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' ý3 a ;. . i ·;, ~ I~'i 0 M ao -x,31wi'1 come to $sieak ' d.` . uffYgee" neit e4it0esday evening in ,t'f Preaby rian 'ifarch. -Miss Rowan is en tel socretaty of the Loyal Tonipr fsice legioa branch of the 'Woft Christian Temperance union, aelit'out as a national lecturer for tlhe W. C. . ., Misa Rowan's home is in karnsa ad, ahe is prdpared to a esen wlth a thority questions "whic'W ilay beh asked about prpllbition In Kaaseass. Ahe .i a, .boillaas4 speaker With *a chalmniig 4iatf mitesein4e ;A cor dial' J#'tIoh-::# extended to every person in Missoula to. hear Miss Rowan next Wedfiesday even'ig at 8 O'clock.t There will be no charge for admission and a silver offering will be received during the evening. Miss Irene McQuarrie Hostess. Miss Irene 'itcQuarrie was hostess at a valentine. party Friday evening at her home on South Sixth street, west. Her guests were Misses May Spohn, Goldie Walder, Helen Magee, Mary Evans, Mildred Wood, Dorothy McDonald; Messrs. Vivian Walters, Teddy and Joe Hansen, Victor Schip MISS MAHALA GREEN. : Bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Estella Bryan and Fritz F. Larson, solefnfized last Tuesday' evening at the Bryan home on Stephens avenue. poreit, Gordon McDonald and Herbert McQuarrie. Decorations, games and refreshments all carried the pretty devices of St. Valentine's day. West Side Club. An enjoyable session was held by the West Side club Friday afternoon at the Lowell school. Mrs. Trudeau gave a splendid, paper on "What the Home Nurse Ehouil Know," and Mrs. Koontz one on "What to Do in an Emergency." Current events were also discussed. Plans have been made by the club to hold a Martha Wash ington tea next Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to which all friends will be welcome. Maple Leaf "500" Club. Mrs. John Leonard entertained the Maple Leaf "500" club last Tuesday evening at her home on West Pine street. Mesdames Hornsby,' White, Wilburn, Van Pelt, Leek, Garner and Wilkinson, enjoyed a game of cards and dainty refreshments served by the hostess. L. A. to A. O. H. Mrs. Charles B. McCool will enter tain the members and friends of the Ladies' auxiliaryl to the Ancient Order of Hibernians at cards next Tuesday evenjng at her home, 301 North Sec ond street, west. She will be pleased to have the gentlemnen as well as the ladies nterested in the A. . . O share in the entertainment. At Lolo. SMrs. W. H. Rock has as her house guests for the week-end at Lolo Misses Eva and Susie Baudmann and Miss Gladys Roberts. A variety of outdoor sports add to the pleasure of the visit for the young ladies. At the Brechbill Home. A company of young people includ ing Mt. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. rs. Mayo Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bovee, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Perry, Misses Holley and Etta Brech bill; Messrs. Fred Quimby, Walter Jackman, Willard Perry, Lester Coch mmamm th • .mbe .n ,.ind of . . Vietrola IV Viciola XVI $15 $300 )I ·s-J saoo Which style Victrola do you prefer? The portable models ($i 5, $25,, $40, $50) are often, selected because they are easier to move from room to room, if desired, than the fuill-length cabinet styles ($75, $100, $150, $200). No matter which instrument you. select, whether the $15 Victrola or the Victrola XVI at $200, or any style between, they all play every record in the Victor catalog. Step in any time and heir your favorite music, and let us explain how you can easily secure £ Victrola. . ORTON B rS State Distributers .118, fast Cedar -o i sscwia ran, Cal Jobnson, Sit oe Merrick, ifnvadedd! , ie! e. bii home on Solith Setiai$i iother e`eniig after the rtmeAtier;, enjoyed a. spread of gdo " 1 eat and an hoil of danutg the hespitanlty o ,Mf and Mrs;. br bill tcost delightful ,L 4 . to B. iof R. T. Mr.'and Mrs. H. S. Blakii y ente taiged' the Ladies'- *iaillarji to, Briqtherhood of Ralway rt'ra.t and friends at their hornse, l n htlll steet There was a gtame oft aith valentines given as lav4.rs. dainty supper With valentinie tr mings. During the evening' the ladi4 presented 1Mrs... Blakney With . bah home writing desk eqtuipped with el trie lights. Those present were and .Mrs. Clinkenbeard, Mr., ani4 Mutphy, Mr. and Mrs. 1jtooks.s: and Mrs. Noll, Mr. and Mt',-. A Mr. and' Mrs. Jefferson; Mesd hiary, Frazier, Lucas, At Ft Cueinrings,.