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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1912, Image 12

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in the ranks of union workers, one union is often used to crush an-'
other. But that wont last forever. The time is riot fir off when
brother and brother .will touch elbows, and Uveas well as dream the
Golden Rule. . . ' f
Anyhow; there is ho use despising anybody. It is better to lift
up than to strike down. And we could forget all other laws if we
Would ever remember and live up to the Golden Rule: "Do unto
others as ye 'would that they should, do unto you." Not just on
Sunday, but every hbtir of every day in every year.
Yes, man is his. brother's keeper i . . .,
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