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Thm Broning World Daily Migaalno, Monday, July 2 9; 1913
vaTAnT.tBttun uv JDSRPlt PULtTZEn.
ed Dally Except Sunday by the Press Publishing Company, NoTM.lO
63 1'OrX HOW, J urn.
A7.rU rt'MTZRlt. President, C3 Park Ttow.
J ANCIP3 KIIVW. Treasurer. C3 Park Itow.
.10Si:)'iI PUMTZKR. Jr., Secretary, C3 I'nrk ltow.v
Entered nt It e I'o'I.OIIIm nt New York n; Peeond-Clnrfl Malt nr.'
(Ascription Hiis to The KvtnlnslFor Knglnnd and the Oon tl n o n ana.
World for tin Vnited States
The Day of Rest
TThe rrM PsUkMeffX
(Tlx K 2 an nanaj
By Maurice Ketten
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All Countries In the International
l'ostal union. - tf i
On Yir .w 1"g
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,VOULMH ffll NO. 18,001
WHAT ARE ALDERMEN FOR?
enrt HK 6hootiiiL' of Itajenthiil with its revelation. of nng-ganVbler-
I nnlit-e fro nuinnrv hns liinl one siirnif icniit hv-effect. It
hns piled further discredit, suspicion ond infamy upon tho
New York tnxicnb.
Whnt tho novelist Arnold Hcnnolt calls in his impressions of
this city "the supreme mystery of the vices of tho tnxicnb" may ho
applied to darker vires than exorbitant fares, rickety cabs and Inade
Not only is it admitted that nearly all gangsters now work from
fcuricabs, hut it ha nlo been repeatedly pointed out that at least two
hundred chauffeurs driving licensed taxicabs in this city or6 ex-oon-
Ticta A man familiar with tho underworld counted a numbor of
theso 'known crooks in charge of taxicabs on Second avenuo only a
fow nights ago. This means glaring and criminal neglecton tho part
of thofo resion."ible for ntv laws and ordinnncos.
Tho city cannot keep thugs from riding in motor cars. But tho
city can keep licensed taxicabs out of tho hands of irresponsible, jail
Tho Aldermen have made a timid ond intermittent show of ln-
TCstipaliiiL' tnxicnb rates and licenses. Weeks ago a committoo of
the Hoard held hearings at which the testimony (mowed not only tho I
extortion iiraetired by (he hotel-favored taxi companies, but also
tho ragged and ill-regulated siato of tho rest of the toxicab sorvico.
Tho Aldermen promised much. They havo dono nothing.
Now the Kooiitlml case hns made it plniner than over that many
of the tardcab drivers in this city are as crooked ns tho meters of their
cabs. Who is responsible for these men? How long aro they to be
licensed to steal through the city streets eorvnnts of thieves ond
murderers prowling mennccs to peoplo who unwittingly rido with
The Tew York tnxicnb is deep in mud and disgrace.
City ordinances aro for tho protection and sorvico of citizens.
.What are Aldermen for? , .-ihuUm
1 TO PREVENT WIFE-BEATING.
S A MAN who is kind to animals kind to Mb wifo and children?
Tho New York Woman's League for Animals Is sure tftut
v I. Aooordinulv tho mcmbors of tho league aro starting illus
trated lectures and prize essay contests in the oast side schools and
settlement housos to teach tho children to know and love animala
ond so grow up gentle toward each other. Tho cat, tho dog and
tho horse each got a separato lecture, while birds, animals at tho zoo
and animalB in general aro other topics. Afterward tho children get
prizes for tho best esays on subjects suggestoa Dy mo iccturm.
"You don't And wifo-boaters who aro fond of pets and lorers of
nlmaW dcclnrcs the league
Tho statement is somewhat sweeping. Yot the league is on tho
ttsray side of tho truth. In spite of a good many Bill Sykoses and
thoir dogs, tho average man who is fond of animals is more likely to
be gontlo to his human-folk. Just ns fiddling Neros-have somehow
novoT discredited the charm of music in soothing tho savago breast.
Interest in animals is ono of tho earliest and Teadiest responses
obtainable from n child's mind. As a rofining influonce, where such
influences must bo few, perhaps nono better ropays cultivation.
Moreover somo of the children's essays Bhow great observation and
ihwrwdnoss. "Tho cat hns sharp claws and walks very soft" is on
of tho most vital and pithy summaries of the animal that we have
That ?s a Funnv
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No. 29-QVKEN DRAG A OF SKUVIA.
