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The Evening World Daily M a g a zinc, Tue a d a y , N o vem bcr 26, 1912
t.T Tb Prau PntSUfclf B
rlW n Ter ro1n Wo-ldi
By Maurice Kctten
MTABM8HBD FY JORBI'H rn.IT.Klt
ed Dally R.xrept Sunday by the Press F ibllshfng CeOlpahy, Ni.s r,a
6:: Park How, KMT York.
r.Al.l"! PfjIT7.HK. President ID Parti flow.
1. ANnr sit w Treasure! . :i Park Ron,
J- iM'.ril Pt'MTZKIt. fleoretiry, sr. park IS
(AM Sick of
ftlU. .LET b HVfc A 1
Bill, let' have a sweu.
It . . ,.-r-.... ,
' -r ........ .. - flfUlln A A
inrvvsavxilfrttr firrtcrt. ni
Etneied at the Port-Office t Vew Tork a Scrond-"!as Matter,
notion K..I. . ... The Evening I Foi r.nul.iil and the " mi Inn.- and
(would Rather Chorre
dinner. - we cam Buy pvpovTmiucv 1
l$f2?WrtArtD REAOy AT Tfie s L
Word fur the I .! Hti!' AH Countries In the International
ni Canada, j postal Union.
On Tear is :a One Year s.;s
Om Month SO' On Month If
TOLL' m i: no. im.?-.i
WFAiX av.Sks- e-
.wiry nfWa. root) r
fcuLaitjjtN STORE J
jr i -
i m o-'. jt
A LOOK AHEAD.
THK i.M ls .,i tin- Kqtih,ilile Building; ar ired hv. lu
Hk i rnwiicii caoyoit of lowr BroAdwaj the site now Ilea opM
iik'' h1- "i nil nn unelim. lit u line of bMtlte '
frhflct Is extraordinary. RTprytwdy ihould take a look. Jt wami
pity tha apace imi-! he tvbivlt i Inn it ClTUflgit cannot bujf the
grmm utd leave it free. The nftviUbjH&g erchitexihifll jris'Tirs look
MM kbfMWMiVf thafl before. The lri k Improve! tin- (at fide of
mdst BroadwH.v h- Trinity Imn-hyard beatHlnea the weat,
Wihn Boronaii rNfidciii MrAnen prnpoeed rarantlj to ilmtt
height of baUdinga in PifHl BvtBVe ha pointed out that wli'.le
enri-iilHtt'd skthvinpi If may m li I'lijo v Hiivan laif of lifrht.
air and ttea irchiter tttral dignity, in aolid taaaan thr ile'troy fieri
Tthifs nm) redltoe i ! stri'! !tweni to ilccp. ilntii finches.
It will t a long time before lower Broadway bpjriua to worry
Mini aewhi'1 on, Bnainaaa ir pitaVblf and a pliice- t tmant tt is
he first oat. Bafore the Kii i table sits lieR-ina to disappear tinder
avome new fifty -atory load of utrH and mariile. Imwrwr. every one
Vhonld note the rare rHetft of the break in the famon Rroerlway
paaayon. Perhapt there id BO idea in it. The ulenl business dlatrirt
Se fimirr niflv In1 a i-lierker-board of f oworino-. mo,niiin',niiil sky
aNh broad tnusrai of green ;.th" and tlowro botwrn.
It somebody dOMttl find a n-t rretfv oon to H Oscar Hm
marteln build Ml oyer hOM4 or fhf in opfra, ometliin l foin
THE FATHER OF GOOD ROADS.
SEVF.NTY-si VJDAltfl ago to-day died n nan vhoaa pnevJItt
futo it wac In) laSVa a MMM wMdh hna mingled with (he dntt
and bet-n trodden under foot in unique fafihion to it owner'
(Von or end renown. Tad while every one talk of 'rnnna.datn" and
Mn'tdainizod" road. H0( one paiWn in h thotMSBd iia ever heard
the full name of John Loudon Mucin I am. BootchnMtti born in ?."!(!,
he greateft road reformer of modem timed.
He came of a good Ayrahire family in moderate i irvunntaneef,
fand when fourteen year old win aent to the offipp of an unrie who
ajraa a merchant in New York. Young .Mumdatu remained hare for a
juairiber of yanm and during the Involution did a thriving hnaineea
M an agetft for the nale of prize. The OVtOORM f the wir left him
taeariy pennileaa. H- returned to (treat Britain, where Jor many
groan he held varioua enroll hut honorable county offlc.ee. Ae a tmatee
rf roods in Aymhire he turned over in hia mind varioiia echemea for
battering the rod system of the Frtited Kingdom, and afterword,
When he was appointed surveyor of Bristol roode, he carried out many
f hia plana nt his own expense.
