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EL PASO HERALD EDITORIAL and MAGAZINE PAGE
6 Wednesday, April 28, 1920.
MEXICAN EMERGENCY LAftORSCHOOL DAYS
SHOULD NOT BE BARRED OUT
Copyright. MM. by
McCtare Newspaper Syndicate.
F CONGRESS understands the difference between indns-
. trial ntiuHKaiHi aieur ike Gorier and those ef northern
a . . - At.. u eru,it I
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eration to tie pretest jut filed by tie American f eetration pROTESTS are heard here and there in Arizona ajainst
of labor against the admission to the United States of:I -what is termed absentee landlordism. The term was
Mexican labor. The reason the American federation of i borrowed from Ireland where it means something entirely
labor protest! is that it believes the importation of large 1 different from what the term is applied to in Arizona. In
bodies of foreign laborers who will work for lower wages ' Ireland, absentee landlordism meant, according to agitators
than the American workxngmen will seriously menace both I against it, that vast tracts of land were owned by men
the jobs and the wages of Americans. If the laborers im- riving in England who did little or nothing to develop tie
ported were skilled and if they were sent into the factories j land and were interested in their tenants only to the extent
and the mills the federation might have just grounds for of getting their rents.
protest. For economists have as a rale admitted the necea- In Arizona what is called by some opponents to the
siry of protecting American labor as well as the products investment of foreign capital "absentee landlordism" is in
of that labor with some sort of restrictions on the admis- reality a good thing, in view of the fact that, originally, at
sion of foreign compenuon. . least, no acveiufiug wumu uic u. uw "
if not been done bv outside capital.
Capital invested in mines, if the investments be made
for actual development and not for purposes of speculation,
is not to be objected to. Arizona is wealthy in mineral de
posits, but they are worthless unless developed. The min
erals and the chemicals that lie underground! there, as
everywhere, belonz in the larger sense to the world.
If the investors of capital in Arizona seek to protect
their investments they are within their rights if they use
proper, legal methods. If, however, they attempt because
of their holdings to dominate state affairs not affecting
thtir economic interests, then it is time for supervision ana
restriction. For the people who live in any state should
govern that state, giving full protection to capital invested
within its confines that has for its object the development
of natural resources.
Mexico would be better off today if her various adminis
trations had realized this troth as some of her leading
citizens have done. Mexico is one of the world's richest
nations if we consider what she has locked up underneath
her hills and in her fertile valleys. But capital invested in
Mexico has had to fight for its rights and in too many in
stances, especially in the last decade, it has been a losing
There is no doubt that some investors planned exploita
tion in the most obnoxious sense of that word. But most
i of the capital invested in Mexico was not spent there for
1 exploitation in the bad sense. If the production of on, coal,
i gold, silver, copper, iron, sulphur, potash, timber, and fiber,
I the construction of railways and power plants, the lrriga-
JO MONARCH in the -world has so much power in do-tion of valleys, and the establishment of schools mean ex-
mestic pTTatrq as nas the American enter executive, we ' pionauvn, mca mat is just wmi iu&xico nccos ana some-
In the case of Mexican labor the difference is that the
Mexicans usually remain in the south and southwest. They
engage only in emergency agricultural work and in menial
occupations which the mdasised American laborer is accus
tomed to scorn. With the drift of negroes to the north, or
with their entry into other kinds of work, the cotton of
the south and southwest must be picked. The western
sugar beet crop presents a big periodic labor problem. At
the wages the American workmen demand it would be un
profitable to bring into this section of the country large
blocks of workers for a few weeks' work each year.
It is bad enough te have ear indastries halted by con
stant strikes. It weald be vastly worse to have our food
and fiber production delayed or actually prevented by any
groups of men with selfish interests foremost. We must
not place ourselves, and the people who depend on what we
produce at the mercy ef men who are willing to let food
spoil or cotton rot in an effort to get control ef the ma
chinery of industry and government
If the bars were raised to permit thousands of Mexicans
to swarm over the United States to remain here perma
nently and lower the standards ef labor and of living the i
unions would deserve oar support in tneir protest. Bat
since raising the bars means merely admitting Mexicans to
help os in emergencies to cultivate and harvest our crops
we must see to it that such succor is not made unavailable.
Last In Peace.
have seen what ose-man government can mean in the
United States. Fortunately few presidents have takan
advantage of the vast powers which the constitution gives
our executives, oar most ssecsfsral presidents have been
thing which many forward locking Mexicans invite.
