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TIIR BmifiNOTON VUKtt PKHRS AND TDfK: THURSDAY, FhUKrAllY "27, l!0:j.
j been protesting against the bill nnd po
TARIFF BILLS TO
BE READY APRIL 1
litical lines In the light arc drawn in
Mr. Wilson had little lFitlolinl busllirv(
licfurn hliii to-day. lie will lie at tin
Htnto House to-morrow for his lust work
ing 1a.v. On Saturday ho will attend tho
Inauguration ceremonies horn of his sue
cessor, James Fielder, president of Hie
Governor Wilson sent to tho IIoii.o tills
afternoon a special message urging the
passago of .tho Jury commission bill.
Shortly afterward tho House by a vole
of II to 31 refused to tnl(o up the hill out
of Hh regular order but later tho measure,
cume up In the regular way when Mr.
Mai tin, demorr.it,' said ho had some
amendments to proposo and aslied that
the bill go over until to-morrow. This
was ngieul to by practically a unanimous
Bryan, McAdoo, Burleson and
Daniels Certain, Say High
Wilson Announces Date on Which
Extra Session of Congress
Will Be Called.
TWO PLACES ARE UNSETTLED
MEETS GENERAL APPROVAL
FOUR MEMBERS OF
locthals under Consideration for
Secretary of War Agricul
tural Department Other
nihlliKt n. Feb. 20. li 'i positively
Jtated to-night In high congressional
nuaitcrs. closely identified with the ln
t mlnp ndmlnlstMtlon or 1'rosldeiit AVI1
cm, that the fol'imlng eablnet appolnt
imts h.i'l beta ovilultely determined:
S. crctnr of rtato-Wiiilum J' Hry.m of
Sccrctorj of the ti. .wury-Wllllnni G.
icAdoo of N' w Yo: k
Postm. tc -gi neral Albert B., Emloson
Secret' ry of the nRVy Josophua Daniels
?i North Carolina.
r, fort";.!. as names nnd positions are
j, Kl t b.ivc advanced entirely beyond
llu t. , f ron.1ec.turo or gossip, nnd to
bsve Jt j.im nnulltlos In tho forthcoming
r v. I.st Other places In the cabinet
1 t -ic reasonably settled with the
' i o' the portfolios of war and
a- e "f Representative A. Mitchell
.'j'la, which has been proml-
mnt toned in connection with the
y g. i ernlship, Is now definitely
e 'm r H appears that a eablnet po-
stuh" iva tmdircd to Mr. Palmer nnd
de U el, the expectations being that ho
v,. i d r uinlii In tno House of Ilcprescn
t l is to in; in a sense the pciv.ou.il
re'irn-i rt.itivo of Mr. Wilson In the lm
pi.rtat.t legislation about to bo formulat
cl This Dl m was carried lino partial
ixecuton late to-day when the announce
ment of It. prcselitatlve Hurl, son that he
would re the position of chairman
of thr drtnoi ratic caucus at an early day
was coupled with the announcement by
nTousc U.idcrs that Mr Palmer would
f, lcrecd as chuirinan of the chucus
Oilier names which havo been prnm
Jiu ntly mentioned for the nttorney
jrenr ralshlp, but which are now defi
nitely eliminated from this or other
f ii bluet portfolios, aio Chancellor
Walker of Now Jersey and Hcpresent
nt'i'c He nry of Texas.
Information from certain sources
J I" ,'ssur.nic " that fid. George W.
" lethal rhlrf engineer and chairman
5' the P. hi. una canal commission, Is
i r i tr . unslilorat ion for secretary of
n r Some ' lose friends of the lncnm
! administration have felt that a
n err shoul 1 to- chosen ai head of the
unr drnartmeiit In view of tho local
nnestlrn hvolveil relating to the
"anatna i an il, the I'hillppines and
itlicr Important matters and they
"lit t " the line of lawyers who have
i t department, such as Knot.
" ' ' ison nnd Stlnison. Colonel
f imllinrlty with the Pnn-
it Is declared however, has
.rominonco in consideration
' 1 's
Threatens to Come Back as Presi
dent and Fight for Jury
' ion, S J-, Feb. f..
