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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 12, 1912, Image 5

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Pittsburh, Kan., June 12.
Peter Sharp lias proyen that a
house divided cannot live. Today
his first wife, Ann Catherine, is pri
her way to her daughter's home
in California. Peter is living hap
pily with his second wife, Celia
Ann Catherine's departure closes
a story more unusual than that of
Enoch Arden. . '
At the time of the Chicago fire
Peter Sharp and Ann Catherine
Sharp were separated. Years
passed. Peter supposed Ann dead.
He married Celia" Samantha.
They were happy. A year ago
Ann Catherine, very much alive
in California, discovered her hus
band was alive and came to him.
Peter wis game and treid living
with both wives. Six months ago,
however, he filed suit for divorce
against Ann Catherine. He with
drew the suit before it came to
trial. Yesterday Peter escorted
Ann Catherine to a train for Cali
fornia and told her good-bye. He
vdid not kiss her.
x When the train pulled
Peter returned to Celia.
Uncertain wants to know:
If "when, a man and woman are
walking together on fhestreet the
man should take the girl's arm or
she take his? Neither, unless
they are going through a crowd
or crossing a crowded street;
then the man should take the wo
man's arm, merely to assist- her.
ing of the scalp?" Anxious.
When the new hair is coming in
and the old hair is falling out the
scalp is apt to itch. In either -case
it is well to shampoo every two or
three weeks, to brush the hair and
massage the scalp every night be
fore retiring, and, to expose the
scalp to the sun. and air as often
as possible. A good quinine tonic
will do no harm.
"What will remove freckles?-"
L. W. Frequent applications q
lemon juice are good. Treatment
for freckles must be kept up con
tinually, as they return on ex
posure to the sun. Above all,
don't worry about them, for they
are not so disfiguring as those
who have them seem to think.
Morris C. Schiff, well known
West Side banker, was fined $5
and costs in the Maxwell street
court today, for assaulting Isi
dore Lossman,-a salesman, 1137
N. Mozart street.
Lossman, who was a real es
tate salesman for the Schiff bank,
said a quarrel arose over com
missions which he was to collect
Schiff demanding a part of the
money, and when he attempted to
argue Schiff struck and kicked
Schiff, with his brother and
nephew, conduct the Kedzie Sav
ings Bank, 1215 S. Kedzie avenue.
"Can you -give remedy for itch-
It takes three men six months
to make a cashmere shawl, which
reafires ten groat' fleeces.
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