On the subject of absentee mosey Charles F. Willis says
very aptly in the April issne of the Arizona Mining Journal
that "to develop a sew state takes money and lots of it,
those who have sot attempted te run contrary to the public j and putting your money to wcrk making a resource such as
will and who have sought and taken advice from wise ' a mine, a farm or a water project, is as deserving of ade
counseL ! quale compensation as the physical labor. Three things are
Under Mr. Wilson the United States has hardlv been a essential to production: capital, management and labor:
democracy, and it has retained the semblance of such a and money put to work in the state is not absentee money,
form of government only because he has been held in check
by a hostile congress. In affairs in which congress has so
say (and there are many) his rale has been as absolute as
that of any dictator in history. In administrative matters
his word has been the law, absolute, irrevocable, for the
tune being, even by congress or the people, and subject to
onry limited control by the courts, tie has soaght so ad'
rice, even from his most frosted friends, and has spurned
such counsel as has been Toianteered, when such advice has
run contrary in the least degree to his own views.
It was because Mr. Wibea wocld accept no counsel that
he refused to prepare for tie inevitable war.
When the war was won the president of the last country
in the war assumed to be first in peace. He was unwilling
to trust the negotiations to any other than himself. Ee
forsook his duties at home for the purpose of fastening on
the world a Wilson peace going to Paris with men of his
personal following who he believed would do Ms bidding
without quibble or question. He ignored the treaty ratify
ing body of the United States. This proved Ms undoing,
for the United States senate very properly and patriotically
itrjeciea lae para ana inns saved the country from prob
Instead of being first in peace, president Wilson became
last in peace, as he was last in war.
The time has come to eeasjser limiting the executive's
powers, and Hooting- his teaare of office.
That $1aV0GGLOQo wool profit makes it leek rite some
one was puffing the wool over ear eyes.
How lonesome a pretzel mast feeL
it is right here working hard to make more taxable prop
erty is the state, to make the state a better place to
Underwood is leader of senate Democrats, 'a headline
says, but what could we expect when the head of the party
has such a weakness for typewriters.
If the government insists on selling those ships it should
at least get the El Paso salesmanship club to help in the
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Walch the Price of Ooeralls Go Up.
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Ttte sanos of TirA..
let the votaries of democracy chortle. The queen of
England has been sued asd the king of Spain fined.
This is the season of the year when casualties among
the grandmothers of office boys become alarming.
What Iceland wants into the league of nations for is a
mystery. She certainly doesn't need protection.
California will soon have to decide which of her favorite
sens is her favorite. '
Anyhow Mexico's presidents don't get cerebral thrombosis.
When Greek meets Greek they start a restaurant.
And the tear that ne shed, though in secret it roUt,
ShaE long keep hk memerjr green in oaf souls.
Tie ran MOere.
Trouble In Store For Those Who Fail To Report Automobiles
Mayor Seeks Advice Of Public On Budget For Coming Year
frfcl xiuris tnat everyone in SI Ffeso
county who owns ap automobile
and has not rendered it fnv
anon to the county win do ao before
Saturday. said county tax n ten or
i"hT rain. "Only abont half of the
r..i(fl taxable auto in the eovnty have
en rendered and the last day of this
ronth is the last for voluntary ren
dition. After that it will be up to me
place a valuation on the unrend--Ad
machines. It Is easy to under
rtftnd bow impossible It would be. for
me to do this fairly. I should have
to est' mate the present value of 20 04
machines, and I have no way of
knowing the present condition of any
o them. Naturally, I won't strike it
npht once in a hundred tiroes. And
te owner who is dissatisfied with
th figure will have a kick comingr
z'l because be has failed to make his
The council is expecting: a biff
attendance at Its public meeting on
iay 5 to consult regarding the new
budget and the means whereby we
can raise the additional revenue
needed to carry it out." said mayor
Charles Davis. "Nearly all the fig-'
ures for the 1920-21 budget are in and
they show the need for many thou
sands of dollars of added revenue.
nne item alone, the 20 percent sal
ary Increase for teachers, means that
the city must have 1176.06 more for
the school fund than it had during
the last fiscal year. How to obtain
this without increasing the tax rate
15 one of the problems that we want
to confr with the public about. If
any citizen can suggest how we may
t at down expenses and save money,
-n e will be glad to listen to him. And
hope there will be a big attend
ance because in cases like this It is
often true that many heads are better
'iin one, to paraphrase an oM say
"The fact that In Juarez one can
a big meal for far less money
than ham and eggs costs in 1 Paso,
has attracted a number of El Paso
residents who are eating in Juarez
at every opportunity,' said Luis
Aauirre of Juarez. "One American
v. us here recently with a party of
four. They had a big meal, and a
few drinks. That meal Included veni
son steaks. When the man got his
bin be protested that there must
have been a mistake as the amount
was only J4.M. Why that would
have taken $10 In El Paso be said.
Restaurant men in Juarez tell me also
that the El Paso food dispensaries are
charging far more than Is necessary
to Insure them a good profit. They
say that Sn the aggregate wholesale
prices over here are almost as high
as in El paso. but that they are can
tent with a small profit. During the
past week I have encountered at least
a dozen families who are eating over
here on an average of three and four
days out of the week, because they
all say they are saving money. I
think It is safe to say that a saving
of t percent is made by the persons
who are eating over here."
H spite o th' awful prices, scarcity o'
. material an' th' condition o ever-
thing in general, we hain't heard a
hustler complain. It's been many a
day since any woman movement has
caught on nice th' shimmy.
Cpvrisfct. N.tloMl Nempmptr Service.
UESTIONSli The Young Lady
A ND Across The Way
A iv o W Cj K o 1
I 14 Years Ago Today I
i Prom The Herald of This Date 1900
A TERRIBLE cyclone passed through
Clay. Jack. Palo Pinto. Parker.
braui, noou, nuaerTUje ana
Hamilton counties, Texas, late last
evening doing immense damage. At
Beilevne the entire town was de
stroyed. Persons escaped say the
ruins caught fire and burned up.
The mikado, according te reports
from Tokio, has donated Szs.tM for
the relief of the San Francisco suf
Hon. Ramon Corral, vice president
of Mexico, will arrive here tomorrow
evening from Mexico City to meet
his three children, who were In school
near San Francisco when the earth
Judge W. M. CoUwell said this
afternoon that there was no binding
contract between the city and the
Mrs. J. C Hudson, of Tsleta, wife
of former El Paso captain of police
under chief W cotton, died at her
home in Tsleta last night.
Rabbi Martin Zlelonka has Just re
turned from a trip to Montgomery.
The piano concert by master Beryl
Rubenstein, the seven year old
prodigy, son of rabbi Rubenstein. who
lost everything he had in San Fran
cisco and Is making his way back to
Athena, Qsu, will be given in the
Christian church in a day or two.
Tom SDivev ana cnarue matter-
son leaye tonight for Pecos, where
they are going on a xisning ana
A petition signed by a numner or
citizens has been presented to the
city council asking that the paving
icatter be submitted to a voice of the
taxpayers. The petition was sub
mitted bv A. Courcheene. Horace B.
t Stevens. John A. Happer. S. - J.
jrreuoet&ai. E. Kohlberg. a. K.
Wood. P. IL Young, B. Moye. J. P.
Dieter, H. P. Noake. Aug. G. Andreas.
W. Q. Walz and S. Aronsteln.
The two local mllHla companies
B and K of the Fourth Texas Infan
try, commanded, respectively, by
Cant. H. F. Brown and Cant. Jos. TJ.
Sweeney, will be officially inspected"
tonignt oy a representative or the
secretary of war.
"When a Chinese girl Is told by her
parents she is betrothed, it ie the
proper thing to evince great grief
and express all her feelings In poet
ical language, and the girl who does
this most artistically is the joy of
i OPHELIA !
, By WALT MASO.V.
I HAVE a hundred tasks in mind, a hundred useful chores; I have the eight i
day clock to wind, the cat to chase outdoors. I'm planting rhubarb, that
our pies you'll praise in glowing terms; and soon 111 have to swat the flies, i
and boil uncounted germs. And so it makes me tired and sad when some one .
takes my time, to boost some patent Hver pad that retails for a dime. Oh,
when the agent cosies along (fM know how 'tis yourselves!) and springs his !
old accustomed soag concerning six-foot shelves, and when I see from his '
grip his large prospectus draw, the cap of sorrow then I sip there ought to ba ,
a law For I have many things to do; I have to fix my lyre, and patch up i
the defective flue that spoils the kitchen fire. I have to prime the cistern pump,
cd make the mower run; however briskly I may hump, I sever will get dose.
ssc so it maices me urea ana sick wnen 1 am asked to pause, and listen to
,rr:t windy hick there ought to be nine laws!
