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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913.
LITTLE TALKS ON BABYOLOGY
BY ANNA STEESE RICHARDSON
Director of the Better Babies Bureau of the Woman's Home Companion.
NO. 6 SLEEP.
The healthy baby is a sleepy baby
baby does not want to sleep,
MAKE A SKY TRIP
Thrilling Exhibition Announced
I heaith or the quality of the milk he i This 9 p. m. feeding should be given 1 as Feature of Rock Island I
r.: takes. . quietly and the baby immediately re-- fThih f!n I?-. I
Ma chnnlri 1 J I
SCENE IN "THE DUKE OF DURHAM" AT THE EMPIRE
r" "na eiui. one, varies this monotony of eating and-, , , mrnJnfr ,rr.m i ,n 5 p.ofore the advent of thp lomnlano I
I " - - " " - v w - 1,
... . turned to his bed of crib.
or two er tnree months, tne Daoy; , . i
I ttlcA riA harm w- non fmin
and ... . . I
rf two conditions exists; either It has j sleeping only by an enforced trairym the afternoon. If he sleeps too the balloon was the never-failing sen-;
been spoiled and actually trained to bath and an occasional crying spelLl late in the afternoon, he will be wake-J satioa of the county fa-. j
be wakeful by a thoughtless mother,' Some babies drop right ofT to sleep af- ful at 6. the hour set for going to sleep. The county fair that is to be held at;
or it is in need of medical care. ! ter being fed: other cry a little. Mod- , for the night. thCKR:Kh UV? J D!eM U !
A baby comes into the world sleepy. erate erring does not hurt a baby nor! After his first birthday, baby has1 to , t. ",00 f 'iik T i
if well and left to his own device, he ; indicate a serious condition. It is only one daily nap. in early afternoon, j . ,jf oauoun teat will be the
fleeps 22 hours out of every 24 during about the only form of exercise he but the 12-hour sleep at night is es-j tn" . " oimclnent . d ., t R J
th the first few weeks of his life, has, and. in mcderation. is good for ! sential to his health until he has pass-. , t , .,. "I '
hi. lungs. But if his sleep is tadly.ed his sixth birthday. It is nonsense j tv'.'" "uL . 1, .IX-
. . . m... . , l F.aa uaa. v w jo c v. ucu nit i ,
The mother who interrupts his slum
ber to cuddle him or show him oft is : broken and his orring is shrill and pro- i to say that a young child does not
endangering his health and her future . longed, bis dictation is probably at want to sleep.
Nature cries out for
18:30 sharp. Mr. Lanioat assures an
pace of mind.
Take a lesson from puppies and kit
tens. They sleep day and night. The
wise mother-doss and cats do not dis
turb them. The wise house-mother
tells her children not to touch or dis
turb the newborn pets and yet she will
permit family and friends to break in
upen the slumber of the new bora
baby of the household.
Directly a baby has been ushered
into th world, washed, dressed and
fed. it goes to sleep. Vnless roused
for feeding, it Ia apt to sleep many
1 sleep. Parents interfere with nature
i ascent that wil! mark an epoch in this !
If th bhv wnkrs tin inside of two1 by starting the baby oft wrong and I
!-. is no evidence of ill-, teaching it not to want sleep. The
sort of performance. He does it with-
I vui lliv fiat aLUtllf. 8U vufu-
hours and there is no evidence of ill-, teacning 11 not to want sleep. nejp!etely controlling the bag from the;
health or discomfort, the mother best argument is that the baby who is j time j teaves until it alights that only '
should let him wait, even if he cries; kept UP to romp with papa in the even- once Qrbg hi9 many years of balloon-:
until the t'to-hour limit is up. This. in?, at the age of two. three or fourJ.inR nas ne encountered a mishap,
period she can gradually increase to; years, is a iate sleeper in the morning, 1 xhat v.as in Denver in 1SS9." said;
two hours and a half, and then to irritable and heavy. Mr. Lament. "It was a beautiful exli:-!
