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Thursday, Feb. 12, 1920.
EL PASO HERALD EDITORIAL and MAGAZINE PAGE PUT THE LOAFERS ALL TO WORK SCHOOL DAYS AND REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING corrrinit. int. or UcQnr N-wspaprr Syndicate. A SITUATION fully u difficult of solution as was win ning the war confronts America today. JThe main ele ments of tie problem, as the editors have previously stated in these columns, are anaerprodn-tion, too mod) specula tive value and huge war made credits. Other elements are inflated currency and misplaced productive ability. Because of misplaced man power and nearly Insolvent hovers abroad ear prodaction of necessaries is low and prices higher than if Europe had something- mere than promises with which to pay. Europe is ready to promise any sum for what we are willing to sell her. In doing I this she isn't Using saifraest thought about how she is to pay or whether she ever can pay. Consequently, lured by the big promises tie American product goes to Europe frequently when it should remain here. And when we pav it is in money. Bat if we are to buy we must pay practically as much as Europe promises. This is not fair for several reasons. Among them are to be considered the discounts. The credit instrument given in return for goods must, of ecsrse, be negotiable. Somebody who can afford to hold the paper must discount it for the man who accepts it for his goods. The difference, then, between the amount the Euro pean customers promise to pay and the amount which the American shipper gets in cash after the debentures are cashed represents the reward we are compelled to nay to speculation. In other words, it is the amcnnt of excess the Packing For Export. fKE of the most difficult thinrs to imnress on the minds J of shippers who do an export business, traffic men say, is that goods should be well packed and cars properly loaded, or boats, when such conveying vessels are not leaded by professional "dock woUopers as the wharf men are canes. Jhe American manufacturer is particularly negligent in thirrespect. If he expects to compete with other coun tries, even for Mexican trade, this fault must be over come. Our consular reports indicate an apparent lack of knowledge of thisjphase of shipping or that too little con sideration is shown for our overseas and other foreign business. On the subject of packing and loading foreign ship ments A. IT. Tadlock, director of the traffic bureau of the chamber of commerce, calls attention to an article in the current issue of "Shipper and Carrier," which makes the point most excellently. The article follows in part The extremely bad condition of many of our foreign shipments, after they have reached destination, has es tablished an unenviable reputation abroad for our packing methods. Radical improvements in the preparation of overseas shipments mnst be shown before we can hope to It is almost successfully compete with European nations. ultimate consumer pays because of the economic ignorance an axiom that foreign customs officials are not inclined to ; of statesmen and the rapacity of European people who exert themselves in oraer to laenury we raaras ana num expect to get everything they need without going through i bers of cases in bad condition, and this means delay in the slow and irksome process of working for it and by letting the next generatien pay for it. By doing two things America could hasten the decline of living costs here and speed the return of stability. First, delivery to the consignee as well as possibility of partial loss. Experience has taught the exporter who has given mere than passing attention to the subject, that it is aa she could master her man power for industry and agricul-! visable to stencil all packages and cases on the top, bot ture as she did for war by a selective, draft Second, she torn, aides and both ends. This procedure sot only ob could divert from Europe everrthinz marketable here and viates the nossible obliteration by chafing in the freight which is not absolutely necessary to Europe's immediate I car or on the steamer's hold or exposure to elements, but social and nhvaical welfare, exceptor, nerhaps. certain ma- essentially nrovides