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TIIE EVENITTQ HCTAIP, AT.BITQTjT.TvQTJE.N. TT.t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 , 1015.
5 U i 77.c TT1T3 KVILX1NG BTtAUs, IXO. OROtlOa K. VALUAST, Hiintf H. it. MEKlXd Editor ruWUhed v"T afternoon - tlt Hunriay, t nil North Beaond Street, Albuquerque, M. K. Fntere4 (Wdnd-rliua matter at tbe poeloffire at AlbumsreiM, N. M., under me Act of ifsres S, is:. " ' " On moo i by matt r carrier.. ISa On weak by earrtar llo Owe yr by RkaU or carrier la advance , ..tldl ioncs: BtCelBeM OfHC S Editorial SiMBut .......... ..1IT A FISK IOK., Ij.IT VOO RATIONS attributed by a, ra- cent Santa Fa dispatch to Col a jt ix Twltchrlt, with reference to ter'.aln llnea of activity which ahould be followed out by the Cniver- ii i.r w Mnicn. icmiry o m sound Judgment of that loyal pro moter of New Kfik'oi best Interceta Colonel TwItcheiL It la elated, thinks the Plate University should follow out llnea of Investigation Indh-nfcd by the Buhject tithe. "What la the mattar ilh New Mexico r Yv la the per capita Income of New Meglco men , less lha la other atateeT" "Why la wealth pio.uctlon laea in New ko than hi othar atateaV and other subjects along Mbe llnea of economic Investigation and development. Mr. Twitched la quoted aa staling that the I'nlveretty should detail a professor or professors to the special atudy of erotiomlc problems and con dition, fur the Information of the people and the betterment of those condition This suggestion ia one which there la not a particle of doubt tha govern ment of the 8tate fnivaraily would carry out gladly if It were in a posi tion to do ao. t'niortunetely It la not. Mad the University poaseaaed the re source! to detail one of Its faculty to an economic survey and analysis of taxation conditions In tills atate, prob ably there would not have been such urgent necamlty for the organisation of a atate association of taxpayers to finance the employment of Just such an expert and such an Investigation. The conditions to which the questions aufsgetlcd point are the conditions which make It necessary for every .rWi1'.,"!,, fU.'JJT ,V..,h State University to teach. Every member must have scholarship; but while member of the faculty In the univer sity he must put aside personal achol erahlp to a very large extent in order to devote his time strictly to the bust ntsa of first Importance: that ot teaching. If provision was muds for the New Mexico University aa la made for tha University of Arizona It Is quits certain that tha reasearch work Indicated aa a proper part of univer sity endeavor would have been nnder way long since, and that the results thereof would have been shown throughout tha whole social and eco nomic structure of the state. The time la near at hand whan th University must be equipped to take an active port in Solving Intricate problema ot atate building, and It Is uggestlons such as those made by Colonel Twitchell which will hasten the time when the people will see the necessity that euc h provlnlon Is nad for the University's maintenance that It will be enabled to entor into the broad field of usefulness for which It was dealgned and toward which it la working. THE AlTOMOiUUVr MIK THE Herald haa received a some, what Indignant prut eat from an automobile owner, who signs himself "Pafety Flrst, against a reo nt editorial statement referring to violation, of speed rinul.it ions by automobile drivers in this city. Till correspondent unM-its thut the auto mobile has as much right to tree use of the streets ss has a child, or a woman or an old man. He points out Ihi.l children ho are i-ndaugered by motor cars generally are playing In the atreete, where they have no bual neaa ta be. Thin Is all finite true There Is as much if sn obligation upon psrents to keep their children; out of dangerous places as there is upon the nutomomie ori.r in ni regard lor huinsn life. A purent who IM-rmits a