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in THE RING
l -AND OUT By JACK JOHNSON Former World’s Heavyweight Boxing Champion Introductory Articles by Ed. Smith, “Tad,” Damon Runyon and Mrs. Jack Johnson . The Most Amazing Story | in Book Form Ever Written ' and Every Word of It True! 275 Thrilling Pages—16 Full-Page Illustrations PRICE $2.00 EVERYWHERE I , On Sale At OFFICE a, $1.50 Coupon wr^T COME FIRST SERVED >-... -y*vV « ' '•** W \ **. ;vc i3^ c V /\>g*pu*' s 9Vc».flfct ---.... — .. . ■» yinij,i i Th* Political Outlook - * ** * ?JACK'JO m \ IN THE ring: AND OUT _ ! The Mott . Amazing Story Ever Written and Every Word Of l It True. i The has secured , benefit of Its many readers i number of copies of "Jack ( in the Rtn| and Our re now on sale at the Nevf- < Democrat office. The price of thh bock everywhere is $230. ; If cur readers will clip the eeo> , , pan on page 6, worth 50 cents, and u present it at the office together with 1130,, they will become the owner el i the Former World's heavyweight Boeing Champion's story In the rtag , and ant The 14 full page illustrations show the Mow that humbled Jeffries, lira 1 Irene Johnson, Romances and Re grets. Msry Austin Johnson, The t Fighter of Today. Road Woi%, 1st citte Cameron Johnson. *eta4 aha . The 275 thrilling pages art firth j three times the price asked. In this very interesting and •*» catieoaJ book. Jack Johnson teds how his mother pleaded for flight . rather than prison, and dedicates the book "To the Memory of Mg Mother “ Be aloo says: "Them have been countless women hi my life They hove participated fct eg , triumphs, and suffered with me M my moments of disappointment. They have caused me )ey and 2*ay • have heaped misery upon me. They hove been faithful to the utmost and they have been faithless. Hug have, praised and loved me and ttMg have hated and Renounced me." Jack Johnson then tells of hit colored wives and later says: '‘The next woman who came into my was Battle Me Lay, a New York li<nh gtf. The heartaches which Mac Aomin (colored) and Clara Kar (colored) caused me, led me to fom swear colored women and to deter* mine that my let henceforth weald' he cost only wtih *fc*e women." Bgt ehp the coupon on page • af< tonight s U“ *r worth t$ cents, present at *Tj1-LJr,nm offtee tneether wtfth'CJL 4B# than Romances Ena at ErcaLiusi i able t | * i >|v OUener Than in Divorce Courts THE FIRST RIFT J 8T. LOUIS—More happy marriages have ended at the breakfast table than in the divorce court. The "other woman" does not begin to menace domestic bites as much as burned toast or underdone eggs, bit ter coffee, sour cream, or overcrisped bacon. "The proportion of divorced wives Is increasing," Cyrus P. Blanke. presi dent of the Blanke Health Coffee and Tea Corporation, declared in an ad dress here. "Court statistics show that helpmates who can not satisfy ,their husbands’ breakfast appetite are failures in holding their hus bands’ after-dinner interest. “There is no longer any excuse for breakfast table tragedies. Any child jean make good t^ast. rjrid.'’r',.or.? , overdone eggs are the results of cul inary carelessness. Coffee-making haa been reduced to a science. Any skill ed housewife knows how easy It Is to prepare a cup of coffee that Is not only delicious but healthful. All she need do Is keep the coffee grounds In contact with boiling water for at least twenty minutes. But even the most inexperienced June bride may be sure of serving a fragrant, amber clear beverage to her husband nowa days by UElng soluble health coffee from which the poisonous caffetannlo acid has been scientifically elimi nated. ••The maiden who starts out mar ried life with a cook book In me hand and a pot holder In the other stands the best chance for happl elm*. Jones, 19, of near : Ohio, a Jarxn girl with a.; aging smile, went down ‘ te eollege at Kent, 0.. to l tttrtftfa.w*! : <=> 9 Carrying the responsibility of the Champion Gene Ttmney was never more serious in his life than p the finishing hours of hif train* PC at Chteago for the first defense •f ras crown. flBWfaafTigD Here ia the former king of heavywtighta as he appeared ia final workouts at Chicago for his battle there to regain the titit. which he lost to Gene Tunney at • . PmfiuUtphia last year. Supremes! ■SBSIFm ■— Rene Lacoste, great French ten r'„ ace, has finally toppled our Big Bill Tilden from the throne he 1 ruled so many years. Lacoste won i the American title last year—and this month defeated , Tilden—the team taking the Davis cup to i France. Rode Plane*s Tail tack, N. J., in helping an air-mail : pilot straighten away a plane for a night flight caught his hand in a (Strut and was taken aloft on .he .tail of the plane where he rode for [fO «4iles. The pilot was unaware ,©1 the boy's plight. Prison Walls Behind ____d -■ <rmcr Govcrno* '! t( Indiana—-free on pan-<t i ■ ,erv inR 3 year* and 4 month, on con viction ot having used the mails to defraud.