National Affairs: Chicago Baptism

Chicago's Better Business Bureau moved last week to clear its city of a bad public name. Enrolled were 700,000 schoolboys to defend Chicago from its defamers during Boys' Week next month. Exclaimed Superintendent of Schools Bogan: "The present generation of Chicagoans needs a baptism of the pride and loyalty that built the World's Fair in '93 and carried the glories of the city to the far corners of the earth."*

From London this week by transoceanic telephone, Charles Gates Dawes, Chicago citizen, Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, was ready to send...

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