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MAKING FOR HEALTH
SYSTEMATIC DAILY EXERCISE A
NECESSITY OF LIFE.
Fyture Health of Children Depend
Largely Upon fie First Year of
Their Upbuilding Fresh Air
the Vital Point.
H 1b rcnlly pathetic to see young
girls and women who for the want of
ft llttlo systematic dally exercise are
thin, pallid and weakly. Many -women
are really not. what they ninae them
selves believe they am. At the slight
est exertion they say they are fatigued
all fagged out, unablo to do anything
elso for the reft of the day. This
feeling la really Juet a habit that they
have acquired and should get rid of
aa noon aa pormlble. If you want to
live long and bo healthy get the no
tion out of your head that every llt
tlo thing tires you all out, and that
It Is Impossible to do more than a few
regular, necesuary little duties every
Unless a woman Is bodily 111 or crip
pled there la no reason why she can
not send the blood bounding through
all her veins In such a manner aa to
stamp the glow of health upon her en
tiro body. Mothers of large fnmllles
with a household to superintend have
not much time, I know, but It Is their
duty to see that their children tako
some form of exerclso dally aide
from the regular routine. Their fu
ture health and life depend upon It.
Dozens and dozens of sickly and con
sumptive children aro being saved
yearly by hygienic habits, fresh air,
punshino and exercise.
It la not necessary to adopt exer
cises which tako up a great deal of
time unless one wishes to and has
tho time to give, nor Is It necessary
to have all sorts of apparatus to ob
tain the best results In exerclBlng.
One of the best built women I ever
saw told mo the other day that sho
exercised ever sinco she could re
member, and never had any bought
Instruments for her work. Everything
was home-made. To their use and to
bunshlno and pure, fresh air, she owes
all that she Is today.
It Is an easy thing to add a simple
exercise to one's regular toilet work
in the morning and again a little at
night before retiring. It may be just
lenrnlng to breathe properly. Yet this
alone can save you from a cold or per
haps something more serious.
In the mornini; when you awake, If
possible, have, someone come into
your room beforo you rise and throw
wide your windows if they have, not
he en fully open throughout the night.
Lie limp In bed. Inhale through tho
nose. Kill your lungs to their fullest
rapacity and then slowly exhale. Bo
this at least four times or six If you
wish. Just beforo retiring at night,
and without any restrictive clothing,
Btand at an open window with hands
on hips, thumbs pointed backward and
while inhaling rise slowly upon the
toes; hold the breath while counting
three, and slowly, whilo exhaling,
drop hack upon tbo feet Repeat a
half dozen times. Six minutes night
and morning is all that is necessary.
The true value of that twelve minutes
of exercise every day, if continued
for five or six months, will be so fully
apparent that if it required twice tho
amount of time you could not bo
tempted to give it up.
If tho coming generation Is to he
strong and healthy tho present one
must pave the way, and to do this pa
rents and children alike must tako
Borne active exercise.
IN VELVET AND VELVETEEN
Gorgeous Wraps Are to Be a Feature
cf Styles That Will .Vlark
the Coming Season.
Velvet and velveteen are to he
used again this winter in the compo
sition of comfortable and handsome
outer wrapB. Theso have many points
of usefulness, which fully acounted
for their great popularity last year
and in the spring. They are, how
ever, only suitable for wearing over
short skirts which do not need hold
ing up, and even so they are apt to
be In the way on muddy days, for It
Is very difficult to cleanso mud stains
On the other hand, they frequently
rave tho trouble of changing the
dress, since they lend a sufficiently
afternoon appearance to tho figure
even when they are worn over com
paratively plain costumes. They also
form an admirable background for
furs, with a glimpse of lace at the
A smart model has a turned-back
collar of sailor shape not extended in
long revers to the waist, which forma
a pleasant change. On the waist line
It Is fastened by a motif of folded
black velvet and braid, and to this
fastening It is drawn slightly up In
fullness from the right to the left
side. This gives it a very up-to-date
air for anybody who has the patience
to be eternally brushing.
Face of Serge.
Yf any who are puzzled to determine
which Is the right side of serge will
follow this rule, given nie some years
ago by a worker in cloth, tho difficulty
will vanish, suys a contributor to
Needlecraft. Whenever there are di
agonal lines in tho weave, as In serge,
or In the pattern, as In somo suitings,
these lines run from the upper right
hand corner to the lower left-hand, cn
the right tilde. In many materials oth
er than srge, these diagonal lines
may bo seen, such as merino, cash
mere, and rven broadcloth, though not
io evident lu tha latter.
A Budget of Queries.
