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THIS WEEK'S OUTLOOK
SCARBOROUGH SCHOOL, SCARBOROUGH-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.
THE NATION'S INDUSTRIAL PROGEES
(Continued from page 769)
as the total distances covered by the conA WEEKLY OUTLINE STUDY OF CURRENT HISTORY bined electric railways of the country.
According to figures compiled by GorBY J. MADISON GATHANY
ernmental agencies, there are approximately 650 short-line railways in the
United States. These are roads not es. At the Gate; The Incomparable managed as the one referred to in this ceeding one hundred miles in length
. Migration article is managed? If so, compare the
Their extent is 16,000 miles. Four hundred results with those given by Mrs. Place.
and seventeen are less than twenty-fire VOR what reasons do modern nations What is a family budget? Of what value miles in length, and even more interest. place restrictions on those who may is such a budget?
ing is the fact that about 160 are less than seek admission to their shores?
ten miles in length. Must each person going out of or com- article given a good definition of the ex- The investment represented by this ing into this country secure a passport pression “ the community”? Do you
know mileage of railway construction and mainbefore doing so? What new passport reof a better one?
tenance is greatly in excess of what truck quirements has Congress laid down since Is it easy to determine the limits of indi- installation would cost. That short-line our entrance into the war?
vidual welfare and general welfare? What operation has been a heavy millstone What would be some of the most serious fundamental principles should determine around the neck of the railways is an results of uncontrolled immigration ? the limits?
open secret. Eventually, it has been
pre What are your reasons for approving Are you going to practice in your home dicted, short lines will place their freight or disapproving of the Immigration Bill the system of management described by and passenger business on a paying basis introduced into Congress by Congressman Mrs. Place?
by converting their roundhouses and shops Johnson ?
A book worth reading in connection into garages, scrapping their rails, an Why don't our immigrants go to the
with this article is that entitled “ Home transforming their roadbeds into moderna farms? Do
think it would be fair and and Its Management," by M. H. Kittridge motor-truck highways. just to restrict immigration to those who (Century).
When the great road-building programme are willing to work on our farms ?
now formulating is finally launched, motor Do you think it possible to have a perma
The Turn in the Tide trucks will play an important role in buildnent immigration policy? If so, what ,
ing the very highways which they later
What illustrations can you give which would its leading features be?
will traverse as industry's beasts of burden. In determining what to do with those
tend to prove the fundamental principle Of thirty thousand motor cars and trucks
which The Outlook on another page exwaiting to get within our gate, should we
already serving the various departments of consider merely our own interests? What presses in these words, “ We advance by
the forty-eight State governments in the reasons have
a process of approaching the mean through United States, twenty-three thousand are for
you If immigrants are disappointed in going to extremes”?
used in carrying out the programmes of America, who is to blame? What do you
The writer of this editorial refers to the the various "States for improving their
Adamson Bill. What are its provisions? think we ought to do with those immi
high ways. Some.consider it class legislation. Do you ? grants who are thoroughly dissatisfied with
The State Road Commission of Utah, America and its institutions ? Was its passage a good thing?
for example, rents trucks from its fleet of What reasons have you for agreeing or
What is meant by the phrase, the labor
seven to counties in the State for use in movement in the United States? What are disagreeing with what Dr. Abbott says in
road-building work.. Depreciation of trucks the aims of this movement? Do you think his editorial entitled " At the Gate" ?
is fixed at so much per day and rental is Define accurately the following expres
public sentiment at the present time is made to cover depreciation only: The sions: Stereotyped, anarchy, rabbis, proseagainst it? Should it be?
counties also stand the cost of repairs, oil, lytes, gullible, business acumen.
Are there any indications that business and gasoline during the time the trucks Two excellent books to read on this
men are taking advantage of the pres- are in their service. problem are “Democracy and Assimila“
ent situation in industry? If so, are there The case of Utah is typical. Motor tion," by Julius Drachsler (Macmillan),
reasons for believing that they are trucks help first to build the roads, then they
wise? and “Schooling the Immigrant,” by F. V.
will help inake them profitable. Thompson (Harpers).
Would or would not America be better off with the open shop?
It would be worth your while read The Drama on Strings carefully the following books : “ Citizens
in Industry,” by C. R. Henderson (AppleWhat are puppet shows? Of what value
ton); “Economie Principles," by F. A. do you consider them?
Fetter (Century); “ Mediation, InvestigaWhat does the writer of this editorial
tion, and Arbitration in Industrial Dismean when he refers to “ those mechanical elaborations which American ingenuity bas
putes,” by G. E. Barnett (Appleton) ;
The Aims of Labor,” by Arthur Henbrought to the aid (or the suffocation) of
derson (Huebsch). the legitimate drama”? What are the essentials of drama?
The Farmers' Strike
blame the farmers for refusing
to sell their wheat at present market imagination? What evidence have
Use A very good book to read in connection
Federal Government guarantee farmers at with this topic is that by Helen H. Joseph least the cost price of producing wheat and entitled “A Book of Marionettes ” (B. W. other farm products ? Huebsch, New York).
The Outlook sees no reason why it is for a clear skin and good hair
not just as reasonable for farmers to strike For a skin that is excessively oily, and Democracy in the Home as for bricklayers and printers. Do you has coarse, clogged pores, or one that
agree with the position taken by the is disfigured by an annoying eruption, Is that which Mrs. Place describes on Outlook ?
there is nothing betterthan RESINOL. another page democracy? 1?
