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and all who helped 'keep him out
of prisdn "h'ave"" reason fcfr thanks
These are the characters in the
The husband H. V. Gordon.
The wife--Mrs' HVV. Gordon.
The safes .manager C. 'E.
Gaerte, Swan-Neck Camp. Cd.
The court. --'Judge Hirries
Maxwell street. f . , "
The prosecuting, attorney E.
J. Smejkal. "
Ginley. . " "r" .i ? - -
The planing millr-CrtfselqGas-
ket Co. " - ' '
and heart throbs in it without
the aid of artificial respiration
from a typewriter. Tile'' tears
are not shown, but the wifecoulrf
tell of them. ' v
Probably if you saw it on 'the
stage it would appeal to. you
more. ' " "" '" ? v
JBut it touched the judge, be
fore whom pass hundreds of "cases
of misery weekly,; that is some
thing. It appealed to' the- state's'
attorney, wiose. sworn duty it js
to prosecute siicli cases ;'- that is'
nfore. And' it' appealed "tb'Hfie
court bailiffs. ' , , ' '
After all, the man is at' work,
C .' A PRAYER EOR THANKSGIVING 7 J
o ' .... By Katherine' Leckie. " J' i
.-. I am grateful for all that has come to me. . ,' k ,
For every experience of-my life, I give joyous,grateful -"thank's
Fr the sorrows as well as the pleasures, I am -V-
glad, for by grief as much as by joy growth
"? Not one 'experience would' I blot from my
memory. Those that' at' one time, were ac
counted keen sorrow F now know were but
growing pains, and 'through each greater
Knowledge came. '
' I am thankful for the scars 'that have
marred and the, knowledge that "has come
through their disfigurement.
4, I am thankful for the health that is mine
and gives' nfe vigor. '
liam equally grateful for the disease that has"
fed upon my mind and "body, for it makes me
understand with sympathy those so now ai
,B$fcted. ' ' ' '
I am grateful for the beauty that ha's" come Miss Leckie.
into my life whether it is in the wonders tha't surround. me on the
witnm.ana ot wnicn none outsiae
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