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rearages must be paid In every ease easeWELCOME oa vaseTP e eWELCOME
You Y ou like Uk the new paper dont youT youTThe you youThe youThe
The new paper finds itself very much muchin
in love with the new people peopleOf
Of course the circulation i is > a very veryrge verylinge verylarge
large < rge one And from the many mes messages measages messages ¬
sages written and telephoned and de delivered deliverL ties ¬
s livered by word of mouth the expecta expectation expectation expectatlon ¬
tion of loss is not going to be realized realizedInstead realizedInstead realizedInstead
Instead of erasing era lng names the young youngmen younrmen youngmen
men of The HeraldRepublican find it itnecessary itnecessary itnecessary
necessary to extend their lists Jt listsUtah ItetsUtah ts tsUtah
Utah people both in this city and andthroughout andthroughout andthroughout
throughout the state believe in the pa paper PAer paper ¬
per er They hoped for a Journal that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would be fair and free unawed unawe < l by bypower bypower bypower
power and unbought for gain They Theyare
are very sure of those tho e Qualities qUl ltles in The TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican They wanted too tooa i
a 1 good newspaper new paper They recognise reco nl e the thefart thebe thefar
fart be t that In their new paper they get getvery getvcry getvery
very much the beat news service ever everattempted everattempted everattempted
attempted in Utah UtahMany UtahMany UtahMany
Many years ago Joseph Jo eph Storey in his hismotto hismotto hismotto
motto for the Salem MaE Register Rerlaterpresented Registerpresented Registerpresented
presented this as his confession oonf ion of offaith offaith offaith
faithHere faith faithHere faithHere
Here shall the peso the peoples rights rightsmaintain rl rightsmaintain hUl hUlmatntaln
maintain maintainUnawed matntalnUnawed maintainUnawed
Unawed by Influence IntIue ee and unbribafl by bygain b bgain bygain
gainHere gain gainHere gainHere
Here patriot Truth her glorious precepts
draw drawFledged drawPledged drawPledged
Pledged to advancement liberty and law lawAdd JawAdd lawAdd
Add those qualities to the moat mod modern modrn modern ¬
ern rn facilities s for assembling aa the news newsand newsand newsand
and give to all the proof of ability to topresent toprcsent topresent
present in fair form to the reader re del8oo readerandyou del8ooyou and andyou
you have the ideal which the makers of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The HeraldRepublican have set for forthemselves furthemselves forthemselves
themselves themselvesIt
It is a pleasure to address so large a acompany acompany acompany
company it is an even greater joy to toglvf togive togive
give them so nearly an ideal newspaper newspaperWith newspaperWith newspaperWith
With no fight against any man who whostands whostands whostands
stands for the betterment of present presentconditions pre presentconditions ent entondltlons
conditions with a perfect faith in the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future of Utah and with a pride in the thepresent theprCient thepresent
present we shall continue in happy happyStrvice happyslrvfce happys
Strvice s nIce to all oifr o patronsd patronsAT patrons patronsAT patroneAT
In the governors room yesterday yesterdayf yesterdayrpnoon
f renoon a meeting was held which whichth whichhuld
th huld < > > uld be of the greatest possible poeelblet good goodf
f r the state of Utah It was called to tonsider tonsider tonsider
> nsider the proposition to display the there therCc0urces
re rCc0urces = ources of the state tateln hi the Land and andTriicatlon andInjgoatlon andIrrigation
Irrigation exposition to be held the theming theming theming
> ming fall at the Coliseum Coll eum Chicago ChicagoTho
a Tho decision was made to go forward forwardiri1
iri1 prepare for the exposition expositionIt
It i is a matter of record that one man manfrom manfrom manfrom
from Idaho ha har sold more than a mil milli m11li
li < m n dollars worth of Idaho land in intp inthp int
tp t r past year from his office in Chica Chicago ¬
go His advertisements adverU ement are effective effectiveonly effectivennly effectiveonly
only as they bring people to his office officeAt offtceAt officeAt
At the exposition the people will come cometo cometl cometo
to tl the Utah booth It will be our own ownfault ownfault
fault if we do not convince them that thatit
it would be better for them to buy a afarm afarm afarm
farm in Utah than anywhere else elseIt elaeIt elseIt
