Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 27, 1917, SOCIETY, Image 16
SUNDAY BEE: MAY 27, 1917. 6 B from Fi PHOTO PLAYS FOR OMAHA DEVOTEES rv THE OMAHA talD 1 T lasrtes ( 1T7 ii I' Theater Beautiful ALICE BRADY "DARKEST RUSSIA" SUBURBAN Today Kitty Gortteit la "Forf.l. Me-Net" K.xtuue "Her Circus Knlfht" Tueedav ftetttrt Warwick is "Tin Arf yU Caee" Weeaesoay (Wor,. Walsh at "Malt. an. Millions" Friday Baby Maria O.bom. la "Sun shine and Gold" Sataraev The Flvlnf TorpaaV APOLLO J:r;r8o 28th and Laavanworth Today, at 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15, . BIG DOUBLE BILL Paramount Presents An ; ALL STAR CAST , In- ' ' TflE EVIL THEREOF" And on tho Sam Bill CHARLIE CHAPLIN , , la His Latest Scraam "THE CURE" Men., LOU TELLEGEN . Too, DOROTHY PHILLIPS. Watt, EDNA GOODRICH . , Thar, THEODORE ROBERTS Fri, ANITA STEWART Sal, CARLYLE BLACKWELL , GRAND (VI us? TODAY 'TILL WEDNESDAY PAULINE FREDERICK in "HER BETTER SELF" "THE NEGLECTED WIFE" . t 1 A' I, I Coming I ALICE BRADY in "MATERNITY" Thursday A Picture Every Wife end Mother Should SEE . . . . II riTr-irfiirri. rr ,17 Life's greatest problem is that of the neglected wife, the erring husband, the otlier woman. W'hmt is the solution of this problem? $1000 will be yours if yon give the best solution. $ 500 win be paid for the next best solution. $ 1fift will be paid to each of the five persons who give the lw next best solutions. Write us what you think is the best solution to the problem, ' using one side of the paper only and confining yourself to ' not more than 200 words. Your answer will not have to correspond to the ending in the picture and literary merit will not count. A committee of men and women of national standing will act as judges. Your idea may win one.of these prises! Address your solution: Contest Department Pathe Exchange. 1417 Harnaj Street, Omaha, Nebraska. No replies considered , i J SX, . 'a., after August 12th, 1917 Q' -J"K VIcPrntdFTit ni General Mananet . 1 - PATHE EXCHANGE. IiMorporated. SHOWING TODAY AT MUSE THEATER l-Ii . - - ' . ll Cfiryg IVAn Will Shine nn Screen for Omaha This Week v., I Bills for the Uurrent Week - " , " ,;z:r 1 Strand Onlr two chanies at pro, rem at tho Blrand thla weak, William B. Hart and Mary Ficktord bain, the zeaiurea piayere Hart la seen today and tomorrow In bis .tut wetrn nhotodramatle sensation, 'The Desert Man,", followed Tuesday until Sat urday by Mary Plckford In "The Poor Little Bleb Olrl," aaid to bs Miss Plckford's most cnarmlnf characterisation ana a story that win nlamaa all who see 1L A Keystone com edy Is scheduled tor tha middle part of ths week, while Pathe Weekly will also add to tha enjoyment. Commencing with Plckford .naaeoment. the Strand theater orchestra for tha summer will be under tha direction of Harry Silverman, merely proving- tha fact that Manager Thomas ot ths Strand la al ways on the lookout to give bis patrona the best tba markst affords. Mbu Paulina Frederick and Thomaa Mellhan will co-star at ths Muse today until Wednesday In "Her Better Beir." too story tells of a wealthy girl engaged to an Italian itAtmt. vet lndulaee her fancy for a young doctor. Ha cares for bat cannot marry ber ALAMOtt and Today RUTH CLIFFORD ; DOUGLAS GERRARD in "ETERNAL LOVE" 16th and California Today SHORTY HAMILTON la "Shorty Lands tha Master Crook" "Croaks and Cracadilee," L-Ko HARRY CARTER la , "Somebody Llaa" DUNDEE Underwood , NO SHOW TODAY ' ." Tomorrow ROBERT EDESON, in "FATHERS OF MEN" FRIDAY MARY PICKFORD THURSDAY 'TILL SATURDAY MME. PETROVA in "THE UNDYING FLAME" Victor Moor., in "MOVING" He IN TODAY-MONDAY WM. FOX P..ESENTS NANCE O'NEIL IN "THE FINAL PAYMENT" A Thrilling, Tragic Lpve Story of Picturesque - SlcJly PATHE is paying $200P for the solution of this national problem (THE NEGLECTED WIFE). It may turn your1 Black house White. 