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ANOTHER BEAUTY TIP FOR GIRLS-rHOW TO
TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH IN SUMMER
meals with a half a cup of water in
which ' there is a half teaspoon of
common baking soda. When you go
to bed at night you must rub your
teeth with powdered magnesia and
allow i to Btay on the teeth over
night. What goes into the stomach
will not hurt you. Do not use a tooth
brush that has gotten old and soggy.
You must buy a new tooth brush at
least once a month.
By Madame Millefleurs.
I sometimes think you can sun
burn ybur teeth, for I have often no
ticed how yellow a girl's teeth will
get during the summer months.
Of course this must be only a fool
ish notion, but most people neglect
their teeth more in summer than in
We eat more acid fruits and the
wrirm weather lulls any grumbling
teeth that may be decayed to sleep
until the cold weather begins to call
it into painful action.
While, acid fruit eaten in modera
tion is very healthful, yet the modern
young woman is quite, apt to tickle
her palate at the expense of her
A dentist of the Middle West told
me that among his patients were a
number of people who went to Cali
fornia for the winters.
"When they come back in the
spring I am ' always sure to have
plenty of work, for the oranges they
have eaten constantly eat into the
enamel and make great inroads in
any little decayed places that other
wise, would have been only a third, as
A splendid way to counteract this
acid is to rinse your mouth out after
BEFORE BUTTS COMMITTEE
Paul M. Chamberlain, one of the
experts who examined the voting
machines that were purchased by the
election commissioners, and who
says he goes "after a job the way I
think I can land it," continued his
testimony before the Butts legislative
Election Commissioner Howard S.
Taylor concluded his history of the
Hearst political party yesterday, loss
of memory being still apparent in his
Chamberlain admitted he had been
assisted in getting the expert's posi
tion, which paid $50 a day, by W: W.
Wheelock, attorney for the Empire
Company. Wheelock sent him to
William H. Stewart, clerk of the elec
tion board, but the witness could not
remember if, when asked for refer
ences by Stuart, he mentioned Whee
lock. He did not meet Mr. Wheelock
during the preparation of his report;
neither did he see County Judge Ow
ens before the latter appointed him
as one of the experts.
Asked why' he didn't go to Judge
Owens or Mr. Stuart before going to
Wheelock about, the position, Cham
berlain answered: s
' "I go after a job the way I think I
can land it"
There are 3,900 miles of canals in
the United Kingdom.