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O A BROKEN BLOSSOM in Ireland is Michael Collins, Sweetheart readers everywhere are With the photograph of a 'Irish colleen, Kitty Kiernan, as to have been Michael Col- nrlde When he had finished his of Ireland. In bitter the beaming smile in the are the despatches her as the most pa- gure in Ireland. world has been moved the romantic story of and his sweetheart, met when she risked her life of his peril of capture in .When he waged guerilla war- anst the British. There was on his head then. The dra- s surrounding her and the prominent place r betrothed filled in Iteland's inspired universal inter- aM .for her a sorrowful im- t. I(iernan is destined to live .."autiful, unhappy, ill-fated Sa- urraa in her country's stirring, There are some re- Parallels in the love stories charming (laughters of was gifted with rare and an exalted patri- came of a prominent Curran, daughter of a and loyalist, was be- Robert Emmet, talented student. His rash and ill- revolt was aimed to cap- Castle; and it led to his teason in 1803. 0 traitors have a his- or have left a memory and enduriing as Emmet's. authority wrote of him: Purity and unselfishness of never have been ques- thl the W0rl d today--includ- he fought against-- Emmet as a true pa- Pal it has thrilled to and his martyrdom thought just. His ora- sentence was passed the finest ever uttered. 17, does not know it larted with everything to me in this life for cause,', he said, "and idol I adored in my of my affections." of Sarah Curran, not many years la- on the same altar-- heart. Over her ur generations have told her story with or truer under- Irving in With the disinterest- of a Woman's first and hen every worldly itself against him, fortune and disgrace around his name, the more ardently for nothing that memory that could soothe the nothing to melt those blessed tears, dews from heaven, to in the parting hour She wasted away in a decline, and at the grave, the vic- oet laureate,,, Thomas a beautiful lyric in her is far from the land hero sleeps"-which touching story. The Rober Emmet's conlPatriot, inscribed lyric to him: "O, breathe not his name." It was prophet- ] ic of the patriot's fame: "And the I tear that we shed, though in secret it rolls shall long keep his memory gree in our souls." Ireland has no Tom Moore today, but she has bards a-plenty, and doubt- less there are other and greater poets to come. One will probably put into deathless verse the love story of Mi- chael Collins and Kitty Kiernan. The story of these two women--Sarah Curran and Kitty Kiernanand tlir broken romances, is characteristic of Ireland's own history.Toronto Star Weekly. THE REAL MAN Some time ago, we printed a pointed paragraph, "Wanted, a wife, or the kind of woman a man seeks as his partner." Someone sends us a desertion of a real man. See whether you meas- ure up to the standard. The real man is tender and sympa- thetic. Because he is strong, he would never stoop to take advantage of weakness. He reverences the body which God gave him. He keeps it clean and would scorn to have it house a soul that wasn't decent and worthy of its dwelling place. He has a keen scn of direction. He's sure he was put on this planet for some purpose and he means to do his best to work outt hat purpose and to work it out well. He reverences women and wants their best--not their cheap and tawdry worst. He knows how to value the joys of the mind. He is tolerant of those that do not believe as he does and eager to learn from them if they can teach him. He loves the great out of doors and finds his greatest enjoyments in the fresh air. He respects athletics and l beams. THE GUARDIAN their health building, good sports- manship promoting powers. He keeps his word and believes that other people are inclined to keep theirs. He is kind to old folks and is friendly to children and dogs. He is capable of controlling his feel- ings and the stronger they are the more joy he takes in keeping them in leash. He is as much interested in a wo- man's brain as in a man's, conse- quently he admires a girl for her ideals and does not strive to break them down for his own momentary enjoyment. He knows that. today is only a ti unit in life's span. He is glad to en- joy today, but gladder to put it to good use and see himself advancing through today's efforts. He admires a woman because she appeals to him. And that appeal has to be made up in great part of mind and spirit. He does not sneer at the tawdry obvious devices by which sec- and-rate women strive to attract.. But he holds his mother too high to fall at the feet of a girl who does not sug- gest that she might care for a home and motherhood. [ He is strong and ardent. He is an-He xious for happiness and success. is willing to work. He marks a fair n bargain with life and people. And he exists today. Perhaps not i'n vast numbers. But as men can create a finer standard of womanhood by de- manding itso women can do away with "The Regular Fellow" and bring into existence "The Real Man"--if they want him. AT THE VANISHING POINT "Papa," where is Atoms ?" "Atoms, my boy, I can't tell you. Most likely you mean Athens." "No, papa, I mean Atoms--the place where everything is blown to.Sun- Capital $1,50000 !'St. Louis Cotton Compress Co. STORAGE AND COMPRESSING OF COTTON Page Twenty-one Little Rock, Arkansas LEArES EYE BEHIND HIM An absent-minded traveling sales- man of Boston, who missed his right eye after a visit to Newark, N. J., in a telegram to Charles Carrigan, man- ager of the Robert Treat Hotel, con- gratulated the hotel man on the effi- THE WONDER OF IT ALL A chief of one of the North Ameri- can tribes once traveled through the principal cities of the East. Upon his return home, his tribesnmn inquired about his experience and finally asked what he regarded as the most re- ciency of his service and the honesty markable thing he saw. The chief an- of his employes. The Bostonian, swered: whose name is withheld, had two "When I was in the great churches right eyesone of agate for Sunday and beheld and heard the palefaces and other dress occasions and one of common glass for weekdays. He left the Sunday eye on the dresser when he checked out. "One of our chambermaids found it," said Mr. Carrigan L "and turned it in at the office. The salesman wired us about it and we notofied him we were sending it to him by parcel post. It is the first time in my experience a guest has forgotten his eye." VOICES Willie (buried in grammar)"Dad, what is meant by the active and pas- sive voice ?" "Your mother's and mine, son."-- London Answers. pray and sing to Jesus, I could not help regrettihg the fact that these 555 LEE Tires Mean Confidence-- LEE Tires CANNOT be punctured! A layer of over- lapping steel discs make it impossible for even the sharpest nail to penetrate to the tube. This means CONFIDENCE for the motorist--no fear of a puncture -- always that wonderful feeling of security. Equip your car with Lee Tires. Absolutely dependable ! 555 TIRE SERVICE "Tle Home of Complete Service" ROY E. STUEBER, Mgr. Third and Broadway Little Rock 555 people, who have been in possession of Christianity for centuries, did not bring Christianity to us. Of all I saw, this was the most remarkable." How much thought have you given to the spread bf our holy Faith among people? How much effort have you iven to it? It is vain and useless to conceive either grief or joy for the future of things which perhaps shall never come to pass. A i Psitivelyt Perfect I Recharge IN 8 HOURS NOT 48 --No Station within 500 miles of Little Rock can give such a perfect recharge as this station in 8 hours. --Time saved--Rent saved--Less inconven- ience less outlay. Patronize ',THE BATTERY DOCTORS" They give you honest-to-goodness service every day in the year--they do not "gig" you because you know little of batteries or electrical troubles. You can go away with the REAL ASSURANCE that you have re- ceived the value you are entitled to. 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