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anotheraewoman, much less a sister,
would be impossible.
One thing I learned from hearing
all those people talk and that is that
after all it is love or what we think
is love that makes the world go
around. The world just now is stand
ing still for me.
(To Be Continued.)
First ward branch Public Owner
ship league meets Tues. evening, K,
of P. hall, 64 E. 22d. Fitzpatrick and
Nockels of C. F. of L. will speak.
Guess there no chance for a spring
Thaw trial this year.
By Margaret Van Higg"s
It's a tunny game, this money game,
And a game that's hard to beat
It's a bleaky game, and a sneaky
For you have to lie and cheat.
It's a bustling game, and a hustling
And a game that's seldom fair.
It's a rotten game, sin begotten game,
For you can't be on the square.
Yet we play the game every day the
Fate selects us without choice.
If you win the game it's throughrSin
For your conscience had no voice.
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