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THE THEW TICWoRLDS WORLDS GREATEST GREATESTWOMAN GREATESTWOMAN
WOMAN PHILANTHROPIST OPIST
Remarkable RcJttorkn le Benefactions of ofW ofDTylVE ofis
W 3t ITY IXTVFIVE FIVE years tIUS devot devotHi tleotit tievutetl
it i > II til Hi untiringly untiring to the ills illst 11Islie tllalIblltOlI
tllhulloll ot a alIflt vast fill fillI fortuue
lie
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eta 1 0 r the IliGjifodr tll IJlo6rthat IIiotr tlint Is the thore thorellobl9recort1 re reMrlbla tov
v Mrlbla llobl9recort1 rl ablc recortf recort of ot ul Ail Mno Ailg A I It
o t + g g geln 1iM fle ohllItI o > glna BaronemisBurdett Baroheiis BaroheiisIlunlettCaultf II1OI elhl elhlUurtl
IlunlettCaultf Uurtl Burdett ttCouU CoUtta the greatest I relttt woman womanphilanthropist WOIIIIIIIIlhlltlllUlloplst womanphilenthtopist
philanthropist In English EuII 11 history h Ilt 01 If itnot If1I0t Ifnot
not Ju the history of the world worldThe worlllTht worldThe
The > Baroness Who 110 wns wns vas Born born 01n April April2i 1111
25 1314 Is thus In her eightyninth eightyninthyerit elghtlliuthYI elghtynluthyear
year YI i She commenced her active nctl phil philanthropic Ilh Philantlirople l ll1utl ¬
anthropic l1utl loplc work < when she wus 18 bill billtwentythree bllttve bdttwenty
twentythree tve twenty t three years 118 old oldShe 0111Sbl oldShe
She was u aa n daughter of Sir Sir Francis FrancisBurdett 1lnuelsDl11 branelsBurdett
Burdett Dl11 ett one of the chief Liberal 1011 1011ticlans poli politician 11011tlCIUUR ¬
tician ticlans of a century cantur ago Her Inherit Inheritance InheritOIlC Inherltaucc ¬
ance OIlC or nearly w10000OOO 10000000 Was II bes best be bequeathed lielluPothe ¬
t queathed < 1 to her by her stepgrand stepgrandmother slcpg step giand giandniotber lUd lUdJOt
mother JOt r the wife cf Mr 11 Coutts tho thobanker thob thol thebanker
banker bankerWhen b bankerlisten
When listen l the young young woman woman ollllln by IJ this he bequest hequest hequest ¬
quest quest became became the tIJcIJcall bend otn of a banking bankinghouse banklughouse bankinghouse
house second seeon only to the Bank of ofEngland otEng ofEnglaud
Englaud England Eng aul she sJe took the name of Coults CoultsQuceu ConttsQueen CouttsQueen
Queen Queen Victoria conferred a peerage on onher onher onher
her her la 1871 1871Including 187 187Including 1871Including
Including n ilK It does ninny 1III1n of themost the themost themost
most crucial periods lu In IIc Eugllsih En lI h history historythe hlRtol hlRtolI historyl
I the long life of the 13aroness affords n nremarkable aremalklllle nremarkable
remarkable review of events and andchanging allIlchlln andchanging
chlln changing ng conditions con ltlous Her munificent munificentbenevolence muulncl1ltbeneVolence ruunl0centbenetolence
benevolence set the pace for the rich richof richot richof
of all England Englrwq nnd 1 t1J I ythe 1e the resultH resultHthaye r re sultp ultl thaye thayebeen hat xe xeI a abeen
I been Immeasurable ImmeasurableOne hnme itnmeneurnbeOne sllrabl sllrablOne
One of this remarkable lemllrl < nhle womans womansmost womansI
I most active lieutenants and quite hermost her hermost helmost
most Important adviser was no less lessa
a personage than Charles Dickens DickensThe DIckensELe
7 The great novelist was familiar with withevery withever withevens
every ever phase of life In Londptijs r Londons u1l9nii squalid sgtIalitlEast squalidEast 3111111111East
East End and togetbelthe together the two two visited visitedthe visitedthe Isltellthe
the wretched dens and nnlll1lanllec planned loving lovingly 10ln 10lnly lovingly ¬
ly wholesale reformsOne reforms reformsOne IcrormOno
One of the first things accomplished accomplishedwas i iWitS
was to demolish a low den tlCldor for thievesand thieves thievesand thleveflIUlll
