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England the Impoverished noble is off
color, especially at big functions.
I congratulate the lady on her bold
stand for her rights, in a land all but
submerged in vulgar democracy.
While there is a great gulf between
the mere producer and .he "profes-
sions, I am sure this teacher belongs
in the upper stratum, hence her
rights are worth a struggle. But
even the lowest strata should insist
upon classification, for money often
raises individuals from a low to a
high rank and such should be well
practiced in the uses of rank, to be
fitted for such exaltation. Aristocrat.
WHO FOOTS THE BILL? I meant
that the producers of all articles of
intrinsic value were the real payers
of all wealth originating from land,
sea and air. H that we eat, all that
we wear, and all things invented and
manufactured for our amusement
and benefit must naturally spring
from the land, sea and air. We can
have nothing of real value that does
not have to be worked out of these
Those who do not work to produce
articles of intrinsic value are non
payers. That is why I say that the
workers foot the bill every time. The
inventors, the mud and dirt slingers,
the plumbers and all other useful
workers up and down the line are the
No doubt Mr. Williams is right in
his way of thinking, but I never
meant it his way when I said that no
matter how high the rich man is
taxed, or for what he is taxed, or in
what manner he is taxed, the worker
is bound to foot the bill. The worker
foots the bill because he produces all
that fills the bill. Frank Smith.
A Japanese inventor has an iron
kettle which bursts into song the
moment the kettle begins to boil. The
sounds are proluced by steam bub
bles striking against metallic bars,
Mrs. Sayre, it is reported, walks the
floor with the baby when it has colic.
We suspect this story is a hideous
roorback, designed to win suffragists'
votes for the Republicans.
We hate being cynical, but why is
it that so many sewing machine
agents, patent medicine men and
shrubbery salesmen have gone into
the automobile business?
Judging from their numerous pho
tographs the Castles are right about
not being estranged at least, not
more than three inches estranged.
We will not be certain of President
Wilson's real trust in Secretary Bry
an until he lets him wheel the new
baby through the park.
Let who will be president of Mex
ico, if villa is wise he 11 hereafter Be
his own guardian of the treasury.
A good way to get more money
circulating would' be to increase the
number of elections.
Bet you when the lawyers get
through with the case, ballplayers'
wages will be lower.
When the mantle of charity fits the
person it falls upon he isn't worth
An "efficient" man is the one who
can make the most profit for his ex
ploiter. "Men smoke and die," says Dr.
Burr. Men die and smoke in ah or
There was a young lady from Gopher
Who went out to ride with her chauf
feur. They found her remains
Scattered wide o'er the plains,
But nothing to show for the chauf
Some farmers in Germany use
roosters foffhatching eggs and rais
ing chickens.. They take better care
of the chicks than the hens do, even
fighting hawks to protect them, and
running with them much longer.