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THE TvE PUBLIC: SUXDXY, (AITOL 215. 1000.
THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC
I.1-1 nxei 1- in the leir
r"h rli XV. Kiimn l'n-Iu' III and
l!io-- 1. Ailcll li l'li-il"'
VV 1! ail. Swrnlsn
Office. On n. i .sx.ntli "1 "" vir-ts
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mm a:m slmiw sj,vi..n is.-i'i-s
Hr JliU-ln Adv.ii.- " '?
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Tiviri; w i kk issi i:
IMlilIitio! Moudj) nt TlitiixJio -' V
IlPiuit lx bunk On.ru flr. nianex order or
r,. ltt-red tenet
AiMiw Till! Ri:l'n'Uf.
St l..ml M
CTKpfrrirC cori'Pii'ilritl- lis uiniot br ret'iru-d
t" It .my rut imistan. r
J-pleret at '1 e mt ofiti t at st Mills,
Omx:s,tic fOsTr:i: rnrt 'i'v
laslit. ten .inU i'hc ivs 1 .-M
:-ltdn. .'lch!on an I t-i.i !," .
t rnt for ono or 3 ctT'lt for tw-u ;aptr
'lfiii;-two or twtntj 'liilit tmrs ! nt
"ih.rt i-a'i; Junl'
i.fii iin) v-m
CniintlrtT'lloori . . . ?taln 3i'H A 0
KditoMal Kiwi li--i fiooil l'jtrl 1' A 1IT4
VT. Tt Carr. Bm-Inrn MannRtr of Thirftt.
IBti K"Tiab!lc. limine dnjj snort, ujn that
Hie nctiiaJ nurot-T of full nxid complt
pl', tho daJ!.v "& S.U5fluy Kivublo
Jirlntel durttiB tho muntJi of Harris. ViH.
i'.l In rsulr ndttloiih, -uas k ptr iciiedii)
J 93.W0 n 53,720
62,310 is Sunday 88,170
S 84,510 ifi &0.7I0
4 Sunday S7.6S0 20..,. K2,570
D 62,250 21 fcl.KS0
(1 82.010 2 81,330
, 82.310 23 M,5S0
S 83,430 24 S3,00
9 62.560 25Suodar 87,40
30 M.9P0 20. 60,090
II Sunday 87,730 27.-. 60,690
y.' 6I.SI0 -s. 79,670
32 W.S20 29 C0.090
34 6I,60:jo .. 80,770
35 S2.l0i3i....... 62,655
Total -Tor-Uic month .,,...2.579,295
Jbs all copies fpcTlli3 In print
ln, Jeft or or flled ...... .
. IN'etTUisber distributed. . . 2,518,993
Aterag daily distribution... 81,257
And eal W. B. Carr further ayB tlnt
Itie nomber ol copJts relnruod or roortd
Unsold 3urtnt tit month of Muruh
IK vw cent.
TV. B. CARR,
Swoiti to ana BubsctToefl 7efer this
Ihirtrirrt iar of Itlaxcb, W0.
J. JP. FATCI9H.
Hrr-1aIls. City of St. .Louis. Ma. Uf
tm ezplMa April S3, iliM.
OHIO'S TKUST ri.A.IC.
nepresenratire Grobveuor and Senator
II ami n. both of Ohio, liavu on fivtitieut
occaBlnos volred their conviction that the
trust question was oiio for the States
to sehv "States can rogulate atul Mtp
prccs trusts if they liUe. Wait till .oit
-eehow Ohio Laudlos the stibjtvl." ai
nA f Tnn....;. js.. . . . . I
one of Representative tiroaveuoiVs uoie
If the anti-trust plank in the platform
of the Ohio Republicans gites a fair
Idea of how Ohio proposes to handle the
trust question those who hae been
banging on Grosvenoi's words can claim
with justice that they jet a Moue In
stead of bread.
"AVe Insist," says llils plank, "that In
jurious c.iinbinatious hhali be forbidtleu
:ind so-call?d trust;, fchail be so regulated
from time to tin?e and be to testiicled
us to guarantee immunity iroin hurtful
monopoly and assure fair treatment and
pioteetion to all competing ludustries."
It is undetMoo.l that the Ohio phit
foini is an atlv.iuce edition of the Re
publican naiioual platform. In this
plank appears the hand of the man who
Irclared: '"Ini.sis tlou't do any harm,
ihey ouht to be left alone," The tiace
also of the prospective UU,0(xi.ouo cim
pai;;n contribution which, it is repot ted.
has been assessed against the ttusts by
Mark Ilaiina can be seen in this plank.
It would never do to speak too dellnitely
ui a Mihjert no close to the very exist
ence of the agency that pays the ireight
lor the Republican patly.
rt-Ti; ciiiuki:x. thi:si:.
It scenis to be a clear cape of til for
tal. the pot ailing the kettle black, and
1111 even bieak lor both in the nutter of
tho action taken recently by I'.oixj s.-hooU
children of Wimlsoi, tint., in retaliation
for that of tue Philadelphia school
children at an e.ulier dale.
It will be remembered that some llille
time iigo the childien attending the
Philadelphia public schools ilisp.iichcd
m special messenger boy -with 11 it-solution
of nympathy lo be delixeied to joui
Paul Ki uger in peion at 1'teioi 1.1. ell
the Canadian childien. ialthliil to the
Queen's Govenimeni, nsseni this, and Iu
voiisouut'iu the WindMir Roaid of lMu
vaiion will send two delegates to .MauiU
vith a resolution of sympathy adojued
by L'.oiK .school-chiltlivn to be dclixeieii
to Aguinalilo iu peisoii.
There's no use getting ni.-xl about il.
JT we conteiul that Aguinalilo and his
peojile aie but a lot of .savage iiisin
gents, the Canadian m IiimiI hiltlieii i.-m
jioint us to 0111 nvu utler.iuie.s lu JNs,
vheiein each riiipino icloiy against
Npain was hailed by us as the utoiy
of p.ltliols lighting lor lleedolll. 'Ihey xe
got the lainrli on us. these tnnaiio ehii-tliell-xxe'i.'
in the iiupiMUil biisine-s the
Mime as threat Rriiaiu.
sal i.ng co.n.scii:m:i:.
Theie Is gie.u sianili'-ain'e 111 tile In
1lsliy with ixnich dclvliiii-ls of the 11:1
iioiial atlmiuisti'au.m bae ln-cn liiinlng
the pages of hlstoi. iiiuii II. -roil to
i,.-. :fc ,JI - r. , ieoi.it U:.'.1 . f..
