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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 28, 1912, Image 14',
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yarn, so It can't ravel. Fringe is
tied in afterwards.
The raffia mat was made on a
piece of cardboard with holes
across the ends. The cardboard is
cut off when the work is done.
In adding new weaving threads
never tie a knot, but lay' the ends
of old and new threads beside
each other ior two inches, leaving
loose ends on wrong side to be cut
off later., Do not work" with a
weaver more than two or three
. The thread. is woven with the
fingers, with a metal kindergart
en weaving needle, a long bodkin
or a foot long weaving needle
whittled from a narrow thin piece
(Copyright, 1912,-by The N. E.,
IA.. All rights reserved.)
. HEADS OR TAILS
rAn observant man, with a
" spoiting turn, has figured that
jfrhen the average man, to de-
cide a carfare or other proposi-
'tiori is asked "Heads or tails,"
will say heads.
This man says he has proved
His theory by always laying
his coin tails up when he asks
another to "call," and that he
wins from seven to nine times
'. This tip will probably make
yourich unless your intended
' victims also read The Day
Witty persons seldom live by
'theitf-wits .- - .
NOT TOO LATE'
"There goes 'Bitters tanked up
again. What a failure Thfcpoor
man has missed his calling:"
"Well, he'll -receive it when he
gets home to his wife, all right."
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Corned Beef Hash Take
equal parts of corned beef cut
fineand of -mealy boiled pota
toes cut into cubes. Mix 'in 1
small onion'chopped fine and turn
all into buttered skillet. Press
into the center a clove of garlic
wrapped in a piece of salt pork.
Add just a little boiling water 'to
moisten and set over a moderate
fire. When heated through re
move garlic and place in oven to
Drown. Fry Bermuda onions to
a crisp and serve as a garnish.
Rice Griddle Cakes. One-up
milk, 1 cUp warm boiled rice, 1-2
teaspoon salt, yolks 2 egg's,
whites 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon melt
ed butter, 7-8 cup flbur. Pour
milk over rice and salt, add yolks
of eggs beaten until y lemon col
ored and thick; butter, flour "and
fold in'whites'of'eggs'beaten -stiff