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,at Rothschild's at $1.50 a day and
averaged two days' work a week.
Robbing a poor box of over $100
was the charge against John Jones,
who said he was fifty-, but who look
ed sixty. John had spent the money
he had extracted from the Olivet Mis
sion to buy himself whisky.
John was sent to the Bridewell and
Judge Sabath said he would consider
a motion for a new trial in a week
on the pleading of the pastor, but at
that John "was pretty qute. Ask
ed the ages of his two children he
plaintively stated they were 9 and 12
whereas he was later forced to admit
they are 16 and 21.
With a prettiness like that of a
peach when it is full ripe, Mrs. Cath
erine West stood before the judge and
told that her husband, who is a chauf
feur for the Pinkerton Detective
Agency, had left her last Saturday
and she had tried to induce him to re
turn to her, whereupon he struck her.
West declared he wouldn't live with
his very pretty wife because she
drank too much. Mrs. West said she
had been housecleanmg and the gaso
line fumes made her sick so she took
a little gin, and Judge Sabath used
all the persuasion of a peacemaker
to induce West to give his wife an
other chance, but West preferred go
ing to the Bridewell, and as a last
effort Judge Sabath had West prom
ise to support his wife and come in
court again in a month, and mean
while Mrs. West promised she
wouldn't drink any more.
And so passed a morning in the
East Chicago avenue police court.
HOME COLD STORAGE
Keep jars of water in refrigerator
for drinking. Compel the one who
uses the last in the jar to refill and
put back in proper place. This will
save much ice, as one will not need
The refrigerator is no place for
over-ripe fruit. Cool only what is
needed for each serving.
small piece of ice each day. Pur
chase as much as the ice chamber
will hold and see how much longer it
will remain in proportion to the
All left-overs containing onjons,
parsley, turnips or cabbage must be
covered tightly or the entire box will
be full of their odors.
Fish and cheese impart their flavor
readily to milk and butter and often
render them unfit, for use. Keep fish
and cheese out oPthe refrigerator.
Keep pieces of charcoal in an old
refrigerator. This will relieve the
close, musty odor. Renew every two
or three days.
Remember an old wooden-lined re
frigerator is a menace to the health
of your family.
Economy of ice comes in not allow
ing ice box temperature to rise above
a certain degree. '
Bananas and canteloupe will im
part their flavor to all other articles
of food. If you must put them in the
refrigerator tie them tightly in a
heavy paper bag.
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