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WOMAN'S REALM. DIMS.S-FASH ION -HOME. TBBATMENT OF THE SKIN. A! sMn ■ffhtich is impoverished ill im- mensely helped by a ekin food. But there are tWo points I should like to mention in this connection, a writer in the Queen say s. In the first plinee, the true nourish- ment muet. come from within, working out- wards to the skin itself; tlxk is, it comes from the blooS. In the second the addi- tional omrislimei4 which can be forced into the oebaceow glamls, as it wese, from the outside, must be in a form which is assimilable by them. Whioh means that a skin food is not necessarily the same thing as a face cream; nor, indqed, is anything like so generally needed. Some creams there be whichoombine the functions of both; but, when distinct nourishment is needed, it is imperative that a food should be chosen which really has just claim to its title. Some people have evolved the idea of steamkig the face before applying the skin food, with the belief that it is more easily atbsorbed by the skin in this way. But such a praefciee is not to be encouraged; for the result is merely to open the pores, which quickly become choked by the greeee applred to them. A BLEBVBIPgg CAPB. Shown m the sketch we have a em art sleeveless cape, made of bright blae gabar- dine lined, with taffetas in a contrasting shade. The dress worn beneath is an alli- ance of putty-ooloured voile with blue spots a.nd plain blue voile. The cut of the cape is very trim and useful, the collar PATTERN No. 2,4M. I wrapping comfortably round the neck for chilly wear. The charm of the frock lieg in its simplicity, the bodice part being folded round the figure to the back, and the skirt being narrow with a slight drapery. It is cut very short. The ac- companying hat is a graceful model, and suits the cape and dress perfectly. BEAUTIFUL HATS. Hats are remarkably smart when trimmed with sweeps of what is known as clipped burnt ostrich feathers, and satin hats in tones of nigger and champagne adorned with osprey and feathers will be as popular this summer as they were last year, says a writer in the Woman at Home. It is a Feather Summer. Some of the satin models turn boldly off the face, and are- trimmed with a smart ribbon or flower chou at the back. In Paris, millinery reproduces many of the shapes worn by the famous Generals of Napoleon's time, and high crowned Directoire hats are being shown by some of the most ultra-smart modistes. A CHARMING TOILETTE. The bewitching toilette illustrated is in navy-blue georgette over white, with white bead embroideries. The arrangement of the bodice and the cut of the neck are most unusual. The shortness of the PATTERN NO. 2,456. sleeves is quite in the latest mode. The II skirt is narrow at the waist, but wider lower down. There is plenty of scops here for the amateur worker to supply the bead embroideries; also t-o make up the 1 beautiful bead chain that is such a hand- I some- completion. r TO-DAY'S RECIPE. TREACLE SPONGE.—Two tablespoonfuls of flour, six ounces of suet, two table- spofir.fuls of baking-powder, a quarter of a pound of brown sugar, a pinch of salt, r,! tablespoonful of treacle, two eggs, and a little milk. Mix all the dry ingredients
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. One hundred and eighty new War Sav- ings Associations were formed -during June. Mr. J. Kenvon, Chief Associate ar. the Law Courts, celebrat-e-I on Tuesday the forty-fifth anniversary of his entry into office. Mr. Smith, city commissioner of Belfast Police, has been appointed derrutv-in- sfvecior-general of the Royal Irish Con- stabulary. Three Luton tradesmen have been the victims of bureiiries-two of which were committed in daylight—during Monday and Tuesday. Miss Paxton, sister of the viear of St. Saviour's, Retford, committed suioide while temporarily insane by drinking weed-killer. Lady de Hoghton, wife of Sir James de Hoghton, of HO'ghton Tower, near. Pres- ton, died suddenly on Tuesday morning, after a long illness. Three Great Eastern Railway suburban stations, London Fields, Leman-street, and Barkingside, all closed early in the war, were reopened on Tuesday. Owing to heavy snowfall on the Alps, Swiss cattle have been brought down to the plains again. Sir Thomas Mackenzie's term of office as High Commissioner of New Zealand has been extended four months. A Bill aimed against profiteers and authorising the fixing of prices is being in- troduced by the Australian Government. On Sunday the first heavy rain since last October fell in Saskatchewan. It has greatly improved crop prospects over a wide area. Herr Noske, German Minister of De- fence, has prohibited the sale of anns and ammunition in all regions ittwhi-ch a state of siege prevails. America's Naval Appropriation Bill, which estimates the expenditure at 616,000,(Mclol. ( £ 123,200,000), has passed both Houses. The Rev. M. Israel Levi has been elected Chief Rabbi of France, in suc- cession to the Rev. M. Alfred Lévy, who has resigned on account of jU-health. Solicitors and members Of th« Bar in Jamaica are opposed to the suggestion that there should be a fusion of bct,1 branches of the legal profession in the colony. A resolution has been submitted to the French Chamber of Deputies urging the Minister of Posts to issue a series of com- memorative postage stamps recalling the principal events of the war. Distribution of the Nobel prizes for 1919 for Physics, Chemistry, Medioine, and Literature as well as the prizes for the same subjects held over from 1918, is being postponed till June 1st, 1620. Best quality Colonial sugar is, by Government arrangement, being sold m Auckland for the next nine months at £ 23 15s. a too. In 1916 a ton was sold at £ &), in 1917 at £21, and in 1918 at k22 10s. Nurses and