It will be our own fault because e the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth is it will be better for them They Theycan Theyan
an get such soil such climate such suchneighbors nehneighbors sechrelghbors
neighbors nowhere else In the whole wholeorld wholeworld Aholeworld
world orld Let us prove these the e things to thethousands the thethousands thethlusands
thousands who will throng the Coli Coliseum Coliseum Coliseum ¬
seum In November and the state will willhe willbE willhe
he increased in population and in inwealth inwealth Inwealth
wealth wealthIt
It is stated that there are 50660 10 acres acresof acresof acresof
of unoccupied and good land between betweentLe
the Hot springs spri gs just north of town and andthe andthe andthe
the Hot springs above Ogden and that thatit
it can be bought for onefifth of the theU
money that would required like likeland
land in Idaho and Washington That Thatl
l is < s f I > condition which need not continue continueBut
But the only way to alter it is to bring bringsettlers bringsettlershome bringsettlershome
settlers settlershome home makers makellffr frdm m the east eastc eastHIt eastern
c HIt rn states to win their fortunes in Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The venture will cost eo t probably J500 J500It 1000It 5000It
It would be unwise to attempt to work workvlth workwith workwith
with a less sum Visitors should be beshown befhwn behewn
shown a relief map of Utah with every everymountain everyttmntain everyi
mountain i range every valley every everydesert everydesert everydesert
desert shown with the cities marked markedwith markedwith markedwith
with the altitudes noted and the gov government govfrnment govt ¬
t ernment land indicated It will be easy easythen euythen esaythen
then to tell the minerals in the moun mountains mountains mountains ¬
tains and the uses u e to which th the various varioussoils varlousons varioussails
soils can best be put The map should shouldbe
be twenty feet square so that sufficient sufficientdetail sufficientdetail sufficientdetail
detail will be developed All can then thenbe thenb thenbe
be b < > supplemented with literature lI rature and andwith andwith andwith
with the personal per onal talks of competent competentmen
men menIlr
Ilr Because cause of the center into which this thisexhibit thlaxhiblt thisexhibit
exhibit will be ushered and because e of ofth oftbf ofthe
th the very large number of visitors vf ltors ocr certain ocrtin oertCin ¬
tin to be In Chicago at the time this thisenterprise thlntfrprf
4 enterprise ntfrprf e Aeaerft de the moat cordial cordialsupport cordl1support cordialsupport
support by the people Governor Spry Spryi
t i Is in hearty favor of the plan and anhardly can canhardly canhardly
hardly fall to have the Instant support supportall
1 all our people peopleTHE peopleTH peopleTHE
Every now and then some manorvona man manor manorIna or orvina
y vina Ina takes a broad view of life near nearat nearat nearat
at hand and seeks to express its vital vitalprinciples vitalprinciples vitalprinciples
principles In a book or a play That is iswhat f8what
what Orestes Ore tes V Bean then of Spring Springvile Sprinrvm Springville
vile sought to do with the play called calledOorianton calledCorianton calledCorianton
Corianton The play has been seen seenfor seenfor leenftr
for the two past weeks at the Colonial Colonialtheatre Colonialtheatre Colonialtheatre
theatre and previously elsewhere e In th thstate the thestate thestate
state stateCorianton
Corianton presents pre ent phases of thatlife that thatlife Utatlife
life which our Mormon friends believe believeexisted believeeX believeexisted
existed eX Fted on this continent seventyfly seventyflyyears seventytlyears seventyAVyears
years before the birth of Christ The TheBook TheBook Thex
x Book of Mormon with which they are arefamiliar aretamHlnr arefamiliar
familiar furnishes the material and it itwuld itw1uld itwould
would be difficult to t find anything more morerioa morerf morerica
rica rf i1 In Incident more fraught with the thelenient theIement theelement
lenient of religious jfiniflcancf jfiniflcancfAt signidc ncr ncrAt
At the old Thalia theatre m n New Nevr
York some years ago the enst side sideJews stdeJews sideJews
Jews presentedin In Yiddish Ylddlshthepla Ylddlshtheplaof Yiddishthe the play playof
of Jonas Jo It was the Bible story but butstripped butItrlpped butstripped
stripped of the excessively tvely reverential reverentialTo reverentTo
To those people It meant more a his historical histoneI historical ¬
torical than a religious drama And it itwas itwas itwas
was wonderfully successful because it ittouched ittouched ittouched
