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THE DAY BOOK
N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
COO SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, lx
rr i w Editorial, Monroe SE3
telephones CIrcaUtiom, Monro 3S3
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier In Chicago.
30 cents a Month. Br Mall. United
States and Canada, JS.00 a Year.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914. at the poatofrice at -Chicago,
111., under the Act of March 3, 1S7.
WHEN SHEPHERDS FIGHT-
Because of an invitation to Rev. Billy
Sunday, Rev. Chas. Aked, formerly
Rockefeller's New York pastor, re
signs from Frisco's Committee of One
Hundred, saying that there's no such
heaven or hell as Billy preaches.
It's the same old, old trouble. Just
as us miserable, sinful sheep hegin to
think that we're being led in the right
path to salvation along comes a fight
among the shepherds and we get all
mixed up as to which are the ways to
heaven and which those to helL
Can't they agree on a happy medium
between Rev. Aked's respectable sort
of a hell and Rev. Sunday's disrepu
table pit of roaring brimstone?
BETTER THAN SOME THINGS.
So much publicity has been given
the glove contests recently .pulled off
in fashionable Tulare university that
a ban has been placed upon them by
After one of the high society lights
of Mississippi was "put out" by an
equally socially-prominent young
miss from Louisiana in a three-round
match recently, the four hundred of
the Mardi-gras city began to frown.
When the newspapers heralded the
little affair far and wide the frown
became a violent outburst of denun
ciation. Hence the ruling of the fa
culty. v But the young ladies refuse to-ac-
cept the mandate as final and holdi
their bouts in private, and, serioasly '
speaking, we are with them. We are
pulling strong for any set of girls '
who prefer clean wholesome sport to
ragtime dancing; who, among them-,
selves, seek exercise and recreation
in punching, each other's noses rath
er than entertainment in the filling of !
each other's ears with nauseus love
vaporings. They will grow, up to
make good wives, physically fit to
bear children and spank them when
needed. We are sorry society is
shocked; we would like to see the
scraps pulled off publicly, so we
might keep run of them. Anyway
we trust they will keep on boying, in,
between studies, until they graduate.
Incidentally, at last accounts Miss
"Johnny" McDonald, social favorite j
of Mississippi, was challenging all'
Binks I was insulted at the bain-'
quet last night.
Jinks How so? ,f
Binks At 8 o'clock the toastmas-'
ter whispered to me: "Shall we let4
the people enjoy themselves a little
or shall we have your, BTkeechnow?"