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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, February 17, 1914, Final Edition, Image 18

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New rk, Tuesday.
February 17. 1914
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THATS THE USE! -gE ) By Callahan
(UAWS NOW THAT Wi ARE I ? il 'OM.HOW-KB-OOO.ttAW'J O Tl f SSI JL5??ECTL, JiP II I ( OH.GLAOVS, I FoRWT TO 1tLL You I ( At lit iuAT,er4'in
7 Aula. frMlSaSSl I ! IJ"tl tH0iNlbK JlfLWl I COULDN'T wjiT FbR. S GfTl UcooT TW MEW HAGOOA Cowm AUIl WHAT'S I
AT&ffiF' -?'Jli 2l!iPSB U" TOJW22k'w0 H5 to qo, claws to r.oL"6'5 F0R THE USE ? I
jfepBIR MS DOG AND THE DQGCATCHER
B I MERE A THE LI rLE, werin
4Jf 4 AW CUSTOMER
' v;'
iimns uas of aebBkpp.
Qua," MM Ttnky, the
ftteM-put-ls mmn. am be came
m popular ear on he cner
it ate Aowa on um floor,
tt froai th etrap acroaa hie
Um It atllt acaluat
i Ulrd rail aa taouca lotaad-
to stay aome Um.
Ttt' bettar Uke a little ktmmel,"
Qua, who evidently knew the
ways of all ale customer.
C'tgH yoo It l a glmrnm of eebnappe
i I a IT 111 want tn hava; ain't It
I am coin- to pay nilt It?"
r. Mavinaky sullenly. "Vot
It do me to be a nrat-oUa
aajr bum wben It la that I
i aay no more utan a loarerT
IT Aiat the freaident
, what Wood.
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gaWhM-WJL-ASl M. . J. - . A , A llijgtgs i ala1
A Page off Comics,
Sketches and Stories
vnu rathrr
B whooDil. at thai " maid Qua
"wbooptli" la th vernacular tor email
on. Hut Mr. Hlavlnak treadled
away with one foot on tba bra
third-rail M though 'jiartly turnlag
an .maalnarv at'laacn arlndlna
cblne. and he beat the bar with ti
t of ble rood right band and angrily
UM-mred he woul'l have arhnappe.
"Ain't 1 a man or ain't I a mlcr
creamed Mr. Blavlneky. "Fur why
should I have to com In aad get
a blue eye fighting the battle of the
Independents to get what I want?
Twenty-five yea' s 1 am In this country
und I i niiia ovar at iiriutnhnrii w t Ant
a red cent, and now I got It tn the
spar bank" a touch of caution Inter-
vened. and Mr Hlavlnsky mumbled
that he had '-nougb In the bank to
make Herry. the undertaker, speak
respectfully to him after he waa dead.
when Berry got a look at his savings
bank honk.
"You kin have a klmmel and you
can't have no schnapps," revested (Jus.
"Wash day, ain't It?"
Mr. Hlavlnsky sighed and nodded
in th affirmative.
I" said Qua. gad faintly
taey coaio ar
could boar a steady
Aft1' '
m m m m
rr herr-ayei,
fir you QRCr wt'LL
FooL THAT i)0-CATCHER J
whispered Ous In awe. and
b took a glass of klmmel himself.
Just UtB. Stein the Iceman, came
la, his sleevea rolled up despite the
Twilaae of the weather, and going
otraf a opened the ug upper aoom
of th lee abamber of th refrigerator
and gave th Interior th sprt's
aaarahina arlanc. "Four hundred-
wayat, you u no oniy, um, um
HV. you. Stein!" said Ous. "Ynu
hav been making craVs around tn
Italamphy'a plar and down at Swan-
son' about now ir I was aeaa ana
left my wife Lena a lot of money end
If you could get a bill of sal reason
able for this stand and as everything
waa In bar name anyway, you'd marry
hn"
"Aw. you mustn't nlnd what a . v
aay when he's got . pott," ux
plalned Bteln, In a good-natured, open
manner, aa though, ns two old friends,
there should be nothing between Uus
and me. Aa lor your wire, Lna
her 1 wouldn't get off my wagon to
nick her up If ehe fell down ,n the
i street. Bhe e loo fst. she talks too
much with her mouth anil she's too
fresh with everybody "
i accent Vour nitollay, Rleln!" said
flu, his face llghitni; up. and he nnd
! tne iemn ehnnb hands Have
ktmmelT"
Mr. J. W. Rangle and Mr. Edward
Jarr Joined th paity at this moment.
lust as Mr. Clavlnsky began to air'
bis woes again.