- Meaders, Cole, Da S'turrn, DrUry, Aylwat'n; .Pricer Taylor; Miss 'Lyle of Helena ahid J. Buckner. Altar Society. ". The regular monthly tnetting f4 Aqtar sdiciety of the Chatdh 'ot d. Francis Xavier .was~ .held ,,Thur afterhoon 1i the asaembly roo1s of1 Loyola high school. A social hp 'with 5 o'clockl ted was enjoyed by large company of ladies who ate iintP ing this society a live and effectI,' organization. Married Ladies' Sodality. Mrs. R. c. Harris will be hostess for' the Married Ladies' Sodality of the Church of St. Francis Xavier and their friends at a benefit tea to be given next Wednesday afternoon from 2:30 o'clock until 5 at her home, 228 South Sixth street, west. Dancing Party. A pretty dancing party' was enjoyed by the guests of the Lennox Ias4 "Mon day evening. Tihe .sp'colou' dih:tig room was' cleared and decorateld all in yellow and white with yellow s..ades \ver the lights. Card tables were placed in the parlors for the pleasure of those who did not care to dance. P'nch was served in the hallway. The good time was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Leichner and carried to a happy conclusion by the hospitality of' Mrs. Hemmick. Music was provided by El mer Jahr and Miss Therriault. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Hemmick, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney West, Mr. and Mrs. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Leichner; Mrs. West; Misses Sites, Blank, Paterstrom, Cotterly, Smith, Lockwood, Samuels, Beull, Ilemmick and Farley; MesSrs. 'onard, F'aier, Hamel, Danner, Spear, Stahl, Miller. '-ollert, Kruse, Weaver, Carlson, Be dell, Gajan, Grunner, Cary, Bell and McBride. Ladies of the G. A. R. The Ladies of the G. A. R. will meet in regular session next Tuesday even ing at the Knights of Pythias hall. There will be initiation of new mem hers followed by a social hour with refreshments. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Thie local chapter of lKappa Kappa Gamma gave a theater party at the Empress yesterday afternoon, followed by supper at the home of Miss Doro thy Sterling and a sleigh ride to Frenchtown in the evening. Hostesses and guests were Mesdames Scheuch, W\ilkinson, Coffman, Kinney; Misses Grace Mathewson, Mary Elrod, Mar jorie. Ross, Abbie Lucy, Ruth Cronk, Anne Rector, Irene Murray, Josephine Polleys, Ona Sloane, Maude McCul laough, Mary Brown, Ruth Lahr, Gladys and Elizabeth Lewis, Vera Anderson, 'Helen Buckley, Beatrice Taber, Katherine Sutherlin, Katherine Murr, Alberta Stone, Virginia Dixon, Patricia O'Flynn, Jessie Railsback, Ruth Worden, Isabel Ronan, Anabel Ross, Dorothy Sterling, Mildred In galls, Gladine Lewis, Cecile Johnson, Grace Leary, Frances Birdsall and Eva Coffee. At Orchard Homes. The postponed session of the Wom en's auxiliary to 'the Orchard Homes Country Life club will be held next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the Hawthorne school. Miss Lucile Brewer of the university faculty will give a demonstration of ways of cook ing and 'serving eggs. Thy Orchard Homes Country Life Iclub will hold next Friday evening a.t _____________________________________ I' Suffrage Tour Lesson in Dv..ton7 yi , J , . r <` NN ' 4 " . ... 