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VOLUME E 42 NO 14880
i THE BROOKLYN HANDICAP
tPlcturo denlcra on Fifth nvcnuo any tlmt the colored
sporting prints ouch as our forefathers liked have not
been eo much in demand In a lifetime na now Alllnns
tGQ most popular are those of horseracing scenes What
o pitiful handful of spectators the Ascot aad Derby
grand stands show In thcso old prints an compared with
+ tho crowd of 30000 or 40000 per etas due at Gravccend
today to eco tho Brooklyn Hamllcapl Never were so
many men BO much In love with that prize product of I
the animal kingdom n thoroughbred horse
Wiso In his generation la the youth who returns to
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110 city tonight with a share of tho bookmakers Iticiu
in his roll liven the prophets lrae bee puzzled us to
twhleh horse waa 1o be the dead sure thins of the day
< Richard Harding Daviss Mr Van Dibber came back to
o town from a similar outing elated with tho reflection
that ho had Won 100 by the bets ho had not made by
r19s neglect to placo hla money ou the homos pointed out
na L certain winners There are thoso at tho race track
ptollay who arc likely by nightfall to envy Van Dibber
Y his serenity of mind
ir Seeing lint llrnilnir Thr Churchill blackmail trial
i throws light on the nisi of the scnsn of teeing and hear
Ins In the red IIght region Apparently they are not mod
at tho same time Llto the model nmll boy the discreet
disorderly housekeeper when she lUll been seen wns not
heard
AN OPENING FOR PIiILANTHROPY
I In the way of money giving Andrew Carnegie lends
4 ° the world with gifts for various endowments amounting
to more than fifty millions of dollars Mr Rockefeller
has given some ten millions to his Chlcngo university
and nearly as much moro to religious objects Mr Mor
i gan has also been a liberal giver to religion to learning
1 and to charity
x i All of these expressions of philanthropy are com
6 mendable and somo of them nre admirable But no one
of them serves so good and useful a purpose us Is fur
nished by the opportunity now offered to tho corpora
lUons controlling the anthracite coal mining Industry To
ilncrrose the wages of their workmen would extend tho
beneficent agency of philanthropy over a wider area than
hcs been reached either by a Carnegie n Morgan or a
r Rockefeller It would Immediately Improve tho condition
of 150000 deserving families and promote tho prosperity
t of all the Industries depending on them It need not cost
o anything ns the cost could bo forthwith transferred to
the coalusing public
It is a magnificent opportunity for philanthropy but
we do not believe that tho coal magnates will recojvilze
t It They Ire not built that way
Tlie 1oliit In nUllIItIn the Tammany game of ping
1 pong It Items to bo a disputed point whether Its Wantage
In or Vantage out
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MCltCUT EVOLUTION
Tho report that the ubiquitous and omnipotent
Morgan has now laid his plans to capture the soft coal
t business and to form a threchundredmllllondollar
rrust will surprise no one The only comment on the
announcement will bo a mild wonder that It was not
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done long ago
rho absence of a bituminous coal combine Is an
t absurdity In a country which enjoys tho advantages and
benefits of a hard coal trust a railroad agreement a
t steel corporation and a shipping combine These are
all good things to have especially when taken In con
nection with such blessings as a Meat Trust and a
Sugar Trust
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Fc The soft coal combine may bo temporarily delayed
Tby the strike situation but it Is bound to coma If theca
is any truth in the theory of evolution
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1r A LOST OPPORTUNITY
The effort to conduct a metropolitan enterprise on
i a country store basis almost Invariably falls It Is to
r f this law of commerce that the collapse of the American
Elevated Railroad mutt be ascribed The neglect of
s Its president to utilize his abundant oppoitunltloa of
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fitodc maiket distinction la one of tho most uatbctlc
incidents in the rctunt history of finance
Hole was a man in control of railroad charters
it which by proper manipulation should have made his
