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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.   36.                               Boston, June, 1903.                                          No. 1.


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     GRATTAN  BOY.
From  The Buffalo Horse World.


    The   grand obljects of our American
Humane Education Society [first of its
kind  in  the  world]   and   of  all its Bands
of  Mercy   are  to  make   not  only  our  own


nation   but  the  whole   world   better   and
happier,   both  for  human beings and all
lower   creatures   that  depend   on  our  pro-
tection.


     OUR
 STRENUOUS
 PRESIDENT.
 We  have been
 reading one of
 the strenuous
 speeches of our
President at San
Francisco, of the
great navy  we
are going to have
-how we are go-
ing to control the
Pacific Ocean,
the Central Am-
erican Canal, and
the trade of ori-
ental countries,
and  we  almost
wonder how  the
Russians,  and
Germans,   and
French, and Ital-
ians, and people
of Great Britain,
with all their ar-
mies and navies,
are going to con-
trive to make a
living, unless, in-
deed, they emi-
grate to America
and become citi-
zens of our great
republic, in which
case we shall, of
course,  permit
them  to  plant
colonies   and
trade on  every
continent and on
all the islands of
every ocean.
  At the begin-
ning of our Civil
War,  Bull Run


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