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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
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fllTtKH DATA WITH A CAJt-'
aWlfCLB," by William Collar.
That la tli? title of thle etory.
But before WO delve deeply and quaff of
Ita rich, plilloaopiili ill humor, lot us
fleet get m mlmt photograph of our
earnest mint authoi .
Ha la lying, (owned In a rl-h yellow
dressing robe, with funny little curled-up-et-the-toee
allppera prelecting Ma
unresisting feet, on the bed In hla apart
ment In the Alfonqtlla Hotel. There
art no other pliyalr.il signs or the car-
WILLIK AND HI8 CARB UNCLE.
buacle. which waa removed by a deft
a irgeon laal Wednesday, than a clean
white tiandage and a a-nlle of reslgna-
Hon adorning Die comedian' a kindly :
Mr. Collier waa unable to manipulate a
pencil, ao an Kvenlng World reporter
d! It for him. I
"Tea. I want you to write a funny
atory about your carbuncle," the r.
porter had sskeo. i
Tno comedian raised hlmielf and hlsimy left a.de anJ 'Iiunk' beat me to !
evebrowa. by giving an Imitation of a anake dan
In fac', 'he darltvf fellow got out f t a Hottentot cabaret
1x4. i "Hut aa an arttatlc Illustration o
Perhaps my dear young man. yon I coloring a carbuncle reigns aupreme. I
think It'a funny to auyiport a carbuncle te deep bright Harvard red In tile cen
un Mia back' of your nock. Did you aver! It and then gradually assumes m
allow one to adorn Its nm auefa ntui
our helples person No Well, I .e
got to be funny. T suppose, aort o'
drop-e,-nlcke'.!n-the-r.lot-nia hinc affair,
eh T'll go one. Now I'm going o prove
LOOK UP AND CHEER
New York OltTi frm Weetchei
ter vlllaae and the farthermoat
reacoiee or anaraie, a:ao sw lorx
"lty, cornea the eame cheerful report
tha erowa are flying north That i a
alga of an eaay n Inter.
No lean than three dorkl of rrqwi
winged their "v due north over tn
hrade of Mayo- Oavn r ano the .-t.itue
of Justice on tha CltV Hall t"ia wvk
There e no dlaputlng that fa. . it t
vouched for no lea, than three
Bildce iquad policemen whoae veracity
haa not beatj put to tha luet before
the AMermanlo committee
TO be auve, the pott Cam en failed to get
tha Bamea and addi emj.-x of the I rowa
a a dM anlmala In the etty'g MCnag'
I cries aie going IB be pot to work
lo earn their salt. Park Commia
a ..liar tetver says, ftomeune hat tipped
;'n that In Puna the sm Inhabltanta
psy for their keep hv pulling baby carts
mmM nlh.r 1 1 Orel Vehicles lU'OUllli. Tile
' l'ark Commlealoner, therefore. Ian t go
ing to atand for am more soldiering at
Central Park or the Bronx .on
Head Keener Billy sny.ler at the Ar-
aenal and Curator Dltmai a In the Bronx
Jungle have put their heads together and
evolved a echedule of union hours and
I'm a comadlmn, for I'm Ibt guy that
put the car In carbuncle. Ha! Ha!
Ouch!" Mr. Oolllar laughed, mud the"
former realden e of the carbuncle nb-J
Jected. "Don't make ma laugh again,)
young man,'' aald tha actor, resting'
carefully agnlnat the cualilona behind,
hla hack. Then there waa an Interval'
of alienee, while Mr. "olller tenderly
felt tha ba'k of hla neck. i
'I've apent three daya with myaeif'
und thla carbuncle." ha mueed. "Three!
Ion, unhappy daya. but M'g taught me.
patience, goodneaa to men and dumb'
anlmala and when I get well It will!
I probably hand me a laugh.
I "If f-eome one had told me that a'
carbuncle had eurh a aenae of humor.
1 as It haa I would have aent for the'
dippv wagon. A carbuncle la only an-,
other nan.e for Mark Twain. It come,
leually when you have the hlgheat kind;
of a collar on and when you have to.
employ all the mtieclea of your neck 111'
the time. Thla came In the very middle!
of a scene In "Never Bay Die' lmat week..
