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[[sense?]] of a taste anywhere even with peas or cherries but Bakelite seemed no better than the other lacquer. All the
lacquered cans were decidedly superior to 
the unlacquered cans of which the tin was very strongly attached.
I opened a can of shrimps and a can of asparagus which Baker has canned since last May 1912 with cans he had coated
with Bakelite and which he considered excellent and superior to other lacquers. It seemed very good. [[no?]]
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[[attach?]], shrimps had excellent taste. but this is not conclusive because we ought to be able to compare to cans made under same conditions with other varieties of lacquer.
Walked to Club on evening went to see "Trail of the Lonesome pine". [[strikethrough]] Then [[/strikethrough]]
then went to bed.
Nov. 23. Bright sunny mild weather. Went 
to Townsend's office. then to [[underlined]] Walter C. Rogers [[/underlined]] talked to him about proposed propaganda for patent reform and for fighting Oldfield bill. Also submitted to him
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