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> I L FjI MONDAY O i OJ UNIS tCV 1aUL tNINcti s T HE EVENING TX7rtoTT > 0 G LE J J
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O Park Row New York Entered at the Poet Omca
V at New York as Second Clan Mall Matter
VOLUME 44 NO 1B63O
n A ° GOOD WORK WELL BEGUN
° Commissioner Keating will today swear In the In
> spectors at licenses whoarc to have charge of the employment
K
ployment agencies and the protective measures author
li edby the Legislature for the safeguarding of domestic
tx 1 aersntsseeking places will become operative Sixteen
oftie eighteen Inspectors provJded for have been lip
pointed They draw salaries of 1600 year The place
t
bTChief Inspector with a salary of 3000 and that of
s Deputy Chief who will receive = 2000 are yet to be filled
The law creating this bureau is the direct fruit of the
r agitation following the revelations of the dangers to
r which young girls have been exposed at the hands of
unscrupulous agents acting In the Interest of disorderly
houses The existence of these human harpies who
J cloaked an Infamous < traffic with the guise of respectability
r
bility was a disgrace to the city and the law designed
to remedy the evil for which they were responsible Is leg
islation of the mast commendable kind
The work of tae three women Inspectors should sITe
the commission an efficiency not attainable with malo
inspectors only
THE CROWD THAT MINDED ITSELF
r = By the official count 37223 persona attended the hue
r ball game of last Saturday afternoon at tho Fold Grounds
3 The entire population of Galveston Texln 1900
was 37789 that of Haverblll Mass 37175 At the great
J battle ot Antletam the Confederates marshalled the
I t field only 35255 men At the battle of the Wilderness
> the Federal loss alone was 37737
x The pOlo Grounds gathering war sufficient to estab
lish a flourishing city of the third class In numbers It
PL Econid furnished forth an effective army Let one
+ 1 1 ajrho law Itin Its proportions think of 1U every
ar member lying suddenly dead on the field and the mind
f f receives a new and terrible Impression of the horrors
t 86fwar
tl Os A regiment < policemen stood about the edges of the
QF
h r raved Apparently it preserved order But the real
i > B0resertative of peace and safety within the baseball In
cfoiure was the watching hosts own predominant good
nature and orderly good sense The policemen were suf
4 ficient to restrain tbe few lawless Individuals they would
have been helpless could < the spirit of riot have s eked
the 37000
Crowds occasions grown all things else grow In
a r < t theso popular days The question is sometimes asked
ttYb tls to be done with them as they get bigger and
4blggerT The Polo Grounds Instance furnishes the an
ti swer > Proper ofllcjal precautions are to be taken against
J any mischievous rabble the great solid selfrespecting
feli body Is to be Iclt to the command of Its own sense of
X responsibility A One thing about being absolutely free
Isthallt presents so large privilege of being decent
KICKS THAT MAKE FOR PROGRESS
ryi Tii An oldest Inhabitant comes forward to testify that
s l + even li t 1816 New Yorkers wero kicking about the local
transit facilities This is pleasant intelligence but not
surprising If nobody had kicked In those earlier years
t womight miss many accommodations out of tbcse later
I cues We have much to be grateful for In the memory
iof1 the able citizens who In 181R were keeping the ball
l f dissatisfaction rolling I
1 The klckorsof ninety years JIRO went for lower fares
I and Eat them Instead of two tyflve cents for a stage
rfde from Charles street to th Uattery the fare became
t twelve and a bill cents Progress and the kicking of
f it three geneatlonr much of the programs forced by the
1 > kicking have biought local Itnnslt conditions to their
l r Pi standing dwe are all glad to think that the
Y i a end ls not yet
l + rM Unhappy under the abuse of natural monopolies is
1 the city that has no kickers Also tho united cithenly
ft kick in time U better than an act of tho Legislature
I nobody had over remonstrated there would not have
6 4 been the arrests last Saturday of twentytwo window
f T > climbing hogs at the bridge terminal trains Because of
y Dthe well almed persistent kick we shall havo some sweet
1J daYibrlilg terminals wnere hogs will have no excuse
l and the decent no trouble Moreover a eat for every
f 1 n tare on every route and special halftares for school
l children
e fs
1 i jjEW STANDARD FOR WOMENS WORK
l 1 The rcaBona advanced for the removal of the women
i rt employed in the Chicago stockyards are doubtless logi
fc xt t cal Their work very llkoly brutalizing as alleged
