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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 June 1919

"t- si - '"f 'tyr v "■ m'w> olabb history The eSenier Class of 1919 is one that tared college under the most, advene trying circumstances. The rid war was already under headway had spread throughout Europe. The ople of the United States, eyen at this irful lest time, were fearful lest we be drawn into '',the great coafliet, yet there was hope •hat this could be avoided. ,1 The boys and girls who eame to South* western a* Freshmen in the efall of 1810 with the expectation that their course would be =ut short at e due to the world war. It was ult undertaking to stay in school er such a great unrest of war condi- ■ as well as financial pressure, but freshman class 'passed through the deal and came out victorious. We were present when dirt was brok- - m pa start the construction of the Wil- liamson County Science Building. We ive seen it completed and equipped. Then in the fall of 1916 many of us Came to Southwestern, which was still open, under a shadow of darkness and depression, y...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 June 1919

h *•-. r' n B*P, The Best of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY p:;. W' MEN-.--For First Class Tonsorial Work come to The Central Barber Shop South Side Square W. S. Frasier, Prop. With Sincere Best Wishes for Students and Teachers, both outgoing and in- coming, Farewell and Welcome. W. R. MOOD The Leading Grocer East Side j Two Phones No. 55 Georgetown, Texas mMtJ If-' Iff jeK ■ THE LEGEND OF THE SAN OABBIEL When first I met this ancient man Twas on a winter's night, While birds were singing lullabys Beneath the moon's soft light. He eyed me with a quizzled look And then he stopped to cry And said, "I have a tale to tell For I will never die." "I was the goat of One Nineteen." He was so old and grey His hair had stopped its functioning And fallen quite away. His back was curved both in and out His' form was straight and tall, He was short and bent and awfully dried And hardly a man at all. "One-fifteen I entered school. Finished the year nineteen, The most unlucky scholar man The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

■''V H Hi £8 iM m1:. -' If* J: plfw 4 liaifei. /•- ,, Go to the Literary So- ciety Next Monday. -4 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1007 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME EH NUMBER 1 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1919 mW The Y.M.C. A. Needs You; : You Need the Y. M. C. A.- JOIN! U y , f . *, 4- V.yi&vS w.- CLASS OF '23 RECEIVED IN ANNEX RECEPTION FRESHMEN 'FOLLOW THE GLEAM' TO ANNUAL RECEPTION AT THE ANNEX Saturday evening, September 27th, the faculty were at home to the old and new students of Southwestern. The old students were glad to welcome the new students and to present them to the faculty who were eager to receive them. The formality of the occasion was broken by the freshmen appearing in motley array '' following ttoe gleam,'' in the form of a",lamp borne by Fish Crawford. The f upperclassmen were thrilled at the display of talent among the fish. It was predicted that great statesmen and orators wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

„ , . ■ *w. ,^11: ■ •'*' i , gl' •f'V. ■•; ■ * ®b? Hfgaphanp /• • itl\ CatabltHljriJ 1907 ®ljlrtfnttlj frar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR..... Editor-in-Chief f C. E. WILLINGHAM ..Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE .General Assistant Editor HENRY D. AIKEN. Assistant Editor "ftTOM H. GIBBS... Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES .Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN ^.Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE 8NIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR., .Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY. Assistant Business Manager .CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager INTRODUCTORY This is the first Megaphone of the present staff. We are not go ing to emphasize the fact; mere mention of it is sufficient. A state- ment of editorial policy might not be amiss in this first issue. It shall be our policy to refl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

PV v' Si WELCOME! To Old and New Students fe — ■ I . Students To Southwestern5 To Georgetown! And to This Store! Where you will find a complete line .of Dry Goods, Notions and Ready-to-Wear for Men and Young Men, Women and Young Women. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Rest Room Second Floor , ^ Quality, Service, Price . 'Sap w KM? Higft Flowers Flowers Flowers For occasions as well as for your sweetheart and for your sick friends C. L. SHEI.L, Florist Northeast part of the city Phone 177 I iS .V • —. Kft' ■■*< / ' sT) ' IwKlbi'a mmm J 1 l Call Jn and See Us 'V,' >■>. «' • ' -) V ' „ ,V„ . We would be glad to meet all of you students Nice line of goods you can use in your parties, picnics and receptions. PURL, The Cash Grocers * f 8§& We Extend a Cordial Welcome to all University Students and Professors We have all University Books and Supplies. Watch and Jewelry Repairiag. WILCOX BROS. Isn't It Fine To Be Back Again ? llfey i' Cordial Store is certainly jubilant at the fine op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

