37 Animals 1 (1904-1905)

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                                                                   O    GLoN y TO


                                                                   a  PEACE ON EARTH,              O
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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. 37.                                     Boston, June, 1904.                                                 No. 1.


                                                                                           A NOON   DAY  REST.
                                                                               A PICTURE OF PERFECT  PEACE IN THE SCOTTISH
                                                                                               HIGHLANDS.
                                                                                  (Fror Young Catholic Messenger, Dayton, Ohio.)
                                                                               This beautiful picture [some twenty times larger]
                                                                               occupies a prominent place in our parlor, and amid
                                                                               all the war stories, murders and crimes that come to
                                                                               our table every day it gives us rest and satisfaction
                                                                               to look at it.
                                                                               We  think our readers will study it with care and
                                                                               interest.                  GEO. T. ANGELL.


                                                                               GIFTS TO  OVER  THREE HUNDRED MASSA-
                                                                                 CHUSETTS COUNTRY TOWNS BY THE
                                                                                 MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY FOR THE PRE-
                                                                                 VENTION   OF  CRUELTY   TO. ANIMALS.
                                                                               At the May meeting of the directors of the Massa-
                                                                               chusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
                                                                               Animals and The American Humane Education So-
                                                                               ciety, held May 18th, it was voted that in memory
                                                                               of the generous gift of the late Arioch Wentworth
                                                                               the Massachusetts Society hereby offers to the
                                                                               Selectmen of each of the over three hundred Mas-
                                                                               sachusetts country towns twenty dollars to aid in
                                                                               establishing watering troughs or fountains for ani-
                                                                               mals, attached to which should be an iron cup for
                                                                               the use of human beings, and on or near which shall
                                                                               be inscribed or painted the words, Blessed are the
                                                                               merciful.
                                                                               The  Selectmen of all Massachusetts towns are
                                                                               requested to kindly notify me of their acceptance
                                                                               and checks will then be forwarded to their chair-
                               4                                              men.
                                                                               We  shall hope to publish widely a long list of
                                                                               towns which have kindly accepted our gift.
                                                                               We  would like to have the Selectmen, as well as
                                                                               everybody else, read the story of an Italian boy,
                                                                               on pages 3-4.
                                                                                                     GEO. T. ANGELL,
                                                       _ u    -'APresident of the Massachusetts society for the
                                                                                            Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the
                                                                                            American Humane Education Society, Nro.
 By w  wVatson              A NOON   DAY  REST.                                             JO MUik Street, Boston, Mass.


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