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THE BEACH REVIEW I BHllng~ Child Knew 3"ust Where That Clam Went The Billings child on her Sunday visit to the beach picked up a clam- shell and regarded it meditatively. ~Now I wonder where that clam has gone to?" she inquired. Neither parent responded. Four- year-olds are always wondering something, and Billings was busy resting In the hot sand, while Mrs. Billings was busy rubbing sunburn oi1 on her person. "I wonder where that clam has gone to2" repeated the Billings child. No answer being forthcoming she demanded loudly : "Mommie, do you want to know where that clam has gone to? Dad- dy, do you want to know where that clam has gone to?" Both parents averred absently that they did. The Billings child tossed aside the empty shell, picked up her pail and shovel and started for the water. In departing she remarked: "It's crawled into an oyster shell and Is going around fooling people." --New York Sun. Opportunity No man knows the heights or lowths of his character until the occasion reveals them to him. Find Out From Your Doctor if the "Pain" Remedy You Take Is Safe. | Don't Entrust Your Own or Your Family's Well- Being to Unknown Preparations BEFORE you take any prepara- tion you don't know all about, for the. relief of headaches; or the pains of rheumatism, neuritis or neuralgia, ask your doctor what he thinks about ~t--in comparison with Genuine Bayer Aspirin. We say this because, before the discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most so-called "pain" remedies were ad- vised against by physicians as being bad for the stomach; or, often, for the ITeart. And the discovery of Bayer Aspirin largely changed medical practice. Countless thousands of people who have taken Bayer Aspirinyear in and out without ill effect, have proved that the medical findings about its safety were correct. Remember this: Genuine Bayer Aspirin is rated among the fuMaf mdhods lid disco~ed for the relief of headaches and all common pains .. and safe for the average person to take regularly, You can get real Bayer Aspirin at any drug store- simply by never asking for it by the name "aspirin" alone, but always saying BAYER ASPIRIN when you buy. Bayer Aspirin Many Churches in London Greater London now has a church to every 1,810 persons. SIMPLE SIMON MET A PJFJAAN AND ORDERED lUHE OIt FOUR# HE NOW EATS TUMS WHEN HEARTBURN C~)~$ o' DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE I Stop SAYING "NO" TO FAVORITE FOODS* ~pecplekn't only Ide tl~t dingrea with Many may tha even milk give. them a gray ~.ch...~ very best toodp may quickly relieve acid ~ Munch S ,~ after meals or whenevc smoking, hasty .~ .un~ Jut niqht'%part~, c_some other .came oa ~d indig~Uo~.~m. ~.no mv=~. a~se the tend egTy. ~ ;. mmg.~ Instm~d an antacid which neutral/sea stomar.n acid, but nevez ovet-elkaltzm the ~cc blood. You'll Like the/r minty tastL ~y aur. AmACm. ,/~ F~.__mv_ NOT A LAXATI~mmlI/II~~dll~ ~-ig0v VO gamey FREE: ~..~-~,o~'*-~: Utnl 6 ~ 19~-193~ CsJend~w mometer with the purobMe of s 10 roll o! Tim WNU--Y 4O---35 ADVENTURERS' CLUB "'Quicker Than the Eye" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. ALITTLE slow music, and up with the curtain. Hang onto your watches, boys and girls, and don't go lending anybody your silk hat unless you waut it turned into a rabbit's nest, for here comes Halton, the Magician--Nat Halton with his deck of fifty-two individ- ually trained cards, to give us a demonstration of the wonders that~ Wait a minute--what's that, Nat? I'm sorry, boys and girls, It's my mistake. Nat isn't here to give a demonstration. He's here to tell us a story--the story of a Jam he got into about thirty years ago, in the town of El Oro, way down on the other side of the Mexican border--a Jam that not even a magician could get out of without a little luck on the side. Nat was visiting In Mexico City when a friend invited him out to the little mining town of E10ro to entertain some of the boys who worked in the mines. He went to E10ro, put up at a little hotel in the town, and that night put on a show that was attended by a good portion of the town's inhabitants. The show was run off in a hall In the center of the town. Nat had a good, appreciative audience and he enjoyed every minute of the two hours during which he enter tained them with his card tricks and feats of sleight-of-hand. When the show was over he went back to the hotel and went to bed. But the next morning, at 5:30, he wu awakened by a loud knock on the door. When he opened It, a tough looking gent pushed his way into the room and told Nat to