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.When sorrow comes around your
door,'- ' '
And at the, key-hole puts his
He'listen,se cautiously and says:
"Wonder if I'll be welcome
And if he-hears a- song of mirth 4
And happy voices ringing
He heaves a sigh and- urns away
And wearily plods down the
Massachusetts is the state with
the test vote 'this year. It's a
square fight between standpat
Republicans and progressive
Democrats, with a normal Re
publican majority of 80,000 to
WHOARE THE BRAVE?
"Depend upon1 it," said Thom
as Carlyle, "the brave man has
some how or other to give his life
Isn't it so?
Do you know a man that is put
ting his own pleasure or'jjfosper,
ity uppermost and who,- by any
stretch of imagination, cotlld'be
said to be "giving his life away"?
And do you know a man who is
thinking and doing things for,
others who isn-'t "giving his life
away," from the ordinary point
Look around you and see if
that isn't about the "size of it?
Well,. what are "we Here for, anyhow?
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