SERVIAN cattlo dealer, L.unJowltza by name, had rtsea
poverty to comtortablo fortune. And his beautiful dan
Draga, planned from childhood to make far longer strides
tho road to suocess. Sho fulfilled her plan to a far more ds
extent than nho had dreamed, though sho paid for It with her life, Che !
of othora and with tho cxlstcnco of a royal dynasty.
In DragA's country many a peasant has risen to dlrzy heights. The (
la not as dlfllcult as clsowhoro. Sorvla Is a llttlo "buffer state." (A toafBtr
stato botween two crcat European powers serves intioh tho aamo purpose tl
do the coop bars between two fighting cocks.) Sorvla Is about aa large M
Massachusetts and with a population ocarcely equal to Indiana's, yet with
a standing army 100,000 strong. Far larger than tho standing army of
the United Statc3.
A ewlnehord named Karageorgo holped wrench Servla freo from
Turkny. Then another peasant namtd Obrcn hud KnragforKo murdered in
Helzixl tho throne. A later Karnscorceovltch (or dcaeemlant of KarareorC)
unatcheil the throne from an Obrenovltch. Then, hy assassination, tho Obren
oitchca affaln held the throne. And at last Milan Obrenovltch was ktnsr. The
Job carried an Income of JZ5,000 n yenr.
Milan married n, Ittuslan Colonel's dang-hter, Natalie Keshko. They ha4
Hon, a stutrborn, deffenerato youth numed Alexander. Milan treated his wife M
badly that she divorced htm. He manased his country so badly that the ServlaM
deposed him. Ho abdicated In favor of his thirteen-year-old son Alexander,
Now, a buffer stato Is always allvo with secret dlp
lomatle plots on tho part of other powers. Spies throne
the court And so It wai In fiuvtv. The cleverest nd
most unscrupulous of theso spies was beautiful DntfR
Msachln. Long; beforo his nbdloatton Milan had made vie
of Dracaa sen'lces as a spy. He had also dono her the honor to fall very
violently In love with her. Hut that was nothing mitmml. For dozens of Ser
vian noblemen and forelm diplomats had already become enchanted by the
cattle dealer's lovely dauRhtcr. She even, by Judicious use of her fasctnatloae,
won an appointment as Iadyln-waltlnn to Queen Natalie.
When Milan was kicked off the throne r)ra?a turned her battery of ohartnj
to the enslavlns of llttlo Alexander. By the tlmo tho boy was fifteen ho was
her helpless slave. Ills mother In raqo ordered Drapa to leave the court. Drtffa,
Instead, used hor boundless Inrluenco with tho youns Kins. And It woe net
she, but Natalie, who was exiled.
Ae the years went on the KlnK Grew moro and moro hopelessly enamored,
of Drafra. Her husband, In despair, klllM hlmelf. Drasa was fifteen years
older than Alexander. And sho was bnxlur.InK tn lose her Rood looks. Yet she
managed not only to hold her own aKainst joumtor, fairer women, but to rttlei
as uncrowned Queen.
At last, tu 1000, when she was thirty-nine and tho Klnc was twenty-fowr,
Drajra played her last and most darlns card. Sho persuaded Alexander to marry
her. The In'atuated. easily fooled monarch, who had been rejected by almost
every Trlncecs In Hurope. nRrced. M!lnn, who was In I'arls, heard of tho pro
posed marriage and hastened to fervla to prevent It. Alex.m ler had him
stopped at tho frontier. And Druga became Queen of Scrvl.i. Truly the cattle
dealer's dauRhterhad travelled far. Hut now the plamour woro off. Alexander
began to ?e Drapa as sho really was. There were frequent and violent quarrels.
Once In public Alexander struck her. Sho revenged herself by swallowing
potaon or pretending to. Tho court physicians saved her llf and there was a
reconciliation. In another marital spat Dratca boxed her roynl husband's ears.
This kind of thing did not please tho Servians nor add
dignity to tho palace. Hut tho King's misrule of his
people, under Praga's supposed Influence, was Infinitely
I At length ft conspiracy was formed among officers of
I the army to get rid of Alexander Obrenovltuh and place I'eter Karageorgeovltah
on the throne. On the night of June 11, 10M, the conspirators broke Into the
palace, fought their way Into tho presence of Alexander and Draga and, accord
ing to one account, ordered the King to send his wife Into exile. 'Alexander
refused, and to emphasise the refusal ho clasped Draga In his arms and kissed her.
The conspirators opened fire on the embracing couple. The royal lovers fell
dead, riddled with bullets.
of a Queen.
Mrs. Jarr Sets Forth Upon an
Errand of Merciless Mercy
Ovnttbt. 1811. fcf Tha PrM PuMhliti Co.
