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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 20',
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Here are strong hands for the-work of the world,
' ' A body and brain 'for the need of it; N
Yet in the maelstrom of chance am I whirled
By'the fear of th'e world and the greed of,it
The -world is in need of the things I could niake,4
And' I beg for. the toil for my little ones' sake ;
Yet though I may plead and my voice.it may shake,
The blind, brutal world takes no heed'of it Is;
Here am I, Masters,' well fit for your work
For the weight and the burden and fret of it j "
To "bear all the strain and the stress and the irk "
, To know all the heat and the sweat of it.
Is the world's labor finished ? It is not begun ;
There are mines to be dug, there are roads to be run,
There is work everywhere crying out to be done,1
Yet never a task can I get of it . '
-1 tramp -through the streets in my wearisome search
For a job just a job if men tell of it
.But think you, when passing a court or a church "
I love what I see and think well of it? T
Ah, no'! Ftfr I rage against order and' fate, , '
L curse at the pious, I blaspheme the great;
For "a man out of work is, a vessel'of Hate
And that is the bitterest hell of itl.
Milk and Cheese for Bowels.
Folks troubled with fermenta
tion of food in the'jntestineslwill
findTelief in a change from ameat
to a milk and cheese diet Meat,
more than other foods, is apt to
develop bacilli in the intestines
Milk and, milk products develop
bacilli of their own that kill the
harmful bacilli that infest the in-Jtestines,
There are more centenarians in
Bulgaria than anywhere else in
the world, and medical authori
ties attribute it to "the fact that
the Bulgarians live, largely on
Folks who find that milk and
cheese are constipating can offset
that effect by eating plenty of lax
ative fruit, such as primes or figs,
and eating bread made of whole
wheat orijrant, , ,
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