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ClK fiMBdWMi CMtoctctf If In. A. I. Qifo* Oat of the thing* which greatly in terented the ladle* during Ml** Ryan'* t vi*it to Caldwell wa* the talk recta and demonstration* given in regard The *nbalance of the talk to naiad*, wit a* fallow*: Among the dishes in common u»c at are among the and no dishes to the sight and the present time salad* mont recent invention». are more pleasing Une nor more healthful when proper* ly made. Naiad* are Almost fiah, may be f many kind*, also any kind of meat, combined with other thing* to form a hearty salad that may be the principal while vegeta* be combined di»h at a simple meal Dies, fruit* and nul» may form most delightful salads that can at a to a separate course or served with a be used a* luncheon or dinner, meat course The». two principal kinds of salad* are recipes for both of which arc given The below, i» always used with cream dressing fruit »a lad*, dressing i* a lid fifth ail 1*<1». A moat which wa* »« while the mayonnaise generally used with meat simple and pleasing salad >rvcd at one of the demon Take ba follow»; »trat ioti* w «1 .*» a * muta*, f roll in ground peanut», tue© leaf and put cream dressing. entove the »kina, cut in halves, place on a let over it a spoonful of Serve with salted wafet » and nuts form Hired apples. celery what t* eHtied the Waldorf salad. f chicken, from a meal it i- combined with celery, Other cold vegeta nppetizing »upper Where « small portion fish or meat is left over may often diced potatoes», or ble* to form a moat dish. be used houId always Eight salad» meat. with 1 >re Creau .»mg ait '» table»} i tablesp ..Ml »un tmiotar 1 table*} ar MJ|I - *'gg* s melted butter ta blespout 1 4 cup cream cup Mix in order given Cook over botl •tirnng constantly with water. in g en spoon win Dressing Ma vu tinaise Î tea «txtmt mustard l teaspoon powdered, sugar l teaspoon »alt Dash t»f cayenne pepper Yolk» of two egg* ;t tablespoons lemon juice tablespoon» vinegar Î 'j cups olive oil. Mix dry Ingredients together, add When well mixed add 1 j egg yolk*. te.mjHHin vinegar, add oil gradually at finit drop by iirup. beating constantly with Dover egg heater thin with vinegar and lemon juice added alternately. A* it thicken* To Banish Wrinkles. F.verv true woman is interested in any method that will banish wrinkles. w ay of keeping a one pound of *Tt is Following i» Patt» » fine complexion: "I get mutton, fat mutton," she says Upon a little alcohol Slowly hard, like suet stove in my room I fry it out the grease simmers in my little white dish, until there is a warm, simmering cupful of fat. which is now the purest mutton tallow, and stir into it as much glycerine as there is fat. Into this I put a few drops of perfume. I keep stirring gently until it beging to hard en. When it is done I put it into stone jar. Every night I massage with this cream. It keeps away wrinkles." GEM STATE RUR-A1/S ^ NEW YORK FASHIONS Bertha Effect Desitfned Pattern For a Pretty by Martha Dean— No. 4706 m Ml /■ If > I r / Vi /Ai b if Pattern For Some Modish Neckwear Designed by Martha Dean—No. 6348 One of the disadvantages of shirt waists to many women Is the necessity of sep arate collars. Unless one exerts more than ordinary care the neck covering will look anything but neat, and this is of first importance In one's appearance. Sep arate collars must not only be trim and appropriate, but expressive of some dash and style. One needs a generous supply of these accessories, for the neck Is the first part of a light shirt waist to show soli. Th. se numerous collars become a large Item In the expense list If they must be all purchased, while they require but little time to make, utilize odd bits of linen, silk and lace and may be made very .litr e live and Individual. Three styles of shirt waist collars are shown, designed for linen or silk. The first has a four-in hand t!» drawn through two broad eyelets In the front end of the slock, the second shows the scarf tie as a portion of the 1, and the third has shaped tabs in front Joined by tiny straps and may be dabo i .d In eyelet embroidery. Sizes, sum . medium and large. stc MR l CTIONS FOR ORDERING Is to this »fflre give number 1 • von by mall phttuiy and al daya f pattern. ul. era i * AV> a • S\ 4 > u . - U V i' V ti . W;J V •*». m V ! I fi I HI pi tV : ;W a: S r ■s & small girl Here 1 b a gown for a modish and charming as any has yet created for older full blouse tucked la quite as Dame Fashion people. It consists of a In yoke effect, a full gathered skirt finish with several broad tucks and a unique The entire dress may be material, depending upon the of silk edging the bertha to offer be finished ed bertha effect. made of one plaiting contrast, or the blouse may made of any washing separately and If the latter Idea is model would be excellent fabric or chains. followed, the for school or general wear developed in a fine check and with the serge having a blouse of a plain color or white, while a be made from the same nice dress may joining the parts in one garment. pattern A soft chains, henrletta or silk may serve material and prove very fetching. The is not difficult to make and re as pattern quire* four and one-half yards of thirty six inch material in the medium size. Six sizes, 5 to 12 years. DIRECTIONS FOR. ORDERING Send 10 cents to this office, give number of this pattern, No. 4706, and state size de sired. It will then be sent to you by mall postpaid. Be sure to write plainly and al Several day* full address. give ways must be allowed for delivery of pattern. sv? 1 vas SB iPTfjj f i * « »I .5* iV <1 î ' a* .V * 1 / w Pattern hor a Small Russian Blouse Suit Designed by Mar tha Dean -No. 4707 Suits for tin.' little lad are unusually fetching, and here is a suit in brown ■erge which will please the most particular of America. son The broad sailor collar and front edges are closely stitched, anâ the narrow cuff Is finished in the same man A jaunty little pocket ner. appears on the upper left hand side, in which a watch or handkerchief may be carried, of leather or the A belt material girdles the blouse In long waisted effect, may be omitted when desired. The bloom ers are full at the waist line and at the lower edge to allow plenty of room for the boy's activities. The shield Serge, cheviot and butchers linen are suitable fabrics, and two and a half yards of thirty-six Inch material are needed for the medium atze. Five siz 2 to 6 years. DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING Send 10 cents to this office, give number of this pattern. No. 4707, and state size de sired, postpaid. i t will then bo sent to you by mall Be sure to write plainly and al ways give full address. Several days must bo allowed for delivery of pattern. 1 Opera House Pharmacy Pure Drugs, Quick Service, Courteous T reatment Stationery, Toilet Articles, Sundries. REEVES & MARLATT CALDWELL, IDAHO. fh ■A Mi WC v i ÆP*"* »/mi»* IDAHO MEAT CO Dealers in All Kinds of Meat and Poultry, Fish in Season. and courteous Prompt attention treatment. Wagon to all parts Masonic Block, of the city. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Print your own E 3 E J B ■ Butterwrappers, J J E B 3' E 3 From 50 to 75c E 3 E 3 B HOW? a E a E a Bv getting a Rubber Stamp ® from the Idaho Stamp Works Caldwell, Idaho. Bl a a E a E » a E a E a E a E E Send in Your Order. a a E EBBBBBBBB ÏBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB3 You know it pays to buy the best, We carry the when you buy shoes, famous Krippendorf-Dittmann ies shoes and Selz Royal Blue in Men s — — John "•= Steunenberg & Co. Caldwell, Idaho. Fitters of Feet. Picard & Roberts Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BeefJPork, Mutton, Sausage and Smoked Meats. Neat Place and Prompt Service They can Please You CALDWELL. IDAHO.