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lieve God rules all these worlds took away with' me after an af ter-
and great reaches of space and noon with Dr. Swift : His implicit
time and peoples we will know faith in God and a future life and
more, if we have lived right here." his happiness in the life he is now
Those were the two things I living.-
HOLIDAYS OF 1912 THE DAYS THEY FALL ON
New Year's .- Monday, Jan. 1
Lincoln's Birthday Monday, Feb. 12
St. Valentine's Day. . : Wednesday, Feb. 14
Washington's Birthday . Thursday, Feb. 22
St. Patrick's Day Sunday, March 17
April Fool's Day : . . .'.Monday, April 1
Easter Sunday, April 7
May Day Wednesday, May 1
Memorial Day Thursday, May 30
Independence Day Thursday, July 4
Labor -Day Monday, Sept. 2
Columbus Day Saturday, Oct. 12
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, Nov. 28
Christmas Wednesday, Dec. 25
HERE IS WHAT 1911 SAW
The yearly baby in Spain.
The Maine election.
Carnegie's 20 best men.
No white man's hope.
Taf t's long distance hike.
Doc Cook's third vindication.
Doc Wiley's beer puzzle.
Increased tax on whisky.
Rumpus in China.
Mon Lisa's vacation.
Turmoil in Tripoli.
Some books about Bernard
Some books not about Bernard
A new Chauncey Olcott song.
A spanking for the German
Alexander's Rag-Time Band.
Mix-up in Mexico.
The discomfiture of Muggsy
Several banquets for the tariff
The death of Justice Harlan.
The centennary of Wenell
The trial of , the beef packers
The rusting of Rockefeller's
A monument for Robert G. In
gersoll. The McNamara case.
One hundred and fifty burned