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of cure for the physical cancer. A
woman found it, and in the radium
ray which good women are directing
on the moral cancers of the world
lies its salvation.
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"TO-BE-BEAUTIFUL LEAD SIMPLE
LIFE," SAYS PRIMA DONNA
San Francisco, Cat., Oct. 31. "I
just live the simple life that is all."
This is Carmine Melis' reason for
her wonderful voice and beauty. Car
mine is a prima donna. She and
Maiy Garden are rivals for the honor
of "the most beautiful prima donna
on the stage."
"I am so careful what I eat just
always the simple things. White
meat, and never anything to drink
but water and milk oh, yes, coffee,
too. But never wine, champagne, or
"I love salads, but eat them I can-,
not, for last year there was nearly a
breakdown on account of the digest
tion. Too many salads! But sweets
"I sleep at least eight hours, and
every morning a bath I take very,
very hot. The soap is made especial
ly in Italy; in it is, I think, starch.
"Never do I use cold cream! noth-
ing on the face."
With Carmine Melis exercise is an
"Walk? Oh, yes, I like to walk
but never more than three blocks.
The motor car is best." '
Protection for her throat is like
"I wear the collars never. My
throat is better if it is free and I
never take cold.
"And I do not worry!"
JANITORS' STRIKE PROBABLE
Chicago flat dwellers today faced
the prospects of a cold, cold winter
and of shoveling their own -snow,
when the call for a strike vote was
sent out to 4,000 union flat janitors,
as a result of bickerings between the
union and several landlords.
Mrs. Fred Crocker, owner of an
apartment building, today gave in
and employed a union janitor, after
pickets had stqpped the delivery of
groceries to her tenants for forty
eight hours. Pickets continued on
duty at two other apartment build
ings where non-union janitors are
Mining in the United States is a
gigantic industry, second only to
agriculture, employing directly more
than 1,500,000 men, and having a
yearly output of $2,000,000,000.