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A iMCRIPPIES4ND orphans STRAND XMA& SHUW TV MI JACKIE OWfegg FILM 1'REAT 'Rehilar Evening World's Holi- Offering at This The Will Depict Famed irin "My Boy." Pay Ire rKid' ; Bg Sophie Irene toeb. to bo the jrrwtoflt tywit ot all the Christmas affairs Tho EvnlnE World has annually' held at M.'urnnri ThctrB la .the ono now I. belpfc pprod tb Strand niaiiagf- ipral far mursuay, ucc. iv. rfhe clilcf reason of this Is that the thJn.K.int ot children who "are -to bo onSjrtalncd. inrinyV of them cripples an J; orphans, ai-o fur the llrnt time to heft presented to them a child star a rlll cnlld. the joungest star In the rojd Jackie Coogan. who has won . . 4 mi liAnnitmi. IiIIaf nil In I ffrpnteit iVtoVcst Is mothlira and chtl flrcn. AmV Vo said tul.f ono slgnlfl cant thine: v ,,... u 1 WlSU X)u yvwuiu VllVUUItlU Mil mothers to gVt file bost.out of their children thal thfcy car. Many a talented child s left .to gt unhoeded nnd loses his iVileqt foe lack of en couragement." T . , . "And now iiu uu talent?" I nsked vr. "When I Was tro"B uiui ik mu sin-ci with him ono daj in U inrornia no hut twentv-t to miltlths old a- moving Picture ma stop ped to look at him. a man I dlo noU,know. "HO said, "i ncy n a nt some Mudlo (whlc lm( mentioned), W"Abh,flrTt 1 heslta..-V."X'nd " ' took the child over. lie did very w4H In thlH first public appearance and then, of course, wo encouraged any bit of talent ho allowed. 13 lit ho did nothing more Ull ono day wo were Jn a hotel lobby. Ho had fallen asleep. Charllo Chaplin came along, looked at him, and that wad tlio beginning of ills engagement in Tho Kid.' ' "Kvorybody knows tho rest And ho is going to bo reared Just like any other child. Ho In going to have schooling nnd discipline and play nnd bo kept a child Just as long an pos sible,'' concluded Mrs. Coogan, who, I venture to sny, plays no a in ull part in the succorfM of her talented boy. I cannot think of a piny that should prove more pleasing than "My Hoy," since It combines wholesompnesH nnd fun and leaves eqrnothlng to bo ro mcmbered. Wo plan two big days for tho chil dren. Morn nlinnl II nil will rnllnw ! later. KltKlsVr I,. VIMTIN III J A II. RALTIMOICU. Dec. 1?. Following an operation at the St, Agnos Hospital, Ernest U. Tuntln of Philadelphia died at tlio hoapllnl yesterday. Mr. Tnstln, who wns Director of l'ubllc WIfari! tn rhllndclphlii, ws operated on .Saturday by Dr. Joseph O. UloodEood. DR. CONSTABLE DIES OF HEART ATTACK Hellcvite Itistnrctor and Benefactor of Poor Patients Expires in His Office. Dr. Herbert Loo Constable, fifty- dvc, a prominent physician, died yes terday morning In his ofllce, No. 35 West 3d Street, after a heart attack. Dr. Constublc was Instruotor In medi cine and surgery nt Iicllcvuc. Ifo was noted for his many charities, especially in his gratuitous treatment of poor patients, Bcrvces will bo held In tho Camp bell Funeral Church at an hour to be decided later. Kinds He. let for LonUlan. PARta. Dec. W.-Dr. Sachs, n notod Dhyslclan hero, declares lin him fmm.i reiici ii nni ii ccrinin cum rnr nnbiaar In ultra violet rays. He has been espo- cany successful, no reports, In tlio uso or mo rnys in uie cases or children. J.