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THE YALE EXPOSITOR, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1909.
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Sold by all Jruggltti at 25c per hotlh SIGH HEADACHE Positively cured by CARTERS these Little Pills. Tbey also relieve Dia trees from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem IVER PILLS. edy for Dizziness, Nau aea, ZrowalneaM, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coat ed Tonjrue, Fain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. Tbey reg-nlata the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Facsimile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES PACKING STOCK fltID EGGS We buy outright at top prices. No commission or cartage charged Mail bill of lading and mark pack nges plainly. Weekly quotation on p--cing stock sent for the asking MORRIS & COMPANY U. 8. YARDS, CHICAGO aswk you I CARTERS rinriE I f IVER THE STORY 1 i IB, .. A ft if : ... W . m - -Hi V 'mMjfJ- Memorial Day jM si si i i j ... A IR WALTER DESANT once pointed out the su perior significance, Inter est and character of our national holidays. An Englishwoman last year discovered the beauty of our Memorial day. She was a guest In an old New England town, and missed nothing. either of preparation or observance. She helped "gather flowers for the children, who came begging them all day, and listened to their confidences: My grandfather, he was a soldier. There's flowers and a flag on his grave, anyway, but we bring flowers, too." "This basketful's going to the ladles of the post; they're making up bouquets at the hall." "No'm, these ain't for the soldiers; they're for our baby. I've got enough to most cover the mound, it's so little." "My, them laylocks'll look fine on teacher's desk! YeB'm, we decorate for the exercises, and take 'em up to the cemetery aft erward." On Memorial day she attended the exercises; saw the rows of young faces turned attentively toward the fine old man In faded uniform, who spoke well and simply of the duties of a citizen In war and peace; heard the children sing; saw them salute the flag. Then came the procession the old soldiers, most In carriages, a sturdy few on foot; the town officials; the militiamen; the boys' brigade; the fire company. witn tne crowa sne followed to the ancient burying- ground. She saw blossoms and little waving flags placed where lay men who bad served In the Spanish war, the civil war, the Mexican war, the revolution, and under a quaint stone, lichened and aslant, a soldier of King Philip's war; not one forgotten, not one neglected. She observed how everywhere, In every burial-plot, there were more flowers; how, naturally and simply, the day was coming to be one of re membrance, not of soldiers, only, but of all the honored and beloved dead; how friends, meeting among the fra grant paths, talked quietly of those cone, or of the great historic days; or noted with appreciation the grace pf memorial garlands or the beauty of clustered flowers. It happened that she was a woman who had seen parades and pageants and state solemnities In many lands. She had kept very silent, and her friend, fearing that, to her too-experienced eye, the dignity of the occa sion might have been Impaired by oc casional crudities and rusticities, and a decoration here and there In ob trusive ill taste, expressed her doubts. "No," said the Englishwoman. "Where all take part, there must be flaws like that. They are nothing. When I think that every year, every where In your great country, there are scenes like this, in a spirit like this I believe I have never in my life seen anything so beautiful." Youth's Com panion. Grow Too Old for Parades. As a day celebrated only by Tet erans of the union army, Memorial day Is rapidly slipping Into the past i'he veterans are growing too old for the parades which, until within a few years, were Its most conspicuous fea ture. ' In the south, where Decoration day was formerly observed on dlf-. ferent dates In different states, the custom has grown of celebrating May 30, which until recently was an exclu sive anniversary of the Grand Army of the Republic. OF THE DAY k ... . t The Meaning of the Day I t 5 ... ... ... ... --n 111 Al.t AAi. A AAAtiili TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT if"- iuriy-uue years uo xyzZCTW north and the south T- m . V A days have decorated the graves of their boI dler dead of the might iest war of modern times and the greatest war of all time in the cause for which it was fought. In the be ginning the south, honestly and sin cerely believing that it had a right to withdraw from the union, proposed to exercise this right peacefully If it could, forcibly if it must. Its com plaint was that the north would not in good faith keep the national laws made to protect the domestic insti tution of the southern states slavery and was continually encroaching on It with new laws, and the south wished a separate government in which such laws would be supreme. The north insisted that the union was indissol uble; that once having entered It, states could not withdraw. As a question of law, this could never be settled. It is pitiful to see how our fathers for years argued and demonstrated and quibbled over an interpretation while in the background loomed the real question, dimly discerned, never wholly confessed, and ignored, as much as possible; while as If to drown consciousness the talk about "inter pretation of the constitution" grew ever louder, until the south struck. It ordained the dissolution of this union and fired on Its flag. Then rose the curtain on the red drama that cost a million lives before the curtain fell. Confused in the beginning, the theme gradually unfolded, the back ground became clear and the pro tagonists were disclosed in deadly 6trlfe, not over a petty text, but over the question of human freedom versus human slavery. The fathers had eat en the sour grapes and the children's teeth were set on edge. There could be no compromise. As long as this country was to bo the heritage of those that made it, the one idea or the other must prevail. Freedom won in a blaze of glory, with a trail of re flected light, seen clearer this day every year, as the diminishing rankr of the boys In blue march to lay flow ers the rue of sacrifice and rose mary for remembrance - on th graves of "Those that have died al ready." This is the personal possession of the union soldier that he fought for the cause of human freedom. And Memorial day has this