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tng an enthusiastic swimmer, dancer,
tennis, golf and basketbal player.
After watching Prof. Dull dance the
first three hours of the 24-hour
Marathon Miss Dean sought out the
great dancer and requested that he
accept her as his partner, saying she
was confident she could dance with
him continuously for three hours
without becoming greatly fatigued.
SCHUMANN-HEINK'S ADVICE TO JUNE
BY MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK.
The Famous Diva
Let us begin at the beginning:
The young mother bends over the
cradle where sleeps her little daugh
ter and dreams dreams of the time
when love shall come to her but she
seldom dreams beyond the placing of
the marriage ring.
"And then they married and lived
happily ever after" is an idea that she
learned from her fairy book days and
so at the point her dream ends.
I wonder does she realize that she
can commence almost immediately
p make that dream come true for
First, she can put back into her
arsm tne doll tnat nas gone out or
fashion. Yes, I know we have kew
pie dolls and paper dolls and Paris
dolls and character dolls every kind
of doll except the sensible baby or lit
tle girl doll the doll that our grand
mothers loved, that can be undressed,
its clothes made, mended and laun
dered. Teddy bears and poodle dogs are
but makeshifts, but every young
mother should see that her little
daughter has a family of dolls to care
for. She should be taught to make
their clothes with painstaking
A little ghi who is taught to play
with dolls is learning by the Montes
sori method the profession of moth
erhood. Too much have dolls been
neglected by the modern mother, too
insidious has been the cry "bring our
giris up to play outdoor games with
The great out-of-doors is a splen
did playground, but, mothers, let your
i little daughters play at keeping house j
out there with shells and stones to
mark the rooms and leaves and mud
to fashion into pies.
(Another Schumann-Heink Article
Here are more ways to use cher
ries, and this "Roly poly" is especial
Sift 2 cups of flour with 1 even
teaspoonful of salt and 3 level tea
spoonfuls of baking powder; add 1
tablespoon of butter and cut with
knife till butter is mixed, add 2-3
cup of milk and beat for 3 minutes.
Turn out on board, pat out to y2
inch in thickness and spread with a
layer of stoned cherries; dredge with
a little flour and sugar; roll up and
pinch all edges together; wrap in
pudding cloth and steam for 1 hour.
Serve with cherry sauce made
from 1 cup of cherry juice, 1 cup of
sugar, tablespoonful of butter, pinch
of salt and 1 tablespoonful of corn
starch that has been blended in a
little cold water; put all in double
boiler and cook 15 minutes. Stir
constantly for first 5 minutes to
avoid lumps. Serve warm.
Rinse fine laces in skim milk; they
will be soft and creamy.
If your fern develops irregularly,
turn a different side toward the light
every few days.
Never let clothes stand in bluing
water; it will make them streaked.
A most effecetual mixture for the
spraying of a sore throat is made ot
the following, one-third of peroxide
of hydrogen, one-third listerine and