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-ifHE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i2, 1921.
The Property of
ManrBuys Woman With
SfisrjLovc She Accepts
Mm- Love as Price for
Herself, Soul and Body.
t"3 O f
(The Xew nrk
Htmlim Worlil 1
jm'tq' of Iter Itiisband, no mat-
What she or the law may .say
ulitrnk. it. tor this i.v furl- of
iniiUNf: HI'', a eonailioii inherent
in Umdivman briny."
'oxr. -in , ,, ,
IT iijgjAVi' limn win) will issue to
dayntiil.s nice, nld fashioned ultl
tn.umri to the sex that is achieving
kplrTdat,vyjiiiiiiiitiun in politics, pay
cuvejkiltv.x, m.i l riiiion ami even li.ilr
cuts.'"(l?(1l Kernnnd .1. .1. Mcrckx-, I'll.
1).. iha'thr or the Mmtiment ju l
nuoifd ami of a ncwls published ol
iiiiii1 r I'rmtltled "The Holslievlsin ot
least not lucking In coui--
82C'iii'f 'id' "'Oman's pluec is 1,1
home (wheie have we heard this lie-
foto'Vi', Mint she only reaches "n ir-
"''''S'T""11'1 w'1i'",""mI a,ul nmiliiT
llOOHjJlll,". Iut huhiind should be li T
reprHntjlivt In pol il tcs. that her
woilf'tpl' money injures heiself, lier
chilij-Kiuainil ull men oil, j est uilii
thar .s'tle. Is a "being of grace, .it
'"nuts, of scntlmentalits. of love" -tlit'bu
.lie among the winnings to
Amerle'au womanhood i.-tiU'il by Dr.
Jellnes til s parliilllar form ot
olsufi.sm in ihe one woid lenil-
I li ..1 ti ..).- ..ft. .1- V.. .1.1 l II. r htS
boolj, ai. IJr Mcrckx must ti" a t.i'.l.
niasj-vu" , case-mannish Individual
" '"laioifr" n-"K- IjI-tcU blow, lltu
only" jli 111.- opinions about women
doesjie ,(probabl ) lesembli the rave
eitlWrfV.'.Ve Imnelf is blond, blue
i jeit.tfft't-vuieed. bashful and ojik.
A IViHIt b birth, hi' is now living
at N-yJiT We.st Vlll Slie't.
I5ut' Pii'mst nor in rruit lotiR-er Dr.
.dcu'flf j's iiiKiiiiii ut a. to a husband'
prou44)tirmhlK In hiK wife the beinir
whU'Ms.Vhoinetlimt,- better than Ilia
dofrM i'?tle dialer than his horse,"
aceoj-duiK: to anfieiit MiiKlihli author
ity. "b'iifBi'.t'hB ei' st.i t lose In the ftp
Pi""!lt(ii'ii ' Ihe woman by the
in. in." Pr. .Mereiix a. lined me i;rave
,y ,"(ie vrhoo!ie.s Ivr and buys her
wit.n lils lovi , and .shr aeeepts his
lovi...us ji price for herself, t-oul and
Udy. This appiopiiatlon Is the most
complete thai i.ui be found in the,
"The s-oninT the woman acUnowl
rlfff.s Ihe fait and the .sooner sliu
siibiulta to the legitimate aserndaney
of man the neaier she uii; nt.'t to her
sn.il of haiipine.s tarouirh the full
f!e elopment and proper co-ordination
t her linjsieal, mental and intellec
Thhi1'! learned that there mluht lie
some jtfsjitle.'itlon for feminism In the
frmaje ilf, or even in the female
spidejivjiitt neer, nei r In the female
of ilfe.Tuiruan spet ies.
HL'UJUM' Ol MIT K.SI vi'iic.ss a no
ciu.slWili .-s," Mr Merck x riexorablj
i i.. v.i..f., ...1... ...i .
