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RUTHIN. I A SOLDIER'S MOTHER'S PLEA. I When the war broke outi we pleaded and prayed 1 For the ladg to go and fiyht, Iú'd a noble thiog to do, we said- And the Nation will see yoa eight, I Your woik ehall be kept, and a eoidier's fame I Bbail ba added to your honoured name. Have we forgotten tha bleeding bve^st, The empty sleeve and tha b*gg«dtaoe? Was the war to 118 but a pissing jwij P For the women and girla afcill keep their place And cuiby jobsj and the weil-piid work 13 given to man who hghfelng shirked. Ah me alas ic was ever so, A'k the Vetsraaa who for their country b'ed, In the Nation's wars of long agoâ In the shresbB they asked their daiiy bread, ADd the public tribute seemed bo be, A penoy ia the pialo-e for charity. Thank Gjd there are still some noble men Who would right the wrong and soldiers' pay And their number is but aseore. le's up to out vobea to make them more For the boys who fought) so gallaably, Will figbt for the ⢠Righss of yoa and me. A SOLDIER'S MOTHER,

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