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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Saturday, January 4. 1913
By Maurice Kcttcn
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Pa Month 30 1 On Month I.
Vol.1 MK N NO. 18.; til
ISSUES OF WHEAT VS. ISSUES OF STOCK
AMIiS .J. MILL, of the (ircat Northern, think lie ha fourxl n
way to double til erupt, of the Northwest liv a new method o
inirodii'injt r)hThoriia in1 the NIL "I btiiYtM ays Mr.
Hill. MM we can, by the ppl loitlon of llio inethnria. in-
Crec the production of gram in the Nor1lmct rn Mate to tWiot
he i,i,antity given in the figure of Mm I r'rttnont of Agriculture
Mr Hill may be over-sanginne as to the outcome of hi eijieri
awPttis. t'ynica will point out that in any oe doubling the grain crop
tnenii- .louolina; Mir carrying trade of Mr. Hill's fill" ars.
What of it? We can afford tug pay Bnd profit for Milfoil
Jrenleiit. een erti-retired railroad presidents, whose imagination
Work on lines a productive as does that of Mr. Mill. If Mr. Hi
doiililiv the gram irop or even increase it only one par rent., he add
tl Iko HiilwlanliBl wealth of the country immensely more than he cats
eolle t from it. His wav of creating capital is far belter than prim
Sng stock certificate. Hi large corset ructiic vision i the kind I lw
onniry need in it great industrial prowpei tore. We reconnnenl II
a. .1 .a. . -I i : l .. ii - l. : .l . f l 1. 1 . ...
me IlliemiOll oi miiroso priTliiruu 'll""r iiij;iii-'i ihhi- oi
tfrealivc faurv never riee above mergers. mnBOpotiei and itock- i
MEDICINE'S MAGIC HEALER.
THK NHW YKAR opens with the aiinoiinccineni d a Bwdiool
ilimrmery which, if it proves to tie hall a good a it IQlllldii
mean incalculable benefit to millione who suffer daily from
minor avirnt of cuts anl broken bone. In the current iseue of
the Journal of Kiperimental Medu ine Dr. Carrel, of the Rockefeller
Institute. snn-Mm.-sw the result of ttpOrMMOtl c. lending over tho
last five year. Put In simple terms, these result show Him an
'extract or salve prepared from ri'rtiiii animal gland and applied lo
akin cuts' and broken bone enormously ui ken the pTOOiM of hea!
a niaa a M . i - - - I m
ing by supplying artificially uie nasue cicrncni required ior new
trowlrt. Dr. Carrel pre-ditrt that a broken leg may lie mended in four
arlav and, akin wound healed in le than a day.
I The layman -an only marvel and hope that il tuny indeed he
vj. Hie Mving rr paw. inconvenience, nine aim money to rne vai
Tiortion of the rare forever being disabled by leaepr mishap wwiM
eem to place audi a diaenvery among the greatest and most widely
beneficent than science has yet given its. Dr. Carrel chose n good
moment for publishing hie new, which i already a afiiiring mark to
shead the record of 1913.
THE AUTO NO ARISTOCRAT.
'13 HEAR a great deal about tho 'atmosphere of arwWrucy"
that pervade the annual Importer' Automobile Show.
Bight -eylindor, hundred horse-power motor, with shining
'ultraluinrione" bodies panelled in rosewood and mahogany, uphol
atered in brocade and fine leather, display their eoatly elegamwe to
1U pablir These are all private car of the lasn degree of luxury
"designed fc. the exclusive use of millionaire.
