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i rUiEl THE ett EVENING WORLDS e HOME i MAGAZINE I
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Park Bow New York Entered at th 1oitOfflc
at New York at SicondCliu Mall Matter
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VOLUME 40 NO 10782
The Evening World First
Number of columns of adratning in
The Evening World during the
I fintmae months 1904 10G52K
fNuabcr of columns of aoVertiiing in
The Evening World during the
mtzemoothsI9O3Sj2SS3
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r I Increase 2367
J N4 other n 4iy paper nonai 01 moiog ia New York
4 I EVER carried b nfdar xfidooi n DIM Mawcu re menlJu
I each a reltaoa of display idrertiaMM the Ettaing World
timed defei the Lid DM month 1904
IN THREE YEARS THE EVENING WORLD HAS
MOVED TO THE FIRST PLACE
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FERRYBOATS AND SAFETY
The Beatifying feature ot the East RIver collision was
I the coolness and builneullke attention to duty of all
offldilly concerned From tbo captain of the City of
Lowell down to the deckhands of the ferryboat every
employee tecma to have done In the emergency what ha
p wai culled on to do and In a line and commonsense
L war There wu no panic ainonc the passengers The
E IKepreierverf seen floating on the surface of the water
F where the Columbia went down bore mute testimony to
p an Inspection which had Inspected The entire absence
of anything suggesting a scandal of Incoropetency will
be noted with relief I
But consideration of coolbradedneu and human effi
ciency will not obscure the fact that the Columbia waj
t an old boat which should long ago have been replaced
by one ot modern type and that when she was cut Into
by a venel proceeding under reduced headway her ribs
and plan lnr crumpled like a pasteboard box Nor
will It escape notice that the tonsil cargo of paasengen
greatly reduced the conditions of danger With the I
crowd of the later rush hour on board neither the
hawsers of the City of Lowell nor the boats complement
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ment of lifepreservers would have availed to prevent I
Ion of life
In view of what might have happened fate dealt lent
rntly with the Columbia Hut Is the tenon to be lost on
the East River ferry companies because there wcro no
JitalltlM to emphasize 111 Are boats of obsolete con
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itructlon to bo continued In service through a falsa
policy of economy which may any day prove most coatly
Pafety Is as much a right of the passfnger on this
East River as on the North and the unsinkable boat of
substantial construction an much a need for traffic on
oni river na on the other The superior beats ot tho
North River linea have wtabllihod a standard to which
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their selfIMerett as well as the public safety denmdi
that tho East River companies should conform I
Third for KnoirlFilwr mill Crime The Jiartdon itrret
boy who committed a ierlei of forgeries In net an educa
tion wlU learn ai 1M fruit of btttrr experience Hint u
moral tome It u more valuable possmlon Imn Greek
In the ere if tho luw he It no cia guilty than U hli crime i
had been Inillgiteil ly a deilre to play the racri Yet
hit excuie 11 tuit extenuatel bla offense 10 the point jf
maWnu him an object of lympathy Home boy who be I
came treat men sohrll the hard problem by living IIn
bread and water und burning the midnight camle
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SUBWAY ART I
i The fine art of Subway advertising sceins to ho In a
bad way The RapldTrinslt Commission has now
Joined the alliance of Its foes and has ordered tho Inter
borough RapidTransit Company to stop placing ad
Ttrtlslng signs In tho Subway stations
