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chard, before whom her examination
was conducted, that Joseph Caillaux,
her husband and the former minis
ter of finance, had threatened to at
tack the editor. The fear that her
husband might kill Calmette and the
terror she felt at the possibility of his
being tried for murder led her to go
to -the office of the Figaro, she declared.
MAN HELD FOSTER DAUGHTER
A PRISONER IS CHARGE
Alpena, Mich., March 25. Charged
with having made a prisoner, of his
foster daughter, Pearl Kellogg. Mc
Millen, 23, for two years, and 'with
a more serious charge likely , to fol-1
low, Ephraim McMillen is in jail
here. . ,
The girl's death rlast Fri(Ialyre
vealed the fact that she had Uvea in
the house two years,, going out only
at night with McMillen.
McMillen's son, William, 17, told of
conditions in his father's home, of
the filthy Tooni in which the girl had
been secluded for more than a year
without neighbors having knowledge
of her presence, of her ambition to
become a vaudeville star, and how
she danced in her bare feet at the di
rection of his father.
The boy stated he had not seen the
girl for several months, as she refus
ed to leave her room while anyone
except McMillen was in the house.
MAY CALL HER.RICK. IN ALLEGED
OATMEAL TRUST CASE
Myron T. Herrick, United States
ambassador to Trance and former
governor of Ohio, may be asked to
testify in hearings of the govern
ment's suit to dissolve the alleged
oatmeal trust. Herrick is a former
director of the Quaker Oats Com
pany, one of the concerns at -which
the action is directed.
Robert Gordon, secretary of the
Quaker Oats Company, was on the
stand when hearings were resumed
today before Special Examiner Kate
By Jim Manee.
A niece of Joseph Cannon said
She'd Tango on the stage.
Her uncle Joseph laughed in glee,
Her father boiled in rage.
Yet she still says she'll dance -away,
For five hundred or more.
Perhaps it is because she wants
To hear the Cannons roar.
PS. "Turn te turn te turn te tum
(dip) te te turn turn te turn."
STILL SEARCH FOR GIRL
Detectives -were sent to Gary, Ind-,
and Waukegan, HI., today to question
persons who thought they had seen
Edith Schubert, missing 17-yearrold
Brpplcfield, 111., girl, who.came to Chi
'cagbs an uplift worker and mys
teriously disappeared. Seyerai girl
friends, of Miss Schubert were to ar
rive here.toQay to aid the police in
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In treating a burn exclude the air
with a thin paste made with water
and cooking soda, starch or flour.
Smear this mixture on a cloth and
cover the injured surface thoroughly.
If these are not available, use vase
line, lard or clean grease. Do not use
Burns with acid should be treated
with a lime wash made of lime scrap
ed from the wall and thrown into
water, or soapsuds, or milk' of mag
nesia. Alkali burns should be washed with
vinegar, or lemon juice or' hard cider.
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At a wedding in Granite- City, Mo.,
the bride danced with every one of
the 450 guests present. The dance
lasted from Saturday until Monday,
and-the bride retired twice for a short
Unsettled Wednesday and Thurs
day? colder Thursday.