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No -woman can be beautiful who!
has not good health, but this, like
most other beauty rules, does not
work both ways you can be healthy
without being beautiful v
Complexion ills are due to one or
all of three causes: Ill-health, un
cleanliness and neglect. At 40, or
after a woman's -physical as well as
mental habits 'are set, it 'is "very
hard to change them, but if one wish
es even at that time to cleanup a long
neglected complexion it can be done.
In the 'first place, you must regu
late all physicarfunctions, your di
gestion must be perfected. I am not
at all faddy about my eating and have
no particular "health food" to offer,
but I have found that I cannot drink
an alcoholic concoction of any kind.
It poisons my liver to the extent of
turning my complexion a pale green.
I cannot eat rich creams, especial
ly hose covered with chocolate. I
eat very sparingly of cake or pastry,
and get my required sugar from fresh
fruits, of which my breakfast is
usually composed. I am fond of good
food and it is a constant sacrifice toA
refuse dishes that appeal to my pal
ate, but I have learned that superb
health, like everything else, must be
bought and paid for.
I eat plentifully of all vegetables
exqept potatoes (but that's another
story) , all fresh fruits except bananas
at any meal. I never eat between
meals. Meat I only eat occasionally,
never more than once a day, and I
often go without it for several days.
Of course I get off 'the "acetic
wagon" once in a while and go on a
lobster Newburg or cherry pie a la
mode jag, T)ut I always have to pay
for it afterward with the pale green
complexion and heavy eyes.
Simple food, simply prepared, exer
cise and deep breathing must be the
cornerstones on which to build a
Don't eat too much. You can eat
almost anything if you only eat a
very little of it Above all, use variety
in choosing your foods.
You cannot serve youV palate and
your coniplexion, at the .'same time
any more than you can serve God
FAVORltE. RECIPES OF MOVIE
Jam RoIy-PolyPudding ,
By Doris Pawn 1
To make jam roly-poly pudding one
must have three-quarters of a pound
of suet crust and roll it out to the
thickness of about half an inch.
Spread the jam equally over it, leav
ing a 'small margin of paste without
any, where the pudding joins. Roll
it up, fasten the ends securely and
tie it in a floured cloth. Put the pud
ding into boiling water and boil for
Mince meat or marmalade may be
substituted for the jam, making an.
If you doii't believe me, just try.
Mr. I, a fisherman in Hawaii, has
the shortest name in the world. He
wins over Gen. 0 of Mexico by a valid
technicality, as headline writers can
Many men who select the "only
girl" for a mate find out that she is a
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