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Evei)iRf "World Daily Magatfee
Saturday, September 29, 1017
Jake: "I Told You So!"
By J. H. Ct cl
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AND THEY THOUGHT IT IMPOSSIBLE!
0.VK fretftsl tar in th J&tt But dc-a tkc wrk it taak
l a) NH U4 a", Ml4 do tt Mtaf.
Baca ii tf irt ( rilra4 moa nU4 flatty
tiw Kraai. Post, vWa pnat4 a o ut a dnapaU trmm Caicaica :
EaiatiSMUM Of MM4Mtl 'reapUUHI h4 - prf alien ba
t ixia te ra41ra4t M Ibr skippers ! aiders, He
Mly aa lamaae I (or taat Ib eflilpmawt. In the past ttrn
taiaataW. k that Ue tbr to4lt h'f Mr ' Wi trtri
Kvrx r U t4oc Ui4M to mimxtn hfl Imhi time U
MHiH In ldln( end unloi4lnit TttkUc the rrporU o!
totdlHM f Wafers ratlrotdi th pait to tuonlbi, Uir b
run 4edtlr undr lt rr', 7t In lb Mtna (Iwih carnlfKr
barn is&dn a rood bewlnK t'CMirA Tfrr or ban carried morr
fr el Klit and brwlbt In an tnerand revenue Mum oual and
rnWIIannaii frelcbt la brtnc motnd wlU dIay tban at
any prerloui time,
In other wordi, thoush it ha tken wr to conrinoe the railroad
of the United Ftate that nomcthing CAN be done to atop the enor
moui annual wnite and tho perpetually rvcurritig tic-upa of freight
traiflr due to lot can, halMoadwl cant, cnr lying for wecka empty
and Idle on the tiding of railroads thnt took their own time about
aendlng them buck to the iyBtema to which they belonged though it
haa taken supreme national emergency and tho compelling action of a
war board to get the railroada to study practical co-operation along
theo linos, nevertheless the lesson h nt last in tho way of being
America may be sure that not all the efficiency and team work
to which tho country Accustoms itself while war lasts is going to be
put aside and forgotten when peace comos. I
Exigency is teaching the people of tho United Slates things not i
only inestimably but permanently valuable
And not the least of them no far is this promising demonstration '
that the railroads OAN get togothor aa well to servo tho public, by a 1
better thought out plan for the cooperative bundling of earn and I
freight as to defend themselves against propnpd cnrtiiiliitpnt of thoir '
privileges or lowering of their rates.
Somebody aura put th pon to Fusion:
AS IT WORKS OUT.
fk GREEINO to tho farmers' demands for an increase iu the
f prico of "B grade" milk, to jo into effect Oct. 1, tho mil''
dcnlera mako it clear that they will, however, take no more
milk than consumers are willing to buy at tho advanced prico, and
thct if necessary thoy will close some of their receiving stations.
On tho othor hand we hare the Dairymen's League appealing to
the public in the advertising columns of tho newspapers, begging it to
remember that there is no food so nutritious and necessary aa milk
and urging that increasing quantities of milk shall appear on Now
YoTk tables to take tho place of non-perishable foods which must bo
sent abroad. While the League's secretary insists:
".Milk U the cheapest article of nourishment there Is. and
the people should be encouraged to use tt aa freely aa possible
for the reason that the shutting down of the cramorlcn or
receiving stations, threatened by the Ms milk companies, in runs
that the dairymen In the districts affected will have either to
make their milk Into butter and cheese or sell their oowa for
beef, which would be more profitable, and thus the production
of milk will be greatly reduced for a period of years."
Under an ancient law of supply and demand, now obsolete, If tho
public found iteclf unable to keep up its habitunl consumption of a
given commodity because of the high price put upon it production
of the commodity continuing unchecked by calamitous circumstance
the prioe of the commodity camo down until normal demand waa
reatored, tho producers of the commodity meanwhile readjusting their
percentages of profit and, be it said also, their scales of expenditure
and their plans for exceptional further gains to the plnln economic
facta of the situation.
.We have, of course, changed all that
So that New Yorkers find it the moat natural thing in the world
to be told not only that they must pay more and moro for milk, but
niso tnat If, ln ordor to mako both
endeavoring to got along with leai
eiaugntereaana tnere will be no milk at all I
Germany ettll has ,80O,00O man to carry on the war.
