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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Saturday, Nov ember 2, 1912
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Why Change? II .MMtf, m By Maurice Ketten
llTiBUSmiD BT JOSEPH PULITZER.
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BTablt.hed Dslly Bsoept Sunday by ths Preea Publishing Company. Nos. II o
J Park Row. Now Tork.
MAXjTH PrrMTZasTt. rawndent. l Pwi Row.
J. ANOITS SHAW. Treasurer. 13 PfrfcRpw.
JOSTPH PUaJTZER, Jr.. Secretary, M Park Row.
. . a .a ik. T.tnrrti e v. Tni-v . lUrntiUniu Matter.
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YOLTJME S3 0. 18,699
NO SATISFACTION NO PAY!
IF THE member of th Board of Estimate twaIIv wished tn ilin
CTPf.it or iiippTPM Prof. Moore's report on thr- public school
system of New York City they obwild have known better than to
throw it out of the window with shriek of horror inn" digut. Now
that the President of the Board of Aldermen, the Comptroller and a
Borough President have pronounced the Profenor effort a "falp,
fnawnnte and mi'leading doenmwnt." the printing of which at the
crtyB eipvjiife "would be a waste of municipal fun'!"," the average
citiren will begin to believe it mnst bf worth reading. Published it in
sure to be at aomebody's expenne. awl with infinitely more annoyance
to it woold-fee euppreor than if they had quietly accepted, faced
and diacuMed it.
President Mitrhel of the Board of Aldermen reported to have
declared that "the report contain ao many reflection on the Board
of Estimate without proper evidence to support them that we felt we
could not send it. forth with the approval of the Roard of Estimate."
Among theae. calnmnien were such statement as: "The method by
which New York adminitn it erhoola i that of the paralysed
ana. The fiscal authorities of the city seem to hold that the school I
item i in all reapert a subordinate department of the eity govern- 1
nent. Tn fact, the achools have been annexed aim oat aa completely j
Id the City Hall a they would have been if the proponed charter had
I come the organic law of the city. a a a The school i
t atem of New York ia an inbreeding system; there is a fence around :
It Barely, very rarely, i a teacher dieuharged," etc., etc.
In apite of the outcry from the Board, Prof. Moore stands by hi I
rpert and beg to repeat that there ia a situation in the adorinistra- !
lire control of the school of New York Oity which is both illegal nd
i itolerable. "The work of annexing the achools to the City Hal!
pests steadily forward. It ia perhapa too much to expect of city offl
I tab that they will aacept and print a report that convict them '
Whatever fhc fact about city officials and their sin, the fact
shout Prof. Moore are plain enough. NeoTly two years ago the Com
j.ilttee on School Inquiry of the Board of Estimate hired Prof. Paul
H. Hamu of Harvard to direct an exhaustive inquiry into the con-,
cwet of New York public school. Prof. Hanua advised the com- :
i ifttee to retain Prof. Erneet C. Moore of Yale to inveatigte U.e i
nocqp of the Board of EvJucation and the load sohool board. Prof.
Moere has apparently followed his trails "not wisely but too well.
Ia tfca rlew of the city fathers he become "Hieconrate" and his attl-'
rail "extraordinary" the moment he seek to pry into the sacred
lnyeteries of municipal polities. Engaged merely to "criHeise," he
dam to find fault and with things that are none of his business!
Prof. Moore may or may not have stepped outaide hi field. In
in7 indging from apecimen. the public will derive inetruction,
riot to say pnnii, from the foil results of his researches. Perhsps
hot wholly without hearing on the present situation is the fact that
YaTajearied Prof. Moore to its department of pedsgogy became it
(insured the way he pitched Into the eity gorernment of Lo Angelci
eoi forced the city official to remodel their school system.
In any ease the plight of the Bonrd of Estimate prowling over
s MB of $1,800 for a report too horrible to print is a full step from
iha sublime. If the Committee on School Inquiry wanted a nent
Job of whitewashing and decorating why did it go and hire the wrong
ISIS, W lb Fm PublahlBI Co. (! SSS V" WBB
HAT it Love, oh, sty Daughter, what LOVE?
VeHly, verity, U hath been UkeneA unto all thinot, from, paranoia
to e toothache from the Bnare of Batan to the Ohiet Treatwf
Dal aay unto thee, it in the APPBXDICITIB OF THE BOVbt
For to, I have lout mine heart and aim mine appendix.
