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Evert rjWorid Daily Magazine
ThHrtitfMy, August 9, 11T
This Ihhv Its, Mother Are llotlu True to Type!
By C. M. Payne
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Jane," Uurrtch, Krriw b pU)t, Mw-
It U iiMAunwi lltal lb Mfr
flhubert will Ixmk on tilr mere thn
100 of their own mill llld altraetlnns,
Along tbe linn of new prudurU".ts
are William Mode and Walker
Whltiwide In new play. "Tbe Torch
M.H "Th M.ltlliat of Motif." "UeU
tenant aim," "Jubilee IJrei," "MU I
Don't Know." Uhooln J Carter
The HtamtHxle." "Tlie Utile Hbep.
herd of Kingdom Come." "The UUr
Qatar." Tuvlor Holme In a new
ftlav. "The Middle Woman." "Chi
Chi," "The Cave Ledr." "Tbe Illue
Pearl," "Hglnnin; Again," "All Nlgbt
lnt." "Wanted, an Alibi," a new
musical pleco fur Mctntyre at Ilratb,
"Tbe Aaaauln" and "Tbe Hbam
A 80UTHPORT BENEFIT.
There' bound to be a beap of ex.
oltemnnt on I'equot Itoad, near
Carey Corner, Uouthport, Oonn., to
morrow night. If you happen along
that way and aeo a thin, nervoui man
with a aoft voice and a look of
care, daahlnr about yelUnK, "tea,
dearie, don't worry!" It will be llnrlc
Lueicher of tbe Hippodrome, eiecu'.
Inr hU wlfe'a orders In connection
with tbo third annual benefit for tuo
Houthprrt l'lro IJppnrtment. Mrn.
Lueecbnr hae arrratifod a line pro-a-ramme
for the deportmont and IU
friends. Among- thoae who will toko
part In tbe entertainment are Halite
KUher, Sophyo Ilari.ard, Harry C.
llrowne. Qui Kdwarda, Yvetto and
BaranoCT, John O'Mulley, tho I'av
Iowa Dancer, tbo Iiuell Troupe tbe
Kim City Quartet, tho Hkatlnif Hoar,
MUa Oakland, l'aula Ileoves, Dippy
Dler. Ixiu Anger, Vlrcent Bulllvan,
Lee Udwards, Klalne Korbea, Cbarlea
McNaughton, Louisa Urunnell. Harry
Utepben and Gertrude Do Milt.
Excellent JudEroont ha been ahown
by tho Charles Krohman Company In
making- Iden I 'ay no lis Ronerul stao
illrrotor. Mr. I'ayne proved his ex
ceptional ability and urtlstlo taato In
his notable production of "Hobson'
Choice," "Justice" and other plays.
He came to America first In 11 at
tho invitation of the Thontro Boclety
of ChicuRo to Blvo a soasou of reper
tory in that city. I'rovlou to that
time ho had achieved a reputation in
KoKland by his work aa tho organ
Irer of the llepcrtory Thcatro In
Manchester for Miss A. 13. K. Hornl
man. Raymond Brnmley. V. A. White
car, James J. Cassady. Teresa Law
renco and Charlotte . Ilurkett have
bean ro-eni;uRod with Thomas B.
Hhea for' tho Southern company play
In; "Common Cloy."
The opening of "Here Comes tho
llrlde" at the QcorRO M. Cohan Tho
atre has been postponed to next
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OLD GRINDSTONE GEORGE
This Was One of Those Times When Signs rail!
Bv Cliflon Meek
You Know the Old Saying: "If the Coat Fits, Put It On!1
By Bud Counihan
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a one. -2,touoh outa viiH ri Vour WT rr V fathead -that S x itfTg
the eveningjvorld Kiddie Klub Korner coNDucTEDjBYjBiaEA The Day's G'ood Stories I
Vovrrllht. 1VIT. t Th I'm I'uMUhtsg Co.
ITI Nw York ticnlix WurM.)
I Strange Sleeper.
