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THE BEE: OMAHA, -WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
The Omaha daily Bee
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1wifQt wiuiame, eirculatina aea(r
I in, awe reuisnine t&nvmu).
amy sarera, says tnai tba everae'e '
eireulatloa. tur tha raooia o April. laU
tueeerlbed la my oreeance and tworn
to keior aia iaI and day of May. ltiJ.
tatfe.i HuBLRT HUSTkJt.
SeaaertWre laavtaa tha ally
feaapamrilr afcoaU have Tk
Bra aaalaa tkeaa. . Addraaa
will be ckaaaad a alias aa re.
Tba t girl graduate get
aweeter every year.
Senator Hoot all! prepare a good
i peach Jutt the mud.
No nan refuse to ma when
office takee after bin. .
What waa it, eaa anybody tell, that
noed Pro liar Fos to get Into the
It lit question ' wblch It the
worse, imoklng or trap-hanging oa
street care. . i
"Irery June baa bar. Joy, ex
claimed the orator. ' And June. It
nearly here. '
. ilany crook are aald to be driving
t tagia la New York. Tea, and tome
re Hdlng ra tbem.
' That lateat 111 odor from Ttiaa
politic may have been wafted from
tta bumper onion crop.
' Mr. Bryaa baa only hinted he haa
Barer come tight out and aald be
would not run If cheeed.
A t -pear-old Georglaa weighs lit
poaada. Or. Wlley'a boy will have
to go tome to beat that.
If the ma Oroao wrote hie name
O'Roeco, there might be a fighting
i cbaaee for tboea Maxloaa rebels. i
Little Cub bae onoe more been
declared not guilty, but at the tame
time admonlahed not to do It again.
Toung . folka ttudytng grammar
ahould be taught to hold the auper
laUrt degree la reserve tor emergen-
It goea without laying that the mu
aidant in national convention here
ahould have t harmonious meeting.
If you bad 17.000,000 of borrowed
money dapoelted la the banks coating
yon f sot a day, what would you do
No more bathing an aatureHe In
Omaha parka. . If. that doea not stop
thla carping criticism of our moral,
' Betting la tea t one in New Tork
that Bryan will not get tha nomina
tion. That completes hia dark-horse
A waiter at the Hotel Astor is
planning a leisurely trip around the
world. Hope be may not be annoyed
by the tip .nuisance.
Tha . achievement of Immediate
and eompaiaory' purchase of our wa
ter worka la a brief period of nine
yean is atlll not so bad. ,
All will rejoice at Mr. Morse's re
tara to health, assuming, of course,
that be will not ret u re to the un
healthful ice buslneea.
Tea members of the bankers' col
ony at Leavenworth have made ap
plication tor a change of residence
Sort of ran oa the beak.
tseretary of War Stlmaoa answers
the tuestion. "What Is the matter
with Our Army," by saying "Nothing,
the matter la all with our people."
: A a to speeding fine at South
Omaha have been speeded op aa high
aa f 50 aad coats. When they reach
that point rn Omaha, the scorchers
may slow down.
The " battleship Nebraska ran
aground ia southern waters the other
lay. but the old prairie atata. It
self, is riding the tea aa calm and
safe as yoa pi
Seme awn ralee Banner on their cheek,
othara aa rAer check PtUle4iphie 1b-
atnr. , , v . . -.
.Yea, and ome ra! ' it on the
check of Other met
Ai to Police Said.
Although it may 'not conform to
popular notion. The Bee does not
hesitate to say that except for par
ticularly defiant law-breakers It doea
not believe in the efficacy of police
There are occasions and offenders
that justify the extraordinary pro
ceedings, and where, perhaps, the po
lice raid offers the only way to make
a forcible impression of the suprem
acy of the law. In cases of ordl
nary violation of police regulations,
however, the rsid with its spectacu
larism rarely gets results commensur
ate with the effort, and too often
Inflicts hardship and injustice upon
The court records will show
practically no convictions, except on
plea of guilty to charges carrying
but nominal penalties, of people
caught In raids in Omaha since the
first of the year. The cases that
have been successfully fought could
have been prosecuted with better
chance Of securing convictions had
evidence' been quietly obtained, as
could have been done, without flush
Ing the ' game through a raiding
party. In the meantime our jails
have been filled with scores of by
standers. Innocent or otherwise, un
ceremoniously hauled through the
streets In police patrols, and com'
palled to spend part or all of a night
in prison aad go to the trouble of
finding bail only to be discharged
when arraigned. ,
What we mean to say la that
Omaha eaa be cleaaed up of boot
legging and jolnta, of crap gamea
and disorderly place more quickly,
much easier and . more effectively
without the raids than with them,
although cessation of the raids might
deprive notoriety seeking sheriff
and police officer of their chief
stock In trade.