(Tbt .Nw York Worta).
fTTO SAVE WORK-DON'T MAKE IT.
Y maid teamed from JacX
l Silver', valet, who got It
A A from hie chauffeur, the ad-
drea. of 1a fluperba. the nrefly Venuv
v - r 1 m L 1 n hh wAiilf fnol 1 vhirni T Ct, in I. rnwr .nniirh to
a rn Liu1 i rv in i nrir n n u iTiyi iirnimii L( I ui nuuu cda. ,uua, . 1- mvi v. n
M x ' f . . marry and rutn himself," said Mrs
A towns haa it-long ago in uie spring unu vnuu i emu, aiUdriag0.8mItn, R ,ne p0wderi her
hahit for the summer. New York is lato hut determined. nose in Mrs. jan-'s boudoir. "As there
m lis no xime uxe ine preseni, ioi mi
Bejrinninc to-day Boy Scouts and "whito wings' will join forces, d0WB .nd h6r , t0 anythlnB
chortro troon the litter and flying papers of tho greator city, and fight rash, it wtmia be a marriage bringing
6 r i i n.:iM- n. unhapplness to both!"
it cut until they can announco victory and the annihilation of tho ..Weni T lmow u.8 a fool.fl errftn4f..
enenrr The Park Commissionor graciously approvos the movement said Mrs. Jarr, "and perhaps it's cirri-
. . . c . .x. j : n-.4.o o..t,.l.,K ostty actuating us Instead of consdenoe.
sad. oners to give rne ocouis piunvv vu uu u... xa.R but put on my M bluo ,er(f0 Bklrt
TMmsmftTipr has reneatedlv urircd ae the beBt field for tho boys' efforts, and a white shirtwaist and my black
But good as this scouring of the city may be in its way, its best 'arw
wwrlr should ho in arousinc an instinct and habit among careless poo- -You'll put on your very best dress,
. . .. ia. : U ,,V.H rdnono nd I'll lend you some of my Jewelry.'
pie W Terrain irora uiruwiuj; pa. u.i ... i - iaM Mrii aiudrldge-Smtth. "I'll have
im 4tn flrt nlaen. Don't make the litter. A heedloss hand drops a my town car tnicu us, too. Do you
3 iv. i. An ..n!,!,, thmk I'd give those peoplo
newspaper ana sinns a mu u.uv i,, a . ,. ovel.y
a day. A turn of tho wist, and a plate of decayed fruit flies through thing. And we'll overawe them from
. "- x 8i.ii .,oo ,lrnat nTnnf 1, the very start!"
S WinUOW IO manu an uiiaiK.ii.j u..u u,.0a,v.j ...v w-..v conslllPrRtloni tnl, pl!la Ppai8d
costa Arms, home of Mrs. Modrldge-
icimiin), sirs. Jarr and her companion
ere being whirled to West Fifty-eighth
street, to the Ind of Furnished Rooms.
A smell of tar pervaded the dusty
fternoon. The sun was blazing from
Ha vantage ground on the Jersey hills
aa Mra. Mudridge-Smlth'o ornate town
oar whizzed In from Columbus Circle
over the yielding asphalt and past the
newly patched places In tho street. A
groaning street roller waddled out of
the way and let them pass down be
tween the high, brownstone stoops of
the rows of furnished room and hoard
Already some shade was gathering on
the east aides of the high nights of
steps from the street and over the base'
ment entrances. And here young women
to Mrs. Jarr. And soon, in . her besi
"Don't be satisfied with cleaning up the offect.
To the Hoy Scouts and tho "whito wings"-good hunting. To flnpry (nJ- ofler W at ,h9 h
erorybody: Watch tho good work and study how you caii help. Make
less of it to be done.
The Total Cost.
with conspicuous blond hair were tilted
back In chairs, giving generous displays
of white stockings and while canvas
shoes beneath short summer dresses or
white duck, grass linen or thin wash
You can see where the stores sen
some of tho bargain day, ready-to-wear
summer dresses," said Mrs. Mudrldge-
But Mrs. Jarr was too interested In
watching this advance guaru oi me
dwellers In tho Land of Furnished
nooms. Some were reading evening
papers, some absorbed In paper back
novels, others sat with olbows on knees
and chins In the palms of their hands
and chatte'd with dapper young men,
who toyed with elastic bamboo canes as
they dlsousBed the gossip of the off
U3La2y. ("'- W.T"H. " .71.-". .1!
Wi " ' '
Letters From the People!
