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uA Home and Comic Page of THE EVENING WORLD, Saturday, November 20, 1915
flJ30yiT "'S'MATTER, POP?" o oi o s o o: , x r ' By C. M. Payne
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.fW.YvO Iy-Mb 6man akmy.or T--m c- ' K Gv Advice T&ft ENNY n f.U- StigOYj r-1
SelL tpd '"X L May " JW jTrr
BtoPt -Dw JtoMtnf Tlrit Anocta
Ocm Ktmt uji tie flu "I ta
It baa beooma Um cuatom u
"aatl oat- rtrcad-rrir theatrical attrae-
lt awwixs. Klaw Erlangar
block of aeata for "Around tha
w.-- ! Srw Anartordam. t
laifltm and was -ertist atarta
fata aaarmorot thai rcanlted in tba 4
tafeKQon ut Hie awoclsiion. Now tin
i -erf aaxla for Lea Mlrtebcta&n la
T Gml Lorar. "Common CUr.
rVmir and Warmer. Tba Unchaat
aaad Woman." e"Alons at JJLmt,"
.tana Choira." "Aba and Iaa-raaa,-
T2a Prlnoeaa Pal" and 'Tb
Ha Pandtaw" bar bcMO disponed of
as tha Urotsars and ara on aula at tha
taekst agcaatea for jierformanoaa be
ginning Monday. To this Hal may be
asded other shows befrr Monday
oames. Tba liroktrn have spent wore
than I1W.0W for thi privilege of hand
Use these seats, ons of tbom said to
aajr. It la probably considerably mora
tkaa that stim.
Ail the playa mentioned ara auo
oaanca. It uuy ajipear atrausa to th
tialnltiatd that the tiroltrlelor of a
kit afcould kcU hi Uckelii la udranc.
Tba expiaoatloa U that Ira baa a
cbjmoa to collect on hla play IramadN
ately lnalaaU of bavlnc to Trait for to
Bios ay to come in day by day.
, BY WAY OF DIVERSION.
TbxnkseivJnic ia noarlnc; the tur
keys am dreamd and soon pumphln
plaa will be baltlnt,'. Tho day will
brine Joy throbs to many u broa.it. In
oon, thoufib, thorc'U ls a wee aching
for hundreds uf lonely ones, far. far
away from homo whoro tho heart's
always tumlnp, who'll dlno ut the
counter in some small cafe and do
aotne tail thinking and yearnlnc 1UU
Skinner will know that In Kalamazoo
the fol.Vs at the homo placo are wish
lnar, and maybo his plato and his nap-kin-ring-,
too, ara tbern whllo tho good
tldnpi tbcy'ro dishing;. X picture will
oome to bis mind with his plo that's
wcot, yet a llttla tllstressInK, and may
b a tear will uppear In his oya as
Pad bows his Jiead In the blessing. I
fees of you, readers, whllo curvlns
away for loved ones, as dishes are
ateainlnr, to stait jUHt u thought to
ward that little cafe where Hill at the
counter Is dreaming. It's such u small
thing and It cannot do harm. 'Twill
odd to tlio joy of your dinner. And
maybe 'twill send out u comforting
charm to well, woMl Just say, to Ulll
tuunner.
THE RAGTIME ARGUMENT.
Help I This argument about the
rlglnator of ragtlmo Is becoming
too strenuous for us. Charloa Cor
win of Cincinnati writes to state that
nobody originated syncopated popu
lar music that It Jut grow, lie
docs admit, however, that lien Har
ney probably perfected IL Kdward
R. Winn, who tnacbcji ragtlmo piano
tlaylng, Ja inclined to think that we'd
bo in the right If wo guva Mr. Har
ney tho. championship belt and tho
bronia modal. He thinks Ned Way
burn's claim to tho honor Is doubtful.
Tho Wuyburn song "Hynoopated
Sandy," Mr. Winn thinks, is no proof
of any ability on be part of Mr.
Waybum to write ragtime music, bo
cause, as he remembers It. Ned wrote
merely tho words and Uoorgo A.
Nichols the music. Therefore, says
Mr. Winn, how can anybody aay Mr.
Waybura originated ragtlmo with
tali "Sandy" song? Mr. Wlnn'a ar
aramrnt sounds rcuaonablo enough
and ha In undoubtedly a very nice
fellow, but Just the same, tho cham
pionship beK and tho medal might
ba great sources of comfort to Mr.
.Wayburn at this time.
Edgar Pretorious of HrooVlyn,
Siernly queries us as follows:
"What nro you going to do about
Uw rngtlmo honor? Are, you going
to award U to Wuyburn or IlanioyT"
"Veai," aay we.
MATHEWS GAVE IT UP.
