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your throat. ""
To cany year head gracefully you
must stand correctly. Have you no
ticed that, since the "Venus slojjch"
has come in, no girl carries her head
gracefully. " --
It is usually droopy, with the chin
thrust forward. If you will stand on
the balls of your feet and look out
straight in front of you, you cannot
help carrying your head gracefully.
People who make a practice of
reading character from the face take
great stock in the way the head is
carried. If it is droopy, with theschin
thrust slightly out. they say it means
that the person lacks initiative, but
is, withal, a bit stubborn.
If the head is held high and the
chin back, the person will probably
be found egotistical and self-centered.
If the head leans a little to one
side, it suggests a variable nature. If
it is thrown back, with the chin well
up, you can suppose the person to be
very aristocratic and snobbish.
However, I will cite you one ex
ception that proves the rule.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth has this
carriage of the head and,it has been
often commented upon by acquaint
ances. It seems, however, that Mrs.
Longworth has a trouble with her
eyes and carries her head, in that way
to help her vision.
Turkey is using tin cans as war
material, probably tying them to gen
erals to increase the efficiency of the
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT
There are more than one kind.
There's one would work if work
But he no job can find.
The other kind's a shiftless cuss;
He'd rather mooch a dime,
Than do a day of honest work.
He progs most all the time.
Look it up -in the dictionary.
ON THE STAGE
Irishman A warbler of love-ballads.
German A comedian.
Englishman One who marries for
Frenchman Fraudulent count or
manager of a restaurant.
Spaniard A former and revenge
ful lover of a musical comedy leading
Russian A bearded villain.
American A hero.
A TIME KILLER
"How is it, Johnnie, that you have
such a dislike for me?" said John
nie's sister's caller. "I have never
done anything to deserve it"
"Yes, you have," replied the boy.
"When you come to see our Cora she
always puts the clock back, and it
makes me late for school in the
ARTIST'S YOUNG MODEL WIFE SAYS LOVE
PICTURES ARE "DAUBS"
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 5. When
Henry Lovins, the weHniown Cali
fornia artist, asked Eleanor Johnson, Sous in color, with the brushmarks
his favorite model, to become his
wife 3 years ago he painted a won
derful word picture of love in a cot
tage with roses cHmbing about the
door. Conjuring up that picture
again in the divorce court here re
cently, Mrs. Eleanor Lovins declares j- Lovins. is seeking freedom.
it has proven but an ugly daub; that
it was sadly out of drawing and hid-
Neighbors to whom the artist hus
band objected, and "homely $40
hats" also figure in the review of
"Love in a Bungalow," before the
divorce tribunal here, where Mrs.