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The Evening World Daily Magaz ne Th 111l3day January 23 l9O 3 a
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HE NW Dr n J ii
foLh and Dili ift
Only Stage Cousins r
of Weber and Fields jJ Y
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Y motoring up to the Circle Theatre In their diamond studded cars
BY Weber and Fields linking the names for old times rnke may eee I
themelves as San Francisco Iiaj been seeing them ever since Kolb and
Dill decided that theIr names belonged In front of a tlicatro and not over the I
door of a delicatessen shop
From timo to time rumors have reached here that Weber and Ileld were
tmsc Imitations that they had no right whatsoever to theirnelvoa and HuH Kolb
find Dill had every rht to that distinction except the trifling one of birth
Bo that as It may ni Sir George AV Munroe remarks when lie pauses for
breath at ihs T ystlc Kolb and Dill are horo at last to srwak fnr tihemfelvcn
In delicatessen dialect Tftoy offer at the Circle a lioompipco called lone
lamc Town Choice cotter Beats may bo secured hY Sir Vobrr and Mr Field
wli the stago money that made them famous fur they need only Mentit
I themselves hy acting a short change scene at the box ofllco window to bo taken
for granted and gassed through the do
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When you stop to think that Weber unit rieds nro ro old that they dont
do themselves any longer you nre Interested and perhaps amused to sea
that Kolb and Dill do not share this silly notion and that they are doing
them to crowded houses Time file In Manhattan but It settle down for a
comfortable stay on the lope
For years Kolb and Dill have been pickling Weber and FleMii for the San
Francisco trade and local pride In their enterprise has been eo great that on
various occasion loyal citizens have raised th question Why are Weber
and Fields
Now we on our elite mig ht Swlst the query and rend It howling across
the continent were It not for the fact that we can find the answer by going to
the Circle We ran take our local pride with us and watch It swell as we sea
to Kolb and Dill the sincerest form of flattery for they are not the destroyers
they are the preservers of Wobor and Fields They cherish what Joe and
Lew Sxave cast off 110 chin whiskers and the close shaven coat the gener
ous Blomnch and the stingy volco
It to like old times In Lonesome Town though Wober might say By
gout If I
And lAw mlRht beg As a Mend from the heart out I ask you
To an of which you could say gently and kindly Perish the thought
Tell pertsh a couple of thoughts
There Is really no cause for alarm Kolb and Dill havent stolen Weber and
Fields Theyve merely borrowed a few of their old clothes the long ervlng
I 1 seltzer bottle and IL trick or two of speech and Knit They have done no more
than others have done Brvxidway below Fiftyninth street would not laugh
Itself tired over them but Broadway Just above Fiftyninth street will doubtless
continue to hall them as Stage cousins of Wchcr and Fields with the same glee
that lost nights big house took In their earmnt attempts to be funny
Old jokes were trended with the greatest consideration and the venerable
oltzer bottle was given every opportunity to share honors with Its champagne
running mate There was no soda fountain to drown memories of the past All
was as It used to beand the audience was glad from Its nilms to Its grip
Kolb and Dill made easy work of their dancing and got through their songs
with several encores to their credit The till one of the team suggested
Field at times but the round one missed W ors simple note of childish into
and seemed to listen to everything he slid
Miss Maude l mxrt was a Chicago widow who almost married every man
In Lonesome Town Sho was called Mrs A Marvclloui Wondfr and she
wao In black tJhe stopped flirting loin enough to sine When tare Moon Plays
Pedca Boo but the moon had sense enough not to como out evidently hating
decided to take no chance
1 Ionjorna Town Is livelier than It sounds and It has round a good site nt
t the Circle CHARLES DAUNTON
Betty Vincents < e
te e Advice to Lovers
