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died for? Or has somebody else-,
swiped YOUR share?
THE DAY BOOK
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
500 SO. PEOniA ST. CHICAGO, ILL
T ;...., Editorial, Monroe 333
lelepnones Circulation. Monroe 3834
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chicago.
30 centa a Month. By Mall. United
States and Canada. 33 00 a Year.
Entered a second-class matter April
21. 1914. at the postotllce at Chicago,
lit, under the Act of March 3. 1879.
A LIVING WAGE Arbitrators
should not consider a wage that
means merely a bare existence. Men
are not horses. They need more than
enough to provide a place to sleep,
clothing to cover their nakedness
and food enough to kee pthem strong
enough to work. Men need to marry
and raise children. And the best way
to determine a fair wage is to con
sider what wage is necessary to make
the best citizens. Everybody in Chi
cago is interested in healthy, clear
eyer, clear-brained, alert, intelligent
motormen and conductors men who
have plenty to eat, plenty of sleep in
a good home, comfortable clothing,
music, pictures, magazines and news
papers and good books in the home,
and enough besides to make them
and their families happy.
If this county is ever plunged into
war the workingmen or their sons
will have to do the fighting. The fu
ture of this country depends upon the
kind of men and women we raise.
Germany has paid some attention to
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. Well,
the celebration is over. Independence
Day has come and gone. Our fore
fathers fought, bled and died that we
might be free and independent How
free and independent are YOU?
Have YOU got your share of what
those forefathers fought, bled and
DAMAGES. In the Danbury hat
ters' case employers were given dam-'i
ages because of a boycott by the hat-
ters' nuion. Wonder how the courts
would look at it if employes locked. '
out by the employers, who started a
sympathetic lockout which is intend-
ed to boycott innocent workers in
order to coerce striking carpenters,
were to sue for damages?
SHORT ONES A
We read with great glee of that
Missouri farmer who lured a New
York Rube down into the Ozarks and .
unloaded a gold brick on him. Now
if he can avoid speculating in Wall st,
we will believe the Missourian wise.
We do not blame Gen. Huerta so'
much; but what ought to be done-i
with New York speculators who4
pledged him financial aid in his at-r)
tempt to arrange for the murder of a
few thousand more wretched MexL-'
We observe that in christening
Lady Decies' baby they omitted boOt
Jay and Gould from the ten or I2r
names they handed it showing tha;
the Englishman's respect for his
wife's family extends to the bank ac-J
We read that one may hypnotize a
cobra by pressing its neck with therf
fingers. One may also hypnotize 2i
rattlesnake by biting its head off.
If Mexico keeps at it they will havoi
an eight-club league of revolutionary
Sign of Peace: American bankers
commence to worry over European
credits'. , ,
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This want ad appeared in a recent
issue of the "New Era" published by
the convicts of a federal prison:
WANTED Man with wooden leg
to mash potatoes. Apply John New