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SUNDAY, SI3PTE.I-t3II'0'0,192;3

T~EMICHIQAN.DAILY.,

1 k _T ;., S' S .:

IGNOIRANC'E cohater, Torn Paine, and Renan oughlt
(('entinn ed fiii tO I'< e ' P lot to precede every test book.
The t niveroity advocates the 'readt- The realing ot novels sboultl, tur-
itg otRusktin andI Pater andt Conrad thermrer be denounced. It ts a waste
atm i ritiettiag; lilt that is not welt, o ftinie; bece i"an tineducated mindI
C itoiyleolie the stutdtents al'-'tiltt lleni reads a novel witlh any other
Prepared to readttlii. Ruskinisto t it hrpest titin the s tory, or the otter-
aluable until onetostibleoto disagree00at t I ,. Idl ts ought always to he
i tt im;itandtRttskinis tonttaltogth I- hl, en trreelenee. Ttte history of ttt
or' to otibtie wetter to be admnitreditv old is a tistory ofidteas. It is
S tto votngttindstot. In trtet, htistotoo thot' viea4eth5 t ontie t1tlst eff'icient-
- " f jsatistfytug. Wtt tntniake tRemty tie ty btilesc,; aetited wi teerstonats-
:_(IOU"tzOltt nntttito ory, or Mlace io'tic s andletein tvtiitle autthorsof ottobs~
- ltHltattt h at thtetheaid of thte readintt are ttie lest acutitnie we can find.
lsTtteti tmayte crttticism wotuld, We catnetnae tthenm tart ot its. It to
tbegttt. I tbelieve that Gtartolmo tell-itntv the etetionat than whoiacan
tltiNrdt, It. 9L. _Metteten, Saiiilsutltter,htettf b te a tpersonatity;t toil relCCi1
--I trie~lttliietusctle, lleeaatn, SI-tb0- (Cotiltinueton10Pagie Seven)

RliOES
Thle itealftt-tire of rtoses owtithoi stlnever tie gathieredt
11113POP'LARIS
Flakeso lasia the air, the ettitith olisnar tlov-ers
THlE GIDLE
Art itestres that -iiude wonten slhotililbe adlornedli vtil a inirdle
THlE PIAVIMI WATERIS
The tlaytng wsaters I toot at always tall amain
THiE IDRONE
I would be a large drone, all velvet, Wictti nigeo and di!
in the hell ot a foxglove

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THE NAIIIIIOL1
In this yetllw distaff, she amutseoslierseilf byttlantintg rightililtthle venter
of the torehtead a large golden nmarigol
'11113 IEE
Thon suddlenly tlte bee woo silent andtIhtticalaied wings drank the life
01 the human flower
T1HE MOORS
Idivert words trons their stream as one diverts streams to throw them
athwart the btarrenneos of the moorasswhere traitlstil palliditdeas blossont
badly
THiE SWAN
When alto lifted one of her arms to stay the tan, oine would have said a
swan from the depthso of the water drasatipt andI 01111e0 ter flexible and
white neck
Il E'HAN DS
itswoulid he better lt have hissed only pure hando
THlE BARGE
I wish to spring unto another vessel andI to have the old barge tint
with all nmy oins.
PERFUMES
Tihl- perflume ofItvendeftr iad tiuts iutroubtted by tmaleetoutct
THE ILAMBI
And its nametiesto tani
THE CHES3TN UT TRIEES
The grass is soft atidt deepl aroundil the cesitnat trees
THE IIIEAM
Iregret the vreatm 1 hail dreanmed otlolve
111iE FAN
It is a nmagical fati..This little ttintg 1changes ito~ a swomtan at
the prayer of a mainiiolftgood-ll-1, itat is alt
'rilE lUItEI. BUSH
It I had niet Apipollot, I souatl not have changed itito a fig-tree.
Into a laurel bash?
What does it tiatter?
TS HEJI'%GLI3R
Inimitabte juggler, hair! . . . hloll artttilly you cheat life!
LEAVES
Oh! how my life is shedding its leaves
(CL0UDS)
Bleamso tf tight are passitig, cloudsl are pabsitng, 'There are arabesqutes on
the watts
THIOUGHITS
Thoughts are madile IllbeIthotugh~t andtI09 to be actedt
Chapter IHeatdings tromt 'The lttroes lot Diomedes" bytReniy deI'(totrmont.
SEVEN C('U
"The whole itf life is a nenitrmoutsaicidtent-alice-throlws sf eternity in
the vapors of time andi space. Why nott then, with tint we love bly our side,
miake richer and seeter the nolnchalanit gaiety of stir amtusemient, iti the'
great mad pturposeless tirepostersits shosw, by the "htuitts and crants" of a
companionable scepticism; canvassing all things in earth attil heaven, rever-
encing God and Caesar ott this sile of idloatory, relishintg the foolish, fooling
the wise and letting the worlid drift on as it still,"
From "Suspended Juidgnients" biy Jolin tCowper Powys.

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