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I am 13 3 years of age l e One Onee41 year ago I suffered a severe illness and the physician physicianattending physicianattar
administer morphine once a daydurincr a period periode
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attending atteMtNme me found totndit It necessary nece ary
of e < six months Ima Imagine tne my dismay whoa on finding that It was no longer to be begiven begivers 1 1dflI1
given me e I could net do without It it By day In my weak condition I thought of ofK otIt ofk
K and the reHef it had given me and by night I dreamed of 1C At lastto make makemy makemy makesty
my story ahortI obtained it and have since been using it to the extent ofhalt of ofhalf othalf
half a grain 11 er w a day Now I find that my health is being ruined I am ner nervous nervous norvove ¬
vous and Ad terribly depressed Will you advlseme advisa advf = emeT me I do not care to go to our bornephyaietaa home homephylci homepbtdall
pbtdall phylci and knowing the very excellent advise given to so many by you and andyour andOUr andyour
your OUr MeoMtiUMBta I knowthat know know that you can help me if you will How can I rid myself my myreir myelt
self elt of tbto herrtWe cloud oJoudthathlU1P that hangs over my life My physician feared to give it itto Itto Itto
that I might become addicted to Its use VICTIM VICTIMIf VICTIMIf vicrmhave +
to BM M 0 of on often t B thinking
If you yougardless have not will wi1ltonough t enough to leave off tho torriblo habit at once re regardlcM regardlell
gardlcM of tb the struggle trugglrdt it will cost you put yourself deliberately under re restraint retraint reatraint
straint M 1 if you were a maniac For this you are so far as inability t tcontrol to toc tcontrol <
control c > > ntrol aetion goes Your physician w was was s to blame in yielding to your desirefor desire desirifor desirefor
for th tM in invidious idiouB drug He knew better than you could guess how manother man manotber many manyother
other wretched women doploro the day in which they entered upon a course coursithat coursethat coursethat
that baa ha ruin ruined d them body and soulThere soul soulThere soulThere
There are specialists who treat treatthisawiul thisawful obsession ob ession as they theywou wouldanj wouldanjother would rany ranyother and andother
other form of dementia It would bo far better for you to submit withou withoufurther withoutfurther withoufurther
further delay t w > this regimen I wish J could add addthnt that yours is the firs firsCAM first firstCAIt firscase
CAM of ito kind I have ha known mown of personally personaUyIn In the dozen or more case caseithat casethat casesthat
that have oomo under my direct observation I havdknovra hav k1lown of but one whtBas who whcwas whoII
completely cured She surrendered herself m entirely roly to the control of o t ttrained a atrained ttntaed
was II
trained nurse who never left horunguarde her unguarded ungunrdea by byday day or by night for io a yearAt year yearAt yenrAt
At the end Ild of that time she was well and a free woman She lived twelve twelvtyears twelvyears twelvey <
and had a relapse relapseWHl relapsewill
years y rs after the bleated end was accomplished never
Will MI kindly permit another anoth anotherone r ono of your girls to claim your attention attentionlone aUentionlone attentiony attentionlone
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book of not no kissing klssln games for the themUrtolomoot theeftttrtl theeaortalraeet
eaeofh b to ask you the name 8 of a games
lone ladles and gtleirien t ttletnpn t1em nalso also whero I could buy buyH buySTEUuA buyIt buyIt
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mUrtolomoot eftttrtl DIMI1t ef a party of young yo ng
STELLA MARIE MARIEBead MARIESend MABIEB
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B Bead ead thirtyfive cents to the United Society
155 La Salle Sellestreot street Chicago for a little book bookissued issued by said union underthe under undeithe underthe
the title of Eighty Pleasant Evenings It is the best manual I have ever eveiwen everHe evesseen
of the enter entertainments entertabuDiuti entertaiamentrs ¬
You modify certain
of all may
of for people ages
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Per Perhaps PerhaPs Perhaps
all good ¬
tainments to suit your own taste if you like but they are
haps you would batter order the bookthrough a bookseller in your city cityI
