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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1913, Image 20

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from my soul; you shall never want
a home while I can earn enough to
maintain one."
That night Jasper returned by mail
to Judge Stillwell the motto: "Look
out for No. 1. - "I'd rather he a man
than rich," he wrote. "Your motto
makes the successful man a miser
and the man who fails mean."
Then Jasper went to work at hard
labor. One day an automobile drew
up at the modest little cottage and
Mr. Davis called Jasper to the ma
chine. "I've been watching you, and Eva,
too," he announced. "I have bought
a business at Brampton and need a
working partner. Eva says come."
"And Uncle Robert?" inquired
Jasper. "I have planned to stick to
him always."
"Then keep your promise," and
then Eva leaned over and kissed Jas
per, and he knew that happiness and
peace and the contented mind were
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"It says in this paper that the
present marriage laws make woman
the slave of man," said a strong
minded wife, as she looked up from
her newspaper. "Why don't they
enforce the law, then?" meekly asked
her husband.
Editor Day Book:
Last night the writer had the
doubtful pleasure of smelling a "stink
ball" for the first time. Think of the
most obnoxious odor you have ever
smelt, and then some, and you will
have a faint idea as to what a "stink
ball" smells like.
While on the subject of "stink
balls" let me enlarge. Let Chicago's
city fathers sanction the gobbling up
of the Automatic System by the Tele
phone Trust, and the odor emitted by
the "stink ball" will be as a sweet
June breeze compared with the odor
that will, or should arise from their
action. This, if consummated, will be
the most pernicious deal ever engi
neered in Chicago, and if consum
mated, Chicago will certainly have to
put a clothes pin on her nose or suf
focate from an odor vile.
A Happy Reader.
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Editor Day Book:
The Young Women's Suffrage Al
liance wishes it made known that
it is not in any way connected with
or participating in the distribution or
circulation of the Special Suffrage
edition to be issued by the Chicago
Examiner On August 11, 1913.
The Young Women's Suffrage Al
liance is essentially a working wo
men's organization and it would
therefore be inconsistent with its
principles to be connected with this
Young Women's Suffrage Alliance,
M. Peterson, Chairman Pub. Com.
Chicago, July "31.
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Daily Healthogram.
The first thought in the hot
weather should be how to save the
babies. And the first act should be
to see that the milk is pure and fresb
and clean.

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