I I and my carbuncle friend went to the'
dressing room and talked it all over.,
Bunk.' 1 aald. 'why can't you waif
until next aummer. then you can be
even wanner and hotter than you are'
now? If you're real good maybe Pit
taVe von down to St. Jamea'a beach and!
get yon aunbiirned. then vou'll be able
to make a" the other carbunclea bluah'
with ehame.' But do you think 'Bunk
i would etand for II. No. he Juet awe
i up with rage and fried to ace If h
I could make me bite my Hp off.
j "After m few daya we weren't i;9
; epeaktng terme, and Tueaday night d'p-i
j lomanc relatione were off. and 00 wis
, I. It waa Impossible for ma to plaj
, One thing an actor never wnnta to (Jo
; la dleappolnt hla puhll-. j d,Pare,I
, war on BtinTt T aent for Dr. Oecar,
. I.elaer and me heM a d-a f h watch en
I him. But he died hnd. lie need ever
I little burn, Itch, tickle and twitch t
hla command, ao the doctor committed
murder and cut him out.
Ob, yea yea- a carbuncla !a et:angelyfb'lntl buah."
humoroug. 'Bunk' before hla demise!
wa " fellow. Insleted upon hol.l-
ln converaatlon with me. particularly'
WJ,e 1 wealed to eleep.
lr 1 1,v down on my right aide
'Bunk' would take all the nervea In my'
ne "n ,wl' them lnt a Bailor's
knot and then plav the prlaon acene
rrom rauat on tnem. Then I tried
variety of n Scotch r.la.d at ti i ' '
' it around the eun .undlng territory
if vour neck. It waa Juat na ood aa I
- era lamp on an au'omohlle at night,
' ould etwgyg aeo me going away
UP, NEW YORKERS;
ARE FLYING NORTH'
an overnight wl.lch haa Ita ejttenuatlne
ctrcumatancea. However, the-e you gn
the rruwe are flying north ivcr ("It
NaJI an ! the reat of the elly, Itp.o
are exnecfed from Alhanv. Painted
Poat, i"at:a:idalgua and p,.lnta north,
old ami tl era on Staten Uland, who
rati tell t.te time of day by amelllngd
clam they carry In their pocket, aa
that the rrowa haven't Mown north ll
January atnrt Wov. nuiaer waa a liti
hoy 1 1 i prop eale.l by thern thm t
ineatia not only an e.iry m'liil.T. bit'
tfontmuad advance In t lie high COIt
liVkegi aotncthtng arartllng to be d
veloped b' the I'urran committee ft.
a general lease breaking and ear
moving on thg purt of the froundhOgi
No More Loafing
genie. -, employment! tor toe dty'i log!
os .n (camera and fur. L'nieaa Sa o
Oompers or the federation of Labor
emits a l.wid am im l.t behalf of t.."
rights of the laboring ma-, l.e Sir. .ler
Dltinars slate arlll go t irougU,
fine of the most lucoeagful lltlia wor t-
era in tne Bronx Z.io will be the hnliy
Thibetan yak. Now the yob Is as .--t
on Intellect as '.e is In Dame, hut Nat :.
haa adorned him With a sort of exag
gerated all-wool union auit. which he
weera winter ami summer with careless
indifference. The nan on hll unmentloc-
Belasco's New Role of Stage Animal Trainer,
He Declares, Makes Him Feel Like a Boy Again
zMir. IT r nwr-Ai i
1 1 Mm m III
HiWith Plenty of Pie He In
spired Youthful Actors
to Do Their Best for "A
Good Little Devil."
BY CHARLES DARNTON.
riiK ilog'a a man."
"And the deer'g a boy.'
The rooater'a another boy hiding
"Juat big nnougb to atanl agga.
Wliat do yo i think the aqulrrel la?"
"Olvo It up!"
"A man'a band. And ao It goea."
"Through the wli.iic menagerie?"
"No," aiisncri d David Belasro In o
irokrn voice, "the rabblta are rab
alti. They're real. And real rHtiblt3
are n great responalblllty "
In hit new role of animal trainer Mr
Hi iuac j felt confiilent of eerythln .. I
ibe 'abhlta I'p.m the rift of hla tron'iel
trained tinge anlmala he c.ii..itod
v th ce.'nlntv If v ... ik.
