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JV. Z COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER,
60 BO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, VU
Circulation. Monrae SSaa
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier tn Chicago,
30 cuU a Month. By Mall. United
States and Canada, SJ.QO a Year.
Entered ai eecond-clasi matter April
21, 1914. at.the postofilce at Chicago,
lit, under the Act of March I, 1871,
, KEEP YOUR EYE -ON YOUR
WIFE Keep your eye on your wife.
Not to keep some other man from
stealing her for wives worth having
are not stealable'.
But to keep her contented for
that will help YOU to keep cheerful.
And to keep cheerful for that will
help to keep her pretty.
To keep her pretty is to help your
self keep your eyes off other women,
a very necessary thing for a married
man if he would be happy.
Keep in mind the girl you led to
the altar for your wife is that girl;
just as good, just as lovable, just as
sincere, just as honest.
Keep in mind, also, that you were
ready to do almost anything to GET
her and eo you will be reminded
that it's up to you to make some little
sacrifices in order to KEEP her.
Just keep your eye on your wife,
and do your share toward making a
success of your greatest business un
dertaking the business of being a
happy married man.
AND SAM WILL BE THERE.
Experts estimate that the outlay for
the war is now at the rate of $2,000,
000,000 per month, another year of
it to cost $25,000,000,000.
A government can print money, or
its equivalent, in unlimited quantity,
but there comes a time when such
money loses its purchasing power.
What then? Bankruptcy or confis
cation of private property for govern
In such a crisis any party mean
ing mostly Uncle Sam having a lot
of perfectly good money, becomes the
highcockalorum of finance; worlij
finance, at that l'
WOODROW AND THE G. A. R.-n
President Wilson has accepted an in
vitation from the G. A. R. to attend
the Decoration day exercises at Ar
lington cemetery. "Last year a num
her of partisan papers took advantage
of the president's declination of the
invitation to make political capital 0$
the incident. It was, of course, bufc
an unworthy appeal to 'old prejudices
and not" given serious"attention 'ex
cept by some of the gallant old war
riors with whom the memories of;
war times are still hot
Regardless of political party- thef
public will be glad that this feeling, isj
finally quieted. .,
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CHANCED HER GARB ' 7
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"Miss Jones, have you ever tried tp
ride a horse bareback?"
"Oh, dear, no. I usually wear a
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