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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1916.
8 THE TIMES DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE V Neatness and Attention Are Potential Factors In Suqcess of Women The "Boss" Is' -Usually One'Who Does Not Engage One to Volunteer Her Advice, But Generally to Have His Orders Carried'. Out. . By WINIFRED A FTER 1 hntl Detected a cozy ta,bc, a little eeparatcd from the others, and ono that scorn- a good vantage point, I began looking about pie at the women who were. Ta.it filling the tea room of the mart hptel, as consciously as Jf I were committing a crime of ''some sort, In stead of simply trying to -decide If thei were prplty or not I felt that I was the 'one discordant note In all the peaceful songs, for I was picking every woman present Into a thousand bits to 'see Just why she was not ubU' I was thankful when I looked toward the door and saw my friend, me business woman, standing there trying j to catch sight of me. now uno sue i vl What noise' How e'ear and rtralghtforward her Base' A tenoi wont throUKh n)f. What a criminal I ren in what way was I to put that awful luestlon to such r woman bs she7 "Don't be disappointed In me." I said, after we were i-omfortabl. busy with our teacups, "but do tell me, l there anything in all thin talk about te un attractive girl having no chance to get nn offlco position"" And 1 buirled to add, "X'm quite excited, since even the heada of the -emplovment agencies and rlvll serleo commissions are making sneh astounduix assertions about It.' "It's a yerx Interesting study. Indeed," "!! roy friend, the business woman, mid one Hint has not wearied me In Hie whole ttxentx years I've been at It. I don't "niwler l.i the leant that vou me Interested If 1 Ko n thillllng story 1o rnc, even now " "There has been, anuarentlv. a gieat change In the wot Id of the wom-n workers since the dm- T "hired out to ho bops.' " she said, "but the same leason that made him engage me, the fnme reason that ln m.tde pie stnv nt the mi oh nil thee venrs. is working In lust exactly the same vvr- todav as 1 did In he yenr .if grace eighteen hun dred and nlnetv." Success Makes Beauty. "You're waking a mistake to teit me eff on mv vei best hobbv -horse, for I'll tide and lido, end pel -haps Til never come back " slif laughed "Bui If you will do It. bete I sro "Did you ever realize that I am re sponsible for the nngarlnc the pfftcl i ncv, and the general conduct '"f th thtrtv-flve women who work In "in of flee" WVII. t. am Rcautv is a mnt tr of business with me. T never tnk n woman Into the office ',vb Is not beautiful there. don't look si, startled f'ut vout furs around vour throat Here Is vour muff. Come, we'll Just have time to get down tVere a the el1 are Innx lug I want vou to iee whnt T consider a P'eUjrlrP' And before T knew what -va- luinnenlng we were on pur wai to I he office. . Thei i thc wif hei whole iro-l of earnest woiko1 -el I Ins fMv to Viivo fn b'lire Aftl v hat n hip" (ontentcd lot of w.men ihrv vor ' Al f i lend, the busint h woman. Intio dtifcd each one to me ai phe was lcalng, and 1 held phi h i"v's hand for a moment and loolud with all mv Menu For Today For Family of Four Cost $2.80 (Approximately) . Breakfast. Stewed prunes, Hot rolls, ' CofTeo, Livor and bacon Luncheon. Stuffed peppers, Bread and gutter, Tea, 70c Cut up fruit Stuffed peppers: Boil in salted water iwcmy mmuiw. uv. .... ....KC end and take out seeds; fill with minced mcut, hard boiled orbs chopped fine, bread crumbs, and parsley, all mixed with a beaten eKR. Put melted butter over the poppers and bake in a (,uick oven. News Items and Activities of Women's Clubs Many Events Scheduled for Coming Week in Women's Organizations of Washington and Nearby Towns. THU annual rece given b the (' Club will he hei ...l , v, 1 HU annual reception for men 'ollcge woman eld on Wednesday. oiii ut the Kalelgn at a v o clock Mcnibeis ol the HolyoKe seition w II be the hostesses. Following the i-ceptlon. at o Hock, a musical piogram will l)e given 1'hot.o who will contribute .ual and Instrumental selections aie Mrs. lluton Ijiwiiim, sopiauo; Mrs. W F. d fwaiiu. and li Swantf. iolinlst and 'cellist, ami Mm. Charles 1. Hllss. pianist MIhs Vlctoi .a fc-lddonfc. iluiinatlt