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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
THIS WEEK ONLY
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that hare a keen edge and keep It.
Sacrificed to make room for new
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TOPICS OF INTEREST, TO EVERY WOMAN
EDITED BY JULIA, CHANDLER MANZ
Nutritive and Dietetic --
Value of the Nut-breads
By T.1DA AMES W1LUS.
While a more general use of nuts as
food is strongly advised from time to
time our naUve supply Increasing In
quantity and quality each year, so they
should soon be a cheap commodity. There
is one drawback to their common use
almost every one likes them; but chil
dren and many grown people should not
eat them unless tbey can masticate thenxl
to a paste.
They are easy of digestion when prop
erly prepared, and are exceedingly nu
tritious, Tbey are almost sure to disagree with
any one when they are served, as tbey
generally are. at the end of a dinner al
ready overbalanced with concentrated
and highly nutritious foods.
It Is an error to class all edible nuts
In one group .
They are divided In three general
classes. The first group to consider in es-J
timatlng their value as actual body sus
tenance. Is those belonging to the- nitro
genous group the tissue builders. These
are peanuts, pecans. English walnuts,
hazel, filberts, almonds, hickory nuts,
plnons. and pistachios And all these
are now produced In abundance in our
own country, many being natives brought
to cultivated perfection.
The- Second firoop.
Ther second group rich in oil are
chiefly of alue for their heat-produclnc
power. These should rarely If ever be
eaten alone, and not at all unless
they are thoroughly blended with other
elements, principally liquid It may be
well to state here that all oils should
enter the stomach much as butter does
when we drink milk, for the reason that
oils and fats do not begin to leld any
element until the digestive Juices have
wmueht them Into a. fluid resembling
milk, which is called an emulsion. Thus
you will note that nuts ncn in oils -may
be blended with skim milk, starch, rice,
flour, sugar, and eggs, and produce dishes
to delight the palate and satisfy the
Black walnuts, butternuts, cocoanuts.
and Brazil nuts give a large amount of
oil and are of the second class.
The Thlrl Cliua.
In the third class we have the starchy
nuts the chestnut and chinquapin being
the onlj kind In common use. These
should not be eaten uncooked an more
than a potato or rice
re ot OH.
These nuts are not oil and -when con
s'dered In the making of a dish must be
regarded as starch and ranked with ce
reals and bread For this reason they
must not be ucd in making of nut
breads and cakes
For breads the English walnut, pecans,
hickory nuts, and almonds are used In
cake English walnut, black walnut,
hlckorj nuts pecans, hazel -nuts, and
cocoanuts. The Brazil nuts almonds and
pistachio nuts are high-priced and used
1 more in fine confection, or as appetizers,
or to glie ery delicate and 'delicious
flavoring to cake,' desserts, and Ices.
Have Nutritive Vlne.
Nut breads have a distinctively dietetic,
nutritive value, especially when the
richer nuts are" blended with whole wheat
flour and mils- w "... .
As very little jjugar Is.usrdiln bread, a
few raisins, currants, chopped dates.
flgs. or prunes will maKe it more attrac-.7:.-
. .,. n.i.T. .fif children .and they
will really enjoy good, wholesome, nutri
tious nutbreadm6re'thanw-cake. espe
cially when-they are really-hungry and
In need of food
, IS at Loaf. v
Mrs. Cummins sends us her favorite
recipe for nut loaf. To a quart of .sifted
flour add four teaspoons baking powder,
one teaspoon salt and half a cup of
granulated sugar, sift wsll together.
Then add a cup of nut meats put
through ahe food chopper or chopped
very fine. , Beat two eggs light and add
a pint of sweet milt or enough to make
.n...n,.h Ttrittpr two bread- pans
wall and dtvjde the dough Into two
loaves ana oaite in i ! ..
oven for three quarters of an hour.
" Fig nnd ut Bread.
Take one plntof veh light .white flour
sponge. Add two tablespoons brown
sugars and enough whole wheat flour to
make a stiff batter. Stir Into this a
cupful of chopped black flgs and a cup
of ground English walnut meats or
pecans. Turn Into bread pans, filling
h.ir ,n nA let rIA until nans are
full, then bake in moderate oven for
about an hour and a quarter, (-over
with pans the same size, or buttered
paper for first three quarters of an hour.
