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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Tuesday, March 4, 1913
Such Is Life! -ai
Jrr By Maurice Ketten
Chats With Great
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P ii irj Dally Raetpi Randay iy the Pres. Publlahlag fontpsny. Not. 13 to
of the Civil War!
.t PBI , )fiiw. Ne-.v Yur .
llAMMt PI't-ITT.nfL PrrMdpnl. S:: Path Wow.
.1. AN'iii s sliuv, Treasurer, si l'rk Raw.
.KtSWPIf I'l'lalT.K.It. .I:-.. Sevretar-. Park Row.
KutOred u' the Pnt-tit'ee at Niw VorN as He' ond-claer Matter
abatcrtptinn nates in The Bventng i rot nmglend and the continent and
World for Ihe I'nli J Htalcs j All Countries In the International..
and Canada, roe let t'nlon. "
onr ,ir M.3AOno Tar 11.73
... Mi 30 (MM Month 33
Vol.1 Ml-; .v, NO. ifl.H'M
NOT A CONTEMPTIBLE CUSS.
Cirn!'l"; tin report of tin- Pajo eemalMM n Mm Mono
Timet, n i! itittKuiahed hanker of Hot on nyii "Pnjo in n COti
Ismptihln PWM, Me ii"r nol wnin farts; nil hi Wtttod 013
iii'wc." Tin.- shows ii eonfuiion of lonffuafTe qoI to navi bwn M
i us ; -ij from Hnaton. He thi( wilhwi iiirwn triihn fed; tho vonm in
not aynonymuna, bul 1"Ihj connote nst anottrer. Kiirihrnnnri'. tuJo
triiil in l'i'I til fact 1 1 up not Tii"1 fmih if Mirim-nt fhlMCioN
preferred i i senagtiongl nowa bj dodgrng iiptifn, rithof thin
Km uontinue to conte ulon with Iht news. Wn Will
Street Journal trtla f Hie nxpcrirnve of i min who u i h- I to borrow
miQind bid giltdgrd aorurity, Bankm refniod htm n the ground
tiuit Ihn munnt WW too stnnll fur thetn tn bundle. One of tin in
Ii Motr u" Hying: "If w lent ntouej in "1111111 roonnti iron on
;. il 1 -iii'il securities we should hire a I i iir extending from thl Bat
iiTv in notion,"
urii situation una nut mean n "Money Trmt. But it clow
mean flint )rij: finaiKi' litis m uniilili'd up tin1 money of tlx; town
1 lint While it id eiay tn borrow 1 million, it i wiUnifh hapooilbti to
borroi hundred IXOIpl from a limn shark. Thin may not pass a
in'ut, I ml it Id foci mil in la' giiiuauid inn ly railing the ttiitnll bor
rovrnji a "contornptibie cnaa."
THE DEW AN ARREST AT TROY.
UI'ON the arrot of DoMIM DOWU in Trov thlN nnodii n
lot of lirht. Ii id chirgod that the olijco;t of Mm urn-Ht wa:'
i'oi' tin pvrpoM oi' findinn oul wlmt evidenoe Iw hml no)iiif
t!io ho i-hIIimI "llirlnvn King.w On th' l hor bind, Muyor lturu
of Trov aaaert the irnni wm ilm to a suaplcion thai Dnwin ia oon
noctid aiith Incendinriea, Ii 1- virtually oonoodod th chirgi of
enrrrlng eoncoilod weinonx lunl no founditioBi Oni aids oilla ineh
nrreot "Teehntonl." The other Mile oali it nFmmm np."
On the ahoafing of it Iht it appenra Hie poikM ran in tlii-
ronnJtrj nnd under the fonna of law arrewt inybody they plun or.
iiaif!i m ehirgea ind hold them indofinitiljr, or at lrnat until the"
ImVI order from ii)li,'r up" lo.let fro. 'J'lu- Ufwan cast' ia, there-
lore, intereating to mom people than I'owpoee tho highwiy rinjj, or
tho ineendinrji bind, or eron both oonhined. The diffonnoi in lii-
rly ami in law between a frame up ami a technical charge is so
hard to diatingtrilh in aome caea it ihould le illnmineil hy t!ie
iitTongl 3( li'hl of pubHoity that an bl lnrnel ou it.