an easy means of identification when chinery she may need in tie work of reconstruction. This . on steamship piers or in the flutom house, thereby expe-' would put both Europe and America to work and mate- diting delivery to the consignee.' naDy affect the test of living favorably. We have too many loafers in America. It is not alto gether their fault Many of them can't find jobs. An in different attitude toward industrial problems has caused us enough trouble. Some means of training men in trades and arts should be provided. Then pool hall loafers and men who work at non-essential jobs should be trained and put to work on the farm, in the factory or somewhere else in cur system of production and distribution. But not in any sense of slavery. Their hours,, their pay and their rec reation should be arranged to their best interests end with their aesujesceBce. This done, and the proper attention given to experts, we would shortly find a better situation in America. o After all that has happened during the past five cr six years, most of as can be convinced of anything, o The Bio Grande is drying up, probably because ft figures: "what's the th. Congress brews the laws bat the supreme court puts the kick- in them. o What the small tows will do for a comedian is one of the problem prohibition brought with it By observing some of the foregoing rules El Paso shippers can bring more business to El Paso and to them selves. And the day isn't fax when El Paso products will be selling all over that part of the western hemisphere ly ing to the south ot us. o A democracy is a county in which the ruling people do. not think. A republic is a county in which the think ing people rule. A democracy is a county in which all of the people 'neither rule nor think, o Any list of high criminals demanded of Germany by fthe' allies that does not include the name of the man who invented Limburger cheese win be incomplete. o A joy ride is any motor trip, regardless of speed, on which both hands are not kept on the steering wheel. o Sixty-six percent of the accidents are caused by walk ing in frcnt of some large, moving object, o A ouija board's advice is about as good as any. o Wed may your hearts believe the truths I iett: 7u r'alae makes the bliss, tshereer Vie JaelL --AVTlHara Oelnaa J i SQlllP?55 WMBKm ?iT' Sr g ijm" rK o- in-fo: -r t-l--i sT-iJiZa. - ssS""" r-- --" -aa-" - Wmm s-ij't W&Skk ma&pzg& w? m -zzjgm m m i VmmmWmmL L m I ml II m mmtmU -cJiL HftH , ma&m &SB. SsWWH v. -ffiSieSr i t '.. ' ' i li ByDWIGy Patter And Chatter By 3. B. KISBR. wmtmtKmmmmmmmmtKHtamta The Millionaires Lament. 1TBLU bj- VV cot in Geerice, at Iat lre lm a ra!!Hna!rr. old clrllcl It nai drlTla hard that broocht It Krrpoa at It- late and early, Eaxr Street la open to oa; Won't the folka be -Wed -nlth. rronder f Them ireTe left behind, that knew us In the little flat ba?k yonder f T OllD, henr hard Tre irorked and I , worried X Ire been In name nanty place; i There a Xt of hopea Ire burled. Bat ITe atrnKicIed oa by Inehea. I hare done oiue donble-dealla hen I found that Jt irooM pay nr, Bat they nerer eausfat me atealin', Whleh ! tone distinction Mamie V7"BU and I hare aeea aome weather X That naa mighty far from pica- ant. But we've plodded through together, Vad are aheltefed well at present, I hare learned the art of cettin AH the profit that are due -e And ean now rent eaay, lettlnr Others come and hand It to m- A IflTT It irrand'to think well never lfare ao troubles now to Xienad a We're a;ot thronjrh with that forever. And hare comforts all around us . Only Jheyre so busy heapln Vp the taie novr, dod rot ejn! That there ain't a way of keepln' Tour sweet pleasures when you trot em TIIH APBX OF B31IAEXCB. Whan a pompous parson permits bis dust to bal-. and says. Ten don t seem to know who I am! he coasMars It yoar own fault At 70a haven't foord out that he Is as prominent as Fatty Arbackle or as faxnoas as "Babe" Ruth. XAMRS WILL BB FLUMJIIRD OX D KM AND. One trouble with too many peoplo is that It takes so little to make them believe in themselves. KBEP $niU.G. The days are growing; longer ami the sun Is coming' nearer; The way to sprtns; Is dally made a ItttM shorter, clearer: Why be comfortless, bellevtns; tshucs