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adorned coffin of Harriet Quim
by, aviatrix who was killed. Has
it fluttering from machine.
Paris. Phillip Barkus, 608 W.
14th St., Chicago who went
abroad as first-class passenger,
will return In steerage. Paris
thieves got everything but his
suspenders. American consul is
sending him back.
Manchester, England. Na
tional Roman Catholic Congress
will be held at Norwich, Aug. 2 to
5. Cardinal Bourne will preside.
Paris. Caruso has wt)n heart
of his boyhood sweetheart, Mme.
Vina Valasquez, daughter of
Mons. De Taz, wealthy Argen
Bloomington, 111. 150 assist
ant postmasters of Illinois assem
bled here for their 4th annual con
vention. Segourney, la. Chauncey
Meyers, Washington, la., killed
when boiler of peanut roaster ex
ploded. Springfield, Mass. 250 tele
phone girls of this city have or
ganized union. Will join Ameri
can Federation of Labor.
CatsMU, N. Y. Body of Dor
cas Snodgrass, missing heiress,
found in Catskill creek.
Madison, Wis. Representa
tives of various magazines and
newspapers are holding meeting
here. George E. Vincent, presi
dent of University of Minnesota,
will deliver opening address.
Samuel T. Hughes, Newspaper
Enterprise Ass'n, Chicago bureau,
will also address convention.
Sheridan, Wyo. Workmen
dug up skeleton of dinosaur, 85
feet long, at Jensen quarry, near
Eisenach, Germany. Son born
to Grand Duke and Duchess of
Ink on Pink.
It is not easy to take ink spots
out of -colored goods without af
fecting, the color. Try this on a
small piece of the goods before
attempting to use it on a gar
ment. Pink and blue chambray
have been cleaned successfully of
ink marks in the following nay:
"Hold the inked spots firmly over a
cup; wetting the spot well with
milk and letting it run 'through
the goods. Then rub tlio- juice of
a lemon into the cloth with the
end of the finger. The alternate
milk and lemon juice application
removes the ink spot and should
leave the color intact.
If ink spots are rubbed on both
sides of the material with butter,
left untouched overnight, and
then washed in the usual way, no
.trace of them will remain when
the article is dry.
Spots produced by hydrochloric
or sulphuric acid can be removed
by the application of concentrated
To remove white spots from
furniture, dip a cloth in hot , ' fer
nearly at boiling point. Pi -o
over spot, remove quickly and'
rub the spot with a dry cloth. Re-""
peat if spot is not removed, al-'
cohol or camphor, quickly ap- -plied,
may be used.