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I FRWAYEVENINO 1 THE EVENING IYA WORLDS HOME iJ MAGAZINE +
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Park Row New Yor1k Entered at the PostOfflo
at New Ycdc 5condCla Mali Matter
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THE THEATRICAL SEASON
I With Daniel Froh man back from abroad nnd Charles
of nctresnea
on tho high seas returning with a cargo
steaunfr and from tho occasional sight
< arriving on every
those signs we know
BVoadway by
rr of a leading man on
ly ended
seemingly only Just
I that the theatrical seivon
Tiring September
1s about to begin again August rehearsals
tember openings
4 What kind of season IJs It to be neurotic or pastoral
p list of attractions
with him the largest
Mr SYohman Is brlnglnri
r tractions be has ever bbd and not until Its contents
are fully made public alfcall we definitely know From
fl list tot Dante and Bardous Sorceress
ltha the
rJ < the presence on
e Cress and from the scheduled reappearance of Every
la liegMmate that an element of
t man the Inference
b mysticism will bo prominent
r Has Mr Frohman anyj problem plays In Iris trunks
II anything at which the crimes mar rage for UK eroticism
and the public Imagine a tvaln thing It Is to be sup
t Ii 1 posed that all the master workmen of the plnyiwrlghtlng
sulld in England have submitted their ware shown
Has Mr
their goods for the managers Inspection
1 another tors Tanqueray or a second
n 1P1ner produced
furniture throwing
be any more
to Iris Will there
What aroMr Jones and Mr Haddon Chambers offering
for our delectation The unpacking ot the managers
F iugjjigo wlll be ofrare Interest
This fall will witness the opening If building opera
ICons have not been too long delayed ot aa many new
i playhouses as tho city could boast all told old and now
Dhe Drury Lane the Hudson tho
to generation ago
n
tLyrttr the New Am erdam thq Lyceum with others
erection of
to Jollowtho
and the Liberty
k like the Royal
of
with tho Increase
temples of tits drama keeps pace
se palatial hotels and apartmenthousea and restaurants
the source of tho audiences
lAnd the wonder geowslmt
that are to fill them
that they will bo filled
But the certalntr Is ttero
t likely as the old to
noel the newest thoatro w1ll be as
Tho public favor does not
bare standing room only
tho Daly or
I to remain faithful to one house as In
seem days It flit from foyer to
Madison Square
it Palmer or Yet with
of change
toyir and rather likes the novelty
ft toyer favorites
all Its fickleness the crow bids true to lu
< J > IDEAS FROM ABROAD
To answer the
M What have we to do with abroad Tothe
frankly A good deal In the matter
J contemptuous query
h S gsttteg suggestions for tho Improvement of our mu
Dlclpal government TrayVa the adoption of for
+ Major Piper who led the
to London to study the police
took a trip
µ elgn processes dent to which hili
Of the
ot that city
ICgulaUOI1ll resultant better
advantaged NoW York by the
vlllit has the public le well
of street traffic by the polie sri
handling Ebstelno vacation trip to
i Major
Next came
r aware establlfmea has been fol
Sta
thus
Berlin and the precedent
exaoerotarr Lamb of
t loped by Commissioner Hawkos Customs Surveyor
K Deputy
11 Municipal Art Society
rtho
Without attempting to exhibit In
mShoP and others
Detail they have Introduced or recom
detail thoinnoTILUoostboy
of European
t mended as a nQ their Investigation resume III prepared to
tabular
mothods the appended or the J1provomenta eug
igive an Idea or the scope
if teested
New resulallons for the bet
i ter handling of vehicular
S1 Deputy Commissioner traffic at congested corner
I In the ad
from
> Piper on returning An improvement
t London Justmont of policemen1
belts
I Minor regulation regarding
street traffic and public ex I
pression of his approval ot
By Deputy Commissioner the manner In which the
c Ebsteln on returning from Excise laws are enforced tn
Berlin Berlin Praise of Berlin
police ohool
SuCjrtsUon for a eta
promenade OQ the new pier
Railroad ot
< of the Central
Hawker
r Commissioner New Jersey A Cop nha
gen and Antwerp Idea
Suggestion In line with his
discovery that German
cities are advancing In attention
Lamb ot
> > W ExSecretary tention to the decoration
the Municipal Art Society parks squares station and
Ger
on his return from
oa subways after a fahlon
many that puts our great cities to
i the blush
Some recommendations for
changts In the methods of
fBy Deputy Customs Bur examining ocean passen
I
veyor Bishop returning gore baggage so that the
t traveller wilt be treated
> from tour of France nnd
4 r Switzerland with more of the courtesy
and decency shown him
abroad
Adding to these Innovations from abroad tho now
c
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jIslea of safety a Paris Idea and remembering our
obligations to Europe In the matter of tho White
> f 1ngswe must frankly confess ourselves greatly In
liW
tt tiebted to the effete monarchies for modern methods in
I municipal government
1 Tic example set by the citys department heads Is