Th Titanic Report
The finding of the Titanlo invest!
gallon committee, throwing upon the
dead captain the burden of the blame.
must be aa Impreealve proof of the
grim fidelity with wblch Senator
8mlth and hla colleague pursued the
truth 'amid the melancholy mate of
wild ttateaienta from scores of wit
nesses to this appalling tragedy. For
human nature revolt at tuck an tr-
ralgament of t dead man, especially
one who died a heroically a Captain
Smith, whatever hi neglect or short
coming my have been. It would
havt beta sailer for mea let scTSpu-
loua or conscience, to fl th( responsi
bility on the llvlrvsj Ismay Instead of
the dead Smith, on the ahlp owner,
who managed to save himself, while
1,80 of bis passenger and patrons
went down with the captain, particul
arly alnre the captain could hav
saved nlmielf and would not. V Is i
, Surely this Is one official InvetM
gatloa that haa don Its work ftitb
fully with a grim regard only for th
fact; U set an example aad fur
aiahee a rebuke to the many farcical
public Inquiries w have had. It 1
to be hoped England will not bt lea
Impartial la dealing' with thoa living
whom this committee name for chas
Nothing new aa to what really
caused th dlsaater waa brought out
It was a monumental tribute to the
mad mania for speed, which Is one
of . the scandal of our age. The
ship Itaelf waa the last word In the
sentence of shipbuilding, but It waa
poorly manned. Inadequately equip
ped with lifeboat, over-speeded
and . utterly obvious to warn
ing of danger, careful, appar
ently, of nothing but the spectacular.
If no we turn from this saturnalia
and tober ouraelve. we (halt have
don all that remains to be done. In
the meantime, with the proud owner
of the veeeel there to hi added
greyhound make a new world' re
crrl r the aeas, and eecaplng, th
world i not likely to give up It first
Impression that somebody else be
tide' the dead captain waa recreant
Influent of Ajricnltnral school.
That college president could not
have been thinking of the agricul
tural college whea he estimated the
Initial practical value of an average
graduate to be f a week. There la
authority tor the statement that agri
cultural college, numerous aa they
are, are not turning out enough
scientific farmers to. meet the de
mands at an average salary of Il.tOO
year. . A Wlaconaln Journal tell u
that eome of theae young men before
graduation, are filling place that
pay from ItOO to 13,000 a. year.
Thla must be encouraging to our
back-to-tbe-farm movement, tor with
such an Influence upon that move
ment, the agricultural college ahould
continue to broaden and extend it
power In thla very needful Social aa
well aa economic work of equalising
In population of city and country. An
education in agriculture that doea ao
much to open up such profitable field
of employment la bound to grow In
At first many, particularly farmers,
lauxhed at the agricultural school.
Just as msny lawyera laughed at the
law school. But evidently the farmer
college la doing n practical work, a
work which the farm haa net ao well
doae. When the art ot making two
bladee of grata grow where but one
grew before becomes ao profitable to
young mea aa theee reports indicate,
scientific agriculture ia not going to
lag. So. therefore, the agricultural
college seems to offer new hope for
the lolutioo of, not qnly a distinct
farming problem, but a problem that
ia wrapped up as one of the most
vital elementa In our whole social
Th Graduate tad tha Candidate.
Nothing it freer than speech is
America. No people are more ulked
to than we are. There Is seldom a
time when we are not called on to
listen to agitation from the public
platform. Whea It ia not politic
ind the politician, it la tomehtlng
else. Jutt now, while we wait upon
a alight lull in the strenuous political
campaign, we turn and perceive the
becapped and begowned college
graduate atealing upon ua, hla bead
bulging with knowledge, hie hand
heavy with the roll ot hla polished
nreachmenta And th. im.H. n.lM- McOonaah. with muate y Ibe A. O.