Wllsjn warned the
Iiresidctit of the United
feu privllepred to come
members of tho
to-nlKht that as
States 'he would
bad; even as
early as next week to llsht before tho
people of tho Stati, for pending reforms.
Mr. Wilson resigned the governorship
In-day to taki effeet on .Saturday. Uoth
hr srs h.vl hli'dlv roelved his notlco
if resignation when the asi-emhly went
on record by an overwhelminc: voto
f;alnst pushing the J.iry reform hill from
Jrs' to S( ond reodliic Thlj hill had
li-on urp'd particularly by Mr. WIIhoii
In h's mfEsnsres. It would take awav
(ml power to draw JnHif from th"
l)i ilCiB, lodylm; it with a commission ap
pointed bv the Kovornor of tho Htate.
Mr Alison's orlcrlnnl pronoal waK that
the chief JutKn of the supremo conn
ii ipolnt mch a commission, but In his
c nferctici v .t'i dnmociatlc memboru oi
the r.etrHnture recently, the latter pro-pos-d
nnd f'nai '- H was asroed Hint the
Jry eomrols 'or. aiipolnttd by the
Mr AVH"1 r r frard3 to-day's de lop.
incoti as a breieh of party dlsclplln
b Uevi mor. over, that the principle iti
j j.iticf In this ountry is at Make In
I i prof - of i-clectint? Juries ntirt ho
IJ'rs tKe iP'Jito ro tnl th it ho dn-'-rcd
tbat soon after his inauguration
h' might deliver hovcral speeches on this
D;C t hc-for' the people of northern New
j i , in it i r whoso nsiemhlymen voted
n t if t ..iir. i th,, (lovernor to-day.
Yci, It 'ooks ns If tho bill were la .it
er." sail Mr. Wilson to-ulKht, "but ,t
Inr L i In. It i perfectly well known
ti t 'f. 'icr.sons who arc exertlntr pros
m i r t(o r.olsdntitre to defeat this bill
sir thoi who wish lo control Brand
Juries beenusi they want to hi oak thu
law .in 1 1 the people' of the State will un
il r uinU tl'at abundantly before I f,'et
t' r iKh with It "
The fiovernoi was asked If ho would
Hieak In Jersey City from whoso assem
bbmen proceeds his chief opposition.
1 1 would not !,urp:ls me In the least,"
reyilrd Mr Wilson. "J can do It as presi
dent of I to fnlted Btates Juft as Well,
Mr Wilson said that If the Jury reform
bill wen defetitod he would ronsl'lfr that
he twib booitid to speak In Uio primary
campaign next fall nealnst tlioso nc
Komblvmon seekn renomlnatlon wlio had
Voted axilnst tho meOAure.
' he Governor's declarations cauned a
fl irv or ix'itemeiit In political circle.-'.
BRICK HOUSE BY MAIL.
sr.v .Itiiiellini Mnnuf ncturcr Helps
'Vest the Parcel Pimt.
Iitcx .1 unction. Feb. . H. U. Hrury
of tho Drury Hrlck & Tile company sent
by parcel post this moinltiK a brick of
local manufacture lo ho used In build
lnp; a hilck house at tho Coliseum, Clii
oaiio, durlnB tho Clay Products exposition
which Is to bo held February 31 to March
S. This brick will bo ono of rr,,nno sent
by parceljposijtroni every l-ck plant In thu
United StatcM to be used m the construc
tion of this house, which will bo Klven
away and ie-erectod after tho o-posltlon.
The Idea was originated to test tho
merits of tho pircel poit system. A i co
ord will be kept of each 1-rlck from tho
time It Is mailr 1" until It Is delivered
111 Chicago In order to see how speedily
Undo Sam can deliver a brick hoiiso by
Georpo T. Graves of the Queen City
Hrlck A: Stone company, Wlnnoskl, also
sent a brick of his manufacture to Chi
cago by parcel post to-day.
DRINKING AND SMOKING
IN U. S. BREAK RECORDS
cluarc ind cb
tOb.u 10 til 111
Fib. IS. Americans are
whlskov, smoking more
sin cites and chewing more
ever before In history, no
rm ding to latest tax returns to ltayol
Cnbel. commissioner of Internal revenue.
