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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 05, 1912, Image 10

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NEWS-PICTURE
Characteristic poses of Earl
Rogers' "(standing) and Clarence
DarroW as. they appear in court in
Los Arigeles, where Darrow is be
ing tried for jury bribery.. The
. state is dragging the American
.Federation of Labor into the case.
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A Meal
Philanthropist Er I sent a
rpopr, starving fellow out of work
throagti the strike down to you
with a note this morning to tell
you to give him a meal. What's
the bill?'"
Innkeeper Forty cents.
Philanthropist What are the
items?
Innkeeper Kour.beecs-and two
jdsacs.
The Old Days.
The "old days" of our fathers
They had no picture shows;
And if you had a headache
They bled you at the7 nose.
The horse cars of our daddies
Would quickly make us sick;
And we would do some cussing
About the candle wick.
The season for
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