BREATHING AS AN EXERCISE. Breathing exercises alone will do ; mueh to improve the general health ; of neirly all people. Stand before a mirror in a room into which a good ' supply nf air is eorninar, and raise the - haii'ls Mraicht over the head, and tlien let them drop naturally to the side without attempting- to square the " shoukhrs. Then, closing the inouth, take a lnsr. deep breath and hold it : in the luns a- few seconds. Kepeat this as often as you can without feel- ,' ins tired. Kach day try the same ex- I ercise until you can hold a breath for 5 a minute an l a minute and a half. This ; will increase the exterior of the chest i and develop the interior. Short, quick ' i sasps an- not normal breathing. By " j reducing the respiration to ten a min- ! ? ute. lor five consecutive minutes three I ii;n' s a day. one will poon acquire full breathins:. This is most important for 1 weak and sickly children. As the fresh I air is a great stimulant to the lun?, j win 11 deeply inhaled, one has to be very j areful not to brinj? on dizziness byu ; over-exercis'infc at first. Every person J mu.vt be a pruide to himself. Always' stop exercising before fatigue sets in, ; as over-exorcising and no exercising- at all bring- the F?.me restiHs. Never try j the limit of your strength.