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as his men.
"A man who can't play can't
work," says David Monroe. And
if ever there was proof for the
ory or doctrine, the Monroe ranch
is sure "it."
In the comfortable den of the
big house, the six husky sons,
each m charge of a certain end of
the ranch work, report every day
to their dad. The reports are
carefully recorded, down to the
number of eggs and the number
of quarts of milk. For system,
a modern banking-firm has noth
ing on the Monroe ranch. And
it all counts.
David Monroe is a big'man. He
has worked hard and he has play
ed hard. But he is not such a big
man that he hasn't time to cater
to the whims of a score of happy,
healthy grandchildren, sons and
daughters of the six husky sons
and the five robust daughters.
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MAY-'BE- PAPAL -LEGATE
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From Rome comes the report
that Cardinal Falconio's succes
sor as papal legate to the United
States may be Mgr. Giuseppe
Aversa, the pope's present ambas
sador to Brazil, who is in Rome
conferring with the pontiff.
MORE THAN POLICE
The progressive intelligence of
the age demands that our gov
ernment cease to be simply a po
liceman and that it shall concern
itself with the development of na
tional life -along lines that shall
make this .country a better place
for all oius to live in. Wealth
and official power may delay but
cannot present this 'consumma
tion. -G .F. Mosher. , . ,...
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