Bat the automobile in Kurope to-iay i more Uuui that. It ha
an inanenae popular value: cheap, comfortable forme in which it
ocTiea everrbody. putting itself hourly at the dieposal of people wiio
never dreamt of being able to have a oar of tiheir own. The Automo
bile Importers could ematiy have had a popular tide show along with
their ariauacratic main tent. A dozen neat, smooth running, com
fortable taxicaba, equipped with every comfort and convenience, of
ihe eort that carry the people of London and Berlin every hour of
the day for sixteen eentv a mile, would have made valuable and
profitable feature of the importer' exhibition. Not so aristocratic,
of course but wouldn't Uie average eitir.en hereabout find bliem more
WHY THE GROCER IS GLUM.
fTTML WM8 erf the retail groier aa he unburdened tham to
I tilie Mayor's market eimimissiou would dnaw toars from a
stone. On one ide be uniat satisfy the modn houenwio
wlm dntunds that all her fruit and grotiu (toff lie of top-note
quality. A be put h: She want a super-apple. On the otter
hand he ho the farmer who, when he peck apple, atanda a stovepipe
in the middle of the barrel, put the good apple ontaide Dhe stovepipe
and the poor one inside, and then pull out the pipe. Ripping off
a atave reveal none of the true inwardneaa of. that barrel I
The upto-darte solution, of eourse, i to put the hoooewAfa, with
her trading eye, directly op againat bhe farmer with tik etoroplpe
game, and then step aside and an what happen. rVme good ma
ome of It but will there be any for the grocer f
j mui aa n m.
l i irrrl nKWVV II.
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j ! - j rR " HOO(,Y. I f
I (JOHN?) j That 5 ) FoCTke
rrifhi ll. bt Tin Vnm rubiuailo to. Tfc. Nr York K" WerMI.
fc'AKa'rV.V, m Ddiiffnfcr. unto the Neio Veor Litoav o a WUe
Damtct, n7i -pc rLClveth her o; limpluStp.
Oli. Providence, heor now my prayer, and drllffr m from
i the Beventten Deadly FolHei of Women .'
Riop from the writing uf perfunn.d nottt on th mornivi Arim"
unto him ai stale rhumpagnr Or a eymrt-Ot'rr
mini hath railed.
for uca are
Keep me from the temptation to tumnwu my Beloved over th-e trh
phone during builneMi hours.
from "dropping in" at hit offi e, ihtay me!
Deliver me from hecoming a BOItE and a liiitntlon!
From 0VMO91TJ concerning the "Oth. r Hoaion," oh f.ord deliver
tor that tii'ui do nyf knou ahull not tiuuble inc.
l.O, what proflteth it me to learn uhether it u a htoiul burglar
kfUNeMe who robbeth me of my jeuclt? And kM dolh it concern w
ieh-"lher the be a blond or a brunette, who nbttiactetlt my Biloted.
Let Ac regard her at a matter ot COI HKB!
FfUM thr atll ajg of QOMtTtONt, from talking about MYBKLF, from
the mad drtirr to be WITTY, oh deliver me
Make me like unto the Sphuu. uh n th: moon Ugh It up its 'unit en -ancr,
radiant, but M.i'.Y7'.
Yea, teach me to keep my 310V TH ihutt
Deliver mc from bctoming a I'Ot-KVH. ,
from doinn the "inimteriout." from 19 to txeUf n PMia'l lenlitt-iu.
Irom playing the 'indifferent," from n'ting "bored," from throning (hi
"tocirty" bluff, from doing the "balm" at. oh stay me.
For a poling woman it like unto a doming doll: amusing, but SO'I
And no man takelh her seriolitly.
From ficcoming a "clinging vine.' oh Provident'" tit liver me!
For Love it XOT a grappling hook; mid no man ateaifMeM in n stick
When a man teeketlt to go hit u-iy. give me the slu nglh to offer him
hit hat and cane, and joyously bid linn "Hod spo il!"
V.'Jl nwii.' ... . n , l.i.rt., In.., '
Deliver me from "nervet." and "icntitii rnrti." and "lempernm-rtit."
that may not no through Hft as a RttPMN SfaCNMM hf'h n bein-i
Yea, from WKHPIXU. d liver MC For a woman's teurs are M tall
watr which uatheth all the color out of a mo n't love.
From booming a OYXIC, from i-'king to appear ORIGINAL, oh stay
For a female cynic is unto a man as n porcupine that conttantly
shout' lit quills.
And cleverne.tt from the mouth of a woman fallcth upon him at n
blow from an untutpettrd enemy.
