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Polish with the chamois. If
chamois is not available, use crum pled newspaper. The following mixture may be used instead of ammonia and water, but the resulting white dust must be carefully wiped up. One tablespoon precipitated whiting and two table-spoons household ammonia. To dust window shades roll the shade up as far as possible, and take it down from the window. If it will not roll all the way before it is re moved from the fixtures, roll it up be fore coming down from the ladder; otherwise the shade is likely to wrin kle 'and be damaged. UnrolkcarefuUy over a. table or on the floor, then roll up slowly, dust ing each side as it is rolled. Replace the shade and test Co see whether it works properly. Dust the middle ledge of the win dow before taking the stepladder away. o o WANTS DIVORCE FROM HUBBY WHO WAS GREAT PROPOSER Samuel Ericksen, a husband who is claimed to have the habit of mak ing himself out as a single man and proposing marriage to fair young girls, was sued for ( divorce by his wife Ineborg, Friday morning. She charges infidelity and says Sam made promises of marriage to many ladies. She names one Stella' Evans, school teacher of Sherr, Idaho, as .one who was fooled so far by Sam "that she made all arrangements to wed him. Eiicksons have two children. SATURDAY f) Special missionary rally' under au- spices of Union Bible class of Moody Bible Inst, at Moody church; N. La Salle and Chicago av., 4 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. o o-f-x After all it isn't so much that Un cle Sam needs men as that men need Uncle Sam. VANDERBILT WIDOW HAS A NEW ADMIRER P H Society has noticed the growing friendship of Mrs. Alfred G. Vander bilt, widow of the millionaire who died on the Lusitania, and Raymond T. Baker, new director of the United States mint Baker has been seen with the wealthy widow at several summer and winter resorts this last year. He is a bachelor. o o TO RELEASE ILLINOIS MILITIA WHO REFUSE FEDERAL OATH Washington, March 31. The war department has ordered the Illinois adjutant general to release all guardsmen who decline to take the federal oath. This order, intended to prevent conflict between national and state laws, will probably be ex tended to all states. Few guards men are refusing to take the federal oath.