GERMAN NERSES BEST.
MORE NATURAL METHODS MU-
PLOYED TRAN BY AMERICANS.
Early Months of a Carman Baby's
Life are Vary Quiet and Simpler-
Fancy Baby Clothe* Tabooed.
The mother of a lino family of
Ametlpaii children chanced to to Bring
abroad whoa the last baby wa* boro,
and aba baa iliu* often time* (aid that
ah* wished all of bar children bad bean
born In Germany.
Tba lait little girl, during It* drat
three montha of existence, In charge of
a native German nurse, was not only
more comfortable, but better caret" '
In every way than the other cpll
who were born In America. The 1
girl was brought op by the native Ger
man method, and title mesne, la the
Bret place, that the German baby la
treated adaptlfteally. Nos does this
by. tbs rules of a recently so,
irlmental science, tbe result
a series of motbtrs' earn
which is tbe ln>
ready fer bit battle, fellewed by a nap.
Wa be tehee la Us Carriage or la hie
" and tbaoo are .paver, novae i*t'
GOSSIP FROM ABROAD.
Talcs of Diplomatic and Court In.
grasses, bqf a selene*
borltanco of the raoe.
leaves him entirely alsns. In a abort
time be shews algae of Impatience and
sets up a lusty wall, thus giving bis
longs the needed exercise. Were Is lit
tle difference between tbe American
Qulctudc for Throe Months,^
Of the Qer-
antet ne is
wdlcd as Ultle
If he ts strong
find hi* treat-
moot then dcpendsn»p the family
» wmB, or
tMMfortuuate enopgh, fo ngve
Plain Clothingi No Frills.
there are no
mils and lacee a
ticoats and ruffles a
has, In placa
• an mdpm euppiy
of uttla ebsm
nnd diapers, W
yard tqusrt of
The Dressing TaMa,
# Gorman baby's hath hla
y In bis
er which he
i Neyr OoM Differ.
The present yield of gold.I* doable
what It was ten years ago, now
amounting to a million dellara a day.
Within tho next ton ysars It bid* fair
o double again. Tbla advene* In lb*
ast decade la largely d»a to tbe In
vention of tbo ayaolde proeeea. Out
side of new discoveries the geld out*
“bo largely In-
—ye that merce
ever tbe land and eitraeta every par-
Htw «< gold out of long neiflacted
laeers, Thl» Bldoradlan ship la now
glpaliy to dean up the abandoned
in* of California and will aeon be
the Tower. There are several dis
tinguished Pooler in England but none
so famous n*-Jailor Poole, .Ope day
at "Asset, PooR, hovering near the
Prlnco'e person end seeking to bo
agreeable, remarked, sweeping hie
hand over the oaacmblage: “Your Roy
al Highness, the crowd to-day appears
to be.rather mixed.” Tbe Prince, who
always bated a snob, looked amusedly
daughter, Lady Eileen, wa* born dur
ing their first visit to Canada a* Lord
The youngest son, the Hon, Esmond
Elliott, Is S cheery and much admired
The yearly allowance of the Mikado,
which If at tbe same time that of the
whole imperial family, is now $1,500.-
OOO. Besides, he has the yearly In
comes of $500,000 from tbe Interest on
th# $10,000,000 which was given to him
from the war Indemnity received from
China ten years ago, or $250,000 from
irlvnte estates, v.’dch amount to
$5,060,000 or more; of $500,000 from
the forests, covering an area of 5,124.-
873 acres and valued at $512,487,300
; In all, $1,250,000.
TBE LEMON A SPECIFIC.
nut for th* future wt|| be la
creased by what Alexandar
calls a gold ship, a dredge tbe
towels In the ninal
la drtaasd, not on tba borae'a knot, hot
on th* "Wlckeltlscb,” or swaddling ta-
nurse stands, if ibis I* not available,
an ordinary table Is *|w*re na£
First, tbe batiate ebamJseTs nut on.
and then tba merino aliirt, both fas
tened In the back by airings. Ton
comes tbs diaper, and then from ntulfr
tbe arm* tba baby la simply swaddled
In bis blanket, which la turned up at
the bottom and planed together Ilka •
If tbe youngster inclines to cvrl bis
logs os to He with hla knocs curved,
they are tightly bandaged with a broad
linen band. Cruti. yon «*r? it are**
so. psrbaiw, but the babies do pot ap
pear to mlad. Your Oorumn nurse
neves nses talcum powdos unless It 1$
The Lung Development,
Having dressed tbo baby, he Is now
TUB OOU> DM DOE
Ieo and Peru.
