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"A BLACK-JACK FOR TAMMANY!" IS CRY OF4 -NEW
YORK'S 34-YEAR-OLD MAYOR-ELECT
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, gggHE&. Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. P5 Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St. 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 40 Chicago, Thursday, Nov. 13, 1913 ONE CENT
A HILLTOP PALACE AND A LOVELY
FLYING MACHINE FOB WORKMEN
Every Workingman Will Be a Piute When Hearst's i
Latest Pipe Dream Comes True But in the Mean
time There's Nothing Doing in the
Living Wage Line. 1
BY N. D. COCHRAN
Did YOU ever hit the pipe?
I never didbut -rv&cheard of the beautiful. dreams one dreams when
the dopagets in its,worirand yoii begin to find the coal pile turned into dia
monds and a cute little river of champagne running right past the front
I heard of a man once who turned on the water faucet in the kitchen,
and red, white and blue champagne bubbled forth. He found all his pockets
jammed full of thousand-dollar bills, and gold began to pile up on the floor
until he feared he would smother.
Millionaires appeared at every window, broke in the glass and began
throwing money at him. Then the doors opened and the most beautiful
women in.the world, clothed in priceless gowns, 'flocked in, threw their arms
around him as fast as they could get to him and told nun he was the only
man they ever loved.
When he went into the diningroom the table was set with the daintiest
food the world could afford, from corned heef and cabbage to canary birds'
And just as he was about-to-eathe-woke up,-