three hours. Tbe healthy baby is eavj Tne DaD' should not be rocked tojbition. if I do say it mxself. Theve :
lly trained. " (sleep, nor should he be tucked into a j must have been 10,000 people, on the;
Of course, a dinpled, rosy baby is i carriage and then trundled to sleep, grounds when! cut my bag loose. It;
a great temptation to the mother, ev1!" clear weather, lie may be snuggled! was a perfect day. Not a leaf 6tirred. ,
pecially while she is lying restfully' UP 5n nis carriage and set out of doors. After I had been up half an hour I 1
in with a nurse in attendance. lt!'n a corner screened from draught or ! sailed through a cloud that was filled:
i rfHcrhtf,,! to nulf th habvi direct rays of the sun for both, his! with watt-r. I punctured it and the:
" "I . . . . : J 1 t . A. -1 . . n 1 . ; m . 1
his tinv fists morning ana arternoon naps, ai b;crou unun gut uuvKiag, ior wuicn
to smooihe bis soft cheek, hia silky o'clock he should be undressed, made; I as blamed New wUUnery was
hu'r Hut tnsf th tame rvprv tTTne ' perieciiy coraioriaoie. iea ana insn .
,i 1. int.mmixH iiv' thocAi laid down on a firm hair maitress
maternal net tin zs. mother is la ing i ' hout a pillow, to go to sleep with-:
j-.. 1 jl. a u i.. out further attention. Do not form1
iminuauon lur iuiuic I'uuuic. mi'", 1,-1 1 ; 1 .
Phe Is tin and about -with no nur5e to the habit of singing a Baby to sleep; '-" " - - ' "
KKi Vr loior holding his tiny hand till he drops " "J 1
The healthy baby starts life by ! perform, rhe will'w ish that she had . There will come evenings whn,' ,rip to earth I got too close to one of
sleeping three hours, and then wakine trained bahv to leen to the limit of r too t:red to sing, or there,. ' . J t
to be fd. If the quality of the breast j his defires and inclinations. i win be other work for
milk or bottle milk fed him is sustain-! At the third month, the bebv besins ' hands to do and baby.
1ng and satisfying, the three hour in-; to take notlre of wTiat goes on around ! standing, will rafte his voice
hours. This is nature's warning to
mothers that new-born babies need against her, to cuddle
jUFt tnree ining, warmth, food, sleep.
And for the future good of the house-,
bold, the greatest of these is sleep
r.nd the ha'nit of sleeping. When a
newborn baby Is permitted to sleep
and trained to sleep, the family and
hopsohold routine in not disturbed.
-V "S 'J'1Avtvl. i JVPj'i .
N- , 1 7
- ? -tv hw
1 said some very unpleasant things about
"I have a mean3 of controlling my
'The Duke of Durham," on view at (leading woman, having a voice of un-i
the Empire the first three days of the I usual strength and beauty.
I songs. 1 ne company, iur msuiuce, in
She was; the opening scene, gives snatche
week, is the best of the musical com- repeatedly recalled by her audience lrom verai operas. nu mey
, , , , ... none. 100. inreiniwui m tuim-uj im
Ituviu wnnfn nil iTpnt ... ....
, ,v ..-c i ainusiiiglv nnu cleanly presented. i.
It is chisfly asito a much more pretentious organisa-; k lino is "Tlie Duke of Durham," and
edies offered the present season by j last night.
Manager E. T. Dolly.
a singing organization that the com
pany shines. Miss Luella Davis, the
tiou. Another rotable relief is the he is funny. The chorus is pretty and
infreuueucy of Uoresonis ragtime 1 can sing.
tervat is correct. If the milk !s not. him and will lie awake a little longer! lst
(ano n.iu.uuniu it, mi nits I v;-
yonr dust i w., j , ,
! BUlt ,bat 1 crushed a perfectly good
i niflrnl ripQi" thnf till) DivA,nn rt fr-
p orado h.ad slipped me. accompanied by ',
his best wishes, when I said farewell
quite heavy enough, he may wake at. between nans. If undisturbed, how- Frm birth the baby should sleep'. th hi audience thnt Bi.rrminrted
Intervals cf two hours and a half, butlever. h will s?on drop oft asleep cf alone, in a dark roon well ventilated., the bag when j reieased it from the
no baby should be fed oftener than; bis own sweet will
once ln two hours. If be does not sleep
in stretches of two hours, there is
-ometblng wrong with his general
Baby knows no
rones. Anyway. I did not smoke the
At six months he sleeps from ? 'cr cigar. If I had, it is not unlikely that
1 - - M 1 ef i
o'clock to 5. straight through th? ' armTn 01 Bn aaul1 uou- 1 uere my (opinion of the governor might
and needs no:
he need the:
niehf. with lust one feedine at 0 d. mJ be"n ead tragedies of babies smoih-i have been altered
i ered by tired mothers, too heavy with ; -what do I think of Count Zeppe-
M'LLE LA BERXERE, FAMILY, MOLINE
sleep to know they had rolled over on
the tiny, helnless form. There have
been other cases where babies per
mitted fo 6leep with adults, afflicted
with chronic disease, have contracted
the ailment and died.