DOG MEAT AS A CHEAP DIET.
Wit ICS lltggeatang thai eivrlized man mj' aolve tho immediate
problem of the ilMrWdd eot oi Jiring by eating dog mait,
('apt. Amnndwen xpoke aa a philanbhrcrpiai rather than an
epicure. Hi tried it in the Arctic anil the Antarctic ami found ii
I tetter lliun no meat. When, however, lie add that it in cheaper
thnn botf he poes out of Ml province and talka of thing of which he
hdjfj no experience. Once dog meat i accepted a 11 delicacy, tho
price will riae.
A generatiion ago some antute atudenta of food problema dis
covered a wonderful wiore in the lielgian liare. The animal wa
introduced into thia country with uoh flouriah of sanguine predic
riona that the price of buck roae from fifty centa to fire hundred
dollar. Then haree beeayme ao cheap and o plentiful that in aoine
parti, of the country it was forbidden to turn them loose. A dog
diet might lead to much worse thing than the hire speculation.
Those that wish to try it should follow Amundsen to the farthest
north. The climate helps the taste.
A TRYING TO EVADE HOME RULE.
BY ASSEMBLYMAN WALKER a bill haa been introduced at
Albany to amend the chanter of New York so aa to confer
on the Board of Aldermen authority to grant to the owner or
leasee of property abutting on any afreet or avenue a licenae to e
tablslh a private hack stand on the etraet adjacent to lria premises.
There are several diatinct objections to thin meaaiire; its of
fenses aje mam. But one ia sufficient to condemn it and should
5e iufticient to doom it. It is an appeal to ihe Legislature in a mat
ter that concerns material interests of the city ami tlitou not con
cern the State. The regulation of cabs ami of cab stands ia one
of local government. It as certainly a pan of home rule as any
thing that can le imagined in municipal work.
The question of cab regulation has now boon under consideration
here for a venr. The appeal to Albany is therefore dilatory. It i
HO attempt to bead off reforms that are needed and are now vir
tual!" In sight. The COM is one where popular protest should be
made, promptly and with vigor.
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By Mrs. Gen. Pickett
OnpwItM. 1V11. bi To. fr QritlMdaa o. f
I'D.. N V' kiaaltic W.rull.
I 24 JVDGE L Q. C. LAMAR.
Confederate and i'ongrennman.
, , t t iV 1 I s . . aaM dfeaadtM lln.U...
1 v 1 t.i. n 1 ,m 3 iiiy urni .iiuuaoi.
nll Mi. l.tntmr to in. "f lft my Mtl
In CiMiaie." and WOtll nut to obey tho
rflii of my bolored Itate, Ti--ii'inpt. "he H
hh tli nutilluht In Uci)rl:i. IFpr elallR I hrd m
f tiir aatlon, ami 1 alood Irmly fcy hor wiin tiip par-
my Mtnti-. tiintis'ii 1 fir
mull' Mallai I has Uial
Ins i'. imp.
In r laldltnl I tulit my nolloalUH that thS S"ipiI ft. id- nf Ml.llppl ri--
niPtipii hip Bocooally wtileh imppiipit hor to tho MMree whlott aiip nu.i aiii I,
inn which eourao mi-t with oaf nmi hearty msi anavatMed aparovali nmi that
Oho lunki-it bach nHh It-mlpr rprpt to the t'nion WhOOJO dplln.- wp h;il wlah1
to a utrp. mill BadOr Hip p: otPi tlun or Whoao urii.i I BatlOBaHty Wa h.ul tlopp.l to
llvp a tij dlf "
"It nnit hnvp uppmnrt trani 10 you In Ip hOfO nenin "
"Yps. tiiirtppti ovoatral ypni had tmspa whan 1 was pIpi tp.t to tii Forty,
fiiirt CoMtooa, Whoa 1 wont in who do you thlnh waa tho Itral one to ippi njwf
M.'anpr Hi Otophone. Ha looked tup up anil ilon. anil then alinptv OS Mi
I lo k.'.l hlni aver anil Mid, 'V.-.. Mr. MophOM, bach afOlB hOth
" taetuo Qiilntn.