H.IBii. til IJUlii;-
1'hcir object is iu ptiixe that the I'oilo
Ricau Got eminent bill Is not ihe most
1yraunii.ll measijie ou-r jmi upon a peo
ple: that lleiotl. Nero ami Caligula did
worse things to their people than Mc
Kinley tlitl to Porto Rico.
The Globe-Dcmouat. Mr instance, ha-!
burned much midulsht oil in a minute
Ktudy f tlie luoccitliiigs by which the
Louisiana Territory came into the pos-M-ssion
of tlie Tinted State. It believe
lhat it has. found here an instance of op
Jllpssion fuily :is gieit ;is that of Port"
Rico by tlie adiniiiistnitioa. It lias trust
to explain its ticasuie tmvc several
times with itidiilercnt success.
Zl'his study of lilstory shows that the
stippoiiois ol i1k .Mdiiiiiiisti-it.iin fc"l
Hull sonio doMiise ol their attitude to-
U.llel Poll" ItlCtl lllllsl lie made. Il
shows tli:ii their consciences icei-d heal
ing salvos. 'Ihey lllllsl Jllstiiy to tllelll
selvos'Hio oppiesvuiti uf I'oilo Rico-an
Island thai e.iiue llllo I lie I lilted Suite-,
llUMiu:. lh.lt nil the iiloiuiM's made by
Ule I Illdil Smies xxollhl lie leileciiuil
! Hill Ih.'X ilo iiiil folloh lilt mini jioos
, .," , nill ,lt. ,.,.,,,. llf .,.,.
i.-s nineii lllsnuiies mo , UH-I s, I I 1
the blokelt piouilses. i- y. ol hit h
was made ill I he l'l.-siUelil
t" emlii t
ii uim Mum: i i:r
I:i the i film i ion ol the .Maxiu's nut
uuuviii mill :iml ih,- l -iilut lo homiIi
loi tlie u ol stieel sjuinMin- Inviiei I
lois. :mieeil iimii li. Ihe t'oiliull (.'mil-'
imtlfe on .is .mil At, -.ins m Hv ,on
MtllM.llioil ol the iLMIIpol.ll.V applopll.l
tloll hill. Ihtle is not liceess.mlx .mi
tllle.lt ol IIIJIIIX lo the pillilie mti 0 e
I nless Ii iju he .shown ih.il the luinl
p! t I'd iiiiiiu.ill.i ;ii il,,. dNpos.il ., ihe
-M.iioi. to I piMiihil as h,. v, , ill
without ni.iMiiu a lepoil of lis ilishmse
Ilielll. is ueil lot Ihe urgent liet'ils of
tleieiiinu objf! is ol eharil.i ol Im olhtM
public t-iui i'.Mie.x jitnposes, theie is no
K'.-isou to niet tint the most teiviit
piopoM'J .'i)pioptl.itioii was se.ileil tlown
lioiu M.OOU lo 1..1un. It is not liUelj
tint this leiluiflon will he leli by Ihe
lUss of Cltlelshi, apie.llitli; lo the
Mj.lor Mr ehiiiUible help m times of
As lor the niuniiMp.il Mall of Mieet
spllliKlin iuspeetois. (he ehatpe has
loli Iniiu xiiitdu that their xilu Senile"
to the euiiiiiiiiuitx unsisteil in the yet of
1I1.1UJ114 1 heir il.nies. 'j he beliet (hat
llie.i went leuhll 1.x oxer Iheii tespet lixe
distil. Is. imiLlii (iiliselelilloils inspee
tlolls yml laithllll lepoils, lb liol siioli
In the public uimd. 'Ihei weie ehieily
:iluable as uiaehitie xvoikeis. tli.iwin
piy tioiu the Citj 'liea.sur.x lor mm vicu
to tho iii.Khine. The poln-e e.in he em
ployed as .spriiiLliiiij inspectois to in
liiutely better adanlaye. eaeh patiol
ni.iu bt-iti- required lo make a daily le
poil of ihe hpnuLliu;; seiiie 011 his
It is, likely that thoie ill be a lieuien
doiit. adUiiuisi:iiiou howl at this tedue
liou of appioptiatioiif. but it i a howl
that wlllearo no anguish to the populai
bosom, liidetnl, theie ale M-veial other
Witteubered depattuients whetea sinii
lar hcalius of e.pMiM-a niiglil be uiado
vllli line beuetil to ihe public. So loin;
a- only batuatle& aie brushed away
fiom the til pi loll theie will not be
a luiiunur J 1 Din ihe voters, of St. Louis,
no mailer how pileoiis. a eiy may he
liltetl by the Zieeuheiij linysters them
elxe. i:Vlh UvI.LSTK.VJ'KD.
In both the Claik and Quay tases ic
fiMitly dNpoM'tl of by the I nited Stalt8
Seuate theie is au argument in J.ior
ol the joint it-solution adopted by the
House. laoiiii an amendment to the
Coiibtilution piovidiup for the election
of Luited States Senators by tliiect ote
ot the people.
rl lltk till ( i-fl.k Tllf.tli . .1 1... ... .. .. 1
... ........ ,.,,, ,..,, ..- ,r ,u
money in iiilluelicitii; Ihe 'otcs of mtMil-
. . .. T "'XJtx,Ji
"" i me .-siaie i.cKisiatute u .Moli
lalia lor 11 camlidate lor the Senate. It
ht-aiinj: iee:ilctl in full the con notion
...... . . '
jiossime to nils sistem ot electiug Seiia
tois. The latter loxered the case of a
Senator being appointed by the Gov
ernor of a Stale lollowiug a deadlock of
the State l.egMaliue icsulling In no
election. The Senate relilsed to seat
either Claikor iuuy.
A most salient phase of the corruplioii
of State- Legislatures will be done away
with by the amending 01 the Constitu
tion as now contemplated. A gteat loss
of time and money will be pi evented iu
Inline by doiuaway with the cause of
deadloiks lu State Legislature the '
election of fnited Stales Senators.
Theie should be no question of the abill
t of the people to maku a wise choke
of seualoiial material. If Ihey are un
lit to elect their Seualois,' they aie
equally unlit to elect llieir Congrt-ssinen
It is to be hoped lhat ihe Senate will
Consider in fbe.ploper spirit the lesolu
tion adopted by the House and now
a wail lug its own action. The mailer is
one in which the people are very deeply
inlet filed. Public sentiment is ovei
whelmitigly in favor ol the election of
Senators by direct vote of the people.
