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THE DAY BOOK I
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
boo s. riioniA st. Chicago, ill.
Tdpnhnnev Editorial, Msnroe 333
1 Viepnones circulation, Monroe ZSM
Subscription By Carrier in
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Entered as second-class matter Apt II
21, 1914. at the postofflce at Chicago.
, III., under the Act of March S. 1879.
HA! HA! TO WALL ST.! J. P.
Morgan -& Co. have called off the
$50,000,000 American loan to the al
lies after the federal reserve board
poked it full of holes. Merely an
other illustration of hpw Wilson has
moved the seat of government from
Wall' street to Washington. Wall
street used to tell Uncle Sam where
to head) in. Now Uncle Sam tells
Wall street where to get off at, and
things like that . You see that fed
eral reserve act spread the money
around over the country a bit and
Morgan no longer can hoard it in
New York banks and do as hepleases
with it If Wall street had had its
way about it, instead of numerous
federal ' reserve banks all over the
country we would have a big central
bank in New York, and that bank
would be the real government of the
U. S. It was a glorious thing to have
Wall street back the presidential can
didate who got licked. All Wilson
owes Morgan et-al. it a grudge.
KEEP AN EYE ON PERKINS.
New York is putting the real wallop'
on the high cost of living, and Geo.
W. Perkins is taking an active part
in it. Better keep an eye on Georgie,
however. He has a taking way with
Mm. Four years ago he was sing
ing "Onward Christian Soldiers" to '
beat the band, and then turned up
this year with the, whole Bull Moose
thing in his inside pocket If they ,
let Perk lead that attack on the high
cost of eggs, butter, turkey and,
things, they may wake up after the -battle
to find that Georgie hag 1
quietly got his hooks on all the grub.
MONEY AND BLOOD John D.
Archbold had many millions .of dol
lars, but ran shy of good, rich blood.
His chauffeur was there with the red
blood, but shy the millions. The
plute's millions weren't worth a darn
to him when he needed blood to keep
him alive. So the chauffeur loaned
him some blood. Itwould probably
be harder to transfuse some of Arch
bold's millions into bis chauffeur's
pocket than it was to transfer some
of that chauffeur's blood into Arch
bold's veins. Very likely, too, the
chauffeur won't charge his boss in
terest on the blood. . Anyhow, this
suggests an idea. Give our cold
blooded'plutes surgical treatment by
pumping into them some of the
warm' red blood of human beings.
.RUMANIA'S ONLY HOPE