"And yet." cried Hlavlnsky, "they
want to wote! If they do like vot
they do now bow Will tt bo wben they
got a wote. la our house is ins aud
or floofy?
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THY COMfc j
my little Usy what don't miss a day
at school, yet there Is their mommer
and Becky and Oertlo and Rachel
and Yetta und Leah uad that loafer
from Phllumadelfy"
Th mention of this last added
starter to th little girls of th
Hlavlnsky family waa .a used by th
appearance of Mr. Bernard Blodger,
radiant, rosy cheeked, dressed In th
halght of his Ids of fashion, and all
topped off with a purple plush hat
and a fur-trmmed and lined over
coat.
"Hiss, brothers! Hiss and rattle!"
he cried airily. "More and more New
York get to be a joy town," he added
aa be notlred th kummel glasses. I
don't think any wine would ever be
opened if a real Phlladelphlan didn't
drop In on you once l .vhllel"
Albert, the street sweeper, had
edged In through the side entrance to
warm a bit and, aa he expressed It,
"slip a little stimulant" into himself.
As Mr. Blodger. King Bnak of th
Hagacloue and Hplendld Society of
Snakes, or Married Man's Protective
! Uenitue. ordered a magnum of win
I be opened.
"I ain't got a roagnua," said Qua,,
"hut two quart I nave.
' "And lake care they haven't been
r,tan4lns cork up In your lee box atuca
'the Spanish war," said Mr. Blodger.
, flourishing u twenty-dollar bill.
. "Come, brother; have a glass of
win T"
The laat waa addressed cordially to
Albert, th street sweeper, but Albert
shrugged his shoulders.
"My division of th D. 8. C. had
little stag last night and we out late
flfe'S oOT l MIND
y -He Ghoshs
.J
I Copm(it. tin, hj Th Km
Th Xrw Tyft grtnlm
atyiim wi mwitlrm Vi
A th raat also declined win aa ,
th surfeited street sweeper had. Mr.
Blodger was taken aback. "Ob. wall,'' 1
THEN HE TURNED AROUND!
OmiUgat. IMS, by The Pnej Pabiualai Oo. (The Me Turk giesisf World).
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AND I
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(Tlx N. York atmine Wort.)
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tVyrd.) w
I TMWK TWeUE HETHI
he said, "you New York guya don't
know women-taming, anyhow!"
"No." they all cried. "Do your
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OH. THE 'MARSTEkV JOM TO THE
COUNTRV . Hon . PAV MOO RAY
'OPE ' E DON'T rnMP nm.fu
FOR MAUV AH' MAHV A DAW
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arid the Ride
By
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Thin Folks Who
Would Be Fat
Increase in Weight Ten Pounds or Mere
A rhyfftrlM'i Adrlce
I'd cartAlnl ftiv molt anythinr
b ttbiA to fi up a fw pounds, and stay
that way," daciarM vry axcaMlvtly
thin man or woman, fluch rault la not
ImpoaalblA, daplta past failures Thin
poopl aro vlrtlmo of mafl-nutrltton. a
condition whlL-h pravonta th fatly
mania of food from balna takon up by
lit blood as thoy ara whan th powara
of nutrition ara normal. Initead of got
tin Into tho blood, all th fat and flash
producing alamonta atay In th tnttlna
unti thay paa from th body aa watt.
To corrat't thla tondlllon and to pro
due a healthy, normal amount of fat
th nutrltlv pro an as muat b artifi
cially miipiMhI -tiih i ha puuar which na.
tur haa danlfd I hrm. Thla can bst 5
nrcompllahad by ratlna a Hargol tablft
with vry moil. Harsjol g a aciantlfin
'u.nhlnatlon of als. nf tha nioat of fact I v
elfnu'tns known i tha niadlral prnfra.
sion. Tukan w It It maals. It mlxi with
tha food to turn th ajfiara and !
into Pleh, rip nourlahmant for tha t -
iint hUiod ami 1 1 141ml Jw rerriirli
ubla. Raportad aulns of from tan to
twnty-flv- pounds in a final month ar
hy no tnaans Inrraquent. rat It action
Is MntOtff natural and aba.ituiclv harm
less. Suraol 1. sold by suod drutrgiata
Vtrvwhari and tverff packafa contains
it Buarauts f walaht Incraaa ur inonsy
back.
Not: walla "ararol has prnducai ra
inarkabla results In th traatmant of
narvoua liidlaaatlon and anra! stomach
disorder It should not. awlna i0 ,
ramsrkabi flash produt Ina affact. La
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