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BUILT HE OWN ,HC-US MADE
many- miles from the sea,r la every
whiffs gjppcMotiking. anq much more
convenient than, many a hpuse
archileqtured by a professional.
Miss 'Jane. Wolfe.
i "A woman, can be -her 'own archi
ect'as'well a&her own housekeeper
If she will."" . .,-
J. U1& IS llitt CUUUUB1VU, l VHlaUltS
ane Wdlfej who. drew jtheplahs for
na duul ner owjt .pretty joungaiow at
She has a profession, but "arehi-
tecting''is a pastime" which. shS puts
to goqd use: Her clever little home,
sheltered bythehillsand not too
JanciWDlfe Is a western photo
player. ., i
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.ALL'S WELL -My
"All ijj wH"; thewQr3 Is said
By the blind men to the blind,
And the Tory" nods his "head
Quite contented in his mind.
"All is well'' -men starve and die
In the midsxof plenty's store,
Babjes weep, aifd mothers cry,
Famine lingers at the door..
Children toft in roaring ,mils,
Robbed of all their hours of play,
Doing work 'that stunts and Mils
''All is weft,' the Tories cry.
Women Utk.e the Wage of shame,"
Driven the' scourgepf want;-
Still the slogan' is the same,
'"All is well,-" resounds the vaunt.
Law is trampled under fbotT
Rlghtls sunken in the mire
And, the th.ug, the vicious brute,
1 Beat and slugs and kills for1 hire.
M6n who dare, to speak the ..truth
Pace within a prison cell;
Power rules that "knows n6 ruth,
Yet men murmur, 'A11 is1 well!"
Fetid street and 'filthy slum
Toil that makes men's lives a hell,
Want and woe .and vice and rum
Let's e thankful "All is well!"
- ; 'CRUEL FATE
While visiting the wounded men
in a field 'hospital an army chaplain
came to. one poor fellow who was
groaning pitifully, "Come, my poor
fellow, bear the Tain like a man!"
said the chaplain. "It's, no use kick
ing -against fat,e." ''Be'dad, sorr,"
murmured the sufferer, "you're
roight, especially when,.' as in my
.case, they're the fate of an army
mule!" . . -
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