and murderers umecrCls In llethnal Qrccu nnd nnderect nndcct anderectly
erect erectly cct In Its stead blocks blo ks of model 11I0111111011 11I0111111011lugsthe dwell dwellings dtvtlllugsthe ¬
ings lugsthe the Baroness was was VI1S really lcnll the pio pioneer ploneeI pioneer ¬
neer of model dwellings in London Londonwith lollcJonwith Iondonwlth
with every accommodation In theshape the theshape thtRhape
shape of laundry luundr baths etc etcnnllu etcnnllugOOlI anti n mgaol ngood
good library and reading roomAll room roomAll 100111All
All this wns for people who had beensurrounded been beensurrounded bellIRUllounded
surrounded by b abominations of ejfcery ejfcerysort cver cversort c1 ery erysort
sort whose every breath had suckedfu sucked suckediu su ked kedin
iu foul stench and whose every foot footstep footJ ¬
J I step hail IlatlbeCll been in slimy pools 1100l and and de decaying decaying e ec1ylng ¬
caying refuse shot from dust carts cartstruly cnrtstrul cartst
t truly trul a trap for fevers and n Jll loathesome loathesomediseases loathcsome loathcsomediseases 10athesoDloI1lscases
diseases Thesp buildings were erected erectedflom erectedomJ erectedt
t flom sons omJ half a 0 century ec tury ago agog o and they still stillhold stillholl1thelr stillhold
hold holl1thelr their their own and are Indeed in ad advance advance advane ¬
vance of r some of later date for drainage drain drainage dlalnage ¬
age ventilation el1llln tlon and light lightForty lightForty lightForty
Forty odd years since a treaty was wasmade wasmnlle wasmade
made with France I raDce on the basis of reel reciprocity reclproclt reelproeity ¬
procity under un er which large quantities quantitiesof
of French silks were Imported to the thopractical thepll1ctlcnl thepraetlcal
practical abolition of the East End Endhand Endhanll Endhand
hand loom Industry Indush The wearers wearerswere wea weaverswere elS elSwere
were absolutely starving for want of ofwork orwork ofwork
work when Lady BurdcttCoutts came carneforward cameforward callieforwnrd
forward as the principal supporter of ofan 01Oil ofat
an association which had been formedfor formed formedfor olmellror
for the relief of the sufferers Somo of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them were started In small businessyounger business businessyounger busInessOl11lger
younger ones were trained for usefulemployments useful usefulemployments usetulewployments
employments and a sewing school was wasalso W wasalso S Solso
also opened at which women of of all allages allages allages
ages were received the workers beingprovided beIng beliuprovided beIngprovllled
provided with a good meal at the out outset outEtt outset ¬
set of each days work workHfere workIreren workhere
here Ireren a Urge number of o cc persons were wereemployed wereewployell wereemployed
employed at plain needlework their theirearnings theilearnings theirearnings
earnings ranging from eight lgllt shillings shillingsto
to fifteen shillings per week veekl a verysubstantial very verysubstantial verysubstantial
substantial substantial addition to the scanty In Income InrOWe income ¬
come of these families for many many of the themen theulen themen
men had only ani the casual work which whichthis wlliehIhls whichthis
this bounty provided for them themTho themhe themThe
The he lads were specially looked after aftermany artprruany aftermany
many of them going to sea and on there therewas therewns therewas
was In fart a complete completes system lteru of ofcarefully otcareflilly ofcarefully
carefully devised help for young and andold andoltl andold
old even eento to tho engagement of of profes professional plOOS510nolllurc8 prolessloual ¬
sional 510nolllurc8 nurses nurses for tho sick sl sick and substan substautial substantial s bltan bltantlal ¬
tial moneynid money money aid that the tbd homes pf the thepeople tbepeople thepeople
