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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1912, Image 16

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It's a matter of labels
pretty considerably. I f
you're a man, a woman, an
, automobile, a rose or a pole
cat, the label is one thing
that counts. The hardest
kind of work is easy if prop
f erly tagged "Play." Tom
I Sawyer made that discov
ery early in life when he
secured assistancerin white
washing his' fence. Mostly,
things you HAVE to do
aren't any fun at all.
The other day after a
rain-out in San Diego, wa
ter settled in several little
," pohds on the newsies' base
ball grounds. It required
no threatened spanking to
make those kids get a hustle
on. In a twinkling they
had every can in sight gath-
ered-up andwere dipping the wa
ter from the ponds and carrying it
to the edge of the sidewalk. One
little canful after another they
carried, until the water was gone.
Then the youngsters started a
baseball game.
Label your work properly.
o o
Raisins often stick to the paper
in which they have been wrapped.
At such times hold the paper for
a moment over the steam escap
ing from a teakettle and the fruit
can be removed readily?
KNOW VOT . y r-
Clotheslines and pegs, will last
much lqnger if they are'boiled for
Ltll .liUU..W v.w ... f
good plan to repeat tne Douing
If doughnuts do not take on a
golden brown crust as soon as they
are dropped into the-lard it is be
cause the lard is not hot enough?
In frying eggs if a few drops
of-water are. added to the fat and
the frying pan covered? eggs will
not become tough?
When your oven does no,t-re
spond quickly, to put a hot stove -lid
inside the over under the pud-
aing or aisn wnicn is DaKingr
Bread and cake aay be k$pt
fresh by soaking a medium-sized
new clean sponge with cold water?
o o
The man who expects nothing
is generally pretty-sure to get it.
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