Ihe Lulled Slates Senate may not le
fiiM' to bow to the popular will in this
matter without Incut ring the risk of a
ciniige ol seltish ii-sentuteut and te
no!e.ncs fuun the people as e.ereisiug
th inlluence width led Ihem to cling to
the iuatleii:ile .-uid exlieinely faulty
melhod now iu voue.
WHAT'S THIS TROIJRLKV
It is siu.jetely to he hoped that the
complacent phraseology in which the
platloim adopted by the Ohio Republic
ans in State convention assembled
i-iainib lot Piesident .McKinley all ihe
cietllt for "ihe humanitarian wai"
against Spain wiil turu the 1'iesldeut's
attention nuew to this Government's
solemn obligation to Cuba.
In April, INifc, now just two years
ago. Ihe Auicih-au pit tlge lor the tree
ing 01 Cuba and the e.Meiisiou ot Ameii
eau aid 111 the t stablishmeiil of an iii
dcpeiitlf ut Cilluin Republic was delinlte
1 given, lu our tleclaraiiou of war on
.vp.iiil we auiiouui etl that the jieople of
Cuba weie then, antl of right ought to
lie. fiee and independent, it was Hum
announcement. 1 oiilaiuiug our le.tsoii tor
jueeiinialiii a nititliu with Sp.nu,
which tMVe to thai war Ihe hlim.iul
lan.iu apect tor which Piesident .Mc
Kinley is now slulined by the Ohio Re
publicans. 'Ihe iiii-atlstiuioiy jihase 01 the sjtua
1I011 us now eii-!lr.g is that, nlthoimb
two yean have ehip-ed since the Span
ish win. 1111O nearly two -ars since the
A.gulug of ihe peace p.oto.ol w!,i 1, j
gl.tJJl lltl'MlPI trt-H"..i to ! tUbails,
that people is Hill appaieinly as tar
1 loin itid-pi-ndi'iii-e as ev.M. Th.-y are
gov tiled Iiy an Ame-neaii Gc-neial. their
leiritoiy is ociiipiid by au Aineiicaii
:u my. the have not yet been allowed to
take u step toward the foimatiou 01 an
Independent home government.
Ii seems strange that we should have
been so e-eriain of tlie Cuban right and
capacity for self-government when Cuba
was under panish ml", and that we
are new so eloiibttiil 01 1i1.1t right ami
capacity when we are the inaMets of
Cuba. It cloe not appear entirely lion
est. Theie is an air of trickery in ihe
pteseilt Cuban situation. Have ihe
Cubans elegcnerattsl since JSI'S. so lhat
Hiey aie not now capable of or entitled
to llieir n:itiiin:il iiidopfhdcin e? Or have
wo (logone-inled until we me unwilling
to I'ulhll our "ii solemn pledge and
CIWlMiS I'l IU.lt; ITXDS.
Tie' eills.ule o the 'l'.l I'.lVels'
l.i-.iu'lle :u:mi-- nnu:i! i:inli il :iini ill :nl-
Is.-d lehef lis vi ems to lie .'III elllt lent
liitiuetue Joi uoil oeiiiiiii'ill
'Ihe lellel lull il !ieie N :l MM lolls
lihllse ol leicisluthe ioei juiil oiistl
I Ulles in hull, ;i seMMe til. till on the Jlllh
hi- lif:isiii It n-oiiiii-s liillc :iriiiiiiMit
to iiic lh.it :tu oitlin. mi e n iii pillilu
limner to ji l.iiiii.iut without ninple
Jlltllellll s( nitltl ol the jllsliie mill h'L'llI
.slilllelelli y ot his t'l.lliU .Ilium Mtlolllltl
lo Ihe public livllt'tll.
Ill ihe lil.il ol il.ni):i"c eiises In t'olltl
Ihe 1111l1xhlu.il liti'.'.utt alwaxs- lias u le
nbil atUaulaue oxei the inuiikMp.iIlt.
He has all Ihe .smp.nh.v If he can
show in mi he will nieie .111 ample
umptMls.iIoi.x leltliel. It he tallllot
llox iujui.x the ,ins pn-sumptiou is
that he xxas mil injured Wheie he
would hae tlillii ultx in ptoxiu Ihe Jus
lite ot his hum 111 mint the claimant
1. ll.es Ii-tllc in llf telli'l' bill .tllll, it the
bill is pass,.. ;m injiisine is iluni- the
Willi Mlt h (.is, s ihe Ta r.ixeis"
j League deals Ii tesii.inis the pa mi lit
ot tin- Jppiopiijtiou anil Hills luiims Ihe
claim under the miuiiii ol a coiut. as
The object of the league, "lo giuud
ugaiust unjust ami illemil IcfAislalioii b
the jiilbiic authoillies ol the lly ami lo
lisist the p.is;ie and ihe fMiloiceuieul
il jiassetl in Illegal ami ii'iliist oidi
names ;unl appiopi i.ilioiis Ii.x public ol
! lii iaN." is :iu .1111:1, me one. Ilxeli ll
the Hiilk .illi.-u. is little public noli" e Ihe
l.uowhdv'e of the eiisteiite of a league
with siii-h :in obji et toiids lo ciflclsu a
salutal.v lestiaiuili-'' lull im-ik - oil pulilic
to chi:.pi:n prohi cts.
Amiiew Cainegie In his aiiicle iu the
May Century 011 "ropul.11 Illusions
About TiHsiV voites the belief lhat 111-t-ieases
ni ihe pi he of t ommodities pin
duced by trusts aie only lempoiarv and
thai eventual! ovcrpi eduction, which
net essaiily results limn the iuipioved
tlev ices ami methotls uscl In trusts, will
not only cheapen the product, but will
end the ti u-t. leaving the Improvement
It made in its line of woik as a peima
Jient heritage to the human race.
"Capital is Mimulatid." he sa.vs. in
fleet, "by the liigli jirolils to embark
for a .season to Its utmost power in its
woiL. 1 he tesiilt is that the new woiks
creeled are of the most approved pat
tern and capable of producing cheaper
than the old woiks. Theie is a produc
tion be.voud the wants of Ihe consumer.
'J hen comes the 1 eduction 111 the price to
sell tlie surplus."
