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The San Francisco Sunday Call ,
CONSIDER THE BACK OF YOUR NECK •y ETC me, as your interested adviser 6 in matters pertaining to your 5 J good looks, suggest that you take the back of your neck Into seri ous consideration. ; I have been appalled at times to see thai nice-looking women who were otherwise well kept had. seemingly, for gotten to give more -than a passing touch to the back of a beautiful Heck. Happily many women have a sister or , a mother or a daughter to remind them of these neglected points; but, sad to . relate, there are others who live alone, and to them I would urge such neces tary care as personal beauty and charm suggest and ordinary cleanliness de- ADVICE ON SOCIAL CUSTOMS THE INTEEEUPTEE IAM goingr to talk today of one form of ill-breeding that Is fre quently met in. gatherings of people who consider themselves polite and would perhaps be shocked If ar.y imputation were laid at their doors. Have you ever been Inter rupted in the recital of a story by a woman or a man? And do you re member your vague annoyance at the break in the chain of Ihought end attention that followed? The habit of interrupting the words or action of another springs, I think, from a lack of thought, which, you know, is a lack of breeding. Let me give you a little conversation that I heard the other day. There were three women sitting" on the hotel veranda and a little boy playing on the porch. On© was a visitor. wKo had just come for a friendly call, end I thjnk that she had a message to I deliver. I say I think, for the h'rstess never allowed her to give it. "I met Cousin Anna the other day, Ehe asked me to say—" "Oh Is she married yet? The last time I saw her she was engaged to John Blank, and seemed perfectly • SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS^ Making Introductions DEAR Mrs. Adams. T.'lll you please tell a girl of 16 the simplest thing to cay in making the following introductions? Introducing a . frlrl and a boy. when making tw» boys cxQuaicted. or two girls. Please tell me the correct way to writ* ca the kind of p&^er I am using- BKSSIE. . V.Tien Introducing a girl to a twy. the rlrl's narae is spoiien lirst and the boy ©resented to her; as, "iliss Brown, 'may I nresent Mr. Smith?" "Vhen fntijpduc '\u25a0^ two boys or tw» girls wtit are of About the same age, it makes no dif ference whose name is mentioned first. Whea there is an obvious difference In the ages of two men or two women being introduced, tho younger Is pre sented to the older. A letter should be written co that when the recipient reads it she may turn the leaves In their proper order, 3usi as one does when reading a book. . H ov> Often to Call Dear Mrs. Adams. 1. Which is proper, to take a young man's arm to b« escorted, or to let him take my arm? Pieaee «lye me general, information '. on this subject. 2. How often should a young man call on a lady friend whom he has known but : - a short time? 3. Is it proper for me to accept the in vitation of a youmr man whom I have known for several years, but who has never c&Ued upon me. to attend a theater? A. la It proper tor s. yourc ladr who tat CONCERNING HEALTH AND BEAUTY First, If you are willing every little while to spend more time than a good bath requires, use a" rubber -sponge, lukewarm water and pure soap to re move every vestige of city dust (coun try dust has sticking qualities as well). Do this after you have put on a cleansing cream If yours is that quality of skin made up of provoklngly large pores. _ Secondly, remember that the half of a lemon Is your best 'friend.* Use it as a bleach and a cleanser. .It is astringent as well, and tends to the closing of overiarge pores and the keeping out of superfluous dust. To remove that awful collar line, press — using the London method of massage —with skin food. If you rub. do It with an upward motion; but for all neck and happy. I knew him when I was a little girl. What is he doing now?" said the interrupting 1 hostess. "He Is in business for himself, I believe," was the answer. "Anna suggested that I—" , . ' , "I wonder what business he has now? He always changed from one thing to another. You never could rely upon his stability of character. I really am afraid for Anne's peace of mind." "Oh, I