Alas How can we ever hope to become a com
munity of culture end refinement when art Is thus I
Btranclod at Its birth I
The poster advcrUsers were rapidly uplifting MB
from vandalism to aeithetlclsm They were educating
our sense of form and color till we could thrill with
the subtle beauties of a carmine corset upon a purple
J background could palpitate with Joy at the chiaroscuro
of an ultramarine whiskey bottle against a gamboge I
unset could almost faint with ecstasy at the composi
4 tion of lllrc lingerie amid a soagrecn cloud effect
rJ Aro beauteous works of art like these never to cast I
their lambent lustre from Subway walls Are we never
more to be carried between two panoramas of gorgcoiu
glory Are we to he deprived of our chisto Joy In th aol
S fair visions bv the professional Jealousy of a Municipal
Att Society and the Philistinism of a Rapid Translt
Commission 1 I
Alasl It seem as though In our Subway wo shall
have to lone the now and higher art which finds expros
lion In corsets and whiskeys and patent medlclnej aol I
content ourselves with crude white tiles and simple
frescoes I
It will be a sad blow to lovers of jubterranmn pictur I i
es
Till Illitorlrnl 5oelt7SiV HomeThe murs of the
general public In the hounlng of the Hlitorlcal Society In
I a new home In Central lark Vet lies In the fact that
I another itorehouie of art anti literary tremure will be
available for popular use In the prwnt Inconvenient
home ct the society In B conJ avenue these treasure
have been difficult of eec The new ilructur will
llkewlie form an acceptable addition to the long vista of
I Impolitic building which It makIng of Central Park
Well one of the moat noublt avenues in the cltj archl
tecturtlly
T THE SLAUGHTER AT PORT ARTHUR
If the Japanese have lost 75000 or even 40000 lives
In the assaults ou Port Arthur at li variously estimated
W they hare furnished the strongest puMlble argument
for the abolition of war Acceptlne the larger fiKiirn a
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readier conception of the tremendous surlfiro of life
i iHTohed ran be got by Imagining the entire regular
army of the UnJttd tates and UOuO volunteers In ail
4klon wiped out In a single campaign of a few muuth
f uratlon It Tfiprwents almost tel times our losses III
I tile Mexican War Jt far exceeds the mortality of what
b c hitherto Wlln the worlds bloodiest battles
According to Atulhalla computation the worlds
I 5M in war from 1793 to 1SSO amounted to 4 < 700 < 0 IU ei
L4 I been n terrible tax on national progress for the
r tr of princes Yet In the dreadful record of
I sacrifice there Is no entry comparable In awful
> whh thin slaughter In the Rtuslan fortlflcatloni
M kdtd that wry nation with a war on its
s4auld wear mourning until tho conclusion of
OR T sa this obligation now rests In a double
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I Love of the i
I MiddleAged
I By Nixola GreeleySmlth
I I conns
A 8PONDENT
Li of The <
E vllnln g <
World takes
I exception to
corns remark
which recently
J 1 appeared In
thli column on I
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the marrlati
of mUdleiged
worn en to
z
J young men <
now many
ImljJIe > aged
1 bachelor and i
Jwldoweri In <
loclely e li e
Nixola GreeleySmlth write marry
young girls
Ifuit not then young women have
Mrallif1 thflr elderly lovrr personal t
HIM or conM It have tern that to
onul mentality charmed their youthful
fancies1 Then why should not he au
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pfrlor mind of n middleage woman
harm a jonnj man Into overlooking I I
lipr wrinkles ant avoirdupois I
Hiilly do you think It Is the belt
Imo that lute only youthful beauty
It iiipenri to mil tu be poor stuff In 1 I
de < xl nml that when a nv
nan or woman
cnn look further than trie mere thall I
and can ieo In the cultivated mind or I 4
