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she used the solution. It took two
years to do it.
The electric needle is about the
only thing with which to remove
coarse hair on the face. It is rath
er expensive, But-most girls can
economize in some way to get the
money to have the work done.
For hair on the arms, which is
so annoying when one wears the
short sleeves that are now in fash
ion, buy 5 cents worth of barium
sulphite, divide it into two parts,
and to one-half add two desert
spoons of corn starch and enough
water to make the consistency of
cream. Apply and leave on about,
a minute and a half; wash off with
tepid water. Use a wooden spoon
to mjx, as the barium turns metal
black. This is apt to burn the face,
so I would not advise its use
Just One Last Word It is the
little things of life thatmakes one
a modern martyr.
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HE WAS" GAME.
A very pretty American girl
was talking one evening in Lon
don to an English youngster.'
"And have you a sweetheartyet?"
she asked playfully. "No," said
the youngster calmly. "Stilly I'm
game enough for a bit of spoon
ing, if that's what you're after !"
Combs should not be washed.
The water is apt to split the
teeth. Use an old, fairly stiff nail
brush, working the bristles in and
out, weH, between teeth until all
dirt and fluff are removed. Then
wipe comb carefully on damp
KEEP BABY AT HOME.
By a Physician
Babies and children frequently
get sick when taken visiting.
There is a good reason fox this.
Children under five, and particu
larly babies under two, are very
susceptible td changes in water
Therefore children under five
should stay at home in-hot weath
er. However, circumstances some
times make it seem be'st, or neces
sary, to travel with little children.
In that case there are certain pre
cautions which may be taken eas
The milk should be brought to
a simmering point. This is safer
when going by train than to trust
to keeping the milk fresh with the
facilities at hand.
Boil the water just bringing it
to a boil then put it into a ther
mo bottle, after it is cooled. x
LOVE A LA MODE. '
"Did you love him at first
"No, indeed! I.had no idea he
was so rich when I met him."
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