But what did ahe eet out to dc-what ban aha doneT
Measure the defeated hope In "still."
Kaval Mllltla MMhode nlamea.
Ts Km Editor of Ti Etulst WsrUi
I wish to call your attention to tho
grow mismanagement of the Naval
"Mllltla. My aon was aworn In some
time ago and told that ho ahould not
go out of the city as he might be or
dered to report at any time. The call
cam ordering blm to report on the
21th Inst., at 11 A. M. He Immedi
ately phoned tha officer In charge of
tha training ahtp, asking whether the
call waa for eervlco or only to receive
uniforms, and waa Informed that It
waa .for Immediate service. On the
. strength of thla be resigned his posi
tion In a large trust company, whlob
hs had held for three yeara. On bis
return home Friday P. M., he found
another card rescinding tha first
order and telling him not to report
until further notice. Then he could
not tret hla place back. Now ha la out
of poattlon and will find li vary dlU
ends meet, they try the dodge of
milk the cows will presently bo
From the People
flcult to obtain another, aa he Is Ha-
ble to be called any day or may be
not for four or five weeki. He baa
been placed In tbla quandary by the
groaa muunanaa-ement of aome officer.
A. F. H.
It Ia Worth aa.no.
To tia tdltor TU rtealni World i
Kindly tell me the value of a ft gId
Yoa Arc an American Cttlaaa,
Totla Editor af Tba Xvulna WorUi
My mother waa born In tha United
Btatea and my father In Austria, but
he came to thla country when twelve
yeara of age and became naturalised
wnen twenty-one yeara old. A friend
of mine says I am an Austrian aub
Ject, in aplte of the fact that I was
born lrittli United States. 1 claim
tout i am an American. u. 6.
To tha Ittlter af Tti tnuAst Worttl
Pleaae advtaa me on what day Aug,
1. Utt, fall; also flept. It, llT.
A. A U.
a a m aaaa i a i i vw r vaw
By Sophie Irene Loeb
Oorrrlakt, lilt Vr IYm MjIUSiIbi Oo.
nt Nw Totk BnalM WoclU.
ASIAN from Staten Island wrttea
a letter, algnlnr "Daddy,"
which apealta volumes. Here
"They were Beat
od boalde me on a
subway local two
dapper youn" men.
Tbelr talk bur.
treated the cam
pus; their apparel
at Its beat.
B-i,.iL- " 'Wben l got to
hla apartment I found him washing
dtshea.' aald one, with undisguised
Any guy that'll do housework
Un't a man. thafa all.' replied tho
other, with an air of finality.
iSome yeara ago, after having done
my bit for my alma mater by help
Ing to win tho 'big game' with a rush
through centra for a touchdown, I
Jumped from campus toga to khnkl
and went with the boys to tno l'liu
Ipplnea. During my stay thero 1 waa
fortunate enough to be mentioned
once or twice for 'gallantry In action'
and consptcuoua bravery under Are.'
I oame home a First Lieutenant.
"So far aa I can remember the
only Injury i have over done a woman
wa to marry a charming irlrl and
thereby ruin what would have been
for her a career. I have tried always
to be a gontleman and to consider
every other fellow a gentleman and
every woman a lady. I am mild by
nature and love ohlldren, particularly
when their faces are dirty. Perhaps
It la the knowledge that I some day
will be old that leads me to oonsldor
tha feelings of my elders a selfish
consideration, undoubtedly. I am big
and strong and have taken care of my
self in several fistic encounters.
"Perhaps you have guessed It by
thlat 1 am somewnat conceited.
have been told I do thlnirs well; somo
have deucribod me by that meaning
less word, 'clever.'
"This ooncelt baa been the cause
LOllD NEJLSON, the clenryman'a
aon, who was the real founder
of the glory of Britain's mod
ern fleet, waa born 169 yeara ago to
day, Sept. 1, 1TSI. Although the
ahlps which Neleon fdught would
now be eaay prey for the navy of a
minor atato, the indomitable pluck
and spirit with whloh he Inspired his
men remains aa a heritage Ionic after
bis vanished flaata bava crumbled to
I JtiT 0 1. ' Po-
Who Does Housework
of my wanting to accomplish what I
aoe ouiera doing. io toaiter wnai
tno work may be I someaow feel thl
I can do it aa well tut the one whom
I am watching. Take, for Instance,
my wife with her housework. Hhe is
a wonder at IU Her dusting, sweep
ing, washing, Ironing and t.dylnx; fro
a science; tier cooking and sewing
an art. One would hardly realize ahe
is working, yet, when she hta finished
the rrault speaks for Itself And she
Is so cheery wtth It oil. her boui'j.
