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For FoufWnd Richardson and Tip O'Neil and many more.
The old (Jays- were the good days, hut the new days will grow old,
And bring again to, memory ifer treasure of fine gold;
And some day you will 'sit and dream, as I now .dream today,
And say; "Oh, fellows, I remember Matty's, fadeaway."
EMPLOYES PAY TRIBUTE
Tb PRESIDENT HAYS
New London Conn., April 25.
Twb hundred employes of the
Central Vermont Railroad toddy
paid tribute to the memory of
President Charles Hays of the
Grand Trunk Railroad, who lost
his life on the Titanic.
The deck of one of the com
pany's freight steamers was dec
orated with flowets, artd at the
hoUr of services in the American
' Prqsbyterian Church in Montreal
themen stood with uncovered
" headvhilfc prayer was offered.
Then the men-sang "Nearer
My, God to Thee", and as the
strains Of the hymn to which the
heroes of the Tetanic died, float
ed over 'the air) each" man cast a
, spray ofeflossoms on the surface
of the river. ,
'From 11;30 tp 11:35 all busi
ness on the road was suspended.
o o- r ""
Rep. Nelson, Wis.), intro
duced resolution calling for in
quiry into U. Srmeat Inspection
Service, claiming meatjnspection
laws are openly violated by pack
ers, and that solicitor McCabe
and Dr. Nelvin, Chiefof Bureau
of Animal industry are cognizant
of violations and do nothing to
150,000 Socialists will aftend$3
mass meetings in Berlin tonight,
to protest against government
plan forincreasecl army andrnavy
expenditures. " x
Champ Clark forced to surren
der gavel today through attack of
lumbago. Rep. Senders (Dem.,
Pa.) speaker pro tern.
Southern Pacific steamer
Creole, New Orleans to N" Y.,
reported aground at nioufn' of
Mining camps in Mexican
states of DurangS and Zacatecas
being abandoned by Americans,
owing to ravages of Mexican" bri
gands. A '
Skirmishing between Mexican
Federal -troops and rebels began
north of Torreon, Mexico, last
night. Most important battle of
entire revolution expected this
Just Like Will.
Mother (complaining) Will
seems to have forgotten us at col
lege. His letters are short.
Father (tersely) So is WiU
when he .writes them. Tit-Bit$.
"He's awfully Jjooct to ''his
"Out with it. What is it he
has hoUght fc her that yoU want
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