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FIRST DAYS SESSION OG
GENERAL ASSEMBLY QUIET
Of 15 Bills Introduced in House |
for First Day, Only Six Touch?
ed On Cotton Question.
Columbia, Oct. C.-Beyond organ!
atluti. receiving two messages from
Hie Governor and referring 15 now
bills to committees, thc House of al
positivo nature accomplished nothing |
on tho rst day of tho extra ordinary
session- Ot tho bills introduced today |
six do not boar in tho remotest de.
grce upon thc matter of the emergen
cy wlilch confronts thc cotton grow
err, supposedly the only excuse tho
precut session has for being in exis
tence. Thc other nine bills treat var
ious phases of thc situation includ
ing acreage reduction, a warehouse
system and thc extension of time for
paying taxes for 1-914. ,
Thc House received a voluminous
ni? ; i a;;c from the Governor in a pam.
lihlot, containing 104 pages, an osti
ni.('ol toti^l of over 41.000 words. The
lar-t two scr three pagos of the nies
sarjo contained suggestions similar
to those embodied in tho proclama,
tien calling Hic special session. The
other hundred pages of tho message
were a rambling . re-hash of South
Carolina politics,' newspaper ethics
and like matters, viewed from the
well known anglo of the Governor. It ]
was not laid , on tho desks of the
members but .will bo printed In the
ournal tomorrow. /
Some thirty pngcs of the message
wcro read to the house, after which
tho request that the message bc read j
waa withdrawn. Tho request was made
because 'the message, although In
printed form, had not been laid on the
desks of the members.
Thc House refused to considor to
day a resolution limiting the pay of
members for this sesi?n to mileage j
and per diem for 10 days, In view
of tiio financial distress of many poo-j
y>;o. Objection to tho Immediate con
: 'deration of the resolution was pro
Tho House agreed to meet in joint I
assembly Thursday, October 8, at
noon to elect a udge .nt the fifth cir
cuit. Monde! L. Smith of Camden abd
W. T. Aycock of Columbia ,aro the
only two avowed candidates for the
vacancy on tho bench. One or two [
otlter lawyers are said to bo in recep
tive irani of mind and may bo nom
It seems probable today that the
House might agree to appoint a- apo.
ci al alcect. committee to consider all
biUa intended to remedy, threaten ed
lisaster. to .cotton growers and tho
. Tilth at large as a result of the war
s Europe. Tho. resolutions providing
.'or the appointment of a committee
Of . this kind wero introduce i but ac
tion on them was deferred until to
in a brief speech thia morning I
Speaker Smith asked the Houso to do j
what it intended to do quickly and
The Houso took A recess at 21
o'clock today until ll o'clock tomor- j
CC. Wyebo- introduced a bill to j
authorizo thc Governor, the Comp-'
troller General and tho. State Treas-1
uror* to borrow funds to meet tho ex
penses of the State Government during j
1915: , ; /...' r
Mr. Wyche also .introduced a bill to j
extend the time' for tho payment of ]
taxes for the year-.ii)lb.
Mr. Wyche introduced a resolution !
creating a .special commission to con-j
fer With mn mb or a of the other Honorai
assemblies of tho -cotton growing |
states. and setting- forth tho powers
and' duties of tho commission.
Mr- Wyche ntroduced ' a, bill to re
duce, acreage in tho planting ot cpt
' ton in this state.
Mr. Wyche introduced a- bil to ex
empt certain ci tizona bf York and.
Laurens ..fro payment o flexes this
year because of the bail storms.
C. D. Fbrtner of Spartauburg ihtro
oucwJ :'v bUI to provide for and regu
late tho appointment ot managers of
election for primary elections in South:
C, D. Fbrtner introduced n bill to
prohibit white teachera from teach
ing', in negro schools and negroes
from teaching in white schools-.'
H. C. Summers Introduced a bill to
prohibit tho foreclosure bf mortgages'
in the State prior to tho first day of
. November', 1915." .
Mr. Summ ors also introduced a bill
to extend . the time for the payment
' Mr; Summers also introduced a bill ]
t .ordsulate ute.tate of interest
?o> Ma^eejt^ntrbduncd n bill to I
regulato.tho planting of cotton.
