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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 25, 1913, Image 4

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and iis entitled under the law, her chil
dren probably"never would have. been
I killed, arid she herself would not be
the nervous, shuddering wreck she is
today. -
The United. Charities may say, and
say with perfect truth, that they have
done the best they possibly could with
the funds at their disposal.
But this is not the point. The point
is hat. if Mrs. Ustich had been given N
the mothers' pension the people of
Illinois intended her to have ;and
'which slie was prevented, from get
ting only by the United Charities,
there would have been no heed for
the United Charities to give sucran
exhibition of its incapability, and Mrs.
Ustich need never have been the re
cipient of charity. .
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
M A ") YOU DON'T mHT AN L3TENCHO, YOU 1
f) frtkk1 MM MOW WHA-TT'X IJL&l '
ZL HT, EH? BUT nwvr) r-iprr i
"What is a den?" "A den, my son,
is a place' where wild Beasts make
jtheir homes." "No. I mean a den in
a man's house." "Eddie," interjected
the mother, ?your father's definition
applies to that, also'
Rich banker Sp you want to be
my son-in-law?
Suitor Well, I'm not exactly keen
on that,-but as I -want .to. marry your
daughter I suppose I shall have to,
take the other job on foo;"
MM

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