"TTriliUli, Jy the man is permanent,
i 'oluUUorlU aniotiK human beincs are
not pnjyarahle with conditions hi -tueeuiniatiiUT
birds, fishes and
other, Juwer animals, here the
preMs'rv.inon of the ouiifr needs no
'ollu.borfftl.on o the male.s. I'or
tnat(wil, ijpP'e there l.s no natural llm
ltatiiiW.Jo the in'rlod of man's and
"Ite'eentjy I ilisi ussod this (iiiestion
with ijn -editor of r. medical review,
whuij-oj ted broadly that anythinn
ihat in .l(es the woman more Inde-jk-ikJc
to be eneoiiiaKCd. To sui
port,,!.!, contentions he compared,
woniai.t'i) the tenia le .spider, which
doe.s. niuvli iiior ho"I: than the male;
and he in' so rnentiomd the fact thai
Ihr .fitwle wolf can so huntiuij as
w. II ds.,j,e male.
mitjksii cnnnni jiniKe tne msncr
s ainmal- ivoman -'y th" Ir.wer animal
- spjye.i..,"'' won i (iuiis spiders and
olf out may ' left unatlended,
while iliildii'ii e.innot be so left. This
, ict ni.i.s Hie liinuan mother dc
penilfljii lomblned with the other
fact, .that the yoHns of animals atv.
H.S111 .illje to support themselves.
whllr-tiin lnfanc) of the .human mng "lat priatc interests or public of
, ,sts for eais. The higher the anl- gani.ations m.ty hae for human
ra.il. thirunoro Ihe f,maln is depend
ent xipyfji lar male for her own ex
istence and that of her nffj.pring. The
a h oj,njy or Independence for women
; -lirfs -jr .
CP)ll!a. JOJt, br lb-
'n-ii I'uJilUhinT Cii.
oik Ktrnliu WurM )
1. Oi. What kind of stoti( are
. wjia ranks next to the dia.
mond in- hardness?
3. In 'Wlint Euronean countrv is
tho Gl idalquivir an important river?
4. To 'what country does the Island
of Guahn belong?
it. Mcvlilmany strinqs has a stand-
C. From what tree is oum arable
7. Wlint hicihlv oxnloaiue rnm.
pound'ls uod in the manufacture of
celluloid, collodion and varnishes?
ft. .Obiyyhat European country was
Gusiyjjf. Adolphus a famous war
0. what is the nanio of the sub-
ft Mrt -irt . i li r- hlnnrl Kukirl r,,., .ft It-
10, OfTvhat country was the repub
lic of Haiti formerly a colony?
I, fanrlntono :. i a horunduni: 1
Spain; , l"n ! States; j, six-; ii
eiii 7, guprotton. X, Sweden; .
ncmofflobin, 10, Franco.
1)11 llklr Umlkg.
(The Niw trk Kwiilr Hor'J
I IK Delhi Hearc.lts, which means
the football team of Hump .'l
lose, al Delhi, met at llllRUs
Hull Wednesday evening to lay dans
tor the comliu,' season. Mujor Cyrus
IVrUlns Walki r was to have nd
diessed the bo.s, but he could not
come bf cause of a bad bunion. Kllti
lielle Mae Doolittle. who Is an hono
rary member- of Uie team because, ot
her Inutilities, was piesent. W'lieu
Hop HIPS", ti(. I'aiilaln, saw her en
leilnr the hall he held up one hand
"Mill- delihtlul bonoiaiy member l
With US. Now keep c(lllet, oll 'll!i
disieputable, tazorbacks, and all, will
read lis u poem."
Quiet spiead its .soothing wins' over
the asr-einblase and MI"R Doolll'i ,
dicsfed in a tlliRle sown of swamp it
.sill;, authored at the waist line,
stepped to the rostrum and tend u.
01. 01. hire chrrr ami n liyri
I'or the i inning joothball .eunon!
I'luy Ihr (iiitni: rery haid, boys,
Hut ilo not i mil mil ticn.soii.
S'oir, all toyclher a forward pass!
Snap it biul; lo Duly Hill
11 1' must uuin another ten yaidx
t-'ar our alma matet out on the liill.
My si.iter'.i child. Teeney Hckctta.
I'layrd put and tithe inth a lop;
Shr lost a dime of her mothci's-
Teeney. thm has jot to slop.
Hut. netting bark to football
"J' is mu favorite outdoor game.
Last night I .saw a prominent baibei
Out .sparhiny o Mud Hollow Jane.
Sot a soul spoke aloud,
had entranced the ho.s,
plauded witli grout gusto.
All were pleased.
Oysters on Toast
COOIC the oslers by lettins
Hum come just tu a boil.
Make a white sauce with
half milk or cream ami half
oster Honor. Hlend equal por
t ons of butter and fluui (about
three tablespoons) in saucepan
on stove, uraduai.y add the
ImiuuI and st.r unt'l it boils.
Coi.k I n e minutes, then at.r In
tin dsii in mill seas'Mi with salt,
pepper and lemon jin r. i j i
oxer slees of bitleicd toast anil
works aqain.st the rules of natuie anil
tenihi to deerade the woman to the
level of the lowest ll luir 'beings and
to jrlvu her their habits."