people might be beltept kept Intact Also a aconsiderable aconslderablc aconsiderable
considerable number were sent out toAustralia to toAustralia toustralla
Australia as emigrants the baroness baronessnot baroneEsnot 3arouess 3arouessnot
not only ani defraying the cost of their Ithelrpassagebut theirpassage theirpassage
passage passagebut but also advancing sufficient sufficientmoney suillclentIf
If rf money to to keep them tham1n In comfort until untilthey untilttey untilthey
they had made mndea a good start In the new newworld newworll1 newworld
world It Its Js good to torecord record that this thistrust thistlust thistrust
trust In the people was not abused abusedthe obusedtbe abusedthe
the whole of the money advanced being beingsubsequently beingsubaequently beingsubsequently
subsequently repaid by instalments instalmentsWhen Instnlme InstalmentsWhen ts tsWben
When the bitter winter of 1801 over overtook ocrtook overtook ¬
took the tanners of Bermondsey and antithey andthey allllthey
they could co ld not nottollow follow tlielr occupation occupationthey oce occupationthey pntlon pntlontht
they tht were also helped In a substantial substantialmanner substuntlnlmanner substantialmanner
manner The magistrates of the policecourts police policecourts policecourtB
courts of the neighborhood nolahborhooilwere were Inun Inundated Inundated mouesdated ¬
dated with applications for relief and andthe audthe antithe
the Baroness had her own agents at ntthese atthe atthese
these the e courts who inquired Into the thecases tillcas theeases
cases cas > s and promptly relieved themMaly them themMany thenlInll
Many Inll will wll11emembel remember the thecbolera cholera epl epldilute cplI epidunile
I dilute which raged among the poor poorof poorof 1001 1001of
of the East End End of London between betweenthirty betw betweeni el1 el1thirty
i thirty and forty fort years ago The part partthe Ilartthe partthe
the Baroness played Illaredln In relieving the thesufferings thejiulterlnss them1rerhmgs
sufferings of the victims Is beyond all allcompute allcompute allcompute
compute In addition to paying the tinesalaries thesalaries thesolllries
salaries of n qualified medical maneight man manplght manplght
plght trained nurses two sanitary Inspectors In Inspectors InSpcctOl ¬
spectors and four men to distribute distributedisinfectants tllstrlhutc111sln1ectnnts distributedisinfectants
disinfectants her gifts of food and nndclothing andclothing andclothing
clothing were on a most lavish scale scaleTake scalerakc scaleTnko
Take one weeks gifts at random and andthis anllthIs andthis
this is tho wonderful total One thou thousand tbousl1nd thousand ¬
sand eight hundred nnd fifty shillingtickets shilling shillingtickets shillingtickets
tickets for meat 250 2 O pounds of arrow arrowroot 011OWloot arrowroot ¬
root COO oo pounds each of sago and tap
loco thirty pounds of black currantJelly currant currantJelly CUl1llDtJelly
Jelly fifty gallons of port wino twen twentyfive twentylho twentyfivo ¬
tyfive gallons of brandy twenty gal gallons galIons galI ¬
I Ions of beet tea COO quarts of milk
c 100 blankets 400 yards of flannel nnd
400 assorted garments At tho same sametime SOmetime same sametime
time vast quantities quantities ol obe4 beading Jng were werepold weregold Wereold
gold old at cost price ti tlor > the people nnd nndmany nndmnny andt
t many new appliances and remedies remediestrcro remmlllSficrD remediesqcra
trcro tested In a a nractlcal manner
he Baroness Burdett urdettCoutts BurdettCouttsThere urdettCouttsrllele Coutts CouttsThere
There Is not a costermonger living livingIn
In London who has not the greatest greatestveneration greatestIl1elatioll greatestveueeatlou
veneration for her who Is known as asThe nsrIle asThe
The Baroness She hasbeen haa Jas be been n their theirbst thellb theirbest
best bst b lIt friend for many IJInny yenrsjr YPo18ibas has uas fought foughtUiVlr foughttheir