child to play In the alieut; to run after automobiles, and to seek the automobile driver to have to "steal rides, severely. I, W ta) rmmrru q.m. The Herald had no reference t phase of the matter, although the au - tumobile owner should have ipille si nun h coiifcidarstion as the pedcBtrlsn.lgy (lf Tuberculous week )rt fact It was Just that conrnderatton lor the sensible owner if an automo- bil that we were eeeklng. No (,ne ma the allghtest objection to the tumobile. sanely driven: or for that matter, Insanely tiriven, when on track or an open road. Hprrd Is tl liosiness of the man in Hie car so bum as ha does not andniiger litea we wilt continue to drive at le the fool who cannot restrain M mania for speed In the business or residence dis trict and who drlvaa without ntrol so that no pedestrian, active man or hrtptc child, la tale from the men ace. There ara a number of these maniac. In Aibuquetque. They .do their work chiefly In tha residence district whara tha pollca ara nut. They ara making all tha sentiment thora U In thla town for eevere ...i. .....I. Hon.. and If they are not curbed In onie way they will carry public aanilmanl to a point whara It will become un Jut and unreasonable to all auto mobile drivers the large majority of whom are aa aane end ae considerate of othara aa any othar citizen.- MINH WIIK.X TIIKY I"AV. ININO pays better than any er business, according to rnntent figures' that ara inu Je he baalt of a etatern'-nt' recent ly laaued by Cheater II. Lawrence, a lloeton financier. Ha calls attention to the fact that mining profits l-ad all others, and that the malor portion of railroad enrnlnss come from houl In ore or some commodity connected with tha mining Industry. In his statement ie says: "The National Banker In a recent Issue makes the unequivocal state ment that the combined dividend paid by the gold and silver companies ot the United 81tca are greater than the combined dividends paid by all the banking Institutions In the United Plates. 'That the combined dividends paid b the copper companies of the Unit ed States are greater than the com bined dividends paid by all of the rnllroads In the United Btutes end that per cant of the freight hauled by these same rnllroaOe Is V-lther ore or some commodity connected with the mining and milling of ore. "To this somewhat aat nindlng and not genera'ly known fact lirsdntreet'a and Dun's commercial agcnclea sup ply the somewhat startling addenda that but It per cent of all the b'g.tl mate mining Investments fall, as against tt per cent in general com mercial lines. "Seventy-six mines of the United States paid dividends In 11I up to October I of over i;5,00.00. "imring 1907, 13(0.000,000 Whs lost in 'gilt edge' securities and about as much more during the pust two years. tvhlch waa more than was ever lost n mining. 'Mora money had been Put through ounas in ine lust rive yeir-4 than waa lost in mining In the last fifteen years. Government figures how the fol lowing returns on capital Invested: Ttailroada, S per cent; national banks. i per cent: Insurance, 11 per cent: lumbering, 14 per cent: inlninii 12 per cent." TlllEHCI MISIS WH K. -vLANj for a national Medical Kx Y amlnatlon day. a Children's Health Crusade day and a Tu berculoeta Hunday. all to be held In Tuberculoaia week, Ieccrribcr ( to 13, were announced today by The Na tional Association for the ludy and l'reventlon ot Tuberculosis. Medical Examination day Is act for Wednesday, December t, and will be the first effort on a nutional scule to urge aa annual physical examination for everyone. I'lana for the day In clude an appeal to Induce ivcryone. kk and well, to see a doitor and It-urn whether they are In good phys ical condition. The scheme Includes also the Inauguration on the part of factories, stores and oftlces of an an nual physical examination for ull em ployes. Thousands of antl-tubcrcu-losls assoglatlon, other societies mid dispensaries ull over the