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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 17 November 1911

mmmmmmmmqmmmmmmmmmimm Q MINERS AND SOCIALISTS MOVE TO OUST GOMPERS Want New A., F. of L. Head IVIrs. Raymond Robins Asks - Legislation'for Women.-" Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17. Though tlje Gompers followers were con fident of victory, a-movement was started this afternoon to make a combination between the Social ists and the Western Federation of Miners to try to unseat Gom pers and elect anew president for the A. F. of L. s The issue will be made on the demand that President Gompers sever his connection with the Na tional Civic Federation which he has refused flatly to do'. The So cialists were angered by reference in Gompers' annual report to , ''Rainbow Chasers." The Gompers men said this af- ternoon that the anti-civic Ifeder? ation resolution would be ad versely reported and beaten on " the floor of the convention. They predicted a swepihg victory for Gompers, A resolution was introduced ' this afternoon by the typographi cal union condemning Samuel B. Donnelly ,the United Stages pub...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 17 November 1911

m "iMZr '-j?'-1. v "&. &'&& .,z ?":' ."?-?" f ..H ' - i r. ''Civ v-w rA'i'ii,Ji fyw . TT mHRs S"-. . ;4A"iT iT. -..wv ---v..;;--.. - -' -- - m&3mmi&mmmmmm SlHBfBfflBiB 'HHnSill taHKH'1 H&SHhmIHkKS fi&fliilHI' !- - ; . t -t, g-. T -,..., , ,. , c "7 ) ' Upper- vr epictiiEe shoVirs:ra. ibtigt'of vJuare2;lield.;Up:ly sU7 .'& immignatioh roa'dageritsjx! jr. - o Torrent J of Peon Poison ''Flows ih Frbrn'Mexicolto Fatten Sail- road pividends "and ".Compete . -With American -Workmen' -in . .the-Southwest.- - . . ' By W.;G. ShVpherd. "- El Xis? Texas,' Mo. 'W.-f-A torrent ' of .'poison 'is flowinsr' into "the "United" .'States- to' fat - Pacific, the ' Santa '-'Fev.a'n'd': tHc Rbck'Is'land'railro'a'ds."' '-. '"-"i 1 The" poison" ispedn-iab'dr.'wli.' r':-Tfie'fieh"contract -JaborMaw pfbVides;lj(X)0"fih!e-f6?any;eu?- States. "Each; rai!r.6ard' wbi:lvedfhrf)l5eh, an', emnloj'me'n aeency? -"netdf ten th'e'diVjdends- of-the 'Srtutheor lHheTwais4ofth'e?e'lisenc...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 17 November 1911

the feeding and clqthing of the peons conducting the commis saries of the railroads. Up to a year ago these agencies hadlabox 'rustlers" in Mexico who went so far as to advertise in Mexican newspapers and rnake speeches to the peons from the rear, platform of trains, urging them to gd to Juarez where they could find 'work. Hundreds of thousands . of peons'flocked to Juarez. Penniless and bewildered they were then literally attacked at the, Juarez railroad station by a pack- of railroad "rustlers" fight ing for the hest specimens of physical strength. "Come to, my hotel,""a rustler" would urge. "It wont cost you anything, if you haven't any money." The peon would be told next morning to cru&s the river into the United States and that somebody from the "hotel" would be there to meet him. That was surely violating the alien contract laboj law. Where was Uncle Sam? When all the truth comes out some of Uncle Sam's officials along the 'silvery' Rio Grande may go 'io jail. And, if ther...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 17 November 1911

'--' ;-vRkvvv.4.5"',:,uK,"i; u-" l ".tj.-,j"J"" 'day, except.that:th"e immigration; amnorities a.ujs.1 jrasojcjaunnnai; they have" endedlth'e Jirustlmfif.'' . :.5inceJurte;abb'ut25,(XX):peGns- have -orossed-the bridge'ljatiTsI' Pa'soX c -"j. .:.' I ..'v: .' 'The degiantment" of'pomnierce andlabr 15; preparing!, taskitije. raflrqads, next -January,; Vtjikje better care;(f the'pepnsvt vFhele: payment ha alsooclos.ed? thje lar W, agency i"hot els" qiiihe-JtJa,Fez sideband' ",dpes jnot',pihitth3e agentfev tpj J:e4f clotheV oDfight over the peon'anyWdre.,,'. 1 .Bpt- the,, evil js growing anjifis. RockIslaqdagerrjeportdtai he tooll8 peonsio work'in'QhiQT And? latelythe rajlroads'shave begun "-to--demand gnlv'peVns wjithfanilies.;Apeon wjytha-f&nij ily- upport on JjLQCL "adays'a fiejplesshumjilehoieteslave!' ;r;'t .CITY-BRIEFS ,,T ) ,," - - - -v , vBqmb, thrown .at reari door-- of Fraberi a'ance haH,nl20:?Et 22d;-last nigh't. j xDaihage. slight. No jarres ts. dBy-1 the i way; oyhy hash...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

