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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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which has created such interest here,
Leola Son is wavering between two
desires.
She wants to be an actress.
And she wants to be a movie queen.
She loves the legitimate drama,
because she believes that in it one
reaches the fullest expression.
But she likes the "moving drama,"
because she can work out of doors
and be at home evenings.
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ICY FRUIT DRINKS
Fruit juices are easily prepared and
are most welcome on hot days, com
bined with ice or spring water. The
juicy fruits are easiest to prepare,
such as cherries, currants, raspber
ries and blackberries. The simple
sirup must be prepared first Bon one
quart of sugar with one pint of water
until it spins a thread when allowed
to drip from fork. Add juice of .any
small fruit in proportion to .one quart
of juice to one pint of sirup. Boil to
gether seven minutes, bottle and seal.
Cherries must first be pitted. Then
allow to stand ten hours in cool place,
add to simple sirup in proportions.
given, heat and seal.
Mix currants with twice as many
raspberries, crush, allow to stand
four hours, -add to simple sirup in
amounts given and boil five minirtesT
Seal while hot.
HOUSEHOLD HELPS
A yard of cheesecloth soaked in
kerosene oil, with a little linseed oil
added, makes an excellent dustcloth,
and leaves a bright surface.
In cooking fruit it takes nearly
twice as much sugar to sweeten it if
added before cooking. Cook first,
then sweeten to taste.
To remove the stains from fire
proof dishes which haye become
brown from baking, soak them in
strong borax and water.
For nice dish rags, sew two little
salt bags together. They will last
longer than an ordinary rag of
cheesecloth, etc. t
In buying brooms do not select
those of a' green'color, lor they do not
wear as long -as-those of a natural
shade.
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