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tion is the same as that approved
in the ordinary waltz. The Bos
ton offers a great variety of fig
ures. The "Boston with variations"
may be- danced in waltz time,
though many prefer the time of
the gavotte. -The pqsition for
part of this dance is the same as
for the waltz, and other figures
recall the military schottish. '
HOW THE LITTLE FOLKS MAY MAKE PICTURES OF
THEIR OWN HANDS
The illustration shows a way for, little folks to make ?pictures
Qi; their own hands. The hand is placed flat on a piece of heavy
paper or cardboard and traced all around with a lead pencil
Then, with a darning needle or other blunt point punch out
holes at frequent intervals on the pencil outline. With a needle
and colored thread or worsted the child then sews ove"r-and under
around the outline, returning the same way to fill the alternate
"To much noise here," said the
"You'll have to excuse my
friend," replied the guest, "he's
an umpire and his voice is not yet
out of playing condition."
.Nine times out of ten when the
cork is out you can tip the bottle
over without spilling anything.
Pens made of tantalum out
wear those made of steel or gold.