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Can You Beat That Sadie r 1 < By R W Taylor l
run ooav MltH A6E WILL too BET SURE t rr4 ON rAY IIEIE YOUR TWENTY THANK I ABf I I
lltJOUU 10D rf i1115 FIVE ON WAY 10 THE HUH t THAT now CMA DONT EVER ASK ME To KNEW HED WINS 1
MhZIE I LETS rknES will CHAPULTEPEC TRACk NOW WIN I WOt4T BET I BET FOR You ACMN1 I I HAD A TIP FRM i
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ELL rains opened up at last I gave Abe five cold bucks to play He thought the old skate had no show But the good old hoss wln from the start
WELL lashed the Governor to the mast Chapultepec to win today And figured he could keep the dough And Abe starred in the losers part
And the good eld times Is comln fast he never put the coin upl Say Cause If I lost Id never know He paid but It darn near broke his heart
Can you beat that Sadie Can you beat that Sadie Can you beat that Sadie Say can you beat that Sadie
JHE NEW PL
The Wolf
Has More Tail
r Than Body
SD thereby hangs a ail This Is the most that can bo said tor The
AND Yolf an m mined piay by RU author who seems to be fond of
wolvos In mens clot ling Mr Eugene Walter
1 In Paid 1n full Mr Va tcr trots out an oM sea woif who Just stop short
of devouring a woman and In the pay whIch sraroiTy satisfied the hunger of nn
udlsnco st the Bijou on Sae inlay night u paced on exhibition a more
sin < pr wolf who was killed while pur
s ig tre same saute Ths may be one
vlnw of life hut It certainly Is an ugly
tie and tw distance of the Hlon
I Bo country Vy r3 means lends en
a2 + < uiirne To the view
Tiu Wolf hap mor toll than bMy
sfi This tal Junes the Play Into a fight
c1 w1d + i and the one ajngl moment of drama Is
rod sen li the Hash of a match which
t I reveals ths Habitant hero triumphant
svr the Anerlcan wolf For the rest I
I me pU Js little more than a trail
I through hP north woods that leads to i
u deat1 strangle In the dark
I
Saturday nights tight was more be
vllderng than Interesting It wits I
doubtless a muscular moment for the
chief actors but It was hardly what
b the author aoul cherishes as a strong
I scene For two lone acts the Ameri
I J can villain had been neglecting his du
ties as en engineer In order to add to I
the unluippinesj of a yeJIowtaUred girl
whose Swedish mother bad run away
nnd left her with a Scotch father who
C never tired of talking about yellow
hair and a Mick soul If tho unduUful
i vita and mother had only run back
i e
yy t again nnd gamed the tlreaomo old
t graybeard she would have been a much
yp greater blessing than his Scotch Prea
byterjnnism
iWJIIIam Courtonny as Jules Beau < But lllida had no mother to cufde
tilan Sheridan Brook as Baptiste her when fine went to the well for water
and performed other little chores which
IDa Ida Con Beet Oaf evidently learned In n correspondence school Mean
4 vhU tin engineer was doing his best to witch her on to the wrong track He
bad already driven a FrenclhCanadlaii girl < o her death and Jules Beaubien was
there to ret vecytnnc and Hilda So for no bad
last you were and there you stayed The pay refused to budge and the I
C11y Interesting thing about it was the acting of Mr William Courtenay as the
I OTtatttal hm For one Inihls life Mr Courtenay showed bJmtelf to be an aotor
tor onoa ha broke away from tIe college boy mhool of noting Ills perform
lIDoe was marked tar grace and freedom
I sad M tonguB caught the pato e of the
poet with rnrprlsm eeae Air Walter s I
SDsje who played the engineer In sen
BfbU anton roofed enough like Mr
Ccrurtenny to toe tits twin brother and
< o a n oC the recnblanoe gave the Rs q
Mudtaoc a little aocaethin to talk I i
rll lboat i
Mla Oonquart and the author were t +
e
Iupaatly to blame for maklns Hilda nt
fad tntotsrejrtnc At bent aha was a
j colorMs area tire tove came to her by
rQelgl Bh couldnt understand when t r
iedced whether she nIt the great de
ate tnt dial ahe thought the did
ma JnTen wan aa happy tui the orroum E
Fphamstt of ttm third act tvoold allow
r MJV Walter mlrfht better hare kept
f Vi great Aeatrn to hirremlf for It
Ilrsl1 fcjrracht a mUll to tt Caos of the
b iadleue Like the stern ScaWh parent
I whont MSr Thomao rirtdlay gate a
l ttttmlfLet0 dM ct It wan ampoutlM to
