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I was a freckle-faced Juddie, and I
i have even now found that in summer
I cannot eat red meat or grapes with
out breaking out with a plentiful
supply of 'little tfrdwn spots over my
nose. All other fruits, seem to agree'
with me except strawberries. A.
sweat bath always' bleaches the' skin
that is freckled, after which you dab".
them -with the" peroxide and witch
.hazel lotion and cover with powder-
Wlieil you go uui vl uuuia aiiu juir,
will not have much trouble- with'
1 them. " - 1
The girl who" "has freckles always
has a verythin skin and she must be
very careful Of the soap she uses.
Water that' has' stood' ,on oatmeal
isvery cleansing for the .skin of the
girl who is afraid of freckles w Take
one .cup of oatmeal and pour one pint
of water over it and use instead of
The only thing which will ha've any
.effect on frecklps-is persistence. You
i can't banish them over night. You
. can only keep them subdued and dis
couraged by constant use of the
remedies I have recommended and a
- careful diet.
Murder is a very terrible crime. But
so is the torture of young girls.
The Rey. Elmer L.. Williams says
he doesn't want to back up his graft
charges becausje he would not like
"to embarrass any official holding
This is exceedingly 'kind and
thoughtful of Elmer. .But has it ever
occurred to him that the people have
a few rights in matters of this sort?
If servants of the people are .graft
ing, there is a little "embarrassment"
coming to theni, to say the least of it.
Befgiumprobably will now recog
nize the value of the people of Bel
The. Harvester Trust is slapping its
employes on the wrist iiy moving-its
twine mills to Germany.
And when it gets going, full blast
in Germany theKaiser's government
probably- will hold up the harvester
people in a way that will, open theit.
,eyes-.4 - - - v '
Texas, being a.modest state, only
wants about $100;000,000 of Stand
,ard Oil money. '
" Burnharri 'is" indulging in an elec- '
'tibnj and:th'e;'Eighteenth and Twenty
first wards have nothing tin Burn-liam.-',
"t ' Evidently -County .Judge Owens
and-State A'tttirniey iHoyne 'mean to
;make that'voting machine investiga
tion a little family affair between the
"trust newspapers "
- Fravnk J. Cerahty, ,whp. says his
home is' in Lake- BluS, has filed
charges of' drunkenness" against Police-Lieut
M. j. Gallery.
We -don't know Gerahty; but any
man who brings a chargef like that
against a man recognized 'as one of
the best policemen in Chicago ought
to be made to prove his,', charges or
takeOem back publicly.;
Mayor Harrison closed the resorts
of Roy Jones and Maxim. But he
hasn't closed the Auto Inn or the
LaSalle House yet. We wonder why.
According to the testimony before
the vice commission, the LaSalle
House is. one .of the 'most disgusting
places in the city. .
"Then" men who control the old fag
miliar newspaper trust- of Chicago
seem to think they should not beinjj
vestigated." Rep. Frank J". Ryan.
We have noticed suqh phenomena
before. In fact, we, never knew any
one who needed'' investigation Jwha
thought he ought to he investigated
Ryan also says that he is sureth'e,
members of the present legislator,
f eer-differently about it. We hopesOg
o o a
Daily Healthogram. ' n
Good ventilation is the speed bos
in. the. home, the schoolroom and the
office. Jet .the indoor thermometer
habit. Don't let the temperature go,
above 68. Hteh temperatures are,
harmful. Cool air is the essence of
good ventilation. 3