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F R 11) AY . NOVEMBER 9 . 1917.
MRS. Oust PUIS H. C. L TO FLIGHT Shows How To Prepare Delightful Dishes At Small Cost Tonkin# School Program FRIDAY—2 P. M. Desserts of All Kinds Sun .-*«*t lons of noA to end a perfect iiuhl. On the •* dear an«l frosty autumn mornings, what, If anything, equals "heat i.ikos and »auaajre? Echo answers, as usual, there ts nothing nicer. Ah, but you should see jtnd fast** th• • cakes and sausage as Mrs. Florence Austin Chase prepare* them in tto* course of free cooking lessons being condiu ted in the roof garden of the Hotel Toiler under the auspices of The Times. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Chase had an eager audience of at least *'.oo women. **urh with a pencil and note book, learning more about cooking science In an hour than al most a lifetime of experience hud taught them. When the course of lectures opened Monday, many women attended for the novelty of the ihitiß Not one of those who went Monday afternoon has missed a session since end the charter member< hn\u returned, bringing with there r*n«* or more other women to see tn r themselves the simplicity and tl.e efficiency of Mrs Chase’s methods, lot to speak of their ei enemy ijtd ibe Ueliciousncss of the re*s. Hut r<> get back to the cakes and sausage which Mrs Chase prepared m a JiffD Wifle can do it In the morning while friend husband Is buttoning ou his collar almost. This I' all she needs to do for the cakes; Sift togtther two cups of flour, one half teaspoon of salt, one table spoon of surar, four level tenspoon* of baking powder. Heat nn esrg, add to It a cup of milk and a table apoon of melted oleomargarine Hut f?n- dr> and w«t Ingredients toge»h er and *ir Cook them on n lightly greased urirtdl* . They come off a dark and golden brown. .Meanwhile boll some sausages un til they «r.- cooked thornly Itrsin "off the water and brown the <‘*lll -in the atm pan Then crown a -tack of th* wheat rak*** with a couple ol tie little brown p< t k cylinders and sit back and watch th* glow * f satisfaction that suffuses tin- features of father. Tii* women these lrc tures also -how that th**y are mad** of th*‘ tight stuff In addition to Warning how to pre-id** with better « ff* ct in th*ur own 1 itchens, for they bring their knicinc with them and mak* or k for llle -oldbu-* while they .! m *-r all . ’ >i|t cooking phi Jom-|:i* 'lll r. t!-.> ate rewarded for the.*" ; ,<tri *:i **i i>\ having a g* n eror '-'ition «<t ii* masterp;e< • s «>f th- < u n:- r > .1 >i * .-otj out to »‘ <*r;i Tii*-'. . • ftx< tin** *n-l materials <l*> 1 gl. • M? <1; -*' . If (o;. t'l p *0 stlddett'N I*l*l yen w i’.' o”ie ‘in a I'’tie- cll re foe ,li * ■ * *i» yrrtit i' Lor let; f op SOM*' (ft V‘' ruie*t ’ . *f : 1 »n*l it :i rit «• ' < ■ . Al.lch you* -i* » I.< r\ *i lot !ie p' ftsttre of pur t»! f nd Ids it Mrs cb-> e's . ;j'r . and it Thu*; day i: fi * m i a ’ .* men.-»tr tied .t by ! • •'*'*• nttgpets of satis fa- ion : !■ -i told how to do it ii will r*quir* little money This is ,t!l ri .ti .« n< e* i ary: Heat two , .idU to (he i Rgs one-half cup • <• <>< r- and sugar, one cup of roll. .! u . half a cup of milk. Sift r hr* (ups of flour, three t- .:(h i of baking powder, one t* t of sal* Add the dry to tb> t oi-t mixture, rol out, cut at-*i l>akf A few raisins nr nuts pi iv I>• added if desired. These are t* it f<*r i hlldren. They can almost grow up on them and they surely do hk< them, as does everybody else. Mr f'hase’s Idea Is to give chll (lien all they can eat of the g«*o*l thing* but she wouldn’t allow them to cultivate tastes for food* that are not good for them She has visited too many children’s hos pitals rHlcd with little ones there be *\vi«e they were Improperly nour ished for her not to take a large Interest In the proper feeding of th* hoys and girls These are onlv a few.of the In valuable demon trationa the fomJ lecturer gave Thursday afternoon, th** bit* feature of her lecture being about as lovely a layer cake as any pastry artb-t ever concocted and she made It while she was telling about It. Anybody can do it hy followin’' this