.- 'Mr.- ?pps"Introduced a bil to rostrlct j
' th'Q-??tfbn.'a?"reag? next year
uu.?ii O vit ?.?'u ? O ? 0 0 i>????j
o'.jx-- Xfttlo.Hirer Dots.. o
.ot??*? . . . .*,? . * '
Mr. J. Arthur Crawford.- bf Plat
Wood's spent Saturday night . -with
. h 18 mother Mrs.!>.-A. .Crawforft
Mfr. and Mrs. J..N. Pratt took dln
T^T Lijtft *Mr -.?Vnt 'Vf?. W. E. Mc*
Miss TSUtha ^Whqrter ia visiting
.. friends in Anderson.
Tho rancors aro busy. ^gathering
their crop. V^v^i^ '
Mr. and Mrs. Edger, Hawthorne ot
Doe West, spent ? Sabbath wtb home
folks. .-. . ?
- 1 -Mr- Verna Smth left Thursday for
California.' ..'.. "
^ ' Mr. and'Mrs. J/ L..Atevrjne, of l?evel
? "Land took, dinner with Mr. and Mra.
: J; C: frroJtt Sabbath.
Mr. Cliff Moore called on his best
C. & W. C. HAVE GRANT
Road Mas Agreed to Chango
Schedules in Accordance With
Advices wera received in Anderson
yesterday by the Trades Eqtensfon
Committee of the Chamber of Com
merce, composed of Messrs. B.. O.
Evans, (Chairman) Capt. R, JJ. Rumor,
O. M. Heard, li. GcBibcrg, Vf'. S. Ram
say and T. L. Ccly that commencing
Sunday, October 10th, the schedule on
the Charleston & Western Carolina
Raliway, Anderson Branch, would bo
changed in accordance wth the desires
of the cofmittee and that on that date
the regular straight passenger train
service leaving Anderson in tho after
noon would be resumed. .
The other changes effected arc also
important and will be announced of
ficially hy Commercial Agent T. B
Curtis in the next few days, all of
which, however, will give Ainderoon,
tho best service over the C & W. C that
tho city has ever enjoyed. The ser
vice as at present operated has been
generally dissatisfactory and Mr. A.
W. Andersop General Manager of thc
C. & "Vf. C. .made the new change at
tho urgent appeal of the Committee of
Chairman Evans of tho Committee
stated to a repr?sentatifs of tho In
telligencer last night that he was
greatly pleased over the result of the
matter dud that tho retail trade of
Anderson would be greatly benefited
by the chango, which would give all
persons on the Anderson branch ex
cellent service to and from thie city.
Anderson people generally feel very
grateful to General Manager Anderson
for his action in the matter. His let
ter as received Is as follows: -
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 7th, 1914.
Chamber of Commerce, Anderson, S. C.
Dear Mr. Whaloy:
"As probably you have been ad
vised by Mr. Curtie wc propose, tak
ing effect next Uunday, to. make
changes tn our Anderson branch
trains in order to conform with tho
viows expressed by your chamber of
commerce, through Mr. Curtis.
The proposition has its very ob
jectionable features,. but upon tho
whole we believe lt will prove as
good aa the present arrangement, and,
if It pleases, you, while the present
arrangement1 does not we will at least
Wthat. mutti to. the, good,
As I stated to you" in a prebious
letter on this subject, we have beep i
forced into economics, thc . necessi
ties tor which I am sure, are more
trying to us than to the good people
of Anderson. ' Ab an ex-president
once said: lt'ia a condition that con
fronta us and not a theory and we
are going to havt tc mest that condi
tion in the best and fairest ?tay we
know how, and instead of being cri
ticized for our efforts we bad hoped,
though possibly with some faintness
oflicart, that thc exegenoies of tito sit
uation would bo recognised and that
we weald get sympathy rather than
Again thanking you for your inter-,
cst, I bog to remain, Ni
"Yours very truly,Sf
?. W. Andereon,
? General Manager.
COTTON PLANTING I
South Carolina Cotton Congr? |
Prepared P?HtW fa> the
Special to Tho Intelligencer. . v '
Columbia, S. C., Oct- G.-^County Chair
man : ot the ?outh. Carolina Division
pf the Southern Cotton Congress
meeting ? Columbia today adopted a
resolution, asking the General Assem
bly to pass' ? law prohibiting tho
planting of cotton next .year, The'rcst
ol ut lon also calls for an occupation -
tax to prevent over production In sub.
sequent years. The passage of tho pro
posed-law wold bo on tho condition
that, a measure ?, fslmilar nature is
passed in all cotton producing states... :
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President Wilson--Said To Favor
1 Purchase . of Historic
Washington, Oct. G.-President'Wil
sen favors government purchase, ot
Montecello, tho former home of Thom
as Jecerson, from ' Representative Le
vy, of Now cork; it became known to
day. HeShas not. however. ? enmmlt t?rt
himseir to (tho suggestion' of Mr. Le
vy that Montecello bo used as a sum
mer homo for Presidents.
