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Be Jqnge hotel, Friars inn, Refuse
cafe, Sehjller cafe, Drexel, cstfe, Bris
tol cafe, Frieberg's, IKe pipom.s
Colosimo's, Al Tierneys, TJle Bar
cafet Royal Bar cafe, Windsor cafe,.
Blue Gooe cafe, Ada cafe, Ham
mond peach inn . Anonymous-
Apswer.-The Day'Bqok knows of
nq Jaw that applies to the tipping
trust, Dqes a.ny reader?-Editpr,
TP J. Pi J mare than dpubt your
statement that the hppq is, tq blame
fpr his jaw station- THere is nothing
ipyqur article of the 7th that show's
anything about the conditions which
hrdu.ght these men Ihta the state of
mind which they have.' I am sure
'here are many like inyself who see
that ip the large percentage spiciety
is ta blame. Show us if you - think
it can he done.-r-4ehie S. QaYis.
'"b.QYS, DONT REAP THI The
hoys of today are fickte, frivolous
and hard t6 please.
The average boy, or man, i pp cph
ceited that Se finds pp tipae tq be
come intelligently interested in the
achievements of women. (The wom
en are so brave they dp not hepome
"discouraged" easily, j canppt add
that. ' . '
Boys' thpughts center too much on
pinch-backs and mustaches; and
Qmar, or any other brand of cigar-r
et.tes. They are so fickle and "hard tq
please' that the women of today, know
: "not whether tq stay bqme pr gp crut
and fight their own hattles.
' " I might add that the Almjghty, re?
alisrfng what he had done when he
made Adam, amended his cqurse as
, best, he pould by putting woman on
veartb, He would have had the latter
'j off gaifl earth long ago were he pot
just ag well -pleased with them as
with his first efforts in the human
rape! I do not intend that tq be
s- blasphemous, either,.
Further, I should gay that dg not
hffiieve What I have written any mgre
than J-believe what the 8h.P--Shope
man. wrote. I feel sorry fgr those
twve bpy if the girls they kn.QW
lead theni'tP wake such remarks- I
know s.pme men who are conceited,
"big-headed" stubborn, fashion
plates, and a few more thiags, but,
trying to be a little hrpad-niuued and
fair to the rest of the sex, I would Pt,
if I could, put them all in this class.
Tb.pse poys'might well try to beqome
acquainted with another sort of girt,
There, are plenty of them R. M. A.
answer through your paper whether
or not, a man not a naturalized citi-
zen of the United States can obtain
a huckster's license tq do business in
Chicagp. James BueJI,
The answer is yes.. Editor.
ENVIRONMENT ANO EQUQA-:
TIQN- I will endeavor to explain to
J, P. the real meauing of environ-
ment and education..
When a child is horn iUs naturally '
devoid of knowledge. As it grows
older t observes the aetions of its
elders and tries to imitate. Jf thev
parents to which it is horn are re-?
fined, the chances that it- will grow
up a useful member to society are
better than of the fjhild that is' bam
ta parents who are- degenerates
To emphasize it mare clearly, our
every aptP.U apcl thought, in "either '
the right or had direction, are cop
trolled' by our environment and ed
ucation. For instance: John is a
young man, just starting out in life.
A bystasder observes that John is
beginning to go off the straight and
narrow road, He goes up to John,-"
talks to'hijin in fatherly way, rea-
sqns with him, and. finally, convinces
Jqhp that he is wrong. John follgwa
the mens" advice andbecomes an up
right young man- That is good en
Qn the pther haud. BhTis also just
starting put in life. Beis working,
and is m a fair way tp success, and
if somepne influences him to cpnimit
9i prime, and if through that in,u "