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yot ? GJ?S O W TO TAKE CARE OF
YOUR SKIITIN SUMMER TIME
By Madame .Millefleurs.
Be out of doors as "much as possl
ble during the long summer days.
Exercise enough to get Often into
profuse perspiration. But do not
needlessly burn or tan your hands
and face. If you are going for a
motor ride or a game of golf rub
your face over with cold cream made
after the following recipe and then
This skin food and cream is used
by nearly all reputable beauty spe
cialists, and time and use has shown
it is much the best ointment for
preserving and softening the skin
that is known: White wax, one-half
ounce; spermaceti, one-half ounce;
lanolin, one ounce, sweet almond oil,
two ounces; cocoanut oil, one ounce.
Take off the fire and beat until
fid, adding, little by little, two
ounces of orange flower water, to
-' Ich five drops of tincture of ben
zoin have been added. Be sure to
beat the ingredients constantly until
quite cold. They must be of the best
and purest quality, and the druggist
from whom they are purchased must
weigh them carefully.
After wiping off all the cream dust
your face and neck with a pure pow
der. If unfortunately you get sunburn
ed cover your face with a paste made
of subnite of bismuth and lemon
juice. Put this on immediately and it
will allay the pain and take the red
ness out. Use hot water freely on
your face at night and then cover for
a few minutes with cloths wet In cold
Do not tan your face and hands
needlessly. Tan does not always de
note health, for you can be just as
healthy with a fine complexion as
with an ugly one.
Never put water on "your face,
hands or arms immediately , after
coming in from out of doors. Try
rubbing the dirt off with cold cream. I
I think that once a day is often
enough to wash one's face -with
water, either summer or winter, and
this should be done just before going
Use plenty of soap, much hot
water and scrub your skin well. The
remainder of the time you can do as
the little son of a friend of mine did.
He had been sent to the bathroom for
a bath and came out with a very dirty
"Why, Bobby," said his mother,
"didn't I tell you to take a bath?"
"But your face is very dirty." '
"Well, I don't always wash my face
when I take a bath," said Bobby.
Blbomington, 111. Earl B. Biddle,
43, postmaster at efcroy, El., until he
was arrested for embezzlement,
found dead in his yard. Carbolic acid.
Newport, R. I. Society is observ
ing the Sunday law all right. Mrs.
Stuyvesant Fish ended her Saturday
night dinner dance one minute before
midnight; Mrs. R. T. Wilson began
hers at one minute after midnight