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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

JOHN R WaWeP p r tens & Vezien L4. -, Ship Chandlers and Gro~ers Attentran to Railroad Orders. ri - 348164 MVORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALIERS aim. •~C. Oats. ta , a Wrduw ser la f Wn. . 1Up0 John Kleinkemper, ueries , Wines and Liquors, Wood, CoaL Bay. Corn. Oats Bran, Etc. k alv"~,A k d ao of Cms. Cmerw ALs ad Vem r sen sm. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE 5aitar) Imprevensent New anyagensent Turkish, Russian and Sulphur baths 5O Conts PLAIN BATHS ls Cebts cad Chiropodiat in Attendame* Ladle.' Day Every Day ilt.J. L. CASAUBIEILH, CHRroPoDIsT CIHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor COti Street -.--- - - -- Now Orleans eIwm Cleaning aind Preuag Club Pb.. Mai 212 18E1 $1.00 Deposits Welcose Iii- GenOrmni Trust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2,000o000.00. 3 211 Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS } 31-2% on Savings AL Quality and RK Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. Sprada's Cafe LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing DELICATESE...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

THE HERALD PUBLISHWD EVERT THURSDAY. fatered at the Postomece at New Orlenas as Second4Clas Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRILTION. One Copy, One Month, In Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year. in advance. . 00 a Df. C. V. KRAr...Editor and Proprietor Address all communications to Dr. C. V Kratt, No. 5o00 erret Street, New Orleanes, Ia. 'hone. Algers 50i. NEW ORLEANS, . UGUST 8, 1912. T'FI HERA.LAD may be found at the fol- I THE HEALDA (Algiers OAce), 500 Ver TILE ISERALD (City Omce), 823 Perdido street. tClIROIDER'8 BOOK BTOB, Opelousas Avenue. GNO. E. BAYES. Slidell Avenue. Subcribers fallug to get THE ALD regularly, will please notify the bod nes Manager. No. 500 Verret Street. Please nd communications for publics en as earl as possible, and not later thaa Tueeday night. All communications, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn Amentiobe will jes dances and personal meneons will te ettrt e n in T o ThE e IR tree Ihrge. Ne comuunicaion wrll e re ceived unless ign...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

Amusements 1 o Theatre Pictures. Vaudeville. Night, beginning at 7 R. A. Tansey Mgr. 0'S Theatres ......814-816 Canal St EAM....117 St. Charles St THEATRE... 1033 Canal St. THEATRE .926 Canal St D ...316 St. Charles St UP.TO-DATE Pictures Daily. wall Theatre Sigh Grade B burlesque Oaly High-Class Artists SMATINEE DAILY. I 1is Was Enlightened. .ds approve of the imperti dat perhaps in the following SgaeltY street car passenger - than he deserved. He eonductor it he knew litail train left the North Sam being answered in the he exclaimed offensively: " that this road employs so r" "Just to look after that travel on the cars," 'a ictor's quick retort. pt. Debt Collection. the world does owe all of but the question of collec which does cot seem to be way to be settled. It is a eot that there will never 'len brilliant truths and ehes as those which were world by the aelncients. 6 bhelm in reflecting that ire before we were and the first chance. and Coencre.. t Mlghtning on concret IgM be...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

Love and Art It w-)s hIt" -hurt time after LIori mer bu:lt h's hngalow until his pop ularity w  Atlished in our neigh borh(elo " o' :.:'e groves and mag noli. tl-r..... IIts studio was a ;,hlce for sight sor',o is well as a pleasant re sort for :I i;als and neighbors. Others s::ccumbed to Lorimer's in fluence because they found him re spotislve aind congenial, but I imagined that he attracted' me because he was my contrast. It was he, himself, who discovered that our natures, beneath the surface, wcre positive and not neg ative, and w Ith that discovery he swept away all imagined barriers between us, placing me at once in the heart of the company that haunted his bungalow. He said to me one day as he looped a Persian drapery behind his model's chair: "Tladale, you have the depth of artist-instinct, but you haven't the gift of expression. "You don't even talk. These others, for instance," waving his hand in the direction of the chatterers just gone-"these others talk about everyt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