From July to February the nation bus
consumed fil.fmO.Otf) gallons of whiskey, an
increase of K.kjo.H") gallons en or the i o -lesponding
period the previous year; V
SHu.Kia.OiHi elgai ottos, nn increase of 2.i"A
0,"o". -t,MO.iio,Ooo clgais, an Increase of
2yK,iin, anil SdO.COo.'iW) pounds of smok
ing and chewing tobacco, nn increase if
12,(vi,(kn) iounds. These are reenrd-broa!.-Ing
In addition, diinkers'of beer aio resum
lng their Mrlde. During tho fiscal ye-101-,
the consumption of beer fell off nia
tcilalh, but for the first seven months of
the curt cut fiscal year the people of the
United States have drunk S.MI.W har
ries, an linnuise of 1.SW-00 barrels over
lest yi .ii.
Driiiki is, smokers and chewers are thui
enriching thefcderalgo ernment. Internal
rovonuo taxes from July 1 to date are
S12,r,oii,'i greater than any previous rec
ord for a similar period.
Caucus of Democratic Members
of House March 5 Is Expect
ed to Confirm .Hold-over
Washington, Feb. ;)
CANDIDATE OF G. A. R. MEN
Comrades Induce Colonel Itanium In
Itun lor Depnrlmelil Ciiillliinnilrr.
Iiemilngton. Feb. - Col. Thomas Hun
non. siipi'ilntendent of tho Vermont
Soldiers' Home, at the solicitations ot
comrades In various parts of tho State,
has decided to become a candidate tor
the office of department commander at
the comlnv encampment of the depait
menl of Vermont G. A. H. Colonel Han
non serve. 1 three years In Co K 'Mb
legiment, enlisting ns private and was
miisteied cut as a sergeant. His subse
qui nt record In the G. A. It., in the
Vor nont militia, and tinw for many years
as mm nrtendent if the Soldiers' Hume
Is u. II known and will commend him
tu 1 - intrudes.
I.v nn Mass., have not one
honi" uhere girls corking for
palatli!- may find comtortablo
Inn a scries ot them. Tho first one va
eslanlishid in a innovated building nnd
cost about '0,'ia. Several societies havo
co-operated to secure the money for these
Miss Miriam Hubbaid, a student of the
Univfi'slty of Michigan, who Is a daugh
ter of Elbert Hubbard, Is considered one
of tho most perfectly beautiful girls of
the aire, she is very fond of outdoor
spoils, ami especially of walking, livery
morning she may bn seen in sboit tweed
Milt and heavy shoes on the campus
ready lor In r walk, or Just returning from
fthxrifla from many of tho counties hadjniary 27,
session of Congress, which President- j
elect Wilson to-day announced wotil 1 I
be called to meet April 1, will dud a '
number of tariff bills tendy for Its I
Immediate consideration and other !
general policies mapped out for the
new administration. The date receiv
ed general approval in Congress.
The letter from Hemocratle Lender
Fiidorwood upon which Mr. Wilson
based his decision to convene the ses- i
slon April 1 was sent after members
of the ways an 1 moans committee had
agreed that It would bo possible to j
perfect several of the, tariff bills b '
that time. Members of the committee j
to-day predicted that those measures .
would consume loss than a month In
passing tho House and that there !
would bo no marked division of opln-
Inn In the committee over the propnr- i
atlou of any of the bills. i
Tho caucus of democratic House j
members March S Is expected to con -
llrm to servo again all or the bold-
over democrats now on the wavs and 1
means commmtttee, and to fill
democratic v.n ancles cause 1 by
retirement of Senator-elect James
Itepresentittlves Uandell of Texas
Hrantley of Georgia.
An Income tax bill Is being p cp.iied I
bv Representative Hull of Tennessee and
will probably tie ono of the enrly measures
intioduced In the House.
Whether the currency queiiion will be
taken up remains a question 'I'on urlch
members of both houses are In doubt
Senate democrat, prominent in the re
organization movement, are now can
vassing the puliation with a lcw to
calling a caucus within a short time to
bring matters to a climax.
