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They worked along artistic and ethereal lines -while the real boy of
Mm has reverted to the famous Browns of Rhode Island who had to roll
up their pants and dig clams for a living.
f TheyVe thought that millions buy sturdiness, manhood and health,
while they really buy ease, luxuries, doctors and pills, and they've got poor
Johnny crammed fiul of the latter things, figuratively speaking.
Mother-of-pearl cradles, special cows, special servants, special doctors
produce one sort of boy.
Johnny is a legitimate product
You can pet to death the orneriest cactus that grows in Arizona.
From cradle to date, they've been distilling and specializing the boy out
That is what ails him, and we're sincerely sorry for him, because the
fellow who is never permitted to be a real boy misses things which justify
him in holding a deep grudge against the world, including the Browns of
LETTERS TO EDITOR
HUMANITY DAY. Permit me to
join Mr. 3. F. Cleveland and Mr.
George R. Wehner in their prepara
tion to celebrate Humanity Day,
which will be duly celebrated when
all of us seriously begin and continue
thinking about doing the right thing
without any ifs and ands.
There is only one way and one
thing that is right, and that is the
right side in every instance. It is
the same in broad daylight as in the
dark. It is necessary to have a wrong
side in order to know which side is
-The reason we have not done the
right thing before is that we have
fooled away oar time. You know
time is money.
Oar valuable time has been spent
in sport, in nonsensical disputes,
bluffs and Ees, hanging around and
boasting what we would do and could
do and always did something detri
mental to ourselves and others.
Everybody is guilty. It is no wonder
conditions are such as they are.
Just imagine if we should all, every
mother's son and daughter, speak
well of every one, do good and recog
nize that we are working in a com
mon welfare system. Just imagine,
the first sign of this change would
appear on the faces of the many who
are now unhappy and relieve many
from freezing and hunger.
There must be a few more who
recognize the weak spot in the money
trust and the "kick in" the unions
could give the money monopoly if the
unions should withdraw their depos
its and organize a banking system of
their own and begin using their funds
for industrial purposes.
I do not consider this to be any
daring, but if it is, then I dare. Let
us go to it August Olson, 3216 Os
WHAT HE SAW. At the present
time much is being said of improper
relations between bosses and their
female stenographers and I wish to
tell what I myself have seen in busi
ness offices during business hours.
When a new skyscraper in the loop
reaches a height so as to command
a good view of surrounding offices we
workmen on the job are generally
able to ferret out loving matches that
are taking place in these offices very
easily. I'll never forget a job that
went up at Clark and Randolph sts.
about four years ago when there was
hardly an hour passed that some one
on the job didn't spot in some office
a dignified business man loving his
stenographer or sometimes the fair
female taking the initiative in the
bout of caressing and kissing, etc.
There were at least a thousand
men on this job who saw some of