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ity for seizing jeTnains- with; yo.u. "Oh, I know that, the' spirit of the Indian has long been crushed. But those of us who have the -rebound in our makeup will adjust ou.rselves to the better way and- make the best of things. Isn't it better to hope Bnd: fight than to- drown ourselves in a slough filled with-the tears of self Pity? . "Look, Q, my brothers, -to Nietzsetie- -o for your inspiration. Or to Herbert, , Spencer; 'J believe in the, survival of the fittest; to the swift the race, i Old Tahalo, .chief of the Quinaults, raised "his head -and strained sightless, ieyes., "A! white .man has spoken?" ! "No," some--' one' answered. "A, (Glallam." ; In the past the' Quinaults and the. ; Clallam's were often at. war: . j vljgh!" said Tahola. BOYS MAKE BASEBALLS FGR LEAGUE GAMES d A section of the Reach factory at Philadelphia, showing how small boys.,, who ought to spend their time playing baseball are, instead busy every dayt making balls for professional players. H poi ;d They're talking of omitting the He I shall never marry until l word "obey1.' from marriage cere- meet a woman who is my direct op-(f mony in London. Might as weli,omit posite. She (encouragingly) Well, "love" too. Those British .dukes have my friend, there are numbers ofj , long since cut it out when' annexing bright, intelligent girls in this ueich- American.miilionairesses. borhood. .