Hoat and Comic PTfcc of THE EVENING WORLD, Monday. October 18.' 1915
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Weren't the GUESTS There to "Warm the House?" ot H
1 etaiM Mr . Ummi ttU you .
Wkaa I n It gtt hi ordtr ri
TfaH, I cat a ro4 Job In a v.ui ,
Hrt Hrlt now. It'a catUd "A,
Hv4n4 l tka Hbadt."
t'A fcot kalcb-Ukatt I atuwtr. i
flTo I aakt 'What do you do look
erer tba faera'aa' bo tb dioobT'
" Cbeeaa HI' ba aara. 'I play lb ,
-Ob,' I allp him. 'you load tba
Uautlful lady'a doc around lb alac,
" 'Don't do that!' comoa from tba i
r(l-badM ona. 'I bav tba prlnciiirfl
rola. It'a a aad part.'
"Tartln la alwaya ao d,' I tall
klm, Juat to aort o' ruffle lua teinr
awanu " 'Aw, lercat Itl' ta lila cumaback.
'I'm a atudant In tho play. I kuow
all about ovary book publUbad.'
"Anybody can aeo yor wllrd,' I
ay. Tbcn he ceta ainart.
"'Whavt kind of pla you cotr be,
"1 never did llko that question.
Anybody ourfht to know wo irot all
kinds here, l'le la the foundation of
this mlchty Inatltutlon's success.
There's a lot of kinds an' I hate to
chronicle 'em. Hut I bo through the
Hat for him.
"We Kot apple, lemon, pumpkin.
Beach, chocolate, custard, raisin,
cnlnce, cream, cocoanut, blackberry,
apricot, rhubarb an' prune,' 1 tell him.
What'll you haver
"HoWa thatf he replies. 'What
kind you gotr
"X ret mad. 'Listen,' 1 aay. 'I'll re
peat the names of those present once
more an' that'll be the Inst time. If
you miss It you net apple.'
"At thAt I co through the list as-aln.
When I'm done ho looks up Innocent
"I'd like to have a piece of mac
pie.' lie aay.
"Now whnddyo think of that, kldT
it tryln' to be nice to him an' him
kaadln' mq a caff like that! I think
ke was a non-gentleman. What about
"Xt wasn't exactly the thing to say
to a lady," replied the newspaper
"Right you are," said Luolle. "But
m cot even. What you coin" to havo,
Jdd, aa the brunt of yer dinner? Don't
ask for rooat beef hash. We ain't cot
aay. The crowd's been pretty hun
cry Utely an' the lcavln'a have
"MAQDAUENE" NOV. I.
Selwyn A Co. will put "The Eternal
Magdalene" In tho Korty-tlghUi
etreot Theatre Monday evening, Nov.
1, Julia Arthur will return to the
ULge tn this production. Others In
tho coat will bo Kmmett Corrlgnn,
tuclle' Watson, Louise Randolph,
Harry Hurwood, Arnold Lucy, Lowell
Bherman, Alptionso Kthler, Clalro
Uurke, Robert Hudson, Albort Brown,
Wllllnm J, Phtnney and Howard L
A STEVENSON SHRINE.
Apropos of tils forthcoming produc
tlon of "Treasure Island," Chariot
Hopklna announce that a movement
tiaa been atartcd to preeervo, as n
'brine, the cottage at Swanao Lako,
24. T., where Robert LouU Btovenson
lived In J8J7. On Oct. SO a bas-relief
. of the author will bo unveiled there.
MARY'S MARRIED LIFE Sure!
- BY WAY OF DIVERSION.
tfcWod, Ihrovfh lilt )ou iknlaUa iloaf,
rrtf ul' jtw bUnr wbMt duvm t ri wrous.
,MlUr Tmputkm'i rmm mi hind
B walk br TO"' till )tr firm tn lilt nipt
It ikra joq iM Moa uu rta'l bin tbt
B"U rbortl la tM Tuw futur U rttkt1i
Ken's aaUU( oa ith UU bub lt-re.pct.
