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The Kangaroo Walk.
Th? IMsarte devotee usually carried something in her hands when she went a-wnlking. Whatever it was. umbrella, golf stick, pockctbook, roll of music, it was so held as to accentuate the long, slender, straight and slightl' forward tipping lint- of the figure. The girl with the kangaroo method of locomotion generally discards umbrellas and "small traps" of every kind. Her hands are usually clinched in decidedly pugilistic fashion. The Ik'lsarte girl loved to wear her hat set straight on her head a la the sailor hat so beloved of the dear, im possible Gibson girl. The kangaroo maiden pulls her soft felt almost down to her eyebrows or pushes the round golf cap which replaces it almost back to her crown. The girl with the "reli gious walk" has taken points from both of them, rihe has in fact seized upon ' many of their distinguishing characteristics and transmuted them to uses of her own, with a difference. The mouth of the Delsarte girl was a delicious thing of sweet curves modi fied by a slight degree of determina tion. The kangaroo girl molds her mouth into a straight line. Chicago Times-Herald. How to Wash the Baby. As a rule babies should be washed by hand. Machine washed babies do not mature so rapidly, and being rubbed on a washboard is likely to wear holes In the baby. The baby should be put to soak over night in lukewarm water in which has been dissolved a handful of pearline. This takes the place of the old fashion ed wayof leaving him in a wash boiler on the stove for three or four hours and saves much labor. In the morning, after rinsing in three waters, add a little ball blue to the last and pass the baby quickly through it. Too much bluing is apt to give the baby a faded look. We do not think that babies should be put through the wringer too soon after washing. Ketter results are ob tained by hanging them on the line at once if it be a sunny day. Otherwise they may be hung up before the kitch en Are and when thoroughly dry starched and ironed at your conven ience. Mrs. Lydia IMnkhani Maginnis. President of the Colonial Daughters of the Dames of the Revolution. THOMAS. Hardware. Wilson Heaters of All Sizes. TJ1 Editor sess Wonders. E'litor W. V. Barry of Lexington., Tenn, in exploring Mammoth Cave, contracted a severe case of Piles. His quick cure through using Bucklens Arnica Salve con vinced him it is another world's wonder. Cures Piles, Injuries, lnflamation, and all bodily Eruptions. Only 25 cents at all druggists . The Christmas Ladies' Home Journal offers a superabundance of literary and a-tistic features inmost attractive form. Among its nearly twoseore contributors are Mrs. Lew Wallace, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Charles Major, William Perrine, ClilTord Howard and Elizabeth Lincoln Gould, white A. B. Frost, W. L. Taylor, Reginald B, Birch, Henry Hutt, George Gibbs and as many other illustrators sup ply its pictorial features. Apart from the articles having special holiday tirm-linees of interest, the notable fe i n es of the Christmas Journal include " I Innkeep er's Daughter "Who Dissolve 1 a Presi dent's Cabinet," "What May Happen in the Next Hundred Years," "Jerusalem as We See it To-day," "To Women's Gifts of Twenty-Five Millions," "The Little Men Play," a dramatization of Louisa M. Al cotts delightful stary, "Where Children See Saint Nick," "The Fourteenth Man," "Two Christmas Days at Rock Farm," aud "The Successors of Mary the Eirst," "The Story of a Xoung Man," and "The Blue River Bear Stories," which are con tinued. Edward Bok has a thoughtful article on Christmas celebration, and there are various articles on women's wear, Christmas presents and edibles, while various other prastical, helpful themes are ably presented. By The Cur tis Publishing Company. Philadelphia. 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