What la this wonderful gold ship
which aatiaeta every scintilla of yel
low metal. It la, according to the
New York Engineering Magaalnt, elm-
ply a dredge that Boats oa a pond
pf Ita own making—a pond wbleh ac
companies it wherever ft chooses to go
( ind enables It tq move over the lend
n any direction. It aeoopa up the
gravel, lubjeots it on Ha deeka to th*
deslrgd chemical action, and then coat
ing It behind, keep* on advancing until
the field before It Is rifted and treated
from surface to bed rock.
WsU, Poole, we
l ode render* bis seeootti core a
■ar, ln*t around Of ' '
paid be waits twelve month* sad read*
a aecond bill, Buck as do aot psy on
receipt of tho second statement are
dropped from bia hooka and never
again are they allowed to give aa or
der In hla establishment,
Speaking of ctotbea, tbo Dak* of
Norfolk Is n man of simple tastes, and
yet b* 1* tho poaoessnr of tho most
extravagant costume In England. The
uniform which ho wren as Dart Mar
shal represent* an outlay of over
11,500, exclusive of jewel*, fieveatecn
thousand yard* of embroidery are
worked Into the coat In gold lac* until
little of tho orlglnul cloth I* to bo seen-
Ilia Grace feels more at bom* In bis
old clotbci I assure you.
There Is nothing In which Lady M|n-
to, wife of tho Governor General of
Canada, and ouccescor of Lord Cur-
con, at India, takes more pride than
In her own children. Her eldest
at $100 an aero; . _
Thus his yearly net Income amounts
to $2.750,00ft There are In all sixty
members In the imperial family, In
clusive of cloven married and .four
widowed prince—es, who are member*
of the family by marriage, not by
Lord Cnsstllls pronounce* bis name
castles.” At o reception one night hi*
hostess failed to rccognlxe him. Quito
-Ijo demanded his name, llo
replied ”Oastles,” and he wss practi
cally turned out* Next morning be re
ceived her card of Invitation end a
polita explanation of the ecus* of her
Vegetarianism la hemming a cult
among the British aristocracy, and In
clod** among Ha follower*. Lady An-
gleacy. Lady Kssox, Lady Gwendolen
Herbert Lady Windsor, Usron and
Baroneea do Meyer. Lord Buchan.
Lord Chart** Bcreiford, Neville Lyt.
ton and Canon Edward Lyttelton, now
pro mat of Eton.
Eastern writers report tbs Japanese
to bs s nation of vers* writers, from
the Imperial family down to the coolies
in tbs rire Sold* and tbe rlcksbaw man.
Occasionally s poem by tbe Emperor
er Emprees has appeared in trauila-
tloa tu America, Professor Arthur
Lloyd of tbo Imperial University In
Tokyo b*s collected end translated
nearly 300 page* of these verses. The
following Is the translation of an im
perial song of Her Majesty, the Em
•Take heed unto thyself i tbo mighty
That I* th* Soul of Nature, see* the
And hid that man In bis moat secret
Thinks by himself, and brings it to
A "Tanka” by the Emperor rune:
”TEe foe that strike* th*(,
For thy country’s snko
Strike him with all thy might;
But while thou striked,
Forget not etlll to lov# him.”
* * •
By the Crown Prince)
'On fair Arasbl’s slopes tbe rooted
So midst the storms and wind, ltr:-i
rooted, stands Our Land.”
Obviate* Need of Doctors and Drugs,
Should be Used Without Sugar.
Drink expert Warman recommends
tbe drinking of lemon water. Lemon
water, without augar, he believes, I*
of great medicinal value. It makes
s beverage that will cool the blood,
clear the brain, remove biliousness,
clear the complexion, and save the
expenditure of money for dregs end
doctor hills and a few other things—
■ health drink that can not he dis
But do not ns* auger with the
lemon, It noutralixes the effect that
wetld otherwise be produced. Oos-
cider, for a moment, be says, S few m
tke uses of the lemon.
In the morning, half an bonror mere
before breakfast, take the Juice of half
a lemon In a glas* of cold water. It
will clear the eyetem of homor and
bite without any of the effect* of
calomel, coogress water, or any
drastic dreg. But the benefit Is more
thaa doubled by repenting this Just
buforo retiring. This la a much uufur
way to get the better of a billoua con
dition than resorting to Quinine or
bin* pills . , .
Do not Irritate the stomach by tak
ing the lemon dear. The powerful
acid of tbo lulre, when taken aloaa,
ja always most corrosive and Invari
ably produces Inflammation, If long
continued, but when properly dilated
so that It doca not harm or draw th*
throat. It doca Ita medical work, and
when the stomach Is clear of food It
baa abundant opportunlly to wort
through the aystam thoroughly. .