t tt MriotuTT It was much funnier
D Xr George Prob rt who afwmod
ep tblnlt htmMtt Sit sift of wt and
bfttothfttl atplrtt Mr ShtsrMan BlooR
wte plvyod a trnder vary wU might
lamra nt ned Hits longlrw to Mil ome
+ b Bhootbix Mr Probert c
< < 1e by <
It
But th re tits only one kllllnllthe 4d
great fleahvi wns only acoond to flia
r tflht Jules und tho bad enclneor Thomas Findlay as McTavlah Ida
pl pled In tbe dark Tho scrap was like Conquest as Hilda
a roorlng picture chow when thy light
to1 bad There was a great deal of heavy brenthn and iiButtn and mauling nnd
Teen tin moon came out to see what was going en But It remained for UTe flash
et a nmtdh to tall What wnji left of the story The face In the matchllght was that
of lutes
Broesrt for thin one scene the play waa dull and uninteresting There were
womentB however which showed Mr Vtalter to be an author Trlth an Imagina
tion that Trill probably do bettor thln a when It U out of the woods
CUARIES DARNTON
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HINTS FOR THE HOME
The Use of Papers
OYBR flours with papers on
C atormy days or after aorubbmtr
they leave no duet like rigs do
Pagers between mactre and cprlngn
heM dust off the door nnd save tho
nmltress
Candle Grease
AhV out the nnuont put a blotter
w LAN common white blottr on the nn
t der shin bow point whore thin
pot t 8 and ono on the top Then tnko
a not flatiron and T > rens The heat will
melt tlio cantlle ssretidn nnd lt liiottorn
will A S orb tIm wiol of It Repent If
necessavv using now part of blotter
Flaxseed Cleaner
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0 clean anv color of lil glovon
TO make n thick mufllise hy boil
4 ing a handful of tlaxeeeil nod
4dlnx a little dissolved toilet soap
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Then when tho mixture cool put Un
gloves on the hands and rub them with
n ploco of white flannel wot with the
mixture Do not wet the gloves
through
Another good way Is to take a fine
loan soft doth din tt Into a little
sweet milk thon rub It on n cairn of
asap and rub the gloves with It TJioy
illl look like new
For Clothing Spots
CONVJONIENT clener for use
A on clothes may hp made of
iJiceaecloh fashlcned Inn a
ibag three Inches square Kill the bag
I with dsp rents worth of map bark
nnd saw up end Uhen waned for Mn
I place the iis In a hasn of warns wa
ter and use ns a sponge un the iti
clo to be clennfd wlulusr wjth a lr
cloth After unlna dry the bag and L
will b ready for another time
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BSYORIS OK pwErrDtNr rIffIERR
I haunts The hoer c an in on oh and obtain bears < 1 a > n ot ner sot
I mlston from the owner to pen4 with his
i there Thither he rw one on nil I
brace roan servant and hU tall blrt111 rUlts
qbostly
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I pctlnc human Rrnf In the Ahnripar ee to
tone he is titA llv arntd and rrrini T
xpo any rtc Hehh 1r5r 5tTfl lRn nant
spelt sloeppLay W
eok to puy He h3 1print eta
MM in the duel 1or nun yL Ii
door
I a chlill bare foot A clOf5 on ° ac orA I
hie effort then open of its + e4et of
in H bureau the vrtter rinds a J ercet tot i
o j
I oH Ittera HI + In < r 4 n ° TLJi unJcnon I
j be in an agony of heir from vm oar
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toiue Tie errant nirtilM r VeV
after mc I
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SHUT nxnr Io Run ten
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mid bolts out of the aouw Tne T III h
an in 1e daunted house bra tOltkat Inn
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ncnej njcalnst terror aa1
rcjsonlnr to marsh thmnthn t f4r
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CHAPTER III
Continued
Run It Is After Me
A cept agiln w truthful tiif talcs of
Spirit Manlfetatton In Amortra musical
or other Founds wrlSTi on piper pro
duced by no discernible hrnJ aril les
if furniture moved rtttiout apparent I
human agency or the actual night and
touch oj hands to whloli no bodies oem I
to telons still there must be foimd the
JIEDim or llrrnjr beiiB with consti
tutional pecullarltlps capable Of obtain
Inr these sign In fine In all siioh milT
vela eupposln evch that thpre Is no