Y-ra. in Thy merty keep me from tint, folliet. and bestow upon i.
pray Thee, the perpetual smile of a was doll, the tell-conlrol of a tin
soldier, the figure of a calling-card. Hit motions of a pi t titim, the opin
ion of an echo, thr responsiveness of a rubber' ball, and the sweetuett
a iioplr sundae, that I may be, in all thmgt. a man's "IDEAL"!
You Can Be Your Own Beauty Doctor
VirrttfM. !. bj Th. Pnm ruMMaat C I
i. ariat worM). I
By Andre D upont
" iannaaiuijjajuTjnririjTi i , , asfar mm-11"
The Week's Wash j
By Martin Green
tamwIVJ am tArWdfK rTl
K WV ' iaaaaaaaflaaaaawi
COUO CKatfvi RUB
waaiBS v V
KEEPING THE CHAPS AW At.
M mo betharad with obaps."
aaid tha Avarafa Olrl.
rubblnc her smarting llpa
with on flnr. "What do
yau ao to heap tham
"Why, I'm marrlad. you know." said
tha Woman of TMrt , "ao youoc man
don't pay ma aa muii altanttoa a thay
uaad to. I auppose my athlerlc hutbaad
ha omitiin to dp with It."
"Smarty"1 aald th Ulil, turalna' up
har no. "You knaw parfaotly wall
that I meant ha chap that com on
your Up and hand and fao la tha
win tar. "
nlamed the Olrl aeoKocattralb
"Ordinary wasMnaT won't do. Thay must b aoakad when they set m auch a .
at. Hera, put your hand In Uila bowl of wini aoapy watar and let fhem u.
oh. re (or at least tan minute. Then rlna tham In clear water, whivh must be
warai; (or It only incree tha trouble to use vary cold water on chapped bond.
Be careful to dry tham thorouhly than rub in a little of thia cold cream.
No. tihat' not rlit. flraaar th cream on the back of one hand and rub It In l
with tha back of (ho other. In that way you don't waete any of the ureani, and I
It (oae Juat where you want It and does not get on the palm of the hande to
trewa avepythtne you touch. FVr a day or o you hoiild treat the hand, ml
way every time you waah tham."
"It eeema a lot of trouble. But 1 cue it's worth It to have nice luvkin
hand once again "
"Nonsraaa! It doesn't tk two minute to rub the oream on. As you want
your hand to get In condition quickly I
think you had batter wear lanjoline
ivee whan you go to bed to-nlaht."
"I tbougit I'd worn all th kinds of
glove In the shops, but I never heard
good looking If she had cracked lips and
red snapped hands."
'Mtow do you keep your face from
ehlng tMa windy weather?"
"Thwt t not difficult at all If you take
the proper precaution. Ia tha ft rat
place, I Improve tk circulation of my acta by washing my fan and hand In
tepid water every morning and then daahms cold watar upon them and wiping
them dry with a Turkish towel. All through th winter I am eareful to give both
face and hand a nib with cold cream tha last thing at nlcht. If you treat them
in th'. way there la little danger of their chapping.".
"That' all Very well for future refereawe. But euppn. th mieehlef ha bean
done? Look at my hand! Aren't rbey a etgnt? How can I go to Clara' bridge
party to-morrow afternoon?" said tha CMrt, extending a pair of rod and) grimy
looking pawa wtiti a Iraato gesture
"I can't promt to make them look lMy wbtte before then." aald her friend,
"but I rati certainly Improve their appearance very muoh. The Drat thins; they
need 1 oap and water "
"I waahed them lust before I left home. But It didn't aeem to do any good."
"Wall, what do you want u .know of those. "
about them? They're not pretty. Venua ' "Th ahopa don't soil tham. You make
herself would no longer be considered them yoursslf. On your way home atop
at a druotat's and buy a tub of lano
lin. Waah your handa thoroughly b-
for yen go to bad, ameer on the htno
llne and than put on an old pair of
white glove with th tops of the finger
cut off. The gloves must be loeee or
they writ make the hand red. If thay
are too tight they should be llt In aev
eral plarea to relieve th presaur. if
you wsar euoh glsvas at nJnht your
banda will get white quickly.