Peel a quart of large chestnuts and
blanch them In hot water unta you can
rub the skins off. Then drain, peel, and
put them In some good beef broth or
soup stock and cook until they can be
pressed through a fine sleie Add more
stock and a seasoning of mace, paprika,
and salt, and stir until it boils up. Add
half a cup of sweet, rich cream, or a
tablespoon of fresh, sweet butter heated
to a cream. Serve at once
Three-fourths of a pound of flour,
fourth of a pound of fresh cocoanut,
fourth of a pound of white sugar, three
ounces of butter, two teaspoons baking
powder, one egg, half cup milk, and
talf a teaspoon salt Cream the butter
and sugar well together Beat the eggs
light, and add by degrees with the milk
and flour, in which you hae mixed the
baking powder and salt Then add
cocoanut and mix thoroughly Shape
Into buns and bake twenty minutes
TMs quantity will make two dozen buns
Dellclona ut nrcml.
Four cups flour, four tablespoons bak
ing powder, one teaspoon salt, one egg.
Woman's Care of Home
Biggest Business of All
There is much talk in the world 'to-day
of ' big business Men hold ,ln their
hands the reins of financial ''power, and
the average woman looks with awe upon
the masculine mind which can grasp
and control so much that Is ltal to
the welfare of the nation
But woman has a big business to
which she maj appb herself so perfect
15 that men will stand amazed before
her competcno For no one will con
tend that there are not great difficulties
to surmount in an occupation which in-
ludes not only the financial future of
a famllj but its phsical, mental, and
spiritual as well
If Tlirr Conld Vnakrn.
Xian women who find existence dull.
uninteresting, and uneventful would be
come livid and enthusiastic If the could
onl be waked up to the knowledge that
housekeeping Is ' big busness." That, In
fact there is no other vocaton in tne
whole wide world that is quite so im
The other da a college gin wno
will he married in the fall shrugged her
shofllders when It was suggested that she
make a stud of housekeeping I shall
keep a maid she said. and ir I sliould
need to learn to cook, there is the cook
book Am intelligent woman can surely
Can t vou see the narrow limits sne
has set to her domestic vision? To her
housekeeping, means cooking the posses
sion of a maid the solution of all prob
lems, and shsi forsooth, is to be left
free ' to do the things sne coneiaers im
Teat of. Good lToiinrUreiiliiK.
Yet cooking is not to-day the test of
good housekeeping One can. if one's in
come Is elastic, hire a good cook. But
there Is the refrigerator not ono maid In
fifty knows how to keep it h gienlcally in
order And the menus We can, of
course, find lists In all the magazines,
but these lists must be made to con
form to the tastes and pocketbook of
How many brides are competent to in
struct the maid Jn table-setting? How
many know all the details of correct
service Tet often Ignorance of these
matters is the price of the serenity of
a whole household.
What do you know of the cuts of
meats Can ou meet the question of
high prices by practical suggestions to
our cook with regard to the prepara
tion of the less expensive parts of beef
and mutton What Co you know of food
Are "lou So Unwise
Have yoJ your eye on the market or
are you ordering oranges at 60 cents a
dozen for your breakfast frujt when
peaches are 50 cents a basket? Are you
having crown roast of lamb for your
Sundays when a chicken pit with its
psnnninv of gravy and and crust would
afford a delicious and satisfying substi
American drives have yet to learn that
housekeeping is a business In which they
can earn money by saving it. There are
many wives who are to-day seeking des
perately for some occupation which will
pay them a few dollars each week,
when in their own refrlegators and pan
tries fobd is going to waste, milk Is
crowing sour, and wasteful cooks are
using eggs and butter and sugar In
prodigious quantities because their mis
tresses would consider themselves
stingy" to speak a word or warning
or give direct supervision of the cull
French Ahead of TTs.
