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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 25',
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I want to ask the readers a few
What would you do if you were
rich? Wouldn't you make the most
of your money?
When you buy anything don't you
try to get it as cheap as possible,
thus doing the same as the rich men,
such as the owners of the big indus
tries, getting the most for your
Why don't you give the proprietor
a chance to make a gopd profit? Yet
you howl when the boss don't give
you a raise and call it Injustice.
You .philosophers and reformers,
reform yourself first and then try to
reform the .millionaires from getting
as much money as possible.
Put yourself in the millionaire's
shoes and see how you like it It
Isn't all delights. I. M. De-Ownly-wun.
NEWSIES GET DEMANDS. FROM
THE AB EN POST
At a joint conference of the Chica
go Carriers' association and the
Newsboys' Protective union with of-"
ficials of the Abenpost yesterday the
grievances of the news dealers were
settled with a victory for the news
boys. The Abenpost will now sell for 50
cents per hundred to newsboys, as
heretofore, instead of 60 cents per
hundred, the price asked last week.
Their Sunday paper will increase in
price'to subscribers from 2 cents to
3 cents. The newsboy will pay $2 a
hundred instead of $1.10 pep hun
R. S. Tweed, president of the Car
riers' association, and Morris Gerber,
president of the Newsboys' Protec
tive union, represented the news
dealers. They expressed thanks to
Mueller of the Abenpost toi the fair
dealings they had with him.,
CONTINUES REFORM WORK OF
Rev. Clarence True Wilson, Wash
ington, praised Mayor Thompson for
Sunday closing at meeting in First
. Methodist church.
Miss Milholland is sister ot Mrs.
Inez Milholland Boissevain, famous
suffragist and feminist, who died re
cently. She is beginning to carry
out the wish of her sister by active
participatiqn in the national fight
against capital punishment Penn
sylvania will be her first point of at
NEGRO DOCTOR VILL GET JOB
Dr. Roscoe Giles, negro physician,
will be put to work at the municipal
tuberculosis sanitarium tomorrow
despite the fact that white patients
have declared they would walk out
before they would allow the negro
to examine them.
Dr. C. P. 'Caldwell, president of
the board of trustees of the institu
tion Bald that under the civil service
rules Giles wquld get the job but if
the patients objected very strongly,
an effqrt would be made to place him,
Sol Lewinsohn, erstwhile- bonds
man and banker, held in New York.
1 ordered extradited to Chicago. v