To Mre on H n Wi-rlc
Tn Km RUlor ct The T.naijsa World I
A yrung man Inquires tn 'iur columns
If tt Is possible to live on 13 a week,
and wants some experienced person to
advise him how It's to be done, Ac. It
j possible to live well on this sum-
Si you know how as I have aone it on
Si Vlfte less. The f.rat thing Is to set
aside ft or fl.0 for a saving fund for
?serve eaoh week. Then secure a fur
nished room wltV.n walktnz distance of
Mm office for $2 weekly. The amount
SS) spend for luncheons should never
sjcoeed IS cents and for supper SO cents,
feandays excepted. On this day two
do4 S3 cent meals should be purchased.
IVtronlze quiet pluces that do not ex
feet tips. Tor breakfast It Is bost to
tHrlt a deltcalenen siore and purchase
a loaf of whole wheat bread or pumpor-
and a Jar of peanut butter, lvifp
shelf. A few slices of pumpernickel
nlttt the nut butter generously spread
over them make a sustaining and palat
abln meal. Oooaslonally a few bananas
or ripe fruit tn season will help vary
the monotony of this breakfast, whloh
hardly oosts anything at all. A list of
expenses will simplify matters. Laun
dry costs about 60 cents a week. Adding
to this the approximate oost of break
fasts at home brings the total to about
rs.ft) per week. This leaves )LM for
amusements or Incidentals, together
with the reserve fund of 11.60 previously
mentioned. The latter will be needed
for replenishing the wardrobe from time
to time and should be kept Intact and
banked away. At a local Y, 3f. C. A.
branch one ran spend his evenings
profitably and enjoy the privileges of a
Onrrlxht. 1013. by Tl Vm rubllthlng CK (Th Ntw TotX World),
ry the xcav 0 flirtation, Man uxintt but little here below, nor icants that
y Jlftle long from the same girl,
One of the most remarkable phenomena of modern life (j that of a youth
with no chin or income to speak of, or an old bachelor with no hair or nnrals
to speak of, (Jesruntlno on the perfect combination 0 "iotiir, sewing-
machine and Circe" he might m'xrry, it he could find her.
A man never will learn that when a troinan has a heartache she doesn't
want a dose of medicine; and a M'owan net'er will learn that when a man
has a toothache he doesn't want a dose 0 sentiment.
To be contrtnclnp, Cupfrt sTlouW bo pictured with a pocKefbook instead of
a quiver on his back; nowadays it requires something more solid and up-to-
date than a pilf paper arrow to touch the insulated modern heart.
A woman Is selted with a oold panie at the thought of leing sffTJ tmtnar-
rfed ofr her oiorw are gone; but you never can persuade a man that he
won't be a thing of beauty and a decoy forever.
When a mem begins to fen Ms Tote frouMcs fo n girl, unless she is stone
deaf she will har Opportunity pounding at her door, -
"How much did It cost to .end
Atns.' a man neper toflt do abte to understand the solid pleasure a tooman
fairs in being mjerib!s once in awhile.
good reading room and library, gym-1 home your big catch of fish?"
naslum, swimming pool and make many
stored away In a Un box o tin, desirable friendships.
v, 1 x.
"Seventy-five cents exprettane and
I my reputation for veracity."
TWieii Jealousy comes in at the door, Love goes out the nl idotc Jit leareft
season in the show business.
Mrs. Jarr rightly surmised that whea
there were moro shadows und perhaps
moro breese at dusk all the blank faced
houses nlons the street would exuda
more golden haired younr women and
moro dapper young men-the latter with
canes tj bounce and twirl.
The car stopped at a houe, exactly
llko tho rest of the row. In the middle
of the block. And Mrs. Mudrlde-flmlth
pressed the electric push button with a
determined hand. ,.galn sho mng, and
agan and again. Finally a shuffling of
toei was neard and a slatternly woman
of forty openod tho door.
'Why didn't you take your key?" she
began, querulously, but seeing It was
strangers, she said: "We got a parlor
noor you can have. Young feller In
there now, but he's got to settle and
git out, or git out, anyway. No washln,'
no light housekeeping ,'.V
"We are not looking for furnished
rooms," satd Mrs. Jarr, "wo are calling
on Miss nirdle ahem afaiflratssl"
Her mother's In," was the weary and
disappointed reply. "iMrs. Brownl airs.
A door opened two nights above nnd
a fat and wheezy voice answored:
"Is It tho cleaner? lt him leave the
things and bring his bill to-morrow. La
Superba nln't In."
"It's parties to sen yout" bawled back
the door opener and she shuffled away.
Mrs. Jarr and her friend passed over
the small, dingy, frayed mat on tho oily
looking marblo hall floor and by the
Fcratohed oak hall rack, the seat of
whloh was covered with letters and
postcards addressed to different persons.
