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is saving the strong and letting the
"weak die, yet we expect to lick Jap
an some day. Germany feeds all well
and all born are welcome. But we
act as though we could lick Germany.
We should all beware of nature's god
of vengeance. Allen Steven, 3325 N.
SERVICE DUTY. The word
"service" is quite misunderstood
nowadays. To be capable of serving
one's fellow men one must live in
harmony with them. Any infraction
upon this law reduces the efficiency
and happiness of the individual, with
the result that pain and remorse fre
quently ensue. Personal pleasure for
selfish ends alone turns to pain.
My business is to extract the last
ounce of pleasure I can out of life.
Therefore I must learn the universal
laws, hence science. I must know
THE CROWN PRINCE OF
the truth and only thus can I make
the most of myself. And only by
raising my individuality to the last
capable notch letting alone the
limitation of birth, heredity and the
centuries of rascality and egotism
that I have inherited from my ani
mal ancestors can I be capable of
My advice- is: Make the most of
yourself, learn, the laws which gov
ern the world of matter as well as
mind, and then you will be a "whole
souled man," for whose services the
world wil be willing to pay any price.
Maurice B. Sonnenschein.
Greenwich, Conn. Society women
cleaned up tidy sum by fining mere
male offenders against leap year cus
tom at Field dance. Asklug for a
dance was a grave offense committed
GERMANY HAS HIS
EYE ON PARIS!