country are expected to co'-oerate In furnllilni' free examinations for thoie not aide to pay a physician. Children s Health rusado day on Friday, I--einlM-r 10, Is planned to Intercut and Instruct school children in heulthful living. Fpvclal exercise will lie held at which lecture, canny and playlets will be given on the sub ject of health. This will 4'o be the occu.h.n for launching the Iti-d Crop Christinas real solo In the i hoola. The culmination of the cnmpulKn will be the sixth annual celebration of Tuberculosis Hunday. I.ul year on Tuuerculoeia d.iy over loo.tioo chun li ee gave attention to the subject of tu berculoaia by sermons, talks und nn- nouncemema The governors of all .1 ,n( w,u htf BBk,.d to MIM. ,,ro,.amt()n ailing atten'lor to the llllwrlln(.e r ,u leasing the know I - tto ()f ,h, )llMi. n,)W , ,, .consumption, t'luba. lodges ond so. i-ities will also be asked tu ronsld-r j,,ie BUhjrt., at a meeting either on Tubaieulosls Hunduy or some other Kan lllco siib- t "lixirlc fit fix. lure". rlisiK-a to sate money, "- L ' - - :F. Crollott FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. COLO k J Br Of Second Us. s i JIB TACT thiit Hull Andrews haa arrived In charge of a fttnta Fa racing tnolc, should add In- tarcst to tha fair racra. Home h.l contests have been pulled off In the pest- under similar suepirea. Til. I. even half a billion Is otilte a little money to loa!t to parilea ruhlng headon toanrd suicide. BOMF.1IOW there la lew public In dignation over that II3.OHO.000 worth of beef the packers dropped than If the money hnd been lost by a aidow snd her orphan children. FAnMlNnTON.n Clayton, Itoaweil and Pllver City will send excursions to the fair. Other will run rrnm every other available point of the com pas. 11AVINO I.ICKKl) him the rier mans now charge the (Hand Iiuke Nicholas with having- caused the war. It la customary to hang things on the goat. 1'llllKR rouaTniPchecrs: the safety hair cutter haa arrived and e can all be next. Mrs. McCtMlMICK thinks nuffrnge sentiment la saining among lawmak ers. So la Buffering. TIIH TIMR la coming; when the vote to get rid of boya will let 'tin tbem. ICMAToil JIM Ham 1-cwla thinks the middle of a flKht Is a bad time to split your availuble rnnh with a friend. SKNATCrt JIM evidently clings to the belief that It s urually the Inno cent oyalander aho gets stuck. r1HmW-r I-nM of the M Wlxsipjil. Hummer laat April when we otta, had spring. For the- next four months J. I'luv waa king; Cold and damp and netter'n a well, Chill and dull nnd cloudy rn . . . . all get out. And now: "Hy gush, its hot!" la heard As an ' Indian" cummer you are a bird. iM-lroil Nous- MOVIE SHOW RIGHT IN CENTER OF THE FORBIDDEN CITY Peking, Sept. !. The Fplrlta of China's dead emperors in net shiver ue they puaa over the Forbidden City be tween th hours of eight and mid night In tre, evenlmr. An exteiiaue section of tha "city" haa been opened $tn public park, in the center ot which Hands nn Imperial pavilion v-htch h:in been ulven over to a mod ern moving pi' tore Hhow. A-.y i m!li who a pay trc price of admlsfion. a few centa. may sit bei-.eath th aavea of the p.ivilloii which in recent years contained a throne. The dec orutluna of the gre.it. hea v-roofc I ti 1 1 1 1 -l it are continued In the anle o the late dynasty, dr.ixone forming : conapicuoiiK pur:. Tako Jupiter for a Hean lill-ht. I'uris, eVpl. I,. Jupiter, looininn up mperlallv briihanl In t1 e eastern aXy not loiiir after v-jti.sii now-n-dav has been frequently iiiiM.iacn f.r 1h nf-arc)li"ht ff an at-roplane M ilia oi t'arla, fltiiinerH at the front liavi maile the same nib take and prepare! to train their anli-aln -r;i ft ui-aoii agalnht It. The well knoun a.-troti omer, Abbe Morrux. Has be bun re reived a grout many letters from them fiakuiK parti, ulara about th! grat Huh' In the t-i.