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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

j7t,rfjwtf-'rj ' r""" ' ' '-' V 'Boiled- Plum 3ugding (Dhe ,pO;firid 'of 'butter,- l-pouud of suet :reen from "strihcrs -nnVI cKohnen 4 offlotir"2 'pcrurids'of' cittrantj"2 ptaund&'of'raislns eeden chappepapidredgedrwithffldur, 4 oi ar-pouna-jDi curon snreqaea nne, lreggs wnitesjnd X'k.s beaten " Separate1y1 oiritf of firfilk', 1 dunce 1 orclpYes,'' ounce- of-mace,. 2 ' grateKnutmegs. Cream, bittter fjVin'ciirr'ir non-f ii4-k rAll'o wrriin . arid' sugar,, beat inthe volks when ' whipped isftiodth and light ; 'next put""ih' the fmillc, tfienlhe flour alternately ' with -.'the. i beaten whites ;' brandy-and sprees; lastly thle-fruitj-iwell dredged'wifh floujr. Mjx.'afll thoroughly, ' wrings-out rjddingcloth in hot water1, ikur yelhinside, p,our- in,L,the mixture - -awdboil five'hours. T "" "p -. BaKe'd 'Plum' 'Pudding. One and a,hal pounds soda crackerst 'buttered and soaked in sweet millc over nights Mash ' jirie, add 4 b'eaten eggs, '114. pounds seeded r5insra"cupful df ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

mmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm UPLIFT STUFF. L went in a restaurant to get something to eat, Hollow from my head down to , my feet, Ordered a doughnut and I wiped off the grease And handed the girl a five-cent v piece, She looked at the nickel and stye i looked at me, And said "That don't look good, you see There's ahole in the nickel and it - runs clear through." Said I, "There's a hole in the doughnut, -too !" Accent on the stuff. ' First member silent, like,h in rats. London is spending $10,000,000 on docks. The bricks they heave atvou are never made of straw. ' , ' Troubles never singly, soit is said. come A man is fairly young so long as he remembers how to roll a snowball. You never climb so, high as when you , lift some other fellow, with you. It is unkind to know too much, for others are then robbed of the joy of Jutting you. wise. You don't find honest men by ..looking Jor themj Or fORTiVM.. MEf?HT fbf . eiper srre Viohefer pys T)ER MOST MONEY. ftNTY FUfi UNO nivquwnc. yR VANGE...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

. 1 1 - OSOAAnD ADOLFSUCH ISvA MILITARY CAREER IN CHINA !r" 1 TACK OP , f soat sryjROs fOUR DlNGSlJ V QUICK J ' " 1 ' . , . '' ' V 1 ' n MA A VULWRES. J I ' Ho-ome,' fo 1 .J.! MftiAiiiiiiiiiaAfliii

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

ji m. ! ' jr ' . , r . . JU1. THE GRQUCHYPAPA. Grouchy ,Palpa'd)dn't jeem to be 'grouchy.. Howevei? Tm not making excuses' fpjyhim because he really JhaU'jib more jexcuse to be grouchy iftanr&jchddhas 'ta'b'e saucy. Jf ' $'J?i -? wasgrouchy..ltiadjjust got into the habit bf'lettfng3, go of himself inside , l" ' . One njormng'he- wasuma hurry TGoucPapilathTrejdhis" face StfytW'tpwel, 1)uriiiVrzor was dulLhxiiwhrr heuna!bjs Jittle jNed' had 'been-asing'hls.strQRi as oucfrys Pg(pa-brt)ke out rsadr"gapcafcejj!' very l)oue. 'Gr .agaiVands w' r.JLi, At ttfat jnorner.alpng came 'Nancy and pushed -the door to shave; Iehai beerr'out teteganjsthim&nfd"mad hrmcutjns - i rf - ' " i , ' ' - - ' ' ' the nightrbefore, and he had an important piece qf business wait- ' ihg for him at the shop, which would 'mean,sugar "on the family bread, if he won, of bread without butter for, a while,,if he lost. So when he'found that Nina' had been usmg his shaving brushjto" paint the back...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