The plan now outlined, to v hieh it I
claimed pledges of support have been
secured from more than a majority ot
democrats In th" next Senate, i anient
plates the selection of Senator Kern of
Iidlana as perman"nt chairman of the
caucus; the distribution of 'mpoitaut com
mittee places "qultably among demon nts,
leaving the older senator? In etntiol of
the chairmanship- to whl"h s-nlority
woubl entitled tlv m, and a change "of
the conference committee" methods so
that the loading members of committees
shall not dominate tno small confeienee
committees that settle diffeiincos between
the two houses over bills that base passed.
CONGRESS GOOD TO VERMONT
I'eilei al IIiiIIiIIiirm ill Itieli fni-,1, St.
.loliiiiliiir.v mui llrnttleliorn Assured
I.lltler Will fnt SI 10,(10(1.
The Kqual Suffrage League of St.
Louis has offffered a prize of S2Z for tho
best sulfrago poster to bo used during
tho coming two roars' campaign. Tho
potter must bear the league slogan:
-eii.il rag..- lor .Missouil, 131-1." It muM
present tho purpose of tho campaign, and
accent the club color, yellow. Tho com
puting design will bn exhibited In the
parlors of tho St. I-ouls Artists' guild at
the close of the contest nnd a popular voto
lal i n to decide the winner.
Washington, Feb. "5. Veiniont lias
faied well dating the present session of
Congress, nn less than three new public
buildings being assured, Including a cus
toms house and postolliiv at Itlchford, a
postofllce building at St. Johiisbtiry to
cost Jirm.ioi and a postofllce and l S. dis
trict couit building at Urattleboro, fot
which appmprlatlons totaling $li".n have
The last two building projects have
been followed closely by Itepresentatlvo
riumley, and aided by Senator Dilling
ham who Introduced nnd put the last
OoO bill through tho Senate Tor the lir.it
tloboro building. The original appropria
tion for this building was secured through
lormor Keptsentntivo Hasklns, but the
piojcct has been held up for the reason
that It was found that, through some
oversight, thu courthouse teetlon had
The necessity for these buildings is we'd
known In tho several localities, and all
will be line nddltiona to the State.
Permanent U. S. district couits will
now be held In lluillngton, Itutland,
Windsor and lirattleboro.
liuttleulturc opens a lino of woil; for
women tho possibilities of which were llt
th dreamed of a few years ago. Poultry
raising nnd the dairy have apii- alod to
woman for gonemtlons, but a specllic. lino
of horticulture! is much less complex. For
more than one administration a woman
near Washington, U C, supplied tbe
Whlti Houso with rare aster. An Imen
woman Is becoming known for her lino
inclines, while a woman in Kansas nip
piles the Kansas City market with white
asparagus. Tho western conat Is lined
Willi women who are raising hops, logan
brri !e.-, olives and oranges, uhllo the
lergr-t grower of Kngllsh walnuts In this
country Is a woman. What ono raises
matters little If the product Is or the
ItUTfXD PL'RCHASl.NYi AGIINT
Itutland, Feb. ai. Jumea il, kll
born of Portland. Me, Ik to bii'-cm; 1
A. E. Douglas oh purchasing; agent
of tho itutland rullroad, with head
quarters In this city. Mr. Kllboin
waH In Itutland to-iluy un 1 received
tho appointment Ho han ' been con
nected with the purchasing depart
ment of the Malnn Central railroad.
Mr. Douglas, after live years In Itut
land, goes March 1 to Cincinnati, Ohio,
to outer morenntlle business
tandem, Fob. S. Dr. Union, a brother
of I.udy Itoherl F. Scott, tho widow ol
the Antarctic explorer, ("apt. Hubert V.
Scult, received a wireless despatch from
his sister to-day saylug-.that she had
heard of her liusbnud'a death and that
sh was In good health. I.udy Scott Is
on board tho steamship Aoraiml which Is
din- to reach Wellington, N '.,, on Feb-
FEELS LIKE CELEBRATING.
$25 to $32.50 $15 to $20,00- $5 to
Goats toi Suits for Hats tor
9.90 6,98 $1.00
A splendid opportunity for women to invest $9.90, which
will buy a $25 to $32.50 coat to-day. These are the very latest
of this season's styles and are as good for next season's wear as
for now. Not to have admired these richly tailored coats at
their original prices means that you have not seen them, havo
not compared them with the best obtainable elsewhere at the1
same prices. 50 coats to select from; every one in the very best
taste and correct in style.
