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the night as" well as the' day hVearn-
ing the pittance, they are paid by their
greed-mad employers, I am quie
willing to finish the verse of Hood's
poem, a part of -which I quoted above:
-"It's oh! to "be a slave
Along with the barbarous "Turk
Where woman has never a soul to
save, ' (
If this is Christian work!"
DAILY COMMENT ON
In the meantime council might
better wait a minute before letting
the Pennsylvania railroad shut off the
West Side from the loop with" a
Chinese wall of elevated freight
Xhe Day Book is printed on the
West Side and we don't want the
street closed so we can't get through
to the loop and carry the light of
truth Into the dark corners.
As near as we can figure it out,
Mayor Harrison is in favor of a sub
way. And though he isn't decided
as to just where a subway shbuld
subway we gather from his remarks
'that he wants it underground.
Which, engineers tell us, is a first
rafe'place to build a subway.
Subways built on stilts might fall
down, and no way has yet been dis
covered ol successfully putting a
hole-in-the-ground up in the'air
The main thing, of "course, is to
build a subway so that it will boost
business for department stores. For
all the newspapers will be for that.
As they say in the newspapers
It Pays to Advertise. V
But if you want the news read The
Mayor Harrison slyly hints that the
'Comniittee of Fifteen want the joints
closed in neighborhoods where spe
cial interests need the property.
Guess he must mean the railroads
that start vice crusades in certain dis
tricts where fhey want to get hold of
Rev. Charles Blanchard of Kansas
City advocates organization of brass
band to attract children to Sunday
This pastor and the one who in-!
stalled moving pictures in his-church
should shake hands. They've got
the right idea. What the people .want ,
PEOPLE AND THINGS
is something more lively than the
usual Sunday sermon.
If they'll give" 'em a little band
-music or some movies before or after
the sermon they'll find a bigger con
gregation listening to their sermons.
We wouid advise giving the sermon
first." More of 'em will stick for the
music or pictures afterN hearing the
sermon than will stick for the ser
mon after hearing the music or see-
ing the pictures."
Militancy has invaded courtship. ,
Mrs. Olga'Tollofson, 25, of Wauke
gan, married Louis Madspn, 22, after
she kidnaped him from farm where
his mother had hidden nim.
-The ladies insisted on admitting
Mrs. Pankhurst Now you see what
has happened ! Not even a'mamma's
boy is safe.
Egyptians 5,000 years ago had in
cubators in which they placed 7,000
eggs at a time.
Now we, know where that chicken
came from" that was served to us, last
A Los Angeles judge has had
spreens built in front of witness
chair because he thinks women's
ankles influence juries.
If slit skirts are popular in Los
Angeles, we would suggest that the
screens be built a little bit better
-m O O
Mrs. Mark Muroski of Philadelphia
succeeded in dancing with 212 part
ners at her wedding dance, and ac
cording to an old Polish custom sh
received $2 from each partner.
The steel smelters', organization,
one of the most powerful trade
unions in England, has decided to en
ter on a most energetic campaign for
anr eight-hour day. v