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MONDAY MAY 30, 1921
Kb. ; is' "-"-UK' ' . it 1 i- i ' ... I About Plays By BIDE THEMiow to be put on at the Hippodrome Sunday night by the Lniribs promises to be a big one. It Is the annual public Uatnbol of the organliatlon. The programme will be made up of (sketches and plariots, among which wiU be "Nick of tho Woods," "Will You Remember Me?" "The Tale of a Iunb," "Camlllc," The Composers of America," "The Florodoro Hoys" and the Lambs' Sixteen Palace Girls. More than fifty well known Lambs will participate In tho entertain ment. NO EVASION WENT. Julian Mitchell was In Boston last Trecfc to speed up "Tho OlBrten Cllrl" a littlo. One of the Russian doncors of the troupe was out of line In one number and Mr. Mitchell asked: "Is that -where I told you to tand7" "Tft-zyxdfmondkllkff." replied the Russian. That Is not the true answer. 1 told you to stand back a foot." "Flfxtolmk gffdlmlwoff dfpahmcz," came tho reply. 1 "Corrcctl" said Mr. Mitchell. "Now we will proceed with the rehearsal." BY WAY OF DIVERSION. They're marchln', yes thoy'ro march In'; oh, they're marchln through tho town. And some of 'em are dressed In bine and some are dressed In brown. And some are young and full of life, while eotne know soon must come tho final march which follow on behind tho muffled drum- They're marchin', yea, thoy're marchln with their flowers pink and red. Thoy'ro marchln' for a visit to the city of tho dead. Again we'll hear the buglo's taps: again Cho guns will roar as tributes to tho hero souls the boyB who went before. They're marchln", yes, they're marchln'. In the blend of brown and blue at Intervals a touch of gray comes hoblln', llmpln' through. And as the sun looks down he sees tho brown, tho blue, the gray are kneeling side by side above tho boys who went away. A NEW WOOD3 THEATRE. A. II. Woods will open his new Apollo Theatre In Chicago to-night with 'The Passing Show of 1S21." Mr. Woods now has three houses In Chi cago, tbo others being tho Woods and tho Playhouse. The Apollo Is at Ran dolph and Dearborn Streets. It scats 1,00. AN EXPENSIVE HAT. Ftorrcst Wlnant of "Tho Hothead" went Into a Broadway shop to buy a straw hat Friday. "What do your hats usually cost?" asked tho dealer. "About $TB," replied Mr. Winunt. "That's a lot of money to (my for u hat." "Yon den't understand me," said Mr. Wlnant. "I pay $2.60 originally. The rest goes to tho ha boys in tips." A GOOD CAST. Rlda Johnson Young's new comedy, "A Wise Child," has been fully cast try Charles Dillingham. Vivienne Se gal will havo the loading role, and tho other players are Robert McWade, Douglas Stovcnson. Charles Abbo, Walter Regan, Ann Mason. 11. N. Lowan, Wright Kramer, Sara Enrlght, William Ingeraoli and Ilea trice Tro malne. BELASCO ITS MODEL. The leading character In "School for Salesmen, a musical comedy which will bo shown at tho Knickerbocker Theatre on June 8, is a reproduction of David Uelasoo. William Maxwell wrote this piece, and It will be staged by the Edison Phonograph people as a leaturo ol their dealers convention. GOSSIP. The Theatre Magazine culls Al. G Field, GritTen. Wo thought his name was Hatflctd. A private showing of "Tlie Hothead" win be given at the Rolmont Theatre Friday afternoon. Zolla Rambeau spent the week end with Dorothy Morton at Geisha Villa, , Bound Brook. This week will end the engagement of "Miss Lulu Rett" at the Belmont. It will open in Chjcago In the fall. O'Donnell and lilalr and the Mandel Brothers have been added to tho cast of the new "Follies." John Arthur will succeed John Cumberland in "Ladies Night" at tho Eltinge to-day. Mr. Cumberland Is rehcarsinc In "The Scarlet Man." Jack HI Mean's new show, "The Broadway Whirl," has three pairs of twins In Its cast. Al Strassman nayu ought twin. Manny Conn of the C. M. C Com pany, will sail for Kurope nbout June IE, In search of stage material. Rose Mary, prima donna, has been engaged for the "Tip Top" compan. She la from the concert stage. Victor Jacobl's score of William Le Baron's version of the Molncr play. The Wolf," will be his eleventh. A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY Max Hart Is suing some of the big vaudeville Interests for 5,260,000. Goshl And only .yesterday he called us by our first name and asked for n match. F00U8HMENT ghe wanted a bottle of pop, Eaid he: "At a drug store we'll slop, Uy lather's work As the store's soda clerk." Bo he bought her a bottle of op. FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE T learned boxing by correspond ence," "Row did you get any practical" "By licking stamps." and Players DUDLEY BUGHOUSE POEMS. Jack Honest of Rutlcdgo Btrcct, Brooklyn, has cantered off with