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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Tuesday, February 7, 1911.
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J. AMU'K KMWV In and Trrae.. JOSEPH PfUTZER Junior.
M I'arl. Row. 0.1 Perk Row.
Fniered at the r..t-OfTter at N. York s Serond-i ! Matter.
NBMriMlon Ri. lo Tic- Rvenlns
World Mr the i totci Mates
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Such Is Life.
By Maurice Ketten.
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VOLUME 51 SO. 18,067.
SOCfALISM AGAINST MILITARISM
MfK Run 100,000 people from ill parts of Germany
marched through the it recti o( Berlin on Hundaj
in the fwaera proeeeeion f rVul Singer, whQ had
bees a factalist leader in the Refohstaf. It was
the greatest exhibition if popular honor ever m
corded i hhe rnemorv of i private eitiien In the
history of the empire, and will I widely looked upon m ;t demon
stration of Ui' exteat to which Socialism perradei the ranks "f the
There are l r"ii-on for believing, howerer, liutt the -jircail
of Socdalit-m in Qerman) end iii Europe generally li no) to much
a portent of thingi I me us protect againsl things, present The
waete of BUiteriam on armiea and naeleii battleships uol only in
creases tho cost f Living bnl affronts common tense. Reason n.
well as poverty revolts apniisi it, and su r t ,,.., ,,,, ,,, t;... most
When even in 1 1 . United States a jingo spirit demands the build
Lay of draadnoughti and the fortification of Panama, it it not strange
that the soldier-ridden people of Europe turn to Socialism for a
TI E GARDEN AND THE PEOPLE.
MOMf the local movetnetit.s of tho day there is
lianlly on.' more doeerving of Immediate general
support than that directed toward saving Madison
Square Garden as a place of popular indoor amuse
ment, recreation and instruction.
Paris provide! bat tritisens and her visitors with
a Grand Palais iii the centre town, wher ntinuously through
the yoar there are expositions or musical entertaininonts of high
artistic quality at ow popular price..
Perhaps it is too early to expect New Yor to equal I'nris in thnt
regard, but it is not too early to prepare for such rivalry. This ought
not to be exclusively n rich man's town 11 place where all liigh
class music and exhibitions cost more than workingnten can afford.
Let ns mve the big Garden. We need now. and the need will
increase as tlie ysars go by.
A FILM OF PROMISE.
X ingenious artist is said (a have devised a method
of putting i-tage scenery upon gause so light and
nlroy that the decoration for tho most elaborate of
dramas can be packed for shipment in a single car.
For the success of this invention and for its
speedy adoption all men and women that deliohi
in legitimate drama will most fervently pray. Some will even be in
favor of the creation by Congress of an Interstate Theatrical Com
mission to enforce fa adoption upon the reluctant trusts.
How much the drama has suffered at the hands of stage artist
no nun can tell. The aril runs beyond computation. Upon the stage
has been piled every Kind of decoration from Spectacular extrava
gances to realistic ahomir.n t ion;. There have been real trees, real
water, real horses, re.il sheep and real pinches, but very randv any rml
How often have wo non $20,000 worth
cents worth of art? All hnil the HI inv scene !
i i . . i
HAVE lb STAY
Loony 0 ,
r- aETW LP7
I f s7iTrY
in r a ajx w
hey i There I
i as Loony A-b
M I I T- I
&.rs. &rr bsu a F resent immt of
Trouble, and It Is No take V (arm
l ' t V 1U1I, Uf Th I'l
(Tlw Nnr Ti.fk WSfM),
By Roy L. McCardell.
worry an.i ikiii..t i have.
oMK.nfINU'8 twins to hsppn!"
nld UrSi Jrr. witnii nly. "I
can fuel It In my timmii!"
a.i Mr. J arr, uaa
uallv. Mi- Jirr as
iptej thlo Inno
rrrt remark aa a
if" ,a "O n. tiiar a a i i
j raT , vry wrll (or u
L Uf" to a V, NothliiK
aetaers yol :
)i ltIJ. "Y o u
haven't nil tin-
You ilo not
linvf to phi Ofl and MVS nn.l Ffr.ipp IS
rrake both rnilr mwt, ami titri havn a
hiiaiisiid enmo home to And fault and
DSVSr any a kind word, hut keep pl.k
Inif at you till you arc Just rvady to
Why. whnt'i tha mntlr with you,
my J.ar?'' asked Mr, Jrr. WB0
r.ot lookinx for trouble I didn't mtan
to lay aartMaa to offers you."