UiVlr their battles when Buinbledou Ihlmbl llon In Its Itsnewest Itsnqellt Itsngvest
newest finlIi form threatened ttilentcnet their partial partialextinction partJ partialextinction l lxtlllctlon
extinction and they tht > Yl1re are not likely IIkel to toforget tolOlI11t toforget
forget that us n body they owe their theircontinuance theirconthllllillce theircontinuance
continuance of favored positions and andmany andmnny andmany
many mnny other olitil benefits b benefits neftts to her her I r ready ready libel 11beralityNew liberallty libelalltXew
allty alltXew New York WorldBRAZILIA World WorldBRAZILIAN WorldBRAZILIAN
BRAZILIAN AVOCADOS AVOCADOSIncrtailnc AVOCADOSIlIcuaaluJ AVOCADOSIncraelug
Incrtailnc Popularity lopIOl rlly of the AUIc Alligator AlligatorPear 1II ator tor torTear
Tear TearThe learlhe PearThe I
The Increasing popularity of the avo avocado ovocado avoeadu ¬
cado or alligator alllgatorpe11 pear has brought the theBrazilian theUlltzlllau theBrnzllhan
Brazilian variety Into great prominence prominenceof
of lute As u matter of fact the fruit fruitIs 1rultIs fruitis
Is not u pear at nil but belongs to the thelaurel thelaurel thelaurel
laurel family rlmll The chief authority on onthe allIbe onthe
the subject Is a picturesque West In Indian Intllan InWan ¬
Wan who Imports these exotic dainties daintiesand tlalntlesnnd daintiesand
and who Is an enthusiast on the sub subject subjlct subJect ¬
ject jectThe
The avocado II ocado he hesllld said Is food and andmedicine an anJnNlIclne andmedicine
medicine as well as refreshment refreshmentWhen retreslnuentWhen refreshmentRben
When nature made mn o It she Intended It Itas Itns itas
as thi highest development of the vege vegetable vegetable ege egetablt ¬
table world It Is delicious but not notcloying notclo notcloying
cloying clo lng It has Its own characteristics characteristicsbut
but will gratefully accept all other otherlluvors otherIhtvors
lluvors For this reason It Is the only onlyfruit onlyfruit onlyfruit
fruit which can enu a be eaten plain pllllnwlth pllllnwlthpeppel with withpepper withpepper
pepper nnd salt with lemon juice and nndsugar anllRugtlr andsugar
sugar or with a salad lIalt d dressing dressingNew dressingNew I ICV
New CV Englanders have made It ItInto ItInto itinto
Into a successful pie which whichto whichto whichto
to he candid I do not recom recommend recommend ¬ i iulImd
I Ibarous
mend because I think pies are bar barbarous barbarons ¬
barous and Brazilian cooks convert convertIt
It Into a marvelous custard pudding puddingTho llUddlnglh puddingflue II
flue lh peculiarity of the pulp is that It Itcontains Iteontlllnll itcontains
contains u large amount nll1ounto1 of fixed ell oil oilwhich oilwhich oilwhich
which gives It a nutritive value supeelor supe superior ¬
rior to thuollve th oliVe and the peanut and andmakes andmolws andmakes
makes It almost almost equul to the egg eggThough egglhough eggThough
Though a stranger In New York jt jtIs It Its t tIs
Is s known and loved In every tropical tropicaland troplelllund tropicaland
and subtropical city It Is grown in inthe Inthe fnthe
the West est Indies Central and South SouthAmerica SouthAmerien
I
America Hawaii the Far East North Northern Northern ¬ I Irll
ern rll Eastern ana Western Africa AfricaSome AfricaSonic I
Some enterprising Frenchmen have a asmall asmall asmall
small orchard not far iI from Palm Beach Beachou Benchonn
011 the Florida Coast and in n Southern SouthernCalifornia SouthernCallCornla SouthernCalifornia
California there are hundreds of trees treesnow treesnow treesnow
now bearing The finest Uei > t variety Is ISlIot ISlIotthe not notthe notthe
the Mexican lIexl an or ortbo tho Venezuelan or oreven oreen oreven
even the Chinese us Is claimed by trav travelers travclers trayelera ¬
elers but the Brazilian and ot at these thesethe thesethe thesethe
