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TtrfU-W-TaEJ f SIF'-JVilS'KWt,
iated. It is useless to overbur
den the digestive organs even
with food of a wholesome charac
ter which cannot be digested.
Such burdens only increase the
As a rule I should say patients
should avoid the so called in
valids' foods, just as the public
should avoid the so called infants
foods. I say this without dispar
aging in any way the character of
these products or the sincerity of
the efforts made to have them
pure and wholesome. From "the
very nature of things, however,
such prepared ioods, often of un
certain age, cannot possibly be of
as great utility as fresh foods
used inrthe manner I have described.
(Are you thin? Do you want
to get fat? Read the dangers of
getting fat in tomorrow's food
article by Dr. Wiley.)
' ' THE WRETCH
Lady "2ow cabman, I wish
you to be extremely careful.
When you come to a crossing
you must wait until the police
man tells you to go on; and if the
streets are slippery you must
drive very slowly'
Cabby "AH right, mum; I'll
be very careful, mum. And in
case of a'haccident, mum, which
'orspital would you like to be,
took to?" Canadian Gentury.
i , ABOUT PEOPLE ' "
-Makinsr thousands "of persons
laugh during the 10 years he has
been a clowa-with
one of the big cir
cuses, Raleigh Wil
son has now resign
ed and will devote
the rest of his-Iife to
following in the
footsteps of "Bijly" -Sunday, base
George Carmondy,thV blind-
student of Syracuse umyersity,
won first honors of the" senior
class,' leading ail other students.
D.espite his affliction, hedias con
ducted a magazine agencv, bar
ber shop "and shoe repairing es
tablishment to pay ftis way
thrqugh college, which he en
teredvpenniless. , .
o o J r
Racehorse Owner fWilham,
you are tdo heavy. Cantiyou take
Jockey "I'm wearing my
lightest j suit and haven't tasted x
food all day." .
Owner "Then, for goodness'
sake, govandget shaved!" Tit-Bits.
-"You have placedalt the large
bernesdh top !" v
"'Yes' replied the affable deal
er. "That saves you the trouble
of 'hunting through the box for
them." - 4 a