fortune and added his name to the list of contemporary
financial Napoleons His company had the Legis
fi lature permission to build an Impowrlblo 1 road
from the battery to 11 all ell1 It was a gigantic project
1 The cellmates put 10000000 as the amount to bo ex
t ponded to cover the cost of right of way construction
mid eQuipment The possibilities were enormous tho
pitiful performance was the Issue of lees than a million
of capital clock
Has the president been asleep whllo the tialo of
1 tho Monon to the Jxmisvlllo and Naslnlllo has been In
k prosress Why has ho allowed his stock to fall from
45 to 11 A literary bureau worthy tho name a few
Judicious w 10th tales of the stock to peg It and
gradually move it up the hypothecation of the stock
art With the tight kind of broker and the use of the pro
1 cccdi to corner Manhattan IV and unload the Ameri
can on It at a full figure this would linen been genius
t this Is Tvhut makes our Gatoscn great Hut we fall to de
j t tect a scintilla of such talent In Conglcton Wo should
1 not Mime tho stockholders for sicking to dpposo him
t NEAT AND NUJCIC I
Hero Is n vegetarian Karl Mann winner of the Intel
national pedestrian contest fiom Jlerlln to Prewlen with
a meat cater n bud uocond In the race If Mann in not
ithe exception pwlmj the rule vlwt la In Incnniu of the
LJold theory of moat an the chief uiiiselo producer Must
I yJf relso our dietary 7
J Cocntq Jnvo hen making jrnat Hiirroai lunentH on I
t tle breakfaat ine nil Chops and b c fHtoul urn tint what
Iq Hicy were households since tho pertsuanlvo bioaUfnsl I
qpl1 Jlttcrateur begun to uilvurtlun hla goods Man Illi
f r JVJIt fils brealifaBt food Uf we are le < l to bellow And
r JWP this particular Mnnn III tit n nun ho In beet tve
N iwnw etipflrlor cnrwl made In larf tI anY It ID llitKo
7r r ala that ajlut tin starch Into 11 man hero la ono
Fires longer etajlnis jiowrr than limit another
pound of which ropre iitH ten pcinmlii of tonal a
hat auppjlea the dullcnto gray subslnneo which
ttic tiny ell without wbldi tho strongest mnrclc
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J obvlpuo from this that A crlmlnatlnn cholco of
wrlyrah will 4q much for n mini phynlcnlly
I J Wo I sfltlfiactlon ot retaliation on tho
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t In olden times when In life a game
6 A mnn became II Star
JJ The sounding trump of mighty ran
Proclaimed his ilrfxln afar
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f Ancient nations IhliiR near crater
bused to compose and Hint hymns to
pacify the volcano
I > I mipposo they sins Til Leave My
happy Homo for You
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> I see theres a dispute na to who
wrote There Is No Death
Z Well whoever wrote It Ilxed before
t the day of suhways and volcanoes
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CLItl 1AIEItS
J 1 aw your wifes name In the paper
< lthla morning
< t > q taw her hair In It too
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i AV UMUO1CV QUOTATION
l > Man proposes and
j Oh Cholly this Is so sudden
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I3OIZFi01AI1rD JOtES
IK Timv WOULD GROW
t One day little Ester Walkup was out j
ijln tho yard Ills mother nuked him what
< who waa doing
> Plantln1 some rasa ao Lolo and mo
< > can hive some nice clothes he raid
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1T5RY VJ511Y YOUNG
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S Tea lIS jot she doflsnt hesitate to
< > tell hoc agoDelrolt Free Press
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c The other nIght 1 took a nap on the
sofa and dreamt something sharp was
< J > going through me
SJ DI < 1 the dream come true
< J > Yes when IJIwoko I found my wife
fhM gone through my pockets I guell
Mahe Is sharp enough Chicago News
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nJ1DIm IH IBAYATACIC
2 > Mtn Goldrox began Mr Forehen
Ilunt I must confess that < < It last 1
Xhave lost my heart and
< Too bad she Interrupted Its BO
Xsmall you can never hope to And It
again Phlladeaphlo Pren
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FATJJIB aitflJE lATCEE daughter of
the late President of France Is about J
to mibllih a book on the CTjurch of <
Englands Oxford Movement j
FORD MARY 118 Main woman has
translated Paul le Kocka works for
