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most wonderful cosmetic in the
Did you ever notice that when you
looked in the mirror you always smile
at yourself? Unconsciously you try
to look your best and in doing so you
I realized this the other day when
catching Miss Irene Hough in a "Ma
It seemed to me that I had never
seen anything more beautiful, al
though for once her mobile mouth
had lost its ever-ready smile. It was
this pose that brought out the beau-'
tiful shape of Miss Hough's eyes and
the delicate marking of her eyebrows.
The tilting of her chin made her
face more nearly the classic oval and
threw her throat into more sculptural
lines. Any girl of the "Madonna
type" can soon make this pose her
own by getting it properly before her
mirror and i,will add to her good
looks 50 per cent.
She must be, however, very care
ful to make the most of her eye
brows and eyelashes, if she grooni3
herself for the "Madonna type."
A little yellow vaseline on an eye
brow brush with which you carefully
brush your eyebrows night and
morning will put them into good
Do not run the brush the length of
the eyebrow and consider the work
done, Instead, brush the hair on the
brows up and then draw it along the
top of the brow. You will find that
this will make your eyebrows look
heavier and acquire better shape.
Brush your eyelashes on the upper
lid up and those on the under lid
If your eyelashes are light they will
be improved by using mascara, which
is a water color and will not hurt
them at all. You can buy this in
brown or black.
It might also be whispered in the
ear of the beauty seeking girl that if
one uses this pose of the head, habit
ually, one will never have a double
WHO IS SHE? THIS GIRL WHOSE IDENTITY IS
VEILED IN MYSTERY?
THE "MYSTERY GIRL"
She calls herself "Belva Brown."
She is 22 years old, 5 feet 4 inches
tall; has black hair and brown eyes.
She came to Anchorage Nov. 23.
She says she is a college graduate.
She talks fluently.
She speaks four languages.
Louisville, Ky., Dec 22. "Who am
"Where is my home? Where do I
In desperation that borders on des
pair the "mystery girl" of Anchorage
pleads for an answer to these ques
tions. She prays for light that will
pierce the impenetrable darkness that
shrouds her identity.
But Archorage can tell her nothing,
and, though her questions have been
sent broadcast over the country, no.
word comes back to comfort her with
tidings of the home and friends that
may await her somewhere.
On Nov. 23 the "mystery girl" came
to Anchorage, a suburb of Louis
ville, Ky. She was fashionably dress
ed, and her beauty attracted atten
tion even in a southern city noted for
its beautiful women. To those who
questioned lier she said she was "Bel
va Brown," but where she was going
she couldn't tell, why she was in An
chorage she didn't know, and she
couldn't remember where sht came
The "girl of mystery" talks of
many people and many places. She
says she lives at "1223 East av." b.ut
she cannot add the name of any city
to that address.
She tells of visits to Salt Lake City
and Ogden. She speaks often of
Omaha, Butte, Chicago and New..
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