-t, iiruunl't their not. for the first time by the war. Abhe Moreiig Infeia from the niaaN of eorrciertondcni e received th;it thouHamlK of noldiera ohlmcd to p.i.s Ike night under tie open ry, ine nc 'iiilrlng nn Interent in the wonders nnd beauties of nature that otlieiais they would liae passed their live a Ithotit. SafieTlUllc Infanta sod Invalids HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL HALTED MILK The Food-Drink for all Agoa Rich milk, malted! grain, in powder form. For infants, invalids sal growing children. Pure nutrition, upbuilding tat whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers aat the sged. Mora healthful than tea or colic. Vnl0m you may -HOnilOICS-' yo may get a uhtltuio 1 j , j f ! V FROM EVER'X DIRECTION people come bere for their bread supply. TLe leMuns are many, but are eeiy easllr learned. Just try a loaf today and you'll know and appreciate tbein all. People who know call our bread I "perfection." It li none too g iod name for It. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First St. Health BY WltLtAM The Control TUF.nn l some good sclentlrte ground for the belief that dia betes la not a speeino disease In itself, but a functional disturbance due to certain altergtlous of the In ternal secretions. ' Until Yery recently, tha beat treat ment for tha diabetic Individual bas been a diet containing quantities ot carbohydrate determined by tetlg of tl.e patlent'g tolerance tor these foods. Certainly no drug or combine tloa of drug control the glycosuria. And glycosuria la rather of minor Importance, as compared with aceto nurla, for the accumulation of acetone bodies in the blood Is what produce serious nr fatal coma. The way to remove acetone bodies from the blood i to remove fat from the licit. From fat coma the "acidosis" which la so much feared In diabetes. lr. John It. William bas accom plished some remarkable thing In the study of dishetes. He baa iihown that In practlca'.ly all case, no mat ter bow chronic nr what the patient' age, it la possible to clear up tha glycosuria and place tha patient in good physical condition by siring; the patient or his attendant lessons In chemistry. In other words, Williams find that most diabetic patient can be taught the fuel value (calorlo content I of all ordinary footle and instructed how to choose a menu which will furnish adequate food and yet not over-feed, that la to say, not produce acidosis and harmful result. It require usually three or four day to freo the urine from sugar, by mean of fasts, saline cathartic and rest. After that, it I limply a cate of teaching; chemistry. A soon a the patlont I well enough versed In selecting a diet ot sufficient calorlo value to meet hi normal needs, the patient may go home and live la comfort. Vest Pocket Essays BY GRORGB HTCII THE FRESHMAN THE annual freshman crop of this country is now about ready for pick log. Like oranges and other tropical fruit, freshmen are picked when they are green. One hundred thousand young men will enter the colleges of the land this fall and very few ot them will know enough to refrain from buying season tickets for chapel when requested to do so by polite sophomores. They will apply to the Janitor for enrolment In bis Creek classes and will try to buy bridles for Latin ponies and will perform many other quaint and amusing tricks. It 1 pitiful to think that young men brought up In tender families should know so little. However It Is a waste of time to drop tears over the Ignor ance of the freshman. In a yeorhewlll be a sophomore, and then he will know more than Aristotle, did. Freshmen will come to college thla fall from magnificent high, schools and will know so much that Isn't re quired by the upper classmen that they will have to spend weeks In the bathtub with their clothes on, getting the superfluous Intelligence soaked out of them. Freshmen will also en ter from the remote back counties where the rural mall delivery la a dream of the future. They will woar pouullar pants and shoes which bulgo in the