P tWJ nd tends to dull the feminine sensibilities The In
Y teresting point is the assumed masculine aesthetic su
pervision of feminine sensibilities
Astar back as 1890 as the census of that year showed
i tvomou had engaged In all the 220 recorded occupations
> for men except two they were disbarred from service In
> Q ttbo army nnd navy Many had become plumbers stone
A masons charcoal burners miners bricklayers a For
t r manY t these trades women may have been thought to
hW physically unsuitable and their representation In
7 + them likely to be reduced by a natural process of elim
d ination Apparently Just the reverse tons happened
p wwhllafrom tomtof bm0rq congenial pursuitsas from I
t
oi office work forrailroads they have been ruled out because
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p caudoof ineligibility for promotion to executive Mal
Y Uons
i i + The Chicago PackingHouse Union Is the first to raise
L 1 rJl r formally the question of aesthetic ell bllltyItIS ono
susceptible of considerable hairsplitting argument
o
CIII
I 1 r t THE MOSQUITO SEASON
> i The mosquitos busy season begins with reports of hit
f 3 17 ravages al Flatbush and in New Jersey The symptoms
ff 1 foretell this as a record year for his depredations and
litjir 1 that with his activity last July not forgotten The
tiit + I ground leasfrozen toan unusual depth lost winter and
R JI 1fti kn dded stock of moisture provided the pernicious pest I
F r from vvbfch todraw nourishment and grow fat
1fr i r11 i i Happily wo arc promised a remedy which IB vouched
t 1 t IsWland certificated as the only genuine 8 Imon pure
iJt IIi equlto peIt is the plant known ns the phulo
ki ti comes from Tonquln and Is nutritious to all le
nt membersof the animal klngdom such as horses
Itle bh tto u e death to the culex
I llusioa of kerosene on which the Insects
= v f j JFe h la mind and n dozen other vaunted
4flhavproVcd t tholYwcribesane 8 But In tho
tbii j a bppe which afflicted humanity will In
f ripe Zc fuJ1tnUie sex tor4 uhi sb mss to
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Nikola Greety Smith
Didnt he brine you an umbrella and
a bracelet which he put upon your arm
npil then klxtert You asked the hus
band lawyer
Yen replied the fair petitioner for
a divorce but It wasnt like the old
kiss Yesterday paper
paperHE
HE heroine of
TUB interesting
divorce court
ncldent ha intro
duced a nw element
Into the sordid
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chronicles of domes I
tic wrangling that I
enliven the dally
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newspapers that of
expert testimony oy
kissing
r > > ij Dut It Is not
rI i l enough for the
I Y lady to ay that
It was not like the
chi kiss She should tell why and state
wherein there was a dlfferenoa so that
unenlightened sisters may benefit
by her experience and know at last
whether they are getting the real thing
In kisses or merely a more or lets clever
Jrltatlon
There are a great many wives who
would be very grateful to any one who
by a combination of lone experience
and subtle analysis could uplaln how
to tell the difference between the old
Idis and the new
Of course any woman out of the veg
etable class can feel the difference But
h wli the to tell that tha farts justify
her feelings and that the post matrl
monial kiss perfunctory Is not just the
natural Inevitable transition from tho
dream realm of romance to the real
world of tact
It must be a gift surpassing that of
great charm or supreme beauty or
transcendent Intelligence to be endowed
with nn emotional Intuttlon so perfect
as to detect at once the matrimonial
crisis indlcateJw the chance from the
old kiss
But suppose every woman had itl
What portent of doom sounds In the
very suggestion Every time a good
sober citizen left home in the morning
or returned at night It would devolve
upon him to Infuse the ardor of court
ship days Into his kiss of greeting or
roodby or else face the prospect of
Immediate divorce
The bracelet of atonement the tiara
of repentance would no longer cover
the occasional perfiuictorineas of the
beat of husbands It is the kiss that
counts It mattered not to the fair I
seeker after divorce whose explanation
of her alienation from her husband
was contained In the terse statement
that his kiss upon his return from
London was not like the old ones that
the bracelet he brought aa a peace
offering was qf the finest What after
all Is 22 karat gold when served with
counterfeit affection True love Is
measured by embraces and not brace
lets and the returning husband whose
kies does not come up to the standard
may take back his gold and await
service In his wifes suit for divorce
That Js unless lie Is married to one of
