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10 THE WASIDNG WASHINGTON TIMES + S THUESDAT rr SDA JANUARY T 6 1910
Modern Craze of Silliness SillinessNot SillinessNot SillinessNot
Not Becoming to Most Women
Q crash of late baa baaclety affected so soiety society
No N clety iety more re injuriously than theprevaltlng the theprevaiUng thecraae
prevaiUng erase for being sttty stttyfor uIrwJalda slUywhich
which just now Is the tbefor Lahto Lahtofor
for women and girls to adopt adoptAccording adoptAccording I IAccording
According to t a certain stw stwof rt etIoa etIoaof seedonof
of the community the modern woman womancan aDcan womancan
can possess no greater attraction than thana
a reputation for sUItaess which shows showsitself alto altoitself allowsitself
itself in various affected atrectedand mannerisms mannerismsfoster mannerismsand
and fancy crases erases and which teDd8 tendd to toCoMer tofoda
foster the growing wiDC admiration for hir ta taconaeqeunce AD ADC
r C conaeqeunce and for sheUvng anything anythinglike aD7thlnclike anythinglike
like responsibility responsibilitySlowly responsibilitySlody I ISlowly
Slowly but surely rely sflnness 011 to coming comingto erasingto
to be counted ntd as one of the chief char characteristics cbaracterifltlcs characterhticu ¬
acteristics of the modern woman WOlllUlaiming who whooaiming whoaiming
aiming at being thought smart rt fondly fondlybelieves fODdlybdleves fondlybelieves
believes that she has attained her ob object ob obj object ¬
ject j t if she aucl succeeds eels in gaining a atlon reputaboth reputa reputation ¬
both for being childish and in losing all allpretensions aUpretensions allpretensions
pretensions to dignity or selfrespect selfrespectIt seIf seIfIt
It matters tters comparatively little what whatform whatform whatform
form the erase may take For ap apparently appareJltl apparently ¬
parently > nothing < to too childish or too tooinconsequent tooinconsequent tooinconsequent
inconsequent inconsequent nowadays to captivate the thefancy tilefanCy thefancy
fancy of fair femininity reminlnttyThe femininityThe feu nlDltyThe
The erase for grown isoroen to toabout parade paradeabout paradeabout
about in public nursing toy monstrosi monstrosities trositi rmumatro rmumatroties ¬
ti ties in the form or Teddy bears gel golliwogs caII1wogs gelliwogs ¬
liwogs or any other fancy absurdity atosurtltyshows absurdityatows tY tYMOWS
shows to what a a pass this eras orals for forsilliness forsU11ne forsUlinees
silliness s has come comeRidicnJoas COIIM4Ridic1 comeRikiicalaas
RidicnJoas Ridic1 otts Fads FadsNecessary FaNecessary FadsNecessary
Necessary te Hap Ha HaIndeed Happiness HappinessIndeed iaeu iaeuIndeed
Indeed it would appear that all H kfasfis kfasfisoS JdIMIsat ldurdaof
oS ridiculous fads and fancies are arenece as asnecessary sanecessary
necessary to the thement happiness and andmeat aasmtra aasmtratalent
meat of a certain portion of etCtoys society aodelrtoys as asIt
toys are tit childish ta the DU erYIt aaats aaatsIt
It Is all 11 this that helps t to make makecrazes makecrazes makecrazes
crazes a mild mania today So Sopeope many manypeople manypeople
people aptng the chndHke habit of ofoverlndulgraoe oflDdul ofoyeIndnlgenoe
overlndulgraoe lDdul let et their likes and dis dislikes dig diglikes ¬
likes run ua riot riot and adopting the univer universal D Versat universal ¬
sal fad for being sillY waste their theirfersst theirW theirwhete
W whete energies aDd devote e all their In Int Interua
t fersst to th the pursuit of the trivial round roundIndeed tBdat roodst
at the expense of the eommon taskIndeed task ta8Itrndeed
Indeed the cult of the common task tasktea ta1Ikbea tankDsa
tea few if any votaresL We are all alltoo allbaBy alltoo
too busy running after att < some silly fancy fancyof faaeyof fancyof
of our own or pandering to soars weak weakness eakness weakness ¬
ness which we like to indulge m Ia not notbeeacse JIleKIt notbecause
because it causes e us any special amuse amuseHtsot amusement amuaemnL
Htsot but because It to the fashion to todirect tomreot toClient
direct all our attention m In that particu partienlar parUca1l particuIRT
IRT direction directioBOne d1rectlODOne directionOne
One day we are e playing ptngpong be becaoee be bectW9 beno
caoee no piogpong lv h wppe115 ppons to be childish childishenough cbIicU8IIeo chf1dletrombugh
eo enough to suit our requirements the themeral theenerzl theDecline
meral Decline Noted NotedIn NotedIn
In Prices Pric s of Produce ProduceToebotanist Producet PrxluceThebotanlat
Toebotanist t would say 7 that the escn escnaot culent esonlent
lent root of the Ipomea Batataa are arenot arerat
not bringing as much in the market marketcvest marketJDeD1Dg marketoven
oven meaning that sweet potatoeshave potatoes potatoeshave potatoeshsve
have dropped in pric price Th The reason isthat is isHist I1hs1
that at this time of the year the tileen farm farmroundabout arm arms
en s roundabout are heavily stocked stocked and andare andare
ar are sending their produce to the eomj eomjmission e atmlBsion eommfasion
j1 j1ar
mission menTrrnipe men menTurnip 1neJLTcrntp5
Turnip California eetary eeIeITand tangerines tangerinessesA tange s sand
and pineapples share m lit the general decline de eI 1 1dine
cline this morning but an exception is isnoted IIInoted isnoted
noted in the ease oC kale which on ac account 1Ie 1Iecount accouet ¬
count of scarcity has more than doubledIn doubled doubledIn oaWe4in
In price prlc per barrelPoultry barrel barrelPoultry barreLPoultY
Poultry fe all higher today but the thedealers tIaedcJers thedcaksra
dealers say there is no stability in th thmarket the th6market themarket
market the increase being doe entirely entirelyto eDtire I Ito
to the weather and with more favor 1vorb1e favorable favorMe
able Me conditions quotations uotatIomI may 1117tomorrOW drop droptomorrow droptomorrow
tomorrow or SaturdayFISH Saturday SaturdayFISH SaturdayFISH
FISH CURRY RECIPE RECIPEftor RECIPEAFor
Fo For making fish curry two pounds off offfish of offish orfish
fish are required The ingredients in include t tclude in incinae ¬
clude two small onions an ounoe of ofbutter ofbutter ofbutter
butter and a a few cloves and after they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have been stewed for several minutes minutesa