$15 to $20 Suits for $5 to $10 Hats for
If inir (axle run., lit n xtrlellr
iiinn-tallorcil, Miiiart-looUinc nult,
jiiii Mill find It here to-dny. Tlirse
suits lire of iiiiiiiiiiII lilgli ciiiiiI
ll.i fabric. Iiieltiillns durable mnn
nlsh block anil blue soruo. Mdrln
an- en I on graceful line.
TIicm liriiiillfiil lint arr soltf rr
JirilIeSK of profit remit dh-v of
Hull- mui fMilp1' Inlmr In trlm-
iulnu:t rruiinlii'NN of vnnt slinuox
nint inntri'lnN. All tliU vnr
slorlvN mil it slntrlr (nu(-f-N lc"
sluiM- In thv entire Int. Hrry hu(
N clean nnd liriKlit.
I i , J
I ! Ii
Special Sale of Coats
-Worth $15 to
$25.00 to $30.00
Suits AH New
and cr hits C'onilneteil
('bit kill .Mltue on 'I'liaf-t
iHr tcrambleil Kkrs)
llak.-il Jl.uaioni Sweet Sandu Icbet,
MaUttl Ham linked 1'utaliM-s
Tni'nlp, Stiuasli or Sweet I'otatuen
Silnacli or CabbiiKe
Ti nor O real Coffr.
illilillelinr.v (.'nllrKr Inl(es firailiind-H
to rorm .nnelatlon anil llnn(iiet.
.Mlddlehnry, Fob. 2.I. Oradnate.s of Mid
uicnury cniieKO Ilvlns In Vermont bave
licen Invited to attend a baniinet at
liatteii nan Friday ovenlni;, March 7. for
Hid iniriHise of orKanlzlriK a State, aliinmi
assorlation. 1'renldent John M. Tlinnias
of tho college In Hemline out tile Invlia-i
tloiin cnllH attention to the additional
JlS.sOn whUh vtil be received from the
State b the ri ent act of tho Legislature.
ThlH will make the total annual aji
pioprlation frorrf the State, after the llr.-t
day of next July, $2S,SdO. Tho npiorln-
tlon ibiubles tlie statu t-cliolarsblps, $2, VM),
beliiR lor thlx purpoHe nnd the balance of
tlO.too lor instruction lu ncnei.il huIi
jeets. In l!Wi the faculty consisted r nine
members, thero wero US ntudentH and the
Income of tho college was f:3,H, of which
tho .students paid Z,'IW. Now the profi-s-koi-h
and Insiructors number '3. therb are
ftudenl. Hie tiital Ineomn Is J70,"tS,
and the iiicunin I nun KtuilenU in $C'".. x.
Tho general Hlucatlon board fund of
JJoa.M)1) bus iieen paid lu, one-fourth of It
l.i In the (oninaKluin. one-fourth lu tho
chcinb-trv bulbl'mr, and (lmiii) in at wotU
nn endou nn nt.
Tim ja-utfraphlcal dlstTlbutlon of
btudunts U: from Vermont, men fii,
wi.inen ill, total 153; from MaKaachusetu,
men ;.', women S, total 1,7; fiom New
Vork, men 27, wonion 5, total .12; fiom
CoiiueL-tlcul, nifti 1.1, women li', total 27;
from New Hampshire, men is, women !it
total 21: from New Jersey, men 15, women
I: total lii; from Itliode Island, nu-ii
ftom Japan, men women 1, total 3,
from Delaware. Ohio, OMal'oina, Canada
and Tin Key one man eaeli, tjrnnd lolnl of
l3 men mui 1 17 women.
l.lma, rem. I'Vb. 2o.--Tlin reruvlan
cabinet, under the piomlar.ililp of (louarul
Klirlnmi Varolii iesli;neil ollleo lo-day as
n (.equel to thu Rlvlnn up of hN (inrlfollo
Ijv tho flnanco minister yesterday.
