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How To Cure Stammering

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-Lu te A Taylor, editor of the La Cross (Wis) Leader who 1i;ls been an invetérate stumiiierer, writes as follows about the way to cure the habit : Ko starnmering pcrson ever found any difficulty in singing. The reason of tliis is, that by observing the measure of inusic - by kceping timo - tho organs of speech are kept iu such position that enunciation is easy. Apply the same rule to reading or Bpeech, and the sanie resnlt will follow. Let the stammerer tako a sentence, say this one - Two little girls were gravely disexuh sing tlie question of weiring earrings. One thought it was wu-kt-d. Thi: other was rare it could not Ie, tor so many good pt-ople wear them. The other replied : " Well, I don 't care ; if it wasn't wicked, God would havo made holes in our ears." Peter the Great, on a visit to tbo House of Parliaiaent in Londou, notiecd about thirty gentlemen ciad in long red togas and powdered wigH. "Who aro they ? " liu asked of his cicerone. " Thoso gentlemen are lawyers." "Lawyers 1 indeed ! - so inany as that ! Why, I have but two in Russia, and iiitend hanging one on my return. Young raen who uso perfunicd note paper and elaborated red and gilt monogn'.iis, tinted cards, embsoideied IiüikIkerchiefs and shirt fronts, lace neckties, aulfini-y sleeve buttons, must not bo Mirjuised if they are considerad effeininate and foppisli.


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