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eros Ago ]~Y Charles M. O'Neill and scolding machine THE ........... " ..... GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, "531 "ll ........... ---*~ "l Thirty-One i i i I POEMS WORTH READING AGAIN Father O'Shea and Father McCrea Tom Daley, in Philadelphia Public Good Fr. McCrea Raised a finger o' protest an' made his reply To Fr. O'Shea. "Faith, I'll have to be workin' a ON SUNDAY By A. M. Sullivan in Columbia Melchizedek holds high the pallid host; Tools Missing. "Jedge,'" a very large and deter- mined colored woman announced as she ushered a frightened ex-husband "Rastus," said the negro minister, !"dis am de fust time Ah ever saw yo' in dis here church, and Ah's mighty g'lad to have yo' here." "Pahson," replied Rastus, "Ah just clouds uncolored by'the Ledger miraole next. A thousand knees bend at the bell's into His Itonor's chamber, "dis nig- hadda come. Ah needs strength, Ah behind them on the To comply wid fOUl' wishes, command, ger ain't paid me one cent ob all- does, 'cause Ah got a job whitewash- izon on the 1567th day of Yo might search the world's ends. Dare you ask me for meat, my dear' And now the t)eeping scoffer makes mony for seben months." " Iing a chicken coop an' buildin' a But ye'd find no such friends sil, when the text t the most "What's the matter, Sam?" sternly i fence 'round a watermelon patch." As Fr. O'Shea and Fr. McCrea, Was 'the loaves an' the fishes'?" i Of all the wonder of the lifted hand. inquired the judge. "Itaven't youq merest Battalion,on to resumeit~ "combatthe at- I .... Very caustic in wit Said F~. McCrea. Persistent Euclid addsthe solemn been worMng lately'~" [ Male members of a Chicopee, Was Father O'Shea I facts "Nosuh," was the response. "Ah[Mass., church have drawn up a de- the "seventy-fives" chorus But as droll every bit Very caustic in wit ] But cannot solve the prol)lem by the ain't bin able to find mah dice."--I eclogue for their wives. Optimism and antoaircraft guns Was Father McCrea; was Fr. O'Shea I rule, Country Gentleman. could go no further. ~bkker ran~in~- the sky on An' oh, such a volley o' fun they were But as droll every bit t tie burns his faulty theorems in , Patrol. the arloth~r day of war at pekin', Was Fr, McCrea; , i stacks i I s of Sedan. . The wan at the other, as good as Though ye d search the world s ends And totters back to teacher and toI . | raental headquarters, m a bat,, a play. Ye wolud find no such friends ! school. ! * ............... T | :One house at 'Death Corner, Did their ready replies an' their in- As fr. O'Shea and Fr. McCrea. ] . | " | | nocint jokin', I Upon the hoard ten Aristotles write]l I ! ' and OVerly peopled with run- When Fr. O'Shea met Fr. McCrea. When Justice Winks. t That God has three dimensions; yet I I 'first-aid,,, madked by a bloo(!t , ~ The mag, i~rate bent stern browsI the sky [I A~R~E~_~A-~ J i in the glassless window oi [Nw' upon a March Sunday it came on the defendant. I Is full of phantoms grinning' in the U IffilllulMl~ulvn~v I ! ~oned home, makes ready for[ for to pass "You are charged with exceeding| night ] t I ~wash of battle Four shells[ Good Fr. McCrea the speed limit last night," he ex-l Who only leave the cynic asking why. i ~T~[~ [~ANK [ l Lt t~^,~: next' cross' road, dec|- ]Preached a very fine sermon an' then claimed.. 9,, "Are you. guilty or not t And m' the dawn the blunderer will ] l~ [t [l~|~ll~[m ~l~lBl, ] l a ration detail and there I after mass, guilty, pass I [ l iteous calls for "'first aid." AMet Fr. O'Shea, "Well, you can decide for yourself, Ten thousand pilgrims coming back | I~T ~PRINGS ARK [ ] t0Us SCurrying o[' stretcher Lent in that car you passed just before ' i " [ | " 'Tis a very appropriate serman :for J~dge," replied the prisoner. "I wasto mass. i " ...... " t I ~ar goes on according to Ye delivered this minute, they pinched me." Aineriean Le ........................................ I i I For the season o' fastin' 'twas very glen Monthly. | i', .. r~ ~] n ,i ~ ~~~ t~ [ I , __ well meant , -- Mg Tf l [ Lapltal fUll ralo, ] ! ilion headquarters disgorges a I could find no meat in itl' You hear from the health author|- avava.4a.~ Avavav,~, ~'vsi[ ! i Said Ft. O'Shea. ties that spinach is good for the , ]1 Surplus and Profits, $125,000,00 ] | graUp.of off:ce, ,eSleep~ ey:d health because it has iron in it. That STUTTGART S ]| , | ~haven A ~ h]stl sln fl ed Then, quick as tl~e laughter that must be the stuff we always thought AUTOMOBILE ~ l! I n~en form themselves re- gleamed in his eye, was sand. DEPARTMENT STORE I : [ | Y into squads on company troo s, these, just re- , t i We offer and furnish every one de- i ~rom front-line positions and L _- _ -, .... I DODGE BROTHERS I! t I sI)esed to play at war in drill olls. l~Iess call disperses them. I I MOTOR CARS Ii positing II in this bank 50 YEARS ex- | . ess kits and ill-natured I TI-IP I ACT U/C D1F I pelienee in "banking, and 100 PER I ~, tired, hungry men cursing i a~ ~.a ~a~'~,J 1[" ~l V~' ~ RADIO HEADQUARTERS ]| .......... ~ ~ [ | , meager rations but eat- ~l In modern equipment and up-to-date facilities for the ~ " II CENT SAFETY. FIRST ann al- ~Otlsly. Chattering teeLh and ~ efficient handling of your,every need in banking. ! ........................................ I| ....... [ | [] n^v XTm EST ON ,| ways with STRENGTH and ABIL- I ] Hands. a'a Joyous cry. 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