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Home and Comic Page of TIIE EVENING WORtP, Monday. October 26 , 1914
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THE DIAMOND NECKLACE
Charlie Carttr, ambit I out to kern
The First of The Evening World's New Picture-Story Series
(All Ki'ftoi Ktutttl)
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The diamond necklace and Hubert's
hoM-up men arrive on the same train.
Tba hold-up men see Charlie receive
the package and lay their plana to
ateal it. to be conttnuea lo-morrvw.
f Charlie Carter, ambit low. to learn f Charlie and Helen Rich, the Presl- I JI""' iubcauU I . Mavrnrt.. TtvtZ i. I to tVemrtov. tirrhM4 uo I
Iteumma I I secret and Helen make. frVquent I eretKa for Charile aroum In Hubert a I tothe city, he ask. Charlie to receive I laca from Charlie's safe, planning to I
lLV Joh" R'Ch' I $JFEVffiJi. I Mtt Jealousy. I It aW keep It In hi. gate. I hare suspicion ca.t on Charlie. I
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THE MARRYING
OF MARY
By Thornton Fisher
Pa Wanted to Be Sure That
His .Coat Would
Come Back!
THE JARR FAMILY
By ROY l MoCAROCLL
Oil 11. Kit. W Tk l-Ma MUI
MM, BERNARD BLODGER
MISSES AND RATTLES.
IND how are yoa Mr.
Ulodrerr asked Mr.
Jarr. Hoe really did
not care bow the youns
eecond husband of ta.
Wethsr et the Cacklebarry cirta was.
hat eae must aaake these laqulrlse as
ft saatter ot form when one drops tat
aaeBpectedJy.
"I ta sttll Bnakel" replied Mr.
araard Blodfer. "I am still King
laake of the Philadelphia Den ot the
leal sty ot 8plsndld and Bag-aclous
WTIti" that Qreat, Grand and draw
Mr OMeaatve and DefenslYe Order ot
IHMaat Karrlsd Meal And our
ajaeiarwiaiil U 'Hiss, Brothers I Htas
aadBaeUel The Wife Haa No nihu
he Xaahand Is Expected to Respeetl
, susa, Brethsral Ulaa and Rattisl"
T Am arery time Mr. Bernard
Weeaw eala "Hiss aad RatUsl" he
ail teeth ad rattled
. (TU M lark Biwln WmMi.
'Oh, shut up, lUrnsy. you hlg
boobyl You maks me tlrtdl" snsrlM
Miss Irene Csckletoerry.
"Now, you girls don't sass jour
Pswrl" cried Mrs. Ulodger. "I do
declsre, Mrs. Jarr, Just because Ber
nard kept company with the girls
first"
"He found out our dear dead, real
Pawr had foolishly left everything ta
your namel" Interjected Miss Oladya
Cuekltberry.
Mr Uernsrd Blodger, who waa a
very lsrae and beefy young man, who,
it appeared, was permanently tempo,
rarlly unemployed, rattled his coffee
cup to signify he wanted more coffee
they were breakfasting rattled the
morning newspaper and rattled hla
cuff, but tons his life was one whole
rattling good time and he serenely
smiled. Ills attitude toward his step
daughters was one of genial cynicism.
i evidently did. not think it worth
dThytng that he had married for a
good home.
Beeta thai everybody bat kkt wife
hauled and kedly. Mrs. Jarr, ta keep
la praeoee arae got iktaK
gave a aaa at the self asserted King
Baeke and cried sharply: "Dont rat
tie those awful oellulold cuffel It
makea me nervoueir
It la aay arerogsttre to rattle, to
haw and rattle t" retorted Mr. Blod
ger. "That la antll I am rendered
fangieee and eenteaoed to eilenoe."
Noting Mrs. Jarr a look of Interest,
Mr. Ulodger condescended to explain.
"When a Brother Hoake succumbs to
henpeckery, be is fanged. lie la com
pelled to wear tight twisted rubber
bands around the shanks ot his cuff
buttons, and no more may h raise
bis hands and hiss and rattle! Then
be turned to hla wife and said abrupt
ly: "Miss Bally, gimme 10 cental"
He always ceiled bis wife "MUa
Pally," it made her feel she waa atlll
young, aUts methods were not ooer
elve especially when be needed pock
et money.
"Bernard, dear, you had your allow
ancs of to cents a week, yeatsrday,"
replied Mrs. Blodger,
"Ain't I getting m; gold toothplok
mended, and It will cost 10 centsT"
remarked Mr. Blodger. "How can
stand around the Hotel IJellrue
Htratford and discuss the war and the
financial stringency in a refined man
ner without my gold tootbptckT Qua-
me 10 cents!"
"I alat going to give yoa 10 oaata
again to-day to waste, maybe, at
those tango teas," aald Mrs. Blodger.
"ghiti Sarala, dear, X'ae geto te atra
you an automobile. A gentleman left
it out on the grass plot, aftsr bringing
Mrs. Jarr and the girls over from New
Tork this morning. And, my gra
cious! It's raining. Tho automobile
ill get all wet. Why don't they
make 'em ao they'll told up, so one
could bring them In the house when
it rains?"
"An automobile? Not .1 cheap one!
I wouldn't ride In a cycle carl" de
clared Mr. Ulodger, who, like many
ether people, only wanted the best
wuen ne was ouersu someming for
nothing.
They an went out to me doorway to
look ut the low, rakish eight-cylinder
Klassy Kar. A heavy sbowsr waa
pouring down and the red coloring
compound that had been applied to
the car by Mr. Dedrlngbam to change
its aDoearance bad all washed oar.
This coloring matter bad combined
with the oil from the engine that had
aiso run aown oo me grass plot, ren
do ring tue mixture inueiiois, jror a
year inn itiouger-uacxieoerry family
guinea sroai social uiauuonon be
cause tnolr house could be told from
the thousands of others Just like It In
Philadelphia because it had a real
grass plot In front.
"It ain't such a much!" said Mr.
Blodger regarding It Indifferently.
"But where am I going to get gaso
lene for UT Mlas Solly, glmms ten
cents."
"Ob, well, take it!" said Mrs. Blod
ger, fishing a dime from a small bag
ahe wore in the bosom of her dress.
"But I can aee that automobile is go
lag to be a dreadful expense I Can't
It be rua with something el set There's
a aaatt bottle of household aamoala
la the kitchen that ala't never
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THE EVENING WORLD'S NEW PICTURE STORY SERIES
$25.00
AWARDED CAOH
WaTaTK FOB THE AO.
CKPTED SOBNAItlO
THE KYEN1NQ WORLD starts printing to-day, at the
top of this page, a picture-atory entitled "THE DIAMOND
NECKLACE." This story will be printed In six Instalments
of six plotures eaeh, computing the story In one week.
It is ths purpose of THE EVENINQ WORLD to print one
of these picture-stories every week, end the readera of this
paper are Invited to write the scenarios.
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ture.etery le drawn will reoelve $25, and the name of the an
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A Crael Thrust
TX Senator and the major were
walking up the avenue. The
Senator was mora thaa middle
agea ana coxuaaerahiy more ehaji fat,
and, dearly as the major sored aim,-
urn luTBU am jbu.
The Senator turned wttb a :
exproasloa on hla benign oounteoaaoe
and aald: "Major, did you aee that
pretty girt sortie at met"
"Oh. that's nothing." laaslii has
friend. "The first time I aaw asm I
laughed out load." PhsladeJs Va-
uo ueager,
Atk Your Dejanar Wt
Thelaxtatt BtjIatD
Madras Ccilm, r m
Mad. i Aaaort.
a M enata
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