sisters in Russia are com- pletely destitute, and can buy no clothes in the country. Any nurses and V.A.D.'s cast-off clothing would be thankfully ac- cepted at the British Committee of the Russian Red Cross, 35, Albemarle-street, London, W.l. It is expected that the diamond cutting factory at Wrexham for disabled soldiers will be in full working order by Sep- tember. Frightened by a steam lorry, a horse be. longing to the Biggleswade Urban Council overturned a cart containing three council employees, one being killed and two injured. Dr. J. H. Salter, of Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, chairman of the Witham Bench of magistrates, has been appointed a Deputy- Lieutenant for Essex. He is in his seventy-eighth year. In response to an invitation from the executive of the Cardiganshire Liberal Association, Ur. Asquith has consented to address a meeting in the autumn, probably at Aberystwyth. Rome has abolished the censorship; Paris is expected to do the same before the 14t.h, France's peace celebration day. Perjury is getting as fashionable as Bigamy," declared Sir John Paget, K.C., Deputy Judge, in City of London Court. A claim for £ 10,000 compensation is made by the widow of Inspector Hunt, who was shot dead at Thurles on race day. Believed to have been drinking methy- lated spirits, two young women died Q-Il Tuesday night in a, house in Mary Ann- street, Cardiff. A portion of Lady Warwick's Easton Lodge estate was sold by auction on Tues- day for £ 94,967, most of the tenants buy- ing their farms. Five persons were killed and a number mjured at Baltimore on Tuesday in a large crowd surrounding a defective balloon which exploded. Provost James Moffatt will be the Coali- tion candidate in the Bothwell (Glasgow) election on July 16th. The Military Tournamaot at Olympia is now open daily at 10 a.m., when jumping, bayonet fighting, sword and other com- petitive events take place. The mcming a-d'nission is 2«. fid. Mr. Alfred E. Wheeler, of West ^aling. fell from his motor-cycle in fr"1lt of a heavy motor-van and was killed on Tues- day night. He leaves a widow and four children. Claiming k9, its present-day value, from dyers for losing a pre-war IC3 10s. suit, for which they offered only £ 3 10s. compensa- tion, a man at Ilford County Court was awarded £ 7 and costs. Described as a dangerous criminal who had served four terms of penal servitude, Alfred Ward, forty-four, labourer, was at Leicester sent to five years' penal servi- tude for robbery at Lutterworth Post Office.
Wel together, Jieat up the eggs, acid the treacle and a little milk, and mix well with the dry ingredients. Put into a grensed mould, and steam for three hours.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE rAXTKKX. We can supply paper patt-rri;s each week of the sketch bearing the number below it. Our patterns are specially cut for us from designs expressly prepared for this CG!U):>II, and the cost of each complete pattern is ad., post free. Addi-e.ss ;,11 letters. enclosing stamps for patterns, to Sylvia," WhHefriars House, Carmelite Street, London, i £ .C. 4. Be sure and mention the number of the pattern re- quired when ordering Patterns will be despatched within three days of the receipt ct the application.
r I 4. National Health j I Campaign I "Malaria, dysentery, i trench fever, acute prim- ary pneumonia, enteric j fever, relapsing fever • 'f h £ and typhus fever are now notifiable as epidemic æ i and infectious diseases. These are all prevent- 5 able diseases." ) » What are you do- I ing to make sure that your i home is kept free from epidemic disease? With all respect the promoters of the FIRST AID Nation- i al Health Campaign sag- gest one sure way to safeguard home health. i The regular use of j i gtoj urn Disinfectant Soap j has been proved time and time again a preventive of infectious and epidemic i disease in the home. FIRST AID isa modern disinfectant soap not to be confused with carbolic and similar soaps. • FIRST AID is a scien- tific product of guaran- j teed efficiency. It is • delightful in use and of • unusual economy. • 5 i Made only by Christr. Thomas & Bros. Ltd., Broad Plain, Bristol: Jk. The First Aid Book, 40 j pp. of useful hints, post i free, on mentioning: your usual dealer's name and address. N83: BUILDING SCHEMES. APPLY TO Breconshire Coal I and Lime Co. Ltd. eHLON For Prices — Portimul'^ SiaVs, Sanitary Pipes. Flooring Tiles, Cement and i't'iiiuiiit i living, &c. Sole Agents for ,v Vale Bricks.
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(German ships in South America due to be delivered under the Armistice arrange- ments are to be dealt with by the British Government, states the Shipping Con- troller. FiveAhousand fleets offered at Alton wool market-on Tuesday failed to find buyers, as the farmers refused to sell ex- cept at net weight, and declared their de- termination to termioate the custom of allowing 21b. draft per cwt. German prisoners assisted in extinguish- ing a. fire at Lord Tredegar's stud farm at Coed Kirnow, near Newport. All the wheat in Canadian elevators has been commandeered to provide 15,000,000 bushels for Greece this year. Fined £ 1 at Exeter for allowing his dog to be unmuzzled, a market gardener said lie had the dog in his garden to protect the fruit. A verdict of accidental death was re- sumed at Ramsgate on Albert Henry Bick- wood, twenty, a wireless telegraphist of H.M.S. Charm, who wa.s killed off Deal by an explosive substance, probably a rocket, on board the vessel on peace night. Sir Godfrey Baring has intimated to the Isle of Wight Liberal Association execu tive that he is unable again to undertake the Parliamentary candidature for the island. Sir Godfrey sat for the Isle of Wight from 1906 to 1910, but at the last election he was defeated, »