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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, 1900. M' STUKGEONBAY, SATURDAY, APR. 7,I9Q0. FBANK LONG Editor and Proprietor. Official Paptr of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. 1 —Easter a week from next Sunday, April lStbt. . • \" —The W. O. T.. U. will meet with Mrs. .Franfc Washburn next Tuesday p. m., April • :r 'w.- '• . ' ':—The following is the uncalledfor letter list: AttQie Hengartner, S. Johnson, Mrs. Olive Johnson Mrs. MinnieKie, A. J1.Riley. —T3ie first of the blackbirds made' their appearance hereabouts on Sunday morning, being abont a week behind the robins, that •are heralded as the harbinger of spring —Capt. Geo. \"VVflson is having an addi­ tion built to his residence in the Third ward and otherwise' changing theexterior and in. terior appearance Of the building to make it more convenient. ! —At the session of the county court Tute- day the estates of the late Markus Moeller and Ellen G. Walton were settled up, and the same assigned to such persons as are legally entitled thereto,...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 April 1900

THE,ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, MOO, What is the cause Y Tell me, EVRYDICB. •if E**A. AUCI BBOWTHt. ' A dender maiden, in whose dark Mn«i eyes Qulok tears and readylaughter strove, half- h i d d e n , . t \\ % \" Whose lithe, wild beauty was a (tlad qnrprise. Walked withme once, unbidden:. '•. How doll and empty seetned the world that day! i How cheerless lay thelpaden gloomaround me, ' ^ When suddenly this little maid, astray' Amid the dim hills, found me I .. Lost in the depths of some \"divine despair,\" My fair one stole upon me, without warning I thought the glimmer of her golden hair t, Thefirst faintUght of morning The lolling music of her voice—I sighed— . Is but the fitful wind among the beeches 1 Her airy azure garments are the wide! v Dim mists upon the reaches , ' : She bent her dimpled face to me and smiled • ' Till hill and vale flashed into light before us, - • And brook and bird, to merriment beguiled. Trilled in exultant chorus I ••Oh. come with me I I know a dingle nook. W...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL* 7, 19W, I oinc. THE SUGAR Along the rale and o'er hill ? : '. I see a blue and smoky haze • the afternoons are warm and still, • And presage longer, warmer days. V lie blue Jay, on the sumach bough, \"• J : Is screaming with discordant note 5he phcebe-bird arouses now , jV'- ' *1 |The longing heart with trembling throat. - The lulls are peeping through the snow, And buried fences greet the view v On bare, brown knolls, squaw-berries glow. Or tiny snow-flowers flaunt in blue. The fresh new earth now scents the gale . As, rising from her sepulchre, ,'\"r She casts yside her snowy veil' v 1 And greets her train, who wait for her. Now stands the drowsy team asleep Before the bucket-laden sleigh. •While sinks the cruel steel ftill deep . • To draw the crystal sap away ' : \\ The steady drip from wooden lip Makes music in the soft spring air,- • And Boon the laden buckets tip ^ And waste the nectar rioh and rare. Anon the pungent smoke-wreaths rise Around the kettle's...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 April 1900

THE ADVOGATE, APRIL 7, 1900, • 'j. •TTnunnn!TnHnnn»m»ffwnnwwnAWWHWHiiinnnMnrr the in prices we quote vou\"bar­ gains in GROCERIES, of the best quality:— A fifat-class Roasted Coffee, worth 15c~lb, for.. i....... £* «v Good Soda Crackers, wprth 80 lb, lor..... — Good Ginger Snaps, worth lOo lb, for..,............ • Choice Evaporated Apples, worth 12c lb, for .. Good Prunes, worth 8c lb, for' . Better Prunes, worth 10c lb, for........... .. . .. 101M, of Oatmeal, worth 35c, for.:, Japan Star Chop Tea, worth 35c lb. for .. . .v. . .'v .. . . . s Best Patent Flour, 100 lb. sack, worth 82.20, for'. : Best Brands of Straight Flour, worth $1.80 and $1.90 for.. 1 lb. Ivorine Starch and 5c package of Wax,\"worth loq, for.. 10 Bars Good Laundry Soap, worth 35c, for .. r CARPETS—We can St you out with.a carpet:at from 4-0° *0 $],25 per yd. 1 Smith-Bassford Co mrnmrnm* .., 23c .$2.00 *1.75 NEWS OF THE COUNTY. SKViSTOPOi. Miss Hester Laurie has gone to Milwaukee to receive treatment for th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