"TOS, you did, and you ran't set out
of It that way"' deeiarn.! Mrs Jarr.
"Just baeattSS I told you that I had
many thins to worry tno (and tho way
you act In not tho leant of theaa), you
true out of the houao!"
"I'm not irolng to fl'.ns a alng'.e little
filnf." sSSortOd Mr. Jarr "H-.it tell me
What's wron. Tho otilldren are all
ilKht, aren't they?"
T. oy IOOK WSlI enouarh," replied
.Mr. Jarr, "but who can toll wliat min
ute they may be HI? There's aoar'.et
fever down the strerr. and our little
lire mo wan playing with llt'.lo Mary
Kangie the other day, and yesterday
tho Kangle chl'dren wore not at school,
and It would Just be like Mre. narutlc
to hide 'he 'act that hST "hUdren were
ill and lt my children play with them
and catch It."
"I think you're wrong there," said
Mr. Jarr. "fUnSl toM me this morn
ing t lint his ehlMfoa WOfS over In NOW
ark ."ponding tlie day with their unole,
who lias a large undertaking establish
ment thOTO. ' has bo ight a new
I earso ho l. very protlS 'f and wanto-1
tho oMMrm to see it"
' That's Just like the Rangles," sold
Mrs. Jarr. "Whenever wo are going
any place and are taking the children
W0 Invito the Hangle chtldron along, "hut
MrhODSVOr THEY l:avo any enjoyment
ther keep It sr'fls'hly to ttlOfllSOlTaQ
That's the way everybody treats us.
Mamma phoned me she was coming
ov r to spend tho day. and here I've
stayo.1 Ift tho house walling anil waiting
for her. She pro:nlod to bring over her
receipt for mttlRns and show Oertriide
how ti mak loom."
"Tan Mid ' ne t IMS SB III expecting
Iroul.le, didn't rout" I -ko-1 Mi. Jurr.
And then, before Nirs Jarr r "lid an-
SWOT. lh lOOS lil rang. The troitWe
I had arrived.
"Can't you take rr menu's niliTelli
Snf! !:e:p her off with her rubbers?"
asked Mrs. Jarr. as t.'r mother -tno.l in
tht hallway, too much out of breath, to
Speak for a aSSIWSnt. The old lady's
arms wcio RHod with parka ires, and she
i.old on to these grimly ashtlO Mr. Jarr
prrforme.1 tho StWlOOS raqulrod of him.
"I'd have been her SOOnor, Clara."
said Mrs. Jarr'a mottxr. finally, "ut
t! y w:e giving double the liaual
StnOual of tradlTig s!uiips, and I
stopped at the storo to buy s..me things,
and you never aaw gttcSl a crowd of
ri de and kkStllal women. I had to ol
reoat knork over three or four of rhom
if(.re 1 could get to the stamp .inter.
What are TOO doing rem?"
Tills last remark was addressed shrilly
tJ Mr. Jarr.
"I'm nlwaya home." replied Mr. Jarr.
"Where else ahouUl I t7"
"I didn't ask where you ahould be, I
ai.ko.1 what you were doing homo." IM
the reply. "Aren't you running trie osv
( loon at the corner7"
"No, I am not:" aald Mr. Jarr. stoutly.
'Wtmphl You upend enough of yoar
I inoney there to own It by this tlmr
J s M imither-ln-law. "Woll, It's aoao
of my buslnesa. Where aro tht oha
dr .? Running the treats, I ouppooo.