'O-DAY'8 Journey shall oe to
see probably tbe moat un
usual monster on the globe,"
announced liombus. "Unu of tbe most
unusual and most usoful, too."
"Tell me what he is usoful far, and
perhaps I can tell you who bo is,"
ald llob, always fond of pussies and
"For tough leather, for oil and for
Ivory," annwered tho Professor.
"It he gives tuuirh leather his hide
must be thick indeed,
"To give oil ho must be fat, prob.
ably llvr.i In a cold climate and In
To give Ivory he must hnvo tusks,
or at least teeth." Dobbin figured all
ibis oui from ihlngH tliut liombus
!iad tol.l him on his different trips to
ee Ouidnorliind's vendors.
liohhltt decide J that the monster
must bo a wulrusl
He was right.
The trio started out, and taking a
beellnn wne soon itl their destina
tion, the nhoru of n northern buy.
There, on the lee. lay an uirlv
mountain of wrinkled Mesh which U
Known as a rucine walrus.
Hess wu tcrrlllcd at his ugly look
na snarp iusks anil Kent far awav
from the brasl. Ho was fully twelve
ieei long anu ns oig around, and
weighed inoro than 11 ton. Hla tusks
wcrf lorricue to iook at!
"llo Iki'" Tho three friends turned
at the wilind und saw nn Ksklnin
coming nToea the ico on his dog
Ho war n nlrn person. He. showed
the rhlldrei that his dogs' harncsiea
I HOW TO JOIN THE KLUB AND
UUTAIN YOUR PIN.
Hitii ni iinb in' num.
I t l H III 1,1
miii-tJtM. nuiuWpail Id rivt
li'll Mr mi lf -SUI --'C.
: UH. nd null
t.)mn to th Kiditi Kliili,
lT.nliu VwlJ, St. Kl I'm
Ho. W, V. Ilt. 1UI
THE THREE FRIENDS TURNED AND 8AW AN ESKIMO COMINQ
ACROSS THE ICE.
not I n w uwli ou twut
t. T.'H Vt 1 Alii.
(til!dti tn)-whrr, tint oier nnn jfii w
rt. uui Itnvmw mHitni. Kicrr nwntr U
irtwmtoJ ith i yihrr gray Klub llo uj
weie made from ttm hide of the
walrus, llo also took thorn lo his
home. They drove across the Ico in
his sleigh and part of the time Hfb
held tho reins. This was n grrat
prlvllego and grest fun too.
In the now hut tho oil of tho
walrus wan tiRcd for lighting and
cooking. "Are thn walrus hard to
catch ? nsked Huh. "No. they aro
very clumsy on land and easily
hunted," was tho answer.
It Is wonderful what Mmpln ways
of living these people havn up north
here, ihought Hob. He wondered
would any of us be able lo vo as
Hub. Hess and Bombus had come to
Earn n Klub Pennant
Ant D.VTY TWO Iwli frit tiiutit, n,J. n
Ihf Klub loVin. IVtr uxl nil. iM t-rir
les tb KlJJU Klub nun. t (ton
tm (o ptfrir Klub mrmlvr irtio tmrrt lirv nn
uif tubrn ul to run ntr Klub innni kIm iirinp.
In with him or hrr ttrxi othfr new mura, bii
wiinn, iiuDtlvrnl In mutluu, iwt.1 t nil wlia
ixiu imiiu, (ojauirr a lib ttu (uiture, an ttvt
vldnM of titfi tuw nvtabrr, )uM u U KQulrst
hrn Isdlilihu kidJlf ipbU for in.vnbanMa
AltCnbri lo rn,M ,k. .... . .1 i
-, , - y p s .m ivu ujiu wut MJfil.
