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beyond her and observing a little
silent form outstretched on the green
sward. Then he was on his knees
beside the limp, prostrate form, ut
tering his ardent delight as he noted
that Artie was breathing regularly,
although with closed eyes and pallid
The doctor sent, for arrived a few
minutes later. Artie had been res
cued from the river in time, and it
was Snowfoot, urged into the stream
by the young lady, who had borne
both back to the shore in safety.
And then, embarrassed, but with
some coherence as to the situation
now, Miss Edith Young explained
that her desire to return the truant
FOR HEALTH, BEAUTY
Snowfoot had brought her to the
s'cene of the accident just in time.
"You must take Snowfoot as a glad
gift," insisted Elston, when Miss
Young spoke of returning home.
"You must take my lonely self and
little Artie, who talks of you all day
long," he added, after a month of
closer fond acquaintance, and Edith
could not say him nay.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
o o I
THEY'D SAY "HA!"
De Goosby As ye would have men
do unto you, do ye even so to them.
Miss Giffley (in confusion) Oh,
but what would people say, Mr. de
AND GRACE! AMER
ICA'S 1915 BEAUTY URGES EXERCISE
Blood is the nourisher and scav
enger of all the body's tissues. With
out good blood one cannot have
health and without health one cannot
retain beauty, nor the grace that
comes of a healthy virile figure.
Deep breathing and exercise are
the best ways of keeping the blood
supply in good condition.
An exercise that all women can
practice is shown in the accompany
ing picture posed by America's fa
mous 1915 beauty, Kay Laurell, star
of "Ziegfeld's Follies." This exercise
is advocated if one would be healthy,
beautiful and graceful.
Lie face downward on the floor with
the arms folded under the breast as
pillows. Now stiffen up the whole
frame and rest upon the toes and el
bows, raising the hips -as high as pos
sible. Next lower them until the ab
domen touches the ground. Repeat
this slowly, raising and lowering the
body for ten counts. Then relax and
rest, taking deep breaths meanwhile