t - . / ' . I * u i I f K \" f u H ' Historic**80****? Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies For this week's edition We use neither pa* tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel, $1.50 per year. VQL. 39--NO. 1 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 14,1901). $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Are Finally Released. Corferries Nos. 2 and' 8 succeeded iu releas­ ing the ice-cruaher Algoiryih and Ann Arbor . No. 1 late Friday afternoon of last week, hav­ ing little or no difficulty in performing the work after getting through the hefavy windrow of ice off Sherwood point., After having ac­ complished their mission the two carferries continued on to Menominee tovtake on a load of cara, and no trouble was experienced in reaching that port. After getting free of the ice No. 1. though somewhat crippled by having so much iron torn off, hooked on to the disabled Algomah and started for this port in the channel made by the NOB.# and 3. Progress |was necessarily slow, and early Saturday morning the....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, Al'RIL 14, 1900. . KASTKK UUBil, . . \" Br Buy A AtlCIt BHOWSF. t- The Minster-loll. with silvery tongue. Times the slow footfalls of-the Hours: The room, with royal Samite hnng, Glows -with an Eastern wealth of flowers. Taint, through the golden-latticed pane, • ' ' The pearly drifts of moonlight shine, Cooling with opalescent ri.iu , The hearth-fire's garnet tint of wine. \"SBe Orient's passionate odors blend ^ With.the soft splendor of the beams ' Hoon-clustered, crystal astrals send Athwart the gloom, like broken dreams* Oh. not'when young May's tender skies Roof the wiH Spring with'starry blue, And through the gates of Paradise / Her mornings come with bio jm and dew Hor where, in Iran's blushing bowers, imperial June reigns all the'Vear. jtreWeeter birds or lovelier flowers f Than mftko an en lless summer here! - JSttd from this palace chamber, bright With arras dashing green and gold. A vast hall stretches into night, 'Neath twilight visa'd arches old: Tsee. thr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 14,1900. A APAIL JESTWI© : Xheard two robins singing in the wood,» I •vv. One April day, /And what'they Raid toy heart weB nndwstdod, That April day •'••.' \"Oh. lore is sweet through all the bnay day- ' , time I . • | Oh, love is true in winter and in May-time 1\". But then, yomknow, the hour was Folly's play- f: , time, : ' tit 'Twm April day. 'And I, to keep in tone the merry birds, •X) ' That April day, , Sang with them thoughtlessly some foolish • wonls—. '• 'Twas April day \"My love is fair, I could not help but choose , '\"Kim '• • MylPvois wise, ohl what could Irefuse him. ' This April day?.-' \"Yet shonld he hear me sing, let him beware— fv.. 'Tis April day, -i And if I say, 'I love him.' have ho care— • ! s .'Tis April day. The token that he sends—oh, yes. I kiss it Andif he sends it not, I sorely miss it . Bat promise, song.'or kiss, now pr$y what is it, On April day!\" Singing and langhing' through the woods I came. That April day. , . Until a clear...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

THR ADVOCATE, APRIL 14,1900. T HE A DVOCATE. ^Entered in thx Pot®fflct at 8turg«ri Bay, WW.,« -.. tecond-dass mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT8TUR- ^ GEON BAY, Wia PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. . $1.50 . .78 .80 KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. O n e y e a r . - . . : • • • • Mx months-*... ...... Fori)? months. -y... Two months , — ...v... Single copies .............. ........ .« ' Two dollars will be charged it notpaid Within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APR. 14. 1900 Up to Wednesday the British war office liad issued a return to the effect that ,25,000 officers and men had been put out of action 'in the South African war. Of tfieee 211 of. fleers and 1,900 men had been killed in ac­ tion. • Peck's Sun has once more suspended pub­ lication, and it is not at all likely that th6 corpse will ever be resuscitated. A strictly humorous paper published at Milwaukee .. cannot be made to pay regardless of who prints it. . ' More than $300,000,000 of 3 per cett. government bon...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

