tiny new creaturefcpn her bosom too precious for us to touch, life
making a' new beginning, the -whole world aglow, the Father of
father?, with HisoveancLgQOdness, filling out heart, a glorious un
heard of, -wondrous possession our son! Ah,l let ajl'that pass
today that baby thinks ihV knojvs more thart we do and we have to
hide from him dUr thewlng'tdbaccd, ,
-"Night after nigjil, afyer! he had arrived, that baby was "un
naTiiral." Cry? Often oftejiurQUsed from needed sleep we rushed
into the next room, .where there seemed to be a duel in progress
between acjrcus pajade' calliope arid a Canadia lynx, to ask if our
son was dying ofjjrief. lAjiff mamma and the superior trained
;nurse laughed at? usalid ,saia U
' "It's perfectly. natural All very young creatures cry. It is the
only way they Have, to. exercisfe." " And e seated back to bed over
the cold, colff flop,:v6vjHj we d fill the house with punching bags,
dumbbellsand hnzotftaXbars. Oh yes, it was perfectly natural
fbrthe child tocryT-t Vr.1' ' '' ' )
Two suhimefs.pf'9()-diegrees Fahrenheit, two winters of $9 an
thracite pass. We Kaye well earned the blissful slumber in which
.we're plunged. Thefceisa.cryta the nursery, a sincere, .an earnest,
aroof-shaking cry, ascry chock' fulL-of infantile exercfse.
; "Get up, Johhy .quick! ( '"Sbnfetlnng ails the baby. Hurry!
'Huiay!", r w
"It's"1 perfectly -natural or'" all", young creatures to--' cry," we
sleepily mumble. v Bi!Mit doeln't go. jWe hurry. "We Search the
child for bent s"df elyj-pins, colic and such, and discover-that he's
crying because helwhts'td. Jexttoight same thing. Nextjiight,
ditto. And so ori aridMm Crying cliildvis natural,vor unnatural, jUst
as yop want to decideiiJ An'djwe giieSs that if "Mother" of "Let
1tei from Mother'.' "isjreally amotlier, she thinks so, too. '
formed. She, however, urged
B THE AY .
r We observe' thabnauji$ liftle
Xupid turned another licy little
trick on a' poor, " jjistfsfiectihg
ty-'idegroom-tp-1jv 4 ,Marysville,
recently: ., ''i-v. !
'" J. Fj-itz had arranged tomatry
r Miss "Eva Lamb and Had sfved lip
one hundred 'and, twfenty-nve
dollars to Jpurchase. , ttiehoiise-
hold furniure. He expected to
go out Saturday with ,her and
buy it an4 later the JfJ$rxiage
lcereinony wa to Jfa7ve?b.eBpr--
that s,he would prefer to select
tne iurnuure wiuiouit tus am
and he gave her the money and
Ayqited. She, however, hastened
fo ittie depot and fled to Reno.
Now he has sworn out a war
rant for her af?et, but declares
he wilfnot marryner.
', : ' -r-jo-T- .
Considering some of the men
he has o. shave. i5fu can't blame
the barberf fojJkeeping a few
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