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LILLIAN ;GISH IS ONE OF; "MOVIE?' BEAUTIES
WHOM YOU qTN SEE - ,
Lillian Gish is one of. the beauties of-the "movie" world: She will ba
seen in "Home, Sweet Home," a picture written'and played around the good,
old song and staged by D. -W. Griffith. Miss" Gish 'has been'playing in Re
liance Mutual movies. But,as-folks wDl welTremeniber.'-she used to be in
the Biograph Company.
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UfcTTING TO BUSINESSj
"So you think there is yet achance
of selling Mr. Nuskads an auto"?"
"Sure! Heused to say he wished
he "had one; now's he's arguing' he
can't afford it."
When malting a roly-poly pudding,
after spreading the paste with jam,
sprinkle a layer of fine breadcrumbs
before rolling and tying up. This pre
vents tjie jam from boiling out. J
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