the calm bovine beauties who believe I
that affection at Its aghast has a mari
gold quality of turning everything Into
the precious metal with which they
love to adorn themselves and that the
road to domestic happiness starts with
a sunburst kes In the earrings and a
necklace and culminates In a tiara
For women of their temperament or
rather lack of It will not worry if
their husbands kisses are not like the
old ones provided their pOCketbooks
re
main the same and he who finds It
easier to preserve n status quo In jew
elry rather than In affection had better
he sure to select n wife from among
their number
SOME OF THE
BEST JOKES
OF THE DAY
e r
APART
WIDELY APART NOW
From what he supposed was a safe
distance the professor watched the nnte
election r ot
A brick carelessly thrown came In his
direction
Who would ever think he moral
ized retreating to a still safer distance
that the words polite and polities
came from the came root
For the professor simply cant help
shedding information even In the most
unpropItious surroundings Chicago Tri
bune
RETORT COURTEOUS
Miss niiiey notice youre cleaning
house Mrs Newcome and I was afraid
you might be tempted to throw your
rubbish out on the back lot I just
wanted to say that we dont do that
sort of thing here
Mrs Newcome burned all our rub
bish In the furnace this morning Mrs
Blzzey Including an old book on Eti
quette which I might have saved for
you Philadelphia Press
HASTE
Impellent Young Man Nellie how Is
o rcinunce yours and minegoing to
endNellie
Nellie spprehenslve Why O < leerfe y
you dont want to skip to the last chap
ter yet do you Chicago Tribune
ECONOMY
Mrs Burclns Oli I avv the dearest
little hat today
Mr Bugglns Thatll Just lake you
always looking for the dearest Instead
of the cheapest Philadelphia Record
I ON OLD LINES
Arrah youro lobkln vtry srdsald
Pat 6lIolUhan iiddrcsslng his frlenj
I I > enls the other day
Ol feel sad responded Denis
Olve lost my mothirlnlaw I Jell
you Ita hard to lose Tour mothcrln
law
lawlHnrd pxotaimed Pat Hgorrah
Its almost Impossible Chicago Nev
MARY AND THE PIN
Mary na 4 upon a pin
k itutal owednol iierturpatton
< t 1 Fpr Rdmo of liu was genuine c
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Was Jack pempsey killed by a blow
from Hubert VUzslmmons 8 U
lie Doubt Jersey Joshes
To the Kdltor ofTh 13vtnlmt Wnrldl
As to the ramplo of Jersey Justice
which decreed that a girl Is worth only
hair uV riurli as a ooy I would like
to suy I have n cousin who remained
ilngle to mippirt her mother willow
Ul + s son having married She en red for
li D mother lm uoiiil atyla by teaching
She now owni a brownulono mansion
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nnd la 0ne of the heid managers and
teachehs In a large Institution of learn
Ins cummandlcs a blsb eilnry Which
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do readers think Is worth the more
financially to that mother her boy or
her BlrlT 8 U U
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Point Pleasant N d
Probe for a Dead Policeman
To the Editor of The Evening World
The death of Patrolman Stephen M
Grace of the Eighth Precinct has cast
n gloom overthe commuters who Across
the ferry at Chambers and West streets
He stdiloned there and every man
woman and child knew him well He
was always polite and courteous to
aver y one he CAme iln contact U1 and
to those who were enfeebled In epY Wr
hr was more bars attentive I speak
trris 4 eapartsaes s4 kfic rUiK bbai1 u
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a
friend on he crossing I assure you till
the people from Jersey will miss JIll
greeting as he wos always 1n the best
of Jiumor Mo will long live In our
memory as there was never a man ill
that crossing who could handle the peon
plo as he could My 1 sympathy ldthat
ol tile x mniuters wq alt extend to his
family A co 3iMUT ER
Black Il Not a jol
T the Editor otTblvelJl i i World
ls black a color D < 4
Ma ausarlp1 qrPb Ice ton
To the Yell tor ofrh eEvSnK World 1
How shoiiia abeirlnri riKO about pro1
tbgypnerctribittionre
Pinl1C and B ndlw2iiiContrituUoniftq
4nebt tbOurroJi reagttilne + ltT 0
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nliom should h address Himself and
should he 1n close his contribution with
his letter or send his Utter and his con
tribution separate D HJ
Have your manuscript typewritten
Write your name aud address on upper
lefthandcornerof prat page Send u
stamped selfaddressed envelope for re
turn postage arid accompany the manu
jcrlpt with as brief a note possible
Address The Editor ofT Magazine
ilanuscrlnu tiimped envelope and note
should all go In one coyer
F rx j ronc eel IQQ Ifnuhotee
To the Kdltqr ot The RvfnlnitTjVorld