a tablespoon of curry powder a tea teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon ¬
spoon of curry paste and a pint of ofbroth ofbroth ofbroth
broth are beaten up passed through asieve a asieve asieve
sieve and added to the mixture At this thisjuncture thisUDcture thisuncture
juncture UDcture the fish fl ofab ab abof whioh hieb is cut into intopieces 11topieces intopieces
pieces the size of a Brazil nut te put in inthe IDthe Inthe
the pan When it has stewed half an anhour aDhour anhour
hour it is ready for forLOVEDECUNING nerving nervingLOVE
LOVE LOVEDECUNING LOVEDECUNINGAny DECLINING DECLININGAny
Any ny y one who follows thedevaiapment thedevaiapmentof thede resopment resopmentof nt ntof
of modern action will have noticed thege the thegeasral theecine
geasral ge ai decline of foveaxterest Ufa Ufahas Liteh Ltfahse
has not only become less leisurely but butalso but butaIso butalso
also more scientific and more seriousLove serious seiiouaX eriouLLoe
X Love ove scenes ar are not only cut downthey down downtb clownthq
they tb 7 l Dave v been transferred traa tersed from the tberoom thedo theeeroplane
do ring room to the motor car of the thelid theacc3lane
eeroplane and the new iHW setting demands demandsCertain deDaand88eriousDees
6 Certain seriousness
roaB OF or 81OKI i3iORTrn r rrrwo
frto rn o H urea B of tn the same name ingot te a aOne a aTtTfcge ama
TtTfcge One wlta tour er erike bor Mi was e eaUe4 eaUe4caW Ued UedGretu
Gretu caW Onewbwith wbwith wMIo ike oo oee with bat a awas otaal otaalore isle islebone
bone ore ws oaU wiled d Ltttle Claus ClausCrest CUuxsh C1aaaGreat
Great Clam wan a very bard bardaDd ant anthen
hen aDd wbea h he beard Z4ttl Little Clam ClamcaHln CJausceIl1ng Cansbas
caHln ceIl1ng G G t up ray boi her hertook to th the the1JonoI8 four fourliortes
liortes bas that at he bep bad bad htrad itr si be took bte bteJatchet 1d1atCbet
Jatchet p bet and kilted tb the oo one horse boc e efer eel ownedLittle eelby <
fer by Little Clan ClanZAttfe Cl CluttJe CiausItttle
ZAttfe Cane CIa than skinned sktna d Ida dent a ad here hereand bmi bmisad >
sad started for town to Mtt tb the Md hidbee Mdbat Jdda Jddagets
bat gets Jog ea o the tileCLOSE tart tartLOSE wmylOSB I
LOSE by the road stood a large largefarm JalwefL1I1
CLOSE c
farm house The shutters wereckced were wereclosed
closed oacside K de the th xiudoms but thelight the thelight thlight I
light co coDd jW still be seen shining out over overthem overthem I
them themI themI I Inr
nr I ma mahere may be ab able to get eave a Mop stopbore I Ibere
here through thr the night thought Little IlttloClaus LittleClaus I
Claus and he went and knocked knockedThe knochedThe I IThe
The farmers wife opened tile door doorbut door doorbut
but when she heard what be wanted wantedshe nodhe waatofshe 1
she he told him to go away declaring thather that thatwould I Iber
her husband was DOt at home aDd ohs ohswould
Ii IiWou1d
would not receive ueetYe4TbEn strangers strangersThen strangershen
Then hen I shall have ha to lie outside ontsMepaid outsidetald
paid Little Claw And the farmers farmerswife lhrmerswife s swife 11
wife shut the door In m his face faceClose taoeClose feesClose
Close by stood a great g haystack and andItetween andbetween
between this and the farmhouse fanuhoaIea was wasa wasa
I
a a little outhouse thatched with straw strawUp 1ItrawUp strawlip
Up Up there I can lie said Little Clans Clansthat ClaUliwhen Ctauawhen
when be looked 1IP at the roof eon that thatis thatis I IIs
is a capital bed I suppose the stork storkwont storkwont i iwont
wont fly down and bite me in the legsFor legs legsFor I IFor
For a living stork was standing on the theroof therOOf theroof
roof where be had his nest beetNow nestNow I
Now Little paths climbed up to the tfaeroof theroof theroof
roof of the shed where h h lay and andturned aDdturned andturned
turned round to settle himself ooro oomfortbl3 oorof om omfoztabty
f ortabiy The wooden uo6on shutters did not notcover DOtcons notorder
cover the windows st t tb the top and he becould hecould hecou14
could look straight into the roomThere room roomThere roomgreat
There scs a great table taMe wth s + dth the doth dothlaW cshlaid
laW 1 sad WIDe wto and roast meat 1DetJ1orlons and a agkirfoas a aglorbus
gkirfoas fish tiers It it The farmers fannerswife fanDecswe farmerswife
wife and the reek w wen re seated s sated atthle at attable attsNer
table and nobody > be bceeidess bceeidessC Wes
ebCdyet
C 34An et eLi r 0 i
next And finds us infatuated Infatuated with wItODe dmboto dmbotoone diaboloone
one year vtmtmg or playing at fortune fortuneteOing fGCtuaeteIIbI fortunetelling
telling another finds p running riotover riot riotover riot0Ver
over some popular song or play wor worshiping worbetCHe worshlpbrg ¬
shiping before some silly ideal or striv striving strfyto strtyins ¬
ins to create some impossible vogue allof all allof allof
of which In turn play their part and andsatisfy anasat andsatisfy
satisfy sat our craving for childish hlhlteta amusemeats amuse amusementa 1IM 1IMmeDts
meats and pursuits Anything and andeverything aIIdD andeverything
everything D so lone as it te silly enough enoughto
to while bile away ay the pugging hour and to toblind tobJiDd toblind
blind folk to the terror of responsibility responsibilityand ty tyDel
and the idea of treating life serioluslyUnder seriously seriouslyRoder aly alyUDder
Under such conditions the old oldJOUa become becomegirts lleewmeyoung
young and caper boat like boys ad adgirts andgirls
girts diffusing an atmosphere u e which whichthey whicht whichthey
they t are pleased to imagine to both bothlighthearted bothIlKbtbeatted bothlighthearted
lighthearted and exfauaratmg exfauaratmgTheir uhiJarat11lgTheir exhUarathigTheir
Their conduct they think takes the thechni theehtt thechl
chni off thr th monotony of humdrum humdrumexistence bum4rumexf humdrumsal
sal existence stems and helps them to forget forgettheir forwettbftr forgettheir
their cares and their difficulties Whatthey What Whatthey Whatthey
they seem to overlook to the grim fact factthat fadthat factthat
that the day 7 of reckoning has invar invariably bnarIabIy invariably ¬
iably to be counted and though mod modern MOdtft modern ¬
