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LETTERS WRITTEN TO
THE DAY BOOK
Editor Day Book:
Some day whenjrou have time send
an inspector over"to 520 S. State
street and have him take a look at
the photographs of some of the fair
beauties who are advertised to appear
there. They have less clothing on
them, I believe, than did Adam or Eve
when they first strolled through the
Garden of Eden. There are many
young girls and boys who are com
pelled to pass such places as this on
their way to and from work and I be
lieve an expose or a little limelight on
such pictures would have an effect of
getting our moral's censor, who con
demned "September Morn," busy.
These fair ladies have it on "Septem
ber Morn" at her best.
A Reader of The Pay Book.
Editor Day BopR: :
On Jan. 3" the following notice was
posted in cqmposing- room of American-Examiner:
"The rule requiring employes of
the composing room to use, the rear
elevators must be strictly followed.
These are freight elevators, open
ing on an alley, entrance to them be
ing through a narrow hallway at
north end of building or through al
ley. How about the -Jaw forbidding
the use of freight elevators for pas
senger service? A Reader.
RAUS MIT SEX HYGIENE!
The teaching of sex hygiene was
abolished -frpm the schools' by the
Board of Education yesterday by a
vote of 13 to 8. There was no se
vere fight either for or against the
study. A caucus was held in the of
'fice of President Reinberg and it was
then pretty well understood that after
la. trial of four months sex study was
The vote stood as follows:
' Against Sex Hygiene Michael
Collins Mrs. Vosbriuk, Mrs, J, Mac-
Mahon, Thomas Kelly, Wm. Roth
mann, R, J. Roulston, John J. Sonste
by, John Metz, John W. Eckhart, Jop
eph H. Holpuch, Axel A. Strom,
Ralph C. Otis, Peter Reinberg.
For Sex Hygiene Dean Sumner,
Julius P. Smietanka, Harry A. Lipsky,
Jacob M. Loeb, Dr. Otto F. Warning,
Chas: S. Peterson, Mrs. Gertrude
Howe Britton, Dr. Peter C. Clemen
sen. President Reinberg was re-elected
and John W. Eckhart, a new mem
ber, was chosen vice-president. Mrs.
MacMabqn was appointed chairman
of the school management commit
tee. o o
GIRLS FORCED TO PARADE NUDE
BEFORE THEIR BOSS?
Laprpsse, Wis., Jan. 8. A sensa
tional story that the boss in a local
factory had forced several girls in
his employ .to parade nude before
him at a noon hour was given to the
Teasdale -vice commission by Rev.
Ambrose Murphy, a Catholic priest,
who declared that to his knowledge
conditions among working girls in
factories here were shocking.
WEEGHMAN ON FAIR LIST
Charles Weeghman's string of eat
ing houses and bakeshops have sign
ed, a union agreement with the Hotel
and Restaurant Employes' Interna
tional Alliance Bakers Union, Local
2, and the Teamsters' Union, Local
The Chicago Cooks' and Pastry
Cooks' Union are in favor of abolish
ing free lunch, declaring it a menace
$10,000 FOR MUNY FLOP
An appropriation' of $10,000 for a
municipal lodging house for women
was unanimously approved by the'
council finance committee yesterday.
A delegation represented by the
various clubs appeared before the
committee in the Interest of the project.