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would suggest that vou cIId this
JUticIe and study it again, in connec
tion1 with the following lessons on
To Be Continued.)
DONT LEAVE CHILD'S GROWTH
To know how the child may be
most easily reached, what motives
A WAR NURSE AT
appeal to it, what discipline is effec
tive, what influences, are most po
tent and where its tendencies die, the
parentnmist have a" knowledge of its
If the parent is, unable to deter
mine this himself, the child should
by all means be taken to a reliable
character analyst for a scientific de-
lineatlon so that it may be intelli
gently and effectively guided.
THE AGE OF HVE
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That is the record of Sister 'Joy, little daughter of Dr. G. A. MacDonald,
who conducts af hospital in England. This picture shows the "baby nurse"
in Red Cross uniform attending a wounded sailor.
A man travelling in Maine met a
middle-aged farmer, who said his
father, ninety years old, was still on
the farm whre he was born.
"Ninety years old, eh?"
"Yes, pop-is close to ninety."
"Is his health good?"
" 'Tain't much now. He's been
complainin' for a few months back."
"What's the matter with him?"
"I dunno; sometimes I think farm
in' don't agree withr him." Western