^APHIL 14, 1900. Ml THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT SATURDAY, APE. 14, MOO. FRANK' LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —House room is a very scarce article in this city, and farfrombeing equal to the demand. '•••\"'7 —It is stated that the \"Miller Brewing Co', ot Milwaukeewill establish, a depot in t.Ki city with H. H. Fuller in charge. „. —The following'lettera remain uncalled- for at the local postoffice: MissLizzieHaf. farman, Mrs. JohnBavar,Albert Olson. —Sixty families hive petitioned Bishop Messmer for authority to form a new Catho­ lic church, society and to build an edifice at Sawyer. - —The Easter services, to be held at the M. E. church next Sunday have been post­ poned for one week, to occur at the same hour and place. —The \\V. C. T. TJ, will give an \"ice cream social at. Washburn's hall next Thursday evening, April 19th. Admission 10 cents. All are cordially invited. ° 1 —The car of the * state fish commission was here...

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

THE ADV0CATE7 Ara \\ •RAS ROBIN. JOHN G.jWBirniB. My old Welsh neighbor over the way, Creptslowly out in the sun of spring, ISished from her ears the locks of gray. And listened to hear the: robin sing. Her grandson, paying at marbles stopped. And cruel in sport, as boys will be, \"Tossed a stone at the bird who hooped From bough to bough on the apple tree. \"Kay.\" says the grandmother, \"hare you not heard. My poor.\" bad boy, of the fiery pit. And how, drop by drop, this merciful bird. Carries the water (hat quenches itf 'He brings cold dew in his little bill. And lets it fall on the soul Of sin: You can see the mark on his red breast still Of fires that scorch as he'drops it in. \"My poor, bron ruddynl my breast-burned bird, Singing so sweetly from limb to limb. Very dear to the heart of our Lord Is he who pities the lost like him I\" \"Amen l\" said I to the beautiful myth \"Sing, bird of Gojl, in my heart as well Each good thought is a drop therewith To cool and lesson the fir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, APKIL 14, 1900. zx: A SPRING REFHAIN. •V Bright on the hillsides,set against ihe ion- • The glad grass ripples to the'west wind's feet . •}: Bright in the orchards buds are long begun— \" Blossoms and bursting leafage freshly sweet Daylight • hath stood to', hear : the linnet .sing: Nay, sweet, nay, sweet, this is no little . thing. ' • Harkl for the birds seem like tp burst their . throats.. •• •' In sheer glad-heartedness for earth grown bright Xburlc ! from each pasture land andplose .there floats ' Antiphonal outpouring of delight , : Snch is the litter gladness of the spring: Nay, sweet, hay, sweet, this is no little thing. . \" •• i • * Hard by cool shallows of the sapphire sea ' Bright-breasted sea-swifts flash above white • foam Have they no word of hope or fear for thee— Hope that.thy happy heart become Love's. homej Fear, lest to far-off lands he soon take wing? ..' Nay, sweet, nay, sweet, this is no little thing. -\"Store'not,\" they say, \"for any land unkn...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 April 1900

I'C : A Pointed, We feel particular proud of the fact that we enjoy the reputation amongst the trade of being head­ quarters for prices. For the next 10 days we will allow 10 per cent, discount on all Dress Goods. • Rush in and get a dress pattern. 5 pioces of Black and White All Wool Check—worth 75o per yd.—at. ..58c 3 6 pieces of Black and White Mixed Wool!Check—worth 50c—at.......38c 3 15 pieces Mixed Goods of Assorted Colors—worth 25c—at 1§c s 10 pieaes Mixed Goods of Assorted Colors—worth 40cr-rati. ....... ,.28° » pieces MiSed Goods Of Assorted Colors—worth 50c—at. 35c z 5 pieces of All Wool Golf Plaids—worth $2—at... , .... .$1,65 s 3 pieces of All Wool 48-inch Grey Suiting—worth $.175—at1,00 \"3 20 dozen Ladies' Belts, consisting of Pulley Belts and Dog Collars in plain and patent leather at . ... 25c, -35c, 40c, 50o, 75c and $1.00 | We want Butter and Eggs. Pay the highest market price. J Smith-Bassford Co. j •liuiniiimmmimiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiuiiiiiiiininmiiiiiimii...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

