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No. 167. Angry Words! Oh, Let Them Never.

H. R. P.

USED BY PERMI88IOM OF DR. H. R. PALMER,

OWNER OF COPYRIGHT.

Dr. H. R. Palmor.

1. An - gry words! oh, let them nev - er From the tongue un-bri - dled slip;
2. Love is much too pure and ho - ly; Friendship is too sa - cred far,
3. An - gry words are light-ly spo - ken; Bit-t'rest tho'ts are rash-ly stirred-

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No. 169.

We'll Never Say Fail.

COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY HOPE PUBLISHING CO.

W. A. Post.

Lizzie DeArmond.

Unison.

1. We're fighting for a no-ble cause, A happy, loy-al band, For ev'rything that's 2. We're marching on the winning side, A joyful com-pa-ny, Wher-ev-er Christ our 3. We're fighting for a no-ble cause, The roll-call is above; Each one must answer

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NOTE-To form bird's nest clasp hands, with little fingers raised in the palm of the hands to represent the baby birds. Let the thumbs represent the father and mother bird sitting on the forefingers which form the edge of the bird's nest.

MOTIONS-1, Point opward to treetop; 2, Hands clasped to form bird's nest; 8, Raise left hand thumb to represent the mother bird; 4, Raise little fingers representing the baby birds; 6, Raise right hand thumb representing the father bird: 6, Raise little fingers and thumbs representing the family of birds in the nest; 7, Point upward to treetop: 8, Look upward toward the sky; 9, Look down on the birds in the next.

No. 171.

Honor-Bright Gadets.

C. B. A.

COPYRIGHT, 1802, BY E. O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUSIC.

Mrs. Carrie B. Adams.

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We're ca-dets that want to bat - tle for the right, you see; That is why we 1. {For our watch-word we have chosen “Honor bright!" you see, [Omit.] .

We're de-ter-mined that we'll never know de - feat, you see; If we fight for 2. {For our Lead-er nev

er taught us to re - treat, you see, [Onit.] .

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band ourselves together;
right, we'll win the battle;

And we'll keep it up in ev-'ry kind of weather.
No matter how the guns and sabers rattle.

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For the right, then; Honor bright, then; We will march on our journey thro' the world;
We'll be strong, then,'Gainst the wrong, then,And we'll work till the setting of the sun;

Col-ors fly-ing,
Col-ors ily-ing,

Ev-er try-ing
Ev-er try-ing

To be true,as our banner is un-furled.
To be faithful un-til the vict'ry's won.

CHORUS.

Our hearts are

Then see us marching as to war; . . . With purpose steady,
Our gal-lant Lead-er goes be- [Omit.]. .

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