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these "other" is classic dancing; Her
dancing is of the Isadora Duncan
type and she has won a great deal of
praise for it.
Strange to say, though so very
quiet and unassuming, Miss Stone
house fancies big, emotional parts.
Added to that, she has had a chance
to show, several times, that she can
interpret them very well, too.
If you ever want a closer ac
quaintanceship with this happy maid
seek admittance to the "star" dressing-room
out at the Essanay plant.
It's a love of a room, quite a big one,
too, where half a dozen girls who
play lead parts club together. They
call it a dressing-room, but it is cozy
and artistic and unique enough to be
called a drawing-room.
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The old-fashioned onion dressing,
or stuffing as it was called by our
Puritan ancestors, is made by using
one loaf of bread, upon which hot
water has been turned and then
squeezed quite dry in the hands.
Add half a cup of butter, one onion
the size of an egg chopped fine, a
teaspoon of finely ground sage, half
a teaspoon of salt and half a tea
spoon of black pepper. This is the
famous dressing used by New Eng
land cooks for stuffing turkey or
goose, breast of veal, neef heart or
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Dipththeria is an acute, contagious
disease due to a germ which comes
from patients who have the disease.
Within three days after the patient
is exposed the nose, the throat or
larynx become inflamed and gradu
ally get covered with a "membrane"
or grayish patch.
A novel method of encouraging
children in their studies is practiced
in the schools in Mexico. Those who
show proficiency are permitted to
smoke cigarettes while pursuing
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