Sefior Jose Amatuzzo, superintendent of the State Reformatories of Argentina, confided to correspondents, last week, details of a punishment which he deems "almost infallibly efficacious."

"When an Argentine boy is very bad I cut his hair. They love their hair and that's what hurts them most."

"In the past three years," added and boasted Sefior Amatuzzo, "our 18 farms and 17 shops for delinquent youths have produced various goods worth $200,000. . . . For example one of our skilled carpenters made, and sold at a good price, too, a desk and chair now used by the President* of Argentina.

* Dr....

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