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HUMANITY is the big story, and
you are the "star reporter" on whose
version depends -your knowledge of
the race's progress.
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 S. PEORIA ST. CIIICAUO, IIX.
Circulation, Monroe 3b26
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chi
cago, 30 cents a Month. By Mall.
United States and Canada. $3.00 a
Entered as second-class matter April
21. 1914, at the postofflce at Chicago.
111., under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE GREATEST STORY IN THE
WORLD! Do you ever envy those
super-reporters, the Charles Edwards
Eussells, the Frank Harrises, -the
Walter Lippmanns and the Frederick
Palmers, vho interpret and write, Tor'
. you the ways of war and politics, the
' activities of humanity in all the cor
ners ,pf land and sea?
You should not. For yours is the
opportunity to witness and reporf for
your own brain the greatest "story"
in all the world the development of
the human race.
The daily life that goes on about
you is greater and more fraught with
interest for humanity than all the
wars that ever were fought and all
the elections that ever were held.
Nevera battle surpasses in wonder
the dawning of youth's first love; no
treaty ever signed by the diplomats
of earth has half the consequences
of the few words spoken in delicious
dread before the minister who pro
nounces you man and wife.
The marvels of science and inven-
tion pale into insignificance beside
the ever recurring marvel of a baby's
birth; the great martyrhdods of his
tory are eclipsed many twines a day
by the self-sacrificing devotion of a
The rise and fall of nations are
but incidents in the life of the world.
They are the angles for the "foot
nlen." and the "picture chasers."
WINTER SPORTS COME BACK.
Put upthe worn golf clubs and dig
up that scarred bowling ball. Find a
nice comfortable place in the attic
for the tennis racket and have the
nicks ground out of last year's
For winter sports are almost here
again and it's time to change para
phernalia. The last dying echoes of the world
series are silenced, the glories ' of
Cobb and Speaker and Alexander the
Great have faded for the time and
the gridiron hero, with his armor
plate, his college colors and his yel
ling mobs, is back again.
Swimming has retreated hastily to
the south and along with advancing
icy winds is already heard, the metal
lic ring of steel blades on blue ice.
For winter sports will soon be with
us witn uieir health boosts in clear
eyes, red cheeks and healthy muscles.
PUTTING AMY THE'.
ffNOW I WILL HUNT
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