But if you are honest enough to .fol
low your-impulse- and shatter it you
will be glad and forgive your loving
old aunt." 5
"Dear old Aunt Mary!" said. George
Strang. "Lucy, dear, I'm going to-
have the old thing-glued together and
keep it -in memory-of -her." -
''ISTot-not " began Lucy.
"Yes,, dear, upon the living room
"(Copyright by,W. G. Chapman.)
It's pleasant on the !upper deck 7
Where ocean- breezes blow
To lazy in a steamer chair
j And watch the waves that flow;
It's pleasant on the upper deck,
But mighty hot below.
There's fun upon the upper deck
There's mirth arid. daughter free,1
There's music'on tie upper deck
As gay as t can 'be, . J. .
But it's the boilers-down below "!
That drives her-throiigh.the-sea;
It's fine upon the upper deck
While downward, near the keel,
The blaze will make you nearly.blind,
'rThe heat will make you. reel, '
Btft we're the hoys who -make the,
That drives theshaft of steel.
The peopleron-the upper, deck,
They only pays their way;
We stokers in the .boiler room,
N We. envies such as they,
But-we. we drives the blbomin' ship,
ile-they-the'y only play !
Theire; always is an upper deck 1
- Andi-boilers down below',
AnT;theni..:thjit's. on the upper deck, .
They-think they're all the show,
But it?s" the fellows-near the keel
That' makes the -vessel go.
'' ' ' ' -
If the New York lawyers can carve
up Morgan's estate without ra fight
over his $500,000 panel paintings of
the loVe affairs of the Countess Du
barryi they're" either dandy lawyers or
have' a lot of cold-blooded heirs to
deal with. "
Reporter I've a good piece of
.new,s here this . morning. I found a
person who had .been confined to one
room his entire life. Editor Good!
Sendjitup. Who is it? Reporter
Why, a three-days-old baby down at
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