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a , Majestic mountains guard 2and until he various CaJltonS) different his Memories of Switzerland tongues; you In P ^. 3nd danger fi TM ^ey TTmtp* w*. ~ i .. , ' d - 3S revealed ta son ** year, A country somewhat small ' size, With azure lakes and rushing ' streams; . have Where rainbow trout, the sportsman's prize, to Hold their abode while he collect dreams. . Where nightingales at darkness sing Enchanting prajses to their mates; - Forget-me-nots and crocus bring A message of old nature's traits. Where church-bells on i p . Sabbath-day 5? out a ^emdly call for rest; force. Their tunes re-echo, while they Play, Throughout the valley and the crest. A sturdy folk dance twelve- nine-one, Imbued with freedom's precious ',,_ right; these producers Their 'One for all and all one " tickets will be v...,,-,. ,, ,, Â· , ,, Â·**Â· ^! ht J^ m throu * the. at. storms aright. And some of them -do leave their s For distant corners of the earth; They see the world while that they roam . . . Remembering still their land of birth! WERNER P. BRAEGGER. Coreys, N. Y.