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DAY BOOK STATEMENT
Statement of the Ownership, Man
agement, Circulation, Etc., Required
by the Act of August 24. 1912,
Of The Day Book, published daily ex
cept Sunday, at Chicago, 111., for
October 1, 1915:
Editor N. D. Cochran, Toledo, Ohio.
Managing Editor H. M. Cochran,
Business Manager J. T. Watters,
Oak Park HI.
Publisher N. D. Cochran, 500 South
Peoria St., Chicago, 111.; residence,
Owners (If a corporation, give its
name and the names and addresses
of stockholders holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of stock. If not
a corporation, give names and ad
dresses of individual owners) N. D.
Cochran, Toledo, O.; E. W. Scripps,
Known bondholders, mortgagees
and other security holders holding 1
per cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages or other securities
(If there are none, so state) None.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through the mails pr other
wise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding th1 rte shown
above, 19,642. J. T. Watters,
Sworn to and subscribed bpforp me
this first day of October, 1915.
C. L. Murphy, Notary Public.
My commission expires June 4, 1917.
Note. This statement must be
made in duplicate and both copies
delivered by the publisher to the post
master, who shall send one copy to
the Third Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral (Division of Classification),
Washington, D. C, and retain the
other in the files of the postoffice.
The publisher must publish a copy of
this statement in the second issue
printed next after its filing.
A happy home may be broken up
fey roomers and rumors.
By Jim Manee
It may seem rather damplike,
And it may seem rather chill, I
As you sit down by the lamplight j
On these evenings, folks; but still
You really should be thankful
And just cast some thanks at fate,)
For 'tis only in the winter
You can cuddle by the grate.
P. S. Something's leaking. 1
smell gas. We've simply got to have
that fireplace fixed.
Sidney Hillman, president Amalga
mated Garment Workers, speaks at
Christian Socialist Fellowship, Sun
day, 2:45 p. m., in Hall 601, Masonic
Temple. Irwin Tucker, president of
the Fellowship, speaks on "Peace
Between Labor and Capital?"
Second Ward branch Socialist
party will hold street meeting at 31st
st and Calumet av. tonight. Speak
er, L. W. Hardy.
Tenth Ward branch Socialist party
will hold open-air meeting tonight at
Throop and 12th. Speakers: Dr.
Henry Brownstein, David Etskowitz
and Henry Morris, chairman.
At debate held under auspices of
Boys' Brotherhood Republic at the
Douglas Park auditorium, Kedzie and
Ogden avs., Sunday, at 7:30, subject
discussed will be "Labor Unions Are
Detrimental to Society."
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain split
Provisions up. Dec. wheat, .96.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened
and closed strong. Westinghouse
Electric new high.
Fair and slightly warmer tonight;
Sunday probably showers; gentle to
moderate southwest winds. Tem
perature Friday: Highest, 63; Iov
estt.53, , "