would not worry about that," suggested i the third woman, "She Is a happy woman, and—" "Bobble," said the hostess, "come here, right away! Just look at your blouse— all dirty. What can Ido with , a boy like that?" She brushed him and scolded him and sent him up to the room. There was an attempt at a dis cussion on. how to dress children, , Inter rupted many times, of course Finally the visitor rose. She bade ttiem goodby. She did not invite the interrupter to her little tea at the coun try club. And when her cousin asked her If Mrs. Brown would come, she was told that Mrs. Brown simply would not give any one the chance to complete a eentence. . I need not talk very, much more about this. You will agree with me that no matter how attractive and interesting that hostess is, she Is rude. Any woman who cannot sufficiently concentrate her interest or attention on the guest or talker is lacking in, an element of consideration. She has my sympathy and a ' sincere wish that ehe. will some day awaken to the fact that to interrupt another after the con versation-has been begun is as lacking In civility as to snatch ah article . from another's hands. Interrupting is largely a matter of habit. Let serious thought on the sub ject help you to break the chains that have been forged unconsciously - from day to day. Be a polite llstenerl regular company to accept another gentle man's Invitation to go with him • occasion *urr . STENOGRAPHER. 1. If.yoa are. ln great need of assist ance the young ; man \u25a0 should ; offer ; his arm. It Is never proper for a man to take hold of a woman's arm. - 2. He should not make ; himself con epicuous by making too frequent calls. 3. No; he should call first, so . that you and your family may. have an op portunity to become . acquainted 4. If she Is not engaged to the young snan.lt Is perfectly proper, for -her to eccept the attentions of other "men. HeardHe Was Engaged Dear Mrs. Adams. \u25a0 •.'.,.-. . - ./; I ! have been going with a young man. and . ' at time* he - goes with \u25a0- one of my • girl • friends. I - have - heard - that he -was en gaged -to this -other -girl. Would * you -ad- \u25a0 viso me to discontinue going with him? .\u25a0•"...;•: , IGNORANT. First find out If what you heard is true. If r he* is, engaged' to' the, young 1 , girl, out of kindness to her you should not permit him to pay attention to you.. One at a Tinted '* Dear Mrs. Adams. . 1. I am a girl of 18 and am going, with a young man...- We - are • not • engaged - and : never expect to rbe.f The -girls say- 1* am silly and foolish . because • I will not go out with :or encourage - any • of ? the other boys. So you think X am doing rlfiht ? Of cojiria, . HENRY SYMES throat movements the English make a ; protest in favor of a firm pressure, which* . tfhey hold, does not loosen the flesh and eventually cause sagging. Raw cucumbers, too, applied day, and night, will bleach the skin. Almond paste, my next application, smoothes : and whitens ; it may •be I left on a half hour or even longer, for you can read with bowed head, improving your mind as well. The bJair line' needs ''attention, and the brush will do it; an even hundred' strokes will be an overplus, and eacb^ stroke should carry the friction , into, the scalp and move firmly upward. • , A regular portion of your: time spent in this good work once a week -will give sufficient evidence to prove tnatyour labor has not been in vain. .. Surely. In this collarless season the neck claims ; your attention, and wise Is the woman who remembers that Just as many people are In the rear as; in front of her. ' . I grant that a man,, when not engaged to a , girl, should not monopolize. her time, but I think that when a girl is going with a man she should I go with i him . and not every i on* else at once. Do you agree with me? - • 2. :I* it all right tor me to wear a ribbon bow on my hair?, \u25a0\u25a0>. . \u25a0, \u25a0 ; : ,- -\u25a0 \u25a0 > Z.-' On, what finger should' an engagement : ring be \u25a0\u25a0 placed - and on - which • a wedding . ring? . • •;. PERPLJEXED. \u25a0:\u25a0. 1. "I do* not quite agree with you. \u25a0 - 1 -. think .that a young girl should have many men friends, and not give her. time I to one only. t She will have no opportu-' nlty to broaden her \u25a0 views "i if : she \u25a0 does not have the friendship of many. 2. If It Is becoming. ' 3. The engagement ring and' the wed-" ding ring are worn on the third finger of the left hand. .V .