are ffolng to penSttmnT Let's be hopeful atlll and happy with the Janitor's peraawston. WKUXW XD TnrXKX.IXGS. Nursery rhymes revised: This little bUad plgsie went to the station house." Price of tombstones one lasts'a deathtlme. has been do a bled. Not so bad when 70a remember HOW TO PLAT STUD POKER: Don't. Speaking; ot "invisible empires." Many a candidate ean throw Us hat tn the ring: Kinsr Alcohol's is ono Ventriloquistlc not: and atill talk ihrootrB it. The Young Lady Across The Way Little Interviews. Declares Street Car Service In El Paso Shows Improvement' Disagrees Vith Soldier That Longres Was Taken By Germans , TE street ear service ot Bl Paso Prance aa-i western Germany, had. noted the delays caused by the neces- j seems to have been greatly lm- the repatAtiext of never having been t Ity of znakf&r change by the con-1 doctors, why the street car company j does not take a leaf out of the books of The transportation companies of , other cities, where they have pay asr yon enter cars and inital ticket sell ers at the curbs tn the congested dis tricts during the eTenlng rush hoar, said John A, Fenaessy. "Under the system, or lack of it. which prevails n El Paso, three to five minutes are -eq aired, dnrina; the evening rush, to load even the little one man cars, be cause of the fact that while the con- factor is making change the gang way of the car Is jammed, and the passengers who have nickels in their "lands are required to stand in the street tin til the matter ot making change is concluded, and the gangway keen up the good work. He ex- when we were trying to determine Chicago I irotlced. during recent visits plained that be bad been in town but' the significance Caesar's statement to those cities, that uniformed men two weeks and had made hut one to the effect that "omnia Gallia est tand at busy corners and Issue spe trip oer the Port Bliss line in day-i in partes tres divided I am sore the cial tickets looking much like the 1 ht and had tune only to see the boys who had wrestled with the transfer checks used In El Paso, to street signs as far as Louisville 1 Commentaries' got much more out of the watting passengers. When the street. He added that lhe could get' the trip to France than did those who, cars come up, the passengers taking iiiviurr Biui i Ms Bruno une wauc ciiucr uio not. uk Latin ween at ueoi pass in in a sieaoy stream, tn ne sun was snintng ne woaw be able i scnooi or wno -xiuftKetr it. if they did conductor having nothing to do but I a- Ttmsg tacy across tee way says to announce every street crossing! hare the chance to take it." take the punched tickets as thev are1 1 h f.r. ,v -.i -.-: croed while I have been east enl caotured br assault- nntll the late p business trip,' said Vincent H-iwar," said W. 6. Chapman. "That Thompson. I don't know how gen- was a mistake, either on the part of i ral the improvement is. but I noticed Mr Clark or -bis Interviewer. Lon on the car which carried me to ray grea was never tn the hands ot an ome In the Country club district the ! armed enemy, even in the last war ' er night, that ne had a conductor, The Germans never were able co take w ho a tuall called eery street from1 it, and that fact goes far to strength l ra&klin to Louisville, and called en the reputation the late Caesar ac 'hem so plainly that the passengers quired for being able to pick out un understood and did not have to strain assailable positions. I, like many their eyes peering out Into the night 'other Americans who in their school ij- some landmark which would la-, days straggled with Mr. Caesar's ac dica'e to them that they were ap- count of the Gallic wars, found much rroac hing the corner at which they i to thank our Latin teachers for after -hoold leave the car In order to reach we reached France, and especially 'htir homes. When he stopped calling after the cessation of-his till ties gave the streets after passing Louisville, it us time to renew our acquaintance lomnhmented the coaductsr noon his l with the eld Roman roads and old n novation and asked him why he did Roman towns of which we first read , - W ryitM-;-;? li r) f r hi iO'o I ".