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just enough to stimulate the pores,
which in turn are urged to greater
breathing effort on their own part.
(Breathine exercises for every
one' will be described by Dr. Bishop
NEW PATTI" NEVER TOOK A
LESSON IN SINGING
GALL I CUR.C1
Galli Curci is the newest grand
opera idol and called the "new Pat
ti," but never took a singing lesson.
Her study in music was devoted to
the piano. The new star is 26. She
was unknown in the United States
six months ago. She is the wife of
Marquis Galli, portrait painter. She
has just signed for five grand opera
Do your radiators radiate?
Or do they spend their days and
nights singing, whistling, carousing
and whooping it up around room cor
ners? And do they wake up in the
morning hiccoughing and belching
and looking dissipated?
Ours do. And we swear by every
icicle on our mustache that before
we rent again we'll ask the landlord
how his radiators spend their even
ings. "Will this radiator care," we'll ask,
"whether we freeze to death?" And
if the landlord answers evasively
we'll go elsewhere.
Big, husky, intelligent-looking ra
diators like ours that stand around
and hiccough and sing soprano at 7
o'clock in the morning have certain
ly gone to the devil and there's no
hope for them.
We dtfn't think much of radiators
anyhow. Base-burners and round
oak stoves may have had their faults,
but they knew their business.
WHAT HAS BECOME
THE FELLOW WHO
ORDERED MORE. COAU
BEFORE HE GOT DOWN
TOThE LAST UUHP?
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