TiixrnirioiNrT 1906 by mrs. HErnr " SYMES THlf AKD' B EMJT IFUL- E M X I I it , ii i wiiti ii n 1 1 in ii i t " ..... i -- j - .ir... -r--r M II I - - :.-' .. iv' " . ' " J ' . ji i i,. J,ii ". 1 ill, ... .-' -ITT 1 r SjfTr I OF AUj th muscles of th body, thoao of the back Are, perhaps, - the moat Important. In almost all of our movements, from the sim plest to the most complicated, these - muscles are used. Walking, standing, bending, going upstairs, lifting a chair, boarding a car and In a hun dred other everyday acta the musclea of the back are brought Into action. " How shall we best develop these mus-. cles and keep them in good condition is the question. ' ' , . . . ZZ I believe that the easiest and best :way to accomplish this is by a few minutes' regular dally exercise, and the following movements are, to my mind, excellent for the purpose: Raise and lower the weight slowly ' and . rhythmically on the toes. This will -'..not only develop the muscles of -the ' back, but those at the calf o the leg as well. It makes the ankles flexible and brings the body Into poise. It is well when practicing thls exer- clse to keep the eyes fixed on some " point straight ahead. Now, seat your self easily In a low chair, placing the feet upon a hassock orfootstool. Kx- hale the breath, and, as ypu Opto, lean forward, stretching the hands toward the toes. Hold the position for twenty "" to thirty seconds. -7 - - This exercise Is Peculiarly valuable - for the correction of a hollow back, and will often relieve7 a' severe backache. , jet any one, for Instance, after several -. hours ofhard work, writing, sewing. etc., try the above exercise, and shsJ will soon discover that It Is a perfect "cure for discomfort in ths region of tnr . back. . :.' ' . Beautf Hints by Mrs. -: Henry-Symes CONSTANT READER To improve your omplexlon take a good blood purifier, go In for hyglenlo llv- tn. abstain from rich, highly-seasoned " food.' get plenty of outdoor air and drink ouantltles of . fresh water. Apply the Fossati cream to the pimples as directed. :;- - Fossatt Cream f or-Pimpl.- Lanolin. I grama: sweet almond ' oil, i arams: sulplur preclpltste. i grams:-oslde - i of sine, I'm grams; ztract of violet. 19 , AoIly a very '.lttle of the enam to eaeh - pimple; wslt until the pimples are cured before uln the face brush, which would Irritate tbem." , - -' Mrs. A. D. X advise you to consult a skin specialist. It would be Impossible for me to prescribe satisfactory treat merit tn yout case. except the-one -for prematura wrinkles, SXCePl. :in- una ur, yisiu.uo w.mimovt ...Ul.luJ .Inn. ,.n.ln M Hyaj porn jiuyitwireu v.'.w . your letter. I repeat that , with pleas ure.. . ' - ..; ' - Lotion for Prmatnro wrinkles. Alum. 10 sralna; almond ndk (thick). 1H ounces: nsewaur, ounces. I ... ntuolve the alum In -the roeswater, then ncur saatly Into the almond milk, with constant saltation. Apply with a soU linen , cloth every night cetore miring - - n...i --V .j rs. F. E. B. Tying one curl topnot . lion. With, a large ribbon bow, and ' ns? the reat hang loose la a becom- o 1 v.r ""Mrs f ashlosv letting in rv Ins style for most children of 4 years. wlll produce natural-looking, curls. ' M H. Head rotation is an excellent exercise for preventing and removing . a double chin. Do this regularly morn--.lng-and evening.. Massage with a - firm, bard rriovement, and make fre ' nuent applications of cold water. Tha Vaucalre remedy Is excellent for bust development. . v, . " - nt eolef water, followed by brisk rub- ' hing wTtgraPgtr-tOWel;" Will 10 ' I-Iff-. h. huat firmer. Tha aulnlna ; "'nilh.1 excellent for Drornot- ' Ing the growth of your hair, and yotj ' will find the cream tor hands referred - to beneflolat . inff th growth of your hair, and you be beneficial In your case. It Is for anlarglng tne oust omy, u wu develop any other part of the body. Mrs. j. B. V. Your case seems to be ; a stubborn one, and I think massage 1 with a good skin food would be help-f ful. A good skin food may be used on ' any part of the body. '. EL M A good exercise for reducing tha hips and abdomen is to lie fiat on ihe back with the feet under pome - object which Will hold them firmly to the floor, then. Without bending the knees, raise the body to a-.sittlng po- - aitlon! Repeat this as many times as vou can without becoming overtired.'