,i,h fri.n.i. -,. , .... i
...... v ' ' ' vapna lilt II Jf It
for Juliet. ha blind gel: I. In the i.itnatl
........... prmmuewon, you kiiow tnat A I
1004 Little Devil" haa 'icen glen morel
'ban Ita due. It ! only becauac Juliet I
haa not acquired fie balcony habit.
rhapt. that tha aTOTflai along with-
nit a aacrei' white eleohanf
Hounding up thtiee aiage anlmala
a aa g.od run aa being a boy again,'
'jiighfd Mr. llclairn, fren.i from u hair
ut that had taken ten yeara off hla
life. 1 atarte.l early laal aummrr irei
tlngj Imltgtora of animate to make
I u. let'a yard aound Ilka a toologUal
-'a, den. I'll at ol ail. I trapped Cejrge
Stewart, whuae Imltal one of h'rdl and
anlmala attracted mi attention, i
aught him In vaudeville, A little la-ei
i raretvod a note from a young ia.lv,
hs MinanMi woo nae
:ani;e and giving parlr
"She tpoke of .icr Imitations of'
il:d. und nne da;, to my dellglu, I 1
i.ard them. She wanted a 'part,' and'
In order to get her for her Imltatloni '
cae her one She in, tie long-Cat!
pari of Lady Cdveftdlah and at one1
,nt In the play ahe remarki. I be- I
leva, Oh, dear, how very lolly" The;
st of the tlmo ahe Imps around un- !
i n. singing Ilka a bird. She ia won- .
-fu' 1 lild her that I wanted hftl
la atudv the nightingale, no matter
for the Animals in New
i s from a fool and a half to two
feet lung. ID has a kind ej . . nevsrthe
leea, though me who hai got into
hli winter flanneii ami j. aeratched
Ovary plare lo- cm rea ii WOUld hardi
. ii in tns animate lttlHtn.
Tha ak will be mg..e the muni, lyal
doormai for tha entian e to Director
riomaday'l n"- with a large "Wel
come" painted on h s aterhogrd aide. Ho
Will be laug'it lo be a .arpet ewceper
after triors. n hla 'ompatilon ple.c
will he the largeal o' the bull elk, who
WIN work eight huirs s dsy a: hat.
ii W. , , i A
I J H Tmm U I
I ' 21 1
"uw ,n,Kh "'"B
int. Then i
i y thing aeema i
v ben ' l'e and
the doie mat
uug:u ner a wove, n
to be go ng aplendldl
i.rwa ica. i. J ma that
i in k of luui'llneax.
l put on my
hat and went
mt and bought a main
for the dov.-
dove. After thnt ....In or.
eoordlng to reaeaurlng reporta,
Wgg ore. glad POttg. Thla made me
teel there was hape for 'A CJod Lit till
Devil' after all."
slapping iila knees. Mr. BelaeCQ
"I m yonewlna toil only my youth b i
my aMMUwod! While I've never pro.
iiuced a fairy play JUel I ke thla one I
put on any number of chrlatmni pnnt9
mimes in h.i ii granclaoQ twenty-odil
cara ago. nnd mote ha.i that 1 ha; -:
. -.-i through ever. mood Of tins llOj
Who Uvea In Fairyland and lalkg to in
atara, To nnd guide i gem back
the Bb'.rlt of my o n Uoi ood nnd I II
HAL DwNED WLLl
1 1 MY are telling a p; I ator) .iloni;
roadwi) ' I Btnnloi . i
well hno'.vn tlie.itilc.il man. It
wna rlgh'. after 'he New Year a ce'e
oi itlon end Doc 1 ad dined wi II, 'n ft '.
Ae the atory goes. Ps..l Keith wag
etrolllnj along Klf-.i avenue In from of
the Public Library at Korty-eecotid
street. Which Is two bit d- fn.m the
Crand Central Rtatlon lie nine 1 to
J look at the maaelve building with i
ra. kli.g J.ja' n it Ie I
1 llrgttor'l sail"' .iai
i ' ii ator Dltmara has
of rgptllOl J 'at the one
an adlun.i lo t
part :n. -lit. Ti Id Ie it in
tile Amazon kuOWO iu
Th patlen' i .rat .r -
him to climb through e
wrlk and under Ihe i
n I. pile t "i
put to work a i
t art;, leg" dea
i iifange fi un
s i f be. i enake,
j!n i ly ira nln j
r i ks In lie side.
