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so. deep a vault that one wonder-
er how there was left room for the
f nostrils above it
"That accounts for my voice,"
said the singer when the inspec
tioa "was complete, "that and my
high cheek bones, high forehead
and large nostrils. Notice, here
after, and see if you ever find a
noted singer who hasn't such equip
ment. "The forehead, nose-bone and
cheek-bones act as sounding
boards, the nostrils admit a large
supply of air in the respiratory or
gans and the arch of the mouth de
cides the quality of the voice.
"What about men? Say for me
that I'd like to find a man whose
love was larger than his vanity; I
believe the, species is extinct."
THE BALKY "LABORITES"
The so-called "laborites' of Prance
are rising in indignant protest against
the three years,' army service meas
ure, and the statesmen are endorsing
said service measure as patriotic and
extremely necessary in view of Ger
many's large army augmentation.
You see, it's this way: When
patriotism is wanted, the "laborites"
must have it. When army increases
are necessary they have to be made
out of the "laborites." When there's
killing or dying to be done, the "la
Jborites" have to do it The French
'laborites" are' beginning to see that
these things are so.
So are the "laborites" of all other
countries who are using their eyes
to see with . Wajcs may be avoided
by conferences. Peace may be main
'teined by big armies and big navies,
'phen, too, you may have a lot of
peace simply because the "laborites"
will refuse to fight
Daily Health ogram..
To get fats, eat more than you ab
solutely need, sleep long hours and
regularly. Do not worry. Be regular
in habits and get plenty of fresh air.
Do- not depend on medicines or fat
foods o turn the trick,
TRY TO TACKLE THESE TOUGH
These twining, tripping, twisting
Are 'nuff to twist the editor's
Say! Do you like. to read the tongue
twisters that we've been getting from
our readers? We thought so! Well,
why in thunder don't you get busy
and send some in yourself? There's
a lot of readers wh04 are looking for
the one you're, going to send us.
L. Leslie, 121 Sacramento blvd.,
sent this one:
A black bootblack blacked a white
bootblack's boots! If a black boot
black blacked a white bootblack's
bpots, why can't a white bootblack
black a black bootblack's boots?
Mrs. A. Oppermann, 2124 Lincoln
avenue, is responsible for this one:
There was a young tutor of Tute,
Who tutor'd two tooters to toot,
Said the two tp the tutor
Is it harder to toot,
Or to tutor two tooters to toot?
How fast can you say it without
getting your tongue tied in a double
knot? Try it and see. Here's an
other: Peter Piper picked a peck of
pickled peppers. A peck of pickled
peppers Peter Piper picked. Now, if
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled
peppers, where is the peck of pickled
peppers Peter Piper picked?
We don't know who "IKE" is, but
he used a postal card to tell us that
this is an old one short but good:
Seth was a Methodist minister,
Say it real fast!
Art Davis, Madison street, wants us
to try these:
Robert Rowley rolled a round roll
found. A round roll Robert Rowley
rolled round. Where rolled the round
roll Robert Rowley rolled round?
Strict, strong Stephen Stringer
snared slickly six sickly, silky snakes.
Now all together get busy. Dig
up some tongue twisters and send
'em in to the Tongue Twister editor
of The Day Book.