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OLD EVERETT TRUE LEADS WAY INTO THE
HARD BOILED EGG CLUB
Any hard-boiled egg in America
will welcome the following new
members into the Hard-Boiled Egg
Club of America.
Applications for membership have
been made by the three illustrious
characters, led by Old Ev True, said
to be the hardest egg in America.
Sat's bear and Tom Duff are the
other candidates. I
Being an egg now is an expensive
proposition; only those who own po
tato orchards or radium mines can
ARMY OF TIPSTERS CAN HELP
LAND ALL THE NEWS.
Joseph Darby of the Rex Automo
bile Radiator & Welding Co., 811 W.
Lake St., was one of the first to" lend
first aid to the injured at the Halsted
street gas explosion. He and an
other man carried a bleeding body
from the street Then Darby sent
iflin the first call for police, fire engines
Darby then phoned The Day Book
and Day Book reporters were the
first on the scene.
"If readers of The Day Book would
tip the office off to live news when
they know of it, it would help The
Day Book to give its readers all the
afford it, but as Old Man True's max
im has always been, "A true egg nev
er buys," he and his associates ex
pect to get away with it.
Let The Day Book's hard-boilea
eggs wish you Easter greetings
True's face doesn't show much
brotherly feelings, but the old man
hasn't smiled since he was 7 and this
is as pleasant as he can' look.
Next year Tom Duff hopes to in
troduce his son into the select circle
of the hard-boiled eggs.
news right after it happens," said
Darby to a reporter. "When we
know of a paper that gives all the
news without fear or favor, we
should all sail in and help. An -attempt
is made to 'cover up' a lot of
news that the other papers won't
print. Let The Day Book know
SHE'S OFF HARRY FOR LIFE
Emelie Peiniger, 6343 Laflin St., In
bill for separate maintenance filed
through Bulkley, Moore & Tallmadge
in circuit court Friday, said Harry,
hubby, was away from home nearly
every night till 12 or 1 o'clock, "In
dulging with connivial friends ift