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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORXINC, JULY .'JO, 1008.
7 0 'Ike Time Now thst the time of rosea Is with ni N e mnt not forget that this time will . not be for long and we should do onr best to make with the leaves those dalntr preparations that will keep Its sweet scent with ns throughout the year. The rose Jar or potpourri can be made to ' keep the. scent of the rose for a long time, even though the beauty of the flower is gone. For the sweetest of potpourri gather the rosea In jthe early morning, before the dew Is off them, and spread the petals out to dry. When thoroughly dry. place them In layers In a stone Jar and over each half-Inch layer of petals sprinkle salt from a salt-shaker. Add fresh, dry pe tals every morning, sprinkling salt over each layer, until the Jar la fulL Let It staud 10 days, stirring once each day with wooden -spoon. Then remove the petals froui the Jar and replace, sprlukllng each half-tuch layer with the following mix ture: An ounce of cinnamon, an ounce of nllxplce and an ounce of cloves, ground coarsely together. When the Jar Is filled, cover It and let stand another 10 days to ripen. Have ready one-fourth ounce each of mace, allspice and cloves, half an ounce of cinnamon and a quarter of a pound each of lavender and Florence or ris root. Mix these well together and place alternately In layers with the roses In the prettiest rose Jar yon possess. To each luyer may be sdued a drop each of oil of geranium, rose, neroll. violet and almond. A simpler recipe Is as follows: Gather one peck of fresh rose petals and spread them on pnpera la the sun to dry. sprink ling over them a pint of salt. Turn them each day while drying. When quite dry put them Into a scone crock, add oue ounce each of coarsely ground cloves, hut meg, coriander seed aud orris root and a little oil of bergamot. Over all pour an ounce of alcohol and a teaspoonful each of essence of rose, violet and lavender. Stir each day for a week, then place In row Jars and keep well covered. It will retain Its delicate and exquisite fragrance for years. Remove the cover and stir It slightly and the air of the room will be daintily perfumed. A most delightful preserve may be tjummer Although the most uncomfortable ef fect of hot weather Is the tendency to perspire. It Is this very fact that make the hot weather a factor for health, as In this weather we perspire more pro fusely and In this way throw off much waste mutter, such as uric acid, which the American people seem to be especial ly nfiikted with, and summer Is the best chance to rid the system of this Insidi ous foe. We should, therefore, try to Increase the flow of perslratlon, not to check it. Drink as much water as pos sible, exercise freely and perspire freely nnd the hottest day will not harm yon. Water should rot be taken too cold. Drinks should be cool, but If chilled to n very great decree they do not qneucn the thirst as well, and In some cases, es pecially after violent exercises, they may have a dangerous effect. Buttermilk Is Southern California Advertisements ...H"t"M"H"I"H' I' M 'M"i"-M-8i-H-H-' ttt-fiM "ft - SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Season 1908. GREATEST.F ISHING TOURNAMENTS. Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt ing, Golf, Tennis, etc CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves. HOTEL METROPOLE European and American plan. ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $5.00 per week upwards; $8.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Builing, Los Anegles, Calif. THE NEW ROSSLYN 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75o to $2. American, $1.50 to 3.00. FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS HOLLENBECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A, C Billcke. John S. MltchelL TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING. NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Improvements made this season for the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIAN3. PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgi cal establishment, like Battle Creek Sanitarium. Absolutely the only sani tarium In Southern California having a cool summer climate: every day delightfully sunny. Overlooking San Diego Bay and the Pacific Booklet at Republican office or by writing H. W. Lindsay, Mgr., National City, Cal. " AG NEW SANITARIUM, San Diego. California. Handsomest and best equipped establishment of Its kind In the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior in every respect and combine the com forts and luxuries" of the home. San Diego is noted for its even climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at The Re publican office. BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, LOS ANGELES. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism, b;a utiful scenery, cool ocean breeze. Hot Springs water in every room; no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. Pamphlets at Republican office or by writing Dr. G. V. Tape, Medical Supt. t ?" R oses. made from rose leave If the dlreettOM of this old recipe from the Orient be care-. Inlly followed. The rosea ahonld be cot In foil bloom ' and as fresh and fragrant as possible, J pull out the petals and spread them on a', tray to dry and prevent mildew. ' When sufficient hare been cut to fill a Jar of the" desired slxe put the petals Into a preserv ing kettle with a little water and let simmer until tender. Add enough sugar, to make a rich syrup and boll until thick, ' Pour Into glasa Jelly tumblers and seal. This makes a delightful and unusual - conserve and Is the most delicious ofd navonng extracts wnen added to pna-; dings, sauces and enstards, and la also; added to mincemeat with pleasing effect. Those daintiest of sweets, candled rose leaves, are the simplest of things to make, though their dainty appearance gives them a look of being difficult With care one can hardly fall, - -Si Make a very thick syrup of the best white sugar and a little water and let It boll until It will "thread-' when 4roppdi from the apoon. Then drop the thickest; and most perfect rose petsls Inro It. r-ln two or three minutes lift them out care- fully and olace on oiled paper' to dry.. After about 13 minutes drop them again Into the hot syrup and spread them again' on oiled paper to dry. Dust thickly with the finest pulverised white sugar on. both sides. The fresnest and most fragrant petals should be used. Freutt roses may be kept much longer If a little alum la dissolved In the water In. which they are placed. . ; If we but cultivate onr opportunities and utilize the flowers and herbs growing ftl-out us we will find that there are many charming scents and flavors that have been waiting at our very doorxteps wblcb we have failed to utilize. The rose gerA nnium has a delightful odor and Imports a most enjoyable and distinctive flavor The verbena also has properties of this nature, and If you look about you are; very apt to find the useful patch of mint growing within short distance of your, house. The rinds of the lemon snd orange have flavoring power far greater than the Juices of these fruits, ss the skius con tain the essential oils. ', Hygi lene. a particularly wholesome beverage fof summer. . : One of the greatest dangers of summer Is a chill. We come In hot and tired; pull off coat or waist and sit In a strong draught aud then contract a chill that may have most serious results. It Is always a mistake to overdress, as yon become more easily heated and chilled In this case The body should be given a chance to react of Its own ac cord. Make your underclothing ss simple as can be. Don't multiply skirts. A long chemise worn over corsets will he found to fill the place of both corset cover aud skirt. The appearance of coolness In the house Is a greut aid. Do away with all heavy hangings, carpets and rngs that are not absolutely necessary and do np all up holstered chairs with washable slip cov ers. Hotel ln9raham INGRAHAM AND B1XEL STS, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. A full-fledged city hotel on the Amer ican and European plans. New, luxurious, restfuL Beautiful lawns and Mission Piazza. Always cool and free from dust, and noise. Take Seventh St, car on Broadway to BlxeL B. BEYETi. Prop'r. an mmsL THE NATTICK HOUSE First and Main Sts, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European, 50c to 12-00. Inexpensive The clever woman, who has good taste and Judgment In selecting becoming clothes, can always look well gowned In summer, even If expense has to be most carefully considered, as the materials for thin summery frocks are cheap, aud now aday It Is smart to hare one'a frocks very simply made and trimmed. Of course, the designing of these very simple gowns must be Irreproachable, and tbe style muBt be novel and unusual, even If unpretentious. A study of the frocks sketched will partially explain thla Idea, as both of tbe gowns pictured are smart and modish, and still are not elab orate, and are well within the scope of the borne dressmaker. The linen frock made In semlprlncess style, both back and front views of which are shown In tbe drawing, was most attractive In the original, and the linen-covered buttons down the center of tbe back, from the yoke to tbe bottom of tbe skirt, was a specially attractive feature. Tbe model gown was of pale blue linen, with heavy r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. Fourth and .Main Ma American Plan Reopened Rates f) CA Rooms Per Day fP&.,GVJ without Bath Rnomn With Bath $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan II on per day and tip Willi ballitl.auandnp F. O. JOHNSON, Pi op. Cor. Sixth & Hops Streets. HOTEL ACACIA European plan. Every modern con venience; elevator bervlce. Low sum mer rates. Ben H. Crow, P rop, Los Angeles. Cal. MILLS COLLEGE. For Young Women. Only Woman's College on Pacific