- UESTIONS AND I ANSWERS there any limit to the number j members that may sit in tael bonne of lords of the IlritUa parliament f E. "V. a. TRere is no umit to tne crea tion ot peers, except the will of the i nnTaMlirn Tha MAtlaa nf IAMI lisv Sin I ever-increasing body which consists at the oresent time or aooat se mem hers, the average attendance of wBm aunng tne comparauveiy oner hi tlag Is less than fifty. This number. however, is considerably increased In any party emergency. Q. Hew many deaths result an nn.aUT.from automobile aeeldeatsf-J, A. II. A. The census bureau says that la lll. the latest figures available, there were a total of TS2S deaths from automobile accidents in the United States. Q. 1hy Is Persia sometimes re ferred to as "the land of roses and nlchtlnealeaf H, C. A Persia is a natural habitat for the nightingale, and these songsters are very abundant there. For many centuries the Persian perfumes have wcu fcvuBiupi c aaauvaag, uiq lews, vn , the market. Thi are iars-elr ma4e A NOTHER tiinr tre've nsticed abeet wrist vatcses a ttat ever time SGx3afl3ffi , .!;?SEwZlam 1li?rjjvif A bsbbTbTbIL imteJumR mmm 111 from the plaza to Fort Bliss. I haven't had the good fortune to ride with that conductor since, and I am arxaia t&at ne was too good for the w "A classified list of the Dalian. thropie and charitable or&ranlxattMns Chicago chamber of commerce to tfrora the Juice of rose petals. TbeijH cuauvmion oz roses xor commerctai purposes Is quite general there. Q. How many Indiana were 1m the servlee during the vrarf V. C. A. The United States Indian com missioner says that about lt.Oot red men participated In the world war Q. When did the present emperor vh vi of Japan tome to the throne f L. B. i A. Emperor Tosbihtto, the present! Copytfffht. Natloaal Newapaptr Servtes. ruler of Japan, succeeded to the i throne on the death of his father, take eshaasttve reaeafoa, oa anjr sab August 3ft, 1912. Meet Write your question olamTr and anybnfidy moks at one tbey alias ask, what time it is. Th reason tier's so many ecapty jaih is became a fefier has t be druak before a poHce&an kta that avatem .- j; -u v.i-.- i-a. I Ity In obtalalng nubile land? G. C and snchaM two cants Me organisations time. In rnfnv Yithf th. tj. a.. l.i. v..t El Paso service, and let go B wish , f.-S'SSlil Stton. n mi? tSfiS: 8Cribed te benefltte the j "" """ he mla-ht have been retained." ! Jon mvesUgations committee of the Mi..nrrn th -. w. ! V & .T..rlik. ,..A I.B k.a WaA KA .,1 . . . A . J l.j . . . .1. " -i t 1CW1 tjaac BtCCl .Vt9yaiUCS ' . " " -.a.a a-aa '" "' WaaaJ. US) S.KLU HUB) UQ HflO JSTfiraSt-SS. SS"J3r STSIt - - J" now.! "5 "-'" rnbHe Ut-O. a and tw. c..ai?tjr tor tkelr war in n Ineoncelyablr elwrtfthey have so many Bnfffleo orders on' A. A Joint resolution wu receaUr direct tothTTinquirer ) passed ojr congress grnoe noswrablr A. R. ClarkT vrto w mter-XL " b',.nCSUU!2". torBink,.ecange:nand",, i tha ,. j.b ,. .ji i inclined men and women of tte ,tu, .--. a. Mssencera. aa tbv 'r nnt ir waiting in the wet while the con- I JuT boy promtiged snout and stoat viewed the other day, was Quoted as sa.ng that the old Roman town of Longres, in which Julius Caesar made his headquarters while trying to oring aDout tne suDjngaxtoa ox the ancient occupants of what is now lOPHELIAl WjUff '' '"IsSr n r,, ), lv L- .-v-r-. pr '. llKS: this animal is noetnrnal I. hah. tke time the passeneers are benefited i '" " and "ve" nAr vrater places. tnronsn tne cettlnc away of tn. ear of SlIOSl.IU.il was snent last v.ir br tfee J organltatloas listed." said i n i U. H. Warner, who Is in receipt of one I rSTmrr of the lists. "The list Includes the 1 1 KM. inclined men and women of wind. CUT.' has reached KI Paso. ana it snows tnat tne enormous sum on time.' Chicago chanter of the Red Cross, which is credited with 104.343 11; the T. M. C A., which spent J1.88I.S53 56. the T. II. a A. which disbursed J2J5, 74S 55. and the Salvation Armv. which cost its oontributorz sn!sis?i it also includes all hospitals maintained; En. n S. Pit. Off. ASWEHS TO TESTERDAT'S KWIZ. 1 Formosa is an Island in the China sea. owned by the Japanese. by contribntions as airaiest tax liM-f and prodncer of an Immense vohtm. I.tr..;-21.U?.2HS?-d.' J- ot tae tea o"ed thronehoot the Bu.