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The Usual Oversight.
“Had 1 best run the risk? Shall I make her
Thus he mused while considering the step of
“Will her wit entertain me, her beauty at
He tried to remember some virtue she lacked.
“Can she save, be submissive and loving at
Or simper and purr like the average dunce?
Can she make her own dresses, prepare all the
Do away with the bang and wear sensible
He thought it all over, then made up his mind
That she was as perfect as any he’d find.
“I’ll have her,” at last he decided; but woe!
He’d forgotton to weigh up her possible no.
BLEMISHES OF THE COMPLEXION.
The Ill Effects of Wearing Black Nose
Veils—How to Cure Pimples and to
Prevent Freckles—Some Secrets of the
Mrs. Hester M. Poole, who lives at
Metuchen, N. J., is a well known writer
on all sorts of household and art topics,
She is a small woman who moves about
very quickly and talks rapidly and well.
Her dark hair, faintly streaked with
gray, is cut short, and waves all over
her head. Her eyes are blue and her
face is pleasant and kindly. Although
her home is in Metuchen, she and her
husband are much in New York and
elsewhere. They have been great travel
ers. Mrs. Poole's presence is frequently
required in New York, aside from busi
ness, by social calls upon her. She is
also a member of Sorosis and of the
Women's Press club. These two facts
mean the expenditure of three after-
Yon guidepost has. through countless days,
"To London” pointed on.
Nor once has quit the angled ways.
And up to London gone.
TRY THE SOAP CURE
The Pleasing Personality of a Popular
Writer on Household Topics.
Reproach me not. though it appear,
While I true doctrines teach.
I wholly fail in my career
To practice as I preach.
Have we not all, 'mid life's 1-etty strife.
Some pure ideal of a noble life
That once seemed possible? Did we not hear
The flatter of its wings, and feel it near.
And just within our reach? It was. And yet
We lost it in this daily jar and fret.
Bat still oar place is kept and it will wait
Heady for us to All it, soon or late.
No star is ever lost we onco have seen;
We always may be wbat we might have been.
at the same price, ’lue standard of mo
rality would be higher, as a man would
be judged by the same standard as a
woman, and only those of irreproach
able character would be elected to offices
of trust. For instance, it has been
proved that a woman can become as
good a dentist as a man; yet the New
York colleges will not graduate a wo
man, for no other reason than that she
is a woman. Here again, is the Wo
man's college, requiring a much higher
standard to matriculate than the male
colleges. Why should this be? If we
are capable, why not grant us equal
rights, so long as many must depend on
themselves as bread winners?
“It is all nonsense to think that a
woman will be any the less womanly be
cause treated with fairnes. Ten to one
many would never vote unless com
pelled to do so to put the right man in
for self protection. The mere fact of
the privilege being theirs would be suf
In Passaic Dr. Turner has organized
cooking schools, sewing schools and
kitchen gardens, as well as the kinder
gartens. The Turner drum corps is com
posed of proteges of the doctor,who have
named their band in her honor. She
has many friends and is widely known
throughout the United States by those
interested in philanthropic work of all
kinds. It is said by her friends that she
devotes the whole income of one of her
offices, which amounts to from $3.000 to
$4,000 a year, to charity in aid of chil
The above picture is a copy of an oil
portrait of the doctor just finished.
J. H olland .
to “teach, typewrite, report, keep books,
cut, drape, sew, etc.” The enterprise
has been crowned with snccess, and the
demand for trained girls in various oc
cupations is growing. The college is pre
pared now to supply such demand. This
is how women may help one another.
The girls are taking so many prizes
from young men in every branch of
learning in which the two come in com
petition that it is no wonder the boys
are opposed to coeducation. One can
understand why they are so. How
about that gray matter theory?
E liza A rchard C onner .
with an air of deep solemnity. Rarely
are they pretty, for though their fea
tures are regular they are generally a
little too large for beauty. In manner
they are calm and almost stately in
their own comical little way. They
seem rather overpowered by the respon
sibility of being descendants of the an
cient Romans. Soft, melting brown
eyes with an expression of melancholy
are one of their greatest attractions.
