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erace for all women. That is, they j the feetslightly apart Then alter- a
are very simple and take but a few
minutes time eacn aay, nor uo xney
entail expensive outfits that only the
idle rich woman can afford.
They are written expressly for the
woman who, although busy during
most of her waking hours, still
wants to find some way to keep her
body healthy and herself beautiful
The first article and the following
ones are illustrated by stunning pic
tures of America's 1915 beauty
Miss Kay Laurel of "Ziegfeld Fol
lies," New York.
Miss Laurel, in addition to her
fame as a beauty, is known as the
girl with the "Most Wonderful Figure
in the World."
She keps her figure because she
is athletic, and she has correctly
posed for the different positions for
the exercises to be explained in this
s'eries of articles.
Here are simple exercises to rest
the tired nerves:
Stand with the feet slightly apart,
the weight of the body on the balls
of the feet Rise on. your toes,
breathing deeply as you rise and ex
haling as you lower yourself. Re
peat five times. Then shift the weight
of the body to the right foot as Bhown
in the illustration to the left ' Hold
this pose for a count of 'five. Then
swing the weight to the left foot and
count five again. Repeat this ten
Take the first position again with
nately bring your hands up to the
head as shown in the picture to ine-i
right, rising on the toes and breath
ing deeply as you do. so. Repeat this
exercise, raising first the right, then
the left hand, ten times.
Practice those exercises and you
will soon begin to feel soothed and
refreshed, and nerve and body fag,
the fag that produces wrinkles, will
WE ARE SEVEN
I met a resolution good,
As pure and white as heaven;
I asked, "How many may you be?"
It answered, "We are seven. y
"One brother went to a saloon
And never more was seen,
And one who had a little game
Lies in the churchyard green-.
"One brother ran a little bill; ,
I never saw him more.
Another, who got up too late,
I know has gone before.
"Then still another cussed a bit
And vanished from our gaze,
While one a Wall st flyer took
And walks no more these ways.
"Then you alone are left!" I cried,
"The rest have gone to heaven!"
But still the resolution wept
And answered, "We are seven."
The marriage game is an endur
BY THE NIP-IN AT THE WAIST YOU MAY KNOW
BY BETTY BROWN
The gently nipped-in waistline is
one of the things you can't help but
notice if you cast an observing, eye
on the new fall frocks for almost
all of them are more or less in-drawn
at the waist Just to show you how
graceful and pretty this fitted waist
may be, I sketched this model the
ntHw da'v In the studio of Mme. Rei-
chert of the Fashion Art League of
Velvet in a golden brown tint was
used to develop the gown, whiqh
proves its up-to-dateness, not only by
the fitted waistline, but by the flaring
skirt of the rather long coat Tabs
embroidered- in green and brown
make a pretty garniture at the belt