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law to control the guilty make the
law just and equitable. Treat each
one the same. Chase the male pros
titute to the point of banishment the
same as the female.
If that is not sufficient put them
both in hospitals for medical treat
ment both physical and mental and
also moral. Put them both to use
ful work that will bring physical and
mental health and keep then confin
ed until they are sane and safe to
restore to freedom.
No law that leaves the male pros
titute to remain at large to prey upon
the weak can have any effect in con
trolling the evil.
But law is always ineffectual un
less it is based upon a strong and
forceful public sentiment. Lax pub
lic sentinient in relation to sex rela
tions leaves the law in its present in
equitable and unjust shape. Geo. V.
Wells, 6050 South Park av.
Editor Day Book Your leading
article in The Day Book of Jan. 5 at
tacking the Greek restaurant keep
ers and their places of business as
immoral or working in collusion with
employment agencies, who prey like
vultures on their ignorant victims, is
not at all justified by the existing con
ditions in the Greek restaurants in
The tone of your editorial was pre
judiced, inasmuch as it does not dis
criminate between Greek restaurant
and Greek restaurant. With one
sweep of your pen you enhance the
already intolerable prejudice against
I never knew such conditions as
you describe to exist in Greek res
taurants, although I have been in
this business for the last ten years
and am quite familiar with affairs
pertaining to the Greek restaurants.
If there are Greek restaurant own
ers who are guilty of such offenses
as you charge, let the proper author
ities take action against them, and if
found guilty let them receive the pun
ishment befitting the offense. But fo?
the sake of universal and interna
tional good feeling among men, don't
write a prejudiced and libelous
article, accusing all of a damnable
crime without naming one special
offender. Theo. Straley, 2804 W,
MORGAN'S DAUGHTER IN ANTI
Y&ss xuiMe Morgan.
Miss Anna Morgan, daughter of
the late J. P. Morgan, inherited a big
slice of the Morgan millions, but even
so she doesn't believe in spending her
wealth in restaurant tips.' So she
started an anti-tipping crusade by
opening a no-tip restaurant.
With the assistance of several oth
er well-known women, Miss Morgan
is financing a popular priced cafe on
the roof of the Strand theater in
New York. It is not a rendezvous
for society, just a popular-priced,
well-managed "eat shop," run like
other restaurants, .except that it is.
against the rules to tip the waiters.