And there to no difference in the maladiet, tare that one attacketh the
in the LMFT tide and the other in the RIGHT.
Behold, kmc all men carry within them the po4MHie amm in
jection. And no man knenceth when hi hour jnoll come, eave that U afceS he
when he thinketh himaelf tafett and mott immaae. v
lAkewUe, he may have many mpht attack of either.
But only ONE great one, which flnitheth him.
Neither snail he know whence it cometh, nor why.
For a Appendicitit ariteth from light and foolish triflet, so LOTB ess
be inspired by a Kent and fooliih woman.
Mark then, how the victim of each goeth neevily, and It tick at aesH
etchewing food, finding no savor in tobacco: hating the tight of hit felttm
men, tighing often, and much athirtt.
And the tymptomt of both are cold chUlt. and a raging favor, dtU
and a piercing pain in the tide.
Tet, thete may abate; and he glooteth trtfMn himtelf, toying:
"Aha! 'Tit over, and I am at I wat. Thank Heaven, 1 an neither
But, alat, hit boasting is all folly and emptinett.
For the germ of the malady it in him.
And he thall NOT escape!
And when itynmeth again, it grippeth him mightily.
And there it no hope for him, tave that one tkilful thail out sns Ot
from hit heart, with meroilctt yet kind handt.
For, at the diteate it detperatc, to must the remedy be
either the KNIFE or MATRIMOXY.
And at the one tometimes killeth the hndu. to the other sometimes i
the spirit, and all itt illusion.
Yet, cowardt die many timet before they are operated upon for 4 seen
diritit, and bochelort live in the torturetomc fear of matrimony.
But thote that go quickly unto the surgeon, or hasten unto the
are tpared many pangs.
And thote who are CURED arc thrnrrtorth. forever, IMUUNB.
None can touch them thereafter! Belah.
The Week's Wash
By HHin Green.
Or jerit. 1912. by Th Pm .hailing Co. (The Nam Yk WarWl).
Mr. Jarr, at the Theatre, Tells by
Telepathy What Will Happen Next
MUwawKro ittffn)ts(Mn SAS9jKii(MttWKai i
oRnijtit. bj tu itm I'ubiniiiie oa.
WAS IT NECESSARY?
TIMS State bt permitted few spectacle more diagrvsoful thn;i
that of a prisoner conrktml of murdor Hnd under sentence
of death, taking what i perhaps his lost journey to the con
.sunned cell ,t Biag Sing, fallowed by moving-picture maohinae busily
cnnding out erord of his moroments at eTsry turn. Was there no
ay to top Ibis outrage of common decency P We refuse to believe
It The pohce in charge of the transfer should he msde to answer
for gross and shocking negligence. New York hsd doubts as to the
propriety of prir.e-ftght picture. Wlwt shall we sav of "Backer on
RM njr to Siug S,ng"? The police should have toppad the makinr ' th t-,phon" nd !C
lit these nietn,-r ! u..l v nKIDg . nWiiapri on tha
rl . ,u ""n me cameras. Jf suoh film. ' fltsa tnanaamit
IW mmmim public opinion and authorirv should
-inks an example of those reaponeible.
The Day'i Good Stories
Keeping Up With Time
TSC oM rhati l.o bail hitfd sut u ml i
ftia land durUa w bi'al wm not qiuu
V ti HSBSSl to tte 4 o'olvA pMjndt
os Mb aadfoun door thr flat pj maof u ivuaplly
u ko tml wtldsMaa. Ho SsS I M Um pil.
ISBS noonoi uf u bow wot Ski oMoimoil
BSSI ood thon taSSI bbooolt oat, SBl br half
raat I lo a oSSSSaaB ' So t wboro
bo Otd firoar oo bard at owl.
'Mao aoModoa." sold tbo dowromt brkSd;.
tjo old tottow looioj up awrlr.
TSa," bo snaud; "H ass.' lipiotv
"bfotlr Tlott Hut
"I mm-rn. bu Uj ,
I donl ona oon oao."
)i. i ih. oil tbo tuoo
OW. boro." OEM tbo fdlftohpaotrr,
Ukt IN ot thr oortilt"
Juhnu nliod hit bond pronptl;.
