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JUNIOR
EDITORIAL
CORNER
j The Junior Call, Third slnd Market streets, San Francisco, October .2, 1910. \u25a0.
Good; Morning,. Boys and, Girls! ' .•:'•' .'. " '--« '
7 trust^you -are all -as happy as 'I feel today. Everything looks rose
. coloreO, and my, tail is on 'thewag. Do" you- realize that a brand new rminth
has' just been ushered in, 'and it behooves us— you and me— 'toiraake a record
for, ourselves ?Dojvtwak for new year's to make your resolutions;:; I ncyfc^
-, could 'see, the beauty of putting things off.* -Vlt's .surprising to ; note, v|io\y<:ver,
the people who wrap their consciences a\yay\ in^ .tlie.luvenderloit. goQd liit'en- '
tions.and wait, for tlie first of January to' come. !.Then\\yhat ; an aipng! ;.They'
leave! them out on the line for. a fcw.rhonths; ?: theiv^
k-plunk'jthey go on ,to "\u25a0the.; shelf once* more;:; \u25a0• \u25a0.'•'*\u25a0>•>.•';\u25a0»..-• :v\ • /•:..;":" .••••••\u25a0\u25a0 -/:'«-•:.;;
• There used to be aVdojj bn : bur^tr'eet who Was ,lr}<e\tji^t: ? . lU 'ndver' :did
anything until he Jiad to;, nnd' put off; thc-c^ j'f.
thete was oncUhing-oivcartli- he' disliked ii/^y^
\u25a0^whenever he could, and :thmig1inot-naturaHy
things pimply because ;he. was top wcak'tb^call .a- hah antlasse^
"k'epr promising^
; the^right: thing; biit tombrrowncver;camc.' V ; ' \u25a0.;\u25a0•. ! : - ; ; \u25a0 .-\u25a0: \u25a0[\u25a0 .-. \u25a0'\u25a0/\u25a0_ '; ;'.'\u25a0. ; > '\u25a0• .'; .;.;•\u25a0•: ..;
One, day he was/out; with a group -of th^ bolder, spirits ..of ihc.neighbor
'$°?^>. when^along came, a smail'dog Pressed ;in!thc 'height' of. fashion! -^
a : chance' for. some fun,"' cried .bneofvthc rc>wdieS; //'iet>;-s^^hp : w%st;-wc^'ca.n""
make him fun. Come on, Jerry-;' IS>.w;j
dog : than;himself : \\:as a .cowardly thing to d^
He wasn't ;that;kind>f;a;dog.-;T3uVhc;w
(thej fight. He^
companions as they-tore:ddwnVtheVstfeet -aft^
•noticed, until ;it->yasjto(i:late, the mahon-'h
them. The. r^er proved, to.be the little. dog's 'ihaste^.a^
pursuer -pounced on him the gentleman . drew •his;7^^
shot didn!t reajch the/ one it -was' intended for,' howeyef,. but ; found ia lodging'
placeinpoorold Jerry's .body. In! a/iew. minute^
had paid^ the'foffeitvf6r ? . his" own; weakness.- •So,-7«ni0rSv:;ybV- ; se^
always best to find Uic right side and' stay thefe.7' ,•\u25a0.'\u25a0"'\u25a0•\u25a0'• '"'^ :?''-" .\' '.'\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0'
. V'. I have : read 1 'the^composition. letters this w.eek with. much Satisfaction: -No
one could, possibly accuse: you of. bfejjngi dislpyal : .tb .. y par . \u25a0"statet and ' still ; f etain ;
any regard, forjhe.truth'.... California sh.m
as;they;cvidehtly are of -her. ,.•'\u25a0./..\u25a0. . : .; '-/,• ; '.!/•' ..-' '. . ' '
•". \u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0;.• I hope you "will all read ivery. carefully. \u25a0,the;^stp\u25a0ry -!or : the-;-Bpy!^ScoutsV'-ap-"' :
pearing; in: this issue, as I .think you /vyill find it extreiriely. •'interest ing,: and! the
set of rules given- are good ones to "observe;* whether- you- belong or'noti.:. \u25a0 Don't
you think so? . « .. _ •' .; : ;' :V.' ' /. '.'..'\u25a0'\u25a0 ' " ALONZO. '
SHORT BARKaiFROitAIiOjfZO
0h, sing, a' song, of sixpence, .';..-::.
\u25a0> Alonzd^rnade 'a' pie, " \u25a0 \u25a0 . V '.-. • ; .
