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I M SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 1015.
B SATURDAY, DECBMBEHVwa AMEmCAN FOKK CITIZEN ,V-- fi I ;... -'"" -- "" vJ3T K' it 0C0XXCKX0XXKiX i I Locals and Personals 1 BBsV ' jf ..1.i.yKAAAAVlrtVSAS(Vy0rtlOOOOO jfif "joy's Studio open evory Saturday. I Mrs. Ellen Merck was a Salt L& wialtor Wednesday. Milton A. Thorno and wlfo of'Rlcli. -fleld woro Thanksgiving visitors ho.'d wliB relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. D. Fngo en ttrtalned at a (nmlly dinner (or frl. eada and rolatlves Thursday. Josoph Chrlstlnnson, who Is nttonl iitf school at IOgan Is homo 'or tho TkMksgivIng holidays. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Jacobs were graetts of rolatlves nnd friends at Heber. Sunday. . Mrs. Jonnle Kirk and daughter of Mllford, spent -Tuesday In Pleasant rove, Tlsltlng. Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Strcot of He. her, wero guests at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. P. Fugal Sunday. Mrs. Laura Yancey Klmbor is pending tho week end hore with her jprents, Mr and Mrs. Otis Yancoy. Tho Chrlstcnsen family reunion was held Thanksgiving day at tho tone of Alma Chrlstonson. It Is a yearly festival for this family. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Qammett en. tartalaed on Thanksgiving day for Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dczzant, Roan aad Roy Qozzan, and Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Armltstead. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Chrlstonson at Provo Dench ontortalnsd at 1 Thanksgiving dinner, for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fugal, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fugal, Mr, and Mrs. Niels Fugal and Mrs. Steua Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Alma Radmall, Jr. rr rejoicing over tho arrival of a fcafey boy, born, Sunday morning.. Mrs. JUda.aU Is tho mother of five girls, eaee much rejoicing In the Radmall kMM over the new boy. ijjfl Mrs. Martha Wooley and Mips nul " (A'6 K'Ik entertained at dinner MfM ' Tkanksglvlng day, covers being laid W far Miss Jennie Parker, nleco of Mrs. mgm Waoley, of Vernal, and Miss Olives 85 M yeraal; Mr. 8. II, JCirk and family Bill ft Llndon and Miss Addlo Plttmors. Rfisj The Sunshine' Committee of tho 2nd mm ward also the neighbors of Mr. and Kdj Mrs. N. C. Nlelson gave them a SSw pleasant surprise Friday afternoon., if 1 X nice program wa given and lunch I ' f waa served. A good time was had by N fi U Mr. Nellson has been 111 for ! m swrernl months, duo to' a fractured ft m )m but Is Improving slowly. Urn The First ward M I. A. gave a !i$ fcial Tuesday evening for the Fath. 2m an and Mothers of tho ward In tha ju Ugh school gym. The following short (till program was enjoyed: Song, Maurlne fj Oemmctt; sketch of th0 life of Alex. Hi tdtaer Bullock, by Darbara Greene; jnu . reeding. Miss Allred. Dancing was ijp ansa enjoyed and refreshments ser. Margarot Walker Is homo for tho holidays. , Albort Olson raado a business trip to l'rovo Mondayi Iko Wiwlloy was a Provo visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kirk wero Bait I.nko visitors for tho wook end. Mrs. Alf Dczzant nnd Mrs- Orthol. la Logan Bpcnt Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Allon Dczzant at Provo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fannor of Pro. vo spent tho week end hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wadloy. Mrs. Edward Dush spent Sunday and Monday In Salt Lake with hor sister, Mrs. George Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. E. h. Jarvls ate rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mooro attond. cd tho funeral of Mr. Mooro's aunt at Payson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bullock enter, talned at Thanksgiving dlnnor tor tho Smith and Olson Families. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mooro had as tholr guests tho Monson family on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Church of Bur. ley, Idaho, are spondlng an Indoflnlto visit hero with Mr. and Mrs. Church's parents, Mr, and Mrs. N. P. Poulson. i Mr. and Mrs. Claud D. Hayes ' spont Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Hayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gray at Lehl. Mrs. E. H. Cutler and children wont to Soldier Summit for Thanks, giving' day .with Mr. Cutlor, who Is employed ttiore. Reed Warnick and Victor Larson ' wore Salt Lake visitors Wednesday eVenlng. Thursday they saw the ootball game betwoen the U. A. C. tnd ho U. of U.. l Tho Daughters of tho Utah Plo. noors will hold their next' meeting Dccembor 7th at 3 p. m. In the tab. ornaclo. The family of 0. F. Her. ran will gtvo tho program. Tho pub. lio la Invited. waiter Hcdqulst was in town Tucs. day ovonfng advertising the musical comedy ''Beauty Shop" that Is to bo given by tho Elks Lodgo of Provo, This is to be the annual Charity Dall ' of tho Elks. Soventy tlvo Provo musicians will bo featured with out. sldo talent. Mr. S. L. Hathaway, State Agent of tho Duslness Men's Accident as. soclatlon of Amorlca, was In town Wcdncday to adjust tho claim for tho accidental death of Mr. H. L. Clark, local merchant. Tho company is to be congratulated for tho prompt sorvico thus rendered. This policy has boon carried only one year. L. 8. Dial left for' Soldier Summit Wodncsday. Mr. and Mrs., R. D. Thome were Provo visitors Monday. h. W. Lund of 8alt Lain -was a Pleasant Grovo visitor Monday. Mrs. Bcsslo Wright and family wnro Salt Lake visitors "Tuesday. Clifford Wright spont Tuesday In Salt Lake visiting. Paul nnd Milton Adamson spent TuoBday In Wallsburg. i F. 8. and Owen Humphries', wore business visitors In Salt Leio, Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. amlth spont Mon. day In Salt I-nko on business -matters. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fago and family woro business visitors In American Fork Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Frampton spont Sunday In Provo gucs'ta of rel. ntlvcs and frlonds. Ella and Hazel Frnmpton and mo. thor, Mrs, Frampton, Miss Maurlne Fttg0 wore Provo visitors Monday. Miss Flosslo Wright was Thanks, giving visitor wth relatives hero fropi Salt Lake Thursday. - Paul Adams, who has bepri homo for sometime leaves on the. 1st of De,c. for the shecphord Miss' Theliria Sh'oell, who . Is at. tending school at Logan, Is'' visiting her parents hore this weekVpnd. i - ' Mr. E. R. Hallldny, onqof tho guards at tho State Penitentiary, vfs. ited his family In Pleasant Grove Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hallway and Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Jacobs were the Guests of Mr. and MrB. Lucius Laud, lo of iJiyton on Thanksgiving Day. Miss Rose llozzant, who ; teach. Ins school at Kanosh, is spending thQ Thanksgiving Day holidays hor with her parents. Tells President of Klan's Activities BBaYaBBsMaw"tSyH"wMr IHn0HaY9Hlf3l&t Y HflssflHSutM w . wkmawMSKSfawl .jaLsnananaVt ssassststassssssssssssV EBBaaktBsWaBa Thk pktare of Gwr. John Parkci of LoHialaaa was taken as he left the White Hoase aiier tellinc Free ident Har4ia-B)f the K Klus Klan's amazing grawth in hit statt and1 intentiona t teatrol through political aawar. I I Car of New I r Ford Automobiles --i ,w : -' . HAS JUST BEEN UNLOADED, h ' ' ' I Included in tho lot are II TOURING, COUPES, SEDANS AND TRUCKS. Anything at Any Time in Ford Products. , :- . i; Special Prices I On Repair Work W Lot us quo to you on Engine, Transmission and n " Difforontial Overhauling. Lehi Motor Co. I 1 I .LEHI,-UTAH,- PHONE 12 I 1 1 . . ;v; FORDSON, DEMONSTRATION WEEK NOW ON. .-.. . j J- ? I Salt Lake City. j g. O. HOWAOD APPEALS TO THE PEOPLE OP UTAH TO BUY SEALS That the deaths from Tuberculosis hi tho United States how average 1150,000 a year Is nn appealing fact which Is brought moro strikingly to our attention when one considers that 1BOO0O doaths means that some man, woman or child in tho'Unlted States dies every 8Vi minutes of Tubercu losis. Seventeen die every hour and 400 dlo every day of this drad dl In commenting on this condlUoiiB. O. Howard, president of the Utah Pub lic nealth Association, said: The most lamentable feature of this high death rate Is the fact that it strikes at tho children who easily contract the disease and at grown folks botwoen tho ngca of 18 and 40 who oaslly succumb to Its ravages. "Approximately 2000 