an edition de lux which Is to cost i
1200 000 per net These volumes thus
represent almost as much cash as a
Blue nook
GI > AlSHrR JAMES the meteorologist
who ascended 35000 feet In a balloon
forty years ago Is ninetythree years
old
HAND DH C Fwho Is said to have
been the first volunteer for the civil
war and who w aa also the drat sol
dier to win the Congressional Medal d
of Rumor for dlatltiKuMhed bravery la l
still llvhiL In Washington D C
SAMPSON MIIS S HDVnnEnhohas t
luttt died In East Orange N J was
a real granddaughter of Paul Revere rl
VA3JWJItHUr WBUT COIINIJLIUS
ulll Siva up a trip to Europe and go 4
Into caniD fur a week with the Twelfth
ncllI1cnl gn May 31
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THE DARLING
She Altppjl She slerps 0 let
your tread
Do llcht and catlike Sweetly In 1
hoi bnl <
Ilrr little bed so soft eo white
she host
Who knows what visions pan e
before her eyes
By what bright angels she Is
> Utted 1
The golden curls fall backward
from her head
Pray let your words In whispers
all be said
And softly shoo way the buz
zing lllo
She Hlijm
lion bciuilful she tat She might
bn drnd
Rave tlmt her rounded dlmplid
clucks art rrd
Bofll SjftnJie moves n little
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How foon hhf rr
To watt again Hut now our
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R i Miser In the Ihlcago
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man who Just spoke to you Willie
Wllllo Aw that wasnt a gentle
olio llns mN uncle
HE FELT RELIEVED
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Ii nt that lucky mil Mr
Dnlifs My wife was going to
cifun halls tomiiroiv
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finELY LETTERS FROG THE PEOPLE
Tin j mllflM Inu liiirlirr
la Ili Keillor til Tin Ctrnlur t ivi 4
Ciin any render rutiijl a method
whwrouy n pf4im In I ho hMIII rn choir
teed nut hn tlllijccti to Die ijlrilKTlr
iihhi nocwjlly of Inhaling time brralh
of the lirtHrlifmllnv ovar him Ilircu
u iliiiicu for an luvcnlhv ci uliir
it IJtlJ3I1I1I1
XlHMiHiil llulil hands
In too Bitllor tit Tin littuliii W rU
Juut a feIV word of advice lu the
yoiiiiit lady who ci > mpaln l about hoc
> ounc man bicause he sot mid when
she nat holding loma other fellow
hand No order by not nmdl u J
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bud been In his plnrn 1 woulil Juno
INntl 1 101 1110 other fellow nu I s Ida lo
ennui lonely snot nnil there hand him
nut such n bunch uf nppcriMitii John
mind Jolts Out liail think ho was hell
killed TIIki my iiihlw young lady
iiml ho Kiiilntril to liolil yinir lie
lnllirilH hand III Iii futon
IIANDCOMIl IIAHHY
Ulilrli IN Uooif
ft Itt SLter of Tti limnlni WorMi
I hug 1 Problem for ttin eminent
Board of llojltii to rules I would like
to know which Is the brtttr pantlid
butchtr to dell Me meat on HtimUy I
mornlnif durlnc the summer month or
the people to ftt tulntei meat ou butt
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Visitor Hello Joncsl Enjoying all
the latest magazines I presume
JonlttNo I am not through cut
ting the pages In last month yet
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Yes laid the pugilists wife re
flectively If he licks my husband
Ill give him Plix
cuLDNTCU HIMSELF
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Jo < sn t your father call hlnutlf
tlio illvlnn hinder
Vmlii
1 What U hn dolnif today
lIrI sick In bed i
iiN + Nb z > vp1 t r > < t
day In the first pare the butchers
I Ice liouBti In far superior far keeping
inriit over night to a nniall family Ice
box And how ilioul mo poor pvoplu
Unit oiiinut afford to krop Ice Bt all
tJUl1llmlma
11111 lo Frinik Dnvirnirli r
To the l4lor ol Tin lirwlni Werll
What mUtt 1 lo In artier In trAin ad
mlikUm nt COOJHT Union for Initruotlon
In vacul music L II D
Pat an Liberty
To Ibe Cdllir ct The Kttalii Worldi
H Is u hopeful and nholnonn sign
of Iho Umti to see lorn of our leeti
or creeds tnileavorlnr la ezpuni from
their rtllcluun ttaou corns of their old
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lady who was fat and fair It she
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thoughtless person that they could
allow but sixteen square Inches of < i >
floor nP line to each spectator
And then he regretted and re i
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whato nil that crowd coins Into < v