tare aloud 'Too, Mr.
utirle who nanip.l nip
In aorrpi a U W. C
Plnclnaatua,' alit Mr. Malno ono day. re ellnir my olon.i
nialnp.' I ri'pllp.l. 'ili.it K.ntliin.m .1 f.ivorltp of my
I ah.ill try to Iivp up to the niimp. tliniucli I ahn'l do It
'You Wt til. rnll.il Sf:itP. CiinKroiH to entPr tlip Con
droamy, portic mini
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Mr. Jarr Finds He Could Be Rich
If He Had the Luck to Be Crazy.
fpiirrai. Army aid you aotf Mr, Blalna eontlnuod. vp.' 1 proudly anawaral,
'I pfitpiel Hip CoafOdOmtO Army al 'olonp of a MtOOlOOlpPl rplmpnt. Ppr-
hapt 1 BheaM iiavp gottpn baeh into ollgrp- Barlhrl if you bad Maod taa
OPPOOlnf army aa OotOBOl of a Miilnp rPRlinpiit.' "
Sir. Lain.ir waa an orator of unusual ability ami OtoquenOo, oni rnuld do
anything with words to tlip utmost BOBOlblO limit, or thplr vhIup. Hp waa
prob.thly the only man llvlnj- who WOI llnaulstlrally lubttl pnotiRIi to dotlTOT
a euloiry upon Cliarlps Stimnpr which awakpnpd I'ip admiration not only of
CoBf read BH of the entire North, mil at thp same time )ld not llaploeeo the
He was a man of apparently oppOOlng o,ualltle. his
belnu capablp of the moat prartli-.il
OlOWfl and mpthols. Though limic
Inallvi) and ahapnt-mlnded and with
an air of reserve os If enrraspd In
depp study, he wa. yet conslderilp.
BttoetlonatO, and wpII Itited for the
wltinliiB of friends. KaJthful to his
eonotltuonta and the Institutions of
his State, he was an admirable niruip
IB Snut'iern politico, tine of his col-
loacaoa nM of iin:
'Tlier,- In atratiKeiy admixed In the
Blind or Lamar with bla typical
AanortcoaiOai M per cent of Oriental-
The last time I MW Jir Imar
was In hla BffiOO when be was Secre
tary of the Interior In Mr. Clevc.
land's flint AOmlnlhtratMn. A very
beautiful child was etuudln on his
doah ami hho 3We rotary was hloalaa
tho little handa and fpet and the
"I remember, Mr. Secretary." aald I. ' when I aw you kiss Mr. Clement
C, Clay, and 1 ia;i never fntget tlip baart-IOVlng iPttPr you wrote to him Ju.'t
after liia rOlOOOO from I'ort MoiWOO, which Mia. flay ahoed nip. plead'nrf
olth them to come jnd make their abode with you. aaylng that you ha1 a larse
hiiusp ami that ou would sharp It and your last dollar wltlt them "
' lip.tr old Cloy Up.tr old Clay!" smiling- In tPnder memory.
Then be earoOBOd the little child and aald:
if ont) my Nolllo could h.tv. prn h'm." referring to his beautiful wife,
vewwpw.wwwn n n-niinjmnjLfuwju ,t.
iLcttcrs From the People
juj . .iiiriryiri-"M gjBBgaal ' " - rnfrrrov g,
0i9Tilit. 10IB. til The t'rwn tutsietiiii
(The MO York Kimiiif g'aU).
ilratwer a few minutes n-foi
"A-anced do B. Jarr, Uft."
"Yae," aald Mr. Jenkins, "you can
knock a'l you wont to, (but I want to
tell you the old man haa B heart' Yes,
n'.r. be haa aure tot a heart'"
He raised hie rolre as he said this,
hoping hla appreciation of the hoas'a
generoenty might reoch the oare of
that gentleman am he sat In hla pri
"Want your money?" asked the
OOOhlor when Jenkins bad hurried
to dance attendance on the boas.