children un der five years of age die from Tuber miosis every year In the United States nnd 1-3 of nil who die between the ages of 18 and 45 ore killed by it. "Tho reason for this Is that during childhood the human body Is most tiBccptlble to this disease and If It docs not develop at this time, It may lntor on when rescrvo forces are torn down through coldB, overwork or In nttentlon to grncrnl good health. That Is why tho funds raised by the Utah Public Health' association through tho salo of Christmas Seals ore largely dlroctcd toward develop ing good health habits in children and In educating pooplo In tho care and prevention of this dread dlacase. The Modern Hoalth Crusade In the public school system has been financed through tho salo of Christmas Seals and has resulted In thousands of chil dren knowing tho rudlmonts of good health which will help thorn build a strong defense against the Inroads if every dlsanso. "Tho work of tho Utah Public Health Association ns flnancod by the Christ mas Seal salo has brought help and cheer to hundreds of sufferers, spread-1 Ing the gospel of hope and courage ( and recovery. It certainly Is to 1p hoped that ovory man, woman ami " in Utah will rospond to this humanitarian call nnd buy seals that will keop up tho good work nnd re tarn to bless them by stamping out menacing dlsenso In this state." GOV. MABEY CALLS ON PEOPLE OP UTAH TO BUY CHRISTMAS 8EAL8 Governor Mabey has Just Issued a proclamation urging the people to buy Christmas Seals enough to provide ad equate funds for reaching every Tuberculosis en so In the state. "The beneficiary ro-actlon," said Governor Maboy "on the state as a whole and on every dtlzon In the state by Increasing the prosperity, cheer and hoalth of this region would be felt In a vary short tlmo. "Tuberculosis at, tho present time Is considered tho most destructive dis ease of tho nation. It's annual toll mounts Into tho thousands nnd the most sorious sufferers aro little chil dren upon whom tho future prosper ity of the stato rest and upon young mon and women In their prlrao who are now our greatest resource. "Sclenco has now proved that the destruction and crippling of human lives through Tuberculosis Is needless, that If taken In tlmo that It may he arrested and that through building tho genera) good health of the coun try1 It may bo provented. This Is the work of the Public Health Association financed through tho sale of Christmas Seals. "Indirectly the good health of our neighbor means tho good health ( ourselves, nnd when we encourage the happiness and prosperity of those In need by offering Information nnd as , slsUnco that will guide thorn, wo help . bring about general prosperity." CHRISTMA8 8EAL SALE IS NA TIONAL MOVEMENT Although ninety-five per cent of the funds rnlBod In tho sale of Christmns Souls stuys In the Stato, of Utah to fight the drend disease Tuberculosis, tho Christmas Seal campaign Is a na tional affair with on almost world wdlo appeal. At tho present time the sale of Christmas Heals has resulted In tht establishing of tuberculosis santtor luras In moro than seven hundred hos pitals la tho Unltod States. The funds huvo employed more than three thousand public health nurses and put nearly one thqusand fresh air schools In operation. During the past fifteen years, approximately one billion piec es of odueatlvo llternturo have been distributed throughout the country, paid for by tho salo of the little Christ mns Sonls. There Is an nctlvo tuber culosis or Public Health Association In ovory stato with 1,100 local so cieties affiliated with tho work. Carefully nnd conservatively pre pared figures show thut each yeai 60,000 Uvea aro saved In America largely as tho result of vigorous health campaigns financed through tho sale' of ChlPtmas Seals. In our onto the Ylrk Is n tht hands of thr V.Uh Slate Ho.ilth Asso ciation, ortVoriil by such prominent men as K. O. Howard, Gow Chns. II. Mahcy, Sunutnr Hood Smoot, Pres. I Hohrrt .1 Hrant; Dr. T. .II.. Bcntty j Dr. J. A. WIdtsoo, Dr. II. Or Morrill, I Mrs. Y. C. Howe and James 11, Vnl-H. Thlr b your corner. Make use of if for your information on qaettUa that are puialing you. It will be my pleasure and privilege to answer em. fully and