leader, will assist. The archaeology section of the Tcutlcih Century Club will meet toniotiow- afternoon at 2 o'clock at the borne of Mis John Lowe. 20 Womllr. plate, leader of the art hrriinn The subject announced Is t.p.iiji ' and a paper will be given I.. .Mis Philip Wells Mcmbeis ot the lit ei autre and travel sections bae beon Invited to attend The ait section will meet with Mrs. HaMon H Ward, of 176'J Columbia toad, un Thursdaj afternoon at 2 o'clock The Miibjout announced la Tintoretto and Veronese" and will be presented by Mis William Ap jilegato and Mrs. C. Dwlght Marsh. A meeting of the Uteraturo section will be held at the home of the lead er, Mrs lleni) Faniuar. of the Talker, HKH Park road, Wednesday naming at 10 SO o'clock. The ' sub let! Is "Chapman." given by Mrs. William l Tl.aci The French flection will hold us next meeting edned afternoon at 3 o'clock in the parlors of All Boula' Fnltarlan Church Tho pro ajram will comprUe a comedy by BLACK. eyes In so if she wan MTntly bcatitl nil. And she w! ' When thev lind All cone niv f-lcnd said With a, laugh, "Well, 1'b.iIs, what id your uerinii n ." ''ou r ay stiy 'I told von so' to me nil the rest of oui days," Jn answered. lr yon will only tell nip tho why of It fill " "The arentest 'xxhv' of all." laid my friend, tho business woman. ' la that hqnorablo aeivlco of any .kind makes for self-'ontrol and sc-lf-eeiitrol myites for chmnllness it miud niul bod), and that mikes for health, and health, thus obtained, makes foi caieful dressing, and careful, thoughtful dressing makes, not for vanity, but for self lespect and success, and sturcss makes tor ucauiy -Tako Alias Petb Tjplst.' for Jnatanco yon j)gt j good-night to her Sho come nero mrec years aso, a. ', u attractive little -Up of ,i url and I ngagi'd hei becauae Bhe looked ijt me honetl and ror mat reason alone. Now I caught vou actually beaming when you gazed at her, and .tt, on jmist acknowledge It or llgiue-i only otdlftarv and hei noe Is tathei too lamp . V. don't give tin ctecllt to anything but the careful, pnlniliiKlns cut of that inepenslvc rult and lint and to the poise of he lioneutly .pioml little head, and th" clear, loial, llapr )' U,tt' looked Into sours, full of ih ci.ufage that It takes to win a vspeed contost' nnd tho klndneHS. that It takH to be that winner and still hold the affection of all the, other girls " I w'm so oveicome nnd confused that I irianped at a last traw bv which, to liold to m theoiy of 111 trcatnierit toward the I'laln girl "Wliv dun t ion en-rau'e a f.-wpldcr woni'n to be wl'li th.c glilr''" ReMcctioit of Mind. M friend gae me a fliilztlcal look and then said, with such a touch of "patience." It scmqri to me- "Hecauso there ,ire so verv few 'older women' out of work who do not deserve to be, for one reason or another How many 'older women' do ou know who will take orders, and. having taken them, i.irrv them nut In an Impersonal fashion? The 'hoHs' doesn't engage n for our IdeiiH hut simply to carry out his. If his business falls. It's his busi ness, after all not ours. And I fancy that If M)U were to know the truth manv of the women ou seem to think 'young are well, they're not really voting In the fnmllv book of birth Twnrln nnrillinS "N'o. ' she wentxon "the man Is not' slll wlio wants u koou-ioukimk toh III his oflUi no more foolish than hi a wife, who selects a trim good-looking muld to seno ut table Tht 'cut' of a man or womun ntentalb gets to allow ing In the face rather eurlj In life, you know, and a self-willed, sloppily dressed Klrl never 'turned out' the sort of work mv bona renulrcs and never looked really beautiful t any .one. I'm sure. Bcautv is. after .11 an we know full well much like thf wonderful bubble made of lust R(m -md waier a mriad rlorloud lellectlnns from the great kuii licht of the mlml There were tear In hoy earnest ees us t-h" topped -peaking and when we nartei) J fell, smmehow. mote courage to go on with the business of life for It did stem to hold It inwards, after all. i(,'0 t 101 b N'rttRi-apcr Pestiir rr I- e i Dinner. Tomato soup, Leg of lamb, Mashed potato, Brussells sprouts, tiOc Lemon pie a.o" t r Cf l.abiehe ami Muitln entitled "La Poudre aux Y0'l " Following Is the cast M. Itallngear, Mrs. Henii Pcitlee, Mine. Mallugear. Mrs. W. I. Mjers, jj. Hatlnois