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Saturday evening, july 17, 1920. the ogden standard-examiner I
m I How Billie Burke Cares For Her Baby
m j She Believes Proper Food Is Most Important Thing
in Care of Growing Child
B (.Mm. I Ion 11. icglcJd, Jr.)
NEW YoKK. July 17. After all
the pleasures und Joys in the world arc
s'.fted down mid the chati thrown
nw-.iy. there remains but unt thu; ol
I hnving and caring for a baby In all
the gamut of human emotions then
' Is none that compares wiili the J'o
matching your own child grew in mind
I am not one of tiiose people who
believe In sticking steadfastly to Iron
clad rules .for children no matter
r what the josult of those rules may be.
f Every child La different and every
ehlld's constitution neeils u variation,
from general rules for the bringing!
up of children, but I do believe that
when a child Is watched and rgu-j
lotions for it adopted they should be
My own Patricia, who is now three;
and one-half years oid, has departed
in many ways iroin the i ules latu down
hy some 01 the famous Specialists lor
feeding, dressing and caring for a
child, but i have kept her straight
OH her schedules once i adopted thtui.
SUED i if l i N 1 OODS.
Feeding, to my mind, is by far the j
most important thing In the raising of
a child. Many mothers make the ter
rWuB rtble mistake of giving the baby thi.iKs
iaa ( It ought not to have, justifying them-
I Helves by saying "11 doesn 1 hurl i'"-
,1 haby." Of course this is wrong, for
the wrong food given R baby may wear
tlj on its stomach until It finally breaks
down later In life.
tfflH Again there are certain things that
fwM a baby must have, although that cer-
LjHJ tain food thai seem, bad for It, Pa-
Iwfr tticla, for instance, refused io eat eggs
and when we Insisted on feeding them
to her, broke out with a rash. We
Btt pped the eggs but later took them
IJr h hi again .-mil now 8he eats Lhem regu-
Pjfc I 1 1 I I '...I i'.-; -.1.1.1,1 b.'.e n Ci-
P'sisr lables, but the)
taught to eat them Very often the
things babies like least are best for
them and vice versa.
A (oMi i.i 1 1 sen i
aW But in the muln it is useless for me
Mmm to try to give anyone rules lor fee ding j
Jr' a baby, for that is a complete Gcienci
f m ,i ni the case of every baby is differ-1
Bllfl rnt. I can only warn every mother to
B obey strictly the doctor unless her I
mother Intuition tells her unmistaka-1
bly that he Is wrong about the baby s
IHp And as for candy, it has always been
HHm my opinion that if a baby does not
H know the taste of candy it will never
HH be bothered by not having it. Pa-
LEj trlcla is being raised in ignorance of
WKk 1 candy and we hope to keep her that
I I way.
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"Greatest joy in life is having and caring fcr a baby of your own."
1 IlOVE and MARRIED LIFE'
bij, the noted author
1 I Mah MGlone Gibson
JOHN SURPRISES UVlliruiM:
I M The moment I had made rnj sarcas-
1 m tic remark to John about Elisabeth
. jp fl Moreiand I was utterly ashamed of
."j myself) but in all my acquaintance
IH with Elizabeth 1 had really never
H known any man who had boon pleased
BB with her except John Perhaps she
n was to blame for this, for 1 have
HPH never known her to be particularly
D&3 nice to any man except Jonn Ke.illy
g and truly I felt sorry for the girl, for
BBS the more 1 thought of it the more I
Wjifcl came to the conclusion that John Qor-
tfSj don was the love ol" KIu.iIm ih M oi-
land's life And after he had married
KkP me she was not big enough to treat
E9 this love as an incident of life, but
Hm she let It cat Into her heart like an
w ever present canker. Perhaps, had I
V I been In her place, I would have done
the things that she has done. 1 rim
4 jorry for her.
And '.ct 1 cannot help but IhlnU that
jA2 bad I really been Ellz-ibi th Moreiand
i.'nd John Gordon had married some
MmV other woman i would have ii least
Wtm tried to put hlm out of my life if not
lB out of my heart.
llM Jonn was determined not to Quarrel
with me and even after I had made
FB that nasty comment he bent down and
kissed nie nnd said. Dear, why Is it
W not possible for you to understand?"
'Understand what?" I asked
"A man," he answered as he left the
room leaving his overcoat on a chair
I went forward to pick It up and
woman-like, put rny hands in all the
pockets on a still hunt for soiled hand-
kerchiefs nnd unniendeil gloves. In
stead. I found a clipping on which was
ono calls to mo in clarion tones:
If I but catch her eye across the crowd
And sec tho scarlet mouth part
In Its radiant smile my arms
lirow tense with a dcsjre to hold and
Her body against mine; a,s one would
A beauty rose of Us fragrant petals
To cool the thirsting lips of sense.
