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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except . Sunday
WHAT SOME THINK OF
As to the increase of 1 cent for
The Day Book, I have been a reader
of the paper for some time and in
crease is 0. K.f because I have found
it the only paper that tells the truth.
Joseph E. Allgreth, 1003 N. RidgeT
You did an extremely good thing
when you raised the price of The
Day Book. A paper that is not afraid
of publishing the facts of existing
conditions in our State street depart
ment stores i certainly worth twice
the price yquask. I'm with you, Mr.
Cochran. "Yours for a free press.
F. A. Komnick-
In view of the general rise in the
price of all the other necessities of
life, the rise of 1 cent in price of The
Day Book is comparatively small. I
say, more power to you, and who
fails now is a traitor to himself.
"Who Shall Carry the Future Ban
ner?" lecture tonight by Prank We
rensjold in Norwegian at Norske
kafe, 2738 W. North av., under aus
pices of Y. P. S. L.
Annual bazaar of St Paul's R. E.
church tonight and tomorrow at
Adams and Winchester. Supper 6 to
7:30 each evening.
Open meeting Office Employes'
ass'n Fri. eve., 7 :30 p. m., room .606,
166 W. Washington. Alice Henry
will give illustrated lecture on "Aus
tralia." Central West Side Y. P. S. L meets
Fri., 7:30, in Workers' institute.
Regular meeting of Chicago Typo
graphical Union No.-16 Hodcarriers'
hall, Harrison and Green, Sunday,
Nov. 26, 2 p. m.
TWO-CENT DAY BOOK
Yours for a genuine free press. A.
Wenzler, 1411 W. 73d St.
No objections have b.een made by
any of my customers concerning the
2-cent price of The Day Book. Ed
ward Carbe, 228 Leavitt St.
Please send me your dear little
Day Book every day except Sunday
and I will gladly pay the carrier 50
cents at the end of the month. B.
Laderman, 801 -Marshfield Av.
Please deliver The Day Book to
J. H. Graf, 137 W. 39th. St. We con
sider it worth 2 cents to us.
Considering the unbiased stand of
The Day Book and its always open
pages for any sound new idea, .which
cannot be too much appreciated, the
2-cent Day Book is still undervalued.
Yours for the free press and free'
opinion. Damon L Orlowsky, 2340
N. Robey St
" BITS OF NEWS
Mrs; Harriet Tetzel Shellhammer,
658 W. 61st, swallowed bichloride of
mercury. Refused doctor's care. Mo
tive not learned by police.
Public utilities commission to be
gin food cost inquiry.
Fred'k H. Rawson gave $300,000
to Chicago University medical school.
Small fire at University club, Mon
roe and Michigan.
NEW YORK STOCKS, Leaders
slumped. General list irregular.
Cloudy and colder tonight; lowest
temperature near freezing? Friday,
fair and colder; strong northwest
winds. Temperature . Wednesday:
High, 46; low,- 45.