wrong place; and they will have peach fuss on their chin and their coats will only 1U In the button holes; and they will collide with their own foet when addressing; young women and will swallow tbolr Adam's apple and become Incan descent about the ears when a stranger addresses them. These perspiring young men will be regarded with much scorn by the students who learned how to collar and throw a dress suit before they entered gram mar school. Tboy will Views Of National EriVKPT LIB S A ITER, vtolt "Son of Hate" was a nine daya wonder for its foroelou t.t'e, a- ems to have seen the folly of lotting patriotism mints him fall a rurslng like a very drab. He la aald lo approve the sensible opinion ot the llerllii Ta'irhlntt thut IiIh "poem" Hinuld not be Inserted In school text iHioks or song bonks, that hatred of I'.iiKland should not h taught In tha Herman schools, which, by the way, have long been used lo magnify and dii.Heinirj.ite the Holie.ii.ollarn myth nnd cult, and, for the purfoces of the Navy I-eu'ie, lo Inculcate, suspicion nnd fear of British son power anil llrlth-li de-Mxtig generally. I, l eaner' upnlo:ia Is manly and Rtruli-litfor-wurd. and elves thfl rentier a rospect for I.U rliuracter that could hardly lie Ml for ,ls Inb-nt, were that to bo Judged bv tho pnsalon, violent, not lifting, of tho "1I,-ihsk'8I"K" Tli.it. I .i says, was tho "rcRuIt of a moment of piisHlonnto Inspiration nnd lii.pulsti during the hrst week of thn war, whin hatred of Great HrlUln, caused by her declaration of war. was powerful In Ills mind." The poetical temperament, super heated in a moment of patriotic ex ultation mid agony. After all, Tlieogeiien.wiih lils"full wIkIi to drink the very blood" of bin enemies, Km Inhume. In his umualnxly "(urloiiH and frantic'' linlophllo nnd llepubli ran Bongs, outllasauered Llssauer, Hi nee uo Urea underlie the no longer IreucherniiH ashes of the Civil War, I hew llnea of Ixiwell'S may lie quoted to IIIiiHtrals the Intolerant personal fury bied ly war; Talks BRADY. M.D. Of Diabetes A Pr. William remarked, when describing this plan of controlling; diabetes before a tnetllral society meeting, no on baa to die of dia betes. The secret Is ta find whet each Individual tolerance Is for the varlou kind ot food, by xonan of chemical urinalysis carried on day after day or even several time In tho day, and then to teach tha patient bow to keep hi mr-nu within the limits thus prescribed. qvehtiox axt Avswrms The Lady Heard Prom The lady trfio tcrofo yo but wcrk about a cane of rhtumotitm it tit 11 auditing your rrply, and oiinosncc O postcard entlpnrd. itnswrr We think a lady would never forget to sign what she writes. It must bar been a woman. ' The) Old PHoslon . B. typrrtritct tkts oaa. 7 fought and cold ore canted by in frction ti-ifa grrmt and not by tr pot a re or Into frsipcrnfarr, tens' ara they more frequent in winter thin in tummrrt .4 mirrr For the same raaaon that diphtheria and tuberculoma are more , frequent In colder month of the year because then people live in doors. In over-heatad. insufficiently ventilated room; and because the fear ot outdoor air makes them cod dle their bodies, thus lowering re slntsnr to all sort of respiratory disease. Stomach Wandered Away What it "prolapsed ffomarh" 7 it mroolt f Aiuirrr It Is when your stomach Hp its mooring and wanders away for a little excursion along the ali mentary canal. Many victim never mix It. Yes. it is curable it tuo diagnosis Is once assured. not bo Invited to parties anil will lead neglected lives and will be com pelled to study all night for amuse ment. Instead ot leading the grand march in a pearl-flnlahed vest which set father back $17, they will have to take the valedictory and other hon or fur amusement and go to Con- Thry trill apply to the janitor fur tnrolmcnt in hit Qrtek clatt' t fcresa and the Senate In order lo wlpo out the memory ot their sad collego day. And will the kid flnlnhed