Michigan hotel, 2130 S. State
St., raided in search of Catherine
O'Brien. Joseph McCabe, night
clerk, and his "two sisters, arrest
ed. Jury tampering ended trial of
$25,000 damage suit against City
Railways Co. by Wm. H. Clark,
500 S. State st. Clark, Ed J.
Kane, Juror John H. Meyers,
city employe, and B. A. Green
cited for contempt.
So far there is nothing to show
what the tampering was. It may
have been that Clark made a fool
of himself, or that the City Rail
ways Co. framed up the business,
Democrats in 21st ward under
leadership of John F. O'Malley,
have formed Jefferson club, with
headquarters in old Marquette
club rooms, Dearborn ave. and
John Sunderland, Democratic
National Committeeman from
Nevada, has been missing for.
year, according to Urey Woodson.
"School Girl" asks: "Is there
any way in which one can keep
the hairpin curl when it's not nat
urally curly?" Some girls do
this: At right comb hair free
from all snarls, then mix white of
egg with equal amount of water
and few drops of toilet water,
beating thoroughly. Separate
hair into small strands, dip comb
into jnixture, moisten hair well
with it, twist each strand around
like a rope, then, beginning near
scalp, wind hair over kid curler.
in morning nair is cunea ana
process -need not be repeated
more than once a week.
How can I get rid of' cock
roaches ?M. P. S. Turpentine
added to the water used to wash
aroundlhe sinkand a little poured
down the pipes will drive them
away. Sprinkle borax freelv about
the infected parts.
liness is the only safeguard. No
food should be left uncovered in
the kitchen over night and noth
ing left about their haunts which'
will attract them.
"I am 58 and my hair is turning
white in streaks. What can I do i
to make it entirely white?"
Grandmother. It is refreshing
to get a letter from one whose
hair is turniner white and who
does not want to dye it. Also un
usual. Time is the only remedy,
but a little bluing in the water in
which you rinse your hair will
add very much to its appearance.
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Vise the bluing.
"C. W." asks: "Is it proper for '
a girl to furnish her household
linen when she is to be married?
Yes, it is customary. Often the
girl's friends give showers in her
behalf, and thus much of the linen
is given to her. x
J! Young Man" writes: "When .
a man calls upon a woman should ""
she precede him in going upstairs
or down? The .man .precedes
going up and the woman going
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