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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1911, Image 12

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A bale's, a "babe whettfer' of thefafea9trom thVfrozen north
or born under "Uncle Sam's'-flag. " - x 'Jy '
A Jap, baby, even if its tender little 'skin ls'brown, to the uni
versal mother heart is a- "darling.5' '',;-" '
' In the kingdom, of chrysanthemums there is no dantier.blossom
than the babies and they spntwl about .oriUhe straw mattfrig floors
strengthening their little backs Justus Continental and American
babies do. -..-
Strikers' Wives, Daughters and
Sweethearts Tagl
Wearing banners bearing, the
inscription "Help feed the wive1?
and children of Illinois Central
Railroad strikers'" hundreds of
women invaded th.e downtown
district today in a "tag day" cam-
"paign ,to swell the strike benefit
fund of the striking shopmen at
2- Armed with hundreds of tags,
the women wives" daughters,
and sweethearts a few blushjngly
admitted were -at work as early.
a,s 6 p'clock this morning,' and
stuck lp3rally to their posts until
4a"nite Tiotir this iVrternbon. The
taggers reported that their ap
peals were being liberally re
warded. Managers of the "tag day" pre
dict; that about $10,000 'will be
realized, and the money will be
devoted to the relief of the wives
and familiesof. the strikers. N f.
A Richmond man has offered
Doc Wiley, for the little sum of
$5,000, a" hen that Jays 'eggs
marked with the capital letter
"G." Old 'Doc might be more
likely to come across if she laid
eggs that would develop the let
ter "N"beforeL the "&l after the
lapse of a certain time

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