taking manner the warm heart ur sweet I
Ulipultlon of the middleaged more to
admire than mere brMdandbutlw
iKjiiiy It Li a proof not of mania but
of amity J
This li nil very well Hut why should
It be taken for grimtrl
thit the middle
Ul woman hiu a superior mind fle I
M I heiuty goes it doeint fallow that
hllom rflllc It A feet unlv rially
eomnientJ on by tlueator the world
0101 II lull In extreme > 0uth girl u I
hlllit SUNllor mental cwiMclly to boy 14
inr nVV saip nifc > lut thut Hilt auperl <
frIt V is not rm3nnl that their mind
1111111 a crrlIr tree of ciilllvflllon I <
AIII
thol 1111110 nr cyco rUmlrasIl
111 Hr1 ore nllIleI iieil womeii with
IlIlllrlr Dll1111 but Iiia > uverlorU > wu
a IllUni theirs Hi thirty IIP It U It
IIfh We tralll In polio anti liability <
a wo tw cllll > alll It mAY bt that 1
tur chAractera
Improve with lire <
I hQIg even thtt li ihuiiful Far who
I nut Known n young enthtula <
gT14jo b sfnrd Ijy Age into n jraipmg <
tpttrc rnffact mother of miirrliffabVe I <
f ilIheri upon whom iho lni < rMJ i
tile IOIOllnlur of A tlcli huibonl ta the
untile July of woman Tlfn we IM her
OM anil forn l fitt in
fitt1 n hr pftty f < < ri
Mth a little hat of mil fftly crMfMnr1
down a J uiht ri heart I
Ifoaevrr no which may bring thli
iimhcflnfT blight to the l1w brinf sin
ilment In th < > iulfii f the young
WllnUIl Ihll1hl 18 flOt IVllhollt a I
Inlir err cl Oil roan hut men rally
fffm to Ilrto youthfulness
ot soul
longor tlllll IYlIIfl1
Klrl Oof III nfl shrink from the idet ot n
Kin < lr twtq1 mnrryloe a man of forty
aim wo dD frmn tint of
a wcun or forty
taking i hiilund half her are Thero
may not ri ilIy be any dlffewnc hut 4
the world unlvertilly atlmlt > w Ihlt
It rlnllv tlont mutter whether II u
Ills or tot
LET ME TAKE
ITHI > OFP YOU
STUPID KID J
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Mary Jane Spoils One of Papas Best Stories < 1
b JI J4 She and Kickumj Are Certainly No Help to Anybody Spinning a Yarn When Theyre Around
A JI GHKILLlflG PqEwyo1u s 6 s JA the Vanek t t d LOVE 6 J4
a 1WMAfiCE b 4 are 5 Diamond J a MYSI5ERY AMISE1ISGOLD J4 JI JI
sroine or pnDOEDixo CKVPTGIU
1sJlln Unto fmtlr an M nutr
lv h1 1 kiwim IS Jrat itsaIlra li nlotarsC
li hj rlck rr i ottlo ft l mi Obi <
ortun la Mittlln wh li fOCId to lUrk
ohi Fn1ii A wWJer Amoll Jima
k n 5 pai It a Offlef
Hh wTuvwrt liTxvfl a raM In the Vu
ck < Uv < < N > ui Ifn rIIOII and a mm
011 riuvnUn a J mra llacMunt t OITOT
fVftn > of hr ftihtr Hh U lltoIWII to
aunt f > r thHr omriistth rsnct t i
SfLl day lUttiUM Intruhicn MniMt to
ht In 1M > nM
from Ibo clpir ll Jilln Itirrwi hut lIor
father hu iifKUl rut wMllh In the torn
I or jwI it in < t mtti In vtrViui pom ot
hu Vtrlrk aired room the flniJi Ibo UM
Urt thtrt utJ u crtlnt with It whin a
knock it the front door hacks Mr
CHAPTER IX
An Ominous Interview
I A Strange Love Loiter
A IlohlVp in n
Cub and n Street Fight
jrVDKIINK now fully rallied the
MlIIISt her ooMtlon
1VJL The burglars and murderers
nlm had before rifled lIt place might
rrluni at AnY moment
The knocklnc ot the front door re
I luimded again through Uie illent houie
I The lrl MV she had no other mean
of ciU and reiolved to put a bold front
on the mutter
I Bh went downstairs quickie curry
Inc tier nrecloui burden with her and
1 threw the front door wide qDn To
I her relief Mr Blote stood alone It the
I threihold
Would you mind my staying her
l now to pu things to rtgHti Ulu Beat
lerr I
I Id nthtr hays yoa da U 4qrro wt
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flVrRTEtfl
YOU ASotJrTi
TIME YOROTRINLAW
WENT TO THE
THBATER IN jA
LONDON TELL M
5TORY
AND SA1
THERE vAS
1 ANOTHER ftLLOW UP
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I answered Jluelln
p And I tell you now returned the
olher Ihl I mean to take po ueilion
Ibis mlnuti