iiMitig to ie over
gold HUM)) ..oriei
nlckete pgwn tlcketi
an-l other hOUaehOlal
'lroppe.1 through cas
ia. .les thai are
i apern'rag by i to
eaicleea thr.mgs. T' r-
my whole ttual In It. It'a like innate
it you Keep the rhythm of it you can't
k wrong. Tha only duugir ilea in
tflklng a falre note. You get the
Rtualc n your eoul and let it play the
lod) t" the and A alngl" larrlni
-an, thai vou can, get f
' ' 10 'nii '' " " '
i. .ii . i ...laain.e. un you O cmnm aim
i' ..i in v.. .ii audience. L,f ,' gtv, ,tvni i Hcot n accent, lu
liii,' nudnd Mr. Helaaco, taking tnH flist and lam a fairy play-an.l
j a long breath, 'a produotlou of iblalthere is no accent in fair y land I loi
e..il .s chi' I s play compared with on- ' thai matter, the at ry might be told b
i. ... ...... ,'.... iimk... the llal.ts nloii" I've revealed HIV fan-
1 v.. ,r f ln icil.in ' The Banal .un, nil
i ' s to produce ib one like 'Peter
I tirlmm In lui i, . i.eiiea it ie tha mailt
I.IIkuIi piny ever produced on any
h'.a.e. 1 I. i
eplrlta and i
I y ll rn:
I iu were, aeaung w.u, a,
" ssmmr IO SUMf
""" gnoai in
quite another mattur
of all a lor of good
Ii " iiuidi'-n pisy tin .nir-
IN NEW YORK.
funni in i ha foregre md. jm
ihen ii" saw two aortaf l leading :i
taking Ii lend Doo Stanley out u
Iho big 1 na' f bUiM tlbg.
-..i . ahat'l I ie rouble he In, i III cij
going to th d of Hue.
i .inn i kno.. air," replied one of the
port.". "We don't knoW what in .1,,
Willi liiia man. Thla la the fifth Hw,.
We have p it this man out of the build-
hi and h,. atlil inalsta on buying a
t.ckct to Mount Vernon.'
e. i fin. I on nls i:tt,e bell
Taking hll CUg from the elty'g tre-.l-
p iinttop lyitemii the cagr of .he Brong
ul Imill 'ends to estaol' h a OJaJapagua
liell line rapid tiarlt servh-e from one
anee i I thi groundd t' another, t e
!..: p.iyo- ton, i. hhw in tne sou ha e
about lha lige and Ihe general entoul
of a r fth avenue aiage ehggala, AH the
Ftroni animal tendera will '.ave to i'!
now is to build up a pay .ga you enter
tonnegu nn en h ol the lortolMl ani
turn 0m 'nose.
The Inli i-' orough m'lll he heater a -Ity
Real Rabbits Were
Trained on Their Favor-
ite Salad to "Play Up
at End of Second Act
tor tiumi be held op to mil tire Willi i
aleudy hand -''.. ulluti cannot a tin
glaaa from tielna ahutteic'l.
"But let'a gel '' to 'A ll'N'.l l.ltlle'
Devil,' " he proPoaod, with a b"yl'i
ainlle. 'Thla la the HnM time a fairy
plaV haa been pr.'l i il without ,i all.
mite if mcjdental mur e, and apparent! ,
It'a not inlaae.1. It -a male up Uy I .e
mualcul gurgle of the talrliia who a e
.up;..-.' I lu lie atnglni In the air.
Thora'a no bailee I trouldn't have that)
ThiTc ale morely cricket and aquln-'l-ami
hrelllea ami rabbit I and falrti I
l .e ti.ed nut io nuk II epooMeular 11
the thliiga thai cuiiie from RttTOUe
labollea braneVnem) iva done yaari a..
I do Iheiii rlmplv without me.-hanl n
And I'll do thla bit of brnggliur-lhla ll
the lira; time I've aeen falr.ea on the
ataga h iM atand the teat of a
trongi gi ii Ing i ghl,
"I wna l month! electing the youoc
women arho repraaenl iheae falrlaa and
I feel that the .me Haa w ell apenl
., .a h. i an . asv mat
"S In brlghtOtl
Uvllglit and it'ired mt
aiidlince t" sal they are mortal. Tie
branehea of loa: I ug tree are paint
'CI,- i.'.o. i. ii. I lb. ,.il .ilid ti
.,.,' ' ,.!. ,,,a a. alrinara IV
tlll ,in, .imply aa It COUld
I An,, ,lVe depended vary large
., ,,... w, n.: , . ao larailv In
".'.lost of t'ie an!" ills Bi s In th
lianria. 'Ibiys.' I sail to I hem, thla p .
its panda on you. If the enlmala fa,' to
a ,,s i hough ihey wore alive the p 0
11 fall. You ur, the leading b y a tors
Of WOW Yelk. Kvery one of you la si.
titportant little ilui Remember thati.