the very best come from the Island of ofMarajo ofInrnjoo ofMuraJo
Marajo at the mouth of tho Amazon Amazonjust Amazonjust Amazonjust
just opposite to Party The fruit Is of ofu ofl1luRtrous oftr
tr u l1luRtrous lustrous almost vitreous green The Theskin Tbeslclll Theakin
skin Is very tough rather than hard hardso hardso hardso
so so much so that It should be cut with witha
a hard steel knife ImlfoN1w New York Post PostHabit PostHabit Posthabit
Habit of Inunltj InunltjA
A ctudcnt of child life and develop development dln1lopment development ¬
ment devotes a considerable portion POltlollor POltlollorIt ofa of ofa
a volume embodying the result of his hisinvestigations hisInestlgatlons hisInvestigations
investigations to time subject of ques question qustlon qurstion ¬
tion answering lIe does not advocate advocatethe advocatethe advocatethe
the encouragement of silly und Inane Inanequestioning Jnanequestlonlug inanequestioning
questioning In which children cblldlensolI some sometimes sometimes e etimes ¬
times persist But this he says results resultsfrom 1esults1rom resultsfront
from lack of proper mental occupation occupationand occupotlonana occupationand
and the tb childs nilmLshould be at once oncedirected oncedirected oncedirected
directed to something Interesting or orpuzzling orpuzzling orpuzzling
puzzling as there Is such a thing aa aaforming nsfOlmlng asforming
forming a habit of Inanity But any anyreasonable anyreasonable anyreasonable
reasonable desk desire for Information Informationwhich Intormotlonwhich informationwhich
which shows Itself In the thousand thou80ndaM thou80ndaMone and andone andone
one questions asked by the normal normalchild normalehUd normalchild
child from dawn to dark It t Is criminal criminalto
to disappoint It would be less unkind unkindto
to refuse bread and water Perhaps PerhapsIt
It Is wearying to go patiently over fa familiar tomllJar famillar ¬
millar ground groundtbo tho a abcs b cs Of life not notonce notonco notonce
once only but again and again but the theparent the1I0rent theparent
parent who Is too toolndoltnt Indolent or selfish selfishto selOshto selfishto
to do this Is in reality starving his hischild hiechild hischild
child and no later acquisitions ever everquite eVefquite everquite
quite make up In the mental develop development developIJent developmeat
meat what was denied It In Its early earlyexpanding elUlyexpnntllllg earlyexpnndln
expanding years Just as lack of phydeal phy physical pbyslcalfood ¬
deal slcalfood food when the new bones bon s and tis tissue tisIIno tissue ¬
sue most need It will wll1l result sult In a stunt stunted stuntcd stunted
ed body which no no amount of litter lateifeeding Jlteltee litterfeedipg
feeding tee lpg vlll ever bring up to normsize norm normsize normslzc
size
The Law Lal Lti Uuilaoil UuilaoilOvercrowding Uulne UulneOve1eroy nusineleOvercrowding
Overcrowding Ove1eroy lng Is the motto of the theday theda theday
day da The factories are overcrowded oelclovded oelclovdedl overcrowdedline
line l + jle theatres are overcrowded The Theonly Theonly he heonly
only reason why why oue does not say that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the street cars are overcrowded Is that thatthey thottlwy thatthey
they are feoraethlng worse All such suchovercrowdings suclJovelcrowrllngs suchovercrowdings
overcrowdings however are sparse sparseness sparseness sparseness
ness and andlonellnoss loneliness compared with withthe wltbthe withthe
the overcrowding of tho bar In 1SD1 1801there 1SD1there lSGIthelO
there were fiftyeight law schools with withC073 withOi3
C073 Oi3 students Now according to an anestimate onestlmato anestimate
estimate made by Prpfessor 1 > Huffcntt Huffcnttof
of Cornell Cornollthcre there avt amp > 120 schools with with1OOO
1 1OOO 1000 students Meanwhile M amvblle the num numhe numhe nummbe