Will you please tell me If It Is nec
essary to thank or express your pleas
ure to a young gentleman each time
after be has taken you to a place of
amusement providing you have been
going with him steady?
Also, is It proper for a girl of eigh
teen to allow a young man to kiss
her Eood night If she has been going
with blm steady for only four months?
Should a gentleman ask to call on
a girl each time he wishes to sea her,
or Is It a girl's privilege to ask him
to come and see her. 13. S. II. and
P. J. II.
It Is always polite to thank a per
son who has shown you any attention,
even If that person be a well-known
friend. I consider It decidedly Im
proper to kiss a man good night, and
ungentlemanly In him to ask It. He
has no right to your kisses and wlir
respect you much moro If you hold
yourself In reserve. It Is r.ot neces
sary to ask permission to call every
time, for among good friends It Is un
derstood that they are -welcome.
Questions From "Brown Eyes."
I am very much Interested In your
corner of the paper and would like
to ask you a few questions.
My birthday is In December, on tho
lath. I would like to Invite a few
of my girl friends In the afternoon
and some of my boy friends In the
evening. I will be sixteen and will
have them como on either Saturday
How should I word the invitations?
What shall I have for refreshments
for the girls and boys after supper?
How should I entertain them?
For this party I think I would a8k
tho guests, tell the girls you want
them to come In the afternoon and
the boys in the evening for the ice
cream and birthday cake.
After all have arrived why not have
charades, acting out tho words, coffee
(cough fee), dramatic (dram-attic),
sinecure (sin e cure). You will find
this makes good fun.
A Suitable Toast.
Please give me a good toast to glvo
at a Christian Endeavor society gathi
erlng. X. Y. Z.
Try this, seems to me It ought to
do very nicely:
To those who havo pusred me on the
highway and gavr greeting.
To the possible friends who have come
my way whose eyes lingered aa
they fell on mine,
May they ever be eager with youth,
and strong with fellowship
May they never miss a wetcome or
want a comrade. McUee.
Engaging the Minister.
Have read your valuable Informa
tion In answer to questions and I
want to ask you a few questions my
self. When both parties concerned
In a marriage attend the same church,
which should engage the minister to
perform the ceremony? A. M. H.
In tho Instance mentioned, where
both go to the same church, I think
it would be best for the two to call
together, or the "man iu the case"
may go alone, or the arrangements
could be made by a letter to the min.
later from the bridegroom-elect.
I would bo most grateful if you
would ctllne for me a simple but cor
rect luncheon menu. Janet
Chicken Croquettes. Green Peas.
Creamed Potatoes. Finger Rolls,.
Wafers. N'eufchatel Cheese.
Ico Cream. Claret Sauce.
Saiall Angel Cakes.
Guest Book Verses.
Kindly give me through your column
verses suitable for a guest book. A
I think felther of these quotations
"Dear Lord, I thank thee for my
"Glvo to the world the best you
have, and the best will como back to
To Use Advertisements.
Will you kindly tell me how to use
advertisements at a party as a con
test? Ily using a picture, should they
know the manufacturer? J. A.
Uso Just the picture with the name
of manufacturer left off. It Is aston
ishing how' much wu do not know
when H comes to guoBsln; "ads," al
though they may bo eeet every da;
ud all are familiar.
A UIDBE.2- DANGER
It Is a duty of TJA "J""1
the Ir'dar-vs to rid
the blood i f nric
scid, an irritating
poison that Is coti
slanlly forming in-
When the iM- ;' s'
niy fail, uric acid -.. .'""
caunri rneumanc j ,. . ,
attack J, heailache, rVT ''--f
urinary troubles, (
wsak evea, dropsy!";
or heart dise.no.
Pills help thn kid
neys fight off uric
acid b ringing
new strength to
weak kiduo and
relief from backache nd urinary ill
A MMIUOAJt CACK.
fcfrm. O. W. j.turr, 4 ift Whrrman At.,
Oorunna, Mich., any: "t'ha pain through
iha amnll of my back wrra an avara that
inmfc'lmti t could rot tt out of a chair.
If I toopi'il, 1 woulfl ni-arly- toppla ovr,
I had awful dlxry apMa and my houaR
work vil a burden. Inan'a Kidney Tllla
hptped ma from tha flrat and conllnuad
uaa entirely cured ma."
Gat Dota't at A ay Drat Stmt, 80s a Bo
FOSTER. MILBURN CO.. Bnffalo. New York
iV 4 ft'
RW toll r W -ay
beast Mar, prt.
rite rr fef.rin MtS
LU ll7 Ha n,t.
