women of the American HOME are
not taking up the habit and NEVER
THE DAY BOOK
M D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
BOO SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, ILI
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WAR AND WHY. The First Wars
were fought for Food.
The Second Wars were fought for
The Third Wars were fought for
The Fourth Wars were fought for
The Fifth Wars were fought for
The Sixth Wars were fought for
The Seventh Wars were fought for
The Eighth Wars are being fought
for all or most of these things save
OUR REAL AMERICAN GIRLS DO
NOT DRINK. Former Congressman
Bennet of New York says that "as
men are giving up the drink habit,
girls and young women are taking
That men are giving up the drink
habit is undoubtedly true, else the
wave of anti-liquor sentiment would
not have spread over the country as
it has. But that girls and young
women are taking up the habit we
take exception to.
Possibly, the learned congressman
was judging the girls and young
women of the whole nation by some
he met in the cabarets along the gay
white way of New York, a weak, un
Our HOME girls our young
The department of commerce has
announced that each American is
worth $1,965 and we are busy look
ing for the fellow who has $1,963.25
of our money;
The fellow who boasts that he has
made a success of everything he ever
tried probably never tried anything
more complicated than engineering
Garment men fear a famine in but
tons. That ought to be easy. Just
advertise a bargain sale that is. a bar
gain sale and after it is over sweep
Italy is receiving congratulations
upon having entered the war, which
is something like congratulating a
man upon the death of three children.
One observes that when Uncle Joe
Cannon has something to say he
sticks in a damn or two in order that
people may know who is talking.
The centennial of the battle of Wa
terloo proved rather tame. The pres
ent affair makes Napoleon look like
a minor leaguer.
SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
kl-YC ViHEN A FELLER
SETS WHAT'S COVINS TO
HIM, HE THINKS HE'S A
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