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S rmt:p T$ j
of the 'people's food'pur food
and your neighbor's 'food he
hrvas hindered and obstructed at
every turn by his own chief,
"Tama" Jim Wilson, secretary of
agriculture, the slick and oily
' .McCabe, member of the pure food
r board1, ancheven at times, by our
r judicially tempermented Presi-
For years he has fought the
people's battles from his official
position, and he'd be fighting
them from there yet if "Tama"
Jim Wilson and Solicitor Mc
Cabe, between them, hadn't slip
ped one over on him by means of
a joker in a congressional bill,
wliich stripped him of his power
and made his every effort fruit
less. Dr. Wiley believes thatf he can
,Q db tnpre for the people as a pri
tvate citizen, and as a first step iri
" 'that direction he has written a
'second series of articles dealing1
N ""-with the food that YOU buy and
toe food that YO0 eat.
3 InHhis series he will tell the
7r right thing to do with food.
There is a wrong way to handle
" the very test, the freshest and the
purest foods and it is against that
" way that Dr. Wihjy is striking.
f The first article, to appear in
n holiday's' Day 'Book, will tell
v" what dieting is, and what good, is
accomplished by it, for sick" and
Well. ' Overeat'ng. Fletcherism,
51 dfgestion and 'kindred subjects
- 'will be handled in a clear and,un
! derstandable style.
1 Dr. Wiley Says that the food
problem isn't'merely the getting
of food on the table. He will
race the' history of a bite tf food
from our teeth clear through
your body. x )
Much of ill health shows con
clusively that food is a problem
until.it becomes a portion of the
body oris cast out as waste.
Therefore it behooves one who
would eat food to eat the right 0j
kind oi looQj in tnc ngnt piace,
in right amounts and at' the right
tir. Wiley vill try to make
clear the question arising in the
These articles" will be published -exclusively
in Chicago by The r
Day Book.. ' , V
Watch for Wiley's first word
on food since his resignation, in
Monday's Day Book. (
Dr. Wiley's articles are a part
of The-Day Bqok's prqgram of -
real he'lp fo Its readers.
Two Irishmen went out fishing "'
notrlong ago, ancfone took a bot-'S
tie of whiskey-with him as a sort
of "fieartwairmer." '
When- thev decided to "hit the!
t--" it.... r.. j .t. i C- -
uuLiie juicy iuuiiu iiic tuiis. was 5
very tight,and impossible to get
out without a corkscrew.
"Can't you get it out, Mike?"
said Pat, after a few minutes of
"Not'yet," said Mike, "butTll '
get it out it 1 have to snove it in.
"DISEASE 'may B CON
fTROLLED by dieting," says
Dr. Wiley in article in The
Day Book Monday.