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!?r-Tl I don't know what tatyou are talking right, you're -wrong, - THE DAY BOOK and you'll find it out after you have 9s0- AC D, COCHRAN EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. BOO SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, ItU , i Editorial, Monroe 353 telephones Circulation, Monro 8828 SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier In Chicago. 30 cents a Month. By Mail. United State and Canada, 33.00 a Tear. Entered as second-class matter April 21 1914, at the postoffice at Chicago. Ill, under the Act of March 1, 1879. A RIGHT WE DON'T USE.--A. St Louis judge has just handed down a decision which will go a long way toward putting him on the political scrap pile when the women of Mis souri get the vote. fie said that a man has the right (legal) to find fault with his wife's clothes, if her clothes don't meet with his ide, of what she should wear. . Possibly he has, we won't argue man's rights, but we advise those St. Louis now. and not a few misguided married men are throwing up theiH hats and yelling "hurrah" every time they think about it. Yes, it may be a part of a married man's rights, but we'd avise those St. Louis men to stop and pause some considerable while before they start exercising this particular right We well know what wouldr happen to us if we told our better half what we thought of the latest styles in hats, boots and dresses she is laying in store for the late spring and sum mer season. Oh, yes, we've seen them all, and heard several volumns about their very up-to-dateness but we are a wise husband; we take our "rights" carefully by the neck and sink it in the well, first seeing that the stone attached is of good and sufficient heftiness. Then we'd go on reading our even ing newByapci. i Ah, no, Mr. St Louis judge, youl trotted awhile in double-harness. 3 WHAT A SNAP! Ten jitney bus drivers were fined $10 each in Los- Angeles for speeding past schools at exceeding 12 miles per hour. If we I can have the job of nailing all the pri- vate autos and street cars which commit that offense on a commis sion basis, here's our application. But maybe only jitneys count SHORT ONES New York and Los Angeles being Connected by telephone we hope they don't start an argument-over the wire as to which is the better -town in which to live or the cost Of war will seem inconsequential by comparison with the hill. Milliners in convention have de cided that it is psychology that pauses women to pay $25 for $3 'worth of hat Someone ought to get out an injunction 'restraining them fro mteaching psychology in our col leges. While beyond doubt the system of paying Pullman porters is wrong yet it is amazingly true that Pullman porters are the most polite, attentive, courteous and obliging class of men working, on railways. An Illinois woman was granted a divorce because her husband let the furnace fire go out Now will you married men get up when she kicks you and says the house is cold? It now develops that Irish opposi tion killed the English dry movement You may observe' that England al ways bows to Ireland's will when it suits them to do it After reading all the testimony at Syracuse Boss Murphy may sue CoL Roosevelt for two or three $50,0001 for calling him the partner of Barnes:. Roosevelt paid $1.75 to get a" cu- cumber. Must be cooling off. -ta ..-Ji.i . .. ...