NEW FOR 1910 CHATAUQUAS
Success and How to Dodge It
By one who has successfully done so.
This facetious title encumbers a noisy, new sketch lecture, in characteristic, humorous and satirical vein by
ALTON PACKARD, The Cartoonist
As usual with him, it is illustrated with a multitude of chalk sketches and cartoons, comic, pathetic, beautiful or allegorical, to suit the sentiment of the moment. Speaking of success, Mr. Packard says: In my long and varied career of crime I have known many successful men and women, and many who were wonderfully successful in dodging success. I am no mean dodger, myself, and I have observed that success, like happiness, generally gives us the most real pleasure while we are chasing and dodging it. A man ardently in pursuit of success always reminds me of a dog chasing the wheel of a flying express train—when he gets it he doesn't have much fun with it. In my new lecture I wish to point out the various kinds of success, the spurious brands as well as the real, and while showing how multitudes have spent their lives dodging success I hope to point out some of the general directions in which this unstable and volatile juice called success is most liable to squirt.
Yours for success, if you want it.
PACKARD, THE CARTOONIST
THE REDPATH-SLAYTON LYCEUM BUREAU
BOSTON, NEW YORK, PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS, CHICAGO, CEDAR RAPIDS, DENVER, BUTTE, PORTLAND
Mr. Packard's time-tried Successes
include the following subjects:
—Uncle Sam's Folks
(Given over 1200 times)
(Given over 1000 times)
(Given over 500 times)
—Fun and Fancy in Form and Color
(Given over 100 times)
They are still very popular and always successful. New material is being constantly added to each. The newest songs composed and sung by Mr. Packard this season are:
Jes' Enjoy Yo' Self
The Yaller Dog
Redpath-Slayton Lyceum Bureau.
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