•.With/; four jand .-twenty blackbirds";
',;;_' Enough to make. one sigh. .'\u25a0'\u25a0•_• . V?
Butiwhen the^pi.e was opened.-- ;:
v. -'The birds began to sing; V
'And all the. guests amazed were
\u25a0 At^this^surpri.iing thing. :• , , .
" A great nianyhumaris seem to iwn a gnide agaiiist the telephone operator,
and, between you and .me anil t he inkpot here, I' wouldn't carry her burden
into the next 'world for. any thing. •;" : . . . ; ', '*- • <\u25a0 • • \u25a0
The'Pup has had a severe toothache ...for the last few days, lie has
; come to the conclusion that/beautj: -.isn't , everything and that there is some
-, consolation in being- as toothless- as an old" witch. /. ' \ ..
They say that a foljing'stone- gathers nom0ss, but that doesn't apply to
• dogs by any means.. The other, day I; was chasing a. friend' of mine down a
hill, when my front pl\ i •...slipped and I went -.tumbling over, and over until. I
reached the bottom! i aidn't accumulate, any moss, it's true, but I gathered
everything else that g.re.w ; on that hill,;amQng the; collection'^ being a fine
showing ol'cockle'burr's. I've been*in soak evei'* since. •'•'•-." . . •: . : ". . : :
I have noticed that, most .pe'o.ple rcquirean .object of: some sort upon
which tovvent- their wrath as occasion niay rise." ;. -Sonic inen drink muggy
coffee, for 'break-fast, 'ihen: come out;^^ and -kick '.i heir dogs down the front steps.
The cfobk left unexpectedly this ' week," arid : my '..niist ress pfccfmTe&i&Tnftiifl
last night. Now/ I'm very foml of- ni'y inistress," but.lshe'- is .surely -a- ra'hk
failure when it conies to the culinary; art,;;vAfte-r\^eatin^-pwe^.''<JJfl)'er^ biscuits''
steer clear of, the mud puddles. AVou're. apt...to,r.uu \u25a0.aground.;.' . : ' ' -V ..;!•..:
.Taffy, was a daclishuiufjvTa.fty.'was .a'.beajity/'.' ''./\u25a0'\u25a0-';':"'\u25a0'. '•' : '''; : " : ;.o<v : -".^
.Taffy took the first prizqjfor.'tcndliig" to his-duiy|.- ".. ;:\u25a0',;;)' . '. '..b: ;;
JIc met Alonzo.^vho took,liin» Jiometp dinner; \u25a0 . :\u25a0' .'. • \u25a0 v ;..•.•
Then said Sir TJufty,/"A)cyuo,:ypu're'a, vvinher:!".'!.; '" • : : V ; v; .^
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, OCTOttKR 2, 1910.— THE JUNIOR CALL 1
FLOWER LORE
llAriim.UU . lUJTTOXS-i-rrllbAry
:-.'; v . .CQnx /KI.O>VI2IV--I)cllc«oy ;V \u25a0\u25a0
•' ''liiiifv tlinri lift, int^ftfiplj 1 'Mno; 1 '" - .'•. -.'"', ..-;;
•. Kl(nvt ; r, -wliC'iici'. I'oiiics lliy : <lue»llnp hnei. .
; .;:•. ; ;\u25a0•\u25a0 .•; ;.:\u25a0: y-:-:-. -.'\u25a0:'\u25a0.•'.• :\u25a0\u25a0';.\u25a0 ':':\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0, v-Jlpntgomcryi. :•' .
IN a cnye,|ricar. the. sumhVlt.' of , Mount/.
Pelipn ,i n : -.Thesnalyv lived Chiron, the ;
; wisest .and .most.:just of all the Cen
tnurs. \u25a0• He; was. .retiawined .limbng: the \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
gods.; .for/.hi*, Wisdom '..arid. . knowledge. \u25a0
and for his ski Hi nSnusic, \u25a0medicine find
t.ho . use; of Aveaporis.; • .lieoihstructe'd; the.^
youth of pjympus;. !in : oth^se/jarts^. and .
almo sts t ail 'o f • JllJ 1 1 a ; pvipi j s d ) sti ri gui s iicd
thcpiselyes l dijjr«^^^^i&r3r^^^te^U|«iir«e
was prio of his pui>lJs;and..'wh'eh,.'he. re- •
turned- "from' the; second ; .;.b.f. JiisV great
labors-Vthe slaying, of the' Ilydfa with-,
nine' h^ads-^Ghiron; his.' ..instructor, was I
o-no.vof the ftrstUo welcbine him h'pme.v
.In handling his. weapons,' one of;' the ar^
rows-- poisoned •• by th'e-,.-b.10.0d-.".bf .V the-..
