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Fer a lime she had been troubled
with gas after hcrovenlngmcal.Tlie
distress was meat painful after eat
ing potatec'3 or ether starchy feeds,
of which she was very fend.
Then she 6tarted taking two cakes
of Fleischmann's Yeast every night
between her evening meal and bed
time. She poured about a half cup
of boiling het water ever the yeast
cakes, stirred them thoroughly,
added a little cold water and drank.
She found she could eat anything
nd sleep splendidly afterward.
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finding that Fleischmann's Yeast
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THE DAILY NOVELETTE
TlIE GIRh JIM TOOK TO
By II. Leuis Ratbeld
JJM CKAWFOIID fingered tha ob.
long bits of cardboard reflectively.
IIIh tickets bad safely arrived and,
tiiaiik lieaven and the ticket office, his
feats were an geed as any ever allotted
te, newly fledged graduates under the
strain of tinprwfdcnted demands. That
part of It was all te the mustard.
Only whom te take? With Jim the
cholce was net a narrow one. Yet
gradually it nimmcrcd down te two,
Careline Hemingway or Peggy Curtl,
both lively girls and fair. Fer Jim
could net visualize himself as cwerting
te that celgrful spectacle any but a
nreltv girl. Te cheese, then, cither
Careline's dusky attractiveness or
I'egjrv'M winsome blendncss?
"1've get it I" said Jim. "I'll toss
up their tclcphone numbers and abide
by fate. Come seven 1"
A moment later be snapped tKe re
ceiver back en Its hook. "It was ever
se nice of him, thank you, but Careline
had already planned te go with home
New for Peggy.
If Peggy's neft voice ever tbe tele tele tele
phone carried with a bit mere of a
thrill than bad Catherine's, Jim was
scarcely aware of the fact as her words
struck gradual dismay te bis soul.
"The game? Oh, Jim, I'd love te,
but Itlnlne Ashley asked me ages age.
Hut, Jim I've get a simply tremendous
favor te ask you. Had you anv one else
in mind? Ne? Hew Bplcndldl Yeu
sec, my cousin is here from Milldale,
and just dying te see the game. Hut you
knew hew it is about tickets. And ob,
-Tim If mi ttrmtlfl fnln hmr t fltin'n
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awfully bright and did you soy, 'Is she
pretty? Why eh, Centrni, you've cut
An ultimate rcconncctien and Jim,
wondering why en enrlh he had done
It, presently found Jiimsclf pledged te
take Peggy's Milldale cousin te the
season's greatest contest.
Curly in the afternoon en the day of
the game, Jim drove his modest llttle
roadster up te the curb in front of
Peggy's borne. Yes, there steed the
girls en the veranda. Beside them
lowered young Ashley, tall and su
perior. Never bad Jim seen Peggy leek mere
beautiful, her eyes glowing and her
checks whipped te a radiant color by
the crisp autumn breezes. Dcside ber,
the little Milldale cousin paled te in
significance. And she were huge tor
toise shell classes!
Driving out tins crowded boulevard
flunked by laughing chattering streams
of people all flowing In one direction.
Jim tried te U his duty as an escort
and a gentleman. Hut his met valiant
conversational methods produced the
meit meager et responses.
Disgusted, Jim lapsed into n silence
which las-ted unbroken until he had
parked his car and the two of them
find entered the portal and found their
places in the huge structure gradually
tlljing with a vast, animated throng.
Then once mere he teused himself.
"Ground in geed condition," be com
mented. "I take it you're up en foot
ball like nil zirls. Miss Crumley?"
Miss Crumley nodded timidly. "The
side that kicks the ball eftenest ever
these pests wins, docs it net?" she
wanted te Knew.
Jim all but groaned. Imagine' Then
he forget his companion, even forget
that Peggy was sitting somewhere with
that arrogant Blaine Ashley, forget
cverythlnc but that the team was com
ing en the field, shedding their blankets
ns they ran.
Fer the creator part et the game Jim
forget his silent guest. During the
intervals between periods he politely
supplied her with the offerings of the
peanut nnd popcorn bejs and a minl
.mum amount of innocuous tminll talk.
But when the game was en. she
vanished straightway into oblivion as
fur as Jim was concerned.
Then, just at the end. with the
sceru tied and live minutes te ploy. 'the
star of the team, taking one of these
desperate forward passes se often
futilcly tried near the finish, started
down the field. The crowd went wild.
"Touchdown ! Touchdown !"
And It was.
Jim became suddenly aware that the
girl at his side had grabbed his arm
with one hand and with the ether was
frantically waving her srorcbeok. "He
made it! He made it! Oh, boy I"
That night Peggy had a party tp
celebrate the victory. Jim hed been in
ltcd when he deposited Miss Crumley
en the Curtiss steps and had reluctantly
consented. The girls slipped away up
stulrn leaving Jim and Ashley te argue
tbe line points of the game.
It was when the girls came .back
that Jim get the shock of his life. In
a soft shimmcry gown her curly hair
piled high, her face alight, her awful
glasses gene, the little Milldale cousin
was u peach !
But net until much later In the
evening when Blulnc Ashley left early
te take her down te her train, did Jim
leeeive explanations from the contrite
And then she only explained because
Jim, tantalized bejend endurance by a
certain sweet proecativcncss, had
scizid her suddenly in his arms and nil
in en breath told her he loved ber and
begged her te be his. It was after that
little matter was satisfactorily settled
that Peggy confessed as follews:
"I I've really been crazy about jeu
for a long time, Jim and and I rather
thought you were about me I I wnnted
te go te the gume with you, but you
didn't uMc me und finally I accepted
Uluine's invitation. But when you called
Up well, I couldn't bear te think of
jeu taking some ene else. My cousin
seemed providentially sent. Only well,
.hc really is terribly popular with the
bejs and I made her premise net te try
her wiles en you. And then she went
te the ether extreme as you knew!
She sajs that just one moment she for for
eot she was playing a pert at that
winning touchdown, you knew. Yeu
co, her brother in ceptain of his col cel col
lege tram. What she doesn't knew
about football I But she certainly did
her best "
"Net te capture me!" grinned Jim.
"As if I ever thought for n moment of
any one but you, dear!"
And Pcggv sighed contentedly, quite
ns It she teally believed him I
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Ne. 08 One Trick for Mathematicians
Four matches are laid te form the
Renian numeral seven (VII). The
problem is te move ene match and
elioiuse the number into one. The sec
ond figure shows the trick. The third
ii ntch from the left is placed horizon
tally from the V, which makes the fig
ure represent the square root of one,
which is ONH.
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Keeping faith with
a leaf of bread
The big leaves of Victer Bread are
pretty tempting in their rich golden brown
crust and flaky whiteness. But we could
make them even better looking if we
chose te sacrifice their feed value.
A leaf of bread that has been made te
"leek geed" at the expense of its nutri nutri
tive value is like a geld watch with the
There is mere nutrition in Victer
Bread because we keep faith with our cus
tomers we de net sacrifice its feed value
for the sake of appearance. This, to
gether with the purity of the ingredients
used and the skill and exacting care with
which it is baked, are responsible for its
UUraft4kmHBRtr' I H m Hirr
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There's health in every crumb"
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Terries for Atlantle City 7.30 A. M.
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