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At last, a way to get joyous fun from your exercise ! “Daily Dozen," devised by
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We will send you. entirely free. a sample phonograph record carrying two of the "Daily Dozen" exercises, set to music, with a wonderfully splendid voice giving the commands for each movement. In addition you will receive a free chart showing the two exercises and giving simple but complete directions for doing them.

If you are a business or professional man or woman, you need a body that keeps step with your brain. Energy and efficiency will get you ahead in business, but you can't have them without building a body to give them driving force. You know this yourself and you certainly will want to try out this new system of exercises that has proved the most efficient ever devised. Get this free 'Health Builder" record, put it on a phonograph, and try it out. There is no obligation--the record is yours to keep. You need not return it. Just enclose a quarter (or same amount in stamps) with the coupon to cover postage, packing, etc. Send the coupon-to-day-now.

(ALTER CAMP, Yale's famous football through exactly those movements which are

coach, who is famous throughout the needed to develop the trunk muscles and keep

dation for his keeping-fit methods for them at "concert pitch"'--yet they do it without business men, has put joy into gymnastics-fun

tiring the body or becoming monotonous. into keeping well-for busy men and women. If you have ever pushed dumb-bells, swung

Make Exercise a Pleasure Indian clubs, or hoisted chest weights-week after Away with long. tedious exercises! With week in a gymnasium-you know what a stale,

Walter Camp's new way, it takes only ten minmonotonous task that kind of exercise can be. utes, or less, to go through the whole "Daily Walter Camp's “Daily Dozen” exercises-set

Dozen," and when you do them to music, with to music-are a different proposition! Yale's

a splendid voice on the record giving the com

mands, this ten minutes becomes the most great football coach has trained so many winning

pleasant and fascinating time of the whole day. teams that he knows how to prevent “stale

Twelve simple exercises cover everything reness"-knows how to make keeping young quired to keep you in the pink of condition. fascinatingly interesting.

You will receive handsome charts, with actual And he has done it-in his famous “Daily photographs showing exactly the move to make Dozen” which he has now set to irresistible at each command. It is simple as A-B-C. You music.

will enjoy every minute and feel thoroughly reMr. Camp devised these twelve remarkable

freshed. exercises during the war, in response to the ap

Makes You Fit peal of the commandant of one of the great naval Here are some of the valuable things the training stations. The commandant wanted some- "Daily Dozen" may do for you. thing better and more interesting than the They should soon produce a strong, supple regular “Swedish setting-up ex

"corset" of muscle about your ercises," which produced stale

waist; your chest will be enness in the men, and he thought

larged and your wind improved ; Walter Camp ought to be able RESULTS!

your over- or under-weight should to supply it if anybody could.

be corrected. These exercises go

For four years I was a straight at the causes of many A Tip From a Tiger

nervous wreck, with Col

annoying little ailments, that litis, rapid pulse, etc. After

keep you from feeling fit. A

spending large sums on The naval officer's letter set physicians, X-ray, etc., I

good many headaches, for exMr. Camp to thinking. It struck found out about your ex ample, will yield to a few repehim that what was needed was a


titions of the exercise called series of exercises to take the

Within ten days after first "The Grasp."

using them, I was able to go place of the natural activity of

These remarkable exercises are

to Boston and take up my the Indian or any other uncivi

law business and have been

wonderful for business men, and lized man. He realized that the at it ever since.

equally wonderful for women man of to-day is just as much a

Other systems of exercise and children. They furnish the "caged animal" as a tiger in a

have bored me so I couldn't

best possible method of reducing

continue them; but yours menagerie, and that the average

I can't stop.

extra weight, for the music man's way of living weakens the

Thanking you again for

makes the needed exercise fascimuscles of the chest and abdo

setting me on my feet, I am, natingly interesting. men.

Very truly yours, What did the tiger do for

Used by Officials in War

PRESCOTT F. HALL. exercise ? Mr. Camp went to

During the War, Walter Camp the Bronx Park Zoo to find out.

taught the "Daily Dozen" to He found that the tiger was

members of the Cabinet in always busy stretching and twisting and turning Washington and to many other officials-men his body, his trunk; he was exercising the very like Charles M. Schwab and Franklin Roosevelt, muscles that tend to become weak when an men who had to do a vastly increased amount of animal is kept in a cage, or a man in an office. work without breaking down. The "Daily

Then Mr. Camp saw where all systems of calis Dozen" kept whole organizations "on their toes" thenic exercises have been weak-they develop for extra production. the arms and legs, which are not so important, And now these fascinating exercises have been but scarcely develop the trunk at all. The result made still more pleasurable by being set to was that he worked out the "Daily Dozen." This music-on phonograph records. Every morning is why these remarkable exercises have produced or evening you can go through them to catchy

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JULY 6, 1921 IS THERE HOPE FOR PEACE made on both sides. It is said that profound impression upon that statesIN IRELAND?

