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alarm clocks" is notified to call "him
at an appointed time.
Miss Johnson alone wakes 20 or 30
people every morning.
"Of course, we don't do that except
in emergency cases," she says, "and
we don't ring the same number Inde
finitely. They've got to buy real alarm
clocks after a few days. The company
allows us to wake people only as a
matter of accommodation to them
and not as a privilege to which they're
feRF' REVOLT '"Jim
By Jane Whitaker.
Cringing and whining and crying,
The slaves near their Masters
"We toil for you and we moil for you,
With never a chance to rest.
And we pile for you your millions
While our bodies go half -fed;"
But the slaves forlorn roused only
"They rave," the Masters said.
Grumbling and mumbling and hating",
The slaves still bent the knee;
"But a part we crave of all we gave
And for Justice make our plea;
We -beg for our wives and our
And our children still to be,"
But the Masters laughed and the
They were blind, or they would not
For no longer the whining and pray
ing, No longer the mumbling or plea;
From a million throats rose curdling
' That drowned the roar of the sea;
While a million strong they rushed
They could not be withstood;
And the laughter fled and the -scorn
For the cry of the slaves was
A WISE PUP
VfoNDER WHAT'S H THAT
An egg that has been too lightly
boiled may be put into the saucepan
again, even after the top has been
taken off, if an ordinary pin be drop
ped into it in a conspicuous place,
when it will be found that none of the n
egg has been lost. Care should ba
taken to remova the uin. '
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