,Y s .. "" fttE ill I Bik.B.,t '..ir'- :.p: Btfuii . SdO.SO.-KEORIA SX-. - jJfrVjriF5L.;M.QNROE 353 'Ghicagoj Saturday, oyeSffellPlf. : MltXtONAIRE PiACKERSMUST FACETRIAL ? MONDAYrKOHLSAAT" ENDS ALL.QUIBBLfNG IirieYear'FightidfjGoverhinentoGpfrBisef, Trust Into, f? . Court Ended- When Habeas'rJSofpUsjtWirits,Are - a Quashed. ;: . - ; " , ,,tf ; ?' -: 5- . : :'"Fen iVil1iofeife,ee!Ank befq.re'EederalJudge GA Car penter tp.aftswer'.to the charge ui 11:111411114117 t.lUUWUIg, mt-cu- Rie. ;' v '-. - . ; r ;" VJudge 'Christian CKbhlsaal tqday put; ,the kibosti qrf'tfic sfira.Vt move'of''tfie' fust-Jaw".-yerstodelaythe 'trial 'for ah ofher "year '- 1. clje quashed - the Vrjt's of Habeas" corpus . hp himself -ig supdl-lgst .Tuqsjday) nd,w4iici tpoVtheackers Sfropi 'Tbefore Judge xpenter ihtp- his pwi court. . r . ? ' :"He. 'granted-, the packers are appeal"on the r constitutional question, 'involved -in' the "pengJ section pf ; the Sherman anfi trust law. , ',. , '' ( "' -But hVseparated i...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

Supreme Court- of these United States.- - ' - But they are afraid of having their dirty, linen hauled out irm open court 'before the eyes of'the people. They are afraid that the. methods they have used in holding upt the people will be exposed in court. . i They are afraid the 'people will see and understand just how they have been robbed -and cheated. --? Andthey are afraid they will be stopped in their career of rob-j -.. . GEE WHIZ! JUST THINK OF IT! " "If the court realizes what he has done, he will Undo it. "At the present time the defendants in this case face the debasement, the humiliation, 'the ignominy of being locked up in , jail until the Supreme Court of the United States passes on a c certiorari petition. '"The Thanksgiving recess of the Supreme Court is near. The prisoners may have to tay in jail oveY the Thanksgiving.! holidays. Think of that, your honor!" Levy Mayer, attorney for the packers, as he begged Judge Kohl- saat to save the packers by granting an appeal, af...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

'' j. ? ''V: A 11. f " - -.Tlje 'government -hasspent-'huhdreds of ..thousands of" dollars in .the prosecution. - ' , "v The5eetCrrust'Aas"jJaideven--niofe than the government ftr itshigh' priced; lwyeFSijskilled .jn the scienceof legal trickery, and jugglery. ' ?v. s ;..'" ;:..- '. . , -But a4asthetend(is,msight, and the Beef Trust 4nust answer to-tKeiealtip-judgearpenter's court Monday. " - The decision .of JJudge Kohlsaat that spoiled .the pie "their lalvV yerfr'Ijad cgokled cajnes aTgreat surprise to the packers this morn ings - ,s r,V ,'-. : l"-'-'- t-t V.j : . .' '- ,f m. '--He Eehderied'i after -United JSfates. DjgtrjctAttorney Wilfcer son,.hal cjpsedjjis arguemnt .with 'a -scathing denunciation of tthe opeTplea,-f-ti4ecBeefrvusttpnieys that the.case.be delayed ipT one year so;asjnpt,to 'hurt' "business," , ThenrJudgeKohlaattgaYeihis decision. He quashed the writs. :Hj asfe'djhis 'depisien,jpn',the -ground thdt District Judge Car penter had full jurisdiction in the case. ,- '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