wESM™ I? iii' - ■ 11 1«|.' fl y(| ■ Mfci k 11 I \ m CLASS OF '23 IS INITIATED Many Weird Blunders By Fro ah Committed Early last week, when Southwestern students began to drift in, great Bchool of fish were seen headed for George- town and were met at the train by their various soph friends, even in the act of alighting from tho train, and by the aid of an expertly used baton in the form of a leather strap, were lined up on the tracks as they arrived and taught the well known song of '' Southwestern, Ain't You Happy." As Tutweiler soon displayed unbsual ability he wan official- ly appointed song leader. "Pug" Ad- ams was in line for this honor, but as his ability seemed .to lay largely, along the lines of speaking and acting, it.was thought best to let him devote his time to this. It is reported that he is now preparing several lectures relating to moral questions. York Scott is prob- ably tl e leading boIo singer of the Freshman class. His interpretation of '' Southwestern, Ain't Y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

. ... . .Sw*p- P5Sf2f"■ ' . : - ' v ■ ... SSBwp?"jafflff W Wmm&t), 11 .' . L. r CLUB AND TEMPLE CLUB CLAIM LAEGEST EBPEE- SENTATION IN UNIVBE8ITY ■: SI ■Hv.... ■ j _ je fololwing write-ups are from the Houston and Temple Clubs, respective- ly. They speak for themselves: TEMPLE SENDS BANNER CLASS TO SOUTHWESTERN THIS FALL For the secpnd time in the last two years, Temple has more students in Southwestern' than any other town in the State. Last fall she sent eleven boys and girls, but she is now represent- ed by the large number of,Jtwenty-one. Houston ranks a close second, but. there is no other cjose contender for this dis- tinction. ■>: r ' The old students who camo back to "Mother Dear" are Laura Courtney, Bessie Crouch, Margaret Harkey, Doro- thy Mitchell, Joe Bergin, Aubrey A. Graves, Virgil Long, Lester Leuchauer, and Marvin Neal, while the new Fresh- men are. Margaret Bassett, Grace Helen Dienst, Margaret Leigh, Anne Mc- " Knight, Thelma Nichols,'Juanita Por- ter, Velma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 September 1919

" I y K' * ®Vll *r 1 : I I w": > _Ff>y B> is? r? ■> * B""- THE FIRING UNE >v •; I a column or OTuumrr ornaow Articles for thi* column most be sign- ed bf a bone fide student of tbe Univer- sity. By special arrangement the name of the writer may be omitted when the article is published. ( ♦ mood hall's hew 8howhb8 When Mood Hall reassembled for work the past week, the most notable change in the arrangements of tbe dor- mitory was tbe ebaage in bathing ar- rangements. Tbe old stoge age bath tube had been removed altogether, leav- ing as relies only the stanp^of old lead pipes whose chief value sfcems to be as stumbling blocks for Freshmen feet. In their place Mood Hall now has shower baths. Shower baths are great institu- tions and the man who invented these adjuncts to that which an old proverb places next to godliness was no doubt a great benefactor to (be human race; but we can scarcely acknowledge a similar debt of gratitude to tbe man responsible for tbe new system...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 October 1919

f >" *fcr Jfe , T fc$ V': mi-yt .", .* Eeli u-v ja> , <> -fcf;; Kr f' • ;i":V. ' Have You Joined the Y ? •][ If not, JOIN NOW! PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 2 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1919 Support that Football Team! Come out to practice Let 'em know Eveiybody's for 'em! I 'J4 . -ill i 3HH "v .VV ii LT. RILEY WRITES TO EX-SOLDIERS OF S.A.T.C. ' i * JL FORMER COMMANDANT TELLS OF HIS PLANS FOR THE FUTURE Columbus, Ohio, October 2nd, 1919. To:— j My blessed old soldiers of the S.A.T.C., Mood Hall, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas. Dear old Pals:— I am calling you all that for the sim- ple reason that I always think of you as such. I am writing you this letter because of a promise to let some of you know my whereabouts and movements. I am out of -the Service for the time be- ing, and for the past month or more have been having a wonderful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 October 1919

~*cji y nm IHgLj Y JHpgapljnttf Cfllabliflljrft 1907 Qlljirtrrntlj $ par Entered as second-claqs mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENRY D. AIKEN Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS '. Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN ..Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN • Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.25 PER YEAR JOHN A. ERHARD SPEAKES TO Y. M. C. A. SEVENTY - FIVE SOUTHWESTERN BOYS HEAR NEW STATE SECRETARY DRAMATICS Southwestern has on her faculty a' man who is not only thor- oughly trained in the theoretical phases of college dramatics and plat- form entertainments, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 October 1919