The very young lady of the fourth,por
trait is that rara avis, a fair Italian with
golden hair, and the pallor and purity
of a marble statue. An even, gentle
smile crosses her face as she waits for
the artist to uncover the camera which
he has deceitfully told her is full of “lit
tle birds” #ud various other curious
SPECIMENS OF AMERICAN CHILDREN things. Though her father and mother
are Italian her solemnity is not as unre
OF FOREIGN PARENTAGE.
lieved as that of most Roman babies; per
haps the fact that she is a free born Amer
Good Natured German Babies, Coquet ican citizen has modified somewhat the
tish French Infants, Fair Italians, Dig severity of her gravity. Her favorite
nified Spanish Señoritas and Cute Chi edible is macaroni boiled in milk and
flavored with onions.
THE BLESSED BABIES
[Copyright, 1892, by American Press Associa
More than half the babies born during
the year in the United States are of for
eign parentage. But in spite of the fact
that they are all members of the glori
ous republic, the land of the free and
the brave, there is never one that does
not betray its nationality either
feature, disposition or taste.
trimming on the “bottom and down the
front. The front of the corsage is filled
in with lace. The sleeves are of plain
chameleon silk. The back breadth is
ent so as to bring the stripes together on
chevron, and the tasteful bonnet is of
white chip, with pink ribbons, brown
feather and a small bunch of currants,
(•'ream surah parasol, with fall of Span
Just now silk guipure lace is the
favorite, and it will probably have a
long period of popularity, as it is rich ,
and cannot be successfully imitated.
This is always black and the real of
Point d’esprit is also to be much worn
as bertlies and flounces. This is beauti
ful, but frail, and used to be known as
blond. It does not soil quickly, but
tears easily, and can never be cleaned;
so it is just the thing for the grande
monde, particularly as it is also quite
Saved by an Undecided Man.
for Infants and Children
* * Cast orla is so well adapttxl to children that
I recommend itaa superior to any prescription
known to me.”
II. A. A rche », M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cast aria cures Colle, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl
Without injurious medication.
“ The use of Castoria’ te so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
ot supererogation to endorse it Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castona
within «uy reach.”
C arlos M artyn . D. D..
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church.
“ For several rears I have recommend«!
your ’ Costona.' and shall always coatinne Io
do so os it has invariably produced beoeflcUl
E dwin F. E ariixs . M. D-,
“The Winthrop,' UMh Street and 7th Av».,
“I was one of the party of eight once
held up by a lone highwayman,” said P.
New York Oily.
J. Marlin, a bridge contractor. “I was
traveling by stage in Montana. The party
consisted of two army officers, a specu
T hk C kktaub C ompany , 77 M urray S trbrt , N bw Y ork .
lator, four miners and myself. The stage
had been held up pretty frequently, so we
all went fixed for trouble. Every man had
a brace of sixshooters, and we were just
aching to have the road agents tackle us;
at least we talked that way. We com
mented very unfavorably upon men who
yielded to the demands ot the freebooters
without a struggle, and promised them a
warpi time if they tackled us. One man
had little to say. He was the speculator,
a red headed man with a squint. Finally
one of the army officers asked him what
he would do if the robbers attacked us,
and be replied that lie did not know.
“As we swung around a sharp bend in
the road the stage pulled up with a jerk,
the driver threw up his hands, and almost
before wc knew it we were looking into the K.'y’» 'ream Halm it not a liquid, «nu/- or powder. Applied into the noatrCU At <•
barrel of a Winchester. Well, sir, that
quickly abaorbed. It eleaneee the jiaiL allay» inflammation, heal»
lone robber marched us out and stood us I j
'e or eent by mail on
‘ t of price.
up in line with our hands above our head. | I
Then he threw each man a small sack and
made him pull it over his head. We all
complied but one. The red headed specu
lator pulled his gun and shot the bandit so
full of holes that he died before he could
touch the ground. Then he climbed up,
knocked the driver off the box and drove
the stage into the next station with the
most crestfallen lot of braggarts aboard
that ever wore a gun and neglected to use
it.”—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The superintendent of the money or
der department of the Pittsburg post
office is a woman, Mary Steele, but she
MRS. HESTER M. POOLE.
has never stolen a cent of the people’s
(Copyright, 1892, by American Press Associa- noons out of every month. Mrs. Poole money, though she handles $2,000,000 a
has been a member of Sorosis and an year. She has not even made any mis
officer in that distinguished body for the takes.
greater part of the last twenty-two years.
WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.
Her work, however, is of the greatest
Gentle, docile and shy, with a manner
interest. She has contributed to nearly Sweet Revenge In the Shape of Flats for
half timid, half confiding, Chinese babies
every home paper of consequence in the
are most attractive. A group of these
country. She wrote upon art for Our
children in their gay colored silk cos-
The ordinary boarding housekeeper
HOSE who take care Continent, the weekly magazine that has for fifty years been the terror of
tume>- lend a picturesque touch to the
of health do not need began so auspiciously under Judge Tour wage earning women. If she took the
curious, dirty, narrow streets of the
gee's management, but passed out of woman boarder at all, she did it with
Chinese quarter in San Francisco.
Many women are much troubled by existence later. She has also written on such a give him-a-cold-potato-and-let-
The Chinese are very proud of their
little black specks about the mouth and “The Arts of Decoration,” “Domestic him-go air that the working girl felt
children and dress them very handsome
A l’nrrot Story.
nose called “blackheads.” Some ascribe Art” and “Japanese Art.” She says, painfully her helplessness. She was
Every fond grandmother or doting ly. When the baby is a month qld the
On leaving Jamaica for New York, via
to them the romanticism Of ill health. “Every species of art has been my spe made to understand that men were in parent can point out innumerable and father gives a dinner to all his friends at
Philadelphia, I was somewhat puzzled as
I regret to say that they are simply dirt cialty.”
all cases preferred to her and that if remarkable differences between their one of the many native restaurants and to what I should do with Polly during the
—the result of soft coal and winds im
In the more practical realm of house men could ' be - had - to
the landlady’s own tiny tyrant and every other in ex the child receives its first name. If it is a voyage, so I asked the captain’s advice.
pregnated by black soil, aided by the hold topics Mrs. Poole has done much
room’s the landlady would not hesitate istence, their own being undoubtedly young Chinaman, when it is old enough He recommended me to put the bird in
wearing of little nose veils, which, were writing. In Good Housekeeping was
a moment about turning the girl into the cleverest, brightest and most beau to go to school it will be given another— charge of the steward, who was also tak
they white, would by their looks give printed a sketch called “The Philosophy
the street. It seemed in truth that the tiful baby ever ushered into a cold, un “Promising Advancement,” “Rising ing some parrots and other birds to Phila
some warning of their condition.
of Living,” and in Mrs. Logan's Home boarding housekeeper was the natural appreciative world. Notwithstanding Student,” or some such ambitious refer delphia. I found him quite willing to re
The best way to get rid of them is to Magazine a series entitled “From Cellar enemy of her own sex. Well, the tables these unbiased opinions nearly all chil ence to the progress it is hoped he will lieve me of my charge, for which I was
make a stiff lather of some clean, hon to Attic.” For The Homemaker, under are being turned now. Working women dren of the same race have many traits make. A Chinawoman has only one very glad, as I had a child to look after. I
est soap and water, hot as ever yon can Marion Harland's administration, she have at last found a way to circumvent in common, and are more or less types name until she is married, when she re went each day to see Polly, but he would
take no notice of me and was never heard
bear it. With a toothbrush rub gently published a series of articles with origi
the enemy. Blessed be the man who in of tlieir nationality.
to say a word during the voyage. I had
(in a rotary manner) the parts affected nal illustrations upon “Home Decora
Children though petted and indulged told the steward how well he could talk
German babies are the prettiest in
once a day for three or four days, then tion.” She has also written descriptions vented flats and the modern apartment the world—they are so fat, so fair and are never spoiled by Chinese parents, and he tried to induce mo to sell my par
house! Working women, from those in
less and less often till they disappear. of beautiful homes, including those of
rosy. They are good natured, easy go strict obedience being exacted from rot to him, offering me any reasonable
The soap should be left on all night. George W. Childs and Thomas A. Edi literature and art to those who are ing little creatures, with blue eyes like them. The Chinese baby in this por price I would name. Of course, I refused
The treatment will redden the skin son, and has published articles upon va
forgelmenots and flaxen hair. In ap trait is always very well dressed. He to part with the bird, but he seems to have
naturally, but that disappears in a few rious home occupations for women, the ries, have found out that by putting pearance they are healthy, with firm, wears a pair of pale green trousers, with been determined to have him at any cost.