. . . vnvof anv method of mak-e 1 u yj nw. " v - - - . ' ..wing the nanos amaucr.. 111 iii IAN. r 'erexino ot nyuroacii wm bleaoh the superfluous hair on Tour', To 'S&e t ind Lower face so It will be less noticeable,' but will not remove It. The following de pilatories have been used with success and there are also satisfactory liquid depilatories on the market. uepuatories. One of the oldest depilatories manufac tured, and, which has a very large sale, is as follow": t , SulphyUrate of sods, I0 grains; chalk. IM ""Jl Ik thoroughly and keep dry In wall eorked eotUes until wanted for uaa. Take enough to make a paate and add warm water to It until the proper eoneieteney Is aeoured. Hpread'over the hairy aurfaoa and allow to remain for from one to flva min utes, according to the nature o( the growth and tha suaceptiniuty ot me sum, tn.n scrape off with a blunt blade a paper knire. or ample. It should be removed, aa In every caae with a depilatory, when ths burning Mnaatlon Is produced. Too long con- tact with the akin should be avolde1. and - immediately atter the hair hue been re- waaneo Wlin wimi wr an v.mii or a bland oil applied to prevent Irritation. AA.taU .4 S tkliatiM-w I mad . fnl. waahed with warm water and a cold cream Iowa: 1 Rulphlde of soda. 1M grains: slaked lime. TJ. t gralna; starch. M sralna; lime water, 4 guld drama Apply as, the preceding. r ... Harlum aulphlde la also used aa a paste for depllatoiiaa. The standard formula la: ii.-. im etilnhMa. - aa a-r&lnai rjowdered .... . . Wltn water. ... uMi.u.ii -" 1 1 ' - mut be ahaolutely dry tq,he effective whea It' Ii fnlKU wrm lh rtilfc: -a.wil.t, ,.i-r ahould be afterward added to' make a thin P"at Bulphlde of strontium m.k.l. a sulphide of trontium, - drm; oid of sulphide of strontium, I drams; oxld , ,nc. j drams;,powdrd ataruh. I drams, ' aopTngtHe'busr-vrea Very high on the head makes the face appear longer, and, consequently, nar- CONSTANT READER The little red spots yon describe are, I think, a species of moles, in which case they should only be treated by a skin spe cialist. I advise you to be careful not to Irritate them until they bleed, as trouDireome rmuita iiiia"' iv.'w". Commercial addresses are not given in this department, so. I cartnot rec- ommsnd a wig maker. . , .r-. ..... A V. nAnnlv the tntlnn for nllV hair to ihe scalp Just as you Would a 'tonic. A small brush Is convenient for ins purpose. .. R. D. The' lotion tor enlarged pores will not promote growth of superfluous ,-le win bair. Relieve Backache ; On Care of Hair GRATEFUL. A food brllllantln will add a temporary liwtra to the hair and "i1ainfantJ hair BruaW; hlctowU-' dtatrlbuu it vniy or tb bair. w M. E Try the t olid wlwr Honro-for your falling hair: .-. ... Formula for railing Hair. Cologne, ounceaj tincture of cantharld-a, ; 1 ounce; oil of Engl lab laysader, oil of rosemary,' y, dram each. . - ADPly to -he room of the hair once or twice g day. It Is poarflrely neceaaary that the soilp ahould bikapt clesn. Bhameoe r. at least ones a weak, i.. r " - K. M. C Persevere with: the treat- tnent a little while longer. . vr , ANXIOtTS READER. I ao not re member the powder to which ypu refer, . but the one 1 am giving you is excel lent for perspiring feet. Bathing thefeet night and mornlug with a saturated so- - lutlon of boraclo acid In. alcohol, Wlll also prova most beneficial. , Foot Powder. : " : - Burnt alum, t grama; sallcylle scld, i grama; starch; U grams; violet Ulcum pow Ddat SrairVraplrinc feet. Which should -be bathed at least onoe dally. The Reduction of Flesh JANE. .You will find some helpful hints In the little set of rulee I am giv ing you: , - -V Avoid all stsrchy and sweetened food, all eeresla, vegetables containing sugar or , starch, such sa peaa ben cp ra. Pp""toea, etc. Have your bread toaate.1; aprlnkle It with salt Instead of butter. M lk. I regret - to eey. tt it be pure end good. l fattening. Skimmed milk may be drunk. Hot water la . an excellent substitute for other llqulda Add a little of the juice of limes or lemons to It" If yoe choose, Limit your sleeping hours to seven at ths ouutde. No pupa. Tou must take exercise. ' - If &u cannot w.ik at lesat n-e mi to. a dav. and do not wheel, go to one of tn Inati- t,yorrwh.r.m harllfal m." Is rvJ. ,, Deverat of my eorreapondents report exeel , lent results from this method of .fating the ' vlgoroua cxerolae they require. The aye em. la thoroughly wholesome end not expensive. : In reducing fleah the one fact to teoojlert Is- thstfat la carbon: oxygen oatroy. or burns out oarnon. iw mu.v ' u .T- TT.r, by the f.rej. "'iiSii The more rm I""---7-- --.