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pensive that' the working girl of
very moderate salary cannot be
always trim and neat. Good sdap
can be bought for less than good
perfume and a splendid cold
cream is more to be desired than
foolish chiffon neckwear that will
not stand laundering.
A dollar invested in a shampoo
has" five times the value of that
invested in candy and it does not
take so long to carefully mani
cure one's nails as it does to darn
silk stockings, and holes come in
the flimsy hose about as often as
one's nails get soiled.
TaTking about hands, I am go
ing to tell you a fine thing for the
girl who has continuously moist
Make a mixture of four ounces
Of alcohol and a half ounce of
belladonna. Moisten the palms
of your hands with this and let
the mixture dry on.
Dust your gloves with a pow-
der made as follows: One dram,
reach, of oxide of zinc and boracic
acid, powdered. Two drams of
lycopodium powder. Half an
ounce of starch and a quarter of
an ounce of powdered orris root.
Mix carefully and sift many
Little bags of this powder, with
a small glove mender and some
fine needless and a spool, each, of
the fine white and black thread
that is used to mend gloves,
would make a nice Christmas
gift for one of your girl friends.
Just One Last Word Remem
ber that mending your gloves and
keeping your hands in good or
der are details of good grooming.
Patron (to slow waiter) Bring
me a steak, please. And you
might send me a postcard every
now and then while you're away,
letting me know how it is get
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Old Time Phinters' Ass'n had
their 207th anniversary of birth
day of Benjamin Franklin at
Hotel La Salle. Banquet and
Thos. Freer, sec'y Steamfitters'
Union No. 520, indicted by grand
jury ort charge of killing Thos.
Conway on Dec. 28.
Grace Harmen, 16, and sweet
heart, F. S. McNamee, both of
Cleveland, arrested. The girl is
wanted for theft of $100 from her
faster mother and the man for
violat'ion.of Mann white slave act.
Have been livingat SOS Cass st.
Fire in building of Alter Light
Co., 407 N. Desplaines st. No one
hurt. $2,000 loss.
200 members of high school
sororities danced their statement
of independence to Board of Edu
cation at Congress Hotel last
night. Say they think they have
perfect right to have their sorori
ties and will keep on having them.
Chas. Belton, 17, 3853 Langle
av., arrested charged with theft
of jewelry worth several dollars.
Richard Barber, negro, 161 W.
Indiana av., arrested after he had
robbed kitchen of Boston Oyster
House, 83 W. Madison st