The main feature of his road-makiug peocens was to form a bed
of fragments of hard irone, none of which should be too large to pass
through an iron ring two and half inches in diameter. This stone
tratum was to be from six to twelve inches thiolr, covered with a
jjfioer surface material, and left to be worn into compactness and
anoothnen" by the action of the wheele and hoof that rawed over it
Macadam was sixty when he got hie scheme fairly started, hnt he
apuehed it with such-energy that oefore he died th whole cosmtrhad
avdoptcd his system. Parliatnent voted him a grant of two thousand
ktounda ($10,000) ami rermhuraod ham for aoane five thousand more
prbich he had spent out of his own pocket in experiments. He refused
knighthood. He died Nov. 56, 1S36. in hie eighty-first year.
Stone crushery and steam rollers have supplanted his more prim
itive methods. Yet the nineteenth century and the present ne well
owe to Macadam those solid principles of country road building which
(hardly more than a hundred years ago began to offer relief from the
PJncredrbre joltings and bendringn that made travel by road a horror r.
'the good oM days."
,l 1 Battrrtd fellow prtsonsrt wSl testify thst a "Lsfty I on f re
mains much the asms out of Jail or In.
Letters From the People
What ! ImII HrtL lMlyT
im BMKor t The W
Will aoma phyHloanninUt IiIh ma?
At a pi ty on nlcht rrmarka wera
mad about th mIx of my liaad. tt be
ing remarkably mali. Harln( re
marks that wr not plraalng, I would
ask pbyalosnomtata what a amall had
dmote Thti may lntrft many.
Imr I .lirrullr (MrvS.
To tla BMlur at Th. W W o. Id I
la thr h leal nulinnnl hi.itdy
rrmi, lu UII4r Harold."
Tb fc. BMor of feontna Wcl.l
Wi.o la tli author, please, of the tinea
rlnnlns mmiivwIiui lik thla. "Ron On,
eu Dark H. Ocaan, Roll?"
a. c. n.
Tb Radiator' Mast.
To Sta BaHai I Tb. I r. i VS arid '
Xa aaawcr to J. A. 'a query as to
whatber radhituri five mor heat or
not wtien th prnaiure of th boJIr t
raised from two to ftftran pouitoe, I
would say from expaiHom that, aa
proaaut In a butler inoiea, tha tor
as laTJaVa to boil a nd ranaaojuMMJr awli
anas, boat to nuUt- ataain: m-htoh I
later thrown out wim by the MdJaaora.
i. at. a.
To Sat BMUr Tim K,mUi Wo. Id:
Does an Antarleiui-boru ehtld need
Ms sttlsen paper lu order to vote. If
hi faNOer la not a oltiaen? L. R.
laaa ft. Uvltoaloeaao Shvsa.
av aw n f ii r i i r i it
Wby la It tii.ii unw of th polk of
are eo quick In uloslnej the del-
en etonei at certain hour on
and not the . nloone, readarai
I easafc they would do aasre awed K
i she salnaaa. Tor than
ne would not nee so many drank on
a Sunday. 1 Oon't think It alr that
saloon keepera slioukl be allowed to eell
drtnka when on can't cot eavtiilnv to
at. M. A.
i Rill, IFYoj Like HOmG Cookeo ) OoHN . LT M6 )
MftMS-MAriC PAMfhatraaW Aucc y Mj 70(J ' x
Hone-MAOfe ' AOone HOM
To COHE To
COOtCEO TjUkss)) EV6R7TMINCT
MINCE ?l MofcA CrooD
rVJHfKJsi Ma T T '
10, DCAR.J WHY DON'T
too Buy evervTminG
CftftKCh Auh DCAhv; AT
ute OeucAresseM toret ?
IT SAVES T?E
That's The 1
3 est dinner. ; (
Vou EVER r
v.ooeu i s
1 WPVFD ATE
So much in All ny
' rr '
0rrr lt. 1SI2. by The tVea. I'-iMlelSBt C. rTsS New V.,ik : PsOBt.