ha speakIng she passed Into the house
lIfeline hit relieved thAt 1M trying
Interview wu at an end
Of courM I cant prevent you SitS
lAldi but If your conduct makes mi
chant my mind about letting you
have the houSe dorit be surprIsed
Mrs bit laughed aloud
Dont lt that worry you she criia
I Im hire now Snd her I mean to
Stay 19 laying the slammed the door
In Uad lln i faa and ran Upatalrl
Madilln Bintltr liurrltd away from
the clne tad aearctly dared draw C
long breath until SitS bad locked herself
safely In her owft room In the Eaat
TwiniyMvinth Street houn
First site took Dill tbe old bllllrrP
Ilflrt Inc Inkstand and washed U out
very cirofullv In the china cup ahe
fun1 nattiln but In the Intvrlor of tlit
Org Sino well Ihe could fetl A number
I inc Ilmci of varlaua sizes embed
ilM in i ie cuAKuUled Ink at the bottom
Sue molit ne4 the wliolo of Ihll with
Cirm water Mm when she hal washed
It all out and hid free 4 the little lumoi
fran the Ink with which ther were
I t nilv cvtM they turned out to be a
nrrmiHr r I ex19edIrtrly nne ant b autl
lul i mTlt there were t veu of thiil
all and even MdiUlln who knew little
nr npthinc of the ralue of the nreclope
1 ClOneS Ju1fl by their 11t and brll
i Ionee that they mUll be worth a large
urn of money
HIM otxneo next Ui tin can Ii was
about an Loch In UrlkMM rr a Mtte
less and some sIx or elfht Inches In
l njth by tour or flee In Width It WM
ful of ion frf Jllt < nt ill d1a
raono end HnntllI all ptacrt care
fully Mtwftn lAVtr at wash leather
Ba took some < rf them nut of the box
and raH 1 at them eloMJr aDd aAnlr
tnily
I UTilU she wai tdmlrln them la this
way 101M one rUle at tna front door
and before she went to ate wtio U WM
I she put all tJIe alorvM away and tM the
ibM nM abs locked the door at bar
fOtU sMwst tt the mat ttot
B 111 HIt
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to l o It
iouw pretty clever arent you
nred the nonvw who had tken
drlnklnr < a icon u she uw Madeline
1erhaea a little too clever
Mil Slate held out a mill emerald In
the palm of her hand u she spoke
1 nippoie you dropped It while you
wire umaAhlnc the old wrltlnc desk
eht Ha you know now dont you
she cried seeing thi gIrl tart at her
words
Madeline recovered henejf quickly
do sue repeated to or I will
call the police
The woman titillated looked threat I
taint and finally left I
What was to be dune with the stones I
After a moments thought the girl
hit on a courae of action
Bhi knew the horn wddreia of Mr
Hanbury manager of the bank fihe
knew too that he probably had a bur
l mats In Mi own home
The jewsis would be secure If the
could entry them to him
Tite bank manager lived In West
Seventyieconit street near the river
Dlipailni the Jewell and papers In
various parti of her dress inj list ana
ttltchint them In place site made rtajy
to tan
ilichanlcally the picked up her imall
hand batnow emptyend left the
i house
then with Itt face she hurried to
ITwcntythlrd itttet and hailing a yel
tow car boarded It
Shortly attic the tk her seat In the
I westbound car a man not In and alt
tiM down opposite her seemed covertly
watching tier Looking suddenly SCroll
I at Mm MAdtlln iw his eyes rtvited
1 6n her hand bar She took a ogftl look
i at 111e man
t After a time the taw It WM the ex
I pnillon of the email eloeely Itt eyes
Though the man was wurlni a Minted
beard and mustache ahe thought she
I could recornli James lUthbone and
tbla Idea frightened her beyond meta
I ur X fen minute later all doubt wu re
moved The atruinr leaned forward
and ipok to her Ue bad A atronf for
land a WtU It
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WELL ITTh
BROTHERINLAW
BOUGHT A SEA S
DOWN IN THr
ORCHESTRA
rWeNTY
yoo KNOW MV
BROTHfRIN LAW I
I i BAUDHCAOED
DARK
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A i ALL
DOLLAR
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I tone of his vclca Ha said