Soakrma store tor7 r
Clerkoh they laY a man Inilde fy
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Bholerman Its a Mel Nobody JjJ
could Ret n nt In there <
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i fanhlnnrd prejudice It shows that wu
are slowly programing In the direction of
a Unlvrrsil llrottierhood whence all
men may freely rr rnlia and enter
tub no bigotry ip hamper or keep them
apart It Is a step forward ana If wo
livl a Illlla mom latiioilnc of bigotry
lit tenet nnd pulpit ewe preachers
would io prmohlnv to empty pow to
lay It In hard to Kiva up nld customs
and old tenets and the multitude who
pave Old < 1 ami illfil In such ur < hrl ilnn
beliefs ire iluwrvlriB of ompathy The
bigotry Infusnt Into irctarian doclrlnru
a couple of conttirlta ago U not BUltabla
U the common sari of toilay end li
aura In the end to make thinking men
revolt esiilnn such uiiChrltUn bigot >
rr vrhcrilorc itt ui conrratulatt our
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Winter anoir nbore 1nnndenn Summer Imtlilnir at Santa Monica
eyrie tiTentj eveii miles nrray I
It seems almost ridiculous to call an Americans
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attention to any of tho wonders of this country
Still there are some things in It that are sur
I prising and that Eastern people especially with
the exception of a comparatively travelled few
know nothing about Here for Instance are two
photographs recently taken which Illustrate the
extremes of climate to be encountered almost In a
breath In the State of California In the picture
on the left Is shown the arrival of a touring party
MAKING OF ROSARIES
In the parishes of Mlemlng and Rletz
In the Tyrol the members of nearly
every household are engaged In the
preparation of rosaries through the
stringing togdther of beaHs Every
person of the female sex old or young
spends her spare time In this manner
The workwomen are paid by the piece
and receive for stringing a dozen rosar
ies of tho ordinary kind from 10 to 13
kreutzers 4 to 53 cents while In the
case of those which require more dell
cote handling as moon as 40 kreutzers
10 cents per dozen Is paid after the
cost of all spoiled material has been
deducted
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BABOOS
On the occurrence of a plague scare
In one of the afflicted cities of the Pun
Jab the clerks of a public office took
light leaving behind them the follow
Ing application We poor unfortunate
Bathos In solemn conclave assembled
pray your honor to be pleased to permit
us to leave this unwholesome spot for
pray what can Daboo give In exchange
of sanc
tar Us soul In anticipation
tion we leave tonight
at the top of Mount Low above Pasadena + at
U 15 A M Tho snow Is deep there and the cold
Intense
The other picture shows the sort ot teuiperaturo II
you encounter a few hours later It Illustrates
the bathers at Santa Monica at 330 In the after II
noon of the same day
The two spots photographed are only twenty
seven miles apart
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Hold these figures before a looking glass and Tim wall
ace the names of a boy and a girl Or hold them pica up to
the light and look at through the back pace and yon will
get the same effect
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HIGHROADS
TO HAPPINESS
By GRACE DUFFIE BOYLAN
XVIThe Builder and the Ships
coyrrlrht 1902 br Onx Dufflt Bottle
I have sometimes wondered If the craft In the harbor
looked askance at tne deepbreasted ehlp that were out
ward bound
The master builder has ever his own plans for his tank and
he carries them out regardless of what his carpenters think
about the breadth of the bow and the shape of the keel and
I lie poise and balance above them
And what may a cockleshell In the harbor know of the
boat with Its heart of lire and arms of steel that thrills In the
clasp of the storm far out at seal
I And yet we who are not boats but women make our
I Judgments of the ways of other people whom we do not
understand na the snug river licet might criticise the ocean
squadron
There are lives that seem In constant battle with the
storms of fortune yet seldom do they flounder Something
that the builders hand has cunningly provided for such
stress of weather keeps them up through all And there ore
those splendid In their reckless daring floating like derelicts