-aauuaas wa a .UatlMVIC WI" pQUHn tVfirlfL thropie nature must pass Inspection V t ber of commerce before any attempt !? iWBOi,e ,ooks enjoy a great vogue is made to solicit funds. If h or. "1.lh united States and Canada. sanizatlon is favorably passed upon zTr JH,'r root vegetable of oy tne cnaraberjjr commerce that f sen ti k Z conlH",nwn"0 potato is a renuKii to y me proper commit. ; . "Y"" '"' tee and credentials r. Issued tn ttw i -rA loa Is a brass mt tee and credentials are issued to those yvjiu may oe empowered t solicit lands. All organizations of the kind indicated mnst have their books aodited at least once each year by un interested certified pnbiic account-an-f. and a copy of the audit filed with the chamber of commerce If the report shows that th i-njwt iAn. is not commensal-ate with the cost to ' t musical instru ment, a saxhorn." with a range of "- - war vcutves. I Paul Descbanel Is the newly elected president of the French re public t A supercargo is the officer on board ship who Is in charge of the commercial affairs on the voyage. v nvivuucK is a. uowenng plant ' a native oi umna, with a the chamber of cotmnorce T reserve. ."" "Lin.a? f..r1nJT ff?m five .. ii cvum-mgrsu witn tne cost to ' arielnsliv the public which supplies the f unds i U slend, the chamber of mmnu.rr. t-...-,... ' ?'",n.a' the rio-ht to withdraw It. r..T,i;. i? "B01..1"--. w .j . r. ..r::. ...- -'hiciobb to tne staiK. Suzssr&r-sszx as -"s: -r:A .w- imai. found S A taner Is a small nnrfu rivlii ---- . B...a eeoic ilgnt. 1 Timbuctoo is a commercial city in the heart of the French Soudan, central Africa, near the Niger river. !ew Questions. (Specially compiled in honor of the anniversary of L'neoln's birthday.) 1 Where was president Lincoln assassinated z Who was his assassin? 3 In whs manner was the presi dent attacked' 4 What became of his assassin? 5 Why did they call Lincoln "the rail-splitter'" 6 Who was Nancy Hanks? . Who was Mrs. Blxby' S Who is John Orinkwater' s Wners was Lincoln born? 10 What was Lincoln's calling or business? ever, I simply wanted to call atten tion to the vast sum spent by Chi. eago on private charities and nhltan. tnroples. In addition to the great -luivuul coainotitca to puDite chari ties in the form of taxation." "I have often wo&dered a. T fcav. waxenea tn tnrnnir att.mnti.... . - ov . u.f .u. ID T'iT1. -ne street mni DotB ,,. g,, Jacinto and Pioneer plazas, and bare In Central and Soatji America, with supply. 'Winter Cholera" in Oklahoma Fading Out Muskoaree. 'okla.. Feb. II The strange albnent which physicians for want of a better name, it is sain, nava classified as "Winter cholera." and which has spread rapidly through eastern OVlahoma appears to be "fad ing out." State chemists are still trying to Isolate the rem of the disease, which they claim has Its origin in this water discharged service men a nreferemc right in obtaining public lands usderl the homestead act. ; Q. How long was each of the three i nary macnines In the air In tfee navy iran--.iiaauc JIU.BI.1. rs. -. A. The NC-4, the plane which made tne enure trip across the Atlantic was in the air 51 hours and 50 mis. utes. The NC-1 was in flight 10 hours ana so minutes, while the NC-3 was in tne air sz nours and two minutes. Q. Has the soviet government of Russia repudiated the debts of the lonner monarchy! l. c. S. A Tho present Russian govern - urea, nas repoaiatea tne ueots or the government of the czar. Q. TAlio was Omar Khayyam? K. A. He was a Persian poet and astronomer, who died In un. His philosophy, expressed chiefly through his book of poems, tho Kubylat. be came popular several decades ago. and is still widelv studied. . Is there a federal tax on In herttanre. W. D. P. A. There Is no federal tax on la-1 neriiances up to i9.wn. The Income or interest earned bv lnha-4t.-. however. Is subject to income tax. and must be Included In the income tax return. (Any reader ean get the to any question by writing The Herald inforuntion bureaa. Frederic J. Haakin. director, Washington. D C. This offer applies strictly to In formation. The bureau cannot give advice on legal, medical, and ftnan settle domestic troubles, nor ft ms.r. clal matters. It does not attempt to Personette By MKSH. "J Oysters are now proclaimed even in an oyster stew a luxury. They sever wet a aecessity- , .Gr"- thing about this dry era is that a man can slip oa ail doorstep without having the neighbors wink ona at another . Stockings to go higher. headline. Br er . I HOR 0 SCOPE HI Short Snatches 1 fit From Everywhere FRIDAl. FEBRtARV 13. 