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living. The standard set for women
is absolute chasBty before marriage
and absolute fidelity after marriage.
The average man will not marry a
woman who .has not been virtuous.
The standard set for men is entirely
different. According to his standard,
he may freely indulge in assorts of
sexual dissipation, may 6ven become
tainted with one of the unspeakable
venereal diseases, and yet he consid
ers himself -fit. to ask for the mand
of a pure woman in marriage.
A man that "has had his fling"
and "sown, his wild oats" is almost
' sure to" be diseased; and unfortunate
ly his innocent, pure wife and chil
dren, are compelled to share his pun
ishment. Mothers ought to teach
their daughters that dissipated men:
make dangerous husbands and very
unjust fathers. Every marriageable
young woman should know these
facts which so nearly touch her
health, her happiness and the future
of her children.
Only by education can we bring
about this much, desired change in
our standard of morals. Education
must come through the press, the
church, the school, the stage and the
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
John Petritia, 4102 S. Campbell ay.,
says living with wife is only occupa
tion when asked to explain why he
did" not pay judgment of $65.
Roy M. Cetchow, 4242 Beacon st.,
fined $25, and Sylvan S.. Kohn;4815
S. Michigan av., $15.' Speeding.
John. Kellenberg, 70, died at Passa
vant Hospital. Struck by auto Mon
day. Miss Grace Jackson, 3948 Langley
av.,,arid'Hattie Mathews, 1005 N. La
salle st, slightly injured when street
cars collided at W. Division and N.
Robert Brown, 5912 Sophia st,
struck, by Wentworth av. cat. Inter
Mrs; losaira Overssia,. 66, 1035 Ra
cine av-., struck by street .car. Taken
to Columbus Hospital. " '
Chas. Kraper, 4313 Wentworth av.,
teamster, severely injured. Wagon
collided .with car.
. Waukegan flooded, with spurious
nickels. - Secret service- operators
searching for counterfeiters;
Paul FwBeich, Bloomfngton, III.,
robbed of suitcase at Union station.
Contained $100,000 worth of papers.
John Barrett, 64 W Erie sV 'ar
rested. Alleged to have taken $1,000
worth, of jewels from Miss Dorothy
Herring, 6539 S. Wood- s$.
Clerk at Anton Madera's grocery
store, 2339 W. Lake st, held up. $29
taken from cash register.
Mrs. Anna Cummings, 3839 Grand
blvd., reported $1,000 worth of jewels
Robber entered Dexter lunchroom,
34 E. Adams st Held up counterman.
Cook fired shot and robber fled.
Thomas F. Leslie, 726 E. 37th st,
Ernest Bloomberg, 3154 Seminary
av., jumped into lake. Body recov-"
W. T. Smith, 1559 W. Chicago ,av.T
found 'unconscious. Gas. Revived.
Stanley Bryzinski, S. Chicago, ar
rested, alleged "blackhander." Police,
claim he tried' to extort $400 from!
John Krajewski, 8818 Commercial av.
Lake front improvements started.
Billboards coming down along 1. C.1
right of way. f
Receiver appointed for States'
Electric Co., 624rW. Adams st Lia-t
Suit brought against Chicago City'
Railway by Wm. Kuhnle. Wants $10,-
000 for injuries received by 9-year-old
Total receipts at Chicago postoffice'
last month, $2,531,655.40.
Bomb wrecked front of Samuel
Teranini & Co.'s private bank. Win-1