Theu also comes the discharge of the
trust's employes and Ihe shutting down
j or factories. Then tome panic, distress,
starvaiiou and haulship for the em
ploye s. A ud lew Cainegic does not touch
this side of the ovorpi eduction. Trut
4))t.n,tOM (JO liol btlir.T I..V It.
! , , .1 ,-n 11
tint t ni ice they are still able
At the le-
pnce they are still able to pocuet
a snug prolit.
Tlie proper, natural way in which com
modities should be cheapened is by com
petition. Competition means the em
ployment of more men and a wider dis
tiibutiou of the pioiits 01 production.
Mark Ilanna tlecl.iied in his speech to
tlie Ohio convention that his, pinty was
"com touted witli new Issues thrown iiUe
tangle-grass iu its pathway by the
Democrats." Jf Jlaik llanua will rea
son about it he will lind that the
"langle-loot" policy of tlie Republicans
ba.s made the new issues.
The bchool-childien of Canad:
I tuoliose to send lesolutions of sx uitiot li-
to Aguinalilo In retaliation for those
sent to Oom Paul Kruger by tlie school
childien of America, should lemeinber
Hie pieliminaiy taiitiou iu the histuiic
tetipe and lir.sl catch llieir Aguinalilo.
Theie is plenty of justilicalion for the
foim.itlou of a Lincoln Republican Par
ly. Almost eveiy principle distinctively
couiiecfed witli Lincoln has been violat
ed by the Ilanna Republican Part
either iu I'oilo Rico or in the Philip
Senators, incensed at Ilauna's treat
meiit of Quay, declare they will ai1i.nl
public attention to the method by which
the Ohioan secured his seat in the
Senate. That's what tomes of disie
gaidmg the taut ion about glass houses.
The nuloinobile paiade given iu Wash
ington by the Woild's Pair delegation
1 10111 ihe Louisiana Purchase States can
be taken lo symbolize ihe self-moving
naiiiie which a pt eject lil.e tlie big cen
tennial should have.
Kansas City's tirsl it-ward for electing
a 1 el oiu) municipal ticket comes in ihe
bh.ipe of a change fiom previous Re
public an methods which piomises a sav
ing of at least njuaHW per .-iniiuui.
.Maybe old Joe Wheeler and -Mis.
George' W. Childs will yei make a mulch
ol 11 just to escape ihe monotony of
leiieiaiing that tht-ie's nothing in the
ktoiy ol an appioaclung maiiiae.
When civilization enters China thiough
the "open thiol" llieie oimlil to be a
hiiiiy tall sounded Mr dispensary tloc
tois to pump old Au's poisons tint of the
Lmpeieir Kwang Hsu's system.
Ohio Republican came near ftuget
ling lo condemn the irusls in their jilal
lorni. and the national organization will
undoubtedly fui got 10 lake any erieclive
action against that evil.
line thing e.-ili be said in T.ivor of the
St. Louis baseball dub it iisiially
inauages to oecupy nisi pl.i. ,- at least
4,lti. ,., . M.;V()I1
1 l".-.ll-.-i -oiu- -vcrs-sgiii viurt. tl. nma
has not yet invited Thomas Iliae-U.'tt
1 ItiM-d 10 occupy second pl.n e on ihe
ticket with .McKinley.
Tin- Mcmini; 'I line.
If M)u re lioun.l to wo-r v
ft-r things j,onc xrruiii;.
Worn In tl-e winter time
W li n the nichis aty 1. ni;
W im whilo the wind !vi !
Ilr-irpe arrows the noix
In tbe eta:k mIJlntr dn-K
lte".el in jour v,y'
If there's anj clad:te3
-hicine 11 ojr 'ui,
1-! It Pine In springtime-
I r'e of all control.
l.itiii ith the Uiichtrr
tif Hie Mllin k)
Join the mirth of all tli earth
-tn.l pjt c.ir -norrj ly'
Jtll'I-Ki. D. SAUNUIiRSt
SOME REMARK ON THE
PASSING THEATRICAL SEASON.
'I ho t.ill.fil-.ili.nit fcitur nf Ihr theatrical v iv()n which c lfi-.-il li-t niht is the
sin of opera at Music- II. ill. Win 11 .Mr Sn.it;, .mil Mi. Soiitlu-.ll lii-t.ill,.( th'ir
llilllpe of shlj.eio, I,. .nil" si IIIOIlllls .lKo. tllt,. ", p. r nut of till- plllp'l. t- Xlellt mi
in mil ni iixlny: tint lti- nlfipiNe xmhiM fill (if the reiii.tlritiij; L-", p.-r cmt. fotir
lillhs u.ip li.ilf lic.nteil In Hi. I- 1 mil. nitons lh.it n,,es noiiM inllini The -..er'.; 111!-
A lj"t ullllit xx. is iiiii.ulv.il.h hi the fte-t
tli.it 1!"- Mulc Il.ill opi r.i eiiti'it.ilu.il J.
Wl m Slif-han t.j' l.ill. 1
. y$m i agf
.dr v& ft-
IfiMi muloiihle I .M.ielmie Kiunolil linlils a high place-: although lll-lifnillh Ii.isxxorl.ed
s. nun 1 ai;.imst hoi Miss UoMon, the in.tllct f-lniT of the company (j.ivc Hia
wtf Mi- .''.lit'!" s'outhwlli has tilfo fotinil liiiuclrecls of nelmlrers In splt of lit r -11
mrillti it i cotumlnir In "C.inmn," a fcxv weoks .igo.
tt. n-iully. tho public Is apt to overlook Ixxo Imr-ortnrt prrnn in It"; rotlmat'- nf
tliPHtrli.il iitlil'VPiiient. Thse two aro thu stiice director anl the in in win, inns tho
eiihestia. In this Instance, Jlr Temple,
on the "liise. has not li in forgotten: lint I
have; not si en mm ti .ihtmt .Mr. .Morre.ile,
x ho h.-s lj,en respoiisllilc fur the Kroviln
oie lipsna .it Mn-le Hall. I'm 11 sm ii binl
of iuii-11 l.i rt eiitirelx Iu.nl. eii.ite, roiislilc r
Ing tin 1 11 nl ami Immeiisllx ot the xxurk
b'-lore It. the Music Hall orchestra has :ie
coiiipls)i, d xxunilers. In the early part of
the season H eiM. m i-.l niiicli ot the ragged
n. ss of musical he ti rieiice. hut this ha
glxi'ti way to )notfs!tn.ilsm of Ihe het
Ivpe Tor which. I elate i-.tx-, Slnor Mor
reile is hugely n spon-ilile.