Mrs. Chase Palmer, Mmc. Rutlnols, Mrs. K. Solp. Krcdt i c tho lover. Mrs. Paul Hartsch, Kmtnelllie, the Ingenue, MltjH Catherine Covllle, Tante Hob erte. Mrs. Hit ven Motcalf. Alexan ilrlne. Mvu. Abner Tnyler, and Jo sephine, Mrs Joseph R Fnlk. The Home Interest Club pf TnKo ma Park held its Janunrs meeting in the Libia) y. with Mrs W Z. Au di ewa speaking Hor topic whs, "Ln'rgei Club Work." outlining tho i work of the Ouneral Federation ot Women's clubs, of which alio Is an officer. The club was urged to unite With tho federation The snoial serv ice committee reported $39 1 . na the amount tealUed fiom the benefit for lied Cross stamps and bepeflt for the .toik of the Social Service League of tho county The Woman's Club held Up last meeting of Miss Lisle rcnxland Instinct was discussed of RoLkvllle at the home The dramatic Mrs WIlllHin on How the Talbot t lead a papei Diamatic Instinct Is Related to the Religious Instinct." Miss Hender son reud a selection fiotn "Dramatic Art 111 America." In the Hook News. The next meeting will be with Mia. W. W. Wotehj. Mrs ",. Clifton Thomas was host ' ess to' the Home Interest Club, of Foieat dlen. at the January meeting. Alls' Thomas read an account of lae making, telling ol the dii Cerent methods nnd patterns used in dif ferent localities Mrs Perot, an ex pert, exhibited samples of her own handiwork, and also many examples O'Gradys and Colonels' Learn Sisterhood at Subcutaneous Relationship, Asserted by Kipling is Brought About By Con sideration for the "Other Ginl.M a TIIK A i At UK ColnnoP lady And Judy O'Gra.ty ire slaters under the akin." dbscrve Iludyard Klpllnpr. Never theless, one Is inclined to bo skep tical of auch an assurance from a mall who has made withering re marks anent The fomalo of the ' species. Tho Young Women's Christian "snsociatlon, now celebrating t:s gulden Jublleo In the United Htats, , elands today a lasting argument In support of Kipling's famous poem. Up on the third floor of a rather This Is Not a Thackeray Heroine But a Leon Bakst "Papillon" 1""" ' ' ". i& ix &, N'' - V fef 'sm XftA &-&? - . J fsjs. rt 'if 4Av t$t '-t CBBIiBIPBBw!IWBWt!i8aBBBBIBBBiBIBHBlfc I Demure, provocative ami ruffly were the gowns of 1840 just as ar ; those of todaj, and the silhouette of scent-tie ears ajro is 1 much the same as thai outlined by French coutoiirieu-h of 1916. 1 Leon Bakst designed this costume for the Diauhileff Ballet Russe, of the different t pes of the lace makeis' art. Mis Perot gave mauj bits of perSonul experience of meth ods. The Poles. Hie Club met on Thurs day last at the icsldence oi Mis Julius Mali. An nrtlcle from iln Mentor, entitled "John Milton." win given b the hostess, and "The Church and the Social F.vlP formed the toulc of a paper given bv Mrs. Darb. The Washington League of Right Thinking and IMglit Ll ing. will have ita weekly lcmre y Mm. Vanco Cheney on W-dnesdas morning, at Studio Hall 1211 Connecticut avenue, Instead of tho Voodward & Luthiop auditorium. The league of American Pen Women will have its second annual hHtiipict at tho Raleigh Hotel on l-ebrbary lit. The league will meet tonight at the Public Llbrar The Cultus Club met on Tuesday at the residence of W 1 Hei. l-'alkstone Couits Following a luncheon, the study of llgxpt was continued Mto J K- Dyer cave a paper on Melieinet All. arni Mtus Helberger read a paper on 'l-'orrign llnnd lloldeis and inial Contiol," Comersatlon on "Calto, the Queen or tho Fastein i-'ltles. ' was led nv Alia. Arthur Copoland. Items nt curront events woie. given in ie sponso to toll call. The Wellesley Club will meet Wednesdax afternoon at lite icsl dence ot Mrs J S Wilier IP Heir niniit Mteet. at 3 :t0 d'clock The Anthouv League gave a re ception on Tuesday afternoon at Hie residence of Mrs. li. E. Hcndley, How They Do It - By the work of the employment burenus. By the care of girls at such places as the Panama-Pacific Imposition. By lasting consideration of "the other girl." By evening parties and other festivities. lingj building In fourteenth street Is "The Room of Friendliness," officially tho Kngllsh room of the association Its motto Is, "Here, tonight, by our responsiveness, out lovaltx, our faith, and our thcught for the other girl, let us enrich tho hour we spend In fel lowship, one with the other" The secret seems to lie In tho phrase "thought for the other Klrl " Who la she? A composite, iX); Columbia roatl The first part of the afternoon was spent soclallv. and at 4 10 o'clock Mis X p. Paul talked ou "The Punty of the Ung llsh Language " The members will meet ton.oirow afternoon at Mrs. Hcndley's, when Mr.