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The Evening World Daily Mtfasine. Thurgday April 17, 1913
Can Yon Beat It? jjj kMS jjj ggMaurke Kctten I
a." Pstk how.
arcu ai liir foei-Offlce at N't I ork a Be. .inl- iea Mar. or
Mian Kilt- :o The Kvenln Fur Kntlan.i tnr the 0atlBBl 'M
IWorld for lh l!n1nd Stair AH CMMflM In tli International
ml H'.J. ' Potl UMM
OatfTear S3 r.n On Year I0.75
Ova Month M One Jlonth S
FOLl Ml ;.:! , NO. 1M,Mi7
WORKING GIRLS AND TARIFF TAXES.
11. SIMON . PATTEN arc Ml titU Md iihiii". Ho lift. I
in i'liiliul-ltliia and is professor f poliflctl NlMOny at lho
I'niviT!it f IVnrwIHiim. Hi' if a prnti-i I innist. He hU '
been rnuliux im -r 1 iirdl ion of thr aist'ial evil urn of l M iiIIpzpiI r'ln
tfOBi of a girl'l vitjt'n to lirr virtup. Hp Jin alo awM ivHilinjz f
tariff reluct ion at iiahiiigtuii. In in- lhilaipliiaii ritwf bt ttl
the two NUaaJI nlxa4 nnl wr-iies to our MM ltd OMttMpOfaUrt H"'
Tribune, to M I
"When Ike tariff it redm-ed tiir low ITCffld worknu-n lote; noli
taeir employer. And of thorn' w waged MM lata working girl will
ba thf worst sufferer. HiOMMM of girl arc now ircM,.il to me
pdfe of atoral aadanMt Hm Ihm pajah will m them on wa itftat.
Who wdl take r it- rptponailiilly for thin?"
Who. ind I
Tlic tariff of high pta4attkUl taxe rverytiiiinjf the working girl
wear from her hat to her ahoea. It tates everything thf raw ffOBI
morning 'lil niglu. Ii taxes the raw nttnrial need in the factory
where the work: it pttta WDeWpolj control over the machinery that
doaa the work. Who will take the reponibilty for that? ,
By reason of Hicse citortiona the high tariff put a virtual pre
mitrm on shoddy clothing and adulterated food. It make a market
far framl bt oVtl taxing bowotTy. Who will take the reaponihilty
MORAL MADNESS IN ILLINOIS.
Ol'T of the investigation of vice in Chicago ha developed
nioTemcnt to rttalilieli u "Court of Appeal' to he presided
over by live judge, all of whom are to he women. In com
metidatioii of the moatiure it it eaid: "Girla can tell their experience
in confidence and escape harmful publicity. The name of the re
aaaarible man will be known to the court, and. if cireiimttinees
warrant, the information can be naed either to drive the man from
tfca eatmnunitv or to prosecute him."
Thii i interertiug ai an evidence of the recklesa way in which
anti-rice legitlation it urged. Some of it it aentimantal. Some of
it hypocritical. Nearly all of it abaurd. When charge agaimt a
ma can ba made in secrecy before judges hiring the option to
praaeoarte bin or to drive him out of town, it will an rely he MOM
aary ta provide for a recall of deviiion and of judge with prompt -neai
PLAIN RIGHT AND LEFT.
CONCEKMXG the order of naval aurhonue cnanging the.
termi "port" and tarboard, to "left" and "right" there
haa been much critictam. Those that love ea lingo above
land language mourn what they deem a lo"to romance. Rut other
hafl the decree witti joy, teeing in it not only a good thing achieved
bait a forewatt of better thingi to come.
The example may be followed eltewhere. Rateball authorities
may fix the terminology of the game to a to make it intelligible to
intelligent men If there it to be no port tide to ship why should
rhere be a "touth paw" to a piuier?
The drama, the priie ring, tone medical profetwion. football col
legiant, tociety damee 'have not all tiicte a jargon concealing wi
dotn worth making clear?
We hoani of a language with more worda than any other. Un
fortunately the multiplicity of i termi tonfutet it thought. M wc
need new dictionirv everv other year. Thut the navy it nerving
well the country. Wnen every mane right it rignt and left it lot!
we will not appear to learned, but we will have clearer DBderata&dlnj
of one another.
