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I would not enter on my list of friends,
Though graced with polished manners and fine sense,
Yet wanting sensibility, the man
Who needlessly sets foot upon a worm.- COWPER.


Vol.   35.                                Boston, June, 1902.                                              No. 1.


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ST. PETER'S, ROME,  AT POPE  LEO'S  JUBILEE-NOW IN HIS NINETY-THIRD YEAR.
      Over 40,000 persons were in the Cathedral. [Used by kind permission of The Boston Herald].


   IF YOU WANT   TO LIVE LONG  KEEP  AT WORK.
   Some four years since a wealthy Boston gentleman told us
he thought of retiring from business. We advised him to first
take a six months' vacation and see how he liked it. The
result was that he is still at work.


   Chauncey M. Depew  says: - When a man from fifty
upward retires, as he says, for rest, his intellectual powers
bec6me turbid, his circulation sluggish, his stomach a burden.
Bismarck, at seventy-five, ruling Germany; Thiers, at eighty,
ruling France; Gladstone, at eighty-two, a power in Great


Britain; Simon
Cameron, at nine-
ty, taking his first
outing abroad and
enjoying all the
fatigues as well as
the delights of a
London   season,
illustrated the re-
cuperative pow-
ers of hard work.
Such   men   as
these   never
ceased to exer-
cise to the full
extent of  their
abilities their fa-
culties in their
chosen lines.
  To  the above
  we might  add
  Oliver Wendell
  Holmes at eighty-
  four, Neal Dow [as
  full of fight as
  ever] at ninety,
  our Ex-Gov. Bout-
  well at eighty-
  five, Joseph A.
  Willard, Clerk of
  our Superior
  Court, in his
  eighty-sixthyear,
  John W. McKim,
  our Judge   of
  Probate, about
  eighty, Mary A.
  Livermore in her
  eighty - second
  year, Archbishop
  John J. Williams
  in his eighty-first
  year, and Pope


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