Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1949 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
It is the things a man and woman
have in common that make their lives
congenial. Two people are most
happy when their tastes are alike.
So it is the individuals and not the
years tha determine "whether two
people will be happy together.
Elizabeth Hall Cornell, 3900 N. Oak
ALIENS AS PATRIOTS. Who
wants a law that would force our
sons to go and fight? "Who would
they be fighting for? Should the
U. S. A. go to war with Japan tomor
row, who would the Japs along the
west coast fight for? Not only would
the Japs fight against the United
States, but many other races would
go to war with this country.
It has come to the point where an
American business man can hardly
exist without foreigners. All indus
tries hire foreigners in preference to
I have often heard wealthy people
say: "No American would do the
work these foreigners are doing."
Give the American the offer and see.
Place an ad in the paper for 100
American laborers at 25 cents an
hour and you will get them within
eight hours right in Chicago.
This will be our country and we
will fight for it when the door is
closed against foreign immigration.
C. F. J.
TOO MUCH EGO. The Sirfessor
is said to have many apt students.
His teaching that the will to live is
only sufficient for cheap organisms,
but dear organisms develop a will to
power and are not overly scrupulous
as to how they attain it, doesn't work
out in practice.
Acting on his teaching a goodly
number are said to have run the
blockade at the door of the Sirfes
sor's meetings and listened to1 the
dulcet strains of the Sirfessor's voice
and the seven wonders of the ego
without contributing coin toward the
expenses of the meeting, which
shows that the Sirfessor's ego lacks
something to make him a superite.
Too much ego is apt to give one
the big head. As an individual brick
is one of the units in a brick build
ing, so an individual ego is a unit in
the collectivity. The strength of the
building depends upon all of the
bricks. A super brick along with
poor brick makes a poor building.
Only where all the bricks are super
will we have a super building. So a
superman, along with a lot of brains,
make a bad society and render the
ego of little account when developed.
The will to power wants to be tem
pered with justice and mercy. The
ego may be a good thing, fully devel
oped, but we can get too much of a
good thing, as the Sirfessor can now
testify. D. F. Sweetland, 2259 S.
WEALTHY POWDER MAN HEARS
GEM. COLEMAN DUPONT.
Gen. Dupont does not seem to bo
much interested himself, but friends
are grooming him as the "Business
Man's Candidate" for president on
the Republican ticket. Gen. Dupont
is a member of the famous "Dupont
powder" family. j