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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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"I can't oh, this excitement will
kill me!" chattered Short. "Get me
out of this and I will never enter an
automobile again. Please, please, ask
the farm people to get a steady rig
and drive me home! I'll pay any
price." - .
"But the machine?"
"Yours take it. keep it I vow nev
er to enter one again! If you don't
take it, I'll send my man after it and
have it sunk in the river, I'm in earn
est. It's yours oh, get me home!"
And that is why Earl Bartley drove
into Dunham that same evening the
proud possessor of a two thousand
dollar touring car. It built up his
business as he planned, and there
came an opportunity to sell some
property for Mr. Short, which squar
ed the deal.
"And all our good fortune because
you followed a kindly impulse to help
a poor fellow in trouble!" said Mary
sweetly the day they were married.
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There's a superstition dating way
back to our great grandmothers' day
that every baby must have "three
months of colic," but the modern
mother knows that though colic is
one of the common disorders that at
tack baby in hot weather, it is not
one of the necessary ills of babyhood.
When the grippy pains attack the
baby the first thing to do is to clean
out the intestinal tract with an
enema of hot water, then apply heat
to the abdomen and feet. A little pep
permint water may be given, as it
helps to dig the food and dislodges
the gas which is the cause of the
If future illness is to be avoided
baby's mother must carefully watch
his diet, and if he is a breast-fed baby
she must be careful of her own food.
Babies vary so in their needs, and
older people, too, 'that it is hard to
lay down exact rules for dieting, so
careful attention to the effect food
has on the stomach must be your
guide in the matter of food.
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.Zeaiz Ba.ird
Leah Baird is being featured by
the Universal Film Co. in Imp pic
tures. She has had brilliant produc
tions, but nothing ever done in pic
tures matched her work in the great
photoplay, "Absinthe," made in
Miss Baird is a high-spirited,
laughing girl full of "pep," to put
it exactly. But she finds her efforts
are mort profitable in serious, heavy
roles for she fully understands the
deeper emotions. Her eyes are big
and dark brown, her smile is beauti
ful and every manager likes her,
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