touched the racial sensibilities Corl Corianton Corlan Corlanton ¬
anton an too presents pre ents much the same view viewwith viewwith viewwith
with the religious element added And Andso
so sincere neere is the author and so careful carefulare
are the actors that sacrilege is un unthought unthought unthought
thought of ofCortantnn ofCorJanton ofCorlanten
Cortantnn te J the son of the high highnttat highVrJet highpalest
palest and goes with his brother and andothers andothers andothers
others on a mission from his native nativepeople nativepeople nativepeople
people the Nephitos Nepbl to u 0 > convert the Zo Zoramites Zoramlte Zoramites
ramites He is beguiled with the be begullement beguilement begullement
gullement of Samson but the Delilah Delilahin
in his case losesher 1o esher heart to him while whileshe whileahe whileshe
she wins the transient dominion dominionsomewhat domlnlonaomewhat dominionsomewhat
somewhat after the fashion that Sal Salvlni SalvInl Salvlni
vlni presented in the play Samson ana ansDelilah anaDelilah annDelilah
Delilah And the end Is the triumph triumphof
of justice and right rightIn fightIn
In the play so singularly local in its itsorigin itsorigin itsorigin
origin so characteristic in its theme themethere themethere themethere
there are many good actors Besides BesidesMr
Mr Sweneon Swen on and Mr Thornis the vet veteran veteran veteran ¬
eran Luke Cosgrove Cosgrovealways always a con conscientious consclentJou conselentious ¬
scientious and a competent actor But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the charm of the piece in its acting is the thesingularly thengularly thesingularly
singularly difficult work of Miss MI s Blanche BlancheKendall BlancheKendall BlancheKendall
Kendall the Delilah who surrenders to toher toher toher
her captive a work w rk singularly well welldone welldone welldone
done She has not the robust physique physiqueof
of the Ideal temptress But she has the thewinning thewinning thewinning
winning grace which has in every age agecarried agecarrIed agecarried
carried the world captive She person personates personates personates ¬
ates the unawakened soul and she rises risesto
to compelling stature because of her hercontact hercontact hercontact
contact with religious fervor not yet yetreleased yetreleased et etrelea
released relea d from the worldWith world worldWith worIt1VUh
With such matter and by such actors actorsHr actorsfr
2 Hr r Bean givers give gl a big thought to the therace therace therace
race Underneath the banner of re religious religious ¬ I IIIglou
ligious allegory marches human nature natureadmirably natureadmirably natureadmirably
admirably conceived unusually com comprehended comrehended combreheaded ¬
prehended The play is more than thanpectacle thanspectacle u uspectacle
spectacle more than an allegory all gory It Is Isa Isa isa
a detail in that battle between right rightand rightand rightand
and wrong which has b been en in progress progresssince progreS8nee progresssine
since nee the foundations of the world And Andit
it Is creditable to Utah that one one of her hersons hersons hereons
sons has set it before the public publicTHE publicROAD publicTHE
It is always easy sy to tell another man manhow manhow manhow
how to Manage his business busln 8L And Andbeing Andbeing Andbeing
being easy eaa we suggest to the owners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rio Grande Railroad company thai thaia
a line from Marysvale to the Gmnu GmnuCanyon GmnCanyon GmnuCanyon
Canyon of the Colorado would be of ofvast ofvast ofvast
vast advantage to the entire system systemWe stItemVe systemWe
We havent even the smallest bit of ofbrickbat ofbrickbat ofbrickbat
brickbat to shy at the owners of the theSanta theSanta theSanta
Santa Fe The only error with which whichthey whicbthey whiebthey
they can be charged is that they dont donirun dontrun dontrun
run their road through Utah The Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande does It serves a great many of ofour ofour ofour
our people and a great many people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who are not ours and whom we of Utah Utahshould Utahshould Utahshould
should be glad to win as citizens citizensThe citizensThe eitisensThe
The Santa Fe people take 60000 60000tourists 50000tourJ 60000tourists
tourists tourJ ts every year from Williams on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their main line up to the Grand Can Canyon Canyon Canyon ¬
yon The Rio Grande takes many peo people people people ¬
ple through this state and if they seeethe see seethe ee eethe