4 MR. AND MRS. JAMES LEES LAIDLAW AND JEANNETTE RANKIN (RIGHT.) An object lesson in devotion to a 1 cause, wnas the greatest valie of tie visit paid Missoula last 'T'iesday hb Mr. and Mrs. James Lees lahilavw. Missoula citizens are not grritle in need of arguments to ion\v-lrt th.n( t., belief iin the right and tlih, pir:alical benefits of equal suffrage for nlln .nd d women. The city is alreatdy \ell or ganized for the campaign of tilh ran:l ing months and there is no d(ol:bt of loyal and effective service on tlie iart of its thinking men and womenl It was, however, a treat to have such guests as Mr. and Mrs. I,.a!l:t .v In the city. They are a notablle type of the world's leadqrs in thoughll aalr d action; because they are giving them- selves wholly to a cause which they believe to he worthy. It would be sol much easier for Mr. Laidlaw to give his talents and his time to developing his already extensive interests or tol the clubhouse the postponed program of tableaux and the old folks' chorus. This will be an open meeting to which all friends from town are invited. The ladies of the club will have refresh ments and candy on sale at this time. Woman's Club. The Literature department, with Miss Harriet Hord in the chair, had charge of the program at the regular meeting of the Woman's club yester day afternoon in the Masonic tenlple. Musical numbers were given by Miss Marie Lebkicher, who played "A. I)., 1620," by McDlowell, and an encore, "Love Song," by Tostoi; and by Miss Ethel Hughes, \vwho sang, "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," from "Sampson and Delilah," by Saint-Saens. The address of the afternoon was given by Professor W. W. Kemp, Ph.D., of the university faculty. ]Dr. Kemp talked of "t.hangek in Modern Life and Edu cation," tracing the growth in meth ods and ideals from the little old red schoolhouse to the wonderfully well equipped educational halls of today. Among many interesting and instruc tive points made by Dr. Kemp, espe cially important was his plea for a closer sympathy between the home and the school, calling upon mothers to give more thoughtful supervision of the home study hour and to take a keener interest in methods used in the schoolroom. Miss Hord called upon Miss Alma Binzell to add a few words of her opinion and experience In regard to the relation of modern mothers and modern schools. Double Anniversary. Friday was the birthday and wed ding anniversary of t'onductor T. H. Murphy and some of his friends planned to manke proper recognition of the occasion, A .aerry group of them gathered and descended upon the Murphy home, 1308 Cooper street. i'heir arrival was a compllete surprise to the' modest ;railway man, hut he made the best of things and recovered finely from the shock of the appear ance of the throng. Tile visitors were dressed in comic -costumes alnd they bore a lot of burlesque presenuts whith they delivered with proper pomp and ceremony. Not all of the gifts were of the hurlesque class, however. There 'were substantial reminders of the high esteem in which Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are held. Prizes for ex cellence in the design and wearing of hard-times costumes were awarded to Mr. Rickert and Mrs. Talbot. Prizes for the games were won by Mrs. Kershing and Mrs. Borden. The booby awards went to Mr. Host and Mr. Kershing. A pleasant supper followed. Martin Borden, famous as a story teller, acted as toastmaster and added vastly to the enjoyment of the guests. Those present were: Messrs. and Mesdames Ward, -Van Etta. Talbot, KersaHing, Borden, Reost, Brakecry and Murphy. Department Meetings. The Muslc departlhent of the Wom an's club will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. H. T. Foriis. Mrs. George Porter will give a paper on "Madame Butterfly" -and there will be illus trtilve selections played. lche Domestic Science department will meet with Mrs. R. W. Kemp at her home on Connell avenue MondLy afternoon. "What Housewives Should Know About Digestion" will be dis cussed by Mrs. Harry B. Farnsworth. Mer. Johnson Hestesg. Mrs. Robri. 