I * ' *> J~-':'' .,'■■■ ' '' ' v-' - ^WTvp^^'v; • - :-■ c • ',• - •''• •'■™.'r^ •' • ••• >*r.'. V - . •',•••. r ™'■•" .' •' -. - . * 1 ■ .vp^jywPrt1# - 1 ■ -; ,' rP—— ''r.-y8'* V- y *< * WOMAN'S SELF-GOVERNMENT AS- SOCIATION ELECTS OFFICER S- HONOR COUNCIL MEMBERS The Woman's Self-Government Asso- ciation met last Monday evening in the court of the Woman's Building with every girl in the dormitory present. Officers were elected and vacancies filled for the coming year, after which the constitution and by-laws were read andapprovea, and all rules and regulations were read, ex- plained and passed upon. The new girls learned that they were allowed to partici- pate in their own government, only held in restraint "by the laws of self-govern- ment and subject to trial for misdemean- or by the Woman's Honor Council, com- posed of a president and two representa- tives from each class. The rules and reg- ulations are posted in the halls of the Annex. The officers elected for the Sel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 October 1919

1 I V y MT.." V! -'f1 "i. W #►~"y'? ; ,'.'"''■ tM -lEf>WWlVaL, ^"■y wmsm'} Aj THE RHYMERS COLUMN TO- I saw you on a summer's eve When night first 'gins his keep, And first I know the primal fires Through all iny body leap. And in your eyes a steady light Like glow in cold grey mist, And then I left the knowing pulse When two, first time, have kissed Your tender frame was shaken like A leaf when winds are grim, And snuggingly you clung into, Like vine to storm tossed limb. And all was like the swell of bud When first know rain or sun, And surely if such thing bo true Two hearts were two-in-one. —Boone. THE FIRING LINE A COLUMN OF STUDENT OPINION Articles for this column must be sign- ed by a bona fide student of the Univer- sity. By special arrangement with the editor, the name may be omitted when the article is published. WISHES THREE If all my wishes would come true, Like wishes never do, I'd throw them all away but three And make the three to you. Wish number one would be like ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 October 1919

F'^ • - f . 'i?V ,/ p V i The Term is One-Fourth Gone Is Your Work One-Fourth Done? iHenniihonp PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 3 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 14, 1919 ■#########################^| Remember the Red Cross Roll Call Nov. 2 to 11 ########################## DOTATION SERVICE AT Y. W. C. A. SUNDAY m i * EK r r > v I PS - = :: ■ \i:Waw t ■ # Yighting of Candles Forms Central Feature of Impressive Ceremony Sunday evening the invitation of the new members of the Y.W.C.A. one of the most beautiful and sol- emn occasions of the ; ear, took place in the parlors of the Womans Building. All of the girls wore white and * the new members each brought a card with a tiny candle attached which had been* previously been given them. The new girls took their places in the front parlor, while the old members and the cabinet sat in the back one. Be- tween the two rooms ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 October 1919

'890 unJMWST sft* W" fflWjj$v JpSgjgjjgggWTv>:«¥ggygg^jj! ■ W 4 ; ;-' ' : ■' • ' :. 'j-! * Slip ilrgaphmtr EatabliBlirli 19lir QUfirtrrntlf tjrar v§1F Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1 i) 12, at the postoliice at • Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBERT G. MOOD, JR Editor-in-Chief HENRY D. AKIN .Assistant Editor C. E. WlLLINGllAM Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor TOM H. Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES .. Assistant Editor JOE L. BE KG IN.. Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL O ATM AX .Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY .....Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON .. .> Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPT ION PRICE ...$1.25 PER YEAR TIIE HUMMING BIRD MIND. A humming bird flitted over the white vaselike flowers of a «;>■■■■ honeysuckle vine clambering over a decrepit fence in the corner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 October 1919

T^'tr-wv.?: ' -.. w^vwPT-'™ 1 W. i— v V'<->y n 1 %*?- . •■•'•r . "* "vv*'? V?«' • '•' •'.' '•*! • V.'*W 7 "", • i ' ■*': V". W ■ X .:':';r ' ' v ', •' 'VV "v •%!'•. /; , * * . . - !' T5/">: , r9H|*"?S 1 w .'•.«•■•■;.y •• P *>••*•. "V ..• > •••• - • -. . ■ v ' u J..'.'!.!'. pv I i r" Coming to The Monarch, Wednesday, October 15th ; DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, in "His Majesty the American" This is the first program released by the United Artists (the Bifij 4) Douglas Fairbanks, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford and D.W.Griffith. It is an eight part production. Matinee at 2 and 4 o'clock. First show at night 7:30. The price of Admission for this Special Ifrogram will be—Children 15c, Adults 35c. ■ i FRATS HAVE BUSY WEEK ENTERTAINING. I I I' I I I 1 * ■ r ■y (Continued front page one) covered with rich colors of South- western, sororities and fraternities in* the shape of pennants, runners and pillows. During vthe evening a dainty plate luncheon was served. The first serving consiste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 October 1919

