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Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30
Women EDMONTON BULLETIN Albderta s Uidest Newspaper 1UESDAY, JULY 9, 1929. ? 5 nd Personat-:- l ub News-:-City Charities- Sink That Periscope 1K KENNY The Bullein's Dally Short Story Prom Meal Lite. BY NIC red 4 twenty-nine a of things n of Alberta, forts to make of sy 6896 ener of soetal etin to mea an for Wo hoor the con asain, the introduc Se ae of your locale Sok at your ndny Beboal veptnied e+ eA, OS, mt - va and ai, ome ot at Tani of els uction along nt in every the wielnity e. which en al ceptre, of reational rere commun enmes. - ) he ages nd both desire to read rary:.or thowe, any whole y hold meet one clear-cut Hunt enter- Hotel Palliser ere invited to Mr.. Patrick Riley, Mr. A. Loan, My... Richardson, Guy Herbert. G. D Brophy, TS. Somer: ler. Mr. RC. Farland, Mr, pers, and Mr, om Denmarik. ee lt; Larry Graves was the ship's: bag boy on the U.8.8. South Baltimors. Drunk or sober there wasn't better seaman or more efficient gun-pointer in the enlire navy. Slim, tow-headed, and with green 164 the color of sea-water, Larry was ab -contrary as the ovepin tte- He bad been in the ship's brig eo. often. that he knew every rivet that studded the walls by heart, and ho hada pet name for each cell. The brig knew him and. looked forward. finn under their crea He 8 four- the second . the leading seamen in ivision when he wasn't in the brig Lieutenant Robert Walker, divisions 6 did the Old: Man. Capt 8. 8. Boblson himself, that Graves Was merely mischievious aid that wasn't an ounce of real harnt Berrien felt that Larry forthe rest of Ensign , Berrien dtten brought the second division entire ship as weil, tropl.tes. 5 wis a dead Ssinch The South fround of the AUlmntle fleet. une Second division was having rifle prac- tice on the Overhead soared s flock of huge gull: Indifferent to the popping of the:sall itimdre was/at, Quan- ws many. hours. but swabboa (misses): had up on that beer. Dod talking 8 -goxswain wink LARRY GREAVES, knot attlewagon as the ship's bed ENSIGN BERRIEN, Larry. CAPT. ROBISON and LIBUT. WALKER. who like Larry, do- dblte hls misehtevousnees, Milady Beautiful DOROTHY DIX ts that the child remains passive while she stuffs food ls his mouth, If he a reluctant to cat he spite tt out. If be refuses to chew and sucks Ae the food, he is very Ukely to in . Marry Graves, ship's bad boy. aa BEAUTY QUESTIONS ANSWEREU Fr Hale, : MISS LEEDS (1) 1 have sees on Hee, glifre. tek wl harmonise iiave grey erect * H tace this elfect nay Be neue by arranging J entertaining fat every ent that If an Alimony Coupon Were Attached to Every Marriage License More Men Would be Encouraged To Wed, Because They Would be Protected From The Women Who Regard Matrimony as Easy Graft A yoling man writes me: I have a certain respect for the gold-digwer, sphat io-ber. bualness and-she-1s-trank-ahout-tt--and 4fa-tmany toes to her he should be game enough not to howl bout it, A girl who spends her evening stupid, old man deserves gets out of hum. Bhe givester-amiles and her youth to man Alo her parlor gold-digser, t for the sake of keeping a Yor thelr children, endure riyrdom, Thetr und indifferent to Ds. Property. Then, and on thet y have done their little peace and happiness in what is loft of thelr these women who have made them so un- saved up and sells them into i ag Hj aa go ot ne set him against taking food tn his mouth whieh Unpleasant manner. uses all thick foods on geveral prin- etples, This docs not mean (as one mother maid) that his throat passage 1 too small It does not mean that fw tongue-tied. It does mean.that physical development is delayed, and hatte te This type of baby may be very fat, but has Bistory of late walking and talking. Without doubt, he does not wee hfs hands in any useful manner, Dr. Cameron in The Nervous Child centres whlch control the movements of bands, mouth and tongue have goer e for a nurse to feed'a a eee gameetetana i gh ep he will certainly not us particular action. And furth- er on along the same lines; If, on. the other hand, he ia walted on hand ig ny Rane see jm his perambulator, now in his itative faculties and his tactile dex ferity alike remain undeveloped. Help for this condition, then, ites Wing the child. greater: freedom in. every activity, Preedom to walk and run. Freedom to use his hands in every possible manner, and in learning to feed himself, wiward and slow to learn he may be at first, Then the mother must be very careful to keep from becoming agitated when he chokes or splis up. A drink of water for him, a calm face, and another spoonful to try wild -aumgest to the chil tle, board, and float approximately a halt hour, hy? our to him; A shell and aeder aero thrust inte toe gun. nspolnters can't hit Larey. was, centering, he sights on, the fier biasing at it for 8 training ma