an excellent one Could It not be Imitated with advan
tage by our judges In learning how the British adminis
ter Justice with such expedition and Impartiality Would
ft It not be a great gain for the public to have tne pawn
hOPS itho banks of the poor under government con
trol as In Europe Are there not many other foreign
n motions In government awaiting the Inspection of the
I 1 tvlclting official from America 7
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AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS
The automobile In which Mrs Adelaide Hawley was I
k Jtllled bad guaranteed speed of ft mile a minute At
R ftM time of the accident the chauffeur bad Mowed
down to about twenty miles an hour That Is to say
lie was proceeding along a welltravelled boulevard at a
i rate ot speed approaching that of some suburban trains
d Qln fca amateur engineer driving his private loco
iI f otivealong under such conditions Is greater wonder
t lee felt that an accident happen or that It Is avoided
iWb chauffeurs are accorded all the praise Justly
them for the skill and Intelligence with which they
cT
l their ponderous touring cars and the precautions
Irv take to avoid mishaps there remains an an ever
l danger the liability to loss ot control or of fall
4t eye oT hand to net In the moment emergency
j deneut of human fallibility which Is held ac
Crfor > o many apparently inexplicable railway
rsitlftlt ja larger aeftsuro with the chauffeur
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TOLD f1 OUT
NEW YORKERS
rxsiiEiuFF Toai DUNN at
I the nocratlc Club a Ton ven
A tree ago told this tory of the
bll Ioll 0 lunllce UuKy Duffy while
taping an uvHlale Jill raw n irl oiier
wlv liud ii iat In liln romp lon the
MimHlrilc mlJ Ah y 011 have n pet
1 sr Vo salt thn convict i feeild
him avery day 1 thinks more of Hint
nit limn any other llvlntf creature
That inovci said Duffy sentimental
ly Unit In every mn tliereu some
Hood ImpuUo It you can only find It
low cams Sal to take such a fancy to
the rat C01 hn bit tho warden
slid the convict clirerfiilly
James HHMII Hyde VlceIVoildent and
clilef stockholder In n New York life
insurance Society Is slid to tie slaved
for the pcfllllon of Ambassador to
France Mi llydo has devoted a great
deal of time to training ihlmseU for the
pUce named Ills warmest friend
abroad Is President lyoubot and he la
perhaps better known among Parisians
than any other American
Charles Steckler no recently visiting
A friend whose children are very fond
of him Ills hosts little daughter was
sIttIng on his knee She Aid a little
brother whom she regarded with won
der
I known man said Steckler who
would glv a whole xoomful of cold for
your little brother Will you sell him
The child shook tier head
But otsld Stockier think of how
many n co thing a roomful of gold
would buy Dont you think that you
ted better let the man have him
No annworcd the girl thoughtfully
Ill keep prim till hes older hell be
worth more < then
thenS
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Big Jim Kennedy won In PlttrfburR
durlne the rec nt 15pworth League con
vention there rdlllnc into conversation
with a boy who wore a ribbon which
Kennedy thought wa the E worth
emblem the bg follow asked
Do you root for the Epworth
LeagueT
EJpworth notiiinl retorted the
youngster Do National ter mine
Park Commlsiloners Wlllcoz Eustls
and Young have cone abroad to learn
how parka are mode beautiful In Eu
rope In Greater New York there are
according to the commlsntonera 086257
acres of parks with the Bronx having
the moat extensive system no less than
JSGOiDO acre In Manhattan are 1415
203 acres and In Brooklyn 1026875 while
Queens has CSOSU and Hlohmond 2740
There are about 60 miles of parkwaya
streets and avenue under the jurisdic
tion of the Park Department of New
York Most remarkable fact of ell
Prospect Park In Brooklyn the largest
ot the cultivated pleasure ground bu
not one Keep oft the grass sign
Lawrer Aim Levy taa a friend who
during his day of prosperity never
evinced any espeoUl ability The man
suddenly lo > thls fortun and wo forced
to work for a living He at once de
veloped remarkable business keenness
I never knew I had any cmutnsss
till I went broke be said the other day
to Levy
No assented the little lawyer A
lot of men are like razor No one
know how sharp either can become
until thojr strapped
LETTERS
QUESTIONS
ANSWERS
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Where Doe the Ilnn Come Front
To tb Editor ot The Bnnlof wales
Can any reader tell what la the origin
of the expression He has a bun on
referring to an Intoxicated man
JAOOQRA
The Coin rule Again
To tae Editor of The rlIlac World
I am not satisfied with C T LV
answer to P A Bs query In refer
ence to the tossed coin Tho oar belng
an open or a closed one would make no
difference with the principle Involved
If the coin I tossed up by one riding j
In an open car It will still fall nearly
tf not quite Into the hand that tossed
It The answer Sa this The car the
tofjtr and the coin are all travelling
