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WHEN DECORATING THE HOME.!

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WHEN DECORATING THE HOME. Women who are seeking advice on the sub- ject of house decoration may profit by the following hints. When paperilig a room re- member that large patterns and dark colours will make it appear smaller, while a plain or striped paper of a light hue will give an a, effect in increased size. Flower designs should only be used in bedrooms. For bath- rooms, kitchen, and nursery, either paint the walls or use washable paper. For reception rooms a simple moire design in silver or bronze is most effective. Quiet simplicity, indeed, should be the keynote throughout. KEEPING YOUNG. There is commonly a gladness in the faces of young girls that is absent from the coun- tenances of young and elderly women. Often in age women regain beauty of facial expres- sion by discovering the secret of delight. There is an idea afloat that people should grow more beautiful with every year that passes. It is a discredited idea, though the faster it gains ground the better chance will girls have of possessing beauty all their lives, for it is a truth. There is no reason why dis- appointment should sour us, or disenchant- ment be the general fate of womankind. MONET MATTERS AND MARRIAGE. A little common sense in discussing money matters before marriage would save a world of discomfort. A girl should know on what sum she is expected to dress and pay her little personal expenses. If she has a father, it is his place to learn what income his future sen-in-law can command; how much he has in savings, and the amount of his debts. The lack of a father places this duty upon a mother's shoulders, and when a girl has no one to make such inquiries for her, she should do it herself. For unless she knows on how much she will have to manage, she cannot settle down to plan how to keep com- fortably within the bonds of the income, whatever it mav be. W I EVILS or TUSHT-LACING. Do not fcirget that a bad complexion is often due to unconscious tight-lacing. Any tightness presses upon the stomach, which cannot do its Work properly, and a spotty skin is the result. Wear loose clothing so as not to impede either digestion or proper brmthilig. Wear a woollen garment next the skin all the year round. Sometimes a girl's complexion is blue and pasty because she habitually wears too few clothes in cold weather. Perhaps she suffers chronically from cold feet, and warm stockings and shoes in such cases are more effective measures than any toilet applications.

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