the Grand Canyon they have to go goaround golUOuIHI goaround
around by b way of California If the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip cotold be made by the more usual usualroutes usualroute usualroutes
routes of travel through Utah thenumber the thenumber thenumber
number of visitors to that most JItO t wonderful won wonderful wonderful ¬
derful of natures marvels would be bevastly beti bevastly
vastly ti increased Some of the tourists touriststhrough tourf8bthrough touriststhrough
through Utah would see the natural re resources resourees resources ¬
sources of this state and would help helpthe helpthe helpthe
the people here to that development developmentwhich
which so persistently awaits the awak awakening awakening awakenlng ¬
ening hand They would find more iron ironthan ironthan ironthan
than there is in the Superior region regionmore rerlonmore regionmore
more copper than there is in Montana Montanamore Montanamore Iontanamore
more coal than there is in Ohio and andIllinois andIllinois andIllinois
Illinois put together more good farm farmland farmJand farmland
land than there is in Michigan and andmore andmore andmore
more beautiful scenery than there the is isin ilIn isin
in Switzerland and Italy ItalySuch ItalySuch ItalySuch
Such a railroad rafllOftdfrom from Marysvale to tothe tothe tothe
the canyon would go for the moat part partthrough partthrough partthrough
through villages and towns It would wouldfind wouldftnd wouldfind
find already I a country capable of sup supporting supportinr supporting ¬
porting maintenance charges It would wouldcarry wOlSkicarry wouldcarry
carry into that county a multitude multitudeof
of settlers and in a few years would bebringing be bebringing bitbringing
bringing their products to market marketThe marketThe marketThe
The Rio Grande can help itself and andthe andthe andthe
the people of Utah by building the line linesouth line80uth linesouth
south from Marysvale
I One of the local manufacturers says saysin S8 saysin 8 8in
in his advertisement that men m n in his hisline hisline hisline
line do more than any other for the ad advancment advancment advanement
vancment of a country That is manu manufectures manufactures manu manufactures ¬
factures form the principal developing developingagency developingQKency developingagency
agency agencyAnd QKencyAnd agencyAnd
And the man is probably within the thelimits thelimits thelimits
limits of the reasonable reasonableBut
But no man can prosper pro per at manufacturing manufac manufacturing manufacturing ¬
turing unless the people buy his wares waresIt
It follows then that the people who whowant whowant whowant
want their state developed should buy buyof buyof buyof
of the manufacturer whose establish establishment e establishment ta lish lishment ¬
ment is f nearest to them We of Utah Utahshould Utahshould Utahshould
should buy bu Utah goods wherever we wecan wecan wean
can get them The money we spend spendbrings spendbrings spendbrings
brings us as much value as would be bethe bethe bethe
the case oa e if we patronized a house a athousand athound athousand
thousand miles away And every dollar dollarof
of it Increases the value of a plant the theprosperity theprosperity theprosperity
prosperity of which adds something to toevery toevery toevery
every rood of ground and to the ac activity acthlty activity ¬
tivity of every other Utah business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The more factories we have here the themore themore themore
more labor will be employed Every Everyworkman Everyworkman Everyworkman
workman will be a consumer of Utahs Utahsproducts Utahsproducts Utahsproducts
products Usually he will be a home homemaker homemaker homemaker
maker Always he will be a citizen if ifhe ifhe ifhe
he wills JUs it so soWhen soWhen soWhen
When you Ou help the Utah manufac manufacturer manufacturer manufacturer ¬
turer you are helping yourself yourselfDown yourselfDown yourselfs yourselfDown
Down In York state a justice of tho thopeace thopeace thepeace
peace threatens to fine aeroplane a op1ane men menwho menwho
who 00 permit their machines to go more morethan morethan
than twenty miles mil an hour They must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be getting awfully crowded In York Yorkstate Yorksta Yorkstate
state stateConsidering sta stateConsidering te teCon
Considering Con ld lng tho recent r nt death of the theautomobillsts theautomobilists theautomobfiists
automobilists at Indianapolis Is may we webe webe webe
be pardoned for asking if it really roaUYIe isnecessary is isnecessary
necessary to develop a speed spe d 1 DC > f a mile mileand mileand mileand
