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- CITY CARES FOR KIDDIES' TEETH FREE 1
- First picture of dental students at
Work on children in the clinic of the
college of dentistry in New York The
city is taking care of its children's
teeth free by this plan.
CHURCH FOLKS ARE AGAINST
"SUNDAY GOLF PLAYING
v The! controversy between the
righteous rich Of the Onwentsia club
of Lake Forest and the one-hundred-per-cent-silk-stocking
would rather bat around a little golf
ball than spend the Sabbath in medi
tation and -prayer is arousing con
siderable "comment in society.
It's all under cover, of 'course.
They don't get out and have a reg
ular two-fisted argument like two
husky bricklayers. They send notes.
A letter circulated by a preacher-
member of the aristocratic club de-- I describes
cry& the sunaay gou movement.
Business men, who work on week
days and figure g61f as an innocent
- paslime, are behind the move to
reak the Onwentsia. Sunday closing
WOMAN DESCRIBES DIVORCE
GAME PLAYED IN RENO
Reno, the plutocratic tiivorce'mill,
was described yesterday by Mrs.
Laura. ' Blakeslee, who sued her
hubby, Romain Blakeslee, for the
third time yesterday. She is not sat
isfied with the Reno divorce. She
wants a Chicago separate main
tenance. "Soon after you register at a hotel
an attorney is introduced to you by
the hotel clerk," she declared. "He
takes you before one of the judges
and you swear that you live in Reno
and always intend to. The lawyer,
calling the judge by his first name,
tne cnarges you bear
against your mate; then you swear
to them and the divorce is granted."
Some of the cigars smoked by the
natives -of the Philippine islands are
118 inches' long