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THE :new woman
Here is the new uncorseted figure,
the new way of standing,' the new
draped skirt, the new blouse and the
new "normal" waistline.
Skirts are narrower about the feet
than ever and there is absolutely no
fit to the bodice." You can take seams
or tucks anywhere, so that your
whole general effect will be called by
some graceful and by others sloppy,
and, you will have achieved the acme
of style provided you walk with the
new bended knee and with the droop
ing, shoulder carriage.
WHAT A DIFFERENCE IN THE
Say, isn't it a joy, that difference
iri the White House?
$0 more judicial temperament bal-.
ancing .tweedledee against tweedle
dum, measuring the north against the
northwest corner of a hair, deferring
the rn'oment of decision until all at
issue had been swiped and then not
Instead, clear thinking, quiet cour
age and timely action without blus
ter. Small wonder the old boys in Con
gress yielded. Blame 'em all you want
to, but grant this: They know enough
to keep out of the. way of a buzz saw.
Allow one pound of sugar for each
pound of rhubarb. Cut the fruit in
small pieces, put on sugar and allow
to stand 24 hours. Turn off juice and
boil it down to one-half-the quantity.
Put in the rhubarb and boil until
thick. A few raisins added just before
taking from the fire improves, this.
Skimmed .milk contains, .practically
no fatvbecause of the removal of
cream. ' The other important consti
tuents of milk remain about the
same. It is suitable for people who
suffer from fat indiges'tion. It is a
good tissue-builder and en.ergytpro
ducer. It is not much of a heat-,
maker. . J