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DAD FELL DOWN ON HIS SON'S
John Wesley Snyder, Jr., 19, the
Bon of the president of a big con
tracting firm and prominent clubman,
.will face trial for alleged -wife-desertion
next Friday, because he foun.3
it impossible to support a bride on
$12 a Mteek. t
"Dad will keep us," John Wesley,
Jr., told Marie Rodier, a Washington
girl, with whom he eloped while at
tending the Columbia preparatory
school in the national capital. But
"dad" didn't Instead he put John
Wesley, Jr., at work as a bricklayer
at $12 per.
WOW! WHAT A WALLOP! -1
, Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 8. "Mod
ern women are my idea of nothing to
jjet excited about," said John IS. Sulli
van, former champion pugilist-of-the
world and trainer of famous athletes.
"I am dead against them. Too
much society, too much thinking
about what other men think of their
looks and not enough about what her
husband thinks of her character.
Half the time, they haven't any hus
bands at that," the ex-prize fighter
growled. "Bachelor girls well, I'd
better not say what I think.
"Get me on this, top, we are going
to have race suicide as sure as a
black man. loves corn-bread and pos
sum. Why? Because the ladies want
to have a stylish figure. It's getting
so," the big fellow continued, "that
if a man wants a family he has got do
guarantee his wife that he'll buy her
a plaster of naris cast, so she won't
lose her shape."
Mrs. Emily Montague Bishop will
present "Suffrage in the Seats of he
Mighty," a dramatic presentatlon-of
what really goes on in a Senate de
bate, Sunday at 3 p. m., at 64 West
Randolph st., under the auspicds of
the Women's Trade Union Leagues
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