- Paul will give another talk on Kngllsh. On Thursday night reports were presented from the committee of the Floionno Cilttrntou Home Affilia tion with the National Woman Kuf fiage Association was voted Follow ing the business session. Mrs. Fltts, cliuit man of the Crlltenton llOmo committee, introduced Mis. Kat Waller Uarrett, who spoke on tho Bii'Hl good aucompliHlied by the Florence Crlltenton Home, and in vited tho league to meet In March at tho home. 118 Third street north west. Mrs R s. Ptoner Introduced .Mad ame Lucy Thoiimalan. the Turkish woman peace delegate The Rrlghlwood Parent-Teacher" Association will meet in March, the date to bo announced later The meeting on lanuan J was largulv attended bv teachers, par ents, nnd fj lend. Following ' shott business session Robert L Haycock, the supervising principal of the thlul division gave a talk on ways In whloh the district oiliiol system diversities lis teaching to suit the requirement") of tho vprloua classes of children. A program of Instru mental and ocal nnislc and eclta tlons followed Mn lilies S Raftei iltcr-l co opeiaiion hetweon paicnis am1 (cach ets Slic also ashed the i hildren of tho neighborhod to make Hilght wood a garden spot and gaxo a num ber of helpful BUEiestlona. Ladies . Y. W..C. A. Work of the Y. W. C. A. at Panama - Pacific Exposi tion in Employment Bu reaus Cements Relation ship. eurrlj. The Cabinet Ud and the saleslady, the girl who sells pat terns In ,yna of th department stores, tho college girl who runs In for a swim and a lesson In sten ography, the middle, aged woman weary with workaday life, the young woman fresh from the country, any of these may be "the other girl" and at such cornea un der the Injunction of the "lloom of Frlcn.llfness.' Lesson of Consideration. It la true that a great many of the "girls" -who Jain tho association are self.contored nt first. They need to bo told of the existence of other human beings who have Just a many feelings aa ther. There the consideration for the "other girl" be gins Its woik, for all members ate made to feel that they are necessary to other members that all of them are Judy O'Gradya and Colonels' ladles. During tho I'anaina-Paclfic Expo sition the y. W. C A. maintained a clubhouse where the girl and the other girl came to know each other. This clubhouse was deemed the best way of letting visitors and workers of the exposition know that girls and other git Is were Interested In them and intended to make their visit to the fair or their work days at the fait, as the case might be, a continuous family reunion Before i he exposition opened It wa estimated that 3,000 girls would b employed there alone Many came from San Francisco to look for positions, but almost as many came from other .States than Cali fornia Then the ghl, typified by the exposition . W. C A began helping the other girl to find em ploment or to return home If she was unahle to secure a position. House of Friendliness. The slogan was "If the other lrl has it friend. Mie Is safe ' The as sociation found tbat one young woman had gone to live In a dis reputable part of the town because It was cbeup. When she found that a Y. W. C A secretary wns enough of a slstei to get her a bet tei boarding house, she said "It would be eas to live if some one cared enough to help a girl now and then" The club house Itself was "The House of Friendliness From the moment the exposition was opened the girl and the other girl adopted It nuthusinaticalli In addition U the comforts of hot baths, maga zines, and music, was an atmoa pheie of welcome that made each trlrl see that vhu was tcall. wnnt- eoVr-apd come again 'doing to the I club tonight-' and "I'll meetS'ou . at the club for lunch," were heard ) cvervwnere i Bach member of the Y W C , A staff was responsible for know ing and establishing frlendl) re lations with cxerx girl In one of th? palaces, while get-acqualnted rartles hi lped th" Judy OlOradys of thn Zone and the visiting Colonels' ladles