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L PASO HERALD EDITORIAL
6 WedneSay, Nov. 12, 1919.
BIG RECREATION PARK CLOSE IN
IS ONE OF CITY'S BIG NEEDS
77 L PASO'S rapid growth has nude it a congested dty.
Adequate proyision has not bees made fir hotum:
the population aad as a remit the dose-in district has Be
come crowded to a degree far beyond the average of
American cities of 100,000 people. The city hea a real
housing problem which shonU.be solved while we are en
gaged in dty planning. How 'to avoid the evils which go
with city crowding is one of the major civic questions of
ice time, and the earlier a city begins its planning, the
easier "will be the solution of its problems as they arise
is the fatare.
It is not enoozs to. restrict vices, relieve poverty and
look after sanitation, important though these things are. j
; n order tna; our people may nave proper daman cjhubu- . . .: . , . .. . .
nent they must be given the opportunity for healthy rec- ARIZONA papers, among them notably the Bisbee Dafly
leation. Surroundings have a material effect on acqmr-- - i arc wmj r w"h oi piouieer
illnetrate all forms of open country Jbeswty and
permit the occasional enjoyment by erty families
or large urban groups of the outdoor pleasure
which woods, shrubberies, gardens and broad fields
can give. All city dwellers greatly need these
occasional delights and Americans more than any
otter people; for they have become accustomed
to an indoor life, aad have some to rely on elec
tricity as a substitute for sunlight, and mechani
cal ventilation as an equivalent for fresh air."
Arizona Not To 'Blame For Profiteers.
Room For One More? - - By Hai cofmani
Coprrteht- isis irteraatleeal rtatars Service. Ise.
ec right ideals of pleasure and beauty. Welfare workers
today are emphasizing the value of positive, rather than
negative reforms. They have found that better results
are obtained bv offering the people good recreation than
by merely laving down the Mosaic law "thou ahatt not"
on the habits of the people. Restrictive laws are neces
sary,, but they are difficult of enforcement unless some
thing better is offered. For people always have and al
ays win have recreation of seme sort.
1 Paso has built well, so far. Its appearance of per
manency impresses all visitors. Its pretty little parks
have proven a joy to its people. But the recreation fea
ture has been and is still neglected. The Scenic Drive win
be a big step in the right direction, tat its advantages will
be limited to a great degree to automobile asera. As this
sjass includes a constantly growing proportion of the popu
lation, the project should be pushed with all possible en
ergy, but, while we are providing for the well-to-do, we
cannot afford to overlook the pleasures of the less fortu
nate. A great big recreation park, not out in the country, hard
of access, but close in, would probably do more than any
otber one thing to fin the need here. Under proper super
vision a well equipped park of this nature would be the
mecca for thousands who are now, anting their leisure
ing during' the recent state fair held in that city. The
charge was made that hotels and rooming houses took ad
vantage of large crowd brought to town by the fair to
increase transient rents ootlandisMy.
Whether this be the ease or not we most remember that
sacfa a practice is not esaratteristie of either the landlords
of Arhona or of the people of the state generally. Ari
zona papers do right to make the accusation in case it is
trie and the offeadiag landlords should be brought to
book. But usually profiteering such as the Phoenix land
lords are a ceased of simmers down to a very few persons
of the lees responribfle kind.
In several of the larger cities of the coca try where
profiteering has been attribnteeV to landlords and mer
chants, investigation proved that very few instances were
to be found and that foreigners were nearly always guilty
and not Americans. This was netabiy true in Indianap
olis where the Shrinars this summer held the largest con
vention in their history. Shriners as a rule have money
to spend and spend it freely. The temptation to hold
them up is always irresistible among certain kinds of
tradespeople. Bat investigation proved that less than 20
persons were guilty of profiteering in that city of more
than 300,000 persons.
FBeernx sad the best fair in its history. There were
hours, deprived of any wholesome outdoor amusement. It more people there than ever attended a fair before, Hat
shoald be a place of beauty, aa ornament to the dty, and 'orally a few persons raised price. They always do, des
shcjld have a playground for the children, tennis courts, pite efforts of the responsible business men to prevent it.
a swimming and rowing pool, in fact everything that goes Bat Arttsaa and Phoenix are not to biame! There is bo
vith the best recreation parks.