Oh, well, It's no wonder that cbUSron
glow .p with no love and raapoet Sar
j parents thrau days. Where's tha aulf
Out at the etores dawdling and ab
bllng around Wttfe the .inks, as usual.
' Weil, It's none of mj- business, but I
doii't permit It with MY servanto. X
j don't keep any of that sort.
"Well. I suppose you eipect mo to
do the housework." continued the dear
old lady. "I am going to oay, light
, here and now, I won't. But I will show
I the lary thing how 10 do her work
whUe I am here."
I Hut when they went out to tho
kit hen they found a note from Oar
j "Aa your mother Is romlng. I'm go
ing. Chonso between ns."
"Woll. of all tho Impudence!" rrlod
Mrs. Jarr's mother. "I'm going rght
: homo, wiiero at loast I won't be la-
And she did.
"Didn't I tell you something was go
ing to happonT" said Mis. J.irr. "I slt
! It In my bones"'
1 And. soemfnaly footing hettor sr hs
knew the WOVSt, sir hustled ground and
, got the tlret good .lliiner Mr. J.ir hsd
had In mo ms.
The Story of a Jilt
Ten Roads for a
JSMS,s,s, isaoiwssiswsasin sJSSilrs sj , . ---JrXinrxjTjniru-jnjr
f nwncry and thirtv
ODpyr.ftit. 1B1U, t,v Uonhledu. I'M Oo.
Th Jilt. Kev.r i i- gir, a err a aerlaa of
' . lott affairs. fc tu a roorant haraistul to
rare T.(r i.s-r mi aunt. 1 iiwre stir turorta in nay
nn --i ii - . makaa an inatAnt ttntimalon. Hat
luririf tjltft id 1st a iriest. Iir- ; .' away aU
ll.oiifb' of n.. 4a' Slit li uQtesl it lert-ai.-i i
a itlent. William Lloyd, whjum Iir. fUj
,1 lm. Itrspttsj Uia i : .j iht ..m.ss ts
u4tl 10 Utoff It: offtri ta . t bi usn
nl fWJf tn ksf liar fnuj to wTaUiwd a us
rior I iial'.v iriswit iaih nifti tn f-rnvv to
N-v Vor.i, Ttsffsrl aha HsatJ tn lovo vtitli Ixtm.i.il
Hall, a Linit.
By Sophie Irene Loeb
The Creed of a W orker.
CiTY SIGNS OF SPRING.
AbTKU BONNETS nro liorr. Thev nnii in
Ftunday with Hie Kaiserin Avguste Victoria. In n
day or nr. tho show windows of department stor
and tnillinerv shops be so aflew erith t.ho l.riplii
neas of feathers and Sowers ns to resemble the
nooks of tropie lands where liini. of paradise net
nm! rttireoulous blossoms bloont
Tha eeatn of the now millinery is to New York what tha eomiaf
or tno proctis, tii
iwy are signs t approaching spring. They nro more tlmn an
aasnranoe; of a new npaBSO they uro the promise of ,i renew-nl of
an old ilrliplit.
All ilirt worii! I eager for the Joy their loiity promised, on
flunday upward of twenty-five thousand people went to Ooney aland
Jnst to crowd tin
rsry softly, the stanza
' IWnt t'i si know tiiat sweet lnd
wlitrs tlM "rm floweri grow.
Vl.rir ibl all It Itkr nld.
AOS the rvi rosts bi(JW?"
I turned from the piano Into Ieonsrd
1 Know that land!" he cried, "and
I'm going to take you there, rlylvta."
And he repeated my name over and over
tl2gayL'f' ii. ... of frnt iit.s mid flowers na to resetnlile Hie " '"W to a olu:.l. And I had " "ylvla. Hylvla! aytvla: ' ao If It
3P5Mrh , . , 11 n" ,n reaemwe the nikV hnr. any W0lhan M , had I mu.lo than any his angers
rjp -jp nooks of tropte lands where birds of paradise ne-t soorasd to do so. .had ever grfoasa. rve iiien waiting."