Imposture the must be a human being
like ourselves by whim or through
whom the effects presented to human
beings are produce
It la so with the now familiar phe
nomena nt mecitr m or eh tro
biology the mind of the person operat
ed on fe affected thrmisrh a material
living agent Nor supposIng It true
that a me msrlred patient con respond
to the will or passes of a mesmerlzer
n hundred miles distant Is the re
sponao ress occwisloncd by a material
lieliy 1t mW N > thaiKh a rr aJtertaJ
fluldcall It Wootrlc call It Odlc call
It what you will Tvhfch tins the power
of traversing space anti passing ob
stacles that the material effect Is com
mimlcated from one to the other
Hence all that I had hItherto wit
nessed or expected to vrltness In thIs
rrAT b house I believed to be olca
cloned through some agency or medium
as mortal ua myjsei and this Idea
I necewiarlly preventod the awe with
hlch those who regard ai super
natwre1 itlimea that are not within the
ordinary operation of nature might
have bean Impressed by the adventures
tures of that memorable night
New Courage
As then It wa my conjecture that
all that was presented or would be pre
sented to my senses must orlRlnnte In
Fame human being gifted by constltu
tlon with the power so to present them
and having some motive so to ilo I felt
in Interest In my theory which In Its I
way was rather phllotophloAl than eu I
perstltlous And I cnn sincerely say
that I was In as tranquil a tempor for
observation ns any practical experiment
alist could be In awaiting the effects of
some rare though perhaps perilous
chemical combination Of oourH the
more I kept my mind detached from
fancy the more the temper fitted for
observation would be obtained and I
therefore riveted ee and thought on
the strong daylight sense In the pace
of my Macaulay
I now became aware that something
I Interposed between the page and tin
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llirtit the pas was overshadowed
looked up mid 1 saw what I slinll lliul
It very < 1 I 111 cult perhaps mnnMlhlc to
describe
The Shapeless Shape
It was a Darkness hapliiK Itself
forth from the sir In very undefined
outlln I rnnnot snv r was of a
I human form and jot It 1m < I more ro
semblnnca to 1 human form or rat hlr
I shnHow than to anything else As It i
stoodwholly apart and distliif rtwn l 1 i
air ami tho Iltrht around It Its dimen I
sions seamed gigantic the summit nearly I
ouciilng the IClllnK While I gazed I
a fcplini of Sntentp cold seized my An
cebeip before tin could not more have
chilled me nor could HIM cold of an
O < brg have been more purely Physical
I feel convinced that It was not the
coM caused by fear As I continued
to Rnei thought but this I ramitil
hay with preclslonthM I dlMlnxulBlunl
twit oyes ooklnR < loan on me from tlic
height One moment I fanoleil that I
i tieungatshed hem clearly toe next
I hey teemed gonu but still two ravs
a ynle bate light frequently shot I
Reflections of a Bachelor Girl
I By Helen Rowland
S ER1IAPS Its because he can dktntp to her that n man finds his
t stenogruphei so much moro companlonaiblo Ulan his wife
l Jh A modern proposal snt the least bit exciting the man remarlii
aisuolly Id bo willing to button your dresses up ic Ixick tl
jrlrl replies lightly Id be willing to dust your Curnl uroand
theyre engaged f 4
If St Peter Is really an old matt no girl over seventeen need apply for
admission to Heaven
A kiss may bo anything from an insult to a benediction and yet a man never
cam understand why a girl hi Indignant sometlnius when she In kissed and Isnt
at oCiera
One swallow dots not make a summer but It often makes enough trouble
between a huubund and a wHe to rise the household timpfirnttire to suinmer
heat If the swo low was a cocktail
A man will flirt with two girls slmultnneousy and then get deeply dNguMed
with both of thorn because they lay unkind things nbt one nnoMior when j
they and It out
Even a dead husband gives a widow some advantage over nn old maid
If a man would stick to his wife us ho sticks to his seat In n street cur i
there wouldnt be much need for nn alimony bureau
To furl Inartistically I f like stepping on a womans toes whm you are
waltzing with her It gives her reul ruin
