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EL PASO HERALD
About Broadway Plays And Players!
BW YORK, No. 26. "The Broken
Wins," new comedy drama by
Paul Dickey and Charles W. God
dard, will have iU New York pre
miere at the 4Sth street theater on
Monday evening, under the direction
of Sargent Aborn. The story is that
of an American aviator who falls 18C0
Iet into a Mexican home, 150 miles
below the border, and lands in the af
fections of a Mexican tlrL This play
has done well on tour.
Br BIDE DUDLEY.
on om popular soxgs.
-Toe Bingie was a married man. but
1 don't care a whoop. He had a lot of
i-mldren who had never bad the croup.
The neighbor's youngsters nsed to try
to get Joe Bingle's goat by bragging
f the measles and their ailments of
the throat. One day Joe Bingie called
hi, wife and said: 'Td like to know
why Mary. Sue. Elisabeth. Luella. Tom
md Joe bave never bad the whoop
ing congh. the measles or the croup?"
en Mrs Bingie made reply In tones
is soft as soap:
- Well. , who are yon. I d like to
now. to ask me sncb a thing? Ton
trut around this bouse lost like a
Kaiser or a king. I'll choose them
kids' diseases, so Joe Bingie, run
.ilons. Ton're crasy you're, so nutty
-hat I'll bet you wrote this song."
"PA6AKS URmBK WAT.
Wilner A Romberg have placed In
r-uparsal a new comedy entitled "Pa
eans. by Charles P. Anthony. En
caged for the cast are Joseph SfciM
r.uiT. Ir ne Fenwick. Helen Ware,
overs taste like "
spice or fruit Ex
Dare Extracts are
Twice as Good"
Alice Fisher. Arvid Paulson. John
Maurice Sullivan and Albert Wyart.
FAME HAS CAMK.
Reene Callihan, president of the
Indian Maid club, has notified us that
this column is to be boaored by her
organization, wnaoaye tntaas in ine
wind? Just read this:
"Dear Sir Why Is It that so many
people I know like yonr column? To
show you how mnch we like it we
(twelve girls all nnder twenty) are
going to name our club, which has
been called the Indian Maid, after
yon. Henceforth it will be the Dudley
Now. Isn't that nice? Well honest
fn irnndnesa. It is nothlna UOUSUaL
We've often swung an Indian club
our way. Darn a u we aoni maae
the club the chorus of our next musi
"WHOPPER" STILL. PLAYIXG.
Bv the war the report that the
Western "Little Whopper- company
had closed Is wrong. While tnere Baa
been a change In the management, the
troupe Is going along playing on the
coast, some of the engagements be
ing guarantees. Arrangements are be
ing made whereby a company headed
by C. Anderson Wright win send the
eastern "tattle Whopper" soath.
THE HASH-HOUND'S LUCK.
A. Narcissus Kober, who styles him
self "Harlem's handsomest hash
hound." Is laughing over something.
This is it: With Charlie Davis, well
known in the Bronx, he attended a
performance of The Greenwich Til
lage Follies.' In the show they give
away little tambourines. Narcissus
and Charlie took theirs away with
them. As they reached the Astor
hotel. Narcissus decided he'd have to
telephone her. and went inside.
Charlie sat down on the stops and
fell asleep. When Narcissus returned
be found J1J5 in Char 1105 tam
bourine. Taking the money, he har
ried home and put it in the babys
bank maybe. Charlie slept on until
a cop came along and gave him the
"WHeXL. TELL, Hlllf
Walter Kiugsley noticed last night
t'uat the electric lights at Keith's
81st Street theater showed "Behold
My Wife," -Going Up." It tickled
hint so much he phoned us to ask
how high up Is?
HE HKLPKD A FRIB.VD.
Just why Lawrence Orossmith
should play in "Hltehy Koo" a week
and then gracefully step out, has
Patter And Chatter
jHoff wallow Locals
Rt Dt "K BOTTS.
By 5. K. KI5ER.
IBBLIHVK In Mng cheerful I
Itope TtHl bo Hen any rati:
It la foo-HBh 1o be trarfal.
IVhrn if a Jest aa eJrf la amlle.
