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THE DAY BOOK!
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 S. rBORIA ST. CHICAGO, ILL.
Subscription By Carrier in
Chicago, 50 cents a month. By
Mail, United States and Can
ada. 50 cents a Month.
Entered as iecond-cl&s matter April
21, 1914, at the postotfice at Chicago,
1U under the Act of March 3, 157).
THE PEOPLE'S FIGHT. Say,
folks, bear this in mind: The public
utilities will actively oppose for re
election every alderman who has
sought to protect YQUR interests in
council. .No trick will be left un
turned to defeat honest councilmen
and elect corporation tools in their
place. Hired politicians will work
night and day. Money will be spent
freely. Every political crook in or
out of the city hall will work against
council who represent YOU, and for
councilmen who are willing to betray
YOU Into the hands of the street rail
way and gas gang. What are YOU
going to do about it? Are YOU go
ing to sit in the bleachers and watch
the game? Or are YOU going to
fight for the-honest councilmen who
fought for YOU? The Thompson
Lundin pack is after Merriam, Buck,
Kennedy and others who stood with
them. The Jake Loeb school gang Is
after these same councilmen for
daring to investigate the school
board elected by the people. What
are YOU going to do about It? It's
YOUR fight, isn't it?
"Please give a poor, blind man a
"But you can see out of one eye."
"Well, then, make it a nickel."
The mother's heart is the child's
Wise guys get a lot of free instruc
tion from boobs.
The U-boats at least furnish a di
version; ships are the only things
that are going down.
The pen is mightier than the
sword. Also more expensive; for
prisoners have to be fed.
Senator Weeks is out for the Re
publican nomination for president in
1920. Nothing like starting early.
Of course, congressmen arerft too
busy on preparedness to send out the
annual packet of flower seeds.
N0 HARM MEANT
A few days after a farmer had sold
a pig to a neighbor he chanced to
pass the neighbor's place and saw
the owner's son sitting on the eige of
the pig pen watching the new oc
cupant. "How do you do, Johnny?" said
he. 'How's your pig today?"
"Oh, pretty well, thank you," re
plied the little boy. VHow's all your
THE LAW ANSWERS.
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