er and ivention ;Rates -v SUNSETI TO RESORTS IN IFORNIA ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe y throughout the Sum Rats are in effect June o September 301:, 1912. : "Safety and Com fort." Locomotives, Electric Signals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation et Cars. ur service best in the partiulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St. I L Phone, Main 4027. City Passenger and T'icket Agent. lkerature furnished on : request. :E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Books, i 6ds Tobacco. asd Cigarettes. Attsatioa. Slidell Avenue TEE Magazine rat makms Fact Fiction mum m n Rwll .5mmeasamw Ser of he WMro Mechanies ne haT" s sd eme ) Into a Wired House for a house with al modem mproUvements, see for electric ligh-tis as setimal as the plumb kA House Wired for Electric Service es and comforts notI obtaluile otherwle electric heating and coking, the use tof electric things electrica. A .ll, labor sawing and you like is not wired, ask the ladkrd to have wll do it wi t fn or bother to y, asR at to him. Railway & ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

Algerines at Law. HEALTH BOARD STOPS SUSSLIN FROM DOING BUSINESS. Adolphi Suss in, iho conducts a bak ery at tie corner of Vallette and Alix streets, found iiimt.lf in what is said to be serious trouble with the Board of lthalth. the board in addi!ion to bringing a suit against him in the Civil Distr, t ('ourt to prevent himi from furtheri operating his bakery at Alix and \'allet t streets, filing sev eral ullidaxi;s in the Second ('ity ('rin inal tCourt. chargingl Susslin aIth hay ing dirt., utensils in his bakery. with not screenling the baker., and with vio lating the sanitary code of Louisiana in nuimerous particulars. Susslin was ordered hI, Jiid-te Skinner of the ('ivil District ('olut, in the proc.edings be gun by the board, to show cause onil Tuesday. Aug. t;. at 11 a. mn., why the injunction turayed for against him shoul d not i-isute, and that in default of Sasslin .howing cause that the in junction issue as prayed for and with out bond It is for Susslin to show, if he can...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

Dvo Ito the UpbIdimgl of th West 1ide of the River. "A very Ilve and Creditable weekly newpaper."-MANUFACTURER8' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1912. No. 14. "', .. i .i.I .u I I III mm II Iaa a a I mII m use I I I I I u IIaa SONALS D OTHERWISE. S J. Borne, Jr., George G. aad Ben Hintz spent Fri y at the Security Club Gillin after spending a few Adams, returned Sunday. Meyer and young sister after spending a month at w Bayou Cook, returned g were the guests of Capt. the after a few weeks visit sad Kraft families, re etgsomery, Ala., Tuesday. w. Iennox and Miss Maude a spending two weeks at Soebel returned from psday, and left today for to be the guest of her aunt Pefferkorn is visiting er prior to her return to s., where she will make in the future. Mr. Fred, who recently was made in the round house at , for the Iron Mountain, sare on the 19tlh to loot pmient of his effects here Mrerkorn left today foe to spend a few days with Mrs. C. V. Kraft. S.A upp a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

Heart of a Child "Have you any boys?" I was accosted thus by a mite of a lad with dusty shoes and lunch box in hand at 4 o'clock, as I walked along a quiet country road. I was on my way to the postofce half a mile dis tant. He was going home from school, I inferred from his box and the time of day. Now, I have no boys, and I love boys, and I did not like to tell the truth about it and answer directly, so I fenced. "Why, are you out looking for boys, laddle?' I smilingly ques tioned in return. His blue eyes looked up into mine with the sweetest, shyest look from under the longest of curved lashes, and his little round freckled nose was tipped sideways in the friendliest oway, while his lips began to draw down in proper shape to make a busi ness reply. "Yes, ma'am, I have some tickets to sell. They're 10 cents, and you can see the ball game." "Oh," said I. "Are you going?" "No, I guess not. It's way down town, an the big boys are going to play, some from our own school." "Oh, I see. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

