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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 10m '
HALL RECORDS
FOR ATTENDANCE AT
DEMONSTRATORS AT PURE FOOD SHOW
Cooking Expert Gives
Recipe for Chicken Pie
PURE FOOD EXHIBITS
More Housewives Visit Domestic
Science Show Here Than in
Any Other City.
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j Washington housewives have shatter
fed all records fort attendance at tho
"Westfleld Domestic Science and House
hold Appliance Exposition, whleh Is bo
tins: held at the Arcade Auditorium,
'Fourteenth "street and Park road, un
der the auspices of The Washington
Times.
Officials dnd ticket takers at tho ex
position said today the number of spoe-
'tatora and cooking school students was
'larger yesterday and Monday than It
liad been In any other city whore tho
exposition had been held.
At the cooking school, conductod by
Vrot. and Mrs. Sherwood P Snyder,
evcral score students at Washington
educational Institutions were observod
yesterday paying the closest attention
i to the leoturers and making copious
notes In books which they brought with
them. Prof, and Mrs. Snyder seemed
highly gratified over tho presence of tho
college girls and tho fact that thoy
made notes on the lectures. This, Prof.
Snyder said, proved that the girls and
housewives, who also made notes, were
genuinely Interested and that the ex
position was fulfilling Its educational
mission.
How Science Is Applied.
The subject of yesterday's lecturo was
"The Science of Baking." It was Illus
trated by the mixing of the Ingredients
nf bread, cake, and pastry In tho model
kitchen by Prof, and Mrs. Snyder be
fore the eyes of the spectators. The
baking was also done In the model
'kitchen and the products exhibited to
the housewives and girls present.
During the course of his lecture. Prof.
Snyder said:
"To apply science to nnythlna means
certain rules and methods whereby suc
cess is guaranteed Failures ar" im-posj-lble.
Science can bo applied to the
preparation of foods, cnuallv as much
and to the wme advantaeo thirt It can
be In working any machine- or li.atru-
nent.
"To make the nutomelille the nin.lern
mechanic has to apply science, lively I
part In tho mnnhin" must be In exnet
j.roport!on. Every pnit must be adjuct
,ed to oxaene.s. Tho material.-, ontir-
mi; mio me construction ot me ma- i
m jne mut no oc n iUHilty te carry tho
'strain demanded ot them.
"Tho same rule-! npplv cnuill.' In tre
baking of a loof of cuke or biea I. the
roasting of n. piece of meat when 'x
nctness Is ik ressary When n w mian
Val'es a cake she nw?t J-now the ncees
ary Ingredient!-. She should unricr
rtand how test to combine those In
jiTedlents and should cm; loye pact
measurements and rcflpcs rjomr-iIel In
nccorriarce wit)' the law- of physliul
chcmlRtry. I'.y olwr' Inr the.se her work
will bo er.unlly successful today. a it i
van yeatordaj. or at any previous time
A Bit Sarcastic.
"Few women realize Hint there is a
jv)sslblllty of obtaining fixed rpsultn In
preparing foods. For example most
Vomen when they are baUlnc a cake
express a hope that they will hac
pood luck. If tlir have Rood rake,
.they have good luck if thry liaw
jioor cake they have poor IupU -h1
k'ake, sad heart, and the dilution have
indlKestlon."
Prof. Snyder was a bit Fariistlo
when ho reached this part of his talk
9le advised that If n woman produced
"ggy. douprhy over rich. Indigestible
oake, she Minnlcl slve it to her cliil
tiren, for to throw 11 into the Karbage
can would be ctrancance
"Don't Rive this mess to your dog
or cat," said Mr Snvder, "It might
Jilll them. If you want to be econom
ical, give it to our lo.s ami gills,
because It will not do nn moie than
en line Indigestion, pave the wa for
futuio ill health which perhaps can
be remedied by a few dollarv worth
of medicines, doctors or the unilti
tnker Since there aic around 50.000
doctors In the United States to iup
lort, mothers might i . well do their
lai t In supporting them
For Health and Morality.