ern tft silliness may adopt the universalhabit universal universalhabit Wllvenalhabit
habit of resolutely Ie = olutely utely refusing < to reejg reegnize reejgnize ncJgnize
nize anything more important than theidea the theidea theicJea
idea of giggling at everything and any anything aaythlD anything ¬
thing < or at nothing ta particular as the thecase tilecaIII thecase
case may be there are more serious is issue is iste issaes ¬
saes sue te be determined after alL alLScare aILSilly alLSy
Silly Pus PMeSoKec PusSara
Scare a Success SuccessTct sce sceTot ScceaT
Tot T of the woman west adopts a sWy sWypo tIIIITpaM s Ily Ilypole
po paM does undoubtedly 1ID4 score a aunder success successunder suocwsunder
under the conditions that exist todayFolks today todayFoBc todayF
Folks F FoBc really endowed with those quail qualities quailtWos quailties ¬
ties of lighthearted irresponsibility irresponsibilitythat
that can cheerfully tarn any subject subjectInto subjectInto t
Into Jest a cut It without doubt afford tolaugh to tolavgh to1a1gIa I
laugh at ths th i nonsense of intellect and andaffect andaffect i
affect to dVapise the pompous POU1l dignityof dignity dignityof
I
of those who disapprove of their posefor pose posefor efor
for the more inconsequent eut and hreleant irrele irrelevant lrTeIei ¬
i vant ant their tone t is the more listeners listenersthey listenersthey
I
they have at their command commandBut COIDI1JaII4i commandBut
i But what the really light of heart do doIs doI doi doIs I
i Is one thing and what their host ofImitators of ofimitators ofdo
imitators do is quite another That iswhat is iswhat Iswaat
what th the followers of the new fad seem seemto IIeeIDto seesto
to forget It requires a aeId1dish genuinelychildish genuinely genuinelychildish
childish person to be really childish and andto aZ dto andto
to shine in the part An imitator play playing playtug playlug ¬
tug the role Is hopelessly wrong from fromevery fromevery fromevery
every point of view Therefore those thosewho th thWbO thosewho
who are not endowed by nature ture with withspecial withI withspecial
special gifts ts in this direction and aDd th thspirit tM tMspirit thespirit
spirit of lighthearted gayety Y should byan by byan byan
I an means leave this new pose of silli si11tness silliness IIWi1IefW ¬
ness severely alone aloneENGLAND aloneENGLAND aloneENGLAND
ENGLAND BOASTING BOASTINGOF
OF THRIFT SOCIETY SOCIETYi SOCIETYFeglamd
i TCngbMig 1 boasts a National Thrift Soy So Sogive So SoeIety
eIety y offering < prlzes p to thoM who cangive cD cDr4l
give good records of thirty yearn years sv svIng saylag T TIt
lag It is found that of all the classes do domestic d0 d0mestic domstb ¬
mestic servants produce the best rc rcorOs Jfeoms records
orOs One woman who had held thesame the thesame the1QIDe
same place for thirtyeight years man managed managW managed ¬
aged oat of wages varying from G to toIW toa toltd
IW a year to save flip 1 besides buying buyingan
an annuity an u of G for her old age Wetrust We Wetrust Wetrust
trust that this servant was not only onlylodged ODIYJodce onlylodged
lodged and bearded but also clothed bylien by byher bybel
her employes eanpI It is quite Interesting Interestingto tntfte tlug tlugto
to sot note the slow tIle but sure improTementIn improvement
In matters of thrift among the Southernnegroes Southern Southernnegroes SoathoernJaeCIOftL
negroes It Is getting to be less andleas and andless andJe
less uncommon UDCOIDl JOD for domestic servants servantsthere ernuatstbenI servantsthere
there to lay Ja aside asI enough to invest in a asmall asmall asmall
small house and tot Jota a possession 0 ealoD Inwhich In tawhich InWIaIriI
which they take tak infinite pride Serving Servingmen ServIng1DeI Servingmom
men 1DeI too too are beginning Ing to invert hi vest te insmaU tesmall tDsmall
small suburban farms which they let letout letoat letout
out on shares while they use their theirwages the theto theirwages
wages to bettering bett the land and build buildings ba baIup bmUdhugs ¬
hugs It win be a long time however howeverbefore howftbefore howeverbefore <
before they can < rival English English servantsta servants
In fidelity 1I perseverance per and thrift thrift and andthe lidtbe andthe
the great mass of them are still bore borelessty hGJele baselend
lend le Improvident ImprovidentMORBID Jm JmMORBID improvidentMORBID
MORBID THOUGHTS FOES FOESMorbid FOESMorbid FOESMorbid
Morbid thoughts thoa are infinitely greater greaterhindrances peaterhlDdTaDees resterhlndranas
hindrances to success than opposition oppositionfrom oppositionfrom
from outside Xo health no beauty no noharmony DOhanDony noharmony
1 harmony no real success can exist In tathe Inthe inthe
the atmosphere of f abnormal melan melancholy meIaDc tnelancboly ¬
choly c Overcome the enemies of sac success suWithba saccoos ¬
cess within yourself Y urlelf f and you win have havedone havecIoDe havedone
done much toward reaching the goal goalUSE aoaLUSE goalUSE
USE OF BLACK CHIFFONBlack CHIFFON CHIFFONBlack CHIFFONBlaell
Black chiffon over o er silver is a com combination C cornbination ID IDblnadoli ¬
bination favored by y many of the best bestdressmakers befir beatdressmakers
dressmakers r and this combination combina ii Is toespecially IseepecI11 isespecially
especially distinguished on the tRewttIa womanwith woman womanwith
with gray or white hair baJrA hairA hairA
A touch of chantilly lace laid over overwhite OYerwblte overwhite
white chiffon makes these black b1aekmITer and andsliver andsilver
sliver frocks ideally beautiful
1 > The e C edt e erme rme me Slory Sloryr or
L 1L for r tile t1MwtJItfwl mre lter ts JIe e wish i teat t is tJIe little littlefolk Jl le le1eDc
folk ivhlle WIe they are being 1JeI fueled lat their t Jr 1te reele 1fKo 1Ite t + Ji yl IttJfA IttJfAGREAT lrt lrtGREAT
GREAT CLAUS AND LITTLE CLAUS
thought t Uttte Claus Claus as he heoat stretched stretchedthe stretchedout
I oat his heed toward the window wiDclowI windowNo
I No wbe heard some ODe ODethe riding along
the high road It was the womans
Ihusbaad husband L He was coming home Hewas He Hewas
I was a good man enough but he had the thestrange thestraD thestrange
strange e peculiarity that he could never neverbear neverbeaI neverbear
bear to see a dork If a clerk appeared ap apwiML