m S -vfyp-K"- TZC "yr'Zr fw-y - -r1-vii'p t - pf Strong Children. A little "bit of a four-year-old came hurrying along and when Grouchy Papa didn't a step aside for him, the youngster bawled, "Get out of the way, you good-for-nothing Grown-Up." , Grouchy Papa wasn't used to being addressed that way and he " said, "Well, of all the impudent bratsi" "What!" cried the four-year-. old, such. language from a grown-up to its youngsters. You need to be taught a lesson, and as your nurse seeqts to have neglect'r ed you, I'll attend to you myself." He leaped to Grouchy Papa's shoulder, gave him a cuff ori the ear, jumped ddwn and disappeared before the astonished Grouchy Papa iaiew what had happened. - Tomorrow we'll hear what happenecLnext. lo o ' CITY BRIEFS. Samuel R Rainey, .1948 W. Jackson, drew $1,-300 fronV bankj to buy grocery. 'Boarded street car. Money taken. Pickpockets. . Miss Wflma Strosheim, Forest City, assisting in initiation of . ' candidates in secret society at S Kenoha. C...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

3- J ! ' " jr ""A.A"-.1 W & t rajvenue iand Cortland 'street last night. Assailant not. captured .4 'Miss Jane A'ddams, Hull hbuie, protests granting '.of1 saloojt license at- 8041- W. 'Polk street." v&fayor will decide, majtter. ". ' "Ji'rnmy,"'the-black bear ar-rested-for assaulting a policeman tho'ugfit jail a fine-place., Kissed jailer. JDanced'reargrizly bear." M"'. Petrou; hTsowhertook'him back to Lyons yesterday. - v Walter Peachrnanamini vdlan'a "avenue", "attempted to be 'fman" about. to wn?'v on small "s,al'ary: Stol.e $15 from store;.' Will be 'about BnjieweltfC -for' next ' fp'tfr njonfhs. I ". " '--Edwin ' Kimv'23, -a" teamster, 3442 Unfoh,-.-'sentenced 'to. . six months-in house o'fcorrectipn for "wif eT abandonment ' " r ,' ho have .favored the ter,ms ofreU m-Jthimperial .edict;1 issued o 0- . H ., , . REBELS-BEHEAD TWO, OF -i ;::THEIR GENERALS ' t . ' Shanghai, Nov. 9! Gensv Chia and Tseng, in, command of the xebet.forces at GhangTSha, were sh...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

WRH W v itnjuifrt -. Wttj. f" ' TELEGRAPH BRIEFS That philanthrqplcal institution, the Southern Pacific railroad, -which lately has been heard in appeals for support against its striking "workmen, has ordered the water cut off from the homes of strikers at Gila in the. Arizona desert. This shows the excellent fairness of the Southern Pacific, and gives ample reason why the people, support it. Of course many of the wives and' children of the strikers, cut offrjom their water supply in the midstvof the desert, may die, hut see the ""biisiness-iike" way in which the Southern. Pacific is handling the situation! Being a Chinese general is about as safe an occupation as smoking, cigars in'powder plant Speaking of Frankfurt, Ky., Taft said Abraham Lincoln had he "most judicial temperament of any, man in history .;" It isn't fair'to libel the dead, William. Cal P. Rodee'rs, the aviator, of fered $500 loving' cup by Willie, Randolluf -Hearst as prize for Crossing vcoririnent. Cal said Hearst...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

tSSSSSSSSS ismmmpimmmm!! mm r ... ' ' ig acted fas-torch. r bearer :at lodge4neetingtCanghtiSre. - Ex-cited-ifriend threw- alcohol onher to .quench i sflames.. Ygkthe-U 1 jfe was-sayeg:;-;; v-"-v .""c -IJPoguecab'ineth'asfesign-ecji'-' Wficli'.one?jL'".yitj,Vv T 1 '' IrhpeYjijal TSjm'.Bidaisiklu.orch'estra' shihupjjth alpqx in uaint &nerPoit .llur-cm. ,r t Ge'jjlH Sjjperior;; ;WMv went huh ting., with' Ed&e"BJa&L Edd'Rpedonr icie. . kjil&'-s legU-T)kamputeteHL "C" cfereahedJine-inJafterijbn paper Butiwha.t;wjj.s the riniejdoing pn.tJichhrjrFic?: -; '-Ai Mrg.. .MoIUe : t;Pajejgo,-;rafe of janjjtorrVat-WahiQrlecr5? SGhool,LDngelesj&ought.sp(it agaJEnstMisses-' MaryVijnd Elofence, Hpyiel,"; 'proprietrjessesf or alfenajtjonTof- hubby's affections. Values.; them-at $10,0(Xt -V .,.. Jo E." ;Goopei, latmng:ntxa$tqry, Sajr Erandscp;v, walkedin sleep.. Attacked - wife'fl '.with h'atchet- . - t- ". '.''i -1" J ' ' Robin - Rockefeller...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

