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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 18, 1912, Image 18

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who had sent him to Matteawan,
was no longer prosecuting attor
ney, but the state retained him to'
conduct its case and Thaw stayed
in the asylum at a cost of about
$45,000 to the state and $100,000
to Thaw.
In 191 1 Thaw had more alien
ists ready to swear that he was fit
to be at liberty, and again the
state had to give him" a hearing.
He did not get out. He waited a
year, and tried again.
The third hearing has recently
concluded, and within a couple of
weeks, it is expected, Justice
Keogh will decide whether this
last attempt of the young Pitts
burgher to obtain his freedom has
been successful.
Thaw has announced that if it
is not he will demand another
hearing next year, and one every
year until he is set at liberty. His
mother, despite the drain of the
trials and hearings, still has a
huge fortune and it is at Harry's
The state paid its alienists $12,
000 for their evidence at the last
hearing. Jerome, again on the job
to keep Thaw behind bars, is said
to have received $10,000
In this hearing 775,000 words
of testimony were taken, making
3,500 typewritten pages.
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Gold and silver necklaces of
bracelets left on the dressing
table near any hard rubber ob
jects, such as combs, etc., will be
coated with sufficient sulphur
from the rubber to leave a black
mark on the skin of the person
who wears them.
What's the surest way to keep
mice out of closed drawers?
Ann. If camphor be kept in
drawers and cupboards their con
tents will be safe from mice. They
detest the smell.
What's the quickest way to
take the burning sensation out of
a bad burn? Inquirer. Dry
flour is one of the simplest and
most accessible as a rule. Cover
the burn thickly and there will be
a partial cessation of the pain at
once. It simply excludes the air
from the raw cuticle. For chil
dren's burns mix baking soda
with enough lard to make a salve,
or cold water and soda.
Irma asks: What will promote
the growth of the eye brows and
lashes and absolutely prevent
them from falling out? Glycer
ine rubbed into the eyebrows each
night before you retire will add
to the growth. Clipping just a
shave off the lashes every month
is recommended sometimes as a
means of making them grow
longer. But if I were you I should
much prefer to let my eyelashes
remain as nature made them.
They are so near the eye, which is
one of the most delicate organs of
the body, that you cannot afford
to take any chance of injuring
them for the sake of so small a
matter as lengthening the eye
Sis says "All fellows is the
same, only some's nicer, "
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