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When the luxurious BEAUTY SPECIAL SPECIAL carrying TiO of the most beautiful girls in the Cnited States, including one to be selected- selected- by readers, of TH13 PITTSBURG. PRESi pulls out of Chi- Chi- cago on its- its- westward trip June 5 or June 6, each girl guest will be presented witn many presents, tnat in years to come will prove happy reminders of the greatest- greatest- journey In her life. There will MARIE WALCAMP, A motion picture beauty, who will -welcome -welcome -welcome the most beautiful girl of West-ern West-ern West-ern Pennsylvania. Eastern Ohio and West Virginia sent to Universal City by THE PITTSBURG PRESS. be box after box of these ' presents. Among them will be powders, perfumes and one scented waters and also trinkets trinkets and useful articles of silver and gold. This 1 the last day for eontentasti te enter. Teaigkt THE PKESS will make the last eolleetlon of pictures from theaters running Universal pictures. pictures. Any girl between the age of IS and 35. living in Western Pennsylvania. Eastern. Ohio or West Virginia can enter. All that she needs to da la to Iran Iter photograph at the nearest notion picture theater shewing- shewing- t alveraal ple-anree ple-anree ple-anree before this evening;. Tic tea raoat beantifal girls trill be selected Iron theee pietures, Vy capable Jndg, and abmitted te readers of THE PRESS May t. Mar " May 14. 411 vote te . be ti most reaeb THJfc PRESS before p. an, alar XT. A more .nn usual otter than this free trip, that will tndad all of the principal principal points of Interest in . the great west, has never been made. There Is no work to do beauty alone being the only requirement to enter and win fame and a wonderful trip. The winner will travel from Chicago on a special train that will be the last word in railroad balls enrowte, many stops for sightseeing sightseeing purposes and at the other end of thie Journey visits to two of the ereatest e coositiona the world has ever known anaa stop at Universal City and a Dart in athe production of a great motion picrture. All expenses will be paid and the added, award win oe treat- treat- ment that is, only accorded a queen. SAFETY FIRST IN GARBAGE CAN. Keep the :at-bag:e :at-bag:e :at-bag:e In tightly-covered tightly-covered tightly-covered cans so that flies cannot enter and lay eg$rs. If your can is not tight, spray its contents each .day with the following mixture: Kerosene, 1 quart; crude carbolic carbolic acid, ounce 1 tableapoonful . This solution will prevent flies from alighting on the garbage and will de-trov de-trov de-trov the ea3 and- and- maggots, -which -which are already in it. A metal spray, such aa is used for spraying plants, can be obtained for this purpoKe at a cost of about ,50 cents. SWAT THE FLY! The Sickabec! Lady Nurse, who attended me through a severe illness, used to cut my toast in tiny squares, lay them close together in their original shape, then drop the poached egg on top. It relieved me of the struggle I had always had in trying to cut the toast with a fork while lying lying in bed which everyone knows is not easy. t Spinach, that "broom of the stomach" as nurse calls it, is particularly valuable valuable for women who are all run down as it is rich in iron. To eat this vegetable vegetable once or twice a day means taking iron in a natural way nstead of in the form of a drug. Raw, ripe tomatoes are a remedy for biliousness, and will be far better for the stomach than oalomel and other drugs which are often put into it to cure dizzy spells and kindred ills. The tomatoes should be eaten with the addition addition of salt and pepper only, neither oil or vinegar. In fact some people consider consider tomatoes are far from improved by the addition of vinegar and prefer them without. THE HIGH COST f Sweetheart, AT THE YVHEAT COOKEJ?. DOIYT M ' THINK I'LL l luxury. , ' Ta.re will v be many banquets and

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press24 Apr 1915, SatPage 4

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)24 Apr 1915, SatPage 4
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