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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 29, 1912, Image 7

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Washington, May 29. Man
I agers of the 'presidential cam
paigns today made tlje following
claims of delegates to the national
conventions, on the basis of re
turns up to noon:
Republicans. '
Delegates in convention.".. 1,076
Necessary to choic'e. .1 539
Claimed for Taft. ..... T. . -579
..Claimed for Roosevelt 537
Conceded to Taft by Roose
velt managers 185
Conceded to Roosevelt by
" Taft managers '. . 422
Instructed for LaFollette. 36
Instructed for Cummins . . 10
Contested by Taft man
agers 20
Contested by Roosevelt
managers 182
Uninstructed 122
Does not include ' pledges
' which Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's
campaign manager, claims to
have from uninstructe,d delegates
or from delegates pledged to
other candidates, but who have
declared their intention to switch
to Roosevelt. With these, Dixon
claims a score more thah neces
sary to nominate."
Delegates in convention. ..1,094
-Necessary to choice.". .."... 729
Claimed for Clark.'. . : 431
Claimed for Wilson. ". .,.'... 353
v Conceded toClark "by Wil
son managers -266
Conceded to Wilson- by
Clark managers ...'.. 160
Claimed for Harmon '42
Instructed for Marshall. . . . 30
Instructed for Foss . , 36
Instructed for Baldwin 14
Instructed for 'Underwood . . 82
Instructed for Burke 10
Uninstructed. 150
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Orange Pudding.
Mix together 2 eggs, beaten
separately, 1 cup milk, J4 CUP
melted, butter and 3 cups flour,
with which. has been sifted 2
large teaspoons baking powder.
Prepare and cut into tiny pieces
4 oranges and '-beat into the bat
ter. Add yi cup sugar, beat well
and pour into x buttered pudding
pan.- Bake. Serve hot with the
following-hot sauce Mix J cup
butter with 1 cup granulated
sugar and pour' over it y cup
boiling water. WHen this is
thoroughly mixed "beat into it the
stiffly-beaten whites of 3 eggs,
and the juice of 2 oranges and J
lemon. Beat with egg-whip until
foamy, and serve piping hot.
Cracker Jack.
Boil 3 tablespoons molasses,
1 tablespoon butter, x2 cup sugar,
1-3 cup water and J4 teaspoon
salt together until it spins, th'en
pour-it over the popped corn. Stir
well as it -is being 'poured over
the corn so as to have each grain
coated with the syrup.
Cook together 'cup sugar, J
cup milk, cup molasses and 1
cup gratdd "chocolate or cocoa,
stirring-of fen, uatil a little drop-
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