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j uuiyji iijM.l"V"Wjr--icri
by the way, is the only team of
comedians that has never had a
In his professional appearances
in these columns Osgar is the
more violent and overbearing of
the two and it is not surprising to
learn that he leads the swatting
average in the slapstick league.
But, when he lays away off his
flaxen wig and fried egg hat and
washes off the grease paint, he is
really one of the most amiable
characters that ever turned handsprings-
in the parlor of a theatri
cal boarding house for the amuse
ment of the landlady's sick baby.
In fact, too much stress can not
be laid upon the real situation
that the enmity between Osgar
and Adolf does not extend be
hind the scenes. On the way
home from a performance they
will often stop at a lunch wagon
and share the same cup of coffee.
This is quite another picture from
the usual one in which nothing
can assuage Osgar's delight when
something unfortunate happens
In private life Osgar is some-,
what literary. He is the author
of many profound thoughts, such
as: "A man shoult nod look a
gift horse pistol in der mout," and
"Der irly birt catches der night
vatchman asleep." He can also
play beautifully upon the me-lodeon.
Kent, Conn., .man married a
gjrl whocould cook pancakes
"the way they should be cooked".
If he has a good appetite no one
svill envy her job.
UTTLE OLP NEW YORK
(The Junior Office Boy Reviews
the Wordless Play, "Sumurun')
n. y., Wednesday you 'would
think it is a lot of deef and dum
ackters that is up to the caseno
theayter now, but they aiftt '
they are frum germeny, a,nd if
they wanted to ackt out loud in
germen, they could do it all rite
but that aint their game, they
do sutch swell ackting without
saying nuthing that the aujence
is wise to evrything wot is going
its sumthing like moving pick-
chers, only there aint none of
them signs all the time, saying
"fredrick desides to murder his
unkel," and "lizzyputs red pepper
in the stew," and all that stuff
it is a hot little play they got,
its called sumurun, witch is the
name of a lady in it
sumurun is the wife of a old
sheek, he has got a harem, and.
she is a kind of head wife, witch
bosses the uthers around.
one day she is out shopping and
she sees a very handsum peddler
by name nuraldin, they git stuck
on each uther at wunst
also the sheek has got a son, a
giddy youth that bums around
toun, and he gits an awful smoosh
on a slave girl that dances in a
show run by a hunchback
this hunchback he also is?
mashed on the slave girl, and to
git her away frum the yung sheek
he sells her to the old sheek, for
then the hunchback, he takes
pizen,obut it dont kill him,, only.