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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - November 15, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts                                l THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBENOVEMBER titSords and Music Farringion tee Forringlon btd r Cr C7inS J know youll wan der back eome tad toUs mate call As here a lone I call to Sometimes a mid the crim son When soft Jy fall the shadows At when hope seems far and fail My soul is fraught with douht and N A 4 vs P Some some time I shall meet When your footsteps homeward be to when you have ceased your Youll wan der hereto me some day rm mnnn o rs J m pla cid moon a bove me sail For ful seems of long a A A greet Watch ingin the twilight gray M Ill be waiting in the r I t cross down the moon dark clouds are The stars my cheek the tears are fall Be in pit y seem to sad why thus re pine My The When the stars of evening 57 When your feet are tired of You will wander back some m LJ a He Is Elected e Member of the Pilgrim Fathers OIOINT IX By I AM going out Ihis said Bowser rli nner had when been and I may not be home before At you need not sit up or Is it polities queried Mrs Bow I got word today that T had beeiifileeted a mem ber of the Pilgrim Fathers and I have got to show up tonight and make a little Ive been runningthings over in my wind all the and I can get off something that will it nbout the Pilgrim Fathers Of Hadnt you better outline to me what you are going to say Perhaps i could give some You are npt to get up on history now und you I am I replied Mr as he bristled If you can mention one single Instance where I have got tangled up in ancient or mod Ill give you a gold You know it of but It dont follow that all the rest of us are natural youll probably get through aJ soothingly observed Mrs Bow end she went upstairs to lay ou his clothes and determined to say n more on the Mr Bowser was As i matter of fact he wasnt all sure o liis and he had intended to as several questions and profit by the an His dignity had been how and now he couldnt get arounc to He had a dim feeling that he hai got the Christopher Colum bus and George Washington more o less mixed and all the time he wa dressing he wished that he had an hou to spare to consult the I was now too late to get down the boo without Mrs Bowser seeing it and ask ing further fmd he had to le the idea When he was ready tc take his departure Mrs Bowser said AX THE MUSICAL Hostess singing Schuberts Gocd Morning marningj jumping up in but wasnt Weggendorfer You know where the pilgrim fathers of course do I know my own name he asked In as he drew himself up and folded his arms and fixed her with both his She had no further but the cat looked from one to the other and loudly purred that thered bo hot time In the old town that During his walk of half a mile to the Mi Bowser thought oil Plymouth Rock and Plymouth hens and Plymouth Thoughts of De Miles gjtand Napoleon and tho chased one another through his and when he arrived he was in a stato of A friend who had his bost interests at heart cham pagne In liberal and when the time came for the newlyelected Pilgrim to get up and speak he was feeling that he had a mortgage on the whole and that Mrs Bowser didnt know beans from As to what followed It is best to take his own for A quarter of an hour before midnight Mrs who felt that her services would required and had not yet goriH to heard some fumbling and fussing at the front She passed down the hall and opened and Mr Bowser somehow got In without falling His gait as he pro gressed toward the sitting room was a combination of wobbly and wizzy and ho was real glad when he finally brought up in front of his rock Ing chair and managed to drop into It In a you are home again said Mrs Bowsur with a my 1 am he thickly and I am happy to shay that my llzzzle speech was great great 1 told you how it would but you thought I would break Never heard xo much applause in all my Shomu of my friends think i orter take to er lecture platform this I am glad of and as it is now midnight let us go to You can tell rne all the particulars in the But I am goin to tell all er par ticulars 1 might forget em by It was the speech of my life of my and you orter be proud of I brought down er house as much as 10 Shometimes they and shometimes they Never shaw nozzintr like But Ill hear all about it while we are at Of course I am proud of and of course I want to hear the full Youll hear about em tonight and rlsht doggedly replied Mr Bow as he brought his fist down on his In the first S got to er Got that down Received royal welcome from all er All of cm shaid I would be er honor to er Then I got up to Never felt cooler in my life Didnt shiver one Thats er sort of husband youve Mrs Bowsher but you dont know you dont tnow it You jess think Im a cooper or and that I dont kpow ora ory from you got up and delivered your ddress on the pilgrim she 1 Had applause the first hadnt hardly said that the linslo band f truehearted men and womeij ehalied Im the butt of all their practical but Im not such a fool as they think I Just wait till I get these overalls filled with Theres that simple old codger Guess Ill touch him up a What in the The other workmen all yielded to the same what said replied Mr Dont you try to learn me anything bout If you think I dont know Miles Washington from George Stand Ish you will get badly the applause was I had to wait for five and then I went on to tel about er no roast lamb or angels food nozzing but johnnycake and fat pork Made nozzer hit Shaw moren JO men break down and I dont wonder at Then you fin ished Then I went on and sphoke of throwin er coffee overboard in Plymouth You mean the tea and Boston har You couldnt have made such a mistake as Mrs are you er pilgrim fazzer asked Mr Bowser with great Of course Did you help throw that coffee over board but Zhen what you know bout it Dont try to correct me in Mrs Bow cause you cant do itcant do Zhe applause wash shoinethln and I had to wait five minits to go I was ready