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Theatrical News amd
MONDAY,, OCTOBER , 1922
The Evening World Comics
Good Evening !
By BIDE DUDLEY
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A man once died and went be
low. Unto his Imps of Sin
The Devil said: "Stir up the
And bring the victim in."
The Imps obeyed and Satan said,
"You're doomed to sret our
iBut tell us of your life on earth,
We'd like to hear that first."
"The victim spoke he faltered
"Please don't delay," he said,
"My children were a jazzy bunch;
' I'm hardened; go ahead."
,A lump came in the Devil's
, Said he: "That's pretty tough,
: Here, Imps of Sin, the whole
-' show's off,
;,1 Jhls man has had enough."
:'S They say Al Jennings, ex-bandlt,
Ms to be In a show. Probably a gun
1 J Mr. Harding picked the Yanks to
win. There you are, Democrats
' make the best ot It
A society to exterminate cats has
been started. Well, the gossips haro
nobody but themselves to blame.
The Giants proved, to be a weH-
. oiled machine, the Tanks a collec
tion ot flashy experts not well knit
together. 'Twas erer thus. The
steady-going fellow will take the
measure of the flash In the long run
Pity the Experts.,
Pm not a baseball expert,
They mvst be feeling faint.
Tn not bateball export,
And gosh, rm glad I ain't.
MAMIE AND THE MUDHOLE
t CWJilla DoUfl aa hoottnc that
' arrow Uat week Miry waa In the blue
- room reading- thli laactnatlri tilt of
the town ftnlstler'a lev.)
Street Commissioner Doggie
was driving along Oriole Avenue
as Jepp Coogan, lce-crcn.ru cone
In hand, was straggling from the
mudhole. Doggie stopped his
oar is an austere manner.
"Well, Jepp, what's up?" he
Mamie McTwJggle was sur
prised. Why should this man,
t whose negligence was responsl
, ble for the mudhole, be asking
her friend what was upT It ccr
; talnly did. seem tough.
" "I don't think I'd answer that
.: question, Jepp," said she.
' 1 There was mud In the whls
, tier's eyes, but love prompted
;t him end he scowled at Doggie.
Tou're to blame, Doggie," he '
A deep ellence followed. It
was broken by the sobs of the
girl. She was distressed about
the appearance of Coogan. She
DAVID DELASCO will present
Da1d Warfield in "Tho Mer-
chant of Venice" at the Ly
Iccum Theatre on Dec. 21. Tho sup
porting cakt will Include Philip Meri
ivnle as Bassanlo, A. E. Anson as
Duko of Venice, Ian MacLaren as
JAntonlo, Walter Percival ns dratl-
ano, Herbert Grlmwood as Prince of
Morocco, Albert Urunlng as Tubal,
f Horace Braham as Lorenzo, Reginald
Epoode as Holanlo, Herbert Runson aa
IHularino, Fuller Hellish aa Old Gob
jfjjo, Charles Harbury as Balthazar, V.
sylvian us Launcelot Gobbo, Morris
(fitroBsbcrK as Chus, Edward H
SSVever as Stcphano, Eihvaid Cran'
itlall aa Leonardo, Ward Do Wolfo as
Jester, Nick Long as Clerk of the
Court, H. Brown as a Ducal Mrason
iKei. Mary Korvoss as Portia, Maty
Zt lis aa Noris.ia. und Julia Adler us
Jjcswlciu uelicarsuis hare lcgun un
Jjlor tho iicraonal supervlislon ot Mr.
, HAIU SENATOR EM!
it Tvmlly Wakcman Hartley, Manage)
bt tho Stamford Theatre, Stamford,
)ias gone In for politics. Shu lies
been nominated for Htato Senator on
'tho Democratic ticket. Wo know
.Mrs. Hartley rather well, and If she
piuts aa much energy Into her race
ifor election as he uses in managing
Jj-.or theatre, you might as well bugin
tailing Her Senator Em right now
was her work for tho Woodrow
Wilson momunal that put tho project
uver the top In Stamford, and they
Juiid she couldn't do it.
TO REBUILD THE STAGE.
Tho elwyns will send Barnc
'.Bernard and Alexander Carr, iu
i nrr tiaiii-ftiiiMiiTriff rvf
POEMS OF PREFERENCE
King Beppo ot the Dronx wants
the cream colored tadpole ottered as
the prlie in this contest. The King
wishes to acquire a Queen as well as
the other prlxe and this It how be
goes about It:
The girl T wed mutt not be tad,
And lot of dough the mutt of had.
She need not darn my to on 4 bit.
But get it done and pay for It.
I mutt have no financial strain
Or worriet that vHtl bring me fain.
J do not mind if the it fat.
Oh, where you at girl where yon
had hoped to have him at the
weekly crap game ot the Young
Women's Social Club that night,
but his mud would preclude.