-OACKIE. COOGAN hi J; way lntotlie hearts of tho people inithc .briefest space of time known Sn thi'rno'vle world a theatrical popular ity Vccord. j'ie ' full programme will be arT nrljnced In UieBe colunina during tno k. Again. Mrs. Julian Goldman, "UWy Uountifdl bt lJl East Ssldc," ha-i ao forward with' funds to soo to U Kt eycry child1 has a box or canuy, llch .will add to the enjoyment ot V day. io popular has this annual occasion pm-ed that the Strartd of Brooklyn lias also offered to entertain The Kvo- n!g Worll kiddies In tho same way aa um, btrana in arannauan, ana uictu ill be the same featuro attraction. performance Will bo- on Friday, SO. ad the play the children are to , ln both theatres, "My Boys' will ko many of tbcm seo their own es as' they really are and yet wlth- stlr their emotions for tho trials or fcy Hoy" tho trlala of many a child. Rill draw your team and then will Mo you right up again" with a laugh. Li saw a private snowing oi u mo tier. night with Manager Joseph inKett, wno leaves nothing unuone i the children at the Strand, and Bfl Lesser, who loves "tho kid," and . Jack Coogan, the mother or "tno .nd as r sat there beside her, see the Dlcturc. 1 could not hrlp'won- flnK how that mother felt And er U waa all over I could not re in from asking her: ow does it teel to be the motner jsuch a boy, and how does It foe! to a& there and see rdm in scene utter sine, doing tho work that would tax t dpi Ingenuity and cleverness ot the fdPemost adult star?" .'1th a surprised look on ber pretty ntepance she said: TWhy, I Just leel like any other ither. of course constantly fearing wll make ome mistake, some- ing he ought not to do. Just like uny itr woman who sees her child king a piece In public. No mat- i how perfect a child Is. a mother ! ays feels like that. Bhe Is forever between tears ana nones, it is a ithers heritage." nd I talked with her this mother genius and I realised fully that 'the hard work that this child outs liitb hlB play must come from the gloat common sense of this llttlo wftman, whose aim has been to keep hjp a real boy, unspoiled by too much approval. 5lnd he is that, I hnvo learned from attiwho know him. First of all he Is a tar child, with all the childish a and sorrows and he has n itni. father who treats him like a pal Proving thai she a regular ;her, Mrs, Coogan hurried off to West and gave Up the pleasure eelnir the Iiluv linen nt tlit HI mint -tor which she had especially come Ixfcau.io there was n plaintive lUte, noe irom jacxie mat came across Jreti telegram: "'Orannlo would have tnj'pick his Christmas tree and he wluld have to do the best he could wKli it this year, since mother was any." nd Mrs, Coogan Immediately dee med a message, "Don't pick the nt: rm coming to do it mys f." I had a good talk with Mrs. Coogan J- APARTMENTS FURNISHED COMPLETE FROM MkW ST. L STATIOHtffti OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. t.oe 7.W 10.90 ISM 2i:o $50 75 100 ISO 900 300 1 Two Special Victrola Offers There ns notSiing humdrum or monotonous about home life once a Victrola enters its portals. Friends drop in to listen to a "concert" and join in a daince, the young folks find they can have a "regular good time" and even Dad discovers, there arc other things in life besides his evening newspaper. If you want to be sure of your Christmas Victrola drop in and order it now while the particular model you desire may still be had. Outfit Nd. 1 Table Model Cabinet, with Genuine Victrola fnitalled, illuitratted 90.00 1 10-inch Red Seal Records 1.25 2 10-inch Double Face Records 1.70 110-inch Record Holder.. ,50 1 12-inch Record Holder 60 1 Record Brush, 15 1,000 Needles..1. 50 Outfit No. 2 Victrola No. 90 125.00 2 10-inch Red Seal Records 2.50 3 10-inch Double Face Records 2.55 2 10-inch Record Holders 1.00 1 12-inch Record Holder 60 1 Record Brush 15 1,000 Needles . 