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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 09, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 6',
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and far-reaching remedy for this and
all similar cases to-wit, put a 5 per
cent annual tax on the value of the
coal lands they are holding idle, and
see how quick they will put thou
sands of idle miners to work opening
up their idle lands.-- F. Williams,
218 S.Western av.
WHERE ARE THE COPS?
Editor Day Book: We might some
time wonder where our police, are,
after reading of repeated holdups.
No matter in what part of the city an
offense occurs, there is the same old
story, no police in sight. That there
are police assigned to night duty and
regular beats we have no doubt, but
where are they? Let me tell you.
There is a certain large barn on
the West Side used by an extensive
hauling concern, where, if you would
step in at about 1 a. m., you would
find our friends, and also a few plain
clothes men, accompanied by an am
ple supply of wihsky. You would no
tice that those who were not inter
ested in the whisky or had had
enough would be lying about in vari
ous places wrapt in peaceful slumber,
while at the corner somebody is be
ing robbed and beaten.
Many holdup men are not satisfied
with only your valuables, but insist
on giving one a severe walloping, as
many men can testify.
The new gunman's court fines any
body $100 if found to possess a gun.
The police lie hidden in various places
at night, then where is our protec
tion? Tne holdup men need no guns, for
they attack a man three to one, and
often more. By Hev.
Editor Day Book: In answer to
your editorial of Thursday, I want to
disagree with you for once.
The success of The Day Book
WILL put the other newspapers out
You can't make better newspapers
I'm against your helping them in
any shape or form. You can't help
Do I lay FIVE rotten apples before
my children and say to them,
What do we do with the rotten ap
ples on a tree? Answer We either
shake them off or wait till they drop
If my house is full of bugs, do I go
to work and paint the bugs to make
them look like angels, or do I drive
the bugs out?
The standard of news of the other
newspapers is wrong. Can you
change that standard?
The other newspapers stand for
graft, murder, suicide, divorce, rape,
child slavery and mental debauch.
That is their Big News.
The Day Book stands for brother
hood, life, harmony, freedom and
The Day Book can't mix with the
What The Day Book can do is
this: It can so change the thought
and consciousness of the people that
they will no longer demand newspa
pers which are DESTRUCTIVE, and
then the quack press will disappear
from the news stands and be seen
only in the Field Museum and the Art
Institute. Alfred Gardon.
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than north to south.
Its density as to that of water is
as 5.639 to 1.
It moves in its orbit about 17 miles
Its northern hemisphere is nearer
the sun in winter than in summer.
Its heat increases 1 degree for
every 60 feet that you descend.
Its surface is over 196 million
square miles, two-thirds water.
Estimated population a billion and
a half. 7
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