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TELEPHONE USERS' ASS'N
Editor Day Book:
I wish to thank you personally and
on behalf of many telephone users
who are aligning themselves with this
association for your kind mention of
our meeting at the Hotel LaSalle on
the 31st ult.
The association is taking up a civic
work that ' I am sure deserves your
consideration, and in favoring us
from time to time with reports arid
mentions of our work you will be
doing a real service to Chicago.
Ours is a sincere purpose to give
all telephone users a voice in tele
phone matters, as you will note from
our principles . set forth clearly on
page 23 of our booklet.
Our association with its service
bureau is to become a commission
OP and FOR the telephone users that
will not be hampered for lack of
funds or by any influence, but that
which is in line with our motto "Bet
ter Telephone Service for Chicago
and Her Suburbs."
Harold D. Stroud,
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drain no water to side of dish. Three
hours should be enough time for
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