\u25a0 : >-. "lA t a\ Social - Dear Mrs. Adams. 5 - .. 1. When at a box social, who should open the ' box, the srlrl or boy ? \u25a0 Should the girl start eating first?::'-: :•-' \u25a0 -\u25a0-- i-r .;-.-. ,'i 2. ".When at a dance with a boy- friend, •is : It right -to dance. withvanotherr : boy?;,. If i »o; when =\u25a0 tho • boy : » sks '\u25a0 me \u25a0 for *\u25a0 a ; dance, \u25a0- should I . turn to my ; escort " and . ask \u25a0 his permission? "LOVE." • -.1. The 7 girl, takes the Initiative^ in both cases." v . - "\. : „- - ' 2. 'A';; girl ,, ls?: not? expected : to 4 dance \u25a0 wjth no - one -, but her v esct>rt • tfhrough- i oOt ; thei whole, evening. ;: Before 'danc- H ing commences he puts his name down on , ; her," program ; : . for." two ; v or -, : three dances. .The ; rest \u25a0 she . Is ; at : liberty - to ; dance •' writh -. any of > the :\u25a0; young \u25a0«\u25a0 men ' present ; with .whom she is acquainted. ' < Numerous Questions r . DeaT \u25a0 Mrs. Adams.' \u25a0 ; -. . „ .' * ' ..- .'-'.. . --. -1. I have many girl cousins.^ ls it proper' for my fiance to kiss -them? \u25a0 , 2. Is • it :\u25a0 nroper - for seven • glrla i to? go -to «\u25a0 dfn ce . wlth °nly one: young man?: 3. Is it- Droper r for » a : girl? to * leave : th» c fiance hall to go "'for' an' automobile ; ride"-*' without a chaperon? \u25a0 . . v > \u25a0 A.'X amKolng.to be ' married s soon and am. • going to have a quiets home wedding, sis it-: proper if or me to =. wear t gloves ?••-;. < • - .- '. . i. Was It .wrong 'of mo togo-to »;plcnlo -- with one young man and re tu¥n with an other? They are both friends of mine. . \u25a0 6. \u25a0 There -^ is -a -young -man ..who is v*ry attentive to . me. . I< do not care for him at all \u25a0 and do not encourage . him, but - still ha - . insists \u25a0 on -i. paying me • marked attention. •• -"'-.. What ••shall .1 do to ' show \u25a0 him that » l -do not care for him -without hurting his feel \u25a0.. -Ings? \u25a0„:--*• •"';: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•-•-"\u25a0..-. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0'. \u25a0 \u0084 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,'\u25a0,.<\u25a0\u25a0' 7. Should :my \u25a0 sister's nance dance with, , m© early in the evenlnx when at a dance?, ' ...:• \ .\u25a0:;\u25a0--... ;..;...:-. ; COUNTRT COUSINS. .1- L . It is 1 , Improper \u25a0• for . your ' fiance %to take such -liberties. ;-; . ; .^ •2. Mt - J is ; not i improper,', but \u25a0 I do not think the - girls ywould ; have \u25a0 very „= much opportunity .j to ; dance iwheriv; they /had no partners , who could exchange dances. -- 3. iNo^ifithe girl is.tired' of ;danclngf ' ahe .' should ; inform her.- escort * and * her .chaperon : and i then ;\u25a0 they- might ;\u25a0 go f au tomobillnglor,'go'home, j .This, however, : -would be very .discourteous to the nost y ess. for It ; would prove to • her that her entertainment* was: not pleasing.'. . : : ; 4. '/ It sls '\u25a0 necessary ,' ; to \wearj gloves,'; \u25a0 5. If ": you c made ,• arrangements ' with ; . the , one s young man* , to - escort <• you to s and: from? the .picnic.} yon* did wretagfto : accept -another- man's i company, j' \u25a0\u25a0»- \u25a0' ;- 6.. T[f. youi constantly.^ refuse^to r accept his Invitations and Ignore Shis attentions \u25a0he *will .; soon f understand \u25a0 that" < his com pany is not desirable. ~ «* •, 7.i Certainly, if .both -are Twilllnsr. ; . r >THe Correct: Way) 1 Dear Mr*.*.* Adams." ": '• '/"-'.* * i '- V . -"; ..-•'' \u25a0\u25a0•'&££&%& \u25a0 '-,: \u25a0What - Is ;\u25a0 the • correct -, way of - addressing r ; : the ! mother 'of |my - future husband both \u25a0• be- 1 lore and after marriage?. --GRATEFUL.' j \u25a0 Before ;marrlage address her. as l-"Mrs.'; Blank,?:* and "afters marriage '\u25a0-: call^her : "mother",- if * she ?. requests : you\u25a0 to ? do : so.'- Many ,v;, v ; daughters-in-law, § have : , various " names \u25a0 for - their % new \ mothers; t so F that 5 r there > will J ,be 'no : confusion; when - refer . ring -to; one .or.* the l other. » ,- r - , .' v .