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for Transit House, as he alighted:
irom car, 4lstand Halstedsts.
Asked if result & Democratic
convention would -"influence his
course, Roosevelt said; "No. I
will .accept the4 progressive nom
ination on a progresiy,eplatform,
and fight the battle-'tfirdugh to
( the end." .
Paris. Tune 24. Frank" JKlaus.
the Pittsburgh, middleweight, to-f
dayput out the world s champion
ship light of Georges Carpentier,
pride of France, in' the lSth round
Klaus was the aggressor from
the first bell and the Frenchman
was in difficulty throughout the
early rounds. At the" tenth round
it was only a question of how long
Carpentier could JastT He battled
gamely, but wgakeued undei the
terrific fusillade of punches show
ered on him by the America.
After a minute "of fighting in
the 18th round'Carpentier was in
such distress that the bout was
Carpen tier's def eatat the hands
of Klaus will end talk of match
ing him with Johnson for the Q
What will remove mildew from
fine white material without in
jury? Mother. Dissolve two
tablespoons chloride of lime in a
little hot water. Strain it through
a fine'cloth into a bucket half full
of scalding hot water.. Put mil
dewed article into fhistand let re
main notjnore than five minutes.
If not clear, rinse in clean water,
then repeat. Finally rinse well in
""What is a counter-irritant?"
asked Mrs. Smithers.
"A counter-irritant," replied
Smithers, "is a- Woman who
makes the shopman pull down
everything from the shelves for
two hours, and then buys a pen
nyworth of hairpins."
t - z o o
Some women use two-thirds of
life hesitating, and the other third
Fine Business Fair andwarm
er tonight and Tuesday for Chi
cago and vicinity; -moderate
winds, mostly southerly.