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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, January 07, 1918, Image 12

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MERRY WIT OF THE HERALD'S CARTOONISTS
EVFRETT TRUE
ta-H-VT DO YOV
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BYCONDO Freckle, and His Friend?
AT THAT THE MAIL MAN WILL HAVE TO FIGHT TO GET IT.
By Blower
?Ha? ?er. I tfciak we've blu ?? ?,?. | t
? laavaae et tbe caaaa er Ihr f ?? ? am ? Tilg -re:: -
?d?iSofe BBBb&
By ??t-t?!-*,-^ o? th? fMstm of Samuel L. Clenvna anr. the Murk Twnln O-mren?-.
SQUIRREL F?OET
r.?p-fr?Bht, 1*>1*. fsj th* Murtt T?-*in G??-???*
?"? ?*"?
HE'S TIRED OF SEEING BLACK CATS.
t'C'onvrt'rM. 1917. by th*? ?*?.?*???G Syndicat*-, tnc?
?"?? #?*?
By AHERN
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Has a L.cky Gay.
"Hello, Bill, what makes yon so
bapDxr*
"Got a One Christina? present.**
"That ?o; whaU was it?"
"Tha? peachy diamond ring."
"A beaut! Who gave It to your
"?y old girl ?ent back her en
a-ajfement rlnc-'
"Oee. yau always were a lucky
f-oy!"
Reducing At High Cost
? ~1a t?
TOM HAD THE DOPE ON WILBUR.
.Jfc?fcl?
BY ALLMAN
latW Ari?L
Am aaster-ier while traveling
through "?r?sona obaerved the dry.
du.ty appearance of the roads and
tbe country In general. /
"Doesn't it ever rain around
barai" ha qutationed on? of the na
ti.??.
"lUIn?" the native ?p?t. "Rain?
Why, ?ay. friend, there'? bullfrogs
la Ulla yere town moren flve-year
?ld taat ain't learned to swim j it.'"
SuutOmiOi.
Taa young man led for a h??rt.
Th? maid for a diamond played:
rb. old man came down with a club.
And the Cu ?? ? uaed a ?pade.
?If mure land la forced Into culti
vation, clearjy the ?rice of ?aw ma
terials must be reduced." writes Mary .
Fel* In "Joseph Fels, Hi? Life Work." i
I "This from a business pofht of view
! wa? an argument to which Mr. Fels
attached great importance. In his
own industry he found.grave difficul
ties resulting from the possession by
very few of all tbe available ?ources
{? supply. .
?'It was not that those sources were
scanty and approaching exhaustion;
supplies were deliberately restricted
in order to enhance profits on a small
output. Mr. Pels urged constantly
that half the evils of the increased
cost of living in recent year? were due
to thi? one tremendous fact, the
'cornering,' as he put it, 'by a few,
of tbe natural resources of which all
men have need.' \
"He ?aw that if the full extent ot
those resources was brought into use
the pri?e of raw material? would be
reduced with ? chat, effect upon the
coat of ?IvUlg."
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-?tV?^hi^?|j(JH|^.^e???.;.
PONT SWCEr+teART/
Me, You Poor.
hut?
V?A-T A MIM?TE
\t?? PO VOU 5PCU
lHMAMCIALtS ?
f?rOHOAU?i I? SPEU-i-Da
F-H-*M-<trN-<?-?-A-L-L>/ -
Ano t\tam ape ?**?
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