,1. .ill n vi a
' ... ..-" iv ftfiui ysiivui lull
althout cracking a smile, for be has
Just aa much right to lecture u
upon our shortcomings, to propose
olvent for all our Ilia aa has th
politician, who atepa down from the
rostrum, to let him up. And If there
I any difference la the balance ot
the respective right w would feel
like giving It to the budding college
orator. HI graduation would be in
somplete without his oration. Lit
would oon lose It poetry without
him. We sort of look forward each
June to hi coming and prepare our
selve for those same old precept,
grown dear from repetition and time.
This year hia little visitation will
seem especially refreshing after so
turbulent a siege of another kind of
aratory, and tha end not yet la sight.
Thirty Scotch Bridet-to-Be. ,
Thirty brldea-to-b come over in
one steamer from bonny Scotland,
most of them with destinations be
yond the Mississippi. How natural
that the good women ot a iturdy rac
should find their men iolk awaiting
them oat here in the rugged west. It
hows, of course, that these Scotch
wains, when they cam to cast their
lot in America, chose aa the place to
prepare home tor their aweethearu.
the wast with it boundless freedom,
It teeming opportunities It native
strength. For only amid uch condl
tlons and aurroundlnga would a true
Scotchman feel most at home.
And the west has a welcome for
the thirty brldes-to-b coming to
meet their thirty countrymen. The
Scotchman' dynamic Influence had
long been felt In American life an1 tor
the moat part it haa been ennobling.
There It something very netr the
beginning off, Scotch training wblch
makea for character, for Integrity
and It I ao deeply Ingrained In th
boy that It eeldom get loet In th
maa. ' Th Scotch conception of th
home, th family altar, la an exalted
on and that It an Influence, In Itself,
w noed today. For thla, our country
will warmly walcom the thirty
plighted laealee from Scotland and
wish them and their helpmeet wall.
Ovr In Chicago It ia proposed to
mk slovenly aad unkempt appear
ane cause tor dismissal of school
teacher. It It a fair argument that
no matter how capable a teacher may
be, neglect to make t presentable ap
pearance seta a bad example for Im
pressionable young children. Our
observation of Omaha' school teach
era, however, lead u to believe that
tha enforcement of such a rule here
would not make any vacancies on
the permanent Hit.
Our new commission plan gover
nor have waked up to the danger ot
spending more money than they have
at their disposal If they keep on In
creasing aalarl and creating new
of float at th rate begun. Better
put on brake before the apeed limit
I fractured Irrevocably.
the unusual delay In letting pav
ing contract 1 being experienced In
Omaha, this time being charged up
against th confusing courtdeclslons.
A paving season started early and
completely finished , before frost
strike would be unique.
Colonel Roosevelt saya be has
never before In the thirty-three years
he ha been In politic "felt uch
unadulterated satisfaction in any
campaign aa thla on." It aure ha
been one bully campaign.
Senator Lorlmer discusses the
weather when asked whether no will
resign or not It la thla Indifference
to whtt th public, i Interested in
that often bring public men Into un
Texaa, we are told, produces about
one-fourth of all the cotton In the
world. If that la correct, we can
forgive Texaa for a tew other native
" a garpriava la Stock.
Primaries are (real, yet the national
convention reserve the old-faahloned
rlcht to .print a surprise ot two.
Mearlac a Wlndaa.
' Chicaeo Record-Herald.
Thla weak wlU about Bind up the boat-
aa of aelectin delegates to the na
tional convention. In that respect at
at It may be retarded aa a goo
The tort urine of aa anarchlet la Cali
fornia and the burntnc of a aware at the
take Ht Texaa shows that barbarian Is
confine te no section, but. unfortunately
talnte human nature everjnrhere. turk
Jawlesenesa at no punishment of crime.
but la In Itaelf aa Incitement te crime and
It guilty besides of out real r,( tba dignity
of toe law. brtntlnt it Into contempt and
thereby contributing to la meftlctency.
IhbDav in Omaha
COMPILED f RCM KKt FILf
Thirty Years Ago
The Nebruka Society (or the Prevention
of Cruelly to Animate held a meeting la
the council chamber with Dr. Georce t
Mlller In th chair. . E. B. Kennedy waa
elected president; Mra. James W. Bavaae,
corresponding secretary; John T. Bell.
recording secretary, and E. W. Slmeral.