With ssch an institution, there would be so grambllsg
against the Scenic Drive for the motorists.. Ho one could
say that El Paso looked only after the interests of the
neb, for the children and the grownups from the apart
ments and tenements would have their place of amuse
ment, just as complete in its way as are the drives and
the boulevards in theirs. Such a park should be located
in that rugged country just under the rim of the mesa
east of the high school, where it can properly "tie in" with
the Scenic Drive. One of the roadways leading ap to the
Scenic Drive should go as through the recreation park.
Ho dry has a more ideal location for such a park and
-re are wasting precious time every minute we postpone
bovine tins property and beginning work upon it.
Other cities, larger than El Paso, have set about solving
the recreation problem in their campaigns to destroy the
big city evils. Charles W. Knot, president emeritus of
Harvard university, alter an eznausuve study or city
problems, emphasizes the importance of better dty and
suburban planning and of public reservations of all sorts
:a the city, state and nation. "AH these modes of public
actios, be says, "tell not only en he physical wen being
of both urban and rural populations, bat on the mental
liaising of children and on the cultivation of the whole
population of thoroughly healthy spiritual interests aad
uplifting enjoyments, both individual aad social.
Attributing much of the discontent which prevails to
day to the evils of dry life, Dr. KUot dedans that these
conditions, which crvOizatiott hat itself created, hare de
veloped their destructive fortes in Che caaatry, in spate
c; the schools and chnrcbes aad at free MBrjcal institu
tlons, and in spite of many happy jitfrnratrs from art,
poetrv, music and drama. "Clearly society needs to de
velop a sw and better environment, an environment fa
vorable to both bodily aad mental health aad to the at
tainment of genuine bappsaess," he concludes.
Answering his own question, "What are the means of
compasring this end?" Dr. Eliot says:
"The readiest means is good planning of dty,
town and landscape first applied to areas still
open, and then gradually to areas already occu
pied in undesirable ways. The new planning mast
take into account the interests of the whole eom
raunity, as well as the interests of individual
owner, the social or coOoetive interest always
"The collective force of the comnranity must
further supply the means of mirror, rural and
landscape pleasure occasionally accessible to dty
populations by means of parks and gardens which
plate in the world where greater hospitality can be faaad
than in the seuuwest and particularly in Anions.
Jfexko and the United States hare agreed perfectly
in one respect. The Hatted States says the Mexican gov
ernment will not be asked to pay ransoms for kidnapped
persons and Mexico says she don't intend to.
If rAmranrio contJnaes to mess around with some of
his hot Hooded compatriots he wiH succeed in getting that
traasmal sensation he has bees leaking for all of these
Henry Van Dyke says the world is getting dryer bat
less sober. First thing we know we will hear that prohi
bition was pat over by the "wets.'
Italy is beginning to taste the joys of a repabHeas
form of government. She has to csadact an election with
the aid of armed force.
let that train lead of Canadians come on down. We
can show them a warmer time than they can have in their
Even if we can afford turkey this Thanksgiving it looks
as if there might sat be any coal to cask it with.
The arsis tko was signed a year ago bat w cant
exactly say we have had a year of peaee
The Kaigkts of Cstambms campaign .to Americas
foreigner! is worthy of support.
Did. yes ever aatfee what poor judgment the man has
who aeeaat agtee wtts year
Judge Anderson seems to have broken up the coaH
For health, for happiness, buy Bed Cross Christmas
THURSDAY, MOVXMBKR IS, ltll
ERCURT la In beaeflc uprct to
day, w bile 0ran us is adverse.
according; to astrology.
The sign U read as promising for
publishers and editors, who will find
themselves able to hold their own
against antagonistic minds made ag
gressive by the evil power of Uranus.
It is a day promising to writers,
especially to writers of plays, bat
there will be many failures among
theatrical prod actions.
Music comes under a planetary gov
ernment making for steady growth
tn appreciation of fine compositions
and for Increase ! the number of
Saturn is mildly helpful today, but
the forecast is not good for those
who need fuel or other output from
Saturn warns that the winter will
be severe' and tbat it will brin? much1
Those who Interpret the complex!
aspects or tne stars now aeciare utac
a great unrest will become suddenly
apparent among young men and
women. Returned soldiers, who were
glad to reach home and so were
easily satisfied will now be subject
to the planetary direction which In
duces impatience at restraint and a
desire for change.
Divorces will increase greatly In
number, partly owing to the effect of
the planet Mars.
Uranus, also, s held responsible
for much domestic unhappieess at
this time, since the planet Is believed
to encourage reticence, deception and'
Congress comes under an aspect
that seems to be more favorable to
unity of thought and general har
mony, but there will be another great
historic scene enacted at the capitol
at an early date.