My eyes grow dim liotn glance of
My hands clutch tight in longing
To touch hei creamy skin or nlldnight
1 einnol think. I can only feci,
For beauty holds the brimming cup
that makes 1
My senses king.
One lifts to me her love-lit eyes!
As I gaze down into those wells of
My soul comes fOm its hiding place
. of clay
I And soars above me to where I leave
all self behind.
And rn spirit leaps to do her bidding
When my body grows wears of world
To be cOm passioned by her tender
smile means rest
i W hen my soul weakens under its
Her cool hands pr-ss my head against
And I find solace th'ic
, hen earthly hurts beset me, she
The way and leads me from the wind
Minn enemies would h ive me tread,
To the safe haven her sell I isa care
11ns made for me. When slie Is near
love holds the crystAl chalice that
makes men godt
My soul is king.
And I thought my husband had no
i romance In bis nature! How will he
surprise me next?
(Copyright In National Newspaper
Jf i FOR LITTLE FOLKS
vi. I. OM Ml .NC HII. MOl SE.
jff The next person Tingallng went to
collect rent from In the Iand- If-) '.-ar-Knows-Where,
was Mr Mum hie
Mouse, who lived down In the cellar
fP4 of Maple-Tree Flats, and also was
JKI Jonltor of the place, collecting garb-
lIHd age and so on.
Hi Mrs Munch io Mouse wa: the washer
BHp4 and ironer for all the flats, loo, no
Nick arrived for tho rent, carrying the
rent-book, and the large lead pencil,
M u nchle w;lb Just washing up .it tiio
kitchen sink, getting reads to eat his
dinner and Mrs Munchle was folding
away the- last of the Squirrel family's
clothes in their basket, while the cof
'Hello, Munchle," called the fairy
landlord through the window. "Rent-
"Hello, afunchJe," callctl the fairy landlord tint. ugh th window "Kenf
I ' iweon them they made a very good
It was very convenient for the dwcll-
' era In Maple-Tree Apartments to have
B- the Mouses so near. and to make
fSf tbings still nicer, a little dumb-waiter
(elevator) ran up and down Inside the
tree, which carried garbage can and
lr.undry-baskets, and furniture when
folks wore moving in or out.
When Tingalir.g and Nancy and
"Why so it Is,' answered Munchle
rolling down his shoves and opening
tho door Come In, Mr. Tingallng
"Company's with me." nnswererl the
"The more the merrier." answered
I Munchle. "Hring em along."
Ho In they filed. Including tho Magi
Sister Mary 's Kitchen .
I'he woman who l.vos several mile.
j from a grocery store always wants
plenty of lemons on hand but some
times hesitate to buy them by the
i dozen for fear of waste.
Lemons can be kept In cold water l
cover for an almost indefinite period
Of course the wateVmust be changed
I every day or so but the satisfaction
( of knowing there's a lemon In the
house more than makes up for the
I always k. ep plenty of lemons in
(the house and fee prepared for any
'emergency. Cold "ea or hot tea Is
made or ruined b ' the presenci or
absence of this fruit.
Ml t I i it TOMORROW
K It KA K FAST Iced currants,
j scrambled eggs, corn muffins, coffee.
LUNCHEON Salmon croquettes)
new peas In cream sauce, chocolate
cream cakes ti.
DINNER Consomme., mock filet
Mlgnon, baked potatoes, buttered cau
liflower romalne salad, raspberry
water Ice, cake, coffee
MY OWN RJECIPKS
These salmon croquettes are very
Mrs. Munchle jiut her laundry bas
ket on the elevator and pulled the
rope Thereupon the basket, elevator
and all went up, up and up, to the I
Squirrel family's door, where It stop- I
pedi and the next thing they heard
was -virs. Bamantha dragging the bas
"Now." said Mrs Munchle untying
her apron, "come nnd sit down, folks,
w hile the cheese c akes are hot "
Which thc all did. but where they
got the cheese I'll never tell you. un-i
less It might be from the milk weed!
I (Copyright, 1I20, N. E A t '
1 1 and do not necessitate deep fatl
frying While the deep f.tt fried dish)
never seems hearty and heating when
(lt reaches the tal Ic it Is sort of a
hot process for th" cook.
