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BOLD AND AGGRESSIVE IN THEIR ACTIONS, AND IF
THE GIRLS RESENT THESE ATTENTIONS, , SOME OF
THESE MEN ACTUALLY REPORT THEM TO THE FLOOR
WALKERS, CLAIMING THEY NEGLECTED THEIR BUSI
NESS. IN SOME CASES THESE COMPLAINTS HAVE LED
TO THE' DISCHARGE OF THE GIRLS IN THE STORE."
These quotations are not ffom the column of a sensational, v
so-called yellow newspaper. Mighty few of them would "be yellow
enough to print such disagreeable truths about their biggest ad
vertisers. No they are from the official report of the Chicago Vice-Commission,'
the members of which are among Chicago's best known
citizens men and women. who have won by merit conspicuous posi
tion in the world's work.
' The extracts which The Day Book is printing from day to day,
are from that report, which consists of about 400 pagejfin'book form.
And what we have already published, is but a small portion of
the whole a drop in the bucket. , ' '
Doesn't it make YOU, think? . v
Isn't there tremendous;work fqr all Chicago to do?
time with illustrations by a ma
rine artist. Just the .tale of a boy's
trip around the Horn'but classic.
Alexander Duma's cook has
written a most intimate life of the
novelist. He says: "You" cannot
imagine what a gourmand this
man, who ridiculed all the com
fort of modern life could be.
You're no hero to your cook.
iThe scion of a wealthy house,
Strode sadly 6n the Newport
And wildly tore his hail.
"What good is it," ' he 'madly
"To be as rich as we?
Who says that wealth brings hap
piness, A lying wretch, is he.
Why are we not a gay chauffeur,
A dark, romatic cuss ;
Perhaps a pretty heiress would
Then run away with us."
o o x
Dana's "Two Years Before the
Mast" is again published, this
Germany is facing a crisis on
the food question. They look for
startling election returns.
From Winter Chilled Nostrels,
"Id the evedig by the, boodlide
I cud sid alj dide-ad lised."
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