The color of a frlonda finger nails or his socks has very much more weight
1th a snob than the color of Mi soul or hlo reputation I
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1 through the darkness as from the
height on which I half believed 1mf
dmbtetl that I had encountered the
PFCS
CHAPTER
The Horror
TSTltOP1t to Rpeaknn volco utterly
I failed me I eoiild only think to myself
11aelf
self Is this fear It In not fear
I strove tn riseIn vain I felt as
If welched down hr pn lrrr slsttlilr
force Indeedtrny Iniprpssnn was that
nf an Immense nod crwholmlnir Power
opposed to my volition thit sense orl
utter Inndeqijtioy to cop v 1th a fonc
beyond nmn nlilrh one may faith
physically In u storm at sea In H con i
llnfrrnUon or when oonfrontlni route
terrible wild hens or rathor perhaps i
the shark of the ocean I felt morally I
Opposed to my will was another wIli I
an far niprlur to Its strPHRtli as wtomi i
lire and eh ark err superior In materlii
force to the urea of man
Anil now js this Impression grew nil
me now came at list horror liorrur to
a degree that nn wet is can convey I
Ptlll I retained pride If not courage and
I
In my own mind 1 said
Tills Is horror hut It is not fen r
unless 1 fear 1 IIUHH h > himnnl un
reason tpois this thing It Is nil Il
lusion 1 do not fear i
i
The Curse of Drkntss
Vltli n violent effort I iiicc > ejBiI a
IHM In slrotihlns out mv hand toniinl
tie weapon on tlin table ItS I did s
on tho arm iftiil liiuIcU I received l
strange shock nod my nrm fell to in
side pow < > rle n And lion to add In iiy
i horror the light began slowly to wan
from the candles they sver > not 3S It
were extliiRUlshed but their llanio
seemed very trailually svitadratn t
was the amo with I lie firethe Ilyt
was extracted from the fuel In a v
minutes the room WaN In utter ilnkne as
ihe dread that eaimi over me to he tliii
In tho lark with Unit iliirlt Tlilni wimt
power was o tntensely lelt brought l
reaction of nerve
I
iI fact tenor had nchol thai
climax that itllt my MMINOI innvt I
have ileceiiJ me or I must have hurt
thriiui the fpell I did huint ihrniiKli
It I found voleu though the voice was
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Mrs Merry the Widow jL SHE AN OLD GROUCH Rv U F L g 0
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CHEER UP OLD BoY HAVE You FORGOTTEN THRT LUNCIlcc
YOU LOOK LIKE fl FlJNERRL DATE WITH ME z COME 1
You cWr GO Tb LUNHEOII CoMeHERES YouR II
WITH ME LOOKING HRTq LITTLE
LIKE TIIFlT ck SPIN IN fl 7HXI
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LUCKIM FEELING YOUR BLUES F GiTr N
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H shriek I remember that I broke
forth with words like these
I do not fear My soul does not
fear
And Rt llle same time I found the
strength rise Still In that profound
gloom I rushed to ono of the windnwn
j tore cell thin curtain flune open the
nlmttor my first thought wns light
And when I saw win moon high CIT
and mini I felt n Joy that almost com
pensated for the previous terror There
I was the moon them was also rItA light I
i from the enslamps lit the ileiertvil
slumberous street I turned to look
1 bark Into the I
room thn moon penn
i trnted his shadow very palely and I
I1rllnllhllt chili there was Ilirht Tim
i dark nilticr whatever it mlirln be was
i cone except that I could yet see a dim
ohnrinw which neemed the shadow of
lint shade ngnlnst the opposite wall
A Phantom Hand
My eye now rested on tlie tabl and I
from under the table which was with I
out cloth or covernn old nm ogany I
round table there rose a hand
seemingly just as much of Ilesh and
blood us my own but the hand of nn
awed person lean wrinkled small too
n womann band Tint hand very
softly closed on the two letters that In
n the table hand nnd letters both
vnnlsluil Then them came tlio same
I three loud measured knocks I had
j heard at the bodhmd before thin ex
Irniinllnnrv drama had rommenrc
1s t0in e oimds slowly censed I felt
thin whole room vibrate sensibly and nt I
the far end there race n from the
llrvir sparks or globules like bubbles of
Msrht ninnyrolored green yellow Ire
red azure tp and down to and fro
hither tihlther ns tiny VIIIotlie
Vipps the sparks moved slow or swift
