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warks these incomparable evils be at
the same time destroyed nothing will
be won worth exulting over, for the
most potent enemy will be still with
in the gates and still working ruin.
MERE MAN ALSO TAKES "DAILY
HINT" FROM BETTY BROWN
Mere Man makes his debut among
the fashions today as a regular "be
longer" in Betty Brown's family
fasbion circle. We welcome him cor
dially and we'll see that there's al
ways a place for him among the men
tors of fashion.
The high waist line in the new fall
coats is what the man fashion de
signer calls attention to today. This
high line is well above the normal
waistline and it has jnst the right
curve to give a becoming "swing"
from the waist down. Patch pockets
with flaps are another new fashion
wrinkle, and still another is to leave
iheJast buttoa of the coat open, and
it's equally good fashion form to
leave the last button of the new low
cut waistcoat open. A fawn color felt
hat with a colored band is a nobby
top piece worn by men who study
WANTS HUMANS BRED LIKE
HORSES AND PIGS
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Establish
ment of "Eugenics Registry," the pur
pose of which shall be the develop
ment of an "aristocracy of health"
and creation of a group of human be
ings possessed of superior character-'
istics of mind and body, was advo
cated today by Dr. J. H. Kellogg, Bat
tle Creek, Mich., speaking before the
conference on race betterment
"The establishment of a registry
for horses created a famous breed of
English thoroughbreds," he said.
"The object sought by the proposed
eugenics registry is to accomplish for
human being the same marvelous
transformations and to evolve the
same betterments that have been and
still are being accomplished for pigs
and cattle. We have created wqnder
ful new species of domestic animals.
Why not have a new and improved
species of man?"
LIVING CONDITIONS BLAMED
Living conditions and not climate
or education are responsible for the
high rate of insanity, according to a
report of the Psychopathic hospital
During the first seven months of this
year 1,994 were declared insane by
those figures is the deduction of hos-.
Sixty-five per cent of those who
lost their mental balance were men,
the report shows. Dissipation caused,
those figures, is the deduction of hos- ,
pital authorities. ,,
The women's disease is "maniac- v
depressive" insanity, which usually
results in a form of melancholia. Tho
month of March contributed 355 to-
1 the total for this year.