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  2. A COLONIAL TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

    From time to time the exquisite humors of a training college in England, where young gentlewomen are supposed to absorb "colonial" experience have been alluded to in those ...

    Article : 469 words
  3. THE SPANISH WOMAN.

    The feminist movement has made such progress even in a backward country like Spain that women have played an Important part in the present war at Melilla in urging their ...

    Article : 561 words
  4. Woman's World.

    The most beautiful thing in the world, said the old Greek, is a woman. Suppose we believe him provisionally at the least. Now, If a woman is best suited by a skirt that fits ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 295 words
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  6. TESTED RECIPES

    Boil one pound of peeled and cored apples with a teacupful of water and three ounces of sugar till perfectly tender. When cold boat them well with six ounces of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 66 words
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  8. BROWNING FOR GRAVIES' AND SOUPS

    Should be made thus:--Take half a pound of coarse brown sugar, one table-spoonful of salt, and nearly half a pint of boiling water. Place the sugar and salt ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. REAL SCOTCH SHORTBREAD.

    Try this recipe:--Rub half a pound of butter into one pound of flour, add four ounces of caster sugar, and knead into a dough, adding, a very little water if necessary. Roll ...

    Article : 61 words
  10. WHAT IS BEAUTY?

    No "self-respecting woman of the present day would consent to appear in a crinoline." It is Mr. Balfour who noted the change in the course of his inquiry into the "historic ...

    Article : 310 words
  11. AN INGENIOUS SCHEME.

    Living in an apartment and being situated so that my husband could not get away from business for a rest, I decided upon a plan for a two-weeks' vacation at home. Our ...

    Article : 289 words
  12. TO PRESERVE DAMSONS WITHOUT BOILING.

    Choose perfectly ripe damsons, picking them on a dry day, and rejecting any that are not quite perfect; then lay them gently into wide-mouthed, clean, and perfectly dry ...

    Article : 96 words
  13. BLUE SPECTACLES FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE.

    Mr. A. Hingston, of 613 George-street, Haymarket, writes:--"In your issue of the 3rd instant I read an article with reference to blue spectacles being beneficial for ...

    Article : 163 words
  14. PRESERVED GINGER-PUDDING.

    Required: Two eggs, their weight in butter, sugar, and flour, three ounces of preserved ginger, one teaspoonful of baking powder. Beat the butter to a cream with ...

    Article : 87 words
  15. INGENIOUS HOSTESSES.

    There seems to be no limit to the Ingenuity of the American hostess. At a recent fashionable wedding, after dinner each prospective bridesmaid and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 229 words
  16. THE FASTEST TYPIST.

    Rose L. Fritz, telling the story of her success as a typist—she has won the world's championship six times--says:-- Great speed in the operation of ...

    Article : 611 words
  17. A HOLIDAY FUND.

    There is a custom in many families of forming holiday funds for saving up week by week in view of the summer jaunt, so that when this comes we may be well proveded ...

    Article : 244 words
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  19. MERELY MILLINERY.

    The battle of large hat or small hat still wages. To show how far it is from being settled, let me describe a model hat which had just arrived from Paris on the day that ...

    Article : 278 words
  20. ALL LENGTHS IN SLEEVES.

    It is a happy fashion that allows a girl to wear her sleeves of any length she prefers. The full puff to the elbow, finished with a ruffle, seems to bo tho only sleeve that is not ...

    Article : 124 words
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  22. HAND-PAINTED SLIPPERS.

    In the present day, when little details of costume are considered so Important, It Is not surprising "'that evening [?] painted to match the gown or specially ...

    Article : 80 words
  23. HOUSE AND HOME.

    A house is built of bricks and stones, of sills and posts and piers; But a home is built of loving deeds a thousand years. ...

    Article : 77 words
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