of girls u When myheart my msheart myheart
I thank and love you for saying you are one my
to respond to those words lifo will have grown very tame andgray and andgray andgrlY
heart for ceases mo I thank you too for other and yet sweeter s eeter words with w which whichyour which whichsour ich ichyour
gray your letter closes They are all mine mute and not to be put into print printAn printAn printAn
An esteemed correspondent has taken thepains th pairis to write out forthii forthiicolumn for or this thiscolumn thicolumn s
ivy poisoning The hQ poison ivy as it is calletin called calledin calledin
column timely paper upon
a the poison oak ak of tho South is the trefell tre trefoil treioil
States
ifiddle Yiddleand and Eastern
in th the
forest Iore t and grove trees with russet and goldweld gold golcin goldin
foil wild wood woodin woodbine woo bin bins It drapos
At these seasonit seasons seasonsit
in the spring
and with pale green streamers
in autumn should betaught b btaught be betaught
tho flush of summer Children <
be dreaded than in
it r8 i is mora to
taught in n infancy how to distinguish distin ish it i from fromthefivo romthth the fivefingered fmgeyed woodbine woodbineand woodbineand woodbineand
and warned never to handle or oven go near it
Now for or our ur IL H 1 D Ds DI s paper paperI
effects of poison Ivy potsonroak potsonroakpotam poison oakbat oak oakemae
suffered ared probably as much from tromtha the
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Every Everysummer EveryaumlMr Everypo
from each variety of the Rhus family as anyone living
potam po posummer bat sumac to six weeks weeksand weeksaDd weeksaad
from three days
summer for twentyfive years Y 4rs I have been laid up
could suggest What helps one per perMA peror perIon
1hyslc1lU1Scould
and have as used d every remedy that physicians
MA or OM attaek may not be of value In another case The following however howevereomea howeverCOMes
COMes th tM nearest neuea to a specific of any of the remedies used vis visOrbelk vlsGrbelio I ICarMh
onehalf dram soft water two ounces alcohol alcoholMffloittit alcohollent alcoholeumelent
Orbelk add crystals pure
In cases half as much add Inother In Inother
Mffloittit lent te make a fourounce prescription some ome
other 0 IenI twice as much add may bo necessary One can tell only by trial The places placeswhore placeswawe placeswhore
whore the poison poIsonmanftests manifests itself are treated with this lotion Quite freely andfrMtlatly and andfrequently andtrtqtl
frequently trtqtl frequentlyIn t1Y t1YIa
In a number of casoa in which sugar of lead tannin and many other remedies remedieswere remcd1eswere remedieswere
were weed without the desired deerBdresult result this treatment was given and In two to tofour toteMIr tofour
results are ob obtateod obtatr obtatse4
checked chec Sometimes good
four days cia the peteen won was completely
tateod tatr < A by taking tl1d Internally in addition to the use ofthe ottheloUon of the lotion the tincture ofbeyoalaere of ofbryeoia otbryeIdae
bryeIdae bryeoia M er 1 two drops In water every everytwo two hours 01W O W E MD MDYMIt MDFour M D DTow
Tow article recently on WhatMakes what Makes a GoodHusband Good Husband caughtmyeya caughtmyeyat caught my eye eyeat
It t one u We were married when I was 19 and my husband 24 4 and we were just as asMtriy asMUIT ashearty
hearty epeeette as people opIo can o n be beI I being b lDg lively and he Quiet When I first metbon met methim metIdna
of the homeliest men I ever saw but I have learned to tomy to11I1 tomy
him I thovsht tbov kt he Ie WM one
my hearts satisfaction homeliest men make best husbands I dont think anytwo any anytwo nnytwo
two people GOUld be happier than we are and we get happier every ever day Our OurOM OurOM Ourone
OM xrwkt rest trouble at first was finances but now never neverl I keep two books booksone one a aday ada aday
day da beek hooIcthe tke ether a a monthly book bookAt bookAt bookAt
At the IrK of every month he gives me m so much muchand and as I spend each cent I Iter Ieat Ieater
eat eater ter it in my day Meekthen book b ekthen then at the th end ofthe of the month I copy It into my monthlybook monthly monthlybook monthlybook
book under its various headings as meat vegetables v etc We have tried saveral sev several several ¬
eral ways wa hut Had this tho best If I only only could tell you how much good goodyour goodyour goodlOut
your talks de me4 TlMakiac you ou for to listening to my little tale I am amMRSMBA amMRS amMRS
