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By Mme.Lina Cavalieri the Most Famous
No. 202 Fairy Finder Treatments
OUP. good mothora taught ub1o
keep thp fingers always
away from tho eyes, and-In
prlnclplo thoy were right, for hands
that seem tho cleanest tuay still
carry germs of disease to tho eyes
and may even cause tho Iobs of
sight It tho hand Is gloved, tho
eolorln'g, 'matter from the glovo .tnay
be aoKBiUBlcatcd to the eye, irritat
ing and poisoning It A. treasuror.la
One of yttlr American theatres lost
one eye because he forgot -tho warn
ing not to rub the eyes. Banknotes
passing through many hands are
common carriers of dlscaso, and tho
young roan who had just finished
counting a roll of them rubbed an
itching aye. Irritation, fovcr and
swelling followed. Tbo infected eyo
had to bo removed to savo tho sight
of tbo other.
So It Is a safe rule never to rub
the eyes unless with hands that are
medically clean that Is, that have
been washed In water contain.
Infl some sterilizing agent, as perox
ide of hydrogen or carbolic acid.
And the eyes should never be ma
nipulated In any save the gentlest
Yet tho fairy finger treatment for
the eyes has securod tho indorse
ment and practice of somo of tho
most eminent physicians 'of Paris.
This Is their theory which you may
counter and weigh and apply to your
own needs, using caution, of course,
and lettinr tho finger tips Ho lightly
as roso loaveu upon the eyes.
Diseased conditions of any part of
the body, these physicians arguo are
always cengested conditions. There
la an unusual accumulation of blood
la that portion of the body. For
lnstanco, neuralgia, so thoy illus
trate, la a congestion of blood in
the scalp, and tho pain can bo los-
Beauty Questions Answered
J. M. Writes: "May l tell you ray
troubles? My hair Is falling badly.
Every time I comb it a great ball of
hair comes ut. My hair is also
turning gray. My general health Is
good, so I cannot account for my
hair turning and falling. . 1 would
ho very grateful Jf you would ad
Since yours seems to be an ex
treme case, I advise you .to have
electrical treatment or vlbrassage
The Reward nf fieniim.
BKICHITNKSS personined la HUt
Johnny Puis. Certain friends of
the family consider hltu rather preco
nou but that's quite another utory.
At any rate ho U b prUJo of his
father, heart, and rule senior Invarl-
ably refers to the younstor o a vru-
ular chip trom the old block."
The other night llttlo Johnny- looked
up from his tool by tho nrwlde. and
ejaculated the query:
"I'm a chip of tho old block, ain't l.
fa.rmy son. indeed you .re." came
the proud reply. ' .
"And you. pa. y.ou'r tne neaa or tuo
Ih"'"'1 your ihe.almplo
"l am," replied Vule,
Tkctx." chuckled Johnny triumph
a.ntly. "you must be a blookhcad!"
But we -will draw a kindly veil over
.m c s'l-t'
U ' '
Bctiod by .massage, scatt'orlng tbo
blood back Into general circulation.
The fashionable Paris physician
who advocated the fairy; finger
treatment said that the eyes that,
sting and smart and become blood.
Mrae. LINA CAVALIERI
shot when tired need first of all
rest, and n part of tho rest 1b to
very . lightly atroko the closed lid
from, tho outer comer of .tho eye
to tho inner and thou outward
again to tho starting point. Theso
for the scalp. It Is expensive, but
very much worth while, I know a
woman whose hair was beginning
to turn gray who was treated three
times a week with vlbrassage and
whose scalp, thus reawakened, has
grown a fjne new lo.tofT gossy
brown., hair.-vKeepyour.i(head coeU
Buy.ahlce-cap'and place theicap on
the head fdr aquarterbf'-an hour or
.mpre .as; often, as convenient. j
'Admirer asks: "Won't you pleaso'
,tolt me . something td tuko' away
; vrlnklss, and slight baggingunder
Cold-.w6t cloths spread over the
eye.s and- often renewed bring the
- ,;, t , ' ..,,.. nrt Bft re.
b,ood. t0, tho 80 "
lsh and - nourish the' flabby skin
beneath the eyes. Thlsjflabblness t
, ', uitalltv
oUen a 8,9n of a reduced, vitality.
If you massage-beneath'the eyes use
lanolin and, -spreading, It upon the
JfnBertP Ue surface very lightly,
.NourlshMhe.wrlnkle area with pure
cold cream, cocoanut oil or lanoline,
nd f the muscles lightly to re-
ptenlsh the blood supply. Correct
the facial habits that caused the
wrinkles. Massage always upward
"You can liven
of eyes and
eyelids by plac
ing a witch
i , .hazel, bandage
. r over1 them." .
'ill . , J J t. J i i . .. . I -
long, straight atrokes, light as tho
touch of a foathor, or of fairy's
fingers, should bo .made with flng
era that have boen scrubbed in soap
and warm Water and rinsed In
water propared as I havo before
described. Gradually thero will be
a sensation of rest and o.ulot, and
tho heat will diminish. t
"'ho 'tcridoncy to an unduo accu
mulation of whitish matter In the
corner of the oyes shows a fovored
B(ato of tho lids. The physician I
havo montlonod glvoa, tho advJco to
tnako additional manlpulatlbii o(
eyes so affectod. llo advises a
sllgh., very gentlo, pressuro upom
tho eyes with tho. flrBt threo fingers,
working always toward tho Inner
To provont an Irritation of the
dcycato tiBSuea of tho eyelids wot
tho flngors with cold water. Not
only will this, according to tho physician.-
allay tho fevered condition
of tho oyeball, lossonlng it of It)
burden o. blood, but It will freshen
tho Ud, taking away in part a least
tho darkened, withered, aged ap
"poaranco of tho oyolids wo some
times note in very young parsons.
