while he was shaving Detective
Sergt. Sleier, of the gambling
squad. Now sorry.
Body of Lyons McLean, 1,
found by his mother on Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul less than a
block from his home at 4358 S.
John Mango, 14, 766 - Bunker
st., badly burned when he climbed
electric light pole near his home,
and grasped live wire.
Mrs. Helen Patterson, 241 E.
47th st., sentenced to 3 months in
Bridewell by Judge Sabath for
John F. Finneran, 5513 S. Eliz
abeth st, found asphyxiated by
gas in his home. Wife away on
, Peter Gamon sentenced to 3
months in Bridewell by Judge
Caverly on testimony of 15-year-old
niece, Mary McNulty, 118 W,
Huron st., that he frequently beat
CURE FOR BUNIONS
When feet are uncomfortable
the whole body and mind suffer.
Bunions are one of common foot
troubles which cause much pain
and often prevent sufferer from
taking proper exercise.
Rest, and' hot foot baths, fol
lowed by applications of hot com
presses 6i witch hazel often give
If it is necessary to use foot,
the first thing to be done is to
wear a shoe which is broad
enough for five toes instead of
four, with a straight line on the
.The application of camphor or
carbolated salves on a piece of old
linen, protected by covering with "
rubber, chamois or buckskin
washers will often afford relief.
Add Lemon Juice.
When using beef or mutton
dripping instead of butter for pas
try, try beating it to a cream with!
a squeeze of lemon juice. This
will take away the taste some
people object to in dripping-made
pastry and makes it beautifully,
light and crisp.'
" On a flat saucer mix 90 parts ofi
water and 10 parts of formalde
hyde and 2 parts of sugar. Place
sponge in'middle of solution.vThis
mixture attracts flies, which die
almost immediately upon drink-,
ing. Renew mixture every few
You could read the womanlyj
woman's disappointment in heri
moist eye and quivering lip.
"What is it?" we gently asked
while our hearts went out to her.
"My husband's present to me1
"Is it riot what you expected."
"No ; only what I told him I ex
pected." . Of course We felt for her. Why,
we asked ourselves, did such!
dense men presume to marry?
A contractor recently adver-
tised for three hundred wooden
"sleepers." By return post he re
ceived a letter from z neighbor
ing clergyrnan, offering him the
whole of his congregation on rea
sonable terms. .
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