X positive snd optimistic attitude
of mind is recommended at this time,
when acknowledgement of mental de
pression or apprehension simply In
creases unsatisfactory condition.
This should be a fairly lucky day
A FEW more shewsps an' not to
many showdowns might help out.
Very often th feBer that says jest
what ho thinks is thinking a what
some one else said.
tor actors and actresses, since dra
matic critics should partake of f:e
kindly mood for which. Mereory lr
held to be responsible.
Persons whose birthdate It Is should
continue in routine business or pro
fessional pursuits. There may be
danger from false friends.
Children born on this day are like
to be kind and gentle. These s'
Jects of Scorpio often are t
tond of friends and amusement.
First Four Steps In Budget Making;
How The Budget Is A Saver Of Money
By OB WITT A. BAXDEaTX
Ve TOWNE GOSSIP
t2L BcstsUred 0- a Patent Ottlce.
.By K. C B.
DBAS K. C B.: I was very mack amssed by your answer to the letter ef
the man who objects to the manner in which girls hide their ears, aad
paint aad powder and dress. Your solution of the problem these things in
volve might be all right if you csuH got men to marry tie, girls.
Bat what about my problem? I mutfe a man who when he called eat
me was always cleanly shaven ami taascakteiy dressed. I dent think I em
saw him otherwise anta after we were married. And he grows more caralest
every day. Far two or three days be doesn't shave. He works at home ami
always wears aid dories. On the stmt he weald be a tramp.
Aad, K. C. B, of course he expects me to go right en loving him, jatt as I
did when he kept himself neat.
And so I ask yen, what of my prsUera? A WIFE
The Young Lady
Across The Way j
It's set long until Christmas. Do year shopping early.
Bepert the aztarcbists or seatesee then, to bathe.
Pauiens lHtaeJ bed to floods and dreamt:
The. shallot) but the deep ere dumb.
r Water Balelak.
New Mexico Organizing The "First Regiment Of Colonels"
Mexicans Of Sonora Have Acquired Tobacco Chewing Habit
(trpHE 'First regiment of cclanela of
1 New Mexico' Is boras; ra.p'.dly
organized." said W. H. H. Lellen.
commonly known mm MaJ. LtleweUes,
of L Crnces and Fort Selden in that
tata, 'It is fcelng organised by
Oliver Leo. of Alamocordo. who is
-.h "senior colonel of this new and
trictly New Mexico organization, aad
rrrself u 'Junior1 colonel. Wo havo
2 bom 10 enroled already and wo
expert socn to bavo 109, the limit
of the first regiment as all good
regiments should be. Our coram la
st o r. as 'colonels' are being Mtho
.rraphed in nice shape and will be
about the size of an ordinary railroad
.ass tn a nat little leather book. We
xpect to have the organisation far
enough along abont the first of the
earthat we can mobilize and elect
onr officers. Our great plan !s to
make the title cf Xew Mexico colonel
as honored as ever it was in Ken
I'cky. sun' It la destined to be pop
ular. As a sample: Powell Stack
iionse. general manager of the Cartri
dge coal '.nines, has enlisted In our
regiment and already his wife ea'ls
mm 'colonel.' We plan to be gen
erous to our friends in the metrop
olis of the southwest. El Paso,
which is really a city of New Mexico
nvway. and we will he pleased to
"list some 'colonels' from here lit
ijr jrefrtment. Possibly we shajl
' lake El Pasoans just colonels by
brevet as they might have some
stupes about military service abroad
In politically foreign territory across
ihat surveyed, not entirely imaginary
re between the states of Texas anrtj
.-vicmco. vie anticipate great
i"hu8ia!ni at our first mobilization
ti. take place in the near
"X havo heard oro4 doubts er
p 's?ed regarding Dr. Paul Bernardo
AltsndorfTs story of German latrtsue
in Mexico now rmanlnx in The El
Paso Herald becausa he mentioned
seeing Mexican officers of Gen. Callos
in the capital tat HemrnosiUo. Sonora.
chewing tobacco and spitting at
random la the than dirty placo," saM
bishop O. P. Brown, of Xa Pass. "I
understand that people who Know
Mexico wall doubt the statement of
the doctor's aaaertiOB regarding their
chewing tobacco and claim that Mexi
cans seldom or never aaa the weed" In
that manner. I admit that is true In
Mexico except in Sonora. There many
of them hare acqulied the habit and
"ehaW like any Americas. They
learned it over la the Catted States
from Americana. I have seea many
Sonora Mexicans chewing the plug
and when they could not get ft they
chewed the natural leaf. I do not
doubt Dr. Altendorffs statement for
a moment I have road his story day
by day with much interest aad know
that this statement la not to be gain-
"The old time barner who spent his
spare time playing checkers or the
banjo is hard to find." said W. T.