M , & 1, , LOUISE VERMILYATELLS OWN STORY; SCOFFS ATT -MURDER CHARGES; THEM FALLS IN DEAD FAINT.i Tenth Victim Found Boyserf Proved Untruthful in Denying .Close Friendship With ' Ver-milya--Double Guard ' Placed pn Woman.-' Louise Vermilya told her own Btory-today.. Half fainting, Her face at limes twitching in agony, the woman who is accused of having poisqn- Mrs. Louise Verimlya. fed ten persons, ,-went- over; her wliole ifeljefore a group" of newspaper men. - Plainly as sne-suffered during the recital she never once -lost her perfect control over herself, She never once .failed to make her meanineeriectlx-clear.,,. -- When she had finished, she was trembling as if in- an ague. She' rose and tried to cross to the other side of the jairhospitalHalf way she fell to the floor in'a dead," faint. ' - , Her condition now is serious, The guard over lier has "been doubled. Dr.Jiogan, "jail physi- i in i , Mrs. Vermilya's Home, 415 E. ' 29th Street r cian, is spending aU ,his t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm INCIDENTS IN-'THE-LiFEOF MRS.'VERMIfcYA rjgfc,-'';: ::- ( - , ' ,isaezffie,sz' f&EZ'QXzr.siSrtayr lti s. .J J T ' - .' . . .Ill CQOA'5X'& ?BEJOBT Jl&ttCrSZcs -jjurr- "Sr- sevetal' severer vpmiting spells--.Ytjihe officiala;at.the jail say she cannot possibly have secured poison sface her imprisonment: ' And, while -the wbmanJlies sick unto' Heath, the pqllce investigation into her past is being pursued' rigorously. ' ' ! 'A,new figure lias ' entered, the mystery of death that surrounds Mrs. Vermilya-'s iife. He' was Jayson Ruppert; a fireman "on the Soo road, who frequented Mrs. Vermilya's flat for a -rime. Rupert died January 17, 1910, at the Rhodes Avenue hospital. His complaint was "acute gastritis." Arthur JDenton,vohce'Ruppert'sychum, today asked the police 'po investigate his death., " ' Five minutes after. Rupp'ert's death, Undertaker C. C. Boysen balled for his body. - . "The ' same, tiling happened, in ' t&e tase o...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

JBfc "SSSJ v- . - , 'M VfcgWISSijp v-wuMmr- lying under the charge of murder. She scoffs at the accusations against her. She says that she has no doubt but that she will be acquitted. She brushes $iside all the suspicious circumstances" in her history as mere coincidences. , More, she admits that her first hUsband, Fred Brinkamp, diei by poison. She confesses that she is unable to understand the poisoning o'f Bissoiiette. And she denies flatly that she attempted suicide in the "House of Death" at 415 East Twenty-ninth street last Saturday. .. 4 'When she made -the statement --she was sufferingtsevere paip, the result of the arsenic she swallowed-Saturday. vTHe.pain (Showed pjainlyun her face, yet 'she traced the charges - against her almost lightly. Her interview is as follows r "It Is aiiawful thing for a -woman like myself, 45 years old, to be held in jail charged with 'the murder of one of my best friends. It is woyse to be held up to the public as a sort o monster, who probably ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

immmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm '&z- h& -y.ouithink.thajtppsjjihle ? -Do you think thaYifthisweje-spj my; evil GhafacterwpulH;VnoVnav,p Ee'en :fcnjwn lona'g -; 1 ;1 -;;r A'They sayrthatIf tfiejjl t o'pqm'iijt .suicide : "Saturday.,? Thatfis . - -perilous., .' ' Hare, J 'tfa pepper . rr.An 4ii3j-hjidiwrtHoh'ajr- If I "wanted tpklll.jnys.ejf,' '"jy'f "if . wajtfedrJQsnjakc avayswith Imfclfduklt not stake, all of. it.lhaUlwiitAqXt cnoughtorac4prapi&hJ-raVj-'puf-vented jaiedgin'gX, "$, .jp--tors'didhptnciwTwfiat-wa's.ip the .box. The. nurses. (jjdjrat Jknow. nie) Jdid-ijot .kpowL, -,. . x ,. "Any .sensible. pej;soptnjist; see hat'thesuicide;charg2j,notan.lv false, but- utterlVf fqolish' and-$$-. iculojis.j , -7 -;" :- v .;; j-j- :- r ''I canr!seerf why-cai'suspidop Ihoujd Tje arousedfasjto tb.e..feath ofrniy, first ' husband,? .'EfedirBidnikampt. I .V.1I .::o x:i- ." .1 "He was poigpned.'He' .died, in -my "opinion ,- from idf inking cider outr of ai ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