"I am deeply sj mpathetic and my
i hole heart is in the work of aiding
inollieis In producing strong, noimal
bovs and girls. I am not a ploslcal
(iiltuiiFt, but I do believe In human
I'lturo, and normal men and women.
A noimal man is a man strong in hod
nd mind and with a clean, high con
ic ptton of life the man with tienR
irif-eies and puru blood coiiinlng
throng)' his arteries This is the man
ihai cts tho mokt out of life and
,lves tho most to the world
"It U not the body alone In which
p arc concerned, but the mind and
-i til ai well, and we should aim to de-
-lop a perfer i human being When
these three natures are normally rle
i e'ciped, thej turnlsh the best speci
mens of manhood and womanhood
v hen ono of these natures Is affected
o' disposed, the other two aie also
through their svmpathetlc relation
ship, and all must suffer through
fa.uU of one.
'Poods In mv opinion are tho pre-
ailing influence which ui round the
physical health and moialitv I be
lieve that a man's body is In a healthv
condition when evei v organ is per
forming Its function normullv, when
tho ellmViative channels are not
hampered n their duties and when
Hie body Is free from toxic poison
und impurities man Is not so suscepti
ble to be greatlj influenced
Result of Careless Cooking.
"W e know that a Inrue percentage of
the diseases from which mankind sut
lers arc the result of careless rooking
nnd wrong feeding and we are nerfectlv
Im-tilled in mi vlntf that more drunkards
aie made in mothers' kitchens than In
thr saloon
To some It mav seem a harsh and
j ash statement but it is a lecoirnlzed
fart that when a man's digestion is dls
liii bed to an extent that it affects and
hinders the normal functions of Ills hodv
nnd disturbs mentality he is mpie In-
In Ml to seek the stimulus of alcohol
"Mipv trood parents do not realize that
in -('ic lues used In sickness more esne
pmIIv the patent kinds, are often of a
nati re to implant in the child an un
cpiiniiernble appetite for liriuor.
F arcnts are nbundaiitlv liistifleil in
clvtnir deep reflection to this condition
(i ml governing themselves accordlimlv.
Primer nourishment will save innnv a
bo and clrl from an alcoholle's crave,
and the time to start Is now. in the
home anil In the kitchen "
Motion Pictures Attract.
The fice inovinc pictures and demon
r tr,.tions at the scores of attractive pure
fond booth? dmliiK which hundreds of
It ii, rb of saninlcs were distributed, at
li.u ted a canacltv audience to the even
Inn uerformance
TV co to the expopillon Is to retuin
lio-iie with a headful of new und vain
nh e Ideas on the selection of food
efiiiklnE and eating and an armful of
Mn-r'rs booklets recipe hooka, and
in pf.il literature.
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Today's roclpos as prepared by Hher
wood Snyder, who lectures at The Times
Pure Food Hliow, at the Arcade, give
a good old dinner dish chicken pie a
vegetable salad, and thc manner of
making cream fondant, the base of many
candles In addition there Is included
n. recipe for mayonnaise dressing, for
this or other salads. The recipes as
prepared for the tooltlng school arc as
follows:
Chicken Pic.
Dress and cut up one chicken as for
frying, put Into kettle or steamer and
cook until tender. Season with salt
when about half done Iay the pieces
In a baking dish, add enough watet
to the stock to make one pint, thicken
with ono rounding tablespoon of flour
stirred smooth with cold water and
pour over the chicken. Make biscuit
dough over recipe for Southern bis
cuit, roll out to one Inch In thickness,
and cover tho chicken. Bake In a me
dium hot oven
Vegetable Salad.
One-half cupful shredded cabbage,
one cupful eclerj. cut In small pieces,
two pimentos cut In small pieces, ono
red apple cut In cubes, one-half en
velope granulated gelatine, one cupful
boiling water, one-quarter cupful
vinegar, one-fourth cupful sugar, one
half teaspoouful salt.