We use neither pa- tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel, v $1.50 per year. •., , -• .• I . 1 1 ' . / ' v Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies For ibis week'sedition VOL, 39-N0. 2. • STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900. *l.fib A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Stuck in the Ice. The Mary Milla went out' Wednesday af­ ternoon but when abreast, of. Sherwood Pt. became feat ina windrow of ice and here . remained all night. Early Thursday morn­ ing the steambarge Geo. Burnham left port for Menominee and she also got stuck in trying to help the Mills through Both craft succeeded in getting out of their pre­ dicament about noon and were soon after lost sight of on their way to Menominee. Green Bay Ice Condition. Green Bay is still full of ice, which i^ badly honeycombed and on the move con­ tinually. The wind has not yet been heavy enough to break up the field to any great extent and has not been from the right •quarter to clear the bay of the encumbrance ' Thursday .the wind was ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

•XJ A- '/i a : ' ' .••. :••-•\"• '(. THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 21, 1900. 1. PARAIISIC. ^O, Paradise mast fairer bo J Than all on earth excelling ^ 5' *0 would that i, from trouble free, Were there seonrelfd^Uing! In paradlae a river clear OC heavenly love is atroaming:. Whore brery bitter earthly fortr . A Ifttfcl pe&rl ib gleaming. \" J'• \" In Paradise'soft broesjos blow TOwrthe^thVhotfovon The pangs and pains that here we know They waft away forever . In Paradise, on greenest glade, The tree of pone© is planted The elooper underneath its shade •/ Bat blissful dreams is haunted. For ©very thorn that gave a wonnd^ A rose will there be borne itfei And joys that hero no rqse^fonnd , With rosy wrpatha^adom me * There will all pleasures breathe and bloom That hero mtfimoly withered,. And bloasctfns rare o£ rich perfume KrpnCatry stem be gathered. All that was here my heart's pursuit. Will grow from hour to hour. From tender frond as golden frait. As snmmer'a opening flower. The blight...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

r#' • \\: •Advocate, april 21. ii* 1900, i. rv IS JLIFK WOBTB U^ISfi} Is life worth living? Yea. so long ' ' As spring teviTes the year, And hails us with the cuckoo's song. To show that she-is here v 80 long as May of April takes • la smiles and tears fifcsireli, r : And windflowera dapple all the brakes, • And primroses the dell : And children in the woodlands yet S Adorn their little laps - With ladysmock and violet, And daisy-chain their cape , While over orchards daffodils • Cload-Shadows float and fleet, And ouzel pipes and laverock trills,. i And young lambe back and bleat ' So long as that which busts the bad, . And swells and tones the rill, .Mates'springtime in the maiden's blood. Life ia worth living stilt Life not worth living! Come with me, Now that, through vanishing veil • Shimmers the dew on lawn and lea. Arid milk foams in the pail Now that Jane's sweltering sanllght ' bathee , With sweat the striplings lithe. As fall the long, straight, scented swathes Over the rhy...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

ADVOCATE, AFRIL 21, TRTE ADVOCATE JhUnd in tAt jPmtQfflei fU 8tunrton J3ayy FFl»., at ' « tea/M-clati mail matUr. PTOM6HED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TOB GEON BAY, TO PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. . Oneyear....... - •i.BO fix months * .75 Four months ......i-*.. .80 Two months — f® Single copies .... Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APR. 21, 1900 The jury, at Frankfort, Ky., has returned indictments against ten men for the mur­ der of Groebel, and their trial will take place in due time. And now comes flie report that the* Popu­ lists will take up Admiral Dewey and nomi­ nate him for president at their Convention to be held next month. | The Boers have got Col. Dalgetty cooped up at Wepener, and unless the relief sent him arrives, soon he wiil have to surrender: The British casulties have been consider, able. Attorney Vroman is about to leave Green Bay for Chicago, where he will enter the le­ gal firm of Flo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

