The canadian magazine of politics, science, art and literature, November 1910-April 1911 . s. In Scotland.where everybody is generous, the lairdor tenant provides his harvestem withbeer and baps in the harvest field,and this by way of a gratuity. Butwe fancy that tipping is more direct-Iv associated with the much abused else in this commercial age, they wantas much as they can get. Then letus admit at once that it pays to tip.Ask any cosmopolitan, and he willtell you so. But the principle of the visitor pay-ing for the hotel-keepers servants isnot the key-note of this article. Thosewho cannot

The canadian magazine of politics, science, art and literature, November 1910-April 1911 . s. In Scotland.where everybody is generous, the lairdor tenant provides his harvestem withbeer and baps in the harvest field,and this by way of a gratuity. Butwe fancy that tipping is more direct-Iv associated with the much abused else in this commercial age, they wantas much as they can get. Then letus admit at once that it pays to tip.Ask any cosmopolitan, and he willtell you so. But the principle of the visitor pay-ing for the hotel-keepers servants isnot the key-note of this article. Thosewho cannot Stock Photo
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The canadian magazine of politics, science, art and literature, November 1910-April 1911 . s. In Scotland.where everybody is generous, the lairdor tenant provides his harvestem withbeer and baps in the harvest field, and this by way of a gratuity. Butwe fancy that tipping is more direct-Iv associated with the much abused else in this commercial age, they wantas much as they can get. Then letus admit at once that it pays to tip.Ask any cosmopolitan, and he willtell you so. But the principle of the visitor pay-ing for the hotel-keepers servants isnot the key-note of this article. Thosewho cannot afford to tip should nottravel, if they wish to go in comfort.What is the use of sitting down to adecent dinner, conjuring in your mindall the time whether you will tip thewaiter or not ? All these disturbingthoughts are bad for the digestion andspoil the flavour of the wine. . non- 536 THE CANADIAN MAGAZINE tipping traveller can always go to aplace where girls are employed, whena sweet smile, your buttonhole bou-quet or a jolly will be well repaid—perhaps! Yet let him remember that. A HAiR. CUTA SHAVE I William Watson has written hnes onTho woman with the serpentstongue! Now, the waiter wields a mightypower; the non-tipping man shouldremember that he is in many respectsan autocrat- Behind his servilitythere may be scorn, and then thu longwaits, the poor cuts, the tarnishedsilver, the cold plates and potatoesfor the non-tipper. For the non-tip-per is a marked man. The chamber-maid knows it, the bell-boys know i^-.tho porters and busmen know it—thenwhat a life! Fume and fuss as muchas you like, this conjurer of nlateswill only smile the bland smile of sat-sfaction at your discomfiture, and hs=;mil permeates through all the gradesof service. But. oh, what a differencein the morning if you are looked uponas a good lui! The chamber-maid will pull your blind up, the bell-boyis there with your Collins; the head-waiter bows with a cheriw Goodmorning, sir. Everything goes asmeiril

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