Tn official circles hope was express
ed that Congress would ar t jprpinpi
ly On ' tho letter of Repr?sentat!ve
sain ntj, w?uiu Lvumv.? A- ssTcrssje?i
tal ocbr ot $500,tt?n for . Montecello.
Mr. Bryan, it was would refer the
communication to Congres ot once
;i! jThe mo vernon t .for go vermen t ac-,
qulsltlori of Montecello bogan several
years ago,' was lead by Mrs. Martin
W; Littleton , of New; York, and various
bills and resolutions looting to Us
. purchase nave been introduced in.
FOB HO MMu
TEACHERS OF ANDERSON
Several Discussions Will Be Heard
and Lunch WAI'Ce Served in
West Market School.
Tho program for tho first Teach
er's Meeting of the session, which 1B
to bc held In Andersen at thc? West
Market street school, ls one of tho best
that the teachers of the county have
ever had prepared for hem. The
meeting is to take place nekt Satur
day and. lt will bo-of considerable im
portance, by reason vt the fact that thc
officers for tba ensuing year wi? bc
"elected at this meeting. Prof. T. L
Hanna of Pendleton, is now president
of the association.
Miss Maggie M. Carlington, super
visor of rural schools for Anderson
county, yesterday announced that thc
following program had been complet
/-1. Proyer by Dr. W. H. Fraser,
pastor of thc First Presbyterian
Church of Anderson.
2. Solo by Miss Charlotte- Parks.
3. High school discussion on Latin,
led by C. D. "oleman of Iva.
4. Intermediate discussion of dis
cipline lcd by Mrs. Lottie ffstcs of thc
Anderson city schools.
5. Discussion on primary reading,
led by Misa May Hinnant, of Pendle
G. Election of officers.
Following the conclusion of tho bus
1...SS meeting, lunch will be served by
thc domestic science class of tho An
derson high school.
In speaking of thc coming mcetng,
Miss Carlington said yesterday that
every teacher in the county' should
mako a special egort to be in atten
dance and to hear the discussions.
Miss Carlington said that she would
like to see every teacher, whether ac
tively engaged at present In'teaching
gor not, attend this meeting. '. SJie'be
lieves that she can safely promise an
enjoyable day ""for every ono of the
ooooooooooo- oooo bo
o A TALK ON THE COTTON o
o SITUATION. o
o ' ?
o The cotton problerri is one o
o to be solved by the Southern o
o States themselves. It would o
o be unwise for the national o
o government to interfere o
o either b<f taxing cotton or o
o prescribing the amount of o
o acreage. - o
o We believe that uniform o
o reduction pf the cotton acre-, ?
o age throughout the cotton o
o belt for 19iS in some man- o
b ner which viii be generally o
o and uniformly enforced is o
o absolutely essential* to re- o
o' store the confidence of the o
o financial world in the value o
o of cotton and induce invest- o
o ors to buy cotton, we there- o
o fore heartily indorse all o
o county organizations in the o
o cottin belt formed and or- o
o gani ted for the purpose of o
o reducing the cotton for 19*15 o
o and I elieve that such organi- o
o z'ttioiis will be helpful in re- o
o dicing cotton .acreage and o
p production of food crops so o
o es senti il; for the prosperity o
o of the S?auY ? . ? ? . o
o 3r.t we are of the op?u- o
o ion that such :o,nty organ . o
b iza H ons, even If they cove?* o
o Hie entire cotton belt and in- o
o dude every ottmi farmer in fi
o :he. South will not restore v
) *he necessary confidence in o
o the value bf'cbUoa to cause o
? ..investors to enter at the pres- o
?- ent low price/ o
o We believie'lh?i state leg- o
o islation reducing cotton acre- o
p ..age for 1915 to a,, basis; Which p
0 will diminish approximately b
p.. 50 per cent pf thc present o
o acreage wUi irnmediately re- ?