sixty miles an hour The coin has the
same motion horizontally as the ear
and will keep that motion unless pre
vented by some outside force or re
sistance
The totser gives an Impale to the
coin which acting alone would fend
It perpendicularly to the roof of the
car That Is It the car was standing
still As the cur and coin are moving
horizontally the coin must move In a i
direction which L the resultant of the
two forces acting upon U at the same
time Consequently the coin does not
move either horizontally or perpen
dicularly but rises and foils In oblique
lines J D C
Clyde Pitch
To the rdlUr of Thi Ertnlns Wont
Who dramatized Sipho for Ols
Ncthersole S M
ninck and White Arc Sot Color
To tin Editor of Th Krioloe World
Are black and white colors C O
A now with a Conductor
To the JVUtor ol Tin Erinlnt World I
I jumped on a car of the Brooklyn U
T Immediately the conductor rang up
the fare and before 1 was fairly seated
look up my transfer moment later t
turned to the conductor and asked him
If the car was going toward a certain
Street Ho replied No You are go
ing In tho wrong direction I then ie
quested the return of my fare which he
peremptorily refused on the plea that
It was rung up Taking tills us a clear
case of Imposition I protested earnestly
0119 word led to another and we had
quite an anxiy dlacusalon he trying to
Intimidate mo by calling a policeman to
urrrat me Finally when I attempted
to get on his car again he refused with
angry threats to allow me to board
A U U >
Hun from No lad Va liluaton
Ilocr 1Veslward to Aorth lllvor
To thi editor of Tho Grinlnz World
A isiys that Barrow street Now Tork
commences at West Fourth street and
ends nt West lreetJJ Siys It com
m Ice at Greenwich avenue and ends
at West street Which Is right
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tumbled Their object wa > to afford people security from vehicles bat eonntless seraped shins attested their qualities as pitfall
From those sombre grindstone highlands meant to serve as safety islands
i Sounded crashings and wild smashings and the raucous hurry call
f While with language far from proper worthy people came a cropper k
1 And the good old Summer time beheld full many an early Fall
NO WAY OF PROVING IT I TIMELY ADVICE I WELL PLEASED FOOL QUESTIONs
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Clarence So you refute met
V Husband That youngest child
i Stranger oujppoio the fish Well Jm oolno right straight off
of Blanks talk all tho time
You last mistress
> you catch yourself taste better to hang myself LadyVou say your
Wife Indeed la It a boy or a
told that she was
> than any others ClaraNow dont you go and tress you
hammock cause Its pleased with you girl
FlBhloIgh Well ordont use my rope
i this Yes mum She was Husband Oh fudge Didnt I
V know I never havo caught any i tho third Ive had to buy AppllcantVea
yet aeason real pleased when I left Just say It talks all the timer 0
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IMOIVIB FUN ron THE YOUNG rL Se
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CONUNDRUMS
Why Sa a bones stall larger when
he Is In than when he Is out There
an four feet added to It
EecJi WreOi and maple all begin
with Awl
Why II a naughty boy like a postage
stamp One you lick with a stick the
other you etlck milk a lick
WhAt are girl hired In a watch fac
tory for To make faces
What has only one foot A stocking
How many black beans will It take
to make five white oneT Five If they
ore peeled
Why la spring a dangefou season T
Because the trees shoot the flower
have pistils and the bull rush Is out
bullruaht out
Constantinople Is a very hard word
can you pronounce ItT AnswerIt
Twenty sheep upon a gap twenty
more on top of that six rod seven
twice eleven three and two how much
Is that Answer Five
Wliloh U he ellpperest tree to climb
The slippery elm
BUTTER
BUTTER SCOTCH
Three cupfuls of white
sugar half a
teaspoonful of cream tartar a teaspoon
ful of butter and eight drops of extract
of lemon Boll without stirring till It
will snap and break Just before tak
ing from the fire add a quarter of a
teaspoonful soda pour Intp well but
tered biscuit tins q quarter of an Inch
thick Jark out Into Inch square when I
partly cold
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Jokes of the Day
HIS BRIGHT THOUGHT
They stood In the darkness hand In
band looking out Into the night
Dearest said the sadly what does
It make you think as you look out Into
illimitable space
Why you know said he emlllns
thoughtfully down at her I always
think that with so much space there
ousJit to be room enough for every
body Minneapolis Journal
DEFINED
What d your Idea of a popular
tile
tuaeA
A popular tune slid the man who
takes music leriously la one that get
to be universally AlsMked = Washing
ton Star
StarNARROWLY
NARROWLY ESCAPED
There haint no use in yor tellln me
youre one o them Kansas sufferers
grunted old Knutt
Wall I would a been et I hadnt lit
out o Kansas mighty suddlnt said
Baton Jogalong the newcomer They
was aboutto run me In fur a ftarveat
