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PRINCE CANT LIVE WITHOUT THE MOVIES? SO.
TOTES 'EM ALONG WITH HIM
It's a happy day for Ihe movie fan" when he can carry his own little
moying picture show around with him. Prince Henry of Prussia can. Per-,
haps he couldn't if he wasn't brother to the Emperor of Germany, but as
it is "His Highness" has enough royal "pull" and royal purse to be able to
have a cinematograph theater of his own.
When the German prince started on the South American tour he's
now making, he had his "movie" theater right with him on the upper deck'
of the liner Cape Trafalgar, and it's part of the luggage that will cross the
Andes with hinl. ,
TIIE REAL LIFE
By H. M. Cochran.
Down on the bank where it's cool,
Pole, hook and line after school.
Down with the sound
Of the shrill katydids.
Way down there, that's the life
Of SOME kids.
Out on the corner at four
With twenty boy friends or more.
Husky of voice, r
A. leader by choice.
Out in the air, that's the life
Of SOME boys.
Playin' at marbles all day,
From morn 'til night lie's away.
Losin' or winnin'.
He rapidly rids
Of marbles, that's the life
Of SOME kids.
SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
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A PRUDENT MAN
"What induced you to cut your
friend Gushly?" (
"His very high-flown sentiments
about the duties of friendship. I was
afraid the day might come when I
couldn't afford them." , i