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get indigestion and then cry the hard
er from pain.
Do not wean the baby as long as
he is gaining and never do so except
by the advice of a physician. Do not
follow the advice of friends or neigh
bors about it
SCHUMANN-HEINK'S ADVICE TO JUNE
during the day and two or three
times at night But do not nurse the
baby whenever it cries.
A moderate amount of crying
helps to develop the infant's lungs.
Babies who are nursed irregularly
or whenever they cry are likely to
BRIDES "WELCOME LOVE'S TOUCH ON EYES" 1
BY MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK
The Famous Diva
And now, dear Bride of June, the
time has come to say: "God bless you
The other day I came across a bit
of poetry which has been singing in
my ears every time I have thought of
"Love must kiss that mortal's eyes
Who hopes to see fair Arcady;
No gold can buy you entrance there,
But beggard love can go all bare,
No wisdom won with weariness;
But loye goes on with folly's dress
No fame that wit could ever win,
But only love may lead love in
To Arcady To Arcady."
Arcady, oh, bride of June, is not
an easy place to find, and, having
found it you must ever be on your
guard lest the envious fairies, who
hate the happy, lead you away to
darkness and despair.
Nowhefe on this broad earth, oh,
bride'of June, is there a place so beau
tiful as Arcady and the sweetest wish
that I can give to every one of you
who have read my words is that you
shall dwell within its confines "until
death do you part"
But know you, oh, bride of June,
if you would live in Arcady, you must
ever welcome love's soft touch upon
your eyes that it may shut out the
ugliness of strife; you must let love
close your ears to whispered words
of jealousy and doubt; you must
make your lips the resting place of
tender words so that when time has
blanched their crimson youth to age's
pallor, love still will call them beauti
ful; you must realize that love will
never find the hands grown old which
have smoothed his aching brow when
his heart "was weary with the storm
and stress of every day.
God pity them whose wandering
feet are ever turned from the portal
of this joyous domain.
God pity them more whose loving
eyes can look only to the country
where love warms the flowers of hap
piness to fullest bloom.
Cod pity them most who, having
once known all the bliss which is
within, must go from that fair land
to travel o'er the rugged roads of dis
illusionment, disappointment and re
gret o o
Peel six medium sized cucumbers
and cut them in inch slices. Have a
pint of chicken or beef broth boiling
hot and drop in the cucumber slices
and cook until tender but do not cook
until they drop in pieces; blend two
tablespoonfuls of butter and two of
browned flour until smooth, add two
cups of stock the cucumbers were
cooked in and cook 20 minutes, add
half a teaspoonful of kitchen bou
quet and ten drops jof onion juice;
turn over the stewed cucumbers ani
o o '
If beating an egg to be used when '
frying fish or croquettes, add one
tablespoonful of cold water before-'
beating egg goes farther and is
Put a rubber nipple on the bluing;
bottle and you can gauge perfectly5
the amount of bluing needed.