Hydra ' fell uppn .'Ghlrori's . f Pot;; Inflict
ing an, ugly ..ybuiiid; ; ,A ' plant ;w'ith- 'a.
blue tibwer jds't then sprahgi up.iif their.',
feet; and*"; Hercules,, whom., .Chiron ;had
\u25a0instructed I ;. in ''the. healing art,; .'bound/
the^ .root upon .the .wound which., in a .
short Vtim.ie- "was -'IVealed,' .and"; ever since
the plant, has .been ;khow^'as C«ntauriaJ
;ITS >llfipiOA|i;;J»KOPiER r liES ;.'•'•'/••. '\u25a0.-;\u25a0: " : \
; The .Abbe. Battheleih'y', tii i •hls.'.hi.stpry'.
of. the....trayeTs^ : .pf \u25a0; Anarchh'rsis; wdtes
that: when.Anacharsis V went ftp. .T.h'qs- .
•saly , ,hip ; yisited -the cave.of. 'GJiirbn'.'.'pn^
•Mount-. .• l i^e':Hbh; I ::'ind.\ - t!ft6-Vceyt'<i'tir : ..B'iioiw«id. - ;
him' a plant' .witli'.a. ragged, b'liie" flower
•an d-.. ' " ex plained Vto'• :h im.it s.- ; wqiiil erfiil ':
(\u25a0h^jiiinjjfS^.ual.it.ie3.' i >."^'n\v*'ye.'-..w'aah'\' Iwa'-5..-prepared'..frpm:'.the;leaves,1 wa'-5..
prepared'..frpm:'.the;leaves, almost mag-'.,
•ical i.n : its \u25a0 res,uits,-..but the: secret; at the. .
•propaTatiqn-' Was-"' known '. priiy.-V > td> { .One •
p'ttrjony. "to . whortiVj Chiron .' Himself. . had--.
intr..usie'<i:it. a'nd/Xw'.hp; vw'aa |-.to •trstnsmltVlt;
-.Only- . : to'- hiSvdeacie.ndiinfs^! : •.•""-". :..-': ..-' •'.-. : '.•\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0
'ff liny ••writes -alsp'^of '-. its--'- medical
pfbp'ert i esi ' .^Accbrdfn g'.-' ; t b-. h is-! hatufal ••
history-;' 20 • djff ereht remedies 'were; pre- .
pared : ' from \u25a0'. t lie :• Ceri ta,uria; ' -'Pieces : bf
meat •.\u25a0\y.«re...w:el.ded ..together ','.Biniply.--by:
•being. ' -.boiled^^ \u25a0"•"with; ."the.'.' r6.pt. ,.an'4,-;. .he'.
<i u'ote's • 'the ••.healing ; 'x>t/ : Gnif.oh's.- " foot
as an: fev-idence ;pf,; the .emcacy -of : the;'
'c:ure...:v-'- V- .'.'\u25a0•'•\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0.. ; .' ;: . I *. \u25a0\u25a0•"'•:\u25a0'.»'.•\u25a0\u25a0.':.\u25a0 .." ; :/'.:'>;;'\u25a0:>. '-!
;'\VHfc^ .hcv^xus ;DjE : b- •\u25a0'.\u25a0'•:;' .; ; .:.;.-;:'.V:'
; -, Another -.my-th-p logical;, account-; of .'the
flow e r. is tlie story: Pf: ihh • y out h; nam e <l ;
..Cyari.us '\u25a0 wh q . was •de yo ted •; to . 'Fl or a, t h c. .
; goddess. :' of" fjo.we.rs/ •'. Of '.'all '• her \u25a0 gifts,-.
he lby.ed; ''\u25a0\u25a0 the ; . corn flower "\u25a0 the ; b6s t. ' \u25a0 ' H^e
wa's>s.Q eriampried \. <of \u25a0 it •.that.he- would '
'scarcely ;'.leaye- the \fleldswhen itwasiri:
bloSsbmand -hie:^ i^w.ays^wbfe garmeh^ 8
of : the" same' bright; blue •cplpr- as' hi* •
f aybrite -flbwer. '. : Most ; of.-; his., tline : 'he ';
spent In weaying> garlands'. of the. blo^s- \
\u25a0'soirig.:?;/, i&.':'.-'v'.':'A .-\ '•;.?\u25a0:\u25a0 .\u25a0 \u25a0;' . '. : .; .':' '..'i'-rV: -i \u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .
; ...(One hlor.riing he ,was found -dead in a
' cpriifield I ...'arid -in ', his .hands' and", all.
about 'him :.were-. the blue flowers .': he.
had'-gatherfed.;./; Fipra.. grieved .fpr :the"
beautifUi'.' youth,' and; ;as a reward' for '
his 1 devQtipny.-she transfprriied; his body
into the '.flbwer. that .he loved so well.
.. There is ; a. tradition, that Cyarius is
the original, 'of. -the . -'Liittle Boy.^^^ Blue"
'of the : old" English nursery . rhyme.' V . / .
..V :Iri Russian folk iora -there. is. a ;story
of 'a handsome youth; named. Basil, who
.was betrothed/tp. a .niaideri of his' own '•
country.' An .enchantress .nariied . Rus- "'
salka, whb fell in love with him, fail
ing to Win: him. from hisall^teianee, e'ri-
tieed him. into a.field aiid changed him
into the bluii'flpwer which in Russia is .
.called the Basilek; i".^-;;-, •..;.,' \u25a0;; ': ; ' •
. N ATIONA U: PjNO Vi'ER. OF « RUM AS'V. \u25a0 ..
'. The cornflower . is, the national . flower.
of Germany, and is associated with the
beautiful arid unfortunate* Ijouisa. of,
Prussia, .. the mother' of, William,, first.
'emperor of Germany.- On the "l4th of. •
•October,- 1806, was .."fought the : double
battle of : : Jena .•.- and •' A uerstadt, j and;
Queen Louisa was forced tpmake her •
escape from' Berlin with her two sons,
the elder, of whom was about 9 years ;
old. . On .' the : way to Konigsbiirg the.
'carriage broke ; down. an.J they.; were
obliged to alight and waij by! the road-,
side until the damage -was repaired.
Seeing her distress, the little bpys tried
The Doll's Christening Party
\u25a0 .'Have.'; you •'evec.jtri'ed dressing, your;
dolls in paper for some special", occa-. 1
elonv when you want to get.up ai num
ber.of new costumes in a hurry?.; It
- Ijs lots of fun and'.vihry'.'.easy,.. beHldefl
being .much more possible than making
costumes: o\. other mateHai;. b«raußo at
vury little cost one can- grit exactly, the
colors 'that one ilfcßJreß... ;.,;..• ;.. ;.'. '•;... ./. : ; \u0084
Huppowe, f<*r Viiißtance, 1 - ymi wished to!
have a doll's christening party Vn honor
•of the new doll thai* has just been given.
you. % V\rßi[.ot a,)) you wI.U n«e«l; to have
. the n«w dolj dressed upyery beautiful
ly in iv; christening: robe bjr>whi;te \yjth
a cap •trimmed: •;wlthV-ta9.eiv^.T*Vey : whbi«;' 1
iroatunie- ma ¥:. be , nip. «t : e&qlly .:;mii<ivi- itj:
Jwhite tl«^irjt» j pajver '.anti; }i.eid".tog«ithß« i .!
. with: a . few; stltqhek or' iinyv p(riß..' Yo-U'.
hi ay, ma k c tri jn mln g ; b y 'be j» .l ib p ing •; .(.he.
'pap t r br : nytki ng . v ; ) i>i •• o.f. ho Ie s ; t o r e iji r \
broidery. ;\u25a0 To do . tills Jit is. only.! neees- \u25a0
: wary . to fold the dre.Bß : .arid ;^h. eii : >\U.t .out.
a .pattern down; this : f.ron^ Or: \u25a0whW.e.y er \u25a0
: 'y ou wartt H/td-.b*/': ; - •_.,.^../\. '.-'•• '-,\u25a0\u25a0 '£'.< }.\u25a0!/ .<v.-;:;::
..•': :pije- of. ;4he. other ; dpll.B; i ßho.iil(i.' be:
dressed as the jt:|ergyhian. whpis .^p do
'to console her,, and .one.; of ;thchi ;sMtl!.>y;'.'v';
\u25a0-••you aro crying, mother." . •'
:;'!ypK," she replied, "Inhi W^cplirtg tot;
\u25a0\u25a0Priisßla.'* '-• \u25a0''\u25a0<,<\u25a0s-''\u25a0'".'.'\u25a0 •/ ":>'..\u25a0 :-.:-: : >' l-'.-y : v- : .'.'V-'v .•':'\u25a0\u25a0"•;'•\u25a0:-.'• V
\u25a0 •..Then . :cohtrpllin.K-.'h^r«(tir-:vßhe:;::cona./:
tinued: .v.'.'^ye,.m*ißt vri6i^ ; is'(j.tjtcin.t'i''ouf.4\:'.
