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Evening World Daily Magazine
Friday, January 5, 1917
" 'S 'MATTER, POP?
Riddle: When Is Crying Aloud-Not Allowed? Answer: When the Baby's Asleep!
By BIDE DUDLEY
By C. M. Payne k
I AMBLERS ALL, whlca
opened an engag ement un
der the manaaement of
Percy Barton last Monday afternoon
at Marine KUlott'a Theatre, wlU olose
to-morrow nlfbt. The Messra Shu
bert Announce that the company wilt
ta reorganised under Aiiierlcaa Uj
direction. Oliver Moroaco'j produc
tion of Maude Fulton's play, "TBs
Brat," will open at Ihla theatro next
Thursday evening' Miss Kulton plays
tba principal role. Also In the cut
are Lewis 8. Btono, Krederio De Uotle
Yllla, Edmund Lowe, John Plndlay,
Katharine Emmet, Charlotte lvos,
Isabel O'Madlgan and Oortrude
"Mlle-a-Mlnute Kendall," which
wim to so to the Princess, la going
to Ohloago tnatead. It will open at
aha Chicago Theatre Jan. 14. Another
attraction will bu announced for the
A QOOD CA8T.
Una aV Bhosgreon have aoiooted a
Strong cast (or their flrst production,
a eVrama. by Mark Bwann. In It aro
Oaorge Probert, Ilea Johnson, Vurreal
ktofclilsoc, Bert LytelL Charles
llacaaye, Bldney Hluolds, llutli Bon
son, AUle Williams, Taylor Uravan
aaa Reggie Bhetllold. The produotlun
wtel open In Atlantlo City on Jan. 24.
BY WAY OK DIVERSION.
Baf, Bpot, look horol 1 sot some
nawa that ought to go to you. Vcr
asses la out of Joint, old dog, but
aafeawl Now don't bot blue. They've
got a brand new kid upatalra, tho
static brung In last night. The tambly
thinks he's pretty lino, but. Bpot,
that child's u sight, lie hasn't got
muoh hair at all and not a single
tooth. I got a hunoh we're apt to
tad we'ro stung, to tell the truth, lie
oowts an' kicks 'most all tho time.
He's noddy as kin bo. My slater says
he's awful sweet, llo don't look
sweat to me. You wus our baby,
(Spot, until that other baby came. But
now yoult bo In second plaou. It's
JlsK a doggone shame. With me,
though, Bpot, you got that kid boat
anyway a mile, I'd ruther have a
doc, you bell Red bablcq aia't my
PRIZES FOR MISS VARIAN.
Dorothy Vartaa of No. 101 ICast
One Hundred and Ninety-third
Street won bote, the first and aeoond
prises offered by William Fox for the
bast akotohos of Annette KeUermaan.
tar of "A Daughter of the Gods."
Oaa hundred others competed.
HI UKIS MISS DAY.
WU Juliet Day kindly gtra us her
ndl Tided attention a saoeaeotT
Thank youl alias Day, our Nlnety
teveauh Htreet poet, Philip tt. Doonar,
baa ImsaortaUied you In a rhyme.
Phil says he'll be atodcaatad If
you're not Just about right. And he
eay It la a poem. Feellne? rather
frivolous, we'd like to remark that
Phil considers you as "soma tlmo In
tha future" that la, Sosae Day. And
now, nerea ana poam:
' I 3j ' ' ' 1 r , '"' "" r f
a Te-BE TmJ mrri Wa-RTAcJ p:i:fT7 U 1 J TA.KTAULOWE3J i.l
7 ? A,Kl 1 L 7 y , I'M T-J-J V T WAK"E I re" "I
JCDlf-FlCULT H)OWM W-S 1 OLD IN Yf 7 jYt4& v4
mmM iIQm J3 'Mm::
"7 V'AINT W.PN .QL)NT T0 -PLACft
(To GtT rr-ttbrA -BHVNClN' VNOOVCAP3
yvtCX-HT Tb HEN I ONG, l& FoR
,q T rilltAJT TltlNC. ! fOU WKOf tM
X Z AT on V'WAV WOME
?rwn r- i am: gic HirA Mra-
Don't Ask Us How He Knew Whose Bottle Got Broken!
By Bud Counihan
2 eVllf ." Ipeityt eaa
SlesBtaV nmi Him 3U
Nfc I ""a!. lilt. kh.UUs.1 Cav ty. T.stvaaUaai Vartil i a .ps-Hey-M. saa-s ssaaa- aVrjKHHHHH
FLOOEY AND AXEL
Wouldn't You Do the Same if It Would Save You Ten Bucks?
i m (hualtlt.
U & Hi J,
fltlt aoffl dir.
aa to Jolaa sw.
A. B. Woods doeaa't care how many
hat bora in the hotels and cafes own
Mtofuobtlea. The matter doesn't
eoaaern him In the least. Therefore.
It waant to out down the supply of
aatoa amonc the boys that he toted
hla darby into the dining room of a
III ea & say hotel at noon tba other
aaar. Ha merely forgot to leave tt
Wtm she youth of tha aching palm.
. Mr. Wooda put the bat on a chair
at Ms table. Right away along
aeaaa aa actress who had, at some
Maaa la her oareer, worked for the
agar. She bowed and amtled.
Mr. Wooda arose and bowed back.
The he sat down again.
"Popl" shouted the hat.
4 air. Woods had taken the wrong
aaalr and his tile was ruined.
Wie hat boy grinned.
OwvB Darts was seen taking four
Saarara of loe cream soda In a Forty
aeooBd Btraet store yesterday.