t? st?re confidence ; iri cotton o
o and'cairne investors tb ;buy p
o cptt?ri upraT least to the cost o
o bf production and furnish "the . o
b farmers of th? South imme^ o
? dhrtely a market ./or; "their'-o
o cottoh.. - ? v" o
o A -few word$ about h ow to o
o help the farmer In his dis?, o
o tress. o
o Everybody is hurt when- o
o the farmer goe? dou/n. What n
o c?tn begone to help him in p
o his struggle? Can not the o
o fertilizer dealers or- factories1, p
o give him 10 cents for his o
o cbtfon on their' fertilizer o
p notes?. Do they expect - to . o
?^?bse nothing iri this great dis? o
o aster?1 Will they say to the ?
o farmer, 1 must have my. full o
o pound. of flesh? o
o : Will ; the banks be ..lenient o
o with him and take part pay o
o and renew: the notes for three o
o months longer; something o
o might turn up, the war might o
^M:: N.iPATTERS?N; b
The Champion Boston Braves
HERE ARE THE CHAMPION BOSTON BRAVES.
This is the crowd upon which George Stallings is depending to bring the next world's championship to Boston. Their leader
has set them a gigantic task, for, between them and thc world's pennant they seek there stands a sturdy nine generaled by one Connie
Mack. The first battle for the pennant, a battle that will overshadow the bloodiest battle of Europe's war, for a day or two at least, will
lake place at Shiba Park, Philadelphia, the home grounds of the Athletes on Friday of this week. The game the following day will also
be played in Philadelphia and the new week opened in Boston with a two dav stand. The odds, at the present moment are 5 to 4 in tile
Athletes favor. What others think of the Braves chances to grab the flag doesn't bother Stallings. He thinks they're going to win-and
no one in the baseball world Would be greatly surprised if they do.
Electric City Sparklets
Drunk? at TSaz:
ETcr Seen Herc.
About the cirunkest man over seen
tn Anderson was put off the 1:40 In
terurban yesterday. The man wa3 in
an unconscious stuto whan put off the
train and was laid in tho gully until
tho polico could bo summoned. He was
still bora de combat wiitin they reach
ed the scene arid remained so while-]
he was being lifted into'.a makeshift
"Blacky Marin" ;an'r) ca'rltd to' the eily
hall. ?? Ia presum??'( tbat 'ho will ho a
thoroughly "dlHgii?te'd' maa 'wl!?n lie
wakes , bp In juli Ttliis horning and
yells for a drik Jf \vatcc, probably
thinking' that he l i still in Greenville
when he observes bis surroundings.
t hief Circus Delicacy
ls Arriving Ip Lots
Tho chief 'delicacy on cir eua day for
the hundreds of visitor's .. going to
town "for to see tho circus" is always
Ash and each year the bulcborB, mer
chants and cafo mon in ..Anderson
stock, up on sea food'for circus day.
It waa said .yesterday at. the South
ern Express office '.hat over 40 bar
rels of fish have already been receiv
ed boro, for Thursday und the agent
estimates that there will probably
bo at least 100 barrels of fish ship
ped to Anderson tor snip on Thurs
day/ When ft is remembered that a
barrel of. fish averages about ' 100
pounds lt'will bo-seen that over 8000
pounds of .fish- v_'H be disooscd of in
Ulis - city ia : oho ^ay ?
During thc trial of a ertain case
which-waa;before thc (?ourt of Com
mon,, Picas. yesterday morning,, tho
Presiding Judge, decided that it might
aid tho ury If that body could sec'thc
car . of tho Piedmont & Northern lin
es'said to have killed tho norse in
question and ho therefore ordered the
1? men to go cjown out of tho cburt
house nnd inspect tho .train- When tho
jury gathered arond tho car .half the
pcoplo injtpwn lumped at a conclusion
that son-i oho had been, run over
and killed and within less, than 'bve
minutes some 100 pcoplo had gath
cred around., All : of which gooB to
show that the average mian has mo"e
curiosity than Is good for him.
. ' ' . ': -OT
..The Hoard of Directors of tho An
dertott Chamber ;of Co^imerCo will
meet th's evening at fi o'clock in the
rooms of the local trades body, in ac
cordance with a call issued by James
D. Hamicct, chairman of tho execu
live committee. Tho meeting is thc
regular monthly event, which i
held on tho firot .Thursday in every
month but on acount of tomorrow be
ing circus day, the meeting was ad
vanced ono day.