iielvea with weoplnfc we 'must ?«Lct/*; arid ;..>'
puttiriß Jan slrm about caph little: lad :
Bhe enaeayored to dl^crt ; them by callk
ing their attention to; the great: number •
of beautiful blue" corhno^ers that: wero •.
growing .nea'fby;-': ;•/••'/: .V.- ; •v;'-';:'. ; -:;.- : .;-v:.: : .'v'.':'
'\u25a0 i'Go," she: said,, '.'gather, some 'of those -
; flowers and '\u25a0:!\u25a0 wiir. make -wreathavfoi^V
\u25a0 you ahd'crown -you' king." ;-'.VV .-:';\u25a0;• \u25a0>'\u25a0:::\u25a0;\u25a0:- -P:-
I : % Forgettlng .their troubics,. . the llttlo
' f eliows' ran off and .'soon, .'the.' jnbthcr's ;.;j
lap was filled l^Uh^WbijßOma^^^'-b^'n^
•the; wraathwas made she" placed it; on.;
the.heaJ of her eldest son; -The other. >
boy;.. the llttlo William., be.gged.her ; ".,to.;-;.
make him otje! She did. so,: saying: ad;.
sh«i placed it oii his little head, ''Crowns ;
mean very little sotoetlmcs.?.. The. bby.
clinched his fist -arid, staudihg erect;
said: "Wlieri.l am a nian I 'will puttiah;
"till? Napoieqn \u25a0for makingvyou. feel. bo .:
:'ba'diy."'. \u25a0 v :. : : : ' • :•\u25a0'. '.'•''• \u25a0:.-. '•:•>•\u25a0••.;•':< :\u25a0\u25a0;:\u25a0\u25a0 ;:'•\u25a0;.:; ;-; : -' v :
.; ;They. reached Konigsburg. saf Aty; and ..
who could foresee, that- before. the, Olose : :
of the century that little.boy: would 1)0/
crowned emperor of a unite.!'-. Germany,
'• and. that the successor, of;: Napblepn ;1 .,
would becbihe his. prisoner?. .: .. \u0084V. v. V .
: . : William.'. I always • loved, the. corn-;
' flower because It", remindea him or •'.his;;.'
mother- and. -ive- chose^jt :.f«/. the ;ifl«rai; -
.emblem, of Germany, ar/;| the;C|errnans;.
the/Kalsfirblumen. :'l : .i ::\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'::''\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0;'•' .'';•\u25a0'• :v-•':':v
•':' \VII V ; .NAME, •'"« A GIIRI-i.) rt'-.tIC.TTPN.r*.'; .
\u25a0•••. Why;. the. name, bachelor, buitori; Was .
•Kiyen ; ;io r r th^^eorhflo.w^r: ; .h i o^^nje' :^haß'V
e.ve,r been. able. dcOnttcly.-to decide.- One.
:. bid "botanist \u25a0'•".°'? ii h<?'-isixt^c'VUv-.'VCntury-;;.h <?'-isixt^c'VUv-.'VCntury-;;.? '-isixt^c'VUv-.'VCntury-;;.
•. tells -u^. .that .it: received.. Jts : name. be- ; :
canise of its reseniblattcie t.Oit.he'rjajggecV 1
•fcioathe buttons, anciently, worn- in \u25a0 this '\u25a0:'...
;. kingdrthie^r; •;; ilow^vcr-:. , ttiat ;wny-': ; fi^.'
'there is- no bbiariic.al authority -for- the .
x'namic, ; .ind . in : . ; England .; trier6;;jirie:.:2i; :
'• d i fie ten t\u25a0 ; p Ta;h is that ' a t' . spni c .tim c. - . or;
'•'I Other ; ha ve '•' been khovvii as brt^hejor ;
Uutto'ns. -\u25a0•' Besides cornnower.v the;; plant ;
". i$- known ;.in.. England" <is: blue.t, Vbliie;
blue bo'nH.et^an'd.^pggerlieaaiv.'pnttli:
•queer old- name Js.\"brc.'ik ..•.•..your : Bpec-;
tacles; 1 . 1 . ' Hawdods is another- old name,.