Dr. P. C. Cornell, manager of the
Star Theatre, Buffalo, Is looking the
X buildings over along uroaaway.
en alerum, leading woman with
sae Warburton utocx company. Yon
ken, la to go to Copenhagen to act In
a' Sim of "The Wandering Jew" for
llvlo Heln has composed a danoe
aumber which he calls the Tom Wlee
toddle. Tom likes It so well he has
gult the turkey-trot In favor of the
Van St Schenk, of "The Century
OlrU" are expert baseball playere.
Dan Itowley wants tnem to play pro
Naatonal ball this summer.
From St. Louts comes the news
that "IUd. IIIp. Hooray," at the CoU
aeum. Is slaying to capacity, and
that some of the seats are selling for
The engagement of "Treasure IjI
ind" at the Punch & Judy Theatre
win end on Jan. 13, when tho tilay
rill have been nen 807 times In New i
fork. The production will go on tour.
Mae Mnrsh, her two slaters, Frances I
and Mildred, und their llttln nieces
have taken up ice skating and inuy
be seen Industriously skidding awuy
at St. Nicholas Rink almost dally.
The members of the Waverly Boat
Cluto will abandon sweeps and skulls
to-morrow night and give their an.
Btial reception and show at Palm
CJarden. Hawaiian scenes will be i
enacted In real thrfddad wheat.
Approximately 2,000 Hoy Scuuts will'
attend a special performance of
nwnt mUnncn.l T ...... IT. ,
the Bea" at the Broadway Theatre
Saturday morning at 10.1S o'clock.
frrrwAi nw e sa)-u:-uj".h.u'h.,j .i
Kw.cf V a ..: fol tit
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' 2Upe. Of? CNjMEU) years! "
f 3 0
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i ay vish To sleep .aviCe!!-
K; UNLOCK IT, I SAY '.!!"
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UNLOCK 'HIS DOOR i
"THE OFF DAY" TOelES0- By Clifton Meek
WHAT DO RESOLUTIONS AMOUNT TO WHEN TODACCO WILL CURE A TOOTHACHE!
t ltind uv tt Uti Uk
a Put on. Ljunl cq tha mill.
I asd 2 poor (Wt u Iwrf tt tb atttl.
iftROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
. , ."Whafa the matter with your
viayaa a jojre on my ."
"Did he get the polntT"
yea. B Ut." ...
On'ITlht. l'J17. tr "Hit IV l"ilbUhlni Co.
ntia Nro Vork Ktmlni World. I
By Jack Callahan
NO MAN EVER IS THE SAME AFTER HE ONCE FALLS IN LOVE.
( ) I al. ir 7
il.; .'juTvaBaLT V -n Eaaal ' aT -
JONES TLD ME- TrVT
IF I'D MEET HIM
AT T O'CLOCK HE'D
?Ki MC TrIAT TEN
DOLLARS HE OUES
ME AND I lOOULOM'Tl
DISAPPOINT Hll K
FOB. AMTHING ! )
GUS WAS A STICKLER FOR PUNauALITY,
PROMPTMES6 . ETC.
HE,D,FlliE, ANYONE H HIS OFFICE WHO
EVEN DABED TO 7HIKK OP COMING TO
THE "SHOP" LATE -
cms INTO HIS
LIFE- WELL I
IT HAPPENS IN
WHEN HE MADE A DATE FOR. EIGHT
O'CLOCK HE MADE IT HIS BUSINESS
TO BE OM TIMET -
THE IDEA OF ANVONE WAITING ON THE"
COGWEQ. FOG- A GlRL UHO BELIEVED IM
TAKIKC HER. "TIME- WAS TOO MUCH FoR. GOS-
SrtWf.- f I'LL GIVE WT CUVLL
v3'. --- Aj' V HER HALF uiatw oon
THAT WA8 DIFFERENT. v
((TNT want all the roadT" sh(mta4
1 y an Irato motor-driver, totsU
ins tor all he was worth km
a narrow country lano. "Pull aside,
and let me pasa by!"
"Whoa, steady now," irrlnnM tha
farmer, from the top of a load of bay.
"I dunno as I'm In any hurry."
"You nro looking for trouble, say
man!" npluttcrod the fellow in the oar,
as tho motor throbbed and fumed la
patlontly. "Aro you eolng to mora
"I don't know as I be In any hurry
".Seemed In hurry enough to lot tkavt
carriage pass just now," said Mm
"Ob, ay I But that horse wus eatta
my hay. There ain't no (lancer o' yew
cat in it, i recKon you don t
THE RIGHT AQE.
BErtT WILLIS la a very nerroas,
fidgety young man. While trav
elling on a train one day he
chanced to bo seated next to a wom
an who hold a baby. The Infant's face
was covered with o thick veil and
every now nnd then it would utter a
pharp cry, which tho woman endeav
ors I to Hupprnsa. Voting WllUa
watched the proceedings with consid
erable anxiety for nomo time and fin
ally, leaning over toward the woman,
"HaH has that baby any anything
Thtl wnmnn tllrnuil iin Ia.I..J .4
blm with an xirennlon in which
H-ufti nnd pity wero blended.
"Well, 'twouldu't be for most foUss.
but maybe 'twould for you," she Mi
piled sharply, "he's teething," Its,
I TRIAL BY JURV.
f RNTLUMEN of the jury, era
you ngreed upon your ver
dict?" asked the Judge pre
siding over a Texan court
"Wo are," responded the foreman
"Po you find tho prisoner v-ltv m
"You do? Do what?" exclaimed the
"We find the prisoner nillty or doi
guilty," answered tho foreman.
"nut, gentlemen, you cannot returm
a verdict llko that."
"Wal, I don't know," the forema
responded. "You see, six of us flaS
htm guilty and six of us find him s3
guilty, and we've agreed to let rt mm
at toaV-UplUt Uacutna,