Only Trraltlinea thdih and raamM
When they mhi the mark or atnmM.
Fate TMfrrea Iter eboleeat fami fr
the hopeful and the stroBfft
I In 1st on feeing? merry;
I am optimistic very!
That la, nnleaa Vm Miles, or the
pin oa Ire made go -rrroMp.
F15 futile to he gravely ,
nmlBc tronblea that are Jt;
1 believe In thinking bravely
That all talR- eome rtht, at Hit I
There's no profit In complaining
When It happens to be rainlnir
Ao one ever fonnd that Tfhlalng'
eanaed a dead to di "appear i
Ton vrlll find me trying dally
To perform my dntlea fcayly.
If no tarn of luek la making1 me a
atranser to cood eheer.
1 BELIEVE In leaping Hfih.fr
Prom my bed at break of day.
And 1 find that .mil In hrlffhtty
Ilelpa me greatly on my rmrj
X refoae to think Trlth aorrovr
Of the tronblea of f omorroir,
,For I knorr that no oae ever yet ha
heard the eraek of dooms
I am aliraya chirping aweetly.
Keeping care avray completely
When I haven't any reason to be
eroakiag' la the gloeni
s, swo ch
1VI1E.V WOLVES ARE LOOSE. WATCH THE FOLDS.
Some men can't convince themselves that their best is being done unless
they are doing their best friends.
A WORD OP CHEKR.
Tome, brother, try to be serene, and don't complain about your luck
1 1 you are one who's never been run over by a motor truck.
Conrrirkt mo htonMMail reaturs Ssrrtes. Ise Becistered B S Pauat OSSee.
DEAR NM KABIBBiS,
My MUS BAN O VJIU. NOT LET M6 WEAn WNG Ct-OTWES-WHAjr
CAW HIS REASON BE ?
U VVONT GET A JOB ip you LOOK PROSPfROUSl
been puxxling Broadway. It now de
votees that Mr. Grsesmith west in
la plnch-hit for G. p. Huntley, merely
to give tbe latter a chance to recover
from his Illness. They are eld
LFsaMB Msl jeasTSCWwj
Orery OoHaat Clovca Coa
fnln rcvamjtaAhvM AatM
A cm o Vaaaa Dan's Ia-9t
mf Sccwtt" mS be nirfnf ym
ftifjmt wal caeaac ac pankje.
GARRETT a. COMPANY. INC
jO Bub Tajrainal, BrookBo N.Y.
Ernest Truax Joins "PItter Patter"
Harry Clav Blaaev has returned
unaries jseAaua-nton nas out a
sons in "Three Live Ghosts."
Ottola Nesmlth win have the femi
nine lead in The Guest of Honor" on
. William Fsrersham says he has an
original play by Mark Twain. It was
"Hsppy-Oo--eky" has bit a win
ning stride In Chicago, where It is
drawing capacity at the Playhouse.
ar isu junners is to
an American motion picture star in
films produced by J. Staart Blaekton.
SIgmund Romberg is writing the
music and Ballard McDonald the
lyrics for "Oh, Pat!"
When Michlo I tow stages a revive'
of Japan's historical Noa drama, he
will be assisted by Dorothy Smaller,
who is in Annan Kalixs operetta.
"Temptation." Mh Smeller spent
much time in Japan. She once ap
peared as solo dancer with Pavlowa
Arrangements have been made to
make a series of the new slow mo
tion films of senor and senora
Cantos, Spanish dancers, who will do
the dances they present in "Spanish
Love," at Maxine Elliott's theater.
A THOUGHT FOB TODAY.
Egbert Hoes ins of Wellsville has
written a "Mother" song called "This
Is Father's Pay-Day. Girls; Line Vp
He s Coming In."
I do not eare for Cousin Syd,
Although I keep my feelings hid.
But good old Uncle Ezra King I
At, mt he the sweetest thlagr
AMERICAN WOMEN GET
FRENCH HONOR MEDALS
Paris, Truce, Nov. it. Former
president Poincare at the annual
meeting of the French Academy
awarded gold medals to Mr.. Edith
Wharton. American writer, and Mrs.
TA 18 128 CROWXS.
