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"SUNSHINE" PRESIDENT SAYS I and half-crazed lions yesterday when
BOOKS ARE ALL 0. K.
New York. "Just spite work" is
the answer Mrs. Cynthia Westover.
Alden, founder and general president-
of the International Sunshine Society
makes to charges'of mismanagement.
The"New York state board of chari
ties has criticised the business meth
ods of the Sunshine society.
8,000 BARBERS MAY STRIKE
8,000 'Chicago barbers may go out
on strike. This was the information
imparted to the Chicago Federation
of Labor. 350 West Side barbers are
The barbers want more wages and
The waitresses again made their
plea against the-urifairness of George
LION CUBS KILL TAMER
Emerson Dietrich, 24, rlion lamer,
was. njaujed $o death by five half-fed
he entered the animals' car; Mile.
Adgie Castillo, who owned the lions,
was saved from a similar fate by Cy
De Vry when she entered the car to
punish the animals. She was to have
By Jim Manee.
A boy may be studious,
Thrifty arjd wise;
Chuck full of book knowledge
Way up to his eyes.
These things are O. K., but
For real vig and vim
The outdoor life helps
Make a man out of him.
P. S. There is something in that
"close to nature" dope.
GAMES FOR TODAY
Boston at Chicago.
Wasfiington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Cleveland.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
St Louis at Boston.
Cincinnati at New York.
Buffalo at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at Kansas City.
Baltimore at St Louis.
Brooklyn at Indianapolis.
There is an advantage-in pasteur
izing milk rather than sterilizing or
boiling it, to make it pure. This ad
vantage consists in the lower degree
of heat applied, which is sufficient to
kill all noxious germs, while the nour
ishing qualities and good taste of the
milk are retained.
Unsettled weather, with local show
ers, Monday and probably Tuesday;
no important change in temperature:
moderate sbiftfue winds.