--;iV o "J ßeturn t lnvitations' "Dear. Mrs/ Adam*.- •'-'. ' :\: \ '\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'. -. : "•'. \u25a0\u25a0"- ; - \:' \u25a0 :>> We > live ' In T a \u25a0 small - town > where : there ' are *• '- at>out •as r«aual * number- ol \u25a0 boys and \u25a0 glrla. '.', . \u25a0• . . --/\u25a0: . \u25a0 . . \ - \u25a0-\u0084.-..-.• , The boys \ ar» ' always ready and plad to accept th©> girls" invitations to their "par ties, but never give a party or invite the /girls to any \u25a0 place. Lately the girls have ' not been j inviting, the . boys, and I the latter f are. upset, over it, .saying they are dlghted. What -ahaJl \u25a0wa -do? Continue \u25a0• to invite them?: . . TWO ' PERPLEXED GIRLIES. y Now,, girls, "I i think you are \ better able to settle -this "question than I. It ell depends upon- whether or not you wish* to^ provide all the: entertainment for- the -boys when s they, are ' not \u25a0 grate ful enough . to < Invite - you \u25a0to • places of amusement* -Of course,-; lf-you know they have .very good reasons' for not extending such Invitations, then I ad vise you to continue \u25a0 to have them at your parties. * . "*- A Lonely Girl .t Dear Mrs. "Adams. * * „. ~ • I am \u25a0a * young <glrl 17 \u25a0\u25a0 years : of age -and . - live • with my mother In a respectable part of the city.- The girls in this neighborhood and at schoj.l have nothing: to do with me, as my mother j is ' not considered good. \u25a0 \u25a0 Th© . boys don't - seem *to - have any respect for : me.. I don't Intend to stay here any longer, for I can't stand It. Please give me your advice.-!- haven't" a -good education and have no friends. I -am not. very strong. . Would you advise me to go on tho stage?, - Nothing can .be worse than where I am. I am a good' girl and intend to remain so, ; or. l would not be asking you to help me. •*;' I- rely t upon you, "for;- there is no one els© to - consult,- and -, xny -. mother doesn't car© - I- vjhat - 1 , flo.l - i: . ;,- - ;- FRIENDLESS. _ ";' T ain \u25a0 very ;' sorry .• tor you,Tmy dear \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: girl, \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'• and; sorry, too, ; f or ' your : neighbors \u25a0whojare narrow-onlnded enough? to hold r. you ' responsible for » your ; mother's ; con duct.;; I am": deeply 1 Interested i in your, case 3 and my, -first '\u25a0- bit r of * advice :• fa to ' urge •\u25a0 you ; nof to ' go on ? the \ stage. ; Evi- • • dently, s you \u25a0 are \ not "atrong ; enough ; for euoh a life • Won't ; you \u25a0 write me again, j \u25a0 a sending your.' naane and^eddressr so that •' ; I \u25a0 may correspond more intimately with \u25a0\u25a0• you? Wiiy.- not ; attend- a church Jn rthe vicinity, -where ;.youV will w become ac-. ?7 qualnted > with V new < people > and where new Interests In life will be offered you?. The different -clubs T of a church should! ' -; extend -a warm/friendly, handtto you, ' and your own goodness ; will be . enough, * for your friends found In this way. " - : 'Appropriate Games AdamcS . , , . - Some glrU and; boy» are going on a pic .-nlcwTh©, girls who -are giving -the plcnlo cannot come to a decision as to what games /• are s proper .' to - play. -\u25a0We ; are all . about =15 :-\u25a0' years old. . -\u25a0: We \u25a0 shall -be \u25a0 very . grateful : If you;wiU } sugge.t «ome^« b^^^ =: ; . Appropriate games ?i to ibe J played 4 at • a'« picnic i are: f Bean i bag,; baseball.--* tag ; I and s y ou ' might \u25a0\u25a0 have | alii sorts of | racing : contests,^ giving inexpensive prizes. to Uia '\u25a0/winners.; \u25a0\u25a0;."-"\u25a0. ': /.'\u25a0-• .'\u25a0\u25a0-"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 " ; : Not^Given Preference ;.^Dear Mri^Adams.'^,' -'j-i' ' .- ' •-. : ' .T .; - : - •'. i ! -, ; .'A" young lady • and - 1 are very, dear friends .' r \u25a0 — In fact, she says lam her dearest , friend. S but 'still, she 'will 'not permit' me. to call on '"-" her i on \u25a0; Sunday • evenings.'