of the exclustxe hotels to meet Sisterhood Idea, Just to establish this subcutane ous relationship a little firmer, roll all bx States was held nearly every evening. On one such occasion, In response to the word "Massachu setts," nine girls rose from various parts of the room Though no two worked In (he same building and een knew if each other's ptcsente in a short time those nine girls had pulled ihairx oxt-i to a totnrr anil xere gostdping aa as busllj as miii please The clt organizations, though they ln not have as great an opportunity for the () Gradx -Colonel's lady equal izing process as did the assoclntlon ut the fair And that the sisterhood Idea is gained no less by sharing komethlnR with the other girl It mav be a course In English or a locker In tho Knin:inlum In the work of the emplo.xmenl bureau the sisterhood Idea Is at Its h-lght One fnlrlv typical conversa tion glxes in example of how a Coionei s lml helped one little heart ckk Mrs Otlradj with a sympa thetic seemtarv ai ting as go-between. A pourl diexsed xoinm the ,Iud In iiucHtlon, stepped up to the desk ask ing for xxork The seeitur had nothing at the time, hut said: "You will heat from me soon The flrst moment an opportunity comes I will send foi you I see our need Is urgent." Saturday Night Parties. "When will ou send" TomorroxV" "Tomorrow. If possible. The very minute 1 can find a suitable place foi vou I can reach vou by tele phone ' "Don't bother I won't be there. Can't wait for It It's onlv the gas route foi me now ' An hour later the Colonel's lady of thn storx had nroved her sliteihood bx temporal llx adootlnc the des perate Mrs O'Gradv. babv and all Hack rent xxas loaned and new clothes gixen her A very different Jutlv startetl out In a dax or two to find new employment There was not a moment's hcslta tlon on tho part of the Colonel's ladv. nor did Judv feel that she was a "cl-arltv chatge." Instead, she de scribed her feelings as thoso of a long-lost sister returning home. There aie other xxays that this nude feeling of sisterhood is brought about bv Saturda night nartlea, where shopgirls and prominent so cletx women rub elboxxs in cheerful democracy, and bv such affairs as Mrs. Daniels' reception at "Single Oak" last spring, which was one of the most informal and delightful afternoons Imaginable. There aro htindieda of fat volumes written about the brotherhood of man. Is not tho entire nrganliatlon of the Y W C A. proof that "tha Colonel s ladx and Judy O'Grady are Bitters under their skins?'' It's a Good Letter After All. Some one has advanced tho oalnlon th it the Icttei "e ' Is the most unfor tunate letter In tho English alphabet, because It Is alwavs out of cash, forever In debt, never out of danger, and In hell all tho time. For some reason, he overlooked the fortune tes of the letter, so xvo call his attention to the faot "a" Is never In war and alwavs In peace It is tho beginning of existence, the coiuinencement of eate. and the end of trot'blc. Without it there would be no meat, no life, and no heaven. It Is the center of honesty makca love pel feet and without it there could be no editors, devils, or new. Fourth Estate. Cleansing of Nostrils Is Important Matter Only Few Appreciate By DR. LEONARD KKENE HIRSHBERG. "A" NY nose," wroto Browning, "may ravago with Impunity the rose." But to use a handkerchief or absorbent cotton moro sterile and freer of germa In the accustomed fashion Is to court deafness, ringing cars, Infected orbs, pink eye, and much sadder maladies. Apropos of nothing, pecking at the bed clothes and a nervous rubbing of the noae by fever patients or by persons In a tense, emotional state la considered a bad omen. Aa a matter of fact, theso symptoms arc less dangerous than tho all too frequent habit of cleaning the nostrils with anything soiled, air-blown or unsterlllred. Criminal, certainly execrablei Ignor ance prevails almost universally from the crib tn the cane stage with regard to the toilet of the nostrils. While It may be true, as some observers claim. that the filthy, vicious, germ-breeding habit of picking the nose la spreading. It must be confessed that mock modesty and prudery, which considers It Inele gant to mention this atrocious, loath some habit, is responsible to an extent People are tauglit to read, to