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Home and Comia Pa of THE 'EVENING WORLD, Saturday. A f U s t 28. if IS
"S'MATTER, POPI" . By C. M. Payne
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Alwadr fVM Kiel a awthor ef
Oemimm I lay J aarWs aimtbar
In tmhw. ." th lM
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Juat aa 14 AtA uit na4 m
Jn mr " I' 1M1
tU UUm and taa tha wumtit In.
uy It man lo Kara lti nrr J
Mr. JCInWd rail alt th r.awsj'a
jr rritlrtroa f Ma lri lfin. I
rhtll and wm -rlally lolrtall
In tha advrra Mirllbs
Tho MWwa arc riant," h said, i
raffrrlU lo Hi critic. "I ou!'t
ia put In Ilia reasts mrsclf bad I
lwn wrltlnff It Up. Cwminon Clajr '
)iaa aurprlJ m I startwt out to
write a hlcUlrow drama Ibat would
t a urrM arllatleally and fall!
Hnandnllr. Ilonrrtly. I did. I
nad i b.v' ntiNi piar that i.nt F LOOEY AND AXEL Well. Floaev Needs Left Drive on His Boat Bui Axel Needs a New Car!
Ml all hlJ brow, but blob look llkr
A flniUI anccrwi r Iwit In Ilia
theatrical liiulii'-4 olrbl or nlim
monihi. but 1 Kuci. !' atlll rot a.
lot lo learn ulxiut It "
MIB8 CREWS ENQAOCD.
Owlli to lllnra Amollu IIIiikIiuiii
)iaa rrtlred from lbi ull-nlar rail of
Tbe Now JlBiirlfltii," unl Joarpb
Ilrooka linn nmKo.l liuru Hope
Orewe tor the part of Cordrlla Op
iyka. XII" Crew will leava to-nlitlit
ror IJa Anicflra lo Join the other
iora-n'llllnin If- frnno, niomift .
Itoaa, ilaelyn ArbilCkla and Mabfl
JUST THE THINQI
Tha manaxvi' of ouo of Iho big Dim
ooncerna vlaltrJ a publlnh'r or nov
U tha othr Uny In enrrb of aceti
"I undoratand you publlah Ilalpa
Connor's booka," aald the nlm mnn.
How About my (tettlnn Tba Hky
rilotT Wa'va fot noma nrlatora on
jmr ataff who could hnndlo that atuff
FOR PBQQY 6'NEIU
Ollrar Moroaco, througli T. DanUl
rrawley, baa obtained tho dramatlo
rltbta to Nina Wilcox I'utnam'a,
atory, "Tha Itnpoailbla Hoy." ond will
nava a dramatization made without
delay. He la aeeklnic a atarrlnjr ve
hicle for Perry O'Nell. Tha prin
elpal role will be that of a rypay
"boy," who turna out to bo a Rlrl.
vir Unnufo ! determined to find A
MltAbla vehicle for Mlaa O'Nell. If
tha Putnam play doein't ault he, will
probably have ready one built on a
.tnrv hv Kate Douaioa Wlccln. Mri.
Wlnln conferred with George Mooeer
Bd Mr. Frawler yeitorday. The
playa will be tried out In Lo Aft
Cla Jn tb faik
MQROCO TO MOVE.
The Moroeoo offlcta, now In tbe
Joan Cort aulta In tha Lonracre
Dulldlnr. wtU bo removed nest week
to tha Tllden Dulldlnr, 105 Weat For
tieth Street, .looms adjoining tboae
tued by Bllaaboth Morbury have been
leased. Since Mlaa Morbury. and F.
liar Comatoek are Interested with
Oaorre Mooser. the Moroaco general
manager, In tha forthcoming produc
tion Of f,Our Children," many think
h nmaTil of the offices means that
ia Marbury-Comstock and Moroico
lotarests will booomo allied In otbor
Charles Cherry and Lillian Tucker
to act In "Tbe Mummy and the
TlannlnrMnl" In dims.
WUton Iackaye and Clara Kimball
Moung are to appear In tha tloah ni
rail as on the screen at the I'orty
otirtb Btreot Theatro Lobor Day
rrenlDjr. when "Trilby" opens there.
Tha next Winter aarden produc
tions Is to Include Kitty Qordon, Clif
ton Craw 10 ru, JUCK wiinun um iw
,iinrt nauldlne. an Bnicllsh baritone
In Mr. douldlng tbo Messrs. Hbubert
hallave they have another matlnoo
PICKLES TO ACT.
Bhep, the dog used for neveral yeara
'1y William Hodrn In "The Iload to
Happiness," encountered a rampant
automobile the other day und cashed
in. Answering an advertisement.
twaaty men and women, each leading
u dog, appeared at the atage door of
t-ihiibert Theatre yesterday. A
dot named Plcklea was selected and
lacei unuer a. luiis-ieiui wuuAuh
MISS BARRYMORE "FILMINQ."
