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washing through the day she al
ways cleanses ifwith cream. She
'is a woman of middle age a"hd her
complexion is as fine as a girl's.
She never puts water upon her
face when traveling; neither does
she use water after she has been
outdoors for a long while and her
face feels hot and parched. It is
always cleansed with cream. She
makes her own cosmetics, and if
my readers will send me a stamp
ed envelope asking for it I will
send the skin food which my
frierjd uses and which I user my
Just one last word Blackheads
show plainer than words that you
pamper your stomach and neg
lect your face.
Washington. President Diaz
wants U. S. to help him" fire his
minister of war., Afraid if he does
people will kick.
Washington. Rep. Stanley,
House steel investigating com
mittee, is sore because newspa
pers have printed advance infor
mation as to what committee re
port will contain. Denied that it
contains recommendation to dis
solve Steel Trust.
"Waiter, how much is dried
beef and gravy?"
"Fifteen cents, sir."
"And how much is dried beef
without the gravy?"
"Same price, sir."
"Bring me the gravy."
CHIEFHINTS AT GUN PLAV
New Bedford, Mass, July 20.
There is an impression Tiere to-,
day that Chief of Police Mason
is a pupil of the police force of
Lawrence. However, Mason must
have overlooked the ending of
that strike, and the discredit and
criticism that fell upon the Law
rence police force.
He has announced that he will
stop the contemplated parade of
the Industrial Workers of the
World, whose members are on
strike in the local textile mills,
if his men have to use their pis
tols to do it.
Leaders of the workers have
defied the chief, and assert the
parade will "be held tomorrow.
Mason has prohibited street
corner meetings. "The Industrial
Workers of the World are not go
ing to run New Bedford," de
clared the chief. "The members
of the organization will not want
to live here after we get through
Mason, a peace officer, flatly
declared that his men will shoot
if-necessary to break up the pa
Sis says: "Don't judge the size
of a girl's feet byherwhite shoes."
Better Borrow an Umbrella
Unsettled weather with probably
local showers tonight Qr Sunday
for Chicago and vicinity; slightly
higher temperature tonight; mod
erate southeasterly winds tonight,
becoming variable Sunday.