The Artisan: A Monthly Magazine Representing the Students and the Faculty of the William Hood Dunwoody Industrial Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Official Publication of the Institute, Volume 5

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Page 11 - DRAMA, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act...
Page 8 - To live content with small means. To seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion. To be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, not rich.
Page 3 - SEND IT IN. If you have a bit of news, send it in. Or a joke that will amuse, send it in. A story that is true, an incident that's new, "We want to hear from you,
Page 12 - Carriages without horses shall go, And accidents fill the world with woe ; Around the world thoughts shall fly, In the twinkling of an eye.
Page 8 - ... babes and sages, with open heart; to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never ; — in a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the common. This is to be my symphony.
Page 30 - I declined it from a principle which has ever weighed with me on such occasions, viz., that as we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours, and this we should do freely and generously.
Page 32 - Informations were given in to the police against him as a magician : his lodgings were searched ; and a great number of copies being found, they were seized. The red ink with which they •were embellished was said to be his blood.
Page 47 - It ain't the guns nor armament, nor funds that they can pay, but the close co-operation that makes them win the day, "It ain't the individual nor the army as a whole, but the everlastin' teamwork of every bloomin
Page 21 - I have to live with myself, and so I want to be fit for myself to know. I want to be able, as days go by, Always to look myself straight in the eye; I don't want to stand, with the setting sun, And hate myself for the things I've done.
Page 7 - THERE'S a magical tie to the land of our home, Which the heart cannot break, though the footsteps may roam Be that land where it may, at the Line or the Pole, It still holds the magnet that draws back the soul. 'Tis loved by the freeman, 'tis loved by the slave, 'Tis dear to the coward, more dear to the brave ! Ask of any the spot they like best on the earth, And they'll answer with pride,

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