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It's true that I can sing
About my passion With words and tones that ring In loving fashion, In verses I declare How I would woo you t And yet I do not dare To send them to you With every sort of art I chant your praises;; . I tell what fills my . heart In facile phrases. Yet when with you I meet My nerve is sinking, My tongue will not repeat ' The words I'm thinking. To all the world I'd cry How I adore you. I'd write upon the sky . My. passion, for you, - -In palace and in cot - I'd like to shout it, But somehow I cannot Tell YOU about it! BITS. OF NEWS William E. Brown, attorney, dis barred from practice in U. S. district court by Federal Judge Carpenter. Railroad crossing ordinance at tacked. Attorney declares safety guard measure unreasonable. City Hall scrubwomen granted overtime pay. $8,500 given jan itress by-finance committee. Attorneys in vote fraud case fail to get juror. Selection of jury may take all week. ' George M. Casey, prizefight pro moter, arrested In Cleveland. Want ed here for $2,500 fake bout Mayor Harrison blames traction owners -for lack of bids on subway' plans. Indianapolis. Structural - iron workers will receive 6S- cents an hour during 1914 and 75 during 1915, ac cording to agreement between em ployers and union. Kansas City. Strange craving for bits of stone which she chewed and swallowed caused death of Mrs. Grace Albino, 30. London. Upside down dinners in honor of loop-the-loop aviators latest thing. Begin with liqueurs and end with soup.