There feeins to he piettx- ceiif-ral agrfo-
lll'-nt Oil the SIllijM't Or .Miss .M.llloxxe's sin -
e rss n ' 15.it lura IVIclcliIt " While 1 have
he i'l nf m, one who is t-nllrc-lv .ltlstled
with the Morj of the til.iy. Dure is plenty
of app! 111-e for the manner iu which Miss
Marlowe nets the principal p irt in It. This
admirable xiitn-g pliver Ins oner had a
rharactrr 0 rich In the qualities altogether suited to !it artistic Individuality. Thera
Is Jiiot cnmish of the right kind of pathos, bathos, of laughter and tears. Xo phase of
the esirl PrlcKhle's notablt experiences Is quite without the scope of the Marloxxe ca-pahilltx-
which, one max- s-nfcly add, haw greatlv- broadened within two years. Xet
season, tor a time at bast, xve will hive a continuance of "rrietchle." uith a view
perhaps or -Volhirtto." a play in which Mli Marlon has not bun fihii In the
AV'est. She is to begin her tour or lf'W-1501 In Chlcaso.whpre she will eh ihcate the new
theater, the lllirnis K0011 after that. Miss Marlowe will come to Kt. Louis. Still later
she will produce "When Knighthood Was la I'lower," ejharles M.ijoi's famous? book.
MIs Marlowe s much wrapped up In this stoty. She freely states that she expets
Kreat things of IL
At the Olympic Theater the othr nlsht two vounir women f"ll to drussing Mar
lowe, the Imlividuil Their com ers 1 lion is worth recot ding as being illustrative of tho
Ignorance on the subject of a notable's per
dent, of course, there was nothing In it.
ftenlle Julia Marlowe lias had no such rx
Sh Married Pnbt." p1 rlenee as that, nor will he have.
Rath ear there is a mnll croup of players that has' its prievarces againt specified
commiinlti's Uhis year Mr. Drew finds St. I.ouli quite Impossible. It 1s, of courpe, :i
f let lhat this pood actor was not treited to nn ovation here thW season, but he came
at a time unfortunate foi him Another seaon might fin 1 his p.itronaco eqml to
n.v thing be lu-s known on Droidway In New- York. Hut actors are a forgetful lot.
Another popul ir plater who faibd of St. I.ouia appreclition this jear Is Mr. Praticis
WINon. Other seasons lie lias had appl moling crowds. I' may be who knows? that
the public is beginning to tire a bit of Mr. Wilson and Mr. Drew-, to say nothing of
Miss Kehtin. The public, you know, has a w-.iy with it and even stars must set some
time. The sun doi s.
Miss Allen, Ml Marlowe. Miss .Adams. Mi's Xethersole and Mrs. Carter have
Iirolnbly bee 11 the feminine siicct-sses of the season. Sir Henry Irvinrr, Mr. Mansfield
.mil Mr. Miller have lieen the notables of the men. In the cheaper houses the busi
ness has be i'ii tiuifonnlx- Rood The Stindird Theater has continued to occupv Its
own snipkv field, to the delight of many hundreds of mile persons. The Columbia.
Ilavlin's nnd the Oranel have had successful seasons, and up at Tenth and Pine
street's .Manager Oumpertz his delighted the htait of Proprietor Hopkins by the big
111 ss of each wtek's business.
At th" closing recital bv Mr. Victor Killing's pupils Prltlav evening, n remirknble
performance was that of Mis Stella W-iner, on of Mr. Rhling's advanced pupils, she
pl.ived the I.is7t V minor Ktude and the Tenth Hungarian Ithajisody. Mi's Weiner's
iiltving is enlilbd to all the critical attention usually given to professional's. Hoth
compositions were played from memory nnd were delivered with n Iluiild tone and a
perfection of flnKoiing which were hnrdly less than astonishing In a young lady ama
teur who has no professional ambitions. Another success of the evening was that of
little Master Oliver Kupfe rle. His aplomb and vigorous fashion captured the audience.
Miss T:iU Wolt was a third hit. In Schumann and Chopin numbers sho was equally
THE OLDACT0R" - " J
NOTES ON COMING
Hopkins s Thenter will close
vlih "funic t-.iu'.s i"alm" 'he
he r viral of
v.l'ieh has tlxxivs lie 11 p.uiic-j'.i .....
n.tte at Ihe T. nth nnd fine str,etf pl.ir
lionc Tiie entire stock ci)inp.m will be
c.i-t In the ol tv. .ii..l '' scale mounting
and stag- ph Hires will It I- s-nl. outvie
nn thing that has ever b..n done here for
produitlo'i. Mr .Miiene freeman, for the
nr.-i. .iicii. '
jiart of I 'nc lis -linn. Victory !5.it-a:-: ir
cast a- t:iiz.i and Arthur M tckb v returns
to the villain in the part of Simon I. ign e
To-morrow- afternoon and evening Mr.
Miliar Macklev will h.iv- ln .mnu.il t-n
Ut at Hcpkitij Theater with a special bill.
The Columbia this iv.ek nas a long and
varied bill. Jo-ephln S-ibel announces .in
eutirelv new repertoire of catchy songs.
The Seven .Iced Pirels four men and three
worn n, will be seen in a "oik nnd dance
speelcltv cle-ing tlie-r '-urn with a muI--.I
f-irce. called "The Morning After th
Hill" The Mlgnani family l known to
vaudeville fame as the Mti.-Cc.il Barbers.
Thev make music on shaving cups, strips
and th" like Orant and Norte n return aft
er a r.11 s absenic w'th .1 new drawing
Tuesday afternoon und evening Manager
- j,re.iti riiiiulii r of p-rs.jiis in :h,. six lis
JH1.111 .nix- -hnll.ir .iTi;ini.ill..n In th.. I'liltcit
s.ite h.is exr .eppt.irei! to ei tin- - cine
I nelh tT lilt,,. 'I 1, nai.1i. ... . 1. .1... ...1 .1
.. ..... ........ . ..
s ' ' ..ill .IU'.e .'.v"l tie.iM.l .III
hiiiht the iiinr.i -ojociii his Ik ep the ni'i-t
"i.TisBtnl. riiiiu Ihe stamlpulnr of the f.iini-
l.r of persons . ntc-rtalneil. ir nut. i ri ! 1.
fiiini I'icv other standpoint, enr liiiiinii
in Hie music history of this ennntrj. The
ainlii tics have bun ilinijst without r ct p.
