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THE BREAD BOX.
NOT MUCH OF AN EATER.
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Xlie First American Flag-Raised Orer Manila.
Reduced from an lltuatratioii In "On to Maulla."
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Evii iK It
Flag Ideutentant Bromby of Admiral Dewey's Staff and his FJag-Halitac
Tarty cu the liattleciettts of Old Manila,
Kc-drawu from an Uluilraliou lu "Ou to Manila." ,
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"'1 The Departure of the First
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yiwura uuiu an uiusuauaa
Sailing "OU OUry" at Wt Sas CM, lrm Ialaaoa.
ci- Hears duf fr Uww hi " to MiaMe."
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Flee of Transports.
Itnimla Krrp It In Onlcr--Care of
CnJLe mill llrcnd.
The birnd box nirtl nil' other Jars for
cooler; should ibe li )t fiosh and sweet
during wnim trcntlicr, ns mold and
(mistiness R.-uhor qulclily. Clean them
often: mlways wlien a now baking Is to
be put In. It Is ImttUttlci trouble, says
Keruovc the contents, shake, out the
crumbs, throw In ,n tcaspoonful of
jK-nrllne, pour lu hmu boiling -water
and Hhut down ilH.-tlftl.flr cover lo lu-
.8ure,a-lhorot:r!j ntenirJiu.'. Aftf" ie-
malnlng a few- ralruis w.ish 4 , out.
rlnso la dear water. ulr' dry ntf.i t.im
en Its. ildo to s.'r in hi. u,v trjjilnvv
or somo'spot oat of Oviv." tlr.it w k..i''
fcctly clean anil KrtirW""i i-it i, ' W
w chickens, liiei,!' i-ji.-i hiiuh'
cm sometime put uavuj itl.c'l.icd or
cike while still wnrr.t. (This Is nigrent
laistnhe. a It iliould Ih perfectlv.cool
In oidcrt'vii ktep uull. IIowoer, one
nliculd not go to tho other -cxtrcmo and
leave brood and cake uucovered until
thej' are hard and dry.
It tnkes quite a quantity of butter to
butter tho -tops of n large baking: of
bicad. Try wetting the crusts In cold
water Instead, being careful It does not
trickle down the sides or between a
doubla loaf,. -as this would cause sod
denness. U'ns'e bits of bread may be eaved by
crliplits tjiemdn thoocn. Tie them In
paper bngi nwfiy from the dust, and
they will bo ready at any time for mil!;
toast, frj lug crumbs or dressing. Corn
or graham broad mny bo saved lu the
snme way and for the same purpose.
Indeed, ninny like them better for
cream toast, while for dressing for
meat or fowl the color Is unimportant.
I'lsli, however, should have only n
Il In (llia Slilrt I'rDiita.
I'ouud two ounces of lino white gum
nrabic to a .powder, put It In a pitcher
anil pour over It n pint of boiling wa
ter. Cover and lot it set all night.
Carefully pour from the diegs Into a
clean bottle. Cork mid keep Tor use.
One tablespoonful stirred Into a pint of
stnreh produces a lovely gloss ou linen
and Is quite harmless to tho material.
Ilorv In Aiolil Cunmiiuiitlou.
Tho New York Jledien! Itecold gives
.these nine concise rules for uvoldlng
tuberculosis: A generous dietary of ni
trogenous food. Fieo ventilation of
dwelling and sleeping rooms, by open
windows, with wlregauzo blind. Ade
quate house heating lu wlutcr. Boll all
mill or cream previous to using. Ob
tain eight hours' sleep, If not sound
sleep, contract houre to smen nod rest
during tho day. If debilitated with
wenk digestion, rest In a recumbent po
sition riiortly before and after meals.
Wear loest clothing, especially around
the waist jnd, lower ribs, to afford free
don In respiration. Take systematic
dally exercise In the open nlr on foot.
If means am station In life admit of n
long holiday, from time to time, live
during One weather In a tent In the
open air or Id a summer house for
most of the day, and, If unemployed,
pursue a bobby to occupy the mind.
flow to Hake Orange Slrnp.
Grate the yellow peel from ono dozen
ripe, Juicy oranges, cut them up and
press out tho Juice, and to each quart
of orange Juice add n pint of water.
Add six pounds of sugar, previously
well mixed with one-half of the grated
peel. Dlssolvo by gentle simmering,
IIott to rinke Turnips and Cheese.
Cut up six medium sized turnips and
boll them tender In two quarts of wa
ter, to which arc added one lump of sug
ar and one tcaspoouful of butter.
When the turnips arc tender, drain
them and beat to a pulp, with one
mall tcaspoonful of salt, a llttlo pep
per and ono tablespoonful of butter.
Spread a layer of tho turnips cmthe
bottom of a buttered baking dUn, then
a layer of gfiiyure cheese cut Into
shavings nnd a light sprinkling of dry
white bread crumbs. Fill tho dish In
the order earned, cover the top with
crumbs and bits of butter, and brown
In the oveq.
flow to Stew Cnoamliers.
Tcel and cut In quarters rather large
cucumbers and boll' them In water to
their level, slightly saltod, until tender.
Drain, dip each piece Into a good
brown gravy; put Into a saucepan;
pour some moro gravy over It and cook
to slightly reduce Ave minutes more.
Hair to Stow Carrots.
scraiKMl and well cleaned sum
rrots of medium size nnd out
o long, slender finger lengths,
them In n stowpan with butter
ery little salt; cover and let
mm In their own Juice till tru
ing n little bioth or water If
roino dry. Sprinkle n dusting
over them, and IS minutes be
vlng add n mince of parsley
es and the grated rind of a
id toss well with them.
