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the "day in boiled down formf and helping the 95 per cent of the
people to fight their battles.
The Day Book isn't a member of the publishers' trust, and ,
won't be a party to helping crush unionism and establishing the
open shop in Chicago. It will print the truth, whether it be about t
labdr unions or publishers' unions.
And it has printed the truth, whenever it printed anything '
about the newspaper lockout. If there is anything in the -world r
Chicago needs it is a fearless newspaper, uninfluenced by advertisers
and b'g business, and not afraid to publish the truth, no matter L
whom the truth helps or harms.
In the interest of unionism and peace, The Day Bopk willj
gladly join with Typographical Union No. 16 in urging the pews
gaper publishers and the locked out and striking uniqns to arbitrate
Vill Typographical Union No. 16 do as much? -
WHATS PERSON'S- 'GOAT'?
Municipal Judge Sabath, sit
'ting in Hyde Park' court, is very
much puzzled because he don't
know what a person's "goat" is.
Fa5r Benson, 5426 Lake av.,
watchman on the Chicago Beach
'Hotel beach", was testifying
against three men who had at
tacked him when he told fhem to
get off the pier. "One of them
grabbed me around the neck "and
threatened to throw me into the
lake and the other swore he'd get
Judge SabatK then asked some
one to explain what was "meant
by a person's "goat" No one
could get farther than,""a person's
The three men, Joseph, Charles
and James Totfosouie, 226 W.
46th street, were fined $1 and
Salt, water and turpentine form
a solution which is often Used by
boxers to harden their hands-
tfAn TfTrnT nrr Tnt
William Walter Wiggins was r
his name. By his newly adopted ;
profession he was an office-boy
and getting on nicely, thank you.
The telephone, however, pre-
sented difficulties to W. W. W.,
and no efforts of his could tame I
the instrument to his own needs.
The other day, when the boss
was out at lunch, the telephone '
bell rang loudly, and William '
rushed to answer 'its clanging '
- "Hallo!" cried he. 'fWhoI
goes there?" Willie was also a
boy scout, you see. r
"I'm one hundred and five," '
came the reply over the line.
'Then, old chap," answered the '
offide boy cheerfully, "it's quite r
time you 'kicked the bucket' "
William's job is now vacant
Eagles can exist for as long as
twenty days without touching r
food, while condors can iast far )