J"J ; iSKWf '"C w r"x,y 'gfcj "5 were-runder bond, and wouldmain, under .bond,- ana not in a, until their -trial was over. -',, , 'L,'evy Mayer then askedthe court to grant an appeal. He de manded for the packers tnesaW rights as "are granted felons." Attorney, Sheeaminterrupted again. - " He pointed out that the packers had rib" claim to the rights of felons, because they had pot been tried and found guilty in a court of law. . "The right of,appeal the felon's right will be open to the de fendants after they have been tried and found guilty in Judge Car penter's court, and should not beopen.to them before that," he said: Judge Kohlsaat granted the appeal. a, .But once more he.made the Beef Trust barons nine of whotf) were in court gasp with surprise. -1 . For in granting the appeal, he refused to take the packers oul of the custody of the District court, and required that they be sur rendered to .their sureties. . By refusing himself to' admit the defendants to bail, Judge Kohlsaat...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

tt"f T5tvM BROLASKI, REFORMED GAMBLER AND 'FIXER' GIVES ' TESTIMONY BEFORE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION , Charges That An Agreement Be tween Gamblers.and Politician tween Gamblers and Politicians Was Made Before McWeeny Was Made tihief of Police. " Sffale of protection prices -r Saloons open all night $ 50 All night saloons with music 75 Crap games . '. 50 PoTcer games v. . 25 Resorts selling liquor '. 100 Apartments, liquor 'selljng". . 15 'Harry Brolaski, reformed gam bler, "fixer" and go-between, took the stand yesterday afternoon be fore tbe police civil -service com-' mission, and 'directly, charged two aldermen, the jchief of police, the chief -inspector, and, many lesser political and police lights with collecting protection money and other forms of graft on mem bers of the underworld.. The most sensational chargeTof Brblaski was that before Mc Weeny was made chief of police an. agreement was reached be tween McWeeny, Inspector Hunt, Uen Hyman, member of the gamT bling trust; Tom...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

and that "Solly" Friedman, his collector, levied tribute, every Monday night. Sixty per cent, Brolaski said, went to the opera tors of the resort, and 40 per cent to the bosses. i Brolaski testified that Chief McWeeny asked him to bring Hyman and Kenna together, so they would work in harmony. He told of a meeting with Chief McWeenv in Washington Park late at night, Hyman being pres ent, when, he claims, the chief thanked him for his help in fhe slugger cases. Biolaski wa,s the man whb lan down Fred -Irish, on whose testimony Maurice En right was convicted for the mur der' of Vincent Altman. At the time of the trial Inspector Hunt sai3 he had" never met Brolaski until the slugger troubles arose. Witness said he met Inspector Hunt May 27, and had several meetings with him subsequent'to that most of them being in iso lated places. The first one oc curred at Monroe avenue arid the Midway. Another meeting oc curred at the same place," add a third the night of June 9, near the Washington ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

TELEGRAPH BRIEFS ' Trial of Dr. B. Clark Hyde for murder of Col. Thos. H. Swope to begin in Kansas City Monday. Denver man bet Home-run Baker of Athletics was a-Democrat. Baker says he wins. Los Angeles judge says life in two rooms and a kitchenette-responsible for divorces. Recom mends garden plots for idle-wives. U. S. legation, Pekin, 'ordered all Americans to get out of Chin ese interior. Anti-foreign out breaks expected. Abraham Kalinsky,117. died at Baltimore. Claimed he fought'at Waterloo under Blucher and wit nessed burning of Moscow. Any way, it's true he married for third time at 105. Jacob Schiff says Taft and John Hays Hammond have aided Russia, to keep out American Jews for the sake of "Business." 1 Hindu princess gave snake dance before "distinguished so ciety" at N. Y. It must have' been "distinguished society" to stand for it. - Masonic Grand Lodge of Scot land, may abolish the smoke nui sance. Ordered inquiry into ad mission of Jack Johnson tu order. "Eight men appo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