'ohinson was hostess Thur.da4. evnaing for a ulelghiag traveling foil personal 'joyment.. IMr. Laidlaw is in constant demiiand for the most charming socill flunctions of t New York city and her awn heaunti ful home offers IvIr ipportutilty for luxurious ease. "WhlVtilhr ithe ballot is given to the wolnin of the ITnited States or not, will int:, 1., small differ- I ence to her individual flllofrt. i The impelling for, lr t liasendls these I two wealthy and hihtlly iillcited per- I sons out into a ihall and prolonged I hattle is the sam, thit: sends Miss Jeannette Rankin into thec field. It is ;Itn Iunselfish love for Ihunlllli welfare, ietthused with,bellf in the effective ness of a certain liimens, political equality for men an Ii women. Mr.. and Mrs. Laidllwi are dllgihtful to meet socially. They are magnetic I and sparkling with tlh' joy 1of life. They are able to toucht the springs of 4 interest in each perrson they nceet and to leave a sense' of sympilatt and t party, her guests lbing M.esdamies Rose McLaughlin, James Ciorbett, J. J. Fahnlender, Thomas itirke, M. Burke. C~onlon, D)eschamps. Steiger, lDutnham, Bickel, Zimmer, Kraluis andI Miss Theresa Jones. Ater a delightful ride about the cily, the ladies were treated to a deliciou:s supper. Young Married Folks' Club. Dr. and Mrs. E. 1I. Freooze enter thined the Young Marrield F'lis' Bridge club lfriday evenin, ai( their home oil (era';lldl avenue. 'lThese wIho had part in the happy hoslitality of fered by Dr. aniidi Mrs. r'.oze were Mr. and Mrs. J.. . Lucy, Mr. anld Mrs. O. M. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. (Gllbert Reinhard, Mr. and Mrs. (ilh(rtr lHey fron, Mr. and Mrs. 1udgar Polleys, Mr.. and Mrs. ('. E. Simons, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Forbis, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Miss Josephine Polleysh and Miss Anabel Ross. Birthday IParty. A party of "young people galthered at the home of Fred Schilling T'hurs day evening to celebrate his seiven feepth birthday. Music, gamnes and dancing were the diversions out the evening and a delicious supper was served. ROUGH BEHAVIOR, (Froth Judge.) Cutting an acquaintance. Breaking into society. Mashing a girl. Hitting the, high places. Smashing a record,. Knockigg a performance. Choking off a speaker. Ripping out an oath. Hlanging a picture, Roasting a neighbor. Jumping into a proposition. Killing time. -Harvey Prake. Yo aia Pi oneº, tcsediagJlaw prigs isetsatily rnd It. C'0 MISSOQU LA .ANA .-:I good comradeship. They are partners, not only with each other, but also with human nature. Not only it the great mass meeting of citizens at the Missoula theater last Tuesday, but Inl Iwo social functions earlillr .in the day, tMr. and Mrs. iaidlaw made natly adniring friends. A :luncheon was given at the Palace hotel for Mr. ILaidlaw. Messrs. Rymtlan, Lusk, Keith, Ptone, Thomnipson, Toole, Dixon, Ster lnig, Donohue. Mcleod, were seated at luncheon wllh tthe guest of honor and later escorted hti I thlrough gtlsolme of the plblilc buildings of .the city. A large compllny of both ladles and geintlemet called to Iltpa' their respects to Mr. antl Mrs. Lalidlaw at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tylar 1.1 Thompson from 4 o'clock until 6(. Mr. and Mrs. laidlaw left at mlld nitht for Pacific cotast cities, where they will be for soine weeOks visitg aind looking after imttlers of Ipersonlal tbusinesos. IF CHILD IS CROSS, FEVERISH AND SICK Look, Mother! If Tongue Is Coatdd Give "California Syrup of Figs." Chilren love this "fruillt laxative," and lnothling else cleannses Ille tlender stomach, liver ani howels so nicely. A chitl simply will not stop playillng ito enitly the bowels, andl the result is, they become lightly loigged with waste, liver gets sllliggish, stomach souirs, then youir little one becon(es cross, half-slck, feverish, don't eat, sleepl or nct naturally, breath is bad, system frill of cold. has sire throat, stomach -ache or diarrhoea. Listen, mothert See if tongue is coated, thln give a teaspoonful of ''C"'allfornia Syrup of Figs," and in a few hoIturs all the constipated waste, sour hile and undl gested food )passes nut of the systerp, and you have a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrup of Figs" becanse iit Is perfectly harmless; children love it, and It never, fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. (;:t the gen uine, made by "California Fig Syrutp Company." IRefuse any other kind with contemapt.