... '..ill mi, .....II ... . mi.'uiu it ie.i.
Now the time has come. "
I didn't struggle I didn't aalnsav
him. I just Btayod there In his anna.
SnoWlirOI) nml th Vlolnl .. ti,n c,.f;. ! aaarn. Arel after n whUo i I m5' Itt'B "" t touohlng his, my eyes
uiamay rat my near Duncans, I rented
' an apartment of mjr uwn In Oramerv
Park, pCead-ing the neen of a studio.
which was impossible In their limited
quarters, as my excuse.
A professlnrMil woman of thirty may
' with propriety have an apartmetvt of
i her nan In New Y..rk. A muelo room.
a lied room, a kltnhen. to mnA a .Inv
Season) JllM to piihli the time Slonsr. Tlie sirrht I tl1"'1 Sth thai wa my house of ad-
Of tries oi.MS.in'a IimI.s u ill ,.l .1 ! ..... . ,, VSaniTS, How Innocent It looked, how
w " -..- lis s III"' I i I 1)1 I I I' j I I f
t Continued )
T was worse than it had ever
been before, both because the
dominance of an ugly nun Is
always more absolute, lMn,'
compact of qualities more In
vincible thnn mere flesh, and hecnuse
Leonard Ilali had a little pink and
white wife to whom iieachory would be
as treachery to a Ohlld. And I had
never hurt any woman before; I had
arorned to do so.
Hut this was to be' High heaven
oouldn't hav. .topped It.
Leonard Hall and 1 saw each other
again, of course, and then again and
with h:s sensuous lira and played for
nie With Us wonderful hands und nev
er made love at all Yet I knew that
i: was coming.
And afler many months It did come.
tumuituousiv. Imperatively, .as i had
known fr..n. the tlrst that It would
I had been slnu'.nu that hauntlm? aria I tak
from "Mlgnono" "Dost Thau Kn,.t, 1 was
where we stood securely alone together i
nor. wit ness.
lie led mo nt laat to a chair and
knelt down lieside me why is a man
always roii.lv to kneel AFTER he lias
CONQL'BRBD a woman? and told me
his plans for us. lie was going
me to the South Seas, and there
a vessel sailing Saturday. He'
t.iat Sweci Land'"' and all the yearn- j would Come for me the next night.
ing or an exile had swept upon my soul , Friday, and take me to an obscure llt
and Into my voice. 1 wanted my sweet I tie hotel In an unfnshlonable uptown
land wherever It might be' I felt as If quarter, from whence we could go to
I had i.een gn Mien nil my life, and with
an ullen's wilfulness I sang sgaln.
rope, where the eyes of the tourist could
seek mo out and scorn me, but In the
South Sea Islands, amid the oblhion of
IKilsorious scarlet flowers and sunshine
too Splendid 'to be quite safe and sane.
Who Indeed would preserve standards
I shall never forgot the next day. I
mad. mv preparations as simply as If
for a week-end visit nearby For th- re
was to be no dismantling of the apnrt
ment, nothing to Indicate a fllg it,
though I was about to step from one
ii'lnr. as f uvnnotlied. Into his eyes.
I wonder now if I wasn't hypnoMned.
And yet I had known all the time that
this was to be, and I had let It come,
nay. h.lped It to com., as the room
aether to the steamer Saturday with- I WOrid to another.
out rear or recognition. HIS WHO was. . ,fl)t wMH. , pttCltM phantram nguies
luckily, out of town. thronged around mi a strange com-
At mention of his wife I made my ,,. My dfa)i niofller ,lnrt father.
nrst protest. 1 spoke of duty, honor. whQm j klu.. , on, thOUSJh I had
loyalty too faintly perhaps, for S no, rememborrd them, cam.- and stood
did not heed. , ,..M- , , u,.,,., A,,n.
