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the woman who superintended the toa
making. "I wish I knew who makes
"That's easy. I make them myself."
"You do? How in the world do you
get that lovely V shape in tho front?''
"That? Why, I just cut aV outcf
the skirt band."
"Ladies," rappod tho preaidont, "it
has been moved and seconded that wo
adjourn and visit the Mower bods. All
in favor of visiting tho ilower beds will
please signify it. by saying, Ayo. Con
trary minded, No. The ayes have it.
The club is adjourned.1' Kansas City
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BY MISS SAIt.MI WOOL MOOItK.
(For Tho Courier.)
In the imperial Academy of Fine Arts
at Vienna a beautiful custom prevails
through which tho professors, after a
life long service, look forward to their
retirement as to a sort of coronation.
When the age-limit of three score and
ten is reached another year called tho
"honor year" is added, and for twelve
months the out-goer is the most con
spicuous Oguro of the art school, tho
toast of masters and students, tho pride
express itsolf in any medium, but
most frankly and fully in color, has
placed his mark upon many of tho now
municipal and imperial palaces of legis
lation, of education and of recreation
which charactorizo modern Vionna.
Tho Emperor's logo at tho Court Tho
atro ib decorated by a friezo from hia
hand roprosonting tho elomental forces
Bubducd by tho Graces: in this most
harmonious composition ho proves him
Bolf both Master and Master of tho
Graces. In tho Parliament House epoch
making scones from Grook and Roman
history illuminate tho wblls of tho Cham
ber of Peers: tho Gothic Rathhaus has
a group of frescoes in which allegory
and tradition are mingled. It is in tho
personifications of this group that mom
bora of the family Eisenmonger may bo
recognized, thinly masked. The boau
litul profile of Mrs. Eisenmonger is
appropriated by tho grandly concoived
Austria charioteoring tho ship of state,
and tho handsome features of hor favor
ito son appear in tho face of tho genius
bending over her.
In tho composition representing Vin
dobona, tho old Latin Mother-City of
Vienna, tho artist himself is moro than
suggested in tho long, languid, pliant
figure of Father Danube, his pensive
gaze, his beard repeating in its wavo
Stories of his youth- ko undulation, the rushing of tho tor
strugglep with envious 'ont which leaps from tho overturned
of tho academy,
f ul prowess, his
fato and his triumphs aro on every
tongue and become a part of tho tra
ditionary lore of the institution. Tho
patriarchal relation re establishes itself
as in the youth of tho world, for Art
lives forward and back in all tho years
the creative power is the eternally pres
ent I Am.
This relation is no imitation and
masquerade, but a fitting expression of
The year 1901 is especially festive at
amphora beaido him these are tho
physical traits of Eisoumongor.
Frescoes in tho groat concort hall of
tho Musik-verein building, tho ceilings
of tho museums, altar-pieces in tho
churches, tho splendid Btago-curtain of
the Augsburg theatre aro among the
masterpieces of Eisenmonger's genius.
It also the genial and generous qualities
of character, tho lofty and loveablo
personality of which he id himself so
unconscious, could bo immortalized into
the outside world would know what a
loss the academy sustains in tho retire
ment of Prof. August Eisenmonger,
the Viennese Art Academy on Schiller- 60mo material form to refresh posterity,
platz. It is tho "honor year" of two
illustrious masters, Eisonmenger and
Zumbusch, men who have always en
joyed an immense popularity and who
are now receiving an ovation of con
gratulations from pupils and admirers
scattered all over the world.
A Viennese journal "Das Interessaulo
Blatt" of April 4th says: "Tho acade
my is about to suffer a great loss. At
the end of tho present student year
two of the most distinguished artists
who have contributed to tho fame of
Austria will leave its staff. They aro
Professors Caspar von Zumbusch and
August Eisenmonger, the former of
whom is acting rector. Both of these
illustrious artista have passed their
eve ntioth year and aro now absolving
the so-called 'honor year' of tho acade
my. According to the statutes at sev
enty they must retire.
"Far beyond the boundaries of Aus
tria these artists are known, Prof. Cas
par von Zumbusch as sculptor, Prof.
August Eisenmenger as painter, and
great iB the tale of art-loving students
who have entered the realms of the
beautiful under their leadership.
Strange to say both these gentlemen are
not only of the same age, but have held
their positions during the samo length
of time. Zumbusch has been in activo
service at the academy twenty eight
years, and both were born in 13.'50."
The city of Vienna rejoices in tho
possession of masterly creations by each
of these artists. To Zumbusch was en
trusted a series of monumental works,
the culmination of which is the stupen
dous Maria Theresa monument with its
colossal groups and reliefs almost as
imposing in effect as the magnificent
twin Museums between which it stands
on the Kingstrasse.
It is, however, his Beethoven monu
ment, with its beautiful symbolism and
pathetic portrait statue, which has most
endeared Zumbusch to the Viennese
EiBenmenger, whose rich nature can
Is That of the British Doctors in the Sheldon
Block, Cor. of 11th and N Sts., Lincoln,
Nebr. These Eminent Gentlemen
are Giving Their Services Free
for Three Months to All
Invalids Who Call Up
on Them Before
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitute, at the urgent solicitation of a
large number of patients under their
care in thiB country, have established
a permanent branch of tho Institute in
this city, at the office, corner of Eleventh
and N streets, in the Sheldon block.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely freo
for three months (medicines excepted)
to all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and July 10th.
These services will not only consist of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical operations.
The object in pursuing this course is
to become rapidly and personally ac
quainted with the sick and afflicted, and
under no condition will any charge what
ever be mado for any Bervicea rendered
for three months to all who call before
The doctors treat all forms of disease
and deformities, and guarantee a cure
in every case they undertake. At tho
first interview a thorough examination
is made; and, if incurable, you are frank
ly and kindly told so; also advised
against spending your money for use
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also rupture
goitre, cancer, all skin diseases and all
diseases of the rectum are positively
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The chief consulting surgeon of the
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