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employer' duty to know his men
and to tafife a personal, human in
terest in their -welfare and the
'welfare of their families."
Corporations heartless? Not
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"My -own business is a corpora
tion," says the Pickle King, "but
it is not heartless. And in all the '
42 yeats I .have beea in business
I have nothad a strike, or even '
the resemblance of a strike."
When summer is here and the weather is hot
And everyone's hunting the shadiest spot,
The girls, clad alluringly thin for the heat l
Ae daintily, wondrously, perfectly sweet, J t
And you say in your heart as eath petticoat swirls,
"Ah, summer is surely the season for girls l"
When crisp winds succeed to the midsummer breeze,
When people return from the mountains and seas,
And maidens in tailor-mades gladden your eye
As trjgly and neatly there passing you by,
You say in your heart as you yield to their thrall,
"The season foT girls is assuredly Fall,"
When coal bills go up and the mercury down;
And snow falls on country and village and town, -The
heart of mankind into rhapsody stirs
At sight of the girls in their loveliest furs,v
Aglow and alive from their toes tp their curls -Ah,
winter is surely the season for girls!
And then when the crocusses peep from the ground
And the pretty green grass starts to growing around,
In satiny things- and m colors divine
The myriad maidens engagingly shine,
And this is the song you are certain to sing' ,
"The season for girls is assuredly Spring!" . .
African M. E. conference had
to call on the Kansas City police
to help 'em love one another wfibb
it came to electingbishqgs, '.