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have- already told what -Miss Hough
does to keep her eyes bright and have
given information of the courage, en
ergy and sympathy that hides behind
her smile. --.
What does she do""tp preserve her
First of all she keeps'her race clean.
I am astonished ihreadiijgthe beauty
columnB at the retfuessjfpt Removing
blackheads':; There is' jusf jne cure
and that is cleanliness and 'care.
"No matter how tired I am or at
what hour I go to bed I always, take
time to bathe in as hot water as 'I
can stand," said Mfes Houghs '
"During this daily bath I pay par
ticular attention to my face and neck,
I scrub them wilh a soft brush and
plenty of good suds covering them
with lather as a man does Vhen he is
going to shave. Then I rinse my face
in several waters, the last one being
ice cold. After this I rub some cold
cream into the skin of my face and
neck, .afterwards' taking off all the
superfluous grease-with a soft cloth.
When I have finished 'my complexion
is as soft and prefty as that- Of my
younger sister and it will only need a
dash of cold water In the morning to
tone it up to resist the ravages 'Of
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"And, last but not least. I .always
go to sleep with a pleasant thougftf-ln
my mind; one that will bring a smile'
to my face, for know that if do' this
I will find that smile there in the
morning." ' 2
Miss Hough posed for a picture
that would shqw what a difference
smiles and frowns'make in one's go6d
CHRISTMAS CREAMS EASY TO
MAKE AT HOME
' By Caroline Coe
A toothsome morsel is cream can
dy, whether it iSjJlavored with choco
late or cocoanut or some of the fruit
flowers. You may buy them at the
confectioner's for a dollar or two dol
lars a box, bnt if ypu are practicing
economy and most people are this
Christmas you can make them at
home at a small -expense, and either
pack them in gibbon-trimmed baskets
or in boxes sdlcLon the bargain coun
ters for 5 or 10 cents.
Whether sent! in a box or a basket,
the "citeimsV will make a Christmas
gift that any friand with a "sweet
tooth" will appreciate.
Here are some of the simple re
cipes that & home confectioner may
,try without fear of failure.
- Chocolate Creams Add a tea
spoonful of sugar to the' white of
,egg and- beat till the egg is light.
Then add a teaspoonful of vanilla and
enough', confectioner's sugar to make
a" mixture which can be .rolled into
balls. Beat the whole until it is very
smooth. Make into balls about .the
size of a marble. Spread them in a
Wn to get Btiff and then cover with
fa chocolate coating.
DERELICT'SANTA CLAtJS TURNS OUT TO BE
This unexpected affection and
kindness .made old Harry break down
and tell his sad story .
"My wife and I Jived happily with
imr two children, in a Comfortable
cdttagehva seaport town, where I
waVa sailor,5' he began as his eyes
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jl yyaa ouijinicuacu Willie aviay
'Twas Christinas eve when old
Harry, the-derellct, climbed -out of.sa
box car and, after being kicked and
cuffed by a trainman, aBked for food
at a kitchen door. Old Harry was
asked to dress as Santa Claus for the
children. Everyone" had a glorious
time, and after the party the kiddies
kissed, "Santa" good-night and were
,on a long voyage, "and my good wife
.-was informed that all on board were
packed off to bed.
U lost .and bo mourned me as dead.
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