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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

Paves and Thtlr Burrow. For tha aUtement that toxea have hetea there la not only the authority ef natural history but of OoepeL Tha typical habitation of the fox la a bole tn the tround. "Running to earth" an "digging out" are well known in cident! of the English sport The fox la a wlae beaat In all things, wlae enough to rant the burrow of any anl ail; but tn default of auch abodes he la quite capable of digging for hlnv MIX, and that with remarkable speed. Oood Proof of Quilt When William M. Evarta waa ft young man he defended In court ft men named Edwards, who waa charged with forgery. The trial waa an Interesting one, and Mr. Evarta by brilliant work secured his cltent'a equlttaL He bad a strong belief that the man waa innocent until the trial waa all over. Then he changed hla opinion. Edwards paid Mr. Evarta his tee with a forged check. English Tavern Signs. tavern sign aeen In various parte of England ia "The Dog's Head In a Pot," accompanying the painting or a dog eating out ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

'UK RISING SON. WOODS Basutsss Maaager Published Kti-ry Week ISINO SON HUBLISHINGCO irf-SUHsCHllTION RATES: f r' S I.i moiiu Tirw niintM On moaita U laletlf paid In dTno tntrd at tht Pntt Offlc Cl K AIMM CWT, m C'luM Mttter. Correspondent wanted In every city 4 Uiwu id this Ute. Write as. All uew matter intended for pub lication ohouhl rch our office not la tor than Tutsday, of each week and nuit be signed by the writer not for publication, but an guarantee of auth mticlf y. tFFICIi-No. 117 Weat Slatt. St., KiniM City. Mo. Ail vtMtiatiifi Rntes. (or cm Iscti. on lo.artlno IS ur pu Inch, rai-h lUhMgural Insertion M f it t !rk. ihn niiiiitb I.UO f .riwo Ibiii, tn tnootli too ?r twi lnrli, nlno month. 1000 or two Inrtixt twelve uninthe 1J.Q0 OLDEST NfcCJRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. iTie paid circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. A3 NEGRO PARTY FEALTY IS VALUED. The time- ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

i '4- ' VH.1, vf ' THE RISING SON. Eugene Vaujjan, Agt. Jtanaas City, Kan. 988 Split Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pleura- Ifs the Itttle bit we collect her tod there fiat enable u to run from year to year." LOCALS. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per month; city water. Apply Corbetts, 1025 Main St. Mr. J. H. Dougherty spent last week In the city. During his stay he visited his masonic lodge. He said he felt more at home in Kansas City than in Chicago. Miss Vlrgle Jones Is visiting her mother on James street, after spend ing several months honey moon in the Northwest. She is making her home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mrs. Geo. W. Dlggs of 4332 Penn street desires to give some young girl or elderly lady a home to help around a little. Some person who has no permanent home. Any per son desiring such, please call at the above number. Dinners will be served . in all the churches on Thanksgiving. Old man Fields and Old Man Gard ner are still...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

Tommy to the Turkey, tnlc hrro, old Mister Turkey, Y n--Mnt gut gay A-Knl'Mln' ' ny Ai' atrutitr round that way! 1 guern y' think yos'ro I'lUKtT N !!, an' know the An' think thnt you have Hi cause 1 m up a ixwt. Tut lmk! If Ii a mlml to, I'tl k.lrli y', so 1 WOIl, T" bet U my big brother Win here. I'd llrk v a-.mdt I II .-( iii'n tin nn" do It, If 1 Jus' ;int.,l tv CM f'ltmy MHIi-r rtmarty NiiI.hI ' fuill i'f B.i M 1. Kllihlr. ruIiIIk. An k 'I Mu tiil jou ii' tlirnURh, Oi l Turk- . .mi Tltutiksgit lug You l" t I II ftot'blt' ou. 1' ojilc a Homo Journal. Brf'B-WRIGHT "It don't seem hardly worth while eookln' dinner, an' a Thanksgivln' dinner at that, Jest fur myself," said oil Mrs, lluscom, as she loooked Into tho oven to see how the turkey was rousting, and cave a stir to the squash against Its burning. "But I s'pose It wouldn't be right not to get it after Mirandy Ieggett sending me over the turkey an' the cranberry, an' with them ntinktn pies of Mehllibel Lee's on tho shelf." The ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