' WoU, J ...iiojr, boo ..1.1 )ou dm -if- HI"
"Tbo ul A tbo outb." I Jobnv, Ln.nK)l7,
"Im Mi loucibbnr lino wtiirh pou fr .m ouo MSI
. tbo otlwr, oad on SMSl the rortU rotulru.''
"Vory r-Hj." oorlolokod u. toocuor. "Now,
could oti baof rinlUoi on tbat lino, M ...,t
"Too. otr," vob tbo roplr
"lodood:" oald bo nunur. u. ...:... i
''And lt oxrt of rlutboot"
"loutlnoni datlm. olt."--Ilomtr Waokl;.
The Why of a Sobriquet.
rpHt foiinf BMUl IMTlnf oKoilod wfch tbo
SB o tofolr opot bosootb
tno. mr tho blou Pool, hor
innto, ttion to olt and onior tho
, 'fo-t of tbo aoitiilaht on tbo nmtor, u J ul ho
iriina Wt of oouuiiiontoj onuTrnototiu irkon
"Ok, Mr. Woplo' Do fna kaow tbo niok
toav U tho prli ot t1. Imm1 tiaro tat font'
"Nifknaaw? Whr, 1 didn't kaoa thor bad
(an uu no. at aU. H'bat a lit
Ins and Outs.
OSVU.LK Will. 1 4.1' m ooadaamioa
i4.uk aav liajo . tjU tapo of b
"ina atachteo Vnt oil,," ho aaid "and
1t aaa- ia abnoo all tMtaaj ono oaaaittal
"U'a nowbtuao of eblo t,p. that ajaj ria
aoih dlaaucua aa J ono. owrlirard fa
Ynrb botl aobwoon twu ) ounf aallllonaltoa.
' Ktat fu In for minor aald tbo fiiat.
" oa, naoa,' tii. otber laonol.
" 'll.iw did )oa .:ooo uuiv
" 'thi a iiair uf airar-aauunlod aratoltai
aaonila laior.' " - Clnrlanatl Baaulror.
Tort World l
r-a-i lis curtain want tir on thn play
I tha staaa bMna fairly well HaTht-
ad. But aw far oa alie 1kJ'
of tha thnatrn wa conct-mnil, thr man
asmnant warr aa sUnsT wtth thr lUrhtM
am a boardins hours proprlatrraa would
In She darknaai Mr. Jarr aarrad with
BBS tro BnalanaJ that thar wrre
tnor snllshtanad In thosa thlrntr an
Ona oVhar atda.
Ona ot tha first charwotna tu apiiairj
was a buMar, who tarnad on a Httls
aaaaa lUtht He also talked throutf h
ransc' the moiTi-
In Aoiortea ha
mad rapid strtdas of racant ynarit.
DJia tha opinion of thn Jiy rrom
Ene'.ane who sat nast fa Mr. Jarr.
Oh, th tachnio.ua aod oonetrwtlon In
pay wn lna hava advanced conalderaMy
Hardly a play now haslne. with a par:
tnald, In skirts to ttta knraa sad n wlap
of a lae aprnn. tha porStti dace-rale i
with rlldion tows, who furmorty lh
ductad u to tha drama by dusting tlie
outhaaat las of a taMa and tha uppr -ode
of a sofa-back whlla she Im
parted the information to herai-lf an'l
tha audience that "Maatar Harold came
homo pretty lolly at 4 IBM mornm
Thera's hta ball HlMjIns now I Co in
to., ajr. cominsr E1t "'th pitctier
of Ira water, to laash and a mild pat
tar of applsvise.)
But thr butler did eay "There'! tha
!-:!! Who can he allln at thla hourT'
and Immadlatalr admitted a bald, rad
noied old man in a ahabby frock ooat
"i ll bet m acalnat a Huh! Mooae but
ton that thin party has a red bandanna
handkerchief pinned lo tha tall of his
'reek coutV whlapered Mr. Jarr.
The obaTaVetar In question tumed and
lioweil HOtSSUUSlj to the butler, and
euro enouxli lie HAD a red handker
rlilef plniied u the tall of this coat.
I low dl.l Mr. Jarr know?
It then transpired that the man with
the bandanna handkerchief pinned to
hi., ooat tall was a caltman. humbly, at
nret, snaking citynient for the slaaa
young- man who hsd bantered a yoerie
lady to kick his helmet "hoff as thay
parsed In a 'anaom."
