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The Evening World Duly Mag sine, Monday, April 29, 1913
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VOLUME 62 NO. 18,514
WHAT EVERY NEW YORKER FEELS.
0 YOU ever take taxi?"
"Can't afford It"
"Ever think bow pleasant ft mijrrit be to take your wife
io the theatre and bring her bona in a taxi especially rainy nights''"
"Of course. But it cost too much."
"Ever think how much time and how many steps yon might
save on a busy day by taking a taxi for an hour to meet your en
"Naturally. But do you know what it ooets?"
"Brer lata for aa appointment on a hot day, all tired out, when
tad would just rait you f
"Hundreds of tunas. But"
"Ever with you could show some friend fba little extra attention
of a taxi to or from the etation?"
"The expense" t
"Erer felt a couple of hours in a taxi on a bright Sunday after
noon would rest you and cheer you up?"
"Good Lord, yes! But"
"Wait. If you could take your wife to the theatre in a taxi
at the rate of $.30 for two nrilos, going and coming, would you do it
now and than f'
"If you or she could do a round of calh or shopping in a taxicab
at $.60 an hour would you do it now and then?"
"If $.25 would get you to your appointment twenty blocks away
on a hot afternoon in a comfortable taxi, would you take one now
"If you could take your friend and We luggage to and from the
railway station at the rata of $.20 for the firat mile, $.11 for each
additional mile and $.05 per parcel of luggage, would you do it
now and then?"
"If $1.00 would buy you a two-hours' ramble in a taxi on a Sun
day afternoon, would you do it now and then?"
"When you know that millions of people in other cities arc do
ing those very things at thoae Tory prices, and doing them in good,
city-regulated taxis only leaf freely than they ride In subway and
surface can, doesn't H strike you at shameful that Now York should
have only a handful of battered, badly built, carslsasly-d riven public
can ma by companies whose sole purpose it to mater money out of
the people's pockets into their own? whan a body of level-beaded
man like the Fifth Avenue Conrndasion declare it preposterous to
say thai $1.00 a mile to a fair taxicab rate tn New Yon whan tho
rata for the same distance in London to sixteen canto, and the oper
ating expanses than an as much or men Chan here, don't you think
ifa about time for the people of Now York to aak why they an not
given this cheap convenience and comfort?"
"I sun do!"
"You are ready to take taxis, then 4o get the 'taxi habif the
moment you can ride in them for a reasonable fan, the fan the rest
of the civilised world pays?"
"JUST TRY ME I"
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NO. 42. JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU.
ATOHMAKBR, lawyer, musician, writer, oompoeer, valet, secretary,
diplomat, pMlosoaoer. These are a tew of the vocations followed
by Jean Jacques Rooms sag, on of the strangest characters tn his
tory. Mia llf was thickly atrewn with love affairs, few of which
any credit on him. Tet so proud was he ot his prowess aa a heart-
breaker that In his famous "Confessions" be relates with joy the story of
many of bis romances.
His father was a Geneva watchmaker who In 1722, when Jean was ten
yean otd, got Into trouble with the law and decamped, leaving hla son to
shift for himself Jean waa apprenticed to a notary, and at sixteen ran
away to begin a career of daasMng vagabondage. Soon after this he had his
first love affair. It heroine was an Italian girl, whom he describe aa "an
extremely piquant brunette," and with whom he declared he enjoyed "the
sweetest and purest hspplness." But he waa kicked out of her home and
started once more on hi wandering.
He secured a place aa ervant In the household of a wealthy woman, ah
Omnia of VercellU. H won favor tn ttt Counts r and h peemotafl
ham W the poet of iaretary. Bat befor b eoutd eta much prom wool nr
Savor b died. And Rouateau took advanteg of
eonfUKton la the bouse of mourning to Ml
ribbon. Ho waa oaouod of the theft sag
elf by lylnsly oaaUag eh blame aa Marion.
ant Uarloa was cotrrtatoS and Rouaaeaa want -
A Thof) anel
I containing $5,000 worth of Jewatry from a subway train au-
picion bung dark and heavy over the mysterious and sinister
figures of awe young man who, somebody recalled, "carried umbrella
with crooked handles r Nobody naasnroei having seen the
touch the suit case, but it must be admitted those crooked umbrella
handle look bad! Why should anybody carry an umbrella with a
treeked handle unless for the crooked purpose of nahing satchels
fnm between the feat of his fallow wen? A straight man catties
a straight umbrella and "contrariwise.1
Letters from the People
at la Bralas WMi
mi the eaotatn of the TJ. a. a.