V A mm THRO OLATCGq LUNGS FEUALE sioa: (mns joumei Arinur x niramon. i of the 7th Ohio Volunteers, 859 Good ale street. Columbus. O.. writes I "At rmedy for ca tarrh and stomach trouble 1 ean fill It rwwmmand Parana." If ra. Hamilton, wife of tha valiant Colonel, la aa ardent I znena oz rerun a euao. Ta it Oh fLWSJLlCKEnS ALL T HI. IT DEALERS OtnfS& A. J. TOWU CO. ESTABLISHES 1&3A I BOSTON N1WVOBK CMICAOO ram cmamm caLnrf.Toaono.au. 'faiywfcoforiierljf jB9ta4W!Cltin low $oU LEVIS SINGLE DINDEFl t STRAIGHT a CIGAR Tour Jobber or direct from Factory, arte, Id, A Bars I -ii reUef for ASTIlOf I Said or all IrnulH fIOWKU.AC0h.aUn. fltaiuwn or wrj num. m mm TWENTY-FIVE BUSHELS OF WHEAT TO THE ACRE HEAD CTW f Hill Means a pro- ductlve ca pacity In dol- $I6 per acre. This on land which hai coat the farmer noth ing but the price of tilling it, telle Ita own Story. The Canadian Government gives absolutely free to every eetller 100 acre of aucb land. Land adjoining ean be purchased at ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1905

BREAKING THE WISHBONE mi g-ya iOi FRONTIER THANKSGIVING Only One Gobbler for Forty Hungry Troopers to Make a Feast Of The india-rubber bumpers of the modern railroad coach have erased the American frontier. Hut it existed only a few years ago on Oregon's eastern edge. There the American soldier, which economical Congresses doled out In such homeopathic quan tities, opened up the trails and made It possible, for settlers and baud cars to occupy the right of way. Wild country there Is then- still, from the mythlral Malheur to the outstretching Oclioco, but interspersed are modern towns, whose electric glaro has scared away the ja U rabbit, the antelope ami the Indian. "Hoots and saddles!" What stirring strains wcro those bugle notes ns they echoed and re echoed up the canons and through the tall tamaracks at Camp Watson, a typical frontier post whose barrack buildings were of solid logs, located In the part of the beautiful Itluo moun tains where the hostilo Snake Indians ranged and d...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

I It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. BURNS' CHAPEL NOTES. The Burns Chapel, corner 19th and Woodland, continues to move on nice- I )y under the pastorate of Rev. Dr. J. Harris. Sunday November 19, was ' Quarterly meeting day; the collection was $44. Collections for the quar- fter amounted to $508.40. Tuesday, December 5, the literary Veopens for the winter season. A fine programme will be rendered each Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. ,j,,,'i Sunday, December 17, is Missionary . Bally uay. z:3U annual sermon oy ;, t',ev. G. O. Logan, A. M., D. D., Holly t Serines. Miss. V;') , Annual ioniereuce luei-uus, iitu 'p' 14. Lexineton. Mo. Jf' R. B., Secretary. I V A B-.. Sofia!,, . ; .T " .... ! A young married woman, who was ?o 1i"passlng the summer alone on account ySot her husband having been summoned Oljto Europe on a ousiness mauer, nau caller one morning, who asked if she VAiwere not lonely without her husband. "A little lonely," was the qualified answer. "But surely," sai...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

CIMElMSlCSEr Not a Case of Heredity. "She .says her grandfather wan one of the earliest settlers In this part of the country." 'Her father evidently doesn't take after the old man, then. He never settles as long as he can get out of It. ' Record Herald. Good Prescription. Askltt I say, doctor, do you know of anything that win prevent seasick nessT Dr. Quackem Yes, Stay on land. Two dollars, please. Chicago News. pJ RELIGIOUS NEWS USE IN EVERY AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED FOR l WELL-REGULATED HOME Prevailing Prayer. ( Jin( wl.it a il.iiiv wltliui us uni' shnrt I:. .1.1 ! f-,1-1,1 in Tliy insi'iir' will pnv.ill t Tl;.lK' ' l..i: l i .iw 1 un). ns from our boKotiM t ik. Wli.it i .1 r. iiril Ktimtiil revive, an with ;l "ti.'M.t' Wo kv... .nil! all around in nei-ms to !. i . W't i:f. mill all, tln distant ami the i ii. Sl;i-ul f ilth a sunny outline brave nnd i i- .tr Wo ki.. I. I .uk! wp rln how tull .f .in " Vh tl i i.f. n. should we do ourm Ivrs Ihl wr.-im. i r .'ili. ; Unit nro nut nlwnys M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

