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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 15, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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ing. up the paper under the "Medi
um's' hand.
There certainly was writing on it
"My wife's writing'" evclaimed old
Mr. Lawrence, holding up the paper
to the gag. "Dear husband," he read.
"I write to tell you to leave all your
money to Lucy. The spirits that told
you not to were lying spirits using
my name, but compare my handwrit
ing with theirs."
"Good Lord " muttered Mr. Law
rence, staring in amazement at the
writing, as the "Medium" slipped
quietly out of the room, pausing only
long enough to make a threatening
gesture at Harry.
"How can I ever thank you?" ask
ed Lucy six weeks later. "Father has
taken the message to heart and he
believes Madame Charmeuse has evil
spirits and won't see her again. And
you have done all this."
"You can repay me amply," Harry
answered. "You see, that case I got
unexpectedly for the Langbury Cor
poration has encouraged me to sug
gest that do you prefer gold or plat
inum, dear?"
And Lucy said gold. " .
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PRESSING "WRINKLES"
Blue percale makes a very satis
factory pressing cloth. It is possi
ble to use a much hotter iron with
percale than with cheese cloth, and
it leaves no lint
When taking spote out with gaso
line put a piece of blotting paper un
der the cloth and no circle will remain
after the materialvhas been cleaned
and pressed.
Press fancy work, lace or embroi
dery on the wrong side and iron
through a piece of soft old linen. If
colored silk articles are to be' pressed
use very moderate iron, cover article
with cloth and use plenty of elbow
grease.
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A well-padded ironing board is a
labor saver and Turkish toweling is
one of the best materials to pad it
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man 'Benedict, suffragist..and femin
ist, not anly-preap.es 'and" teaches
feminism. She. practices' ter own
sermons.
Mrs. Benedict -has-been-appointed
chief of a'iales department of a large
automobile establishment) apposition
never befqre'hejd'bjvomen. The
first thing" she did "was to t appoint
52 saleswomen to VorfrdnVan equal
footing with men.
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A raincoat "is a bettferJ,protection
from rain"' than anumbrella. The
raincoatwill.not'flti of yptuyf riends.
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