How to Cook fruit.
tcaspoonful of soda to every
very acid fruit will lessen the
of sugar icqulred to sweeten It
Ulug, and It will not Injure the
to Mitke l'nmpkln Salad.
) a pumpkin lu Bmall pieces,
1: In honey which previously
put In a weak isolation of lime
Take theisllced pumpkin from
cy, stir a tittle, then add raw
seed, raisins, almonds and a
pineapple. Chop all these In
Is fine, and a llttlo ground cln-
and wine. Arraugo tastefully
dJSPKijind jseeb, ,
It Toole, So IlerSnld, Very Little
Captain B. W. Morgan, every Inch a
Welshman himself, likes to tell this
story when there Is another Welshman
In hearing: HciwcLt home to dinner
one day nnd found a paper hanger at
work In the house, lie asked the time,
and Captain Morgan told htm It was
"I guess I'll knock off nnd go home
to dinner then," the paper hanger re
marked, 'Stnj .-and eat with us," tho captain
i a! J, uiri'tuc Invitation was accepted.
Cnji n!n Mor;:-,:i v. is attenthc to bis
gi.co. ! i hi!, (uf tu t:l. lie had a
p.'o.'.Io-y.-i., . - 'ir. l j inplnlu liclp
I'lhiriiuj rMlii 1 1 i :1 times, un
til nt l--t I ,.ttv) hoc cmloslty to see
Just how uueh tlio fellow would ent
without crjJng enough. Tho game was
growing quite Inteiestlng when tho fel
low begnu to show signs of quitting.
"Will you lmu some of tho plum
pudding?" tho enptulu. naked hlui to re
vive his falling nppetltc
"No, tliauks." hu replied, "le had
enough, I think."
"Oh, take n small piece of tho pud
ding!" tho captain urged. "It's genu
ine English plum pudding and home
made nt that."
"Well, I don't mlud trying It," ho
The captain helped hlui to a section
of tho pudding weighing about n
pound, und he ate It with much relish.
Then ho shoved his ehnlr away from
tho table and leaned back for an after
"I'm not much of an eater," he said,
not noticing the smile on the captain's
face, "It takes ery little to satisfy
me. Siiy, you ought to see the Welsh
"Are they hearty eaters?" asked tliu
"Ileaity enters?" repeated the fel
low. "Say, they eat like n lot of hogs."
IT WAS GENUINE.
The Slcnnlnro nf William Shnkm
penre Thnt Ailiiilrnl I.nco Ilml,
At tho time of the New Orleans, ex
position, lu the winter of 18S-1-5, Ad
miral I.uco wan In command of the
north Atlantic squadron nnd was sent
down thete to add to the gaiety of
nations, which no other old sendog
could do better than lie. I'pon hs ie
turn the flagship wns anchored lu New
Yoik bay, where It was islted by
ninny people. One day a party came
aboard which Included ifmong others
n very pretty girl and a very dignified
and learned Englishman. As Admli.il
I.uco was entertaining them lu his
cabin lie asked the pretty girl If shn
would like to see tin original autograph
of William Shakespeare.
At this the dignified nnd learned
Kugllshuinu pricked up his cars ami
remarked that he had made n study of
the autographs of Shakespeare nnd
was positive there was no authentic
example In'Amcrlcn. Admiral Luce re
plied that he was very positive his was
authentic and that Its genuineness had
never been questioned. This made the
Britisher quite mad, and ho delivered
a lecture on tho fraudulent autographs
and manuscripts that were brought
over to America and exhibited as orig
inals. "Well," replied the admiral, "1 mil
convinced that my nutograph of Wil
liam Shakespeare is genuine, and 1
am going to have the plcasuie of show
ing It'to this young lady." Wheretip
on lie went to his desk, took out Ids
visitor's book, turned back a few pages
and then pointed out the signature,
"William Shakespeare, mayor of New
Orleans, Jan. la, 1S&." Tho English
man gave a painful gasp and rctlred.
The Clever Itomsras.
It,secnis qullosurprlslng thnt the an
clcnTltomnus did not nequlro tho art of
printing with movnblo types, Inasmuch
as they came so very near to It, They
had wooden blocks carved with words
In reverse, by means of which they
stamped those words on pottery, while
the latter was ns yet unbaked nnd soft.
Incidentally It may bo mentioned that
they knew tho modern method of
mending broken pots by means of riv
ets, aud many pieces of pottery thus
restore have leen dug up.
In ancient Home there was ono dally
newspaper, which was written entirely
by hand. Fuithenuorc the Ilomnu sen
ate had a publication which corre
sponds to Tho. Congressional Record,
being a report 6f tho dally ptoccedtUKS
of that Important legislate e body. It
likewise was w,rltten by baud. Speak
ing of baked clay, ono might mention
the fact that tho Utile boys of Rome
2,000 years nnd more ngo 'were accus
tomed to pInyknucMo down with mar
bles of that uiuteilnl Just as children
Modern Medicine says that goat's
milk, eontiary to the gpnoiul Impres
sions, 'dlffcra from cow's milk not In
being 'more digestible, but lu being
less digestible mid less nutritious, al
though It contains n larger umoiiut of
Solid mutter than cow's milk, it Is
Indeed the most Indigestible of all
Goat's milk has a peculiar and un
pleasant odor and flavor, due to ulrclc
acid or blrcluc. It contains an excess
of fat and Is therefore altogether too
rich for an lfants diet.
Udtsou's' -Exhibit nt I'nrts.
Mr. Edlsou has consented to make a
special exhibit of his elect! leaf inven
tions at the I'arLs exposition next jtmt.
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