JOHN P. vtW N, Pu.n tens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers gcmntln to Ralrtead Oneai pro@p kno.eO g*S1I MORGAN STREET. PHONEl ALSIERS 1t . C.%, Ots ae stm w iwd S.u a wr. I ue ohn Kleinkemper, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Cool. Hay. Cora, Oats, Bra., Etc. ....nsrd Fvss o cbres. Cume Ati nd vTwst Skuse THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Sukwy Impovenwut New anajsnnwnt Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS tS osets a.d Chiropedist in AttndecW Ladies' Day Every Day t l)t .J. L. CA8AUBIEILH, OfRIOPODIaT CHAS. HANTEL, Preprieter Street - - - - - - Now Orleans cFa a'nd Preas Gaglub Pbls. Mal 28132 811 $1.00 Dspeaieo Wick... ii - Genranla Trust & Savins Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2,000ann00 Camp Street 811 Common Street t ALGIEBR BRANCH AITTERSON AND VERRET STREETS 3I1-2% on Savings O AL uuality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET EF Feto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENLS ~' e prada's Cafe LIQUORS and Jutl t Ferry LandinL I ICATESSEN ------------- " tomers Me t atty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

THE HERALD PUIJBIaHD BVERY THURBDAY. Meteed at the Postofmce at New Orleans as Second-Clam Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Month. In advaneo .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance... $1.00 13. C. V. KRIEAr...dltor and Proprietor ddress all eommuslcatlooa to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street, New Orleuas, IA. Phone, Alier 03. NEW ORLEANS, AUGUST 15, 1912. ,am HERA may lbe found at the tol ']M ERAL (Algiers Osl6), 600 Tee eTinM 1 ALD (City Oice), 823 Perdldo WCHtROaUM s BOOK erMrom, Opelous oAUn. U. AY l.dell Aveue. liers failing to l THU RU ,ss Manager, No. ~Oefrrti street. Please send co unlatlo for putlc a tloas as early as possible, a net later Alla lcto suh. . . letter from Speolmand news notes of a lawn , da-ces and m1 onal mentlom will (smarted is TB E1 RMLD free ot are No commuleskaton will be w do not iCb la ychaotr with the eemnn atloS unless you ee state but we must nsslet upon having your same as a guarantee of good faith. O UNCOUNCL ! BROWN G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

Amusements Iemo Theatre Metion pictures. pelite Vaudeville. Every Night, beginning at 7 R. A. Tansey Mgr. roe's Theatres N..........14416 Canal St. DREAM....117 it. Charles St. THEATRE... 1038 Canal St. IC THEATRE..921 Canal St. MLAND ...316 St. Charles St. UP.TO-DATE Pictures Dalily. nwall Theatre NHigh Grade Burlesque Only High-Class Artists MATINEE DAILY. ALL UNDER NEW MAN AGEMENT. SStailr to Open 45 Weeks BEn -Memmet Late This lonth. iremwall theater will pass into eta new management short a August 31 will throw Ms s-es for a new season in bur luans S Stair will bring a stock company here from I, censisting of forty noted hmous Baby Doll chorus. comes here direct from weeks' season. Dinkins and Stair have OGrenwall theater for a term hav.e arranged to send to the best burlque eater SChicago and New York city. Msm gentlemen are old-tim burlesque field, having run companies in Detroit. JIrsey City, and it is safe they know just what the o this city want Both at the present time wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

MUFFLED KNOCKS. "Auntie, you remind me so much of w my dear old grandma, except that she didn't shave the hairs off her chin; abhe let 'em grow." "I always like to hear you talk, doo. tor, even if you don't say anything worth listening to. Your voice is so musical." M "You boy is a bright, handsome lit tle fellow, Ruggles; he resembles his mother, I imagine." "Youll be glad to know, old chap, that business has picked up amazingly F. since you retired from the firm." W "I always did like that graduating J. oration of yours, Phill you recited I' H' beautifully." Tl hl Looks That Way. ch "I wouldn't want to teach school i these days. I watched a school teach- or or one day not so long ago. She show ad one class how to whistle. then she did some rapid-fire crayon work, mod iJ c!j4y.PA playe- .n tile 0lin." "Well, what about that?" "Seems to me that a girl with all these accomplishments would do bet. ter in vaudeville." A PERPETUAL WARBLER. Sstop at nllht, I belev Not In avor. J. r," id ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

