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Home and Comic Patfc of THE EVENING WORLD, Tuesday. Nov ember 9, 1915
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By C. M. Payne
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Tnni Tat) f 4.) iwr Ammr
Cousin." a4 wilt wr 1i It M !
Hoots Thir Ik uUlr ftwwi
tli f UaWK mlwwl In "Tfc Two
Virtues" FMWwMts IWHdfMM-r," Mr.
Holbfm "in put mi "lavM tUrnck"
and -If I Wptm KUk" Wh The
Two Virtues" r4 Ita nn. f'harleate
Walker wll li Htrc4m4 Mr
rUthrn's lmMna; hm)i by INlwImtb
Valentine, who UnJ In the Htbrn
cotnpftay a" afir JulU Mar
lowe Ikoiiiia III. MIm Walker has
nrrepted h red I r art lu set In films In
"Our American Cousin" was being
played at i'ord'a Theatre, Washing
ton, when Jobn Wilkes I toot b ahot
l'reildent Lincoln. Whon thn nldrr
Bot'jru look It up and lcim jilayintc
In It lit ro.wrote It aareral tlinca.
and nnally from the old Taylor play
aTw a nnw ono by Mr. Holhsrn and
BUTT 0ET8 A FAIICE.
Alfred Uutt noa acqulrtd right to
the farce, "A Pull llouae," which, will
enable him to produce It In London,
lie expotila to purchaae almllur rlxhta
to other Amorlcun playa thli week.
"Our Kncllih drumatlata uron't
writing much Jutv now," aald Mr,
Butt Jott night. "Home at thnm are
in Uie trencbex and tbo othori wem
to think it n poor time to write playa.
Aa a result, we are looking to America
for a cood portion of our dramatic
COMEDY FOR DILLIE BURKE.
Iillllo Uurko has clvon up her Idea
of UJilne Hall Calne'a "The Woman
Thou Qavest Mo" ua her next atarrlng
vehicle. P. .locfold jr., her huaband
And manatrer,, aaya ebo will uae an
Irish play of tlio lighter variety.
8Tb NE PLAN8 WILD WEST.
Fred Btono Is working on a plan to
hold a Wild Wait carnival, at his
ranch at .Amltyvllle, L. L, next sum
mer. It la bis Idea to reproduco tho
Cheyenne frontier days celebration
with real cowboys, cowgirls, bucking
oroncos and steers. He la in com.
munlcatlon with the Irwin llros. of
Cheyenne, Wyo., who engineer such
affairs, and also with tho Lone Island
Railroad. If the railroad will arrange
to haul the men, women and live
etock from the West the celebration
will aurely bo held. In that event, Air,
Btono will build grand stands to hold
60,000 peoplo on the ranch, A feature
of the carnival would be a polo game
between real cowboys and a team of
New York players.
M003ER PAYS A BET.
William A. llrady and George
Mooser engaged In a good natured
argument over a play the former bad
purchased recently. Mr. Mooser folt
that li would not succeed. Mr. llrady
thought differently. After expressing
hla opinion concerning' It, Mr. llrady
took a alap at tbo Mooser-Ftsko pro
duction of "Mrs. Uoltay's Daughters."
"I'll bet you a hundred to one your
play won't be a financial success," he
Mid to Mr. Mooser.
"I'll tuko It ten times," repllod the
Tho hat was made. "Mrs. Uoltay's
Daughters" closed at the Comedy
Theatre last Saturday night, u
financial falluru. Yenterday Mr.
Mooser sent Mr. Jlrady a S10 bill. Ho
is still of the opinion that the play
Mr. llrady bought Is no good.
TO PRODUCE "THE GIRL."
Edgar MucGieiror and Kdwurd II.
Veplu aro gettlnK roady to produce
Mr. l'epio'M latMt play, 'Tbo Ulrl."
They have urranued with Henry
itoiker, uuvo wynunam ana Maude
there la a possibility that William
Elliott may be In the cast. "The Ulrl"
was originally a sketch and was ilrat
neen at an Actors' Fund benotllt at
the Century three years ago. Mr.
, Kolkor was In It and Prank Craven
bad a port. There was no girl In the
playlet. Mr. I'eple baa supplied a
girl and several other characters. The
original aketcb la the second act of
MA8IE HAPPY AGAIN.
The Idea that all chorus Kir In want
to be Uernhardts Is a fallacy, It
seems. William Donnelll tells of u
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WeLL 6tT INTO
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FLOOEY AND AXEL Anyhow, Axel Knew it Was SOME Close Relation!
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MARY'S MARRIED LIFE Bill Forgot That People Asleep Aren't Supposed to Hear Anything!
By Thornton Fisher
SSi hO-i Positively wilC oh.the oefi Bov-THE-rs I I " o ? 0
MEN (VE 60T ft HUNCH M ? FELLOWS - IVE. bOT THE SWEET-) ( JS L0$f!fS ( 0NT' l 9 '
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rTpTM U ' V IN THE WORLD WrmC FOR; him, ,lu CUHP W3
girl named Masle who had no sucb
umbltlon. Maslo was In tho chorus,
but sno was taken out ot that de
partment and given small parts. A
fow days ago Mr, Donnelll met ber on
"How are you nettinir alonirT" ho
"Itnel" Bhe replied, "dee. but I'm
"What aro you dolnirT'
"I'm back In the chorus." shouted
MubIo In glrc. "No more responsi
FKOffT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
cutcrr. proor eo inc.. sm
AND ILL VEItUIN Eiwnnlntl.,1
AllliXi CiurailuUDt Co.. 430 W.