guilty. Said THEY thought em ployer was guilty. Maybe .we.'d better have women voting every where. That's the way Willie Hearst's Examiner, with the fairness for which it is noted, renorts Rock Island strike negotiations r Of -course, the men might have something to say about the policy of the company themselves but not in Willie 'Hearst.'s'.jiapers Europe's- getting "'earthquake habit Needs it- ' $ - Mrs. Flora Hamilton Cassell, 59, hymn writer of national prom inence, dragged to death by run away team of bronchos on prai rie near Denver. Did you know thatO business men of the West Side went to Mayor Harrison and said "Please don't .drive houses of shame from the West Side because we make money out of them"? The men were grocers and butchers and maybe you yourself buy your goods from spme of them. Wm. P. Bishie,' 21, Scranton, Pa., confessed to holding up and murdering Express Messenger I. G. Barger in his car this morn ing, and rifled the safe. John D. Rockefeller has sub scribed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

WORKSriOPCONDITIONS OAUSE-OF WHITE PLAGUE Women's League Directing Ef- fort Toward Stopping Tuber culosis. , The health committee of, the Women's Trades Union League, is directing its efforts, toward eradicating the 'danger of tuber- 'culosis through making 'work shop's healthful and sanitary, and, failing in this, t6' take care of the giris and women who are strick en until they are able to return to wok.' j ' , Unsanitary conditions in many qf the -workshops of 'the city are menacing the health of' working women. The dread white plague is a constant fear because of these conditions. AAt the sanitarium at Naper ville, IlH, a- bed is maintained by the-league-for-the-treatment of tuberculosis patients, and in the last year thteegirls . have been sent there; Two of them have re turned to work, cured, and the tjhird is. reported to be recovering rapidly. " I Because", of shortage of funds, the league has been-able to main tain but onebe'd, money for it be ing' raised-by. donations amon...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm U.-S. LEGATION. PEKIN. WHERE "ROT TIME" MAY BE i ! Mm ' I " ! i If Uncle Sam, as has been discussed, lands 10,000 'troops to' take a hand in the Chinese' rebellion, the legation will be the scene' of stirring times. o o CAUSES OF TUBERCULOSIS Don't get the idea, because great progress has been made in preventing and curing tubercu losis, that the dread disease .will be wiped out in a few years. It takes more of a fight than that, and more of a fight than doctors alone can make. Dr. E. Harlan Wells, of Pennsylvania, expert on tuberculosis, says in an address: "Medical scientists have dis covered that the factors concern ed in the perpetuation and pro-,pJaggtjIvf-4fasdiseas-& are oyer- "work, child labor, poverty, want, intemperate use of- alcoholic'' liquors and" narcotic drugs and0 all the various-forms of'viceand debauchery.. Until these con'di-" tions are -removed o'r vastly-improved, tuberculosis will continue'' to claim Jits victims. When the wealth ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

Xr-y5sy -j - -V-"11 & "m v Tr lym "VVHAT DAD SAYS ABOUT IT Dad. Says: It looks now as if Mayor Harri son was in so deep on that police investigation that he'irhave to go ' clear through, and turn4the rotten old force inside out. Which will be a bully good thing for Chicago if an hbnest . copper is put in the place of every grafter thrown out. That it may hurt Harrison with Hinky Dink and Bathhouse John, but it wont htirt Tiim with, the hundreds of thousands of men, vomen and children in Chicago, who are on the square -That the people ought to know the names of those West Side business men who wanted the mayor to leave vice alone be cause busy vice helps their busi ness. -That he has more respect for the people in the voce district than he has for business men who need the vice business in their business. That when the Civil Service commission gets thiough expos ing police grafters he hopes it will also expose the big mer chants who graft themselves rich 'by paying starvation wag...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

