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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 17, 1912, Image 12

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tender skin; and blisters are form
ed on the heels.
To avoid the odor of perspira-1
tion; add a little ammonia and
borax to the foot bath,' and pow
der your stockings before putting
on. The feet should- be dried
thoroughly to prevent soft corns
between the toes. '
As people grow older, a nightly
rub with cold cream will prove
very refreshing. An alcohol rub
or a sea salt bath is always good
for- tired, perspiring feet.
Rub painful ankles with arnica,
and do hot buy long vamp shoes
if your feet are short and fat.
The widest part of the shoe
should come directly" across the
ball of the foot; the arch should
fit the instep. '
Shoes as well as stockings be
come heated from wear, and so
should not be put away until thor
oughly aired.
A pair of sandals without backs
and roomy enough so the feet
don't touch the ground at the
sides, are a great comfort after a
hot, busy day.
A clean pair of stockings should
be put on every day, even if your
stock is so small you have to
Wash them yourself, and dry them
.through the night
It "is not generally known, but
it is a fact that the sense of hear
ing greatly depends .on the con
dition of the feet.
Take care of your feet and make
Ithem glad to carry you through
the day without pain:
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In -France there is a tax on
doors arid, windows. .
POLICE IN- BAD AGAIN
New York, Sept 17. The'dis
trict attorney's office now is
making the direct charge 'that thd
police knew all the time where
they could lay their hands on Gyp
the Blood and Lefty Louie.
The two gangsters are charged
with the actual murder of Gam
bler Rosenthal. Ever since
Rosenthal's murder, there has
been a hue and cry for them
throughout the land. There was
a big reward on their heads.
Last Saturday, the police care
lessly "turned up'' both the ac
cused men, and they now are "in
the Tombs.
And they've-having a fine time
in tfie Tombs, too, and boasting
about how they put ifover on the
district attorney.
"Why," said Gyp the Blood to
day, "we ain't been in hiding at
all. We've been doin' Coney
Island and the beaches all -the
time, and last week we went to
the Madi Qras celebration on
three nights. We were among the
last to go home, too.
"Our mugs have been in all the
papers, and they werewritin' col
umns" art' columns about us, and
us and our wives have been read
in' it all, an' laughin' our heads
off'
There were 700 picked police,
and a score or two of the best de
tectives on dutyall the time it
the Madi Gras- festival. How
didn't they recognize Gyp the1
Blood and Lefty?
The two gangsters' wives, who
are held. at the Detention Station,
are-kidding-the 'district-attorney's
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