3 Bstaasaaaaiaal . Decani ha oould not viva ber the luiury that aha waa accustomed to. She aeta out to prove -that ihe can live and work with working paople. But aoon la dlouraKd. not by the endleaa aqualor and drudf ery of It, but by dlaoverinv what ah thlnka la lore affair beLwcen him and a flrl of tha atreeta who worahlpa him. Thla, In fact, la tha bea-lnnlna of a atory of creat human Intereat. On th aama proyram for tb four daye Ruth Roland will be aen in tne aecona eDluid of th aerial "Th NfIeotd Wife." The lataat vnta of th war and other timely venta of tba day will b eaftB th Nwa Weekly. Thureday, Friday and Saturday Mm. Petrova make bar flrat ap pearance aa a Paramount atar at th Muia In "The Undvtna riam," a atory or moo rn Ksypt. Tha main atory, which ooncerna th love of a youna; Enllah officer and th da us titer of hia auperior m rank, la an ttnotly modern. Ma uric Toumear, director tor Mary Plckford In hr lateit eucceae, also directed Mm. Petrova In ."Th Undying Flam." . BIdd A photoplay exploited aa "th prat' tleat Bluebird ver aeroened" will be offered at thla thaatar today and Monday. It "Southern Juetlce" and feature! , Myrtle Oomalei and Oeorr Hernandei. It tell a quaint atory of a quiet Kentucky nelb borhood electrified by a euddtm lend boom, Th aetttnga are moatly furnlahed by "Moth er Nature" and the location were especially well choan. Tueaday and Wedneaday wilt b Eddy polo and Mary uacuaren in Butterfly production, "Money Madneei.1 A aoeolal feature haa been arranged for how Inge Thursday and you must watch for the announcement If you want to know, Friday and Saturday -.Helen War In a notable releaae, "Secret Lot' In which ah la ahowa to advantage. Empree One of th beat loved atar of filmland will be aeen at tn umpreea tni week. During th flrat half Anita Stewart will be presented In vitagrapha latest re- LOTHROP 24th and Lothrop Today and, Monday Edith Stony, Antonio Moreno . in "THE CAPTAIN OF THE GRAY ' HORSE TROUPE" ALHAMBRA24;.hr CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "BETSY'S BURGLAR" JIMMY DALE in No. 1 "THE GREAT SEAL" BOULEVARD 33d and Leaven. worth , . Telephone Harney 4272 ' COMING I THIS MEANS DAILY CHANGES ' Today and Monday CHARLES RAY DOROTHY DALTON a-aa "THE BACK OF A MAN" v Tuesday Only1 FREDERICK WARDE "HINTON'S DOUBLE" , j , : Wednesday and Thursday GLADYS BROCKWELL "ONE TOUCH OF SIN" Friday WILFRED LUCAS Saturday SUNNY JANE ;miiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ROHLFF 2559 Leavenworth St OPENS WEDNESDAY (Decoration Day) ( , And It Pleated to Announce tbe Opening Picture to Be 1 VS it. H Superfi TO,' niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK EMPRESS 'a titqi laaaftaaat -K- fnmwS iT Edwin Arden Th'u'X Helen Chadwick in I Vaudeville H and Photoplays Admission ZOe and 10c f v. w . p pp5 im&m s m Statu Stic La ten y VioU 2ana -At At Su EdZTSZdrtdi SfmfOfat'Mrova tformiTalmaJjs , -V. ' AMtAp.tl. "rut. nose. fifajreforera a Frederick At Me lMro At Hie Seuleiiref At Me Empress At leas entitled "Clover's Rebellion." The l"t half Edwin Arden will bo associated with Helene Chadwtck in Pat-he s i Iron Heart." In "Clover'i Rebellion" Clovar, a wealthy heiress, haa three suitors; on a duk sponsored by ber aunt, an unworthy Idler sponsored by ber uncle and a struggling young doctor who la her own choice. In "The Iron Heart," Astra has produced strong feature. In th oaat are such performers as Edwin Arden, Forrest Wlnant, Leonora Harris, Gertrude Berkley and Helena Chad wick. Th atory la of a man who thlnka only of financial success. In a aerie of swift moving event. Includ ing a strike at his factory, he learns hla lesson, and hla eon, who haa married against hi wlshea, la forgiven. Dlaniond-v-Jun Caprice will be the at traction at thla theater today tn tbe William Fox feature "A Child of the Wlld" It must not b forgotten that tha lovable Leo children r prominent In th cast.. Mon day a snlendid picture well up to th high atandard aat by thla theater. Boulevard -A splendid attraction haa been booked by th management of this theater for showing today and Monday. It la "Back DIAMOND Today JUNE CAPRICE (The Sunshine Maid) in "A CHILD 6? THE WILD" IIIMIiiillil'i,'ltli,iilitl1tli'l:l!l"lai'il,MI'i"lliiT'lii,IJ ' faaaaaaaaaaaaas T(TiT- l inldl I? (Admission 10 Cents) . TODAY AND MONDAY I MYRTLE GONZALEZ I "SOUTHERN JUSTICE" S TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY I I EDDY POLO I I MARY McLAREN I 1 "MONEY MADNESS" I I; THURSDAY ONLY Watch for Announcement of i Special Feature. i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I , HELEN WARE "SECRET LOVE" niiiliilllllllillni,llllltiliiliaiiltllii,il,illllllllllllillllillni THEATRE NORMA TALMADGE In Her "PANTHEA" First feature Which Will Also bo Shown Thursday. . Wednesday's show wilt be continuous. s starting at 2 P. M. , Pathe Nw in Conjunction. Admission: Adults, 10c; Children, 5c Parennal Manasemant of Oscar Rohlff. ' E Today,- Mondary, Tuesday, ' Wednesday ANITA STEWART "Clover'sllebellion" Xnita Stewart is so well known anal so well loved by the Omaha Mono Fans that oven in a poor story she would be a drawing card. How much better then will she please in this de lightful and humanly interesting play. Ham anal Bud Comedy entitled "Hard Times and Hard Scrabble" on the same bill.- and The Iron Heart' Open 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. Daily WardekJhih$iewiriJtt&ryPickf0rdiWlWm fjrnum Flashes From the Front Wlllllam B. Hark Charles Ray , Keeiw Owen ., Louise (ilaum William farnom. .. , ., . Valeks Buratt Miriam Cooper Mabel Taliaferro . . . j . . . Kthel Barry more Viola Dana..- Ethel Clayton Arthur Ashley , Alice Brady Vivian Martin Margaret "llUngtcu (ienrge Beban... Billy Burke Mary Plckford ......... . Douglas i'alrbftnlts. .... KKIe Ferguson Anita Stwwart Antonio Moreno Molly King Kuth Clifford Dorothy Phillips... Franklyn Farnum Louise Lovely Robert Warwick.,.,..., Jackl Saunders Crane Wilbur Marjorle Kambeaa of a Man" and star Dorothy Dalton tnd Charles Ray. ' Th usual comedy will also be on the bill. Special attentloa la called to tha attraction for Tuesday, when Fred erick Ward will b shown in "Hlnton Doubl." Thl famoua aotor portrays two distinct roles.. Suburban Kitty Gordon wft b tho" at traction at this theater today in a World production called "Forget-Me-NQt." This Fngllah beauty la hor ahown In a picture that will not aoon be forgotten. A Keystone comedy, "Her Circus Knight' which fea ture Ora Cafew, will be on the bllL Mon day Wilfred Luoea In "A Love Sublime.' Apollo Manager Monaghan announces a special Paramount picture at this theater to day which has an all-star cast, it Is "Tha Evil Thereof." On the aama bill will be Charlie Chaplin, in 'hia latest scream, "The Cure." It la different from DiMt of hla com edies In twit he does not throw a pie at i anyone. Hlu antics when"httired In only a bathing suit and a am Ho will surely make yon hold your sides. Monday Lou Tellegan, husband of Goraldlne Farrar, In ,a Para- mount picture, "Th Black Wolf' and the MAGIC South Side TODAY VALESKA SURATT in- "SHE" MONDAY Herbert Rawlinson and Neva Gef ber in . "LIKE WILDFIRE" Tuesday and Wednesday WILLIAM FARKUM In a Fox Super De Luxe Feature "American Methods" Sunday and Mon day Wm. S. Hart , in "The Desert Man" TIESDAT TILL SATBRDAT Mary PICKFORD in . "Poor Liltle Rich Girl" filllllieilllsvaTeaSuuIuaiaaM tfiefrtor MHffffc In "Wolf Lowry" Triangle In 'Tli Millionaire Vagrant" ...Triangle In "Madam Bo Peep" Triangle Jn"The Love of JiiNtlrc" Tlangle In "When a Man Sees Bed" .-Fox In "The 8lren" Fyc In "The Hllent Lie". F : In "The Will the Wisp" Metro in "The Llftedi Veil" v Metro In "lady Barnacle" Metro In "The Stolen Paradise".... World In "Partnership" World ....... in "A Melf Made Widow" World .ln"(lvlng Becky a Chance" Paramount In "The Inner Hhrlne" Paramount ...... .In "A Roailftlt! Impresario" Paramount In "The Little American" Arteraft in "Wild and Woolly" Artcraft ln"Burbary Hheep" Artcraft iu"Th Mysterious Mrs. Terry" Paramount ..In "The Metwage of the Mouse" Vltagraph In "The Lady Nherlff'. .-. Vltagraph In "Blind Man's Luck" Pathe ., ln"A Kentucky ClndereHa"..... Bluebird in"A Flrrs of Rebellion"..... Bluebird In "The Car of Chance" Bluebird In "The Field of Honor".. Butterfly ..In "A Modern Othello" Selsnlck ln"Betty Be ood".. Mutual In "Heirs of Hate".... : Mutual In "The Dan ling Mies Davison"- Mutaul. talanc of the wk will b attraction well worth aeeiiyr. Ithrop Eilith Storey and Antonio Mo reno wilt be the attraction at this theater in their latest fitagraph success. "The Captain of the Gray Horse Troop.' It la a comedy drama produced In the manner that haa made this company famoua. Tha usual Big "V" comedy will also be on the same bill. Special attention Is called by Manager Jen sen to the attraction