and a half a minute minuteCloudbursts minute7It minuteCloudbursts
It ItCloudbu13ts
Cloudbursts are all the fashadays ta fash ajhfadaiYB htn htnadays >
adays But the women womonqr are jnt ni 1 t ryngg rynggto c cto nto
to Imitate them in their huts Tiatst hutsameo hi1 s
I ICampo t > ll llrameo I
Campo Kirby Is the only gambler mbler in intown Intwn n ntown
town who doesnt have to square square 9 9srtf hlm hlmsFf hlmspf
sFf with the police policeOnce policeOnce
Once more Mr Wellman starts to the theo
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North Pole He never fails to find some someone someone someone
one willing to help him get out of the thehabitable thehabitable thehabitable
habitable regions of the earth earthEXAMINATION earthEXAMINATION earthEXAMINATION
EXAMINATION GEMS GEMSLouisville GEMSLouisville GEMSLouisville
Louisville Times TimesDuring TimesDuriag TimesDuring
During the reading of the Declaration Declarationthe
the sohoolmaam who knew it by heart hearttalked hearttalked hearttalked
talked talkedI
I collected this examination season seasonshe seasonshe seasonshe
she said settling herself more comfort comfortably comfortably comfortably ¬
ably on the grass gra s all the funny answers answersthat answersthat answersthat
that my little pupils made Ill repeat repeatthem repeatthem repeatthem
them to you youthoetr thoee that Is that I re remember remember remember ¬
member memberHer memberHer memberHer
Her pretty lips curved in a smile and andshe andshe andshe
she repeatedEsau repeated repeatedICsau repeatedE
E ICsau au was a man who wrote fables fablesand fablesand fablesand
and sold the copyright for a mess of pot pottage pottage potDivine ¬
tage tageDivine Divine Right is the Hberty to do what whatyou whatyou whatyou
you like in church churchA
A Papal Bull Is a kind of cow only onlylarger onlylarger onlylarger
larger ami does not give milk milkPhoenicians milkPhoeniciansThe milkPhoeniciansThe
Phoenicians PhoeniciansThe The inventors of Phoe Phoenician Plfoenlelan Pifoenicbtn ¬
nician blinds blindsBacchanal bUndsBacchanalA blindsBacchanalA
BacchanalA A native of Bechuana in inDutch inDutch inDutch
Dutch Africa AfricaChimaeraA AfricaChlmaeraA AfricaChimaeraA
ChimaeraA thing used to take like likenesses likene likefleeces ¬
nesses ne ee with withCynical withCynlcalA withCynicalA
Cynical CynlcalA A cynical lump of sugar isone is isone Isone
one pointed at the top topImmaculate topImmaculateState topImmaculateState
Immaculate ImmaculateState State of those who have havepassed haltepaM4Id havepasted
passed entrance examination to college collegeThe collegeThe collegeThe
The Heart HeartThe The heart Is a comical comicalshaped comlcalshaped comicalshaped
shaped bay It Is divided into several severalparts severalpartJI severalparts
parts by a fleshy petition These parts partsare
are called right artillery left artillery and andso andIO andso
so on The function of the heart Is be between between between ¬
tween the lunge lungeA
A volcano is a very powerful rock rockMer rockIer rockMen
Men de glace glaceMer Her de glace means meansmother meanllmother meansmother
mother of glass glassMetamorphlc glaaaMetamorphic glassMetamorphic
Metamorphic rocks are those contain containing containIng contatnIng ¬
ing metaphors metaphorsFort
Fort and Fortress FortressIn aIn In forts men are areput areput areput
put and women in fortresses fortressesShort fortressesSbort fortressesShort
Short History of Keats KeatsKeats Keats wrote wrotea wrotesavage
a savage criticism on Endyralon En ymion mlon which whichbrought whichbrought whichbrought
brought on consumption consumptionA con umptlon umptlonA
A JOKE ON MULLIN MULLINPhiladelphia MULLINPhlladeJphia MULLINPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Times TimesJames TimesJames TimesJames
James Mullin an office holder at the thePhiladelphia thePhiladelphia thePhiladelphia
Philadelphia navy yard Joined the bare bareheaded bareheaded bareheaded ¬
headed walking pedestrian pede trlan club a few fewnights fewnights fewnights
nights ago agonot not as a matter of choice choicehowever choicehowever choicehowever
however howeverIn
In supervising the assortment of some someold someold someold
old material in the yard during the day dayrefened dayrefened dayreferred
refened to there was under his super supervision supervbHon supervision ¬
vision a big colored fellow who seemed to tobe tobe tobe
be shy a agood good hat hatTaking hatTaking hatTaking
Taking the occasion to get a good joke jokeoff jokeoff jokeoff
off on his superior officer he addressed addressedhis
his workman workmanSam
