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THE LADIES' BOOK
COMPILED FROM MANY SOURCES.
LONDON PRINTING & LITHOGRAPHING CO. (LTD.)
Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year
1897, on behalf of the unnamed author, by P. J. Edmunds, at the
Department of Agriculture. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
To the ladies of America is this little work, "THE LADIES' BOOK OF
USEFUL INFORMATION," dedicated. It is a book written expressly for
women. This book is full from cover to cover of useful and necessary
information for women. Never before has so much knowledge with which
women should be acquainted been printed in one book. It is a perfect
storehouse of useful facts. Almost every lady spends many dollars
every year for cosmetics, medicines, household articles, etc., which
this book would save her.
This is a book which every lady should have, and which every mother
should place in the hands of her daughters as they come to years of
understanding. Every girl of twelve and upwards should read this
Many books costing from three to five dollars do not contain half the
information contained in this work. Everything described in this
preface is taught in this book.
It teaches ladies the secret of Youth, Beauty, Health.
The first chapter teaches all about Personal Beauty.
Every lady desires to be beautiful, and it is the duty of every woman
to be as attractive as possible. All may enhance their charms and be
lovely by following the directions of this book. Few persons know how
to improve their natural looks so as to captivate, charm, and win the
admiration of those whom they meet. This book tells the wonderful
secret--all the ancients ever knew, and all that has been discovered
since. It teaches how to wonderfully improve the person in loveliness.
The real secret of changing an ordinary looking person into one of
great beauty makes this book of great value. Nature does something for
us, but art must make the perfect man or woman.
If you desire bright, melting eyes, a clear, soft, rose-tinted
complexion, beautiful hands and graceful figure, well-developed and
perfect, use the knowledge which you will find in this book.
It teaches how to acquire a beautiful, delicate loveliness which
cannot be surpassed, and which can be retained to a very late age. By
means of this teaching a woman of thirty-five or forty can easily pass
for a girl of twenty-five.
It teaches how to conceal the evidence of age, and how to make the
most stubbornly red and rough hands beautifully soft and white.
Remember that "THE LADIES' BOOK OF USEFUL INFORMATION" does not teach
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