get dressed. Nat didn't feel like getting dressed at 5:30 In the mornlpg, and he told the stranger so. But the stranger pulled out a gun and stuck It In Nat's ribs, and Nat started getting into his clothes. When Nat asked the bird what he wanted of him, the stranger sold: "You know." And that was every word Nat could get out of him. Nat Is Credited With Pretty Good Magic. After repeated questioning, though, the man finally told Nat what the trouble was. A deed to a mining claim had dlsapI~eared from his pocket the night before, and he thought Nat had stolen It. And when Nat pq~nted out that he hadn't even been near him all during the performance, the fellow said: "You wouldn't h~ve to go near a man to take things out of his pocket. Didn't you make cards pass from one fellow's pocket to another?" Well, sir, Nat was flattered that anybody should take his sleight-of. hand tricks that seriously, but it didn't help the situation any. "! no- ticsd," he says, "that the man's eyes were dilated and bloodshot. Was he a dope fiend? If he was, I was In real danger. The ons thing In my favor was that he gave me credit for more powsr than I possessed. It was my one advantage, so I used it to stall for time. I told him we would go out and find his deed, thinking if we got out on the street I could find some help." But out on the street, there wasn't any .help in sight. Nobody gets up early In Mexico, and at that hour there wasn't a soul awake. The man, with his gun in Nat's back, took him to a small cabin on the edge of the town. There was Nat Was Stalling His Eye Fell on the Papers. a pile of papers on the floor U~ the center of the front room, and a woman was peeping through a nearly closed door. The woman's eyes, too, were dilated and bloodshot~also the eyes of a drug fiend. Nat was still stalling for time, and his eye fell on the papers 151led in the center of the floor. Realizing It would take the man ten or fifteen minutes to go through those papers, he pointed to them dramatically, and said: "Look, there, and you will find your deed." A Magician Gets His Wits A-Working. The man ohJected. He said he had Just looked through those papers, and that's how they happened to be there. But Nat repeated his command, and the man began his search. "l knew then," says Nat, "that I must plan my escape quickly, and do it In sophs way that would be acceptable, to my captor. Force wouldn't get ms anywhere, for the woman in the back room had come out now, and was holding a shotgun pointed at me. Imagine my sur- prise when the man suddenly rose from the floor holding a document and said: 'Here it is,' and then added: 'But you put it back.' ~ Nat pointed out that he hadn't been anywhere near that pile of papers on the floor, but the man reminded him again that anyone who could make cards pass from one man's pocket to another wouldn't have to. However, by this time he was disposed to be more friendly, and Invited Nat to have a drink with him. Then after a few whispered words with the woman, he asked Nat if he could tell him what number would win the capital prize in the Mexican National lot- tery that month. Well, sir, by this time Nat was beginning to get mad at the high-handed way this bird had treated him. "Here," he says, "was my chance to get even. So I told him that I couldn't give him the exact number, but that number thir. teen was going to be very lucky In the next drawing, and advised hlm to buy all the tickets he could find that had thirteen in the serial number. I have never seen that man from that day to this, but I hope he sold his guns to buy lottery tickets, so that If, by any chance, we should meet again, he won't have any firearms left to greet me with." Well, that's the first time I ever heard of a lottery doing any good for humanity. But you can do the world a lot of good by sending me that story of yours, Johnny. And don't forget to be here tomorrow, when we draw the story of Rlta May Murphy, of New fork CitY, in the big, all.time lottery of adventure. ~---WNU Servl~ Rabies, Unlike Running Fits, Not Sudden Attack The rabid dog Is not generally con- pulsed. Rabies, unlike running fits, does not come on suddenly, but rather gradually develops over a period of a week or ten days of abnormal actions which finally evolve Into either the furious or dumb form of the disease, advises a writer in the Los Angeles Times. Rabies sets in with a variety of peculiar manlfestatlons, In brief, those expressive of anxiety mingled with fear. The dog appears in a troubled state of mind and usually appeals for sympathy. He Is prone to become more affectionate and to excessively