Sam you seem to be in need of a good goodhat goodhat goodhat
hat I have one Ill give you Go over to tobuilding tobuilding tobuilding
building No 31 and enter the private of office office office ¬
fice where you will see a panama hat hatwhich hatwhich hatwhich
which I have discarded Use that I would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather let you have it than throw it itaway itaway itaway
away awaySam awaySam awaySam
Sam went but instead of finding the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office unoccupied as Mullin thought the theman theman theman
man on whom the trick was to be played playedwas
was present pre ent and when Sam told his mis mission mlsBlon mission ¬
sion he at once saw the plot and re retaliated retaUated retaliated ¬
taliated taliatedWell taUatedVeil taliatedWell
Well Sam he said I have decided decidedto
to ask Mullin for that hat myself but I Iwill Iwin Iwill
will give you a good derby of mine that thatdoes thatdoes thatdoes
does not fit me meHanding meHanding meHanding
Handing the hat to Sam he left for forthe forthe forthe
the gate as it was time to quit for the theday theday theday
day The derby was the property of ofMullin ofIufn ofMullin
Mullin who took the joke very v ry well but butis butis
is 1 suffering the loss of a 36 5 hat hatNO batNO hatNO
New York Tribune TribuneWhenGrants Tribunehen TribuneWhenGrants
WhenGrants hen Grants army crossed the Rap Rappahannock Rappahannock Rappahannock
pahannock Lees veterans felt sure of ofsending ofsending ofsending
sending it back as tattered and torn tornas tornever tornas
as ever it had been under the new generals gen generals gen generals ¬
erals numerous predecessors After the thecrossing theclOlltling thecrossing
crossing the first prisoners caught by byMoseby byJtloeeby byMoeeby
Moseby were asked many questions by bycurious bycurious bycurious
curious Confederates ConfederatesWhat
What has become of your pontoontrain pontoon pontoontrain pontoontrain
train r said one such inquirer inquirerWe
We liavant hav nt got any answered the theprisoner theprlaoner theprisoner
prisoner prisonerHow prlaonerHow prisonerHow
How do you OU expect expe t to get over the theriver theriver theriver
river when you go back backOh backOb backOh
Oh said the Yankee we are notgoing not notgoing notgoing
going back Grant says that that all the men menhe menhe menhe
he sends back can cross on a log logYOUR logYOUR logYOUR
Captain John E Pillsbury the naval navalboards navalboards navalboards
boards new member said the other day inwaahington in inWashington InWaahJDfton
Washington of a recruit who could not notshoot notshoot notshoot
shoot shootThe shootThe shootThe
The sergeant er eant tried the fellow first at atI at5OD
600 I OO yards and he failed to come co within a amile amile amile
mile of the target targetThen talg8LThen targetThen
Then he was tried at 300 yards ards then thenat
at aw then at 100 and his last shot was wasworse was1One wasworse
worse If possible than his firstThe first firstThe firstThe
The sergeant looked at him disgusted disgustedly ¬
ly got very angry and walking up close closeto
to him shouted in his face faceAttention faceAttention faceAttention
Attention Fix bayonet Charge the thetarget thetarret thetarget
target Its your our only chance chanceGEOGRAPHICAL chanceGEOGRAPHICAL chanceGEOGRAPHICAL
While inspecting examination papers re recently recently recently ¬
cently a teacher found various humorous humorousanswers humorousan humorousanswers
answers an wers to questions que Uons A class cla s of boys boysaveraging ooysaveraging boysaveraging
averaging about twelve years of age had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been examined In geography the previous previousday
day having been devoted to grammar grammarAmong grammarAmong grammarAmong
Among the geographical questions was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the following Name the zones One Onepromising Onepromising Onepromising
promising youth of eleven yean eara who had hadmixed hadmixed hadmixed
mixed the two subjects wrote There are aretwo aretwo aretwo
two zones masculine and feminine The Themasculine Themasculine Themasculine
masculine is either temperate or intemperate intem intemperate Intemperate ¬
perate the feminine is either torrid or orf orfrigid orfrigid
f frigid
A traveler finding that he had a couptfe couptfeof coup coupof
of hours to spare in Dublin called a car carand carand carand
and told the driver to drive him round roundfor roundfor roundfor
for that time After a while the driver driverbegan driverbegan driverbegan
began to whip up his horse narrowly es escaping escapilli esaping ¬