---Adv. AN EDUCATIONAL VALENTINE. (,rmn Judge.) There's nothnlllg ILthat's nollldern abouLt a wheel ha rroVw, If we're talking of vehicles now; There's nothillig that's roulern in (Cpllil's )est. arrow, And 1 fear it will never stritke you. If Cupid would work through the Imovlice, and show you Ilow wildly ily hea rt thumpy thurnpa. Yoii'd s-(o Ithat lmy love is the reel thing, antd, oh! ytou Vouii.ll pity min, heroe In the dumpsl For such moving pictuores wliluld cer tainly mnovie you More than valentine Inlaiive'I, I wren; So on Valentine's day It will surely he hoove you To watch for my heart on the screen. ---trace Mclinstry. TODAY. (l"ron) Judge.) ller goWleuht cost five hundred beans; Her furs, fouu figures in a row; 1ler hatt removed from lapa's jeans A hundlred shokels more or so. In fact, though she's bt.t in her 'tegns, She's quite the dearest girl I know. L=Grrippe Leaves Its Vietims Peo'trate. Some victims of la grippe hever fully recover the health of the lungs, and persistent coughing is weakening. The quick action of Foley's Honey and Tar makes It valuable In severe la gtlppe coughs. F. G. Prevo, Bedford. Ind., writes: "La grippe left me with a se vere gough that Foley's Itoner and Tar( outed, and I am back to my hormal weight." Missoula Drug Co.--Av. A h Difference inf Complexion in a Few : "Thp Stage Has Never Produced Such a Sparkling Beauty As That of Va- I leaka Suratt. Here Are Some of the Secrets Which Have Given Her the Beauty Fame She Now Enjoys. By Valeska Suratt. I T DOES not require the exercise of much gray matter to realize that I heauty is not even "skin dep." T'Ih) difference hbetween yoll - complexion and that of the "heautifull." petulant 1 Mrs. Jones across the way, is merely a. surface distinelion. .No (lass of 1 women has atlly longer ita lnolpolly of heauty. With even just a few L'ornmu las in your halnds which I give you here, l (You cancquire at a startlingly small coat and for very liltl trotuble bleauty eveit mlore trtan.celltent shall she who lnas "fooled and fiddled" for years at her dressing Intlh' with the ordinary low-powered creamst sold inl "Jt Makes, the Skin of Face, Arms, Hands and Neck Exquisitely Beautiful." thie stores. If y . 1i 1111 '' derttatul fully this oppl, ortulltyY, there I: nothing on earth 1that can prevetnt > il ,quir ilng the supit erln tive ciitalrll whil hl.i has been your heart's airmirng,'t wish. These formunnls yoillt tllx yuor i self Iat homeI n I : Ia ew llinulllll., iand for only a few celts You an I ('ill ie a quantity far greater thain yon would get if any of the iprepar'ed articles sohl at ntiny tiles thle price. Isere Is the fortn lltl whi'h ntal.is (tie exquisite, satiny skin huntlifitr which has never had a rival lfor quic'k, sIdln did results. Mix two IatlesponIo ull of glyeerine and onel oti lllc'l of11' i ntloll in iia pint of hoit waller. It will lforl't ai t' cream. WVthet cool It is l'r'iil' ii use. The llntone will cost no llral than r0 cemits it the dr.hug tore. Thlis credal shouldl h se us1 Vier'y Itlerlally everl'y lday. It will reltmove every apot, freckle aitd hilonishl, giving Ithe skin a marvelous puritY and froeshnless. TWO-Si('OItF,-- know of Ilnnlllltnr ahble instances of women even of (' (' (i lltl die atge halving spent ml(lllisH tonl mlOnLths utHln vrilurls hmight cYOralMs, face-sHteaTllngs, I .laigls, i II '., willh little result, anhd tlhen, by IIt' uise of the followingll wrinkle rl'mlover', pro dtlring a; differonelle' of years in their l.