promptly all questions submitted to me. Your questions mm It limited to two, tmiyour full name and address must accompany each Un$r, -For special information tend stamped envelope. Allcommunications wV' Always be held in absolute confidence. All letters should' be addressed very plainly in pen and ink Helen Brooks, Box 1545. Salt lake City. Der MUi Brooktt Thli U m second sttwapt at writfaa 70. ml 1 know my qtloM wDl MW Jujt u MttofMtoriljr this tlih th Urtt. (1) Wht will rtmovs wrtu poi from wH ppert (J) T-M tall mt of vnat wy youn slrl t " money. (I) Wht would you luictHt m lulUbl lift. (Xmu) for slrl frlendiT Hoplns I haven't eiiw yo to much bothtr, I remain, BLUE-KYBa, Moroml. Ut Glad to wtleom yon asatn. Wua-Eyta. (1) To remoT tntu speti from wall-papor main thick putt of powdtred plptclay or French chalk and water. Spread thickly on tha sreaM pot and let It remain for itreral dayi. Bratfc It, and If any of tha spot remalne, apply paite asaln. Another method Is to take tar oral foldi of hlottlnt paper and lay orer tho pot and place a hot Iron ore the blotting paper until th sreaM b removed I mbvt the blottlnr paper levera! tlmee, aa In thli way H will abiorb tha create mora quickly, (t) Bo much depende upon youreeU, my dear, that I can aearcely aureeet. t do not know your ace or your quillneatlone. and thd poeetbllltlea In email town are very limited. Had you thought of taktnc aubierlpttont to popular mngattnet or ordera for a reliable hoelery company t (8) Somethlnc which yon make b elwx ao much more acceptable than what you buy, to why not a pretty unbleached apron wltb the colored applique or tome pretty "underthlnr." from camisole to fancy carter! There are doiene of different atylea and ma I lerlalt from which to ehooee. Dear MUe Brooke: We are abo thirteen yaara of age. and would Ilk to know If It to proper to go with the boyi, and would Ilka to know how old Cjlrla thould be before getting married. Youri reepectfully, PA and MA. Well, Pa and Ma, I can tell you what you ehenld be doing mow and for at leatt thra more yean, and that It etudylng. Have your mind ao full of atudy and the dettra to excel In your tchool work that there It not the leatt apace to think about boyt and marrUg. Pardon me If I tell you that the penmanthlp and compotltlon of your letter atrongly In dlcata that thta la exactly where your mind thould be. If you d derote your time and attention to thought tnd eflortt for the knproTement of yourtelree In crery way, you will be much more capable of answering the eama qucitlont much, mora aatltfactorlty to rounelret than I can pottlbly do, and will be much' more worthy of tha petition of a helpmate and homemaker. Dear Mitt Brooke t (1) I thould Ilk to hear your opinion aa to what It tha, proper and mott accredited aourt to adopt when one hat been crated n love. (2) How may I obtain a tweet and lovable dltpoaltloo? I have tried 'to be theerful when flrtt arlilng tn th mornlnc. but tomethlng la euro to 'happen to change Key plant before th day la, dona. Pleat an rwer quntlont at your mott eonvenelcnt mo ment. Thanking yon In advance. I remain devoted reader to your mott uaeful Informa tion. Youra truly, MARGIE, BprlncvllI; Utah. (1) Well, my dear, I believe th moat "proper and accredited" court to pursue In a eate of thl- kind U to "right about, face." mile, and Immediately forget all about It You know It would b an awful thing to realty take anything of thla kind aerloualy, and let It tpol you. to when really, truly nice man etme along you" would be ao for-1 lorn and utterly lmpocalblc, that he could not care for you at all: wouldn't it? (t) You know, a lot of peopl teem to be 'afflicted with a dealra to b eroat and aurly In the aarly morning, ao If you aan ward U off ntll later In th day you are doing quit well, for mayb you can aklp a whole day, tome of thfae daya. And, you know, aomtthlng at alwaye happening to .everyone, If they will toly let It But It le our butlneia not to let' it It It overcoming th detlre to weakly submit to the temptation to do the thing which w know la wrong, In no matter what term that temptation come, which make ua grow big and An and loving and generoua to all with whom w com In contact If hit aeema to b your