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aboard, and well, we-were lying in
wait for you upon her leeward side.
So I am glad to say your fears were
groundless, and if anything can be
done to make you comfortable "
Von Retzow wrung his hands and
danced around liKe-acrazy man, up
and down in the cabin.
"Yes," he shouted. "Take me to
England as quick as you can. I've
got to find out whether the Mari-
amne has let off her passengers yet."
BABY RAISING SYSTEM
Baby Saving Dep't My husband is
a great man for system, so when our
third child was born we decided the
best way to keep it healthy and avoid
the ordinary complaints babies fall
heir to was to bring her up accord
ing to a regular system.
We followed it faithfully and it has
worked so well that I am sure some
other women would like to try it
' Here is the system we started off
with when the baby was real little.
Now that she is older we have, of
course, changed the system about a
6 a. m., baby's first nursing.
Family breakfast, children off to
9 a. m., baby's bath", followed by
Baby sleeps till noon.
12 to 12:30, baby's noon meaL
Out-of-door airing and nap.
3 to 3:30 p. m., afternoon nursing.
Period of waking.
6 to 7 p. m., baby's supper and bed.
It may seem a bit confining at first,
but it's worth the healthy baby you
will have as a result and the troubles
you will avoid. Mrs. J. P. W.
Baby Saving Dep't I want to
warn nursing mothers to be sure that
tile food they eat is plain and whole
some. Be' careful to avoid dishes
with spices or ones that are highly
seasoned, for they are liable to af
fect the mother's milk. It is best to
limit oneself to a single cup of tea
or coffee at a. meal and to eat meat
only once a day. The more water
that is taken the better. Mrs. C. F.
FOREIGN DIPLOMAT'S WIFE IN
Mme. Zaldivar, wife of the new
minister from San Salvador, who re
cently assumed his diplomatic duties
He speaks a dozen languages
With grace and fluency;
He is a court of last resort
Yet when it is his fate to miss
A simple little putt,
The only words that he can speak
Are "Fiddle!" or "Tut Tut!"
- Peoria Journal, ,