"Bring up any mall fer Iltrdle like
good sports!" called down La Suporba's
Hut the visitors, with noses elevnted,
did not deign to look for tho Hrelly
Venus's correspondence and ascended
Ith as much hauteur as they could
command, facing a walk of two flights
You a1nt perfesslnnal friends, air
you? No, I'd a knowed you," said La
Superba'a alpaca mother, for she was
arrayed In this material of crushed and
"We are frlendji of M. Ptlver-that
Is, I am-ahem his sister," expiawea
Mrs. Mudrldge-Smlth. "I did say I'd
he a sister to him," sne wnisperea 10
Mrs. Jarr as their hostess proffered
them feats by dumping a very tmm cat
and a very fat little old dog out of two
faded and spring-broken, oversturrea
The professional mother rolled up her
"You tiave come to part them fond
hearts. I sees tt In your facesr she
groaned, "Watt!" And she tottered
over and poured herself a drink of
TKow break the newal lie ain't really
jot no money? He', four flushing 7
she asked, ,
Cbpjrlfht. ma. or The rrtu Publlriilrs Oo. (Tba Nr Yefft World).
2.JJ Why do the sides of a river flow more slowly than its centre
2.2 "Why is the lower part of a candle flame bluish in colorf
2) J Why will not flame pass through fine wire gaueet
2..J Why is hard water made soft by exposure to airf
2 jo Why does a Ughtld candle lowered into a mine show wTivthertr,
not the atmosphere thene is fit to breathoT
IH1SB quesUens will be answored Wednesday. EITere ere rspassi iSsj
Z3 (Why Is dew often harm flit to health?) It Is raden with 4Sis
arth's unlwalthful vapors, especially In marshy districts.
S.17 (Why is a window pane cold to the touch, even In hot weatheffT)
Glass tends to oast off heat, rather than itore It. Thus the sun's rays
less Impression on It than on surrounding objects.
SCs (Why do the sun and moon look llko'rtat surfaces?) They are so far
from the earth that we oannot see the difference In longth between tha rays)
that Issue from their edges and those which issue from their centros. At 11m
rays, holng of nn apparent equal length, give a Hat aspect to the bodies.
S30 (Why are fogs more frequent in vatleya than on hilltops?) Valleys coUsjot
moro moisture than do hills and are not exposed enough to -winds to allow the)
blowing away of the vapor.
240 (What is the difference between sound end noise?) Noises are produoed!
by nn unequal movement of tho air. Sounds movo tho surrounding air In equal
and rhythmlo vibrations. A noise, In other words. Is a discordant sound. A4
eound la harmonious noise.
The May Manton fashions
UDltE aro certain
advantages In tfes
corcet covor that
closes at tho back
which nro apparent nt
a glunr-H. Ah this on
can bo tlnlHhed In this
way or with the reg
ulation front closing
It 1h minuted for wear
lieneatn th" blouse of
ull kmcN. Wearera
w 10 aro seeking as
xundir effei t as pos
sl'dn will like the
Hinnoth fitting pep
1 it nt uttaehi'd to tho
lower udgp, but when
t!m Ilgure 1h slender
It Is JiiHt an well to
ulluw th corset :over
t i:..luinl u llttlo be
low the waist lino
und draw It tip oy
muna of tape ami
.1 casing. The best
Hltnplng for tho neck
depends, entirely upon
tho bloitsn beneath
which the corset
cover In to be worn
mil thn ilnlsh always
Is 11 mutter of taste.
In ono view, the
pointed neck In shown
(In tnl with htnd
and wilts for the rib
bon, -and this treat
ment always Is a
clisnnlug and dainty
one Tl.fi corset cover
1 made In thres
pieces. When clc jed
In lno haul:, the front
Is cut In me piece:
when closwl at the
front, t io baok is out
In ono piece,
.for,, tho medluTS;
Nle. trio pnrmmt aav..
will r.iqulro 1H yards
iiminriai an or l
ynrd 4 1 Inches wide,
wim 3 '4 yards of
lti llrilnir nml t .....
Corset Cover for M Isoes and Small of Piiclnc
Women, 14, 18 and 10 Years. la 7ut 1 Sue. for
misses of II, 10 and 18 years.
Ca1aTTin3J EVKNINO WORLD Jl I AY "l ANTON FAMIIOnI
DUTtDAU, DonaJd Building, 100 West Thirty-second treet (oppo.
site Qlmbel Bros.), coihh' Blxth avenue and Thlrtv-r'ond street,
.New ior or sent oj man on ui lea cenis m com oc 1
stamps for eaoh pattern ordered.
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