little funds together from two to
On arriving at Philadelphia he brought
moments. For the persistent ones, rub rearing of bees and silkworms, the cul
four of them can rent a flat of their white flesh. They love music, which is a deep yellow band at the foot. His my parrot (as I supposed) to me, with a
well in a little Holland gin with a soft ture of small fruits, jelly making, pick own
and have that which every as the air they breathe to them; but coat is of quilted magenta satin, and great deal of paper wrapped around the
white cloth. On no account squeeze ling, preserving, etc. This series was natural woman's heart yearns for, their enjoyment is calm and critical, as around his neck is suspended an amulet
saying he had done so to protect
out a blackhead. This but makes the made more useful by containing the a home, with or without a man befits members of a philosophical race. bag containing charms against evil cage,
Polly from the cold. Not thinking there
pore larger for a larger speck next data of cost, labor and profit to be ex in it, as the case may be, but in any Of German slumber songs there is no spirits. He is fond of playing in a rather was anything wrong, I prepared to leave
time. Those who are snbject to black pected.
A nnie I sabel W illis .
event a home. Girls have discovered end, either to number or variety. Here grave and serious way, but one of his the ship, when, happening to pass the
heads must use soap.
place where the steward kept his birds, I
ley have only to keep
na- is one of the most popular:
Those little impish pimples that usual
heard a great fluttering of wings and a
Sleep, baby, sleep;
A WOMA^ DtNTIST.
do as they would be
familiar voice say, “Here is Polly,” and,
ly pop up the day of the party or when
Thy father guards the sheep;
and not let their tongues wag too freely,
sure enough, there he was among the
Thy mother shakes the dreamland tree
one's best fellow is coming to town may She Runs Two Offices and Finds Time and they can live together in happiness
And from it fall sweet dreams for thee.
other birds, while I was going off with a
be stopped (for the time) by a little alum
for Philanthropic Work.
and harmony and make for themselves
Just look at this little Teuton, who was
dissolved in water applied through the
Dr. C. G. Turner is the only woman the daintiest, brightest of homes. Every
Poor Polly was in a greatly excited state
day. Sulphur applied in the same way who has passed the Imard of registration year by the hundreds they are deserting born in New York. Is he not a typical
and evidently understood the situation.
and camphorated vaseline are also prompt in dentistry in New Jersey. She is not the forbidding old boarding house, where German and a lovely baby?
Of course the steward offered some lame
cures. As pimples, however, are an in only a skillful dentist, but a remarkable they were only tolerated, not welcomed,
excuse for the mistake (?)—Cor. New York
dication that the blood is not in good woman in many ways, having two and taking little flats and making homes.
condition, that should be attended to at offices which she visits daily.
Bless them, how they do enjoy it! They
An Audacious Query.
once. As camphorated vaseline is con
She is a great humanitarian, a strong can have their friends come to see them,
I imagine that none of the royal family
ducive to superfluous hair, it must be advocate of temperance and woman’s they have their own pas« keys and go
have the blessed privilege of looking like
used as sparingly as possible.
suffrage, and is also interested in the and come as they please, and no spiteful
me, because instead of being saluted as I
The more difficult pimples should be kindergartens and whatever promotes gabble assails their ears. These hard
passed the house of parliament I was rude
allowed to ripen perfectly, then squeezed the welfare of children.
ly ordered to move on. The cold shivers
working, self respecting women always
till bright, fresh blood comes, showing
are running up and down the backs of the
Dr. Turner was born in Ohio and edu pay their rent and are neat, businesslike
folks who have this big building in charge
that all bad matter has been drawn off. cated in Indiana, where she was at one and quiet. And now comes in the sweet
because of dynamite outrages. This state
When squeezed too soon the skin is time a public school teacher. She went revenge. It is coming to be that if
of trepidation happens periodically, and I
marked and the pimples soon reappear.