hand Chicago Tribune
NOT FOR HIM
You think you can win the case
said the client inquiringly
Oh Im sure of it answered the
lawyer
And get damages for md
Not for you corrected the honest
lawyer Ill set damage all right but
by tbllmQ I get them theyll be due
me for services rendered Chicago
Post
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THE WINNING OF A BET
And How n Gcnerona Gotham Public Helped
Along the Good Work
r was a now null
IT lint It was a quiet suit At least Spore raid It was a
quiet suit JIo had bought it lie ought < o have known
McHwatt worked at the next desk He raid It was not a
quiet suit lie said It Tons a noisy blatant suit A suit suck
as sporty men sear Co dog Tights I
And word ril7eil wozzlly between Spogg desk and Mc
8waits desk
And at last money nas unshed Deal money Five dollar
of It a stile 11 mcroblc paper bills And that Is what la
called a bet
For SpogK let t3 ha could walk down Park now from City
Hall to Fulton street unit back up Nassau etreet without
his nice quiet suit causing any pedestrian to paue and gaze
And from that McSwntt should know It wan a nice quiet
cult And the rr should be SPOKES All Ions I
And McSwatt said that the multitude would regard that
suit aa of greater Interest than their dally toll And that
they would stop and emulate the rubber foundry And that
the J5 should etl forward thu McSwatt bank account
And each put up 13 And Spoffs started on his walk And I
McSwatt went along to eee fair play And eighteen other In
diutrkuts men stole half an hour of their good kind em
ployers time and went along too
And by the time Spogg had walked two block 347U
people had hung tnelr chins on the sternposts of their
shoulders And hazed backward at that suit And grinned
And of the 12S73WS speeches that were made here ole one
or two least worth remembering c
Paid for yet 7
Its lucky trolley cars dont shy
Whatever It cost you lose
Nice new suit Uuwj you was out of town when It was
fitted
fitterSounded like a subway explosion when I was a block off
Well well neli All the clothes thats nt to wear
And other rude speeches And at the end of three blocks
Bpogg was skipping about loerlly And he gasped
I lose
And he paid And he went home In a cab With the
blinds pulled down
And when he got home he took oft the coat And across
the back of It was pinned a neat sign And on the sign c
were words And the words were
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I PLEASE HELP ME TO WIN A BET BY SAYING >
I SO11ETHINO PLEASANT ABOUT MY NEW SUIT S
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BOYS PLEASE DONT
Pronounce a girl slow just because she la not a hoyden
Howl about tho way you arc treated when a girl leaves you
In the lurch
Forget that a girls hand Is easily hurt when you take hold
of it r
Talk In a boastful way of your roughhouse doings
Imagine that you must always appear as n comedian
Sneer at a woman when she points out the mistake you
are making says the Philadelphia Bulletin
Show a spirit of Independence that partakes of Impudence
Imagine It makes you appear Important to boost of en
gaging In sharp practice
Throw away eu opportunity of doing a good turn for a
friend
Assume the supercilious smile of a man who knows it an
LEO XIII
pale hard and frail of a great spirit 1
THE peacefully In the Vatican
The sympathetic heart that throbbed for joy
When God showered blessings on the notions
And that writhed In pain When catastrophes
Crept oer the people Is forever stilled
The dark grim vault of death may lock Its jaws
And hide from mortal view his Render smile
The benedlctlonclvlng arm may soon
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Resolve Itself to dust from whence It came
The great mind may no more flash decisions
To subtle awestruck diplomats ot earth
But the Pontiff lives In the hearts of men
And still sways In a ponderous silence
No human comet ever shot through life
And lefta purer brlghttr trail than he
Ills perihelion reached unto God
His long life was as a perpetual
Sunbeam flickering mote of Ocd1I1l dccdc
Ohl Kings and Emperors and you who blaze
Your gifts to suffering humanity
Oer all the world bethink ye ot this man
Whose thousand umrecordel charities
If placed beside your bauble lamps would quench
Their flames as rain upon the bunting pine 6
The sweetest noto of his grand symphony
That pulsed around the world to lowly men
And great will echo Credo I bnlleve
Great Gibraltar of liberality I
Disciple of religious harmony I
Fond Intercessor for the Infldelt
Thy favored nation mourns thy spirits flight
Intercede we pray with Him who called thee
That we may hear when judgment comes to us
The loved benediction that He gave to
Thee Well done thou good and faithful servant
WILLIAM LAWTON CURTIN
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Children Next Morgan jr score
pedeetallc hit
Hell papas hardworked namesake eon
Dears If we only had his mon
Would > wo bavo worked as he has done
Or would we Just have wads of un
And hustle not a bit
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