"I know," he Interrupted authori
tatively, "I know all that cant. Hut,
Sylvia, there la a higher law! We
HE1.0NQ to earh other, you and II We
knew It from the first: Cnn you con
ceive of me as MATKD with her'.'"
1 thought of the little pink and while
woman, as pretty as a wax doll and as
vapid, and I thought of hire, child of I
Alison, pa'.e and elim and piercingly
sweet: tlie men who had loved me. one
by one, and who had all offered me
honorable marriage; and last, but oh:
not least, that little pink and white
wife of Leonard Hall's, looking at once
so much more Ilk. an Injured child
and so mpeli more like an indignant
the whirlwind, and I had to admit that I women than 1 had relieved poSSNS
I could not. iTo Be Continued.)
I promised to go with him. It leeined
to me that I had known always I was
coming to this end. The pathway of I
the years had led to If as Inevitably as
discovered sin :..d. to death. But my
sin was to be hidden, not in Jaded Eu-
I t . L ,
iiojuiiu iii.ii ii, iii T ,lllii lino or
have a s-arev meaning than those of the ocean or llio vilderness
dies; like a manntaa
tirsi swallow. For eitv sienn
Letters From the People!
Tlie tirnrrr'n I nun Hour..
Hit BSHm -i ft t
Of all mm iMr. .. . ..-ii mis wi, ,
work. a. b,.i,. i, ,
his helps., ihs 1 . .. u.'.Ing fron I in
S a the m .1 , m .. .
d someilm.e IS nil 1 h
niiy, and by
Ing whl'h tline
' . Id On 00 of Ins
' 11111111 ouisini.l nionev
sqissndsroS on Miassll and
I. ie i... I 1 a I 111 t.eell csilghl doe,
II. : prove lo Ilia kVOssjjjg man . ,, ,
- Insane, uvun if u biu.oi.i ... ....
gs "i 1 not im so n n 1.1
voniuro. How Innocent :t looked,
wholesome iuid hOtSSSWafsSyl I moved
in In the aprlng for then the blood
(lulokona most readily to Impudences, I
think and, with boxes of Jonquils
blnoirUlsf In my windows end the eun
sM'ne str.m'iig aenws the polished
n nt of the music r.Kim and lingering
w irmly on the little rosewood piano
and lighting the Ts pin SOS prints, I
thought my home excuse enough for Its
Otvn exlstf nca.
Leonard Hall came atil sat In that
music room, by eurvllg it and by candb
light, sn.l looliM at me with his email.
i-iat lis i""" eoioren oyos am laugnnit at me
Reflections of a ?t 'it
nr. -.r" Maasn-j
By Helen Rowland
Copyright, ill, fcy The rreai PnWiihing i"e. iTtu Nw T.uk Worl.h.
fin the Tall
( V iVei average lore match is merely a matter of pink
sT 1 in h t rt t n rv nmiilti ntt1 rn tel.,itn seaeaisssla
t" f"i"wtt -fi iravewts RBfu ry
H1mitl doomed to go up in smoke.
vrirn lot r rfies a te(f woman Will etvs if a out -A-hurinl
without stopping to prrurni nn autopsy on it.
ogo could 11,.
twey sores Uresi ; .; ,,. A t, i
ef even Men i , .. .1,
to ISatesgotvei ...
ehone to at;. ii ; . , f
there l ne r-oi t, r.,- f r i 1 ni
psispi. gould .
medlosj prefeiotoa mas
p.iaa roaOlUllolls, J10 hum may ohjjool,
mi in., tvoraas eittaes w;ii eaten.i bis
Iwgftl roi.griinili.iHi to tn jury au,l
N Jlldft itH.iun, And may we liuva
Slugs SttOll j.iri'.s, Sad inure r n.'li of.
dliilsl A ft
Edit o r
fly John L. Hobb. 1
far-Haas Is S ISOSten'S MS tsef b, hut, in the average girl's opinion, the
.hardest part o) the work cnili at the altar.