In bakinn a ham It seems inci-ss.iry to
havo a whole small one, as the cost for
fuel and the amount of added time and
labor hhoiil'l be made to provide, several
meals. The boiled li.iin can easily be a
knuckle or tin- top end, and may bo a
very cheap piece lor a small family, as
it -v 111 be piifi clly tender to the vary
laf.t part of the shin end while the bollinu
is a simple mater of little labor and com
parathely small amount of fuel, even if
a as ranee Is used, llete Is a simpln
recipe far baked bain, and one that will bo
nun i easily followed than mine others.
Wash the ham very cb-an, put it over
tin- fire In a kettle of cold water and let
slowly come to a boll; dimmer Jently one
ipiarter of an hour for each pei:uil the ham
WflKhts. Thin put llip kettle in the back
of tbe stole nnd leave tbe ham In the
water all nlKbt. dnsely covered. In the
nun nlnii. skin It laiefully, ttini into koocI
shape, and place It In a baklnif pan;
Iiiikk In a slow oven about throo hnurs,
then take It out and spread over It thickly
a mixture made of n cupful of bread
iriimbs and a imlf cupful of dark-biown
supar; dot It at rejfitlar Inten-als with
ilovis. Set It back In the oven Ions
t ikiiikIi to k t brown and ctlsp, and Just
liefnri reinoviiiK It, pour om i It a Klass
ful ol unfernienti d grapi hdeo or a
half cup of lemon Julio, If pi' lerred. In
stead of bread crumb and UKiir soin
finer Willi I it l ti t- to make n thin crust
not our an i iulith of nn Inch. Thin is
put on before liakluer. Ton much clovn
is undesirable. A slight dnih of cinnamon
or nutmeg will b,- relished bv ninny
toast, drain, trim them and put oik In
the ci nlro of inch mince Dust liplitly
with salt anil pi ppi r, and send at onco
to th.- table.
S V 1-; KT SANDWICH i:s.
Kor afternoon tea, or even for children's
luncheons, sweet sandwiches are oftMi
iiieferied to any other kind. Make one or
dinary cake frnstltiK and mix with it
chopped raisins, or candled fruits, or fls,
oi make a hard sauce as for puddings and
spread bitwien the slices of bread. Jellies
and jams may also be used.
Cook a cup of macaioul broken m inch
lentilli pieces, ii. rapliMy boiling water
until tender: dinin and rinse In cold water
Tin n into a buttered baking dish. Heat
two cRgy, and a few grains of cayenne
until a full spoonlul of the mixture can
be taken up, then add ono cup find a
half of milk and pour over the maiaronl
In the dish. Hake in a modulate oven
until the custard Is set. Half a cup or
less ot grated cheese may be mixed
through the macaroni before the liquid
Is pouted ovr. Seive hot.
inline fine, one-half teas .i.nnil sa,t. i
ci.ish of pepper, one cup , ra ker crumbs
lolled fine, two tablespoons melted butter.
Mix and form into loaf and piece in bak
ing dish and pour over one-half boil
ing water and liake 'M or 3" minutes In
Warmed l.lma Means nnd Canned Corn
Koast I'oik or Krcsh rig Shoulder
Apple and Indian Meal Mush
Mashed I'otaoes Mashed Turnip
Mince I'le Coffee
Tea. I.emonadn or Trait 1'iinch.
2 1-2 tablespoons of butter.
1 cup of milk.
1-1 teaspoon of cinnamon.
1 teaspoon of salt.
1 cup of sugar.
4 teaspoons of baking powder.
1-1 teaspoon of nutmeg.
Kntlro wheat Hour.
Cream tho butter and add half of tho
saigar. tho eggs well beaten, the i em, lin
ing sugar and the milk; then add thno
cupr of Hour sifted with the baking pow
der, spices and salt. Mk well and add
enough more flour to make tho mixture
stilt enough to roll. Turn the dough on
to a floured board, roll one-fourth neh
thick, cut with a doughnut cutter and fry '
In deep hot fat. Drain on brown pap -r.
I'AimilDGK ot: (-.Hi-
j ON TOAFT
U'hllo we will not ,n,. much of that
roust partridge, or chicken lelt over from
.Sunday, still what the ro is will be very
handy for this lueakfast or lun-li dish.