1S-B ASTROLOGERS read this aa a most HI omened day. for hfercury. Jupi ter, baturn and the Sun are all in malefic aspect. It is a day in which to pursue even routine affairs with caution, ter the stars during this conflguraaoa seem to hear out the ancient ssmetrstltioa concerning tho day and date. It Is hold a most unfortunate rule for whatever concerns agresiaepts or contracts of sny sort. State papers and whatever con cerns diplomacy are subjeot to unfa vorable influences making for mis talar3. reversals and disappointments. Turlag this sway zuaaeaaas that bear bad news about boatnesa condl-i uona or plans may oe expectea. Ventures in professional or com mercial enterprises should not be started while this configuration prevails. There la a sign read as foreshadow- Ambassador Fletcher probably go to weary carrying notes to Car yracnse Post Standard. lag the sadden shrinkage of values in certain securities ana tne spread fear regarding financial matters. ot Europe will recover much quick if it will stop sending the bills i. Uncle Sara. Baltimore American German marks are down to whe- oao of them doesn't mean much mo1-' than an Iron cross Toledo Blade la refusing to stand for aaoth loan. Uncle Sam tells Europe sv must aeneeforth staad alone. Bostor Transcript. When allies can't agree concern mcr tho division of Turkey, would voL call that a rift is the loot' Omaha Daily News About the only thing America ha not been accused of in Europe i- having brought on the war Pit' burg Dispatch. The fact that the Dutch deel n to give up the ex-kalser disposes o' the report that he wasn't paying hi board. Dallas News. Secretarv Daniels un H. Vnn. I the next president, but declines TA?...0. if."" ?J!ie JaU"e! Rve his tame. Is it because of mod IIELR.V GRIFFITH TJELEN GRIFFITH did her bit dur- 11 ing the war by plumbing, she Is of attainment to soon of supreme am blttoa. This Is road aa affecting pres fc-eatfal aspirants, for It appears to those who interpret the aspects of the stars that surprises are to mark the choice of candidates. Again the stars give warning against the harboring of pessimistic or discouraging thoughts, for it la Imperative at this time that men should exercise pieir power to domi aata circumstances. They who foresee events in the po sition of the planets declare that the next five years will constitute the birth hour of a higher civilization than has yet existed. Traveling Is today under a threatening- direction and accidents, mhw. dally to automobiles, seem to be Indicated. slhave rather a strenuous year, but they may overcome difficulties by the exercise of caution and foresight. Children born on this day may be proud. Independent and self-willed. esty' Chattanocga News what this country ueeds s a greater spirit of sacrifice, and v suggest we begin by sacrificing th proflteera Philadelphia Inquirer This being leap year, perhaps It i true that the mysterious signals which puzzle wireless experts ar from Venus. Newark Evening News Some of the presidential boomers are doing their level best to con vince us that It Is possible to corr munleate with the dead. Norfolk Vrrgtniaa Pilot. AND HE DID tne onrv woman plumber who ; t nese subjects of Aquarius should be went with the A. E- F.. and she says slow in choosing their life comnan- wuo. ui'risiil 19u, DV IBS JSC- she enjoyed it immensely nlv she doesn't llk 10 re c. 'Vi a plumber Not because she feels the title be neath her. but. on the -on'-a-v. be cause she feels all unworthy of such aa honor For to Helen Griffith h word does not call up the Imago of a dirty and overalled man who spen-ls languid hours under the l'chen sin doing vsgue and noisy things to the Pises. Rather It stands lor a dlgr.1- ilea ana sign class profession which dure Newspaper Syndicate.) I work, but they can hire assistants' for that. And most plumbing is light' sod skillful work at whlcT imnwin particularly excel rather than hard I manual labor Then there is a lot of science connected with plumbing.' and women have alwavs been good scientists Plumbing plays a large oart fn th. .