Francis Wilson Is to act in "The
Uaonclora Uaur' for tho films.
"Treasure Island" will open at the
Punch and Judy Deo. 1, instead of
Tbe Messrs. Bhubert have c laced
John Charles Thomas, now In "Alone
At Last," under a four-year contract.
Emanuel Heloher will sive a see.
clal performance of "When the Young
Vine Ulooms" a, the Garden Theatro
Monday night that those of hla
company, who are not In this pro
ductlon, may sea It
Carroll Fleming, formerly staeo dl
rector at the Hippodrome, has been
engaged by the Feature Film Cor
poration, ana win proauce that nor.
tlon of the concern's output not dl-
rectea uy isaouara Jose.
Walter Perkins may act In Mary E.
Wllkins - Freeman's play, "Jerome,
a i'oor uan," tor tne movies. Nero
tUtlons are on to this end. Mr. Per
kins should be excellent In it.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox posed before
inc mouon picture 'camera at the 1!
A. Itolfo studio the other day. Hot
Picture wui u incorporated in n film
mauo irom one ox ner poems.
Charles Wuerx and A. W. Uachelder
bave bevored their connection wiUi the
management of "Lady Luxury," now
playing in the Middle West. Reports
from the company say business is
I knew (trl aaiMd Bms? Tatt.
wbo owl to tUak Im mu u mil!
Sht'd aat sa aach 'twould malt u UL
Tea Ma, I cm4 to gtj tk, bill.
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"What's tho difference botwoen
jowoller and a Jailer?"
"I clve It ud."
"One sells vatcliis and the other
THE MOTflER GOOSE FAIRY BOOK Page 12
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1' CPrtlM. Hit! rr.?-ubll.hl(l Co. IN. v7utXfn Worl4"l
By Eleanor Scltorer
On this page Mother Goose tells the story of why the first of the
three bags of Uaa-baa Black Sheep's wool Is for his rrusjer. "One bluster
ing November night Master, seeing his flock safely under cover, missed
Black Sheep (Blacky for short). Master guessed the fox had gotten his
favorite, and, gun In hand, he started after the thltfc
"On the way Master Inquired of a little girl whether she had seen the
fox carrying Blacky away to his den. She nodJed but her teeth chattered
so from the cold that she couUtnot speak to tell which way he had gone.
'Take this warm coat,' said Master, 'and each winter you shall have a brand
new one just like it If you tell me which way the fox went.' Presently her
imii .nui'i'tu unucmiK, anu 311c 1UIU.
"Master hurried away. Me had no trouble llnJing the den. Dinner
was late In the fox's home, so Blacky was still alive but terribly frishlciu.l
when his brave master went straight Into fox's den and rescued his net.
Instead oflhe fox family hating a mutton dinner Master's (amitv had
bmttjul Sox furs for protection irom Jack Frost, '
"Master, himself poor, worried as to how he could keep his promise
when the time came to give the little maid a warm coat. Because of
'gratitude to Master and the girl, who together saved his life, does Blacky
jrlve Master the first bag of his wool. It is used to make the promised coat.
Thursday's' story will be about the second bag of aw.
W "sm a ran a mT m. m nn v n. t (
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Hy Hazcn ConKHn
J.OT8 of people never hear oppor
tunity knocklno because they
are "knocklno" so loudly themselves.
OUR OWN ENCYCLOPEDIA.
VERACITV Tho Htarttntr point
from which the gossips raoe to the
VAUNTS II A coating applied to
add lustra to truth.
VOLUBILITY A conversational
megaphone for making a little Idea
sound like a big one.
WHY 18 IT that as soon as you
make a little money you discover a
lot of distant relatives you never be
fore knew you had?
AN8WERS TO QUERIES.
YETTA SUBURB, Urooklyn, nslts:
"How long can one keep rubbor
If you moan "how long at a
stretch" I should think that would
depend upon your pull with them.
Our office boy suggests: "Until they
begin to leave."
KEPT HIM BUSY.
There was a youna man who essayed
To study the ways of a maid)
But the minute he turned
From the way he had laarned,
Some NEW little way she displayed.
WE HAVE TO BEAR.
With tho man who, about this time
of thu year, boasts to us three times
a day that ho doesn't don "heavies"
all winter Ions-.
With our well-meaning acquaint
ances who toll us we are burning the
wrong kind of coal In our furnace and
cxplalm how wo ran save three tonn
by using tholr methods.
With tho gink who is always finding
Homo placo whom hu can buy Ills
winttir suits nnd overcoats for much
tciu than wo paid for ours,
WHO CAN TELL US where to find
a waiter who will bring ua our ooffae
with our order and not wait Until we
are tackling the last forkfull of our
FAMOUS 800THING 3YRUP3.
It won't hurt you. Just sit still and
I'll have that tooth out In a minute.
Come right In, Mr. Tltnmld. Towser
never bites anybody. He's the best
natured dog In the world.
AMOS CRABB, snstrer, etc, ssysi
"A lot of people carry on a poly
syllable conversation whose brains
never entertain one-syllable thoughts."
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