hsivcChe Tirlton wasunabl tot'
elude the blows of McFarldnjd,
In the second rotmd a hard
right swing put the Briton in
danger, and again in the fourth
he slipped to the floor.,, McFar
land was after him like a vild.
cai, but could notr produce the
the newspaper bosses, would be
up in the ah if men woujd own
themselves, quitVpting for the
birds on the party ticket and vote
for the best man -no matter what
party he belongs to. Blind slav
ery to party makes men blind'
slaves to Big-Business.
WHERE DO HfiROES COME FROM?;
An analysis of the Carnegie hero fun3 commission's report
dated Jan. 31, 1912, shows these figures onthe total number of
awards made, since the fund became' operative April 15, 1905:
Total-number of awards . . . . .583
Awarded to wage workers ..'... .- . .-406
Awarded tq students and schoolboys. ..,...., 92
Awarded .to business men. . . , ". ........, 33
Awarded to professional men, ..,... X. . , I , . 21
, Awarded towottien and. girls . ... v., .., v ...,. . . ,"31
It is doubtless true that the notably large proportion of awards
to wage workers vas due mainly to the fact that they are engaged
in the hazardous occupations which give more frequent opportunity
for the display of herojsxgu. l ' - J
But the fact remajnsjthat when the opportunity arose, the men
of the dinner pail brigade were-not found wanting, but were ready
to make the supreme sacrifice. , ,
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FATHERHOOD. dreain that a Father's1 lave
iWhen the kid -doe something
that vfcfces vou
Xrid your temper flares sky
And you hand him a spank or
shriek out a word ,,
That brings the tear to his eye,
Do you ever - think of' a day to
When God niay say to-you
Ah, ybtt didythis, and' you did
Were they pretty things 4o
tU?r'-., . - - A
""" -" Tf?
All kindly, gentle and mild,
That ' Hjs great-heart will gather
And whisper soft: "My child I"
But, oh, the riioment of angry
That you deal out pajn and
k woe'' t
To.a tittleTad do youever think
That God might trea you $0?
Edison Co., at Detroit, has a
sfiam bdila; 3t- by. 2&byJ&Jt.
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