H. T. Leavltt, afarua Dunhant Mrs. J.
B. JardlDe and Mra. P. L. ferine were
cboaen for executive committee.
The Emmet Monument association cele
brated the Mod birthday ol Thomas Moore
In Kuony'e hall. The addreea waa by F.
lH - band. Joon Northrup and atisa Mc
N'amara and recltatlona by ttada Crow
ley and Meaara. Kmytn, Feeney and
A performing bear held a crowd of men
and children entranced today oa Famam
The work of -making Jefferson rtreet
pasaahla. from Dudge to Farnsin haa
The game of base ball between the
Little Rocka and Reeolutea yesterday re
sulted In a score of 1? to t in favor of
the Uttle Rocka. .
The front of the new warehouse ot Pax-
ton A Gallagher on Tenth street Is pro
nounced " the handsomest piece ot archi
tecture In tha city."
Everything la In readlneas for Decora
tion day tomorrow. The notice that the
poatofflce will be closed Is signed by
Thomas t. Hall, postmaster.
Mlaa Lisas A. Pennell offers to give
instruction In vocal music at her resi
dence at th southwest morner of Twenty-
ninth and Burt,
Twenty Years Ago ,'"
Billy 8unday and Jlmmi Manning
played with Kanaaa City, which defeated
Omaha at Sportsmen's park, t te I
While assisting in moving a house be
longing to Nelson Hetde. Eighteentb and
Douglas streeta, John Oleson. a laborer,
waa Instantly killed. Oleaou was a middle,
aged, man .living at Thirteenth and Jack.
son street. He was unmarried and worked
for Paul Plats.
Mesnrs. Euclid Martin and H. 6. Cory
ell and wives returned from a ten-day
sightseeing trip to Washington. New Tork
Omaha and Council Bluffs were In great
excitement over the shooting In the streets
at Council Bluff of two men. Jack Wade,
a hack driver, who waa killed, and W.
M. Jones, general manager of the Sand
wich Manufacturing company, fatally
wounded. Tha tragedy grew out ot the
robbery Of Jones, being perpetrated by
several men. '
General Wesley Merrltt. commanding
the Department of th Dakota, went on
a tour throughout his department accom
panied by First Lieutenant Oscar J.
Ten Years Ago
frank U Gregory of Whitehall, N. T.,
and Helen Rhoades of Red Oak, te ,
were married by Judge Vltonhaler. The
bride and groom Intended to jo a the
Ferris Stock company.
Omaha, with Mordecal Brow In th
box and Oondlng behind the bat beat
De Moines snd climbed over Kansas
C!r Into first placs again.
Mayor Frank E. Moo res discovered that
hla fame had extended te Europe, whea
t letter came In hie mall from a love.
sick, man-hunting woman of Blrming
ham. Eng.. who addressed him as "Te
His Worship, the Mayor of Omaha. U. a.
A.," and confided that shs waa once
married to a Jeweler, who had the habit
of beating her and aha craved Hie Wor
ship's good offices In aiding her to locate
a kin young man of marriageable years
and discretion In this neck of the woods.
Plana for the Nebraska Funeral Direc
tors' association convention In Omaha In
dicated far from a dead time. Mayor
Mooree was slated for the opening ad
dress and Rev. E. F. Trefs for the Invo
Councilman Fred Hoye drew up a chal
lenge to the couaty court house crowd
for a ball tame between the city hall and
court house. Councilman Lobeck w to
catch ana Councilman Ik Haacatl cover
first tor tha city.
People Talked About
A Boeton maa announces a aure cure
for th high cost of living fsst for thirty
days and then to wlhtout clothes.
Evidently he overlooks the hlih cost of
a funeral procession.
Inatead of gating awestruck at the
soaring prices of meat the government
Invites attention to the lowly cheese, two-
thirds ot a pound ot which la equal to
a pound of meat In prolate substances.
Quit chewing the rag. Cheeee It,.
President Tsft's personal property
schedule returned to the board of as
sessors of Cincinnati, shows a total of
74.M. Last year hla total waa tM.U
Governor Harmon return a hows a drop
rrom ta.bn isst year to tat, 220 this year.