booked for Tuesday, which la Clara Kimball young In. tha acreen versfon of "Camilla." . Rohlff This theater again opens lta doors to the pu,bllo Wednesday, when, Norma Tal madge will be ahown In tho first auper- ,foature she ever appeared In, "Fanfhea. ' Tne atory is a jtussian one wnicn nu iw uu with the Incidents which befall a girl who Is a coming musician. She Is finally, through a force of circumstances, driven out of Rua rja and cornea to America and marries, re turning again to Russia she Is discovered by a great theatrical producer, who Is to put on nn opera which haa been written by her husband, and he demands a payment for his silence that la misunderstood, by her husband, but he eventually learns the truth and forgives her. This aama picture will be offered again on .Thursday. The offerings for tho balance of the week will be an rounced later. Grand Alice Brady will be the attrac tion at this theater today In her latest World rucceaa, "Darkest Russia," The story tells of a girl violinist and her brother Who have joined h anils with the Nihilists and are seat lo Siberia, where condition -are atso faith fully presented. The usual big "V'-' comedy ir also on the same bill. Monday will be Douglas Fairbanks in "The Lamb," as will a iso Francis X. Bushman and-Beverly Bayne In '"Tho Great, Secret." . Magic (Bo nth Bidet Vejeaka Surrat will told forth at this theater todWy In the screen version of H. Rider Haggard's atory ''sue. Produced on a lavish scale it Is one of the best picture this noted actress haa ever appeared In. Monday Herbert Rawlinson and Neva Gorber tn a Butterfly picture, "X,lke Wildfire." Tuesday and Wednesday William Farnum In another Fox super de luxe Out ure. "American Methods.!' baaed on the famoua novel. "The Ironmaster." A splendid cast , is In his support, which la headed by beautiful Jewell Carmen, Sun Today and Monday, - Nance O'Neill, one of America's foremost tragediennes, ap pears In "The Final Payment," William Fox Dhotonlav. the scenes of which are laid In Sicily. The story is filled with traglo and spectacular moments, and the vllllan In the tnd makes "The Final Fayment" in ex platlon of his crimes.-A good comedy and current events of the world complete the bill. Tuesday and Wednesday Viola Dana returns In a strange atory entitled "God's Law and Man's," adapted from Paul Trent's novel, "A Wife By Purchase." Mlaa lana Dlavs the cart of the young Hindoo maiden, a beautiful young dancing girl chosen for the rites of a heathen temple. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew furnish the comedy end of this program in their latest laugh. titled "Her Lesson." Altogether unusual Is "Maternity," which will be shown on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday with Alice Brady as the star. The story tells of the manner In which a young wife who fears mother hood comes to a realisation that mother-love la the greatest thing In a woman's life. good comedy and educational pictures are on the same bill. Alhambra A big bill Is promised the patrons of nhis tneater today. Constance Talmago will be on the bill in her latest Triangle feature, "Betsy's Burglar." A goodly amount of comedy is sprinkled throughout and the whole production Is well produced. B. K. Lincoln will be on the HEARST-PATHE NEWS Synopsis sf Events Coveretf la Hearst Pathe News, Released Today. Mew York City The Field artillery of New York militia holds maneuvers at Van Cortland park to keep to trim for service abroad. San Franrlaeo, Cal. Work on the 4G,000. 000 He ton-He tchy project to furnish water to this city Is rapidly nearlng completion. Cambridge, Mase.