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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 15, 1913, Image 15',
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of drunken fathers is epileptic
One out of every four children of
drunken fathers is feeble minded.
One out of every five children of
drunken fathers is insane. That
is science, not sickly sentiment.
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mother of any more children to
a drunken man. She rebels and
would cast him off. Within her
struggle all the most sacred emo
tions of the race, trying to pre
serve itself clean and wholesome.
Nothing but the mad fear of
seeing her normal children taken
from her makes her tolerate this
man, this menace to the race.
Shall the judge send her back
to live with him? What would
you do in such a case?
Do you know that all over free
America there is going up a cry
for more insane asylums ? Do you
know that doctors are calling for
more homes for feeble minded
children ? Do you know there are
not nearly enough places to re
ceive the epileptics?
Shall we build more insane asy
lums, or stop breeding lunatics?
Shall we build more retreats for
idiots, or stop breeding idiots?
The mothers of the poor do not
want any more insane, idiotic and
sub-normal children. The moth
ers of the poor want only healthy
babies and enough necessaries to
rear those, babies in continued
What would you do in such a
Society owes it to itself to stop
this plain breeding of degenerate
Should the state provide com
pensation for detsitute mothers?
Answer the question yourself.
REAL FISH CHOWDER
Three pounds of fish, cut in
Four cups of sliced potatoes.
One-fourth of a pound of salt
pork, cut in thin slices.
One small onion, sliced thin.
One-half-a pound of fresh Bos
. Fry the pork in a deep kettle
until hrown but not burned, lay
over a layer of fish, then a layer
of potatoes and onions, well
drenched with salt and pepper,
repeat alternate layers until all is
used. Pour on hot water not
quite to cover and boil till pota
toes are tender.
In another saucepan heat four
cups of milk, and when potatoes
are tender add it to the chowder
with one heaping tablespoon of
butter, the crackers having first
been split and soaked for one min
ute in warm milk and water.
Boil at once and the dish is
done. The broth should be of a
consistency of thin cream soup.
Cod, haddock, striped bass,
white fish or pickerel are good to
make this chowder, which will
make an entire dinner of itself
with the addition of a simple des
sert. Time to cook, one-half hour.
Tramp (entering taxidermist's)
Do you stuff all kinds of things
here ? Taxidermist Why, yes.
Tramp Well, I wish you'd stuff
me with a good dinner