50 94.70 132.30 5.00 Down Balance Small Monthly Payments ; There Is No Interest, on the Unpaid Balance Fifth Floor) Every Victrola bought this, week will be delivered in time for Christmas. sth Avenue James McCreery & Co. mh street 21 Altmmt & Cn. Practflcal.Qift Suggestions So Tuesday Sales A SpecSafl ' Offering of Faocy Pillows amd otluer mioveflties viil be aim interesting feature in the Art Needlecrafft Department, the values pre sented being most attractive. Circular Pillows "(22 inches in diameter) covered with silk poplin and charmingly decorated . . . special at $3.50 Boi?doir Waste 'Baskets, covered with poplin and decorated with a French print medallion; trimming and handles of gilt; special at $1.95 Fancy Boxes of Japanese chip straw, hand decorated in color . . $1.25 & 1.50 At the same time a varied assortment of French novelties, taken from regular stock, will be placed on sale at materially reduced prices. (Fourth Floor) A Ntamraber off Little Children's Colored Chambray Dresses (some with bloomers to match) will be offered at the greatly reduced prices of $IA59 1.95 & 2.85 Sizes 2 to 5 years, but not complete in all styles. (Second Floor) A New Assortmeinit off All-linen Hand kerchiefs (for Men and Women) will be offered at very special prices Men's All-linen Handkerchiefs Hemstitched, per dozen $5.30, 8.00, 12.00 Initialed Tape-bordered French, colored per dozen 9.00, 10.50 . per dozen 9.00 each 95c. omen's' All-linen Handkerchiefs Hemstitched, per dozen $2.65, 4.25, 6.85 Initialed . . per dozen 2.25, 3.50, 4.00 Tape-bordered . . per dozen 4.50 Embroidered per box of sis . per bos of four each (finer qualities) . . $3.50 2.35 75c. to 2.85 Colored linen Plain color, initialed . per dozen $3.00 Novelty effects . . per box of three 1.50 (First Floor) A Clearamce Sale off Women's Slippers, Pimnnip! and Oxfords at the extraordinarily low price of $7.50 per pair (sizes incomplete) is now in progress on the Second Floor Jflabtsfoit 8foemte Jf if ti) gtoemte, 35eto gorfe btrtp-fourti) street tCljirtp-fiftfj Street Stem Brothers West 42nd Street (Between Sth and 6th Avenues) West 43rd Street Just Received from England: Girls' OIL SILK COATS o Transparent, Rain and Dust Proof ' , VERY SPECIALLY PRICED. $11 ONE of tho most attractive of all weather couts arc these feather weight oil silk coats in beautiful shades of red or purple. They are cut on smart, mannish lines with raglan sleeves, convertible collars and storm strap at wrist. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Bloomingdale 'S 59TH TO GOTH ST., LEXINGTON TO THIRD AVE. 1 (Bpm Cbenmgs; Ml Christmas This Store Will Remain Open Every Evening Till Christmas to 10 o'clock A most satisfactory arrange ment, giving extra unhurried shop ping hours to our customers and extra earnings to our employees Direct into storo by Subway: Interboro (59 th Str station) and Broadway B. R. T. (Lexington Ave. station). Direct to store by surface cars: 59th St., Lexington and 3rd Ave. cars and Third Ave. "L." A few blocks away are the Queensboro Bridge, 5th Ave. buses, Madison Ave. cars and Second Ave. "L.". WEAK BLOOD IS A REAL BARRIER Growing Children Often Need Gude's Pcpto-Mangan Some children crow too nuicklv it saps'thcir strength. They lapse into careless, desultory habits, or develop n ihrinking attitude. Their laces loot pinched. The blood becomes overtaxed In- too rapid growth; and poisons from uie system take the place of strtnj,'tli glvlng red corpuscles in the blood. Red corpuscles are those little red particles that swim in blood nud kvc It Its color. Gradually that child loses interest In Its play. Poor blood needs the building Unit the Iron In Gude's PeptoMungmi gives to weakened blood. Glide's, Pepto-Mengan enriches the blood by Increasing the number of red. corpus cles, and restores the blood by driving out the poisons. When the rcvivrtl blood gets to work, the appetite be comes what a growing ehiUi's should be. Your druggist lias Glide's Pepto- Mangan in liquid or tablet form. The ' name "Gude's Pepto-Mungan" is on every package, Advt. Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum 4 jc40figjg ii 1 1 i Hilars-'