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THE EVENING WORLD, HURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922. .9 T j - .. T!fie Evening World's Kiddie Klub K orner CK&L. JtU CT Trt Xt Ml) It, If JMVi Ca. Conducted by Eleanor Schorer :WooHand Wonder Tales " By Cousin Eleanor snip News information Duo To-Day. Cmlp.f, Santos ...April 20 TIvIvps. Klnaston Mar a Soitimt, Cristobal ......... May B Duo To-Morroto. Mauretanln, Southampton folonla, Dan.tg M&nuel Calvo. Cadi:..... Carmanla, Southampton, ....... Duo Baturdav. WHAT mm i FROQ-lW-THE-BOQ DID TO MO BRIGHTEYE3. HE Frotr-ln-the-Uojr was first to reach the top and was already re Bcatcd on his favorite wator lily pad when Mo Brlghtoyos's hobo appeared abovo tho water. "Save tnc, Mr. FrogI Savo met" Cried Mo Brlghteyes. "Save yourself," called back tho Fro-ln-tho-Bo. "You'ro a squirrel, you ought to know how to swim." ' "I can't swim," called Mo; moan whllo ho teas swimming for all he was worth round and round tho lily pad. "Now, don't try to get on hero with me," warned Mr. Frog. "You tried that once, a few minutes ago, and you know what happened wo both trot ducked. I am suro that you at least do not want another such, so koep away, I tell you. Swim td shore. That's my advico; swim to shore." And Mr. Frog went on blinking and snapping at files. "UelpI Help!" called Mo Brlght-oyen. And America. Qucn.town Mar " nanto Aiignieri, Naples, t Arm so Ryndam, l'lymouth v. ...... .Hay 4 Monterey. Havana May 10 IJourdonnals. Havre ....May 3 President Wtl-on, Naplas May 2 Wuerttembure. llambura April ST Reliance, Hamburg May 2 Due Sunday, Gothland. Antnern , Calamaros, I'ort LImon. Duo Monday. "Sav.Me, Mr. Froot" CrUd Mo Tou'll need help," uald th Frog-iln-the-Bog, "If I corao In there." "iwu neea neip," caw tn v rog-iin-tne-og, 11 1 coma in mcro. jum Mr. Ffrog snapped his Jaws savagely again, so Bavagely that Mo Brlgliteyos oovo under tho water Illy pad. "Perhaps" you don't know who I am," said Mo to Mr. Frog. "Oh, yes, I do;" you're a meddling,' addling iiulnance." was tho answer, 'I am Mo Brlghteyes. Billy Bright- eyes's son," said Mo. "What?" said Mr. Frog, surprised, .vnd in a twinkling ho was In the wa ter helping Mo over to tho cowslip patch. "Thero," ho said with satisfaction over seeing tho little, squirrel on shoro among tho yellow blossoms. "There! You are safe; a little wet but safe." "Thank you, Mr. Frog," said Mo politely. "Nothing to it," said tho Frog-in-he-Bog modestly. V 5'You've done me a great kindness," Said Mo. "You've saved my life." "I shouldn't have dono It." said Mr. Frog frankly. "I still think you a meddling, muddling little mi" "Anyway, I thank you," Mo in sisted. "Run home and thank your daddy," Mr. Frog advised. "I wouldn't have helped you except for Ulm. Billy Brlghteyes is a fine fellow." Mo Brlghteyes started off as if he I a llUU4. IV I'll .WO u .UQQ.W- 'fWtion. But just out of sight of the Tin fnimrl n. flat. Blinnv rock, and "hero he rested, dried and combed bits of grass out of his fur before return ing to his homo in the hemlock. Spring. Hark! She has come With her garlands fair, And with her she brings f ' The flowers raxo. Dy Fannlo ICogut, age 12, 1-3 Pitt Stroot, Now York City. HOW TO JOIN THE KLUB. CUT OUT THIS COUPON. DcrtnnlnB with any number, cut out alx or theso coupons: 037, 038, 93'J, I'lO, Ml and 842, k. 1 m ill to Coualn Elea nor. Evening World Kid dle Klub. No. C3 Park Row, New York City, with a not, in which you muit glv your NAME, AQB and ADDRESS. Pleaea be careful to mention not only the city In which you llva, but the borough aleo. , All children up t6 atxteen yeara of ag may become members Each member la preaented with a allver gray Klub Pin and membership certificate. COUPON 937. 