- but ( gives | prefer- 1 ence to another mail. -What can be done to 'gain i. her S society ' on ' these r evenings? ; ' It - y ; seems • sha - only < cares .to -. have >me < take . her Hto | places i of I amusement ..when I she I has I no " i on© : els© t to ' take her, but' ahe * denlaa this \u25a0, -i ' ; SENSITIVE.,, I ' I '?. have s not : space - to ; publish L- all , of \ your i letter, but; after I read-»" .»lng-.; it ! l cannoti helplbut ' feelUhat s you ; , r should Abe V, grateful ; that the - ; young" ; allows \u25a0£ you »;: to -'call. r.i'. If ? she . I ha's iso 5 many ) admirers *Ik th Ink ,i she ; is \u25a0" | quite generous -with \ her '> time" Do ; not ; ' cherish Ks the : j thought^that ?; she v only • w^ants * you iwhen \u25a0\u25a0. no -'one i else %is at hand. .You will be unhappy >if you do. ANSWERS TO BEAUTY QUERIES OWING to the great amount of mall received and -the limited space 1 given, this department. It is ab solutely; impossible to answer letters in the Sunday issue following their receipt. The letters ; must be answered in turn, and this ofttimes requires three or four weeks. '- \u25a0 ' All correspondents who desire an Im- . mediate answer- must inclose a self addressed stamped envelope for a reply. This rule must also be compiled with in regard to personal letters'. Red Nose k Dear . Mrs. Symes." Will you please "tell me what makes my ncse get red when overheated? Also name a cure. > . . A READER.- Poor circulation of the blood and the transparency of your skin are probably the causes of your red nose. Dally mas sage with cold cream will act as a cure. ; Cheeks Are Thin "Dear Mrs. Symes. : \u25a0 Do you know any 'way of rounding out . the cheeks? r Although I am plump enough otherwise, •my cheeks are thin. - \u25a0-.-.. Is there any harmless medicine that will Increase one's height? - ANXIOUS A. To make thin cheeks plump, rub a good skin -food, in with the following move ments: To treat the right cheek, placo the thumb of the- left hand just beyond the corner of -the .mouth on the left cheek as a brace. Make'rotary move ments upward and outward, beginning at the corner of the mouth and making three \u25a0 diverging -lines of manipulation over the cheek. With the rlj?ht hand treat the left cheek. About six times over each cheek is sufficient. I- would not advise 1 any one to take medicine with a^ view to increasing the height. Practicing .stretching exercises Is the only way to add to one's stature. TV Prevent Curling / Sear Mrs. Symes. Do you know" of anything that will pre vent the hair from curling? Also, do you know ,a \u25a0 cure ' for flesh worms that appear on the nose and under the eyes? * . : , PERPLEXED. . A good bit •of oil applied to the hair will make the hair less curly. I am giv injf the recipe for brilliantine. which you may .use for this purpose: _ Sweet almond 011.\... ........ 8 fluid ounces Alcohol 4 fluid ounces Glycerin ...;....:..:.*........... 1 fluid ounce OU of 'rose geranium 12 drops Fleshworms, • which are , really black heads, may.be removed by the following treatment: Bathe, the face with cloths wrung out of very hot water; dry care fully and -then apply a good cold cream. Wipe away the cream which remains on. the surface with a soft cloth and then bathe the face again, first with warm water , and . then with cold, ilf you -will do this every night. before retiring you will soon be rid of the nuisances." :' %: Obstinate Freckles \ Dear Mrs. Byrnes.* Win you kindly publish a recipe for ob stinate freckles? What will make my hair a little bit darker?. , . , , E. L. M. Tho* following Is a recipe for a pasta which' will remove freckles: Oxldo "of zinc.'...1.V.......... ........ % dram. Sublodide of bismuth \ dram Dextrin© 1\ drams Glycerin .r...: ...'.:. l««j drams - Spread the ' paste upon the -freckles at night before ; going to bed. In \u25a0 the morning remove what remains with a little powdered borax and sweet . oil. : Sage tea may Ibe used ~to darken tho hair. Make' a" strong brew of dried leaves, strain ' the liquid carefully through.;muslln, and to each plat add two teaspoonfuls -of - alcohol. This 'should t' be , rubbed . on the hair every night. before retiring. -."V ' \u25a0Tanning Mole* Hair f Etc. -Dear Mrs.' Symes. V" - - ? . - .- „- !_-- For, at v least two ; months • I : have, been applying. tannin to my. lips twice a day, but as yet cannot see that It has had any effect. - Would you i advise anything else?.: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ...' • .2.;'.. What can* l- do to remove a mole from the back of my neck? It Is very dlsngurinff when^liwear Dutch collars. .''