miner and Convention Rates -VIA SUNSIT S TO RESORTS IN ALIFORNIA AND ALL THE WEST Ion Rates are in effect pe iogically throughout the Bum Rates are in effect June lt to September 30th, 1912. MOTTO: "Safety and Com fort." Jirning Locomotives, Electric sock Signals, Standard and Tfourist Sleepers, Observation Ibrary-Buffet Cars. g"ing Car service beat in the -br Nfall particulars apply at TICKET OFFICE, 227 St. St. Phone, Main 4027. Ensign, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnished on request. E. Bays, Jr. * Newspapers, Udls School Book Goeds, Tob.cc, sad Cigarette. 0m at oemf is mm. . spt Atteaties. '41 Slidell Avenue Magazine -1t mshn Fact Fiction 9grrase wa ~mmemeag UeM ofim WeW* alaM II w ill hI e u i ei U Mechalnps Rb Lams seme.>~ uu w n marm * OacpANICB s whIme Into a Wired House for a house with ai modern Improvement, ee for electric igt- is as esential as the plumb - A House W1ired for Electric Service and comforts not obtainable otherwis electric hasting and c...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 August 1912

IAlgerinesat Law. SUSSIIN CASE BEFORE JUDGE above requests, assigning the petition ...,..-...., - l lan i ul u inn the nendtnrv of SUSSLIN CASE BEFORE JUDGE aboi SKINNER. er s the The case of th'e Louisiana State Board 01 of Health vs. Adolph Susslin was .ar- tier gued before Judge Skinner in the Civil abut District Court upon the exceptions filed refu by Susslin to the petition of the board. the The board asked the Civil I)istrict Court to enjoin the operation of the Susalin bakery, Vallette and Alix St., until Susalin could show contradictori ly with the board that he had remedied mey the conditions which the board alleged existed, and which the board charged Or constituted a nuisance and a great menace to the health of the community, cent and particularly to those who might be Tou served with bread or other food pro ducts from Susslin's bakery. The exceptions filed by Edgar M. Cahn, the attorney for the Master Bak- if er's Assoolation, who represented Sus- al iin, were to the eff...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

Deso Mto. the Up ag of Ihe Wet id. of the River. "A vwry lw and orditable weekly nwspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912. No. 15. _I__ _men, but could not tell the lollceI WHERE TO VOTE. I i rnL '. .... ND OTHERWISE sv. Clark and Mrs. P. L. Frou. Se1d left for Grand Junction, e they will visit Mrs. Clark's ', rs. Weaver Toledano. hieration of Harriman em '_ow on a strike in Algiers, g at the Contessa Hall morning, when Fourth Vice Roy Horn, of the Black l, made .n interesting ad the strike situation. Repro 0. Harwood Koppel also was a review of his record as a of union labor during the of the legislature, and iplent of much applause. of Benjalin H. Klee ar Thursday night from Dela where he was killed last week when the auto in which I-Iing with two others was by a fast train on the Penn read. The remains were en , a matgnifoent casket furnish the Masonic Fraternity, and omediately conveyed to the boae in Pelican avenue, te tfuneral to...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

WHLDVR D.NESBIT iAeSony of e llrr. "There is never a house, nor hut, nor hall, nor a street, nor a city gate, Where I have not scribbled my meaning scrawl In the symbol of love and hate. "There Is never a king whob ite his throne, a beggar who tunes his whinae But into his soul somewhere has grown this sinuous shape of mine. 'There is never a maid of high degree, nor man that is scourged with toll, But into their dreams drifts the shape of me-the shape of the broken colL "There is never a book of the bygone tnime, there is never a new-told tale. There is never a surge of the singing rhyme, but I am the hidden grall, I have tinactured the praise that you say you send to the being who rules above: I have hidden the pride of the wrathful bend, I have stifled the sighs of love. "1 have blinded the eyes that were keen to see the evil that stalked abroad; And the wonderful light that is flung from me Is the light of the cherished Sand. "I am written today on the mountain side nl the greed...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

