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PARBLEU!" ALSO MON DIEUI JLE' PRESIDENT
JUST DOTES ON HIS CHIC LEETLE CAT
Parbleu, .MonsIeurT The cat has
looked atne king. May not the "joli
chat" take a wink, a cat-nip, so to
speak, at !e .president?
Yep, Monsieur, that is, oui, oui, if le
President -Pome-are should ask us,
the cat mayvwink at Le president and
Le president may take his measley
cat for a walk on the Bois, but if he
wants to start something let hjm as7
sociate with an African Lxm or a Bull
Moose that's .the only way for a
president, an. ex-president, or a hope-to-be
president to keep his name on
the front page.
SOCIAIRISKS PROBLEM FOfc STUDY
Several months ajjp. a young woman left a small but kindly home in
a small village to seek her fortune in a city. For a time she wrote hope)- .
fully once- a week to her;,apxious mother. .Then, the letters ceased, i
Brother began to investigate., Hg found that Sister had left her original
rooming place; left it owing rent to the landlady, also owing the grocer.
The aid of the police was Sought, but it brought rib results.
Finally, a feyf .days' ago, a letter came sister was well, married and
happy; hubby would: .soon pay the debts. Her experience in detail
followed. ' (
When she left the village home she had' not been trained for specialized'
work. She was just 5 feet 2 of ordinary delicate young woman, adrift with
out compass, chart or rudder she wasn't either statuesque, stunning or
fascinating. The only job" she could find that she could do was to pack
porcelains in a factory at piece rates. By speeding all the time she could
eani $5 a week.
It says much for the naligned modern city that this untrained young
girl, coming to it entirely strange, was on three different occasions taken
by kind landladies into good hdmes at nominal room ren, and trusted by "
the grocer when h6r earnings fell below her cost of living;
Btft try her best, she couldn't make ends meet; and she was getting
sadly discouraged and her begun to ask herfeelf It the easiest 'way weren't "'
Jhe only way when, -at the rflckrof time, she mef an old sweetheart As