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THE EVENTING W.OBLD, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922.
It The Evening World's Kiddie Klub Korner WM kr aW Conducted by Eleanor Schorcr Woodland, Won Jer Tales By Cousin Eleanor & Mfihu-nng, Chu-n-nBi" 8ang Frog-ln-the-Bog. the Pear Kiddlo Kins: It haa been pointed out by mem bars that tho charirilnsr llttlo verses "Spring: Flowerq" which was chosen for flrst prizo in tho April contest, was written by Elizabeth Gordon and that tho poem In to bo found In ber xok entitled "Flower Children." This Jeavcs the fourteen' year old II daddy, did you really seo tho Frog. In-tho-Dog?" asked Mo Brlghtcyes. "I really did, my son," said Billy Drlctuoyes "Oh daddy, tell us what ho lopka IIKO. -"Well, to begin with," observed Billy Brlehteyes, "Mr. l'roB-tn-the- Boir has lareo eyes and larcer ears." "Well," interrupted Mo, "so have wo "True, true," said Billy Brlghtcyes, "a squirrel's ears" aro bigger than his eyes, that Is not remarkable. But It you could seo tho size ot Mr. Frog-ln tho-Bog's eyes" you would ogrco with mo that It Is rcmarkablo that any iOf his features could bo larger than they." "Arc Mr. Frog's eyes very, big?" Eena wanted to know, "Very," said her daddy. "And he can draw them away In and pop them out at will." "What fun!" screamed Meena, "And when he sings ho swells his throat out as tho birds do," con- Mtued Billy Brlghteycs. "Docs ho look like a bird?" was Mlna'o question "What color Is he?" put In Mo. "Children," laughed Billy Brighteyes. "I cannot easily describe Mr. Frog to you. He Is exactly 'like nothing you havo ever seen before, you naa best como and seo him for yourselves." v ' "Will you take us, daddy?" said JEena delightedly. ' " "If you are good." "I promise," Bald nil four of tho Brighteyes children at once, and away they went, Billy Brlghtcyes leading Jong tho path to tho edge, of tho wood. "Chu-n-ng, chu-n-ng," sang tho Frog-ln-the-Bog. And hearing him the Brighteyes children hurried on toward tho bog. "Chu-n-ng, chu-n-ng," he sang again. Then -strained his big round ears for an answer from somewhere In tho bog. It came.- Not only ono answer but many, until tho wholo bog Seemed to have turned Into ono largo chorus of frog and toad musicians .each singing his part perfectly. But none sang so loudly as did the Frog-ln-thc-Bog, who became so en grossed in his song that he completely forgot everything else. This was unfortunate, for the Brighteyes family, were not his only audience. Mr. Sneaky Snake was there, and, seeing Mr. Frog thus charmed by his own singing, took ad vantage ot him. Snapl went Mr. Snake's jaws and the Frog-ln-the-Bog was caught, head first, In Mr. Sneaky Snake's Jaws. ."Daddy, daddy, savo him," pleaded Eena Brighteyes. Quickly Billy Brighteyes grasped ono of Mr. Frog's legs and begun to pull. "You're hurting him, daddy," said Meena. "Bfti Sneaky Snako Instead," said Mlna excitedly. Ordinarily Mr. Sneaky Snake would havo made offln a hurry, but a full sized bull frog Is quite a weight to carry and Mr. Snaka could not move as fast as usual. Billy Brlghtcyes bit Sneaky Snake's tall, his back, his head, without ef fect. But to have his neck squeezed was too much for tho slim fellow. It mado him let go the Frog-ln-thc-Bog, who was ever so glad to bo released. Instantly ho. Jumped back Into the bog and found his favorite Illy pad feeforo ho called to Billy Brighteyes: "Chu-n-ng, chu-n-ng, thank you, thank you." "He's very grateful," said Eena Brlghtcyes. "Chu-n-ng, chu-n-ng, grateful in deed," answered the Frog. "I'm your friend for life. If ever you're In troublo call on me." honors "solely to Cousin Virginia Thorpe. I am terribly disappointed that such an unfortunate mlstako should have pecurred In our Klub, .not so much because one ot our members is not tho clever poet I Imagined but (and this Is far moro Important) because she docs not seem to know the first rule of fair play. Ono of tho correspondents to whom I am Indebted says: "I should like to explain that plagiarism Is .one of tho things considered a great, crime by all authors. To steal another's work and submit It as your own is cheating, Perhaps all kiddles do not understand this and it would be well to enlighten them on the subject." COUSIN ELEANOR Maytime. Maytlmo Is playtime For every girl and boy, For then we twlno the maypoles Which All our hearts with joy. All the llttlo songsters, Warblo melodies of spring: And the time will como again, When school bells cease to ring. 