- 3 - tiv Corge Matthew Adams. WALT MASON.
THURSDAY APRIL 9, 180.
THIS is an unimportant day. ac
cording to astrology. Mercury
dominates In a beneflc aspect,
while adverse stars have & mildly un
The rule is fortunate for making
agreements and contracts and should
greatly benefit those who sign leases.
During this planetary government
magazines and newspapers should
profit greatly. Sensational events
will affect journalism, causing much
editorial controversy, the seers pre
dict. While advertising is subject to the
best Influence the effects win not
be apparent today, which may be un
satisfactory to many lines of trade.
Neptune is In a place read as sin
ister to trade and as presaging losses
of valuable cargoes In shipwrecks.
This Is not a sway helpful to initia
tive, and self-hypnotism that retards
efforts should be overcome by the
Deception and double dealing are
supposed to be encouraged during
this rule and women are said to be
especially susceptible to Influence
making for Intrigue and treachery.
Envy is one of the emotions nur
tured at this time by the government
of the stars.
June is to be a. month of great ac
tivity In industry and a quickening
of Interest In all lines of work Is
indicated, even though a period of
extreme heat may be expected.
Railways are to receive a great
stream of money during the summer,
for immense crowds will travel west
Canada will benefit from armies
of tourists who will find much to
lure them from their own country,
astrologers predict. This Is part of
the augury that land beyond state
borders will tempt many w&men and
Persons whose blrthdate ft is should
not speculate In the coming year
which will bring many opportunities
to risk money. Those who are em
ployed should be careful.
Children born on this day may meet
with many vicissitudes in life. These
subjects of Taurus should be trained
to systematic work. Copyright, 1920,
by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
When a Chinese girl Is married
she must wait four months before
etiquette allows her to pay her first
visit to her mother; but after this
initiatory call It is within the bounds
of social custom and propriety to
visit the home of ber parents at her
QIIOW many railroads are there In
. the TJalted 8 tat eat C IX. J.
A. There are 1387 railroads of
sufficient Importance to be listed.
This does not Include several small
roads that make no connection with
Q- What are the apostle spoons T
A. These are spoons in set of IS,
the handles of which are formed by
Images of the 12 apostles and the
Virgin Mary. These spoons were
once favorite christening gifts.
Complete sets are now quite rare
and in 1004, such a set was sold in
London for 4900 pounds sterling.
Q- Was Stephen A. Douglas a
slave bolder? U. M.
A. In midsummer of 1850, Douglas
wrote a letter to the Illinois state
register, in which he said that It
was true that bis wife owned about
ISO negroes in Mississippi on a cot
ton plantation. They were given her
by her father, who had previously
offered them to Douglas. The prop
erty belonged to his. wife exclusively
and ho had no rights whatever in It.
Q- What was the year of Jubilee t
A. G. C.
A. This was an Institution
ordained for the Hebrews in ancient
Bible times, by which every Seth year
the land that had in the Interval
passed out of the possession of its
original owners, who restored to
them. All who had been reduced to
poverty and obliged to hire them
selves out as servants were released
from their bondage and there was a
remittance of debts. During this year
there was no sowing, no reaping nor
even gathering of grapes. The de
sign of the institution was to pre
vent the growth of an oligarchy of
land owners and a total impoverish
ment of some families.
Q, When was the greatest fire!
A. In point of number of lives
lost, the destruction of Jerusalem In
79 A. D. ranks first with 1.19M9.
The fire in San Francisco. April 18.
19$, following an earthquake, de
stroyed the greatest amount of
property, which was valued at 3(9.
949.640. Q. How long were United States
troops in Veraerusf It. L L.
A. Our troops entered Veracruz
on April SI. 1914. and remained until
November 29, 1914.
O- What I the moving plant f
R. C. X.
A. This Is a plant native to Bast
India and is remarkable by reason of
the motion of its leaves. These are
arranged in groups of three, the
lateral leaflets much smaller than
the terminal one. These lateral leaf
lets are in constant motion, being
elevated by a succession of Jerks and
then, moving downward by similar
rantd Jerks. The motion is not ranld.
a complete up and down movement
taking from two to four minutes. The
terminal leaf does not remain quiet,
but Its movements are not like those
of the others.