(.4 I if 'S 'I am m 1 f : m S .3 It Vays It pays to wcr a smiling- far Anil In 11 tth iiiir trouble down. For nil our little trials wait Our laughter or our frown. Beneath the magic of a amlle Uur doubt will fmle away, A melts the front In parly spring Beneath the lunny ray. It pays tn make a worthy cause By making. It our own; To give the current of our lives A true anil nohle tone. It pays to comfort heavy hearts, Oppressed with dull despair. And Irave In sorrow darkened lines A gleam of brightness there. Pittsburg Dispatch. I IU (Copyright, 1905. by Randall Forsyth had been enthralled by an Idea since his visit to Miss Juliet Qlensmore the night before. He lay awake for hours pondering It; and, now that he was at his desk, he realized that he was preoccupied, de cidedly to the detriment of his work. "This will never do," he thought Im patiently, collecting himself; "1 oughtn't to hesitate so. If It is a good opportunity I ought to take It and not wait on any other person's judgme...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

THE RISING SON. UHTIB WOODS, Bnjrinwsi Maaap. Published Erry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO CHSCHIITION KATES: AS NEGRO PARTY FEALTY VALUED. Tlio time In iilmoHt ripe for nctlv- i It y nniotiK the Kopulillcnns loriiily. I Tho jinns word of the local lioss "line , up Utyn" will Mori lie hoard on ov j cry rumor. Again an earnest, appeal for the Ne:ro vote will lie made. The f H I Kepiililiratin are In Hie saddle In the Tim m,ntni '''. 'mty ami Btiite. Tim llttlo OnaaunUi It ; n.i,i-..iif.ii.,i. .1,.. v....- ... . 1 . 111111 rM 11 1 111 t-,i in-n ti t I the City Hall la ynpiosei to lie n flitini: (?) recognition for his fealty. J The county officials) do not seem to tt Ink they owe the Negro voter any thing for his support nor do the state officlaN. ! The Son holds that the Republi cans expect too much of the Negro voter for what Is given in return. As i soon as an office hunter hag his l'FICEl-No. 117 West 8lit. St., guino he does not know Ills Negro , Keneaa City. Mo. 1 sp,,ort,,r or ,...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

.3 i I h a -7 1 V - Ti 1 0 a i & v. 1 THE RISING SON. Eugene VaiiRnn, Agt. Kansas City, Kas. , DSN Split IiOg. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleaste It' the little bits we collect here and there fiat enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per month; city water. Apply Corbetts, 1025 Main St. The Progress Study club met with MesJames J. B. Hill and Josle A. Jones at their residence, 1300 Vine St., November 25. Mr.Mldeon Dansrield, who Is attend ing college at lawrence, spent Thanks giving at the home of his parents, 3020 Chestnut. The Son notes with pleasure the progressive spirit of Mr. John Day, son of Mrs. Luclnda Day, of 1411 Ly dla avenue. Mr. Day is teaching In the Douglass school and his work shows marked signs of advancement. His determination to make a mark in life Is an encouraging example worthy of emulation. Thanksgiving Day was thoroughly observed by the churches throughout the city. D...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