weakn to let thing rota you and mak you unloving and unlov able then you mutt rbe In your atrength of ah right and overcome It Thl I th only way It can b done, dearie, ao let' etart sow. IVanka for your nice little ompllacnt Star Mite Brook: I enjoy reading "Between Ye and Me" very much. Will you pleat answer torn qutatlona for me? Can you tell m something that will darken th eyebrow and eye lathe t Could I djr themt It vankhlng cream harmful to th aklnT Also publish th words to "Down By th Silvery Rio Grande." Thanking yoef tn advance. I am yoars truly, FRECKLES, SprlngvlII. Utah. You cannot dye the eyebrowa and eye lathe uecettfully. ' Th eyebrow pencil are uatd to darken them. Yea, vanUhlng cream to harmful, aa It cloet th pore and cautet taekhead. Is "Down hy th Silvery Rio Grande" a eongl I do not And U under poetry. Could you glee me th auU.ora name? Dear Friend: "Jutt Between Yoa and Me" to aunty an Interesting corner. I am a newcomer and will b rld If you can furnish m th In formnUm I detlre. I am married and hav two babies, but still hav time to enjoy th Id time tonus and poems. Can you please tend me the worda to th long "Poor Llttl Joe," and to th poem entitled "In th House of Too Much Trouble"' Thee two piece will come! under my observation It printed In the Preston Newt at rre.ten. Idaho. Thanking you In advance, and hoping I may call again, I remain, Youn truly, MRS. WILFORD HANSEN. Mink, Creek, Ida. I have the poemt.you detlre and they will appear here the very flrtt time we hav apace for them, or If I have to keep you waiting too long will send them by mall to your address. I am Indeed glad to know you find helpful and Interesting things In my cor. ner, and still more glad that your duties and caret have not taken the poetry and music from your toul, and hope these will Increase as the, years go by. Dear Mitt Crooks t I '!?'"? four n,wI' to r lavat qutttiont and they helped me very much. Would you please answer a few quettlont for me again t (1) Is. It proper to go with the boys at my age? ' ant tevtnteen yean old. Is It proper to go. with a boy that Is one year younger than i yourself t (t) 1 w born , jlmurr, ?., .J"" laeVr d,r' number and color t 1 ' ... " ny Plftxl meaning for the name tile? What Is the lucky number, stone and months: () I am not going to school now: I have graduated out of the eighth grade and. went toc4 year of high school. Would you advise aa to what to dot I am working at a Job whtre 1 am .learning a good, ..Je: n ',i:,,tVr.,,"r .wm U M e and work sat t.1 ,actor' "" I l tt gc.; ,, I () ritate send as a list of gam- ' . H play at birthday party, (!) Pleats tell aw' how I could U my hair. Last time I eteai send my. ace. but I did this time. () -. yji proper to recelv presents at' Christ-sat tt et your birthday from boys you are well as.' quslnted with, and Is It proper to send mJ ante In return f Thanking you In adrar WANDA, Utah, j (1) Yet, Wanda, at seventeen It n 'eat proper for you to go occasionally with a be friend. It all depends on you and the kty Interested whether he It on year younger ar older than yourself. (2) For one bora at January, the lucky day It tald to be Sataraty, th months March and November, the ttttti' garnet, allver, gray, brown and black, til th flower th anow-drop. (8) I lad ' especial meaning for the name Lilt. () yn know to much better than I what yoa eta' do, my dear, but It to alwayt advlsabte U' to tchool Jutt aa long aa you can. It wetK eurtly teem beat for you to finish high teasel at least. If you possibly can. Lack of edacs tlon Is a handicap alt through lite, and yog' feel thla lack nor and more as Die yesn r by. (S) It Is difficult to explain a ns properly without taVlnjt too much space, sal as you have overstepped your limit of ejws tlont by fly I will hnv to refer you te ttt games described In laat week'a paper. TV.i applies to number elx alao. (7) It U asm proper to recelv or give presents of value te boys. If you ar old friends and. wish ten. change such gifts as books, pencils, etc., ft h quit proper. I am happy to have beet ef service to you, v Dear MUs Brooks: W hav bn reading your corner for seas' time and hav been very Interested. WDl yts please answer theso questions? (1) How est you make divinity without using com s-nal (t) Is li possible to be really In leva M 1S.T (S) How can you make a boy latercrk In youT (4) How can you get a date vta you want ItT (I) How la It proper to assert hin a boy atks you to go some placet (I) After you entertain beys. It it proper to tt-i another party before they return the parttl (7) ta It proper to call a boy on tha blepacaetl (B) If a boy aUala a klsa from a girl, tkewil the be offended or how thould the ttt a? I whit thould ah tay T Thanking yoa, wt nB main, ; J. and D.