Bathe first with RESINOL SOAP What, in your opinion, is the matter with Do you know of any home which is farming in this country?
then apply RESINOL OINTMENT
and you can be reasonably sure of a 1 These questions and comments are designed not It would be well, indeed, for American
speedy and remarkable improvement. only for the use of current events classes and clubs, citizens to read “Helping Men Own Resinol Soap used regularly for the shampoo debating societies, teachers of history and English, Farms," by Elwood Mead (Macmillan), tends to keep the hair lustrous and the scalp free and the like, but also for discussion in the home
from dandruft. Where there is already a seriors and “The Place of Agriculture in Re- accumulation of dandruff, part the hair and sub and for suggestions to any reader who desires to study current affairs as well as to read about them. construction,” by J. B. Norman (Dut
Resinol Ointment well into the scalp some time
before shampooing. At all druggists. -THE EDITORS.
A of Cocoa"
is good at any hour of the day
BY THE WAY T 10 test the general intelligence of high for the next five minutes. But he did not
school students twenty questions were hiccough again. He was all right the next asked by Mr. E. D. Martin. As quoted in day, and when the squaw came in to his his book « The Behavior of Crowds” store he presented her with a big chunk of some of the questions were: 6 What is the dried beef as
a grateful tribute to her difference between the Declaration of In- medical skill!” dependence and the Constitution of the United States? What is a dicotyledon?
Theatrical critics who indulge ir "deDoes the name Darwin mean anything to
structive criticism sometimes receive unyou? Have you ever heard of William favorable comments from the destroyed. A James? What is the significance of the dramatic journal publishes an illustration battle of Tours? Who was Thomas Jeffer
to this effect from a vaudeville team : son?” There were twenty questions. The To the Editor : In a recent issue of average grade in the answers given was of the guys on your paper who signs him44.6. Probably many older persons would self saw fit to try and pick our act to pass up” the questions as to dicotyledons
pieces. We don't know who this fellow is and, and the battle of Tours.
what's more, don't care, but we want to let
you know he is taking your money under false In commenting on family life in hotels, pretension. the author of “ American Towns and
A Hindu clerk, as reported in the People" gives this quotation from Henry
Journal ” of the American Medical AsJames illustrative of a personal experience
sociation, wrote to his English employer with the typical enfant terrible :
requesting an increase of salary, as folThere are long corridors defended by gusts
lows : “ Things are dear and so dear that I
cannot suffice my life in such a small sum way !” she shrieks as
of Rs 160 so kindly assure me sir to give She has
passes. ribbons on her hair and frills on her dress. me an increase in order to bring my. She makes the tour of the vast hotel.
you are well aware that single life is not 6 Once
begin to see that a little child better, therefore take me into your hand may lead " the author concludes, “ you
and make me free from mental anxiety are its hopeless and infatuated slave” this and pass me increase of pay for double especially in the environment of a great
life.' hotel, where the child knows how to make
“ Treat the other fellow rough,” says the the most of its privileges. But it is to be
“ Rural New Yorker" in what might be hoped that since Henry James wrote the
called free prose, “and you help to make passage quoted better manners have invaded the hotel corridor.
a tough. Treat the other fellow right and
he'll soon forget to fight.” 6 6 The Constituent Assembly set up a
From a selected list of answers to school more outrageous tyranny than any that the Louies had dreamed of.' Is this the
examination questions a subscriber culls these as
“ classics that may be worth recorrect plural of Louis ?” a reader asks.
Four animals belonging to the cat family are
the father cat, the mother cat, and two little grammatical form. “ The Louises ” would
kittens. be correct if we follow the analogy of
A blizzard is the inside of a hen. “the Herculeses,” “the Natchezes," ap- A mountain pass is a pass given by the railproved by some grammarians. The pro- road to its employees so that they can spend nunciation, however, “ Louis" is their vacation in the mountains. “ Looey,” and in the sentence cited this When the British got up in the morning and sound has been pluralized as it would be saw the Americans on the opposite hill they uttered in reading. If the sentence is to
threw up their breakfasts (breastworks). be read aloud, "the Louies" interprets
Weapons of the Indians : Bow, arrow,
bawk, and war-hoop. the sound desired ; if logic is to be followed, the “ Louises” is to be preferred. A curious incident in connection with “ The Irish are not the only people who
the printing of a pamphlet recently ocmake metaphorical bulls,' a subscriber
curred in England, according to the Lonwrites. “ A Missouri woman in our neigh
don correspondent of the “ American borhood said of a certain man with whom
Printer.” In the pamphlet the author her husband had had a difference of opin
referred to a prominent labor leader as an ion: "He's the biggest snake in the grass
“ When sent to the press that ever stood on two legs.'”
the machine minders refused to print it
unless the objectionable phrase was deA Chinese pupil in a history class, ac- leted,” says the correspondent ; “ this the cording to a correspondent, asked her author refused to sanction, declining to teacher how Louis XIV could marry the allow the printers to censor his publicaNetherlands. The bewildered teacher in- tion.” The outcome of the controversy is quired what she meant, and the child read not stated. from the text-book : “ Louis XIV claimed the Netherlands for his wife."
The “ Dramatic Mirror” has this on the
Greek political situation, under the head “Here is another remedy for the hic
“ As the Greeks Sing It:” coughs," a Western reader writes, apropos
Oh my darling, oh my darling, of a cure” quoted in this column.“
Oh my darling Constantine ; leading groceryman was suffering with
He's not lost, nor gone forever, hiccoughs and could get no relief. An oldt
Is my darling Constantine. squaw, a customer, came in from a neighs boring reservation. She saw his predica- Not all city landlords object to families ment, and with one hand grabbed up a
with children. A newspaper paragraph black-pepper box from a table and with says that in a Western city a landlord anthe other hand pulled back his head (by nounces that “whenever a child is born in the hair) and held the pepper-box to his one of his houses the rent for that month nose. Of course he sneezed sneezed hard will be returned to the tenant."
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