eIUed before his eyes he became grits qritewild gritswild
wild And that was the reason why whyher W T TI
I the clerk land gone to the wife to toher wsiu
her good KOOdda7 kvr because he knew that herhusband her herhusband herJnasOmad
husband was not at home and the thegood theI thegood
I good woman therefore > put the best bestfare bestfare bestfare
fare she had before him But when whenfrightened
i they heard the man COIIIIDtr they werefrightened were
i I trtsta frightened frighteneddeck and the woman begged thedeik the
deck to creep Into a great empty chest chestwhich e eere t
I which stood there ere and he did so for or be beknew beI heknew
knew the husband could not bear thesight the thesight thesIcht
I sight of a clerk The woman quickly quicklyhid quicklyhid
hid an the excellent t meat and wine ta taher Inher
her baking oven ft ftto for Jt tb max had Jsadseen hadsees
seen that that be WJUId ha have 1 oertia oertiato oertainto
to ask what what it meant meantAh meaatI meantAu
I Ah Ab Au yes sighed Little Claus 1IP p In tahis InbIs inhis
his shed when be saw all the good goodfare podfare goodfare
fare put awayIs away awayCaaoft way wayI
I Is there an 3 1ap there naked aAlkedthe nakedthe
the firmer 1anDer aDd he looked up at LIttle LIttleCIaaL LittleCanals
Canals Who are you lying there thereBetter 1iIere1 1iIere1Better thereBetter
Better come with me into the room roomAnd NOIILI momAnd
I And Little Claus told him how he bad badlost badlust
110 lost his way and asked leave to stay stayfor taytOl
for the night nightThe rchtThe nightThe
The woman received them both ta Invery a avery avery
very friendly way wa spread pc ad the cloth on ona onIoDg ona
a long table and gave them a great greatdish peatcH greatdish
dish of pot porridge ridge Little Cans couldnot could couldnot
not DOt help thinking of the capital roast roastmeat roastt roastmeat
t meat fish 1ISh f sb and cake which he knew knewwere k kwere knewwere
were in the oven Under the table tabe at athi athill athis
hi hill feet teet he had late the sack with the thehorses thehones thehoses
horses hide ta it for or we know that thathe thathe thathe
he had come out to MIl it In the town townHe tOWDI townIle
He did not relish the porridge so he hef het het
t f ud upon the sack sack and the dry skin skiniside skin1Sldf skiniaslde
I iaslde iside cracked quite QUIt louBly 10U lnnUyCOtiTIN IY IYJCQX1Il
JCQX1Il D TOMORROW
I MODEL FOR A ACHILDS CHILDS PARTY CLOAK I
Daily Fashion Talks TalksBy 1alks 1alksBy
By FRANCES CARROLL CARRELLHE CARROLLT CARROLLJERE
T JERE TERE RE is a model for a smart littleparty little littleparty 1kl1eLJ
LJ HE party cloak for the small maH girt girtwho Skiwho girlwho
who goes to dancing school and takes takespart takepart takespart
part in the entertainments eaterbd ments given gl D by hYBM hYBMsmall hersmall her hersmall
small colleagues colleaguesOf eoIJeaCueLor
Of broadcloth In any aft of the shades abadeesuitsbt shadessuitable ilbadMantItabIe
suitable for juveniie wear W8 r the garment garmentis
is lined with wadded silk and trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith llMdwau
with bands of fur The inspiration evi evidently e evidently l leatly ¬
dently is Chinese the kimono sleeve sleevebeing sleevebeing eve evebe
being be a characteristic eharaderl tle feature of the thepretty thepretty thepretty
pretty wrap Another little JttU tech techwhich teueUwhich t1Iwhich
which adds to the unique attractive attractiveness attraeUvDea attractiveness
ness Dea to the Louis Seine Heed of chiffon chiffonshirred ohUfOlltrred ohlffonshirred
shirred trred and profuly frfllelt about the theedges thea theToeeecI theedges
edges edgesTossed edgesTossed a
Tossed over the head the hoed fes feswarm IIwalJll lewarm
warm and comfortable and amply largeto large largeto 1ar e eto
to accommodate the flowing curls while whiledropped whiledn1pped whiledropped
dropped over the shoulder it is eminent eminently emlftentIy eminently ¬
ly picturesque picturesqueTh picturesqueTIM picturesqueThe
Th TIM model model which is a reproduction reproductionfrom reprMuctIonftORt reproductionfrom
from a a French F h garment is s presented presentedas JMM9Rt d da
as offering many suggestions to the thehome tRehome thehone
home dressmaker dressmakerDESIRE clrkerDESIRE dressmakerDESIRE
DESIRE TO HELP HELPMAY HELPblA HELPMAY
MAY blA Y BE OVERDONE OVERDONEWe
We often f stempt tempt to regulate reS Rte the thelIYeS thelives he helives
lives of our friends through imposing imposingour hRHHtIft5oer imposingour
our own will upon pon them This we e do dounder do1IJIftr dounder
under the the1pres8lon Impression that our concep conception CODCeptlon conception ¬
tion of Truth is superior to t theirs theirsand theirand theirsand
and that we see nitre clearly than thanthey thallthey thanthey
they do This is really but a form formof forMor formof
of selfishness and binds all who bo in indulge Indulte Indulge ¬
dulge in it it both the th strong and D Ote Oteweak fheweak e eweak
weak Of course there is a point pointwhere polAtwhere pointwhere
where a kind and d friendly desire to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help another ther may be productive of ofgood orgood ofgood
good But when the desire to help helpanother ltelltanother helpanother
another involves the th subjugation of ofhis ofhis r rhis
his spirit and understanding then thenthat theetlaat thenthat
that desire becomes a selfish one For Foryou Foryou Foryou
you cannot force a knowledge of ofTroth f fTruth fTruth
Truth upon anyone Only love and andpatience andpat andpatience
patience pat and living the Truth your yourself yoarIHIf yourself ¬
self can bring brln it to the consciousness consciousnessof con i uetMJ uetMJof
of your friends friendsDRESS friendsDRESS friendsDRESS
DRESS A MERCY ERCY TO MEN MENMen MENMen MENXen
Men ar4 are r dresser as they are chiefly chieflybecause chMftybecause chieflybecause
because fewer of them look ridiculous ridiculousso
so clothed than the would in any other othercostume otherI othercostumes
costume I ID Modern areas e8B hi merciful to tomen toit tomen
men it gives xtv es no un unOue unue ue advantage to tothe tothe tothe
the wellbuHt and ham ome omeindMd indeed it itdetracts ItdetraC1I itdetracs
detracts from their th r a apprance > ° arance nce and andmodifes ADdmodl andmodifes