\u25a0•• ,- .. . 3. I am 15 years old and about ,flv» feet six Inches - tall. * What r should .my weight and. other proportions be?.' '• t • \u25a0 4. After I have ; had . my hair washed it Is . I extremely:; unruly : and ' flies \u25a0 around ' terribly. ' - i Can ; you. suggest; any. remedy '. for. this? - "--•s.f?Not knowing. that. rery hot wacter would - coarsen the hands, I have been accustomed .to » putting s them win - almost" boiling \u25a0• water ' whea wasnlas-tha dishes. I -need not state fne result. Is ther» anything I can do to remedy this? UGLT DUCKLJNG. 1. Probably a stronger solution oi the tannin will help to reduce your lips. .2. It is never safe for an amateur to attempt <to remove a mole. You should \u25a0 go to a thoroughly reliable operator and have It removed by electrolysis. 3. As .you are too young to be fully developed, there Is no standard which you should reach just yet. Girls of your age vary In proportion and weight, so that it is almost impossible to say what you should ibe. 4. If you will apply a little bit of bril liantine to your hair after It is arranged you will find It will not fly In all direc tions. Here Is the recipe for a very good brilliantine: Sweet almond 0i1............... 8 fluid ounces Alcohol 4 fluid ounces Glycerin :....... 1 fluid ounc» Oil of ross geranium 12 drops 5. You will be able to improve th« condition of your hands by wearing cosmetic gloves every night, f o make the gloves, use soft, large, leather gloves, three or four sizes too large. Rip them open and spread the lnsldo with tha following preparation, then sew th« rlpped-seam up: Cosmetic Paste. Ground barley, the whits of an egg. a teaspoonful of glycerin and on* ounce of honey. Liquid Face Powder "' Dear Mrs. Symes. Will you kindly publish the formula foV your liquid fac» powder? Thank you la advance. , mtct-r^, Here Is the recipe you desire: Pure oxide of zinc. M .-r.....> 1 ousc* ' Glycerin ..' 1 dram Rosewater 4 ounces Essence of rose 15 drops Sift th<» zinc, dissolving It la Just enough of the rosewater to cover it; then add th» glycerine: next, the remainder of tha roia water. - Shaka well and apply with a soft sponga or an antiseptic gauze. The face must b« \u25a0well wiped off befor* the liquid dries or It will be streaked. •The Electric Needle f Dear Mrs. Symes. - I .would like to know If ta» electrical .needle is a permanent cur* for superfluous s& a? feon?™ \u25a0*• »— «»«*-4 The.electrio needle. is the only thin? which will remove the hairs permanent ly, and if properly manipulated it will not leave large pores. I know of no method whereby eye lashes may be made curly. You should xeel grateful that your lashes are lons. A Breath Sweetener ' **. Dear Mrs. Symes. Will you pleas» publish a redps for bad breath? IWw ft is not raaccoSnt rt bad teeth, DISTRESSED ELLA. If your general health is not good, your i breath cannot be sweet. Breaths tablets or mouth washes will be of no avail, If the digestion is impaired, or if there is fever In the blood from consti pation, or If the liver is not actln» properly. If you yourself . are not able to locate tho trouble.- It would be worth while consulting the advice of • a phy sician, who will be able to give you tha quickest yet safest. cure. . To Remove. a Mole Dear Mrs. Pnne*. . ~-v. Will you. kindly tell m« whether It I» possible for moles to be removed by mean* • of electrolysis without leavini a scar? A.^ B. Expert operators say .that moles caa be removed by electrolysis so that no scars will remain. Before going: for such- an operation you should nast* certain that the operator ;is reliable. - : : Shaved Eyebrows * Dear Mrs. Syraes. 'HfIPMfIMBHP4IHp9 A few days ago. yielding to a very foolish Impulse. I shaved off my eyebrows. Whea will they com© : out again ? will they b» . darker this time? Will any, barm result? Though a boy, I have been an interested reader of your, department. READER. It la Impossible to say just when the eyebrows will grow. out again, and ona . cannot . tell whether they wllt-be darker. No '\u25a0 harm will result; but - the effect It has -on :• one's appearance - should • b« enough to control one's wish. To hastea the ; growth . of the eyebrows, rub vas«- > line into them daily. « „ '