Ventilation is important. Occasion
ally we read of unusual cases where
parents boast that they have raised
eight, nine or ten healthy; children in
unventilated bedrooms. These chil
dren hare been constitutionally strong
lin's balloon inventions? Far be it
from me to criticise the efforts of
others, but the count knows my sen
timents. On my last visit to Berlin I
spent many pleasant hours with the
i ccunt. I hunched him as impressively
as I l;new Uow on the dangers cf his
balloon, pointing out that there were
errors in construction and in the loca
tion of the various details of appara
tus. For instance, I advised against
placing the gasoline tank too ctose to
You a Male? Then Wear Tights.
It is clear that the devisers of the
the smoking room, suggesting that a j male style are anxious to make the
onnnfli in atirrtve the effects of vitiat
ed air. The modern mother does notjehted cigaret cast carelessly aside j man of
take the chance. She supplies fresh j cauf a commotion. I Deneve
air to her baby from birth. The little! there 'a8 something of this sort han
crib should not stand In a draught I peed to on. of the Zepehns recently.
k. .i,m h rin,i -V es, you may tell the boys they can
from the top and raised from the bot-j ,, . , ... , . ' . , . ,
; t . m . : l-iiday night. I will be there w ith the
lull! i(J iieaie imicui ui ncau, )juic
air. The crib, with its little sleeper,
j may be protected by screens.
ADOve an imugg, uo nui start junr
baby's sleeping habits with the warn
ing "Hush!" Have the room in
which he sleeps as free from noise as
your household habits will permit and
do not permit other members of the
fashion an extreme'.y lu
dicrous figure. Every time there has
been a convention of tailors In the
past year or two It has been decided
that the masculine garb should be
tighter and skimpier than it had been, j fore
The tailors would pass out their die-1
recent convention at Chicago of the
Merchant Tailors and Custom Cutters'
association of that city the male
habiliment suffered another shrinkage.
Conceived in the dark and executed in
bad faith, these styles for men that
must be worn this fall are much.
much tighter than any ever seen be-
The bottoms of the coats are
rapidly working upward. Already ,
turn, they would wait eagerly to I they had reached the floating rib and
watch the appearance of a male slave. ' may soon be expected to scale the
of fashion and then they w ould laugh I verterbrae column. Trousers are
hearrily and without restraint. "This much more clinging than of vore
after having presented lectures on
various subjects scientific, literary.
family to disturb him unnecessarily, j historical, philosophical and sociologi
but when he is asleep on the second ! cal has secured Karl Barnes in a ser
floor, do not demand that everybody j ies of lectures, on "The Problems of
tiptoe and speak in whispers on the' Property" to be delivered at the Dav
IN LECTURE COURSES
The Davenport University Extension ; s great sport," cried the tailors, "we They wi l be worn high, clearing the;
society in entering upon its 25th year, j must make 'em even tighter next sea-; ehoe top by a generous lncn or two:
SOn." and difClosinir a Kni'U- of e-arlch Vina .
Phone Moline 37
"THE HOUSE OF GOOD
At All Times.
TWO MORE DAYS ONLY
LA VERNE BARBER t CO.
In "The Man Who Knew."