sing and to become skilled In commerce, tho arts and trades. They are even haled Into public baths ind forbidden to eat with their knives, yet smug "politeness al lows them to blow their noses In a man ner nt times absolutely Injurious to themselves nnd a menace to their neigh bor. Structure of Nose. Precise figures have never been hai verted, but the amount of deafness, eye troubles, noises In the head and con tagious diseases spread by nose-blowing. If garnered would condemn the habit and also the handkerchief The diffi culty often begins in lnfancv If the child's nostrils are Ignored. The child blows his nose In a faulty manner which causes running ears or a deflected bone or cartilage This may escape dis covery until the child Is old and wise enough to visit a nasal surgeon to be treated for "catarrh " There Is no more convenient word In the world As a Troop News M"s R8. JULIETTE GORDON LOW, national president of the Girl Scouts of America, who has been spending a short time In Washington, was the guest of honor at the rally of the Girl Si-outs on January 29. . ''M; . 'orl Tn I Milt Gretchen Tattoen. of New syorki leader of a large troop of girls Tn Trlhlty' Church, that Pity, 'was also a guest, as well as Col Colin Livingston. J W Patten. Held ex etutlve of the Iloj Scouts, and Henry Lansburgh each of whom made an address Mrs Archibald Hopkins urged the girls to realize the Important work xxomcu and girls must do alwaxs In peace -Mid war. and urged their greater Interest In the work of the Red Crosb, especially that of the surgical dressings committee. Ono feature of the rally was a flag drill by Troop 7, of which Mrs. Chester Pyles 1b the captain. At the request of the audience It wa re peated. Mrs. G S Rafter talked at Cloverslde School Tuesday afternoon, the girls of her troop giving an ex hibition Both Mrs. Rafter and Mrs. 11 A. Colman spoke last Monday night in the Fourth Presbyterian Chuieh, on the value of the scout movement for girls. Members M Troop I held a demon stration on Wednesday of moving a sick pel son fiom bod, turning a patient, and making a hospital bed. at thw home of th Visiting Nurses, the patient being Miss nrma. Myers The next meeting will be held at the same place and the lesson will be on how to bathe a, patient. Eleanor Putskl was one of the patrol leaders of Tioop 1 who re ceived a Red Cross badge presented by Mrs. Juliette Gordon Low, at the Girl Scout rally. Members of Troop 5. Takonia. Mrs. J. D. JCgRleston captain, met at the residence of Mrs. EggleBton January 17. 'This troop has the distinction of having the only Git I Stout bugler !n the city. Miss Jean Hayes, who gave her services at tha rally last week The troons has nlready begun to make plans for hikes as soon as the weather Is favorable. The Girl Scouts of Troop 6 have been invited to participate in a pro gram to be given by the Boys' pro gressive Club, of Petworth. In a. patriotic celebration to be held the evening of February 11 at the Metho dist Church, of Petworth, when Cor poral Tanntsr is to be the speaker. The event Is to commemorate the blrthdavs of Washington and Lin coln Troop 11. of which Mrs Norman TH" FOR SORE, TIRED FEET-AH! "Tiz" is grand for aching, swollen, tender, calloused feet or corns. Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burnlnK feet: no more swollen, aching, tender, sweaty feet. No more soreness In corns, callouses, bunions. No matter what alls vour feet or what under the sun vou've tried without get ting relief. 1uet use "TU." "Tis" Is tho only remedy that draws out all tha poisonous exudation which puff up the feet "Tis" cures your foot trouble so you'll never limp, or draw up your face In pain Your shoes won't seem tight and your feet will never, never hurt or got sore and swollen. Think of it no more foot mlseo . no more agony from corns, callouses, or bunions Get a 23-cent box nt anv drug store or department store and cet instant re lief Wear smaller shoes. Just once try "TIs." Get a whole year'a foot com fort for only 23 cents. Think of It Advt. shield for the damaae done by noae blowing, "catarrh" has no equal. Tho nose Is soft on the external,. facial projection. Renlnd this and inside of the skull It Is bonv. and extend to the roof of tho mouth, whore It open be hind tho palate. Into