Coast. Offers same advantages as best Eastern Institutions. Full Col legiate . course. Degrees conferred. For 3 years only, the three upper classes of the Seminary Dept., offer ing preparation for Mills College, the Universities and Eastern Colleges, will be continued.' (Accredited) Spe cial opportunities In Domestic Science, Music and Art . Earnest Christian influences; non-sectarian; all forms of healthful out-door amusements. Ideal location In beau tiful Oakland hills. Fall term begins Aug. 12, '08. For catalogue and Brochure of views, address Mrs. C. T. Mills, President, Mills College P. O., Calif. LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Loma Linda, or Hill Beautiful, is the name of one of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near Redlands. sixty-two miles east of Los Angeles, on main line of the S. P. The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully ' administered. Sum mer prices)- from June to October. Send for Booklet "C." Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. sT f S09 So. HilT SL, Loa Angelas, CaL Strong, Original, Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust, elasa or clan absolute MERIT Its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias tic, COMPLETE. A school of FORCE. CHARACTER and INFLUENCE! Prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD BURY testimonial and a Vital force In the world. "BETTERNESS" Its olftlnctlve quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year -begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W' It la Uluutrated. Interesting. Instructive. INSPIRING. Frocks for S ummer lace figures dyed pale bine set Into tbe Bleeves and the front of the bodice. A narrow bias band of black and white striped silk outlined tbe yoke, and was also nsed on tbe open sleeves, as ex plained by the sketch. Tbe dress was made with a panel front and back, the skirt and - bodice being Joined at the sides by a band of the stitched linen. The skirt of tbe model gown was plaited, bnt a gored circular skirt would also be excellent. These semlprlncess gowns, with a panel down tbe front, or in both tbe front and the back, with a belt at the sides, are very much Uked this season, and some very attractive morning gowna are seen where tbe bodice and skirt are made separately and tbea Joined by a belt of tbe material. One very attractive frock recently seen was of tbls sort, tbe material used for the gown being a dull blue linen. Tbe skirt was a gored circular aud fastened ATTRACTIVE MODKL$ FOli THE HOMU DRESSMAKER. THE RtTAlL GRAFT ON THE CANTALOUPES One Reason 'Ascribed For Low Prices and Poor Demand in the East, ! The following special dispatch to the Los Angeles Times a few days ago from Boston, Is printed for the j benefit of those connected with the jcantaloue industry. The fact that ; there was a slum in the market a ifew days ago is generally known 'and it was caused in large part by , the congestion of many shipments ; delayed by floods, etc. Then, too. it lis stated that the eastern market is I not so hungry for cantaloupes as a year ago or rather that since the! panic a lot of people who bought ; cantaloupes a year ago nre now do- i jlng without them. The dispatch to j the Times, however. Indicates that the j retailer in the eastern market is the j ;real stumbling block. He has been ! so much in the habit of making! ! easy money on eastern melons that I ;he cannot reconcile himself to small- I er profits nor adjust the supply to the demand as he would In other i lines. The dispatch says: 1 "The 1908 crop of cantaloupes Is the greatest in years, yet wholesale ' dealers can not sell them, and pro- j ducers are likely to suffer a heavy I loss. I "The fruit Is rotting on the hands . of the big wholesalers, while the public, anxious to buy. Is deterred because of high prices. The rea son for this, according to the big wholesalers. Is the course adopted by tho retailers. "In former years cantaloupes have sold at from ten to fifteen cents each to consumers, and the retailers have paid from one-half to two thirds of that amount. This year the retailer buys the melons at from 2V4 to 4 cents each," explained Man ager Simpson of the John B. Drake Co., No. 94 Solth Market street. No Hill Too Steep Jf No Sand Too rf7 ucen tor i Runabout. 18 h.p $91)0.00 Taurine Cars. 24 h.p... .