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dsgBSp5m& - '- 1 mm1'- I - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1921 ft A; it i i i About Plays By BIDE f-l-tllK Messrs. Schubert nnnou incc C uuV, I that the Century I'romcn , on the roof of ihc Century, will be opened (n nbout two weeks as rvrulnr theatre. Alterations huvo been mtiuc and now the place, ts am to bs a flni: Intimate playhouse. A errlea of revues will be presented there, the first of which will be n new edition of V'Hio MldnlRht Uoundcrs." The curtain wilt rise at 8.15 and there ( will be two matinees each week. .1. ; J. Shuhcit relicarRinR mo new how. In the cast are Jimmy husscj, Mac West, nrcndcl and Hurt, Moran uud Wiser. Claicncc Harvey. Ann ToddliiRK. 1'rnnU Hurst, Gladys James. Cliff Kdwarda, Uoth Stanley, Kddlo Hickcy, Marjorlc Carvcllf, Lou LMwards. Frank Masters. Mlrlan Miller, Peggy Brown, Elizabeth Moriran, Evelyn Martin and Helen Morgan. MISS BORDONI'S HAT. Paris Is always Jealous of her posi tion as fashion mentor for women the world over. At the Grand Prix re cently Irene Hotdont created a sensa tion with a new hat She was pho tographed and Intcrrlcwed by the French reporters until they learned the hat was designed and made hi New York. Then they directed their attention elsewhere. However. Ihtf ti-owds continued to admltc the. chic rench actress In her American hat. FJSHWEREN'T BITING. P.ex Ingram, producer for the Melio, was walking along a stream recently ien he came upon a disgruntled old man fishing. Pausing to chat, Ilex mid it was grut to bo alle, healthy and happy under the Ited, Whltu and Blue. t "Mebbe so," letoitud tho old man, "but the radicals have swiped the led, the puritans the blue, so there's notiiln' left lor mo tesi or us oui me white ilag of suriender." SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. The next oerlal story to be printed by this column will be "A Kiul father," by Jeffsrhon Shiewsbury XV tt. It Is a delicious tale of the downfall of a leputuble underlaker llirough the drinking of liniment. His daughter rather deploies his maudlin condition, but she Is a good fox trotter and docs not lose heart. Watch fori the Initial Instalment, You will cr,' laugh and want to fls'ht. HE'D BE NEEDED. A young man from Chicago ap peared In Universal City, Cal re- I cently and tried lor u Job as a til nt actor. Tailing In this he huunted the I other departments. While waiting to eo the publicity manager he. said to I i ho pug-nosed office boy: "Do you think there's an opening here for a gentleman with a college " education?" "They will be," replied the kid. "if tHoy don't ruUe my pn two dollars by the end of the week." i RATHER NIFTY, EH? Grace Mooic, prima donna of Ned I Yuy bum's "Town Gossip," now in ehearsal, felt down u flight of stalra the other day, spraining one ankle. Yesterday she appeared at rehearsal i using crutches. Mr. Wayburn offered lo let her bo homo and stay there n few days but she refused. 'I don't dance.." she said, "but I'll . 