"If your tec I inclined to snap rub
cold orsaan Into It before you go out In
th wind and Mian add a dust of bow
dr, wiping off all rhat shows with a
ssft haadawrchlcf. When the lips crack
sad ok badly cold cream only makes them worae. They need an astringent to
harden them, 'fa best thing la tannin and glycerin. Any druggist will m.x It
bbbbVbKj 'bw i ' JaBaBBSr,
Keep 'Em Cussaing!
" : l I . I'm- C .,., Cii. iTIir Nik I nk l.teilUK Vt
hat William RsnkefslkMP,'1 fs efsller M4 ice stuck ateae) la in u
mnrked the htaj I'ollsluT, "is itoid."
the laintdry man
' .Some rel li Mi
here la way of
miiai In:: sela.
"Mr. Rockefeller ; '"I'1'
belunga lo the o-1 "B 11
aeu. wealed ..I 1 ll!' til
breln run,u:;i,i, nt I Hl"1 1 "' Waclltns men will keep runn.i
Tleaea have ctiaaC'
eit anil conditions
KIKNI VilllM BwiltMV fina
H L lit-ill Hit JCtlClll4E Uk)
l"rtll," 1111 Oi ' "
k4p fin h if
Thrice Told Tales
br lw. Pnes rublhtit
, ITS Mew Yerk Btsbw
bcj. j By Alma Woodward
' Mr. Ro. kfellcr
and hut kind dull t know it. They bSV
lived so long In an almnsphsrs of Btoney
that theJr vlalon is obe.-ured by the dol
"The average man a0OlVi MMl some
pert of his time ami MfVlcsS nust he I
given to hia fellow cltl.rns. Mr. Rooks
falter ha never come lo a leallxation
or that fact sii far as th record iiow
He, Rockefeller ha never served on a
Jtjry, has never attended a political can- '
vention. haa never taken any part In ,
any civic movement for the betterment !
of the people In aeneral. He ha taken I
a part in politics, but with the sole ob
ject of fattening his own bankioll.
"Mr. Rockefeller' offense in dodalnG I
a aubpoenu iasued by tne Speaker of Uie I
Home of Representatives Is not. per
haps, an offense against the law. But it
1 an offen.-e against good . ili.enship
aud good olilsanahlp i something that
"Wrapped up In Ills own Interests and
affair Mr. Rockefeller doesn't know
! a round in bi
t funic 1 1 ttx I
j Sulieer I at.
' "Oov, aulaer
it v her ti
politician li: it. I.
I The Day't Good Stories j
In Seaueh of His Home.
ArtAOBStJUt assMesl St eadOT BSjs
mat Cms dew but sM tt .Neil 1 SO
4. M ni loud rlag at list enrtil
rarawtsg a . wladev, h aiaeb his sea
mm; at I w assy fisessM sssaMr aCssjakd
wi ki we s wsauat.
e) saa ., ," sad muatu
-rv Jfassj nte sas ! -. newt"
M '1mm'" ssM ta part; itnumd unit
nr nniM. eet. Sfl Am wi mm lw nasin
atapJ ' bsil m W Usu sarnls! aim m
'WMs T" wo eaOuibsr en.isnUi
V wertte M sot bsfetf (. Vj I n
Tel. Jin. wuojg tn b tut a Ut 1 nue.
Sir it asj In. tn. i ,., tati durnaj tn sasssj
' lb. .liusient, ntika Uw old BMW .as diu
lii tOSJ uunssdhu at Mitl wm fains m .toiaul
lao, Hi. Jul. Mint
' naniu, lo ra SSakt"
Buna lauwsdiMely ajl itunu..
Jl " said he. n I si v ... i. , (
Ailrj m Ib.iUUob!" CtMeltad I'lun loaler.
tlon, ah out,
lllg V.r ctl
it tin. a.tiuB
O fSii.ih -MM 11
GetUnf Hit Bearing!.
Minui:. a.ir whs. .
inasM Hut in as
l haiaw. ran il1 nwlsMisnil it an
Im. Vmi as, ft'. iirtwlT i .i m. .i n au.
utk. Ml Ml ahyjjbjji "
Mo. i. ii Mjtiuaal. ir."