he of full fledged tledge lawyers la V cr8 In the theUnited theJnllNl theUnited
United States Is saidby the last census censusto eenlUSto censusto
to be about bout 114000 No other prolesslan profes profession proressian ¬
sion with the exception of teaching teachingand tellchll tellchllIud teachipgand
and of medicine Is so so populous populousOhl populousOhleago populousChlcage Chi Chicago ¬
cage Tribune TribuneDoctor TribuneDoctor lrlbuneDoctor
Doctor With 1COO lriOOraUent lriOOraUentAt rattenti rattentiAt Patient PatientAt
At an Inquest held on an old man manwho mnnwlio manwho
who wlio was found tounllde1tlIn dead in bed at the Ben Benfrew Renfrew nenfrew ¬
frew road workhouse Lambeth tho thomedical thomedIcal timemedical
medical evidence showed s sowed owed that the man manhad mnnh1I1 manhad
had died some seven or eight hours bo bofore boo boofore before
fore being discovered Dr Easton said saidthere soldthere saidthere
there were ItiOO Inmates tunntesana and ho was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the only medical officer Tho night nightnurses nightUUrlles nightnurses
nurses each of Whom had 300 persons persondunder personsunder personsunder
under their care went through tho thowards thowords thewards
wards once every two tw hours Tho Cor Coroner Coroner Coroner ¬
oner said I cannot see how one med medical meaIcal medteal ¬
ical officer cuu c u examine such a largo largonumber largonumber largenumber
number of inmates JnmatesThero There seems to tome tome tome
me to be a false sense of security securityThe IccurJtyrbe securityThe
The Jury expressed the hopo that the thopress theprC thepress
press prC s would make this disgraceful disgracefulstate disgracefulIItoto disgracefulptato
state of things known Itn knownLnnrlnn wnLnnrlon London Mall
AUTOS HURT ROAD HOUSES HOUSESThey HOUSESrhe1 HOUSESthey
They Are Said to Bo Driving the liorsemei Horse Horsemen 1I0neInell
mei men Off the Country Countm Honda HondaThere floodsThere tactileThert
There arc dark days ahead for many manyot mnnTot manyof
ot the road houses on tho principal principalhighways llrlnc1llnlhlghwas priueivulhighways
highways leading out from this city lu luall I Inall
all directions and according to the pro proprietors 1110Ilrletors proprletors ¬
prietors the trouble Is due to the auto automobiles IIl1tOmobllell automobiles
mobiles largely largelyItoad lor largelyItoad < ly lytontl
Itoad houses first came Into being beingwhen beingwhon beingwhen
when the highways were used by bytrlp bytrlpllera tray trayelers travelers ¬
elers In stage coaches or on horseback horsebackJinny horsebackMany horsebackMany
Many of the houses built at that pe period pcdod peclod ¬
dod are still standing and are well wellknown wellImown veil veilknown
known landmarks When the therollrontls therollrontlsenWe railroads railroadscame railroadsCaine
came Into existence some of the road roadhouses roadbouses roadhouses
houses went out of business businessA
A few rowyeora years ago when cycling was n ncraze ncraze acraze
craze prosperous times came cam for the thewayside thewt thewayside
wayside wt slde Inns The oldtime houses houseswere housesworo houseswere
were not able to accommodate ncc mmodnto all the thepeople tltepeople thepeople
people who came their way and bun hundreds bun11r bundreds ¬
dreds 11r tls of new Inns were w < reeretell created Then Thencycling Tbencycling Thencycling
cycling weut out of fashion over night nightaud 1I1ghtlnd nightand
and many man Innkeepers Innltcepcrstound found expensive expensiveestablishments elpen81oestobllsbments expensiveestablishmenln
establishments on their hands with no nopatronage nopatrpnage nopatronage
patronage except XCOlt that derived from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the driving publicRoad public publicRoad publicnoall
Road driving drlvln began to pick up a year yearor yearor
