On the 2nd British mission, what was required to preach at Tabernacle Square in London?
a. The scriptures
b. A hat
c. A chair
d. A license
B. Cleaning windows
The following advice found in the Woman’s Exponent: Few housekeepers appreciate the value of chicken and turkey wings: they can use them to dust furniture and brush up the hearth, but for washing windows they are of untold worth. There is nothing that equals them: they clean the corners out easily and leave no lint upon the glass. Then for spreading paste on walls and paper there is no invention that will do the work half as well. Try them once, and there will be no necessity of telling people to be sure and save all the wings.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Chronicles of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Publishing Company, 1994), 5:166.