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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 27, 1913, Image 3

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the election of aldermen for the pres
ent term of two years to four years
as passed by the Illinois legislature.
They demanded that the Depart
ment' of Health treat venereal dis
eases. Other demands were: All garbage
plants to be" operated by the city;
free 'books, breakfast, lunch, cloth
hig medical and dental attention for
all school children; abolish all coun
ty, local and park boards and estab
lish one municipal governing-body;
all city employes to be under civil
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servicefand to be paid not more than
the minimum union wage scale,
seven hours to constitute a full day's
work; all lands, whether in use or
vacant, to be taxed at the full
rental value and all prop'ertjr held by
private, educational or religious in
stitutions to be taxed the -same as
other property.
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"I think you shouldallow me thirty
dollars phi money a week, Herman.'.'
"Great Scott! You couldn't get as
much as thafiri alimony!" Judge.
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SCHOOL DAYS BY ALLMAN
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