Tea to tn BpaaWh-Awertcaa wart
Waa H i or PhlttpT O. XC.
a. a Meet- ( cato.
IB watte a oolert If not what t ttt
ot lb BKBla WHtti
Mow Tor. April M, IMS,
ta raadtag the paper last avanlag I
notload request for a copy at tb
"Moner asM a Frlena" pose. Her It
I ones had msasr and a frtead.
In whoa X set groat More,
I loaned ray money to my friend.
And aaw ray friend ae more.
NOW U I bad money and a friend,
Ae one I bad before.
Td keep ray easney and my friend.
And treat an iend no mar.
tb w BdHsr T Ibe hstai WsM: '
a asked for the following
Mr. Jarr Gets Scutched
Beside the Bonaie
1 1 rt
wrote fnat the oriove haunted htm f
he MM see the avri' aeontaed taoa.
hi retlgtoa (a not uncommon practice with html, Hon
to the Mane of Mm, ds Waran. a voorur and beautaful woman, to ba
more of Me new creed. Mm, de Warene fell In love with Mm. for yam tie
and ahe lived on terms ot ctaeeot alTartlon. ehe also did raueh toward at V
port. (Tot to later day, when shs wae dying In psoarb, he wontd not a end
a penny nor ralee band to help her. The memory of tMs Insratltude and nr-
lect. aeooroing to bit "ConfenloM." afflicted blm with a mhd remer.)
de Warene ttred of blm. or be Ured of her. and they parted.
Thar wa a abort flirtation with s leant strl nutimt 11m is il
I left her, and always afterward be regretted fie had not married her end atMed
, down a a farmer. In fact, muoh of hi life waa mad op of e!n or uidhng
1 tSona and of subsequent regret that In no way tarred Mm from lep eating the
mum mult. .
Me went to Peril, when Mm. Dnpm. a woman of high lnflue
to oaat a kindly eye upon him. She found a position for Mm and helped
prospect In many ways. But tier rtepeon eoon ordered Rousseau oat of I
houee. Mrae. de Beauaenval and bar daogbtw. Mm, de BrogM. war two i
woman of rank who cared for Mm and who secured aim lucrative
Mm. d'Kplnay buHt blm a dottag and practically supported him. She
to oall Mm "my bear." And there wer many other who vied for Ma love.
By tMe ttme Rousseau's philosophical writlns. hi play and hla music hod
mad htm famous. By this time, too, htn vanity and Ma abominable tamper had
M tranced him from almost every one who had tried to befriend Mm. And bis
theories on reltglbn, Ac., had more than ones got blm Into hot water with the
Tho chief love affair la House sen's distorted brilliant Ufa was of aa Ignobt
sort A ohambanneld, Theresa le Varna ear, feu In lore with blm. He married
her. And bar worthless family settled down upon blm like Ale, almost eating
blm out of bouse and borne, atallng hie money and even hi clothes and running
up debts ta has name. War year Rouateau endured the Infliction. Then he
rebelled and forbade them to come near him.
Thereto wa pretty and amusing. Rousseau tried to
educate her. He could net. She learned to read and
write a few atmple words, but she could never leant to
tell time, to remember the names of the month or to
count money correctly. Declaring her 'hopelessly stupid." Rousseau at last
gave up ha Idea of toacMng bar anything.
"But I llvs with her as pleasantly." he wrote, "as with ube flneat senlus
In the world."
