If not a lover of water, the thln woman must tultivate a taste for it. She must drink water upon rising and as often during the day and between meals as possible. Cocoa, milk, and a moderate amount pf cpffee are all right. A light luncheoa should be eaten before retiring. Early to bed is all right, but the same rule does not apply to rising unless madame feels herself thoroughly refreshed by a good sleep. Meat should, occupy a secondary place in the daily diet, but vegetables may be freely indulged in. Sweets are decided fattener?. W$rm baths and sun baths wlll help along the worl: la great style.