De Valera will consent to the meeting man, who officially acknowledged it and NLY a few weeks ago Lloyd

only if certain conditions are first made it public throughout the world. George declared that the differ

granted. This at once suggests that, if Mr. Hay's opinion was shared by his ences between the two conflicting

conditions are to be granted in advance, successor, Mr. Root, who, when the sides in Ireland seemed irreconcilable,

Mr. Lloyd George might very properly Second Hague Conference was called, and he used the same word in contrast

demand from the Sinn Fein leaders in instructed the American delegates to ing the declared policy of the Sinn Fein

advance an open disavowal of complicity ask for consideration of the subject, re

in the policy of ambush and assassina minding them that it had long been our and the policy of England, adding, to clinch the matter, that the policy of

tion which preceded reprisals. If the established policy not to use our Army

Sinn Fein leaders claim to control the and Navy for the collection of ordinary establishing an Irish Republic is im.

so-called Sinn Fein national army, and contract debts due to our citizens from possible.

if the scores of assassinations which other governments and declaring that Now, however, there is a serious and evidently carefully thought out attempt

preceded any reprisal were in any way he did not consider such use of force

the work of men connected with that consistent with respect for the indeto bring representatives of these “irreconcilable" elements into conference in

army, a terrible responsibility rests pendent sovereignty of other nations.

upon the Sinn Fein organization-one The Hague Conference heeded Mr. order that some just and reasonable way

which it ought either to justify or re- Root's request and made it the subject for peace and compromise may be found. King George lately opened formally

nounce. Again, there seems to be con- of the Second Convention, enacted in

siderable opposition to the proposed 1907, as follows: and with great ceremony the new Par.

meeting from the Ulster counties. One The contracting Powers agree not Lament of North Ireland, and his very

Ulster member of Parliament has de to have recourse to armed force for presence (considering the disorder and clared: “We are willing to work with

the recovery of contract debts dangerous condition of Belfast during

claimed from the government of one the election) was a sign not only of his all Irishmen for our country's good, but

country by the government of anonly as free, self-respecting citizens of other country, as being due to its personal courage but of the importance

the British Empire. We decline to assothat his Government attached to this

nationals. event in Irish history. In his address

This undertaking is, however, not ciate with murderers, at least until they

applicable when the debtor state rethe King made an eloquent appeal that have repented of their evil deeds.”

fuses or neglects to reply to an offer the acceptance by the so-called Ulster

Certainly the world at large will hope of arbitration, or, after accepting the

offer, prevents any compromis from that, despite all difficulties and conflict. Provinces of reasonable Home Rule ing passions, there may come out of this

being agreed on, or, after the arbitramight be followed by willingness in the

tion, fails to submit to the award. south of Ireland to accept representative new effort a plan that will establish

Drago's work was thus monumental. government without absolute indepen. something like Dominion rule in the

His name has been justly carried into dence. Without arguing the case or gotwo irreconcilable sections of Ireland,

every civilized country of the world. and that will make brute force, murder, ing into details, he expressed the hope that, just as in South Africa, where ra.

and revenge for murder things imposcial and religious prejudices had been sible for the future.

THE PUBLIC HELPS SETTLE laid aside for unity, so in

A STRIKE Ireland men of differing creed and political THE AUTHOR OF THE

TN Cleveland a strike in the building aspirations might be induced “to pause. DRAGO DOCTRINE

I trades has involved some twenty-five to stretch out the hand of forbearance TUIS MARIA DRAGO is dead, at the age thousand workingmen and their famiand conciliation, to forgive and to for- U of sixty-three. He was the pro- lies, and also about forty million dolget, and to join in making for the land pounder of the famous Drago Doctrine. lars' worth of construction contracts which they love a new era of peace, con- Dr. Drago was early impressed by the under way. Fruitless negotiations have tentment, and good will."

fact that the attempt of Napoleon III been going on for several months. This appeal was soon followed by to impose Maximilian upon Mexico was Finally, the establishment of a wage Lloyd George's invitation to the head of based largely upon the purchase of scale was submitted to the arbitration the Sinn Fein faction, Mr. De Valera, Mexican bonds by France which were of a Conciliation Board, the members of to meet with Sir James Craig, the repudiated by Mexico.

which represented equally the organized Premier of the new Government in When Señor Drago became Argen- employers and the organized employees North Ireland, and with the English tine Foreign Minister, England, Ger in the building trades of Cleveland, aug. Prime Minister. A safeguard for this many, and Italy were resorting to mented by the addition of seven reprepurpose was offered to Mr. De Valera bombardment in order to compel the sentatives of the public at large. The and associates of his political faction Venezuelan Government to pay the particular problems before the Board whom he wished to appear with him. debts contracted by it with citizens of were how to revive the building trade There is a special value in having the those European countries. This aroused industry so as to relieve both the prenew Ulster Premier represent Ulster Drago to action. He wrote a letter to vailing unemployment and the shortage rather than Sir Edward Carson, whose John Hay, then our Secretary of State of buildings and how to reconcile the past activity, it is thought, makes him declaring that no collection of Govern- rate of pay with the falling cost of livless desirable for compromise purposes. ment bonds ought to provoke armed inter- ing without reducing the pay below the

But hardly had the invitation been vention, still less territorial occupancy. living wage. announced than difficulties began to be Dr. Drago's letter to Mr. Hay made a The seven representatives of the pub

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