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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 04, 1911, Image 7',
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fatigue poison followed by a per
iod of rest and refreshment can
be taken, day after day, without
permanent injury. But an over
dose steadily repeated works
In January and February the
hospitals are flooded with young
men and women, boys and girls,
all with rheumatism often fatally
attacking the heart, or with pneu
monia or rapid tuberculosis.
They are paying the penalty of
the evils of all of us.
IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
(The World's 20 Greatest Men,
As the Junior Office Boy
n.-y., Well, did you pipe the
bunch of guys andy carniggy
picked out for the world's 20
by giminy, i b'et it would take
a collidge perfesser to tell who
the most of them are, i never herd
of y2 of them fellers in my life,
and i bet you dident neether
one of the names andy puts in
his list is mushet
i bet there aint as many pepel
in the yimitcd states ev.er herd of
mushet as votes the prohibition
tickit in kentucky
and a lot more dark horses like
that, i understand most of them
was boobs that invented sumthin'
about making steel, witch of corse
helped mr, carniggy in his bisness
and made him think well of them
but nix for me them mill hands,
nor most of the rest of andy's
crowd, i got as gdod a rite to
inakc-ast aVhcliaV, and miners
real fellers that sumbdddy has
.here the are, have a look
gorge m. cohen
buffalo bill '
admirel dewy v
jack binns v
eddy foy "
u. si grant
cristy mathewson '
j. franklin baker
if you can "beat- that bunch you
got to go sum johny
THE CHORUS -
The singers die yet still
I think beyond the hill
Their voices rise and flow
From the sweet long-ago.
Men perish but a song
Still lingers with the throng
Piling more high the Voice
That makes mankind rejoice.
And day by day the breaih
Of music winnows death
Saving for all the race
All of man's singing grace.
Many a draft at the bank works
no better than the draft in the
chimney.'"'' l rt'