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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 26, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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those awful moments of horror and
remorse! He hastened to the office
of the police station clerk. He fled
the place as though pursued by a
Just one person knew of that ter
rible night in his lifS.---Judith, to
whose presence he fled as to a sanc
tuary. As to the city with shuddering
dread he - resolved never to revisit
its menace. . No, the home village,
with friends, a modest, humble avo
cation among those he loved, that
was his pledge, his vow.
And it was out upon the lake in a
boat, alone with Judith, that Reade
Adams told her all. Then, her pity-;
ing eyes upon him, he spread out
his hands in ecstacy across the
gleaning moonlit waves.
"Oh, never that other again!" he
almost sobbed, "only this the dear,
real Happy Water, and friends, and
peace, and your love!"
o o
Too many people dig their graves
with their teeth!
Evidence has accumulated rapidly
in recent years to show that the
proper care of the teeth is a much
more important factor in general hy
giene than had been suspected here
tofore. Everybody of course knows that
the decay of one's teeth, if not
promptly checked, leads to untold
suffering and nervous strain, and
places an undue work on the .diges
tive organs as a result of improper
chewing of one's food.
It is now clear that in addition to
these obvious dangers we must
reckon with the fact that decayed
teeth and infected gums furnish the
"easiest way" into our systems for
disease germs.
Numbers of unexplained cases of
disease are now known to be caused
by mouth and tooth infections, v
Sometimes these infections are the
real cause of our old arch, enemy
"rheumatism." At times they cause
serious heart, arterial and kidney
Sometimes, and not infreqnently,
they cause death!
Woodrow Wilson will not be re
nominated unanimously at St Louis
not if "Bobbie" E. Burke- of Chi
cago has his vote!
Mister Burke doesn't approve of
President Wilson's manner of deal
ing with the Teutonic powers, and
he doesn't give a darn who knows
it v
"I will not vote for renomination
of Wilson," asserted Burke loudly.
"Roger Sullivan and his forces can
impose all the unit rules they please
I will not be bound by them!
"My credentials come from the
people not from any caucus or con
vention! When I get to St Louis I
will register my protest against
Woodrow Wilson, and they will have
to count it, too!"
"Bobbie," elected a delegate-at-large,
says he probably will vote for
. Champ Clark .

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