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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 10, 1912, Image 16

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HURRY-UP 'RAH-RAH
Ha! ha! ha! We begin
to' feel the effects of the
tXJ. S. supreme court's de
cision in the Standard Oil
case. One of the "un
' scrambled" parts of the Oil
Trust announces that 5
cents more per barrel will
be paid for Pennsylvania,
crude oil. "
'Rah for the producer!
He has been throttled,
robbed and ground by the
.Octopus for years. 'Rah!
we say. 'Rah! Hear us
chortle? 'Rah! again.
It is years since we've
"done any rah-rahing over
oil. We're doing it now so
as to get in with it before
the refining parts of the
.Octupus sock 5 cents per
gallon on the price of that
elevated Pennsylvania crude
the refined state.
DYING OF PARTISANSHIP
The past year records another
milestone in human progress. The
decadence of political parties is
startling. The people are de
manding principles not parties,
performances not promises. Our
national prosperity is unprece
dented. With one-fifteenth the
world's population, we own one
quarter of the world's material
wealth.
Let us subdue in 1912 the arro
gance of wealth and strive for
the sisterhood of nations and the
brotherhood of man. M. A. Mc
Rae, president Detroit Chamber
of Commerce,
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By Thomas Moore.
Oft, in the stilly night,
Ere Slumber's chain has bound
me,
Fond Memory, brings the light
Of other days around me;
The smiles, the tears,
Of boyhood's years,
The words of love then spoken;
The eyes that shone,
xNow dimmed and gone,
The cheerful hearts now
broken ! !
Thus, in the stilly nfght,
Ere Slumber's chain has bound
me,"
Sad Memory brings the light
Of other days around me.
These are the mornings it's nice
to be bed-ridden.
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