J. W. Matbows, manager of the
Hippodrome, la from London. Ho
cantly he evolved a plan to glvo tho
umrorrooa employees or tha ltlp a
Tbankagiving dlnnor. In order that
-tbe toasts might bo of the right sort
ho assign od tbe subjects. An east slda
usher was told to talk on "What Can
We Va to Accelerate the Ksprit du
corps Among our HubordlnatesT
Tho usher, wearing a dubious look.
loft the manager, but soon returned.
"Hay," he said to Mr. Mathews.
don't git you. Anyway, whatever
that subject Is, I don't believe It's no
stood. I'm goln' to make a talk on
What will Willard Do to tho Next
Heavyweight What Tackloa Hlm7"
Mr. Mathews declared the dlnnor
err.
GOSSIP.
Col. Henry Watterson of Louisville,
jvy., li in new loric
Campbell Casad, tho playwrltlng
advanco agent, has returned to the
city.
Molly Pearson, appearing In "Hob-
EVENING
Ooprrllht,
WHAT
om fourth or
TWO
The Pretldont in last Thursday's
puzzle was HARRISON. Oneaeventh
of "hatchet," Hj ona-half of "arrowi,"
ABRj enethlrd c( "iiltnd," IS, ona
8 EVENING WORLD PICTURE PUZZLES g
I 1 '-'.. I ewwHKiHi..rtiic n. ttwrnwui,
FLOOEY AND
i .k.c fill' GEHTLErAEM - X
MOW
'as Y'SGG AM OfcWMAKf 5LK UAUOKERCHIEF.
AND FT?OM IT IoHftlw rKODu1-0
AHQORft CAT" tUMCW
Mir.
' VaataaV
?.iPiiL?f
MARY'S MARRIED IiIFEBi7
Vahat! WOURE Cctri
PW TU.P JfSNirOf
FVXINT -rui; OLO CMfMlil
, WE.QE. going to rwcutti
6 I MORE ECONOMi
fcVROOND. HEeJ
imnself!
'TWAS EVER
son's Choice," la the recipient of a
real Bcotch bagpipe, sent her by
Harry Lauder. Miss Pearson will
take It to her apartment and play It
every time aha bocomos provoked at
her neighbors.
Klllott Foreman has really gone to
work In the advertising department of
a 111m concern.
Joseph lirookn admits that he nan a
hit In "Ills Majesty Hunker Uoan,"
now playing In Chicago.
Don, tho talking dog, died recently
In Droaden. His last words were,
"Hay goodby to my old pal, Loney
Haskell.''
"Stop, Look, Listen!' will open Nov.
2i at tho Korrost Theatre, Phlladol
Mr a:30 AM. .AN' NCST i LbrWN' IN AT Tftl& V,
FROM THAT LOlXiE DINNER yeTlC HOUR y NIGHT HftMCVJ
ft 6TAV 'TILL TH' LA6TGUN16 cf W-X W
tL FlfeD ! THAT BIRD. 0U6HTA J ? if ( SSSUJ i C-
'
WORLD PICTURE PUZZLES
1IB, tj Iht 11m 1'ubllUilnn Cu, ITU .Nw Yuri K J main WorlJ).
PRE3 IDENT OF THE UNITED 8TATES IS THIS?
NINTHS Of
ONE HALF
8
third of a "aallon," ON,
The namo of to-diy'a Praildent la
to be found In tha aama way, arrang-1 will ba printed next Tuesday In Tha
ing togtUiac the. Indicated fraetleniLEvtnlna Wstld
AXEL Anyhow, One
,;ll,f.!,riH.t
HERE- .
To
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S
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to
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WELL, '
2A
THUS! He JiW tfce
phla. On the same day "Town Top
lea" will go Into the Lyrlo, I'hlladul
phlo. In order to avoid conflicts with other
openings, "Ilomoo and Jullot" will be
gin Its engagement at the Forty
fourth Street Theatre Tuesday, Nov.
IS, and "The. Ware Case" will open at
Mailne Klllott "s Theatre Nov. M.
Jake Honenthal, manager of tbe
Hronx Opera House, received a
strange reiruost the other evonlng. Ho
was asked to go out on the stage nnd
offer congratulations to "tho brldo
nnd blrdrgroom in the third row of
tho balcony'1 on behalf of their friends
In tho Hronx. The young couple wore
Mr. and Mrs. Paul SchoU. Jake didn't
go.
OF
ONC THIf?D Of
I of tha wordi the pictures repreitnt
I Today'e President and another puzzle
"Angora" Was Produced,
I MAke AFEW SlMPt. PASSES
' t '
-SHouJ YOU TUG HANDKERCHIEF
EMPTY H0 BEHOUM
a av. a.tMH aV aMtr .
rttUBUt:- " t-iric
Didn't Reckon In the $1.35
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Evidence to Prove His Claim!
.lllaTTWHWtMaal
IT WOULDN'T DO.