(ppelt'lr'n e nl' i Hl ort tlli '. ' 'ho r sulits ar very stlrkin . mull llnt \V lnnll shouldh e I w.ithout a ,Ii llnitiy of hllie PICTURE FRAMING Large variety of mouldings to select from. Artistic work and appropriate materials our specialty. BARGAINS IN WALL PAPER SIMONS' PAINT AND PAPER HOUSE 312-316 Higgins Avenue No Fit! No Pay! It1v1 yvolt h nll "rlll noI'fw .I. Lll li nndl s T' he clothea WP hJandle are( the lost ml -I i.m'- en ow u nllllllnl llts ('o an buy. We are lgent 'lll for llh Ilyal TahlloiI; l ml i fir' ' A. I, ,inge'r & Co.'s8 ftlrous union hbud W line. We have no cheap suits, It flor fit land' wo)rkmanship you uIrlll in l 'lll P I ' l'* ' l. V1'' 1R a u ttf ll';ll ('o H |!4;l I'I: IIn l tll -- 11 fit, 110 aty. Louis E. Kennedy Men's Furnishings 503 NORTH HIGGINS AVENUE, MISSOULA II'-`- -- -- -"-- -- - Geo. Pringle 112-114 W. Spruce St., Mile. Manlufrtctulre of and Dealer in Italian and American Marble, Scotch, Swedis h and Ameri can Granite. Monuments and Headstones A large assortment of the above always on hand or manufaptured,to, order. My facilities for producing and furnishing the finest work are unexcelled. Write or call on us for detalls and prices. Our workmanship is ex pert, and we guarantee satisfaction. 1ZC C.A-DAY CLAS8 ADS ALWAYS G3T cream. Mix it yourself.att h follows: To half a pint O. hot r add two ounces of e5itol atnd blespoonfuls of glycerite. T't. ~ a earcrn. When cool, apply re.,.JY, every day, being generous .with it, The eptol will cost not more than O0 cents at any drug store. Tbils,,c m removes light and deep wrinkleIa .es of worry, habit and age, and #tvp a very pronounced Youthful plumpit~es to the skin. MISS h. W. G.-The only way to have beautiful hair is to force it. You can spend a lifetime with the ordintry hair tonics sold trying to tease it into healthy growth, bhut the game is not worth tthe candle. Here is the hair treatment formula, that will produce astlonishing results in a short time. It will akio stop hair from falling. Mix onet-half pinlt anch of water and alco hol (or inke one pint of imported bay ruim if you wish ) and add one ounce of betia-iiinoil. It is then ready to use. It is fragrant, cleanly, and crontalins no oil. Tile beta-quinol costs no imore than 50 cents at the driug store. MlItS. \VI)RRY--Yes, it is very difficult ho develop the bust, but I have known the following formula to proll ,te very good results. Never use Irichtllanica appliances on the alst. Massage is of Very little use. Mix half a cutp of sugar, two ounces of rtletonre al a halt pint o beot water. Of this take two tea spoonlful. after meals and at ded time. This is absolutely safe and is thie onlly thing that I would ree louilsiillit. The rletone you can obtain at the drug store for $1.00. ,i1sS TItIARY--.Hlair on the tipper lip. auhi for Ithat mratter, nl any part of the face, arns, shoulders, armpits, and eve(n (n the tenderest skin lay he posltively removed by tlh, use of rsimple sulfo solution. T'rhis does tout burn off the hair and leave a horn or red spotc as other hair remr' overI rl: sItI I hlvutr riably do, but tilmplIy dissol'ves away the hair. Sinn itie suif stolultioin ('ailt be obtained at tdrllg slores for $1.00. MRllS. t'. 11. - Yoil have probably iiever heard of nYtlhilng that wolld remolive blackhti'eads in :a few minuths, but her'O it is. It in always effective, torlldllucos nll iinjury whnatever. Get nll roxin it ally drug store for not mi)re thn 510 r('ents, anid prinkle sadne of It on t sponge, nmlde wet with hot \\ater, then rub it on the blacktleands, largo i tlld nilll. T'hey will promptly dlisa ppear. MISS \',VANITAS--Thi removal of sllur'y film froml thle scalp and from around the hairs at the scirtp is abso Itelly lc(oss:ary to hair health. The iie, of siHoIups iS lnot desirable as the lat I'tr iuially i(eav\ a soapy film on the hair ll l ffiliti to removllely even by re IeattIll rlnsinllgs. A teaspoonful of i'gild dlssolv\'d in half a. cup of hot watii r mia..kers lthe most perectly-cleafs illg :t1n dliltghtful shampoo you .Oyer expriInc ed. You can get enough iggol for habout 25 cents to last You m11:lly weeks. Miss V. 'I'. .-1--hat you need to rnTolel\ve pplllles is it powerful, atfe Ilood 1 ,cleanser. I would use nothing hut the following mixture: Twelve ouncos of sugar and one ounce of Mar slilil disnl\'ved InI half a pint of water. ( Ine Vr two Itlspalunnfnis of this taken aflt'r II altlH will qictl y.lcl put an end to tll ltlnpIs rant fa0i0 eruptions. I hae v ller klnownI this lto fail,