Cavlness. Droorletor of the barber
shop at 102 San Francisco etreet-
-isven in tne small towns yon find
the barbers keep busy at something.
In the city a barber spends his time
when be Isn't shaving, honing his
razors, or doing something useful. If
be isn't working at something he
reads. Barber snend much of their
spare time read Ins tan and maga
zines so that they really eaa carry;
on an interesting conversation. Even i Ing out of cards to !!. -JT .
the porter can nut tn wnrri rtr twn
about the league of nations."
"A large percentage of persons who
come to El Paso and other cities of
the southwest in Quest of health ara
a very high class of citizenship. satd
J. B- Gwln. secretary of the As
sociated Charities. "Most of the per
sons who come here ecanse of lung
dtaeases and similar ailments are vie-
.By WAI.T MAS S.
The Frosty Morning
'THE world outdoors is white with frost, at morning, when I leave the hay,
and I, regardless of the cost, put op a glad and brave hooray. The frost is
gleaming on the hills, and guttering along the vales; the doc should, pot it op
in pills, the druggist weigh it on his scales. I praise it in the highest terms;
it is more precious than our roils; for it's the staff that kills the germs, and
makes the microbes hunt their holes. A mortal loses all his asp when blis
tered by summer son; he toils along with weary step, sad feels as though
he weighed a ton. A alight exertion makes him groan, he's always in a
grouchy mood; in every sinew, every bone, he feels a beastly lassitude. But
when the autumn frost appears, and eager winds his whiskers nip, he rolls
bis shirtsleeves to his ears, and looks for some one be may whip. The lan
guor of the summer time, the weariness of sizzling heat, no more oppress him
when he'j climb around the town on busy feet. In August I am beastlv old.
as c:q ai grayoearus ever are; out wnen ine rrost lies on tne wow, I'm younger ; st-ets. and Cox park at the co-n
'can a movie star. of Kutm and Copia etreets Tn fii
' " WALT MAS0H. I aII." pre;entaunimpr0'ed.named
Ims of overwork and over ambition.
Praeticallv all of them have bold stood
positions in ihs cities from whence
they come and are now competent to
command excellent salaries would
their health permit. I recall the case
of a young railway clerk, who re
cently came here from Washington.
D. c because of tuberculosis. He
was forced to leave a position that
was paying him approximately IMS
per monu. upon arrival nere tne
young man attempted to go to work
aad actually worked several .weeks,
during which time ids temptratnre
was .never below lax degrees. The
young man is osOr ab example of
many similar cases bi m Paso. .
I find that over ambition is on of
the leading causes tat prevent suf
ferers from inns; diseases from re
covering. The first thing that a per
son suffering from tuberculosis does
upon arriving nere Is to try to secure
work. This is the worst thing a
tubercular patient can do. as they
need rest more than anything eise."
'The new svstern MnntiT innm.
rated by the tax collector's depart-
L nwranMe xor tne rapid col
lection of taxes this year," said R.
D. Richer, tax mlttote, "t- -a-
kept in my oflee show that the taxes
paid since October 1 almost double
jSi'a for corresponding
r; "c ve inaugu
rated a complete new system ot laI
Collecting and are rfniMn r. l.
workina- verv irtlr .
"' ' o uie sraiem is tne mall-
the county In which Individual tax
assessments are stated, together with
Sr.iwWch wiU ""' the
property holder tn paying his- taxes"
N. Y. Dentists Unite
For Wage Increase
New Tork, Not. 12. Dentists of
Bronx county, this city, declaring that
the high cost ef living affects them as
well as other people, have organized
"the Lea sue for the Pramotwa of
Better Dentistry.- The main objects
or the new league are a reduction tn
working hours and a soiform in
creased scale of lees throughout the
profession. The league has announced
that practically 70 per cent of the
dentists of the city have enroled. It
also plans the elimination of the "cut
throat" competitor which the league
claims, will tend toward better den
tistry. MORE PARK IMPltOVIiHE-VTS.