And not ore of t.iem has forgotten It. ,
During rehearaahi I had three dux
plea every day for ihem I've mnnigi i
Ike tabbltl by giving t iem a f.l !y'
good breaJlfUl, a light luncheon and.
then nothing until dinner at me r-d
'lie se uirt int. Tine exp.aina ineir
rk at the climax of that act
.vheli I ey 'p.ay Up' to lettuce an! i-aii-
t I,... .1... Lw. tmmmm . ,,S .11 ...
I J 'c,... wi.. i... I. r....i nu..
I boy auiln "
, beautifully thin. Aa for tne teal ebar-Aab, t
and the Lyre Bird Tells
IllO it foi Bp rd gild general I omfort,
Mis Murphy. Central Parks mod eel
tilppopotamue, is . aj: by bi iy Snyder
for the part of an Araenal par ei poat
elation. eyogl k o'otOi N In Ihe morning
until 0 et nlgnt ahe eylll llghd It' front
of tro ha-tgagc room where me ele
phante' tnmkg ne kepi on fixed post,.
aa It were -with 'or glad MtUf die
played. You p ,t tie pa kagea In Ihe i
ainlle. guaranteed tint s le'il take an'.'
thing exopt a safe or a gr afting po- '
ll eman s alibi.
New York" -
From The Roof
Of Ellis Island
I.I rTI.K man with coffee
rompleglotl atood in ellppera one
taj Ihia week en lite roof of the
ateyemd and gae.l t a .o.ete.1 rlty. lie
a.ie i little man wiin itilTercd front a
reputation Bergafll In aiitloirlty had "all
thnt he com. I look lo fill, bill he . mild
r.ot feel, touch of enjoy that city brvauae
"f thnt ratmtatlen,
Ii win like OorOnndg tending on a
ileee-1 mi mii and viewing the Heven
CWaa of Cibola in the uac of the aia
tancc. bttl aatalalmg dton never. In
tine reepe t, however, the llltle .iff
colored man, linn rtprlaiio I'.ietro.
latclv of Veneftttata, .llffera.l from hla
Spanish brother . onoiilatu.l - t'oro
agate ttMR'l view CI beta in allagera an.i
lon t'lprt.ino did attiln New Yorb--for
a little while. Yratvrdty he rn.le In a
Itroii'lwnv .ar to Iho Kederal Hull. ling
and hack again to the Battery -and
111. la lalnnd
- ur South AatMtiOgg bt other, who
Rndl a .hill to the hoapltaluy of the
J'. 8. Ah and who haa viewed ua from
'the roof of the Mil laland hulldlcg
where he haa temporary domicile,
iWMtg to MIX here In thle rlty of
'night lighta f. rid cruatareana. buma
larwl baemaril lltmVfl whmt Don I'lpruno
. wunt'. He ripened hla heart to an
Evening MTorM rep .rter Ihl other day.
I knirw New York aa though I Mi
been b..rn In I he laland. began Hen
DtM I'lprlano. "You eee, 1 Inn.' na.t
much Ol tha city that I 0MM r.n.l
my way aiMiui ae inougo i mm aw
here all my life. Kven In Ihoae ! rrlng
laya ba k lu Vaneauela I waa familiar
with the .lon g" "f New York, an. I an. i
my exiled yc.ra on the I'ontlnent 1 e.
iirne mora thorougHlv ai-quelnted PJ
the . lly of life.
"True, my gran tat knowledge of N'"
York Ilea In what you call the la
While Wm I have read of Broadway
in nem p.itiera, hooka nnd magaxlnee.
I gntaar an your mamtwami i".""" -
tnd I know their bil'.e or ra'e. ror
. . .... . i i.i.
X , ira I have itii'.imel or vi.unia .in.
o k and aeelng tne piacea allow
well, and now n luet my dremJM ate
. i ti. be raalwad. My beloved Wen
Yovki my beloved New York!"
