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BOSSES "TOMORROW" GAME SOUNDS FISHY
JULIUS ROSENWALO IS "IN AGAIN"
WITH MORE TAX STALLING NO SCHEDULE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 233 Chicago, Wednesday, June 30, 1915 398 jiT
SAYS BRIDES RESORT
TO "ANY MEASURES"
To Prevents Childbirth in Bridal Year Blames Silly
Teachings of Mothers Dr Ogle of Indianapolis ,
Is the Man Discusses Babies.
Dr. Albert A. Ogle of Indianapolis
today explained in detail to a Day
Book reporter what he meant when
he declared in a speech before the an
nual convention of the American In
stitute of Homeopathy that the
teaching of some mothers caused
brides to resort "to any measures"
to prevent childbirth during the
bridal year. Incidentally, Dr. Ogle
took a rap at some members of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion who he declared had too many
ancestors to brag about and nothing
to speak of in the way of .progeny.
"The day is past," said Dr. Ogle,
"for us to hide the truth about the
greatest of all God-given functions.
Only the freest of language will stop
the silly prudery of mothers whose
teaching that motherhood during the
bridal year is a disgrace and direct
cause of untold anguish and unprint
able perversions. "When I said brides,
and even some women who have long
been married, resort to any measures
to prevent childbirth, I meant just
that 'any measure.'
"My investigations have led to
talks with hundreds of physicians re-
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