Papier Poudré Ltd, London and Paris (founded 1903, still in business). Booklet, instructions in English and French on inside cover. Text: "The Latest Toilet Novelty. Beware of Worthless Imitations. None genuine unless bearing our Trade Mark, and our Name. Sole Agents for the U.S.A.: P.R. Arnold & Co., New York." Back cover text: "Papier Poudré. A delicately perfumed preparation for the skin. The paper has the peculiar quality of being absorbent. It is invaluable when the face becomes moist and flushed--at the play, at receptions, when shopping, calling, motoring, bicycling or travelling, and at all sorts of odd moments. It can be used without a mirror, and without fear of sprinkling the corsage with powder. It removes dust, smuts, and grease from the face, imparting a cool delicate bloom, without clogging the pores. It acts as a tonic to the skin. It is most pleasant to use after shaving, leaving the skin smooth and cool. It is absolutely harmless."