The Frencb people are far ahead of
us In their observance of the "penny
saved, penny earned ' theory. They -use
for their salads the parts of the tege
tables which we throw away. They
toast the left-over slices tit bread whlcb
we let tnoIcL
They nranara xram tha unmmt) and
healthful vegetables which we scorn
dishes tit for epicures. And they do
these things because the believe that
thrift Is Imperative, and as a result they
have bank accounts and a financial sta
bility which Is rare among the plain
people of other nations
In housekeeping woman has Ave or six
professions She must know something
of dressmaking, of cooking, of serving,
of finance, of household h)glene And
these things are interesting only when
they are given their true value In the
w orld of endeavor.
Almost regal In their lovel'ncts are
the new evening fabrics for the coming
winter season And particularly true
Is this of the new brocaded velvets For
splendor of coloring and richness of de
signs and variety they are unequaled
One feature Is their lightness of weight
a whole gown Is not cumbersone, for
tlie velvet is chiffon weight and woven
of very light silk
The newest silks have a chiffon back
ground, fllmy and delicate from which
the raided velvet figures stand out in
richness and beauty The corals. roo
colors, soft amber shades and greens
are unusuall beautiful and are being
much used for the more elegant toilettes
One cup of sugar, one tablespoon of
lard, one egg, two cups of flour, one cup
of water, one teaspoon of baking powder,
one teaspoon of vanilla and pinch of salt.
Cook In moderate oven thirty minutes
Two eggs, one cup sugar, one-quarter
teaspoon salt, one cup flour, two tea
spoons baking powder, one-half cup
half to three-quarters cup of sugar, a
c ut or. miuc. ana one cup of nut. meats
salted well. Beat eggs and sugar; add
nuut, ana stir this in center of the flour.
Let stand twenty minutes covered ? then
baka in a covered pan .for f rty-flve min
utes In a moderate oven. Flu the pons
about half full and set In a warm place
to rise. Do not use milk that Is Ice
cold If skim milk is used add a little
butter, say two level tablespoons, eat-
uig to a cream with the sugar.
Take two and one-half cups of flour.
two teaspoonfuls baking powder, one and
one-half cups sugar, quarter teaspoon salt
ana six weii-Deaten eggs, juix to a soil
dough. Then add quarter of a pound of
sweet almonds, blanched, but not cut.
Lastly, work In one and one-quarter
giassfula of best salad OIL
Do not have the dough too stiff but
knead It well, flouring the board well.
Cut the dough Into pieces about tho
size of medium-sized potatoes. Roll these
btoad lengthwise so they will extend all
the way across shallow baking pans.
Have the pans dusted with floury, do not
Bake In a brisk oven until a fine brown
and as soon as they are taken from the
oven cut the roils Into two or four inch
nieces. This must be done at once while
almonds are hot and soft. Half the quan
tity of this dough will make two and a
half dozen pieces of bread. It will keep
a long time, however, and remain crisp
and nice. The oil will not taste after It
Is baked In the bread.
In this design we have a clever frock
that is prett carried out In graj ma
terial with white satin revers and skirt
inct. The garment closes at the front
and haa removable chemisette and three
gored skirt Other faatures mark the
dress as up-to-the-minute In style. Serge.
cashmere, whipcord, and silk are avail
The pattern. No US3, Is cut In sizes
S2 to 42 Inches bust measure Medium
size requires 5 7-8 )ards of 3U-lnch mate
rial, with IIS jaril of ; Inch satin and
3- yard of fl'-lnch allover.
Th above pattern can be obtained b
sendUg 10 cents to the pattern de
partment of The Washington Herald.
A siphon of soda Is an excellent Are
extinguisher, as the carbonic acid gas
in the soda water helps to stifle the
flames The siphon can be tilted and
the fluid will carry to a considerable
height, such as the top of a blazing
Celery and Lettuce.
Celery and lettuce may be kept fresh
br standing the roots In cold water and
throwing over them a damp cloth or dry
manlla paper Tbey should, before using
be washed thoroughly, soaked In ice
water and dried on a towel
Addie's Sark Raisin Cake.
