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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
BE A GOOD LOSER
By Jim Manee.
Everybody loves a lover,
So the poet's saying goes.
And it's easy to find lovers
In this country, goodness knows.
Why not tack that little saying
To the man who wins his race?
Give Mm credit, he'sdeserving,
When he winds up in first place.
Then, again, why not apply it
, To the man's who's put to rout.
-He deserves his share of credit
If he smiles when counted out.
P. S. And there is always another
year coming, if that's any satisfac
tion to those who were beaten.
HOUSEWIVES ACT TO KEEP
Hdusewives will submit counter
propositions to master bakers today
in attempt to keep five-cent loaf of
Mrs. Julian Heath, president of the
National Housewives league, now
here, believes five-cent loaf unecon
omical. Other women say it is pos
sible to jeduce cost by eliminating
FEAR DENGUE FEVER AMONG
FIRST ILLINOIS ARTILLERY
Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., Sept. 14.
An epidemic of dengue fever is
feared in the camp of the First illK
nois Field artillery here. Col. Chai
M. Allen was attacked, it was said
today, and is at the base- hospitals
Lieut. Bruce Smith is another vic
tim. Four enlisted men also ill. Maj.
Surgeon Gerrard says the men will
return to duty next week. Few sol
diers have been attacked by the dis
ease, though it is prevalent on the
Englewood Y. P. S. I meets Thurs,
ev., 5824 Aberdeen st
M. C. Walsh to speak at 39th and
Cottage Grove, Fri., on C. E. Hughes'
labor record. Sat at 92d and Hous
ton, and Sun. 62d pi. and Halsted on
"The U. S. Supreme Court"
Douglas Park Y. P. S. L. to meet
Fri. night at DL Prep school, 3317 W.
Working Women's Independent
Woodrow Wilson league meet Fri
day, 8 p. m., at room 603, City Hall
Square bldg. All working women
"Difference Between Wishing and
Willing" to be discussed Sun. morn
ing, 210 Masonic Temple, under cuV'
rection of International New
Thought Fellowship. E. M. Stuart in,
charge. Music by H. A. Tolman.
DEAD MAN GETS 48 VOTES FOR
NOMINATION AS CORONER
Springfield, III., Sept 14. Sam
Fairchild, one of the eleven candi
dates for the Republican nomination
for coroner, made the poorest run of
the entire field. Despite the fact that
Spanish-American war'veterans .had
held elaborate military funeral serv
ices for Fairchild. some time ago, 48
Sangamon county voters cast their
ballots for him in yesterday's primaries.
David Williams, 6250 S. Sangamon,
dead of stab wounds said to have
h?en inflicte dby Daniel Waters.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Bull move
made new records in Steel and Gen
eral Motors. Market active.
Partly cloudy and cooler tonight;
Friday fair and cooler; fresh north
west winds. Temperature Thursday: