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St. Louis, Mo., Oct 23. The pa
tented non-crying baby, is the new
product of St. Louis City hospital.
Non-crying babies are being turned
out at the rate of five or six a" day.
System in caring for the child is
the reason. .
Part of the "system is elimination
of caresses from bewhiskered Uncle
Ezras and jogglings by doting Aunt
Lizzies. Relatives may peek at a
new baby, but must keep hands off.
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SOME JNSIDE STUFF
The mouth is a busy piece of -machinery.
When it isn't talking, it's
eating, and often holding down both
jobs at once. And when it's neither
talking nor eating it' splits 50-50
with the nose on turning out a snore.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Oct. 23, 1765. St Ange, last
French commandant of Fjt De Char-
tres, withdrew with Jtiis troops to St
The babies are never fondled. They
are fed at regular intervals. After the
feeding the baby is taken from the
mother for a time and put in a sep
arate bed. The babies are bathed
every morning and great care is
taken at all times to keep them per
When the mother leaves the ho
pital with her baby, she takes-with
her a printed list of nurse's "Dont's."
If the baby forms crying habits at
home well, that's the mother's