"Then. I take it. j u agree with
Mrs. .Samuel ,omioi.s that the wito
whose husband can support her
should allow him to do so?" 1 ques
tioned. Dr. Merck x bent his t moot lily jioni
padoured head in assent.
"Woman's wutk outslilo of hom.
liamiwrs the man in the ticuuinplmh
ment of his duties," he .sums 11 up in
"The Holshevlsm of Hex" which, by
the way, l.s published by The Higher
Thought l'ubllshing t'ompanj. "It
degrades the woman and makes her
Inefficient tor her calling in lite.
lOeonomlcally, It deprives the famllj
unit of fair earnings and raises un
necisarily the cost of living, thus
adding lo the burden of lives and
"The destiny of a girl is not lo be
a mono -making machine. If you
wish to know what men want her
to be, ask the fathers and thej will
tell you that they want-their daugh
ters to be worths wives and mothers
Ask the joung men and they will
tell you that they have a right to
joung, beautiful healths , and intelli
gent girls for whos A man needs
for a wile a maiden who will be able
to 'bear him stiong children and help
him thiough life in good or bud for
tune. That right supersedes any need
As lor the political rights of wonun.
Mr Meii'kx' hellees these .should lie
kept iii the names of their IiusIimiJs
and lathers, who can reprcsehl the
family unit I'olitual ollko, In- ar
gues, should not he held b the
mother because it will interfere wi n
her duthvi to her child; nor by iIk
wife, because she will be encourage. I
lo nvoul niatei-nil and its 'xnet lulls;
nor by the unnianled woman, beeaae
we must not put a premium on t.i-ge-l)lesseilnes.s
for women. Ileal'v.
he th nks, (he i nly lit olllco hohb is
are husbands and fathets. If ntllces
are held by bachelors, thej ".shoul I
indemnify the social organization for
the damage they cnuse society. This
should lie done by subjecting bachelor
olllco lioldeis to payment nl special
taxes, .scaled according to tho sahirlei
drawn, and appropriated to relief
funds for needy widows, mothers and
"No woman," concluded Mr. Merckv,
"no matter how Intelh i tual or urn m
pllshed in tho ways of civilization she
may be, should he ashamed to e -
knowledge Iht ausolute depend my
her husband, because it Is the
mark of her higher nature.
"He unreservedly the prop, il.i of
jour husband is nature's .nlvie- ;o
the woman wouiaulv enough to he
wooed and won by a inanlj man "
Or, In the winds of Shakespeare's
Petrurluo -probabl Mr. Merclix'.i
ideal of "a munb man"
I will be miMrr of what I- mini hah;
Sue Is my goo-Is, nn r battel' . :hc 1 mv
M noaihol I st'jff. m fifirt. mv "i.tti,
Mv hni'!"e, lie o, nr. s. m.. hh, thing ,
And here noe .lan.1.', touch her w hoover
r-wm iBfl IP I lllllH 1TAV TaTV lOI.' A.XtamTV U ' ' JMUDCaVMl. 'L. OVl-Wiff JUJi HVfSfti M
Mill " Hi -n - ' ' - vttl-
m 'Mil in !!WU,iJ!l!Uiii
Courtship and Marriage
Itiixrl.-lil Hit Ii) tlie I1ti PiiMtshlNj
(4pEAR MISS VINCENT
l About a year ayo I met
a younu man and went
about with him several times.
However, at that time I did not
teem to care for him and we
drifted apart. Recently I have
seen him again, and I discovered
that I really do like him. He
told me that he has another girl
now but that he still likes me.
Ho also said he is afraid to g've
this girl up for fear I will give
him up again. What can I do to
gain his friendship again?
Air ,)ii 1 1 u le sine oi joursclf th.s
lime? II would hardly be fair to lake
lllm away fiom a girl he I, lies snnpl.v
lo discover Ihat your feeling for him
,s just a passing lanes
"Dear Miss Vincent For about
two years I have been going with
a young man whom I love dear
ly and who I know loves me.
Recently wo quarrelled, the fault
being his and mine. Now every
time I pass him I am at a loss
what' to do. He sometimes gives
me pleasant looks and sometimes
avoids my eyes. There are times
I wiBh to speak, but I haven't the
courago to do so. What shall I
"AN AUBURN SWEETHEART."