Tȣ AIW£#^:APRIL 21, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. 8T0BGEON BAY. SATURDAY, APB. 21. 1900. PBANK LONG, rEditor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. MEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. | —A neat office has been placed in the in­ terior of John Fetxrstein & Co.'s music store-. j —Only the best and most interesting mis- cellany is found in The Advocate from week to 'week. .{\" ' .—Archel Forge has purchased his fath. \"• er's residence in the First ward. Consider- [' ation private. - j —-The shingle. mill of the Pankratz Lum- j ber Co. will start tip next Monday, and the j saw mill on .or abont May 1st. ' 1 —Theod. Berntson has taken a position on the bridge here in place of Emil Han­ son, who . is driving the delivery for Smith. Bassford Co. —Eggs were -jiever more plenty or any lower in price than they were during the Easter season this year. The hens had got in their work in great shape. —Frank Toseland came down from Bai. .leys Harbor with the mail stage in three hours and a half T...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

f»EM^ATE, APRIIi 21, IN vA'aAlijWA* »•Â». BTUBUI lb •**«. ' ^ibroW of moa in ft rnilwar «ar Bat talking of many a thing Of the prios of goods, and ofthewar, Th» weather, andtardy 8prins ' They stopped at a roadside very soon, • For a maiden, yonng and fair. With face as freeh as a rose inJnne, . And a wealth of bright brown hair. n. Jost for a moment all\"wore»tiH, Thona yonth said, with a jeer, , . \"She'a]oui our set if she had her will. Old yon Wher glance tip hem? I'll jest step forward and apeak to her, And hamor her Utfle plan \" &n$ he smiled the weeJiiuid silly smile Of a vain and thongbtlieast m. \"Sit still!\" said one, in a corner chalet \"If yon hare a sister, sir, Baspect the Bisters of other men,. Though bat for the sake of her. How wonld yon feel if she stood there. And I, with a scornful jeer. Should ask—forgetting my own bold stare— 'Did yon see her glance np here?'\" IT- \"That's so,\" said another, angrily . \"And it might have been my Grace, For she vis...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

1 ,'4A.v lome. THE HOBSE ASD THE DOG AND • THE MAN. ' », £:' 8. X. KI8EB. r': k~ • The horse and the dog had tamed a man and fastened him to a fence: . Said the hone tp tho dog: \"For thelileof me, I I' . don't see a bit of sense In letting him have the thumbs thai grow at thb - aides of his hands, do yon?\" : * And the dog looked solemn and ahook his head and said: \"I'm a goat if I do.\" ^ The poor man groaned and tried to $et loose and sadly he begged them: '8tay! Yon will rob me of things for whichl have use by cutting my thambe away! Ton will spoil my, looks, yon will canse me pain! Ah, why would yon treat me so? -i . As I am God made me and He knows beat! Oh masters pray let me go!\" The dog.laoghed outaud thehoree replied ! \"Oh, t^e catting won't hart! Yoa see • ' J \"* i We'll have a hot iron to clap right on, as yon did in yonr docking me! . - • tJod gave yon yonr thumbs and all, bat still the Creator, yon know, may fail To do the arifetic thing, asjie did in famishing m...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

:T^: AI^6ATE' AFRII/ 21, 1900. M A iMUVAV »K |/ BI Ut,Ut & BABE. , A iorowd of men in a railway oar talking of many a thing\". Of the price of goods, and of the War,. The weather, and tardy 8pring. , They Btopped at a roadside very soon. For a maiden, young and fair. , With face as fresh as a rose in Jnne, . \\ And a wealth of bright brown hair. • n. • Jost for a moment all were still. Then a youth said, vrith a jeer, • ' . \"She'd join onr Bet if Bhe had her will, bid yon see her glanoa up here? . ril jast step forward and speak to her, And hnmor her little plan \" Atijl he 'emiled the weak and silly smile Of a Tain and thonghtleas man. nr. \"Sit still!\" said one, in a corner chair \"If yon have a sister, sir. Respect the sisters of other men, Thongh bat for the sake of her. How would yon feel if she stood there, And I, with a scornful jeer. Should ask—forgetting my'6wn bold stare— 'Did yon see her glance tip here?'\" IT. \"That's so,\" said another, angrily 'SAnd it might ha...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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