Hoak the gelatino In old water live
minutes Add boiling water, vinegar,
sugar, and salt. Allow It to chill un
til It begins to congeal, then add
remaining ingredients. Turn into
mold first dipped In cold water and
chill. Itemovc from mold to bed of
letturc or encjlve and serve with maj
onnalBe dressing
Mayonnaise Dressing.
Two yokes, one cupful oil, two tra
spoonfuls vinegar, one-half teaspoou
ful salt
Add the salt to the vinegar. Best
the yolks well, then add the oil grad
ually, beating rapidly all the time. As
it becomes stiff thin with a few drops
of the vlnegai at frequent Intervals.
Cream Fondant.
Five cupfitls granulated sugar, one
and one-half cupftils water, ono table
spoonful vinegar
J'ut the sugar and wnter into tho
kcttlp and place over a hot fire. Stir
with a spoon or paddle until thc sugar
Is dissolved, then wipe down the sides
of the kettle with n damp cloth and
1 see that every granule of sugar Is re
moved from t:ie sides of the kettle.
When the sugar begins to boll, add the
I vinegar and put the thermometer in,
1 having previously wnrmed it. The
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syrup Is boiling and thc syrup must
not be stirred nfter it begins to boll.
The bulb ,tf the thermometer must be
entirely covered hence tho necessity
of selecting a kettle In which the syrup
will be sufficiently deep. If a dark:
' scum forms on the surface, wall until
I it collects in one spot and then remove
ilt with a spoon being careful not ti
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uisiuru iii' fwup iicii liii" iiit-i-mometcr
registers 2V deciecs. or when
the syiup will spin a long thread, lift
the kPttle from the tire and pour tne
syrup on i marble slab, heavy plttter
or oiled pan placed In water contain
ing Ice. Allow It to cool until It feels
slightly warm to thc buck of tho hand!
then begin to work with n stiff knlfn
or scrapor, and keep working It until it
becomeri smooth and creamy and n
Utile later tump Into a solid lump of
sugar. But when this Is worked It wl'l
become soft and smooth. This fondant
can be kept In n. clored Jar and used
as a bane for many candies and Icings
Catarrh of
the Stomach
A Pleasant, Simple, But Safe and
Effectual Remedy For It.
TIIIAI. PACKAUK MAILED I-'nBE.
Catarrh of the stomach Is consid
ered practically Incurable. The symp
toms are a bloating sensation aftf
eating, accompanied sometimes with
sour or water risings, formation of
gases, causing prcssuie on heart and
lungs, and difficult breathing, head
aches, fickle appetite, nervousness and
general played-out feeling.
MbPSP
"(.re, I Can Hard I Wait for This
Hlrh Nntip to Cooll And to Think That
I Wouldn't Mnr Pared Kat It Before
I Ilegnn Using .Stuart'a Dyspepsia
'ralilets!"
Most druggists know that Stuart's
D.VKpepsia Tablets have relieved more
people of catarrh of the stomach, indi
gestion, heartburn and run rlown con
dition generally than all the patent
medicines and doctors' prescriptions.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
simplest and most convenient remedv
for indigestion, catarrh of the stom
ach, biliousness, sour stomarh, heart
burn and bloating after meals
Get a 50c box from your druggist,
or send coupon below today for a free
trial package.
Free Trial Coupon
1 A. Stuart Co., 1ZZ Munrt Build
ing, Xnrslnill, Mich., send me a
once a free trial package of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets.
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City State
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Dr. Mary Walker Pleased
With Pure Food Exhibit;
Says It Is "Wonderful"
li Maiy W.ilkei, wearing her silk
hat i' nil altiied in masculine gnrb, was
an lntei estnd spectatoi at tho Wrsllleld
Domestic .Science and iioiuehold Ap
pliance x.xpohltlou at the Arcade Audi
tot turn estcrday
She Informed the officials of the ex
position that she was deeply interested
In the pure food campaign, and was
escoi ted tliroueh the hall, visiting all
of ihe doinor.stintion booths and "the
Chamber ot llorroi
After viewing the exhibits and wnteh
1111; the demonstrations Or Walkei con
gratulated the officials of the exposi
tion on Its scopo nnd wonderful ed
iiucatioual value She then signified
her willingness to get upon thc platfoim
and make a' speech on preparedness, but
us this would have interrupted the cook
ing school and demonstrations, her of
fei was declined.
