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must be supplied to furnish energy
and. burn up waste material.
Mosti people use a bare two-thirds
, of their lung capacity. They grow
"old at 50 or 60. Singers, as a rule,
are long lived. They are trained, to
use all their lung power.
When you get out of bed in the
morning expel all dead air before fill
ing your lungs with fresh. This
emptying process must be done dy
namically. That means' with force.
Blow and snort like a horse if neces
sary. Contract the abdominal muscles.
This pushes the abdominal organs
against the diaphragm.
Pushed by the abdominal muscles,
, the diaphragm raises in the center
and forces all the used air out of the
When this has, been done.'stand be
fore an open window and begin, to
inhale, drawing the air in slowly.
When the lungs feel full, stop while
' you expand the abdominal muscles
to permit the lower lung to become
Then inhale against until you feel
your chest and even the veins and
arteries swell almost to bursting.
Next, hold your breath ten seconds,
then forcibly empty the lungs.
Repeat this exercise six times and
you will be ready to face a day's
work with the body ala-tingle. v Re
peat the exercise at bedtime.
(How to Breathe to Build Health
will be told by Dr. Bishop in Tffe Day
Why do these phoney patent medi
cine ads guarantee one bottle to cure
you at a dollar a bottle, then end up
by offering 6 bottles for 5 bucks?
Manufacture of alcohol from wood
wastes has been proved by the for
est products laboratory at Madison,
.Wis., to be not only chemically pos
sible, but commercially profitable.
FEARS OVERPAY MAY "TURN
Miss Brady, who stars for a movie
concern managed by her father, Wm.
A. Brdy,' gets so much pay her fa
ther sdys he fears it will "turn her
head." He says he puts half, her sal
ary in trust for her. Brady says
movie actresses are" overpaid and
that the business is not a big money
maker for owners.
For writing at night there has
been invented a fountain pen that
carries a. tiny electric lamp and dry
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