It is itifrleiiU tn fell WhSihSf Eve van supposed to he an improvement
on Attain or ninelp on afrrfnonphf.
Haojrd, lug '" '"!b...1
with 11.. . It's sti Ts 1U1 Sdiies 14 The Bsrelsf Weeldi
sss don't mi. 1, in ., , .... , . 'a nswo o Iht lottos vt 'il H u, '.
hsstday, fai . , ,, , " w"h N " ssalna u'...ti ht tw no
te oto.e, Mklstsj oaii t ... ;..., : U ' 'S "hat) pshaw11 asp slssplssaas 1.
meay, j. . ,. ! - " mjp rrustssnd feHsrl
am. , eg, snga, 1 ill wild ii.uiiaiy fus iasssaalsi he
S i"' ... 11 V ' l eat, Iht, (tTy in. - ai
The t-ltisene of yorl ... . ,.. fSft .....I .al made, being rather
lend a vols at hiaks , , :,,,t ,., Iai , ;..i... . ;., t. ntorsjn0i hut thaj rniarUl
Hsbtn ewe, oho o sensiUy rvtunQ s uur., by making Ulwf af
! footed 11.. BPinioa, r uia blah "d f.., iu (up. tm ni,;;,,
brows, wtssss no -r i iasanlly, ..i dsalsi iieuld iibu.it no hSM aSfttls let
ar U - Cad la soi s ( would ibs mm SaWsive buyi
stfriosi pay ..1 terns S - ; ... ... , . lrtM Vt opeMrod
Wiim- H!''! wss -sn. erlotlHrt H fhfl) ... ul thai wa
ea aa ottssslie mu.u... ,,, 44f. ' '' 1 f
Sllir Hint baa a nnn,l mind has a
r BORflm TltAI'MT, Iht UTalStSAkati
rll, H t.uil 1.11 illHliy dootorg 144,
11W..1U isn n ! .,. :.,n thai
u oan hardly
Of eninr, tronmn sJionlit haVS the ballot if she wants it or anything
else she lennts; ami 7 tnru u-rre polite thej il give it to her Urflhotll being
in rutle and fussy nhout it.
Hny HaJIsRI 1 .! thai tli
IUiVliies his wile u
afataal ISPS merely n matter of "being on the same u lie;
the letpei so uftm nft oroesesj before the ftoairifstoos ti overt
a at as. in. ii wl.n gi
S oiilv o. 31
.ait of llSg I
Fittsi than ' A SI Oh fnaotSI thai ffi morf subtle ami effeetlve iray to flatter a girl I
! to speak prlttoallp of ell her irt friemi--ad if iiuof is.
D nKI'H got nevtr In e-.e .. is al-
Pays egaiiikt the law to kill them. ertatnlu o RHSBOnfl una B'lc enii fie "ftlmas" nfter th'-y are Hvotett
1 ' I stuoh wmrr sestlVi Hoti IhM before fhep aro Uvotott,
MRU H'lmiNti. 11. a mffragelt., s
Vhet wiisr, tht r."1 things of lfa !
's Hwt 4,v.-i to a weMten she ntssnes '' V41f '" 'ip' ) matrimony, but you never can tell any
fM hy ft esessjltvi
MISS HETFY SCRUDCE SAYS-
IT DONT PAY TO CLIMB
TO THE TOP TOO QUICK
CAUSE SHE'S NOTICED
THE FUST CREAM THAT
RISES IS THE FUST
TO GIT SKIMMED
I KNOW n woman on the business ladder who bus unconsciously formultttd a
creed. I lay "lanlder," since shr la gradually ilim'.lng. and I tVnk she will
roa..-h tilt top through the very force of that creed. It Is something like tuis:
"I believe In the PHHSKNT work I am doing and in
Ihe people who BMPIiV inc. I holleve In W'ullKHfcil. not
UlIINIMi; In BlVtna the PUelH-VP rather than the lC1lt
DOWN, 1 believe Ihet St lM BUI l i V else I an fill gy Sb,
but thai 1 oan do It BSTFTBR. I t.ollevo that a hard Job ON
HAND Is WOrth two easy ones In the PROKTJHC. I believe
In dOlrgj what 1 ba'.o to do TODAT to save trouble; and
TtVatORROW 1 believe It for the same reason. I brlleee
that honesty Is the best policy Jut because It tweets In you
the same thing. 1 believe that a soft answer tunieth away
a grouchy boss and that a kind word DpaWTT COST A.