S M.MOX rKOQVETTES
1 up cooked salmon
1 cup mashed potato
1 tablespoon kmon JutCe
salt and pepper
j Tour lemon Juic over fish. Mix
i fish and mashed potato thoroughlv !
i Add egg and seasoning nnd beat well, j
, Make into small croquettes. Put In a
pan with melted butter, put a bit of
nutter on each croquette and bake
In a hot oven.
R ISPBERRY ITER K l
2 quarts rkspberrles
1 3-4 cups sugar
2 cups water
Sprinkle berries With sugar and let i
stand two hours, tightly covered Rub
through a coarse sieve. Add water and
freeze. To freeze use three parts of j
ii to one of coarse salt.
Think of the daj s when, a nickel,
would buy a sudsy lec cream soda.
BY HOWARD R. GAR IS
lUJfCLE WIGGILY AM) NEDDIE'S
Copyright, titu. it McCluro News
( Bj IK UI It, (. Mil j
Once upon a time, :.s Uncle Wigglly
Longears, the nice bunny rabbit gen
tleman, was hopping along through
ihi woods vith Nurse Jane Fuzzy
! Wuzzy, his muekrat lady housekeeper,
he suddenly gave 8 little Jump to one
;slde of the path.
' Hear me. hum BUS dud and a basket
of soap bubble:-'. Wiggy" cried Xur.so
kin'-. ' Don't do that, please! You
make me so nervous! Did you see the
rlpsisewah or the Skeezieks?"
. "Neither one. Nurse Jane," politely
answered Uncle Wlggily, as he twin
kled his pink nose like a slice of straw-
berry long cake. "Hut I Just saw
something shine (n the grass as l
walked along, and I thought maybe it:
was a diamond 1 could pick up fori
"Oh. goodness mo! A diamond!"
cried the muskr.it lady, not at all ner
vous or fidgety now. I should love i
diamond above all things, Undo Wlg
gily, Where is It?"
"Hero is where I saw the bright
I thing sparkle," went on the bunny
gentleman, stooping over near an old:
stump lie picked up something In.
'h. dear, It isn't n diamond at nil?" i
;:pid the rabbit gentleman "I'm mo
sorry, Nurse Jane."
"What is It':" asked the inuskrat
"Its some boy animal's knife,"
spoke Mr. Longears. "He must hae
been sitting here on the stump, Whit
tling out a whistle, or a boat. And then
some otlu r chap called io him to come
and play ball or marbles and he!
Jumped up, scampered away, dropped;
his knife and forgot all about It . It i
wis the shiny blade of the knife I
aw sparkling in the grass and not a'
diamond at all."
"Never mind about that," said Nurse'
i Jane, cheerfully, for she gaW that her
Irabhit gentleman friend felt badly
Vou can get me q diamond some
other time at the five and six cent
Store But whoso knife is it?"
It looks like th one that belongs
to Neddie Stubtall. the little bear boy."
Bald Uncle Wlggily, as he looked down
along one side of his pink twinkling
nose at the cutter thing. Yes. thn
is Neddie's knife." he went on. "II
shall take It to him. c can walk
around to the stump house where he
lives. Janie. It will not be much out
of our way. and I know Neddie will be
glad to have his knife back."
"Oh. dear ine! b'oys are such a'
nuisance!" exclaimed the muskrat
lady fussy like. "They're always losing1
something or forgetting where the)
put their cap or rot cleaning their,
paw nails Let Neddie's knife go un-
ill he comes to looi for it "
Uncle Wlggily scratched his whisk
ers with his left hind pa v. thought
"I think I'll belter take Neddie's
knife to him," he taid. "He might!
want to make an aMshin or something
like that. I know when 1 was a boy!
I use 1 to feel very badly when 1 lost I
mj knife. I ll tak it to him It will 1
not be much out of our way."
"Well. then, suppose I'll have to
walk with you," ppoke Nurse Jane,
though she did not feel very much like!
It, But I n. le Wlggily put the knife i
In his pocket, and turned down the-'
path ih ii led to Ho- hollow tree where j
the nice family of Stubtall bears lived.
He and Nurse "unc had not gone1
very far before they met Grandpa '
Ooosey r.aiidcr, with a fine chocolate
;ake under his wing.
" 'h. ho! How do do!" quacked1
' rami pa Ooose' I am erv glad to'
SOC you, Uncle Wlggily and Nurse Jane
And I would gpe you e ach a slice of
my chocolate cake, onlv I have no
knife with which to cut "it. "
"Don't let that worry vou! ' laughed
I'ncie Wigglly, "l found Neddie's
knife In the grass where he dropped It
Neddie's knife will cut the cake."
