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(To be Continued.)
THIS ACTRESS IS JIEVER SEEN
BY THE AUDIENCE.
Miss Kate Snell.
Here's a young woman who Is aif'
accomplished actress of an entirely
different kind than any of the "Stage
and .film folks you have read about.
She has never been seen by" an
audience, yet she has entertained
inbre than a million people during
the past few years with the Lyman
H. Howe Travel Festival organiza- J
Rather a strange role for a pretty
girl, age 22, with ability to act, singq
and even play the piano, isn't it? A
mighty profitable one, too.
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travel. The Howe entertainment -i
produces scenes from every part of
the world. '
Native women of all classes from
all parts of the world appear on the-r
Howe screen, calling for many
tongues from Miss Snell, who works.i
back of the curtain. r
"She's equal to almost every sit-,
uation that appears in the varied
programs, imitating the language- of ?
the characters so well that no one
but a native could detect mistakes. -She
sings well, too, and Lew Fields
recently offered her a position in one
of his musical shows, which added '
to her ability to separate a very com-
fortable salary from my receipts,"
declares Howe, exhibitor of the pic-
ONIONS "IN STUFATO"
Peel two pounds of onions, and
after soaking in cold water, place in
a saucepan and cover with a good
broth, letting them cook slowly. If
young, one hour will suffice; if old,
two hours. When soft, strain and
put them in a dish.
Melt two ounces of butter in. a
frying pan. Add a spoonful of flour"'
and three-quarters of a pint of broth, n
mixing well until it boils. Now sea-
son with salt and pepper and pour the
broth over the onions. Serve-hot.
In what sort of a position is your6'!
body when you work? Do you knowo
that working, bent over, causes the -r
bone to adjust itself bones, muscles
and joints to .the unnatural position, w
Try to see that you-havq exercise Jn
recreation hours which will offset the
bent-over tendency. .