-.,h. aequent destruction oi - " . ful method of curing obesity. h - The more starch and sugar you eat the " more carbon to bum away. , BI7BSCRIBER. Since receipt ot you" " ' lettef the Vaticalra remedy has ; been nubllshedV I cannot advise you In re g"e" tn the ecema-lt requires speclflo ( treatment. 7 ntinn for Enlarged Pores EDITH MAT. Continue using tha almond meal as a substitute for soap and apply the following lotion: Borie acid, one- eremi witch haseldU- - .n' fJur ounces. Apply with a piece of old linen or bit ot absorbent cotton. , Pimples Leave Marks : I am a consUnt reader of your dvpsrt int and wouid greatlv appreciate your 2J-v.Tn TLTK. rrrorllVmPlee; ah a- The witch hasel cream will bo bene eiJl.i in removing the marks left f rqm pltpl. rRb in gently ve.al a i day. . ' ; Hair Split at Ends t ,m a .readir o' our 1.. ,lk5 5?? KlT oV a brown color) splits st ra ttU-. d jgjw. and Sk sin". ..KWr . 'liVvs the end. of your hair c'"" singed once In six weeks until all . SplU ends hava disappeared. . Hair Falls After Fever - hSgZnru. rr would It V".. -J..;...- will irevent It, falling out r " -y t-?Itv. following lotion to prevent - xrtrVllls. saavfeSJll Ssl awaaaaaagaiaaiaa iaawa-gaaaws-a. the hair from falling. In addition to, this Vub a little vaseline Into the root of the hair at frequent Intervals. - failing OI lus nai. , us vemtaa! sas aiBMUpiriia- ef roaamary. two .ounoesf -aicono.- two CAppTy several times a week to the roots af the hair. . Harmless Liquid Powder ' . Will you kindly publlah a rerlp for. a harmlea liquid face wash, to use In place of powder? Also If it Is not too much trouble to print It over again, I would Ilk a good cold cream recipe something that WIU not incrasao in iiu.i, v. J. B. For Wbitinlno; the Skin A Liquid Pnwt!er. Pure' oxide of sloe, t ounce ; glrearia. t dram; roaewatsr,. ounces; esaenc, 0f mae. 15 dropa. Blft th sine dlaaolvlng tf In Juet anough of th rosewster to cover It, then add the glycerin., next the remainder of th res-: Shake' well snd .rmlr.w'th a soft sponge aa? en antiseptic gauze. : Zhs face must be rfe ' . hmrz- ' . "9 - L. Si. - well wiped off before the .Uquld dries or it will be streaked. ; ,v . Witch Easel Cold Cream. ' -mati ' te-eint tit AnM almond. , Malt; nour into a mortar which has been heated by being Immersed eorae time hi lu.ilin miAtmr Varv aradu.llv add three "ounoes or roaewwrer and o wltoh .'m,. hasaU sad asalduqualy atlr ths mixture until an emulaton Is formed, atiil afterward ' -antll ths mixture la nearly cold. This cream la particularly asefuij to heal sore or stretched skin. . . 'I . ' To Fill Outliollow Necks Wilt you plesas publlah a remedy that -will fill out the hollows In ths neck: also en for enlarging th bust T M. P. ' . ' Massage with a good 'skin ' food Will fill out tha hollow places lu your neck. Dr. Vaucalre'e-remedy is excellent fur developing tne bust, and massage with akin food will also, prova beneficial. -Dr. Vaucalrg'g Remedy tor the .Suat.- Uquld extract of galega (roatsrue), 1 , grama; lac to phosphate of lUn. 10 grama; - tincture of fennel, 1 grams; simple ajrrvip, . SOS grains. --- - ' ' . The doa Is two soupspoonfuis with water i before each meal. - ' -Dr. Yaucalr also adtrlae. ths drinking of matt extra during meals. - Itching Scalp i I sm a young girt, is years old, and wlsit ' to aak your advice In regard to a certain . matter. My hair la long and thick and as black and gloaay aa jet, out l navs a wtis dandruff, and at times my scalp Itches tar- - ribly. - But th worst of all Is that my hair -la ao straight that i cannot drees It be- . - comlngly. It flattens right down to my i head. In damp weather especially. I dread to wssh It. for, wben X do. very month. -I am not able to do anything with It at all. Will ou kindly publlah a formula to make th hair fluffy, and tell m what I can do to -eese my scalp when t Irritates sot T ' Remove tha dandruff from your scalp by using the following mixture. I think this win atop the itching. 