The figures argue oa both sides of ths
question of expanse of office holding.
Owing to the sacred nets of the Ohio
primary law which provided ae mesas at
Oiling vacancies caused by death or
otherwise, voters piled up a whooping
majority for R. H. Jones, deceased.
candidate for alternate to the Chlcagr
convention. This la an uncommon way
of bestowing compliments on a dead one.
"Caged daughtera" la a catchword that
has much vogue In English just sow to
describe whet was formerly known st the
supemuoua woman. The problem doee
not lighten, and the newspapers are full
of arguments aa to the desirability ot
sending shiploads out to colonies where
wives are In greater demand than at
By a decree of a Chicago court the
Counteca de Beaufort cuts loose from the
count and resumes her maiden aama,
Irma Kilgallen. I leee than three years
ef married lite the counters suffered six
beatings and toe many minor crape to
keep tab en, all because aha could not
reach Papa Kllgallan'a wad aa regularly
aa the count piled up gambling debts.
The gilt on the title couldn't hide the
Passing up vocal and floral bouquets
to Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, who hae be
come a dad at . ahowe the value of
publtelty. But the pure food booster
laga aupertluoua tn the record race. Dr.
David Allyn Gorton of Brooklyn at the
father ef twins and he le peat The bate
Mr. Thtry, alas of Brooklyn, author of
the arbooi- savings system, lured the
stork to his heme at 83 and M years re
spectively. Doe Wiley le a kid dad as
well as a kid's dad-
Supposing a Case
Samlatloai mm Fayreee -aVated
Sat Weatate Clertaral
WORJ.D B WORK.
The constitution requires that the presi
dent be elected by a major'ty of the
votes of the electoral -college.' if ao
candidate have majority, then the
bouie of reprtaentatlvft ehalt choose a
president from among the three candi
dates receiving the aigheet number of
electoral votea, "But la choosing the
president the votea shall be taken by
etates, the representation from each
state having one vote."
What would be the result of a vote
In the house ot representatives, "the
representation from each state having
one vote?" The house upon which the
election would fall ia, of course, that
now In existence. An Inspection ot its
membership reveals sn exceedingly cur
tout state or sffalrs. Voting by states,
the house would be tied as between a re
publican and a democratic choice.
The allegations from four states,
(Maine, Nebraska, New Mexico and
Rhode Island), are themselves ties. Re
publicans control the delegations of the
twenty-two ttatee thown on the left la
the table following; democrat! predomi
nate' la the delegation! of the twenty
two etates shewn en the right of the
Oklahoma , 1
Texaa - -Virginia
Who would become president in ess
ths houe of representatives failed te
elect? -. ; -
Th centtltutlbn provides:' "And It th
house ot representatives shall not choose
president whenever ths right of choice
shsll devolve upon them, before the fourth
dsy of March next following, then the
vice president shall act aa president.
What does that mean? That the el
vlrerestdent shsll go Into the new term
acting president? But he cease te be,
vies president on th fourth of March
Does it mean that th vie preeldent-eleet
shall become acting president? But If the
electors havs tailed to choose a president,
they have also failed to choose a '
Tn meet that case, the constitution au
thorises the senate to choose-aa-vice
president ons of ths two candldatee re
ceiving the highest number ot electoral
At present there Is a small republican
majority In tha senate, but a number ef
republican senator are growth Wd and
their majority has been substantially de
creased by deaths even within the last
year. It le quite conceivable that the sen
at might be unable te choose as vice
president one of the two candldatee re
oelvlng the highest number of electoral
vote. But, even If the senate could an
did elect a new vice president, would h
be the person deeignated by the cenetl
tutlen to "not at president?" It would
so seem en the face ef H; and yet there
I plausible grpund for holding that ths
constitution I net dear enough te war
rant thla assumption. At least ons emin
ent and famous legal authority, who has
given th World's Work his opinion, be
lieves that under the conditions suggsstad
there would be no vice president compe
tent to become acting president and that
ths succession would devolve upon the
next tn line, namely . the secretary of
state, a continuing officer whose .terra
etxends scrota ths fourth ef March line.
At beet, the whole subject la surrounded
by grave doubts.
HOW EDITOES SEE THCJGS.
