fiiEKE's something in the name of Kate Whteh raany will condenan; Hui. listen now while I relate Tl] e truits of sume of Uiem. The-e's deli-Kate, a modest darre, And worthy of your loveShe's niceand beauiirul In frame As geutle as a üove. Comuni-Kate's intelligent As we muy wel i suppose; Her frnitful mind Is ever bent On telling wuat she knows. There's intrl Kate, she's so obscure, 'I Is hard to flnd her out, For she Is often very sure To put your wils to rout. l'revarl -Kate's a stubborn mai.l She 's sure to have her way; The oiivlllng. contrary jfide' übjects to all you say. There's alter-Kate, a perfect pest Much given to dispute; lier prauling tongae cun never rest, ion eau Dot her refute. There's dlslo-Kate, quite ia a fret VVho fails to gain her poiut: Her case is quite mi fortúnate, And sorcly out of joint. Kquivo-Kate no one will woo, The (.hing would be absurd; SUÍ is so falthlt'ss and tini.rue, You cuu nol tak e her wom. Tliere's viudl-Kale, she's good and true, Ami strives wlth all her mighl Her duty laithfully to do. And baldes for the right. There's rusü-Kate. a country lass, Qillre fond of rural sceues; She likes to ramble through the graas, Aod Uirougli the evergreens. if ;ill the maidens yon can flnd, Tliere's none like etiu-Kate; BeOBllse she elevates her mind, And aiins for somethlug great.