tips ofvthe fingers so that the
drefinger of each hand will meet
at the spot where the last mas
sage left off. This will bring the
fingers of eacfr hancToVer an ear
at the junctme of the hair and
skin. In the same manner'as be
fore, they should work over the,
hair roots- with light and deep
massage until the fingertips meet
at the certferat the top.
Third Movement The fingers
of each hand are placed so as-tq
meet at the back, 'of the neck
where the hair begins, and, de
scribing the same motions as be
fore, they work themselves up
ward to the center .
In this manner te entire scalp,
in less than five minutes, receives
a thorough stimulation. The-hair
responds at once and will be
found full of life and electricity,
where before it was lifeless and
dull. It wiU also make the whole
head feel lighter and better. It
wil! keep the scalp healthy and
prevent the hair from falling.
If you will send me a self-ad-tlressed
envelope mcare of this
paper I wilf stfrtd you the recipe
for a splendid hair tonic Besure
that you dress your hair becom
ingly, and the simpler you dress
it the better. There is nothing so
hideous as a lot of false puffs and
braids on the head of ,pretty girl
' who would look stunning if she
would only wear her own "glory
crown" put up in a, fashion that
1 Just One Last Word Keep
your hair clean and fluffy. Brush
it until it blooms and it won't
make any difference if you do not
comb it in tiie latest fashion if the
way you dress it b becoming.
Sighing is,ofteu an audible ex
pression of some emotion. But
often ibis an involuntary inspira
tion, and e.spira.tiani caused fay in
sufficient oxygen jn the body.
"' Sighing is then,a health barometer-'
In "such case,s it "is merely an
qtfref name for oxygen starva-
'QpivAnd it should"be taken as a
Often the person who has be
come subject to the sighing habit
will fin$,qn self termination that
heis in a more or less yun-down
The remedy is frequently the
re-arraflgement -"of conditions
which, wjll . jnjlk'e, it possible to
havemoreatr r-mqre free, fresh
air to breathe.
If .you are a sigher," index the
air facilities- &V& ventilation in
the place or places in which you
customarily work or Uve'
If you are sighing and don't
know any good reason for the ac
tion, get Up and open a window;
go through a few simple exer
cises; move anjuhd briskly; get
some rno're air into your lungs
and then gp back to the occupa
tion of tWhQttr. You will prob
ably findy6ur sighing tendency
diminishing and finally disap
o o ,
"Perkins believes nearly every
thing he hears.
"But's he s'tone deaf."
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