forever In the wildest waters who would not change their
lot tor moorage In the smoothest haven In the world
Martha Wilson had loved her husband completelyand he
was not worth ttbut I did not start out to tell her stdry
because there was the boy Along In the drat years of her
d sorrow she raid that his little head had pressed all the
ache out of her heart and that everything was all right
There Is good Muff In the lad people said a boy often
takes after his mother But Martha must guide him right I
So she made her hope on the work of the master builder
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as the yeara went by and the boy adventured on the seas of
lost trouble and sin and every one but his mother believed him I
There Is good stuff In him she said clinging to her old I
hope lie will come out all right
Then came the War and the boy enlisted He was not I
much of a soldier and he frankly admitted that he was
afraid of a gun and Jiorrilled nt the land crabs but when
they were bringing him back wounded along that awful way
from Btboney he made hie stretcherbearers let him down
and leave him by the road In the dusk and take In his place
a more terribly wounded man He gave hla life for another
In this way for he was dead when they found him In the
morning after the fleht Dut what of that He had come
out all right and It was the good timber In bhe ship that
had brought him to a glorious harbor
TOMMY GAVE HIMSELF AWAY
Some months ago A itve year olde grandfather who lived
In the house mislaid his cane and offered Tommy five cents
to hunt for and rind it Tommy found It with so little trouble
that he wished grandpa would mislay the cane very often
Tho wish was father to a thought that put Into execution
coined money for Tommy until last week
The fatally had begun to worry about grandpas mental
state so often did tho old man lose his cano Day after
day was Tommys invlns bunk enriched to the extent at a
nickel Dnturilay last ha was told to go out to play far an
hour or so lm objected although known to be fond of an
afternoon game of jacks with tho children of the neighbor
hood
Why Tommy what In the world Is the matter asked
ills surprised mirnniii Why dont you want to go out
Ill an after a70ill mid Tommy In a matter ot fact
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way hut nrandpnn Rotting ready to KO for hla wall and
Ill hive in find his cane In n minute
A VERMILION ANSWER
An unlettered Celt application tn the Court of Naturnll I
zallJJI ifnilteU In the fnllnivliiff dialogue
Juilsi Have you road Iho Dtclnrailon of Independence
Applicant Ko sir
Judge Jlavo you read the Constitution of the United
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Applicant No sir
Judfo Have you rraj the history of the United Wales
Applicant No sir
Judffe NoT Well what Imva you reads J
AppllcnOl have red haIr on me hUla Your U ono r
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Here Is a square Can you divide it
Into seventeen smaller but equal
squares The explanation will be given
tomorrow h
A FIREL ESSBOIL
Open a raw egg a little on both ndg
to allow some of the white to run out
Take firstclass alcohol of high percent
age and pour tt In the openings Close
the two openings with your fingers aa
Shown In the Illustration or with little
pieces of wax shake the egg well to
the alcohol can penetrate every port of
It After three or four minutes the con
tents of the egg will apparently be hard
eo that tho egg can be opened and
pressed aa hard tolled The egg fa not E
warm aa the alcohol ha only node
the white solid The egg win taste
strongly of alcohol
THE CARPENTERS PUZZLE
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This diagram shows how the nlptf
carpenter secured n piece of wood with
which 1o flx a leak from a square board
that wag full of holes The size of the
piece he wanted bad to be exactly one
quarter of the size of the board The
niobium wak minted In yesterdays
venilla World
HENS LAY IRON EGGS I
liens of various breHi at Frankfort I
onthcMaln have been fed with food r
containing much Iron and utter several
wctks tome tug were found to bay
an much an ono alxth of one per cent
of title substance Ai the elbmuln
of Iron formed li very digestible mob
eggs seem to offer A mucb warlil gat
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