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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1912, Image 11

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furnishing, 'fuel to the'tfody; 2,
carbohydrates (sug a'r ' and
starch), furnishing heatjto the
body. and its fat tissues; '3 pro
teins (lean-meat,' the.whites of
eggs, etc.), 'building upthe tis
sues and" furbishing heat, and 4,
mineral substances (Hfne and
phosphorus)r contributing chiefly
to the gr.oyth'of the bones,' the
teeth and the sensory centers. iv
t lf 0 I 1 ill T J--
(In tbmorrow's'food article Dr
Wiley willj explain why! a well
balanced-ration-is necessary; that
Jack SpratttGpuldn't .Have lived
long "on ajltlean' nor hfswife on
"allfat.'V-C ,.:
"The -gambler -heldt'sa good
hand.". a . ' ''
A Girl Cunningly Draws Her
" Own Future by TeUing
a fortune. ,
I went down to Bolinbroke
when the time came, but it was
trying, for I had not been near
the 'place since I broke my en
gagement with Harry Trenton.
You see, Jhad done this because
Harry's- father had grumbled
about his son's blasted prospects
ever since "our engagement, so I
retorted with some wild words
and then parted furiously with
poor Harry.
That was the reason Bolin
hroke was well-nigh impossible
io visit, but Peggy Daly begged
me to. come ' and help with, a
church fair. She assured me that
I-coUld avoid the Bolinbroke peo
ple easily. -
"I a'm going "to have atf or tune
teller's tent;" she", said, "and I
want you to" tell fortunes by im
pression, ju'fct as you used to for
fun. Don't you remember?"
"Yes ;and-then?"
"You will be in a dark room and"
I will label you the seventh
daughter of smething "
"At a church fair?"
'"Well; wasn't religious pillage
once considered holy?" she de
manded. , "Besides," she resumed
airily. "I will tell you .bits of
news about the people that will
aid you, in touching them off.
There's Frances Pillow, for ex
ample, who's .supposed to be en
gaged, or nearly, to Harry Tren-
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