to Boston, where she was • graduated house agents can rent flats to respect
don’t know how it is that they always
The most commonly seen form of from the kindergarten, being a protege able working women they prefer them
look upon me with suspicion as I take my
pimple and blotch is a form of acne. It of Mrs. Peabody. Mrs. Turner went to
walks abroad in that vicinity. They seem
is caused by imperfect circulation and New York, determined to take up den
to breathe more freely when I have passed
do not smoke or have noisy* beer drink
digestion. It can be almost wholly tistry, but found that the College of
greatest pleasures is to trot by his the place.
cured in a few weeks even after several Dentistry in New York refused to grad ing parties, and they do not wear out
father’s side through the streets as he
I stood for a moment by one of the small
years' standing by persistent steaming, uate women. She then matriculated at
goes from shop to shop peddling small doors through which a policeman was
commodities. He babbles in a mixture of marching out and in. I stood to read a
hard rubbing with a coarse crash towel the Women's College of the City of New
constructing apartment houses “for wo
Chinese and English and tries to walk notice that was printed and framed and
and the application of a good facial York. It is well known that this college men only.” In New York an agent
by himself, tottering across the side locked there by the side of the door. The
soap at night. Rub the soap in with a requires a higher standard to matricu
was to the effect that this entrance
stiff shaving brush, leave on all night late than any male college in the city.
walk almost under the feet of the other notice
was reserved exclusively for peers, the sous
a flat house with refined, quiet women
Chinese pedestrians, who carefully step of peers, bishops and princes of the blood
and wash off in the morning with very
Mrs. Turner began her training in who earn their own living and mind
French babies are lively and vivacious
hot water and rough towel. Alcohol dentistry under her husband, Dr. J. A.
out of his way. It is very pleasant to
and have not the great rolls of white see how gentle and kind the men are to royal. The policeman stopped in his march
and camphor, once a day perhaps, also Turner. It is said she has conquered their own business
and watched me. I met his cold, suspi
It is a sign of the times that a woman’s
these little ones, playing with them and cious eye and said:
aid in the cure. No creams or oily sub every branch of dentistry, both mechan
“Which are you?”
stances should be used.
ical and operative. In the morning at free trade club, the “Frances Cleveland made and olive skinned, with just the fondling them most affectionately.
“Which am I what?” he asked severely.
Here is a song with which Chinese
Regular daily gymnastic exercises 7,when the weather is fine, she rides the club,” has been started in New York by
"Are you a peer, the son of a peer, a bish
mothers sing their babies to sleep. Per
should be pursued, with special motions tricycle for a hour; at 9 a. m. goes to Mrs. Mary Frost Ormsby. Sarah E.
or a prince of the blood ?”
to strengthen the stomach and abdomen, her office, where she remains until noon, Fuller, the engraver, is secretary, and they will hang their heads and try to haps “sing” is not quite the right term op He
stepped down from the entrance and
to apply to extraordinary high falsetto said threateningly:
here being the seat of the trouble. If after luncheon taking the train and go the Marquise Lanza, Dr. William A.
make you believe so. A French girl
neglected, acne becomes chronic and in ing to her other office, remaining there Hammond’s daughter, is chairman of baby is a born coquette and is naughty admired by the Celestials, though it can
“You move on.”
the executive committee. These women
not be denied that to ears accustomed to
curable. I know a lady of fifty who until evening.
I moved.—London Cor. Detroit Free
and audacious just to tease. When
has been steadily treated for six years,
She is a woman of broad mind and are in earnest and they intend to have scolded she tosses her pretty little head it it seems to have a soothing effect:
Snail, snail, come out and be fed;
while a girl of seventeen who has had it takes deep interest in all the leading similar clubs established all over the
with the sauciest air imaginable until
That Raise of Salary.
Put out your horns and then your head.
in its worst form for four years was al topics of the day. On Sunday she country this summer, to induce men to
thy mammy will give thee mutton.
When you have an opportunity to be of
most wholly cured in six weeks by the teaches an infant class of 100 children, vote for Cleveland and free trade. The
For thou art doubly dear to me.
more value to your employer, don’t make
an abrupt end, as she intended; for all
use of facial soap, Turkish baths, local and is also interested in improving the foundation principle of the clubs is op the while she was watching you with
These children are all American citi the mistake of trying to get a raise at
steam baths and regular gymnastic and condition of the colored race.
her sharp black eyes that snap with fun. zens and will attend the public school, once because you have him on the hip.