must have- conspired against the son's life. "My first husband was not insured when he died. My two little girls, one of whom died of gastritis, and one of heart disease, were not insured. ""The death of 'Mr. Smith, whose friendship for me has been the subject of so much conversation, .did not profit me in the least. I believe the obligation was the other way. "The statement of the undertaker that I delighted in handling dead bodies also is ridiculous. I did not expect that my good -offices jn caring for the dead when I was a widow whose time hung heavy on her hands, would be used by the police as evidence to prove me a murderess. "I only cared for the bodies of such dead-persons as I knew, or as were relatives of friends of acquaintances ofmine. "Most women have a horror of looking after dead persons. I have not. I have no fear of the dead now, and I never can re- . member a time when I was afraid to touch a dead body. But I did not delight in doing so. "It is fearful to make me ou...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

3, Vjl"t- '. rs interview-was-'at an- end.-, and "it was 'thenshe ..'fainted." . 'The" police are making a rigid examination' of the death 'of 'Jayson, Ruppert:. " ".Whilenk Has'.been established that- be "often -visited Mrfc. VeTmHjust prjarrp'Tiis deathi it has ndt been p'roienithat hVever ate.'rrida'ls tbere:"" , rThisjthe' police 'feel; is 'the kegnote, .which ithey must' .discover. They ,thirik:thatMt' was1 with'; the pepperbox .of' arsenic' rthat.Iyfrs. Vermifya accomplished-the slow, torturing', dea'ths ,r of -all, those vliom she wishedto,get,rid,-,of s MAN ACTS LIKE-boilTp ' : v: .PUZZLES POLICEMEN A "badly- puzzled l6t of .policemen'" at 'the tSheiffield " station worked " with", a welUappea'ring nia'n'of about 40 years of-age. f or three hour&today,tryihg-to make him act natural.' 'He. was .arrested 'by a policeman at the -Diver-sey park bathing "beach simply because he -wouldn't -move, wouldn't talk.c "an'd 'wouldn't change his fixed stare.- -Theylif led him ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

A'""r 4 f V" ??9smr -vt r TRAGIC ROMANCE OF "WAVING ANNIE" BECOMES HEROIC, BUT HER SAILOR BOY MAY NEVER COME Three wives sat up in the light house tower, And they trimmed the lamps as the sun went down; And they looked at the'squall and f hey looked at the shower, And the night rack came rolling ragged and brown? But men must work and women must weep, Though storm be sudden and waters deep, And the harbor. bar bemoaning! Charles Kingsleyl Here is the story of "Waving Annie" a story that has a beginning, but does not end. , beautiful sister of the keeper of' Tybee light, off the Georgia coast, It's about this sea-bred girl and the sea-faring lad who loved her. There's not much to be said about it only that the seafaring lad used to come to the Tybee light to see the keeper's' sister, and that he loved the keeperis-sister and she loved him. - Then the sea-faring lad went to sea, as sea-faring men must, and Annie waved -good fby" to him from the'lighthpuse. t This part of the story has...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

wmmmmimam m y'Pv.-- i c5- Vft4f Is'V V ' ' ' ' ' -m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m- r wreckage, nosparno boat or bqard from Kerevfef.ame asfibfe to bespeakherjpassing. ;Sbe disJ appeareu utieriyironuineiace 01 the deep. Ada'ftef aMbngf'tinie she' was posted-aslost, "abdomen gaye-up loolan'g-forlh'erf S But Annie:dfdnotf forget Nevera sail or-a' piu-'o"! smoke oh the horizQn,b"ykda"yr.'nevera twinkle df red' 4a"rid'i!efceeh liehts '"by ght but Anmciwa't'chirig vfrbm J ni 1 t CHARTER-THREE is 1abQufowjriWa,vmg Annie" went;out orTher.blco'ny the othernight to 'signal alpassing-vSteamer, and-ho'wfor"qnce'' shciprgot ' to wave'.anHCnsteput off in a launch5aron,eanH saved, the lives o.f 30,men." ,t' x ,-,-'-? j ,owen,sneiwenout sne saw the UgU&ftSvpmg.M U. S. steamTdloKanll without yaningtio,Fner,' 0roxncr-.ro gee out in.. . ., t z? . ".'! i, 7V.?. i r- 'JiV.- -. .srrr &v&sz&r.-.i??f?i. W&& 2rmh i "'W"' Annie .Martus..' - l "' v- ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