MRSMBA MRSMBAIt MRS M B BIt D A AIt
It i it genuine refreshment to listen to such little tales Little because becausebrief becauserief becausebrief
brief rief Certainly CertaiJ Y not because they are commonplace No letters go so surely surelyand surelyand surelyand
and suddenly into the waste basket at the right of my desk d k as those in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which wi wrot vent eJt theirsplen their spleen in complaining of husbands Now and then thenbut thenbut thent
but t rery Tel seldom Jdoma a man sets down a complaint against his wife wifeEvery wifeEeJ7 wifeEvery
Every day I blush to record it brings a letter long or short dis diatrcttful distrcuful distressful
trcttful and usually viragoiso detailing what this or that illused angel ofa of ofa
a wife hue to endure from from a brute whom tho law has made her master Not NotNM Not8M Notsae
NM < of time should s oWd ever be written writtenI
I mean that so emphatically that I repeat it Not one of theso stories storiesof
of kntbaadly cruelty should over bo written bya by a woman woman who still calls her herlf herIt1 herself
It1 self lf a wife if and aDClU live as such with tho man man she sii condemns When a wife isimpelled is isimpelled isimpe1led
impelled to confide her wrongs to her deafest friend it is time she left her herhjabftftdi herhJlbud j jhusbaada
hjabftftdi house and oast off the th ompty show of wedded life lifeUntil lifeUntil lifeUntil
Until that day she should hide his faults and to the world ignore his hisvicet hisvices 1 1ricer
vices vicetThi
Thi This l1 a it whatia what ia moant by taking a husband for or better and for worse worseThis worseThis worseThis
This tirade iira e as some correspondents will call it is drawn out by the thereliffful therdieftul theeliefful
reliffful sensation don caused caUlOt by our housemothers frank confession of happiu happi happiby
u us liar M by y her h < < tribe increasewwle increase increaseWewU 11cr se seWwIII
WewU pea kindly klMI inform me through thre sh your our columns how to care for patent patentleather PlLtentleather patentleather
leather shoes so that they wont crack If there Is a I way INTERESTED INTERESTEDWarm UTERB6TEDJWann INTEItISSTEDWarm
JWann Warm a few drops of noatfsfoot oil slightly s ght1v pour into the palm of yourkawi your Y9prIluIQ yoprhand
hand IluIQ ad rob the shoes gently and long with this about once a week when whenv wh whentou n nu
v tou u are taking them off for tho night Always before putting them on put putto puttD61eh puttae
tae to tD61eh left hand into the shoe to warm it and rub the outside gently with your yournn yourarm yourkern
kern arm nn open tight if ht hand for two or three minutes The natural oil of tha skin skiniuorie skinubrifakis skiniubricutee
ubrifakis iuorie te the leather very lightly lightlyShoes
Shoes treated in this way regularly will not crack crackWOMEN crackWOMEN cra craWOMEN
WOMEN SUPERIOR IN FENCING FENCINGj j j
ITII eharaeterlau C originality onglnalltyJHDck originalityFrench
French moiety people have en enMaoed enI
I Maoed uo oajeymant mlftt to bo bofrom beohtaMed
ohtaMed from their tavonto tavontoJllUl favorttou
paettae JllUl e c1 t reIac by getting
u 1 drawI rawtac ig 100 room compeUUeu 1ft which whIohw whichIword
Iword w aM wwdlJW Re4 are opposed
to each ether Xe o favoritism is shown shownreeeat
The 1r wwert a are COMIdered toPeteat to be fully as ast ashookah
Peteat t u the men In 11 hookah cxhJ
btUoo + Ute fMUlts hays mv a shown that at I In
tbu t th
tu bJlct t itt t their of aIdU own toy are more than able
4t a reeeat reo ° nt social aodalcther gathering tg in Paris
after lots were drawn for competitors It Itwas ItWIUS Itwas
was found that three of the most skilful skilfulfencers aklltulteDOtl8 skilfulfencers
fencers In tho social ring were opposed by bya bya
a trio of fair graduates from one of thefashionable the thefashionable thofashionable
fashionable fencing academies academiesIn
In the contests that ensued all spirited spiritedly ¬
ly fought usht out before a cheering audience audlcncyi audiencete audiencelife
yi te women were victors In two out of ofthree otthree ofthree
three bouts It was acknowledged by bythose bythoec bythose
those who saw I5 W the contests that given givenan givesan givenan
an equal knowledge vf t tho art of fencingt fencing fencingthe fencIngtlie
the t e average woman Is superior to the theaverage thee thea