CKSt, 1 believe that ANV woman who wants work gets it,
and that for me there Is always somrth'ng la 'the oeartS.
I am leedy to do my part -ItlCHfT NOW."
To earn it all up. this woman believes In llRRRnijF.
On the road for a happy business iromnn, the first step necessary is a
6cir in onr's self.
For If we do not believe In ourselves, bow are we to make OTHERS belter.
The above young women, by the very natuie of her spirit of seif-confldenee,
must of necessity CREATE that cmndence In others. Tha man or woman
who is forever going about with a chip on the shoulder complaining that there
is n lock of appreciation Just rOOOtVOS the Invited t,'NAl'PRPX.'I ATION.
But If the days go by finding you with lack of love In the thing y.iu do NOW
the end will find you where you began. Thei.sfore. this w orklngwoman ha. Bee
rluht system in beltevliiK In NOW. Also, when the man who pays the wages to
TROUBLED, and mey even be. In the vernacular, "grouchy," how muoh bottoi
It Is to give the ".oft answer," for any OTHER kind May turn the wrath uhe
ot her ' way YOttR way.
Thnt eny woman who really SEEKr' work finds it Is an old truth.
With belief in one s ability and WILLDtOVMIK it is no Hffteutt matter
to pteltS SOMEBODY realize that you are there for the purpose of trorkiem
and not weeping.
The fallacy often Indulged In lies In the feeling that no OTHER person may
fill your position.
Philosophy teaches that there Is no vacuum. This is quite evident in the cods.
merolal world. Very often positions are but a matter of changing faces onll'.
True, you and I may make ourselves valuable, but that there Is NO ONE
may hocomo Just as necessary is FOLIA to believe.
To give the SMII.K rathe: than the FROWN In bust-ieys is s'lrelv an asset.
A smile Is contagious and often, very often, dispels the gloom of disastrous
transaction with much more BPBBD than the OQBtPUAINIXG p. OCOSS And
how much better It Is to bo BURH Of one's CHRBRPULXKhS rather Ihnn to
take n selfish refuge In rhe right of the matter which ma; or may not lie FAIR
to tho employer.
And nt all times every business woman knows that the "DO IT NOV," habit
ts the surest means for rtSfhlfH overs- rung of h. t ado l.iddei that n. ikes for
TO BD UaLW'MVBTAttflVQ, TO MILK, is the safety ROAD To
The Day's Good Stories
Shelby the Henpecked.
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tounliiHl r.taratiir at CMM point If attpn.ltsii Mart
CkaiwlB Hiailff for a timu. lie IomiwI It no rrtit
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hit 'iff mt with lift n.in- i . i t.s.i' " It waa
'HiiftiVy dn thJ,' or "rtlirtlty do tlat' Inuu iudt.
Inji to aUCeati tvitli ptfaf jh nnslestrluH wtnH aal
arl'tox a .iuIII ona, ho t lm eMaf Kiimlrall da
i 'Aai on ninip adrtcsi fo hlmllav, and Uioufh urt
a man of .tirafH, a,ap hia iu.nt as lt !
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sateli Maa makfl pllla,
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puMitig? mi w4th ton mucU iimiaanaa t.-n mur
wife, efnu tuisjht lo slmv antua (afklMtit, Vou'i-a
a man, f .a', .rry !, il. -n't uuia hrr tMhs;aV'
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o Longer m the) Dark.
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l.nn .ril. t iSfiat, as Kimitai Tt,
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ennit ioiiUmiuii to tin. nun.
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