Introduced by Letter
Dear Betty
J s S rtroduced by letter to a youtiK
Lady with whom I have been com
o munlorvtlnK ever since Js It right
for me to write to a young lady whin
I T have never seen 1 Is It right for mo
to send this young lady a amal token
of fran < l2ilp aj her birthday falls this
month M C K
I think us you were Introduced by
lettor that there Is no harm In writing
to the young lady or In lending her a
birthday present
t Wait for him
II Dear Hetty
YOLNG man has been calling on
AYOUVG the 1 It three year Dur
i ing that tlnva he Hhowoj that he
J cared for me Recently he erdd that he
r couldnt afford to not married for quite
ooifl den to come for he would like
to be in bualnesa of his own before he
entered that stage of life Shall I wait
for hlmT My 8K la nineteen and his
U twentytwo A A
t If you jerlously care for him wait tor
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him You are boBh young enough to I
wait several yean
A RUde Young Man
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AM see D Ina oocnptuiv with a young
7 I matt whom I dearly love and know
that he loves me One evening while
at an entertainment he joined some of
his friends leaving me all alone the
IU whole time and when It was time to
f ro home he would not accompany m a
r f friends and nwnelf giving no special
ruuun 1 would not Ilka to give him
f uD sa I love him most rferoteVlly and
this U th first tirno he has acted In
that way How shAll I treat him In
the future U
The vounc man was very rude to von
1 Treat him coolly and when he elks
i the reason of your conduct tell him
I sou think he should be moro conslilcrate
I of YOU if he realty loves you
He Loves His Cousin
I Dear Betty
I I J AVi been k cplns company with a
i H young lady for about five year
i i J who Is a first cousin of mine Was
snout to make arrangements to be mar
riel when I Win inforsne that It Is
Improper for first cousins to marry
Can yu tell me If this Is sot J J
MrirrloKB of first caucus Is allowc
In Now York though 1 do n > it think It
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Cease Calling
I Iho ar HIt
T HAVJ3 made the acquaintance of a
I young lady who invited mo to call
whla1 i I did a fen times in a social
way But her Intentions from what J
can see are purely matrimonial I I
I would like to put our acquaintance to
an end How can I do It c r I
I Ifcmi eel any more Make excuses
whftn sli1 Invites you to her homo and
she will soon tee that you are not u
goof niUrlinonlal candldnta
Tho Translation
OW Willie said the bad boys
mothor stonily Its time vov
realize the fmllltv of stru
cling against the Inevitable Do you
know what that means
Yesm roplled tho boy promptly
It means toy nlnt no use you wnslt
In mv taco an hands cruse thevT
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I Hint for a SubJcjrT Let us uppose some member of our Art Club has nskcd
Uncle Uunclo U go camping Hover the dog U not going to bo left bolded
I prcwiiiio there Is part uf u large tout shinvuu in lii front of the plctiri of
course you are to put this In yourself It you like You will find poll pans palls I
and all rolls of things necessary to make up n duo catnplnjr outfll so lot the
whole club to on this camping out picture trip together and enjoy tt according
to their own Idcaj When n picture Is HnlaluM mall It tj Cliildruia UUltor
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SYNOPSIS OF pRCcnniNo CIIAITEn
Ihlllp Kcllh a young New York physl
clan oho nf3 with his erratic brilliant
gnnJfathur 1 n > f KB th In about to nuirrs
Iphna Cujler an nchnowl d fd besot > its
rrjndfatJipr In send ns I > apiTi e n pearl neck
Ice the day l > tore the ttpjllns aildiMi
he rift to nor In her married name which
I ronjldcre1 n hit men 1Mtllp inananes
the business attars n in Invalid coii m Mr
Mjrr whose oroolKlrl < 1nucJIr Olive se
cretly loves him and t5 maJlv jealous of
Uiphnr It hart been Irof Keith hope
that Ihllln nil one mlifht sime Jay Burry
and fa Inif vor carps IMllp of the dan
eer of imrrvlnir In beautiful i woman a
Daphne Ihlllp laughs at the warning and
the wedding takes iUce Turk Ilolcn ai
mMitlmllHonalre who hoe wasted his life in