hold duties appear to be a pleasure
"I lova to watch hbr. a&d ut 1 watcb
I have ofton wondered whether 1
could do any of the work ne&r.y so
well. Occasionally ahe feels lndls.
posed and nhe is compelled to turego
the pleasure of her bounjworlt. It Is
at ouch times aa tbM thai my con
ceit reaches Its hujiit. J grauip the
opportunity to show her that th
fitmale of the pc.ti U not pre.eral.
neut In the doseetlc arts and
(tclcncea. In oti.tr worda, I jump In
and take ber pla.ee.
"One would ntrrtr dlaoorer any
nroKcn dishes alter I had finished
waHhlng thero u&Il&s porbap.i onu 1
made a count of those remaining .
And uftor I had done the sweeping '
ana nuHting one would never find ,
any dirt In th main pari of thn j
i luuiit.i Atuncci, n lit. k , nam nici
lacked In the nelfaatls;a:t.un of a
lob well done I have teen cirapon
aated for In 'h know!dK that my i
Intentions were good. Had 1 not
glvon those dear little feel upstairs a j
well-earned rratT Ha4 I not at least
tried to lessen her burden? And bad i
she not kIvmi rno a rlorluua smile of
appreciation when I had finished?
"Hut now, after that eventfu, sub
way ride, 1 urn worried. Because i
I have rcen lit to do this now and i
then, why is It I am not a MAN"'
Are my other claims ta the titio off
Bet liy this bit of occasinna' Indut.
cretlon? 1 urn afraid I ul.l co'.toue
to wash her dishes onco In a while,
but the point Is, why must this dis
qualify mo from being a tn.in?"
Indeed, my dear "daddy," I hopo
you will "cuntlnuo to wash her dlahCH
once In a while." I hope you will
alwas regard her In thu light that
you biiow in your letter. It li, good 1
tu find uiun llko you in tho world. '
Tf 4a li.'i-fi ilui. uf ...tti. 1 1. ml It ...... m..
fc ...... ... jiu i.i .i-iiihi-iil.it
anil your willingness to reallro tho
vultio of woman's work that you uro
Dig enougu to help rullcvo tho hard-1
ships that I'omo to every house
keeper. It is only the small follow who has
nover "rushed through for a touch
down" or never fought In tho Phil
ippines or used bis flBta when nec
essary, llko the llttlo Broadwav
frump you overheard In the subway,
that couldn't possibly understand the
nncness of npirlt that Brands ready
to relieve the burdens of his mother's
bex, no matter what kind of effort It
Of course, there Is tho huxband who
is Imposud upon by a IcIsure-lovinK
woman. Such a man, either to
avoid a quarrel or because or lovo of
ner, aoes ncr worn as wen as his.
Sometimes be docs not show enough
mannish spirit to muUo her realize
her part of tho marrlugo contract.
While we may deem him a bit weak,
he Is "mora sinned against tban sin-Pin-
11 ut for the man whoso affections
lead him to give the helping hand in
the homo occasionally to help his
helpmato any right-thinking person
will respoct und honor him for It.
The man who lu uahairfd of holplng
the little woman of his home In times
when she needs It Is only a aham,
Only that work Is Ignoble which is
done In tho Interest of wrong.
Doubtless the Broadway fellow
would not hesitate to have a woman
labor for his livelihood. And ho
would call hlmsolf "a man" aimply
because ho had never washed dishes
or swept floors. Look back Into his
tory and you will llnd that tho big
men of tho day never failed to per
form the little services to help save
their women, especially the women
Personally apeaklng, according to
your account, your dishwanhlng and
trraclousncss toward the woman of
your home only adds to the sen-Ice
of whlrh you spnk.
In truth, "a man's a man for' that
and a' that and a' that."
Huge Clothing Sterilizer on Wheels
For the Armies in France
HH barber's eternal question, "Hot towol, Mr?" la answered In a novel
way In Franco Just now, A giant sterilizer on wheels tukes care of
tho towels and other article of the men wton return from tho fighting
rrtnch om-iii Iltn8rpa. Monthly. The water
Is hratod by gasollno or kerosene. Trio sterilizing chamber ts largo enough
to accommodato nearly h hundred soldiers' bus. It takcB about an hour to
thoroughly clean u uniform, but proportionately less for towels.