scions of arlHtocrary scorn them than? NO. dear friends. They will spesk of them lovingly aa "My old collego chum." and will go to visit them In Washington nnd will e?en borrow money from them if the stock market baa bark fired. This I a truly nohlo spirit. We should never look with acorn upon a cabinet minister or a bank presi dent becauan be wa onco a scatter footed freshman with red wrist and a taste for Latin Instead of tor fox trots. The Press "Hate 1'4 rath.r taVa my rhani-a ta stsnd At jedameat watr your nifinwt slsvsls, Thnn st il.rfl h bur hold up a Iihu1 hi ilrlpinn' red yuuro, JU IjstIs. A if (he brave and accomplished Mr. Davis, tho admirable Secretary of War, thn honorable, and pious gen tleman, were personally responalhlo for tho war. No douht Mr. Lowoll, toasting bis toes at Kim wood, twenty-five years afterwnrd, felt a cer tain wonder at that old enmity. Tho loss of his gallant nephew in the field, the Homo of Ills hostility to slavery, his hopes and fears for tbe North, aro concentrated In that verse. An obscure poet of tho South was pouring forth, earlier In thn war, hi bitterness about tho Yankeus: fjinlnrn ) and Inc. rnv bcri, bung a Abo from ihluuii.. How remote, Impossible, seem those old scorns and hatreds now. Ho to other generations of Germans mill FiigllHhmen may thn present rancors look. If the centuries of warfare, rivalry, nnd ill feeling b' -twecn France anil Knglund find them friend at lust. If the lOngllah hal lucination or niniinmunlu, Kussoplio Mn. could bo cured so quickly, why may Germany not fly some time Into tho arms of tho Yellow l'erll, or Kng lund and Germany unltn against Itussln? Nations either love or hale. All these personal and popular trans ports are ephemeral. Self Interest, Imperious necessity, strength to bd gained, dictate and shift their rela tions, alliances, nnd ententes. Time I long and bat Is Hooting Arte lor 7'txacf, Cartoons Of The Day 'SEND THE V J" i. ' .asTVJI r I 1 ! Peoples Legal Friend Hy n. R. Settled Out Of Court Q. Pirn trll me ti fiaf it thr rtM of laio la thlt sfdfa (Orrijon) trhcru ftro persons hire gone to I'tw ahoat a matter and then trttled it brturcn thrmtelvet without the mniftttnce nt a lawyer. Can they do thit and wilt the tettlement hold goodt A. They may settle the controver sy without tho assistance ot a lawyer on either side. If they raro to do so, provided the matter has not gone too far. If a suit has been com menced and the litigant are repre sent ad In court by counsel, an ad justment ot the claim, made outside of court without the knowledge of tlm attorney, will be looked upon with suspicion, and If fraud has entered Into tho transaction tho settlement may be bet aside. A Good Conveyance Q. Where a deed ronreyt Uind In one ntat but it arknowlrdjrd in an other itnte, will it be a guud ton veyanref A. Yes, If the acknowledgment Is made before the proper officer and the statutory requirements are ob served. Kvery state provides, by Its own laws, the method of taking an acknowledgment to a dead which conveys pioperty within such state, but Is acknowledged In a different atato. The Right Of Guardians 0. Kindly inform tne whether i paordinn Hut the. right in any entn to pice hlj ronsrnf, or refute io gne it. to the. ward't marriage. A. Tho right and duties of guar dians. In such matters, are con trolled by stntutnry onartmentH In the various elates. In many statei, guardians have thn power to assent to a word's marrlaco or to dmllno to do BO. The Middle Name Q. Legally, it a pemon't middle initial part of hit nomcf Hmr if hit given form It oi.to abhrrviatrdf A. Thfl middle Initial Is not a part of the name. The queatlon la morrly one of Identification. If It may bo asce'talned who the person is who haa algned his name, his sig nal ire, regardics of form, will be ulSciont. Witness To A Will Q. 7)0 fhr different tlnlrt have thn tame law at :v the number of Hltni$iitrejuiidfurawllir A. No, The LifeLijie