When asked if she liked dentistry, Dr. in the judgment of these ladies that
Under the ordeal of the camera she is and later on cast a vote. They will be Don’t try the “I’m going to leave Satur
Freckles can be made to disappear Turner replied, “Certainly; every wvm-
pose as her celebrated countrywoman, better men than their fathers, and their day
Clerks who have been kept right along
an Bhould enter the field for which she makes life harder for poor people. The Sarah Bernhardt, herself. Raven black children, in turn, better than they, for
attention of Mrs. Ormsby was first
through the dull season, clerks whose er
The old treatment of freckles consist
called to this question when she went is the color of a French baby’s hair, each generation will have greater ad rors and weakness« s have been overlooked,
ed in peeling off the skin. This made a
clerks who have been coached and trained,
among the Italian women last year to
babylike complexion for a week or two,
persuade them to help in the World's straight as straight can be. The greatest babies mentioned here, though born of clerks who have been given a stock in
but the skin being made by this means
fair. She found them poverty stricken delight of the small original of this por alien parents and types of their various trade, so to speak, by the experience ob
superfine, the enemy returned with in
don’t make spectacles of yourselves
staggering under a burden of taxes trait is when her father, whistling a nationalities, in reality form a large tained,
creased strength in color and number.
lively operatic air, catches her up and proportion of ths rising generation of when the clerk above you, possibly in
A modern method treats freckles as
charge of the stock or buyer of the stock,
came a free trader. On the other hand, dances her about on her own slim little America.
being little clots of iron settled under
elen E. G regory -F lesher , M. A, is sick, leaves or is changed, by trying the
when, some time since, I brought this
“force” gag. When you are asked to as
the skin which the sun draws to the
question of protection . or free trade up she knows it.
sume the more responsible position, do it
surface. By the use of tonics and skin
for discussion in a class of Cincinnati
A lady who does me the honor of read with might and main; show a disposition
foods the clots are dispersed and driven
ladies, who were learning parliamentary whose ancestry is written in her face. ing my fashion letters asked me recent to succeed and an appreciation of the op
back into the system to join with the
usage, I found that only one of the
ly why I never seemed to consider the portunity given. Then, at a proper time,
other red corpuscles. This I have seen
any requests or ask for considera
brides and why there was never an idea make
successfully done a score of times. (May
tion.—Dry Goods Economist.
heaven bless the inventor!) By the use
Republican. I rejoice that women be
I present a toilet for a bride and one for A Passage front a Preacher's Journal.
of a tonic occasionally, once dispersed
gin to have “views” on the tariff ques
her mother, also recently constructed.
the freckles will not reappear.
In the published journal of the celebrated
tion. They are naturally better econo
That of the bride was of white ben English preacher, Frederick Robertson,
Women like the idea of steaming. It
mists than men and the time is coming
galine and white brocade. The front of occurs the following singular passage: “If
is heroic and quick; but it does not act
when their judgment in national econo
the skirt was of bengaline, as also were I had not known a certain person I never
equally with all, and must be used in
mies will be needed and asked for.
the sleeves. A sash with low, drooping should have given up the profession of
moderation or it dries the skin. For ex
ends was of white moire, four inches arms to become a minister; if I had not
tremely oily skins or to give »thorough
One person, a young lady, is courage
wide, and a small spray of orange blos met a certain lady I never should have
ly clogged skin a heroic start it is bene
ous enough to criticise the voice of Mrs.
known that person; if my dog had not dis
was fastened in the knot.
ficial. The best way to accomplish it is
Kendal, the British actress who knows
turbed that lady’s invalid child at night I
to hold the face over a deep, narrow pan
it all. The young lady is Lily Hollings
never Bhould have met her. It is true,
of very hot water, with a towel over all
then, that if my dog had not barked ou
head, granddaughter of tlie veteran
that particular night I should now be in
to keep in the steam. Fifteen minutes
actor, Janies E. Murdoch, and herself a
practice owing to her sex, she smiled platform reader. Miss Hollingshead pro
the dragroons or fertilizing the soil of
is sufficiently long.
