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WOMAN'S heart: big enough for mother
love and ART-LOVE, SAYS DIVA When Fate put the question of ""art or babies" to Mme: Julia ; Claussen, Swedish grand opera prima donna, she promptly answered, "Both." She has two winsome little daughters and the happiest of homes in. her native city, Stockholm. "Art-love and mother-love are God given gifts," says Mme. Claussen. "A DEAF TO DUTY The average man who ..can hear Pleasure whisper a mile away can't hear Duty'when it shouts in his ear with a megaphone. ' o o . When a man has to go to.the den tist he gets so much sympathy' at home that he wonders "how much there would be left, for him if lie had to get his leg" amputated. true woman will sacrifice neither. She'll find place in 'her heart for both." . While Mme. Claussen is flitting across the country this spring, with the Chicago Grand Opera Company her children are in charge of the nuns of the Sacred Heart Convent here, where the diva placed them on her arrival in this country last fall, o AT ONE OF 'EM There is no use discussing the hap piness of marriage unless one of the contracting parties is an optimist. -Commercial-Appeal. Some women want a kitchen so small they can't turn around in it un less they do so outside; others want a kitchen big eiiough to have a chariot, race in.