modl modifes the figures ft ur of those not JHtwtua biteBBQd bineedwits biteBBQdwitn
wits a fine physique physiqueDays vhn physiqueDays que queDas
Days and Months to Wed WedAre WedAre WedL
L Are Set Forth in Verse VerseAs
A As to th the days of the week on which whichone whichone whichone
one should marry and the th months of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the year which are propitious for this thistwo thtJeTeat thisevent
eTeat event the writer caa only pees OR the thetwo thetwo
two rhymes over which the engagedmaiden engaged engagedmaiden eogqeclmaiden
maiden would do well to uosMac longand long longand leaaDd
and carefully before she she1Ioaday decides decMesMonday decidesMonday
Monday for torTue health healthTuesday healthTuesday
Tuesday Tue for wealth weaKixWednesday wealthWecJne8day wealthWednesday
Wednesday the beat day of ofThursday ant antThursday 811ThUl8
ThUl8 Thursday Ay for or orF1 loo tomes tomesFriday cc ccFrtdny
Friday F1 11y for crosses crossesSaturday cr crSaturday crossesSaturday
Saturday no luck at all allThen AllThen aUThen
Then for the months of the year we wehave wthave wehave
have this ancient rhyme rhymeMarry rhymeJary rhymelhiary
Marry when the year is I 1teWlw7S 1teWlw7SIoYl newalwaysloving ew always alwaysloving
loving IoYl kind and d true trueWhen trueWheft trueWhen
When Februarys birds do mate Mate you youmay 4HImay youmay
may wed nor dread 4 your fateIf fate fateIf fateIt
If you wed when March winds blow WO Jay Jayand jeyaDd jayand
and sorry both youll know knowMarrv k kfarry hope3sMarry
Marrv In April when you can CA1tjoy joy Joy fee feemaiden Tormaiden 1 1DaaJden <
maiden DaaJden and for manyrariT man manMarry manJ1Ir1T
Marry in the month of May you Till 1YtlIthe TillsWety rillsurely
sWety surely rue the day dayMarrv daylIarrY dalMarry
Marry when Jhne J JJn jn roses r blow over el land landand 1aDdnd landand
and nd sea youll ouU ouUTheY ggoThey RO ROThey
They who in July do wed must afrteayslabor afrteays aheayslabor WIL1I WIL1IIahor
labor for their breadWhoever bread breadWhoever breadfI
Whoever fI wed In August be many a achange aha achange
change ha e win surely see seeMarry Melam seeMarry
Marry in Septembers Sept mber5 shine your living livingwni nvtnsrwOI
wOI 111 h a rich and fine fineIf ftDeIt dueIf
If in l October Odober you do marry love wHr wHrcome IIIcome wflIcome
come but riches tarry tarryIf tarryIf tars tarsIt
If yTu wed in bleak b 1t November eny Joy Joywin joywiD joywln
win come com rememberWhen remember rememberWhen rememberWbEll
When Decembers btors snow folds fall faatinarry faitciarryand faatinarryand fa tcaITYand
and true love will last lastIt 1astIt lastIt
It Is Interesting to note notebt m hi connection connectionwith oeanectloAwith connectionwith
with this rhyme that statistics tell us uste 118tbat usthat
that there are MOre May m marriages rrlages 1 1TOttflll dlyorced
TOttflll than those or any other metlt metltIn month monthin
In 1 Ute e year yearFANCY YeMFANCY yearFANCY
FANCY STOCKINGS STOCKINGSARE STOCKINGSARE STOCKINGSARE
ARE EXPENSIVE EXPENSIVEWe
We an know the th famous French say saying S8yrout saytug ¬
tug Tout passe tout lasse hL These Thesewords Thesewords
words onbI can be applied to the th stockings stockingsouiet stockingslaunched tock tocklatmcbed
launched at pre present In the fAct that Ute UteQ1Jkt thequiet
quiet simple covering we BYe nave been beensatisfied beensatteed
satisfied Us6ed with so long is l bring slowly slowlyreplaced 8Ioly1e slowlyreplaced
replaced 1e 1aced by the eccentric fa fathbns Mons of ofthe cCthe ofthe
the Trench eighteenth e teenth century Our Ourshapely Oarshaq Ourshapely
shapely ankles appear r now In nile nilegreen nileIn4etft nilegtreen
green leather colored cells cc and gray grayfek graytk grayink
ink mauve silk Incrusted with antique antiqueembroideries antiqueembrolderles
embroideries ftI1brol and medallions of real reallace reallace reallace
lace Some are copied from The t bas basOeeour bAswont basdeeour
Oeeour worn by the noblemen at the thetime th thtime thetime
time of lx LouiS uis XV They are spanglewith spangled spangledwith gpltDgIeJwith
with gold or sTver to the beicht of av averal yyfIl arveral
eral inches on the outer side of 11 < h
leg Others rs have havf the narrow gUtsr gUtsrIng S gltrlitg r rllUt
Ing lines sewed ae in tho design of a trellis treiltework neBi6WOIk trelliswork
work A pan pair of stockings thus embroW embroWered emDrnWer embroidered
er ered lace incrusted and spanned Jpe led te teeasily 18ea8I1y Isashy
easily valued va1 from 100 UX to125 to125ODD t tODD toLraODD
ODD LITTLE YOKES YOKESSET YOKESSET YOKESSET
SET OFF BLOUSES BLOUSESOne
One of the artistic tricks In the newbodices new newbode RWbod
bode bodices ft to be worn with coat suits is a ayoke ayoke ayoke
yoke shallow and square of ecru net netor JMttor netor
or lace that extends it to a high stock stockOver stockOver stockOver
Over the yoke part Is laid a tightly tightlydrawn tlgh tightlydrawn tly tlycJrawu
drawn shield of dark lace or chiffon chfiteacloth chiffondoth chttfORdoth
doth th the color of the blouse bioueeThte blouseThIll blouseThis
This te ii edged with a a narrow narro gold goldbraid goldbn goldbraid
braid at the top and Is cut out entirely entirelyround eIIt1 entirelyround I Iround
round round ending exactly at the neck line lineIn toeIn lineIn
In a blouse e of dark blue crepe de dechiae ded1l dechine
chine d1l the yoke and stock were of Lterre Lterrelace IMtrre1aee Lderrelace
lace and the t e shield was of bloc chiffon chiffonta chiftonIn chiffonin
In another r tone from the crepe It was wasedged wased hasedged
edged ed with silver dot gold and andfastened andfasteDed andfastened
fastened to the sides of the blouse with withtiny withtIDy withtiny
tiny sliver buttons The lining of the thelace thelace thelace
lace was a bright Jade green but one oneonly oneonly oneonly
only got Sashes of it beneath boo th its double douWacoverings deu deucoveriags doublecoverings
coverings coveringsMAKING coveringsMAKING
coveriagsMAKING
MAKING TOP CRUSTS CRUSTSFor
For frait fl f itt pies or any RIl reqttring 3 top topcrust toPcrust toecrust
crust tile following plan is cheaper and andliked andJilted andliked
