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THE DAY BOOK
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
COO SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, ILL.
TJUr. Editorial, Monroe 353
leleptlOneS Circulation. Monroe 3820
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier In Chicago,
30 cents a Month. By Mall. United
States and Canada. J3.00 a Year.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914, at the postoffice at Chicago,
111., under tho Act of March J, 1879.
THEY'RE ALL RIGHT. Though
there is but little prospect of direct
results from the meeting of the In
ternational Woman's Peace Con
gress, now being held at The Hague,
yet the indirect effect of this feast
of reason and human love win be
great and lasting. There we witness
the great women of Germany meet
ing their sisters of England on a com
mon plane, one of mutual admiration,
respect and affection, without ani
mosity or enmity because of the ter
rible death grapple in which thetf
men folks are locked.
We see a noble Italian woman mak
ing an inspired and impassioned plea
for the warring nations, and for the
continued neutrality of her own
It is indeed a sublime spectacle, one
that should cause the blush of shame
to mantle the brow of every male of
every country engaged in or contem
plating war. It is a burning reproach
to the statesmen who trms these
noble women "meddling outsiders."
SITUATION WANTED. NURSE
Experienced, capable. Wash, clean
house, cook for any number, attend
kids, care for patient in spare time.
Don't eat", sleep, nor rest. Money no
object it's not needed in San Diego.
P. S. Also sew, darn and dig in gar
To the Hon. Prauklyn K. Lane, who
"promised, a job for every man, within
a brief space of time, the above is re
Perhaps he can dig up a job for a
woman of such superlative qualifica
tion. This is a genuine, honest-to-good-ness,
word-for-word, want ad. which
appeared in a San Diego daily.
When you have laughed AT the
lady grieve WITH her a bit, for, be
neath the brave lines, a tale of woe is
The original package is a great
problem in the dry town. We saw a
fellow out in Topeka who had the
original package he acquired in 1886.
No matter what damages Mr.
Barnes, jr., may get, Mr. Roosevelt
can charge it against the advertising
account and be $75,000 ahead.
Now we commence to believe King
George has quit drinking. His wife
has sealed up the wine cellar.
Hail as large as baseballs fell at
St. Louis. If the hail looked like
baseballs down there no one would
go to see it.
Never judge the value of the con
tents of a girl's head by the number
of locks on it .
A fellow with a hot $1,000 has mora
fun than the one with a cool mfUion
'Kl-W THERMS SEHQSALLY
SQ0ETHIN& WfjONS WTH THE.
UY WHO HASN'T A KINDLY
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