$13ou.U0 and $1650.00 Tourlnc Car. 35 h p.. 4 cylinders $2150.00 Cantleman'a Roadster $2150.00 Send for Ciulotoe and List ol Used Cars Agents wanted where not represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1118 S. Main St, Los Anceles , 7V if ear. down the feft lde:f the front, aa did the bodice . which wascot to show a square gulmpe, -sad -tberi finished by a two-Inch band et:tD linen, which ex tended down the left side, somewhat after the Russian., btous6 style. Large white pearl buttons aad' buttonholes were nsed down the entire length of the frock at the 'left,' gut '.the "strap belt was stitched to the gown, so that when fin ished its was sll la one ptece. Another pretty, style shows this same Idea of the large- Iwrttons from gulmpe to hem, but the claaJai? Is down tbe cen ter of the front, instead of at tbe side. The second gown .abowY a little more pretentious gown aketcturd than that Just described, but this .model also could be euslly copied. , Linen, eottoa rajah, rhambray or such material could be .used for such a frock, tbe skirt of wnldti waa abort and plaited In style. - ' . ..DOKOTHY DALE. "and what he should do is to dou ble his orders, cut .his ; retail prices in half, and -thus dispose of the crap. The public would buy.'' They would be only too glad to get rich melon at a reasonable price. In stead of that, the- dealers refuse to increase their orders., and continue to sell cantaloupes at two for'a quar ter. I CooL SATURDAY, SUNDAY, $3.1 PHOBIC ALL PRE3&OTT GRAYS First Gamenbf Championship Series W. S. Goldsvyorthy, G. A. ummer Tea Paacfc Make a quart of tea. When cold pour It over sugar which has been moistened with rum, add half a cup of lemon Juice and pnt Into a bowl with a large piece of Ice; last, add half a lemon ent Into thin slices, with a few bits of orange and half a cup of mara schino cherries, Tea Frappe Boll together for five minutes a cup of sugar and two cups of water, add the Juice and rind of three oranges and the Juice of two lemons with a cup of pineapple pulp. Make some strong tea by pouring a pint of boiling water over four teaspooufuls of tea and steeping five minutes; cool, mix with tbe fruit, strain and freeze. Asulrlaa Coffee Cop Make a pint of very strong black coffee and add hulf a teaspoonful of almond flavoring. Strain through a fine sieve and heat in a double boiler to Just the boiling point. Then add two well beaten egg mixed with two tablespoonf uls of sugar and four of thick cream and cook until the custard coats the spoon. Take It off the fire, bent well and cooL Jnst before serving ndd a pint of whipped cream sweetened to tnste. a pint of shaved Ice and a quart of charged water. Herv'e In tu II glasses with a very little whipped cream on top. Oraage Krappe The best oranges for making beverages are those which are small, thin skinned, Juicy and sweet. Boll a cup of sugar with two cups of water for five minutes, cool aud add a cup of Tbe illustration shows a few pieces of furniture which would add much to the comfort of tbe summer piazza, the wicker swing and the comfortable easy chair both being very desirable models. The swing Is shown In the sketch with out cushions, but a comfortable mattress cushion covered with cretonne aud sev eral pillows Is a great addition. When the wicker is stained green a "They are paying $1.75 for a crate of melons, and selling the crate at retail for $G." Fred Clarke believes that he has a winner in young Cy Young, the second whom he obtained in a deal with Bos ton. The southpaw who was a sensa tion in his first vear in the fast set, has done little or nothing since. Veranda Furnishings. Off Excursion to LONG LIMIT vs nil Beverages. $ 4. orange Juice and half a cup of lemon Juice, stir till cold and then add the pulp of the oranges, pounded smooth. Freeze nntll halt stiff and serve in sherbet glasses. Hsmsiarlaa Co tree Prepare a quan tity of strong black coffee and add creara and sugar to taste. Chill thoroughly, and In serving pnt a spoonful of vanilla Ice cream In the bottom of each tall glass and pour tbe coffee over It. Cafe Frappe Make a qnart of strong coffee and sweeten well while hot. CooL strain and add a enp op rich cream: freeze to a soft consistency and serve In glass sherbet cups with small spoons. Frnlt Frappe Boil together a enp of sugar and two cups of water for five minutes, cool and add the Juice of any fruit, such as raspberries or currants, with a cup of lemon Juice or a cup of orange Juice and half a cop of lemon Juice mixed. Let It get cold and Jnst before freezing sdd the unbeaten whites of three eggs. Freeze till half stiff and ' serve in sherbet cups. Frnlt faarh-Mix together any kind of summer fruit yon may have on hand nntll yon have a quart, using orauges and pineapples for the larger share. Add the Juice of three lemons and a small cup of sugar; let this stand while yon boll a cup of sugar with two cups of water. Tour this over the fruit and stir well. When perfectly cold put Into a bowl and add a large piece of Ice and two quarts of charged water, or use plain water and crushed ice. Instead of the block. cashion pad of bright red Is very pic turesque, or else tbe pad can be of green, with bright flowered cretonne cushions. Tbe cbntr pictured s broad and has wide arms, and Is an excellent shape for a comfortable lounging or reading chair. A cushion can also lie fitted to tbe back if desired, although only the chair seat of cretouue la shown lu the drawing. UEATKKJE CAKKT. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. Wa expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. COTT L STARS W. L. Garver, C. P. & T. A.