Hon lars'-r than thos- p-itnniint; "liiiil-ir
ellterl Ihlllletlt III Xell Vnlk 1 11(1 C'llie.lgll
Amntig the mr Hi. grni p. r-on il
siitn--s x-as .-.rhlex.d b Mr Joseph Sh.-e-h.in.
whose name on a piogr.iinuie has al
xx.ijs added scores of sales for a glx-en p.-r-furm-'nci.
Among the l-ulles, Yvoni e le
Ti "vlll and Me s Xiimoo'l h.-.t b en t!io
f.n-irlte soprariut- Meiry lamk has pmb.i
l.lx U e;i the most popular of the contraltos.
Among the prima donnas whfe. purees has
Catl Fqiiiri" Mamnmeit Torn TliHr
llacki on the l'a-t Saon.
sonality that may be possessed by folks
xx ho ought to know- better If they read tha
"I wonder If Mi3s Marlowe I married?"
one of the ouig women asked.
"Oh, yes or. at least, phe wis.'' afd th
other. "Her husband was Mr. rabt, the
"And are they divorced"" the other askcel
of the wiue one.
"Yes, Indeed," replied the friend, "and sii0
was married acrain, but she horsewhipped
the second husband and tint was the end of
Th young woman has poor dead Mar
garet Mithrr in mind when she spoke of
I'abst nnd as to the hon-ewhipping inci
Sim fiumpertz will have a frstlmnnlal
t mlered to him by the Hopklii-- Amusement
'innpiinv In addition to "I m-le Tom's
Cabin" and spi laities bv members of tha
iiiinpiinv. Manager Otimp'rtz will ham a
host of volunteers, J.axxren Ilanlej, Al
iikiuch.ird and others.
IleInnlng with to-el.tj's matinee, the
fti. ml Oper.i-huuse -win hue .Mr Itus
Whvtal'- compaiiv in -for f.iir Virgin: 1."
a war .ki. In which .Mr Wbxt.ill he
starred l.etnre Thi- xxtli lie the c lu-e f thu
tryul.ii sMacn it tlie CJri'id.
Matng. r O.irc n's
"e I. .tt ,r.en;a .,-.
l.en ejnri!-ll . ....
.M ije.r l.ilin 1 ornII. ..
. mlrew lfri-s
f nele Pete . .,
c 1I01 p fort, r
i:ne ral Jnsj h llip.iler
t'orporjl turt h5
I-rix it Hell, ......
l'rix ite I.;-rine
I'ary Divls ...
Julia Pin I-
v ir 1.
lay this week 1
I.. H I-arLfr
. .. . '"IiHrlHs j iiirrl-
Will J. Simnis
Jhiihs f Ibinlhif
VV liter eiimplie.
JU.n I) Jluriliv
Hlnii .VI. 11 tin
, Will K Ionian
11 im- Ieinc'in
... . 1 inrlcs Wllkln.n
W. I- Allen
.. . . Chnrl? Dtinnn
Minnie Dlrkin I'Hr!,er
S iturday evening. JI iv .". tne "t I.ouis
theatrical e'tnployes. headed bv- i'harls M
Hart, doorkeeper of Hopkins'- The iter. Al
Ahrrns.treasure'r.nnii Sam Ii-ieweisiela. ad
vertising agent for the Hopkh's eiiterpri-e-s.
will gixe their llrst annual enfrtalnment
and hop at fling's Cave Hall.
The attraction for D"wey Week, begin-
4J Jt . i!r
TENDED GRAVES OF
Martin Burke's Career.
"Martin V IPuKe, who r' entlv died i
'.'iiltiey. Ill, while up. riutenilii.g the re
mov.il ot bodies or sci'di, rs who din! clci--ing
Ihe CKU War from the ' It tm-kil
griiiiinl to ll,. Nat 11 si.il c meterv. and who
for txx. ntx-fuur ve.irs Ii.nl 1 h irgi- nf "lie
1. meter-.- l.,r soldi, rs at I.lVt-on ilirrjet.-.
was .1 x, f uii of ih- 1 i-.ll War. in which he
lot bis left etm. His hf. Hiine tie 11 lias
beMi p"tit iu the srxlie of Ihe Hoviti
iiii nt In 1 hargo of ii.ttieiti.il .emeteri. s. n,.
snjieri.-il-nd-.i the l.iiri il of more c'cllee
p. rbafi than .mj title r 111 m In the. I'nlte.l
lie- was a liitive of Ireland .ml v.as xxell
edtieat.,1. is fii'l-r was a s. hnul tee ' -
er 11 w.l- Well I, 1,1 .,,.,! left .1 Wel-
toil.ii hl.ru at lu- In. r-.-bm' N'e.
i't l:-il!x .IXenile IM 1 .irolllbt'l He- I line
to Am.irli.i i. he I! j cmn, mm ami nli-i-t
tl in Hie regular .irrnv xxhui he was T
years old This wan in ms
from ihn begumitig nf the ar until his
discharge in 1V.1 nis reglmttit. tl. S'r.st
foiled States Infantry, hid seen ac'ixe
service JM receiX,ll u b'llXl Oil the he 1.1
fiom tt e butt of a rill- in a. skinnl-h fn lu-
State which nentu.tllx- ruu-tcl him to he
tome lull He was .lis,, j,i,ot in th- leg:
and cheek He fought In the battles of the
WU'lerne-ss, uiondv Angle .uid many oti-er
On one i easlon ,, xsei in which his reg
iment was belli,? convi'jcd lo a point on one
of the Curiilinas ncoiinter.il a storm and
he xvas wasted oierboard. A boat was low
ered for him and he- xx.cm re-tted with eiif
flcoltx. He was discharged with th- rani: of Cor
poral and r.-enlist'd as .1 Sergeant In .1 b tt
terv of the New York he av.x artillety. His
previous e rienru had made hia skilled
drillmasttr. He was noted for his hravery
in action, and had been mentioned for pro
motion when he; received the Injury which
resulted In the losn of his arm. This o.--e.urrel
in a. battle In Virginia toward the
nlng with to-day's matinee at the Standard.
xx-IU be the ever i-opuUr American Ilur
k'squers, he.uled by W. IS. Watson, the
comedian, assisted by the American Anna
Held. Jeanette Dtipree. The Burles,IUers
were here several weeks pgo and .his .i a
re-turn engagement, justified by the success
they have met before. 'The Benjamin
Picnic" and "A Tough Night." are the two
burlesenies they tv ill present.