One cup sugar, one tablespoonful lard,
one-half cup molasses, a little salt, one
cup water or milk, one teaspooniul soda.
a little ginger, allspice, clove and cin
namon, raisins and flour
Latest and Greatest Novel
j? By HAROLD MacGRATH
ON THE BOX,
HALF A ROGUE,
THE GOOSE GIRL,
THE LURE OF
THE MASK, Etc.
Harold MacGntth knows Just what the people want in the way of fiction and
govern hinuelf accordingly in hit latest book, Tit fUct tf Hnrpnttiu. The
yam ii clever, at all MacGnth't books are. Chicagt tfrwt
Tt TUct tfHincjvutiu it a tatufriiur romance.
Cincinnati Cctiantrcuu Tnltat
A mystery story which keeps the wiu workintr all the tune, but it it in no
way concerned with crime or the pursuit of criminals. Btffali Exfrtiti
Tht Place tfHinejmniu it of the kind of novelt that women ipeciallj love.
llluttrtttd fy Arthur I. KiUtr
At alt EuistOtrt. Pria $1.30 tut. Tht BiuZhlmill Ci., libluhtrt
Claim to Estate of
San Franc scoScal., Nor. 15 An In
timation of what promises to be a sen
sational episode In the life of Critten
den Robinson, champion wing shot of
the world, find until his death, Janu
ary 18 last, a resident of Ban Fran
cisco and Paris, was revealed here to
day when Mrs. Minnie Robinson, claim
ing to be his widow, filed a petition
for $500 monthly allowance from the
170,000 estate left by the decedent
sportsman. A few hours later Mrs.
Fannie M. Robinson, whom Robinson
tried in 188S to divorce, but failed,
filed her Interest in the estate and de
manded that copies of all papers al
ready presented In the controversy be
turned over to her.
Robinson, following a court order
directing him to give his wife $50 a
month for her support, left the United
States and took up residence In Parts,
'where he became an international fig
ure -by reason of bis marksmanship. He
returned here In April, 1911, to die.
EX0HEBATE RAILWAY COMPANY,
Jury Returns Verdict of Xot Galley
of Vlolnllna- Herniation.
A verdict of ' not guilty" was returned
by a Jury yesterday In the case In which
the Washington Railway and Electric
Company was charged with violating the
regulation promulgated by the Interstate
Commerce Commission, which enjoins
persons from riding on the running
boards of the street cars
In the specific case before Judge Pugh
in Police Court, the conductor swore that
no persons were riding on the running
board. The Jury accepted his statement.
Liberty la Short.
After only about three hours of liberty,
Carrol Thurstone, who escaped yester
day afternoon from the National Train
ing School for Boys, was captured and
taken back to the school The boy had
been allowed the run of the grounds, and
In the early afternoon walked off Some
three hours later the authorities of the
school received word that he had been
seen In Southwest Washington
r r -THE.BUSY CORNER" T
Why Delay the Buying of
Your Winter Underwear?
The plain facts are that you will need heavier underwear soon and
there Is small chance of bettering these values.
Women's Vests and Pants, fleeced
Jersey fitting; high neck, long
sleeve vests; ankle length pants:
regular sizes; a gar- 3Sc
ment - ww.
Women's Silk and Wool Vests;
high neck, lone sleeves: in regu
lar and extra sizes. "Seconds" eQr
of the 11.00 kind j wu
Women's Union Suits winter
weight, fleeced, ribbed, high neck,
long sleeves; ankle length, at
50c and 59c
Women's "Duofold" Underwear,
the kind made of two light-weight
fabrics with air space between;
vests and pants, a gar- Sflf
Union "suit's at Vl" "
Children's Jersey Fitting Fleeced
union Suits, bleached or cream
color, shell finished, tape 50.
neck. 50c values at ..."C
Children's Fleece Ribbed Jersey
Fitting Vest and Pants Regular
3Sc values In all sizes, a gar- OC
ment -.. wu
Ribbed Underwear Store Street
GETS FAMILY SILVER,
Thief, -rrlth Duplicate Key, Enters
of Mrs. T. R. Dnucan.
