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Fresh Air "Better
Beauty Cosmetics X
f)NE year of regular, timple exercise j
with correct breathing arid dilly
filling of the lunjj w ith fresh air will!
do mora for health, beauty and a
youthful appearance than all the cos
metiea that could he applied to the
skin. It 1 true that cream and lo
tion are necessary for ct"ansing the
skin and for aiding- finishing touches
to the toilet In fart, upon their appli
cation depends (rood grooming hut it
Is the gir! who walks In th fresh a!r,
rid In the fresh air. sleeps with her
Window open, the while inhaling fr"h
air, whofe cheeks clmv the tinge of
health for which no substitute can be
Her body ar.d system ire find with
pure, fresh nlr. and. n-. matter hew
sooth'ng an-J In- utifj 'r.s tor!i s may
be. they are not cqt4.1l to fresh a.r.
The limps need food as ss the
body, and It Is from reelect of this that
so many women are not beautiful and
Ftnnd with only s loose sown on he
fore an open window, inhnle to your
ulrnost. hold your breath several sec
onds, then exhale Repeat several
ttrnvs. This nrr should be dor.
at leant three turns a day. Continue
this prar-t.re and befnre lone you will
find that you are hroatliine; as you
rhould, and when you 1' your l-.inss
Will be properly fed. They will ex
par.d and the bo3y will develop as It
should. When your lures are thus
- rrmde strorir ar.d he!thy youth will
linger, benuty will not fade nnd illness
seldom eppear, lie-!nise the system in i
good condition will not contract die-
oes the Color o f $?our Gob&n L,if(e pui
HAPPT the woman who has her
winter tailored suit hanging
In her closet ready to don the
first cold day. Not so- mcn
to be envied is she whose tailletir cos
tume is still to be selected. Some fash
Ion anthority has said that a walking
suit th.s season can't go far wrong- if
it has a cutaway coat effect and a
waistcoat In Us makeup. ' W here - the
dree -question should be made a spe
cfal tudv bv the woman ambitious of
being: well dressed, for a right solution
of the question is capable of working
miracles in her appearance.
And so it roes all throuch the dress
world. Do you admire a particular
stvle of dress? Well and Rood, but
does it like you? Perhaps sashes de-Iia-ht
your fancy. Tou must have one.
enthusiastic anent the ruffs, but don't
wear one. It will surely make a cari
cature of you.
And the ne veils, those traced ail
over with large flowered designs. To'J
must have such a face covering, but
will it like you? It won't most de
cidedly, unless you have regular fea
tures and a complexion that is fresh
the new materials and the gorgeous-i will bw charmingly chic-and modish.!
ncss of many of the trimmings are cal
culated to dishearten the woman with '
Girls, you Can X
The minaret tunic has Invaded tailor
dom this winter, and it is a wired af
a small dress allowance.. As a matter fair like its prototype of the diapha
nous texture. These hooped skirts
of fact, the situation need noi be dis-
concerting, for this is essentially a sea- ; have been more popular In Paris than
son of leftovers. In other-words, the j In this country so far. The hoop is
combinations of materials now so fash- j placed not at the hem. which is as nar
ionable. the tunic idea, the "use of lace row as ever, but at a Doint between hln
j flouncing on evening ; frocks and the and knee, and serves to distend the
The most charitable construction to i possibility of using a totally different j drapery o " that
place upon the unsuitable thinps one j fabric for
i sees worn by the wrong woman is that economy.
I she really believes that she lookB like j For instance.
make for ! point than at the bottom of the skirL
I Of course these hoops are very light
f you have a modish i and do not give the least stiffness to a
light silk frock or a black charmeuse costume, but let me say' that only De
left over from the summer wardrobe I compiished French couturiers have soma!-:
e a lace tunic (or you can buy on ! quired the an of. handling the hoop
ready to adjust over the frock) and successfully.
' you will have a delightful costume for
! the afternoon tango dancing tea. Worn
j with a stunning hat this costume is
I beyond reproach.
nntlipr perp'exlr.g question Just now
the wn'M ! wear mi!-, the rather
One of the deml-tallored suits In the
illustration shows a slightly ' hooped
coat also. .The coat buttons down the othy does.
side in Russian fashion and is trim-
Jihicl; street .-oat su.l- i'ae that w ill med' with astrakhan.
produce-the-homogeneous effect of al For afternoon-suits silk, is a material
REVIVING WILTED ROSES.