1 advise you -to do your hair up in curlers two or three-times a week, using a harmless "curllne, which will make the wave last ; longer. You should then be able to ar--rang your hair becomingly. ... To Eemove Dandruff. : Tincture of oantharldea 1 ounce: liquid ammonia. 1 dram; glycerine. U ounce; oil of -thyme. Mi dram; rusemary oil. H dram. itl.-4Ut togetaes WW- S4K- ounce oi roae water. Rub th scalp thoroughly with this - preparation until no further evidence of danuruff Is noticed. Borax in the Shampoo Water I have seen where you have helped others-'"' very much by your ready sdvlc, snd now I writ e sag you about ths hslr. Do you - -thlnkthaL t .0 much tyfsat.conatgntly T tends to make th hair turn grayf 1 have beard that both ammonia and - Wirav lend to max tne hair gray. And do vou think that after, a time borax lone Its effect T TROUBLE. Ammonia and borax should each be Used with moderation and Judgment; and their excessive use will prove in jurious to the hair. A teaspoonful of either In the shampoo water la enough for ordinary purposes, and, used in this proportion, they are harmless. Oily Skin I sm a constant reader of your paper, and would Ilk to know if joucuuld iu ma of something to keep my face from being shiny after waahlng. and also something . t msks my. hair grow; it M vary thick, but short. . . .. UKM8IE 8. As your skin Is oily, I advise you to . wash your face twice a week at night ' - before retiring with a flannel first dip ped In hot water and then In a beaten up white of egg, in which a little lemon Juice baa been dissolved. At other times, after washing your face, dust It - over with a little boraclo powder. Qui nine hair tonlo Is excellent for promote Ing the- growth of the hair. - Gaining Hair Tonic. : Sulphate of quinine. 1 dram: rnsewater. I ounce; diluted aulphurlo acid. U minims; .. rectified spirits, a ounces. -Mix. than fur ther sdd glycerine, ounce: easenc of roy al, or aaaenc of musk. I or I minima. Agi tate until solution Is complete. Apply to the roots every day. Pimples and Blackheads Will you kindly recommend through your column a good car for persietent pimples Tinir 6 lack heads whrrh appear on face and neckT I have heard that you named foa- fur i iwi in nil i M 1 ing me the recipe and sdvlas how to uaa th aariMT is vasann or campDor lea bad fur th akin? I hsv ue th earn, and tar face appear oily and at tlmea ehlny. OEOROIA K. Pimples usually indicate some Internal dl.tUIDance,. anl snouta oe wraieoj n ternallv. The Fossati cream Is excel -. . , . . . . . lent for external use, but-wlll not effect a permanent euro if the trouble ie from within. You will fin- the lotion for blackheads very satisfactory. I do not advise ths use of either vaseline or Jam poor Ice ae a face cream or skin bod. They ere good for many ills, as In case of inflamed skin, chapped Hps, . cold sores, etc., but for general' use a regular face cream Is better; - FosiaU Cream for Pimplee, !.anolln, f grams; sweat almond ell,' I grama: aulphur precipitate, I grama; oxld of sine. t grams; extract of violet, 14 drops. Apply a very little of the cream to each plmpl. '( . T. Lotion for Blackhead. Fur brandy, 1 ounce: cologne, I ounce ii,,.7. niint u iiaM -i JiaVWHaftlTw.ta,g the fail tboroui-bly with soap and yAfeg. . LV WV- 1 VI . K a.Wt. 9 - 1- f . V. J a: f cr" l . r a . b - z v u : : A Short Best & meHcal:cfjhe:lag- BY paying proper attention to diet and clothing we can more fully enlov the summer weather and avoid many of Its discomforts. Our digestion Is sluggish during the summer, which Is nature's way of tell ing us to eat less concentrated solids. . It's a good plan to cast off ail fatty meats and use a small quantity of lean meat, beef, iamb, young chickens, dell-,, cate fish, etc. - Oreen, watery vegetables, such as cucumbers, tomatoes, green peas, lettuce, cress and young cabbage, ' " re whflegfmernoor1ghing-attd eooilng . to the blood. Buttermilk, If clean and pure, le ex ' cellent summer food. With buttered -brown bread and a small dish of cress It makea a delightful and hyglenlo luncheon. - Ice cream cools for the moment, but keeps you fanning later. Water Ices and sherberts. If taken slowly between meals, are far more cooling. That fruit la meant to form a large part of our diet in aummer Is beyond ' . all doubt a fact. Every Inducement la offered us by nature to partake of It Fruit Juices quench thirst In the most - ; wholesome manner, and at the same time delight ths palate. "They do more than this; they keep the blood pure and cool, neutralizing injurious acidity and - aiding digestion.