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It is too much money that enabled
Kaiser Bill to finance his war game
of universal world dominion. With
out all this too muchness we would
,have all been at peace and not com
pelled to go hungry. Ceo. V. Wells.
TO J. JACOBSON. No? you fail
to come back on my argument, be
cause under any conditions a gar
dener with a free weed patch would
be a foolish gardener.- Few can get
rid of all the weeds, but the one who
had a patch where they were not in
terfered with would be furthest from
being free and would have much
more wprk to keep them down. If
by having a free patch all the weeds
could be persuaded to grow in it and
not among the vegetables it would be
different The patch would simply
form a foothold from which they
would spread with much more vigor.
I do not believe there is any argu
ment for a legal vice district Jehiel
NO PLACE FOR JOKING. I did
not know that when people applied
at the West Side dispensary for med
ical advice that iWwas the physicians'
duty to joke and kid them about their
hair. I was under the impression
that their duties consisted of giving
the necessary medical examination
and prescription. But in The Day
Book of April 4, explaining Forum
letter - about Dr. Schoolman, he
naively explains that a physician, in
a Joking and kindly manner, touched
her hair and remarked that L W. W.'s
wear their hair short. Ha! Ha!
I suppose the sick patient appre
ciated that joke? If Condo's Everett
True went to a doctor for medical
advice and got a joke instead, I can
imagine what would happen. Everett
would me minus an umbrella.
If I went to a restaurant to eat
and the waiter brought me a chunk
of coap I would start a small war,
and the same thing would happen if
I went to a doctor for medical advice
and received a joke. I think "One of
the Patients" took the right step
when she exposed the joker? In con
clusion, I wish to state that it Is the
duty of the board of directors of the
West Side Dispensary to demand of
the physicians under the control
medical service and not jokes.
If a sane person is looking for
jokes he will go to a theater and not
to a dispensary. Wm. E. Chance,
169 N. Carpenter.
YOUNG MOTHER. No doubt you
were greatly wronged, little mother.
I believe you were not much to
blame. I am sure you want to do
right, but it is hard to make some
understand. Yes, you have a chance
if gossiping tongues will let you
alone. J. J.
GOOD ACTIVE BUSY. Life is the
sum of all activity in, on and about
the qarth. Yes, in all the universe.
Vital forces communicate tihs activ
ity or its sum by impulses to a well
developed human being in- such form
and magnitude which is utilized. A
less varied communication by the
vital forces is received by animals,
birds and beings and things of lower
forms of life.
An individual living being has or
ganized vital forces grouped about
him, and even in him, and these are
for convenience called personal or in
dividual vitality jacket Through
this personal vitality jacket the
above-mentioned communications by
vital forces of different classes reach
the body and brain. The result is
that the body functions and moves
and the mind actiyity is performed.
The vital forces have been classified
by me, and if J. Jacofcson wants to
know more of my thoughts, theories
and imagination I will be glad to give
him it by the barrel full. I have
completed a comprehensive common
sense theory of the creation of life
and living things and beings.
I have produced thoughts and
made notations on my new biology
since 1910. My observations and ex-