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f desired length has been attained. The
' chain stitches between the cord loops
should be diamond shaped when fin
ished. FoundatioirStitch 1 d. c .s. in first
stitch over cord loop. 1 ch. s., miss
1 s., 1 d. c s., 4 ch. s., miss 3 s., 1 s.
c. s.', 4 ch- s., miss 3 s., 1 d. tc. s., re
peat from .
Second Row, Turn 4 ch. s., 1 d. c.
s. between the 2 d. c. s. in last row,
1 ch. s., miss 1 s., 1 d. c. s.f 5 ch. s
miss 7 s., 1 d. c. s 1 ch. s., miss 1 s.,
lie. s., 1 ch. s., miss 1 s., 1 d. c. s.,
1 ch. s., miss 1 s., 1 d. c. s.. repeat
(Finished crocheted insertion and
lace edge the next lesson.)
BABIES, IF GIVEN HALF CHANCE,
WILL KEEP IN GOOD HEALTH
If the baby is given even half a
chance he is likely to keep in good
health. If mothers would give their
infants every possible chance, infant
mortality would be cut down to al
This is comparatively simple if
mother wilL only adopt certain pre
There are many don'ts, but here
are spme things a mother ought
Do feed'flhe baby regularly. This
is of prime importance to its health.
Do protect your baby from igno
rant midwives and nursemaids. Call
in a good doctor if you want to know
something about the baby quickly.
Do keep baby's thumb out of hi$
mouth. Don't let that habit start.
It may deform his mouth for life.
Do be sure that you get only fresh
milk for baby but not the richest
Do see that milk is delivered in bot
tles and is put on ice immediately.
Warm milk readily spoils and spoiled
milk will make the baby Bick.
Do see that new rubber nipples are
boiled before being used for the first
time. All nipple?, after using, should
be carefully washed in soap and wa
ter and kept covered in a glass con
taining boric acid or baking soda and
water. They should be thoroughly
rinsed before using.
Do see that baby's bottle is thor
oughly rinsed when emptied-and then
kept filled with water. Before pre
paring the food for the day they
should be thoroughly washed with '
hot suds and placed for ten minutes
in boiling water.
TO PREPARE RASPBERRIES IN
Pick over, wash and drain 6 pounds -of
currants. Put into preserving
kettle and mash thoroughly before
putting over fire. Cook 1 hour and
then drain through double thickness
of cheese cloth bag. When all juice
is extracted put the juice over slow
fire and boil slowly for 15 minutes.
Then add 6 pounds of sugar and boil
5 minutes; add 2 quarts of raspber
ries and boil 5 minutes. Skim out
berries into hot jar and fill to top withr
hot juice and seaL Do not put more
than 2 quarts of berries in at one
time. Seeds will not be hard if this
recipe is followed. A
o o v
TODAY'S TYPHOID TABLOID H
In six years the germs of typhoid
fever kill more people than were
killed on both sides during the four
years of the civil war, one of the
bloodiest wars in history.
In the Spanish-American war many
times more soldiers fell victims of
typhoid fever than in battle. -a