wider and unique significance that it . is not merely In memory of brave men who "gave the last full measure of devo tion" for a cause they believed was right, but that that cause was human freedom! It abides. We that come after them have a like battle to fight, and the same old foe with a new face. All slaves are not black. All slavery has not the outward and vis ible signs of dungeon and the lash. We are still, as Lincoln said on the field of Gettysburg, "engaged in a great civil war testing whether a na tionconceived in liberty and dedi cated to the proposition that all men afe created equal can long endure." And in this war north and south clasp hands and stand shoulder to shoulder. Common to All Americans. In many parts of the south Memo rial day Is now Jointly celebrated by survivors of the blue and the gray, and the custom Is growing. As ths country comes more and more to cher ish as a common inheritance the ralor, fortitude and self sacrifice of that con flict, it will become universal. tixixAiii,tiiilllAllllli TTTTTTtTtTTTtTT TTTTTTTTTTt' I To the f I Devoted Dead A Memorial Day Poem it. ?TT TTTTTtTT TTT TTTTTTTTTT EYOND a golden sdgs, the skies Ars sapphire; drifted argoslrs Bear April's showery pearls away. But leave their rain bow tints sur passed On field and wold, the, flowers of May; Departing May; that in her arms These Infant blossoms, of her charms The dearest, gathers; and her last Farewell bestowing comes to cast Them on the mound of Memory. With martial step and roll of drums What spectral host Is this, that comes Hetween the gates that guard the deadT Haste they to seek the willing bed? Jmpatlent la the grizzled head Of daisied pillow? Say not so! While yet their Winter passeth slow Jlere blooms perennial their Spring; And here the pledge of Hope they brlng- And Love that dleth not, bestow. Where once their heart of youth was fals Jts rich florescence, white and red. Upon the field of strife to shed- Folded, the petals that remain; The morning glories of their youth That drooped not In the midday drought- Have shut on Peace; as to a stem Stripped bare, the banners cling of them All. hath the beauty vanished vain Their glory to Invoke again. About the feet of these that stand Jieslde the headstone, hand In hand. Who once were foes their children kneel And break the close turf's emerald seal, To let the sweet rain find the roots Of grass and flower, and the shoots (f rose and myrtle bid to grow, That, o'er the dust In love entwined. phall breathe upon the Summer wind Bweets from the mold they bless below. Ah, let the banners come and go For old remembrance; dip them low Above the Dead that dared and died; God knoweth who are Justified. About His Work He moveth slow; The roses fall, the roses blow lie will not hasten tho' we flood The Earth with our Impatient blood fsor that avail, of all we shed. To paint one rose a deeper red. Nor heeds the Rose, If of the clay Jleneath, the tint be blue or gray: Nor Love, while human 'tis to err. Shall be Truth's hard Interpreter. Plant nothing over me, that keeps My heart apart from him that sleeps As faithful in his narrow bed As I in mine shall; with the Dead The Dead are reconciled nor we Dare break their hallowed amity. Plant then the myrtle; blue and whits Its flower, as Southern suns delight To deep Its tint or Northern snows To blanch Its color; plant the rose Both white and red and for the stsri The periwinkle; fade the bars Of separation: stripes as red As the one blood their fathers shed. Bring ye, and bind the Peace that saves In unity, these sacred graves. The Flag! their sacred heritage. Their children's children shall engage. Their sponsors In a new baptism For them to cherish; let that chIsm On their dead brows descend, and bless The ancient bond of faithfulness With Its renewal; so shall we March onward to great destiny; Nor one untoward memory stand Between us, in the Motherland. John Harrison Mills, In The Sunday Magazine. ! ! The Change I of Years i 4 4 4 AA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiE------Tf VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT THE sentiment which sur rounded Memorial day with feelings of sacred character, when it was inaugurated 41 years ago, has in a measure passed away with the lapse of time. Then the majority of the people of the United States had the graves of fathers, sons or brothers who had given their lives to the union to mark for honor and tender recollection. The memories of the great struggle for the union and freedom were en hanced by personal memories of the dead. The lapse of years has wrought an Inevitable change. Even to the older part of the community who retain the memory of the civil war and its heroes the freshness of the recollec tion fs lessened by the passage of time. The greater part of the com munity is a new generation, whose knowledge of the events originally designed to be commemorated Is ob tained by reading or at second hand, without the force of personal memory. Naturally, therefore, the progress of time has made Memorial day an an niversary of honor for the principle pf patriotism and of the memories of the dead, more than a revival of the personal feelings that hallowed ths first two decades of the observance. hip Sis Don't Poison Baby. pORTT YEAES AGO almost every mother thought her chfld must havo PAEEGORIO or laudanum to mako it deep. These drugs will produco sleep, and A PEW DEOPS TOO MANY will produco tho SLEEP FROM WEIGH THESE IS NO WAKING. Many aro tho children who havo heen killed or whoso health has teen ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling cither of tho narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling them " poison." Tho definition of " narcotic " is : "A medicine which relieves pain, and produces sleep, but which in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, convul sions and death. 99 Tho tasto and smell of medicines containing opium aro disguised, and sold under tho names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups," etc. Ton should not permit any medicino to bo given. to your children without you or your physician know of what it is composed. 1 OASTOEIA D0E3 HOT CON TAIN NAECOTICS, if it bears tho signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. .ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. A(ableIWimionforis. ting ute atomac&s andlkwds of Promotes DfcesttonJdwifi1 ncss and RestontoIns ntiita Opiuni-Marphiie narMacraL NOT NARCOTIC. 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