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LAST EDITION J LAST EDITION
CHORUS GIRL BRIDE SAYS LOVE CANT HOLD
OUT AGAINST MILLIONS
Entered as Second-Class Matter April ZL, 194, at the Postoffice a y
Chicago, EL, Undertbe Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
Daily Except Sunday.
N. p. Cochran, tgg Tel. Monroe 353.
( Editor and ' Publisher. SHIP By Mail, Except in
' 500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a, Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 196
Chicago, Monday, May 18, 1914
NEWSY VIEWS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS
-HOW TO READ BETWEEN LINES
How Newspapers Mould Public Opinion and Why In"
.fluence of the Publishers' Policy on Those
Who Work Under Him To Be Free,
Newspapers Must Make Money.
BY N. D. COCHRAN.
Nearly everybody who can read reads newspapers that is, they read
at them. They read headlines, editorials, stories, etc. -But mighty few of
, them read between the lines.
It is astonishing what you can find in a newspaper if you only know
how to read it intelligently. And you cant read it intelligently unless you
read betwfeen the lines. r
To begin with you should understand the publisher's pohcy. I'll illus
trate that. A reader of -Hearst's papers, for example, knows that the Hearst
policy has been strongly for war with Mexico.
tVhether it is because Hearst owns land in Mexico, which isn't so valu
able with revolution on down' there as it would be if an army of American;