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snoke In something of a tone of tri
ifmph. ''You are a practical man," was the
cpmment of Mr. Biddle, as he did look
Mid was told what had caused the
water to recede.
"I simply blew out the ravine wall,"
explained Bruce. "The dynamite did
it. There's a vent now that may fill
up the ravine, but you won't have
any flood hereabouts."
" So practical a man was Bruce, in
deed, that Mr. Biddle offered him the
superintendency of his plant when he
started up again.
So sensible was Bruce, that he pro
posed to Verona within a month,
married her in two, and the pretty
cottage had new occupants.
AVOID TOOMJCH SUN
By Billie Burke.
" The small hats that we are wear
ing this summer will have a bad ef
fect upon the eyes.
A hat should be really used more
for shading the eyes than for pro
tecting the head, if it is to he a use
ful article of apparel. (In the case
of women we know it is not).
'However, if it be only for ornament
it is much prettier if it shades the
eyes. It makes blue eyes bluer;
brown eyes darker and black eyes
softer to partly hide them under a
We have almost gotten, out of the
notion of carrying parasols nowadays
and we have grown to love the sun
as much as our grandmothers feared
it. But we must remember that like
everything else in this world but love
and health we can, have too much
The sun directly in the eyes day
after day will weaken them and also,
plant a nice little network of wrin
kles about them, making one old and.
ugly before one's time.
If you wear a small hat out in the
sun be sure that you have given your
complexion a slight coating of pow
der and wear a veil.
For tennis, golf or other outdoor
sports, always wear a hat that shades
the eyes and if you can wear loose
A woman who tans her hands and
burns her arms at the sea shore or
on the tennis court will find that
the skin is never so fine and white
Don't try to get a "fine healthy
coat of tan," as you will regret it
when you come back to the city and
want your skin to be white again.
You can live out-of-doors, drink in
all the life-giving summer air and
enjoy the long sunshiny afternoons
without ruining your complexion or
weakening your eyes if you use a lit
tle common sense.
Take one pint of stewed apples,
drain all water; when drained add
one cup of sugar and a pinch of salt;
beat four eggs very light and add to
apples; add one pint of sweet milk.
Stir well. Grate a little nutmeg over
the top. Bake one-half an hour.
The three important factors in the
treatment of tuberculosis are food,
rest and fresh air. Meat, eggs and
milk in generous quantities are the
stable articles of diet The process of
overfeeding must be carefully
watched and. indigestion prevents