'be all right In three weeks nnd then I Grace Moore will have more grace " FROM JACK TO RAY. .Raj- Iioolcy, who imperfconates Jack Dcmpscy In a burlesque of the ljemp-scy-Carpcntlcr fight with Kannlo Brlcc In "The Follies," has received n photograph of the champion. On It Is written: "Hope you ktcip winning for me every night." ' FIRE LADDIES SHOW SOON. Tho New Jersey and New York Vol unteer Firemen's Association will have a big fair at the Hohokus Race Track, nenr I'aterson, bn Sept. S and lAhor Day. There .are numerous sub commlttcs nnd one suds oommlttco at work. It is understood Chief Iodgo of the pelham Hook and l.idder De mons will exhibit his edible ants and ckndcr beetles as a special favor. GOSSIP. William Hodge begins rehearsals to-day of his comedy, "Beware of Dogsi" . James Barton, of "The Last WalU," not only has an auto but a chauffeur Success! ClarcncB Derwent and Margaret Linden are In tho cast supporting Alice Brady In "Drifting." A party will bo held at tho Fifth Avenue Theatre Monday night tc celebrate the repairing of an clova- Harry Puck advises Us that he has Joined the cant of "Tangerine," due a' tho Casino Aug. S. Richard Rldgely, actor and film di rector, has been engaged for a role in "Other Lives." F. Zlcgtehl Jr. Is in Chicago, called there by the serious lllnces of a brother. wrt iw has returned from Eng land and Is again entertaining at the Priani' Club. Alexander, wfa) used to dance on the stare, has returned from Paris. Bbe ptnochlod her way ar.maa tho blue. Arnold Daly Intends to spend a week at a milk farm before taking up his dremiwlch Vluags Theatre plan, r. J. Ooldsol of the. OoMwyn Pic rnr Corporation, ha nailed for Bu- Tan. to TUrtt En eland and France, Frank Fay will stage a benefit for the Lift Fund for ex-soldtera at Ralsenwcber's Paradise Root Monday night. FOOLISHMENT. r think rd Mfce to be a Una, Jtl, I be you would, Af.have a throne ami evcrvtht, TM, bet you would. rtut ( a king I cannot be, The Job of duke would tickle me. FA lnv. "Poor 3(onc flitlt Be Free.' Tel. I bet you would. FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE, 1 SU4AN V. BAKER, age eleven, P. O. TMter Oh, don't trouble to ihowl 109, Soarodale, N. Y. WKMtS-Nor'trmWt at all, dmr. EMMERETT FORDHAW, ag thlr It's a pleoanro, tven, P. O. Box 436, Hudion Place, and Players DUDLEY DOMESTIC LIFE RHYMES John H. of Urooklvn ha entered n t)0cm tn II,. contest for llir vclvrl p,jtt0 maoi-. it sounds pretty ffO0, to m Jm) U() )llnk h(, ,111H flno cnuMCC to n T, jmlu'ef. by t)lt, way nrn 0(1(, nclntyre, his son, .unlor lind senator Tom- lilll of the ijrooklyn Uplift League. The poem f0)0,i. M;i wife slut liml a friruil lutmat Tin Who said In.s lore ur.t ti'ur. One rHj .mill to hint: "Come inr, .1 roiil I'd have villi iion." Suit! I: "I'll Id tut huvr tii.tt n if, When nil her Itilh you've met" I .shoiicd him all her bills and jmvi i yuexa he.'.i runniuti tir.t ' A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. When Arnold Daly nailed from Paris recently, Mrs. John narrymoru sent him a message which rnld: "Hope you ore u gool boy mid grow up some day and be n m.iu. THE BIG L'lTTXE FAMILY m-nowjwer sfm f vpsr-mae) a be n ) ( v0 but Teu vjL v - BKm rjw.'..vw4u.- LITTLE MARY KATINKA LUHCH . oBeowN -beeH fights aFrfae ( OH, 7 fAH'T PO A THlMg Ht'S SO KlUKY AUD THICK r- . LOCKy GIRL I'D dive ANVTHIMGl I f UELL JUST HAND OVER ) (AIN'T You READ"! WITH THIS OLD HAIR J THAT 1 CAM HAROLV , , " FOR A HEAD OF NICC STRAIGHT I TCJ OOLLARS CASH 1 Award Winners, Strip No. 16, Evening World's Summer School of Drawing $10 Award Marian Henne (Age fourteen) 154 Roieville Avenue, Newark, N. J. No. $5 Awards George E. Wood (Ag thirteen) No. 103 Storms Avenu, Jersey City, N. J. Nathan Maclttcy (Age fourteen) 4 Jefferson Street, Yonkers, N. No, Stuart B. Christian (Ag thirteen) Church Street, Ramsey, N, J, $1 Awards DAVID BRODY, age fourteen, No. 102 Main Street, Metuchen, N, J. JOE'S CAR to? r IM(VT III MK3I KMC ilMWIvc-, UrXD.TitE. CAt? TUAT 'VE &EEM ABLE rnn I ' l -a, kFROMT OF "THE. rr orr-tce,', r-, S)KI?TO-'t t'j.