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AN' OEN DAME NATURE
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WHY DEY CALL OE
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FOUR LIFE JOYS HIT
Talk of taking the joy out of life!
Pie, licorice sticks, Charlie Chap
lin and the lard pail were today clas
sified among the evil sof childhood
by the annual convention of the Illi
nois Mothers' convention.
Mrs. Geo. McMath, Portland, Ore.,
voiced the fight against the tight-fitting
dinner pall and licorice sticks.
"Mothers must stop letting their
children eat licorice sticks," said
Mrs. McMath. "In Oregon we have
found the candymakers ready to co
operate in furnishing better candy.
"The lard pail used by the child to
carry dinner to school should be
abolished. It is airtight and the food
is unfit to eat. Every, school should
.furnish a substantial lunch."
A VOTE KILLER
. He may take all the graft that gets
in his way, he may throw over pre
paredness for pork, he may vote at
the behest of foreign agents, he may
pass laws to make the poor poorer
and the rich richer and still get by,
but woe betide the congressman
whose free garden seeds don't
New York. American Red Cross
has started campaign to add million
new members to its organization