Mo not be afraid lo smile wlKn ou
see him and renumber it is Hi" B rl s
place to spiak first-when she nueis
"Dear Mis3 Vincent: Is it proper
for a young man who intends re
maining out of the city to go
about with other young women
when he is engaged? I knn-n it
young man who thinks this is per
fectly all right so long as he
writes and tells his fiancee about
No, I do uol think, the young man It
f in to his llnmee oi to the fills he
meets When a man ,s engaged, if lie
lovrj his till ttuly he should con
sider lumsrtf an liound as a married
man. This does not inran, of course,
that he cannot meet other girls and
be sociable with thrm, but It h utM
mean that hi does not seek the corn
pans ".f othe r girls.
"Dear Miss Vineenti i am elgh-
of Rest !
Co nii xi Virk ko'iiis w . a i
teen and have known a young
chap for fourteen months. He is
not working now and lately I have
noticed he doss not seem to caro
so much about me. He only
comes to sco me three times a
week, and I can't seem to stay
away from seeipg him so long.
Sometimes I go out after him
where he hangs out on the corner,
and he tolls me to go home, I
am heartbroken about the way he
treats me and I will thank you for
your advice. C. C."
oil are very foolish 'o go .nil to
meet ibis man when he is standing on
I lie .street i orner Of course he t IIh
Mm to go home, for this is far f. mi
"ladyliki" on sour part. Thici loins
a week is more than tin 'ierge
soling man calls upon his girl, so do
not feel neglected in the least, lie
cordial and Jolly and lio.-iiii.il!-' I n
sour sf'ung man calls, hut nev r go
out alter him. fo- tin-' will nnl d.s
gust him and krc him aw. is from
miii. When he geta work agiin s""
will probably notice bis manner will
Maxims of a
i mitilalii I'l . t i'i'' i','
I II ' : 1 1 1 i
Marrying a naughty boy lo reform him in taking a 'ong
chance, hut marrying a "mother's boy" ivilh the name
end in cieiv is flaring no cliance at all.
WOMKN admire ihe beauty of women as keenly a ciiiinoisKeiirs ad
mire an "old piastei. and. like i onnotssetirs, they detect, tedcnt
and expose imitations.
Our reason for tho present linpoiiulanty of crying among v.oiiien in
i ha. some of them have found man's nmotioii.il safely valve, Hweuring, jtmt
as much of a relief ami without unbecoming after i-'lfect.
A man likes to think that he aslts hi-, wife's opinion on Invoni'iieuti
because he Is so broad minded, but the real leapon in that he wants Home
body to blaniu wlien they yo wrong.
If "iklrts make their threatened descent, New York' autumn ctop nf
i.-itors nriy have fives once more for her skyscraper towers instead of
fo- her underpinnings.
Of all "womanly virtues" patience i tho mngt overestimated, it
anoiher name, for procrastination, weakness or uhoer laziness.
Since, no man wan ever known to pick up anything, to put anything
away or to leave n room as neat as he llndH It, oven the most devoted wife
thanki her domeitlr gods Hint her husband Isn't nrntiml nil the time.
Th" renl trouble with marrying n man fnr hi' money U thai pnime'it
io ofi on ii deforced,
n!n:ro i ruly a confe'ston or falluri but cuufois'ou, wo am told, ;
BOOfl for the soul. lM.
T P I 1 ti i
N k liili
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' MV ' ' 1 ' ' I
The Jarr Family
By Hoy L. McCanlclt
riipxllil, lii lj Oif Pifn I'UiilMliltu
Mltri. .JAItlt was a long turn
answarlng Mr. .Jan's ling at
'he door when he came home
the other evening, In1 having forgot
ten Ins latch key which doesn't make
m i. 'i ill! fci nice then' das when
tlrJie are no corner Cites to keep u.
miii i.nni c- nung home till all hours.
"ffo-.v don't start tu scold!" Mrs.
.Vrr began. "I heanl you ilnglng, but
( u&d to put .something on to answer
''Ileal Scott!' exclaimed Mr. .larr.
"You don't mean lo tell me vou huvu
beiii dseiiig thai Uii il. iuatetl.il in
a slate of nat iir'.'"
