reason being that the namehe bears
is that of a soldier -who happens to
have been killed some time before the
action of the drama starts. This fact
becoming known to various persons
In the story, the doings of the mys
terious Capt Woodhouse are closely
watched by them, and also by the
audience, which remains almost as
much baffled as the characters in the
play, until the very close, when the
tangle is straightened out in an in
stant. Gibraltar is the scene of theTihci
dents, and the people in the plot in
clude a number ot stranded. Ameri
cans, whose letters -of t credit have
collapsed and whose plight as depict
ed is very much that qf many flesh-and-blood
Americans who were -really
caught at Gibraltar and other foreign
places when the war fcroke out Two
of the most interesting andrwell-acted
parts are those of an Illinois' bank
president, played by James Bradbury, 1
and a department store buyer, by i
Carroll McComas. J
Effective work is also done by Ivan4
Simpson, as an English derelict, and
by Macy Harlam as an East Indian
servant, who is in Germany's spy
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT
In the musty museum wandered we
A lowbrow I, an a connoisseur he.
Before a case of strange graven
He paused, ever foolish as a fox,
And mused, "An Albrecht Duerer
But it struck, me funny, I had to
It "didn't appeal to me-indeed,
Axylophone is about' my speed.
"BOR" KDUR HAIR: DUTCH $T
i5 THE FASHIUN
Look it up in the dictionary,
L " iad to.
He Could you: learn to love me?
She I learned to speak Chinese.
Dartmouth Jack oLantern.
Dame Fashion has invaded and
raided Holland. The only import
ant trophy, she carried away with her
was the Dutch, "bob." .
,.The Dutch "bob" is not especially
becoming f o grown-up women, but it
is -fashionable; therefore, popular.
The woman who does "not wish to
sacrificeher-crown of- glory for fash
ion's sake may wearx a "bobbed" wig.
humble cranberry makes
Very good cherry pie
"Cherries 'are a luxuryin winter
time, and So is. cherry pie a very
good substitute for chernsrhowever,
is cranberries, which are' never very
This is a very good recipe for mock
cherry pie: Cut one cupt of cranber
ries in halves and one-half cup of rai
sins cmVin small pieces. ' Mix one
scant cup "of .sugar with, tone table
spoon offlonr and stir into" the ber
ries arid raisin?. -line pan with rich
paste and turnin mixture. Dot the
top of berries with one, teaspoon of
butter, cover with top cru$t and bake
in moderate oven twenty minutes. As
soon as taken from the oven spread
the topwith a little butter and sprin
kle over a. tablespoon of pulverised
sugar. Serve warm.
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