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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1912, Image 12

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contrary to the purpose of ' the
law.
It would indeecfbe a satisfac
tion to the consumer to know that
each article of Food pv drugs
guaranteed had .been examined
by the government and 'found to
be true'in name and quality. But
such an undertaking would "be
physically impossible, and hence
vno attempt has beeirmade to veri
fy the guarantees which are sub
mitted 'for record. The govern
ment takes: the guarantor at his
word, assuming that he is honest,
and assign to him a number.
1 If the public continues tobe de
ceived by this method ofnexpres
sron, there will only be one re
source left to the officials, namely,
to withdraw entirely any expres
sion of a guarantee on the label
and require that it be put upon
the invoice or bill of lading of
eafch shipment
"(What good, then, the reader
may ask, has been accomplished
by the enactment and execution
of pure "fodd laws? Dr. Wiley be
lieves that the benefit to the con
sumer has been gresft, anoSin his
next article will tell how.
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Didn't Care for It
A little girl was on a visit to her
aunt and had enjoyed herself very
much, until Monday morning. On
this, dayshe acconfpanie4 her rel
ative on a rent collecting excur
sion through a poor district
where her aunt owned some-property.
As is ofteh the case, they
were in many instances met with
excuses for nonpayment and the
little lady's countenances, as for
the .ninth time she heard Hhe re
mark: "I -am, "very sorry but I
can't give you anything today,"
took, .on, an expressidn -of great
disgust t '
At lasfcyshe could restrain her
self no longer. "Auntie," said
she, "I think I had better go home '
this afternoon. I am quite' sure
my mamma would hot J like to,
know tht you had' taken me
around such dirty streets begr .
ging."
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LAST DINNER SERVED ON
THE TITANIC
1 R. M. S. Titanic.
v April 14, 1912. "
Hors d'oeuvre varies Oysters
Consomme Olga
. Cream of Barley
Salmon, Mousseline- Sauce
Cucuhibers Filet Mignons Lilj,
Saute of Chicken, Layonnaise
Vegetable Marrow
' Faccie Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roa,st Duckling, Apple Sauce
Sirloin of Beef. Chateau Potatoes
-Green Peas, Creamed Carrots
. Boiled Rice
Parmentier and Boiled New Po
tatoes Plinth Romaine
Roast Squab arid Cress
Cold Asparagus, vinaigrette pate
de foie gras
Celery Waldorf Pudding
Peaches in Chartreuse Jelly,
Chocolate' and Vanilla Eclaife
French Tee Cream,
-& o-
A hero looks much like ordin
nary men when his plug hat
blows into a mud puddle.
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