Motto: "Keep up with the Times."
SECOND HONORABLE MENTION.
Everybody is born into a world in which he must have considerable unhappiness, but in which he may get a great deal of happiness. The principal factors that go to assure happiness may, in the order of their importance, be stated as follows:
1. Good air to breathe.
2. Good water to drink.
3. Good food to eat.
4. Good clothing to wear.
5. Good employment.
6. Good companionship.
7. Good chance for self development.
These seem to be, not only the natural desires, but the natural rights of every man. But what can he claim as a right besides? He brought nothing into this world, and it is sure that he can take nothing out. At first sight, it would seem that these things ought not to be hard to get; but it is a matter of common knowledge that few people get all of them.
THE NAVAL PROFESSION. By Commander Bradley A. Fiske, U.S.N 475
A GENERAL SALES COMMISSARY SYSTEM FOR THE NAVY: THE JUSTICE