-.-.. KAn.... t few are able to follow as lut-lligntly and a woman plumber would prob ss It should be folio .ved. jably use more sympathy aad under I "No. you mustn't can me a I standing in planning the plumbing' plumber.'' she says. "I am really only for the home ' a plumber's helper, although I waal Really when atlas Griffith talks of I classed as a Diumber and dhf th I oh-mbitta- It Km-... m.. -. .. .-. work of our group in France Why. I romantic, interesting and benevolent I it taxes yesrs ana years of -tudy to I of pursuits It seems stranare that I . uvea not intena to aenueatsj her i I'LL FINB OdT HOW THIi nftNB Q&EN&DE WORKS f be a real olumbei. Plunihlnv science. A man has to work and itudy tor a very Ions; time. tnt then nas state examination an J ir.-t . li cense before he has a right to call h'mself a plumber. 'What do von thin nt it r-.. feeslon for the so-called rentier sexr she was aaked. "It is a Terr eood calllns; for wo men to take up." she answered. "Of co-arse, they can't do the heariest I Wonder Wliat The Girl On The Magazine Qover Thinks About - ByBrtggs Rippling Rhymes i By WALT UASON. The Other Fellows W : KEEP an aaely sayinji "Why dent enr nejhbn save? Th. ennmos are not eieyise ear censstl wue and erave. Thrv blow thm-ir. -. sanelv, their ortles do not halt, althongh we've to4d them plainly to put their dimes in salt. We've argued and in-piered them, we who are up to ssrnif : for long, long hours we've bored them with wise Ben Franklin staff; and still they Msw their plunder for got and gingerbreads, and hid ss go to thunder and likewise soak ear heads." And we who talk so sanely, and weep the lend boo-hoo, hand out oar wisdom vainly, because we're spenders too. We're strong en .admonition, on precepts atgh and fine; our neighbors' sad condition brings nom obi eyst the brine; we'd Kke to see them dropping their coin in savings hanks, and not keep Hades popping with wanton, -wasteful pranks. And then " ' bay nne rabies, or cars net made of tin, as wild as other boobies who blow their money in. Among the shops we wander, to see what is for sale; for 'rirgumbobs we souander the useful, wholesome kale. And then when we are Hted we take Ottr homeward tray, and say we are disgusted, the way men clew their pay. g t b George Matthew Adams. WALT MASON. (Copyright. 1J. New Tork Tribune. Inc.) I JufiT. Kniolu that , tN MAY" MR. CoFFifJ OR MR. HARE WILL HAVE A KUfiE HAT yJlTH VUltD FLOUJE&S OfJ IT. UIOM'T JT S6 OUST "ij cute ! ? Sometimes Thsy Have nih gazims SOULf-ULLY irOTo 6CH A HAMOSOME GuYVi EYES. HE USED TO BE IM UrJlFoRM IS June Someonje WIUL PlCTURff ME STAR.IMO AT A vueDDirJe. RlKG AKtD'HE-wiLL BE STANDING BACK OP MS RSrXDY TZ CLASP ME To HUS ARMS . 1 Mt.A hj '"' 1 f . in Joly The plag.will SB aroumO me or I'll BE HOLOIKG A RRE CRACK6R OH ISMi;,-, it won-der-ful??!: s&' ItfO to it. In, MMNttd ah- doesn't feel the call. At any rata. sbe has s;ivon up plumbing; as a pro fession, and taken up a Une that Isn't ?ulte such a mental strain. Sbe has orsaken ber pipes and wrenches, and is now a playwright. M-BXTY O HHlmiSG. About four million tons of nerrine are caught in Japan every year, and of this enormous quantity about four fifth Is used ss a fertiliser for the rice fields. K . W II Kabibble Kabaret t-vrr"J.t. U3. tMmnaist rMlsn Sett. ! a-rlil-rat 0. s, l-ust OCo. TE3-a AVK VAlBBte 2S0 GK VNNMe YPOPCSEP T5 M5-WHKT SftMA. i ti 5 AOOVS TO A IWJ.CER CCCV . vJty BPouri EL PASO HERALD DEDICATED TO TUB 6EKVICK OF THE PEOPLE. THAT NO GOOD CAUSE S11AXJ. LACK A CHAMPION AM) THT Kll Eum vwuo. NsTrr TiiRiirT- nvnopfwrn " si so s-s v.'Vl 1 UJtiU, n. ":. !S,,.M' -os "and eootraHna owner has dlrert-d The HenM far 1 yesrsi J. C IVHmarlb I. Mana-er and a. A. Martin Is Manarinr EJHat. MRMRVR .Vll -..,. UOI-UU .uvn..u .. ' 1LKMHKK AiSOClATEIl rEKB. AMCK1CAN sfEWSPAPEB POBIJSIIEBFaSSO. CIATION AMI HDI1 UUKEAD or C1BCOLATI0N --a aaso- T ASSOCIATED PRSS8 la azdBal-.lv .-ttlfl ,-. th. au ... .M. .. -. -.. naws dispatebes nrdlted to It or oat otn-rwu. endlted tn tola papsr aadalso th. local mvi publlsbad beraln. 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