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t I aWlriU Fera, !!,
WANTED TO FINISH THE J03
Pride In His Work, Not Tender Heart,
Was What Induced the Chauffeur
They were going along the public
highway at a leisurely rate of forty
miles per hour, when a decrepit hen
and rooster started to do the chicken
special cross the. road.
The front and hind wheels on the
right side struck the poor, old, stiff
Jointed rooster amidships, and with
one squawk he succumbed.
Immediately the man at tho steering
wheel Btarted to slow down and to
look about for a place to turn.
His solicitous wife turned to her
seatmate and said:
"Isn't that Just like his tender heart?
He won't be satisfied unless he goes
back and settles for that rooster. He
Just can't bear to feel he has Injured
anyone or anything."
Then louder, to her husband, she
said: "George, remember that sp
polntmenL Wo haven't any tlmo to
go back for anything."
Glancing at the clock near his feet
and at the speedometer near by, bo
sighed and said:
"You're right, Jennie; but I Just
know If I had turned back I could
have killed that old Tien Just as easy
as I did tho rooster." Judge.
He You ay that all you want is
a good home and a good husband. I
can 6urely furnish you a good home.
She Hut can you furnish mo a
Lost Trousers Playing Poker.
William Verne appeared in a Detroit
police coudt attired in a dress coat
and some underwear he had bet the
trousers in a poker game tho evening
before and lost. His cash, his watch
and his diamonds preceded the trou
sers into the "bank." The trousers
were of good quality, so William bet
several bluo chips on them. Hut his
luck didu't turn and when ho was
cleaned out again he broke up the
game by quitting. He begged the loan
of tho trousers to go home In, but
the bank took no risks and declined
So William started in dress coat and
underwear and was arrested.
A woman teacher was explaining
gender to a grade of young children
as visitors entered. They begged her
to continue, as they would bo de
lighted to hear the children's replies
"Children," she asked, "what is
'girl.' 'woman,' 'man'?"
One little hand was so eager, she
appealed to the ov. ner proudly.
"Girls la females, woman Is a male
and man's a human bean." Judge.
"Who was this great god Pan you
read about who worked on pipes?"
"I guess he was a boss plumber."
"You can't put water colors In an
"You can. sea blue, can't you?"
6oua et t.o
t. -' v . I 1 I
t Vv. 1 1
letters a man doesn't write are
never read In court.
IXWIS' Finn! Finder rrr; ijttrn
yr on the mrfcet and alwnya the ax ma
rich Minifying quality. Adv.
The chnp who poes as a "good fel
low" Is apt to get the short end of It
Una. Wlnalow's Bathing: Pjrnp for r"hllrtrit
ttblnc, aoftiia '-ua guma, rtiurff Inflamttia
tlori, al laa pal n.curaa wl nl nil let a botUe-M
Farmer (seeing a water cart for
the first time) Dang me, Halhert, If
these Lunnon chaps ain't smart) Just
look what that feller's flud np at
the back of 'is watron to keep boys
from hangln' on bo'ind!" London
Dr.Plroe'i rintmnt Pllet rr yulattand lrjTf?
urate itomarh, llrRraod bowcla. Bu.r-coaUxl.
tloy gnuauioa, easy lu take a candy. Adv.
Just Before the Battle.
"Would you marry him If you were
"I'd marry anyone that asked me. If
I were you."
There Were Others.
"You." sighed the rejected lover,
"would find your name writfen In im
perishable characters on my heart
could, you but look."
"So," murmured the fa!r young
thing who was aware of the fact that
the swain had been playing Romeo
at the seaside for something like 20
years. "So? Then you must have a
heart like a local directory by this
time." Tit Pits.
A llttlo girl on awakening Thanks
giving morning was asked what she
was thankful for.
"Oh, a big turkey dinner and no
school," was the prompt reply.
"But," inquired her mother In sur
prise, "are you not thankful that you
have papa and mamma?"
"Oh, I can be thankful for them any
"Well," said the proud father as
the doctor entered the room, "what
Is it a bo' or a girl?"
"I'll give you two gueeses, and even
then you won't guess right," said the
"Tush! nonsense!" said the proud
"Nope," said the doctor.
"Ah girl, then?" said the proud
"Nope," said the doctor.
"Ah I know," said the proud
father, sadly. Harper's Weekly.
TROUBLE IN DINING ROOM
Little Mlxup Between Ladies Accepted
Philosophically by the Torpidville
"At one time yesterday It looked
like we was going to have a little
trouble here In the dining room, but It
didn't come to nothln' much," related
the landlord of the Torpidville tavern.
