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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 29, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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lally suitable for girlish figures the
glove sleeves that button close at the
wrist, the flare skirt with its wavey,
broken line at the bottom are ad
vance notes from the fashion design
ers that will be repeated in all the
modish summer gowns.
The blouse is blue crepe lined with
all-over vaL lace with separate
guimpe of blue messaline.
He spent seven dollars for new tools
and seeds,
And now can't distinguish the plants
from the weeds.
Peoria Journal.
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The Sultan of Muscat rules what
is probably the hottest country on
earth. 'The thermometer has regis
tered 189 degrees in the sun in Mus
cat and 107 degrees even at night
After weaning only give baby milk
that is certified as coming from heal
thy cows.
Keep bottles, bowls, spoons and
nipples clean by scalding before
Keep rubber nipples in a glass of
water with borax or boracic acid.
Add only cold boiled water or cold
gruels to the milk.
Feed at regular hours.
Give baby a drink of cold, boiled
water twice a day.
Keep baby out of doors at least two
hours every day and in fresh air and
sunshine indoors.
Bathe baby daily. Tepid water is
better than hot water. Test with your
first two counts. The lady moves to
her lejt and tjie cavalier to his right
Instead of a long first-step the dan
cers take one less than one-half a
customary elide steo. This is mart a
necessary because of the direction as
sumed, something I deem proper in
order to give variety and grace to the
The lady, who is in a "closed" posi
tion with her partner, moves to her
left on count "one,'" starting on her
right foot which she brings sidewise
along the floor until it rests close
against the left On count "two" she
stands perfectly still, taking no step
When count "three" arrives the
lady takes a fairly long step to the
left with her left foo and on the
ball of the foot; and on the fourth
count she brines her rieht foot Hoba
beside the left as she did in starting
the figure on the first count The
next four counts are, for the lady, left
foot to the left, on ball of the foot, on
count "one" (or five, if be easier to so
(This is one of a series fcf articles
on new social dances and how to
master them, written by Anna Pav
Iowa, greatest living dancer, ex
clusively for readers of The Day
Book. Editor' Note.)
Article No. 2.
The side-glide, which constitutes
the second devision of my standard
ized one-step, may be performed
after the eight count while the couple
is dancing, with the lady moving
straight ahead, or after eight counts,
in which four are first in a .forward
direction for the lady, and the next
four reversed, the cavalier going for
ward. '
It consists of two glide-steps to the
right Occupying a "closed" position,
the partners are ready to begin the
side-glide, the lady on her right foot
and her partner on his left.
This side-glide figure should cover
eight counts of the music, but there
should be only one step taken on the

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