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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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racehorses she was thrown a.nd in
jured In 19J2 she joined Universal
and played leads for a year. During
1913 she toured with her father's
stock company returning to the films
the next year witiuthe Majestic com
pany. She joined the Horsley studios
in 1915 and is now leading lady for
Cub comedies.
Miss Bennett is an all-around
horsewoman, an expert swimmer, a
clever golf and tennis player, an ac
complished acrobat and fancy dancer.
She has golden brown hair and grey
eyes.
"I am a lover of flowers, birds,
music and BABIES," says Miss Ben
nett. "To be the mother of a sweet
little baby, I think is one of God's
greatest gifts to womankind."
SAVE 20 CENTS ON XlSoLLAR! BUSINESS MAN
TELLS HOW TO BUY VEGETABLES
(Editor's Note Geo. W. Perkins,
business organizer, steei magnate and
famous progressive recently turned
aside from his business duties to help
the people of New York find out how
to cut the high cost of living. As head
of Mayor Mitchell's food committee,
he did such remarkable work in this
respect that the United States depart
ment of agriculture publicly stated it
was the best ever done in the field.
This newspaper has secured these ar
ticles from Chairman Perkins and
will print them from day to day. Care
ful following of them, Perkins says,
will mean that you will save twenty
cents on every dollar!)
BY GEO. W. PERKINS
Chairman of New York's Food
Committee.
In buying vegetables select them
yourself and see that they are fresh.
This is all important There are
tricks in all trades, including the ve
getable trade.
You will find you, will get more po
tatoes if you will buy them by weight
and not by measure.
Never buy sprouting potatoes. Se
rious illness has been known to follow
NEW FASHIONED GIRL
DEMURELY OLD FASHIONED
BY BETTY BROWN
The new fashioned girl in the old
fashioned gown lends enchantment
to tiie spring "fashion views" she's
their use.
In buying potatoes ask your dealer
to cut one in half. Take the two'
halves and put them together; if they
are juicy enough to stick together
you have a good potato.
In buying cabbage, be sure you get
a hard, heavy head, with crisp, white
leaves and with the stalk cut close to
the head. Many a large head of cab
bage looks heavy, but on taking it in
your hand you will find it very light.
A light weight head of cabbage
should only be bought at reduced
price.
In buying beets, choose those with
dirty roots and fresh, green leaves.
This shows they have not been soak
ed to freshen them.
In buying winter squash, choose
one that has no soft spots. Choose a
medium one; the larger ones are
seedy.
In buying cauliflower, choose a
firm, white head with fresh green
leaves. j t0
In buying onions, be sure they are
hard.
In buying celery, choose a bunch
with crisp white leaves. Use outside
pieces for soup and inside pieces for
table.
LENDS CHARM TO
FROCK
the belle of the fashion shows, and
before long you will be meeting her
at afternoon teas or wherever well
dressed girls gather.
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