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Image from page 418 of “Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1912” (1912)

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Title: Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1912
Year: 1912 (1910s)
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Subjects: Air conditioning Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery Heating Plumbing
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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OMPANY TECHNICAL BOOK DEPARTMENT143-149 University Avenue – TORONTO, ONT. 8 PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTKR If the world with you goes wrong, Do not fret, forget it.Grim sorrow never lingers long— Dont despair, forget it! And one of the best ways to forget is to own Nye Tools. A man cannot be unhappy wil h ;i NYE SOLID DIE STOCK in his shop—one of those stocks with automatic bushings which can be openedwide enough to clear a coupling, and for which no separate bushings are required. You Cant Lose Em All parts are permanently fastened and cannot be lost—and put your fingeron this point: The stock has large openings for escapement of chips and oil.You know what that means—no binding. The tool is much lighter in weight and more durable than others. If Ynil Aft* AA/r*rvi<*r1 over the st°ck you are now using, send me a card, and Ill see that you* VM ^l c 1CU learn how to get a Nye on a ten days trial. NYE, THE DIE MAN THE NYE TOOL AND MACHINE WORKS – 124 N. Jefferson St., Chicago, 111.

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Image from page 32 of “Open air crusaders; a story of the Elizabeth McCormick open air school, together with a general account of open air school workin Chicago and a chapter on school ventilation” (1911)
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Title: Open air crusaders; a story of the Elizabeth McCormick open air school, together with a general account of open air school workin Chicago and a chapter on school ventilation
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Kingsley, Sherman Colver, 1866- ed Elizabeth McCormick Open Air School, Chicago
Subjects: Open-air schools School buildings
Publisher: Chicago, United Charities of Chicago
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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l| ilrOInrmtrk ^rltonl Bon^B For we have — Cold sprays that give us Cheeks like the rose, Temperatures that are normal This our record shows, Appetites so hearty, Our weight grows and grows. Were the Elizabeth McCormick Cold air Eskimos. That goes. Eat, eat, keep on eating.Sleep, sleep, keep on sleeping.Breathing fresh air night and day,Happy in our work and play. Were going to the country, Hurrah! Hurrah! Well take our blankets with us. Our Eskimo suits of gray. Well take our teacher with us. Hurrah! Hurrah For off to fair Algonquin Were on our way. Now, if youll kindly listen, Well tell you why Its easy to grow husky And never, never die. Were going to the country. Its truly so, And its eat and sleep and good fresh air That makes us grow. If thirty-three per cent of the children of the state leave schoolbefore the close of their twelfth year, we must manage somehow togive them, before we lose control of them, a fair working knowledgeof the disease and how to prevent it. Rogers. 28

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