By Laura Khiuman Tbe Man Wbo Tells Us Wlat He's Doing for Ui It isn't enough for Mm that wo thank lilm nftorward; ho wnnls to be thanked beforehand, aa well. "I or dered a few roses for yon wlillo I was ordering sorno for my own table," he lnforpis us as lie steps out of the florist's shop and Joins us. If lio wero Bonding us Ice-cream ho would have soma excuso for tell ing us about It; ho wouldn't want us to buy soma for ourselves, unneces sarily. Hut roses! Whnt excuse, otour than tho satisfaction of seeing our gratitude, bna ho In telling un about this? Nor have wo any real delight to show Mm after tho way bo's conducted his giving! If, In. stead, tho flower bud come as surprise, just as wo were sitting down to dinner, we'd have boon gen uinely delighted perhaps even, a little Oatlerod at our friend' thought of us, put now! "Ho linsu't done It to give u pleasure," w loll ourselves ; "he's done It for the personal pleasure of hearing us acknomledga bis beneficence! " cheering hlmtclf, WAGON" m -a- IV. 4 -r;yv:- lii !.: ':.v:'; aa" av L aVM p. m mmc. Orr la Nashville rcas irnts BRANSON Wlien You Im It. Smile Q. M hot fee It ordinarily rhnrtrd ly a lauytr for dramnj a man's wtllt A. In the nature of the ease, thoro ran be nn llxed feo. Some will arn slmplo and some are complex. Fome Involve property rights of small Importance and some dlsposo of a largo estate. The execution of a mail will may bo a very lmril matter or It may require Inflnlto rare and painstaking Investigation and research. It you have conlnletico In your lawyer, and f'-ul Mint ho knows how, you should cheat fully pay him any rensonablo sum he may ask. If you have no conlldeneo in Mm, It would be better to see aoiue oue else. Current Poetry Tbe Globe Trotter's Plaint I've been out West and Been the mountains; I'vo recti the cowboys too; I've sailed out through the Golden Gate Into the ocean bluo. I've been In many famous cities, I'vn looked Into Indian huts; I'vo seen them growing pineapples. And loading cocoauula. ' I've seen the Pphynt nnd Pyramids, I've seen tho desert Hiimlii; I've watched tho natives come and go la many different lands. Hui when I try to describe them With words thut ring and glow, A Isired reply comc-i buck: "I know I've seen that st tho picture show." David LUxtcr iu SI una yt Hwja- tinc. If It wero pnshlblo to grow balr on n bald head, do you supposn John l. Rockefeller would bo wearing a wig? Kvery once (n a while onn hears of a frank football roach who admits bl.t team baa a chance to win. Advice to women: If you love your husband, do not scrutinize him too closely while he Is eating. Watching a man cat Is the bc&vluiit crosK lovo hns to bear. It I all right to get up early in the morning, but It Is nothing to brng about Men who amount io utiytliltig do not have to get up ourly. I)o not become too optimistic over tin recent destruction by Are. of a plnno factory. There are bo many piano factories that onu Ore doesn't liolp much. If a man Insists on being well lrssei and well groomed, ho muni bold himself In reaillneis to refute tha alory that ho wear a corset. Wo bnvo noticed that a poor lawyer often knows more than twen ty ways to beat a rnao. Hut a good lawyer seldom know more than two or three, und Is satlsllcvj with onu. I'nless the dog hits killed some of your sheep, you do not, as a ruin, Join tho party that la being organized to bunt it down. It nearly always Is thn homeless. Inoffensive cur thai, races madly down. the street with a tin can nt tached to Its tull. If you show a dltt position to uso your tooth, tho prob abilities are that no can will ever ba tied to you. 8lel!a rtrtibakcr not only ask for a divorce from KII Urubaker, but In lst on bolng givon row and a calf There m-enm to be no limit to tha demands of a woman pace the la thoroughly aroused, - 3 , iJtj E Hon rev !rV unlside of It. What we aere driving at und what I la. eiO aWiutb Hexvad Kb ruoo imj og Mnx e;t. I