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  2. COOKERY.

    Arrowroot Cakes.—Beat the yolks of four eggs for a quarter of an hour, then mix in four tablespoonfuls of fine sugar, and beat for another fifteen. ...

    Article : 890 words
  3. HEALTH IN THE HOME.

    It does not follow that a person should not bathe until cooled off. As a matter of fact, if a person is not exhausted, the feet that the pores are ...

    Article : 140 words
  4. The Double Chance.

    From the Feeling of his half [?] and primitive joy which impelled the Mannersley folk to give their favorite the heartiest of ...

    Article : 2,078 words
  5. MATTERS FEMININE.

    Complications are bound to arise where a deaf man is concerned. The one in this story was being married, and the parson asked the usual ...

    Article : 86 words
  6. HOUSEHOLD HINTS.

    Very strong tea will stop the bleeding from a cut. A discoloured steel knife may be brighten by drawing back and forth ...

    Article : 768 words
  7. DELETERIOUS DIET FOR THE YOUNG CHILD.

    For a child under three years of age, the following articles of food are, improper under all circumstances:— Ham, sausages, pork in all forms, ...

    Article : 95 words
  8. BRUISES.

    The prime object should be to excite as speedily as possible the absorption of extravasated blood. If possible, the injured part should be raised and a ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. YOUR AFTERNOON BLOUSE.

    Here is a simple but smart blouse for afternoon wear to be made in spotted net, muslin, or chiffon. It is prettily trimmed with guipure lace. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 77 words
  10. SPINACH RECOMMENDED.

    This homely vegetable, contains salts of potassium, iron, and other things which conduce to a good complexion, long life, and cheerful disposition. The ...

    Article : 142 words
  11. COLDS.

    Whenever you contract a cold, before resorting to drugs of any kind, try the following process: If able, go out into the open air, and breathe copiously ...

    Article : 171 words
  12. NAIL-CUTTING LORE.

    The old finger nail formula, from early Saxon times, reads as follows: Cut them on Monday, cut them for health. ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. ONE FOR THE WIFE.

    Not long ago had the wedding hens rung. Not long ago, in fact, had they shaken the last of the confetti from their garments. ...

    Article : 199 words
  14. DIET IN DIABETES.

    In all cases of diabetes it is important that the digestive organs should be kept working smoothly, and much therefore depends upon the diet. Meat ...

    Article : 335 words
  15. EASIER LIVES FOR WIVES.

    There have been many attempts in recent years to diminish the strain upon woman in the home, caused by the ever-growing servant difficulty, and ...

    Article : 283 words
  16. AN UNCONSIDERED POINT.

    You want a horse, sir?” said the horsy-looking individual, as he saw a likely customer approaching. “I vas ‘of—I vas ’t!” replied the ...

    Article : 175 words
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