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tors,- also extracts from Barney
Bertsche's article in the Daily News,
and, at the same time, an article
from the Chicago American.
"Won't you read both and ask
yourself which you would rather
have fall into the hands of your
, "Do we want our young people to
believe that stealing is better than
"Do we want our young people to
believe that they can go through a
prison cell and immediately, before
the smell of prison is off of them, be
come contributors to a newspaper
and have their names hung as high
as people who have lived respecta
bly? Very truly yours, Harrison M.
BOIL YOUR WATER
Boil your drinking water! This ad
vice should be strictly heeded just
now. The rain and thaw have flood
ed the lake with foul, germ-laden
surface water. Regardless of the
excellent filtering system through
which the city water passes it is ad
visable to boil the water in order that
the home may have absolute assur
ance against the invasion of all sorts
of disease germs. Boiling the water
kills all germs.
HELP! HELP! POLICE CAP FEARS
SCHOOL KIDS ARE AFTER HIM
A black hand letter with the regu
lar skull and cross bones was re
ceived by Acting Police CapL Wes
ley Westbrook of the Maxwell st. sta
tion Friday. In apparently youthful
handwriting the captain was warned
to 'lai loe."
He blames either school children
of the Goodrich school, Sangamon
and Taylor sts., or saloon rowdies.
Several students were hauled up into
the station. the other day and lec
tured because of a number of broken
windows in the neighborhood.
The letter win be turned over tc
PSYCHE AT POOL? SOCIETY
GIRL IN SUNNY CALIFORNJA
JSg 'hs&srfZSNMK? fr ?-HJmHct&
Daughter of Major William L.
Kneedler, U. S. A. (retired), who will
be in the group of dancers atthe
Spanish ball to be given Jan. 29 the
biggest society event to be given on
the Pacific coast this season.
Sir Note what your correspon
dent says about-fool phrases. The
gang in our shop must be the lazy
ones. I culled these from our coh-"
versation in one day: "Goodnight!"
"I went over to Ed's after the party
and had a nightcap last night" '
"Keep your shirt on." "Wake up,
boy!" "I could hear him snorin' .a
block away." "Ho, hum!" "Whadda
ya- doift!, drearaiaX' R, Bf-5. - '