to day's prlzu In the Bughouse 1'ooms contest. Honest, he has. (Pardon usl Wo Just had to get It out of our sys tem). To Jack goes the plnoohlo deck of the liner Cartnnnla for the fol lowing exhibition of rbymod gymnas tics: The sun shines Ka.it, The sun shines West, But the moonshine' in The bootlegger's nest. The cops run here, The cops run there, fluA all they find Arc cupboards bare. KIDS AT STEEPLECHASE. Ten thousand orphans from varlout. Greater Now York Institutions will take possession of Tllyou's Steeple chase Park, Coney Island, Wednes day. They will bo conveyed to and from the park In hundreds of automobiles- Kverythlng will bo freo to them. Including n fine luncheon. THE BIG LITTLE 9? Twto?fue6 I 6oc.au favors ? J ( plpWosin6 ) f va 1 9 p ( T5 A J V LITTLE MARY MIXUP X rti Ybu CAN see - J ) ,EfS 'WAV oveTl I -filort C-ReM ) ) f AVJPul loHG- WAYS UP j . Lr4eRe -TTiose P 4ui.s ctrir I uses - on THE r'5" b j- p V KATINKA "REPEAT THErt VJ0IDS I v r..c.. -p u., , M,,rU , , TWEMTY ? HHAM-T OH VJERY LOELL - -k hT?MV' fVTl YSZ THATVOOOT ? I'LL "till YoUb) 4 It O V Introduction Postponed ! euu.l,--res'L OH CB00S ill rx foH Jflcv l r , .HI , L M0,Re J p vefleNS"ee: 1 I , 1 ; : I V " ' i - - - - m m.m. 1 The Day's Good Stories WENT AWAY HAPPY. APOKTM' Dutch woman applied at tho Tost ortlco for a money order to send to her son In the Far East. She told the clerk she had left her son's letter at homo, but aald he was "some place out by JOE'S CAR -1 l'tU "TtLU.-lH' UJoRLB lM A UMlOfl BiRb To BE. able. To Iktfte. THIS oiJ quiNcy in oh a "Le-rAoN". Blanche, cum Be. Tickled silly mm i drive home in that NIFTY LlL SPEEDSTER FAMILY s I woman, her face brightening. "Honk, honk, dot's der place." o tho clerk made the order pay able at Hongkong, and tho woman went nway happy. Doston Tran script. WHAT HE WOULD HAVE 8AID. IN a caHe teccntly tried there did not seem to bo much to bo Rained from the principal witness, who evinced a wonderful facllty for holding his tongue. nut tho lawyer who was cross examining him persisted. China, dot sounds like dcr noLso an automobile makes." Tho clerk smiled and turning to another nearby he said, "What kind of a noise does an automobile make, Joo?" "Honk, honkl" tho other sugg6sted, "Yah, dot's it," exclaimed the MOW WHAT VfilCKEHS fco H 'SOPPOSIL MA5 "Eft QUI ? I'LL BE DOGGONNEb IF llUni Ymj'T t lltr Tn llt-AUrr T.i DAftH THING IMTH'RtVER!;, "Tou say your accused ut nine o'clock or there abouts," ho eaid. "It has been stated that ho Jumped overboard nearly an hour before that time. Tell mc, how did ho appear to you when you picked him up? If yoa had been required to give an opinion of him then, what would you havo said 7" "Well, I'll tell you, honest," replied tho witness. "I should havo said that he was one of the wettest man, mat M ? And What Not boat picked up the VIRTUE ITS OWN O years ago,- "I made up my mind that 1 was smoking too much. It didn't seem to affect my health In the least, but I thought It a foolish waste of money and I decided to give It up." "A very sensible Idea," remnrked Brownlow. "So I thought at that time. I reckoned up as closely as I could how much I had been spending each day wettest, if not the- ever I nor Joe. Isn't Telling Who (& mi Pkeh IVft Co . K.y eug. idoai. There'.s a Good "Tip" in This! More Proof Could You Ask? a Salary to Be Sneezed At! REWARD. on cigars and tobacco, That sum I set asldo each morning and started a banking account with it. I wanted to .be able to show exactly how much I had saved by not smoking." "And how did It work?" Inquired Brownlow. "t tho end of six years I had a tli' "M dollars in tho bank." "Good. Could ypu lot me" "And a few days later," Interruyted Smlthson, "last Tuesday, In fact tho bank fallod, You haven't got a cigar about you, have you?" (Boston a lob. saia Mmitnson, the "Fellah" Is! j -NEW -That's tT i caN't "BRING TH'CAfc 1 tW- 1 VliftT MY KANb CRANKIN' A FELLY'S MOTOR Ju'Nowi!) p 1 ? 5R THOMAS i-piort TO PRESENT SlNQ SlriQ With a lovih3 cup THtY'D QATtlBR. BE PfSHt1TD JTH THE rns city CHIfAPAHtEtS PRAIN HAS every human attribute. "MP VfCt VffSi COURT EMTCNCE Pails TO TURN HusBAno I into a I HOUSEyVpE To ah out cFsani vv I Zo fa CHICAGO CHILD Born WITH 30U TIPPED P'NGER NAIL SOME 4? OVPr UWTH f Box op APPLES CAUSES DIVORCE. sofir op a10 vt S7VFF FRANK Clajqu OF MNCOlM.NT-i marries Miss E. WEEP KfiDA F?j4t Ann 'Ball "JFfUR Horse kicks pig 'NTO BllRNlfjQ CELLAR short skirt helps Restore aged MAfjS eyesight,. ""wreo aa a) FAfHER OF II CrjlLDREM iwn offor f I'll BE OUT N 1 ay tt y v. v" a t?o? W)AT S THE J MAM: I ah I 1 I Harpers (uagatln, i i ,Mi,mt. fcHillll I til I I i In' ?)l'LI'l'.'l tmCKWBitefeSiOBllt its I I - ' 1 iff T'-H-KfSlI IllTfl- III l'