extraacant Jlpatl has fallen In love
with aphne bat re Is femln ly unaware
ot his nod nJontlnn Three years piss
luring wlilch Paphnes beauty Increases
I > e nnd Plillp hw a little daughter who
H the oil Professor Ido1 Philip Is flpaln
warned that n beautiful R wife must be
carefully ruardtd and never neglected
CHAPTER IV
Continued
Three Years Later
It KEITH was conscious of a n p
DH at annoyance with the extreme
i beauty that brought upon him
such a preachment Just i > o he had
been annoyed abroad by the murmur
that had ever followed Daphnes progress
TPSS through a crowd whether In a
theatres foyer at a picture gallery
or at the races that unbuyabli
murmur that men of leisure and
of the world would gladly pay
for with such souls as they have j
loft holing it to bo the hallmark of
the words recognition of a woman I
beauty and a mans good taste I
But to the practical Philip It was
silly and It was annoying making n I
man feel conspicuous and truth to tell
he win Just a trifle bored with tho ex
Uemo beauty that aroused so much
comment and now he answered with
a somewhat forced lightness of tone
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Dear cousin parr Daphne Is one
of those women of cool and perfect
poise who can accept all and rive
nothing I
The old lady smiled a little sadly
while nodding her head and answering
Yyes while they are sure of j
marital love Not till she begins to t
doubt her husbands affection does a I
wlf stumble
And then lIch exclaiming and laugh
ter had broken forth as Daphne and
Olive returned from a stolen visit to
Mrs Mirrs dressing table Olive
swept curtseys to her mother and
Philip with her reddishbrown mane i
of hair turned up as nearly as possible
after the fashion of Daphnes artistic
coiffure Her slim little neck looked
too weak to sustain such a weight and
when her mother told her It was quite
Imposblbla for her to be permitted to
weir her hair up yet she sighed and
retorted she didnt care much al her
neck was not pretty at the back like
cousin Daphnos
Then pointing at A tiny golden brown
velvety mole showing on the magnolia
white throat Just beneath Daphnes ear
the Incorrigible Olive cried
See sho has every gift In the world
alumna even to the devils beauty
mark a molo
Why Ollva Oh dear Oh dear
and she appealed to the ceiling Is
this what our children learn from their
beloved convent teachers
And Olive with her hands bohltul her
In true recitation pose answered
No dear mamma this Is what chil
dren learn at convents but a ir < i
sister UaUiers Girls learn most from
other girls Vliv I taught it wholo
Baas what you said once ulMut dimples
being Cuplda IliiKut marks and we luul
the biggest dimple hunt afterward you
ever
eveBut
But Philips laughter drowned further
comlideii e tu e III 1
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I deception about Olives age passed with
11t Though she felt a taint touch of
surprise > r > n > I attar vnc called
Olive to say goodby the girl after an
Instants hesitation kissed Philip twice
with great energy and as they drove
away Daphne remarked Thero Is a
somewhat womanly ardor In that little
girls endearments
And Inllp answered Oh she parted
I from me In a huff and that is Just her
babyish way of reinstating me In her
Rood graces thats all
I And now Olive was eighteen and a
permanent member ns I have said In
the Keith family She was stillansrti
Jar she had handsome chestnut hair
and brown eyes that ware quick alert
bright and whet she felt well merry
I She had a wide wonderfully expressive
mouth but Instead of being fair with
I the milky whiteness that goes naturally
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with such coloring as hers she had the
I sallowness of Ill hcalth the pale lips of
an anaemic and though the doctor
I often treated her for dyspepsia sleep
i lessness neuralgia and the like It was
I only Daphnes proud cairn eyes that
i took note of a secret emotional unrest
I feverish hectic that made Olives man
ner changeable uncertain running
from extravagant hilarity to sullen de
pression
She was not pretty and her character
was ns yet undeveloped as was her
figure She was often guilty of mall
