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LIKES SCREENS BETTER THAN STAGE '
r"- "I don't believe a moving .picture actress is eversatisfied to return to
the legitimate stage," said Pearl Sindelar, who is perfectly satisfied with
her occupation as. a movie actress.'
MisSjSindelar had been playing in "Potash and Perlmutter," but has
Returned to the movie world to stay," she declares.
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GLEAMS FROM THE.. BRIGHT
The trouble with most public, men .
Like Roosevelt and me- ' - -Is
not a lack of cleverness; ' . '
.We're smart as smart caix.be! ,
The public soon grows iredof. -. "
A man like Theodore;
Because, you see, a suist is,. s -
A most confounded J)brel' '
Look.it up in the dictionary."
"EASY ,ONES" FOR, THE HOME
. UAIMUY. MANfcK
. Chocolate Figs Separate and wipe
one pouiid of figs. Melt chocolate
and dip each; fig separately. Cool on
oil paper.', , ' ,
Chdcolat'e , Dates Stone dates, fill
with candled -ginger and dip in melt
ed chocolate.' .
Chocolate NutsPeanuts, walnuts
ior filberts, maybe chopped or broken
jnmedlum-sized pieces. Cover with
meitsu ciiocoiaxe ana arop oa ou pa
per to JOO