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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 18, 1912, Image 20

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provided the cheiriist is allowed
an organic cell to start with Prof.
JW. H. Lewis and His wife of John
Hopkins are reported to have
caused cellular substances to
grow indefinitely outside of the
organisms to whidh they origin
ally belonged.
v Dr. Lewis now suggests that
this may enable men to "grow
meat" on a commercial scale. A
commentator says: "What Dr.
Lewis and his wife claim to have
actually accomplished is this:
.They have taken pieces of chick
en, placed them in" a saline solu
tion and grown thicken meat.
They have discovered that it is
possible to cut off! some of this
chicken meat without hindering
further growth, ahd the process
can be repeated indefinitely. They
also claini that the process can
be applied to any sbrt of flesh."
There we have it, an inex
haustable supply Of meat coupled
with a blessed future freedom
from the greed of the meat trust.
Get your little piece of beef and
put it in p'ickle, then when it has
got its full growth, just slice off
what you want for a good feed
and let a riew meal grow.
When you get tired of beef, go
to your rieighbor and exchange
your beef pot for his pork, chick
en or quajf pot until the neighbor
hoqd meat list is exhausted Then
begin over again.
Let a grateful people give
three cheers and a tiger to Prof.
Lewis and wife for their timely
rescue and its easy solving of the
maddening meat problem.
JButjbeaause the 'Lewis plan
frees the peoplefrom the clutches
of the meat packers that's no rea
son why theintrial should-be call
ed off Principle the thing the
packers themselves are so strong
on forbids. l
The people can now watch the
game with a grin and r,oot for the
government and hope that if guilt
is proven and the penitentiary
doors yawn to admit the packers,
their punishment will be added
to bythe thought that the Lewis
flesh-pot has made the people
free. ,
i i
"Where," asked the female suf
frage orator, "would man be to
day were it not for woman?"
She paused a moment and
looked around the hall.
"I repeat," she said, "where
would man be today were it not
for woman ?"
"He'd be in the garden of Eden
eating strawberries," answered a
voice from the gallery.
o o
Pin money neverfseems as good
to some women as! alimony
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