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FOR WOMEN FOLK. HOMELY HIMTS AND !)A!NTT DISHES. s ? c.' ? <<' ?—?'? ? ''x'.— <-< J ewu. ?- i.. N r < ? < <nr is ubed for wn.,ps. Hvery gown has its shoe or slipper to )ma.tch, a.nd the stocking follows suit. H your hair is falling out. rub sHces of Ijl leluon thorollghly into the' rcots a.nd over thf £calv. w&shing the linlr afterwards tvith -(a.t'l, 50ft Mimic 1 I lor UOlH elur:; "-au abildre-n is "Mimic." Half a dozen players afa sent out of the room. and upon one entering everyone mir.-tt mimic his move- ments. TTtis is continued until he gu<"&es the t.ruth and repea.t" the wo'rd Mimic," on which he is a!)ow€<l to sit dow'n. The othr 'QTe then enter in turn, and the same process tc repealed, Good Wetsh Rarebit Melt one ta.blMpoonfut of butter in a sauc< pfMi; a,dd oue i)ouud of.gratc-d ch€€&e. Bout one e.gg thoroughly, add to it a level tca- epconful of mtL'ta.rd, one-hal.f tna."pooniul of salt, a pinch of c.-tyenne, and mix wpM. When the obee-:c is melted add the f?g mixture to it a.ud stir in slowly oiif cupfnl of sw&pt milk a.ad c<x.k until it thickens, stirrin? well so it dotM jiot cttrdte. Sen.'e hot on toa.:>t or scda, ern.cket'ti. Brightening Carpets When cleaning your rooms, if the carpet8 i Y<X)k \ery had have thfin well beaten a-nd then trtat tilem with the following:—Two ouuc<\o of .suAts of lart-ar, ono dquaT'e of good berub4iiig bca.p, ponr o\er tJilo two quarrls of buiiiiig water. Then brush over the I cj,rpot. with this mixture and wooh over with a cloth wruAg' out of clean, oold wa,t€'r. It ma.kea a. wonderful difference it*, its I appeara,li ee. Snow Pudding UH I A or gCUtLllH', scven One pound of ca.-3ter cugH,r, two Soak the gda.tine in a cupful of '(}ld wat-cT, wh.Mi it is QHitt* dissvln:ù add a cupful of boiling) water, the straihed juice of t'be temona, and the sugar; w!iMk well to,-et-her, Bfa.t' up white.3 of the ogg-i to a. stiff froth and bea-t them into- the other msredients fcr li&lf an hour. Tie it up in a puddingr cloth, and boil it for an hour. ) Chestnuts and Rice I Two <mio.us. two tomatoes, drip.pi.ag stock, bcrtM. salt, pepper, half a. pound of skinned chestnuts. one teacupful of i-ics. Cut up t.he onions and toma.toeg in slices <md fry them in a in very careful they do net get too brown—then add a qtiart of boiling stock, a, bunci' of herhd. sa-lt, and pepper. Out the che-taut6 bait way down f4K:h Úde from the thin <nd and plw--e them into boiling w.ater for a tcw minutes, thell nkin them. When the stock boils up again put in the skinned che"tnuts and the rice. Stir frequently, and let it boil t-Iowly until the rice is cooked. Snow Pudding I Soa.k a sixpenny packet of ?ola.tmc in a I pint of boiling' water. a<!d the strained juice of four lemons, with ha.lf a pound of loaf 1 sn?aj; stir until it is malted. then pour it through. ,1, gr.1"y ptrainer into a large boNin, and tH'at it for five minuter. Then drop in -the whiter of two and go on heatin? it in a cool place for about 25 minutes, or until it is quite spongy and white. Have a, wetted TELouId ready, and put the bRn.ten mixture Bictwiy in.. Set it a.w.ay in a. ooci place until it is quite cold a/nd &rm. and when walitf-ki for the table turn it out into a gl, dinh. ;Ma.ko a cucta.rd with the yolks of the two I eggs, a. teacupful of milk, sweeten a.nd flav<xw to taste, and when cold pour round. New Cure for Tippling I An interesting case of curing a- drunkard ty uggc,:{tioa during his natural sleep wag xela,t4,d by M. Farez at the annual meeting of the Freuch Society of HypBoIogy a.ud r;ycholosy. The man was an habitnai dnui-' kard, who spent his wtwie tim<' in cafes con- suiuicg wine, beer, rum, abeiuthc. vanuoat.h. <lc Ith.()b. not unusually a< "rowdy" a.ltolulic, he occasionally became very violent, and at all times refused any kind of trea.tmt.nt. Finjatly, 5uggcstion was employed during glaep without the magi's knowledge. &ud after "Ollie \vecka he liad no outbursts of violence, and unpror.ed steadily. After & yeu.r and a. half of this treatm.ent lM was entiruly cured, and only drank a. little light Leer at his rieals.

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