Not only la the drink of lemao
water an excellent liver corrective,
bat. If taken In hot water lnataad of
cold. It will prove a very aflcaclou*
It Is better than any drug or com
plexion powder for giving permanent
clearness and beauty to the akin.
A teaapoonful of lemon Juice In a
ItMll CUP of black coffee will relievo
Two of three allcea of lemon In a
cup of strong tea will cure a narvon*
Lemon Juice has also been need In
Germany, with marked effect, In cases
of rheumatism, especially articular
Spain's Slag a Humorist.
Spain's youthful king la (till, It
seems, very much of a buy, at leaat In
spirit He la apparently too cloeely
wedded to hla “bubble" to enro to con
sider seriously sny other sort of mar
riage, whllo authentic report has it
that every once In awhllo he drop*
unexpectedly luto tho uuconvcntlomil
In a way product Ire of much embar
rassment to hi* entourage.
Ilis la teat prauk was played In the
great cathedral at Leon, to which hla
majesty paid an unofficial visit recent
ly. He hudigone Into the organ loft—
for Alfonso's education has made of
him tn organist of ability as well *»
a fluent linguist—and hud begun to
piny a chant when, with no warning
whatever, ho swlt bed o!t into a sharp
military march, ut tho same tlmo call
ing out In n loud voice:
“ Tention! Quick step! March J"
Priests nnd suite were for tl.o In
stant too surprised to <lo anything but
gasp, nnd the next minute there were
ihe solemn strains of the chant again,
with the hearty laughter of the king
heard beneath them.
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Arlington National Cemetery baa
three gateways uf rure distinction nnd
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architectural beauty, though few of
even Washington's resident* are ac
quainted with this fact. Visitors so!
outer or loovo tho majestic pluco
tgh then* portal*. The reason for
its front. The great public
In and out of Arlington through
ou the back'gate. This la now
called tha main west gate, and It I* *
commonplace double gate of ornntc
Iron rod* and spear*, glittered over
wlrt gold-leaf, and such * gate «■ may
to as*n In other national cemetarlea or
■ Tba baaatlful gatas of Arlington
' stand on tbe east fare of tba estate,
road, a »ecth)n of tbe old |s»t highway
stretching from the New England to
Southern colonies, skirts the east
Inmndury of Arlington. Tliough In
other doyi this wns a great thorough
fare, It la littlo traveled now. Other
road* and eteam and elyetrlc transport
have deflected traffle.
Arlington House faces east. In the
E of George Washington Parke Cits-
grandson of Mrs. Martha Dan-
;e-l’ust!s-Washington, and the
ward of George Washington, the main
ontrnnee to Arlington was from the
east and gt the spot where the Sheri
dan Gate stands. George Wsshington
Psrke Cost Is built Arlington House.
At the death of bis father. John Parke
» aide-de-camp to George Washing-
York town, be went to live at
Msant Vernon. His bam* was there
till the death of Mrs. Washington, la
1802. Then bo begun the construction
of Arlington House on laud Inherited
from Ills father. He cut n winding
drlvo from the Alexandris-Georgetown
rond to tbo crest of tho height where
Arlington House standi, Robert E. Lae,
the lnistiand of George Washington
Park Curtis' daughter, while on duty at
tbe War Otflre, ulwaya rode hts horse
between home end otllce and used tba
In tho spring of lifll the Federal
Government established military camps
on the plateau west of Arlington, and
It wss from these eampa that the army
of McDowell set out In July, Ut. to th*
attack of Beauregard, on Boll Run.
The buildings on the Arlington estat*
were converted to hospital uses. Tha
big camps west of Arlington crested
the defence of Washington, was erected
west of Arlington, and the alto of this
CtvU War earthwork Is now covered by
the Important cavalry poet, Fort Myer.
Villages have come Into being tn that
neighborhood, tba highways have been
Improved, an electric car line built and
thus have been cut channels through
which nearly everyone posses In and
out of Arlington.
The eastern gates ar* at th* fost of
a long, steep hill, and there are no
graves near th* McClellan or Sheridan
gates, though th* Ord-Weltxel gat*
leads Into a part of tbs cemetery where
five thousand men, mostly colored sol
diers, are buried.
mw rwfe between Georgetown
camps sod the** roads passed
to tbs rear of Art
QUO of the
to tbs rear of Aritngt on. Fort'
- - cordon of fortlflea