Kthel llarrymore la acting In a film
production of a play written by
George Scarborough. In order to do
the lend In this scenario, ahe laid
nslde "The Bhadow" and ono written
by her brother, Lionel, William Ka
voraham la soon to begin acting In a
mm niiiv called "One Million Dollara.'
Wapted from the French by Goorge
1'roctor. The Metro la making tbeao
AN OB8CURE AUTHOR.
Mu Marcln. nlaywright. vas but
tonholed at the Frlara" Club recently
iiv llarrv nrowne. actor.
"Say. Max," said Harry, "I've found
a abort story that would make an ex
cellent Piny- The lead would fit me
exactly. It's by on obscure author.
Vhv not get the dramatlo rlghta and
write tho piay?
"What's tbe name of the story?
" The Dooster.' "
The Marctn brow Knit, -ny nn ch
seuro author, you any?"
"Thanks!" growled Max. -I wrot
ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES.
V. Marine Write or w Mr. Petri,
caro Metropolitan Optra Home.
Anita R. Kase Address him caro
Oaorge Tylhr, New Amsterdam Thaa
tre nulldlng, Now York.
FROM THE CHE8TNUT TREE.
"Old cranky Jcrrj' Bchooley died
la that o? What was the com
plalntr Wo complaint everybody sat! a-
KITTY KEYS Kitty's New Job in an Insurance Office Promises to Be a Very Entertaining One !
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tenr dwvc. fo i could scxl
uxrts comino 111 FRotrr
JELL. , M VILL I M FOR Oft
YOUR DAMAGII (F. YOU &ANE-1
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TUMBLE TOM He Is Rewarded for Winning the Bylowland Race I
By Eleanor Schorer
Ot M St Ot " M
Decause 7om had won the big Fair Pace, all the
Bylowland folks spent last night making a blanket of
flowers,, and when his Bylowland time came 'round
they spread it out to catch Tom when he tumbled from
They lossed Tom oul of the blanket on lo a beauti
ful throne snd there proclaimed him winner of the
Mother Goose Race and crowned him King of the
Mardi Gras. Then they carried him through the
streets of Uylowland to Mother Goose's home, where
lie was to receive his prize.
"To reward and honor ,you as the victor of the
Bylowland Mother Goose Race," she begin, "you are
to have the harfd of the loveliest maid in all this land."1
Though she Ind snubbed him terribly, Tom thought
Golden Locks the. fairest maid in all this land, and
said so, too.
She was fetched and sealed upon ihe Throne be
side Tom, who took her hand, saying that she was in
deed beautiful and he would be proud to have her for
his own only he knew thai Prince Charming and Gold
en Locks loved each other dearly, so to this Prince he
gave his Throne,
"No, no, no," shouted'they all. ''You are the win
ner!" 'But even as they protested, Tom tumbled him
self off the back of the Throne platform and never
stopped tumbling until he landed in Ope-eye World.
I DICK'S UPHILL ROAD
A NEW ILLUSTRATED V
MARY DOANE'S SUCCESS No, 24 First Fruits of Success
THE 8TORY OF A QIRU WHO "MADE QOOD"
ILLUSTRATED BY WILL B. JOHNSTONE
By Betty Vincent
"Ol lOfiroo mi rtt rr j j
WWWWWWO III W V L.
FOR YOUNG MEN.
By Hazen Conklin
nirniMQ HiniunAV im
IVIWIWm I 111 ...
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i nn nor? prtisnit tne carear i
young man who, beginning 0
lt' apprcntlcr, by 'i;
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the uphill road to the manager- (7i
hip of sn automobile agenoy.
(j of a youi
fj ai a ma
j alway "
-EZT-ir' 1 "'""Ma nasi1 tiiassnaW.y jtuay a ifi't' mm- --m
Ta' : ' '
Wiry Tirul and U'js for year a dtllrjitful Utile,
uptown apartment, wliere ihe (pluu to Instil her
mother, her younger brother and her two younrer
siitfrs. She -wlslies Itie thte Usl to enjoy Ntv. York's
With her SiVlnsJ she pufchijes t rtiln amount
of pretty, Inexpensive fumiture-enounh for the apirt
ment, with certain family treasure) which she ha$
written liei mothec to send on from Ihdr home
SKj liervlf fates 3eJIgK( In arranging trie firmlWrie
itn her little apartment, working busily during the
'evenings, since she U busy it the store throughout
(the day, until everythtor b in spple-ple order.
For The ffrsf time since stie has entered the 'de
partment store she lakes an afternoon otr, on the day
when her mother and the children are to arrive In
New York: Sh goes to the station to rfleetthem
and take them bocx.
Proudly she-unlocks the door of the Home whldr
:e . his' made and will maintain for' her mother,
brother and .listers, and ushers lliem In. They are
utterly delightedVand. she tastes at last Ihe-iruiJl'Df
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