-5 Cc, M.V GUI' UJCRLti . MIXUP SAID WILLIE MSKNK5HT TLL FLY MY KITE.!- Y. Hudson Height, N. J. RUTH RAUSCHKOLB, age thirteen, No. 814 Fox Street, Bronx, N, Y. HAROLD NEMITZ, age thirteen, No. 138 66th Street, Arverne, L. I. JULIUS CAMULLI, age fourteen, No. 62 Macdougal Street, N. Y. C. GERALD MARTIN, age twelve, No. FEUm,'. THING IN "TLl'Mn&UlNf TEN-DOLLAR AWARD AND THEN HE 444 15th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. KERMIT WILLARD, age fourteen. No. 360 Weet 46th St., N. Y. C. DOROTHY C. DETLEFSEN, age thirteen, No. 1839 Church Street, Glenmorric, L. I. PHILIP 0.AUS4, age thirteen, No. 89 Horton Street, City Island, N, Y. C. t 1 TUCVGHT I TbUu YOM To ,SHT TH'MAU-OfEN FIRST LOHEM YOU OOME..IN -r Yessir - But icJiiEss I FORGOT IT You y'm i WINNING STRIP NO. 16 COMPLETED BY MARIAN HENNE. RAN T UP- WHEN HE STRING TO Names of award winners and $10 award winning drawing for Strip No, 17 will be published on this page next Friday. Strip No. 20 for you to com plete will be printed to-morrow, No competitor is entitled to more than one $10 award, two $5 or five $1 awards during the course of these drawing competitions. OME OF TM PRIME REQUISITES OF SUCCESS IS A GOOJ) MEMORV DON'T FO(2(3ET THKT Will Pull the Rough Stuff, Will You, Luke ? Must Be a-s well 5IOPj How Money Also "Talks" in "Wig-Wag"! PULLED THE MAUL IT DOWN- WOMEN IN FUTURE WARS, T UK Intrepid General was rallying. her waerln female troops. "Women," she cried, "will you clve way to mannish fears?" A muffled murmur of indecision ran through the rank. "Shall It be said we-are clothed In male armor?" shrieked the General Then Joe Must SEE who's m -iTH PHONE.', r a "Decision" Bout! ul I flAVE To J Go To LUNCM -PLEASE D LITTLE Tho murmur became a mumble. "Will you," fiercely demanded tbo General, "show the white feather In a scanon when feathers are not worn?" The effect waa electrical. "Never!" roared thb soldiers. And, forming Into battle array, they once more hurled themselves upon the enemy, Life. Y r7 Ny H 5 TUT? Be a Failure! J mrs. jinks savs H Am'T IMSURE3). AND DID y'Remembe t' Lock it WASHINGTON census BUREAU COUNTS NATIONS' CHICKENS, 473,923,935 ON HANP IN 1920. (0,44,500 in new York: YtO ro&KEdS IKE To CfoY ABOUT T&1 CHCKrtS PLASTER. WHAT DO FALLS ON workmen as water. tahk on Roof SPRINGS ALEAK. lUST P?0YS You CAM GET PLfiSTEREp IVOU MEftH NEAR BEER irs l Near SCOTCH 1 You've BEErt CHICAGO ARCHITECT SAYS SHORTAGE OF HOMES DUE To AUTOS AND LAXY BRIDES. 0iT MEP AN AUTO TO HAVE CRANK AROUHO I MAYRF- 1 Some giri SALES OF ENGAGEMENT RlHSS FALL OFF 75 PER CENT - IN CHICAGO. EfiGA GEMEiTS V OTHER. ?GS ARE 00 Sc. Wo MAN FINPS HER LOST Gold RING OH CORNER VEGETABLE STANP. MOW karats for. a 0 I GETTA Nucha Gold ( PA FRUIT Representative doHrt Kissel OF NEW YORK PROPOSES A TIME CLOCK FOR. . CONGRESSMEN WHO LOAF. WHY MOT dt-AfZM . CLOCKS r 300 GREEK Bripes -to-be arrive at BROOKLYN - Ztfaoe.Yy S THE crr of CtWZCHES MANY CANPIPATES IN COMING ELECTIONS TO BE ASKED HOW THEY STAND OS THE. 'DRY LAWS". T'LL SB A WET Question Pance Teachers in convention invent a new cotillon Figure, callep THE "BABE RUTH u suppose the Aiusc jr "rtoAie r'BufT I'M HIS CHI DUCK xpnvlVT IH Orl A J WAVE2aT 0 I I i ! ,.0.'., f Jd OK.