- . Importance of Rest and Recreation Copyright. Uot, by A. 8. Barnes Co. - A GIRL, wrote ms the other day that she had both the time and the opportunity for half an hour's rest at noon after her - .4t,wghtw, nJHmt-at,m aaneratlv took - i""0"""'"? I! VT 1 . IT VV." uuui . i rev oi , i v. v. i , .1 in , . advantage of both bv throwing her self Into a reclining chair and taking' a nap for ten or-fHtcon-minutoa. 8om one had told her that It was not hygienic, and she was In a quandary, for she was afraid that she would develop Indigestion. i- Although digestion la slower during sleep, a few minutes' rest after a : meal Is beneficial and will do no harrm-. Just a word more about rest In the " middle -of tha day. - If you have been sitting all the morning, take a walk In the open air.. If you have been standing, recline for a few mlhutea If you can. If you have been work- " Ing hard with your hands, read a few . , minutes. If you have been using yonr brain., go for a little walk, or to your punching bag. Do something to stir up your siuggrsnncsa. ' Tou remember the little suggestion about resting the eyes, by looking up . ' - 'v '4.S.V T y ' In hot weather the whole body should be washed at least once dally. It cold morning tube are Indulged in, they should be supplemented by hot evening baths. Bathing the wrists In cold water dur ing the day will cool the whole body. Don't overtlre yourself. You should never tear along at winter's speed on a hot day. Heat has the etfec: of relax ing your physical power, and, conse - auentlv, your system cannot stand the r V. .. , ,,,, Vs. mil An It with topuraty in cold weather - Active spuria ,iiu urn mw, - moderately on hot days. In summer every woman will bs better for a short rest In the heat of the day. Men can seldom pursue this plan, but very many women can. and those who are able should make a point of this rest on hot ""member, too. that more sleep Is required In summer than In winter to--make up , for the waate or th body, which is always going on.. Don t worry. Never worry or grumble about It la quite unavoiuniMT, v -' ' wll. :mak. jr.-. Wtrr wro very much, there Is all the more rea son for keeping calm, and, therefore, cool on hot days. from, i your woxlta,t)ll.,pff to thed?-. tance efery halfhour or hour tlurlrnr the day. Relax your mind In the same way. Stop thlpktng ot your work now mr,A h.e an.i sail ud the memory of. some beautiful sunset that you have .n of something broad. You have . - --T-"- --wia-r-OTTi wast vtin and' no ideaTTiow thU 111 rs you - rVIIVT U Ilea v w a a.-ew r Stand Jn jfront of your mirror and relax your eyes, your mouth and your 'Paln"glves ua warning of trouble In the body, fto do restlessness, depres sion and Irritability give us warning of trouble with the nerves and mind. The nervoue system needs various changes. Monotony and overaltentlon are both Important elements ot fatigue. If ydu are- able to do so, take one aft , ernoon In the middle of every week for recreation. Or tnke a week-end holiday. Take an hour In the middle of every day. Take a minute out ot every hour to think of your horlson and your sun eet. - . Change of work Is often as much rec reation as plnev Take tip some wn'k that Vou reali H. Thera I noth ing like having a hobby la lile Ml Interests you very "much, even If It H a card Index. -It Is said, and I believe with truth, that no skilled workman can do- his best work for more than eight hours) -a-day for six days out of tha "nr,l llav vou ever watched a skUlea pianist er a drum beaterT You have no- Ing. This is not affectation, nor Is it , ,ui it n.a unit rolaxea the hanoa in the midst of worg, and makes them -all the more ready to proceed. . In the matter of sleep you must Da) your own Judge as to the amount necesji sary. ' The general opinion, and l oe-- -lleve the right one, Is that an adult re- quires eight ,nours oi steep vu v. twenty-four. In most cases, especially " you are) regularly employed every day, nine ' hours will be better. Take eight at lght and one in the mlddle of the afurnooa i-lf you can. . It you are not