The Grand Opera-house will be opnd
Pridav night and S iturday afternoon. Mav
11 and 1-. for I'rofesor Jacob Mahler's pro
duction of the new- children's p 11- from the
pen of Mrs. H. I). I'lttman. called "Mont
Cristo'.s Wedding." Hxerv thing In 'h
dancing line children from 3 to 1- jeirs cm
do will bo introduci-J marches, ballets,
gavottes and polo dances.
A fivo years' contract was drawn up a
few days ago between Mis Angelina I'ullls,
the young St. Louis nctress who is hern
this week In Rus Whvtnll's company at Ihe
Grand Optni-house, and l'nnk V. Hawley.
What will probably be tho last concert
given this season at the Od"on is the joint
rrcltnl of Alexander Petschnlkoff, the Rus
sian violinist: Mark Hambourg the plin
Ist, and Aime Lachnume. the Flench jnan
Ist. The date of the concert Is Friday even
ing. May li.
In addition to the long and va-ied .-.Tid"-llle
bill with which Torest Park High
lands will be opened Supdav- afternoon. Mav
is, for the benefit of the Police KHef As
sociation, a largn number of local amatur.s
and professionals have volunteered their
services to make this the most attractive
week the guardians nf the law have ever
hnd. The Children's Theater will b finished
In time for the opening, and Tilles's "Koj il
Marlor.ets" will be installed as the tir-t
attraction. When the bathing season .'pens
the large natatoritim. now almost com
pleted, will be opened. Professor Johnson.
an Kngllsh swimmer, will oversee that part
of the nexx- additions nt the Highl uida.
fhrig's Cave. und. r the management ot
Mr. frank McNeary. will be opened car!-.
In June. A new entranee on Washington
avenue is not the least attractive innova
tion, from It there will be :i w iii-co .-cred
pathwav. decked with flowers and plants
leading to the theater pavilion. On ?cii
side of the garden there will be cosy lit'le
nooks where the. music may be heart! while
refreshments are served. A row of boxes
will be placed on ench side of the thea."i
pavilion. Opera will b the attraction this
Mr. Pent A. Para ham his been ippoln'cd
manager of Manniou I'ark for the coming
Manager Garen will close the seison at
Ilavlin's with .1 production of "Sapho." be
ginning with the matinee, Sunday. M.iv li
The eomisinv presenting t'.c pay has bes-n
on the road for some time. Miss May
Wheeler will play the part of Sapho. Md
vrin Eisner, formerly with Julia Arthur,
will be the Jean.
The Mendelssohn Musical Soeietx- v. ill
give, the hist concert of the season at Con
cordia Club Hall. I rlday avening. Max -1.
rnoiiAiniB or tiik wrkk.
Olympic TheatiT CIosil.
Onlurv Theater CMa-e.1.
Hopkins The'iter "Unci Tom's C-ibln. by
the triek compllir.
foluml.la Theater Vaudeville
Orind Oprii-Hoije llus VVhjrtal In 'Tor Fair
II ivlln'e, fienter "Crntnnoosn."
Man'lanl Theater "Amerien l!iirleniiers."
T M. C. A Hall f'oace rt hy the sr:le-tx Tues
d.i exenlng. M iv- t
'oncordlii flnl. II ill Concert bv Mendelssohn
Mnslril Soeletx- Krldi evening. .Mux-C
t'lirlg's etxe Viiudexlll show for the benefit
of the tluitrlciil eintilo es and Lull saturd ix
nleht, 3fd- Z.
GOING ON THE STAGE.
A Niiiiilifr of Siicrossful Acticsses
U'iiin sit sin Early Afro.
Successful actresses vary in their idea of
the right age for 11 woman to co tvpn the
Mace. Duse ai In knowledgo Is the
e ret thu aspirant should realize emotion
before she cl:s to portray It: vet .she
hpeike her hrt stcge lines when she was
only 4 xearu old.
Agnes surma, the G. rnt.111 actress, savs a
girl should begin to study and p! in for her
state career when she N 12 years old. ThN
Is becau-e she- thinks listing Impressions
are made before K. and no after-training
.in make up for the loss of t'tlmiiue ab
soibe.l unconsciously in these eark- years.
Sarah llenihurdt eiitere.1 11 dramitic
school wb-u she wn.s 14. and m-ule be r debut
four years later Ada Kenan was but 14
when shintered Daly s company, and 'he
took Ills stern drill as a matter of course,
li.ilx otfere.l to make liliou t-'em'indez fa
mous, if at the IM. of 1". she xx ere gixen
oi.r eiulr.lx to his charge IP r moth -r
refused to part xxltlt th.- oiuigser
'lira Morris liol ri. earl training, and
per f-cults of tee-hnli-it were always .ip cr
ept She depeinW eitifly upon Insplratlmi
.end thinks if the a tre f.el stronglx si e
- vk r of l-lal.1114 per .ntdt-
te -. leei .u.
Illlei: Terry savs sh intenils ut granu
cblld to begin training for .1 :age life lin
the age ot T is r-m lied, so the small s'lrl
will never .11 quire seif-conPioitsnes or te
trlektd with th- glamor of the footiiihts
Mrs. risk, was a feature in her compitiv
tn" her e.irlx teens Julia Marlowe at 14 be
longed t a" opera comp.cnx-, and Annie
Uussell via 'J when she appeared llrst on
Vrcr sailor Hals.