, sxtAty., v .SBBBB
you think of the
asked Hie head
me that I hsd the wrong atecr on the
the laundry men,
"I have, given the ! j
auuieci a k""i ueoii it
of thought end 1
have talked with
leaders of al! the
parties and have
The Joy Buggy's Bans.
KKRtniJ.; thing ahi.ul that poor
cop who was killed by an au
tomobile In Central Park." re
marked thr bead polisher.
"Sodik of these days," declared the
laundryman. "a oitlsen of thla town.
read all the poll, rnrageil beyond endurance and driven
and prognosiAii temporarUy out of his mind frost being
Hon. n4 ail. :- nompelled to leap for hie Ufa to avoid
tlons of the can
didates and their
automobiles while crossing our
oughfn.ro. Is going to venture
naiitriT-. and I I SOBBS night with a aawed-orf ahotSJUn
have fomn to the underneath his overcoat and murder in
conclusion t h s l I his heart. He Is going to repair to
Roosevelt or Wilson Will SORM crossing and wait, and alone is
Mr. Jarr again made book that this 1 be elected Preaiden:. and either Sul- going to come a big, varnished, upnol
kicked out of his vehicle "by the young policeman would have red aide wttls- aer, SbrauH or Hedges win he elected . atered automobile with an arrogant
o ntn aa who conies to this
night wr the young marster."
It had been too dark to read the play
bill, but at these words Mr. Jarr knew
the locale of the play was tn dear old
A little later on a policeman wa an
nounced who wse
Mrs. JSrr i Governor of the .tate of New Tork.
"It's sJl as atlmple aa a weather chart.
Take the Presidency, for Instance. Ev
erybody knows that the rtepuhllcan
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR AT THE HOTEL RICH)
By. Alma Woodward
sasswasa s) - sows oooooonowoooevewo''oHeewo'
BBSS laat i kore. True enough, he had.
I then said:
"Tou Jiave seen this phty before?
"Uots of times," said Mr. Jarr.
'Brie ply-e the 'uisar hoffloar." aald party ts split and that a considerable
the lady from England to her com- percentage of the Republican vote It
nanlnn 11 'lr-r ihno Hion ' nvc tn w.ir swjnoi tn Roosevelt. Now. If RoiiO"-
'.ooklng for the" bjunlform." velt gets enough of percentage of
"He'll buee rorh'ntr new." whlsnerej thi RenuhHcsji votes and can arlpc
Mr. Jarr to hl wife. I about a million Democratic votes, til l
"Who'll have nothlna new?" returned , if Wlhton doesn't gel any Her-ubllran
"The hussar officer who la due to mix
up the complications." replied Mr. Jarr.
rotighrrcl: sitting at
votes, Roosevelt will le eJec'.ed
"On the other hand. If Roosevelt gets
only a small percentage of the Rc
Tu. h T:if Pre BUiHtssweswaj '. (Th Nbtbt Tort Vorld.
Not Easily Disturbed.
Y,UT 'Ma t" okV on jatf of
VV SB ot Hi. Innoornt bratandew. who
balpos to nsko BS Uio Kaoaae ltj
crowd, lnqiilrod old nod Blng. wb.j bad ssrioaS
irotu SaSBnMBfi a ( bnura tatuto.
"Wtiat'a an thla rat BSaa)aasasl nowf"
" poHYaroan boa amoted a follow lor-4k
lurhl tlie XalTOtton Ann.','' oaa t)ia repU.
"Herred 11m rltt, I raokmi I tout. If Ita a
loir quo-' ... Iww ki o falW ao about It ts
SUturli th. Hai.oU m Am.." Kat,aas j star
Si inn m bad taken Oktsai ;tjh koroe U dine.
eorniilnf wool well ihor won aeatod
st tti. dlunet abkt, whoa Wtllia SuMiuh) i
"Wbr. pa, tMi la roast boot."
"Well," aald hta father, what of Itt"
"Whr, I beard jou tell ma al Saaa Still - ,t l
you wore fning to bring a srittookoad bnn-.t tor
I li lueow I'm just goln' bug
house with all ihU election
holler'" 'onnl told me.
