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Page 9 - We go on hanging and jailing criminals and ignoring the children from whom criminals are made ! We go on paying out for the cure of crime and its evil congeners more money than we spend for our children's education ! We go on with maudlin sentiment and savagely oppose practicality and common sense in matrimony — society's very corner stone ! And we pretend to be an intelligent social system...
Page 166 - ... certainly. ELIZABETH With beautiful thin hands and white hair. I've pictured her so often in that Renaissance Palace that they live in, with old Masters on the walls and lovely carved things all round, sitting in a black silk dress with old lace round her neck and old-fashioned diamonds. You see, I never knew my mother; she died when I was a baby.
Page 101 - For the Colonel's Lady and Judy O'Grady Are sisters under the skin!
Page 241 - You set things right — and you did it in the only way. — The blood of the fathers! — And our children yet unborn — and our children's children — they, too, thank God! are saved — and in the only way.
Page 73 - Do unto others as you would that they would do unto you.
Page 43 - Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang, bleibt ein Narr sein Leben lang...