sch*dui*' One half cup shot* *>nlng (o|cn>, one cup nf sugar, one half cup of milk, two cups pnstr flour, three teaspoons baking pow dor. two eggs, pinch of salt, flavor Ing Cream the oleo In a bowl rraltiallv adding and creaming the migar with it. Add th** milk and Jlssolve the mixture, pouring and dlrring the flour gradually. The lour should be sifted fouK. times Heat the eggs and fold In. If yel oW’ rake Is desired use the whole >f two eggs. If a white rake Is A.mted 11-e the whites of four and lot the (o|k* Melted ehorolate nr Irult may' be used. This should be >nked In two layers from 15 to 20 nlnutes In nn ov**n at a temperature if 207 or .108 deirrees. Any kind of rostlng nr whipped cream will nake It delightful. Visitors from many purls of the ’nltod Htafi s Mii<l from Mexico and lie Central \m**r|ran Republics are xpeefed to arrive In New Orleans slav in anticipation of the opening f the National Farm and ldve fork Show. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CASTOR I A Livestock Sells Well Despite Government Asking Meatless Days; Best Grades Scarce All grudes of live stock urc sell- < ing remarkkbly well considering the lact thut the consumption of fresh meat has been given a bad Jolt by the government appeal for economy f food, meatless (lavs and so forth October cattle receipts were large in all markets. The ( hie do run for the month Was 811,000, anew single-month record tor this market Had H not b»*«n for the shortage of cars the number would have ex ceeded 460,000. Very few com fed cattle are com dig, th** t<>(> price in Chicago for this kind being $17.26 per cwt AI ready cattle are beginning to arrive from Interior points which have only been on full feed for a tew weeks; the extreme high co-t for feed i* one of the rocks which feed *rs of .018 will be wrecked on Many m**n who bought feeding cat tie early, wl.h the Intention of car tying them thru and nuking them rood, are already sick of the tin denaktng and have turned them back to be sold for prices but a trifle higher than the primary cost The bulk of the warmed up cattle that are coming now are citing be tween SH» and sl2 per cwt, but kil lers are taking thousands of little cattle that cost between $ v 50 and $9 50 which the' could not have been Induced to look at <>”• •* v ears, when the country was at pear. The current scarcity of corn fed cattle makes it possible to sell ani mala averaging above 1,4*'0 pound-* fhr 75 cents per cwt more than those of similar quality, but 100 pounds lighter. Fat yearlings were hardly ever so scarce before, th* best of these bringing $16.60 pet cwt In Chicago: Arrivals of west ern cattle are foiling oft rapidly and average price* tor the range kind are more than $1 per cwt hither *hxn on this date last month Th** current car shortage has k**pt hack thousands of cattle, th*’ owners of which have been waiting for more than a month for cars to shtp them in. Killers in al parts of th*. country are clamoring for western rattle, and. when quality is taken into consideration, this kind Is sell ing for the MghcM price of th** season. Ij«»t week all grades of she stuff made a gain of from H* to 75 c* nts per cwt right in the fa ** ol increa* ing receipt* at all points. Fanners and cutters were 40 to 60 ren»s per rwt higher, hut this week the latter have lost a part of this gain Big kosher rows are seldom seen these davs, and a prime yearling ..** a nov Will Kaiser’s Italian Success Bring Victory to the Allies? “The collapse of the Italian Eastern front is d’sheartening to the Allies,” says the Indianapolis News, “not because it points to sure defeat, but because it postpones their victory.” In all sections of the country, we find the press discussing this staggering and unexpected blow in a tone not of pessimism, but of increased hopefulness and grim determination., The i’hicago Tribune re marks that “the Stars and Stripes are in the trenches to-day, and they are going*forward there, not back, forward till the enemy’s power is beaten down, and be is ready for peace for all time;” while the Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph remarks that “Germany is making a fight to a finish and merica must deliver the knockout blow.” A full-page man graphically explains the military operations. • In THE LITERARY DIGEST for November 10th the leading article discusses from every angle the recent retreat of t!