And. surely enough It did. and Uncle
Wigglly and Nurse Jane had each a
"Aren't you glad, now, that I found
Neddie's knife and started to lake It
back to him"" asked the bunny uncle
as he and Nurse Jane Walked on, atter
eating the cake and saying good-by to
"Yes. 1 guoss I ;im " answered the
She walked on h herself a little way
ahead of Mr. Longears. who stopped
to clean the chocolate off Neddie s
I ALHAMBR A I I
i TMET COOLEST SPOT IN UTffig j
LAST TIMES TODAY I
CSS. WANDA HAYVLEY II
si? IN THE SPLENDID COMEDY
fm 'Mrs. Temple's Telegram' I
jC 8l F "Ccme to see me at once," she begged. "Hap- II
f " 1 A jlttL Jm 1 PnC6S cpcn3 cn you" Husband must not t-
!H mBiujr 1 husband did know! And a naughty I
;;v "vamp" knew something about husband.
L U Speaking of triangles, alibis, high jinks and ff
t I jjttifg things, yen never laughsd -r. hard at go many in- . H
' fflPV '-.'- I nccent folk appearing so guHly.
I 'p: i Fro-, ihe e2'ebrated play by Frank Wyatt
I 2- Pathe Weekly- Screen Magazine II
PRICES lOe and 20c Jl
I COMING TOMORROW I
I PRICES: I SCHEDULE I
1000 Seats-Main Floor........ 30c Sunday
HMO Seats, Balcony 20c
Children, Any Seat 10c 5.00, 7:00, 9:00
knife, when all of a sudden the rahhit
gentleman heard Nurse Jane scream.
Help. Help: (j,. help me, LTnclfi
VVigglly! I'm caught fast.'"
Holding Neddie's knife in his paw.
the bunny rushed ihrouKh the bushea
"I guess (be Elpslsewah must bave
caaght Joule! ' sadly hi- thought, liut
when he looker! he saw that int musk
rat lady was only tangled up in a wild
'grape vine, which had twined and
twisted iroiiinl her legs.
"Oh. how can I vist get out?" cried
Miss Fussy WuSsy.
"I'll cut you loose with Neddie's
knife, said I ncle Wigglly, and he did,
and soon Nurse Jane could walk on
tho palh again, being free from the
"I am more glad than ever that you
picked up Neddies knife," she said.
And Neddie was glad to get hack his
cutter thing; thanking the buriny vers
much. So if the griddle cake doesn't
Jump out of the gravy boat and try
to swim in the tnolASSCS to play tag
with the toasting fork, I'll tell mi next
ahout L'nele ip'ily and the gqulrter
Checking Her Tongue.
Patienl You told me to put my
tuniL'uc out, but you haven't looked
at it, doctor.
Doctor No, madam. 1 want time
to write your prescription! Edin
If JUST FOLKS
Rt IJdgar A. Guest
o : : 4
A fisherman's a feller who
' Loyea running streams an' skies o'
I A fisherman's a chap h sees
GrcJit pictures In the willow trees.
An' hears, without the need of words,
God's anthem in the song of birds.
A fisherman's a man who knows
.lust where the sweet arbutus grows;
A fisherman's u feller who
Sees something in, the water blue,
An' In the white ilouds diiftin' by,
iyhicjh never strikes the artists eye. j
A fisherman's a. man who takes
Joy from the humblest thins God
A fishei man's a rhap who secy
Deep Into Nature's mysteries.
An' far away from selfish strife.
Learna how to think iig thoughts of'
Wh.it Docs H: Mean?
Rural Patient Hardly expected to
see you this soon again, "doc."
M. D. Had to look at another
patient in the neighborhood, so I i
(ihought I might as well kill iwo birds j
i with one stone. Houston post. I
CmZENSfflP FORUM I
THINGS WOMEN WANT
Each day la given with its correct
i one question asked the stud
enta at the 1 hie igo 8 bddl of Political
Education for Women.
What are Treasury Department
The bureaus Into which tho treasury
department la divided are those of
Public Health Service, Life Saving
Service Internal Revenue, Secret S-or-fice,
Mint Currency. Bureau of En
graving and Printing and Public
CHAIN DRAWS LIGHTNING,
KHjLINO MAN AND BEAST
(By International News Service.)
KEARNY. N. J. Lightning struck
a chain with Which Charles Dlllilanff
was hading a COW at Helmetta anu
killed both the man and animal.
About the same time two men mov
electrical beef conveyor at
Kearny were killed by an electrical
Tho black beetle Is not a true bee
tic but Is a variety of cockroach.
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