Hie couple had five children. Rousseau, despite Theresa's tearful protest.
sent all of the Ave to a foundlln- asylum as soon as they were born and save
no further thought to their welfare. When, amona other benevolent sasaStah
he wrote a passionate appeal to parents to take close personal chares of their
obtidron' sduoatlon the world at fctrg naturally recalled this il inilnitli
behavior, and one wit remarked: "tie oberiahes all mankind except hla own
.9tl I . tit ItTfOiH I
w take months of dsesndinas aad eena-tneentty. died ta ITT.
ft wa Busajsood a the thus that ha WUsd h kneel f because Thereto seemed to
sm fail una ta. lav with so ass one else .
do aad aana air. J- t a. ...
f rr wovAd have moat Ifkety mtd
him that b wasn't hurt at all. that he
was down on the Boor of tbs oar be
cause there was batter Uses i ui
hla avonlng paper there. But Mr. Jhrr
otdart hear Mr. Jenkins as ono ear was
Tmd dose against the omat bottom
W oar aad a stout senUemaa had
the heel of hit number nine shoe ta tn
whlob I think appeared
Paper some time ag:
I ono had money aad a friend.
A moat men de admire;
I lest my sasnsy to my frier..
A friend doth require.
V naeaay of my friend,
And anger did arise;
hMtt my money and my friend
Ratium I was aot wise,
at I had sooner aad a friend
(A J had belh before).
I'd keep my money and my friend
Aad aot the fool no more.
I h Siiilsir Osnttsl Stotat
Jht aPMi er Tne Besslse WeeM:
nuadly Inform constant reader where
etekas abet Jim risks, that la. al what
hotel or effloe building. J. J. Mo.
V Bdtw sf lbs Pisa las Wert;
Would you kindly answer what year
jsaousn square oerden was built
ht O. HARJLSM.
An Oadeelded Psiat
1 kt Snw si Tbs Oils Wsrtdi
Il M a mkntasl off ease to keep a re
vlvr In Shs houat as a wo taction
wass uiwvss ana ny oting so are yon
uaaa to oe errssoad? e, t.
The Hardest Wood.
IT lnterestlne to note that mors
than twenty mahoannyflka wood
are now offered aa tnu mst jiiij
aot to meaMon a oonsldsrwbto number
f woods ounmngly stained to tmitat
la the present etrcum-
theref ore. wttsn the liisM for
mabogaa I grsator than the eupply,
ua usual I star est attaobsa to suob woods
as Cartnlaaa or Catomhltn nabigj
hat whtah Is so sftatkw t ft ta
to serve for the rarer wood.
i ne statement Is mads that ihiu -.r.
Intana differs widely In Its bolantoal
and anatomical character from true
naahipaty, Its close superflotal raem
blanes to mahogany and It physical
prop art! ss at ones dssttiavulah It aa a
high elaa oabtnat wood. When prop,
erty asasoned ft does not warp, check
or aorta, while muoh of the lumber 1
bsautlSuny flgurad. It wonks wall, take
a aar readily aad eaa e highly est-
ir. Jsiv ever ot aboard the
subway train with -"hi friend
from tb Maburbs, who wi
rytag a aoaen reee buahee, hs does aot
Re only knewa that Otk a true friend
of the people who doesn't own any staok
ta them, hie band and valoo la against
vary grasping. Broody monopary and
the Money Trust and all skat sort of
thing), be feeli euro K would be a good
thing if traffic rules forbad pespl car
rying roes buahee ta subway train at
the rush boor, unless packed ta a tin
ease and than crated
Bat Jenkins was a suburbanite and
would have carried an eighteen foot
cactus tres bom, by Ileal ear, ferry
aad train if he eould gat aboard say
of them with tt.