\e Italian army and its probable effect in bringing ultimate victory to the Allies. This number of “The Digest” is particularly interesting, as a glance at the following headings, de scribing additional articles, will prove: “Over The Top”. With Men and Money “With the Money We Are Borrowing We Are Going to Give You Men the Best Guns and the Best Equip ment in the World, and We Hope to Put on Every Gun a Bayonet That Will Reach to Berlin.”—Secretary McAdoo. The Year’s Ten Best Poems Germany’s rson Offensive Arab Joy at Turk Defeats The Issue That Is Splitting* Bussia German Cash for Our \Y ar-Chest Electrical Work for the Blind London Amazement at the Lincoln Quarrel How War Saves (he Classics An Unusual Collection its Illustrations, Including An Exclusive Full-page Reproduction of a Lithograph hy Joseph Pennell, Famous American Artist Passed By Every Home Censor There ix nothing to censor in THE LITERARY DIGEST before taking it into your home. It pre sents the worth-while news of the week in such a way that no detail is undesirable for any meml>er of your family. And there is l»oth pleasure and profit in it for each one, whatever his interest. War, November 10th Number on Sale To-day—All News-dealers 10 Cents M trW/Q.TAV \ I LMJQ mn ' ob,a,n f ’°P «!» of "Th** Literal’' I Igr-t” fr r lo* a I ai-nt in 11 LVY kJ JV I 1j I j !\ th* ii town. *»r wh** r*- thrr*- is nn agant, direct fr>*. ti! Fubfi*4it-ra. /<Ti.r\ / Mark ol \ | Distinction to 1 V Bo • Reader of I V The Literary / VDlflirtV FUNK & WAGNALLB COMPANY (Publi.hem of the Famous NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK *-ll> Bologna bulla are wearer and ar* working hljrhrr and the Novem her outlook (or veal calve* is much lmpro\**d. Fucker* are freezing thousand* of beef carcass*** every day witli the perfect assurance that this UK at wilt come out, a month hence, much improved both In qual ity and Milling price. Heavy cattle receipts arc looked for during No vembt r • The future of the sheep and lamb market is regarded as problematical. The la t v >•. k in November saw a big break in values, for both native lambs and breeding ewe*. The lat ter had soared to ridiculous heights and .i decline was inevitable. Year ling ewes can now b«- had for sl7 per evu th.V early last month were selling for s:.“(' per .cwt. Mature mut ton is \>-t> scarce and good fat ewes are selling in t'hiCßgo for $lO to $11.50 per cwt. Feeder* are in the market for light lambs and ,th**y ai** paying ns high as sl7 25 per rwt but stock must b** thrifty and well-bred to make this price. One Thursday’s Livestock I. ■*■*'!'' •*f (.(»"• Kj stock yards on Thursday averaged d* eldedl) common and price- were fully f>o cent* per cwt. lower than last week for all kinds except the b**“t grades of butchers’ cattle which w*-re about *i*adv The bulk of th*' common cattle that came io hand were of the runner order and price* for thi- kind touched the lowest point of the season Veal calves were dull and quiet at last week’s prices Lamt >s have fluctuated ulightly during the past week but quotations were practically the same on Thursday as on the same day of last week. "-Bleep a**! lambs, like everything else that is coming to the l»etroit yards at present, are very common in quality. The hog market pendulum has swung back aud forth, in a wide arc, during th** past week, but on Thursday valius wer* no higher than on th* same day last week l>*-troit hog prices at** again more than 50 cent* per cwt out of line with other markets. Several car loads* of hogs w*T* sent to killers at other points; in fact, the only thing that saved the rvtroit hog market from utter demoralization was tin timely arrival of outside orders for lings. jfeiary Digest DETROIT TIMES of the main causes of the recent break In sheep value* wan the and( clinc in wool prices. The countryman haa ample con fldence in the future of the hog