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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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for all mothers the sacrifice and med
ical skill at our command. As a mem
ber of the community I acknowledge
with shame that these are the privi
leges of the so-called "exclusive
Yet I feel in a social community
like Chicago it is not unreasonable
to expect of every woman to refuse
to have motherhood thrust upon her,
knowing that her child's heritage
must be that that follows poverty,
disease, squalor and abject misery
such as the Goodman baby will fall
heir to. A Reader.
Clerk I am sorry you are dissat
isfied with your room, sir. But I
am surprised to hear criticism from
" Silas Well, don't let that surprise
ye. I-run a hotel myself down at
Mink Junction and I know what a ho
tel ain't!
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So far Mayor Harrison has given
no intimation whether the New
Year's gayety of "the-restaurants
would be censored or not All res
taurant managers are holding up
their plans of entertainment until his
decision is known.
Mrs. Leonora Meder, head of public
welfare dep'-t, announced that the city
would have a nonalcoholic party of
its -own a municipal dance which
will be held in Lincoln Center.
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Hlfs.Tss.'a.c, Ricte.
New York "Thousands of people
throughout the country are dying of
noise," declares Mrs. Isaac L. Rice,
president of the Society for the Sup
pression of Unnecessary Noise, and
she has commenced a country-wide
crusade to silence the auto horn,
which she says is the greatest of all
The "muffler cut-out" besetting
sin of the speed fiend is the noise
against which Mrs. Rice is now dfc
i recting special attention.- .- - r '"
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