'estrln. lluenos Ayrea, Philadelphia, Curacao I'm to nlco. Sn Juan. Cedrlc, Liverpool ..... I'atrla. Marseilles .... Constantinople. Piraeus May I Aaayrla, Antwerp May 3 Aeolus, Rio Janeiro ...Aurll in Baxonla, Liverpool ...May n Mlnnekahda, Hamburg .....May n Lafayette, Itmre May ts Duo Wednesday. Majeetlo, Southampton ..May 10 Ball To-Day. Malta Close. Balls. Mt. Clinton. Hamburg D-.00 A.M. Noon Mexico, Tamplco 7.30A.M. 11.00A.M. SaU To-Morrow. Malls Close. Salts. Munamar, Nuevttas .. 8.00 A.M. Noon r Astrea, aiaracaioo ,.,i..wu. ..w r.iu Bail Saturday. Malls Close. Sails. Rotterdam. Boulogne. . 8.00 A.M. Noon Olympic, Southampton. 0.00 A.M. "1.00 T.M. I.apianti, Antwerp ... c.uvA.iu. -100a President Flllmoro, Bremen 10.30 A.M. Noon Themlstoetes,. Plrau..12.30 P.JI. 3.00 P.M. u iiamiifn. uormuaa j.wa.ai, xi.uua.u. AUGUST MOEBUS DIES AT NEW ROCHELLE HOME Just Ten. It was tho 20th of January, and the following day was 1.11a Dayton's tenth birthday. Sha was going to have party. J. Brother Bob, who could never keep cv tecrct, told her ho was giving her Ice1 skates. "Now I can learn to skate," cried XAIa. She didn't want to go to bed that .night, and Mrs. Dayton, who knew th'e little girl better than her daddy, promised Lila she could stay up, but ns half past 0 camo tbo tired head drooped, and Mr. Dayton carried his litUe girl upstairs. Ife Tho following day was an eventful I-one to Llla. First, she got a big doll from Mother. Father gave her a car riage and the- Ico skates came from Bob. And then came tho party. All her friends were Invited, and 5hat a jolly timo they hadl They alaycd blind man's buff and many other games and had the most dell- as lemonade and littlo frosted cakes and ice cream. It surely was a do llshtful party. v That night a very tired but very happy Lila crep Into bed, saying: "How lovely everything Is." By Louise Schneider, 840 Whltlock Avenue, New York City. A Spec' ' Saturday Feature. A cut-out of the Frog-ln-the-Bog will appear printed in the Kiddie Klub Korner on v -rdny. C. E, APRIL CONTEST AWARD NER. Xino-Ycar Clan, "Spring Flower." Tho flowers of spring! What Joy and beauty They do bring. How lovely they lool; In their spring array; How we admlro them Pay after day I Th? sun shines upon them With a smile on his faco; Ho looks with great envy At their beauty and grace. By Stanley Jacobs, Brooklyn WIN' Was First "Graded" Park Comniis- aloner Here. August Mofibus, seventy-three, for many years Identified with politics here, died suddenly at his home. No. 78 Locust Avenue, New Rochelle, last night. Mr. Moebus was the first "graded" Park Commissioner here, serving under Mayor Van Wyck. lie also cerved two terms as Alderman and was leader of the old Thirty-fourth Assembly District. He Is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. George Eberly and Mrs, Albert Badeau of New Rocbelle and Mrs. Sophie Hohenswee of Worcester, Mass, and two eons, Charles A., of New Ro chelle, and August C, of New Tork. Interment t 111 be at Woodlawn Cera etory. ASK LAND Fdn MUSEUM. Women Tell Committee OliUdrcn'ej Institution Mionld lie Enlarged A largo delegation of women, headed by Mrs. Don C. Seltz, appeared before the Corimltteo of the Whole of the Board of Estimate ysterday and won consideration of their proposal to ac quire Immediately land to enlarge the Children's Museum of Brooklyn. Their request was referred to Park Commis sioner llftrman. Mayor Hylan told tho women that he bellevod the slto could not bo acquired tlds year because of the pay-as-you-go law. Borough President Rlegelmann said it could bo taken under tho Gcr hardt law by assessment. K. OF C. DOOIC FOR TUB POI'll. A specially bound edition of "Knlglits of Columbus In Peace and War." by Maurlco Francis Cgan and John B KenueJy.'wlll be presented to Pope Plua XI forhls private library. The book is tho official history of the K. of C, com prising a record of their growth and war and reconstruction work.' Its sec ond volume contains the names of all members who served in the war, mor than 100.000. 