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STARVE THE MARRIED SLAVE
Washington, July 22. Starve your
husband and avoid divorce.
Rev. Dr. D. H. Kress, evangelist,
has figured it out, wives. If you
haven't the heart to starve friend
husband, at least don't feed him
"I welcome high meat prices," said
the Rev. Doctor. "It tends to lessen
meat consumption and that means
less divorce. A milder man and a
gentle woman will come with the
consumption of less glood-giving
food like meat."
Dr. Kress cited Mother Eve as an
example of what happens when men
are given food.
CUBS GET MOLLWITZ MAY BE
USED IN NEW DEAL
President Weeghman of the Cubs
today announced the purchase of
First Baseman Fred Mollwitz from
the Cincinnati Reds. There is no
place for Mollwitz on the local team
as it now lines up and he may be
used as trading material.
Because Pittsburgh refused to
waive on Alex McCarthy, the Cubs
were unable to send that player to
Kansas City as part of the purchase
of Bill Wortman and Mollwitz may
The deal means that Hal Chase
will be used regularly at first for the
Wm. J. Burns, 35, 2746 Lexington
St., switchman for the Milwaukee
road, was killed when an engine
upon which he was working over
turned at Galewood.
Burns was a prominent member
and past officer of the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen. He is sur
vived by a wife and three children.
Newspaper employes will picnic at
Kolze's Electric park, 64th and Irving
Park blvd., Sunday, July 23. Lots of
music and good time. rff
Sun. Garfield Park refectory con
cert, Sun., 3:30 p. m.; program ar
ranged by Emma Clark Mottl.
"What- Is Greatest Problem of To
day," lecture, E. M. Stewart, 210 Ma
sonic Temple, Sun., 11 a. m.
Woman's City club monthly meet
ing Mon., 2 p. m., Auditorium hotel.
Wm. L. Chenery speaks: "Women's
Cosmic Grouch." '
United Irish Societies of Chicago
will hold picnic at Gardaer's Park,
123d and Michigan av., Tues. Aug.
Rev. Frank A. S. Mercer, who
claims to be the reincarnation of
Christ, will make public address in
clubroom of West Park No. 1, Chica
go av. and Temple, Tues., 7:30 p. m.
BITS OF NEWS
Mob, North Aurora, threatened to
lynch Ernest Griffith, 31, found on
Fox river island with 5-year-old
Edna Kresser, daughter of Jos. Kres
ser of Aurora.
Julius Loeb, nephew of Jacob Loeb,
school trustee, telegraphs that there
is no sickness at Col. Milt oFreman's
First cavalry camp, Brownsville,
Tex., controverting Trib story.
Jean Crones is being hunted by the
police again, this time at Waukesha,
Wis. NEW YORK STOCKS. Market $
dull. Close steady.
Generally fair tonight and Sun
day; slightly cooler Sunday afternoon
or night; gentle, variable winds. Tem
perature Friday: High, 83; low, 74
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