VE all have been distressed nt hav
ing i 'joi'-r rses w ilt h.-fore thrlr
I'm Here I a way to ne the he?.;:
tles in d"trss Try putt. tig the funs
Into boiling water. Itcfore Immersing
them In the m;Ii lightly scrape down
the limp em so that the hot water
will soak through. The ties: way Is to
;ut the withered flowers in a deep
pitcher and pour the boiling water the
en'lre dep'h of the stems, leaving the
roses tilime the surface. In a short
while rou will lave fresh blossoms.
You tu.is'n t lay the (lower them
selves In the hot water Just have it
rover the menu Tins is a point that
ho'jtd nut be iVi-rluol;e:i
AN CDD CRAZE.
'I'O be nui l date h!I wo:
mrM l.ow e;
tir poi-ki boo'.
gripped ;ti lie '
coufi' li 1 U' I :i :
: ; l.it.r Minify t.ig
i-'er thi arm or
i 1. Hex ei on any ache
Thai tj the land most mys-
ter.ous) il-rtee wll.' !: lis K""e foltll
In the worlil of f.'shion
ln'i'::rM- rit.i.Ie nrinn;' the phj:i
w .ere Ir ;i l!.er h i f e-iti hels. hanil
iiais iii-ft 'er i;ooil h re so!ii iihown
Hint, itlti eiuli l aiiilli-s and strjjis are
stiil at!a heil to thee artl' ies
FOR ACHING. TIRED FEET.
I.'l.'M pil.ll'lll. I'urillM:. tlteil feet a
! ! fool l.a'h. .ii w hi-i two tal le
spoiirit'l's of ua.-h:!.g Ho'la have been
dlyo!vo. taken verv other ntul.t, a ad
' a iii!i dot tfot lia'h on the. alternate
cities. 11! Ie foilTui ver' eoultorllll
and will restore t e feet to a normal
condition. I'rom ten to fifteen minutes
"" t long enough lor th- bth.
; Syr : 2 : K-Nt - I she really believes that she looks like For instance, if you have a modish 1 and do not give the least stiffness to a
rff"f XX '9 ? . VI it I the r:eht woman while w-earine them
(YbPs ' &t i ' "i'v-''-STv x - I J All this make believe is so unnecessary ;
.if? ,iJ 'ry-'-' , : I this season when one takes into ac-!
J , . . . ,,'Vi . . . ' ; t . I count the marvelous variety of what
: '"s.tf.jjl. .' ' -. : - " v- is smart, a variety that gives every
'"';- f. ' f 1- - z "C s y-ss- I woman an opportunity to surround
- K? A2?:ml wA'v ATTOrsv-''? 'XiJL ATriX ' . s
v . . Vf-.X w;M - r.--;.i W n " '. t- fc ;) If 5
AFTERNOON SUIT OF BLACK ' ! J f v'" " -"O'rff
. : . . . rV,. . .Ns. tiaJ,J'
pHE great French dressmaker. Paul
Poiret. who Is now In this country,
when asked if it is possible to tango
in the new skirts, replied In this fash
ion: "The mode is not concerned with
the practical." .
Well, perhaps the modo doesn't care,
but the girl who . tangoes does, and
she knows that it is more fun to dance
in a skirt that lets her dance. " '"
Anti-tangoists nra.y be thankful that
the present mode has limited the gym
nastic operations of the dancers. - They
gasp as they imagine what dance halls
would look like .it skirts save more
freedom.. They don't care if Dorothy
has been forced to be stately, not by
Not only are the fiat flounces her sense of propriety, but by-the clr
but so Is the peplum of the cumference of her gown. But
average woman falls Is in the color of
th's same suit rather than in the cut.