or 01 so ngo and the road house proprietors proprie proprietors proprletors ¬
tors began to takE > n roseate view of ofthe ofthot ofthe
the > future as their receipts Increased IncreasedThere IncronsellEhero increasedThere
There was more money In one driver driverthan driverthan Irlvelthan
than In several cyclists But at this thisturn thisturn thisturn
turn of the tide of orthe the hotel hotelowne1s owners at affairs atrnlrs atfairs <
fairs the automobiles began to whizzand whizz whizzand whizzanti
and snort past their places placesThe plncesThe placesThe
The result result has been to scare the road roaddriver roaddrhcr roaddriver
driver away tho Innkeepers say Men Menhave Menhave en enhave
have either abandoned nbau oned driving alto altogether oItogether altogether ¬
gether or have sought the back roads roadsor roadsor
or highways where they are free from fromthe frowthe fromthe
the annoyances of the automobiles automobilesTheir automobilesTheir automobilesTheir
Their patronage Is lost to the hotel hotelkeepers botellteepers hotelkeepers
keepers The owners of the autos give givethem ghctbemllo givethem
them tbemllo no compensating patronage patronageThe patronageTbe patronageThe
The proprietor of one road house sat saton saton
I on the front veranda of his place the theother theother theother
other night having absolutely nbsolut < ly nothing nothingto
to do For many years his house was wasn waIJII wasa
n popular resort In Queens County Cliunt In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the summer time It was always alwaysthronged alva alwaysthronged E Ethronged
thronged with visitors In Inspcaklnt speaking of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conditions that Itnvo overtaken overtakenmen owntokenmen overtakenInertof
men Inertof of his business he said saidWo saidw saidIVs
Wo w had a good thing of It when cy cycling C Crllng cycling ¬
cling was nil the go When that died diedout l11crlout 1101out
out wo missed the cyclists but driving drivingpicked tl1llntpickell drivingpicked
picked up and we could have madeout made madeout madeout
out on what we got ot from the horse horsemen horstmen horsemen ¬
men But the nutomoblllsts arc put putting putIIn puthag
ting IIn us out of It business businessThey bURlnessTbc businessTbey
They Tbc have hll driven the horsemen horsemenfrom horsemenfrom horsemenfrom
from from the roads and andthey they themselvesseldom themselves themselvesseldom th mselrN mselrNsei
seldom sei om stop within twenty miles of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their starting place The cold fact is isthat Istltat Isthat
that road house business Is s n thing of ofthe orthe oftime
the past pastSly pastfy pastMy
Sly fy lease leas < 1 expires next year and anddown anl1Iown antidown
down comes my sign It has heei heeihanghmg neea hee1hanging neeahanging
hanging up there fdr f r three generations generationsThis generationsThis fenClnttonsThis
This house has a great reputation My Myfather 11 11father Myfather
father made mallemoney money here and my grand grandfather grandfather grandfather
father before him I am able to give givebetter ghebetter givebetter
better accommodations than either of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them but there Is II no trade to cater oter to toNew toNew toNew
New York Sun SunInternational SUnIntuDaUonal SunInternational
International TelephonyParis Telephony TulejilionyParis TelephonyPari
Paris Pari is is the centre of an anlntCll1atlonn anlntCll1atlonntelephonowlrJlel international Internationatelephone internationaltelephone
telephone telephonowlrJlel wire wir net Its extreme ends endsare tnhIIle cordsare
are London Hamburg Berlin and In Inconnection Inepnnectlon Inconnection
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miles making maldn the total about 1000 1000miles 1000I 1000miles
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