liked much better than the old way 8y Roll Rollout Rollout Rollout
out the crust very thin for the t 6 topDoable top topDouble teIDouble
Double It together cut out by b a circular circularplate circulrIIIate circularplate
plate or pan Just a little smaller than thantl thantile thanthe
tl tile e pie Instead of covering the edge of ofpwi orl ofDot
Dot l leaving 1 V a very ery small space betweenthe betweenthe between betweenthe
the edge and top crut and inside edge edgeof e4gef edgeof
of pie This allows allo os the steam to tothus escape escapethus escapethus
thus avoiding the leaking of juice unless unlessthe 1PIIftsthe unlessthe
the pie pi Is too full Cut a square sq sRUtire are or dia diamondehaped dtamondehApe4l diamondehaped
mondehaped piece pk out of the middle middleof Middleof middleof
of the crust about 8bot an inch long before beforeplacing Oeforel beforeIcink
placing l pa 9 the th gust Itl
r
COLORS IMPORTANT IMPORTANTTO
TO EVERY WOMAN WOMANWhen WOMANWh8R
When crude e dyes only wen W obtain obtataaWe obtainable obtainable ¬
able it was perhaps necessary to say sayto MTto sayto
to the dark woman For you there theremuet thereMWJt theremust
must exist only yellow and pale blue blueand blue blueaDd blueand
and to the blond You must u bw u n nno DDO nno
no other color save green mail Ugh 1But red redBut redBut
But now nowevery contemplate teMplate the TU ac 8 ss eC eCery ofevery
every ery dye contemplate eo ate loo the thechtuuteff the1 the1changes I It
changes t that are ar rang on the tn definition definitionbrunette ddalt10Baeette ddnttienbrunette
brunette aeette and blond Besides if ifthere Itt Ifthere
there t is one point upon which women womenare WOIIIenue womensure
are usually MJaU good Judges for themselves tbemsetveeIt
It to Iseoor IseoorW eotor eolorWhile eotorWaBe
While W De however roughly y speaking speakingwhite speaJdnwJlIt spoakinswhite
white wJlIt Is for everybody mauve for thevery the thevery UteVerT
very fair blue for the t brunette and andred aDdred andred
red for the blond One might t add thatalte that thatage tlatage
age should be circumspect In a decision decisionaa bdoI1 bdoI1all
aa to color schemes xII e lit TIT With white Mac Macgray blank WacItY blankgray
gray Y and purple at her command eo why whyshould wtayovld whyshould
should ovld the woman of sixty insist t1IPOA t1IPOApbak upon uponpink uponpink
pink which te certain to make e her ap appear JtPftkr appear ¬
pear years and years older than she shereally 8Mreally shereally
really Is IsMASTER IIilASTER IsMASTER
MASTER THE ART ARTOF ARTOF ARTOF
OF COMPLIMENTING COMPLIMENTINGThere CO IPLIIvlENTING IPLIIvlENTINGTh
There e to an especial 1 art of eomplt eompltmonting coMpUmeating r l > Ti Timenting
monting that needs te t be studied MOOted and andmastered andtered andtnaatered
mastered quite as much as the art of ofmusic orI ofmusic
I music or poetry JC r oratory Compli Compliment CompUJlte Compilmeats ¬
ment Jlte meats ta s should 1d never be fulsome never nevertroweled DeTertroiloI nevertroweled
troweled troiloI on never er open to a suspicion suspicionof
of a private ax to grind nd In the way wayof wayor wayof
of currying fU favor They should be bepurely bepurely bepurely
purely objective ta the sense Ie of having havingno
no other end in view w than t that of im imparting imparting ¬ j jparting
parting pleasure encouragement eaNa and sadthe andthe
the recognition r ltton of cordial good wMI wMIStill dlStln x111Still
Still if only humorously hu couched there theremay theremay 1
may be plenty of badinage and ex exuberant exuberant exuberant ¬
uberant imaginative nattr exaggeration exa eration in inthem tnthem inthem
them carried JTWd off rr with a laughter taugbt and andplay andplay andplay
play of sportive fancy that will relieve relievethem relieveI relievethen
them from being Mtn oppressive oppc ye And yet yetalways yeeatwayJ yetalways
I always must they have a basis or sin sincerity R Rcerlty sincerity ¬
cerity and genuine human love loveDOUBTERS loveI loveDOUBTERS
I
DOUBTERS DONTS DONTSDont DONTSDont DONTSDont
Dont think th lk for a minute heat that a warn woman WftIIt1 WftIIt1aa warnan ¬
an loves her friends with the game ta taI mtflllty intensity
I tensity that she hates her enemies enemiesDont eDeIIIIe5Dont enemiesDont
Dont judge ju t a mans ability by what whathe whathe
he gets 3 S instead of by what he eemH earns earnsHe earnsHe
He H may y get et more U than he earns earnsDont earJlSDont earnsDont
Dont argue e wttt a man who talks talksloud talksloud talkspond
loud You couldnt 1dat convince Me him in a athousand IIthousaM athousand
thousand years yearsDont yearsIJont yearsDont
Dont boast of your good judgment Judgmeatevery Ju gmelltevery judgmentevery
every time tI you happen to have ve a good goodguess GoodgueN goodguess
guess guessDont guessDont
gueNoat
Dont forget that conscience conscience cemakes cemakesmore makes makesmore makesmore
more bluffers than t it does cowards cowardsDont cowa cowaDoAt cowardsDont
Dont lend your Influence c with witl theexpectation the theexpectation theexpectatl
expectation > n of getting it lack lackDont 1adcDont hackDont
Dont put much faith In men who whoare whoare whoare
are afraid te t say y I dont knew knewDont kJlOWDoRt knowDont
Dont judge ju ge a mans possessions 0D6 0D6the b bthe b7 b7the
the figures on his tax receipt receiptDoat receiptDoBt receiptDont
Doat neglect your family in order orderto orderto orderto
to pose as a public benefactor benefactorDoat beDe benefactorDont aetor aetorDoIIt
Doat imagine I De you can tell what a awoman ameADS awoman
woman means by what she says sagsCLEAN saysCLEAN 111 111CLEANLINOLEUM
CLEAN CLEANLINOLEUM CLEANLINOLEUMA LINOLEUM LINOLEUMA
A floor covering coYerin of good linoleum for forthe forthe forthe
the kitchen should hold Its own 0 for at atleast atJeA atleast
least JeA ot five years The They way to prolong prolongits XOlongIts prolongits
its period of usefulness use u1Dess is to keep It Itclean Itc1eau Itclean
clean dirt ground into the finished A l8 sur surcoverings surface surface
face b by the tr tread a of feet is the floor floorcoverings oorcoverings
coverings greatest t enemy enemyLJnoleum eAerR eAerRLInoleum enemyLinoleum
LInoleum needs no soap ammonia or orstrong orstron o ostrong