to wind I had shaved zhc bost for er Wanted to make em cry and laugh you And you probably T When I shpoke of ker Forge and zhe way Gen Bonaparte suffered zhat we might bo when I shpoke But you didnt call it Bunker Forge instead of Bunker Hill sne inter Mrs am I talkln or are you You have the but did you make Gen Bonaparte the leader of our armies Shcrtlnly I Do you think I was fool nuff to make Cicero zhe leader Mrs look I join er Pilgrim I became a Pil grim I make tellin speech and bring down er bring er down 10 I coma You are mad and Jealous and begin to You think Im a fool and dont know All Mrs all I shant shay nozcings not a you go er bed and And he laid his head down on the table and to and Mrs Bow ser turned off all the gas but one jet and went off to bed and left the cat behind to hear the of the par ticulars In case he woke by such with hardwood discs for to be seen in the streets The enterprising lets slip ng opportunity to provide his soap box wagon with better He If he for the hind wheels a pair discarded from a baby still carrying the two little wooden disks for wheels In these days of general baby carriages are made with higher and better wheels than they used to and in many cases with skeleton wheels of The soapbox wagon may sometimes be seen with two baby carriage wheels of skeleton construc tion and in good or it may have wheels of kinds and dif ferent hlghts on its rear so that It sags behind on one side like a short legged Other wheels used nowadays for the soapbox wagon are the discarded metal wheels of brokencIoWn The knowing boy building a soapbox wagon goes very likely to the junk dealers for his hind and perhaps for hlg forward Ho may pick up there such wheels as he wants very cheap not perhaps nil from one old but mated up from two or Since the bicycle came Into a general use more than one pair of the tireless wheels of a worn out bicycle have come finally to be used on a sonp box With wooden rims they are pretty frail for this and they dont wear long In but their hlght commends them while they Boys put to this use the discarded wheels of brokendown These are pretty heavy for the pur but with a suitable axle they do very They are higher than the wooden disk wheels and they dont A soap box wngon lately seen had four iron wheels from brokendown and discarded hand Theso made a wagon almost too heavy to draw with facility but doubtless the boy were two of the wagon thought they had a great So almost any sort of wheel can be made to and than one soap box wagon has been curious wagons no two wheels alike Thje hardwood disk wheel is a consid erable item of manufacture In factories turning out wares of and it is a regular article of Many thou sands of sets of such wheels ara sold and the greater number of the soup box wagons seen here and there and everywhere are running on But the bigger boy runs to bigger wheels and gets them as soon as he And the use of the soap box wagon In its higher development is not confined to children of parents in too moderate to permft of buying more expensive Many a boy who could afford to buy a regularly manu factured wagon puts together a soap box for the joy of making In its common use the soap box wagon so to a Chil dren push and pull onb another about In and have but there is many a soap box wagon that Is used as well for purposes of home for firewood refuse stuff gleaned from the wreckage of torndown build It is fair to presume this work the children that have thus hauled the firewood home turn loose and race their soap box around with the York She Couldnt Passay has such an un fortunate disposition so disputatious and so sensitive about her she wos in perfect agony the other day while Maj Bragg was telling some She knew ho was but It was something that happened 30 years phia SURE TO and with the same away from the shores of Egypt before there was enthusiastic Good but you didnt soy Bsrypt Of course I of You dont shuppose I had em shall away from er shores of do you You would have shald but I They shailed and and finally landed In That brought more applause lots of Shome men laughed till they had to hold er Mr did you land those pil grim fathers in Florida solemnly asked Mrs It was in the winter and they wanted to K and t krf and e uokernuts and and so I lauded Irlolda Vou wouldnt have 7 er Bpeoch But they landed at Plymouth Rock on the shores of dont dispute If you had been there and heard the applause you would never have disputed me You tend to er housework and Ill tend to er Pilgrim Well she as he folded his arms and looked up at the ceiling and nodded his Next great hit I he continued after a waa when 1 ehpoke of er heroism and Integrity of Mlloa Wash their Applause was tre mendouspositively Men jess sot up and whooped yelled and slapped each other on the Mr you didnt call him Miles You 1 shpoke of and Wheels for SoapBox Carts a Regular Article of Commerce Lots of Fun for Every child likes to have a wagon of some and toy wagons and wagons for larger children In these mod ern mada in practically endless Some are made of steel wheels and all they are modern to the But not every by my can afford to buy such a wngon as he so lots of boys make their own There are now for use In making boys great numbers of sets of They are simply wooden with a hole boreci in the center for the They cost only a few cents a Provided with a set of such the boy buys or begs from a grocer an empty soap and in its simplest form soapbox wagon consists of the box with the two sticks serving for axles nailed rigidly across the But the older boy Is not satisfied with He wants a wagon with a for ward axle that will like the axle of any ordinary and he nails on the bottom of his soap a strip of board projecting in front of the and In the outer end he bores a through which he thrusts into the for ward axle a kingpin on which the for ward axle will That is the soap box wagon in itfa highest primary and there are myriads of write for jMlsa would you mind tailing me what brand of Indelible ink you use 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