SHUTTING OUT SUBURBAN SLEEPERS.
iIXCE the ordimnce requiring that all penom employed by the
crty thill live in rhe State wt parted by a vote of 53 to 11
it it evident ihere it hefty hacking liehind it. The argument
put forth for it in that aince a man draw hit talary here he should
pend it here and pay taxe here. Such argument wa at it prime
a thousand year ago, and ha been decaying ever tince. It may
ft ill retain tome of it prittine vigor in the town of Tailhnlt and the
county of Wayhack, but in New York it manifett not'hing of it past
hut an ancient and flthlike tinell.
Subiirbin retident are among the uioet profitable upholders of
tha trade and work and wealth of the oitv. The MUD of taxe we
loot by their residence or tleeping apartment in New Jersey and
Connei'tkut i more than coinpentated by the value ol their service.
We cannot annex all our tuburbt by law. to if we can get the use
of the energies of their most active citizen by content, it wnn'd
he folly to shut them out. Retidea. a metropolis should always
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WORTH Op COMMUTATION
I HAVC T5 GOrifiuTe EVERYDAY
Sign These mortciaoje; and You
CAN TAKE TOaakablON AT OMLt
SAY.ObNN . HERE ISA
, NEW LAW
AU CITY EMPLOYEES
MOST LIVE IN NEW YORK
CanVou Beat it 5 j
HOuSE IS IN..
I Have Known
By Mrs. Gen. Pickett
ill eflll. Jtt m
s the Century Mark Your Goal? i&Btl By curenceL. cuiien.
T le natural and normal for ua not to
reilart tuo much upon death. Evan
aa stow older, If we are In health.
wa think but flt-
If our departed f rlende were of
our own ae and of ruwed healtu, dy
Ina; Mddenly or after brief Utawaaaa, wa
al(h to think that they should not have
fully and vafuely had a loncer tenancy of thalr plaoaa In
upon that subject. t brtrn and etiarairlnt world. But the
Homethinn within thoufht of our vanlahlna; so suddenly as
ualmpela ua todla- they Is ummactnsola. Or If It Is Imas
mlas the tlioucht lnable we push It Into ths remote bsok-
death aa soon ground of the mind.
Ward luck for them, poor ohapsl But
nothing like that caa or will .happen to
rs. We are going right ahead and
round out our days. By ths way. wa
inul write that hurry-up latter about
that delayed ehlpment And so wa
plunge back Into tha swim of wur af
faire. And immediately rhe thought of
no doubt waa made
for the reluetance I
with which ws
view ths thought
of death. Ths In- ,
tent Indubitably la that wa ahall do all , death la banlahed-whleh la precisely as
thst we can to unroll our full acroll or it should he.
veara and keep the thought of death In . lo our mental attitude toward life
Arm abeyance. When our frlenda die i and death have any tearing upon our
we suffer from depreeslon. But we sre length of years? This question own be
prompted 40 put their passing out of our answered variously. Twenty yesrs ago
knot of farmer seventy-five years old.
Hie teeth were bsd. His daughters urged
htm to have them attended to by s
dentist. He refused
Wouldn't It be foollahnssa." he said
to thorn, "for me to have my old snags
fixed whan Tn getting ready to die?"
He wasn't gloomy about It, but he fig
ured that his race was atout run. A
month ago I saw this old farmer again
Although hs now haa no tseth at all I
saw him put away a hired man's break
fast of eauaage and buckwheat cskes.
At ninety-five ha easily looks good for
Twenty years ago. alao, I aaw a lady
eerenty-nve years old off on her annual
trip to Europe. She waa a vary alert
and keen-mended and pleasure-loving
old lady. Her Idea emphatically was
thst aha would live to hs a hundred at
'.'I've never been to Egypt," she said I
inn. bj The ftaa NMMBI Of, iThf Nrw fork t.irnlni World).
5. PRESIDENT JAM EN A. UAKFIBLV.
IIAVK aildrd Lotii" Johnson and William Travs
our llt for dinner on Tuesday." said my cousin. Ha,
"1 ilioiiKht you proml.'i'd that Mr. anil Mre. OsrfMd wwre
were to lie your very lart addition," said tila eweet, genWe
" iPon't ecold. tasty .lane, please. "
It was my very good fortune at that Tuesdsy'a dlnner-h)
have as my escort Mr durfii'lil. Mrs. Oarftetd was takes Bt
I't Mr. Itanrtolph Tucker her .husband's-most -miniate Maul
In the Houee, despite a grata, difference In politics.