a average ga e man with wit i the toll because of her herIj3
Ij3 1 > w and activity a tvUy
Types of Notable American A er ln Women WomenNo Women1 Women1No omenl omenlNo
No 10
f f MISS HELEN HE EN M Me GOTODACK GOTOD GOt1 GOTJLDiff D f
1 iff G ccitwL t R4c R4cCt R clpi4 I Ir
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1 Ct DMBER PI PIfACK PICI PICIACK
ACK cucumbers cucum ers of uniform size siz each perfect feet In condition info an earttienware erode in inlayers inlayers
fACK 1 layers two deep with strata of salt two inches thick between them When all are in cover coverthree coverthree coverthree
three inches deep with salt put an inverted plate with a clean stone upon it on on the salt and andpour andpour andPour
pour pour in enough en ugh cold water tocover to cover all The plate and stoneshould keep the cucumbers under underwater underwater underwater
water
Leave them thus for ten days except for stirring up the brine from the bottom every other day dayUse dayUse dayUse
Use your hands for fothis this or a round smooth stick that will not bruise them themAt themAt themAt
At the end of often ten days pour off the brine and throw the cucumbers into fresh cold water ex examining examin examining ¬
amining amin ng each minutely and rejecting all that are specked soft or bruised I Leave eave in the cold water waterfor waterfor waterfor
for two days changing it on the second day and again again inspecting the cucumbers cucumbersOn
On the third day line your kettle with green grape leaves two thicknesses of them themana and pack the thedrained thedrained thedrained
drained cucumbers within it Sprinkle a half saltspoonful of powdered alum upon each layer layerabout Iayerabout layerabout
the cucumbers with cold water lay laying laying laying ¬
about a rounded teaspoonful for a large largekettleful kettleful Coyer very
ing three thicknesses thich esses of vine leaves over all and fitting on a close agate iron or earthenware lid lidnever lidnever lidnever
never a tin tinSet tinSetthe tinSet
Set Setthe the kettle where it will not heat through under two hours and steam very slowly never boil boiling boiling boiling ¬
ing for six hours if ifyou you have three gallons or thereabouts Turn off the water remove the leaves leavesand leavesand leavesand
and drop drQpthe f the he pickles one at a time into iced water with large lumpsof lumps of ice in it it Keep the watercold water watercold watercold
cold until the pickle are of the same temperature temperatureHave temperatureHave temperatureHave
Have ready a gallon of f vinegar one cupful of sugar threedozenwhole three aozenwhole peppercorns three dozen dozenwhole dozenwhole dozenwhole
whole cloves one dozen whole allspice two tablespoonfuls of mustard seed a dozen blades of mace maceand maceand maceand
and two tablespoonfuls of celery seed Boil vinegar sugar and spices together five minutes covered coveredto
to keep in the strength of the vinegar vinegarDrain vinegarDrain vinegarDrain
Drain the cold crisp cucumbers well and pack in jars Cover C ver with the boiling spiced vinegar vinegarcover vinegarcover vinegarcover
cover and set away Turn off the vinegar in a week scald and pour it back upon the pickles pickl s Closetightly Close Closetightly Closetightly
tightly set in the cellar and do not notopen open for two months XheTwiII They will be e better at the end of sixMACARONI six sixMACARONI sixI sixMACARONI I
MACARONI AND TOMATOES TOWIATOESVeryNicey TOWIATOESVeryNiceyBrea Very Nice NiceBreak NiceBreak
Break half alf a pound of pipe macaroni into inchlengths and boil in salted water until tender tenderDrain tenderDr tenderDrain
Drain Dr in and put a layer of the macaroni in the bottom of a greased grease pudding dish sprinkle with pepper peppersalt peppersalt peppersalt
salt onion juice and n grated cheese and cover all ll with i a layer l yer of stewed and strained tomatoes which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been previously seasoned to taste On these goes another layer of macaroni and so on until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the dish is full The Th topmost layer must must be of tomatoes sprinkledwith sprinkledwithcrumbs crumbs and goodsized g > odsized bits of ofbutter ofbutter ofbutter
butter Set in a hot oven covered for twenty minutes and then bake bakeuncovered uncovered until untilthe the crumbs are arewell arewell arewell
well browned
MACARONI BALLS BALLSHave BALLSHave BALLSHave
Have ready a cupful of cold boiled macaroni cooked as in the t eprece preceding ting recipe and chopped choppedsmall choppedsmall choppedsmall
small Make kc a white sauce by cooking g together togeth a r a tablespoonful of f butter b tter and two of flour and stir stirring stirring stirring ¬
ring into them a cup of hot milk Stir until thick add a large tablespoonful of grated cheese and andgradually andgradual1y andgradually
gradually the whipped yolks of four eggs beating all the time Work the macaroni into the sauceand sauce sauceand sauceand
and set aside until the mixture is very cold With floured fi ured hands form i into to small balls ballsnot not quite as asthe aslarg aslarge
large in cir circumference mfer ce as l a silver dollarroll o lar ro lj in beaten bea n afit gg theziin t enin fine cracIe 11l l crsruw r crumbs andd m setiI1 setiI1tIle set in inthe
the ice lcebo box for ± twx wA > hours Fry in indeep In 4eep oi eepj boiling bo illi3k fat Serve with tomato sauce
r 1 1 > MeMo CO I II
I have written you twice before and you have been kind enoughto enou h hvery to ElY 1T8rne > 1T8rnevery roa roavery
very good advice each time
1 My IT baby boy 8V4 8 months old seems to crave food other than thanhlslbottle thanhlslbottleHe hlsjbottte hlsjbottteHe
He hassix bas sIx teeth and Is perfectly well except for very vel occasional colic I feed feedhim feedhim teedblm
him on milk cream water lime water and sugar mixture sterilized and changed changedas
as he seems able to take it t stronger At present I use 1 pint pint milk 72 4 pint plntcream cream cream1J5 creamii
1J5 1 ii pints water 2 ounces lime water and a dessert spoonful of r sugar for a days daysfeeding daysfeeding daysfeeding
feeding S ounces every 3 hours I gave It a little stronger than that butvna butvnaseemed but butheseemed ha haseemed
seemed unable to digest it well so I weakened it again I give glV him a graham orsoda or orsoda a aSoda
soda wafer once a day and occasionally a chicken bone to suck aucc I am anxious to toknow toknow toknow
know if he doesnt need ne d some simple thing in n addition to his milk He seemsravenous seems seemsravenous lSoemIIravenou
ravenous for such food and I would give him well cooked oatmeal oatmeaJegp egg orbreaand orbrea orbtea4and or breeal breealand
and milk if I thought It t wise Please tell me meThis
2 This little boy Is unfortunate enough to be cursed with parenta parenta4 Who Whohave wlioebotai wlioebotaihave vrhoebotIihave
have tempers Baby I dread and nd fear has inherited thesesameJbad thesesameJbadtempers these thesesamebad thesesamebadtempers umaibad umaibadtempers
tempers Hes the Jolllest cheeriest beatnatured best natured little fellow most of thoittme thoittmebut thettmqbut tht thtbut
but once In a while when something displeases him he will get a madflt mad ma411w10n ma411w10nnnd fit pa paand on onand
and scream and get red In the face and clinch his little hands HedoesntT He doesnotI doesnt do dothis < 1 1tbls o othis
this often and th the things like leaving him alone or laying him on his badtoro badtorolaying baclt backor orde ordelayln1 ds dslaying
laying his bottle that anger him when he Is tired and fretful will have n nl nletrec no auobeffect snob snobeffect
effect at another better time Are all babies b1bl like l1 e tbla or has he h really feBl1f reall gotjatemper gotjja gotjjatemper tJ tJtemper
temper that needs weeding out oult And ho how w am I to do this For Boni ForIthSnk I think thecarlier thecarlierI the earlier earlierI arl1 arl1I
I begin the easier It will be Remember he Isnt cross and peevish atall at a11 + I want wantto Wantto t tto
to make ake and train him to be the best little boy in the world worldYOUNG
YOUNG MOTHER IIIOTHBRFirst MOTHER3irst MOTHERFirst
First and least important we will consider the question of habystfooH habystfooHHe babys ot 1 1He
He needs something stronger than cambric cambric tea Wet up a teaspoonful of offarina offarina offarina
farina or cf arrow arrow arrow root ro t berunda berun a if you think farina heavy in a little cold coldmilk coldmilk coldmilk
milk Scald a cupful of milk and when it reaches the boiling point stir in intho inthe intho
tho arrow root or farina with a lump of sugar Cook stirring all the while whilefor whileor whilefor
for or five minutes and turn out to get cold Thin this with your sterilizedmilk sterilized sterilizedmilk sterilizedmilk
milk at feeding time giving him half of the thickened milk at the first to tosee tosee tosee
see how l ow he relishes it and if it agrees with him In a little while he will willgrow willgrow willgrow
grow fond of it t Some of the finest children I have ever known were werebrought werebrought werebrought
brought up upon farina thus prepared preparedA
A more momentous question is the th inheritance you mention mentionEmerson mentionEmerson mentionEmerson
Emerson says Man is physically as well as metaphysically a thing thingof thingof thingof
of shreds and patches borrowed unequally from rom good and bad ancestors ancestorsand ancestorsand ancestorsand
and a misfit from the start startWhen startWhen startWhen
When part of the borrowed capital is a taint of sensuality of greed of ofavarice ofavarice ofavnriceL
avnriceL avarice of lust for liquor or a fierce violent temper theinheritance the inheritance is whatyou what whatyou whatyou
you have rightly named it ita a curse Parents may well shudder shudd r under tho thothought thothought thethought
thought of what they have entailed upon innocent offspring offspringIn
In my millennium boys and girls gir s will be instructed from their earliest earliestyears earliestyears earliestsears
years in their duty to tho generation following In one part of your letter letterwhich Jetterwhich letterwhich
which I take it was for my eyes alone you confess to mad fits ts and stormyscenes stormy stormyscenes stolIIlYscenes
scenes on your part If your temper had been conquered conqueredyes yes I use tho thoword thoword theword
word advisedly 11dvised1ycoIiquered conquered first by your parents in infancy then by your yourself yourself yourself ¬
self in later childhood your boy would have had a fighting chance chan e for successful suc successful suecessful ¬
cessful selfconquest As it is you have added to tho load bound upon him himby himby himby
by his fathers ungovernable temper that of your mad indulgence in un unholy unholy unholy ¬
holy rage rageWhat rageWhat ragaWhat
What is to be done First learn to rule your own spirit and then thenshall thensha1l thenshall
shall you yousco see eearlyhow clearly how to help the poor little fellow to get himself inland in hand handKeep handXeepdown t tKeep
Keep Xeepdown down your temper at any rate as far ar as the outward exhibition exhibitionof
of it goes When John rages keep cool and better than coolness study studygentleness studygentleness studygentleness
gentleness Drill yourself to modulate your tones Speak low and quietly quietlyand quietlyand quietlyand
and when you must be firm with baby aby never raise your voice
Control my child as you controlled me I wrote a young father in committing com committing committing ¬
mitting his motherless baby to his own mother Looking back now tomy tomychildhood to my mychildhood raychildhood
childhood I think you managed me by voico and eye Both were always alwayscalm alwayscalm alwayscnlm
calm and steady stcadywhen when I was at the most violent phase of my tempers I Irecollect Irecollect Irecollect
recollect but one whipping That was for or a deliberate lie Yetlnevsr Y Yet ct I never dared dareddisobey dareddisobey dareddisobey
disobeyGet disobey disobeyGet disobeyGet
Get yourself under control anxious young mother The work should shouldhaverbeen shouldhavebeen shouldhavobeen
haverbeen done long longago ago But regrets are a useless extravagance in 1n cellular cellulartissue cellulartissue cellulartissue
tissue and mental force By the memory of what suffering your temper hascost has hascost hascost
cost you havo mercy upon your boy and spare him the worst consequences consequencesof
of tho n misfitWould misfit misfitWould sfit sfitWould
Would you Otl try and help a 0 lady who would like to earn a few dollars a week weekMy weekMy weekMy
My plan is this I would like to get a little girl to board I could furnish the theparents theparents theparents
parents with the best of references I live in a highly respectable neighborhood neighborhoodand
and have lave a nl1ne fine hpme My husband Is a mechanic and a good steady man manwbo manwboneltber who whondther whoneither
neither drinks nor has he any other faults He would not allow me to work wo at atanything atanytting atanyt1Jng
anything so I thought if I could get some parents to let me care for their child childI
I would raise her as my own If she was over six I could eouJdaend send her to school and andalways andnlways andalways
always keep ke pber her neat and clean let her take e music lessons at home and in fast fastbring tl feetbring t tbrtng