71 Is caoyi enough to pVtmnni, ,
W hen yovr hank thpotit is ftti
But the iromai? worth vh til
ls the one irho CM rMtld
, 'Xeath a teat iWe asatfa over (tat
A fooM. iimin trial fo ic faaoMMNftp (" all aieav bl a itli wosiua
ronrmtratet on farinatii ow. knou inu Ihnl the real Will fOltOW suit out
of sheer curiositv-
A man eon sometime agwhi umterntunit a WOmaa'l rmson for beig
i,roroked uilft him, but he never MM tinriristt,l her retfsOni Or forgiving
H sh. Dearie' 'I'lmfs MCONM a tromiii usually gits aafrjf k?MM 'itw for
some delntrff rytM'. hiif nlit'ift forirlrM haseffr fi o' &i laoaOU, or
fne oolor of his hair, or some other reason mtirtlg SliCQHMCtti trffh the
Men aire like taxieahs: when fOM reiillg went aiul need one Mtfly fUsre
(I never one. anywhere arnuml: but. wh- r0S no longer hare the slightest
necessity for them, they appear to rWOfal BSOOt loi' (if rvery raTS),
Wv l M rhnf tefcen a man begins to study t foreign language, the
tint thing he wants to learn how to say "Ifhofll ;ou haver
leave ie not flower, but a weed, that can't br eulti ratefl. ant altraye
thrive best when it is let ninne, and where it is least Wanie4,
Why is it that, irhen a ladii 000 idea IStlV rlls'dOhTS la i gentleman's lap
in a street car, she always ttOti as though she rxpected him to apologieet
JeiwwMwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwMMMMeffewww assavseas I
Are Your Children
Doing Well at School?
By William Dean Pulvermacher
Mrs. Jarr Finds What a Ranch Steak
Is, but Can't Get Any One to Cook It
Oeoyneht. 11'.'. Is The firm PilMl.l.lal U.
rib New Trk flnf WorM).
AT the word "MAdMiel" taU wom
an wltb a good-natured face ap
pe.irnd In the doorway of the
bark room of tha 31 ta DunnsWu erop
"Jala l.xrand," aAded tha mMiaaen
eaa of tha bureau, wboao cry of "Majr
Cl'" had raised thla apparition, "her
1 sums per tie n loakki for select help."
The tall woman with tha coed-naturod
face iroaeed the room and aeated her
self In a rocking ohalr, hltcrhed It so
th Itght wnnM fall over ber houUler
and onto 'Sra Jarr nut Mri. Rangle.
and regarded them with rare good hu
mor, h though ahe saw the Joke and
wondered wCiy ttiay didn't.
"lt'a thla aagty, 1 believe, Maggie,"
said the menage. Indicating air.
Jarr. "Miss Legraml i em olmu air
alaeper, and never goe anywhere with
her open air outfit for leia'a MO." sbe
'I llred In a aoddy In the eirlv day
In ICaruua and goe dotty In my lungs," I kind!"
eaplatned Mies Legrand. "We was
'sooner' !n the Cherokee Btrlp In ISM.
and w waa with tha llrat rusli un the
aaakatohawan. I got In th habit of
sleapuV In the o.pn air. And aleep there
1 must I"
"That could be arranged," aaM Mrs.
Jarr, affably, for h liked tb good
natured mannor of the Western woman.
Way I sole you, other tike and dle-
"I won't work nowhore vhore there 1s
leotrlclty. I fairly abhora the fatal
And sudden! . without any warning,
th good natured countenance clo'ided
and then was flooded with teara It wa,
an outburst and a cloudburst. Tha lady
from tha North west rooked baok and
forth, while the tear gushed Into her
"It waa In t'alagary when I married
Ooorge lgrun.J, ae line a man a ever
wali.ed In ahoe leather," she sobhed.
"H wa ahlef 'lentrlolan at the Ola
garjr power planl. and In our honey
moon he tuck a dara at th peak of the
loud, touched the pole of a tranaformer
and Ute J ii e rot pore Goonge!"
Mr. RaiVKle took imld of Mrs. Jarr
new blank and h',te striped Jaxket
and gasa It a tug.
'Vita's a wepr!" h whlnpeod
"Bhe'U neve do a thing but rook and
cry all day while you do th work and
ahe tell you lir trouble I know th.
But suddanly the lady from the North
west straightened up and remarked:
"If you Irrigate with tear you raise and
ter la Sour fears old 'i goes plrooUng
over the range n "bntt'.n' an' a hornln'
nothln' but a crop of jwrrrr"'
"How poetlCHl!" exclaimed Mri. Jarr.
"It waa written bp a poetical paraoti."
sniffed tbO widow, "Belinda Buckthorn,
the Poetess of the Pralrlee."
The weeplnK widow being calmer now
Mrs. Jarr took up ihe litany of houee
wrrrk. 'Van you cook?" ahe asked.
"Can I cook" repeated the widow
from the wild Xorthweat. "Otnuna a
ouarter of beef from an elght-yeatold
steer, Stan If range fed, and I'll cook
you a steak, ranch .style, as good aa you
tver broke a tooth on."
