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neighbors the unhappy marriages
would decrease ninety per cent. J.
Kernes, 1254 N. Maplewood Av.
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BIBLE IN SCHOOLS
Editor Day Book: AH glory to
public school federation. If there are
any highly-educated Catholic men or
women they can utilize their time on
their own parochial schools. The free
American'public can take care of our
public schools, which the Catholic
church says are ungodly. Let us put
our Bible back in our schools and be
free Americans once more. J. Kim
ball, 5844 LaSalle St.
Editor Day Book: Have just fin
ished reading A. C.'s letter to Mrs.
Lee in The Day Book of July 8, and
it has set me thinking. I am a girl,
but on in years, and have felt the
same toward men as he does toward
girls afraid of getting stung so am
in love with single blessedness.
I took care of my father and moth-
er until tney Dotn passecuaway. i gave
up the best years of my life for them,
which I have never regretted. Am
keeping house for my old bachelor
brothers today. Do all my own work
and am happy and contented, so tell
Mr. A. C. there are a few housekeep
ers left who are single, but wish to
remain so from choice. Miss F. Gee.
DIVE OWNER TO BE CHASED
After a six-year fight -Charles
Maibaum, divekeeper of the South
Side levee, is to be deported.
Although his naturalization papers
were cancelled by Judge Landis in
1908, with the money earned from his
dive girls Maibaum has carried his
fight against deportation into the
The government claims that he
owned three dives, the New Bark,
2001 South Dearborn; the St. Charles
Hotel, 2128 South State, and a place
Motor bonnets which coyer the hair
are almost a necessity for the woman
who does much country jiding.
This year the designers have rele
gated the ugly oilskin ones to the
rear and are sending out dainty af
'fairs made of leghorn and Panama
The bonnets are trimmed with chif
fon and little bunches of roses or oth
er flowers and strings of -chiffon veil
ing are used that can betied under
the chin or thrown over the face.
ITS GOOD POINT
Second-Hand Dealer Well, how
do you like your car by this time?
Farmer Green Wa-al, it ain't
much on speed, but, by gum, it kin
at 2024 Armour st All three places make more noise than any other car
bkve been raided in recent? months in the country'! Everybody will know
gince the- "district" Was cleaned out I I've got it--Fon. " "
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