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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 01, 1912, Image 6

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family is regarded as a. necessary
evil one that can hardly be tol
erated with the aid of one or two
servants. Their activities are
bent in another direction.
They think too much of bridge
parties, club life, hotel entertain
ments and other social functions,
to devote much time to their families.
"Unless a married woman takes
an interest in her home, she
should not expect a servant girl
to do so. The girl becomes im
bued with the same spirit of indif
ference, becomes careless and
neglegent, and soon wearies of
her lot, and looks for another
place."
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GOVERNMENT'S FOOD EXPERT WILL TELL DAY
BOOK READERS WHAT'S WHAT IN FOOD
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, U. S. government food expert, thinks it
6trange that people know so little about the food they eat
In the articles Dr. Wiley has written for The Day , Book
readers, he tells just why the human body needs food, and what
happens to food after you eat it.
He tells how food supplies both heat and energy for the body,
and why a working man can freely eat some foods that are not good
for others; why the soldier and prize fighter need a different diet
from the minister and the teacher.
He tells what foods supply heat and what foods supply energy,'
what foods nourish the bones and teeth, the muscles, nerves and
hair.
He tells the food value of potatoes, wheat, rye, oats, corn, rice,
sugar, butter, eggs, lard, nuts, fish, meat, milk, vegetables, fruits,
and other foods.
Dr. Wiley also will tell what foods are best for baby and the
sick room.
Dr. Wiley's articles are not high-brow stuff that nobody but a
doctor can understand. They are written so that regular men,
women and children can understand them; and so that they will be
helpful to the people in buying food so as to get the' most nourish
ment out of it and keep in the best of health, and save doctor's bills.
The first of Dr. Wiley's articles will appear in The Day Book
of Monday, March 4, and each day after that for several weeks.'
Nobody in Chicago except readers of The Day Book will be able
to get these food articles, for Dr. Wiley has written them exclusively
for The Day Book in Chicago.
Tell your carrier to be sure to deliver every issue of The Day
Book to you until these Wiley articles are concluded. The Day
Book is not sold on the streets or news stands, but'is delivered only
to regular subscribers. " '
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