Mr. Jarr nodded In the affirmative.
"Well, here It Is," aald the caahler,
"but thp boea has put In a tab BgOlnOl
"Well, you'U hae to see him alioui
It." eald the 'ashler. "If you want to
stay home, bavin;: a good lime lieluA
Sick, and then expert to get your sal
ary raised, you certainly mut know
you for CO advanced." this Arm belter t ian I do. and 1'vp
"He's got a nerve not a heart!" cried been with tliem since the Spanish war."
Mr. Jarr. "Why. that t'O was the sal- Mr. Jarr eald nothlnej, it wltlt a dis
ary Increaee they've been four-fluahlag , iialnful gesture he spurned the cas 1
Guidebook to Gallantry.
by Alma Woodtvm'd.
of ERA CONDUCT,
bout down here for wepks and weeks
BllK onmes Jarr!" hloaed John-
eon, 1 i caOltler, looklM to
ward the door at the office.
First day he's ehowed uip here elnco
he wnis throaaonod nVith brain lover"
'Home KU.ve iiave It ooft!" sneered
Jenkins, the bookkeeper.
Ulave what eoftV The ihraln?" asked
tti ail..P '
nut birfi.rn Jenkins oould explain Mr.
Jnrr wsa closing the fflsss door of the
office and was albreaot of ttie caahler's
"Why is It that convales -enta. real or
bogus, always appear tn public In new
clothes'' Mr. Jnrr had a now bet, a
nnw "in mil and a new pair of ohoea
tie Hooked real tidy.
"Well, how's the boy" asked John
son, affecting great Intereat.
"You're looking in. old man. Had a
hard spell, I hear?" ventured Jenkins.
Mr. Jarr shook tis head sadly and
ga n hollow cough. There 5i.nl been
nothlio.' ihe matter with him at all. but
a couki, 1s alwaya gisl evldsnoe when
one Is claiming niry complaint from chil
Mataa tO cholera.
"Office did the right thing?" asked
I(s know well enough tt hadn't, aa
the VOOO bad put a tab In the cash
immAkW. .'. IHI' !l 1
Oapnight, 1313, b. The PSBB OoMUbhtl "". (Tie Noo Tirk Iroalai Wor! II.
TAKK you,' husband think that hr 11 iv r high urotnnt th hou'
you can takr him in like a Uttlr fio-of.
-4n ideal trite is just a hOMdeltoM J"'f. Mmhiatap tie heatttjl of a dull,
the devotion of a poodle, tkd clerrr Irtcfel of 11 monkey, the variety of J
1 ' hameleon, the originalitii ti of a parrot, and the tra tnhihtii ol a Teddy
Acme of Rudeness.
OgBMtoWB in Ihe Souths eel.
Ta 1 K Bis si It BtlolBI World
Cuit am Sgpsrionced reader give me
BBBai laforauitloa ahoal tho chanooo for
I yoani man out Woot, In Texas or 111
Moalro? A Iriond and I wlah 10 act
ho ntside w ork pB a ranch, or aoini'-
I tins uf th' sort. We nre tired of city
lid. oil do BOl know where to go or
.In-:, elos lo set k Information, therefore
He id'i'Ultl he Very grateful to any una
who 1 on Id advise us. U Oi
ttowatla larsaa'e Kale.
T tht Miter ul Tin I...1.11 d WotM
i n atory, "Taraaa of the Apog 1" ie-
teutly Naiohol In The RtfonlAg World
IT aS 1 oi. to . Indeed, unlike Bay Bbtn
that 1 havo over rai. And it laomi to
ggvo boon read eltb avidity and en-
. e . 1 to the last h tho maioiity
of newspaper sOdOlO Hut linaglne nut
int. n 1 Hggpgolntawm al teto uasatla
fori" y rinalo loavlllg IbO hprolue . li
ve-. ul .1 I lai.ne lo ionalaiit'. ! HIaia lo il.i , uni
as. uwjl luatlut-'ta uf goattnioati cooiiyl
Ignoring her a . -.we I iovp for thp man
and his proven love for herself, in order
thst she might eujov the luxuries end
station In life to with it ahe felt lierself
oatHlod. wltn tlie other mgn so Inferlot
in nobility and true heroism 'o Taraan,
pot otiee BOVBgO lover. The story
abruptly IsBTSQ wonderful Tarsau inly
a noble martyr. I and others had hiipml
for a happier let initiation to the sttsnge
and a underfill story. Turdou m pro-
I leal. Ci M'C.
