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FAVORITE RECIPES OF MOVIE PLAYERS
of the recipe is that you can use little
bits of dry cheese in It very nicely.
To make paper fireproof steep in a
very strong solution or alum water.
Use a newspaper to cover woolen
goods that are to be pressed; thus
avoid troublesome lint.
Wax spots may be removed from
black silk if the wax is scraped off and
then the spot is washed with alcohol.
Rub the backs of pictures with
cedar oil; moths and other insects
will not linger behind them if this is
Rooms must be kept well aired.
A WOMAN WHO WON HER WAY
By Lillian Gish
My mother taught both her daugh
ters, Dorothy and myself, many use
ful little first aids to home-keeping
which often are useful at opportune
times, though neither jof us make
a business of keeping house.'
The fact that one does something
onesself toward the preparation of
a meal adds interest and pleasure, I
One of my favorite recipes is for
CHEESE FINGERS. The ingre
dients include: 3 oz. grated cheese,
3 oz. flour, y2 teaspoonful of baking
powder, salt and cayenne to taste.
Mix these ingredients Jo a stiff
paste with the aid of a little milk.
Roll round and bake on a. tin in a
brisk oven for five minutes till they
are very lightbrown. "'This makes a
pretty dish for thfita"b'le,' The best
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Mrs. Fisher Andrew of Trenton,
N. J., can make pretty, good bread,
but she can make even better anvils
and engine wheels. That's why she
devotes her time, to running a big
iron foundry in Trenton. Mrs. An
drew made most ofv the anvils used
in bgjWing the' Panama CanaL