At that point an utter stranger
came upon the scene. Ho had a
black suitcase and was' deep in
"Pardon," he said, "but where
does the McTwlggle family llvet"
Commissioner Doggie eyed him
"I am Prince Soakl, a Hus-
- elan, now living in Kansas City,
Coogan was disturbed. Here
he was, covered with mud, and a
Prince was trying to get Into the
McTwlggle home. Could It bo
he wanted to marry Mamie?
"Oh, you go slap a toadt"
The stranger frowned and
opened his suitcase. Dogglo was
Mamie smiled, for she loved
Mystery was In the air.
(To bo continued.)
OUR 0W3T HOOK HEYIEWS.
We have Just finished perusing that
most delightful romantic story, "The
Royal Bootlegger" (Booblehelmer
Press), and we cUbs, it as the best
novel Swarsh Mustybug has written
so far. Every line is so human and
the tear and the smile are intermin
gled perfectly lovely. Of course
Floosh, the American, Is not a char
acter that could carry much Weight,
as he Is secondary to the Peppermint
Princess, who is vary cute. The
book is Just the sort of atory'tht
Booblehelmers seek far and wide for,
and if W. H. Anderson can be in
duced to glvo it his undivided in
dorsementand ho should, since the
bootlegger Is a produce ot Prohibi
tion It will undoubtedly be as pop
ular as "Taxlcab Tessle." Mustybug
can write. In fact, we consider him
one of our leading Hedonists when
sober. In "The Royal Bootlegger"
he has a story that equals his "Pansy
Parker's Peanut," which was a
cracking good yarn.
AND NOW PERMIT US
To suggest that ho who criti
cises the manners of a friend to ,
that friend Is mannerless.
'Partners Again." to Chicago on Nov.
1, and work will be started m h
rebuilding of the Belwvn Thentro-.
stage for the presentation of Ben-Ami
in -.jonanncs Krelolcr." The pro.
ductlon calls for numerous technical
BARRY'8 LITTLE JOKE.
"Why Is it." somehoHv mlnH
Barry Macollum, "that the wealthy
iiuyb bo mucn nquor r
"There's always rum at th. inn
TO NAME THE BOXES.
R. Zi. Burnsldo Ban01inr(.H fVin nil
tetter ana number designations on
the orchestra and balcony boxes at
the Hippodrome will h nniin,! ..in.
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tho names of neorjle wim hnv. r,.i.
uippourome history. Among those
for whom boxes will be named are
the late Fred Thomnson.
ni.ip nunuy, mint tho big playhouic;
juim i-nuip aouaa. Orvllle Harrold
Anna t'avlowa and Annette Kel
Iciman. THAT COP WAS WRONO.
Resale Barrlscale was driving her
car at a rapid rate near New Tork re
cently when a motorcyclo cop utopped
"You nre driving your car forty
nine? an nour," he said.
"ItldlculouHl" came from Resale
"I've bcn drlvlnt only half nn Vion
It tickled the bluecoat and he lot
ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES.
Hllvern Do not know the ong.
wny not nsK -jerry;
Balleff'j "Chaue Sourj" prescntu
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Ij JOE'S CAR a a. rat. wr. Besides Trout Are Out of Season! j
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THE BIG LITTLE FAMILY
LITTLE MARY MIXUF
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r. new bill to-morrow nlrht.
Klale Terffuson will begin rehearealB
In "The Whetl of Life" on Oct. 16.
Charles Rugplca Is to hive a rolo In
"A Clean Town," now la rheral
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under Richard O. Herndon's manage
ment. Sam H. Barrl -will produce the new
play "Rain" at the Garrlclc Ttreatre,
Pert? 0'N4 pa taUed for Lonaoo,.
K f tUe Hew LAbY YsWMW CDoto HeL WAHr WW. V fflf Vi & -oe.MG- tioe
Trad Mark Rf.
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Trada Mark n.
taking: along: several . plays, ono of
which uhe will be seen In over there.
The Mlnskys will contlnuo the
Thursday night midnight shows at the
Park, using It to try out nov
U. B. Pat. Oft.
Cepr. 1922 (N. Y. Et. World) By Praia Pub.
O. a. Pat. Oft.
A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.
Mike Doblln, who had Ins Ions'
beard cut oft' icently, is making It
up Into hair uocUUes which he f.clb
at a holt a dollar. Wells vllle OpUc.
CUV OVGR A
Few MldE )
Where ten a younu lady named l.uec,
ll ho tool; on a load of the juice.
1V7iIo playing at poker
Thcu wanted to choke hrr,
ifciau.se i he was raiting the deuce.
A Catty Remark for a Mant
."v- v i sfiw v . i i'iii.a
From Bad to Worse!
Doing It De Luxe!
JUST ROUfiHINCc T
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PUT IT IN THE ACT.
Farmer (At midnight) Who's I
that chicken .coop? !
oico (From within) Dey aln'i4
10 In here, boss, 'ccptin us chlcke.