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thority for preliminary trial by de
tectives and policemen. And the third
degree is that kind of trial.
Is there no way to persuade offi
cers of the law to assume that a man
is presumed to be innocent until he is
A Woman's Face. Have you ever
noticed that some women who were
decidedly pretty in youth become
ugly as they grow older.
And that some women whose fea
tures are not regular or handsome
grow more beautiful as they age?
I think any girl will become a beau
tiful woman if she has beautiful
thoughts. And no matter how beau
tiful her face in youth she will be
come ugly if she is selfish and has
I have seen women with faces that
might have been beautiful, yet who
looked ugly to me because I could
tell from the lines and facial expres
sion that they had mean dispositions.
I have seen others whose features
were decidedly irregular, but who
looked beautiful because a sweet na
ture and beautiful soul were shining
through the eyes.
Girls who are envious, selfish and
full of hatred for others grow to look
what they feel and think. Muscles of
the face, too often set for evil emo
tions, grow to show the effects of
those emotions even when in repose.
AH of us like to see happy, smiling
faces because we like happy, smiling
people; and because we want to be
happy and smiling ourselves.
Nature responds to us. She gives
back what we give her. If .we get up
in the morning with a grouch on the
world will look grouchy until we get
If we look on the world with love
and smiles, that world mirrors right
back to us our own spirit.
The receipt for beauty is a simple
one. Have a beautiful soul. Hate
nobody. Envy nobody. Have kind,
generous, beautiful thoughts. Then
you can't help being beautiful. Try
P. S. The same principle goes for
PUPILS DRUNK IN SCHOOLROOM
HOME LIFE BLAMED
n Philadelphia, March 16. Making
the sensational charge that children
come to school drunk, and that boys
infest poolrooms and remain in dis
reputable plates all night, Miss Viola
W. Daltry, principal of the Wilson
public school, startled officials of the
board of education when she address
ed a meeting of the Home and School
Miss Dalton declared that it has be
come a Tegular occurrence for pupils
between the ages of 6 and 12 to come
to their studies filled with rum, and
that she had evidence that hundreds
of parents in South Philadelphia fur
nish their children with liquor in their
"Poolroom owners in the southern
section permit boys in knockerbock
ers to frequent their places," she
cried, "and crap shooting by school
children is a matter of common
"What is the answer?" she de
manded. "FU tell you what it is. I
can teii you why boys loaf oh corners,
infest poolrooms and remain in dis
reputable places at night, and why
hundreds of hoys go to the center of
the city and sleep in the shadow of
"It is because they live in cellars
or in homes where there, are not
enough beds to go around."
Miss Dalton made a plea for the
establishment of social centers and
boys' clubs in South Philadelphia.
NOBODY KNEW HIM
"Oh, I'm in such trouble! My little
Willie's got lost!"
"Well, well, it'll be all right. Every
body in the neighborhood knows
"Oh, nobody'll know him today, be
cause I've just wasbed him!"