strong stron cleaning eleala agents A simple wiping wipingwith Vi1p1ngwith wipingwith
with a doth Just moist with warm water wateris waterIs
is all that te ne neKded ded < ed In one one country countryhome eeuntryhome countryhome
home skimmed Immed riilk mixed with the thewater thewater thewater
water was vied cut ut the owner had a aherd aherd aherd
herd of thirty c cows > ws Once or twice a ayear ayear ayear
year give the linoleum JlII a Ieum > a wiping with withgood withgood withgood
good furniture polish to renew its itsmooth Itsm Itsmonth
month m surface surfaceWOMEN 38rlaceI surfaceWOMEN
I WOMEN WO EN GAMBLERS GAMBLERSMoralists GAMBLERSMorall8Ui GAMBLERSMoralists
Moralists say that the emotion of garninR gam gammakes bDI11inllt
inllt > makes JRL women wOmea ugly It is not needs necessary neces necessary needsnary ¬
sary to take the word of the moralistfor moralist moralistfor 1ROraU t tCor
for that h Gaming Gunt does not make mk women womeiugly wom womenugly n nugly
ugly it unmasks them and It is of thatthat that thatthat thatthAt
that they must t be warned It is naturaenough natural naturalenough naturale
enough e h since they play passionately passionatelyand
and in playing they forget orst t the world worldand worldaJWI worldand
and their faces So much much the worse v rse for forthose forthotf forthose
those who do as s Jeaebel Je Jean J eao Lorrain Lorrainhas Lorrainhas
has 38 left terrible t rrlbI pictures of old painted paintedftic ptt pttfJ paintedfe
ftic fJ s the natural condition of which hlch isrevejle is isrevegleg 1 1levf11eg >
revegleg bjf x the e eacitement excitement q emenJ of pla pl ply
1
Courtship i in in n Alaska AlaskaConducted AlaskaConducted
Conducted By Mothers Motherswestern MothersIf
If In t the village > oC 1IIIJU fa Northwestern North NorthWeMenl
western Alaska a young mrm to seenbatting seen seenbeating JJeebeoat
beating beoat out a piece of o meta and tashieaing xaah xaahlonteg 1aIIblealJl8
lonteg a finger ring It is usually intend intended hrtendfor intended ¬
ed for some young yo woman but J it re remains re remal remains ¬
mains mal for the meeting JBeoe of o the two twomothers 1woJDOtben twomothers
mothers to arrange matters matterstogether JlllltteraTb mattersThe
Tb two families may be living doW doWyee dosetogether
together togetherman yet the mother oC the theIIID young youngman
man will call on her neighbor to tell her herhow JMwhow herhow
how she has intended ed to be more ne neigh neighbodly MIPbodly gh ghbodly
bodly but she has been so busy busyfb buIlTrh bayrho
fb rho nhhor n iahbor win declare how howe4l hewdetighR hewdetighRed Jtetttche Jtetttcheed
ed she is 10 see her herTi herT1 herTea
Ti Tea n mother mo No o l 1s begins tkttll tkttlla in tOIl tOIla
a great hunter her flea ejt to and how howgood hW hWOOd howgood
good he Is Mother No 2xasrarks S remarks that thather tbMJIer thather
her daughter terls te such h a lovely IogeIycook IogeIycookHvbl cookRaving cook cookHaving
Having < taken lessons she knows how tonevi to tocook 10COOk
cook anything anythingMother lUIytJdeXotber anyt tng tngMother
Mother Xo No1 I declares that they ar arnever an aneYer arenever
never > hungry te their igloo as her herXotber rI sea seais
is I always successful I and brief leis et ofseals etHats
Hats DoMe DoMeXGtb horseMother
Mother < Xo 2 remarks that her 1IertfT daughter daugh daughter ¬
ter te a good sewer sewerIt ewerIt sewerIt
It It te finally decided ee that the xur xurman yurt yurtman rr rrman
man shall enter the girls pi family on on a asort aBOrt asort
sort of trial If the girl turns up her hernose herDOPe hernose
nose and makes faces he may as well wellleave w4Jleave wellleave
leave as the match sill never ou Itto amountto amount amountto
to anything aD7th but should 14 she sheI greet hi hiwith him himwith
I with an occasional smile > and allow him JdIDI himto himto
to sit it by her side In the evening ft it wfll wfllall wUlall 1 1an
I all be clear sailing UII < and they will be become be beeome become ¬
come husband and wife wifeGIRLS wifeGIRLS
GIRLS SILK SWEATER SWEATERPar
Par or mite Wit gtrhi or boys there tbe te a anew aflew
l2Hw new sweater JOa 4r knt from silk silkIt aflkI
I It is the slipover dp kind but there nee neeit need ee4l1l
it t a iru i rug gte l le inside with withtii withfila withouiy
fila ouiy tii iy t the h opening upeaaagHof < Hof of the neck to 10gat sutgoxt sug suggest ¬
gest the way out This new style stylebuttODed to tobuttoned Isbuttoned
buttoned on one shoulder and the side sideof adeor sideof
of the high < collar collarFor eoI1arFor collarFor
For ornamentation a conventionalflower conventional conventionalflower COIIVelltlenaJtIower
flower design is works work ta waltechnut waltechnutsttch wa11ae1daaIIItclI walnchtaastch
sttch on the front For Hale boys thereare there thereare thereare
are shields eagles e or orI firgs firgsWarmth f g gasured
Warmth a te assured fJad Dd the uncom uncomfortable 1mCOIItIfortable uncomfortable ¬
I fortable bulkiness of woolen sweaters sweaterste ten tenIs
te eliminated
Ifortable
I
i
Woman Writer W rit r Gives Gi es DataConcerning Data DataConcerning 1
Concerning Conc rnlng Bible Statistics
3AT Item MI1IIbIbed Christmas Christmastaeeik CIut8tMaathfte
TIAT taeeik and headed Spends three threeh thftean
years h fci fcihas enin necting the Bible BibleTimes BIbleIHtea Biblehas
has been UM ubjttt of 1M e clfit endof
fit discussion Ai among the traders of the thenes theTimes
Times Womans PageDr Fane FaneDr PaaeDr
Dr William Watson D Ay Ayres res contributed contributeda
a most interesting article article t to the ueJeet sub subject subjoet ¬
ject and wow along comes Mrs hIr J1I Awn T Tthe rKIng TKing
KIng with IIItOtber light t OR the topicI topic
1 regret very Much that I cUll not Me MethP seethe
the three year in dissecting tile LJIIIe LJIIIewrtte Lie Liewrites JMe JMewrites
writes Mm x King My 11 eyes have been beenthoroughly beeIII beentroWing
I troWing Me greatly for the ot three threeweeks tJireeWHU
weeks and I have lOt 1 read the paper paperI so sothoroughly
e ee ee ee
I thoroughly thoroughlynot
i 1 noticed all the th thnot e headings but I IBOt do
e
not rely much on Btble curiosttte curiostttenever curios ties I IEaW 1ever
bo bor but I Itit
never saw the book in question
r
tit It weaN take mM than three threeyears thlHJfIUS threeyears
