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I THE DAY BOOKl
I N. D. COCHRAN .
EDITOR ANL PUBLISHER.
seo s. PBoniA st. Chicago, ivu.
Tplpnhnnpt Editorial, Monroe 36.1
leiepnones circulation, M6nre:i6W
Subscription By Carrier in
Chicago, 50 cents a month. By
Mail, United States and Can
ada, 50 cents a Month.
Entered as second-class matter ARtll
21. 1914, at the postofflcf at ChicaKOv
III., under the Act of March 3. 1879.
PEOPLE'S GOOD WILL. 'When
any big corporation the Surface
Lines Co., for instance can do any-'
thing to better service, and does it,
it means another chunk of public ap
proval grabbed off. And as many of
said chunks as can be grabbed, the
hetter it is for the corporation. It
means gathering in the good will of
the people. And the good will pf the
people is nothing to be trifled with.
Austinites have been complaining1
about the,Madison street car jam out
line. It has been a fright. 'Leonard
Busby himself says that this jam-up
is one of the rankest in the city.
A meeting between Busby and
Austinites is planned for the near fu
ture, at which, time some plan for
betterment will be. worked out. There
is a chance for Busby to grab -ott a
chunk of good will.
VACATIONS. Wafts of- spring
time off remind us that a couple of
A weeks' vacation make a fellow or a
" girl about a hundred per cent pep
pier for their work when they get
back. Plugging the year 'round
without a loafing rest-up is nix. All
of us need some sort of a change
from our regular line-up. The per
son who really enjoys his or her work
is always glad to get back from a
, vacation and plug in all the harder.
Big bosses, especially in big de
partment stores, sometimes don't
seem to realize this. Some of them
do, however. The correct idea would
be for all of the big stores to fall into
line, give all their employes two
weeks of- loafing with pay, and then
watch the pep that results.
Come on, don't be so blamed
stingy. There is, something .in life
besides working a fellow to death.
TUST A PARTY
"I was ashamed of "my husband
once in London," said Mrs. John W.
Gates. "Among our tourist stunts
was a visit to Madame Tussaud's
waxworks. One of. our friends asked
us how we liked it, and my husband
replied: 'Well, it impressed me as
very much like any other English
party.' " Woman's Home Com
panion. o -o
The safest place for a thron-room
is a cyclone cellar.
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