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And don't you think that the work
ers would control our politics if
THEY were class-conscious9
Also, we have had enough of so
called labor candidates, minus their
class-consciousness, and we don't
need any more of that kind. More
over, a class-conscious worker
knows to which party he belongs.
And when the majority of workers
have become class-conscious, there
will be only two parties, the capital
ist party and the workers' party.
Ed Forsberg, 3055 Fulton St.
ONE READER SATISFIED
Editor Day Book: Your editorial,
"Why Don't the Workers of Chicago
Take a Tip From the Capitalists,"
was good, the best I ever read in The
Day Book. John Yonkers.
SHOW PARCELS POST AT 200
Washington. Nearly 200 county
fairs and carnivals have notified the
po'stoffice department that they will
make a parcels post exhibit a big(
feature of their enterprises.
Early in August Postmaster Bur
leson started the movement to create
a wider interest in this branch of the
service by showing just how it works.
The exhibits will demonstrate how at
low cost the producer and consumer
meet without paying tribute to mid
dlemen. Emphasis will be laid on methods
of packing perishable farm products
for the mails. Wherever fair officials
want it, the postal authorities will
erect such an exhibit
CROWING SCHOOL CHILD NEEDS
Food supplies material to make up
for the waste of tissues, to maintain
the activities of the body and to se
cure the growth of the child.
The waste of the adult may equal
that of the child, but the added neces
sities for growth make the food sup
ply of the child of the ultmost importance.
MANNEQUIN QWZZ N. Y. GLIM?
OF -NEW MODES
New York, N. Y. When Margot
promenades on Fifth avenue or in
Central Park all New York. stops to
look at her, for Margot, the Manne
quin, or model, is just now one of the
most interesting personages in New
York. When she promenades in the
park she is not walking for pleasure.
She goes, forth to show the world of
women what the fashion designers
have in store for them for the winter
As' pictured here, Margot is giving
the women of New York their first
glimpse of the new sailor hat, which
they'll all be wearing sOon. It is
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