1 ' 'J'im i . Ii.fd In ti .lain ''
THK a,, f. HmwImj waua. switai 4 rh ; hS u M saoiMwU'l'
'!lurk a I. aMJa, vat a Vlasala ! "Dial's still taura rwpllnaia."
line bskot h taMMj aniiw no I ' tu.l wt aianmaa?"
i f I l tlMaSM) aOMSjatM af Um Vrll4. P.IU. "Tkal a U.a lialdaO nf ill
r1 SSMOSS M as (MM dastar who w. , "I liinarbt an, li.' t.n T,, D., a tinnhliig
lw.na.l lap Maes aa. feao. for atealla In. stand it Anil iw hmiM lim ra a i-,.i aia
HMM.M IMSMBjksia I rut ittui' y. sal kla l line far III. fral. lira. I m ;..in
OSS Ml f aUMaaraa tk uauoeau f Sss I I. .I,atln IM .hole Malkan ikaSII In .i,
im'C i'Msw r ss his asn sSMja, f. ' ta sa ii was ri cm- n I U.a
as t ayes. !: '- ditsial Itals Utaaa. ,
Her Teacher Said:
KD BaoOl ejaXul haa t fnunda-
oul. and sat la every-
t big, a fin dia
phragm, I .leuneas end so face and i
tt nr. of one angel'
Of'nouree marlmolll know that
Rom was not built In on day. n'est c
pa? Neither 1 the vole of grand op
eta bwttl In a montn or aix month
Msydeniouielle must work and ahe muat
let go pluslrura ft rhoe h. lov.
I No wine, no tight roraat. no lte eouper.
It U very dltrtrult thl alnglng. But,
ah' when se reward come!
When perhaps 'In three or four ys.
madomolsrlle And tierelf facing elite
an ae lira id nper tage and see so '
llllle while gloved hand applauding iaR
, . - .1. u -. u n i I
iia. aii eni S' IS. ain w. I
fnrgnllen and nneeliig but la glolr re
main Ah. inademnloelle, sat moment
Is wortn tnn year of work and I k
only thro oi four! illsvld ralculatlont
it taaahlag iiiaamc. : iona a week at
M a throw, mi
She Said lo Htr Friend t
II, m, dear, I can t tell you how
elated I am! I unit. I positively
sing tix my.
I've i.e. n I" ,i leMou Mnnleur
i'l.mn.ieu. you ksiow. .Oh. my dear.
th beat Hi ! alii' sell all Iks Ida wsj
crovolHng at tils feet: And Indepen
dent! Why. my dear, that man wouldn't
liesttste a mlnut to rsfuae to teach s
crowned head, If It didn't have s voles.
What do you think hs told ms? Of
couro. 1 don't want It t get any
further. I'm going to lie low and then
tusi hin at from th chrysalis as a greet,
Slowing surprise. He said Prima Donna
roles at the Metropolitan In thr or
four yea re dramatic aoprano, of course
Why, my dear, he's Juat CRAZY over
my voice Just nulty about it! He aaya
that with even sis months' lessons
and work I'll have kalf of tho really
"arrived" ones skinned a mil. But b
don't want to let me go at that he
wants to hold me until 1 can rea''y
stun them, you know.
Oh. do you wonder I'm elated' Have
a glass of sherry, do. And J"k sent
ma s hues box of the grandest mr-rons-wo'il
have a feaat. Paor Jaek! I
suppose 1 11 hav to break hi lie. 1 1
now, benaua I could nvr let my a.
i r go j nt to marry him, v ju know.
By Eugene Geary
from hi horn
He wend his wares
Humming th while. In a nurious style,
Awn unpronounceable ditty.
He haa grass. a from distant Palestine
That flourtehed by Jordan a waters.
And atrlng of bead that wr wont
fn Ih nocks of Araby'a daughters
The tasselled fsa on his grlaaly crown
la a rolla of Orient (plsndor.
And hi skirt, dirtdsd, hongs loosely
by the deep- Not vea held by s suspender
Is s loni, deep
the n his awartby ehk
Oastroylng his ollv complex: h,
Was it mad hy some Bedouin scimitar
A a token of pur affection?
