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Then came his story of visiting
some Jand at a distance, of being as
saulted and robbed. Sydney must
accompany him home. A sorrowing
daughter, who mourned him as dead,
greeted him at his own palatial home.
She was the original of the cherished
portrait, Eva Morse.-
When all the beautiful story of the
soulful fidelity of Sydney Blair to a
stranger was told, gratitude shone in
those lovely eyes.
And then love, and in the golden
days that passed by as a joyful dream
the poet knew no more loneliness,
and deprivation, and neglect.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
NEVER FELT BETTER, SAYS
' New York. Sig. Campanini, direc
tor of the Chicago Grand Opera Com
pany, is not sick, but he's sore. Sore
at the people who started that rumor
that he was seriously ill. "I've just
signed contracts with a half dozen'
grand opera stars," said Campanini,
?and that's enough to put some men
on the retired list for awhile, but it
didn't worry me never felt better in
The postoffices of Germany em
ploy 166,000 women.
Now that the paean of praise is sung,
Now that the eulogy is rounded,
Now that the carillon is rung,
Now-that the symphony is sounded,
This word: Be temperate in the
Of which you boast your baseball
When Strephon Tompkins sings the
Of Maggie Jones and calls her
And fain would waft himself with
Where waits his goddess, Ama
ryllis, You may not find his subject yielding
To your discourse on Keeler's field
ing. When Torrey bubbles to the brim
With plain and pious exhortation
And, in the hushing of the hymn,
Demands of you your "soul's sal
'Tis scarce a time for your revision
Of "Mister Connor's rank decision."
When Coltman has his landscapes
And full of art and erudition,
He rattles with an easy tongue
Of atmosphere and composition,
Though your remarks may be com
manding, He does not care for Cleveland's
For many men have many views;
Some men are Christian, some So
cratic, And many still imbibe their news
Republican or Democratic. "
Some taste is urban, some bucolic,
And not all culture is base-ball-ic.
(Edmund Vance Cooke in "Basbol
ogy." Copyright, 1912, Forbes &