'Tia then we lovo the summer, With all Its radiant hue: For, 'tis then we romp across flcldi Beneath tho skies of blue. . One of the ' Fascinating, Exclusive has been officially chosen and named The "Miss Atlantic City" Bathing Suit Smart as can bel Ob tainable at all the stores that strive to please. All the ftmint Anntttt Ktllamann Bethinf Suits bttr an iJtntHcaiion Ubtl. Ltek lor it rt lifioujly Created by ASBURY MILLS Textile Bide. Bin Ave. at SUt St. New York net. applied for. "Good Morning, Mr Digby!" ARE you known at the store where you buy your shoes, or do you float around from one store to another? Most people who wear Walk Over shoes become what we like to call "our friends." We know a greaihmany by name and we know what they like. They never ask us if this or that is a good shoe. They know that the shoes we put on their feet are Walk-Overs and that's enough. NUI 1 M 1 ' m mmi 5Ko$ far Mm and Wtmm New York City Storti 810 Fifth Avtnui, h-rvwn 4 Jnd and 43d Bts. 179 Broadway, near Cortland St. 1411 Droadway.at 40th Bt. Ml W. 135th Bt. 117J.7J Broadway, near 2th Bt. 1615 Broadway, near SOth St. 61J W. llltt Bt. 130 Bowery at Broome St. BrooUra Bronx 5S7 Malroaa Avenue, near 149tb St, 11SS Broadway, near Oatee Ave. Yonkere, N. Y. 7 N. Broadway i5-7 Fulton 8t., opp. Hanover Place Patenon, N. frlll Market 8t. 406 Fifth Avenue Poughkccpile, N. Y. 187 Main St. Gtico, Fftocntx, end Van Roatt ITojUty So 'tis. well wo lovo thov Maytlmo, For Maytlmo loves us too. By LILLIAN COPELANDi WIN- APRIL CONTEST AWARD NERS. . Dtoht-Ycar Class.. "Spring Flowers." Wclcomo dear spring, With flowers so gay, Daffodils and lilacs, B6th como In May. 1 1ovo you, dear spring, You make tho world gay. By ISABKLLB LAWSON GRAY, Now York City. "Spring Flowers." Llttlo Pussy-Wlllow, will you waKo up, Tho VloletM, tho Daisies and tho sweet Buttercups? Think of theso flowers, thcy'vo slept under snow, And nov they aro wai'ting, Just wait ing to grow. In sprlpg tlio rain and sun help the queer llttlo seeds, Flowers and mosses, ferns and weeds, They were under tho leaves and under snow, But now once more, they aro starting to grow. By MARION KASSEL, New York City. Honorable Mention. Marglo Slckenbergor, Now York Cltyj Alexander Scharf, Now York City. HOW TO WIN A PENNANT. Kiddles who would llkolo havo a Kiddlo Klub pennant must bring flvo now members, Into th,q Klub. Six coupons, numbered In .rotation, must bo saved for each now member, and mailed to mo with a letter telling mo the nnmo, ago and' address of tho new member, and tho name, ago, address and certlficato number of tho kiddle who wishes to win a pennant. A new member who brings four other new members Into tho Klub i.'lth him will also rccclvo a pennant. Tho NovattUi of the Saturday Kiddie, Klub Korner printed on glossy, white paper, will bs mailed readers on receipt of, a 5-cant stamp for each feature. The story and pictures of "Around the World and What Alice Found" will make an attractive book- the Cut-outs, Ac, are prettier1 and more practi cal when printed on hard paper. Address Cousin Eleanor. Evening World, 63 Park Row, N. Y. C. IlISITVG TO IT. (From the Pittsburgh Sun,) "It Is a time of great unrest." "True." "With grave consequences Immlnont." "I know. But what I am trying to or ganize Is h dancing club that will really keep abreast of the new dances." SDIP NEWS INFORMATION Due To-Day. Homeric, Southampton ...April at Latvia, Copenhagen ..April 23 Camhral, Antwerp ....April 27 Carrlllo, Havana May 1 Due TO'Morroio. Bamland, Itamburf i..... April 21 Mexico, Prorrrso April 20 (len. 11. V. Uoethale, Colon April Itl Yorck, llremen ....April 22 Ilottfntam. Plymouth April 27 Themlstoclcs, I'lraeue April 5 Due Saturday. , Chicago, Havro .'