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SAKE room for the thousands on thou
sands returning From the lowly pathway of darkness! Our hearts with accents of kindness are
yearning;Unfurl your proud banner and wel
come them in!
From the isles of the ocean, the plains and
the dells, Thousands on thousands are watching the O'er cities and towns, o'er valleys and
stream; The fond mother's heart in gratitude swellsOh! say, shall we wake and find this a
mountains, May the flag of temperance o'er all be
unfurled! It bids you partake of the life-giving foun
tain, Those waters are flowing to gladden the
Oh! still at our post we stand to deliver,
late hearth, And the demon of whisky is vanquished for
ever, Whose breath like a plague has darkened
Sign the Pledge
HERE is the man who would not shrink
CHORUS—Cheerily, readily, come along, Sign our pledge and sing our
If you'll only make the start,
Where's the man his bottle tips?-
Come, then, Charlie, Fred and Lew
Say to your friends, where ere they be,
'Tis rum that makes me fierce and wild, 'Tis rum that robs my wife and child.
It robs the pocket, racks the brain,
And when you make your New Year's call Just say you do not drink at all.
Say to the girls, where ere they be, “That very drink may ruin me!"