"I suppose, mail uii,' said Mr. riarflold as we pinked ssj
our cards and read our names, "we were placed beside sasih
other that we might fight the war over together, we being
the only representative present of our late unpleasantness.
Trie, we were 011 opposite sides, hut let's dip Into the sasajs
salt-ibowl and forget all our grudges."
"Only etay-nt-homes. cgrpetbagger anil speculators In salt held grudges theg,
or hold grudges now that the war Is over." I replied. "Brave soldiers, euoh as)
you snd 1, who fought. Wed and died, shesthed our swords at Appomattox. My
, cousin tens me that you were a General."
"I entered the army aa Lieutenant-Colonel of the FVirty-seond Ohio, made
, up of my old puplla of Hiram College. After that I was chief of staff to (Jan.
Roeecrans end wns promoted to Major-Oenernl at Chlckamauga. Then I ra
I signed to go to Congress."
"Resigned before the rwar ended?" 4
"Tea. I took my se.it In the House the first Monday in December. MsV9
'That was the year In which 1 ws married."
"What WHI fea say If 1 tell yon that I read tn our Ohio papera all shorn
your marrlcc?--The bells In old ft. Tsui's Church tn Petersburg- chiming sot
Believe me If all these endearing young charms,' the organ rolling It out IB
solemn notes, the .-holr ringing It and the bands all plsylng It an ths bridal
party drove past them! And here we are sfter all theae year dipping
In the eame It-dlh. Isn't It elianae?"
I found Mr. Oarfield genial ami enterU'nlng and a moat versatile scholar, aa
. f noticed In li argumente -with others of the giies,te. Recalling him new, hs
I wa.s a very liandsome man with auperh figure,
I srw Mr. Oarileld only orrce after he Iwimi President and though he waa
: always aa tunny-hearted as a hoy. he eenrned Jollle: than ever. If possible.
Mr. Randolph Tuc-ker. who was wir-h me. a.ke.i him: "How does It feel to be
I President. Mr. Clarneld'"'
"Well. iMr. Tucker, onre when there ws a very exciting campaign I waa
1 driving mules on the canal path and win thinking about the coming election.
, wondering how a man does feel who ties been elected to the Presidency and
somewhat envious of one so high In the estimation of the country. Just than
the mules made s misstep and 1 said to myself as I pulled them up. -Well. 1
don t know enough even to drive mules '
"I hope that I shall he more suoceful In guiding my team now "and asa
praying for the grealeet era of pence snd prosperity and happlneas that we have
ever had. My whole endeavor shall be to make my people, one snd all. united sad
content. I have accepted sn Invltstlon to speak st your Yorktown Centennial
celebration and have already begun to think of what I shall eav to the people
there among memories of Patrick Henry and your other great orator.
I ahall make that apesch the effort of my life."
Mr. Garfield spoke of Gen. Orant with great admiration and affection.
"V.mi know that Orant, Mens his great htg heart, took the stump for mat
! the first time In tils life. too. he ever did such a thirrg-and made several speech
tor me. After I became Prenldent I wnt over to New York to apologise to
him for being In that position. I ll try to forgive you.' he said, 'but y..u ought
I to be very grateful to Tammany. For tf It hadn't been for the Tiger that honest,
! splendid soldier, llancook, would be In your place."
"It waa the closest vote ever cast for President and von Just did get In hy
I the ektn of your teeth, didn't you?" I
I Mr. Garfleld'a Inauguration was the
j most Imposing pageant that ever took
1 place In Washington and that splendid.
dlgnlflvd. beloved soldlsr. the defeated
candidate. Commander of the Army,
rode In front of the procession that
conducted Garfield to the Capitol and
back to the White House. President
Oarfield waa the only man who on the
same day waa Member of the House.
Senator-elect snd Prreident-elect. He
would make me think aoout death and
the dead, and I am too young to reflect
upon such disquieting matters. But some was In the House, elected to the Senate
day 1 shall go to Egypt perhaps twenty
yesrs from now."
I saw this old lady lat week. She re
malns alert and keen-minded and pleasure-loving
at ninety-five. She says now
that sbs never Is going to Egypt. De
spite mortality figures, I consider that
It would be an excellent even-money
wager that shs will round out her hun
The farmer looked for death at any
time, snd the old lady never would en
tertain ths thought of It. Both are still 1
alive and quite comfortable. So no poa- j
slble conclusion ta to be drawn as to
Just how their reopeotrv mental attl- 1
tudea toward the matter of death have -
affected them through the years.