The Act Btautiful
MLLE. LA BERGERE
HIEEERT & KENNEDY
Colored (but net born that way)
HERMAN & PEYSER
Comedy Act That Is fin
COMEDY ON WHEELS
RESERVED SEATS 20c
EVENING 10c, 2Dc AND 30o
3 SHOWS SUNDAY AT 2:45
7:30 and 9:30
At any rate such would seem to be j No cuffs are to be seen on the trous
the case. It was thought last spring j ers, cuffs having come into disfavor
when the spring and summer styles 1 for uo reason at all.
were schemed and foisted on the inof-j Grren will be Hie prevailing color,
tensive male that, men's apparel But thr.ii unvon" willing in "m,,
ground floor. Remember a healthy j enport high school auditorium, as. fol-1 couldn't very well be made to fit 'with the outrages 'of cut and fi
closer. But this was erroneous. In a would wear anv color there is
baby is not a nervous invalid whose
"nerves" must be saved in every pos
sible way. Take it for granted that
he was sent Into the world with sound!
Nov. 5 How
Nov. 12 Why
Property Affects Its
a Few People Get
nerves and a normal
sleep as well as food.
The baby's habits of sleep are regu
appetite for ; Everything.
Na 19 Who Should Own the Earth.
No. 26. Individual vs. Collective
A vaudeville program overflow Ing ' not been equalled here for some time. : lated largely by his physical comfort jw uershiP-
and this In turn Is dependent upon the
way in which he is clothed. So the
next talk on bahvolnsv will deal py.
Unit hit. was the verdict handed over; End Kennedy, blackface, "but not born j cU!5jvelv with clothes for the babv
' he footlights in generous applause by J that way," hold the attention and "
wiili pleasing variations, embracing I Many difficult feats of balancing, and
the extreme of comedy aud the sweet-1 the appearance of a 4-year-old lady in
est of music, with each number a dis-1 a slit skirt, feature the act. Hibbert
the audience witnessing the first half j hands of all. They offer singing and
we-k Vantages bill at the Family, Mo-, eccentric dancing. The act Is suitable
Hue. eterday. Joint hcadliner for for best vaudeville time. A welcome
first honors are the l.a Verne Karher pair were Henry and Emma Peyser.
Ghost of the Past That Were Formi
dablt In Their Time. '
! -"An enumeration of the uselesn."
says P.ichnrd Jeffries, "vronld nlmot he ;
an enumeration of everything hitherto 1
Wh:it n nile of 1nnk the men of the
Earl Barnes, who is one of the best ' orJ Jnborea t0 produce:
known lecturers on public affairs, was neari up tne l(0oks thnt nr of nn
educated in Cornell and the University pos!,jb,e se tne rontont!, f anient
(i .. .,u,..v. 11)rnrlps books or hernial !cs. tneo-
! experience w hile his acquaintance with , ...,, nil(, ,,.-. rnVi srlenees. books of
Dec. S Effects of Charity on the :
Giver and 'on the Receiver.
Dec. 10 Movements Tending to Re
players, in the refreshing playlet. "The They sing "You Made Me Love You"! "The Message to Headquarters" is i men has been wide and varied. He J wrnr,Kiinrr and tedious arguments "the
Van Who Knew." and the cycling Mi- 1 and sing the number as though it hs IO ,ne ieature mm at t.ie r amiiyjwas professor or European history m ; orid nns wmingly forgot, and the
Nutts. "The Mn Who Knew" is a , been written for their special use. The ; tomorrow . ic is bomeiumg new mtiieithe State I nlversity of Indiana and ---t-a- of ,, nrodncts that ponr
by the splendid dramatic ability of two it scored is a fitting tribute to their
ladles and tw o gentlemen, all of whom tucce&s. Opening the show is Mile,
l ave a delightful conception of their 1 liergere and her posing dog., who ren
various ro'es. For real fun. the act 1 der beautiful art studies out of the or
ffred by the cycling MrNutts has dinary line usually seen in vaudeville.
drama from beginning to end and!
yet, melodrama which seems to have (
hcenically beautiful -ketch, enhanced j act Is going in fine style and the hit ! vl n i later oi eaucauuu in ueiana stanrora. tjke a .-.easeless NIacnrn from the mod
For seven years Prof. Barnes lived ern press. nean them nn ,nto otl.
1 in European countries, during which; m!lr,,i n,i trnm ... .nn vnn mnM
; a most convincing atmosphere of real-. time he delivered 500 lectures. In Iook dow upon tDP nlmilInva!,.