I Til III. Mi: of I'll'- SSTSB HH Werhi
' Iteuders. if I buy article lot I- and
I tell It fur 31, What piollt hat. I mail..
tier ,ent. or 1311 Per oontr ru-aae
I explain foply bllefl.v. A. K.
i tas RtlgaettPi
To the IBUt SI 'if Tht Ressbsl Wsdd
Will lb BP (itte w no hue mado a study
! o' ng oUguattg loll ui which is the
right :e lo hang I uteri an flan
sheu It is drOPOd single on ,, wall
r leu Hheti you
stand facing Iff g l,
A man doesn't ask a yirl to "name the iay" any mine; hi merely pleads
outlly to loving her and then ciosrs his eyes white '"' iu-isc felttenei on
him and deeidei when he shall begin sen ing tfato.
-Wodf men seleet a Wife (is theif teouUt a tin e hord)' or a frllC irOttOTi
ui ' ording to her apprarate r, teeth, age, ;n iiii it, gait, and gronming. and
then ironder why she does not settle tfoMPB nntiiralhi Into the slon pM ploHfh
that Johnson thrust toward him; also
the tab for gjfi; the same amount belnr
deducted front the week's ."tipemd.
Pulling on his new gloves Mr. Jarr
strode serosa the office and Into the pri
vate sanctum of the .boss, w'here he
tottered and fell Ino a ehalr.
"What a the matter. (Mr. Jarr?" cried
the boss. Tray, what Ift the matter 1
You should not -you really should n-M
have come down la work until you were
"Forty dollars"' Miark.l Mr. Jarr.
"I beg your pardon." said the hois,
edft.ng toward tho door, "but 1 did not
quite grasp what you said' '
"Forty dollars'" repeated Mr. Jarr at
the top of his voice. "Twenty Increase
and the twenty that's been taken out of
"Hut yo.i got N3. 1 personally gate
yoa ti'n." crleu t ie Iboss.
"Fortv dollars'" sJtouied Mr. Jarr,
, picking up an envelope opener.
' ' "It la brain fever! He must bo MM
I mored'" thought the bos. In wild
And then he called over the partition:
"Johnson, give iMr. Jarr H" And here
after his aalarv i U) more a BWOth!
Now go home. Mr Jarr. and rest up."
added the bos. "It's all fight I eve- -thing
is all right."
And as Mr. Jnrr took ti e money and
departed John 0011 and Jenkins looked
after hint nnd. tapping their foreheads,
remarked Ln unison:
"Crazy? Yes. crazy as a fox!"
LATH in the afternoon send tie
.voting lady whom you are to aka
o the opera a eorsaKp houiUet of
valley ins and maidenhair lorn, it u-
Ing tba opei a season Mies are often U
a spru.v. And the maidenhair (ogualli
egpenslve) 'ii i rat kie up its edgoi and
go and die a .oul fifteen minutes after
The puts it on, hut no matter. Iho'll
hale you for It! Siu il hate yon because
she'll liate : i lllch pins In ,er gown t i
keep the thing on: and then most of
-he moist ne BlWaya OOBBB tltiouglt t IS
tin foil and tnahoa an Ugly njnit rig: t
li. (,'', I e N. a-k I. SBBM Wodi'.
so that If you don't succeed In knocking
in of the top hats under the BOBta,
you'll B4 least riffle them so BOrlOUel.'
Iha: they'll look like those fultny Tyro
lean ihlngs when their owners go Bill
for a drop of air between the act.