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HI DnQ itizot rs s A RU D a
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By Martin Green
4 Set of Rules Framed Up
for that Arbitration Conference
S E ald the Cigar Store Man that the Inter
J national Arbitration Conference at Mohonk r
Lake le going to call a congreos to consider
the adoption ot a code of rules for the general
conduct of warfare upon the sea
Now wouldnt thatmake you feel as though you had
been slapped on the wrist ejaculated the Man Higher f
Up When the arbitration boosters have their way a
battle at sea will be a thing To run excursions Th f
rules wlirbe somethinglike
i First All sailors must wear evening dress rafter <
oclock
Second All tattles shall be advertised the doll t
papers of the conflicting powers for six months U
advance
Third The sleeping quarters the crew mUlt b
I furnished with brass beds and the windows mist bt
equipped with lace curtains
i FourthNothing shall be eaten byofficers or crewi
that shall have a brutalizing fnllu ncoFri1Jt ant
vegetables shall predominate on the menus
FifthAs the time for battle approaches the iMP
must not come closer to each other than six nautical
miles
Sixth By prearranged agreement command Ie
ol one of the fleets shall vlalt the other end fix the tlmt
for starting hostilities
Seventh At a given signal the crews of the com
I bating ships shall load into small boats all the cannon
balls shells guns knives pistols razors clubs Sells
saws boxing gloves and ottier deadly weapons and con
vey them to the ships of the enemy
Eighth = The side effecting the transfer of warlike
munitions first shall be declared the winner unless II
can be shown that the sailors got their hands blistered
or their feet wet
That would be a foolish way to run a sea fight H
asserted the Cigar Store Man I
It wouldnt be any more foolish than any other rules J
looking to ending of wars replied the Man Higher Up
When the Ruler of the Universe determined to drive
Lucifer out of Heaven He didnt use any arbitration t
He armed Archangel Michael with a flaming sword
and Inaugurated the first battle in history
The Gook
1 OibTORIH PAGE OF THE EVENING FUDGE I
Host the DOG WIffi 2
Dont DogWhip take the place of the I
4 the Children CATLING GUN POUnt
ING EDUCATION Into
Why Should You When t
Axes Are So Cheap public school pupils
iurrnttrorarMniarr + c Science tells us that
WHIPPING BRUTAL
IZES CHILDREN Whereas HO child that was ever I
corrected by a CATLING GUlf wielded by Jinn yet ten I
der bands EVER afurward showed ANY tendencies
become xbriite Let the teachers who would restore
t
the rod lo the public schools THINK over Ibis fact before
they plan to BRUTALIZE Infant minds and CALLOUSUE I
Iif ant anatomies
r BASEBALL BAT an AXB or even a SLEDGE I
HAMnERare severe enough weapons of correction
when the little dears REALLY REED CORRECTION Do
not HUMILIATE the darlings by BRUTAL FLOGGING
WITH DOGWHIP Dorwhlpplnj will only teach I
them tor BARS and tire them a yearning for the t
I GROWLER
u the Galling or the axe do not work the desired I
reform set the < little ones TO READING OUR GOOKS
When they bare once formed the GOOK HABIT their
bni1211ty will VANISH PARETICS ARE NEVER trntal I
A smndjebound COOKERY BOOK will be presented
to the FIRST housekeeper who tries the above sur I
iestlon I
COGITATE t
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W1 > re Women Vote
In Wyoming Colorado ulah and Idaho women have aqua
suffrage with men
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Women can vote on school and municipal matters In Kan
lasIn I
In the following Btates women have school suffrage Mich I
lean Minnesota Now Hampshire Oregon Massachusetts I
New York Vermont Illinois Connecticut Nevada Wlscon
sin Washington Arizona Montana New Jersey North Ds
kota Dakota And Ohio 4i
Montanann < l Iowa permit women to vote on the Issuing oj l
munlclpnl bonds
Women taxpayers In Louisiana may vote on questions eX
public etpfndture j
Equal suffrage with men has been defeated In XansM
Now Hampshire South Dakota Oregon and Washington
Women vote for local officers In Great Britain but nci I
for Members uf Parliament
To Obtain Silence
Herbert Spencer used In his later ytars to pay visits h
3raht Allen the writer between whom arid himself there ex it
Isted a great friendship On one occasion he went provide
With two curious objects tied behind his enrs These oho
cited the curlpbltjr of < the company Their purpose was soot
disclosed for whenever the conversation took a turn wild
did not Interest him the distinguished visitor pulled thi
things over his ears and obtained silence within hlmse t
He called then ear clips I
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