been visiting fought to be picked for the gun crew gent out to operate the guns on merch- ant ships and boats, from the ship an dlear up the York ti a four mile practice puu be fore the feet, went oft Tor ally prac One morning. after the United States had been in the. war about seven. months, Graves decided we Trase direction toward Hampton Roads. The submarine net at each end of the fleet was suspended from buoys about twenty feet apart. Ax he steered course between two of these buoys Graves noticed that both of them bad the: net. A: sudden smote him/. He hind the crew pull back to the buoys and investigate. . With the ald of Thy three-inch guns began. to roar Paster and faster they delched smoke the crews warmed wv to the -work. Graves shattered his target with nt-second shot. The rest of his crew howled with glee. One atter- In which A few minutes later the race boat ry to Capt. Robinson. The Old Man gravely informed Larry that his al eriness. might have pi dis another 3 The feet didn t wo out. that day, were forthe, edmiral eld er Cnmeliatiy Bites An te whi Ich the ship ommanders that-lasted Pease A. working party. from ship. the flagship repaired the net this moment Graves saw rnother As a result,of the consultation on Gul grey against the watery the flagship, the ships carpenters nd, on Une wittt of each. vessel next day wete set to the place where he had Work making rough tripods of wood. dummy He pointed it out to: Sith. a nuppcsed perisvope inthe the dummy righ loader, Somebody, muffed one of them and we'll put t oub of its mis ea Jeaped to his its. The tact Wat eatse fetta had sounded The Mirror of the Mode By MAR firing call sounded over the With all of the whole wheat WEBER BR Meal Estate Insarance Financial Agents 10019 101A Ave. Phone 23561 new tatget when the snarling voice Berrien sounded behind, y get thelr clutches fs pockels 0 tong to do thelr my. large in the savings department, They eh velvet. y was fat along, inen who had aie aha is foe ae ar nea faea a a fa. 'Bhe has taken her chances, as be has, in the matrimonia) lottery and Yim the jotes out abe should be good endugl sport to accept the result. ax man . Nor should a woman be able to-collect alimony unless she can prove tre Ww ible; the half-time wile whoo. her winters i Florida and leaves spendthrift wife who a man the by: her : * fravagance; the peevish, ii-natgral wite whe torments her hus- band like gadfly, gets no more than she deserves when she loses her Jobe, She deserves he reward for having failed In her duty as a wife. But there sre other wives who do-deserve some payment -for years of fxluBful devotion and tho kind of service that money cannot recompense. The who marry poor men and who cook and slave and pinch nickels for then, of themselves the stepping stones.on which thelr husbands walk to success, aye right to share in whatever their husbands have sccumulated. They have earned their part of it, and when thelr husbands outgrow them. or tire of them, they should not be turned out penniless, like wornout old work horses, to slarve. sany If ahe knew she would be Teft flat unless she could show chat she given good service and been pleasant. that this inne ible matter, Food should be min ced fine, crumbs avolded until be swallows more easily, and small mouth m ga these. mouthfuls himself and takes them with relish and delight, bo will natur ally put forth mare effort to swallow them than if he-opens bis mouth Aistlessly and mother puls ina LINEN LUGGAGE For hot weather travel, new lug gage ensembles come in very sttrae fine glazed linen, in patterna of blac red'ehalton checks stripes of dlamand Getting Skinnier : very Di Something Must Bo Done and Dong Right Now Quick Tens of thousands of thin, run down men yea, and women too are Fight now for. MM St skinny fol a world every day. One woman, tired, couraged, 18 weeks nod ore teat And this shows what faith makers tava in MoCoy's for they ponds in'30 dave. our mone ain belrelunded- and only 60 cena, for tableta Eoonomy Gizo 1.00, Ask for Blackheads is f Eiprete ty ttt baal, a Firecine spew rom ony ange sane HSE coehy Guctit Ts there anything thet BPICUL auuowina tressing to. the mother and she i: INDICATES, SLOW. PHYSICAL Simost certain to show her distress DEVELOPMENT. honest, she will admit that past months the age who: Thuve been * feeding been doing this for varlows excuses: he BLOWEY - HENRY -aMETED 10154 - 10ist Street makes you feel more : erable? ach. Head, hotand heavy and sein: Bowels con- stipated. Sotired thatit s an effort to move. It s livers of Reds feel juggis workecnot help- ing to pur not giving
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Image 131 (1929-07-09), from microfilm reel Edmonton Bulletin 1929-07-02 - 1929-09-30, (CU11116898). Courtesy of Early Alberta Newspapers Collection, Libraries and Cultural Resources Digital Collections, University of Calgary.