...April 25 France, llaue April 20 Median, Liverpool April 22 Due Sunday. Caronla, Hamburg .April 27 Keltic, !,lerpool " April 2 Toloa. I-ort LI men April 30 Due Monday. Ft. Hamilton, ticrmuda May 0 HOW TO JOIN THE KLUB. CUT OUT THIS COUPON. Beginning with any number, cut out elx of three coupons I 034, 03.1, 03H. 037, DM and !39, ai.J mall to Coualn Elea nor, Evening World Kid dle Klub, No. 03 Park How, New. York City, with a note. 1n which you must give your NAMH, AOE and ADDRESS. lVese.be careCol to mention not only the city In which you live, but the borough also. ' All children up to sixteen years of age may become members. Each member le Presented with av sliver gray Klub Pin and membership 'certificate. COUPON 934. Colombo, Naples Granite State. Bremen. ........... Maraoalbo, Mayaguei ...t ronce, Ran Juan.... Santa Therein, Valparaiso,,..... Oscar H., Copenhagen...... Btavangerfjord, Uergen Lapland, Southampton Due Tuesday. Orblta, Southampton Orizaba, Havana . Folonla, Dantlg Due Wednesday. Wuerttemburg, Hamburg , Old North Bute. Cherbourg; , Olympic, Southampton Ball To-Day. Malts Close. Asia, ronta Delgada.. 10.30 A.M. Esperanza, Havana .. 7.30 A.M. Ball To-Morraw. Malls Close. CaUitamct. West Africa 8.30 A.M. Chateau Thierry, Ant werp 9.30 A.M. Catherine, Monte Chrlstl e.jtOA.M. Crofton Hall, Harbado 8.30 A.M. Yaque, Ilarbados 9.30 A.M. Ilaracoa, Kingston ...10.00 A.M. Tartma. St. Thomas.. 11.00 A.M. Colon, Cristobal 1 1.30 A.M. rarla, Cristobal Noon Bail Saturday. Malls Close. Homeric, Southampton 8.00 A.M. Kroonland, Antwerp .. 8.00 A.M. Noordam, Rotterdam.. 8.00 A.M. La Havole. Havre 8.30 A.M. Ssnta Marta, Santa Marta T.30A.M. Slboney, Havana ..... 8.00A.M. Ulua, Port Ltmon .... 8.00 A.M. Caracas, 8an Juan.... 8.30 A.M. Ban Lorenzo, Ban Juan ,8.30 A.M. Sail Monday. Malls Close. Hansa, Hamburg ...April 28 ...Apr.ll ST ....May 8 ....May 8 ...April 10 ...April 28 ...April 23 ...April 27 ..April 27 ..April SO ...May 8 Sails. Noon 11.00 A.M. Balls. Noon Noon 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. Noon 1.00 P.M. 2.00 P.M. 3.00 P.M. Sails. Noon Noon Noon Noon 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. 11.00 A.M. Sails. 0.30 A.M. tA rt in 'Dress A Special Showing OftheNjxv Collins Values FEATURING Creations of unusual Collins distinction at prices seldom associated with Art in Dress Strat, ftAfttrnoon & 'Dinner FROCKS VALUES that only the more scientific dress , making methods employed in our Ready for Wear Department make possible. Of Crepes and Foulards. Very Specially Priced ; Specially Selected MODEL DRESSES Some of our most beautiful models used this season for exhibition purposes in our Dress making Department. A choice selection all ; m(i(MeaMlleli u An old picture of the SAIF-KILLi district, reproduced by courtesy of the iT. F, Historical Society W. & J. SLOANE SAW-KILL FURNITURE Made by modern methods to conform to old-fashioned ideals Conceived, designed and manufactured for ourselves exclusively, made to supply the needs of those discriminating people who desire AT A , MODERATE PRICE something better in design, construction and finish than is obtainable in the "quantity products" with, which the market abounds. A SAW-KILL EXAMPLE Sheraton Mahogany Dining Suite The Table is 54 inches in diameter, with four extra leaves, extending to 8 q-j j- feet, with a fine selected top, and a rich grain crotch veneered apron. Price iff -L Otl The Sideboard, 66 inches long, is fitted with two drawers in center portion and two roomy cupboards at ends. Reeded moulding, tapered square legs, and small inlayB of satinwood and boxwood add to the charm of the design. rjr ' Price j. . pl U The Serving Table, 38 inches long, is equipped with one roomy drawer ,,(-, Price $Ov) The China Cabinet, 66 inches high and 42 inches wide, with class doors, wood sides and backs, provides four spacious shelves for display of China or n.-i rrv SUver. Price - . $1.50 Two Arm Chairs' and Four Side Chain, built after authentic models of the late XVIII Century, shaped for comfort as well as appear- a j- &D ance, complete the set. Price of Arm Chairs, each tJpbD Side Chairs, each jeji Any of the pieces may be bought separately at above prices x Total Cost of Complete Set of 10 pieces $750 NOTE Tbe u',9 ' male of Mahogany, with drawers and linings of selected Birch. All the tops are finished in special lacquer to resist water- stains, scratches and heat marks. 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Schumann-Heink $1.75 Lucia Mad Scene Galli Curci $1.75 Souvenir, Elman $L25 Tis An Irish Girl I Love, McCormack $1.25 Spring Song, Zimbalist $1.25 bong of Lave Marsh Dadman from Blossom Time $1.00 Serenade Murphy Seventh Floor Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE 1922 WORLD ALMANAC Complete in Every Detail At All News Stands and Boole Stores II y Mail, Pottage Prepaid. 50c Per Copy DDRESS: NEW YORK WORLD u NEW YORK CITV v. -I 35c JVvar?..: ' 1 ? S jjrU