Caps and masks miiflo of aluminum
through whlih hot or eold water can
be circulated for ufo as surgicul com
presses have been Invented In ICutopo
Coal was discovered so close to a
Virginian's refcldeute that a mine was
opened and tho fuel It carried on u
amull rallroiiU to the heater in bis
In Bcotlana tnere nas neeu nullt a
driwbrldjf in whloh all the work
The J a IT Family By Roy L. McCardell
CoimrUrtit. 117. fcj tfci I'm l'ubllt4 C
(TU N Tuk KitaJa IVorlJ).
HH. J AHU buaUcd In, late for
dinner, but smiling radiantly.
Had It been Mr. Jarr lato for
dinner, there would have been no
smiling of any deHcrlptton.
Hut theso are the days when tho
world is being made safe for democ
racy by many bewildering mothods,
and If ladles ore late to dinner they
have a gaod excuse, and It is about
time they had some privileges any
way. "Walt till I get my things off."
panted Mm. Jarr, "and then C-ertrudo
must get tho whisk broom and dust
off my skirt. I auperlntendcd the
packing of a doien boxes of books
and periodicals, as I am chairman of
tho packing committee. Of course ,
tho Baroness Holsteln, who Is a spy,
tried to divert us from our work by
front and puts them
through a steam bath
which both cleans
and disinfects them.
Thus tho eprend of
dtscuse is prevented.
docs not keep her
sterilizers at home.
Hho sends thorn di
rectly back of tho
tlrnt lino trenches In
villages whero tho
troopH are permitted
to liathe occasionally.
From tho photo
graph It will be seen
that the larger tank
of tho two Is the
steam chamber, whllo
tho amaller tank con
tains water, says
of opening and closing It and guard
ing trumc over and through It 13 done
t. J.oois u oxDeiimentmg with
a l Inn to BUi round trutHc poucumnn
at niKht with light thrown from
beui'clihghts on nearu) buildinga.
Paris has established a inueoum of
the horse, nrescutinir a complete his
I tory of the animal from thy earliest
Ira ran period to tha present day.
'4rrata ara iD6r lm ta Jr Hut ryarf tbe aiiUi wu rle
.rtut Hut.rr I'aia araaf a Wu.a t Mcnt4r at ) Utbl, aal a
Mound I'atua art, y a 4fMta al Vlruua. M"r Waihiuiu
Xur.a uf II. f i'KiHilMlla aa tf any v( imv-.rtw.oa lt Oxf
ItM Uiat U. MtfuiH MM hM !( tiru. Aji Nofthra aratera an4
fcWMfiarrr clanxfH r a arata4vit M whKk u.4 hamntr tho Can
r4rjr to it kna. "On ta HIhfHn4 " mu Ui iita. rn fall of the
Cof4taU rapllat ttni4 m l irrnok uf thu tVi.trilrrarjr And tha
wova'twwaid Htclnuvnd banan. One. M4onl(, wlUi a vanguard of JI.CCO
luait. wu nt from WttnhiiiMtuu Into 1rainla
Thua In th oemlnjr baltl nur rldlrra wora
to ta rnaajrrd on aaoh all than th UnltM Htta h! rvtr befora put Into
tha rt-M al una tltiifc. In thaae rtuya of bui: nrmlea fiat imi abauM.
Hut it 1 tma. (ieorxr WnxhtnKtoa tlurlnK Vie. Itfvn:utn sever bad aa
mnuy aa IZ.OM min eDKHfft! In iiny one buttle. In thu W.ir of 1813 and In
tho Mriknn Vr our lu-mlta hid ttnn llttla Untrr tiitin Waahlnirton'a.
1 Thua tli two opiK)lnc forcaa of J 1,000 and of ST.tll m Nurthcrn Vlrdnla
itiikxl a numcrloHl rrcord for Amorloan nmuea.
Hlowly th foe oanix In touch with eh othor. The outpoata met In a
aklrtiilah at UlacMurn ford, whara nlout ality men on flther aide weri
Killed or wounjd. TMen, on Humlay inonilntr, July !l. thn buttle bgan.