.- " d iid;- : hurt v's i cKle' wits : • giV en 'to it .- be.-;.':
. cause :. the. stems are -yeryctoußh-'anft:
••' turhfed : th^ 1 edges of •\u25a0.the^^ reapers'.'; sickles
• Itf the days when reaping .wjis: done- by. ;,
fhattdi \u25a0.'.• ; '-.:v ••••"• -••\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•:-.:\u25a0-.\u25a0,'; \u25a0;- -\v;.-v--".'- >,;\u25a0\u25a0;/-.
'. ...The- nah*e loggerhead is on ; account \u25a0
.of. - its. resembiahce to . ah; old .. weapon . '
• of ./ that , name,' ' which V- consisted;, of a;...
-disk of ' iroii, from: the iccnter of : . whiqli . .
\u25a0:.prpjected; a : '.vlpng'. ! handle.' :; : A -conflict;
. between these, weapons. gave rise to the: ':
\u25a0Oxpressioh ."cpmlrig; to ijoggerheadS!." . ; :
••\u25a0 .There ; was ; - a traditioii • among the. \u25a0;.
\u25a0Country: folk: that the plant- exerted) a .-.;
magicai. influence, over the fortunes: ,-pf ./:.'
lovers, and it was ' tlie. custom ambijg
the young men to carry the cornflower. •
in .their, pockets^ to inform themselves : ;
, in regard- to thelr : love.: affairs. : : The /.
!. blossom., must be : pickdd y while", the .
'morning dow . was still on it, an^ j f ..
after \u25a024 hours, the color . was - atill
bright and fresh, the wearor could be
.assured that he would be successful in •;
his Wooing. The expression "true, blue" . :
had itsorigin in this superstition, i The;
phrase, . "to., wear bachelor '\ buttons,'.'
signified being unmarried; .^vV.vV^;/,
:IN MTEIIA.TUKK '.k ' • ;.. VV ;.'. , > /\u25a0"
\u25a0 . The' flower has not attracted. as much -.' •.
attention', in literature 1 as it deserves,
. Kry loff, a Russian .poet, \vlvo9e fables
..are household words in . Itussia, .has
made . the basilek, or cornflower, ; . the
. subject of one .of .his nibst; beautiful"
poetib tales. . AlthpugV not; definitely .
. «lesignated -by.' Shakespeare, it is : prer.;
sumed to be the . plant referred to In !
;;lhe "Merry Wives of Windsor" Vwhen \u25a0:
Fenton is playfully accused ; by his
hostess, of -"carrying ; his. : . buttons". ...to /
determine the result of his: love, affair.
Chaucer In .the "Romaunt of the Rose,". :.
writes of "the fresh button so bright
of hue," and some writers contend that
the blue. : cornflower .was. the blossom • i
-from: which- Marguerite was to l«arh
'.that Goethe chose as the floral oracle
.the truth regarding F^iust.;. \u25a0;\u25a0:. ... .
the. chrißtening. . Black tissue 'paper
\u25a0will make a: very suitable cassock, for
this gentleman ariifl .white tissue, paper
will make his surplice. '. There should be
a nursemaid dressed in a white or dark
biue" dress and. white apron and cap,
and. tho family doctor may be dreswed
in light gray trousers and black coati
1 1 c s hould ; 1 1 a v e : a w h i t e wwa ss t coat an d
shift and' a, black: tie; / arandmother
should be present at, the baby'B chrisi
'tening.attired jna gray, or purpio cos
turrie.. oi-.. perJiapH .a . black one.. * The
baby'a rrjother. shpiild '•\u25a0.wet»Y..a"u v eloi!ibra'tri'
house go wn' of .any color ileslredi and
1 1 1.« , f a t he- ail <i : g ra riajfat hi 1 r 'ft Yiqii 1 d ha v o
U'lothes like the ; doc;ior.'«i f> Therov'may
be/iany. 'number; of; gueßtsVprMseiit,
gtjwiMJ^.wlikii'f^
\u25a0yt,\ giiif-r^ylH^y, Mix- niakl^g- the!- pap^r
* % b£t;im>es'^W
lage-
t.h'r^uslji .•Jipth>tl.e'sue;;an!dxi > .v?po^p^pe : r'
,unles«. : u.BP.d;', iK'-pJuceß ;ihut • um-/to'-l)V
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