a, tddn u4 wnlOcilt wuaUlT '
this northern country by the land
way. "To return by n sea routo
would bo fun," suggested Hob. 80
they boarded the boat going toward
their home, Kiiylng "good by" to
the Kj Id ni(i and the useful mon
ster. At least so they thought. Hut
many miles out at sea thny came
upon him napping peacefully on tho
crest of the chilly waves. That was a
funny place and funny way to sleep,
thn children thought Huggested by
Henry .Imbclmann, ago twelve, No,
7 Forty. eighth street, rorona, I I.
Cousin Eleanor's Klub Kolumn
"Dear K.iddic Cousins:
IN anawor to all your belated re
quests to know the fate of your
drawings sont to the July con
teat I can only say that If you -wish
o bo Informed by mall aa to
whether or no your work rocolved
an award or honorable mention, or
if you wish to have your drawings
returned to you, providing they aro
not among the prlro winners, you
must send two cents In stamp for
necessary postage. This must be acnt
WITH the drawing Itself. Not bo
fore and not after. If you do not
comply with this rule you cannot
havo an answer.
Jut In Time,
T5i un hft d.wn. bin UU CUrf
lot return, iter uiothfT vu icrj taxluui.
but tuU find DovhlDj. Aflrr 4 wbtlo, Juliii
ril.f.1 out tint h hl luuu.1 4 ht. llr
Hiwncn ,w.if it oact tint It win UUrhVu. A
rehviu Uut tin j fuuud tit trUtlo of Ultxlc
MfiliM thit tlwj could find nothln acm,
Uws went fiom. In rriohlni th hout. Sir
ftwwi found Mi wife mil duhtw mlUni for
Wm. Ui Imnwmtnljr ralbrnd tnd Aunt
Mn. ficxMHxr Uifntold him bow 0Url. on
trllntf for Imnw, hid rnoivn th lonx roid On
tin Mr Mr ponjr. frWSilrnM bj th dlt4ot birk.
In of doji tn to nin. Tmtnt. CUrlo
iMd on to hU mini. Her bit fU off. Llrr
tlx ponj 11im-1 out of bli bridle. Clirti tu
Unit to clri mti, wiin iut mortiir, who luul
cumi out of U bar to xij to h clirlce
toiir'it tier In htr iraw.
"WiU. Uut ! 1 iujtow mlum. wu it
Dot. llttU ilrll" 1,-kM Mr. ttpwicw.
"It nauinlr w.' tatvrtrd Cltrloe.
From TRliSB IIUf,VKI01tK, 111 l!r. min
Xo, IS3-M Wrt llouiton StiMt. N, y.
Mr. rtwiKTr )ixt tliwi rinn liome, ."Ulug bli
wlf tiiiiotu iki U ttiu-d wiut bad nii-
-ilh, tlmrr do omthiiii nul.nljl
wNil u motlirr Imu- ttiU, mirniiut at 1
Sti toM m ,) Mould l- It.in iImhiI
EM III GAL.U No. 329 East Nine,
tloth Street, city.
iMUHIKIj A, NORTON, No. 138
Clerk Street, Jersey City, N. J.
No. 186!) HImrod Street, Hrofelyn.
.1.1.1 r.rl ' m
a! ioo'-iort Aientie, urooklyn.
aUmts:bSt NATHAN OST
j Award Winners, July Drawing Contest
aura.., nan .1 iM un't bonw , y0nr3i No 1W st Jonn.a laC6i
'Iion't it rtclifti Anw, ril to and iNurh Urooklyn.
d"Si-tfcm T'm? kV, Vt,l!n?""'' MAROATHCT MUXiCAUB, eleven
J'!i.,iiS'Ti.d. ira "'im Join. tb I y,. No. 141 Wayno Btreet, Middle
iri"n. riili nunll un i Imr, It waa a i Village, N. J.
I'irt ehry ixaiUn'i tint a tra.t ..f hnr, ,o, , , o. Ix rar, "-
ITrwntlir U117 ..cam. to tb, Mm. B51 I,ceIt Street, HronX,
hvt tn ihfw hut about in k.i lio ii haj years, No. 4373 .Matilda Avenue, N Y
lartnl for iom.
