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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 6',
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faces of the patrons after a sheave.
I see no reason why a woman
should allow her eyebrows to meet
over her eyes or to" Show' long, ugly
scragley hairs at the corners, when
she can pull them out or even shave
Of course, some men nught object
to' this if they knew their wives did
it, but "wifey" might retort by ask
ing, "Why do you shave the back of
. yourjieck? Aren't you, as well as I,
trying to improve upon nature?"
Tomorrow after you have taken
your bath, splash cold-water all over
your face and then take a piece of
ice in a cheese cloth rag and rub it
all over your face and neck until you
have brought the blood to the sur
face. You will find this will brighten
your eyes as well as freshen your
Now plaster your face and neck
with a pure cold bream. Don't be
stingy with it; nib it in with soft
upward and circular strokes and wipe
off all the superfluous cream.
If you find that your ice ahd cream
have not given you enough color,
you can put just a very little rouge.
on each cheek. Most women who use
rouge use the kind that comes in col
ored grease- sticks. Put a little dab
upon each cheek near the eyes and
a tiny bit on your chin. Now take
a clean bit of cloth and softly spread
this upward toward the eyes and off
toward the ears.
Some girls use a little rouge on
their ears, as a tinted cheek and
white ear is apt to make one look
tubercular or anaemic. Carefully ex
amine your face in a hand glass to
see that it is not in anyway "patchy,"
then dust your face and' neck all over
with powder and again, don't be
After this takes your eyebrow
brush and carefully brush out your
eyebrows and, wipe off your lashes
with a tiny cloth between your thumb
If your eyebrows are light in color,
or thin, .apply a little mascara, which
is a watervcolor and perfectly harm
less. You can buy it at any drug
'If your lips are pale apply a little
of the tinted cold cream. This will
be good for them as well as making
them look better.
Leave all your-powder on until aft
er you have combed your hair, then
take a powder puff, or better, the
soft little brush which is used an a
baby's hair, and brush off all the su
perfluous powder, using upward
strokes until the very last, then going
over the. whole face quickly with
I'll wager after all this is done, if
you do it carefully, the grimmest
eyed old bachelor 'will not be able to
detect the slightest are in your make
up, and he will .probably go around
telling everybody what a pretty girl
you are so natural and unartificial..
Go ahead,4girls, and do everything
you can to enhance your beauty, but
remember that the cleverest and, al
most always the prettiest girl is the
one who makes are look' like nature,
at her best.
PLEDGES TO CO-OPERATE IN
WHJJE SLAVERY WAR '
New. York, March 14. Under the .
auspices of the Medical Board of Re
views, Brieux's "Damaged Goods," a.
play dealing with the medical side of
the white slave problem, was pro
duced here today.
In explanation of the production of
the play for the first time in America,,
the following statement was issued:
"Society cannot deny to those who
need it most an understanding of the
facts essential to right living and
safe living. This becomes the more
imperative when the denial of knowl
edge means that the innocent and
unprotected are left to grope blindly
in that precarioiis realm of human
passage ,in which dwell love .and the
Dernetuation of life. The vinioiis aro
the ignorant, the. pure in heart the