Q. What is the distance around
the world by water? Is it half way
around the world to the Philippines
from ew York? M. K.
A, The distance around the world
by water Is 22,109 miles. It Is 11.
469 miles from New York to Philip
pines, or a little more than half way
around the world.
Q. What Is the meaning of the
word Mazdaf Front what Isngunge
does It corner S. C. J.
A. Mazda, in the Zend or Avestan
(old Persian) language, means "the
supreme one. It Is applied to elec
tric lights in the sense of being as
near perfection as possible.
Q. A says that a tall brick
chimney sways art the top, while B
says that It does not, which Is right r
A, Chimneys do sway to a certain
extent, an allowance for swaying
being made In construction.
(Any reader can get the answer to
any question by writing The Herald
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kln, director, Washington, D. C This
offer applies strictly to Information.
The bureau cannot give advice on
legal, medical and financial matters.
Enclose 2 cents in postage for reply
Lady Reading, wife of the lord
chief Justice of Eneland, has been
j awarded the grand cross of the Brit-
Ish empire, in recognition of her
I tactful aid to her husband during
. bis trm ta ambassador to tha TTntta4
marc afcLe -? v ozxy&&
OUT II and South and Bast andiTTR
From New Ham pi a I re and Mon
tana. Georgia and Louisiana,
Cornea the eryx "Wear overalls r
Yielding to the wild unrest
That no longer will be curbed.
Men are crawling out from under,
bursting hateful bonds asunder
And the profiteers disturbed.
OM the rugged coast of Slain
To the famous Golden Gate,
Lawyers, doctors, noets, nreaeh
ers, aeters students, clerks and
lea eh era
Rise with courage that Is great,
Crringi -Stop the wicked gains
Swat the selfish profiteer l
Put en denim and defeat arm I we
hare found the way to heat
Let hint cringe, at last, la fear.
GO It brothers i make him yell
For your merey. If yon cant
May the kindly saints defend yen
and the beat of lock attend
As you push your noble plant
I am here to wish you wen,
But n doabt upon me fa list
Presently we a kail be hearing that
there's shameful profiteering
la blue denim overalls.
H1T.V LECTURERS MAT BRR.
Ob. of th. lecturers says tber la no nick thine a lack. HrMsntly th
iMtnror nrtr hms son. to bmr. a tooth polled aad freed that tb dentist
was at homo sick.
IT LOOKS THAT WAT.
Th.re la a poMibilitr that a tax or Si aptece wlU be vat upon eanarr
Mrd& SoBMbodr saaat nave raeoMded la maKtosr ta. pfoposttnts of the
sea.mii baiters that all the canary birds is the eaaatry are being kept by
peopio woo wore tor saiarus.
A COJHTORTIXG THOUGHT.
It mil I ii that one star atill bay whisky in New Terk if oa. is thirsty
eaeagh to be willing; to pay it a drink, why worry? Only tb. profiteer,
ean afford that kind of dissipation, and the sooner they and their money
are partd the better.
e TOWNE GOSSIP
lUltaterea B. S. PatatOCOee.
By K. O. B. ,
rIE yoasg lady across the way says
so ranch is made of the study of
pedagogy nowadays that there's reaHy
no excBse tor atra; had feet.
j A Line O' Cheer .
if Each Day O' The Year
11 By JOHN KHSDniCK BAXGS.
SINCE It baa been through discon
tent "With lowlier planes that men do
I pray not for content anon.
Nor eifts of mere satiety.
To heights of worth asd victory.
Copyright. Mednre Newspaper
I By DUXK BOTTS.
Caerr"sCf. mn uimuai ntts. swrice. IK-Zasicterd C. S. 3F35S OCee.
vWEB-meWW RETURNED AIL AW LOVo LETTERS
cow -me best dmss wo get cover Gat !
ACITlZEir at lickvflle is reported
to hare made a lot of money dar
ing the past few months, and it is ex
pected that 'the doctor will soon have
to examine to see if he don't need
some sort of an operation.
Sile KiHew says the English spar,
rows fool around all summer and do
nothing and then are not able to go
south to spend the winter like the other
The tin peddler reports that spring
is coming down the road, and the post
master has began to look around and
wonder where the old plowpoint is that
he. used to prop the frost door open
with last summer.
DB1K K. Cm B.
I RBAD your article.