, Urn in spite of the few rather im- 189S he was appointed staff lecturer I Think of the ruined cities of the orl
j possible stunts which can better ; of the London Society for the Kxten-1 tbe K!0.t)T temples of Egypt, the
I be done in a few seconds before Fion of University Teaching. At tbejbroken fniKm;nts of r(lstles bv the
;a camera than in actual life. These! time of his London residence he lee-! nhine 8n4 tlle Dnnube. tbe Coliseum.
i siunis, nowever, win noi oe amiss to 1 1 urea ln tne leaning cities er England
I the average audience because they j and Scotland, al.so before all the Welsh
;are thrilling enough to make the spec- j colleges and the University or Oxford,
jtator catch his or her breath and won-! For the last three years he has lec
der w hat Is going to happen next, jtured in New York, Boston, Pbiladei-
The Messrs. Lonergan have utilised i phia and other leading cities of United
; their familiarity w ith the Italy or to-1 States and Canada.- He has given ex
jday particularly, the brigand-infest-1 tended summer courses in many uni
jed Mopes of Vesuvius back of Torre i versities, among which are the Unl
,del Greco and Herculaneum to give j versities .r Chicago, Wisconsin and
u enective setting for the beginning I Virginia. In 1806 he published his 'Stud-
The people who put no faith in "lucky strikes"' or
fortunate speculations, and place their dependence
on real thrift, getting, keeping and increasing capital
through the practice of prudence.
They do not belong alore to this generation. All
fortunes began sometime, somewhere, in some
body's thrift. Does this not point insistently to a
savings account for you at the German Trust &
of their play and
it teem plausible.
make the rest of
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS '
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind,
says: "My wife bad Inflammatory
rheumatism in every muacla and
(Joint; her suffering was terriele and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed for six weeks and ha eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried Dr. Detchon'a Relief
Iheumatlsm. It gave immediate
W. ' and she was able to walk !a
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Sec
ond a venae. Rock Island, and Gust
Echlegei & Son. 220 Second street.
Tbe pleas nt purgative effect ex
perienced by ail who nse Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the healthy condition of tie body and
mind which they create, makes one
Ies in Kducation." and later "Where
Knowledge Fails," edited by Dr. Ed
ward Howard Griggs. His "Women
in Modern Society" attracted wide attention.
Springfield. I I. In the United
States dis rict court Judge Humphrey
appointed the Sangamon Loan and
Trust company of this city receiver to
tell the Macomb and Western Illino's
m -m-i. mmu Barggl shw
EMPIRE THEATRE j
the Golden Flouse of Nero, the Garden
cf Hadrian at Tivoli! Think of the tistv
lese sciences men studied, the faded re
ligions they once believed, the inconse
quential wars of history, the reams of
antiquated law, the gold gathered to
gether only to be misspet;! Think of
tbo useless passions, dreams, thoughts
snd desires of men!
One is sometimes tempted to think
1 hst we front the great questions of life,
love and death as freshly, with as lit
tie advantage from experience, as the
cave man. Dr. Frank Crane in Wom
Vaudeville performances at 2:45 and
S:1T,. Two thows Wednesday and Sun
Pantages vaudeville Performances
daily at 2:45 and 8:15.
. South Bf-iid. Ind. The Lincoln me
morial nut.iomi: highway from L1go
nier, Ind., to the Illinois htate line is
'o be marked this week by members
cf the Northern Indiana association,
which organization will have chargn
of the dedication ceremonies Oct. I'.l.
when it t:i expected a big meeting will
bo held in South Bend.
The Eirj Crowd at Armory
Hall, Wednesday Evening.
Wrxon's Full Orchestra
If , if
DON'T MISS THIS BIG
"The Duke of Durham"
$1.50 show, 10c, 20c, 30c
All matinees 10c and 15c
I'hbne Rock Inland 70S
The late Bisbop Donne of Albany,
strict conservative, had bis own views
ax to woman's place in the world. No
feminist UtU good Tory bishop, no srt-vocat?-of
"newness" of any sort
Bishop Doane believed In marriage
of the real old fashioned kind, and to
bridegrooms at weddings he nsed some
times to make a little speech.
"My young friend." he won 1 say te
tbe pole nd nervous bridegroom, pat
ting him on the back, "yon are now
embarking on a long, hazardous voy
age, and I bid you remember tbe Fin
"For tbe Finnish sailors bare a
proverb to this effect:
Tbe man wbo on tbe ship of matri
mony signs as mate wiil never get pro
moted.' "New York Tribune.
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