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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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weary and overstrained. And above
everything else, don't try to read
yourself to sleep with a light right at
your elbow as you go to bed at night
There are lots of girls who do this
and wonder then wny their eyes are
bloodshot and dull.
Finally, a word about cosmetics. If
there is one thing I abominate it is
this habit of penciling the eyebrows.
Putting gobs of blue, greasy stuff on
the eyebrows and eyelashes does not
make the eyes shine by contrast
The stuff merely has a tendency to
get into the eyes themselves and to
injure them. And I am just as much
opposed to rouge. If nature wants
you to have color you will have it,
and it will be a becoming color. But
the color that you buy by the ounce
and put on with a rag or brush, ugh!
To brighten the eyes and bring
color to the cheeks, take exercise,
preferably out in the open. If there
a park' or the open country anywhere
near you, walk and walk and walk.
That vill make the heart pump and
whip color into your cheeks. And
the person with lungs full of fresh air
and heart pumping right very rarely
has dull, dead-looking eyes.
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In Reel Life
Mistress Mary, alas, poor old girl,
you're canned. The old man's broke
flat; the rent is due; we must dis
pense with a maid.
Mary Who says I want wages?
Who says I am not working for the
love o' you all? Give me the scraps,
a board to sleep on not a cent will
I take from you!
In Real Life
Mistress Mary, I regret to say
that Mr. Flinders is bankrupt and
we will have to dispense with your
Mary Ye dashed spalpeen! You'll
give me a month's warning or a
month's wages! Ye cheatin' low lives!
Me an honest gurl, too. Sind that
fiat-faced gink of a husband of yours
In here.
3H iP I yv J
Enid Ewing of Napoleonville, La,
only 18, who was appointed general
executive director of the organized
charities of Baton Rouge recently.
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Keep the oven perfectly clean.
Often a smoky taste is detected in
food and it comes from burning
crumbs in the oven.
Cut the crust from the bread with
which you make sandwiches, but
don't throw them away. Use them
for puddings, fillings and fried dishes.
An old cook book tells us: "If you
suffer from indigestion, masticate
slowly a half teaspoonful of wheat
bran." Try it
Sew a white clasp onto the baby's
bonnet where the strings fasten. Sew
the other part of the clasp onto the
strings, thus saving time and patience
when putting fresh ties in place when
In a hurry.
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