"Well, I got everything all stained
witn dye," Mis .Inn explained. "Hut
I wish I hadn't b"en trsing to wive
itii moie of m old Iioum. wruppcjH,
for I'm blue ami gieen rind vellnw
from he, id, to foot"-
" You eoiild IT" l ti ! il -a ell. -us side
i ' s if s K ii lit W ui
tvi ITh, vv lurl. I.ii-iiIiik ItuM i
show a-, a batik lads," Mi Jan in
tiiinp'., In say. "Or, If tli" g.'.ii'i'.il
pu:!u il'dn'i know w ha' balik was,
Sou ei.uld be billed as 'The Itnllihow
fiirl.' Still, in all sei Ioushchs, aren't
Sou I'U'l' going to get llllollgll with
the dseiiig not by Ijiehis but b
"'ow don't nav
Mrs. .la 1 1' retoitcd.
started the old ball!
it me, pleas"'
I wish I hadn't
l.nir Is half green and Willie is led
on one side of his fac and scllnw on
the oth' r and hi hands ale blue- I
.lust f.Hll.lli'l keep the iliild en out "f
the colois. lleHides that, all ins '"'I
dre'Hscs are splotched with i'Vi ' '
i oldr, and the whole hoitsi is nui'k I
up and will have lo lie lepailltl'd i I
decorated, and I don't seem to g
i Mil lmlf of the niaierial I have
butik balikil ami"
"Wheie ate the cIllMrrn'."' aivi i
t . oig
alt' nl l a! Mi s Italic t
I idia n ' a let b in - n h i
iniiikeis mid lien i ml" must kii"W I
i ''III' 'O sill' VMill'l I OIIH II. I I
help tn" with tin work "
v.i 1 .llppn- . Met I 'i. in.
tin i. iii -tick M out till the gna.it,
lie. .( i .lone," veil 111 I'd M ' .in
' I in ' d"i,'". ask me to tuiin ir .i '
il" ail.y de it "
Id I Im ! I SI " III St If" ii I'! I' il
Mis, J.ii r, '.baking her blue ami i in
-no hands anil twitching hei pni,
'iif.', "'ou'l git the die all im
eier Hung! '
"Not me,'' said Mr ,1a n lirmi, I
1 1 1 1 v i in en uejk 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 v I in my ini.-.
but I whall never go hopelel in
nine trylnj to tsni'iir up everything
hatlkl u; ltnpreoiililc.illy "
"Well, you 11111,1 mie-er," replied Mrs.
.lurr, "but I have two cushion coseis
done In orange, crimson, purple nnd
Pink, i nd the tesgns are wonderful
I have n new pattern for the burnt
" .tiigc ui bam the main effort will
be burnt ornusie, window hangings
and I. miic hurrv back nnd finish
'hem. I left the hot wax out on tht
ti .' 'I " will gel cold'"
Hho nished nway nnd .Mr .larr fo-
lot'e 1,, iff
"lt no "-ondr-r ynq get dye over
evi i vthlig,'' ho innininel, n i"
wall lied M-s. Jurr nl W'n "T'nH
isn't l tin vny lo dip the eloth In he
dye." Mn renehed mr nnd took l!n
Itn 1 1" lal fiom Iht nnd illpped ti In
the burnt mange dyn Imwl nnd the
il p!itM led nil ovt" liitn
iii Hrm in eil cinihl' n "' h n l
g' .'a , and b- pbniffi'il mi.-i im iviia.
i i. lie V'flm lo ItM ""lini'M e' rt
s- the foler ns"i"l'is who full vie.
I ins In hi ill know II
Right in Your Own Home
lly Emil'm Holl'num.
IT is ,i misi.tiM ii iden that It l.s ml-
-ible to kei'li iMilldreii up later
n.fth' dilr iik Ihe hot weather.
M. op is as i',ent al to bab'M wel
tare as the loin) Is. ami il the i luilce
after six o'clock is between ficsh air
and uleep by nil means choose the
litter An Infair enn be dressed for
bid al i and slei oi,t of doors
until he I nut liedlnx lor the nlfrht.
V tuiinf i iilld who . taken up ulxiut
111 o'clock, as Is uulle a general i ua
toiu. em nl'i 'al his llrsl lap of
deop In the lMiuiiiiouk or "pen" on
hot even, ii!(s, but up lo two , en is. at
leas', a eli'1,1 ftililtl l" put lo sleup
at ii o'eaick and alter that ,'me tuck
lliem in bed at 7 US mans ye. us
as iiii i,ui lliem to tetilc at
that hour. '
Ho- wiuii.her is uol the eause of
vi. n 'tint; and tllai rhoea. I f jour child
mil I el. i -with elthi r It Is, probably,
caused by some In.hn'i ctlon in diet,
either wroiiK tood or ecwlvo fetsl
Iiik, wh'i'h in either ease should be
piomptly eol reeled. If the dlnturb
ancis continue i'hey mny be sytup
om of an uetile lllnetw uud the
physician should be eoiifntlted. It s
not w ise lo tli ln in such malti'l.s
dllllllit the hot wislther.