Every one semi
to he In It fer
blood this year. I
Why, the other
day throe men
come r um h up to
thl liore wHOOa
loard an' a:i aaked
fer the same num
ber, an' I only had
one wire tbat
Wall, aay, one
whs a Taft man
jjT unother win a Democrat an' the
third wu a Bull Murser. I nus In a
happy position, I wu: What they
wuxn t call In each other over my besl
wusn't nothln' to nobody. An' I could
reo my flnlsh oomtn' towards me on j
rollers, when all uv a sudden 1 got a
t rtght Idea 1 toid em the number wuz 1
Th. fcwotsodeal vo.inw -omar, wh.t da. i publican votes find a. large peoventage
come In demanding her purse, wAlch f DemocratH votoa, and Wilson
I she thinks young Master Harold robbed falls to get anv Republican votes at
'.her of, will hide behind that screen In I all. Taft win be elected. You can t
tne corner wben she hears the woloe ', get away from this with an airship.
Aa for Wilson, ir only ne can no;n i ant Blll
the Democratic vote, and the Itepubli- . top Qf
duet for ahduotlng cits aweetheart from'rtui vote splits between Roosevelt an
of th hussar, for he'll be coming to
challenge young Master Harold to a
..I.., i, a i.ir euaiue Bt a Bit) -luue-an-bour
"The clt'ren with the shotgun Is srolng
to step out In the middle of the street
and hold up his hand, the arrogant
roughneck is going to come right along,
saying to himself, 'Oet out of the way,
you boob.' Aa the automobile ap
proaches, the citizen Is going to step t-
. level his ahotgun and Mow th
the arrogant chauffeiw'e ha
"He had such sod, gontle ways 1 1 she mask ball,
really got mushy alwut him. an', say.! "Young Master Harold having got In
whan t wui goln' with him I pit the j the wrong cab. For It's aU a ntlstake.
chloroform cone on all this langwldgjs, w,'n find In the last sat, after
cause ie. didn't like It . young master's fiancee finds she had re,
He wux just the sort uv boy to reason at all to he jessous of her dear-
:arr an' have around the house, be-'est friend, the young lady In blue, wbo
gauss he wuxn't the kind to Hick If yuhjls engaged to the fire-earing husssf.
give him lamb stew three limes a week i "There'e Eric now. 'Ow wall he
ret dinner, an' he'd always brush thP walks'" remarked the lady from Ens
his own ashes. But, say, he wus SUCH I land.
a dubl "I told von so!" cried Mr. Jarr tn a
"It would 'a' been all right if I could repressed voice,
'a' been alone with him all the time. "Told mo what?" asked Mrs. Jarr.
cause than he wuz Just sweet an' lover-;
dovsy. ; tn with hla military coat, or dolman,
nna neurrer iaic nor nwwr.ii
1 i clear
But the mlmito some other fallars'f : pinned over his left sthoulder. one ataeve
wets a big enough percentage to over
came tho approximately 6,000.000 tn
and unterrlflen Deonocrata whri have
hMn vntinar for Bryan. Wtleon will te
That the husssr officer would come ,lnj,f t defy any wall-eyed lightning
canloii ki t or to disprove these atalements.
"He says I seam possssssd of
"Well, who would you vote for if you
had a voter' I Inquired gingerly.
"I don't want to vote, understand"
I think a aufTrsgette Is a little bit uv
nothln dwindled down to a point; but
If 1 wuz a man I'd vote fer a buster
I'm stucli on those hlg fellers whaut are
always ready with their fist.''
"Haven't you got unothor conquest up
your aleeve, anywhere?" I asked Bl
carelessly a possible.
wrath. "Well. nay. you don't supiMwe
tlt that there blue list 1 give yuh Is
the whole uv the hearts I've smuhl.
do ytih? (treat guns, If I couldn't' 'a'
raked in more burning affections than
what 1 told yuh about I'd go down In
the cellar an' ewaller u gas tubs! I got
at barret more!"
"And the next one teas " I led on from
the terrible outburst.
"The next one wuz the Dub," she
nald sloAly "Just a pin everyday
dth hla hair parted la tha middle.
corns srouno, why, ail they naa to oo in ironi an nm mnwu. J a Straus and Hedges ajdli
wuz asy the word an' he'd Jump over or ' play win do prooucea witn a poiereman
through anything they held.up- REO. without red whlekers, a comedy shabby
LAM DJwl gantaal character who will NOT pin
"I thought it us a ahame to see ali a red bandanna to his coattaS.. and a
thai gentleness go to waate-(he made husssr officer, male or female, who will
good money, too')-an' I knew If he'd wSM he ooat of the uniform wtth both
I only buck up a bit when folks win, u,""w' T
.i r' ... Mm f wood an f never live to see these reforms-
I v. .o ht d I After a chase over th. ebage
I " 'fay
chase over She sbbge and
1 .. w a.M mnjt T,.l.lnri h. oaMaaaaa
Joe. don't yuh never fafl MBS rZ, 11.: -7a M.eV dom,
feller In ths eye when he ssw . .
throws a lot uv hoi air Into yuh? Why, ww " " " " .