i vuljmrltlcs but as they were entirely
of manner not vulgarities of nature
they were held to bo curable And yet
I with all this Daphno felt eoine danger
ous quality In tho girl some impish
power to influence people to do her will
She showed a strange lack of delkvtcy I
and reserve in her bearing toward
Ihlllp whom she couslned nd nauseam
and whosu comings and goings she at
eighteen Mill emphaileJ by the em I
braces familiar to her childhood < lao
on occasions of her frequent inexplic
able anger which In one Instance at
least Daphne had traced to the witness
BY CLARA MORRIS
Author of I A Stage Life A Pustebtinrtl Crown find Others
Ing by Olive of an unusual demonstra
tion of tenderness toward his wife bjT
Philip In binding Da > hnes anUle wlU
rot bniuiosea for a sliKrht spraIn un
j war A of Olives watchful eyes ho had
hold the lovely little foil butvutn hH
I hands a moment then brushing Ms lips
once or twice across the instep said
Daphne yours Is tho only perfect
human foot I have ever seen
And Olive had flounced away and for
days had kept her room demanding un
ending attention from Jhlllp who Ilnal
ly told her she would be a hypochon
driac by the time she was twenty If slit
went on yielding herself up utterly to
every fancied 111 I
A word of blunts of disapproval from
OHYWRECDY GEE IM
YOU WOKE ME UP HUNGRY
AND NOW I FEEL T00T51E
HUNGRY TOO
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the doctor reduced the girl to abpt
misery fears rushed to IT eyes
You you never apiSLd mamma
fur bcluK 111 ihe cried petulantly
Your mother ought iK iJit iliiuise
with splendid courage for UK years
but Olive you n t le n fife it vliatovr
form It assumes Ton hnr iu organ
trouble and It you hid n taut strong
enough to stlffrn your will and hold
you to the purpose you could attain h
loalth with all Its Joys and triumph
ilnnistly ho added teuslnssly with
illlhter rilnlillnij about his c8hon
stl y now Olive It will be hard to find a
man brave enough > marry a mala le
uiaslnnire
Her choeks flushed hotly and Rave her
Ir Collision Puzzle i I
ATFlllit brought
FATHIH engine
for Tom and a
dashing automobile
for Sue so In a spirit
ot friendly rivalry
they decided to have
The auto
a race
starts from tie No 10
at the same Install
that the engine ookeo
Its nose over tie No
1 The engine travels
nt the rate of a mils
a minute while the
auto noes own miles a
minute
Since the ties are
equidistant apart
our puzzlUts will be
able to figure out lust
exactly whore tho
smash up will take
place
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curling lip she etreated him not to lisa I
an sleep over tho question of her marj
rlaco probable or Improbable
At Mil events In the case you men
lion J shall not be reduced to the neces
sty of bolo and comrr ii k ties to
rue hldln of my llncs > Itit I should
lose the iHputiit in of perfect health
aid Its attending ihirim
1 or the llrst time In his life the doctor j
1iiikcil at ho Kill with cold disapproval
A very sapient speech no doubt but
vlll you kindly uxpiuln to one who la
too dull to follow jour lead what memo
nr of my family Is hiding Illness
jJkllllet 1
dive sot her ups together tight and
iird unit twos Alliiit
Y i clout liltin the professor since
the entire household
llu1 Is imlictvl under a
vjutpin of IIIH uiliiilnUliud by himself 1
Ha by DaphnoMuy If yuj mean her
5on will again bo out of your reckon
ing Neither the clear pullor of her I
skin nor the slender delicacy of her
body siiKsrct lllticrs to tlui medical ojo
site Is iu sound OR a nut And rally I
ant iulto believe that aver you con
Slit my wife as under lltu ntceslty of
aiding any Illness
Huh the medical rye cried Olive I
In coiitrMiipuoiij tones that wue nevertheless
tliuless very near to tears Abroad It
may bo a very piercing optic but at
home oh well when did over n milliner I
wear a < eut hat Or a cobbler lava
mi anvtl mv I lit broken shots
Kee > in llio v int jdtue frovned
Ihlllli A lu Is liiillii an IHnoJs n
th a holly 7
W permi 1 fcinuMnt have called
t an Illness but It Daphne was an ore
ales wife yull would w nlaliily
KiinUKli that ste Is aliu I dont know
Ion you fin sit at tall vlti hr > r end