"Ranch style? How 1a tint asked
Mre. Jarr. rendved to get a new recipe
If site didn't get a new servant to tall
the place of Gertrude.
"You cut your steak thin.." said the
widow, forgetting her grtef In the In
terest of imparting a favorite cooking
dtreo'.lon: "you cut It thin, and roll It
In flour and nol It alow In hot grease
till It bruwne nice, clear through. But
don't let 'mi run In any three-year
tn-ef on you. 'less you want tho trout. le
of beating It Olt the boys to butcher
a eight-year steer, eta-year at ths
"Why, I should think the younger the
cattle are the tenderer the beef will
be," said Mrs. Jarr.
"That's all you Eastern folks know:"
was the reply. "Up until the rime a
flglitln' t ie other young steers
till he ain't nothln' but muscle and
sinew. After he's over four he gits
more sense snd aetiles down and don't
do nothln' but eat and eat. by which
he eoftans and fattens. 9o that's why
I aay 'Soe lt'a a at! Jai ejllll steer at
least, if s'ou want your ranoh-stvle
st'aks to be tender!- "
"Well, would you like to try ths
flaoaT" asked Mra. Jarr.
"My?" n.sked the Waatern widow. "Oh!
I lust come Eaat to git a wadding out
fit. I'm to marry again. Cal OlUcer.
lie waa (hoes wrangler on tha Bent
Arrow Outfit, Ave years: and 'he's 'bought
In. Tou know what a boas wrangler
ts? Has oharga of th ramuda the
string of extra ponl-a for the cow
boys' roimdln' up? Some calls It a
cavvy. But a cavvy la really a pack
"Oh! yes, nf course," raid Mr. Jarr.
"Will you see any of the other
ladles?" asked the manageress or the
"Xo, thank you," said Mrs Jarr.
Copyright. 1912. bt Tin
SHRIOl'S question thnt
fronts every parent Is
Question ef "hearing"
hoy's or Ills girt1
sons. Icany thoaaaadg of par
ents will answer that they are too tired,
'oo utterly ex-haueted, after a day's toll,
to sit down and laboriously drum lcs
e.ms Into the heads of their children
Wot what are teachers be!ng pnld? Thm
Is the duty of the man or worn in pedn
gog. nlin has nothlnp else to do all dnv.
This !s a very serious mistake tlia:
may be the child's imdolnir. The young
ater win very soon asc ertain where vou
itsnd upon this qu-stton. He will then
neglect the studies that he should do at
ubli'hinc 1o. The .V Toft Kllidsg W rldl.
you attenird t'i matte the ork Interee'-
sn. I'ng to both yourself and tho pupil, il
win no lontrer i work but a wurce
of recreation, a delight to both yourself
mme log. I anil wic ontio, .iuki hot, io uu ,u. .
will be taken up in Hii.-eceiiin: aniM-H
deal lag with th ttebrlna of- this iason
If you do no pay attention to tl.e
1 lett'g hORIS work and see t!at ha does
It the boy will soon have acquired th-
naMI n- :-ttlni so by that wlileh It i
.:.h aaty to do; ho will not feel qualirs
of oongGlsncS bsoaUSS tie has not don11
Ml doty. That Is the saOojssl part of
The fact that the boy when !n rloM
the next dsv does not know thla or
that particular lesson U not the eer'
oiu matter, Xo doubt when Krown to
nan's cta!e, he may never need to be
home: knowing full well tha". even
though the teacher appeals to his father
'o. . . .J , '...: r r " to rasttS "The OhafS the TABht
t n ,irr, 1 1 1 1 1 r I uul win ,.i.u .....
albUlty back upon the teacher.
Brkrad," or need ro know the "Fourth
'ase In Per -enlarc.
What Is aertotM
Ts that where It belongs? The OlaaSM fhat f4 bSSatrillMI a lad who
In New Torlc City echools average from ; ln,,r nrinm ne a,pndad upon to work
thirty to Bfty pupils. Approximately i ooniclentlouslv. a lad wno Is laty. a lad
forty minutes II given to each period WB0 larUg gbHlty to concentrate hi
for thla or that subjeot-mlnor luhjeou I mind, due to the fact that he has
only twenty. Tt II mos' evident that In- nrrtr compelled to do so.
ffl.ldual attention to ewh child to the I VlrmntmA." anawaaa ihe n.ir.nt '-n.t
necesaai-i" extent Is altno't Impossible.
Mind you. It 1 attempted', hut full Jns
tlce cannot alwav he done to eso'i
!t 1 mv duty, even rv'icn tired out, tu
hear mv 0071 ISMOnS In the evening.