the bonr area the tears enter from the uyes and tho hol lows behind the checks named the An truins of Hlghmore oDtn Into It. Rooentty a patient explained that nu merous ulcers of the eyes bothered htm from tlmo to time. He was certain this was from overuse of tho orbs, but it soon .became clear to mo that his habit of blowing his noge. with one side firmly closed, forced the .mucus and germs back through tho tear duct, and thus caused the trouble. Practical, Scientific Way. A "lady-like" touch of the ends of the noi.0 without blowing out the fluids Is iih bad as to blow too vigorously "Tha Qttoen's Lace Handkerchief" Is not a weapon of nasal offense or de fense. It Is worse than the popular linen handkerchief. The latter is usually starched and germ-laden, while tho former literally Is a sieve or veil for perspiring fingers. . The proper way of blowing the nose will cxpol all the Infectious material and uldr from the eustachian tube or car vent, from the tear channels, the chetlk bone, the roof of the mouth and the nooks and crannies of thn nostrils. There should be no hand kerchief to catch the expelled sub stances Instead, bits of slprlllsed cot ton, which can be readily burned up, should be available, In France these are to be had done up In slips of ster ilised waxed paper. uno or these bits of sterUlxad cotton Is held beneoyi the nostril. Just as you are about to blow your nose' an exceedingly long Inspiration should be taken in through the mouth This Alls the chest with air Now, Villi Just one violent expulsion only one and no more the surcharged air undei chest pressure Is, shot with great force through both n6strlls. The mouth must be kept tightly closed and the tongue on the roof of the mouth. Thl procedure Is effective, cleansing, safe and simple. It should bo drilled, into children and grown-ups, and will sa e them many physical disasters. (Copy t 1111, by Newspaper Featuta Rertke i of Girl Scouts Jones Is the captain, Is devoting most of the time at its meetings to sma phore practice and drilling. Each girl In the troop has volunteered to escort a blind man who Uvea In the community to church, In response to such a wish expressed by him. and to take turns going to read to him A potted plant was sent to one of tho members, who has been 111 r Troop 19, t Hlverdale.electedhq following officers at the home of Miss Helen Dennlson Ethel Stalley. pa trol leader, Helen Dennlson, secre tary, Helen Gullck, color bearer, and Esther Stalley, scribe. The girls In this troop are selling tickets for the Florida Theator to raise tho money for their uniforms, which they hope to have by Febru ary 10, their 'first birthday They are to have a party, at which Mrs. Henry T. Ralney, president of the local executive board, will present the second class badges. Mrs G. 8. Rafter, national vice president, will assist. Book Reviews DRUaiLLA WITH A MILLION. n Kills bth Cooper. New York- Frederick V Stokes Company, Price, II U net. Drusilla Is a lovable soul with a vein of Impracticability in her make-up which is aa unexpected aa it is delight ful An Inmate of an old ladleB' home, doomed to a life of toil. bo suddenly bMomes the possessor of a fine estab lishment, and a million dollars) to spetid exactly as she. pleases. True to her feminine instincts, she gets herself some good clothes first of all, and then proceeds to get more en joyment out of her i-iune than is given topmost posst of that sum of money The fact that the story Is utterly lin probable, does not takn from its chartn There is a vain of humor running through it that is delightful. THE COA8T OF ADVENTUnB. By Hsrol I Kindlons New York. Frederick A blokes Company. Trice. It. 80 net Atale of unexpected happenings which has to do with revolutions and political Intrigue in Central America. The atraln or love interest running inrougn n. m,ak9s a goad novel. The girl with a clear sldn wins If you, too, arc embarrassed by a pimply, blotchy, unsightly com plexion, just try regutarjg lor a week and see if it does not make a blessed difference in your skin. In severe cases little RejinolOintmejit should also be used. Resmol iJo'ap helps tn make red, rough hands and arms soft and white, and to keep the hair healthy and free from dn draff. 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