A job is worth not what it pays, but what it teaches. There are in America today a number of men with salaries of or more, who held jobs not so long ago at $15 a week. How did they gain such promotion? For every dollar in money each man took from his job he took fifty or a hundred dol lars' worth Of knowledge. Thus each man ultimately fixed his own salary. The way to make an occupation valuable is to look on it as an education. The call Of the business world is for the man who knows. If also he is a man who thinks and who works, a thousand doors Of opportunity swing wide before him; he has but to choose, to enter, to command.