Kh told ni 'd-IO tliroufh tbl lKlf tVWftwAAWwvvwwwvwww Is
Ile.ri.I-lM. M, Turner .L John w, Composition Contest
f . Kor August
A 8TORY FOR PACIFISTS,
COL. UOOStJVELT told at a re
ception In Chicago a story for
tho professional pacifist.,
"Tbo pacifist with his unwork
able idous," bo said, "reminds me of
"During the Franco. Prussian War
of 1870, Victor Hugo, then at the
height of his glory, was so horrlflod
by the cruelties of tho siege of Paris
MOVING PICTURE FUNNIES
Copjrlfht Natlon.l NmHKi BrrTlc
EI.TON SMITH of No. DS Madison
Avenue, .-"lushing, N. V., drew
thn best pli'tiirn received from a
klub member eight years old, and so
wnn given an award liven better
than his picture is hli patriotic am
bition to servo his country when ho
ttrows up. Ho prefers servleo in the
navy either on h rmuirnmp or a sun
m,lne' ,wrnlcnever 1'ncle Sam should
deolde. e are very sure that
whether ho mans a cannon or a tor
pedo. tube this your. American pa
trlot will give a good account of him.
WHO Is your favorite American
hero and why?
The Kiddle Klub contest for
August will bo to see who can write
tho best compositions on the above
subject, with an award of 11 given to
each Klub Kuusln who Writes tho best
. nrtlclo for his or her age.
Tell who your favorite American
hero Is, why you admire him most
and give tho facts of his life which
seem to you or greatest merest.
No composition la to exceed 400
words. Use only one side of the
paper. The contest closes Saturday
Sept, 1, and the first award.-wlnnlnr
story will be published Tuesday,
that lln AnmnnAnA I . . .
....u..u.u , tt uurov oi splen
'.' 'V 1 " out ln front of tho armle.
if I go out alono and unarmed 1.
Hugo-nnd If 1 let them kill me-
enTthwar" thlnk that thla
..n'i,i1'',?riyou' y7- certainly.- -as the
com and sagacious answer given to
Hugo'-Wnshlngton Star. .
CLOSE TO HOME.
'HE following- ntrtf., n.a . ,Ku .
.n - J nuo II
an officer stationed at Sea.
A rather simple looking young re
crult was seemingly bewildered by the
maze nf rrnttm iu-h...ih
ing Hubjectod To7" ThX" the
question concerning the allotment of
"Next of kin?" asked the officer
The recruit dropped his voice and
"I'm only wearing a vest sir" ,
replied. '"My shirt's it The'wash."
HOW SHE LEFT A TRAIL.
If-pHE submarine blockade," said
a Government official at a
dinner, "Is a bluff, it does
harm, of course it does untold harm
but as a blockade It ls.a bluff.
"The bluffing, bragging submarines
remind mo of the hen.
"A hen, you know, et out to see the
forest. "IPt " Crmv ln R remote
" 'HtiL mnrlfiiH aM iu.
y" not afraid. wihniit wings, of loslnc
vnilr wnv In all i,i. .1 . 7 ' u.1 fosing
" 'Afraid? 6l ''no rfhe hen
Kverv lllfln niiu 1 ' tnn n"'
guide mJ8elf back t "Lfi"ZL"
Cut out tho picture on all four side.. Then csrefully fold dotted line
1 Its entire' lonnth. Then dotted line 2. Fold each .cation underneath o
eurat.ly. When oempUUd turn ov.r nd you'll find i, surprlslna result
tho pletures. ,
WIFE! v rtirii
P', HB.N'RV 1 roi.'aiNK of the
v,.wl .ML-,, department said
In Milwaukee, where ), waa jn.
vestlgatllig a German p. f
"Why. even the. defense if these
fhitrnf1" tu".l!uu"- " m
know. uman i usca to
"Col. Ofeuel,,.,' Khe Bald to me n.
An "-""ana aoean't drink
Hurayl'yOU BUre' ,nlJam7, W t
doves.' "-Detroit VrTnu.