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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
TELL Y. M. C. A. BOYS ALL ABOUT
HOW TO GET A WIFE
How to love, how to court, how to
marry and when some things every
young man ought to know, even
though he will forget it when lie
gazes into the eyes of his "honestly,
you are the only girl I ever really
loved," was the portion doled out by
Dr. Charles Kurtze yesterday in his
lecture at the Wilson Av. Y. M. C. A.
Pickings from his advice follow:
Don't depend upon accidentally
meeting your prospective wife, but
Mix in the kind of company you
want your wife to be in.
Study the girls you meet and pick
the girl of your own nationality, re
ligion, educational standards and
about two years younger than your
self. Then cultivate her friendship
and propose to her.
Let your intellect direct your love
instead of your sex-impulse.
Don't let lack of money deter you
from proposing marriage both your
wife and you can work until you are
able to support the home alone.
Get married if. possible before you
are 25 years old.
Don't live in a boarding house after
marriage, but establish your own
Be careful in the choosing of your
wife and you won't land in the di
vorce court .
Believe in and practice the single
standard of morality.
HELD UP LOOP OFFICE
Two men entered Merriman & Co.
. loan office, room 1310, Fort Dear-1
born bldg., 130 W. Monroe, this morn
ing and robbed Josephine Grasley,
6162 S. Michigan, cashier. Goe $150.
Gagged and bound girl
Sol Westerfeld, ex-pres. Nat'l Gro
cers' ass'n, asked special session cf
congress to consider food Question.
' Municipal Market ass'n visits the
Mary Dawes hotel and adjourns to
Garfield park to hear J. Rex Allen
speak on "Why Sugar Prices Have
City Club of Chicago luncheon to
day. Sen. P. G. Baldwin, Ralph C.
Otis, member board of education,
and Rob't M. Buck speak on "She
Three Educational Bills Pending in
Legislature." Mr. C. E. Chadzey
speaks at lunchpon Tuesday on
"Comparative Merits of the Three
CARS HIT MANY HURT
Several people were injured seri
ously when two trolley cars collided
at 63d and Cottage Grave. One was
knocked several feet off the track.
The injured: Katherine Evans,
7219 Evans av.; Bessie Primah, 1150
E. 65th; Helge Undlemau, 11336 Cal
umet av.; Isadore Stone. 7404 Cot
tage Grove av. ; Mrs. R. A. Beals,
7747 Marquette av.; R. H. Frank,
8511 Maryland av.; Mrs. W. H. May
field, 56 E. 17th.; John Johnson,
11115 Edgebpoke av.; H. H. Simons,
5835 S. La Salle; Mrs. Emma Rey
nolds, 6549 Drexel av.
BURGLARS PULL A FIZZLE
Burglars blew the door off the safe
in the offices of the Wright & Street
Co., jewelers at 220 W. 62d St., early
today and then became frightened,
fleeing without touching the contents
of the safe $2,000 worth of jewelry
and $500 in cash.
Generally fair today and tomof- -row.
Rising temperature, winds shift
ing to southerly and increasing tonight.