I'rul I'oiret. the famous Parisian cou
tu' lt :. rea tor of tie hobble skirt.' the
tiairm gown and the minaret frock,
says "American women are not daring
enoiiKh In their eolor schemes." Cer-'
taia'y this fau't cannot he laid at t.ie i since -everyooay is weanns a sasn.
door of this wonderful conjurer of nu- Now. If your waist Is tiot of sash pro
cures portions beware of this sartorial b;an
In chonslrg dress colors It tRkes ( dshment. In the bewildering variety
mueh me skill to sole-'t the shade j of stunning modes you will find com
that likes you than just to lay hands I pensation. . . - - ,
V'ou want, very likely. . one. of Jhe
new neck ruffs, those wide fiar'MiB af-
only colors to be considered, but shades j fairs that look so allurlr.g on fpsiiion
I of these colors. "r.e tone of a color' plate ladies and around the. neck's Of
. r.i.iy not suit you at all. and anot her ! slim young girls. Take -note that not
ittiay have exi.cily the opposite effect. one of these becomlns accessories in
! It takes el! the artist tn a woman to the pictures appears about the tieck'of
'know colors and shades that, one I a stout, short necked woman. - If yoli
might say. like her. This phase of the I are like unto one of these.. gv on tieing
upon your favorite color, which re
uuires r.o skill at all. There are not
6UIT WITH WIRED . FLOUNCES.
SAXE BLUE BROCADED MODEL.
herself with and to 'wear that Which
will bring out her best points, Here
the proper dress attitude: Adept. 'a
single . motif, a colpr that harmonize;
with your hair, complexion and eyes.
Then choose your gowns and hats ac
To be sure, the sumptuousness of
gown and at the. same . time . be light j much employed, and moire takes the
and comfortable. The "solution -of the lead ' Iri this fabric. An exquisite
problem is the combination i.f white
ind colored chiffon with the introduc
tion of some sort of link to establish a
rjiation between the skirt .and. the
waist. And if you add a narrow -edging
of fur eb"Ut the bodice the result
"sloiichy" costume Is pictured of black
moire with a Japanese sash and orien
The other cuts show tailored suits of
a -formal character of silk and wool
brocade. CATHERINE TALBOT.
So does DorothV mother, who. has
seen so many pretty frocks tofn at the
knees when her energetic daughter
forgot and tried to dip.
This season Dorothy's new tango
gown is made w ith lots of room at the
knees. It is narrow at the bottom, as
the. mode demands, but th drapery
about the knee is so arranged that
there will be no straining of the ma
terial, no matter how much the kneea
OALT on the fingers when cleaning
" fowls, meat or fish will prevent
slipping, and a little vinegar will pre
When making apple pie the flavor Is
much Improved and the apples will
keep in good color if a few drop of
lemon juice are squeezed over the ap
ples just before the crust Is put on.
When eggs are scarce and are needed
for puddings a desrertspoonful of corn
starch will take the place of one egg.
Iced tea when desired for luncheon
or dinner should be prepared In the
To keep rugs from rolling up at the
corners sew a heavy iron ring on each
corner on the underside.
Unbleached muslin makes an excel
lent cover for the Ironing board. If
two or three pieces cut and hemmed to
fit are kept at hand there will always
be a fresh cover ready In case of mis
hap. AN IDEA FOR THE BRIDE.
TF before acknowledging her wedding
presents the bride will provide her
self with an illustrated catalogue from
a jeweler she will have no difficulty
identifying unfamiliar pieces and calling-
them by their right names tn .her
notes of thanks. 'Each season brings
its novelties, and. especially away from
the shopping centers, the young wo
man is sometimes bewildered by the
plateaux, the sandw ich tongs, . the
sliced lemon fork, the teapot -tile and
such newer things that come to her.
One bride was sorely perplexed by a
silver acorn with a screw underneath
until a catalogue was produced and It
was discovered to 'be a Outch cheese
I)UT Into your suit case or trunk a
strong sash curtain extension rod
and several long hatpins If spare la
limited stretch this rod upon the hook
supports of the closet. Hang 'waists
and light skirts on this rod by passing
the hatpin through one side of the Col
lar band or skirt . band, then over the
rod and through the other side.
The Ubiquitous Sash
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'I I I H V ! ! you do your Christmas shopping early.
There are really ' not so very many
LT.VEIIT year for a few weeks before
! Christmas frantic appeals are put
THE problem of how to feed a child
who will not drink mill; was one
of the difficulties the food and feeding
committee of the New York child wel
fare exhibit encountered when It be
gan to prepare practical daily menus
for children In families having as lit
tle as JS')0 a year lr.eonie.