tens & Vezien Co., Itd. SShip Chandlers and Grocers AtSMtlen to Railroad Oc H S. S v 014316 MORGAN STIrrET. PHmoN. ALSIEIR . o John Klemkemper, Wines and Liqur, Wood Co. ray Con., Osts, Bran. Etc. 2 ti THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE 9adr ry ImprKveemnse New M gee t ] Turkish, Russi a and SIlphu r Oaths I O Conts Ilh PLAIN BATHS 6 *ruts ft -ed Chirpodist in Alttendsrae Lad ' Day Evey Day t DI,.J. L .CAAUBIBEL. CHmroroOArM T CHAS. MANTEL; Proprleter a Street 81 M reatS olebamin and Pressfua Club -pMM Mai2$12Orleans 2 oi -G ."il Trus & Sa.Gm Beek CAPITAL AND SURPLUS teu0Lu at -). PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS - 31-2% on Savings _ iu a Theodore DUBRET F ooto Market op ASGROUND BONERUS OR CHICKENor L AGQRSualty aA ThSADEre DUBRET. p. for Ia an thT en LIQUORS and dust at Ferry LaudingaL ICATESSEN ti__ _ pal 1' )II IC ere Ut a' *U a IC under , I Ytaorc. · . ...ý. ._ ...ý tl Ut EU' tnk w mrbalk ·nde £34 b~i~ Ir.l tacthef.:.UN ý r ced thehwul aptea rd tm W ' :.w to ' I they ba ate- . as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

THE HERALD PUBIBEMWD VZERY THUR DAT. Baer"d at the Potomce at New Orleans u SecondClas Mail Matter. TERMS OFr UBSCa3lTION. One Copy. One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy. One Year, In advae ..... $1. V.C V. KRiAF ...rdltor ad Proprietor Address all communlcetlon to Dr. C. V. Knf, No. n500 Verret test, Now Orlean, Lz. on 03. NEW ORLEANS, AUGUST 22, 1912. gI RAaLD may be feund at the fol lowiL plaID (Aldtem OSe), eO Ter Tmmin®ERA (City Oe), M Pesdlde scH3Ow DWas BOOK wroM84 Opelos GE. I. ATrns, Sldel Avemla . adbsereon teailing to get Id toh puinae slend tomuiecatlon for plbliet ne a early as possible, and not later eea n Tuesdy nightr Af cSmunicatios. such o lttm from - a-gess and nersona oeratue will eorl Ne cmeommunilron wel be re esived salem digned by t he sr. W d not eublish your name ia connecto with the scmoaniat ule you no mstate. but awe mug elft goupod having you nae ans parante of pod eSnt. PERSONAL. (Continued from Page 1.o Patterson streets, who objected to the buildi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

Amusements Nemo Theatre Motion Pictures. polite Vaudeville. Every Night, beginning at 7 R. A. Tansey Mgr. arco's Theatres N............14416 Canal St. a DREAM....117 8t. Charles St. f D THEATRE... 1083 Canal Ot. IC THEATRE..626 Canal t. 11 MLAND ...316 St Charie St. b UP-TO-DATE e t] Pictures Dalily. i ANE CRESCENT THEATRES. w ti s4 T. C. Campbell Back from New tt erk With Fine List of Attractions li ra STitse Opens Sept. 14-Crescent el Opens Sept. 11. Pi ghlag with him plans for a bril- as s a on at the Tulane and Cres- a theaters, Col. T. C. Campbell, sp of those two play houses, ar here with Mrs. Campbell Mon  m ag on the steamship Antil New York. He was greeted Ve s1qarf by a group of friends. to] hre been fishing and motoring g' dlmag around various parts of By bimad," said Col. Campbell. "I a - MS time but I am glad to be f i iamrness," W+ Cmpbell will devote the next weeks to putting the finish Sauhes to the renovation of the ead the Crescent, both of which aCem ftescoed fr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

W1LDVR D.JESBITI f v *ic .. t. ! 1 ( Lullaby, lullaby, dreamily low: Now come the shadows that drowsily oreep Up from the sunset. and sway to and fro While we are drifting away into sleep. 'Fglons are ooolng high up to the mow. Wee little lambs have come down from the hill- Baby must ourney to Sleepytown now For all the world has grown peacefully still. tallaby, lullaby, soft and low. !hat Is the way that the dream fairies go; ther and thither and here With wonderful dreams for the sleep of my dear. Lullaby, lullaby, low. lee all the lanterns alight In the sky. Sung for the Band Man to show him his way; We will come back from his task by-and by Puf out the lanterns, and it will be day. pusy has curled in a ball on the hearth. Towner has found him a bed on the foor- LJste, the Sand Maan tiptoes through the earthl I bear him saying "Goodnlght" at the door. dlgaby, lullaby, soft and low: D, the dream fairies, they slimmer and slow. . silently, hither they wing. .d. with Itttle-tolk's d...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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