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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 17, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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than man on the finer things of civil
ization merely because she keeps her
faith in her own intrinsic goodness.
Man himself has so long adored
virtue in woman that now it is the
one thing she exalts above the love of
man. She clings to it in spite of his
flattery and his arguments. She melts
one day only to freeze the next.
And this is about all the mystery
there is in the soul of a woman. It
is not woman's fault if man, from an
inability to understand, fails to solve
it '
(The second reel will show wom
an's artificial self.)
WHAT HAS RECOME
of
ROcK--
&y Hy-
Tu-r
sST
6 :
THE LAD WHO USED TO
TAKE. CARE OJ BROTHER
WHILE MOTHER SHOPPED
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EGGS
The egg is the worst shell game we
have ever been up against.
There was a time when eggs were
so common we trapped hem in great
numbers and ate them while they
were still young. But that was be
fore they invented cold storage.
in those days the elder eggs were
utilized as an offensive a very offen
sive weapon in the hand of dis
pleased theatergoers. Today the
only difference between the elder
eggs and the young ones is ten cents
a dozen.
Under present conditions it is fre
quently brought home to the poorer
of us that while dead men may tell
no tales, with eggs it's different
The egg today is a nomad. It trav
els up and down the country and
the pricehst all the time. It is the
ambition of every well-born egg
nowadays to See America First
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BECOMES LANSING'S THIRD
ASSISTANT
BiRECKENRIDGE L0N6
Long has just begun his duties in
Washington as third assistant secre
tary of state He succeeds William
Phillips, who has been promoted to
first assistant
Lii. r.

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