Among other visitors of note at the
exposition last night was Frank Gowell,
M'pretary of the Xatlonal Oanncrs' As
sociation, who manifested ereat Interest
in the moving pictures, particular)!
those dealing with the canning industry
of Justice lias dee'ded that no further.
proceedings win be. tnKen against tne
directors and officers of the company.
Do Your Teeth Cause You Pain?
If they do you should see us for Instant relief Our dentists are
careful and gentle ln treating all patient's teeth Isn't that the
kind of dentist you want to do your dental work? Don't worry
about pain; we won't hurt you ask any one If this Isn't so.
KltKK EXAMINATION AND ADVICE TO ALL.
P jm mjrtwm$ixtm Easy Payment Terms to All
S mW$MME$mtSct of Teeth $5'00 up
J mlrTryPGold Fillings 75c up
LLAL J i J , ), m f Silver Fillings 50c up
$5 A SET $5 Gold Crowns ...$3, $4, $5
Dr. Smith Dentists (Inc.)
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W.
Over People's Drug Starr. Open Dnily. S a.m. to 8 p.m. Snnrlny.
0 to H. Hcferrnce, Second ntlnsal Ilnnk. I.ady Attendant.
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-MISS GRACE MAYNARD.
-MISS HAZEL KASHNER.
ALL THIS WEEK
JACOBS and JERMON'S
LATEST BURLE!
Today's Program.
1 p. m. Doors open.
2:15-3:45 Cooking school.
Lecture, "The Westfield
Standard," by Sherwood P.
Snyder. Recipes demon
strated: Chicken pie, white
bread. vegetable salad,
( mayonnaise dressing, cream
fondant.
8 to 9 Educational motion
pictures.
11 Pure food show and house
hold appliance exposition,
except betwean 5 and 7 p. m.
Discuss Indian Myths.
Tho myths of tho To Indians were
discussed before the members of the
AnthropoloKlcnl Society of tho District
at the Public I.lbrarv last evenlnK bv
Or Truman Mtchelson. of the Bureau
of American Ethnology William 11.
Habcock also read a paper on pre
t'olumblan notices ot American ubo-liKines
To Elect Officers.
Officers will be elected by the Colum
bian Debating Society of Georfte Wash
ington I'ntverslty at n meeting ln New
Masonic Temple Friday night
Chevy Chase Meeting.
A meeting of the Citizens' Association
of Chevy Chase, D C , will be held '
at th" Chevy Chase bchool this even
ing at S o'clock W M Steuart. presi
dent of the association, will preside '
Matters of vital importance to Chevy j
LllUflC uiiu vii uiiy Will Ul UUIinillUIE'U
Shore Line Planned.
ATLANTIC CITY. Feb 2-1'wo boats
dally to and from New York, making
the tilp in six hours for a round trip
fare of J3.50, are planned when the In
let entiance H deepened to twenty feet
to admit of latge passenger craft
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Public Opinion Indorses
this family remedy by making its sale larger than that
of any other medicine in the world. The experience of
generations has proved its great value in the treatment
of indigestion, biliousness, headache and constipation
EECHAM'S PILLS
relieve these troubles and prevent them from becoming serious ills bjr ,
promptly clearing wastes and poisons out of the digestive system. ,
They strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the
bowels. Mild and harmless. A Droven famiW remedy, unequalled
For Digestive Troubles
Urtut 3.1. of Adt MJicln. ia Ui WorlH.
Sold Trybr. la bost, 10c, 25c
Farcical Travesty
Muff raedte Convention 2016
HEADED BY
HARRY K. MORTOMST
ZELLA RUSSELL,TheWafrhiinston
JOE EMERSON, The Eccentric Tramp
AWfc-
JUNE MILLS, The Comedienne of the Day

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