Lady Paget, of London, recently suggested that homeliness in the human race could be completely disposed of by the use of what she calls sculptural nurses. The duty of these nurses would be to shape the heads, faces and limbs of babies before the bones and features became fixed. This, she says, would make every one beautiful. Such an innovation, doubtless, would work wonders in the transformation of human facial characteristics. We all know that in the early stages the head of a baby is very easily influenced by any pressure from without.