years to dwect awsect t the Bible I have been beenforty beeaforty beeJIforty
forty yean studying 1MIy it It I have read readit j jIt
It through th thIlk k and through many ands ad adIt andit
It takes lOt OVa Ave minutes reacl1II reacl1IIfor adding addingfor
for Me t set o In interested that I dW dWto din dinlike
Ilk like to lay it down But Butto to the sub subject sub7ect b bI ¬
=
ject
jectI I think the doctor nmst have gotten gottenthe gottenthe
the story a little ttIe mixed mixedXot 1IdseIXot mixedrot
Xot a Msoreer but tie U e real heir to tothe tothe
the Spanish throne wax east tato pro prison prooft ¬
on I dont t think they wvcirt have taken takenthe takeIaUte takenthe
the trouble to Imprison a usurper butwould but butwvuM ItoutwvaW
would have bav breaded bit hit at once The Thebeginning Thebesbading
beginning of < ti the article articleit artIde as I have read lM4it readit
it many time IMJS te teThe illTbe isThe
The learned Iea Prince of Cranada heir
Straightened Eyebrows EyebfwsShowGenuine EJebr EyebrowsShowGenuine s sSnowGenuin
ShowGenuine MentalityStraight Mentality MentalityStraight Mmtalit MmtalitStraI5tat
Straight and level eyebrows eyd denotenaeptaltty denote denotejentality 6eDoteMftItalttYm
jentality MftItalttYm musicians slclaiUJ often have these theseBrows the8eBrOWS theseBrows
Brows that meet cet over the nose ose usually usuallyutborfty uaUyJIIOe usuallyprove
prove the rove of authority and mark marka markcahle
a capable person persorBeautiful Pft1IOIJJeautH1d personpeantfnl
Beautiful arched Md brows usually adorn adornan Monaa
a rather eIIIDtY forehead had Indicate badleateaa Indicatens
an ns opposite e deee of intelligence T e to tothat UJtbat tothat
that shown lilt by the long straight brow brownaAy broWBr9WS browBrews
Brews arched ID an acute aaate over cnfItft overtine
tine center tft of the brow have a perpet perpetuprtaed peepetWhen
naAy surprised look lookhead look lookthe
When the arcIi h III but slight the fort forthead fonJDaY
head may be strong strong fall of individualityand individuality individualityand lIIIII1htd1I1ityaRc
and with a fine central eeatlals spread Whenlike When Whenlike Whea1Ik
like 1Ik this however there to usually ahack a atook aJck
took either of time tune cr r locality localityV localityVaT localityVery
V VaT ry fine ne distinctly outlined brows indbMs in indie ia iadteMe ¬
dteMe die an artistic art1 tlc natureThe nature natureros tUle tUletlalclt
The thick brow is supposed to denote cIeDeteall denotea
Usually heavy heavyr eaV7wtQaltlIIa heavylower
all a gross ros personality peno a
lower r face aee goes with wtQaltlIIa wtQaltlIIaof it and te a sign signof s u uof
of a a material aatww aatwwIf JIat JIatIf stPe stPeIf
If th tM thick brow fe fetertive ftLUIIIM by tile tileJK theprominence
prominence JK of the eye the 1N8bm 1N8bmIIMIely is ismerely
merely an drori of tile pals to do protective pro 110t
tertive t < the duty d nd then they show wOWen greatpowers great greatpowers
powers of ofMuch speech for the aft oC Jan Ianguage Janhas
guage has Its t behind ncJ me eyesMuch eyes eperMUth
Much eleYatl elevate t eyebrows show boW artistic artisticperception artIItkpelttPtl8D arrest c cpcreeptlea
perception of 0 of < the odor and shape goodtaste good goodtaste podtMte
taste erganfaaden organb oD don and mathematieal t bJ
powers powersKyebrows pansEyebrows
Eyebrows FJ Wii doe cJ to the eyes are aremany a a atoken atoken
token Of ey eY poor eapardty for harmony har harmony
mony color orfrauteatfcm They across acompany aoccoatp1mY acrosspony
pony low foreheads f1l and are seen Inbrutish in inbrutish Inrutish
brutish face tacelPeoPle facetPeople
PeoPle wIt ed x spees m between betweeney ecu eyes eyesta eyesand
and ey eyebrows e MId weight t caD animage
j ta ge distances distances well and can estimate 111ateto I Iobjects I
to s nicety the prpabie weight oC oCaJltJ given givenobjects
objectsScanty objects objectsScanty
Scanty eyetiraws ye y wws show c earttogsnecg earttogsnecgYutajartty eacel ardessaeuvuiadty
Yutajartty lty and want of r personal dignity DityU dignityUncared j jUneared
Uneared U cared for eyebrows decay and lose lopetheir i ithe itJteIr
their the hatrTt hair Trte tt Is means want o of personal penIOR1atteadoD j jattention s sattention
attentionEChews attention atteadoDE i iKyfebrowy
Kyfebrowy E = she Ih aid ul be i e brushed a moment i Jevery Ievery
every 7 moraine mon and night with a soft softbrush j jbrush i
brush and it Inclined to be thin tld a little littlePREVENTION littlege littlegrease
grease ge wio be ribbed bbed 1ft at night DI5IKPREVENTION nightPREVENTION
PREVENTION OF CHAPSChaps CHAPS CHAPSChaps CHAPSCbQs
Chaps and roughness of the skin skinw IIkInaer akinweaatd
weaatd w Hkl never never occur ta the healthy claIM chtHroutine claIMU childif
U every motlMr made a routine rouU e prae praeI praeItIce j jtfcse i ities
ties of seeing her childrens hands and andfacts andfaces I If
facts f s rubbed with pure lanoline thinned thinnedby th1DDedb thinnedby
by the addition of almond oil This is + s i ian j jan I ImexpeesiYe
an faexpensiva preparation and is al atmost j jmost I
most specific On the other otherftbte hand give giyeettee giveerbne
ettee te trrttattng to some skins But Butj BucK ButIf
K glycerine be added j to warm anata water waterc waterin
ta the proportion 1ft tao of c one to forty the themixture thenIS themature
mixture nIS Ire wih wm make an excellent gmoiHair ouellieshtwalk gmoiHairWAY eL eLWAY
walk
WAY TO SAVE TIMETime TIME TIMETune TIlfETime
Time and patience pat may be saved when wilenputting whenputting w wputtln
putting cotton ta quilts if the cotton is isrtrst isftnt isAral
Aral rolled re ed about an ordinary 0IdiIaaI7SpreM yaHbtttck yaHbtttckSpread yardstickSpread
Spread the cotton out on a la fcrm 181 > table tableor tablenr ableor
or the floor roll on the stick IItIck thentransfer then thentransfer UIteDtransfer
transfer to the built foundation and aMIro11 un unroll unroll ¬
roll
j
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Makes Makesthe Makest Makese
t the e most nutritious nutritiousfood nutritiousw e e ee
food 0o ana a the a most mostdainty mosty mostainty
w
y dainty and delicious deliciollsNo deliciousOYfir
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