A duplicate key Is supposed to have af
forded the means of entrance Into the
house of Mrs. T. R. Duncan, IS Ten
nessee Street Northeast, last night, for
the robber, who carried off table .silver
and Jewelry valued at 330 None of the
family was in the house between the
hours of 6.30 and 3.30 o clock, and when
the returned they found the rofms bad
been rifled for valuables Mrs. Duncan
could throw no light on the identity of
The articles stolen were described to
the police as follows Nine sterling sil
ver spoons, one dozen sliver tea knives,
two silver table spoons, five steel knives,
one gold watch with a long gold chain,
one two-stone ring, one plain gold ring,
one brooch, one gold bracelet, ne onyx
broch. e gold locket, and a gold chain
MINE DISASTERS CLAIM 1,453.
There were 1,433 men killed In coal
mine accidents during the first eight
months of this year. W of whom were
in Pennsylvania and Zli in st Vir
ginia, according to an announcement
from the Bureau of Mines yesterda.
Unless there are exceptional disasters
before January 1 the death rate this
year will be lower than last, when J.T1J
"terrorise rnmlly; nob House. f
Tarrytown. N. T , Nov IS. Drlv ing the
family to bed. where they lay in terror
for nearly an hour, burglars early to
day ransacked the home of Ma.tland
F Griggs, of Ardsley-on" H udson and
ecaped with J3.C00 la-Jewels The bur
Elars were discovered by Mrs. Griggs
little son Northram. who awoke Ms
mother. She sounded an alarm after tee
thieves had departed
Friday's Remnant Sale Creates Matchless Bargain Opportunities
25c Scarfs &
day at 19c Each
Odd lots of German
Linen Bureau Scarfa
and Pillow Shams to
all around and with
one row of drawn
work Pretty decorative
pieces for the horaa.
Reduced to 13c each.
IT PAW TO UEAL
PAW TO UEAL JH
SEVENTH ANO K "TrlEPEPENDAfHJ STORE"
75c Roasting Pans Reduced to 25c
Odd lots of Sheet Steel Seamlesa Double Roasting
Pans large size The well known "Nesco make
Subject to slight Impe-fectlons bo trivial, how
ever, as not to Impair their usefulness
e as not to impair tneir useiu
Regular ?3c kind at 3Sc each
50c Table Da
ered to 29c Yd.
Remnants of good.
heavy quality Table
Damask. In, lang bs
from 1 4 to 3 ards
each. Excellent grade
for geneal use
Regular EOc goods
for :Sc yard.
MAKER'S STOCK OF ONT
Fashionable Felt Hats, Sold Regu
larly at $2.50 and.$.3.0Q,Jn a.JRe
markable Sale To-day. at . '. . .
The supremacy of this store as a distributing point for unusual millinery alues is again
clearlj emphasized in the present offering of fashionable Untnmmed Hats at 98c. The aston
ishingly low price at which we can sell these hats is but part of the story. It is important to
know the stjles are the ery newest and most desirable Every a 's entirely fresh, new and
of excellent qualit).
They consist of fine quality Felt Hats, in black, pavy blue, and brown; the stylish, bright
finish felts which the world of fashion is wearing this season Ip a complete assortment of
small, medium, and dress shapes, correct styles in Walking or Dress Hats for women and miases.
$5 and $6 Ostrich Plumes, $3.29
One of the most remarkible sales of Plumes
offered in our hlstorj Black, White and Col
ored Ostrich Plumes of finest selected quality,
all with large, wide heads and extra long thick
Very rich, lustrous quality, perfect in every
respect Colors are in the finest shadings, from
brown and nav blue showing all the most desirable
shapes in small medium, and large hats Fashionable
walking or dress shapes also the popular Tarn- rvQ
o" Shanter Crown Hats in complete variety Reg- -?rif
ular $3 00 to H 00 lalues at . uuv'
Lot of Ostrich Bands in black and white excellent
qualit and desirable length, very popular for Ofr
thla season s trimmings Regular 2.00 value fS. iP
at ... . vj-v
Three-ln-a-bunch Ostrich Tips In black whl'e, brown,
pink, light blue Alice blue, dark blue. gold. m -f - f
cerise and ttupe. all with large heads Reg- JS I I I
ular J2 50 values at .,., V -'
Women's Tailored Suits
Remainders of Regular
Stock, Sold at $20.00
and $22.50, for..