PaJe; tones are the rase for spring are!
summtr hats and -ailor shapes .ire shown
In these colorings, particularly In rose, oiu
and biscuit, also In ullc.ne pastel gras.
some showing a pink anil others a greenish
sn.iele 'Iiise.cn sailors are new. an'!,
trimmed wlr- ribbon glue silk or me.us
seline brilliant In pastel tcues, i,r quite
tie- newtst thing of ih sailor type Th
I "renin sailor, with slightly higher croups
than previously worn are to be largely
worn, and these are undotibt'dlv more styl
ish than the ordinary English shape.
rbe.e r,r the war He xxas sjru k m t'-c arr
with a inisket bill, wliiih shittTed th
bone- necessitating th anipiitatlen of the
arm te- u- ihe siioiildi r
WSi'ii he rrtoxered from the wnun'l b
v. s as.-i!.ii..(j to dutv in the Qu irterm ester
t'epartme ut When the xx.ir was ox-er
xxas sent to l.lttle Hock. Ark . where ' -toeik
barge i)( th Xatin-.al Ceniete-y H
rm.imn there until l'.S. when I wn
tnenst-rred to St I.ouls to take- a slmilir
position at Jelfer-"ori llarraeks TheNitlon.I
e meterv here at that time was n'ltMn;
tint .1 wIMerin s- with gravis be'xxeen tn
trees .ind overgrown with wild grass
I Ihsrke had a n.ituril talent for biflsr-ir
g-iiib-nitig anel a once set to work to tr
th. grave yard Pi eirdT. To his i-fort is ilus
tl.. pre sen' condition of the 1 enieterv He
id. men 'in I-, .iii.I lloxxer- and ette . 'led
tlieiu "J, 11ma.11. il in this peflon 111 1
IM'..'. when In- xv.is transf. rreel to Silislinrx.
-V (' xv hi re again he le-eame cemeterx
k'pper He reur.illled there fcr si ye.i-s.
when Ii" was smt t' .Mound fit', lit. to
tak charge' of the soldiers' burial grounei.
While at Melferson It.irracks he married
Marl 1 I'hel.cp Sit children were lorn f
the- union, two of whom elle.I a-1 r r-
burli-il in the l:arracl.s 1V1 e'terx. in win. 1
I'.urke I ,is(, burled Ibirke onlv remain 1
at Mound ( Itx font m nrhs. xxhe.i he 1 -signed
hi: .count eif ill health and returr'.l
lo St I.oiils with bis family The work
Uulncv was almost completed when hei
caught cold. xhlch ele-i eloneel pnumonl t.
causing hia death In four dais. He was if;
je-ars old when he died. Had he lived he
would havu bn s'-nt to Little; Itock to
take-charge of th National C'e meterv.
He- never contracted a eb'ht. Cven In his
last Illness he would ask his wife if this
op that i'em had been paid He spont large
sums for a man of his mi ans In edinatlng
his children. His three il.cishters. Aun.
l.iura and Clara, vvre educated at St. .!
.seph's Academy iu South St. Louis, and hH
son. Martin, at St. Marv's College at St.
Marys. Kas. AH of them graduated His
daughter I.aura. N a nun lit the Visitation
order. Iitirkc; was very generous and w.'i3
ii'.-ver known to r'fus a loan to a friend.
RAPID GROWTH OF
Conij.n:'ison Shows a TirmarknMe
Fiicrp.isf in Zipp'niiein's
HOW MONEY IS EXPENDED.
Xo Iipfk I1 TOpr on tlir
Disliiiiscnicnts jiihI Tie Makes
No Keort ConipfroUer
In -view nf th discussion in th Council
rriday night, precipitates! bv Councilman
Carroll's attack on the item appropriating
s:.tV0 to the .Mayor's contingent fund, in
the general appropriation bill, the follow
ing table, showing tho amounts appro
prutcd to this fund by the Municipal As
sembly sine Mavor Brown's regime will
be of interest to the general public:
J If nrlttm
W. I,. Ruins..
D R Francis.
C A. Xoonra,
.IS".!. M .
11S4 Je"!. """!"""
.is 7"-'.s ."."!!!!!
C. r. Wn lb-Mr;.,
tC ill ttjfcl
Prior to the Scheme ind"chitrter."vvhicK
was adopted in 187'., the county had a "Poor
Commissioner." who dispensed tbe. county'
charity outdoor relief.
Comptroller Sturgeon said esterdaT
.speaking of Councilman Carroll'smotlon to
cut out entirely the temporary o-pprnprU-tlon
of ?r,t-0 for the .Mayor's contingent
"Mr. Carroll was mistaken Ir h believe
that I .-uii responsible for fixing the amount
set aside for this fund, t have never nr.
ros.it eel to myself that power or privilege
which is vested solely with the Municipal
Assembly. I merely followed the precidont
established by tnv- predecissors, and by
the action of the Municipal Assembly
guiding mvself by th figures submitted
by the Joint Ways and .Means Committees
In the annual approprlctlon.
"After the llrst year of Mayor Zlcgen
hein's administration the contingent fund
on motion or Chairman I'thoff, of the Wj4
and .Means Committeo of th Council, was
increased from Jlti to il2.TM. at which
figure it has remained ever since, fn sol..
mlUing the i-stim.it" of sumo for the thren
months. p-niUug the- jussive t the general
appropriation bill. I rnerelv placed tbe fig
ure at a little lower than tho amount usual
ly allowed for ths quarter."
The contingent fund allowed the Mayor
s supposed to be expended to its limit In y
relieving the distress of the imligcnt pcov-
worthy pee.pl of the city and strangers
who aro stranded within tho municipal,
gates, and In secret service for the benefit s
of the municipality in civil and criminal
cas". No recorel is kept or rtqulreel of tho
xp'Miillturxs from thfj fund. It is ,1 fund
supposed to be religiously and T.Uthfully
expeiidcd bx- the chief executive, the citi
zens having implicit cotitide-ncn that the
man hi whose hands It Is plaei-d will ex
pend it Judiciously. There absolutely nr
.safeguard be.xond this trust ttntt the fillut
will not be diverted to private and sordid
When the div is bright nnd golden
Am! tin- dew. '
I.Ike the n. itar elxes of olden
i.ovetl tx. brew.
On th fragrant grass Is gleaming
And the world with lUht is lcinlni;
Then I nit In idle dreaming
Dear, of you.
Softlv through the drroplnr willows
And upon their grassv plllo-vs
I) ilsi. s lie.
How I be to sit anil pon!r
Of th d.ivs we us.sl to wander
Far across the meadow yonder.
lou ana 1.
tr irt ,.f mt. -vliv hav vc 'Ct xn
Fat of jcv nas now- brrt m
You are gone:
What is life without you, dearest?
Just a counting of the merest
Drift" of Tim that bring me nearest
To my own.
IJfe Is full of sacred meaning.
S they sav:
Full of promise for the gleaning
Day by d.tv:
But my own is Just .1 past, dear.
Would I knix- how long 'twill lat, tlar.
Km despoil'- Fate will cast. dear.
Bnve'l on I -nil leant to brav it.
f.if io what our ne irts would ha-.e It.
So I'll harkin to th s,ige
Meet th tears In all their stages.
Thus I'll learn In Hi the ai'i
Till we meet:
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