J "Tag," continued, the farmer panoe
dlatUTber. "I know the lobtrra of New
'York nnd I baVl mentally amacked my
Jipa over the aavory ahelUnhea many
ej time, Hln le I have been the gueat
of yotir moat excellent (inve nnieiit I
have hud Alfred., rend to me every
lay of the afTaliM of New Yoik.
"I had known of voir big i.iiil.llng.
your aubnmye and your oi ugea. v
aubway I have not yet aeen with mv
iwn evea. but 1 have frnali.l myaelf.
rn the bridges over t ie Mast Klvvr
and upon iho towering atraoturag f om
Hie roof of the building OH Kills Island
where iur kindly ilovernment aaw fit
lo house me, llul It Is not ihe New
York by day that I love. It laottl too
oil an. i cheerleaa and makes mo ahlvaf
for ihe warm son of the land I ..lice
Hut the New York of night I
:iat Is the glorious, THE unly
I have etood at th" window of my
Kllla Island foom with my face agalnat
Ihe glaae fur hours after the darkneae
has fatten upon the city an. I looked
Md looked until I seeme, daed Ae
the darkneae would fall, the lighta
would begin to twlnklo forth, fleet a
few In thla building, then more In rhat.
I'lnally alth n grand burnt a million
little lighta would shoot forth to etud
ill course, ll'g perfectly obvloua that
the rattlesnakes will I slabllahed aa
entertainer! In the chlldron'i reat room;
thnt is no ltartllng thought! also that
the port uplnea will Itan 1 up near the
raoh reg.etei in ihe tilting rock reatau-
rant i You p..y your OhOOk and lake
a quill on the wsv out. Hut Cornmls
loBOr Stover and hla perk xoo men
Will have to woi k some to whip the
flvli.g squirrel, into an aerial rural de
livery corps and It's an even tiet that
ti e s"a tOW will he a failure as a milk
I i " , 'ir J
EmmBmmmVfii? 0 h9Hl
and oulllna l ie city of dreama. Hew
York at night la the gigantic. dlamonC
tudded 'l.adem of the earth.
"I ran well understand the love of
Ne York by New Yn here. I have
Itotaned to exiled rithamrta In Parla.
In Bartni end other Continental cutae
a.gh for their 'little old New York '
I well ur.leratand their feeling now. f
can realise how Joyful they muet feel
n,ie- the big liner forging Ite way up
the ay glvea them their fir at gllmpee
of tl !r city. Hut were 1 e.way 1 would
THIS 18 JON CIPRIANO.
chm, t to return at night, when the
great hulldlnta glimmer through the
dark fur all the world like a elty of
mnehantmont tnu AUadbi with hie
lamp and the a'd of the genii could not
conjure up a more beautiful and awe
inspiring Night than the mystic after
dark Now York.
"1 have Br-i the New York girl In
pictures and In renin , ' rattled on tha
swarthy Don througii hla valet. "t
have seen the pictures of your Oihaon
gtrtg ai d all the other i I have eeed
the New York girl abroad, and now I
hoi'e to aee her on her native heath
pi hapg boulevard would be the
net' .h wold.
' I know that I will not be disap
pointed in New Twit, Perhapa the
day city will not urns up to any ea
', pectntlons, but I well know that the
night metrii'i will outdo my grand
est dreejaWaV I haWe aeen the night New
Yoik at long range, and now 1 want
to gel under the lighta and be a part
of the great city "
"And Tammany Hull-Jo you know
of 'i immunyt" Inquired the Inter
viewer. Tammany :-ah, that Tammany." be-
can the Veneiuela terror "Wetl do I
know your Tammany. Oh, that I had
but bad a Tammany In Veneauela! If
I'd te.it had a Murphy at my light band'.
Then, oh, then (len. (Mprlano would
ah. he would ettll be the Preeldente!"
And with a deep elgb that -hook hie
entire five foot frame the little man
without a country, the typical New
Yorker, let It be known that the Inter
view waa at an end.
lloMs.er, everything Is optlmlem with
Comm. is, oner Htuver. He bellevea thai
In time the boa cona trie tore may do
earnest work as awlnga In the ohlld
ratt'g playground The laughing hyenaa
will be let aa.de for the uee of tha
vaudeville artlata who want to try out
their "turna"; the hyenaa are aturdy
hrutra. And the aandplper and the drum
flsh will constitute a Sfe and drum
It waa the lyre bird hereelf that have
The Evening World thla Interesting