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of credit she-..presents " to the
stranger, that he-,or she will let
her draw upon it for any amount
ofconfidence if her appearance-is
'The stranger takes you' in the
'first tirqe as a whole, so the- first
thing for the. girl who .wishes to
make a good impression on. the
yorld'is to acquire a fine carriage.
There 'js o.rje simple .little rule,
yhich if .yoUifollow it you cannot
but watk;with an ej;ect and grace
ful carriage. . . . "
Walk on the balls of your feet.
The tiny cushions that nature
has placed 'there are for the pur
pose of relieving ybu of 'the ugly
jar that comes from planting the
feet first on the bony heel. The
nexttime you pass ar plate gjas?
store window you take a side
.view of your figure.
If you stomach is high, your
abdomen protrudes, your shoul
ders' stoop and your chin droop
ing, you are walking on your
Just come forward on the bajte
of your feet. Immed'cttelv your
spine will straighten and c;race
fuHy carry your weight, instead
df leaving'that duty to the soft
walls of your abdomen. Your
shpulders will fall intoplaqe, your
chin, will come up and out tand
yxm will '.not .seem HHe the same
girl- You con try this all surrep
titiously. , Right in front of the store win -dow
on the main street you can
change yourself in the twinkling
of an eye, while you are supposed
to be innocently looking at the
When you are at'home'practice
"walking on your tiptoes, not let
ting your heels touch the floor.
In a very short, time you will find
that.people will ask, "Who is thaL
Unconsciously they will be hon
oring your. letter of credit, and
your beauty regime will have be
gun. ' '
Tust.one last word, all women "
can be beautiful.
A WRONG DIAGNOSIS
The eminent specialist looked
the patient over.
"Yes' he said "what you need
isa gradual gain in muscular tis
sues. Gp at' it slowly. Commence
by liftinga KXpound weight Add
to this "from time to time until
you can raise fifty pounds with
comparative ease.'' Then come' to
'lgVessJie'sauf, .you ain't
gettih me quite right."
The specialist frowned.
"What do you mean by that?"
The patient still hesitated.
"Why, you see," he said, 'Tip
the feller that. carries. th' trunks
downstairs an' heaves 'em into th
transfer 'company's -baggage
-r; o o
Uncle I suppose you got a
good many marks at schppl.last
Jbhnny Yes, and'some of 'em
hurt yet -'"",' ' V ' ,