But how am I going to do so Inasmuch
as he Is further advanced In some of
Therefor. It behooves vou to give .his atndtsa than T ever was. takes u"
ome time each evening to the child' some studies Of which T never haa'vl
lesson. and takes tip others In an entirely dlf-
"Tit I a.n so rtrert when I get home I ferent way. Can I effectively hear his
after a day's hard work behind the! lessons under these circumstances?"
counter or in the ditch!" T-'.vea so. If I Tea. Th! represents the position snd
fhe irork Is taken up rlKhtly, looked ; quandary of hundreds of tluuinande of
upon s a pleasure: 1f you note with I parents, again, "Yes." and -TrrcfflaaT
delight the ohlld'a steady progrese. f'nrtlcles will tell how.
Oopraaft. JisVi.O. )
Ancient Mariner (at tho flrat football
game Where'a the taokl w hear SO
Smart lawidluhber (Don't you see th
line all over th ground? Judge.
aioinnnrmri-r' -1 - I
The Man on the Road
Ey H. T. Bam.
Cisprrigi. ipis. by The ftws raMaSdai to.
OFF THK WATER WAGOS
NE time I fell off the water
wagon." said the Feather
aaleam.m, "with our resi
dent man In Philadelphia.
He wss always quite a
drinker, and tnia time I tried to keep
up with hlni. When I say 'fell off,' 1
BWaa at proper stVla The rssiQeni man
owed some money around the city.
tTna NI V"rk BTSBlaa W'end).
By James Montgomery Flagg
Nervy Nat At last I shall real
laa on of my pet ambition. I
have osrtalnly had many walking
parts In my ttrne, not to mention
my long experience on tho road. I
waa cut out for an aotor hsoawei I
I oan go o long without sathvs
Nervy Nat Thla must be the
leading lady's dressing-room. I
oouldn't find any of tha hs-aotori'
clotftss, so I will Just take a female
rale. I'm not fussy; I'll take any
part thst Is left over.
The Hero If Clartbsl would only
come baok to me I would forgive
her all for the sake of our chee-lldl
Nervy Nat That's my cue. Isn't
he a lovely plseo of workT Any
wife thst could rsrMt thosi eouifui
eyas le ne lady. I will come baok
Nervy Nat Lionel, I have
back at you. Take your ornnij
Clarlbel to your pleated bosom for
ths aake of our little Annt (By
the way, how old is Ann nowT) I
have done you dirt, I know, but
"forget It" and I'll prom lee not to
run away with anothsr Insurants
Nervy Nat Ouch! That Is no
way to treat your Clarlbel! You're
Nervy Nat Whew
tell me that the dramatic profes
sion ts a hotbed of jialouiy. Why,
very member of thil company has
me a boesti
when nil monthly Check came, tnstead
of ayuarlnt; up with his creditors, he
'blew' some ,. the money.
"When he came to he was nearly
broke, with another month's wait before
more money would conic bis way. Ro
he concluded to make a Kood Jon
"Just about that lime 1 happened
Aad aJoaa. And when he began to toil m
of his troubles I recalled Bouie of my
own. When I Bam aroun 1 I found say.
elf in an emigrant train with a yaOew
label on my lapel. We were just draw
lug Into Uuffalo.
"The weather mai bitter oold and sr
i hod no overcoat. B) paining wit far
! vest we raised the price of a ssant
' breakf i't. Buffalo Is no sort of town
! to go broke In. We hUllled around Our
hb. without rsallilni thai we war"
i doing anything but the wisest thing,
i When night came' we decided U go Into
the Iroquois Hotel and strike th pre
1 prletor'for a Job,
"Tlie proprietor was klndheartsd aad
, iiave HI implo; muni ai ie ken, When
I waiters name o il il .. kitchen they
i would have to pay . h. , iM.es on th.,
! tray. Bometlmei they would put a
Steak under ihelr vests and would
; 'knock down.- aa nailed it. the
j l'ice of the atSlk. It wis our Job tn
j prevent this form of trickery, Onetime
I CptMld a cut of " i i ." r on i waiter's
; hand under th Ira.. Aft":- three days
I Of this kind r ttlk I "Jim- out of My
j trance and wired linuie for money.
I bought my friend a ticket, but he
was not through and ."Old It and dla
jappoarrd. The tl n advertised for three
Don't ever months for him, but not a trace of him
oould he found. finally our Denver
man found hlni sitting In the watting
room of a hotel of that city, calmly
smoking a Stgar,
" 'What happened to him '." asked tba
ne ratuimaii and now ha la