able to -v arrange It so, then take nine at night and plan as much rest as possible some) time after luncheon. . . . Do not work up to the minute or going to bed, but change the cusrent ot your thoughts and relax the Unstoa fo at least a few moments before yo seek your nights rest. t--. Keep tne air of your bedroom pure. Remember that you spend one-third ot vour life there. The skin is very active during the night and throws off muohj waste matter. This, as well as the aia, . ' i - i i win tha lunaa. makes toe - necessity of changing the atr from tlmav to time very urgent. . . Never cover your head with tne bea clothes. Covers should bo light but The temperature of the sleeping roons Should not be too cold. From 5a to CQ degrees Fahrenheit Is, about the right temperature, ' IM) not till your bedroom with drap eries and knickknacka, but have it a plain, cluanly and dust-free as possible. The bed aud bedding should be ex- ; - posed to- the sun. every day. . Feetne pilEpws ahould be excepted, satha sun ; Is said to draw the oil out from the) . feathers. They should be exposed to en current of air, however. Two light blankets are warmer thai, one heavy one on account of the layeg . of air that Is between them. Bedclothing should be thorough! dried and aired. Special precautions) should be taken in traveling, and if yout find the sheets damp and cold It la much) better to slip them down and lie next tot the blankets. Many a severe cold, with) Us consequences, would thus be avoided. , Banish the f father bed, and sleep on a - fairly hard' mattress. Never let tha light of the moon of the sur) shine di rectly on your face. Never wear any) f arment at night that you have worn a the daytime. Air the day clothes at night and tha night, clothes during th ,. day. . It Is well not to lie In the same posli tlon all night. Turn at least once irons one sl.la tn the oUerTheghtslde considered the preferable one. It is not well to lie on the back very long at aj time. Do not doze all the evening, but Ifl you are tired and sleepy give up to it ann ao tn bl. It is not wise to go to sleep with at sensation of hunger. You can take any; light, simple food If you wish some-, thing that you like and that agrees with) you this is your problem to decide. You will do well to let tea and coffee) alone. Never lay plans at night for tha next day's work. SleeD tn the munlrv when vmt ears. - Petting accustomed to city noises uses) up stores of nervuus eneiity. Insomnia is often due to cold feet. Never go to bed until your feet are) warm. Take some exercise to stir up) the. circulation In them such as has been given before.- Standing on the tip toea la good. You can get them warm by aj warm foot bath or by vigorous rubbing. - Massage is very soothing to many girls, and does more than anything else) they can try to produce sound sleep. A warm bath Is often soothing Just before going to bed. People vary, how ever, In this respect, aa well aa In regard) to exercise lust before bedtime. Home tr prepare, for sleep, while others are) aisturoea oy it. If you are troubled with sleeplessness. ?ou should not work -mora, than from our to six hours out of every twenty four, ' and you should do this work lit the early part of the day. If you are very seriously troubled with , Insomnia and ere not able to overcome , , It, the beat thing you can do is to take a little trip aim look at othr scene 1 and talk with otnor peonia for a tew , ilay. It -111 chamra tll furrflnr g your lift- and you wui come, back iiume retreanea. A natural consenuence of Insomnia is increased sensitiveness. Sensitive" ness Is a form of nervous tension. Get rid of yourself.' Uo to Nature, jour ryes ner.ti me, PtQaJMPanq . 5..0JL ii n a. the horlson. the yellow of the snn the blue of the skies and sea, ths green of the grass and leaves, the pure pie of the hill. When you have to hurry, hurry wltK your muscles not with your nerves. What good does It do to hurry What are we- hurrying for? "While we live, we die," and hurry doee not prepare for death. .... If you have contrarted the hb". , you ran unloam it onlv by perslai i . eflorL You muat exercise your i. power to stop It. ..... We would do well to I -Orjental calm. The the Hhah of l"ci' i to Join a pai l" ' " He repllci: "It I me that " " 1 ' ' another, 1 1 . t. . t ... I ' .'" .