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FOR PRESH ICEWATER.
, little finger off. -Throughout the
country field day exercises, band
- concerts and parades took the
place of explosives as the proper
way to celebrate the Fourth.
Appleton, Wis. Andrew Hoff
man, 52, mistook torpedo for car
amel. Won't live.
. Houghton, Mich. Frank Beau
chaine killed and Frank Sweet
probably fatally injured. Explos
ion of dynamite.
Lafayette, Ind. Will Thomas,
10, accidentally shot in back. Dy
ing. Logansport, Ind. 3 minor ac
cidents and 3 fires toll of sanest
Fourth in history of city. '
Washington. New national
flag, bearing 48 stars to include
New Mexico and Arizona, flown
here in sane Fourth celebration.
Newport, R. I. Henry Clews,
N. Y. banker, gave Fourth of July
address. Praised Lincoln and
Charleston, 111. Charleston,
Mattoon and other towns joined
in dedication of soldiers' monu
ment in this city. Cost $10,000.
Princeton, 111. Four-day cele
bration of Princeton's 80th anni
versary closed with sane Fourth
San Francisco. In most Cali
fornia cities picnics took the place
of usual Fourth celebration.
Denver, Col. City had real in
sane Fourth. 4 killed and 2 prob
ably fatally injured.
Greeley, Col. James Thomp
son had head blown off by back
fire of cannon.
I' ' ' )
.The "average housekeeper dis
likes the ice box with, water tank
attachment because the tank must
be constantly cleaned. Taking ice
from the box to make ice water
also has a number of disadvan
tages, the most important being
the reduction of the size of the ice
cake in the boxand the expense of
providing ice for both water and
There is a "way, however, that
permits the household to have
sweet? fresh ice water at all times
and does away with both the tank
ahd the ice in the pitcher or glass.
It consists simply of having the
tinsmith or plumber line the in
side of the icechamber of the re
frigerator with heavy tin piping
in a single coil.
Each end of the coil should be
carried out of the refrigerator at
opposite sides. One of these ends
should be equipped with a faucet
and tlie other with a rubber hose
long enough to reach to the near
est water hydrant
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