Jenkins, of qouria, waent going up
town with the dosen rose buahee es a
present to the Jarr. Ha waa simply
going up a Mr. Jarr's guest far dinner,
and to meet hi own wife, wo wasn't
peaking to him. Later aa he waa to
go home Mth hi thorny bundle and hla
The term Ideate paefcag was like a
bug bouquet at thorns. No taaf or
rprotnsd on these sggremiv
twit nothing but thorn. Tb lower
part wa wrapped with heavy
This wa wbers tho thorniest stalk aad
harmlsse roots were, but the ttlaglng.
scratching business snds were unoov
ered. Mr. Jarr sot them full ta the
face aa. oralng behind Jenkins, who
was carrying the rote bushes over hla
shoulder, he sprang right into them a
the guard endeavored to shut the door
of the ear between Mr. Jarr aad hla
Mr. Jenkins turned around and asksd
a question that ttunsj svtn more then
the rankling thorn. He asked Mr. Jarr
If they hurt him. A Jenkins turned
the needle points of the thorny twig
trraped the whiskers of an east slile
gentleinsn and rated the superstructure
on a Harlam lady's hat.
That was wny tne subway express
train cams Into the Fourteenth street
station with lit whistle blowing. That
1 why nine special policemen drew Mr.
Jarr out from under the heelt of
dosen chivalrous sentlemen who had
mistaken the lady with the hat's
creams aa bring arise of distress wt she
fsmUlarklee of rush hour roaaber.
Everybody Id the car wa flgbtlng
screaming except Jenkins. He, guarded
by lbs bonds brier bueh. stood la the
"last me at html" oried a vary tall
an ugly woman. 'Tve boon looking
for these manners for years" 0 ah
had. hot a raaahtr bad ever netted
tier esssssyt ay not Skying a.
Ho. If e a pkJkpooket" erlsd a va
rageed aad dirty man who was trrtaar ta
not sir. jarr la ma rib, but the rmrd
was too closely packed to stva Me
foot swing room.
eteal anrthingr' asked a
'My watoh I gen aad aO
money r said tb dirty man. Be
but (hay hat
'Jenkins! J snarl nail Wherea my frtead
JenMnsT gasped Mr. Jarr when be wa
baled from tbs tram by Che apeelal pe-
Tee, whsre la
aiwaya wpsk ta pair, them
pat, tool That 1
serve them!" oried several. Mr. Jen
Beat ap hi
to eenre them!'
kin thabt It beet to
bahfad th iw buihee. n think Ma pal
Reflections of a
1 Bachelor Girl
By Heltn Rowland
a tahUa, ttmn th ear
doom ware closed and the express want
These your roses 7" asksd th own
to Mr. Jenkins. They're
t my face Sr
No, they're not mine,- lied J'
1 took 'em from that pickpocket
they yat throw ff th train."
"He stole thorn from some poor
eon. m bet" said the man. And
want around the oar that Jenkln bad
the thug down and taken th
of rose bushes from htm. aad
Jenkins got off uptown to go to the
Jarr houeebotd several dosen proud oltl-
sens get off with him aad begged the
honor of shaking hi hand.
Ous, whs kept th loon on hb cor
ner, baited Mr. Jenkins. "Hey. he oried,
"I wot a telephone from Mr. Cbarr fer
yon t watt liar for ban!" M Qua
Poets Praise April.
Sflowly. the dPning verdure o'er
To pat their follag sjs th woods are
OaMetapa WS. by Tbs Pan fiiinanss OS. (The Saw Bbsk Beska.
0 doubt mm stale teoaM UU pom f has hs wUtfkt
osn e "batter man" if a hm4 married
'a Mf sreef serf of
The hem of west that wag pmrfotl
happy U one who it altsoy fleet to m Mm tchsn
come and net sorry enough to org when he ease jtisf fmd enough of htm
to mm him oomfortoMe aad not fond momoA to ateae Mas ustoomorfatita.
Whp it if that when a irtaa telle pwa tse e "poT wife ae Ma he
eltoay do it with sack a gloom egsressloa and suae e tired voioet
Picked Up From Here and There.
tHaTJIM are more mueclee ta a rat'
tail fhSn M a man band.
i centre disk ot
metal In a kite frame patented by a
dally ta Italy for more than two thou
sand Ova hundred years.