bring her up to be all a a fond parent could desire I know of no other way to earn earna
a few dollars a week so I thought of this and I am sure there must be some someone s some someone me meone
one that would be glad of such a chance Let mo know through your valuable valuablepaper vuJuablopaper valuablepaper
MRS O NThis N NThis NThis
paper
This somewhat remarkable application would not have found its way wayinto wayinto wayinto
into this column had I not chanced to hear within a few weeks of fourchildren four lourchildren fourchildren
children to whom such a home and such motherly care would be like a bless blessing blessing blessing ¬
ing from heaven Two of the friendless f little creatures were stepchildren stepchildrendoubly stepchildrendoubly stepchildrendoubly
doubly unwelcome since the arrival of the second wifes own oWn children A Athird Athird Athird
third was deserted by a drunken father and the mother obliged to earn herliving her herliving herliving
living as a waitress in a hotel was anxious to find a safe home for her boy hoyA boyA boyA
A fourth had a drunken drunkeumotheru mother a widow widowand and her brother had the support supportof
of the child thrown upon himOh him himOh himOh
Oh the wrongs of the innocentt t No other mystery in all Gods world worldis
is so utterly dark to my sight ps that the dear Father should send these hap hapless hapless hapless ¬
less harmless hnnnles8creatures creatures into families where sorrow sin and degradationwould degradation degradationwould degradationwould
would seem seem s em to be their inevitable fate fateIs
t
Is there any ground for the popular superstition that it Is unlucky to cut a ababys ababys ababys
babys nails before It is a year old I am told that I must bite or break themoff them oil oili
4 1 never cut them What is the origin of the notion I am surprised ISur r1Eed to find what whatIntelligent whllt1nteJUgent whatintelligent
Intelligent mothers hold itWhat it itWhat It ItWhat
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I too was as surprised and horrified twentyodd years ago to see e a adw adwcate deli delicate delicate ¬
cate wellborn mother deliberately gnaw the nails of her tenmonthold tenmontholdboy tenmon old oldboy
boy They had left bloody traces upon his cheeks and on her forehead He Hehad Hehtid Hebad
had a peppery temper of his own a full comprehension of the value of his hisnails hisnails hisnails
nails as offensive weapons So she lifted first one hand then the other to toher toher toher
her mouth and nibbled them down to a safe length lengthIf lengthIf
If all mothers were put into the confessional we should find I suspect suspectthat suspectthnt suspectthat
that a fair percentage have a touch of your superstition I have no idea ideain ideain ideain
in what it originated Probably it is a relic of devil worship Most popular popularand popularand popularand
and absurd superstitions the beliefs in good and bad luck in signs and andportents andportents andportents
portents and incantations had some such parentage One and all they are area area area
a disgrace to civilization and insult religion religionBRADSHAW religionBRADSHAW religionBRADSHAW
BRADSHAW FOR THE CHILDREN
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training children childrenFor chUdrenFor childrenFor
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dally dall diet Iet of BrAdshaw and the end Is Isyet tset isyet
yet et far off oJ 0 this remarkable Una ofstudyi of ofstudy ofstudy
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Perth to Pertsance or how to set g t fromLondon from fromLondon tromLondon
London to the Interior of Africa with the thefewest thetewest thefewest
fewest changes He proudly declare deoJareatheY deoJareatheYrevel declarestheyrevel they theyrevel
revel in the tb exercises and the rivalry theyInduce they theyInduce theyInduce
Induce In addition it gives them a splen splendid aplendid splendid ¬
did knowledge of the geography of their theirown theIrown theirown
own country distances routes etc and andthe andthe andthe
the finest possible mental training Id the thedirection thodlrectlon thedirection
direction of Quickness and clear thinking think thlnkIng thinklug ¬
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shaw sba as ana a part of everypublic everypubllillchG every pubIi school lcur lcurrtcuIum cur curriculum curriculum ¬
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