ParJua me but can you tell me It
thIs car crosses Eighth avenue
Yes nhe replied fllt U three
bocks further on
She left ahe cur hfiltn a cab and
gave the driver an address
Drive faitl ahe called
Scarcely however had It started when
the door was quickly opened and aa
quickly cloud behind a man vhn
sprang Into the vehicle by the aide of
the Mnrtled girl
It was the man she had wen In the
ur IInl before she could call out ba
had drawn a rulver and hM II
against hr hlllld
if will pwl not to cry out If you
I 71 taka thaI rlitol away and tier tips
and rolce trembljd aa ahe said the
word
wordYou
I You little devil growled the man
anfrtly I will bars them It I die for
It Give them up I say and aa he
poke ha laid his hand on the hag
In on InMjnt the girt laW how the
mlrht dwerve him
I will neyrr KV them up she cried
and ditched the UK with treat ap
p urnc of resolution
ulvw them her growled the man
or bv Ill make you
Then > i the Mb drove rapidly through
tno misty nfrret a short sharp etrui
rle took Disco between the two for the
po Hulon of the empty bar whlni Jtid
dine only retailed after 41 much re
el ti < ice ai ohe thounu would convince
the man the was rtrugnllni In earnest
ia prevent his retUnt IU When al
length she let hhn take It the uttered
a low monitor cry ai It of anguish
and ifink buck In trw cab covctliiK her
fact with both her hands ai though
atie were overeoca with grttt
She watched him betwen her finger
and laW Dim try to open the bag
Fortunately It was locked and aa the
cab was now In a busy part of the
street where its proareaa was slow and
people might be eailly attracted by any
tlarna of dliturbenes bt did not top
to fotX4 away the fastenings of the
bar but epcnlnt the door ot tb4 cab
Oti tba rtiht ld avrmac out a l H
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I Looking back through the rear win
dow she lAW another cab atop for an
instant as If to admit tome passenger
i and hen rattle on No direction had
been given and If aa she thought It
i was Ilathbone who entered the cab hli
I accomplices wire alccadv In It The
driver himself was probably one of
I them
The chase continued until they
reached Seventysecond street Made
line knew why the other cab followed
Her trick had evidently been discovered
and Ilathbone was following In hopei
of another chance at the gems
The rtrti cab turned the Seventy
tecond street corner sharply There
was a crunching sound a shout from
the driver and Madeline was thrown
violently Into one corner
I Recovering herself the jumped out
The left front wheel had corn off and
Urn cab was heloleaily erlODled
Without waiting to examine or ask
niieillifxi Madeline ran down Seventy
1 second street toward Mr Hanburva
I house
dhe had sons scarcely twenty yards
1owAtr when some one cam tin br
tier ride silently and swiftly and
ached her by the wrist
I It wts the man Hathbon
Vrjii dont trick me aaln he said In
a thick gruff voice Just com with
mel
I mel rlo cried Madeline dancing
around In all direction < HelD tjtlp t
I Hullo whati thin cried Iwo or
turn IHMI who cams round In a
moment To Madeline dismay they
I tmf < l tn rjconnliK Rathbone and after
he had mitt a few worth tn thtm they
cliieil round hInt Roil Mndellne and be
ran tn talk and Much loudly In order
to drown Madellnei cries
I If YOU are men YOU will help me
cried the girl ilruayllrur violently with
nMhbone who hem her ai In a vise
iThe men laumtJ In r conie to the A p o
oeal and they all been to move away
I 10Ilelhr
I ThIs fiction made Madeline thoroughly
deeotrwe and with a vicousjab of her
lat tin he n > cce ded In breaklnK away
I from tilt man who TieLS twr and dashed
lit a radd tao intba direction of Mr
I Hanbunrf houje Tba men followi aso4
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August Belmont and Thoso
Much Discussed Subway Signs
