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THE DAY BOOK
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 S. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, ILI
TelenflOne Editorial, Monroe 353
""'' Circulation. Monroe 3S38
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chi-cag-o,
30 cents a Month. By Mail,
United States and Canada, $3.00 a
Entered as second-class matter April
21. 1914. at the postoffice at Chicago.
III., under the Act of March 3, 1S79.
THERE'S HOPE WHEN HATE
RECEDES. Greater than the cap
ture of Montenegro, greater than the
victory of the Marne Is the first
news from the war zone that the
high tide of hate has commenced to
recede. It is the most encouraging
thing we have heard from Europe in
eighteen long, weird, bloody months.
The news comes to us in the form
of a memorandum issued in Hungary
to the school teachers of that half
of the Austrian empire. We wish wd
could print it in box car letters. Here
"The" royal Hungarian minister for
education requests all teachers to
pay special attention in the coming
term to the respect and honor due
to our enemies; that no hatred or
contempt should enter the minds of
the children against the brave men
with whom their fathers" are in dead
ly combat; and that hate or contempt
is not to be cultivated in the youth
SIMPLE CURE FOR TEMPER
In an eastern divorce case the judge
gave this advice to a young husband
"There has been a bad exhibition
of temper on both sides. Unless the
temper is curbed, evil will come to
both of you. It is a thing that from
a small beginning reaches quickly a
Will the young man and woman
heed the admonition?
Perhaps not, for the worst thing
about "temper" is the satisfaction
which its indulgence gives to its pos
sessor, but those who have the habit
usually call it "pride" or "high
Thus disguised, temper causes
more domestic misery than intem
perance. And yet its cure is often very sim
ple. Persons who will not curb tem
per because it is a, vice will often do
so merely for appearances.
In a certain school the young
women are taught that any display
of temper is vulgar and not good
form. When preaching fails, this
teaching often proves effective.
The proof that men do not under
stand women is that they love them.
The proof that women do not under
stand men is that they marry them.
A tax on babies' names is one of
the curious provisions of the Dutch
budget. If taxing names will stop
the use of certain varieties which
flourish here, we're for it.
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