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DELIVERY OF BRICKBALDWIN REFUSES TO
BY NON-UNION M E NISTOP WAITRESSES
STARTED TODAY I fATROLLINQ
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Chicago, HL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
' An Adless Daily Newspaper.
Daily Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, gggggEsv Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. "Jai&P -By Mail, Except in
500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
Chicago, Tuesday, June 2, 1914
HARPER'S WEEKLY AND DAY BOOK
HAVE A JOINT DEBATE ON ART
In Which Editor Cochran Makes It Clear That He Is a
Low-Brow and Knows Darned Little About Art1 ,
Some Stories In -Which Old Human Nature
Plays An Interesting Part.
BY N. D., COCHRAN
I am afraid Norman Hapgood is going to force from me a startling
Not long ago I suggested that Hapgood as editor of Harper's Weekly
put lots of his own brains into the famous old weekly, and not worry about
art. 'J believe my notion at-the time was that Hapgood had made the whole
country sit up and take notice while editor of Collier's, and-I felt hopeful ol
Harper's because of Hapgood.
And I had in mind that Hapgood's brains would have more to do with
pushing' Harper's along than;art would.
What I know about art isnTworth mentioning, but here is what Editor
Hapgood has to say about it in Harper's Weekly of May 30, under the head
ing, "Is Art Worth While?": "
"The Day Book, in Chicago, is-the most significant- experiment- nos