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grocery stores in Brooklyn, de
fied Black Hand of N. Y. He will
be buried tomorrow.
In her last exhibition flight, at
Wichita Falls, Tex., Mi?s Ma
thilde Moisant, most famous of
American women aviators, al
most was killed.
John Huddleston, negro serv
ing life term in Newman jail, Ga.,
for murder, has been granted
month's vacation by Warden
Nash, to begin May 1. Warden
says HuddlestOn deserve vacation.
I'M WALKING $1,000 MILES ON RAW FOOD
Editor's Note. Mrs. David
T3each is doing a remarkable
' thing walking a thousand miles
I from New York to Chicago, eat-
v ing nothing but raw foods and
no meats. She started April 10
and hopes to finish before June 1.
She isArudging along to prove
her vegetarian theory. Maybe
Peachy Complexion and Rad-
Mrs. Beach is good looking,
though not beautiful. She has .
a firmintelligent face, a pleas-
ant smile and radiant health,
shown in a cream-and-crush-
- ed-peach complexion. She
weighs 1494 pounds, is 5 feet
4t inches, tall and appears to
be about 30 years of age.
She walks evenly, with
x springy, elastic tread, with
feet flatly upon the ground.
- She wears a .black silk
blouse, white sweater, black
mohair skirt, black vsilk stock
""' ings, black shoes, a handker-
chief tied around her throat
and a soft felt hat. Her only
jewel is an opal "ring. "There's
luck-in opals," she saysr
she wont, "but it's a big stunt she
has undertaken, anyhow. She isv
followed all the way by an auto
mobile and so far has been suc
cessful. Mrs. Beach is a New
York woman, a musician and an
enthusiast. Here is her own story
of how and why.
By Mrs. David Beach.
Don't say "Oh," fudge! There
radical diets don't interest me!"
not at least until you have
heard me through, and then I am
sure you will not.
Don't discontinue eating meat.
Do'n't eat all vegetables.
Don't eat all raw foods.
Don't walk 1,000 miles.
That is, don't do any or all of
those things AT .ONCE. I will,
feel that I have done a great ser
vice if I persuade a majority of
my readers to give up meat. I
don't expect to convert many,
right away to the diet of raw
food exclusively that I am fol
lowing on my 1,000-mile tramp.
I want to help you cut down
your butcher's bill. If you wont
give up meat entirely, just- give '
it upj say for one day, Lweek.)