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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 25',
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other reputable doctors, would be ex
tended to poor peasants the quacks
would have less chance to victimize
the poor foreigners.
I think it is a crime for a publica
tion to accept the clamoring ads of
the quacks who promise to perform
miracles, but the "miracle" proves
to be the real one so far as cleaning
patients' pockets is concerned. Da
mon L. Orlowsky.
HANSEN REPLIES. Miss Rabin
would have been right if she had
written that it was to be lamented
that' I should be so unfortunate not
to be able to meet in this great city
of Chicago, etc.
However, there is difference be
tween to meet and to discover, and
I won't say that I have never discov
ered any intelligent girl
There must certainly be some, ac
cording to all the articles now ap
pearing in The Day Book, but if I
should have ever discovered Miss R.
or any of the other young ladies in
the street or at the different Sun
day lectures I also have attended I
think I would not have been any far
ther, as I am not sure whether for
instance, Miss R. would have appre
ciated if I had introduced myself.
Here is where the trouble comes
in, and, as "Sympathy" wrote in his
article: "When approaching a lady
one may run the chance to get ar
rested." Of course, there are ladies
who wouldx understand such a .sit
uation. I am hot attacking the more in
telligent element of Miss R.'s sex,
and if it will appear Miss R. I shall
gladly admit that the majority of
(() , the young men are not much more
Berious. Then, too, a girl can be se
rious and yet be looking for pecuni
I thank the miss for her counsel,
and I also think that a Union Girl's
advice J:o come to the Women's Trade
Union league Is one not to be des
pised. I am also glad that Miss R.
thinks more of exercising her brain .
than her feet I believe, however, a
little dancing at times won't be out
of the way. , i
Madora Fleck opines that a movie !
show and ice cream should be suffi- ;
cient when one is taking a girl out ji
I would not be that cheap. There are h
better pleasures which everybody ,
should be able to afford. Erik Han- ;'
CHOOSING THE COMPANION.
We, who are now enjoying connu
bial bliss, may feel peeved at times
because of the space given to those
who are using The Public Forum as
a matrimonial agency.
It seems to us the space could be
used to better advantage' in discus
sing working conditions. Yet we can
not expect to have a monopoly on
the space given to readers simply be
cause we are now happily married
and are more interested in taking
care of our family. This is certain
we can do more for those depend
ing on us through organization and
we cah 'accomplish more with the
help of' others.
Much space has been given to
those who are calling for help or a
companion for life. Here's hoping
The Day Book gets them a good hus
band or wife. They are looking for
some one who is serious-minded.
Some don't know where to find them.
The men think all the girls are bad;
the girls think all the men are bad.
Here's a tip! Look for one with a
happy disposition, boys! You will
need some one to cheer you up often
when the seriousness of. life gets
smarted. Don't condemn all girls be
cause you have been stung by a few
of them. You will appreciate a good
girl all the more after a sad experi
ence with a bad one.
And, girls, listen! Look for a man
in every sense of the word a man,
not at the clothes, or the money, or
something about him that makes him
look so funny. Many a girl has been
made entirely happy by a man who
did not measure- up- to her ideal. Be