Any bits of diebsiug will uil. in all HRlit
and If there Is still too little of the nilnco
for tho amount desired, use any of llio
gravy, which uny lie left. Ol ionise the
aniouuis -will simply lie in rensonablo
pioportions and Urn amounts stated lu the
recipe uniwt be reduced propm iionati l.v if
there lie not the quantity ot na'ai sped
tied. l'llt thii.ugh tlie meat cliopp-1 any cold
left oer paitrldgn or I'hlcken bollid or
roasted, oieasure.To each pint allow a
half pint of cream tauee. Hub together
one taiilixpoonlul of butter and "lie or
Hour; .old a Imlf pint of milk, stir until
bolllnc add a level teaspoonlul "f -alt.
a saltspoonlul of pepper, a tabb sioonrul
of chopped parsley To give Mtrletv add
a Inll can of (hopped miislii ooins Now
add Hie chicken and stir the niixtino
over hot wiitir wlillo you toast squares
of on ad, trim off the crusts, cover with
a l.oei- of tlie nilnrr. making a Hsht In
dentntion r, the centre I'nacli n"lclly
and noatlj an egg foi each Mpu-r" ol
lileo (Irli'dle Cakes Syrup
Seramhled nr rnached I'.ggs
I loiigliniits nnd Cheese
lluttermllk .or Chocolate.
Cold Sllcud I'oik Warmed Gravy
Apple and Indian Mush
I'our puunds lean beef, boiled and
chopped line, twluo as much chopped
green apple, one pound suet, three pounds
Sultana rablns, two pounds currants,
one pound lalslns, cut line, one-half
pound citron, cut line, ono pound brown
sugar, one quart molasses, ono pint vine
gar, Juice of eight lemons nnd enough of
tlie Mock lu willed tho meat was boiled to
give tho desired moisture, ono tablespoon
salt, one of pepper, one of mace, four
of cinnamon, one of cloves, two nutmegs.
'.Mix well and warm it on the stove. K. C.
Two cups sugar, one cup water, one
cup sttong tea, two cups strawberry
I ulp, one can grated pineapple, Julco from
live lemons and live oranges; make syrup
by boiling sugcr atid water 10 minutes;
add tea, strawberry, lemon, nranso and
priioapplo. Let stand one-half hum,
strain, add two quatts of cold water and
pour into a punch bowl with a good sized
piece of co In cuntcr or use morn of very
cold water and servo Immediately.
ono can of talmon, icmovo bones and
Hrlng om; and one-half cupftils of hum v
to a boiling point. Skim If necessary.
Add one-fourth cupful of butter and cool.
Add two cupfuls of pastry Hour, stirring
It in caiefullv. Let this mixture stand
over night. When ready to bake stir in
the grated yellow rind of one lemon, two
tablespooutul.s of bnion Juice, one-h.tif.
cupful of chopped blanched almonds.
Add one-half teaspoonful of sugar dis
solved in a little lukewarm water and
bake In small round tins. Ice when
lliir il i-eui- ti r . hap. . V in
bv Uishop Wilson and W II
1. D. A special train wi I Ii
at 1 IS p. m.
i1:Uo Annual me. ting of 1 h i m 1 Li',
Assurance association at (5. 1! hi ,
l'avfllon place, W. 11. Ham.n
dent. t',:ei Annual supper of th- 1
Assurance association at G
7;0a Anniversary of th,- '
Ign missions, C. W. S. i:, k
address by the Itev. l-'run. I i
T1IUHSDAY, A 1'HD.
Il ' i'l.
C 1 1 -
I'm e ,
l-'or econoiuv mil real refreshing effect
th'To Is nothing bitter than alisolutely
Ml is oxtreun l -1 fo) the health and
inn easily bt. made in less than three
Take one rood sized California lemon.
squeeze out all Juice and cut tho rind In
eighths. I'tit in three heaping tablespoons
of granulated sugar and put both rind
and Julco In a quart glass Jar. l-'ill with
cold water from the faucet, and, for win
ter or spring, mo no Ice. Helng in a Jar
i may bo easily covered and set out In n
cold place. A little canned grated Ha
waiian pineapple will Improve it consid
erably. This takes about ono cent's
woith of sugar and a three-cent lemon
for a quart. It will Improve to stand one
hum betoie using. CTtlltornla seedless
lemons ghe ruhest taste. Do not bent
or make syrup.