Acroaa thn road from Alexandria to Warrenton, naar Mnnannaa, ran a
oraok known n Hull Htin. It waa npannl by a mone brldire. Jnat wm
, of thla brldKe, alonp the turnpike, wnKd th hottest rwrt of the fluht The
ronnioi ia Known to niaiory uotn ua
ltatll of Mannaaai.
isany on nunaay mornina; tha union forcoa atUokod. The Confederatea
were posted alonp the creak from the atone bridge to the railroad. Jfo-
, Dowoll had maaaad hla army at Contrevllle, a little to the north. He opened
the battle by hurllns one of hla four division at the ntoue bridge which
was held by a eln:le Confederate brigade. '
Johnetone hurried rlnforcemonta
! .... ,.,.. nil,, wiiuuku iae v.oniederate Unas.
urnTn(t ubdk meir opponenia, ,
But on Henry Houee Hill were drawn up the troope of Oen. T. J. Jeo.
aon. And aa;ftlns.t this obstncle tha
Nortbernera tHt In vain. They could not atlr It.
"Stonewall" Jaekion j Meanwhile the rotriuUng- Oouthernera had tlma
Earn$ His Nama. to raUy.
,w; "Jaolcwn Blonds llko a atone walll Jtrtl
Untly cried one Confederate onWiwin "
wall" Jackaon he remained for the rest of his life.
The Union army could make no further headway. The Mone waU"
had milled Its vlctorloua advance. Bit by bit tho Houthernera forced hlv
their foes. Tho battle tide won turning. roroea oacK
In (food order the Northerners foil back. Hut they were raw recrultM
who found It eaeler to keep thoir heads In a choree than 4n n I '
the purmilnpc Confederates preasod them more closely thy became n'antr '
fttrlcken. They threw away their Run, broke ranks and ran for rhelr lira." t
It was not a retreat. It waa a rout, a shameful iwni.,. t, .
waked the Nation to a sense of Its peril as no victory could have dnni
And the men -who had fW In terror that day lived to flfrht later tike heroes
talking of how much good rolling- did
her. At any other time we might
have listened to her, for that is one
thing every woman la interested In,
except, of course, thoso who are try
ing to put on. But If I put on, with
all the work I have to do outside thlB
houao as well as In, then it's no use
for me to roll, and so I told her!"
"Itoll whatT Ureakfast roll or bank
roll, or roll, 'thou dark blue octan,
roll 7' " asked Mr. Jarr.
"Vou know well enough what kind
of roll I mean," said Mrs. Jarr as abo
took ber seat at tho head of the table.
"I mean to roll off superfluous flesh
fat. Tbero Is nothing like rolling to
take it oft. I've never tried It, but
everybody cays bo!"
It must be considered that Mrs.
Jurri nko m08t ,adleSi WM nmbl(lex.
trous. That Is, ehe could serve at the
table with both hands and keop on
talking at tho same time.
"So you still believe tha stout lady,
the Baroness what's ber name, la u
spy?" asked Mr. Jarr.
"Yes, wo do, but much good It will
do her trying to pump us for uuy
military secrets," replied Mrs. Jarr.
"In the first place we don't know any,
und In the second place all the things
wo are pucklng up to aend to the sol
diers simply go to the various war
auxiliary headquarters, and I don't
believe tbey know there, at thoso
place-M, whero they are tlnally going.1
"What happened to-day, bwtldea tho
Baroness snooping around and being
baffled?" asked Mr. Jarr.
"Why, w had a wonderful talk on
How tho Housewife Can Help Hoov
er.' Wo will have to do without sugar
"Do without sugar? asked Mr.
Jarr, who liked two lumps In his
"Yes," said Mrs. Jarr. "if we do
1 1 rp
fen Commandments" of the Bos;
IiKU are the conclusions of olio
bueccshtul concern on what
maKcs for thu huccesa of un
employee and tho house as well.
Theso modern "ten commandments"
just about cover the subject:
I. Don't Ho, It uastes my time, and
yours. 1 urn Huru tu catch you In the
end, und that U the wrong end.
II. Watch your work, not the clock.
A long Uuy'a vaik makes a long dm
bhort; unU a shui". day'a wuik maUi j
my fnee lung.
HI. (ilvc me ii oris than 1 eiv?,
and 1 Will give on more than ou
c.pect. I can .iflord to Increase jour
pa If you lucictue my pronto.