Alderman Martin Sweeney, bead of
the parks committee of the city coun
cil, stated Monday that the improve
ment of the following small parks
will be commenced at once: The mid-'
street park In Wheeling street, be
tween Elm and Piedras streets: at
the pump station on Montana street:
tne comer of Hueco and Bliss
IF I was a wife.
AXD X had a husband.
WHO WDT shave.
JWD KEEP himself nest.
I'D WALK right up to him
OR EARLY in the afternoon.
OR JGST before lunch.
OR AFTER dinner.
AS I) I'D say to him,
-yon xjstex to me.
"BBCATJSE FX going to tell you.
"IF TOU don't spruce up.
"AAD SRAVB yourself.
"AND KEEP yourself neat.
TH GOIN6 to leave you."
AND YOUR husband would know
THAT TOO didn't mean It
AAD KKD just laugh.
ASD THEX you'd wait.
FOR ABOUT three nights
ASD YOU'D be la bed.
AND TOUT) start to sniffle.
AND CRY tn your pillow.
JUST LOtTD enough.
FOR YOTK husband to hear It.
ASD HETJ listen a while.
AND YOTjT hold your breath.
SO .IS to make him think.
YOU XMDJTT want htm to know.
THAT YOU were crying
AXV THEN you'd sob
A LlTTI.K wee sob
AND HE'D raise up.
AXD SAY to you.
"WHAT'S THE matter with you?
'WHATTt T' crying about?"
-VN'D THEX you'd cry.
A .LITTLE bit kmdac.
AXD ANSWER his question.
WITH THE one word: "NOTHING !"
THAT .WTO, aaawsr.
m m m
THAT IN years sons by.
HAS DRIVEN men mad.
AND HBD keep on asklnz.
AND lOTO keep on sBSwerlng.
AND ALWAYS and always
WITH TUB one word: "NOTHING r
AND ALONG about daylight.
YOU'D RISE from yoar eoaeb.
AND WITH some soap.
TOITD WHITS on the mirror.
"CHEEKS THAT have whiskers.
"SHALL NEVER ton eh mine."
AND THEX he'd know.
m m m
WHAT YOTTDbeen erring about.
AND'fF be had a heart.
HE'D SHAVE himself. .
THE BIS Stiff.
YOT NEVER should have married
r THANK you.
Billion Feet of Timber Is
Killed By Fires In Montana
Missoula, Moat, Nov. 12. One bil
lion feet ot timber kl'led by IMS
fires Is the estlmato given for Mon
tana's tremendous forest fire losses
for the season Inst dosed. Half of
the fires wore started by human
agency and wore preventable. The
fires burned over S7O.0OS acres of
land and were suppressed st a cost of
tl.foo.eas, according to figures com
piled by the forestry office at Missoula.
Pie, Etc, Occasionally
Might Change Things
Flndlav. Ohio Hftv. H It was all
right for the wits of Larson I. Browh '
to taka hubbv's aav anvalone every
Saturday and out of the contents pay dtdaf see me.
I T rtrnr-,,- l
THE first step necessary la making, naes. This step contalnss prtncirai
. u,-t i. , . ' in budget making which must net 'i
a budget Is the preparation of a , ,oreott" namelv: that one person
Bt&tetneot from each defrajtmeixt of'a chief executive, most prepare and
forernment ehowins wiiat that de-' submit the buJgret. It ia almoat in
partment ha. done, during tbs past I ."utlwlW?; 1-
Tear, aad what it has cost. This some politician shed tears o-.er "
statement becoir.es the basis upon "reparation of powers," and cla-n
which the executive can report to the , the lsatartre shou'd both rre
, , , . , pare and approve the budget-
legislature on what they voted them, j 3mmr 4 cfc He a.
According to the best budgetary prae- j Some of the reasons why the exe-J-tlce
these reports are made la open sbouW hJ,va "' responsib,!.
legislative session, in order to give. Because tbs executive and his
the electorate accurate information ordtsates know the actttal needs
on their government. This practice the department better than a 50 oj
of having the executive before the, day legislator or a school roar
legislature in open sfss'on is new in member who is called to mee..ngs
our governmental arrairs. It should ' two or thee times a raontn.
do much in enforcing strict account-I Because the executive has cor--ability
on the part of executive Prtive view of needs of all t-e
officers. i branches of administration while tp-
The next step is to recommend from legislator represents only one con
each department as to what that de- stituency
partment shall undertake next year.' Because the exeeutlvo Is co--wtth
t careful estimate of cost. This . spidouoly responsible while numer
gives each department head a say in- ous members at a legislature are rot.
the finandasr of h:s own department, i The last four steps in preparing a
and causes him to sit down at the be-! budget will be discussed next.
