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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 8',
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the opinion of many of their friends.
J. Weiler, 1229 Macedonia st.
I Mr. L.'s fancy for somber colors.-
BED-WETTING. If you are a
"for sure" mother"at--heart you will
take good care of your children your
self. Keep them warfti and regularly
dressed. Don't let them run around
mornings half dressed. Don't give
them cold water to drink on going
to ged just a sip, if .absolutely ne
cessary. Immediately on awakening in the
morning sprinkle the child's back
with cold water, then rub it thorough
ly with a "salt towel" until it is pink,
especially across the kidneys. Then
dress the child. Continue this treat
ment for at least a month. Take the
child to the toilet before retiring and
during the night. Be regular.
Make a strong brine. Dip towel in
it, hang up to dry ready for use.
Watch your babes. A Bachelor Girl.
REPLY TO "SKINNERS." Some
reader of The Day Book said "The
Skinners." I say the holdups. And
both are true of Julius Rosenwald of
If the factory inspectors will inves
tigate the working hours of Deptu
169, March 1, they will learn the lat
est scheme of our great Christian
worker, Julius Rosenwald, to beat the
10-hour law for women and girls.
March 1 the girls in Dept. 169 were
requested to work overtime. That is
to say, they were asked to punch
their time, then return to their desks.
Upon refusal their cards' were taken
by a boy and punchedand the girls
worked on 15 to 20 minutes' overtime.
Some of the girls repunched time, ex
pecting to be discharged the next day.
But they were not discharged, how
ever. This is the latest holdup game.
Some months ago the head of Dept.
169 issued orders to the young ladies
of his dep't that no loud-colored hose
weire. to be worn. Next we may ex
pect to be notified that no lace must
adorn our bloomers. So much fori
THIS IS LABOR MONTH BEFORE
CHURCH OPEN FORUM
March will be "Labor Month" in
the Grace Church Open Forum at
15th and Wabash av. Speakers se-
cured by the U. S. Commission on In- "'
dustrial Relations will hold the floor.
On March 7 Frank P. Walsh, chair
man of the commission, will describe
the purposes and work of the body
that brought "Mother" Jones, Rocke
feller, Morgan, Carnegie, Guggen
heim and leading labor leaders to
gether. Unemployment will be discussed
on March 14, when Peter A. Speek,
expert for the commission on condi
tions among the jobless, talks. His
subject will be "The Making of a
"General Problems of the Unem
ployed" will be treated by Dr. Wm.
Leiserson, employment agency ex
pert, on March 21. He has conducted
many investigations for the commis
"Labor Month" will close with Ed
win Witte, talking on "Labor and the
Law," March 28. He is a student
of injunctions and boycotts in labor
The Rev. Wm. Oris Waters, rector
of the Grace church, is seeking to
prove that the church has a sincere
interest in the matters or tne day.
The open forum is preceeded each
Sunday night by a short service and
an application of religion to the sub
ject of the night. , ,
WOULD REPEAL TWO BILLS )
Springfield, III., March 5. State
Senator Willis R. Shaw of Decatur,
Democrat, yesterday introduced in
senate a bill to repeal limited woman '
suffrage act of 191 and the town
ship option act.
Mrs. Grace Wilbur Trout, president
of the Illinois Equal Suffrage ass'n,
expressed no worry over the suffrage
law was a result of the bill.