each nt Its own caprice A choir has In
lln < drawingroom below was now ad
vinciil from the wall without appareit
HSfniv and placed at the opposite slip
ur The table
Suddenly as forth from the chair
there grew a sluitm a womans shape
It wan distinct us a shape of life
gliustly ns n shnpe of death The Cacti
afa that of youth with H strange
mournful bruiiiy thu throat and sliould
et were burr tn rest of lOll form u
a loose riIe of ilouilv while H bra i i
HleoklnK II < long yellow hnlr whloh
fill over ltd shoulders 1U eyes wore
not turned toward me but to the door
It nermod Hstwilng watthluif waltliur
Tim iflmdow of tint shad In the back
gniiind grow darker and ngaln I
WY K
thought I beheld the eyes gleaming out
from the summit of the shadow eyea
fixed upon that shape
Ghosts From the Past
As if from the door though It did
not open there grew out another shape
onunlly distinct equally gh
ghastly
mans fhnp a young mans It was
In the dress of the last century or
rather in a likeness of such dress tor
both the male hap and the female
M > nuKh denned were evidently unsub
stniillnl Irnpalpablea1mulaCMPhan
Iasnii nnd there wo sohiething In
congruous grotesque yet fearful In the
I routrnst between the elaborate flnerr
the courtly precision of that old < fath
honed enrb with its ruffles and lao
anti buckles and the oorps lllte anpeot
nnd ghostlike ntUlnes of the ntUIn
wcnrer
woarerapproach
the female the dark Shadow tartd
from the wall all three for a moment
wrapped In darkness When the pate
light returned tho two phantoms war
ns if In the grasp of tho Shadow that
towere3 between them and there iraa
n bloodstnin on tlhe breast of the f
male and the phantom male was lean
ing on itA phnntoim sword and blood
seemed trickling nAt from the rutCles
from tho lace and the darkness of the
Intermudlat Shadow swallowed them
illthev were gone And again tM
bubbles of light shot and nailed and
ciaJuIateil growing thicker and thicker
nnd morn wildly oonCud In their
movements
The Return of the Drowned
The closet door to the right of the
fireplace now opened and from the
aperture there oaine the form of an
need woman In her hand she held
letters tho very Cetera over which I
had seen the Hand close and behind
her I harrJ a footstep She turned
round an If to listen and then she
> i > nrd lie litteiYi and seemed to read
und over her shoulder I saw a Uvld
face the face as of a man long drowned
bloated bleached seaweed tangled In
Its dripping liulr und at her feet lay a
form is of a CIVIC and beside the
corpse there towercd a child a miser
aid ijuilM child with famine In ifs
hits mid tear in Hs eyed And asI
niiiUfd linn In old woman1 face the
wrinkles ami lines vanished and It be
came n face of youth liardoyed stony
but still youth mill the Shadow darted I
forth and darkened over these phan
toms us U had darkened over tho last
To He Continued I
I LMay Mantons Daiy Fashions
Vfll a cost Kit j
i I
s this one IK adapt ya FPy e
to all aeaftons of
the year fur It can he ft tit
t
made from an nlmort
HmltUwti variety of l
I materials In th 11
I lustratlun white pique h I
I rnmied with embroidery M I w
f
broidery but cloth i1
+ lk bedford curd and
I
111 aterlals used or
childrens coats are I s d I
appropriate For tie d
= iiiif season II1u e 8
linen cotton bedford p > B 9
Tcord and the like are 1 B 1 I
much used while for r p ey im ° t y
the very warm i t oa t i
weather still thlnnnr
9 I h V I e
fihrlCK are dainty and J 8 i
I are much liked 9
whereas for the cooler II I Af it I
weather cloths are In 8 s 1
6 B
every way appro
priate I 0 t
S Itil
The Quantity of ma 0 I
terial required for the I w
medium lilz 4 years
I y
Is 4si yards 27 3 al j I
yards 32 or S yards 44 I
Inches wide 3i yari1
of narrow 6 Si yarll +
of wide banding 6ij l 1 m
I
yards of edging
Pattern No allot
Ms cut In slzee for
Xlrls of 2 1 And t
n
> ear of age
Childs Coat with Cape Pattern No 5951
OaJJ or send by mail to TIlE EVHNIKG WORLD MAY DILi
Halo TON FASHION BUREAU No 133 East Twentythird street Nn i
lo I York Send 10 cents In coin or sta nps for each pattern oidtniJ
Then Obtain IMPORTANT TVrlte your name and address plainly and al
Tatterni lay specify size wanted 1
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