two sets of chains on cadi rear wheel in order to
obtain sufficient traction."
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