Two Kew Schools
i Belog Completed.
Anderson ftptmty. win shortly have
two new and handsome school-rooms
ready for. lisp and it is understood that
Afcverai 'oilier commun ft les are now
contemplating launching an effort in
their sections to get pew and bettor
buildings. ,Tha Now Will If ord school,
which will be completed and ready for'
occupancy within the noxt few,days,
ls a comfortable and commodious buil
ding and ha$. boen erected at a cost ot
about -?1500. Tho Long Brauch ?chebt
hbuit. wblon' w?u >? ready for occ?-.
pattcf aboutNovember J. ls ?n? of
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(Prom Wednesday's Daily.'
tho most conveniently arranged
buildings In tho county and luis been
built at a coBt-of slightly over $lilO0.
It is very complete and n credit to
tho people of Long Branch.
Tells How to
Congressman Wyatt Aiken baa sont
to "thc Anderson chamber of commerce
a copy of thc annual report of thc
postofilce department on railway
mail and rural free dolivery servico.
Tho ' pamphlet contains much'-Inter
esting reading matter and Secretary
Whaley nays that Anderson men will
read it with Interest, since it explains
in detail tho b* it way to securo po
sitions in thc .-.mil service. The book
ia at the chamber of commerce, where
it may be seen hy any onb desiring
to secure information along this line.
Medical Society '
Will Meet Today.
Tho regular monthly meeting ol' tho
Ai dersou County Medical Society is
tc take place today and will be hold
in tho rooms of tho Anderson Cham
ber of Commerce. Thi? meeting prom
ises to bo ono of decided Interes, and
tho committe In charge of the pro
gr.ira says that Eomo good foa turcs
have boen arranged. Practically ivory
physician in thc county is a mcmboi of
this society and alt take great inter
est in its work.
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LI ? cvivu jina
.Gone to Columbia.
.T- B. Pelton, ouporlntendcnt of edu
cation, left yea lord 3y for
Columbia whore he goos to bold a con
ference with J.'E. Swcaringen, State
superintendent of education, concern
ing ' matters relativo to Anderson
schools. Mr. Felton says that he hopes
bin trip to Columbia may result In
some material assistance for Ander
? o ?
Lever Plan I?
Koon to Begin
When .Congressman Asliu ry F. Lover
spoke in Andorson at tho last grain
foi tl val ho said that his plans for tho
N:-Monal Marketing ' . Com mission
wculd soon bo in oeratlon and ex
plained in detail to Anderson people
thc work to bo dono by th I? commis
sion. Anderson people yesterday re
ceived an outline of the work being
do:ic in this direction, explaining, what
Mr. Lever hopos tho commission can
do in tho way of marketing crops and
a hiing tho Southern farmers. Tho
rlan includes tho appointment of a
8Ub-commlttoo or representative in
??n?rd . In - Laurens,
. >Tho manager of tho Anderson high
school football team yesterday clos
ed a gamo with tho Traynhnm Nat-)
local Guards of'Laurens for a gamo
to be-played in Laurena on October
30. Tho Gu&rds eau put up a splen
did exhibition and by reason of the
fact thrvj. they aro oidor and heavier
thin thei. local team, tho A. H. .8'
Wilt have some difficulty in handling
thom, but tlie ? captain- and members
of the Anderson team say that they,
aro absolutely confident of being able
to wjn tho. game. The- firstpamo of,
tho season- will bo played hero next
Monday whon tho. Woconl Fitting
School team will come to Anderson.
Cf ra Coln Men
; Here Yesterday.
Charles vWft Eilis of:
kcown ?,m t???a
1 r .
around Greenville, und Churlos ll
YatCB, Decretory and treasurer of tho
Anderson und Greenville Coca Coln
Companies, were In Anderson yester
day. They came for a visit of Inspec
tion and left tho city nt 4:40 yester
day afternoon. While here they were
the guests of Capt. lt. J. Ilamor, thc
local Coca Cola magnate.
A little. Cotton ?~~
Now ticing Hold.
For the last several days the price
of cotton has remained tho samo, soi
ling at 7 1-2 cents on tho local mark
et, but up to yesterday Hiero had been
little sold On thu Anderson market.