And I asked: "Ar you Padishah,
Bhalk or Bey?"
"arreh, ure its nosjginte yer talkln'.
I'm knows to me frl'nds as Mike
Thl grass grew vr LaMg Island wsy,
An' thha had-fali they r. med in
Her Fnend Told her Husband ':
SAY, George, you've been failure at
most everything you've tried,
No. I'm not dippy, or even mildly ln
toaiceted. I've been Walling Mabel
Warren thl afternoon and I got the
inspiration from her
You've heard her aing. haven't you,
George? Don't you remember that night
at the w a Icon worn Tom Wright be
gan to eat the goldfish food out In the
conservatory because has voice made
him so nervous Well, It's wot sen that
now becauae she's been taking leaaon.
And that fellow Clemcnceau ha her
Hypnotised Into believing that ahe'll
lend" at thy opera In tmee yscra or so.
Now von look kind of Ilk a nyhrid.
You IXllH.D be French or Italian or
mostly anything from your lace. All
you need 1 a black velvet bertt. a
flowing lie, an espengive studio and
gall, colder n liquefied air. (let Jim
Brown to do some free press work
for you and we'll hit tbs trail for Chi
cago. Erverv one uaed to think Mobe Warren
a pretty bright girl and If 1hey cm get
ten s week out of her for thrr year,
with tier pipe a security, we ought
to strip the offspring nf the pork
packere out thr of a hundred thousand
la a year or so.
,1, .1 it.llllnna ami mllUtlilii of IihuR In '
. " ..:.rv. . .low
tnese i.niieu mates air ifsniuui ai nun
because of hi eel-like tactic. These
people take Mr. Rockefeller's persistrnt
and impertinent defiance of the House
of Representatives not so much a an
afbont lo that body of lawmakers a
and nil the lime, lie lias heen !u P 'l
lUc fin.e he began to e'ua.e II
! knows tile game from all l:a n lis IS -I
H has never ml any tnieei in life
i hut polities, and his election o tk
ofll e of Gov ernor hadn't change,! Uu!
, Oll.l . I HUI
"Aa a politician, he knows lust unless
lie makes good as Qevsracr he wU f'l
Into the political discard. Conseu'teni I .
It la up tn uini to make n.md. "In
maUing good he whl nave to tread mi
tlie toes of many other earnesi poll
llclans. That Is where lu polillsa
knowledge Is gointi to hlp him. Km
real, practical politician doesn't in n I
many toes ne smashes as sgn
as lie is helping himself.
"Th 'buetoaae nan' in acunos is si
ways the tool of tne politicians. Sevan.,
politicians are .tn.t'.rt' tiian the 'bus
uess man,' who doesn't ililuk anvihiti.'
is riant thai aaaa' I his o. k it si
tictuns make a tool of William iu.se
It will lie kiccause I.lev know . i.a u.i
better than he does. And on ui K iof
edge of the game depends nis who.'
an affront lo the people who elected the
n embeis uf th UCIMS,
' Rssentment ha Its erTect Tlie im
tionsl boclalll vote Is close lo .1
million. Mr. Rockefeller and hi Wind
are helping it along. By successful'.,
evading duties of ciilsenaffip that do gll
suit their convenient they ate Indon
Ing the contention t lint there la on law
In thia country fur ihe rkh nd nnoiher
for the poor.
"When It aamaa down to cases. th
people are all pCfJCrfUL They ar al Ja
in gnlng Into action, hut when ihe
move In conceit ,helr prnmeaa le li re
sistible. I'nwlttlngly, Mr. Ro. aefelier
is p'ovlng himself a i eci ulllng stent
Lfaa U lure lust btlilv Mr. Kouk-
MB.'1 said lb head noliahar
"that Hie sltsai ireatinent, or
total iet o: t!i voicr. haa tam
enjuiued on some of hi patient y
an eminent throat specialist."
"Tbs: explains It," said the laundry
i j if " i
man. "Col. Theodora Roosev
js cm uf tuuu pgttaau."