An eleotrtoally driven machine that
wenfhs less than fifty pound ha been
Invented to scrub floors.
Austria -rfarncary ha th toast tele
phone SSfgdsa In proportion to papula-
thva. of any Bui ops en country,
to be able to prodnoe 10,00,00
power nine moathe In every year.
The aouthern Up of Plortaa la the only
portion of the TJnltsd States whtob nsvar
oad freeelng weather.
A metal box in Which a Incandescent
lamp can be toaerted for warming a bed
ha been patented by aa Idaho i
eyatem Is to he
summer' time sablta hrsqulriae aa ta
th aoceptaMHty of the ptan wer
to municipal bodle
oommsrea all ever
grant majority favored It ft
are estimated In ua ta Italy far :
th ptan ware asa
e and ehambara at
f The May Manton Fashion,
!,essjwswsaawsexssssaas i iwessanessssssssenanii iiiisisasaaasaa
Aad on bp one th
ft la aa if til atn tree oaUad me
Prom oeUed room aad etlant booh.
To aee tbs danss f woodland shadows,
Aad hear the aong of April brook.
Thssw is a Maastag ba the air.
of toy to yield
Ta th bar
i ta the
- WORSB WORTflg.
"Whstsvwr th weather may
Somehow a wife totet aft her sptriftsol ohertm mad (Xhteiveneee ono a
man hat potion uied to tho brand of her perfume and loomed how to htatton
her troche p the book.
Man will 1st fh fluflvaetot go right on talking n4 parading unfit
elrvflon day, then he'll tmile in4lonfy gad gey "TAsrs, there Don't
boner if Httle head about the naughty poMrios any mors. It hneband
trill vole for tt, to he uHW
But never mind One a worm or a aieaasii fmdt oat she osn tera she
usually (urn to for that man never oan got hor book info "her place" again.
The kind of hutband who oan be "lured" into a flirtation with his Sf
nographer would be euro to fin somebody els to hers Mm if ho didn't have
a ttenogropher. When a mem hoe made up hit ate to be "tempted" ho
itnt going to be thwarted hp g little Iking Mho the lech of temptation.
Changing husband it about at tetitfectorp a changing g pandl from
one hand to another: it give yon only temporary reMef.
If you don't believe that two earn live store cheaply than ono, fuet oh-
tervo how much more tt east man to see perto er Mont eerie
on smash and melody tn midair.
tamp Mil Mopes were gateken'd
had kindled 'tat
t It waapaat Br dm f
O Che weakttl of nearly blossoms, 0 the
woodland' emerald green I
O the wetaame, welcome sunshine on
the diamond sparkling stream I
O the carol from tho hawthorns, i
th trill from daaslln bluet
O Mm glory ot th aprtnstkme,
nil thlna bright and new I
Though w know there nay t
pest, and we know there wUI be
Tot tt know they only hasten at
mei' richer crown of flowsrt.
Bl attom load to glda frnttapa, burst-
In bad ta foliage toon;
AprlTa ptoaaaat gleam shall
to the gterioua glow of
ojutekly. at tbs
Oat chat ft ta
trap ever th ehsnt
dan aas atimktki and
mad from ambrokl
r Th apron is
enarouJy soil with
out be las ouosberaome.
It I annUy adjusted.
It 1 smart and neat
to effect and tt fullflla
Apron lawn, linei.'.
Plato cambric and ma
terials of the Mad are
Per the medium tlxe
WW be required t
yard of material ft,
H yard it inohe
falters Jfs. TAB
1 out to on Ma only.
7421 Waitress Apron.
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I OaU at THE EVENINU WORLD MAT JiANTQw" PABHION
1 "'si wv-Hwng street loppo-
aft Oimbal Bros), oomsr PUta avenue and Thirty-aeoand (treat.
.ww wb. w o wr eaasi sa rseesya ox ion eeala la
teams far wash pattern ordered.
'AJfT-Write year adnriss atalaty and always
tt la a hurry. .
nresr $t ta kd-t tistlarm
ta ft leke kit wie wtfh htm. H ...