1 1 1 1 1 KIPPERED HERRINGS Always ready for a hurried luncheon. Remove from the con tainer, halve them, place on leaves of tender lettuce and erVe with a dressing of drawn butter well aeasoned with the genuine i Honorable Mention. .Mildred Pearson, New York Ruth Zirumerrrian, Brooklyn. City; The Novelties of the Saturday Kiddie Klub Korner printed on glgssy white' paper will be mailed on receipt of a 5-eent Ump for each. The story and picture of "Around the World and What Alice Found" will make an attractive book the Cut-outs, 4o,( are prettier and more dura ble when printed on hard paper. Address Cousin Eleanor, Evening POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL ..May 4 .April 21 .Aorll 30 ..May 3 ...May ...May April S5 ....May 10 ,j. May 10 May 11 ...........April .11 Rosalind, St. John's.. 7.80 A.M. Clan Duchanon, lluenos Ayrea 8.00 A.M. Orizaba. Havana ..... 8.00 A.M. Mauy, Rarahona 8.30 A.M. Ponco, Ran Juan 8.30 A.M. Maracalbo, Maracatbo 8.30 A.M. Toloa, Port Union.... 0.00A.M. Ennequlbo, Valparaiso. 10.00 A.M. Dunstan, Natal 11.00 A.M. Bridgetown, Barbados, 12.00 M. Mary, Uaraliona ..... 8 JO A.M. 1J.00A.M. Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon Naon 1.00 P.M. 2.00 P.M. 3.00 rat. Noon ADMITS SLAYING PARTNER. COLUMBIA,, p. C. May 11. F. M". Jeffords, part owner of a proeporous gasollno filling station, confessed to the police, according to .Sheriff Uclse, (hat he planned the death or his partner, J. C Arnette, to gain control of tho busi ness. Arnotto'a boJy was found In an overturned car on a lonely country road. Ira Harrison and Glenn Treeee. sJr- rrated nt tlm inma time with Jeffords. also have confessed to aiding in. the crime, according to the Sheriff. alL-tHK V Quality, Economy, Con venience and Service are the foundation stones on which this business has been growing larger every year for thirty-eight years. Thirty-eight years of steady, healthy growth from one store to over 630 now surely justifies this policy! k Milk Lake View Evaporated. Pure Whole .Milk Reduced to the Thickness of Cream. Tall can 7 Milk BUTLER'S CONDENSED. Rich Whole some Milk and Pure Cane Sugar. Per can 8c Jams Curtice Bros. Assorted Flavors, per jar id c Marmalade 25c Hartley's Imported. New Shipment Just Arrived Coffee .25c "Famous" Brand Fresh Roasted OnionSpo7c New Crop from Texas Eea! Orange Pekoe Tea A fine tea that will appeal to every lover of good tea. Put up in two convenient sizes, a trial package for only 10 cents, and a half-pound for 25c Butler's "Famous" Blend Teas Highest grade only, selected and blended by experts who know. All the popular varieties, per pound, 35c Bon Bon Bread The found Loaf . 6c Double Loaf, 12c Whole Wheat, 20 oz 10c Raisin Bread, 16 oz 10c Bon Bon Cake, Half pound pkge 13c Fresh Crackers N. B. C. Zu Zu, Vanilla Snaps and Grahams "Sunshine" Lemon, Vanilla and Yum Yums per pkge., 5c Pure Beverages Green and Gold Ginger Ale Saraaparilla Rainbow"' Orange Drink Lemon Soda Pint bottle, 10 c (Plua Se deposit on tath bottle.) 