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Mother Goose and Sweet Music
unites them. I am a great believer in
jingles which impresses more knowl
edge upon the mind than any prose
can do. Through singing these jin
gles the child learns all important
facts of history.
Bulfinch's Age of Fable; to inter
est children in the stars.and all great
, works of art, as well as "literature.
Asgard tales; to teach Scandina
vian mythology, as well as Roman
and Grecian. '
Natural Education; to show moth
ers how to train their children. This
book gives games and ideas of early
training until the tenth year. w
Facts in Jingles (a book by Wini
fred Stoner, Jr.); containing educa
tional jingles used in Natural Educa
, tion schools. Jingles also to teach
( Esperanto and to awaken a sense of
humor in children.
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lood and Youth Series are of great
lelp to mothers.
Lillian Drew, in "Fifty-fifty," will
tear for the first time a costly mole-
Edna Mayo recently appeared as a
essenger boy. In this part she ri
lls the toughest messenger boy in
Bryant Washburn and Edmund
)bb, Essanay leading men, have re
intly become froud fathers of
)uncing babies. Mr. Washburn's is
boy, Bryant Washburn IV, and Mr.
bbb's is a eirL
Director Ralph W. Ince is busy
nth the production of the costume
jomedy, "My Lady's Slipper," in
Much Anita Stewart, Earle Williams
nd Julia Swayne Gordon are fea
tured. The mania for building homes has
Struck the movies, and Leah Baird is
the latest of the stars to be attacked.
Chester Conklin has turned agri
culturist. He has purchased 320
I acres of land near Mojave, CaL
. jnLfcAi Birvra
ft fi Sm i
but this stenographer's vocal notes
are going to win her more fame and
money than her shorthand notes.
Until just the other day Miss Hen
rietta Miller's only thought was of
tapping -the keys of a typewriter in
the legal department of a railroad
office in Milwaukee. Then Calve
came to town. The prima donna
heard the typist sing; she bade her
close the typewriter desk forever and
begin, studying with her for grand:
A NEW SALAD
Wash sweet peppers either green
or red; remove seeds and the white
strings from the inside; set the pep
per on ice or in qold place for an
hour, then fill with grape fruit pulp,
chopped nuts and minced celery that
has been mixed with mayonaise.
Serve very cold.