ABOUT THIS woraea.
WHO HAD doss and pets.
AXD SBEH to waste.
THAT LOVK that Shoald SB.
TO irrns ehlhtres.
A3TD OF course if i a shame.
IV ANT such person.
SHOULD PAMPER a dog-.
AXD 2VHQLROT their baHas.
A3TO SPB7TD tb.tr smsex.
O.V COMPORTS for dogs.
tvxnxjs MANY poor children.
WHOM THBT cooM hetp.
XEED MILK and clothes.
WHO TRULY loves children.
MUST HAVE la his heart.
A LOVE for doss.
AM) AS one child.
19 LOVBB nose the lose.
WHEN TUB others
SO ANY trne parent.
IS A better parent.
FOR LOVEta all
WE O.VCB had a doc;.
A LITTLB pnsr dog.
AXD I asa nre.
THAT FATHER and mother
AXD ALL five children.
LOVED BACH other better.
FOR LOVDCG htm.
.VXD WHBN be dtod.
WE THINK some fiend.
IX HUMAN form.
AND IF this Is trme.
I THINK the work!.
WAS BETTER off.
THAT SCIPIO lived.
THAN THAT he Hved.
WHO POISONED fcta.
AND I can recall.
WHEN I wrapped Mm up.
IX THE Utile blanket.
THAT SISTER mad.
WITH LOVTNa hands.
AND LAID bin away.
IN' HIS 1H tie srava,
THAT I had dag:
AND COVERED htm ap.
THAT MAN that I am.
I CRIED real tears.
FOR Jtl Httle friend.
AND AMONG the photos.
THAT OUR family baa.
THERE WTLX, always be prise
m m '
THE PICTURE Of SctBto.
WITH EAGER eyes.
FOR CANDY or ball.
AND IF mr ootBan.
THAT TOUCHED a. SO.
SHOULD LEAD anyone.
THE BETTER to love.
AND TO asderseaad.
OUR CANINE friends,
OF THE lava we owe,
THEN I want to say.
THAT WE aH saeaM say.
I THANK yon.
Thibet, of which so lit He 1. know,
by the oatald world. Is nevertheless
larger than France, Spain and Ger
many combined, and has a population
of (., see.
Ideal Husbands There Are, But Unsun,
By HELEN ROWLAND.
X Ideal Husband, who hath found
For his price Is far abov. Liberty
Th. heart of his wile aeugntetn in
him. and she shall aav. no lack of
envy amoagat women.
H. ane ta at tno iirac aweet note
of the alarm clock, and pntteth the
coffee on the nre.
He brina-eth Ma wife's breakfast to
her bedside and serveth It with his
He taketb In the cream aad the ice.
and the mail and the newspaper and
feedeth tb. cat and the Pekinese.
He find.tb his own things, and
dreaaeth without swearing.
lie dolh NOT open bis -wife's
letters! There im no curiosity In
He departs th for the office with
soft footsteps, lest b. disturb his
He la bo re th all day in the office.
and doetb hi. wife's errands in the
He seeetb net the blonde sten
.xrapher, and the otfiee flirt bath
no charms for him.
He keepeth his wife's sletare on
Six days of the week doth he labor
for hi. living, and upon the seventh
be moweth the lawn and weedeth the
gorden for DIVERSION.
He arriveth home always promptly
upon the dinner hoar, bringing kisses
and compliments asd confectionery.
HI. mouth Is filled witb praises for
bis wife, and he admlretb ber HATS.
Upon the cook's day oat. he feedeth
che.rfn.Ily upon cold tongue and deli
catessen salad, and when be hath
eaten hoipeth his wife with THE
Upon Saturday nlgkt he taketb
bis -rife forth to the cabaret, or
t. the sh.wi be dolleth vp in his
dress clothes without murmur
He pntteth the studs In bis own
shirt, and powdereth his wife's back
He doth NOT spend the evening In
staring at other women.
ataay husbands have been called
good but HK excelleth them all.
Then give blm the reward of
his labors, whiek is the battens
drawer of the ehlffoaler an
ONE hook in the clothes closet.
Go to. go to! Say not unto ma that
no such husband llveth!
For lo, I have known an hundred
such. But. alas! They do not get into
the newspapers. Their names are not
la th. mouths of the multitude. And
their wives are their only press
agents. (Copyright. 1530, by th
WbMler Syndicate, Inc.)
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