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NO EXCUSE FOR POOR; TEETH JNTHESE DAYS
LESSONSTROM IRENE HOUGH'S BEAUTY.
Don't HaveAny of, Your Front Teeth Filled Withhold
T BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
"It's all very well, to" ibistupon
smiliner." said a friend to me 'the
other day, who has''been- reading
which have been pointed by portraits
of Miss 3rehe HpOgK "Judged, the
most beautiful girLinvAmerica, "but
what shall a girl do who does not
in this .day of wonderful and pain
less dentistry-there, is no excuse for
i-girl having bad teeth.
Tfie late Richard Mansfield said
these beauty stories,; the morals of very, often that one of the greatest
essentials to the actor was a set of
good teeth. He insisted they not only
added to, the actor's appearance but
,that,.he. could articulate better If he
have good teeth? "
had all his teeth.
1 an8wnYo$t:Bni"pha,ti'cally'"tftat( 'Don'tby any possibility have any