A motion Picture man from Chicago
visited an exchange In New York tbe
other day and expressed a desire to
buy a feature mm. A. salesman, iook-
lng over a Hat with him, cams to one
called "Tbe Dattle of the Sexes."
That'a tha film for you," said tba
salesman.
Not on your life!" replied tbe
Chicago roan. "No more war pictures
In mine!"
"PETER PAN" FIRST.
Alf. Hnyman, who recently returned
from the Middle West, where he con
ferred with Maude Adams, has ar
ranged for her to bogln her New Torlc
season during the Christmas holidays
In "Peter nn." Sho will follow this
play with other Harrlo comedies. Miss
Adams wm De at tue umpire.
NEW LOCALE NEEDED,
L. Wolfe Gilbert and Irving Herltn,
both song writers, mot the other day,
the story goes, and, during the oourss
of the conversation Mr. Gilbert spoke
of Dutch Guiana.
"Is that a country T" asked Mr. Ber
Hn.
"Sure!"
"Spell It, will you?"
Mr. Gllbort spelled It and Mr. Tlerlln
took the name down In a noto book.
"I've run out of States In ray sons
writing," the latter explained,
FOOLISHMENT.
At 1 u rl'llnz on a or
On nlrtit I ut a tiiootfns tttr.
iiiollcrol Monryl" twl( tiwl ttits
fellow toucbed me for 4 tea.
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"Isaac, vhy do you swoar?"
"Bhakespcuro swears, papa."
"Veil, don't go around with dot
EbikesSMue. am moiO
and That Was Flooey's!
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t.
V tit.
He Spent to Save That
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I The Great Dot Mystery
WHAT WILL FREDDY'8 BIRTHDAY PRESENT BET 8EE IF YOU CAN HELP LEARN THE SECRET.
Va .a8 '"
.3,
hip-,j 58 ' 3 ? V ."a at
Fifty Cents!
RV THE. JfVJfTOR.
R3R. A UTTLE JOB
THIS- HEY, NOR,)
TO THE. STORE
fGfMN AND fcETT
OTHER. LPfa
OP WHITE 1
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By
CHAPTER VI.
mow silly," sild Freddy, "Just be
all riiio i nirrnt lilies, that Is no
sign It Isn't a bird, ind mother Just won't
have birds around. I'm sure of one
thine, and that Is, that my mysterious
birthday gift won't have feathers. Why,
mamma wouldn't any more have a bird
around the house than she would a
white"
To solve the Great Dot Mystery join
the dots with a pencil line as each
chaptar la printed. Begin with dot
No. 1 and take them in numerical
order. Then'cut out eaoh picture, and
when the last chapter la printed you
will have a thrilling mystery story
complete to be pasted tn your scrap
book, Chapter seven will be printed next
Tuesday.
Changed His Mind.
AL0U1SVILLK negro was caught
with n number of hides In lila
posHP.sHlon, for which he could
not reasonably account, and was
brought Into court charged with
dealing.
"Guilty or not guilty?" thundered
the Judco.
"Not guilty," emphatically respond
ed the negro,
'Then bow. do yon account tot Uia
4
By Vic
inoLoVTf
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Thornton Fisher
4
By Bud Counihan
fact that yon were In possession of
two iS bills when you wcro arrested,
although you are known to have been
unemployed for a year?" demanded
mn Honor.
"Jes' let me relate the circum
stances, Mr. Jedge"
"And that threo hides, of which you
claim to know nothlnn-
hidden In your cellar?"
i uunno, Jedgo, but"
"And that you were seen mmln.
out of the tannery with three more?"
j no negro scraicnea nls head in
sllonco for a minute, then blurted
out:
"Lookoy here, Mr. Jedge, If yon is
gwino to git so troublesome and so
'qulHltlvo 'bout this llttlo matter. I's
Jost plntedly gwlnn tor tnko back
what I said 'bout not guilty an' make
It guilty." National Monthly,
For Rent.
ALIlBnT J. IlKVEiUDGE said In
Chicago of a corrupt boss:
"Ho'a vory virtuous oh, very
virtuous.
"A millionaire
once went to him
and said:
"I want to get In the Senate. Wilt
you soil me your support7
" 'No, sir!' tho boss answered, strik
ing hlmsolf upon tho cheat. 'No, sir!
I'm a frco born American citizen, and
I'll sell my mipport to no man.'
" 'Hut,' aald tho millionaire blandly,
as ho drew out his chock hook and
fountain pen, 'but if you won't sol! me
your support, perhaps you'll rent tt to
mo for tho term of this cumnnimm
i "'NoWiyo."' tJ5.lk'n.V' Baltl tho boss
In a inolllned tone." Wnnhlngton Btar.
Tk 1 Tin AND AM
VEpiI-V nitirmlnaui.
I ttkuaaat SOTO"

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