TROY CONFERENCE PROGRAM
IIInIumi WINoii 1i I'reHlile ovrr Sen.
mIiiii i:trinllnc rriim April s l.i II
ill nratiiiva, N. .
Saratoga, N. V . Feb. 21. The SUt ses
sion of Troy Methodist Conference win bn
held here April S to U with Hlshop Luther
H. Wilson ot New Voik presiding. The
program, as prepared by tho committee
ot which the Lev, Dr. Grlsiner of Hur
llngton. VI-. I secretary, follows:
TUESDAY, A Pit I L s
10:0i a. in. All examinations.
7:30 p. in. Anniversary of the church
Temperance society. A. J. Illgglns presi
dent, address by Clarence True Wilson,
subject, "The Civic Duty of tlie church."
WKDNHSDAV, APIUL 3.
y.Oi a. m. Opening session of tlie con
ference; sacrament of tho Lord's supper,
followed by the tneinoilal service for
deceased members; K. P. Stevens necro
logist; Hlshop Luther 11. Wilson, presid
ing. ;!:io p. in -Tho conference will attend
S:30 a. in. Devotional se
by Hlshop Wilson.
fi:'o Conference buln s-
2:i p. m Annlversarj
homo missions and chur b
social service and cuiiMti
tute, G. A. Kerr presiding
M. Hos well.
l-.l'S l-'lrst session of Un
stitute, addies.-i by 1". W
D. D subject, "The Lot Art
7:30 Celebration of tbe With -i i v
of conferenen membership : "HI
Is, W. H. Hughes. G. W. l.i J
Metcalf, J. K. C. Sawyer, W . I' l vi
ton, and N. M. Lenrned. S. rm . i
FHIDAV, Al'I'.lL '
.".o a. m. Devotional s-t ,
ed by lilshop Wilson.
'.i.i'O Conference busltuss -!-,i
p. in. Anntveraan i- i
the hoard of Sunday sc' ' ' V '
fee pn siding. Addreas bv ii '
4 sO Second gessiotl of I
Institute; address by 1' . -subject,
"The Minister in-I 11
3:0JMinisters" Wives .w.- -mortal
jendce, buslne.u i
social hour, at the First i:
r:i ISanquet of the M- -
association at tlie Firs: .'
S:S0 Conference lecture l'i. i
monologue, of Washlnni"" 1
Van Winkle," by George I--SATl'HDAV,
K...0 a. m. Devotional sf' n
b.v Hisliop Wilson.
!(:(" Conference busine-s s --
e ffli-Lnyui ill's assi" i.
pn-i ting at the First Pre- '
I2;3n ni.-U) iuaii' bairn .
2 .in p. m Annlver.n "i
Home MissionaiT soil.
S.inpsnii, presidert; addi.-s
Leon.nd Woodruff, niusi, '
quartette. Annhersary "i
Foreign .MiMon. II socleiv
StelOlelll lilesidi lit. artdl ,
Otho F. Itnrtholow. 1). D, tn .- i
T. C A. quartette.
"::! Up worth League Jim m
D. Angtll pti-siiling. Musu v l'r t -ference
SUNDAY, APHII '
fi ill i. m. Conference ' i e f- 1 ' lv
Chin I' i 1-Mwnuls.
lu::to-Moinlng worship . "non v
LiilK-p l.uther 11. Um i . 1 ' I' . I 1. '
2:30 p. in. Conference unlin i.o'i bi rv.
lie for i lib is and for ib .u ei
1:00 Third session of ! ' i
stitute, addles n 1". v.
D. D., subject, "The Mi th" 1
7:30 Anniversary of th
tlnu nnd Troy Coiifereui e I
Thompson presiding; nildi,-.-Thomas
M. Nicholson, D- D S1
tile board ot iilneatluu nnd M
Kennedy of Troy. Mush .
terenco Academy chains.
MONDAY, AIM HI II
M30 a. m.-Devotional Hem ,
by lilshop W11B01I.
9:00 ,i. m Conforcnco business session,
Tri . oii-
llucharest, Hounuinla, Fel. . : Tho
cabinet lma accepted the offer if thu
powers to momaio in tiio rronf r di , tu
tlie butial ttivlca of Humor Haton, atbitwein Houni.niia and 1'uib uio.