market and lie ts giving evidence •>f this fact by securing all of .Ibe pigs that are available for feeding purposes. The purchase of young hogs in the Chicago slock yards for country feeders’ account ts a com parativcly recent development, and it show* which way the wind i K blow ing thi* year; for many years, country feeders have desired to pur chase bogs in the leading markets of the country for feeding purposes, hut have been deterred by the danger of disease. In fact, only wHhin the last two years has th* I’nited Ktates government allowed pigs to be font into t!i«* country for feeding purpose*. The absolute con trol of cholera and kindred disease* hy vaccination has solved this Ini portant problem and the pigs that go Into the interior front the big markets these days are vaccinated by experienced veterinary surgeons beforv they are permitted to leave the yards. Hog* took a b!g Jump last week and are still selling well. Packers have* fought the advance strenuous ly, but have been obliged to pay sl7 per cw* ot more in Chicago for th*- be-t kind now for more 'ban a vi ek. As usual, of late, Oetroit 1* fully 5h cents per cwt out of lin* with other markets In the Issue of Nov 1, the Chi eagn Breeders’ Gazette published the following: “Exports of lard last w* *-k were 5,924.0b0 pounds and of meats 15.• H07.U00 j ounds, against 1.121,000 find 8,3;i!4,000 pounds, respectively, the previous week R'(*( ks ar* down to bur** shelves across the Atlantic and i *h** export movement Is a matter ol ship space. Speculators ar*- not di* nosed to commit themselves as to the futures until th*; policy of the food administration has been an nnunced as i f is Improbable that a bull campaign will he tolerated Hogs arc cutting at a profit and cur rent receipts do not permit arrurnu lation a- government purchase* for army consumption are h< »♦>*. A light run of hogs Is certain in No* v**mber and product will go out at- r ast a* if can he cured. Just what placing the packers under license mean* to provision trade, cash and speculative, ha* not been determ ined.” I’rlnUnt—(h, pl<*ln nrnt Idnß—(tut I, rl«h*—Till**** J*»h nil* 4A’i(l. Preferinff Luther to Calvin The Coming Evacuation of Belgium Germany’s Twenty-first Enemy War-weary Vienna The Transatlantic Flight is Coming: Are Tired People Poisoned? The Bay-Crowned Poets What the Soldier Reads Are We to Make Reprisals? The Next Generation Political, Business, News—the subjects of Home keeping. Music, Literature- -Articles on Sports, Science, Religion —all are represented in the ac counts of the world’s latest thought and activity. This is just the news-magazine for busy father and mother and for the growing impressionable chil dren. To-night take home a copy. ALICE PAUL IS FED THRU TUBE Hunger Strike of Mrs. Rost* V\ inflow Is Vlx) Broken WASHINGTON, Non 9.—Mu* Alice Haul, ehginnan of :bc National Woman's party, "a* i**d last night hy means of a tub*- in the mouth, by District of Columbia jail physician* Mi- Rose Winslow, of New York, also one of the suffragists undergo ing s*:;penc* for picketing deruen MratioM' b*-for* tii** White House, w .is fed In a like manner. Both women had been on a hun tier -trike since Monday. Miss Haul swallowed the tube without renst ;tm e. t'-cording to the statement by the Jail authorities. According to Miss Margaret Fay Whitt*more, a leader of the lpeul I anch of the Woman’/ party, Miss Haul uml Mis* Winslow are striking I "for the right to be accorded the , s me privileged allowed to murder > rs.” Arcording tu Miss Whittemor**, . n idea anil other criminal* eon t.ned in the Jail are allowed to sup plement their prison fare wtth food purchased from outside the wall* The women, *hc say u are compelled •o * rit the prison fare only. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson has accept ,,| th* honorary presidency of th* <ln I Scout a of America. NASTY MEDICINES BAD FOR CHILDREN t* Is not (*ft*n * ehlld require* Pi, i ; <■ | n c • r any kind. If the hows-ls nr* i.-Rijl«r and promptly dlspoft** of in.'-_-rst.il n itter d!.* -ard*-d by the --1.• r i h, th*- ►ooieral health la vary | i .