PRESIDENT OUTLINES ISSUES OF THE DAY Important Recommendations in Annual Message to Congress Large Part of Document Devoted to Corporations and Railroad Rate LegislationRelations of Labor and Capital Dealt With Fully. The nicssnce of President Hoose elt. read at the first session of tho Fifty-ninth Congress, congratulates the people on the continued prosper ity of tho nation. The close relation ship and mutual dependence upon each other of capital and labor are pointed out, and the message con tinues: Corporations. Yet. wrt!1 nut mT ly admitting, but In sisting iH"ti tins. It la iilsu nun Unit where ttifif l n. i governmental lestriiint or supon isl.'ll a nn- nf tilt- t?i-eitl'Hinl mm u-e t li.. ir en.igies not In w.is that ate fur tin- i-nmumn g'i"d. lmt In ways whi.-li It'll aic.ilnat Hint ciimtnon gnml. Tlie . .furies itin.i.tfd tlifiich cnriim ate rg.ir.ir. n:..ii ait- tin s. Imi;' nnd vest stiili ...r In tri..e Unit wl-'d thtrn, na to m ik" It h ni.ittiT ot nc. faulty tn give t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

li i w I: n 3 1 JOYS OF MATERNITY A WOMAN'S BEST HOPES REALIZED Mrs. Potta Tells How Women Should Prepare for Motherhood The darkent days of husband and wife sre when they come to look for ward to child lem and lonely old ape. Many a wife has found herself Inca pable of motherhood owing to a dis placement of the womb or lack of strength in the generative organs. Mrs. Anna Potts Frequent backache and distressing pains, accompanied by offensive dis charges and generally by irregular and scanty menstruation indicTite a dis placement or nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding ornns. The question that trouhlett women Is how can a woman who hits some fe male trouble bear healthy children? Mrs. Anna Potts. of 510 i'urk Aveuuo, Ilot Springs, Ark., writes: My Pour Mrs. Pinkhnm: " During theearlv imrt of my mnrrioillifel was ilt'llrntn in health ; both my linlnti.t and I were verv nnxioiiK for a child to lihiw our home, but "had twoiniscnrringes, ami eould not carrv a child ti maturity...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1905

Fesee and Their Burrow. For the statt-mrtit that foxs bars) hole!) there in tint only tho authority ot natural history luit of (Jimpi'l. The typical habitation of tin fox Is a hole In thi Krotitul. Untitling to t-arth" and "illKKlfii! out" nro well known In cidents of tin- Ktic'ivh sport. Tho fox la a wlso lirnst In a'.l thltiKs. wIbb nouuh ti relit ttii- burrow of any ani mal; tut In lii'fiiult cf such almle he is quite car al!- 'f diiscitm for him self, an J that with rt-markalile si'tcd. Good Proof of Guilt. When William M. Kvarts waa yming nian he ilifi tnlr.l in court a man iiamod Kd wards, who was charpod with forpery. The trial was an lnt"n ;-t;i:B orr, and Mr. Kvarfs hy brllliatit work m' iihmI his client's acquittal, lie had a htinuu- 1 lief that the man was ii-ti tit until the trial was all oer. Th n he hanued his opinion. I-Mards paid Mr. Kvarts bit fte with a fni Kid i lurk. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By It English Tavern Signs. A tavern Finn si 11 in v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

3 ' ' J. " "T7- I m r Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. In 8elf-Defenee. Towne "The poetry be used to write for the magazines was Tory bum. I don't see any of it any more." Browne "No, he's stopped. He made a lot of money out of it." Towne "Nonsense! " Browne "Fact. You see, be has a rich uncle whose name Is exactly the same as his and this rich fellow got tired of being accused of writing the stuff, so he bought him off." No Cruse for Jealousy. Mrs. Wlckwlre From the happy ex pression you bad when Mrs. Potts was alnging, one might imagine that you enjoyed that sort of thing. Tou dont break out Into happy smiles over my singing. Mr. Wlckwlre I wasn't smiling over ber singing. I was Just think ing how lucky I was that she belonged to Potts instead of myself. Stray Stories. The Old 8aw Adapted. Markley He began by asking for the loan of a V or X and I was foolish enough to give it to him. Ascum And he took advantage of you? Markley Yes. He wrote to me for fifty to-day. Asc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

STEADY GROWTH OF TRADE Each Succeeding Month of the Past Year Has Witnessed Improved Conditions. Skirts of "Escape Length." Skirls nre without exception the "escape length." The fact that Amer lean women are more given to run ning about on foot thnn French wo men explains why they do not follow the latter In the matter of trained dresses, which can only be carried about safely In carriages. This, of course, applies only to tho tailor dresses. The evening gowns are trained, though an occasional dance dress Is short. Skirts are usually made with from nine to thirteen gores, though once In a while there are some 6lxteen or seventeen. This, however, Is extreme. As to the pattern, the flare and circular flounces are most prominent. There is a suggestion of empire effect In the so-called princess skirt. It Is fitted over the hips and around the waist, extending a few Inches above the waist line. Tho Jack et worn with this is very short, be ing something between an Eton and a coffee Jacket...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

