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recalcitrants when others fail yes, those who fail sometimes turn the
pupil over to the disciplinarian or matron with full and explicit in struction to these officials as to what should be done with the erring one. This example of the failure who none the less would point out to others the way of success is by no means confined to the employees in the Indian Service. They are found all over the world of busi ness and finance, on empty nail kegs at the country store and on the coping of every county court yard. To secure real success, each em ployee must not only be a disciplinarian but the disciplinarian when no other employee is about and an assistant disciplinarian all the time. This does not call for the carrying of bludgeon nor for sever ity of manner, action, or speech, but rather for the constant, thought ful, helpful, quite energy and care which alone can mark the employ ee as great among his fellows at all times. Respectful speech con cerning fellow employees, whether we like them or not, is a fine start in this direction. Let us all be on the job, realizing that discipline is merely self-control and that it is our work whatever be the word ing of the position opposite our name on the pay roll.—The Native Ameiican. -:0: Kicking against the Rock of Offense. v%OT every Indian who stirs up trouble on a reservation is a good mfU leader to follow. Not every Indian or white man who points out so-called abuses, irregularities, grafts and other knavery is a good friend of the Indians. The Indians have suffered more from chronic kickers than they have benefited from them. Many Indians who otherwise are or would be industrious spend so much time and money complaining about everything that they become poorer and more miserable every day. Some reservations are kept in a turmoil all the while by friction created by "chronic kickers. There is neglect of duty, neglect of everything good for a man's best interests when a man devotes his greatest attention to complaining. The Indians are oftentimes victims of kickers' schemes and the 12.