- The Institute of Technology captures the New England Inter collegiate championship fer the first time since 1894. Washington, D. C -Labor leaders from all parts of the country gather In the capital to pledge their hearty support to the gov ernment. New York City Toothbrush drills are a part of dental hygiene campaign h all schools, to teach children to preserve their teeth. San Fraaclfvco, Cel. A flotilla of Japanese warships, wow serving aa training vessels for naval cadets, pays a visit to the Golden Gate. Meat of the Hour Herbert C. Hoover, chosen by the president to regulate the food tjuppiy; he volunteers his services gratis to the country. - The Making of aa Officer at West Point, N. Y. The historic battleground on the Hudson river, which la now a great training station for .United States army officers. Chicago, HI.' Secretary of the treasury, William G. McAdoo. arrives herein his tour to stimulate subscriptions to the liberty loan. Gnrtoon Have you bought your liberty bond? . v OV7E9 may comer and movlea may go, but tha person who reads titles aloud Uvea on forever. Yea, It Is nia. and they are sure some peat. Now cornea forth a local Inventor and has conceived an idea to do away with this ob jectionable feature. Glaaa, of course. Is a nonconductor of sound, ao thla material will be used. A portion of each theater will bo aort of boxed off from the rest of the seats and people reading titles aloud will be pre sented with a card which will read, "Please retire to the reading room." They may talk as loud as they please and people who go to the theater to enjoy the pictures may do so peacefully. It may be called the "silent drama,' but in the average movie show yott will hear more noise than at a circus. A most eurtoua accident nearly out off the. bright careera of Jay Belaaco, Polly Moral, and Hugh Fay on May . The party was driving an automobile -In Hollywood, when the car atruck a live wire, projecting It inta the curb In jig time. The spectators and the occupants of the car were scared, bat no damage was done. Aa Jay reached th sidewalk he remarked, "I don't so mnet mind being drowned, or shot, bat, gee 1 I'd hate to be cooked." ' Ouese who said thla: 'Tit tell you, Mr. Kilowatt, the rain la certainly a good thing, aa It makes the people appreciate the sub more." , Remember the time when you used to apol ogise for going Into a movie? But not so now. We hardly know of a prominent per son In the land who does not now go. Pres ident Wilson himself la a most ardent fan. while McAdoo Is crasy about 'em. Bo are , we. So are you. The other day a patron of the tlrand theater went up to Manager Jules Rach man and said, "Tou know, sir. that I have ' been a patron of this theater for the last two years, and J see a lot of other people that have also, and on behalf of them as well as myself, I ask you, don't you think that you should give us some sort of a special bargain some night?" So Jules says, 'That's sure a crockin' ruM ld, eome to morrow night and Til have a big surprise for you." 80 what do you think he done' He goes down to the film exchange, buy a roll of 25-cent tickets, takes 'em out to the theater and sells them thai night for 10 cents, and from late reports everyone was perfectly satisfied. One of the greatest compliments to the silent drama we have heard for a long time was handed out by 'one of th pa trons of the Muse theater the other nightl Manager (Jhirley was presenting a picture tn which the leading lady portrayed two parts, which Is commonly called double ez pobure. The way it Is done Is probably a mystery to wost devotees, so we will ex pose it Half of the film la exposed at a time, then pieced together and the White space between, filled In by artists. It la a Long tedious process, with the proceedings timed by a atop watch, and requires an enormous waste of film. So perfect have producers become in this art that It often fools the public and this patron In question' on leaving the theater said, "It certainly la wonderful the way .these picture people pick. their cast; riid you notice bow much those two girls Rooked alike?" Some com pliment. ' Tt Is with much jof that we make the announcement that the doctors announce Max kinder much better and Is on the road to recovery and from the looks of things ha will soon be at work again for the Essanay company producing more of his Inimitable comedies. Max, you know, .was a few daya ago at the point of death owing to complications which had set in as the rsult of a bullet wound he received In the French trenches. Manager Thomas of thr" Strand Is much elated over the fact that he haa secure! the services for the summer of Harry 81.