New. It you hav hard work to do. Do It now. To-day the akle are clear and blu. To-morrow cloud may com In view. Yesterday I not for you; Do It now. If you have a ont to lng. Sing It now. Let th note of gladness ring Clear a long of bird In spring. Lot avary day ioma tnuslo bring: fling It now. If you have kind word to ay. Say them now. To-morrow may not come your way. po a kindness while you may, Loved onea will not always atay; Say them now. If you have a amlle to show. Show It now. Make hearta happy, roees grow, Let the friend around you Know Th love you have before they go; Show It now. . Charle K. Skinner. In New York Bun. A Kind Crew. You have often heard, boyi and girls, of animals helping each other, but perhaps you would like to know of a very kind crow who appeared at a country house not long ago. The family was much Interested In watching a little black bird make fre quent visits to an old chicken coop, which it entered by the door. For sli days in succession the crow kept...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

r T THE RISIKO SON. Mnrffi'WOODB Boaneaa Maaagei. Published Every Week RISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO rbUBSCRllTIOH RATES: M . 5 Vf ?t jw maiuu f irM montna . aoaia w vlcilf puld In tdrsnoa aTr4 OA ht rout Office l XanMJ CWy, m 5m.d CIum MmtUr. AN UPRISING IN 8HANGHAI. OurrnpondenU wanted tn evary city Ii4 town in thin state. Write m. All Dews matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tiuaday, of each week and Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. WIOIi-No. 117 Weit Slatr. St., Kanaaa City, Mo. Advertising Rnltl, for aaa Irnnh, on InMrtlon I H or one Inch, rtch tutiMqucat Intertloo .W or two iMkM, three munih I OS fur two lactic, Hi month 100 For two Inch, nlti moathi 10 00 to two laenM twelve aioottai 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE REST. i"he paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Tho P...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

THE RISING SON. sijil Eugene Vaugan, Agt. Kanaaa City, Kaa. 938 Split Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's tbe little bit we collect here and there that enable! ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. After the holidays the city campaign will be on in earnest Get your Christmas candies, per fumes, cigars, etc., at McCampbell & Houston's. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. All kinds of hot and cold drinks are still being served at McCampbell & Houston's. The Son wishes it many readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and many returns. Rev. Peck is hold protracted meet ing at Allen chapel assisted by Rev. N. C. Collins, presiding elder. Go to McCampbell & Houston's for the purest and best In everything han dled by an up-to-date drug store. Dr. Chapman, Dentist, will move to 9 W. 9th St.. January 1, 190G. This is only four doors irom the Junction. The Ozona Hair straightener, hair tonics, face powders...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

Frederick Thi" Incrrn-ln moonlight drifts across my bed. Ami on tlif dmrrhysrit by the rond. I kirn It fulls it white nnd nnlseltwly ft snow "Twits mil h n night two wunry nuinmrra II. mI; Th stnr. n now. wimp wnnln overhand. Listen! Again the shi l!l-llt'i busies Mow Whoti' tho swift currents of the rlvrr flow rant KmliTlrksliuig; far tiff the heavens ntc r-il With mnlilnn cnnflnKrntlnn: nn yon hcltrht I. ln.-t . Wt In hniul, the gunners hold their Iti'i'tith; A slfttifil ti iki't plerrrn thn rtVnso night. Kilns I" ! nt stars upon tho town be neath; llirk' -the jtrlMWv mnsln on the right. II. irk' -tl I -In. k .ua. Irons wheeling down to ilenth! 'riiomns Ttalloy Aldrlch. O o o .o right. 1?03. by Ually Story Tub. Co.) Allene w as not a debutante, but this was the eve of her coming-out party. After she hail boon graduated from the fashionable finishing school she had spent two years uhroad with her aunt and cousins as traveling com panions. So she hml mingled but little In the societ...

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