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fair," and they make no apology for
the time they spend assisting mother
But, more's the pity, beauty costs
the modern woman quite a bit It's
not a gift that's- tobe had for the
asking, though mere money will not
buy it Habits of right living, habits
of right thinking, eternal vigilance in
warding off such foes as crow's feet,
chapped lips that ts the price she
pays for her good looks.
"I have a great many friends," said
Miss Irene Hough, the most beautiful
telephone girl in America, "but I truly
believe that my best friend is my
"Nature gave me a good complex
ion, and I don't intend to lose it if I
can help it So each evening I con
sult 'friend mirror' and make close
examination of my face. I spy out
any possible black heads that the
grime of the office are "sure to leave
there. I study my lips to see if they
are smooth and of good color. I
watch for crow's feet that may come
treking around my eyes, and I look
for any creases under my chin or
around my throat.
"A business girl applies business
methods to even such affairs as pre
serving her complexion. When I find
there's need of complexion repairs I
do just what I do when my switch
board is out of order. I see that the
repairs are made.
"I send the black heads flying with
a good face-steaming; I smooth my
lips out with co(d cream, ad I dab
cream on them every night and morn-
BOY INTERPRETER FOR
San Francisco, Cal. "Er kann . estly,
English sprechen; wir nur Deutch."
Thus the 150 German refugees
who recently arrived here from Tsing
Tau, taken by the Japanese, singled
out little 12-year-old Gustav Flieth,
"who spoke English," as the inter
preter for the party.
"You see," said little Gustav, mod-
ing, and I massage the creases under ,
my chin with coco-butter. I take t
these treatments just as often as my
complexion needs them."
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD IS REAL
STAFF OF LIFE
By Caroline Coe
We use too much fine flour, too
much fine-grained bread, for the good
of our stomachs, say the medical
men, and in the Interest of health we
should make more frequent use of
whole wheat bread. This is a very
good recipe for bread made of entire
Two cups of scalded milk.
One-third cup of molasses.
One teaspoon of salt
One cake of yeast, dissolved in one- -half
cup of tepid water. " x
Five cups of whole wheat flour.
One teaspoon of lard.
Add molasses, salt and lard to the
milk. Allow to cool and, when luke
warm, add the flour and yeast liquid.
Miv well for five or ten minutes. Al
low to rise to double its size. Beat
again five minutes. Turn into well
greased bread pan. having pan half
full. Let rise not quite double in size.
Bake in slow oven one hour.
In twenty years Buenos Aires has
almost trebled Its population and be
come -the largest city south of the
equator, the largest Spanish-speaking
city in the world, the second larg
est Latin city Paris alone outrank
in git and the third largest city in
the western world.
"my English came in handy
after all," Then he told of exciting
things he had seen .during the bom
bardment of the German outpost in
the Orient, and of hardships suffered -by
those who with him fled the city
and are now on their way back to
The other youngsters in the party,
and many of the oldsters, too, regard
- .-sog -