When the house darkens for the ov.
lUfO pul your otbOW on the arm I..'
tour j. ig : and Incline your bead grace
fully toward tour s iportlng hand. Tills
pose proves that you're a nius'r Iom r
BtMUl to drink in the bresth of life
The land migit alBO BOt as n Black
a MSOI'ber If I OU snore ver.v loudl'.
When tie- . i t. i n goes gown en t
on the front of her bodice, making ai . " J' ' ' ' '
. , veri i i ,iii-iii (iiiiniiiix. nun ope . n 'ii
iai'i. Here a a few of Ihe thiuga yf'u
bounuei necessary forevir after, t
oover it up. Hut it's the proper thing
to do. s.i send ,:, anyway,
Take a pocket flsoh and go over tile
interior of tlte taxi before IU allow
her to enter III )ugt to make pure i .at
tie chauffeur hasn't lefi a can of metal
polish, mac ,ne oil or axle grease
around to trace a dollcati deatgn on her
pale satin slippers Bhtl cobWBbti) gov a!
Hate about SI T', more than toil think
tin- fare ought '." "- tucked Into ) lUf
righthand vest pookot, so thai you
WOn'4 hate to hup tli young lad)
standing oui mi the ollowalk while you
arg'io with lite nietec. A you go in.
look with disdain upon the people in
tho lobJby, Vour sapreaaloa should i m
vey : ,
"Dear, dear, how bourgeois lie opera
is beoomlngi really' so many otranifs
faces and, my won), in gTtlEGT
P Maver huv a llhraito. A lluretto U the
trademark of Initiation. What need
has one Who lias been Steeped in
Moaart, Rooltovon Ht"i Verdi from
childhood, as hoes lullabies have been
the fire mUOte from "Walkuen" and
Isolde' i "Llobstod." of a libretto' Ifayl
As yon crush past Ihe six people who
ate In your row, manipulate tour rei
ought to say:
"He's coi singing as well ai imuat.
Ills iiead toncH are cloudy :o-nig4V;
Aii, bul no matter what his tauria, it a
t'i, golden voice, n'eot BO pas? fsa
:.oii notice how strident Bhe'B
in tn- uppei register? All the fault
her breathing. Clavicular brea thief,
Inatead of abdomlnali it's a bad fault.
Vou dldn'l h'-ar It in t in old daya,
tleluoi lombrlehi Ternlna Alf."
I.eate about foe minutes before the
i irtaln goes down so that you'll get a
shot at the taxis out In front. In lea . -ttig.
moke iiiiiP-is remarks about p ...
pie ejrho aren't COUrtOOUO enougi .
leaf- IhOlf seats and tret out
aisle lo make your egress as p'e.is.i
as poaolble. 'liiis will in rd I e pay pba1-
uro they may have gleaaad from thj
K.iidii.t, po lo .i reolaurent mhort thi
ba'.e tlie noisiest .aharel. end, BOO ye
the strains of -I'm Hatty 'Bout Mv
Haiti, lead lliihoon 00301" howl .tour
Orltlolam of opera, voice culture,
Btwaya being sure to have otir pro
gramme, face ,tp. on the table, so (hoi
tlie people win are listening will know
you're not fonr-'flushlna!
-iotern utgaifa woaid timylji fill ot'er oar gaotlcr i He raal 'o sap
' -rifi- (i wMiori aoiiais or in. rneamann, u any otuci pnyoioion M'aoithe arm
, i,rf liltixoii i- u i Mie 'or "liaehelontiM." Welgllln
1 The Day's Good Stories
When u toogtoa rewaii the btegciei her vontch'nee tfotra f the roott
g though il ii-ere her hglr; g not1 simply gins his a lOat i! Whitewashing
so that he n il! han u lin e, I'lrga vpn e in Wlicl (0 '"in Ot'ff again.
(Fr.ni Th. Wrtd iisuel
There Is s 13'lhCh gun al Sandy Hook,
the largest and on), one of its kind In
that can thrPB a projectile
1,033 pounds, under favorable
condltlona, a dlotanoo of about twenty'
He Was a Deck Hand.
nnt, hayi lirt'l'-l afirr long
Ml U. I f Ml uftM (tff. VflylM I
i hi . p'' lasfltW ind llMpH
KnglHnd is iii1 beat euatomtr iff 1
ioo4i Uncle 0am to ?. in iii
n KnfiiHiui pure has td rohUh from
LTnltad sititr-N vn i nix. Rt KtClll.TSt.
