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cerise and browns are all quite
popular. The girl with a great
deaf of color, whether she be
blonde or brunette, can usually
wear green, bu if she be sallow
she must keep away from it.
Cerise is more becoming to the
creamy-ocomplexibned girl, and
brown is especially becoming to
brown-eyed, "brown-haired girls,
who are fortunate enough to have
a light complexion. While yel
low has been thought to be the
color of the brunette, yet a blonde
with real golden hair can wear it
Some colors we associate with
certain types and characteristics.
Black will make one look oil and
sedate. Gray will give a placid,
demure appearance to a girl who
wears it. Red is apt to make one
look hard. Don't you remember
that the adventuress on the stage
usually wears red? Purple used
judiciously will give color to a
black or gray costume, but a
Whole gown of purple will give
the effect of opulence and sen
sourness. Blue is a cold color and will
temper a high colored complexion
and aggsessive personality. Pink
is warm arid dainty, but unless
a woman is very sure of her com
plexion she should not wear, it
after she is 25.
White is probably the most
becoming color that can be worn.
It suits every one from the new
born "babe to the octogenarian.
It softens the hardest features,
makes grandmother look like a
int, and grea granddaughter
lure a cherup. Every woman
should wear as much white as
possible, as it. gives the effect of
daintiness and rleanliness.
There is a psychological inuu
ence of color upon every one
about you, so if you would have
a pleasihg personality you must
wear only those colorings which
not only agree with your com
plexion and size, but with your
temperament as well.
Just one last word don't wear
a color because your chum, who
is your exact opposite, looks well
in it. .
Mr. Ill I can't sleep nights,
doctor. What shall I do?
Doctor Sleep days and worle
nights. Two dollars, please.
Good brown bread can be made
by taking some of sponge for
white bjead, stiffening- with
brown flour not so stiff as for
white bread and adding a little