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BY JANE WHITAKER
Our tears are shed with yours today;
We mourn your grief as ours
Howe'er you lay your dead away
Undecked or strewn with flowers.
No word of ours can bring them back,
No act 6f ours assuage
The torture pains your torn hearts
That stiflle natural rage.
But this we pledge cold comfort,
And yet it is our task;
Whoever did this thing to you
Shall wear no more a mask:
But naked stand, a thing of Greed,
Who sold your dead for gain,
And by the law of God decreed
To wear the brand of Cain!
Modern School league will give
picnic for children and parents In the
radical movement of Chicago at
.grove, end of Lincoln av. car line,
, Sunday, Aug. 1.
Wood Carvers' ass'n picnic post
ooned from last Saturday will be held
inext Saturday, Atlas grove, Crawford
iav. and river.
, APPRAISING IT
Nell You say you saw her wed
.ding gifts. How was her silver
Belle From the looks of it I
should say it was marked down.
St Louis Times.
Arlie Mucks, of the University of
Wisconsin, is touted to set a new rec
ord for the discus throw in the Olym
pic games to be held at the Panama
Pacific Exposition. He is gradually
working his way toward the title of
greatest discus thrower since Jim
Thorpe, the Indian, was an amateur.
Mucks is more than six feet tall and
weighs more than 200 pounds.