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ITHE DAY BOOK!
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
SOO S. PEORIA ST. CHICAUO, IIX.
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chi
cago, 30 cents a Month By Mail.
United States and Canada, $3.00 a
Entered as sccond-clas matter April
21. 1914, at the postofnce at Chicago.
Ill, under the Act of March 3. 187S.
MORGAN AND PREPAREDNESS.
When J. P. Morgan died he had to
leave behind him $8,639 worth of
cigars, $44,743 worth of booze and
$174,450 worth of watches. hese
figures, revealgorby the appraisal of
his estate, will give the ordinary man
a better idea of how rich Morgan
was than the statement that his total
estate was valued at $78,149,024.
If Morgan could have taken all his
cigars with him, and had smoked one
nice fat cigar every evening after
dinner with Noah or some other fel
low, it would have taken him 50
years to finish up the lot.
Did J. P. believe in preparedness?
NERVES? VANITY! The fussy
Girl sat next us in the car this morn
ing. And she fussed and she fussed
and she fussed.
She settled herself three times,
hunched up her right shoulder.Uook
off her right glove and patted her
hair, pulled the back of her sailor
collar into shape, shrugged up her
loft" shoulder, pulled off her left glove
end patted her hair, pushed her hat
a little more to one side, and put on
both gloves, patted her hair and
crossed her right ankle over her left,
cquared both shoulders and patted
her hair, settled herself in a now po
cition and pulled her coat down at
the waist, patted her hair, surveyed
f torn of. her bag, and patted her hair,
pulled her hat a wee bit more to one
side, and reversed her ankles, then
began at the top of her program and
Nervous? The girl hadn't a nerve
in her makeup. But we, persons'
next her and across from her, had
nervous prostration by the time the
car reached the loop.
Appealing to her and to scores
like her to let a man read his morn
ing war news in peace is perfectly
useless. So we are only going to tell
her that it is good form to finish
dressing in her own room, and that
fussing with one's clothes in 'public
is not good manners. Moreover it
detracts from her youthfulness.
And makes her look as if her
pumps hurt her.
Maybe they did.
' o o -
WHICH ONE, GOING OR COMING? '
Mrs. L. E. Williams has returned
from Mulberry, where she has been
vlsitinghtfr husband. She was well
pleased with her trip. Jacksonville,
THIS OUGHT TO BRING THE
BOYS OUT OF THE TRENCHES
T prices CUTI
her nose in the tiny glass at the bow