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THE DAY BOOK
N. D: COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, 1LU
telephones Circulation. Stoaroc 3828
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier In Chicago.
30 cents a Month. By Mall. United
States -and Canada. (3 00 a Year.
Entered as second-class matter April
21. 1914. at the postofflce at Chicago,
111., nnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
FEELING PRETTY CHIPPER,
THANK YOU! "By George, old
man, you're looking fine!"
Did you ever notice how you perk
up, no matter how poorly you were
feeling before, when some friend
greets you in that way?
According to Dr. S. R. McKelvey,
secretary of the Colorado state
board of health, the human system
just naturally begins to tone up un
der the stimulus of such greetings.
He declares it's an aid to health
and a help in preventing disease and
to that end he advocates a new
movement a "tell-your-friends-how-well-they-look"
"It's not only bad taste to talk of
your pains and ailments," says Dr.
McKelvey, "but it is a reflection on
your intelligence and knowledge of
health, sanitaiton and good health.
We are not far from the time when
the cause of illness will have to be
accounted for personally.
"In other words, nature is no
longer going to be blamed for sick
ness when it is simply the result of
ignorance, indifference or wrong
ways of living."
Don't you think it worth giving
Dr. McKelvey 's idea a try?
We do! So here goes:
"By George, you're looking fine!"
BLAME IT ON NOVEMBER
if the furnace gets your souL How
could you remember it was time 'to
T order coal? Blame, it on the. weath
er if the. baby gets" a cough! Give
the kid the leather if he kicks the
covers off? Weather man is crazy
to be sending cold so soon; coal men
are so lazy that they don't get up
'til noon. Telephoned this morning
and the coal has not arrived! Some
good blizzard warning must here
after be contrived. Why do you pay
taxes? Sure! That's the way to
shout! Some one's grinding axes
and we'll hive to vote him out! Keep
on with the holler or your wife may
start to scold ''cause you wouldn't
spend a dollar to prepare against the
cold! Blame it qn old Circumstance,
the standard bugagoo, but don't give
any one a chance to blame i onto
you! Charles B. Driscofl.
While Mr. Bryan is urging peace
at any cost, Mr. Wilson is busy fig
uring out the price.
The season has come when hand
kerchiefs are more useful than or
That story about Germany offer
ing Russia Constantinople for peace
seems to have been of the harem
scarem variety. f