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when she does things with those
snaky arms, but every time she
unlimbers the FUttny Kick
everybody yells in glee. YoU don'
know Why, but you just have to
" Miss Greenwood is1 one of the
features of the new show at the
Winter Garden. Besides possesS"
ing The Kick, she can sing a little
and dance a little. There" is loy
more singing and dancing in this
shoW, the first new one New York
has had set before it since the hot
spell came along. One danee id
very odd. It is done by the furni
ture. The orchestra plays "Every
body's Doing It." A girl comes
in and dusts the chairs, tablesi
piano and pictures. Edcli article,
as soon as she toUcheB lt Begins
to dance. The pictures merely
jerk abojit on the walls, but the
other things ervrate around the
room. There are people inside of
them. (It is possible you may
have guessed this.)
There are at least a Million
other things in this "Pdssing
Show of 1912" which k a most
elaborate production of the
There is A tank, and a dozen
girls In pink Uhion suits to jump
into iti and climb out, and stand
there, and jump in again. Thelr
grace and agility are fascinating,
especially to the hietr. Men are
regular, cpftnoisseUrs of grace and
agility, oU know-or didn't yoU
ever 'notice it?
A very good furniture polish is
made by using equal parts of lin
seed oil and turpentine.
tJncle Sam?-having gone into
the restaurant business down in
Panama, is serving gbodA flourish
ing meals for 9 cents, ahtf regular
banquets for 3tJ cents, ,and makes
a little profit on,it. HeTUns 19 big
hotels and serves something like
600.0QO meals a month.
Traveling men accdstonled to
Americari hotel service and prices
are amazed at the quality, quan
tity and cheapness df meals at
these Stars and Stripes hostelries.
There's" nothing at home in the
states to compare with them. And
this in spite df the fact that every
thing has to be transported to
Panama and kept coOI in that
brazing cfthiate, while most Amer
ican hotels Under better climatic
conditions have a boUntiful sup
ply of food easily accessible.
Talk about the cost of living!
Uncle Sam has knocked it in the
head doWU there, where he has
had fdll swing, and could shake
off the grip of the American food
trust and avoid the incompetency
and gfefid of private manage
ment. And if Uncle can do so well
right off the bat, in the adverse
conditions of the tropics, what
couldn't he do i he feally got
busy here at home to make meals
cheaper for everybody?
Prof. aiziel of Edinburgh al
ways pronounced his name Dal
zell, and in later years he dropped
the "i" when signing his name.
When challenged about it he re
plied: "Why not? If an T offend
thee, pluck it out."