Of the two, however, there Isn't the
m January snd In November chosen
Preeldent. He served so short a time
that only good will and anticipation
indicated what hie Administration
might have been. After the fatal shot
lis lingered through the eummer and
died two months before the regular
session of Congreaa. When the phyal
etana told him there waa one cham-e In
a hundred for his life, he eald. "Hurrah!
There the chance I'll take."
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How to Add 10 Years to Your Life
By J. A. Husik, M. D.
I knew. In Msryland. a rugged old ptne-
to me on this day. "T atay away from least doubt thst ths old lady has hsd
there purposely. I know that Egypt th more fun.
CowrlfU, 118. ay The Kims rubllshtof to. iTIw New York Ktenuuj Wo -Ml
j Just About Women
like Father, Like Son.
11.1.1 AM hsit Just nmirasd wow roll.
renpli-s.toet is it tin" 1 !.
liuhlcrv, e fini-y waiHrust sad s nerkrtle
tlm siuk tr liwlf. Hi eotrreil th llbrsm
hr Mi ftbr resiling. Ths "Id grade
mb liwieil ut nl eatSsT hi sun. Ths
kinfi-r lie Imikeil t lie mure iiiatm he lawsair
Sue." br Miiatb uliltbn Bat, "JOtl kk '
I.aier tbr "Id BUUr, who Hied Belt door,
neeia m sad fittled the heartily.
William, " hs Mid, irliii uiidligiilaed adatlra
tiaei, "9s liKik esactll aa SSST father did leeQt?
rears aao. shtn lie earns haik fniBl e-huol'"
Yea.'' raulird WlllkMB. with .mile, "as
rather waa lust tariltug ant " ledoa Photo Bits.
j Letters rrom the People
gafes tor legleeled Chlldre. I money from the wealthy should be dl
t. ,.f Ti-c.ni.ui World varied In part, I think, from higher
I read your reoent editorial on "aWt-l laat.lUttta to the humbler bui often,
. J v. ... hiK . more ImpoMant work of giving an ele-
Mr Ite Than Never, in which o" .,. r . pr.,,u.., klnd ;
esprsss surprise that .0 many alrls (o )h n,B,l1 I1,lMl!l
grow up In Ignorsnie of t:ie most es- Albany, N. Y. A K. II.
sewtlal thlaga In spite of pl.ilsnthroplsia. ( .vulm thr sa wee t
rdrarlty oraanlxatlona ant public efforts. r ,u VAIu, olTh, tcmM Woru
t-hsre srs tt.OUO children, orphan, ne-1 The cubists' inclines must have been1
gleeted and eomsll-nes delinquent, in ' a pusale 10 oMiere beside me. I think
Sew York Institution. The V insterlal these picture sre to art what a urn
wants srs wsll tooked after: their re-,pliony Is to music - thai Is to ay. s
llglOHl snd moral training la x llsnt; ba.-kem.i movement to th heart and
their sducatlonal sdvantagas ars limit-, spirit, without any Intent lo express
el. hitauai comparatively llttls metier beauty In my opinion the word
I provided fr toscheis, equipgisnt or j "cubist'' comes from the French word.
In so n cities tne teecners - tssisiMyas srssssp is savw wa ue
Instiuitlon sre paid out of tlie rived from the Greek word "kuolstao.''
fands. But In 1 any other iass mean ng ' make a eonietsault."
IS provided for the proper; U M- vol NG-
of a.i.'.i c i;:4.ii. ex ept 1. 1 he World tlaaasar.
little coins' l.i r.om private To tlx u -.f Ths gtssUs World
. Th oauss or education la at Where can I Ind the height of the
point, so far aa these i Bast and North River bridges sal ether
The Grouch !
BKIDB and (WuaB clie eser mnnMtksul.f , sad
ftiesa wntrag "Wlali ou wts iawe" erect
last tn Uia atl.MIr OUf holat sere ekusft
tateraated la tbtw. Karli at at a desk sad got
bust with pen sad Ink, the sileus Mag tasks
oolr whan thr hrld asked liow to anell s hard
word, 'itias queries saBored ss old seetlsa
wrUiua Bssit", and ba wsa iriainlr n-iirisd wt
file iwtilssTOnBI 1st) th room 'Hi ttttls Odds
ibd not know ah had hewn deacrlel. and atw
Sim tot atlli -k on s word
"Hw do Mu spell f'inclunait. lion)'" all
OTHUiNO displeases women more
than an austere end ee rf -con-
In ed charartsr. They sss that
they have no hold upon It; Its dignity
awes them, Its pride rebels, lie pre
oofrupaMon keop them eloof Htp-
poryte A. Tain.
