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  2. THE LADIES.

    Down by the vine trellis there is a tangle of sweet peas. Apple Blossom, their name is I think. The upper petal deep in colour like the tips of the blossom, the ...

    Article : 996 words
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  4. GIVING UP MARRIAGE.

    Just why some women db not marry is always a mizzle to the onlooker. The bachelor man often thinks these women who still maintain their state of single ...

    Article : 223 words
  5. WHY WOMEN MARRY.

    Some women marry because they haven’t the courage to remain single. Some women marry because a man has asked them to, and they don't like to say “no.” ...

    Article : 189 words
  6. LEARNING TO COOK.

    “I forbid the banns, because this woman does not know how to cook.” This is one way of making the punishment fit the crime—an extreme way. perhaps, but, after ...

    Article : 792 words
  7. THE LETTER BOX.

    May Dawson.—Now that the Chatter Letter Box has really started I put your name first—for do you not remember writing years ago before the Bookshelf was ...

    Article : 247 words
  8. THE DAY OF REST.

    For purposes of clearness and to assist thought I will map out the subject before us thus:— I. To outline Haeckel's position, and put ...

    Article : 2,015 words
  9. VALUE OF GLYCERINE.

    Nothing is better for chapped bands than a mixture of glycerine and olive oil in equal proportions. The softness of the oil takes away the smarting property of the glycerine. ...

    Article : 229 words
  10. IN FASHION’S REALM.

    CP-TO-DATE NOTES ON WHAT TO WEAR. Embroidery invades everything, and, is being done to death. This is the literal and figurative end of everything—a fashion ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,888 words
  11. THE COURAGE TO ACT.

    There is in every one of us a streak of indolence, so that we are wonderfully skilful in postponing what we ought to do, writes Miss Cabot in The Canterbury Times. ...

    Article : 547 words
  12. HOUSEHOLD.

    Boots.—Tomake leather boots waterproof, saturate them with castor oil; squeaking, drive a peg into the middle of the sole. ...

    Article : 555 words
  13. CHERRY RIPE.

    It is always interesting to trace the history of people who have served as models for famous pictures and our friendly interest in them is a life-long one. A ...

    Article : 254 words
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  15. GLEANINGS.

    The German Empress has lately taken up gardening as a pastime. Her Majesty has always been passionately fond of flowers and delights in arranging the vases ...

    Article : 332 words
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