Y SEE said the Cigar store Man that ooi < l
I I I people are kicking against advertising sign
X on tho Subway stations
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Where do they start tho kick from asked
Tho Man Higher Up Do they think that Mr August
Belmont Is running the Subway for tho pleasure of rid
Ing through It on hla private car TLo people hv i
nothing to do with the Subway beyond coughing up 4
nickel a brow for tho privilege of going to Ilarleni In
fifteen minutes It Is Mr Belmonts Subway
Of course tho money of the pcoplo built It but th
people havent got senso enough to pick out a man or r
bunch of men who might know how to run It Mr BaLe
I
mont says so himself
Mr Delmont cays and ho Is backed up by that emt +
lent authority on civic affairs Mr George L Rives i
I that talk of public ownership Is undigested It Is all N
I right these gentlemen assure the people for the peopli
I to build a subway but when It comes down to pulling
oft tho profits resulting from Its operation tho peopla
mustnt declare themselves In
Of course wo run our own water supply That lit
the reason why tho Croton aqueduct tnt a panorama
of advertising signs and why the fire plugs of the clty V
are not covered with snipes Wo run our own Fire Deij
partment It private enterprise had It wo would it4
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signs on tho fire engines reading Follow tho Englna to
Hausbumers
Coming down to the Subway again It seems to mv
that wo are too pcovlah about It It appears from thai
testimony of Teals the expert that Instead of getting
18karat electricity tho Subway people are handing oat1
Ukarat Everybody Is kicking about tho posts Whafi If
do they expert to hold up the roof Tho real reason
why the posts were put In the Subway however was to
prevent peoplo from looking out tho windows unden
pain of accumulating headaches thus forcing thorn to
concentrate their attention upon the neat and odlfylnet r J
advertising matter tacked up along tho roofs of thin
cars
rUBIve heard peoplo say remarked tho Cigar Stora
Man that tho elated tile stations reminded them of thY
Interior of an uptodate fish market
Whrrher suckers are edible flsh or not replied Th f
Man Higher Up the comparison looks to bo extremely1
apt I
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The FUdge Idlolorial f
The iUle1
Why Express Trains on
ment hu been
Subway Are Often Late made that some
Evening Fudge Explains How They of the Subway > l
Could Be Run on Schedule Time txpreJitralni1
Ccprrot 1004 br the Planet Pub Co do not
run on
ichehule time
and TilE EVENING FUDGE has been publishing dally
charts showing HOW MUCH SOONER a walkyed mulo
can reach the boneyard thin a Subway txpreu train can
reach Hobokem r
There Is a remedy for this ilowntii THE EVENING <
FUDGd li htre to how TIlE COMMON PEOPLE how Iti
may be accomplished Twentyflve reporters armed with I
the beet itopwatchei they could painlessly purloin frond
fellowpuiengefi have been timing the Subway rjc >
preiili and hive made the following REMARKABLE
DISCOVERYi
ONE of lIe CHIEF reuom why expreu hams do not
keep up with thelrichedulu Is became they STOP at vail
oui stations and let paiiengen on and off TillS MUST
BE STOPPED The Subway exprtwi bought with the
COMMON PEOPLES money SHALL run on time To do
this they shall henceforth slop at NO itatloni Paiitngcn
will NOT be allowed to board inlni al Brooklyn Bridge
and the first stop will hOne Hundred and Fortyfifth
If THIS reform dcei not make
itreet Xpreuei run on
time the trains will be FURTHER listened by TAKING
OFF TilE GUARDS AND MOTORMEN Thus under
ground rapid transit will become a boon to TilE COM
MON PEOPLE unequalled by ANYTHING EXCEPT THIS
PAPER
i In the days of SardnaPALUS
How did COMMON FOLK regale us 1
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