For ordinary children who will drink
milk the committee found little diffi
culty tn arranging admirable meals to
the cutest Thimrs Imaginable for rnl-
isoy s oressing taoie. ana ice iswcei - ' kTTlJ3TQJe
grass baskets are of the newest shapes. X ' -
The dolls may be purchased attired in t I I Ht 'l
weeks before the hoUday season will i Thosa lltne-novelties make cliarminS-i'L00 ?boi!t v"u; Madam, Housewife.
h. h-, n,i ,.nt... , ,, w.inir Chrktma. :ft - I itnij - rea 11 iiib lueratuie wiiicii
-Lace is another offering that may, be i '"P""-o esecia., .. ......
picked up every now and the., on Imr-! benefttand avail yourself of its llluim
galn counters. No more '.acceptable f nH"K ' suggestions. Readjust your
find interesting presents If you keep gift, could be mcde to a young girl than i o mat use ess running ,0 am,
your eyes open. Onlv buy things which I a really good 1t,ce collar and cuff set orj trn ' eliminated, rake stocK of your
you would .vourself'like to receive for ! a set of real Irish lace medallions. (cooking apparatus and weed out the
. - . I urph'38,. worn an;n!3 ana ntiic-r
NEW WAY TO COOK MACARONI. PO" replace them with new and
iif.i. . a o f-.ior, whether or not other persons would ' rpHRO.W a half pound of .ma car. mi "" '
cost as little as IS and a fraction cents I .... . J- ,. . -:1 ....... ...u 1 Study the best methods of sweeping
rushed to death it's time now to begin
collecting gi'ts. ' . .
No matter where you are. you can
gifts. 'Unless you naturally have poor
ta.-ae this is a good way" to judge
POP. semldress occasions the young
woman at boarding school cannot
well do without a frock similar to the
me pictured It is a chic little crea
tion which seems to fit In exactly for
a number of functions.
The material used for the aklrt Is
gray blue eolienne. and the bodice of
TANGO EFFECT OF SLACK SATIN.
a day for children two to four years
old ar.d not more than to cents a day
tor children as old as twelve years.
In the first dietary 8 cents a day was
devoted to milk, either in its raw state
or used in other ways, but in the case
of the particular four-year-old who
would not drink milk it was necessary
to make puddings, cocoa, etc.. which
I v. ou'.d contain milk in a concealed
j form. The arrangir.s of this diet made
a difference of over 5 cents a day la
! food costs, so that the particular your.g
I person or four-year-old who has not
j the m.lk dr.cklng habit is a greater ex
' pense to Its parents.
After much consideration, under the
leadership tf Or. f wart at, the follow
ing menu was devised' f or . the non
milk drinking child:
Ch.ld. fojr. rars oid. who will not drink
milk, one quart concealed. -
BRTAKF6T. 7 A. M.'
Rolled oa's and dates cooked with one
ha'f cupf-Jh of milk malcled .round, one
smuir baked apple, two slices of buttered
iwiebaek and one cupful of weak cocoa.
10 A. M.
One slice of stale bread and butter.
DINNER. IS M -Puree
of green peas. n rup: croutons,
or.e S'lce bread? crearry on tvast. one
h!f evg. o:e slice toast: o-:e-half cup
milk; caramel Junket, on half cup.
SUPPER. rv M.
Two date , sandwiches, one cupful of
like to receive the gifts you choose.: -into fast boiling water ..with one
If Vftli sinvlhtnii SL-hieh von thinU : rrnriniirfiil of lt A rot one oiirie. nf
would Please some friend buv It and butter.'' Roll fast for twent'v minnies. , complishlng . the fall sewing.
a room or of making a cake or of jr.
label It us mod as you buy 1L Fans,
JJECONCILF. yourself to the fact that , stock.
ou must have a sash in nur lertly
GOOD ROACH REMEDY.
HOUSEWIVES who have tried
I 011111115 vvi lunau wtvti a
. : .. . ..
TleaJ'2' - ti-H
wooden "1ir.I,,-,,euuies auu men suck u intrin
ss closely as posslnie. ir you nave
servants explain to them what you are
endeavoring to accomplish and try to
secure their co-operation.
Io not think lhal because your moth
er Jnd grandmother managed to keep
house .very cornfortahjy. without any
scientific' knowledge none-Is advisible.
Vour mother and your grandmother
used candles instead of electricity or
tras, but do you refuse the later con
venience because of that fact?
Pon't think thst because you are the
middle aged mother of grown children
you are too old to learn new methods.
One is never too old to improve.
