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THESE ARE TEARING THE LID
OFF OF THE LOBBY
Overman is chairman of the Sen
ate lobby investigating committee,
and Garrett is directing the House
probers. Mulhall is the star witness,
both Senate and House wanting to
hear his confession of how the Na
tional Association of Manufacturers
used congressmen as their puppets in
the defeat of labor legislation.
CALLS MEN'S COSTUMES TOO
UGLY FOR WOMEN
Washington, July 18. That the
suffrage fight has so carried women,
away that they are seeking mannish
clothes was denied today by Mrs.
Christian Hemmick, suffragist, so
ciety leader and amateur playwright.
"I don't believe women will ever
adopt men's costumes," she declared
"Such a dress for women is too ugjy
trousers and all. I do not believe
that the present immodest and sen
sational styles will long continue.
The present style of expose gown
and slit skirt is traceable solely to the
fashion dictators of Paris."
Even though Mrs. Hemmick op
poses men's' clothes for women, she ,
believes that the harem skirt, a bi
furcated garment, will come into its
own simply because it is comfortable,
giving freedom of locomotion and
yet appearing like a real skirt.
EUGENIC MARRIAGE TRAGEDY
New York, July 18. Frank Cas
taro, barber, dead, and his fiancee
mortally wounded as a result of first
eugenic marriage tragedy.
Couple had agreed to marry when
Castaro had saved money enough to
buy a barber shop. He saved that
amount by working night and day
shifts, but it cost him his health.
His fiancee refused to marry him
after a physician declared he was too
ill to wed. Castaro, maddened with
disappointment, drew a revolver and
shot the girl, then killed himself.
FRUIT SAUCES FOR ICE CREAM
A fruit sauce to be turned over
ice cream can be made of the juice
of fruit and sweetened to proportion
of one cup of sugar to one cup. of
fruit juice and boil for ten minutes.