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SINGLE TAX WHAT IS IT? What is single tax? Beginning tomorrow The Day Book will publish the first o a series of 10 articles by Edmund Norton, in which he will answer this ques tion. They are short and snappy and tell about single tax so that all may" understand it Edmund Norton Staff and special writer for "La Follette's Weekly." "The West Coast Mag azine," San Francisco "Star," "The Public" of Chicago, the. Na tional "Single Tax Review", etc. He has been teacher, Indian in structor in the national service, editor, general writer and special student of sociology for more than a quarter of a century. As a recognized exponent of the Geqrgian School of Sociology, he is' widely known. As news paperman, lecturer and political worker for progressive policies he is known as one of the "Old Guard," having been associated with W. S. U'Ren in the original direct legisaltion work in Ore gon. op SOLVE CHILD VENDER PROBLEM Representatives of the Juvenile Protection association and the state labor bureau, in conference yesterday at Hull House, discus sing means of solving the child "vender problem, declared for a bureau of licensed minors as a so lution of the situation. The ordinance would'prevent . parents sending young children out into the streets at night to peddle gum and flowers. 3 H. E. Smoot, attorney for the Juvenile Protective association, was asked to frame an ordinance, modeled on the lines of those, m effect in Boston and Cincinnati, wherein minors a,re especially dealt with -by a "bureau for fi censed minors. Before children, who are under school age are permitted to sell on the streets they must obtain a license from the bureau. To ob tain such a license, they must show the necessity for being ern ployed in such manner. x If, as is alleged to be the cage in 97 out of every 100 cases in Chicago, the child is provided for by able; parents, the license is not granted. The minor must also show a permit from the board of education, and must go through' a physical examination to show fat ness to stand the strain of the extra work. 10 (Shopping klj: Days. . - i 1 BEFORE (HRilSITMAS n J. 7MC --0&Ck Where to hide the Christinas tree; that's the problem. s o o One way to bring the sun out is to work five hours makinga I nice snow-man for the youngster.