DOLLS FOR THE ORESSING TABLE.
email pieces of pottery, card cases or
The Japanese sash has a but
bow li ch up in the back.
Much .f the attraction of the tango' numerable ways to rid their homes
. s.ish lies in the 1y-.n1;. It Is ridiculous- cf cockroaoties will find the follow ing ! purses, sewing kits, manicure sets.
! ly easy to roske. Take a bla strip a j method effective: Buy .-a sulphur can- folding slippers and many other useful
j ard and three-quarters in ler.gth and , die. place H on an UJ dfsh. place the j gifts may be picked up.
t :x incl-es wifie- hem it on both sides I dish over a nail of roid'Wett.r tn the! Awav from the larce -fttes the on-
wardrobe. It may or may not be fas
tened to a gown, but It muM be there;
also ou must know some of the vari
ous ways ot arranging it attractively.
Would Jou have It a toreador? Then -r: lrvlt. serves as a finish for h. i sin V if thought best- Remove foorl- I nortunities for cnllet-rmc ifi nre al
so that It Is of bright striped silk and. eri'Is. The tango scsh in the cut is a stuff from the pantry also anything ' most as numerous. Jf you are In a
w ind it about tba waist, tylnu it ove! smart affair of black satin. The bodice 1 with a silver or fcHj f.rosh . Light the j neighborhood here Indian aweet grass
r.e hip in a knot, with short ends j is of sheer net over alt over Sl Call candle, dose doors and windows for baskets are sold select a capacious bas
hanjru.g at one s.de ' embroidery. A wide flounce drapery . two hours at least tover nose and j ket to hold a thimbie. a aweet grass
The naL'tch sasb. hor.-evr. Is a broad falls from the bust to below the belt ! entee thf room treated and air well.; needlebook. a scissors guard, a small
afa.r that enclr.es the si tyir. In : nr.. and. by the wav. waist lines are-Sweep up the pests 'asd burn or put . tovwed basket for holding buttons, a
front, ki d the plste ash is a straight i a'rr.oM as unfashionable as ears Bothi Into the garbage paif Irrrmediately. Re-j grass based pincushion, and any other
and Hut distrtbuliou of material !tb;rr entirely covered frum Tiew these 1 peat treatment every l weeks until j odds and ends you care to buy. The
nan er.U vea.ug ovr tLe vlfcer like a' days- i free from the nuisance. 1 noveltl seen in the Illustration are
- FOR WINTER USE.
TIEP.E'S nnother dainty for the win
ter preserve closet. Are you in the
habit of makins Jam or green toma
toes and plnepp!e? If you make
some this year just try spreading it on
thin slices of buttered bread.
A rule, said to be excellent, directs
the maker to cut firm green tomatoes
Into thin slices and boil them until
tender, adding granulated sugar in the
proportion of three-quarters of a
pound to every pound of fruit. Weigh
this when done and for every fourteen
pounds of tomatoes add the Juice of a
large nr. of pineapples. Mash the pine
apple to a pulp; then boil all togelher
for a quarter of an hour, stirring con-
.... stantly. Dissolve one-half ounce of
Meanwhile make a good white. ,aliu for .,. rime.n po,lfld, t
Jam and add. I.et the mixture rami to
a tioil. remove from the fire and pour
Into iar. t-et it utanri uncovered for
all the while Into a smooth' velvety lB,enJy.four hour9.
cream and not allowed to curdle. Keep!
hot and covered until the macaroni Is! " .
cooked and has been well drained and! PIANO BATH STOOLS.
returned to the pan. to which add the j TVSCAF.DED piano atools are ep'.en-
obeese. and butter and the white sauce did for bathrooms They can be
to- be heated together over the fire, at' enameled any color and a bath towel
the last minute adding a gill of cream.' placed on top and have an advantage
sauce with two ounces of melted but
fer. two ounces of grated cheese, t.ne
our.ee of flour. This should be stirred
but take care that the macaroni does
not overcook and become insipid and
aticky a very bad fa alt. Serve at once.
over those purchased, as they are more
substantiaJ - and can be made any
printed chiffon has conventional, rosea
and green leaves sprinkled over its
p.nk background. The girdle of black
plush is au interesting feature. Any
color scheme or fabric that drapes well
could be used to advantage in tbla
model, w hicb. ta simple and iti the earne
tune extremely modisb,