not see how slo lust plays with her
fooL Sio dttit eat mil she dont
walk half as much as sho used to mid
and mItes us neivous as a cat now I
and I always thought she had been
made without nerves And you may bo i
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Ias mad as you please but I know
I Cou ln Daphne fainted In her room the 1
I otter day though Lena DaphneMays J
I iiirs denied It to me up and doan
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I So there now Isnt that hiding slck
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A slow color hail risen In tho doctors
I fatfi as he listened Oh he Blbinly
offcrod and sat staring at the boor
Tleii all Ills vexation of manner gone
I ho beau ht n bottlo of coi o fie from th
toilet table find tecan to lathe Ollvei
forehead who broke Into sudden chok i
ing sobs and accused him of despising 1
can se 3lo was sick and he ao 4
kuunlett ed ho was ashamed of liav
112 teased her and tlnaly left her com I
forted will n kiss on her oheek
lint lio luKiin to watcn hii wife wth I
cle r wide open eyes amid secretly i
nun tilled that in untrained girl Lad
observed certain slight chanc5 n her
health and habits that his trained and
oMxirleneuj eves had wholly ignored i
And what he saw gave him consldera
lo food fur thought lie had recently
been laying plans to attend a certain
great nifJical cnlleo In London Ills
very hart was set upon It Ue mer I
meeting of such world famous men
wJllld be equal to a liberal education i
And with a thrill of pride lie thought
of the Invitation cxtenJed him tu read
11 ipcr before fiat august udy and J
tho honor win so ircal so precious that
liu muttered aloud
I mint got I must And yet there
Is Ilaptnc and If my susulcloin urn
correct she is Mainly lo vt > n > ldtT
Ol w hy nfcd tliftj t o iiiii tuiii af
ilrs havo btcn tuned lto hij ifo 10
ijrthor like thin
At any other time the tldon nnv
hell to ue troubletomo would liie Luun
nulcuincd with UtfUht tor it ur
hots foml aisil prouil HIS a Ji of uU iuil
dauilitcr lifter the Immtiiuriu 111
torn of mankind lie lutes < 1 lor a mill
babe a creature tluit nfi1 nut nitiult
too Kollh name at marS ige but ream
It all hits life and nThui aiulili > lima
miino in tho land
Why could nut Uniine lo Gila M
other woman Why coulil elo nut cui
quer the mdutsued itifv oC uac miy
lit aJs her vn y sail whit nt d
fears A uiikiitrs halt itviiipu it u
rect Inhorilaiu tum Her urn mctIJr
I whoso morbid CLI i mum tad LI c j o I
restraint for veu uefoie iipnv
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birth ljai > iiiii > wio luvul coO > e i iui
i passionate iiiJeniiMii wuat vuy Jill
oOtMiioJ cantrurl In tier own If < t pru
pectlve motherhood woe mtzU ttitll
such fears us fairly L auiJ nor
eason
j Practical unliiiiiiuve nun iM io
was ho yet > u t iu C ii e
wd 1uk in liar u uo IA v ii
she strove haidujt lor MICJU iv
only In the steelier uf li s aiui ti nl
becurud tt llttlo pcaiuful < yep hw day
alter day Ito returned i u e nor n u
pressed against tho wlujo rf t + In
Leascle winching net um r < i
I uiniin nl the > li > 1101 oviju
Int When will lie rum
I lie iiiiiellibortd How lie duds It it h
i hul Teet leiinllipj H uiiidt m I
i ri uliiiiT uluiiii hisi t u >
i imiipy In briiinlnJ ir 1
I 11 > e nl lot i in Hutt he i 11 41ii r
lur iiuiet niiKiHtaia iiiioA i
> itn r peed tjuiuly G i > i
HI v wee Hllll 1IUV lie efci iV I aI < i > I
Ills Autul told ward ovui i Ie i i r t
lc HI uuv Ill h n
tag tho possibility of IcuViw In1 >
facet a like comlitlon alone KH at
Itust six wtieks To u twiiiifii of t1r <
mc I I a ne iuiavuri Iwaa
iiiunlil ill em keep in ye upon 4
and Lena Is an experienced noose nnl
six weeks Is M short n ilnu
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soultossed da > 3 unit l1itIi of pun r
rill sia pe agalna lrl nt ap I
AIaal tutf sra i 10 UIMI 101 u iii
inent from hU Pan aiil win n uk O
at jurprlie lie reaiel non far nu 7
those tovorHlie days seemed In what
an extent hol wan living a lift tvlm y
lit > > own when he could thu hoIL + e
oelveii his wifes welfare and 1 > C
rntltcatlon of his professional ammo s
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