Tka.ajaa tw cka tu Um hal crawii hIUi
lad toll Uarm uit whet tair BUT fo U wont)
H knnu, la bti ttrard. ttitrt lu't a drnt.
l' ife. tbousU h aur iml pm" (l nt.
ThU tnnnit rilbff iirnrlii, txil lut It It 4or.
1, .irtbi ,hn.l.ht lllll .nil it iMltrf lit Itlltft
ArSini In tour briln: tt'i a Hnfh It'a comet.
TocraVnoUunf on earth tlat a man a Kll-rmt.
Dlllle Burke will return from the
I'ost tn. morrow.
Cyrus Townsend Ilrady will wrlto
exclusively ror tno vuagrapn. '
"Mm. Boltay Daughters" will
. ooen at the Comedy Theatre. Oct. 23.
Cbarlea Moaconl, Winter Uarden
dancer, who sprained a tendon Thurs
- day nlrht. will resume work to-night.
' Ben Teal will to-morrow begin en
caging people for the p'rojectod road
Company of "Tho Girl Who BmllcH."
" .'Emanuel Relcher will launch
WMeh tho Young Vine Blooms" at
lim OarUen Theatre Nov. 10. Tho
theatro. la being renovated.
v , Dodson Mitchell has been engaged
JVaieo haa deferred the iNew York
. rntng until Oct. it. H
K,' )tOorg n. Alms, an ICngllsh piny
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MONDAY, OOT. 11.
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FLOOEY AKD AXEL If Flooey Is Gonna Teach Axel to Be an Acrobat He'd Better Do It Over a Phone!
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LAND ON YOURS
IN A MINUTE?.
wrlght and song writer, has re turned
to New York from' England alter an
ubbehco ot llvo yoara. lie Intends to
do soma scenario yorlc.
Cecil Korn, usslatrd liy John It.
l'hllllpa, tenor; Ulna Lynn, aoprano,
and Uuttavo llcurlchs, musical di
rector, has gono Into vuudovllle In her
own musical ottering, "A Hiring of
With Jcanno Kaglcs playing Mir
iam, the Thornuii V, Ilyley produc
tion of "Outcu.it" will open in Trenton
Oct. 21. Minx Kiiglcti way electd for
thu role out of uioro than fifty ap
plicants. Mercelta Kumondo of "The Duke of
Kllllcranklo" stepped Into tho role of
Da mo Quickly In "Hoaullnd'' at an
hour's notice tho other night und
played It without a hitch.
K. K. l'ldgcon has engaged Joso.
phlne Hlovcns, daughtor of the late
Hen Blevcns, for tho role of Dortt
1'ower In Androw Mnck'a now pluy,
"Tho msh Urugoon."
H. Ilachmann, a theatrical manager
of Berlin, Is In New York to Induce
American acts' to visit Germany and
Austrlu. Ho says tho war haa not
closed the theatres over there and
declares, business Is good,
Thoro Is to bo a dog show at the
Hippodrome, during the first three
maiinee ponorronnces nert wceK. It, i
11. llurnslde, the dlroctor, Invllejl
young women to parade their difgs In
the Fifth Avenue scene. Judge, will
award a. cup to the owner of tho best I
dog. ' , I
Amelia Bingham, who was taken 111 I
In Chicago while on her way to Los
Angele wltb "The New Henrietta,"
haa regalnod her health. After two1
weeks at her Itlverslde Drive' borne 1
sue lert uaturday for Halt Luke City,
whera she will resume her role,
FRISCO TO TELEPHONE.
Half an hour beforo tho Frlarii lay
the cornerstone of their now club
house, at No. 110 Wet Forty-eighth
Htreet, Thursday morning, Abbot
George M. Cohan wl)l receive congrat
ulations for the club over the tola
phone from the President ot the Han
Francisco Exposition. '
fmxiMn't ir a Tt tfaU,
wouldn't n oa tin
'rtiilf ran an Inclined in dnibt It.
