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baby Avasborn It was an exceptionally good-natured child, "with a
smile for every" one and the first word it spoke was "happy."
Another young mother wished-her child to be a musician and
before its coming she made it a pdint to hear beautiful music every
day. At-6 years of age her child could play the piano and violin.
Now I don't want you to grow too solicitous1 over these mat
ters, but wish you to remember the nearer you come .to being con
tented' and bappy during this perid of waiting for your child to be
put in your arms, the more probable will be tlie chance of your
having a joyous, laughing baby.
Always with tenderest thought;
BRIDE OF COPPER KING
' AGAIN LURED BY STAGE
The leading role in the play,
''The Fires of Hate," has been of
fered Mrs. F. Augustus Heinze,
wife of-th ecbpper magnate, who
By Berton Braley.
The richest fellow I know -
Has. scarcely accent;
But if his balance is low,
He's rich in content
He's IacTcingin bonds "arid stocks
And he has no pile,
For his wealth'is not in "rocks."
But in things worth while. ' '
Mrs. F. A. Heinze.
was Tcnown on the stage as Ber
nice Golden Henderson, and ru
mor has it that-she will leave her
baby and her luxurious home for
a. few hours each -day to stand
once again in the glare of the
foQtlights. , . - -
He's riph in the loveof friends,
And of wife and tots,
'i none of his cash he
On cars and" yachts; '
He's rich in his love of mirth,
And in sympathy
For the broken and tramped-to-eafth
In their misery.
He's rich in his love of books
And their fantasies,
In his love of the fields and brooks
And the stately trees.
He's rich in his peace that's rare
And his simple creed;
Where many a millionaire
Is poor indeed I - . x i ?i s
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