"Maxine and Sylphle, the young la
dies that are waitin'table, got to squab
blin' about, a p'int of etiquette, or the
merits of their respective fellers, or
something that-a-way, as ladles Is
everlastin'ly doln'; and Sylphle, 1 reck
on it was, told Maxine, or mebby Max
ine told Sylphle anyhow, one told the
other that she wasn't no better than
she ort to be. And Maxine, or
Sylphle, whichever It was, got sorter
fussy about It, and answered that she
was too, and she didn't care who knew
it! And then they kind o' tied In on
each other and went 'round and 'round
as It were, and it took 'em quite a
while after it was over to wash the
ketchup and broken glass out of their
coffers, as they call their hair. But
that's all It amounted to, and there's
no use in firln' 'em, for ladles will be
ladles and there ain't no help for It"
Kansas City Sun.
RASH ON FACE FOR 2 YEARS
Sioux Falls, S. D. "My trouble of
skin disease started merely as a rash
on my face and neck, but it grew and
kept getting worse until largo scabs
would form, fester and break. This
was Just on the one sUlo of my face,
but It soon scattered to the other
side. I suffered a great deal, especial
ly at night, on account of its itching
and burning. I would scratch It and
of course that irritated It very much.
This rash was on my face for about
two yenrs, sometimes breaking out
lots worse and forming larger sores.
It kept me from sleeping day or night
for a couplo of months. My face look
ed disgraceful and I was almost
ashamed to be seen by my friends.
"A friend asked me to try Cutlcura
Soap and Cutlcura Ointment. I would
bathe my face with hot water and a
lot cf Cutlcura Soap, then I would put
on the Cutlcura Olnnivent. In less
than two days' time, the soreness and
inflammation had almost entirely dis
appeared, and in four weeks' time you
could not soe any erf tho rash. Now
my face Is without a spot of any kind.
I also use- them for my scalp and hair.
They cured me completely." (Signed)
Miss Tansy Hutehins. Feb. 6. 1913.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment add
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32 p. Skin Book. Addrees
poet-card "Cutlcura, Dept. U Boatca."
Pome of the charity thaf begins at
home Isn't worth maklns a fuss about
ugly, BfUxly, gray hdlra. U "LA
4a ' ui i. av ia. . at J.'aw
Tills is a Delias Llkturc UrnLrcIIa
Whether yon smoke Duke's Mixture in pfic or cigar
ette, it is delightfully satisfying:. Everywhere- it It the
choice of men who want real, catur&l tobacco.
ff r ifY J
In each 5c sack there are one Gild O half rancs of
choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, rnilj,
rich best sort of granulated tobacco. Enoogh tojnake
many good, satisfying- cigarettes the kind that .makes
rolling popular. And with each sack you get a' present
coupon and a book of cigarette papers free.
Get an Umbrella Free
The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of ralu- ;
Able presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles
but many desirable presents for women and children
A Most Useful Present
F or You and Yours
Tha auperioc matcriala aaeJ. tbo excep
tional ear in manufacture, and tha areU
tuoara and Cha aucceatful Watcrmaa
patenta, mike tiiia pea the etandird oi
tha writing world arerrwuera.
Aiwaya read 7 and accurate.
"The Pen That' Fits Every Hand"
Not Used to "High Life."
An old farmer was in Loudon visit
ing his son, who had got on In the
world, and who kept a large house,
When the two eat down to dinner
the Erst night a manservant waited
upon them, and was most assiduous
in his attentions to the old farmer.
After watching his antics for a bit the
"What the mischief aro ye daneln"
about like that for? Can ye not draw
In yer chair and sit down? I'm sure
there's enough nere for tho three of
us." London Mall.
Protecting Valuable Interests.
,rWhy do yon charge so much extra
for putting In a load of coal?"
"Well." replied the dealer, "you
know coal is coal, and while It costs I
a little more, it is better to have any- ;
body that handles It bonded." j
Important to Wotners
Kxamuitt carvluilr eTtry bottl ot
CAtiTOKlA. a aafe and ure remedy for
lufauta and chlldroa, and see that It
uu cmiurt'u, iua boo inai u
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletebcr'i Castoria ;
Most of the so called theatrical stars
Hope is a pneumatic tire that is
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gloves and masks, etc.
and January pnly'wa
tvill send our illustrated
catalogue of presents
FREE to any address. Ask
for it on a postal, toiay.
OowtT frtfm fhttt's Mixture jr
be n't-t-'d viih tnet trom HORhE
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In Western Canada's
Free Homestead Area
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For tunbnr particulars wrl& to
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