Takr (i man's MM0, uiunry. i$ oitimoutt. his 0iotthcs, and his Qmany i the Moond customer.
tht ttitton if you newt to, dnrn Hut don't tokr ani uf th m seriously. with nnoir half itt amount, and '-
lida a PlOfO tlnnl.
caii, tin i
on top liimaclf.
' H lairOon, nr." a.iiil tV ftMtolM ah
mm "t"it nti ibAiltd S' iSOldi ""'I pul I out
bn3M on top.'
"atOaf MoS oftfl aiifei-l. ja iff, PMMMfM
3'V'i g Of rlek rim I 1 iSgeigt Q thg lot I,"
$ the rr,4 ttOSM tlM (Op. Tit Hit.
To Save Himself.
ti"Y' ' "'
2 nil 1 1
I Nome has hands might to have a stiing lied around their Angers bl 'ore
guing dairn to thr afire tiery morning in order to rewind float "m' they
I nre PMtM leg
The population of Porto rti
was tatlmatod ul 1,113.013,
"Was your box party at the opera
"No: one ol my guest; kept in
terrupting me oil the time to iisten
to the music."
7 lie oi f i tiinrs nhrn o man
yrts it and ifttl In' has lost it.
fnllii nil n v 'i n o,ii,ii loi'i
A proposal on paper is north two "on btnded kn'r.
ptri I I'lile
Mrcr MWel tee f oitrt .
I ht rri, sif r I ,.tk. '1 .r'uiet l int ll
atdi ahl a tiie deabtful Isosof as ltd toteiasd
ip ilrfmt'l hint. An el isiin.t Mm net. Hi.
iit tllanMos ln i'i eouolr. Abate him hi 01.
I i in ii'.o -t"lSP .no aciu. lue r -sii III : ,r
- j i.Ue." Mo. i iti. oiuoaeri "utfaie i fn-.er
i n Is ales '-.ii i inr BueaioBsl
"To : BBV."
- "f .uml trial . .Ill I tilf'rr let h' in'
Tlie haroor of Havana. Cult I PO I lUtUB ship i 10 skrHfej WlsMbi'.l '
. ted as one of the iargeol an J gnoot I u lloos!
In tho world.
Cuba is 7ui miles long and vanes
In width from ghoul '-" to Ml lie
it is about the alae or fennaylvaalBi
"Will 1 oaf ter set herp w lulp fhe lnanr.
doetafi soM ul total lalMB'f'1
"iMSDDSf st the bar, Afl 'rsi eli-ad ug Uf
"Oolltf," t Irtrlaitd PlslB Healfr.
Dreaded the Results.
S PIPPIN ai,.i tlrhla i-r. Msoa T'..
oers sbBjfJhuj airtpg int. luaay Snnii
sftoaMoa m th ton uf tsob nsaMxiiii
''"- shea Bpifno, oba a ai . Bsaothasd
uf ipr, bross ii"- enawatot likooi
"lwk litre, ski man," sai-1 lit. .,,
rea w nr... isfuUi Blm gilsgi ibsbi bis
to mv fees, and lia tin r'Miwi tu ts-ii.,.
da invtiini it, boklsd m bsst a-u u Bsesi
rtiin 'i' to I .-no i., 1 By gat friaroia star,
SO Sa4 than, rPil knts "
"Von int me to orakUe ou!" sakf.1 MbYIB,
miidir laltfiag i'1 otoor fr.so .u
l it".'' eBseeied rmffi. Uimsim set Mt
alii tad at.rikli,f i Imtienuitli . Il switlil
ii" ma ill Hi. f..nri , .
la.k a-e. apkTia, lOB'll dl fart I... ',n
fhr ttfl f-'ir. y, raut aulnntl:. m.-an a..i
'ui- ai. I'-ins) gales of :ou. Il rial pa
Asm, old clup csa't i, dosf."-Ausaa,