I Vri aroanan la an Stari but are mav re
joice when her heart thrills to love, for
then God ha her by the hand. J. M
'Her eye are home of ailent prayer.
Flattery Is their nature to coax, nat
ter, and sweetly befool some ons Is
evry woman's business. Bhs Is none
If shs declines this office. WflHam
Th moot beautiful object in th
world, It will be allowed, Is beautiful
Th beauty of a lovely woman Is like
mufMc. George Eliot
!Thc Man on the Road
By H. T. Battin. I
Copyright, ltia. hy Th Praia Puhliahlng Co.
(Tha New York BTanlBf World).
He who trusts women plowe .the
wind, sows on ths barren sea, find not
ths bottom of ths hidden ocesn. writes
his recollections tn ths snow, draws
watsr, like fhe iDanaldes, with pitchers
full of hoi. aul Flsnwnlng.
To warn, to comfort and command.
A perfect woman, nobly planned.
woman' Ixively woman! Nature
temper man; we had been brutes
Angels srs palntsd fair to look like
For silence and chaste reserve l
women's genuine pralas, and to remain
quiet within the houee. Kurlpide.
The Mid-Day Lunch.
BRdD la a problem that facea
every man and woman In lbs
work-a-day world: What con
stitutes a healthful, nutritious, snd st
ths same tlms a reasonably economical
raid-day meal? Many of the um heoua
ssrvsd do not possess any . of these
Go Into the restaurant or lanch room
"TRJCK8 IN ALL TRADES,
T Isn't always ths cheapest price ! at noon and watch the throngs of peo-
gets the order," hegati Joe 1 pie all rushing to get something to eat.
You will observe that pastry, plea, Ice
cream and coffee form the chief menu
of many a meal. Now, while somu of
thsss food, when pure, may not be of
real danger to health, especially If
eaten sparingly and only occaalanally,
their constant, dally use result 'n
weakened powers of digestion snd
poor nutrition. There la many a person
suffering from disorders of the digestive
n who ' organs. Impoverishment of the blood, a
low state of general vitality, and many
other conditions of 111 -health, all due to
the consumption of improper, unwhole-
t the hui- 1 eome rooo. at wie oaiiy luncn.
All this csn he prevented and avoided,
provided a little car and Intelligence
I And when a lady In th osss.
Every woman's fault Is every man's You know all other things give place,
misfortune. Gall Hamilton. Gay.
Frankrl. aa the dreaa woods
salesman paed around Turkish cigar
ettea to the hunch of salesmen In the
Penn smoking room. "I know s linen
salesman who loaves the nankins and
tahle linen he wants to show the next
day out the window to make them feel
damp and heavy.
"I know a feather aaleanran who
tram his samples three time s day
I ve heard of a prune sal
soaks a box of prunes In the firm'e
cellsr before showing thsm; to make
them heavy and fresh. In all these
cases It Is an Idea that
The sural can of deception I know
of was a man down In Western Penn- 1 re used 1n the aeleotlon of the proper
kind of foot. For thoae engaged In In
door oocupatlona, with little muanular
activity, there ap several simple and
Inexpensive lunch menus thst will prov.
wholeaome and healthful, and meet all
"(' 1 a i l a a a t I k-e s J,
llnuui h - -liMUlii-oU.
1 at -1
Declined the Job.
Whan she lied paeeed It ermd Ilk , if
the reaalng of exquisite music. Long
V 1 K- II. 4udr.w, Prealdrst of lbs laser
aiuoesl raawswawd Air aad Fuundatio
Works I'bIbb. uld rseeaUi le ('Meat
that th leiaaoa wurksr. or aaadbof, u hi k
small failed, haa tha is at dsBisenB
Tha work of suatbof w es
Sid Ur Anlia "thai ths eti.rv of lbs
la, eiasarretad aa It Is In rseerseee to at 11 Sal,
wigbt alwoit t tni if fnundstioa work.