Belgrade, Serbia, Nov. 2. A head
tax of Izt crowns a day has been
imposed upon all visitors to this city.
THE IRISH OF IT.
O'Brien (at phone) What! Te can't
hear what Ol'm sarin'? Weli. then,
repeat what ye didn't bear an' Oi'll
tell It t'ye again.
FRISBY HANCOCK dent want to be
fathered by any of bis kinfelks thtj
week as be bas asm-thing important os
Sid Hocks is thinking about raaviag
te Tilstket Ridge. He Jus alwaye
wasted to see mere of tbe werM, an4 a
persen tan get a better vie of it nf
there without even having te stasd es
Tbe Tkkville pfcetegrspeer has beta
caught deceiving the psbhc. He took
a picture of Yam Sims the other day
and made it look handeese.
lime to Save
For your cereal
Evsrj Bit eatable
'There's a Reason
choose from ...
. . and he
is one. . .
... the other
grows in the
far' Andes. . .
... and when .
he blends them!
osen out 01 twenty
The world over, some twenty coffees class as
really prime. Each has its own distinctive
Of the whole twenty, tie H & K blend- t
master has selected just two. They perfectly
One is Brazil's finest coffee the mild, sweet
harvest of the Sao Paulo uplands ; a premium
The other is the piquant flavor-berry that
grows in the htm Andes 'round remote
Medellin. It yields a rich, cheering tang.
You would not be quite suited by either fine
coffee, by itself. Something would seem lack
ing! But the blend-master enlivens the mel
low Sao Paulo with the piquant-tasting
Medellin; he balances zest with Uandness.
And he thus creates that rounded richness
and smooth, wholesome flavor which makes
H & K Coffee so wholly pleasing. People
keep on liking it.
FROM THE CHBSTVDT TREE.
"My wife always kisses me when !
Affection or investigation?"
Tokio. Japan, Nov. J.--.V semi
official dispatch staffs that the In
veetia of Moscow confirms that Wash
ington D. Vanderlip has arranged for
concessions in Kamchatka. The news
paper is reported as sayinjr that
American capitalists are negotiating
with the Russian soviet government
through the Handes company of Nor
way for exports to Russia valued at
The Real Way to CookRlce
Heat 6 cast wster, with a pinch
of alt, in Urfo tsucepm. While
bo3in vieteatlr, slowly tprieUe
in 1 cap Comet Rice. Cofiticue
baiKng afeeet 29 isiaetes astS
Xrmini are left. D rain a ce4and er,
and set on back ei stove BotH frains
fill apart. Do stf eever test
makes rice hesvy ead sejv.
Here's the Chicken Dinner for You!
GET your Comet Rice ready exactly ac
cording to directions given above. Then
lay on the tender chicken roasted, boiled,
Suck a dish! A blend of flavor chicken
flavor and rice flavor a flavor you now hardly
It's mis way of cooking rice, plus Comet Rice itself,
that does tbe trick. See bow wfiite and flufiy it cooks
up. How clean and tender it is.
Sold in dirt-proof sealed cartons. Get one from your
grocer, and have it with chicken for today's dinner.
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"TThe cave man used to drag; his
bride to tbe altar by the hair of her
T see. A girl who wore false hair
stood a good chance of dying an old
Fill Out With Pencili
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eat cm hand ail tbe time, when you
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It never allows baking
trouble. You don't "dread" to bake.
,There k nothing to worry about and
that really is the hardest part of it
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake its all
tbe same. There is never but one re
sult the sweetest and most palatable
There is not as much worry
over baking costs either. Because
Calumet costs less when you buy it
the price Is moderate.
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much of it it has more than the
ordinary leavening strength.
' You getmore out of the flour,
sugar, eggs, shortening, etc, be
cause there are no failures no wigte.
The most critical of baking
powder judges gave it highest
awards, World's Pure Food Exposi
tion, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paris,
The largest selling brand in
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 eg. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it
4 cupa of paetry
floor. 3 level tea
Baking Powder. U
teaspoon of salt, 1
cup of sugar. 2gg.
beaten together, 2
ed butter. 1 cap of
milk. Then mixm
the regular war.