sS less pontoon drifted out toward the open sea. Then came "Waving Annie" with her little open launch to throw a line to the drifting raft and tow it with its human freight to a place of safety in the salt marshes. So now the story of "Waving 'Annie" becfome something more than merely a sad romance. It 'becomes a romance not only-tragic but heroic. Before, it was merely pathetic No the pathos has assumed a certain quality of dignity, almost of m grandeur, that always goes with any deed of signal heroism such as that- to which' the men of Dredge No. 15, owe their livesv t " CHAPTER FOUR , There really isno Chapter Four. Unless it can be considered a chapter to say that Annie still keeps her vigil that she goes out ori the balcony still, day and night with her kerchief or her lantern, to wave to the shjps as they gp by. But thatvs hardly what you'd call a chapter. Strictly speaking, 'Annie's story does not end. It just drags on day in and day out of watching for a stop- that never com...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

'THEORY AND PRACTICE - Congress is going"aftef high prices.withan.axit Js said. Senator Clapp's committee in interstate commerce is, sharpening, the weapon now. They have got so far as to-iask, 'these questions : "Shall a commission-be established: to -fix .the prjce-of butter and eggs and mutton each mornmg?" -j- z ; "'Shall a commission be given authority -to, investigate .prices, with a view and with authority for, fixing a maximum jmce.tp be charged by the butcher and .the baker?" -- -- - "Shall competition, to be insured by -a-, slightly strengthened Sherman anti-trust law, be relied upon tckeepj-prices-and wages at the proper levels?" , t : - - V ' ,- In the meantime, Mayor Shank of:Indianappis artdMayor Hanna of Des Moines are selling potatges-jto consumers-at a ;rea- sonable advance over actual cost. .i. And down on the Isthmus 'your Uncle Samuel is supplying all the necessaries of life to a large popula,ion on terrfis that make a fpllnw'c mniifVi wmi-ar " . . fellow's mouth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

THE DM BftOK 500 SO. PEORIA:ST. 398 TEE. MONROE 353 Chicago, Friday, November 10, 191 1CONDITIONS FOUND. IN. DEPARTMENT STORES BY THE CHICAGO VICE COMMISSION Instances Related Where Employers, Superintendents 1 and Others Were Responsible for the Downfall of ', Salesgirls The Importance of the Suppressed "Key" . -to the Report of the Vice' Commission The importance of the "key" to the report of the Chicago Vice Commission 'can easily be understood when "reference to department stores are read. The report gives instances of temptations to salesgirls in department stores, and" in each instance the'Commission knew which department1 store was referred to. Instead of naming" the stores, however, the name of each .would be left out, and letters and figures substituted like (X985b) for example. , , We do not know why the "key" was suppressed. The only reason given that we have' seen was that it might subject some owners of property in the levee to blackmail. Nor do we know why the postoffi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

immmmmmmmmmmmmm r stores, however, it would appear that they ought to "be located in the levee district. Wednesday The Day Book published extracts from the vice report concerning' temptations to which salesgirls in the department stores were subjected. Today we quote additional extracts that followed those of Wednesday in the repo'rt. These extracts will give the people of Chicago further information tending to show the necessity-for an aroused public conscience. These extracts from the vice report follow : "IV. MEN EMPLOYERS, SALESMEN AND WOMEN. A CERTAIN FLOOR WALKER HAD BEEN IN THE HABIT OF TAKING GIRLS "OUT. HE WAS CONTINUALLY HARASSING THE GIRLS WHO DID NOT ACCEPT HIS INVITATIONS. A HOUSE DETECTIVE FINALLY SUCCEEDED IN HAVING HIM DISCHARGED. "SOME SALESGIRLS WILL TESTIFY THEIR DOWNFALL WAS CAUSED BY THEIR EMPLOYERS, AND THEY ACTUALLY WORE DIAMONDS BELONGING TO THESE EMPLOYERS. "TWO jGIRLS WHO ARE EMPLOYED IN A DEPARTMENT STORE (X985a) CAME TO WORK ONE DAY IN AN INTOXICATED COND...

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