Where odd lots of suits are concerned we cut deeply into
regular prices for the sake of quick clearance. This keeps our
regular stock of Suits clean and free from broken sizes.
Unusual advantages are offered to-day in Women's Stylish
Tailored Suits the few-of-a-kind garments left from our most
popular lines. There are about half a hundred of these suits, all
of which have been marked at this low price for immediate dis
posal. Materials consist of serges, cheviots, diagonals, novelty
weaves, and mannish mixtures. Coats lined with satin duchesse.
Every size in the lot, but not all sizes of each style. Sale
A Friday Clearance Sale JjQ QfT
of the Broken Lots at . . . P.CO
You know the policy that governs our Friday sales of Men's
Clothing a quick clearance of all broken lines at cost-regardless
prices. To-day's remnant sale gies you a wide selection of
brand-new, stylish suits at a figure that represents extraordinary
Suits of all-wool casslmeres. In neat gray mixture", dark browns,
olnm color fancy stripes, and many other desirable designs Nearly all
sizes In the lot we can fit you If you are a man of average build.
Every suit well tailored and perfect fitting. Style, workmanship. -and
oualltv cannot be bettered at the regular prices these suits were meant
to sell for 112 50 and $15 00 Come to-day and see what really remark
able values they are,at J8"25.
10c a Length
Lot of importer's sample pieces of
All Over Laces, OTlntal and Shadow
Laces, in white cream, and ecru, in
3-8 of a ord lengths ofTered at Wo
Suitable for yokes, sleev es and neck
wear 6old regularly at 50e a yard
Remnants of 18-inch Embroidery
Flounclngs and Corset Cover Embroi
deries, also bands of Cluny Shadow,
and Nottingham Laces - r
Worth up to Sc a yard. Rem- I OC
nant price yard .
Remnant lot of Cotton Torchon
Laoee. In edges and Insertions, -j
Worth up to Sc a yard. Rem- I
nant price. ord ............. ...
Remnant Lots of
brown. 3 yards long and 3d IncheS
wiuo. untsneu uiui neavy tassel
fringe Most of tham matoh Ofi
Odd lot of Men's Separate Trou
sers, of fine quality pure worsteds and
fancy casslmeres. In a number or
stylish designs and colors: sizes 3S
to a waist measurement. tfiQ Q
Values worth M.00 and (D,00
$t. Pair jh "
Odd lot of Men's Hats, In Mack
derbies and soft shapes, large va
riety of colors and styles, nearly
all sites In the lot. For- h- - (
mer J2.C0 to J3.00 values, iT)l.iy
33 Men's Fine Quality Winter Over
coats, In all-wool Oxford grays, black
and fancy effects; three-quarter and
full lengths, sizes 32
to 42. Worth 115.00
22 Men's "Slip-on" Rain Coats, mads
of casstmere; double texture ckvh
and all-wool single texture
ciotn: sizes m to c vai
ues worth $12X0 and 13.
32.00 Sale price, per strip
37 pah-s of Fine Quality Cable Net,
Scotch, and Nottingham Lace Cur
tains. 3 and ZV, yards long. 50 to 60
inches wide In white, ecru, and
Arabian shades; 1 to 4 pairs of a
tuna coia at tt-w pair
Odd lot of Tapestry Portieres. Couch
and Table Covers all full size and
of the most desirable quality. In at
tractive Oriental designs. rr
Sold at Jira and J2.50. Sale MNo
price, each XJKJK,
Small lot of Men's Handkerchiefs,
including Plain White. Hemstitched.
Initial. Janonette. with sllk-embrolder-ed
initials, and Fancy Handkerchiefs
for various kinds of fancy work.
These are subject to slight imperfec
tions ..Values worth up to 19c each. Re
duced to SIX for 23c.
Men's Pure Linen Initial Handker
chiefs: fancj" colored bordered hand
kerchiefs, soft finish, mill nf
seconds. Worth lie each Re- VI"if
duced to FOUR for . """
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