aping several collisions Whats the thematter tbiJAatter thematter
matter demanded the fare Why are areyou areyou areyou
you driving so recklessly Im in no hur hurry hurry ¬
ry Ah gwan wid yes retorted the theJehu theJehu theJehu
Jehu Dye think Im goin to put in inthe Inthe inthe
the whole whop day drtvin you round for two twohours twobours twohours
DA D you tell her that you love her do doyou doyou doyou
you take her In your arms armsAs armsAs armsAs
As when w U1 sweethearts you first clasped claspedher alas alasher
her to your breast breastAnd breastAnd breastAnd
And vowed that you would shield her herfrom herJrom herfrom
from the world and Its alarms alarmsAs
As trembling lips to hers you fondly fondlypressed fondlypre8ed fondlyDo
ouf oufnow pressed pressedDo
Do you foodie and caress her now you youknow youknow
know that she is true trueDo trueDo trueDo
Do you gently brush bru b the hair back from fromher fromher fromher
her brow browAnd browAnd browAnd
And look into her dear eyes as thpse days daysyou daysyou daysyou
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Was ever mortal happier or ever world worldmore worldmore worldmore
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For to tink hes contraband contrabndChoru contrabndChoruDe Chorus ChorusDe
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in your business you take anything you youcan youcan youcan
can get Yea my lord replied theprisoner the theprisoner thepriaoner
prisoner noting with satisfaction the thejudges thejudge thejudges
judges judge pleasant expression As I Ithought Ithoughl Ithought
thought replied the judge Well I have havea
a sentence of four years hard labor thats thatsnot tbatsnot thatsnot
not in use just now so you may take It ItSHORTCOMINGS ItSHORTCOMINGS it itSHORTCOMINGS
She Sh to future soninlaw I may tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you that though my daughter is welleducated well welleducated welledl1cated
educated she cannot cook cookHe cookHeThat cookHeThat
He HeThat That doesnt matter much so long longas
as she doesnt try tryEczema trySCRATCHm trySCRATCHED
Eczema Broke Out on Babys Head HeadCausing HeadCausing HeadCausing
Causing All Her Hair to Fall Out OutCould OutCould OutCould
Could Not Sleep SleepSpread Spread of ofFearful ofFearful ofFearful
Fearful Disease Averted and Easy
Economical Cure Effected for forA forA forA i
When my little girl was four months monthaold monthsold monthsold
old her head broke out with eczema I Itried Itried Itried
tried but butnothing butS
everything everytl ng t tnothing
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good cod She could not notsleep notsleep not notcop
sleep cop at night and andshe andIIhe
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which was like a raw rawpiece rawpiece raw rawpiece
piece of meat All Allof Allof Allof
of her hair fell out outA outA outA
A friend of mine told toldmo toldme toldme
me about Cuticura Cuticuraand Cuticuraand Cuticuraand
and the good it did didfor didfor didfor
for her little boy
After the first cako cakoof cakoof cakeof
= = of Cuticura Soap Soa and andbox andboxofCuticuraOint andboxof
box boxofCuticuraOint boxofCuticuraOintment boxof of Cuticura Oint Ointment Ointment ¬
ment I ueed I could see a change I Iwaed IWed Iused
Wed just two cakes of Cuticura Soap
and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment Ointmentand
and my little girls head is cured Her
hair is growing fino and long and her herakin hersWn herskin
akin is like velvet Friends say that my m mquick
quick action in using the Cuticura Rem Remedies Remedies Remedies ¬
edies kept the eczema from spreading
all over her body
I still use the Cuticura Soap and andalways andnlways andalways
always keep a box of Cuticura Ointment Ointmentin
in the house hou e I used them for my hands handswhich handswhich handswhich
which were so badly chapped that the theBkin theskin theskin
skin would crack and bleed I would wouldcry wouldcry wouldrye
cry cwith rye ryecwith with pain My hands are entirely entlrGlynow
cured now You certainly have my
permission to publish this Letter l ttor in any
paper for I know how wonderful Cuti Cuticura Cuticura Cutrum ¬
cura is Mrs F Davis 200 E Indiana
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the majority of cases casesby
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gentle anointings of Cuticura Ointment Ointmentpurest Ointmentpurest Ointmentpurest
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great neat talking point with some sales salesmen salesmen salesmen ¬
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