Some are benefited by dashing the and replied: “Well, yes, at first; but I nounces Mrs. Kendal's voice thin and
face with very hot and very cold water find doing goal work overcomes most of poor in the upper register and monoto
Wages of Lighthouse Keepers.
alternately. For some this is but a them. One day a lady entered my office nous in the lower register. She further
Lighthouse keepers are paid from *60 to
temporary excitement and deadens the and asked, ‘Is the doctor in?’ I replied, declares Fanny Davenport to have the color unmistakenlv betoken Spanish
*1,000 a year, the highest salaries being
•I am the doctor; can I do anything for best voice of any woman who appears
blood, Unlike her French sister, the
given to those who occupy isolated posts
It is well to avoid a constant and care you?’ With a disdainful toss of the on the stage in America today.
like Minot’s ledge and those on the Florida
less washing with soap and water. Here
reefs. Each one of them has a book of 153
Mrs. Lena tittig, of Brooklyn, has in forefathers, and does not approve of the
again individual experience must be had.
pages which teils him what to do in every
puolicity of the photographic studio.
emergency. If his light goes out he is dis
A coarse, greasy skin may be washed
The mere accident of having been bom
charged, no matter what the excuse may
once a day; once a week is sufficient for
in the United States has not dispelled
be. Experts called “lampists” go from
others. Great care should be used in and asked for the doctor. When I an cloth prepared without any rubber about the native haughtiness of her race. From
lighthouse to lighthouse continually, ex
the choice of soaps. Any kind that bites swered ‘I am the doctor’ they looked
and repairing lamps.—Washing
the tongue is harmful to the complexion. at each other in dismay. Finally one re
The best kind tastes like olive oil—sweet
covered underneath as well as out of grand and lofty disapproval. Why
and smooth. Spanish olive oil or pure little attention. I examined his teeth, are
should she, the descendant of proud
Levi, Jr.—Fadder, de sheDtlemans vat
white castile from some reliable house
In England it is not very uncommon hidalgos, be thus rudely exposed to the
puys te tiamond engagement ring yester
are both good. One rub of the soap over rivo and drawn one. He then said it
day comes py te store today ant pawned it.
the cloth is sufficient. Even then water was the most satisfactory work he had for women to serve as vestrymen in the public gaze? And when the photogra
pher dares to lay his sacrilegious hand
Levi, Sr.—How vos he look?
should ba shaken over it to prevent its
upon her to change the pose, she raises
Levi, Jr.—All proke up.
direct contact with the skin. The face that when he found I was a woman he an innovation which some half fossilized her voice in amazed bewilderment at the
Levi, Sr.—Vill you nefer learn to take in
cannot be too well washed off after soap. wanted to go right out, but did not like Episcopalians regard with horror. Why? indignity. Spanish babies are usually
Another, also very small, was in the terest in te bizness? Vy didn’t you try to
That is a good, helpful plan adopted
Most of the roughing, chapping and to; so decided to have one drawn, if it
sell te shentlemans a pistol?—Life.
very shy and do not easily make friends.
other damage, especially to hands fre killed him. Now this gentleman and by the Mississippi Woman's Legion of They are extraordinarily reticent for veil fell to a little below the knees. A
quently washed, is the result of imper
narrow rose plaiting of the bengaline
tal work, and have sent me many cus was formed to enable Mississippi wom children and never indulge in the wild went twice around the skirt, and be
fect rinsing and drying.
flow of chatter to which —
tween them were fastened tiny gprays
Most women wash the neck and hands
“My thoughts on the 'woman’ ques making a living, so they might better »re addicted.
of orange flowers. The dress fastens in
too much in lathers of soap. They may
meet the new demands that have come
the back and four imitation pearl but
find these parts to have become aged
on them since the war. A bureau of
tons close the sleeves at the wrist.
much more than the face in consequence.
Nothing could be simpler or prettier.
Plain water often is sufficient to rinse an end. It would make a great differ education was one department of the
The mother’s gown is of iridescent
off the hands, and cocoa butter will be ence with the temperance question; also legion, and this branch established an
Pekin pale green and garnet, with gar
I see five baby bullocks
found a good cleanser of those dark with the injustice in the industrial industrial institute and college. Ever
And a calf both young and white.
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