•r • • w* THE RHYMERS COLUMN AT THE END OF THE ROAD The long, white, dusty road winds on By the meadows green and bright,. It comes to the of top a little hill. And suddenly drops from sight. Then it climbs again up the other side And turns at a little bend; Goes on thru forests and streams and towns What waits for you at the end? What waits for you at the close of day. After your toil is done, At the end of your journey down this road ' t •So hot, so white in the sun ? Does it lead you down to a cottage snug Where the smoke curls grey above, Where the wild red rambling roses grow, 1 And n woman with ees of love. Waits at the opened door for you With a welcome sweet on her face. At the end of the road is there waiting for you Such a wonderful, wonderful place? Are you a wanderer, free from care, With never a tie to bind You to the homes and to the hearts Of those you leave behind? Are you trudjring down this wide, white roa'd, Just living from day to day With never a thought, a wish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 October 1919

£ ? S • I - «, ' ■ • '«? ' ■HwJK'TflHMBBEgH Jr? J-' ■ . ON TO BAYLOR! NOV. 1st PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIII NUMBER 4 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 1919 ON TO BAYLOR! . NOV, 1st <*««*«*«******«*#«***« Jrt" rv ;*- . DEAN OF WOMEN SPEAKS TO Y. W. C. A. MISS EUYKEUDALL TALKS TO Y. W. C. A SUNDAY EVE >£Y ' 4:~ After a beautifully rendered solo,4' A Little Bit of Love," by Alice Kaufman, Miss Kuykendall honored the Y. . W. C. A. with one of her rare, inspiring and straightforward talks Sunday evening. tier subject was "What God Snould Mean to S. U. Girls." The central thought was "In all try ways acknowl- edge Him and He will direet thy paths.'' The first problem which presented it- self was how to take hold of God. In childhood we" had faith and accepted God unquestionably. But as we grow older and reach the cloudy skeptical age we need to be born again. We need to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 October 1919

./ "1 = mi p i" ■g . ikM m 0heiMrgajjlTuur Ealablialjrft 19U7 OII|lrtrrutI| Qrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at. the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR * Editor-in-Chief HENRY D. AKIN 1 Assistant Editor C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Mana ,er ERSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor IIAZEL OATMAN " Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE • ' $1.25 PER YEAR CAMPUS CITIZENSHIP The college community is a more or less independent communi- ty with some considerable measure of self-government and all the peo- ple of the community are citizens. There are citizens good and citi- zens bad in the college commu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 October 1919

• PPIPP^P'' - 1 *v • W' FORMER S. U. GRADUATE WRITES FROM HUCHOW Bev. Edward Pilley Sends "Millard's " Review" to University Library . 2. Among Southwestern 'a foremost rep- resentatives in the foreign field is Rev. Edward Pilley, a former student, whose interest is yet so strongly centered in 8. U. that from Huchow, China, he sends through the "Millard's Review" a report of his field to his Alma Mater. Rev. Pilley entered the Preparatory De- partment of S. U. in 188!>, receiving his B. S. degree in '94, his Master's in '95. He was accepted by the Mission Board before he graduated, and soon after graduation went to Shanghai, China. Here he remained, having charge of im- portant circuit work with Chinese pas- tors, until not long ago he was' made presiding elder of the Naazing District, a large and important field. In remembrance of his love and in- terest for Southwestern, Rev. Pilley sends as a gift this "Millard's Re- view," one of the foremost magazines of the East dealing wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 October 1919

:<V THE RHYMERS COLUMN BARCAROLE Small Augers on tlie silken strings, Sunset and rising moon; Far hills of lapis, whirr of wings, Of homing birds in June: And thou wert there, the twilight on thy brow— O, bitter is the thrushes music now! Beneath the scented tinarinds On some celestial trail We drifted with the purple winds That tilled our sampan sail. The purple winds blow once and not again— Oh, bitter is the thrushes tender strain. —Pai Ta-Shun. EVERYONE I saw thee on the cold bed lie With death upon thy face; 1 saw, and knew 110 other soul Could ever know thy place. I knew that form when life's red blood Went coursing thru thy vein; I" know,' and understanding, know 'Twill never be again. So still and cold as granite is, But ever free from pain, For death has drawn from thee the sting Of those who live to stain. Mere reverence for human dead The living lwings hold That none durst speak the truth of dead Nor hearken what is told. Kind hands by sister impulse led Dress thee in ...

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