IV. You o'uti uu much to yourself
you cunnot "fiord to owe anybody
else. svvi uui oi uuui or ixecy out oi
n ( f V4 w4 W Wad Wra ua4ar
(a H aa Ika tvM (fa4 ua1t wf ia 0rll Wat.
rV J4t Mi HmmlL Wa U r oMatug, 7Va
p. tiiaiwra fab lrr aatkt W H Arau SZ&
HtitiiitiM f tni an4 n aaaoeNasya
h4k drHt. Tti NW. a a ., U4 rf et
( WMt- war poaatkS. Wbtt. Arm ltd, tbt fU
ef Kort HtHBtr !( ( aatsUr tr tu jHlmlt
doia. Mr a.iHtfal fl ' ti N'rta aa that tba
Ce(Mra womU W fa- wtuia a try Uv
Tka aaw tax BrH ataaaaa, ad taf baa 1
rkaar tiatr MlM MuClnUaa trf4 Wat Vlrft&la
t UMlxiti ia Jua aaU vui a eu4 Ceo
tha ramalcn of invaalon.
Union army mvvM toward Manaaaac,
Confrdrratf Orntmi, ZJaaurcgard, vaa
wtth I7.ISS mn.
me Hume or Hull Hun and aa th
to the bridge and by I.JO A. M. th
not dontlroly without atuar fron,
tnis on. the brave and wonderful
l-ronoh people won't hava . .i,
In two months."
"Well, then," Mr Jarr u.
HIM , aa"4 MI1UU,
hve no sus-ar so th v..
can have sugar we'll be Just aa bad
uu oa mey would havo boon. What
"Then thoy can BtOD ualn
and we can have gome," aald Mra.
- -".. IJUDB-
tlon and that's the way It w.
UUMIUUUUV UflKil Ihnl
swered by our efficiency expert, Mlu
Amanda Pccksteln Flint. She has put
In u wonderful card Index flyatem Into
our war relief work. It took ail th
and thoso curd Iminr .J
very co-Uy. w. man
uertSl?e"bead C0M8 aw' lsn'1 U
"It bi Indeed," replied Mr. Jarr
But all those clar Un.i tV.K.r:
and plpca and tobacco you werVmini
to iond to the soldlera won't bo flintr
"bint nn li' " .i I.I r . ..nil. i
. ... mm mm, jarr. Alias
Amanda Pecksteln Flint aald tilt
hereafter we would have cost
slicetB on everything, though And
wo are all to be ussesEed to p iy
weekly salary she Is to getT Mra.
btryver hail a vote of thanks t adored
,M,?5.A.manda Eckstein Fl at, and
illss Hint, who la a typical ef Jlency
BJBtem business woman, told u ato.
tie of eolf-aupportlngr womriT who
Bold fancy articles from puskcarU
In college towns, and who earrled enf.
flclent to put their husbands throui-h
post-graduate courses, and nel-er lm.
paired their own social etndln-a
wlmtevcr." T -".a
"I should aay not," roplUd Mr
Jarr. "Then tho war Is not ony mak
ing the world safe for demooricy, but
It 1h increasing the efllclenoy of eftl.
"Oh, it's nil bo wonderful" said
Mrs. Jarr. "Of ooursc, I don'l Under,
stand It at all. and It uses all tha
money w collect, bin yof should
havo seen tho wonderful chals show.
Ing how clllclent an efllcieicy sys
tem was that 5Uss Amana. PeckT
eteln Flint drew for usl"
. Dishonesty is never an xjcldent.
Uood men, like good wtfme, never
too temptation when they mot It.
VI. Mind your own business and la
time you will havo a business your
own to mind. r
iVII. Don't do anything herewhioh
Hurts jour eolf-respoct, An erployee
who Is willing to steal for ma I will.
Ing i" steal from mc.
VIII. It is none, of my buatneaavhat
you do ut night. But If dlsslptlon
aff. els what jou do the next dayand
umtn us i oomnd.
v..,i II I.. .il I. .If Lin lnn i
l. Dun t toll mo what Pd Ilk .to
hem. ijui what I ought to hear. lin't
wun i u valet to my vilnitj-, butpna
for my dollarx.
Jv. Don't kieit if I kick. If yora
worth while correcting, you're wth
wnue Kuuuuii;. t aon i WustO tie
cutting apaclea out of rottaa i