Detroit Free Freest Dr.- WHey WlU
seen discover that all the, exact edenee
la the world won't eootae a baby. Some
times only a mother knows exactly where
to look for th pin.
Chicago Record-Herac: Much of ta
trouble that comes to peep and Mnv
of the dlsaatere that occur are due t
the modern desire to break record. If
It were not for this desire It t aet prob
able that anybody would area wish te
eerve three terms as president
Philadelphia Record. The anthracfe
coal companies are making a sertou
blunder by arranging to ralee the prior
of domestic sitae. It will, as Indeed It
should, concentrate public attention upor
the means ot rectifying a serious abuse.
The coal carriers are getting Inordinate
profits and coal consumers are paying
inordinate price for an article ef prime
8nr!nflald Republican: The federal
military success; s la the Mexican civil
war are reassuring and gratifying news
They cause the shadow of American In
tervention to disappear. PTseldant Tsft's
nonintervention policy la being vindicated
It waa easy to jump rn "to protect Ameri
can Interests." or "In the name of hu
manity." but there would have been the
deuce of a time In gettlna out
Leulsvltls Courier-Journal: Charles W
Morse, who Is said to have paid tSCOOt
ln the way ot lawyer's tees and other
legitimate expensesfor his freedom from
tha penitentiary, has returned from Eu
rope looking well and apparently enjoy
ing aa good health aa the average man at
hie age. He says that a physician at a
German spa told him that ha ought tv
Hve "quite a while." Whether he meant
monihe or year Mr. Moras, deecreetly.
doee not know.
For Tender Faces
I fallspensable for those subject to set
nets, rouehniat, sad ether inttauoaa
of the akin. A ibaving luxury. No mug.
no taggy soap, ae germs, aa watte ef
llateor mower. In nickeled box. Se- .at
noreterbymeu. Liberalaaaspai free.
address "Culicure,' Dapt-JS, Beaton.
WHITTLED TO A FOOT.
"What we want." said the eloquent
laa, "la higher and more refined leva .a '
"Of course." lep Ud Farmer Cometoseei.
wearily. "II s a shame the way us rough
men aet out and haarle for corn aud
' potatoes when me might be sllppln'
I ear am urns and araintn' art mean rama-
len. nasmngton etar.
"I am Indlaed ta ewepert the sobriety
of the last student la our data"
"Whea I a lied kirn what were his
favorite studies la omlthologr, he re
plied, swallows, larks and bats." Baltimore-American.
"Haa George proposed?"
"No, but I'm ong to take bias Is
"Why, Qeorge can't a wire."
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Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Our cook hae been with us for two
"How eo yoa account fee that?"
" "tbe'a readlne a continued store In
the weekly magaalna we subscribe to."
a.anaa city, journal.
Manaawr-Tee. we need a man: It's In
our packing department. Had any expert-
AppMcant-I've taken leaaona In bozine.
"He a In the automobile business."
"How de you knew?"
"I Just overheard him telllns hla friend
that he made tS.ejOSUo tn the last twenty
minutes." Detroit Free Press.
frits." said Mra. Lanellnc. who waa ex-
hlbttlrur. the Dholoarash album to tha
caller, "Is a picture of a second cousin
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" S05GS OF LONG AGO.
Jams Wlutcomb Riley.
A song of long ago:
Sing it ll?!tly-eing It w
ting it eoftly-uhe the lisping of the lips
we used to know
When our baby laughter spilled
From the lad hearts ever filled
With mueic glad ss robin over trilled.
Let the fragrant summer breese.
And the leavee of locust trees.
And the apple buds and blossoms and th
a lngs of honey bees.
All palpitate with glee.
Till the happv harmony
Brings back each childish Joy te you and
W here ths tumbled pippins burn
Like embers In the orchard a lap
tangled grsas an fern.
There let the old path wind
In and out and on behind
The elder press thst chuckles as ws grind.
Blend In the song ths moan
Of the dove that grieves slone.
And the wild whir of the locust, and the
humble droay drone:
And the low of cows that call
Through the pasture hart when all
The landscape fades sway at evenfail.
Then, far away and clear.
Through the dusky atmosphere.
Let the walling ot the klldee be the only
sound we hear:
O ead and tweet and low
Aa the memory may know
la tha glad-pathetic song of Long Ago!
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