I not a eoui wti . ' waaww "
this Impenetrable disguise.
Then the certain went
yuh arem to lap It up just like yuh wuz
"An' he said:
" Oh. whst's the use of getting Into
trouble when It Isn't neceaaary?"
"Jtkt like that. Didn't even aay It
CaasataatM looked bar i OrtVSay like: 'I ahould tret exoitedr or
something like that. u;-to-date.
' So I seen he wuz hopeless. I wuz
thlnkln' uv the time maybe when he'd
be out uv a Job an' the feller'd come
the aoule lp pain In the audience,
especially thosa who had gotten in for
nothing. sat gnashing their teeth
through a dreary Song half hour In the
Bloom till th curtain want up again
on the laitii scene attd all the ohar
actera In the same attire.
"To kill the miscreant who bills this
ss 'A Snappy Comedy of Novel com
If Sulser holde the Democratic vote
publican vote Su!ser will be elected.
But If Sulzer loses' enough Democrat!''
votes to Blraue, and Hedges loses only
a amaJl percentage of the Republican
rotes to the Bull Moose, Hedge will
be elected. Utraus can lie elected If
he get enough Republican and Demo
cradle votes to overcome the Democratic
vote that will go to Bulzer. And there
"What's that? Tou don't know any
more about It now than when you first
uatkad me? Maybe not, but nobody can
oome to me next Wednesday and tell
I won't say I will do thla. I am no
a vary good shot and I'd hate to rater
Rut It'a going to be done, and If tfi
'itlzen la caught and put on trial,
jury of New Yorkers, who are coin
pelted to oroas the streets with all th
care and precision used by Rlondln I
crossing the Niagara Falls chasm on i
tight rope, s going to aoquit him wit',
cheers and present him with a eatin
.up and the freedom of she city."
; Only Hope for ths Bartered
eiEE," said the head pollaasu
that Slgnor ftcottl, the Italia
enor, says spaghetti makes fat.
"What do we care?" asked tha laundr
men. "But If Slgnor rottl can psi
Suaue .... cuUiarynieB in the oaPian-aus
line that garlic aiten at breakfast
makes the hulr fall out, we will acclaim
him a greater man than Columbus."
Picked Up From Here and There.
r-w-i IfERE are 2,600 mtles of railroad
I within the city limits of Chl
to turn off the gae In our Mart an' Joe'd pMeattan,' i. justifiable homicide, with
say: 'Why. yes, go right ahead, mis-! nalon." muttered Mr Jarr.
... I. , .... .L I .i 1 Ih. .Inffln' nlll I
Of all the coal that passes through
New Tork tan out of atghheen tons
oomee from Pennsylvania.
dissolved In fhe water before freezing.
Hence the "snowy" appearance.
ter! Instead uv knockln' the atuffln' out
"So I quit. I'd 'a' had to do all the
I rough etnfr myself after wa wus raar
I rled; an', aay, lookln far Jobs all my
life handed me enough uv that.
"I anssst to look forward ts a rsssU"
"Do you think your father would ob
ject If I called you MahsJt'
"He tright think it a trifle odd. Tou
see mv first name Is Maud." Chicago
Xaondon has some beautiful suburbs, i
but thay are bsautlful by aoeident and
not by design. London Magazine.
The whit streak In the eantre a! a
block ot srtlflci.il Ice Is the last part of
It to be frozen and therefore contains
gbs wasted air and etbar
The Italian Government has under
oonstfructlon a very high power wireless
station at BrlndlrfJ. at which point It la
hoped to hold communication with
Tripoli and Egypt,
Xeivoua and Inexperienced, the hut
rose hurriedly at the conclusion of the
aong. "Iodine snd-er gentlemen," he
begun, "before Mr. M. started to-er-slng,
he asked me to apologize for hls-
er voice, but I omitted to de so-ee
Ubtrl were so-I-ei aaologlsa aoati"