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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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have these abortions performed le
gally and under the most skilled
hands we can rest assured that wom
en will continue to mutilate them
selves in spite of all the 'officialdom
in the universe.
It is the scorn of society gather
ing up the skirts that drives women
to these things. Nothing is more fit
ting than the words of Christ, "He of
you who is innocent, let him be the
first' to cast a stone at her." She
obeyed the law of nature and only
broke the artificial arbitrary laws of
man and church. The laws of the
Creator she kept.
Humanity is the cause of all wars
and not the Creator. Humanity robs
the medical field of a science, that if
properly developed, would remove
misery, war, overpopulation, mastur
bation, insanity, unhealthy children
and religious and mental grafters and
give each sex born the kind of happi
ness and justice entitled by divine
The stimulant crimes of today sub
stituted for nature's pure habits is
bringing out a dull-brained, .fretfulf
degenerate race. These artificial
drugs are tobaccoes, liquors, drugs
and saltpetre. The artificial habits
used to beat nature and musturba-
tion, sodomy, ungratified passion, or
sexual starvation. Nearly every lec
ture and article we read raves and
rants about immorality, as though
the laws as laid down by the Creator
were a crime.
We havea martyr serving today in
Joliet, but the world is not yet ready
to look upon her as a martyr. The
time is coming, however, when social
justice becomes more uniform, the
people like a mighty wave will turn
on our law makers and religious
trust like a tigress. According to the
laws of the Creator women cannot
enjoy the best of health unless they
have a child, at least. If men only
know how they were being injured
with artificial and stimulant substi
tutes they would evolute their ideas.
&an will eventually emancipate him
self. Allen Steven, 2538 N. Cali
fornia av.
wants The Day Book readers to give
some opinions on serving negroes. I
think that the white people who do
not care to serve negroes are not
Americans and should not take the
name of Americans. I think the col
ored people have the same rights
here that the white folks have and
should be treated as we are.
Do as the bible says: "Do unto
others as you would have others do
unto you." If you will follow this
rule you will be better in the end.
This is supposed to be a free land of
liberty. Let's make it one.
I would like to hear from other
readers. L. Noyes, 3839 Wentworth.
FORMERS. They are now trying to
close the saloons on Sunday. I am
not a friend of the saloon, nor am I a
friend of the church, and I have
even less sympathy for a reformer.
But being a friend of Uncle Sam it
seems to me that the church is taking
liberties in this country. All men
have an equal right. The saloon
keeper has the same right as a min
ister, and if there is a law on the
statute books saying the saloons
must be closed on Sunday that law
ought to be repealed. The law has
no right to make an exception of the
saloonkeeper. If the law was put
there to make Sunday a holy day it
should be broad enough to say that
all places of business must be closed
on Sunday. It is a class law made
by the church against the saloon. It
is not broad enough to be a state law
and should be repealed. I believe in
liberty and individual rights.
The rights of the individual are the
most sacred thing under the sun and
only by preserving the rights of man
is this nation to be preserved. It does
not make any difference how good
the church is nor how bad the saloon
is, nor how rotten the reformers are.

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