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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 22

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BOY WITH. ONE LEG RULES A
CITY'S NEWSIES
Philip Silver.
Los Angeles, Cal. There are 200
proud little newsboys running the
downtown streets here today, for re
cently the newsboys' playground was
dedicated.
But that was not all. An hour pre
vious to the starting of the dedication
exercises these same newsboys sat at
big round tables in the Sunday school
room of the Temple Baptist church
and consumed a supper that included
all of the goodies of the season as
guests of the Women's Union of the
church.
Chief among the newsboys is May
or Philip Silver, ruler of the Younger
Newsboys' Club. Despite the fact that
Silver is minus his left leg, he is a
real official just the same.
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DULL THUDS
These 16-year-old girls can't fool
an old married man. He can look
them over and see where they aren't
as tidy as they might be.
If there is a woman going along the
street and the other women Turn and
Look after her, it is a sign that wo
man has been in the papers at one
time or another.
Magazine editors don't care
whether a story is written by some
one with a Name, just so it has merit.
That is the reason they cover the
outside of the magazines with well-
known names.
Nine-tenths of the fat men will
wear a coat that is too short and then
make fun of women with too much
shape.
Tell a fellow he is full of the Old
Scratch and he will glow with ap
preciation. But yet when a fellow is
full of the Old Scratch he never does
anything to be proud of.
Such a free country! There are
only 365 days in a year, but there
are 100,000,000 people in the United
States each of whom gets sore if you
don't lay off from work and observe
his particular day.
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HAS EARNED IT
John Organ has been running the
Salem Monitor 41 years and cele
brated the event recently by taking
an elaborate one-course dinner of hog
jowl and greens. Sycamore (Mo.)
Citizen.
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Employes of a dairy in Verona,
N. J., have been forbidden to use
rough language in addressing the
cows they milk, on the theory that
the latter will produce more plenti
fully if politely treated.
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