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assets of this institution 'be Util
ized to investigate the causes sof
delinquency, and crime? The pro
fessors help the-farmer, and turn
out doctors and druggists by the
score, but they could aid the state
far more "by looking into social
conditions which are responsible
for our crowded institutions.
"Most of our jailers have neith
er the character nor the training
'desirable for positions of such re
sponsibility. Many of them ob
tained their places through poli
tical influence, in spite of the civil
service rules. I am in favor of a
training school for jailers."
She declared thatin most cases
the country poorhouse was a bad
ly managed home ior the aged
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Teacher What is it, Tommie,
that 'Shakespeare tells us "be
comes the throned monarch bet
ter than his crown ?"
Tommy Hair. Harper's Ba-
Glory is sweet when our heart
says to us that the wreath d
honor ought to grace our head.
Krummacher. Good ! But there's
a whole lot of people who let
their hearts run away from them.