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When a pretty girl goes by
There s a glimmer in my eye,
Just a flicker of delight
At so glad and fair a sight;
' Youth and beauty and romance,
These are what my roving glance
Find in every curve and curl
Of a passing pretty girl,
And my heart is beating high
When a lovely maid goes by.
If I yield me to her charm
As she passes, where's the harm?
I'll not follow Tier, or,speak
Words to'flush that peach-blow cheek
But my much-adoring gaze
BITS OF NEWS
Boy, 19, two girls, each 17, arrest
ed at home of Joseph T3avuso, 1015
Myrtle st. Suspected of being crooks.
Orrin K. Kalmer, 3112 "W. Monroe
stv shot and killed himself on r lake
Kalamazoo, Mich. One house and
one sawmill remain in settlement of
Hooper, following fire which destroy
ed other, buildings. Loss $12,000.
., ,.JoO homeless.
Dwells upon her as she sways
Daintily a-down the street,
Gay and very blithe and sweet.
Love of beauty's not amiss,
Who shall censure me for this?
If I ever get so I &
Care not as the girls go by,
If no glance of mine shall rest
.On the "very prettiest;
Take me quickly, then,v f pray
And just bury me away.
For, though I may breathe and move',
My indifference will prove '
That the life has gone from me
And I'm dead as dead can be.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Florence
Hines, 7, dead as result of injuries re
ceived when shot gun was accidental
ON THE MIDWAY
'e had to let our glass eater go."
"What was the matter?" v
"Somebody got him to signthe
pledge, and he got so stuck up he
wouldn't eat anything, but mineral
water hotties?' M ? - -