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".Consciously or unconsciously,
every girl must choose, and she will
be what she wants to be most, she
will have what she wants most.
"You can have anything you -want
in this worlaif.you want it had
"Many a girl has started out in the
movies with the brightest prospects
and she did not succeed. She didn't
want to succeed had enough. She
may think there was some other rea
son, but there was not. She put some
thing before her life's ambition.
"It is not enough to wish for things.
You must work for them.
"Nothing, not even love, is given
you you must earn it.
"Even today, when I am supposed
to be able to do as I please as far as
my work is concerned, I work so hard
at times and am so tired at night that
I throw myself across the bed, com
pletely exhausted. I do not want
even to eat.
"You see, I often go to work on
sunshiny days before 7 o'clock, and
I may be running over hill and dale
and doing strenuous stunts that you
see on the screen as long as the light
lasts, which is oftimes after five.
"When I posed for the picture of
'Hearts Adrift' I had just gotten up
from a hospital bed and I was not
quite sure I would be able to project
the character. Those who have seen
the picture will remember that I was
barefooted and most of the time
dressed in a Hawaiian costume of
straw skirt and thin chemise.
"This picture was taken in Decem
ber and it was very cold. I found,
however, every day that I was grow
ing stronger and better for my out
door work and I came out perfectly
well and as brown as a gypsy.
"The moving picture artist must
also have physical courage. She must
always be ready to take chances. She
must think quickly or she will not
only spoil the picture, but sometimes
endanger her own life.
"She must make work her"life, her
pleasure. She must put all thought
of luxurious living out of her mind?
When I am working I do not even see
"With the exception of going to the
theater occasionally, I am a hermit.
"Little girl who wants to go into
the movies, do you want to be sue- '
cessful badly enough to work like
this? Unless you do, stay out of it"
(To Be Continued.)
By Caroline Coe
"The broom of the stomach" is
what old-fashioned folks call spinach,
and its medicinal qualities rather
than its food value make spinach the
best of all spring vegetables.
Housekeepers who practice econ
omy sometimes substitute sweet
drippings, from roast beef or .chicken
for butter, this substitution makes
even the new spinach just coming
into the market an inexpensive dish.
Cream Spinach. Put the spinach
i na pan with 1 pint of boiling water
and a tablespoonful' of salt to each
peck of spinach. Cook 25 minutes,
drain, put in chopping tray and mince
fine. A little before serving time put
3 tablespoonfiils of butter in a pan,
melt but do not brown, add slowly 2
tablespoonfiils of flour.
Stir the mixture until it becomes
smooth and in bubbles, then add the
minced spinach and cook 8 minutes;
stir all the time to keep from scorch
ing. Add 1 cup of cream and serve.
Spinach Plain Boiled. Cook spin
ach, drain and chop. Serve on plat
ter with rings of hard boiled egg and
finger strips of toast
Corporal (to soldier) Why is the
blade of the sabre curved instead of
Spldier It is curved m order to
give more force to the blow.
Corporal Humbug! The sabre is
curved so as to fit the scabbard. If
it was straight how would you get it,
into the -crooked scabbard, .block-.
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