-vei-man, leader of the Orpheurn orches tra, to direct the Strand orchestra. Silver man. It will be remembered, led rth Strand orchestra last summer; we won't aay where, but' , we know that about the only place be will lead them this summer will be right tn (he theater. The current publication of the World pic- -tures Brady-made is Alice Brady In "Ma ternity." This is the picture In which Miss Brady lost a bunch of hair and gained a number of contusions In a big fire scene. In a letter just .received by the managers of the Sun theater she nays, "It was more of a 'roast' than any critic ever gave me." We wonder If it 1 a fact that some of the movie actors and actorlnes receive th salary the press agents aay they do? ' If It la ao, why, for mercy'a aake, don't they take a little 35-cent piece and get a. nice hair-cut 7 But In case they don't get that much the barber colleges are still open for business. ' bill In the first chapter of "The Oreat Seal' full of thrilling situations. Monday, Enid, Bennett in a Triangle play, "The Little Brother," Dundee--There will be-no show at this theater today. The attraction on Monday will be Robert Edeson In a Vltagraph fea ture, "Fathers of Men." The Hearst-Pathe News will be on the same bill. Special at tention la called to the offering Friday, when Mary Plckford will be present In one of her superfeatures, "The Pride of the Clan."( . - AlamoIt should be noted that the policy of this popular play house has been changed somewhat and beginning today and for Sun days to come a big feature will be shown. Today a Butterfly picture called "Eternal Love," features Ruth (Clifford and Douglas Gerrard. The story Is replete with situations that will satisfy. Monday Bartina Burkett In "The Forest Nymph," an L-KO comedy and tbe Interesting Animated Weekly. ParkHajry Carter will be the feature attraction at this theater today in a comedy drarfla tn which he Is supported by Pris ed la Dean, "Somebody Lied." Our old friend "Shorty" Hamilton will be on the same bill in another of his featurettes, "Shorty Lands the Master Crook," and an L-Ko comedy, "Crooks and Crocodiles," completes the bill. Monday Jack Mulhall tn "Mr. Dolan of New York." in which he portrayal th role of a prlie-flghtlng hero. Why Danny Didn't Start, Danny Clements was captain of a schooner that plied between New York and .Haver straw. One day his craft was loaded with brink, ready to start for New York, but Danny gave no sight of any intention to get urder way. Instead he-sat on deck smoking a pipe. The owner of tha brickyard, also owner of the schooner, who had reasons for wishing the brick in New York at the earliest possi ble moment, came hurrying on board and demanded to know why Danny dtdn't sail. "There's no wind,' said Danny. si -no winai What's the matter with youT t There's Morgan's schooner under sail sroirm- down the river now." "Yis, Oi've been watchln' hit, but it's no use my gettin' under way.t replied Danny. Rhe's got the wind now, and, to me mind, there aini enough of It for two." New York Times. Drank With Care. A gentleman hannened side hotel to dine the othtr night. The hotel was rather full, so he was given a vacant place at a table already occupied. It did not take him Ion to bmm . quainted, and he chatted away merrily, in spite of the fact that he only drank water. Beaten opposite to rum was an old gentle man' whose face betoken.id him to be a heavy whisky drinker. He appeared to be part feu larlv atruck with th .. drinker," and when opportunity occurred he wntsperea across the table. lou. know,, my doctor sava wati- is tn excellent thing, and I should drink a lot of It." "Then you do?' asked the other. "Oh, yer" said the old 'un. Then, nsr. ously looking around, he added: "In the ntghtt In the nightl" San Francisco News Let ter. V . Real Life. It whs at the movies. An old counle mnt together through a picture that Included many views of the wild west. In one of these a cattle roundup appeared, in which the dust rose la clouds from tile parched ' ground. The old lady began to cough, and ftnallv. when the neighbors ' began to fidget, her nusoana nuagea ner w.tn nis elbow. iJon't cough. Annie: can't you sea nrn'M disturbing the other folks?" His wife looked at htm apologetically over ' her handkerchief, smothering a spasm. "I can't helo it. Enhralm. The dust tlrklou tmm iiroaV' Everybody's Uagailne.