* be excellent. In any raae. pill* I •(* ler* and noun«-aling or unpala ta i« compounds, *h"Uld never be r v. n to children. Any therapeutic ( Mi*-h remedies iay posses* I* U-i. S’ nullified by the youngster • natural antaK nlsm. i rr >«t children a ,mild laxstiv**. administered occasionally, is *ll that l- , lek t assure normal regularity n n and health, t'r. Caldwell e ~ |*< r in is a pleasnnt-tastlng cfi" inat '.n f simnte laxative herb* with i" i ain, fr* ** from opiate or nar , * dings, and a*-ts gently yet ef f. ivei; -i ildren Ilk** it and lake it t. that it I* the Ideal remedy f I’, family medicine chest. It i* .ri dru* etoree for fifty cents ’( bntiie A tri.il bottle, free of charge, i"• I obtain'd hv writing to Dr. W Ft. Caldwell. 4M5 Wa*hington-at.. Monticell**, Illinois. PUBLIC LIBRARY CUTS NEW BOOKS The Great War —"Hoataae in Ger many," tJeorsea I>e*a n "How t),*- !*• onta Sank The Militia Mobiliza tion on the Mexican Border," P. I’ Gibbon*; ",\fena'< of Pe*c<<» l> Herron: "How to Live at th* Kr »nt." Ff«•« t<>r Marquarne ‘ P«»re and War Untie* of tb» Knliatid Man." .1 A Mx.ae; "United State* Navy." It 1 Muller; "Wounds in War." » D'Arey I'otttr: “America* Case AKHimt <»>r many," Lindsay negcr*. "War French." C. D. Wlllcox. ■.4 YMpW. Thoroughly \ Wm' y ' * >lfr# cooked in, Wmm ggn The only oatmeal of its kind Mr- MARIGOLD means “F OOP ECONOMY” MARIGOLD is used daily in thousands of homes and has proven its value and health building qualities in every instance. It is the modern SPREAD for DREAD and is also used extensivelv in the making of FANCY PASTRY. - Packed in one pound cartons under U. S. INSPECTION where exacting methods prevail. If you are not a user of MARIGOLD buy a pound TODAY. Sold by all retailers. Hammond, Standish & Cos. _ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS ~ 1 1 Biography—-" Selma Laaorlof." If E- I M • **l J •, J **»»/,' J. O 1 Pyle. "Karl Bitter," Ferdinand 8 he vi 11 ‘ M i ace |i*n •'«<»*— "Community Thea ter In Tne >ry and I’raoti a." L*u • 'P- ■ 1 1e ah : "Ar. W< Capable of M-ls ! Government ?" K W Noxon; "MtlaiL a ! i|, >mi, I‘ianta, ‘ K. 11. Helper. *|v> We I Xaed a New Idea of God*' F. J 1 U>- I man "Aircraft in War and l-'rnr**," \V A Rnl>aon; "Mra. Itr-reC* Ks) to I Simple Cookery." Mra. 8 T If. lt<r- I er, "Motor Ibmta, Hydroplanes 1 I dri aeroplam «. i'nna*ni,'i!nn nun ■ ( ! T i|. »,’ii «**lI; "O smond* a I Study of the Factor* that will Gov * «rn their Value," F. B. Wade. Before H-O came, it took hours of cooking to make oatmeal fit to eat. It was this cooking problem which led the first producers of H-O Oatmeal to reason this way: "Many housewives serve oatmeal under-cooked. Others cook it all night, boiling away flavor, wasting fire and making this dish soggy and unappetizing "We will do over 2 hours of the needed cooking ourselves. We will do it in sealed cookers retaining the full oats flavor. We will then have in H-O the one oatmeal which can be thoroughly cooked in on/y 20 minutes. ’’ To this day, H-O remains the only oatmeal cooked in sealed cookers which develops to its fullest the rich, oats flavor. Our process of selecting the grain, blending the best oats from different parts of the country, removing much of the moisture, steam-cook - ing to dextrinize the starch, sterilizing the finished prod uct ’-these are some of the things which make H-O such a delicious, satisfying breakfast food. And —with all its flavor —it costs less than half cent a dish ! Un/Jar th# patrons*# 01 Mrs. lUs» Fell Sage. Mt«. Malay J. Hhepful and other prominent New York fro* ip« n a "htrdlea* hat ahow** wIU b# opened In the m* rropolia today. at ileh prirea will ba awarded for the b*‘tt featherleea hats n;ndc by i.’iatear and profosaional tniiltnera, Th# object of th# contest la to d#na» inatrate the practibility of making Attractive hat a for women without ' e u*e of bird* or feathers, which .nvolve* the de*tmotion of hint Ufa* [thTo^^TEAM^OOKEPI Oatmeal H O t$ tnJci uJ K Tht W tufnlj H*ok */ Part h»o4i an* iff lfn "Part loo* Diracto’t" aj th* N. Y. CM* Toe HO Company, Buffalo.N.Y. Makers of H~O. 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