1 Save money buy your groceries at any one of our 630 conveniently located green-and-gold stores. JAMES BUTLER Inc. 1870 52 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL SELLING 1922 S. B. COR. 124th ST. tSL 3rd AVE. NKENBERGS SHINE BRIDE OU I f 1 1 OMJL p Cashl.3 a Week, FURNITURE FOR NEWLYWEDS AT EXTRAORDINARY SAVINGS, Wc are going to extend the opportunity to June Brides to purchase their home furnishings at the extremely low price of $75 per outfit, the same" tow price that prevailed in our $75 Outfit Sale, but with the added advantage of aetcc Hon from newly arrived furniture stocks. Ordinarily such furniture would command a much higher price. We, hope that you ncwlywcds will investigate these- bargains and see for yourself that they represent the finest quality it is possible to produce. We wish to assure you also that the Finkenberg guarantee of satisfaction goes with each . purchase made. Liberal creait will make- it easy tor you to siart your name at once. a - r . tt- .1 rf : i c .. ! 1 . . 1 l a t r good grade of tapestry, well constructed. Extraordinary , Js m Bargain Outfit Sale Prlco V $5 Down $1.50 Weekly fl JP IP Hi - i i hi ii n nt j hii 4-picco Reed Fibro Suite, finished in ivory enamel. Chair, Rockar and Settee nava spring scats, looso cusnions, and are upholstered in hanasomo cretonne Tablo is sturdy and attractive Outfit Sale Prico 4-pieco uearoom buito, nnisiioa in walnut, ivory enamel or Italian grey. Large sizo Dresser, roomy Chiffonier, Dressing Table with triplicate mirror, and full sizo M HPfl Out fit Snln Prion T $5 Down $1.50 Weekly $7ft S5 Down $1.50 Weekly 9 J 75 Tho famous 3-picco Kroehlor Davono Suito, finished in a t,i I i a .. 11 . l a .. mahoiranv. uDhoisteredia brown imitation, Snanish leather. AllvinBroombyday.abodroombyniglit. Outfit Sale Prico $5 Down $1.50 Weekly $75 ymmy: ! n 1 lM I im Massivo William and Mary solid oak Dining Room Outfit, Jacobean limsti, consisting oi, aa-incn extension Tablo and four Chairs, upholstered m genuino brown Spanish leather. , Outfit Salo Prlco $5 Down $1.50 Weekly 1m n - '- 1 1 1 . I ' . . . . , . . 1 1 . 1).1 I 11... 1 ;i vuuiv, iu 0-picco uearouiu ouiw;, iuu oiiu juvu, jjuuu quauiy an a $- steel Spring, cotton Mattress, Z Feather Pillows, roomy 7 .T Dresser, Tablo and Rocker Outfit Salo Prlco. v t $5 Down $1.50 Weekly f O Complete White Enamel Kitchen Outfit, largo Kitchen Cabinet, complete with Jars, Porcelain Top Tablo with wo W drawers, twe hite Enamel Chairs Outfit Sale Prico $5 Down $1.50 Weekly $ 75 An unusual outfit for the small nnartment. Roomv Rocker and Arm Chair, covered In gocd quality tapes try, ana bcauuiw vucen Anno manogany linisncti Library Tablo : Oulfll Salo Prlco' $5 Down $1.50 Weekly ollupholstered $75 IT This handsome Bedroom Set, finished in Italian grey, large size Dresser, full sizo Bod and roomy Chiffonier. , Outfit Salo Prlco $5 Down $1.50 Weekly $ 75 uueon Anno Dining Room suite, unlsuou in Italian grey. j 61-inch Buffet, 48-inch Extension Table, 4 slip soat Chai, p upholstcrod.in blue mUleskin Outfit Salo Prloo T $5 Down $1.50 Weekly 75 7-piecu Colonial Dining Room Suite, solid golden oak, con sisting of Buffot, Chlua Closet, Extension Tablo and four Blip beat Chairs ..Outfit Sale Price $5 Down $1.50 Weekly 75 4-picco Library Set, consisting of Sofa, Arm Chair and Roojcsf finished in mahogany, upholstered in brown imita tion Spanish leather, and largo size Library Table with drawer. Outfit Sale Prlco $5 Down $1.50 Weekly 75 WE PAY FREIGHT AND RAIL ROAD FARE FREE DELIVERY WllHiiN A RAD1US0F 1G0 MILES e & - STORY BUILDING S.E.COR.I2412! ST. a 3S5 Ave . Nl.Y. STORE OPEN UNTIL 6 P. M. MONDAYS AND SATURDAYS 10 P.M. 1 1 f. World, 03 Park now, N. Y. C. fWrf CVrvf8sr Jul -