lap the hands of his attendants. He wa~ts more petting to appease his dis- tress. Restlessness ls'a marked early symptom as is also the fact that he is easily startled. He conUnually paces about, excePt for an occUio~] pause. Refusing food. he shows a marked de- craved appetite for Inedible substances such as sticks and stones, or he may chew his bedding. It Is often noted that a rabid dog will continually lap woodwork about the house, such as floors and f~rni. ture. Thirst is decidedly tnerea~ed, but the dog does not swallow very much of the water. This is because he cannot swallow as his throat is becom- ing paralyzed, a condition which will shortly be followed by paralysis of the Jaw, causing It to drop and the mouth to remain open. | "d" Abbreviation for "Peony~ The sign "d" in English money IS th~ abbreviation for "penny." It ~tood originally for the Latin denarius, a coin of value equivalent to the Angl(~ Saxon penny. Medieval money changer~ continued its use as an abbrevtatio~ for the penny and gave it a fixed plat~ in English custom. A penny ~ ap. Unique Scratch Pad for Kitchen { IBV GRANDMOTHER CLARK It can't be helped If there Is mon- key business afoot here. This little fellow makes it his business to keep a record of your household wants on the little pad he is holding. ~hls memo pad hanger measures about 8 by I0 inches when finished. Fackage No. A-7 cont~das the stamped and tinted unbleached mus- lln and ~he paper scratch pad, ready to be outlined, also directions how to make It up. Thread and binding are not included. Sent postpaid for 15 tents. Address Home Craft Co., Dept. A, Nineteenth and St. Louis ave., St. Louis, Mo. Enclose stare ped ad. dressed envelope for reply when writing for any information. Whale Yields New Product What may prove to be as valuable to Norwoy as whale oU itself, Is a new klnd of meat extract made from whales. Experlments described as highly successful have been carried on in the Antarctlc aboard Norwe- gian whalers. The greater par~ of the world's supply of whale oi] Is delivered in Norway. Although the value of whale mea~ as food has long been recognized only the oll of the whale has been utllized, owing to the difficulty of transporting the meat from the Antarctic. No% how- ever, the meat is being made into a sort of meat flour aboard the whalers. The flour Is taken back to Norway, where a meat extract of a very satisfactory character is being produced. All Must Die Your man of genuine foresight has his cemetery lot long before he dies. HEALTH AND GOOD LOOKS DEPEND ON HOW YOU STAND There's beauty in good posture, de. elares Jeanette Eaton in the Par eats' Magazine, and gives the follow. lng three reasons why the average person stands badly. First. comes the possibility of a bodily weakness. Second, part of the clothing may be uncomfortable or badly adjusted. Third, the individual is indifferent to her sloop. It is one thing to recognize a fault and another to do something about It. Here follow a few practica.} "don'ts" If we would acquire good posture for ourselves or for our chil- dren. Don't wear high heels when work- i~g or walking any distance Don't go upstairs clumping or stooping but hold the spine Just as straight as you can. Don't sit with legs crossed~thls position puts a great strain on the muscles of back and hips. Don'i go without abdominal sup- port unless you are taking a great deal of exercise. ,Don't neglect to supply the right table, chairs and light for yourself and for your boys and girls who have homework to do--and see that their school does it, too. As for the "dos"--here they are: Hold your head well, chin up. Try a little abdominal discipline. Breathe deeply and often. Take exercise, not necessarily s daily dozen at a given period but every now and again during the day whenever It is possible to do so. CONSUMPTION OF FAT~ Tim total factory consum[_,Hon of all animal and vegetable tats and oils In this country last year amount- ed to 3,355,555,000 ponnds. More than one-third. 1,375,416,000 pounds went into soap manufacture. Com- pounds and x~getable shortenlngs came next, and paint and varnish third. As might be expected, the largest single item was cottonseed oil, 1,083,959,000 pounds. Next tu order of large items were: Edible tallow, 585,896,000 pounds; coconut oil, 549,515,000; linseed oil, 219,746,- 000; palm oil, 208,547,000. [ PLYMOUTH i AUTOMOBILES| $4,750. .'n Awards for FUR Shippers who prepare thdr Ixdtl eurefully and pa~ ttdpate in Seam ~th National Fur S~ow. You don't even have to ~mll your fum through Sears. 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