KTF mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm elevator accident at Crane'works, 1214 S. Canal street. Mabel -Malbney, 513 S. Irving, o o TWO CHARMING DEBUTANTES- OF THE SEASON" AT WASHINGTON attempted suicide, by poison, last night. Despondent over love af- fair. . Tv. I : w:V v fe&. wm I4 u!l .1 KT Eat iv SSSLss5 ft. K fi K '"" '- ' Ml "" OTOfva ttnr-v-jyc Miss Edith Gracie. Miss M. H. Howry. These two charming young women will make theirjdebut in official-Washington's society this winter.' Miss Gracie is the daughter of Col. Archibald Gracie, U. S. A., and Mrs. Gracie. The parents of Miss Howry are Judge Charles B. Howry of the United States court of claims, and Mrs. Howry. ' J o o r- . tunate is thelman who fears not For fear the occupants of a 9 story apartment house" next door will "look down at him," J. M. Francolini, "N. Y. banker, will build a fence 150 feet high. Wha' is that old eastern saying, "For- the gaze of his neighbors, for he is indeed innocent." ' One way to make the walking ood is to'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CYNTHIA GREY'S AID TO HOMEMAKERS What does a dream of a gift of a bouquet of sweet wi'.iiams -signify? (2) What; does itte flow er mean? (3) What is the mean ing of the saying "Hand a on a lemon?" (4) Will buttcniy sleeves be in style long? Inquis itive. A. That you have beui think in'g tof and desiring sop cone tj give you such a bouquet. (2) Consistency. (3) Means giving you a disappointment or sonic thing worthless. (4) Probably 'not. ",(1) What will remove beer stains from a red serge? (2) What are the proportions of alum and water for setting color in pink lawn ? (3) Is there any ex ercise which will develop a swav back? M. H. S. A. (1) Steam cleaning. '(2) One ounce of alum to each half gallon of cold water. (3) Any bending exercise which will strengthen and fill out the "mus cles above the hips. Try touch ing the toes without bending the knees. Worrying About Our Women. Dr. Alexis Rotofskt, of the Un iversity of St. Petersburg, and the court of the czar, says...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

Tgm;mmmmmmmmmmmimMmm rr-f w 3 1 I MILLIONAIRE'S SON IS JAILED FORBURGLARY "Let Him Lie There" Says His- 0 Father, When Told of Son's ' ' Predicament. ,u Bellingham, Wash., Nov. 18. The son of a millionaire, sur rounded bv luxury on all sides, with more spending money in ga' day than the average hoy has -2 during a lifetime, Fred Nolte, 16, wes the object of envy among his f v,. Fred Nolte. f."boy companions and the idol of ."school girls of the'eommunity. ' Why should a boy like that be s come a burglar? That's the question agitating ,,the minds of Bellingham people toda)', following young Nolte's confession that he burglarized a store of this city. He lay for, a "" .we-ek in the county jail under an alias before confessing his iden tity. "Let him lie there;" said Mill ionaire George Nolte coldly when notified that his son was in jail. ''Then the lad made a clean breast of it all.- Now he must go to work in a gravel pit on L'ummi island. His conduct wiil be re ported to the court an...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

INFANTILE PARALYSIS By Dr: W. C. Cotton. Anterior Ifalio Myelitis, or in fantile paralysis, is a much dis cussed djsease of childhood, to day. Reports from Indiana show the disease to be on the increase. The best authorities agree that the origin of infantile paralysis is due to germs or minute organ isms, and therefore we anticipate an increase of this disease in ad . 'jacent states. The prophylaxis, or prevention, in these cases is more important than the treatment after the child has the paralysis. Hence we advise that you keep your children away from all sick rooms of any nature. Stay away from crowded places, give plenty of fresh air in sleeping rooms, and do not over- t heat the house of an evening to last over. night; keep a low fire, burning steady, if possible. Do not overfeed the babies, but see that they receive plenty of fats, especially this season of the year. Fats keep the little 'bodies warm, ward off disease, and act as a laxative; three of the most important functi...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

!ffWS?W!SRiBWW9PWPWWP!WIPSI N THE SNOW BE IT FOOTBAtL OE The snow is me nory gar- . ment God wraps around the earth, -That his- dream may remem ber How fair it looked at birth. That on its perfect beauty He may look unafraid The snow-drift glory hiding The scars that man has made. Don't go out of life leav ing behind you a noise that sounds like the tearing of a wet rag. It's g6ing to be difficult to induce the women's- clubs to burn their bridge parties be hind t"hem, ' Teu. Me A&in the. STofVr, !-, Uf TOUR TOJ?UART TOSS i-HflT WON THE -3M6: 1 THE. GREAT UNKNOWN By Berton Braley. The Average Man's got you or T, Or so we claim, We cannot, though we trvand o try,' Find out hjs name ; And yet for half that goes awry He gets the blame. We roast him for his taste in art And music, too, His ethics in the busv mart W,e sniff at "phew!" In 'politics we say'-hfs part Makes things "askew. He keeps alive the rotten show, The silly book-, Yet, though we wander to and fro ' And look and loo...

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