All rUbt, but dau't f tt frMb alaiut it
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"Mother sent me a comb as a birth
"But you're entirely bald."
"I-know It. r wrntn h.r IM
part with IC '
THE MOTHER GOOSE FAIRY BOOK Page 3 By Eleanor Schorer
I wdi remfmr" said'Molher Goose, "Ihe night that Bessie (a
jCWld who Is very fond of me and my dear ones) opened her nursery
iwindows to-W the moths and bees and butterflies come In, to Uince and
IrOIIC. WV Little NanCVFllirmt hrounl n trn i'r. IVi
gP' her wick and tldjed her.pettles and .Bessie's Nurse carried' her upsjairs.
"bvery wing-man's "head "Turned "to gait' as briglit-faced, golden-,
'haired Nancy entered and every heart beat1aser. To them she was more
beautiful .than was Cinderella to the Prinze. After. Nurse left, beaus
flocked-about Nancy, buzzing sweet notliings 'and quarreling to Viss her
golden head. So doing they tell in a swoon at her teet and Hied for love
'"Wliat a messl' exclaimed Nurse next morning, seeing the tattered
wings of 'Little Nancy Etticoat's dead lovers. 'Nancy, her petticoat alt
crumpled and soiled, was quite dead too. 'It is time you slept without, a
light, she told Bessie.. Bess looked' sad, but said nothing of Nancy's
romance, knowing Nurse to be too grown up. to understand Mother Goose
Wiping away a tear. Mother Goose finished, savin?: "The wlnwH.
women folk, Jealous of her. conquests, said that Nancy wore herself out
coquetting, winking and shilling at winged-men folk. Fairies claim that
she died broken-hearted- at the sight of her lovers expiring at'ier feet.
But grown-ups say.lhat she just burnt "oui'like lighted candles always.'
lpc done and will always continue to do.
I "By Haztn ConKlin
E have a hunch that the main
dlffsrenoa between an optimist
and a pessimist Is largely a matter of
OUR OWN ENCYCLOPEDIA.
MUCK Political pie crust.
MAZUMA The connecting link be
tween hunger and appotlte.
MALK3E The fruit of the envy
WHY 18 IT that the ginks who oan
really carry a tune do the least of the
Heavens) Ain't she a BIGHT!
Humph! Is THAT tho guy!
Who ever heard of HIM!
Oh. SHE don't count!
A family residing In Qsry
Engsged a green kitchen canary)
Closed carriages ride cemetery,
Learning of the fame of Ell&belle
May Doollttle, the Leeavllle poetess,
Miss Euphemla Hicks, who can sling
Yrs further lmn tnot of hr rotd
ers can bring It back, has writ a
challenge to tlio Leeavllle prodigy to
smite tho atlnga of her poetic liar and
laud her native heath more ably than
Euphemla'a euphemistic eulogy of
Hlckvlllo wWch follows, but which Is
hard to follow. To wit:
Oh, vlllnge of a thousand charms,
With quite a number ot houses and
When thy virtues I In ong would
I turn to thoe "thou glvcst me a
Most of thy trunny-Bouled Inhabitants
Wear neither frown nor scowl, nor
tm --r.wi.ar, .
A single soul for riches, for the ajoll
Yields food aplenty for t&elr toll.
Ob, Hlcfkrllle, garden spot community,
Even thy cattle low high praise of
None can malign thee, though tttay
do their irorst.
And ao I wrlto of thee la Terse!
ADVICE TO PARENTS It'a hard
to out "grean timber" with "old asws."
A MOVIE TRAGEDY.
"His eyes wf re flhned and Ma walk
waa almost a reel."
AMOS CRABB, who Uvea to sneer, 1
ays There' only ona orittsr on '
this footstool who can out-geslp aiy
woman, ana tnai e a man."
HATS Prof. Digs dolnr
"He'a trying to decipher
a Babylonian tablet." '
"Any resulta ao far?"
"Tea. Mrs. Dlggs haa nervous pros
tration and tho children have been
sent to the home ot a relative." Dlr
m Ingham Atro-aiorald.
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