Utilizing Your Player Piano as a Vacuum Cleaner
THERE is no better vacuum cleaning pump than the air pump of your player piano. So thought Max Rothfeld, of Philadelphia, who has patented the dustfiltering attachment which will change your piano into a vacuum cleaner. You need only to disconnect the air pipe leading from the piano bellows, from the air motor. Insert the attachment in this, have somebody
work the pedals, and proceed with your parlor cleaning. The inventor also suggests that should the air-mechanism of your piano become clogged it can easily be cleaned with his device.
The de’vice fa nothing more than a flexible hose having a wire filter mounted across a small dust chamber near its end.
ground-up leaves of the hay of alfalfa. By replacing the all-too-scarce wheat flour with a considerable percentage of this alfalfa, a bread can be made which is far more nutri-
tious than that made from plain wheat. The high percentage of both body-building and bone-building elements in the alfalfa makes this new bread a practically complete article of food. The benefits of its use will therefore be twofold : the present supply of wheat can be “stretched” to feed a far greater number of people, and a more ideal war food can be gained.