Taaaimii Last tavr steps la bad
ginning of each year and plan his
work for the coming ear. In this
manner department heads are left "In
the dark" when it comes to running
The TMrd Step.
The third step is a f.nancfal state
ment showing revenues and expend!
lures, debt and asst. surplus and
deficit, and an estimate of the reve
nues for the net yt-ar. These state
amenta enable the determination of the
ability of the government to spend
money lor the next year. It is aa ef
fort to conform with the saying
"Live within your income." Of coarse
tkl, ..!. .1. -l(v, mritliln n ln-
come" is not as applicable In public; oeao ra winuow. inn ioe ottj.
business aa in private business, but, of the streams are co?erl a '!"'
a budget will Inaugurate a more j of several inches. When the w ---
strict adherence to it with heatstit to , mature Into Tooths tho air for
aji. j around is black with them Dut1:
Th. fourth steo Is the sranaratlon I the past year, Jaenlcke state-, t.-
of the first draft of the budget try the ! pests bavs killed several million ' r
cMef executive, as based upon the ro-lof Douglas fir snd hemlock tir-j--:
lUmnnanMi recommendations I He believes, however, that loss" '
and correlated in the light of their operations and natural causes
relative Importance, the needs of the serve to prevent a recurrence of tv
government and the estimated rove-1 breeding of the worms.
Millions Of Caterpillars
Swarm Over Oregon
Portland, Ore Nov. 12. According
to A. J. Jaenlcke, Insect special's:
the forest service, in the smaller
creeks and along their banks in X -lamook
county. Ore., there are r.:
lions on millions of eaterpU'ar so
many, in fact, that they are fcjr
r young lady across the way says
she often thinks the whole rate
question eeaH be settled satisfactorily
simply by making the cam so tney
eoaldat go over 25 miles aa beer.
a premium on the life Insurance ot
her former husband, but whoa Mrs.
Brown fed Larson side mest snd
boiled potatoes about ts meals each
year then he balked. This waa
learned when Brown's cross petition
to his wife's petition for s divorce
sras filed. Brown intimated that a
little pie and eup costard would hsve
UTADDf satd Uttle
U Chris, What eirai
man rrho waa here
and we talked to at
the eirem dMn't
know rerr in a ch
ile told me he waa
rfdlnc la the parade
aad I ted him I -aw
Mai and I did he
waa wtth the peHre ehlef.
Then X toM hint X was
standfnc en the street
that troea down to Mrs.
Zahn's school when he
went by and he satd he
aamV ! Than
I 1 lit has
.'.Patter And Chatter .
Hy S. B. KHMER
Why Can't Preachers Be Reasonable?
1T5 aa satrase. realty,
1 a scandal!
It has HDed Mr fassingstton:
la the hsldest. atalMvt
Has tarstased mm tfeat aw wants
, nlse tn pay!
In i hist, aad T KT klra tattle, If en fcatlen make
HOW can a peeacaer be so noitdly
mtadedt Has tlMagfcts aaoaM be above sack
tJzlBgs aa casks
We fear that he ass let himself be
By wanting things be need say
vi ere trass.
AT if vre pay omT batter higher
has been piiiaitted to
Harry Knew What He Might See- - By Tad
,sssi iM,w s
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thrMgh the astea
For preaeaerm to have
Good batters ara becozatss hard to
War wiH he be ao stzty as to tell aa
Tli hi its tJUit he kaoven mrOX spoil
oar peace at
rant shoot the aia ot profiteer
Aad tent satisfied vrtth, what he's
With enzr taeHaarloas. h is nrarins
Tee verge of BoWieviam, Pa afraid.
too mnett exttielsiBK and m
It he has round tha east of UtIbs
alrniy ; Aad rant get on tvttzteut tneesaaat
Why mast vre hestr aboat it yoa
being drrrea last to desper-
really ahamefsd atssost
Oat woaders what the world isi Far tact of servnntsvalsts. cooks
eowimg toi I and se
If he mn't get oa vftth what be is U fce forget h hlgh-brovr eduea
other! He aatsxtt he useful when
Let Mm look
things to i
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