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guard' with" a flawless faith in a divine
unseen.-'The 'church "he" had been
chosen to .rule needs great statesmen
like LeorXiir But its "message to the
twentieth, century; is better fof-the lti
yearsrpf'Piu's the-''Good. ,
'To see IhisJto. lvnow;'this, to' feel
this'ihat.-it: means to have
looked int&,tfteJface of this peasant,
At His Desk.
German papers laud Morgan as the
ir(an who-abolished competition as an
American business principle
-New York Stock (Exchange says
"the whole world has lost a wise
counsellor, arid helpful friend'
Lord Northcliffe says that' mar
riages- of" Morgan's kinfolk -with
English people was a great'factor in
making.goodfeeling betw.een English
and American people.
French papers feel sorry over Mor
.gan's demise because French .mu
seums got some works of art. from
"Italians papers are downcast be
cause 'Morgan was buying Italian art,
AmericariSr well, ask the average
man whom you meet on the street
and you'll hear something .like this: ,
His money will likely now be put
into, circulation and maybe we poort
common iou wiu, De aoie 10 gtst hum
of some of -it"
0 Lord! to so have lived that,
dying, some will be sorry because )
they can get .less f.out' of you and
others rejoice at prospects of getting
PA'S SPRING POETilC.EFFORT
Why is' it pa .sits sadly';
Mouth all'.puckered, frowning, badly,
And in silence eats his frugal' morn
Don't he hear the bird a-twitter?
Can't lie see.the.'dewdrpps glitter?
Won't, he, feel- the gladsome, spring-,
time? Not a-feel!
Can a' simple Easter bonnet,
With a peck of fruit upon it,
The bill for which came in the early
Make his 16'pkTsQ morbid ? .,'
Does he have thoughts so sordid?
Can't he hail the. venial season?
Nota hail! ' ' '
Oh, no! Pa's not a squealer. V
It's no hat. or dryvgopds' dealer
That giyes'his shoulders such a woe
ful, humjx V
For he knows all men are liars.
Though" it's spring'- time, we must
"have fires. -
Have we coal to keep 'em going? Not
An illiterate young man once got a
friend to wrjte a letter for him to his
sweetheart. The letter was rather
prosaic for a lqye letter, 'and. he felt
that-an apology was due to his sweet
heart for its lack, of tender nothings.
It was as follows: "Please excuse
the mildness of this, here letter, as the
,chap wots 'ritin' it is a married man
and lie says he can't bide any soft-soapirigr-Jt
alius give's him the spaz
zunis;" . -