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THE DAY BOOK
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, ILL.
Tl,Ur. Editorial. Monroe 333
leleptlOneS circulation, Monroe 38M
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier In Chicago.
30 cents a Month. By Mill. United
Stateg and Canada, 13.00 a Tear.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914. at the postoftice at Chicago,
111. under the Act of March 3, 1879.
DAD AND SIS. By dad we mean"
all the daddies.
By Sis we mean all the girls.
Dad and Sis ought to be FRIENDS
not merely father and daughter
Dad is a good fellow. Of all the
lover that Sis has, none loves her
better than Dad. None has done so
much for her or is willing to do
more for her than Dad.
Down in the bottom of Dad's heart
there is a picture of the girl he court
ed when he was a young man. That
picture is of Mother, and Sis prob
ably looks a. great deal like Mother
used to look, so Dad can't help but
Dad is the fellow who brings home
the bacon. Dad is the man who
prays and hopes for good luck and
health to the end, so that he can take
care of Mother and Sis.
Down in the bottom of Sister's
heart there is the picture of her
IDEAL HUSBAND and very often
he looks and acts like Dad.
So Sis ought to get better ac
quainted with Dad.
Dad and Sis ought to clasp hands
and -face the world together.
Dad knows many things that Sis
ought to know, especially about
Sis can make many of Dad's hard
days easier by being his chum.
If a boy's best friend is his mother,
a girl's best friend is her father.
Our barber, who thinks one way,
says the Germans are murderers for
sinking the Lusitania; our bartender,
who thinks another, declares the
English officers ordered all Amer
icans drowned as soon as the torpedo
struck in order to accuse Germany.
Truly, we're a grand little nation of
A New Orleans girl broke her en
gagement to a Chicago man and
demands that he crawl to her on his
knees before she'll make up. That
man ought to start crawling due
Old Art Brisbane has slipped a cog
at last; he tried to write an editorial
on what is the matter with fountain
pens in half a column.
The more we see who-the colonel's
enemies are the more we think of the
colonel. Here comes Perry Belmont
Nice, pleasant little war we're hav
ing, is it not? It makes the news so
entertaining and amusing.
How proud of their Iron Crosses
are the victors of the Lusitania naval
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