However, several bales were brought
to town during thu doy and sold boro
yesterday nt the market price. Thia
might bo aefcounfed for? by tho '.tact
that tho circus ls''-almost boro arid
some people would noll j the coat off 1
their back to get to thia attraction.
Another Conference .
On Foreign Trade.
Andere on f annora .' und bualnoas
men yesterday l'ocslvcil IhvMallonp, !tp.
attend a conference which has been j
culled to moot in New Xork on No
vember 8, to consider thc South Ameri
can trude question. Tin--; conference
has beep called by thc Partners Trade
Council and that body has a plan by
v. hich most of tho foreign und South
American '?rude can "bc diverted to
tho United States and to thc South.
Anderson lins to
Import Her lieut:
Cncof Anderson's well -known
marget man Bald yesterday that for
tho drs<t time in his life ho wus hav
ing to buy hogs from, foreign murk?ts.
He exhibited a icttcr'just received from
J- B; Wanamaker & Co., of St. Mat
thews In which tho dealer thero prom
ised, to ehlp a large number of choates
to Andereon within the next few
weeks. It ir. not n difficult matter to
uolvp. tho "hieb cost of [Hying*' ques
tion' when people won't, try tb
their own menta at homo.
Forced io Ps*
For Heating ?111.
Will Myers.wa? tried in Magistrat!!
Broadwell's court yostcrdny on a
charge of beating hts board bill and
was sentenced to pay a line of $10 or
to servo for 30 days, lt will bo re
membered that Myern . wandered inte
Mr. U road wol l's office Monday want
in? a warrant for another man und
was himself arrested when thc magis
trate remembered thut he-hud a war
rant for one Will Myers.
.For This Season.
According to figures furnished bj
tho Department of ?ommorce pf; tin
U. S. Government, there have beet
8;C14 bales of cotton ginned in. Ander
son county from tho 1914 crop prlo:
to September 25- Before, tho sunn
date fn 19?3, there had b?on 4,4 ;S bale
ginned fg this eounty.
Attending the ?
llov. and Mrs. J. T. Black left An
doreen yesterday.,, for Atlanta whor
they, go -, tb, attend tiffs. Internat loan
Convention of'tho Disciples of Chrit>l
which ls In session there this weet
Mr. Black I? pastor of tho Anderaoi
Christian .church .and', was recentl;
elected vico p?es?dont 0f tho Ander
son ?oupty.-Ministerial Union
Anderson pr<?b^ly; abandons bet
self to thc c 1 rcus moro fully than nn
other - town Jn the iuonjodlato sc?tiot
The public schools of. the city ar
to be closed tomorrow oh account c
circus d*yf Vhet? Wf|t ty 9?
of tho Court of Common PlcaB tomor
row on account ol tho clrcuB and tho
Curncgio Library will romain closed
throughout tho day for tho sumo rca
Bon. It 1B presumed that thu post
?nico may remain open.
Night School Got
Thc night Behool for the boys of ibo
etty and tho school for those inter
ested, in mill doslgnng aud ipili cal
culation;-, got a splendid stnrt last
night when the two classes met at tho
Y. M C. A. and organized. There
was 'a largo apd enthusiastic atten
dance and much intorest was mani-,
tested . Again this yoar tho school -wllK
bb conducted In, .tlj? ropms at^CcflM.VC
nusliics? College with ' I*rof?^C. W.
ltlaer es principal of tho doh/ol for
fejiySi and 3 W. Itabb In charlo of tho
mill c'asaos. They will proably have
one or two assistants.
OUR DAILY POEMS. \
When Earth'* Last Picture is
When Earth's last picture is
painted and thc lubes are
twisted and dried,
\\ hen the oldesi colors have .fad
>ed, and the' youngest
critic has- died, ;
We shall rest, and, faith, we shall
need it-lie down for an
aeon or two.
Till' the Master of All' Good
ITIIIMIIUI OIllVll pill UJ IV?
And those that were good shall be
j; happy; they shall sit in a
..' golden chair;
They shall splash at a ten league
canvas with brushes of
They shall find real .salute, to
Peter and Paul;
They shall work for an age at a
sitting and never be tired
at all. '
And only the Master shall praise
us, and pnly the Master
And no one -shall work fot money,
and no one shall work for
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Du I each for the joy of working*
and . each iii his * separate
star, . ; . . ;
Shall draw'the-Thing'as he sees it
for Gpd pf Things as They
Rudyard i Kipling, 1392. j|.
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