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Grace had persuaded her husband
to insure his life in her .favor as a
Cross:examination of Mrs. Hill
brought out the fact that she had
urged Grace to 'take such a step
six months before his wife spoke
An accident to the court ele
vator postponed the beginning1 of
the trial an hour this morning.
Grace, lying on his cot, was car
ried into the cage to be taken to
the courtroom on the fourth floor.
It became stuck when half way
between the third'and fourth.
Mrs. Grace had regained her
composure today and her eyes
met her husband's without-wavering.
No sign of recognition passed
. between the two.
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YOUR EYES DECEIVE YOU.
An effect of irradiation : Circles
which, seen at a distance, look
like, the hexagons of a beehive.
An accidental prick of the fin
ger sometimes spoils the appear
ance of a piece of handwork
jvhich-ihe maker does not wish to
wash. The stain may4 be easily
removed "by laying a thick ctfating
of common starch over it. The
starch should bejnixed as for the
laundry and laid on quite wet.
When it is necessary to remove
the ink spots in a hurry try using
a few drops of chlorinated soda,
poured upon the stain. The stain
should vanish almost entirely in
a few minutes, rinse well in luke
warm water; then twice in cold
water. Dry in the sun.
Soak the spots with a sponge
which has been dipped in alcohol,
wetting the sponge as it dries.
Cover with a thick cloth to pre
vent too rapid evaporation. When
the varnish is softened scrape off
as much as will come away. Scrub
off the rest with household am
W. W. asks: Will middy waists
be worn long. Middy waists are
usually in good style for young
girls when playing tennis or
other outdoor games. They are
especially a summer apparel.
Mrs. B. T. B. writes: Can you
give me a cure for cracking skin
between the toes? It causes my
feet to be sore and painful. I no
tice it most in warm weather.
This is probably due to perspira
tion. Shake any good powder on
to the feet and between the toes
before putting the stockings on in
the morning. Change stockings
daily. Wash the feet frequently
in lukewarm water in which a
tablesjioon ofLsalt has beenmbfid.