(live the bulls p'eiitv of water Ihese
muni duss. lie sine and boll It, then
lot It cool, but do not let II get loo
i old (live a M'i suing infant ,i
icaHpoonl ul occnshinalU. As Ihe child
grows iibler inci i tne 'the ainiMint un'Jl
he g is at least Mirer ounces be
tween' .it-Is feeding (rive water
within one hour of feeding time,
U'fore and after All children should
t'ulik guad water, n .1 loo ixild, I'le
l ui n Is bet ween meals
What Would You
lly Itlchniil S. Vlnhrrrk.
I rliitil l'2! Ii Hi- I'lai 1't.litUliirii Co.
I'll.... Niw Vnrk Kv ulii Wnr'il
OM-2 of the new novelists had
been illsciii-si'il Iii the high
sihonl Kngllsh class, Marlon
Hums was Interested In the man and
In the sublect.H .ibotit which he wtoto.
That evening at supper she rhanc-l
to uii'iition the anl Inn's name anil
,'atrd that "lie intended to lead Ills
latest loh Ib'r I'ntlier loOknl nl Ivr
in surprise. Then he look great care
to i s pin i ii to In i Ihat although th"
uotk of IhlM man was quite pioper
Ul itself lie. personally, was not In
godd '.Ui tiding in si me eiieles. She
a. !m-iI. "Can't one nail this man's
book without hi'illg illlllleili nl by his
i haunter?" Her father replied that
sh" must decide that question for
herself, but that he fell that stlch a
nurse was itnpo;slhlc.
What would you havo done?
I Head Ihe book, knowing that
sour lather did not approve of jour
, Itel'iiscd to lead Ihe man's book
and risked the contempt of jour
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Reduction of Hips,
A b dam en , Th igh s
Object of Exercise
It I) o r i s I) o x c her.
full- I '.I I, , 1-ulilUMiej IX
n.. v w t...iiiu Uott.i ,
Nl M It 1. !; I j S S of moNcment.
pioper weilit, ktucp and poise,
th'.se hae been our aim In this
leduitioii course. If you have ac
quired the dallv habit nf polim
Ihtouirh all otir exercisrfl from th
inoiiilnn: stietch, the after-lmtli nib
and the exercises taken at night you
will have developed a sense of bal
ance and nlinblrnr.ss Ihat jnu linvt
not possessed since a child Thi 1
ulmblenes.s is bound to be reflect-d in '
a bi tter earrlafte of your bol, in
walking oi sittlni,-.
li w i mi tin? last muscles to i - ".
spond a tho e that control the hip ;
LEG SIDEWARD RAISING EX '
ami abdomen, and ( jnu will llul
thai the exercise here Illustrated wi :
leduce Hid fat around the hips ana
abdomen and upper part of the (cg.
To get the full benollt the Mie
must be kept rigid and the movement
must be made ditcctly from Hie hip
Joint liaise the Ivg alternately sale
wls" as high as possible, the leg and
Instep to be kept istralght. At tltst
Sou will llnd It nei'es.snry to nold on
to the back ot a chair or other sup
port See that this support is prop
erly braced ho as to avoid slipping.
After a week or two of practice
Sou will llnd that you no longc neeJ
thii chair for suprt. You all envy
the graceful tluncer as she niiilien her
body Inlerpiet the emotions. Th.i
teqiilres absolute control of the uiii--eleji
of the h'(,-s and hips. Y r.i will
llnd thai 1 faithfitlls 'prneliciii f linn
exerel.se sni will not only gain tins
grace of the dancer but you will rise
thill hr.n s. solid mass of fat ta.it
Inirileiis sour legs and hips.
Kerry llgure Is made to look nun a
more oiiilitiil by molding this por
tion of the llgure Into mole syni
mitrh'.il linen. I base given sou this
exercise to be taken at night because
ho many of you have occupations:
thai lequlie sitting lor many hours,
during the day. I'or jou this exer
c.se Is an excellent rejiivcnator. Thli
exeicise also offers 'ou an oppor
tunity to correct an urn yen develop
ment, If sour one hip Is larger than
Ihe other It tan be evened by per
sistinej In tuls i xerclse, taking moro
counts on the larger aide.
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