"Iu Ihahein, iba atort goa, lbre la iwrtela
eolliarr which la note! for the .ttrsordtaerr
n insher of its ao.-klaata. Ob day a awn looking
fer work tpnd up to tha forsaiaa sat Salt:
" i n bsea out it woik for a swath, sat
rapusd, tut Is ssa 'eauat for
tbmil ba. so ftowM, sa aeaMeat. 1
aua's kHlsd s ess bar hi wiser.'
a' g ths
the heart of a man la deprese'd
The mist Is dkspslrd whan
O woman! thou
do have sll
wsrt fashioned to e-
Couldn't Keep It.
work Is ' K rnatllNil Sbbna owe d wbfaa fs
' J ter? aaaaU kssra. wa west te th ess sMes
all posts sung,
"asPJint" saX th eaasjasfsw. "WsB,
ws aO Hat ls.1l eur eteek el le-tiss, but tf
yea all esta bark later I'll as If I ass that
to hack wa west later. Be bad fawat thaw.
"What color did Me sll east I"
"Blus," w repbel.
"Oh. bkMl" he esrlslaael Is dtwjutt. "We
haves'i get say haw. gges h st tspxaw Wa ssa I
Ths woman who throws hsrsslf at
man'a head will eoon And her place at
W fsot. aLoiaJ Joseph Deeuoyers.
Th heart of loving woman as
gold an sanctuary where often there
reigns aa Idol of clay. 'Paul Idmayrae.
Ths sweetest not on earth, a wom
strlajr which ha t no discord
syirvanla who waa si-mug a physical
culture course. When he blew Into a
town he would look around and spot
the fat bankers or tradesmen. He
would go In to see them snd ask them
to feel of hi arm This they would do;
snd apparently he wsa a modern Her
cules. He had a couple of wooden forme
made that fitted Me upper arms. These
were carved In the form of bleeps of a
cave man. A man might pinch them
sll day without making sn Impression
I "When the fat parties felt of these
I herd knobs on his srms he would tall
them that ten minutes a day, using his
exerulaes, would put any one Into con
dition. Hs would shame them Into
getting rn to rested, and at tha proper
tlms he would get ten dollars for Are
chart of his 'patented' exercises."
"DM hs ever go hack to a town the
second time"" asked the dress goods
man. "Sure, snd If the people who
bought his charts ths first trip made a
kick he would call them down for not
the reqjolrements of the body. A howl life.
of soup with a buttered roll or two, t
with some fruit (raw or cooked),
some light pudding, will be sufficient I
the aversge grown-up Indoor
who expends very little muscuktr
energy during his day's work.
Meat or egg sandwiches made ett
vim I e so me fresh materials, and eaten
In combination with ome good frsA
milk, will be found very wholesome sfad
The worker out of doors requirea at
necessity a larger ant more sirbstairtlal
meal, to meet the demands which actl
muscular exertion maliea upon his sT.
tem. But even the. laborer must avoid
overtitirdenlng the stomach with excea
of food. The laborer should liavo for hi
lunch a hot bowl of soup, aotne mast
snd vegetables, breud and butter, fggat
i sunny, nowever, Jum the rev
observed. The office worker
laborer s meal, while the
quently h;ia Inauftlclciit food t
the dally wear and tear of his
num sunrer: int- one rrom exesapf at
other from Insufficiency. The result I
disease and th.- cutt.n H'-.ort of life.
For the sake of our health, set t
your lunch to suit the real reii-ilrerooats
of Use body. I'niler sll - - atalinia
avoid heavy. Indigestible, impure fasts
In eating, stick so what Is safe and
simple, fare In this direction win hasp
you in good health and prolong ywor
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Cream City Canzonet
By Eugene Geary.
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Copyirlfbt. 101 .. io Th Preat
1 11 KY have many a lordly brew'ry
WoriBtag ovartlme, like fury,
a thirst here that's abiding.
And ths water-cm in tn hiding
TIs run up Into a aiding
There's an atmospln re Teutonic
And Lake Michigan's a tonlo
Pifhllahlns Oo. iTha Naw To- IreaiaJ V-U.
That the Celt's not In derision,
There's an A. O. n. nivlelon
Cuts a mtghtly big Incision
Sidewalk are not on the level
O'er the alreet four feel you revel
But the heer flows on in plenty,
ana tne air aiui bops 1
Take your doles fw nUuvis
aafat inta.r a. I. a.
fwf ar- -tajar