Light bandages of linen moistened
with witch hazel or with cold water
should be laid across the eyes after
this. fairy finger treatment, which
should not continue for more than
three to flve minutes.
It thero is a lack of circulation
In and about tho oyes the fairy
fingered troatmont, which is only
another namo for tho digital treat
ment, or lightest massage possible,
Paris physicians fo beauty have
Cold tec leaves, oatmeal or al
mond meal, moistened In cool water,
laid gently over the eyes, refresh
m UNA CAVALIERI
M. C. T. sends tho following
plaint: "Wont you pleaso toll me
"what to do for my hair? It Is In
tho most awful condition.
"Tho hnlrs aro very short, Just
about an Inch or two below my
Bhouldorp. .They aro o( different
lengths, very dry and split at tho
ends. My hair used to -bo very
thick, but now It Is falling- nud I
positively cannot do anything with
it. I am positively miserable over
this s condition" of iny-hnln Will
you tell mo It short hair Is hercdl
. tary "
Have a shampoo every other day
until the scalp Is free from dand
ruff. On the day's between the wet
: shampoo? .rub. w.ejl. Into the scalp
lanoline or vaseline as you prefer.
I Press-the. skin -free from the scalp
uptil Jt moves loosely and easily
1 upon U. ' 'Keep the head cool by
i applications of Ice or cold towels
and do Adt' be ' especially alarmed
, about ;It for It Is natural that we
should shed our hair In the Spring
and Autunn-- .Y. .there a prft.
disposition to thick or thin, long
or short hair In families, as there
Is In tc flat or sharp features.
Describes a Variety
sGostumes for Street
anjd 'Evening Vrear
LADY dUFF-CORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London,
and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes each
week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting
all that is newest and best in styles for well-dressed women.
Lady Duff-Gordon's new Pans establishment brings her into
close to.uch ,with that centre of fashion.
. Lady -Duff-Gordon's American establishment is at Nos. 37
and 39Weit Fifty-seventh street, New York City.
By LADY DUFF- GORDON ("Lucile.")
Xll;3MtfepJ am showing you
- bnfy two' mddelBf hut each one
'. 1 if iso perfect in Its oWh wny
that 1 kuov Utiy Mil, inspire you,
Tho" wotji an linsplrattorr ta me
while I 'waacroatlng lh?nr.
J niuy soomjtb dwoll'joyof much,
on individuality' but, t6tna, thoro
is no beaut whore there Is no In
dividuality. And beauty is, woman's
dlvlno right. If she havo it not
sho can acquire It.
No two of tho great masters
painted pictures alike. Wo know.
Instinctively, a Murlllo, a rtubens,
a Rembrandt, when wo look nt 't.
Each artist put hl3 own Individual
ity In his work.
Women should learn from them
to develop their
in clothes as well
as In fact.
Either of theso
two models is
flrBt I call tbo
ono could look
at a woman wear
ing it and hesi
tate to admire. It
is a marvelous evening costume of
'Orchid shades. Tho foundation Is
ot riolct . satin charmouso, soft,
slinky and slashed up in front al
jnoBt, to Iho kuees,
Set in this slaBh Is a fall of vio
Jct nnd roso chiffons. Tho wonder
" ful over-robo Is of two shades of
orchlu chiffons; tho bottom has a
deep band ot embroidery. Tho
drapery, caught up at tho girdle, 1b
As you win notice, , ,,
the upper part of the
bodlco 1b very simple;
it Is surplice in effect.
Tho girdle Is perhaps
tho most stunning part
ot tho costume. It
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"Sved Amir" Walking Costume of
Powder Blue Tweed. Small
Round Hat of Powder Blue
Plush, with Bright Yellow Quill
is very high and Is of violet, blue
and roso satin, all crushed together.
The front ornament Is a large flat
orchid, and the tassels are gold and
I adore the llttlo coat, worn over
this, seemingly as an afterthought.
It Is of unllned rosfl chiffon, em
broidered with amethysts.
The turban worn with this cos
tuma Is of roso and dull blue bro
caded crepe. Like all my evening
turbans, this Is adjusted, or, rather,
twjsted on every time it Is worn.
And worn ns Hebo- wpars It In this
picture, It Is absolutely correct.
. The other model. "Syod Amir."
is, as you will notices, an absolutely
severe -walking coBtumo. The ma
, terlal Is heavy tweed of a curious
5 Hull hliio .shade. The skirt Is a
plain circular. The long coat is
rut so as to give the new figure,
flarjng 'out Ijelow the hips. The
pigh collar and the narrow cuffs
ar of mole. skin and, of cqurso, a
whlto Jabot finisher the neck.
The hat Is a small bucket shape
of dull blue plush, the crow'n being
laid In folds. The quill of bright
yellow gives the necessary touch
Same Old Mix-Up. ,
IT'S a telephone story again. A row
evenings ago a young man had oc
. cuslon to call. up his lady love, and
for once he got through to her with
"Mlellot" ho whispered softly. '
"Yes," came the reply. "is that
ybu, acorge?" ' ' '
!Ar"e you alone, dearie?'
"I wish I were thero! If I were, do
yoo know what ' I should do?"
!No. George: I cannot guess."
Just- then .the llneg became "sadly
mixed, and what the sweet young
' tln? heard was something llko this:
i . "Wen, I'd pull her cars back till
she opened, her mouth, and then I'd
ilrop a lump of mud In It If that
. . dldju;t answer, I'd give her a sound
Amy ana ueorgo aon't speak now
when they see one another, and a cer.
" tain farmer, who wus talking to a vet
about a- balking mare, wonders whv
he was advised to "put his arms round
her neck and whisper sweet, endear.
Ing words of love into her earl"
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