- Mt Pleases. (t) I hav not let located a recipe for ftvbwl without using corn syrup, and when I )l I'll send It right along. (2)1 do net Baal so, my dears. Imagination plan ye sawl trick In thla respect about this tan, bB don't take any of them seriously. (!) Afl dearie me, how can I tell ye I By httof . terettlng, might say. (4) You eaaneV-ajiajitj ray dear glrlt. (J), If you wish to go wtt-fcv&f thank him for tha Invitation and ton btaftkfJ wilt b very pleased to go- (I) Ye anljH scarcely "count" parties, could yt fsfl hav more than en boy to your paiw taH could hardly expect them all to return b) BeJM manner. Olv a party when yo asset eafl venlently can, Vegardlcaa aa to whttbt? yH "owe" on or not (7) No, not to aWtoaJB practice of doing so. only when It b railB necessary. (t) It tha were th ttrt afcfffl would be offended by such an act I'''H believe he would have the chance, A'alffl thould to conduct hcnelf that then jlS no thought on the' boy't part that he t-tVB take such liberties with her. THE TITANIC. I Within th dungeon of the deep, H Thor tleept th queen of all tht teas. Who swung assuranea at th ewes H Of ghostly peril on tht brees. And dared th element to ply B Their', angered, force at her head M That ah. might battle and defy And lol a battl left her dead I M With all th grace of a court 'H She slipped th tether of tht tab And glided far from out th port . H That bound her power and her pets. B And with the promise of her youth 'H And all tha future fat her sway, 'H She atrod In triumph aver' truth And toaMd th danger with tht taetr' m Within, her heart wa great and t ,H Without, her tlnewt itretehed I " H The very heavens seemed to plsy ; B Beside th pulse f her ttrenftbl JM And through th day and through ate tH Of billowed pleasure undlsrasyt. ' ' Her throb of fervor act to flight :H The toll ef fear, and fear obeyed. , BH Peaeel Whfl th rm waters (Use , By quirt etare from night te dart .. Ija Pearel Whll th measured hours tnw stnnj In awift deacent upon their prey I fH And there In Shrouded ellenct ttt"' , Tha stealthy taplon of tht tea, , f Whoee fro mask afar conceals ' Thedark'deeree ef destiny. .B Peace I Whll th miracle of H Yet tie her Sag In to Jetty I . Pec I Whll ah breathes her fll f Serea unto eternity I . .'aVJ And then th muffled knell of fm The flash ef fate, the riven red, M The plange unto the gulf of sleenv , And laat-the very touch of 04' . A thousand Uvea embosomed art, B Beneath the wonden of tht VH A' thousand spirit vanUhed far t ; .Beyond the waters of the. era"!. And sunken la that solemn ksa. i.anma Th careast of vessel vast YBH Wber only th weeds and n,h,2 ) Among th port-bole of the f" ;,H No msrbls monolith may m,rkV , '' H Brave tonal tht tracts of '"f.r'H Where but tht caverns, of the-iM" snaac Return th Khoea of the ton. ;fJJ And but a broken bulk of steel Crushed In lh sea's eternal . H Shall tell the distant agt stm , Where tender homage may " " And yet about that thattered eaH ' Whose glory crumbled In tn aaas Ths wavn may wind a coral sp" anaaj And weave a poem Into &"" -; M Until the heaving depths of " M And clinging beauties cl"" 'M Shall hold a monument tubllnt anaaj Unto your ceremented tleep- bbbbj And hare, sines svery torru t-rW1 H Some note of beauty on tn "J" H And not a dark despair but brli tunas A feeble glimmer to abide. g BBbbj Bereaved. benumbed, all "' ? About the orage rf the wjj-i H And honor atrength that died ti bbbbj To yield the weaker, life '"""T And white the winds and wtjjj'i In mournful requiem of WN H And chunt a great eternal dirt , Of far regret unto the t. a Thr vp e ft all the sees ttl J jm 4-l ' rfjte.iVertm curve J H ... tTf ttitr eulogy I ma' tH