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ARIZONA REPUBLICAN A ' f. is. AW INDEPENDENT PROGRESSJVE JOURNAL THIRTY-FIRST YEAR VOL. XXXI., NO. 184 (Section Two) PHOENIX, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1920 (Section Two) THE mmm - .. - - ' V X V r. t 6 - KrmMm Opts Why Politics Affects Your Home BY MAUD WOOD PARK (Chairman National League of Women Voters) In the kitchen ef her own heme Sister Mary eeeke daily for a family ef four adults. Shr brought to her kitchen an understanding of the chemistry ef cooking, sained from study ef domio science In a state univer sity. Consequently the advice she effere ie a happy earn- Ina'.lon of theory and practice. Every recipe she gives U kr own, first tried out and served at her family table V BETTER LAWS, NOT MORE Fifteen thousand statutes is the yearly record of the 4$ etate legislatures. Vhat part have you i.layed in putting these laws upon the states' books? What voice have you had in the selection of the 7347 men who made these laws? The federal government, powerful and complete, with its absolute decree in j foreign affairs, and its ton regular departments and supplementary bureaus, boards and councils at home, is not nearly so determining a factor in the gov 'erned life of the citizen as is the state. The federal government was designed to he tha agent of the states acting 'together. The men who originated our national government though of the union as a partnership of self-coverninc units. At that time tne state existed with unlimited power. They specifically limited it for common national utility. The state may act in any way not forbidden by the constltuton, the led eral rovernment may act only by grant of constitution. Hence the import " If there are members in the family who will insist on '"." T:rLf,''Zt,Tnr ; i 1 iiii i.in v State legislatures, receiving their powr from tne people, men a i naving cooked cabbage once in a while there is a way to men alIke maU, lhe buik of that legislation which is commomy can 4 cook it without advertising' the fact for a week after wards. I Cut a head of cabbage into sixths. Add teaspoon of soda to a kettle of boiling salted water. Put in the cabbage and cook 18 minutes uncovered. The Cabbage , will be tender and can then be creamed or scalloped or fixed as one may wish. There will be no odor of cabbage through the house. 81 m m tw Easy to Reduce Grocery Bills Now Thousands of women her rrr th United State and all are finding . k. . !! reduce their S:rTry billa at liast ten per rent by arvlnr a more economical orainnsi. All grorerr tr now carry a fresh tock of Life " What. which costs onlv a few cents a package, yet which makes 12 pounds of rich, nourishing fond when conked KreryheT likes the sweet, nut-like flavor of 11 fe O Whest, which makes It so' decidedly different from other breakfast foods. "W'e surfest that you order a psckage from your grocer to day, as he will refund your money If you are not satisfied. What a joy a cup of good coffee first thing in the morning! Ilcnvthcfra grancc steals up into your nostrils 1 J low you enjoy the smooth, rich taste! What economy! Itcost3 just about the same per cup a ordinary coffee. "How can I get it?" Buy any of the coffees packed in vacuum-sealed . -f ii i tins, incy arc an gooa; - y or three arc really fine, our money back if you don't like Schilling's. Schilling Coffee Menu for Tomorrow BREAKFAST ChiUed grape and orango Juice, fried green tomatoes with milk gravv. buttered toast, coffee. L.lNCIIEON Spiced veal, creamed potatoes, celery, salad, sponge cake, tea. DINNER Cream of lima bean soup, roast duck, baked sweet ootatoe scal loped cauliflower, grapes and pears, toasted crackers, cheese, coffee. My Own Recipes A mixed cheese could be used with the crackers for a change. Two ounces of Roquefort, added to a cream cheese. Kive a Roquefort taste, and the hole in one's housekeeping allowance is not unreasonable, llnely chopped plmen toes and the yolk of a hard-boiled egg may be added. Sl'ICED VEAL 2' pounds of lean veal. 1-3 pound salt pork, cup cracker crumbs 2 eggs. '2 cup tomato catsup. ' teaspoon pepper. 1 lemon (grated rind). 1 cuo water. 2 tablespoons butter. Chop meat very fine. Keat eggs well. Mix first seven Ingredients. Mold the meat Into a brick-shaped loaf. Roll In fine cracker crumbs. Put In a small dripping pan and bake an hour to an hour and a half in a mod erate oven. Haste with the water and butter. This may be prepared the day before and sliced cold. CKLKRY SALAD 11 cups diced celery. t-'a cup diced apples. 1 larqe green pepper. ' Lettuce. , French dressinq. Vash pepper and remove aeeds end touch white fiber. Shred or cut Into thin circles. Mix celery and apples with dressing. Arrange on lettuce, add pepper and serve. A salad that ia mixed with Wench dressing should t:rt be allowed to stand after mixing. and wo- ed gov ernment. They enact laws protecting life and property (including divorce and marriage laws); laws promoting the common welfare, having to do with trade, industry, roads, health, charities, education, taxes on persons and property tex cepting the income tax), banks, insurance, agriculture and conservation. The price you pa-y for public utilities such as gas. electricity, street car transportation and telephone service is frequently fixed by the State. Except where the constitution is infringed upon, the state is the chief high court of the land. How many laws do you need each year to make you a good citizen? Fewer laws, thoughtfully enacted, rightly administered, faithfully adhered to are better than the mass of loose Jegtslatlon that now obstructs Justice. Let quality rather than quantity be the awtchword of the new voter. ADVENTURE'S OP THE- TWINS V OW Rokewtx Barton. Coiifessioii BMBB3KmmmSilmmmmmZCmmZmmmmW soiaoo THE BOOK OF DEBORAH. THE PICNIC The Meadow Grove school was havinsr a picnic. Mr. Scribble Scratch, the fairyman schoolmaster, announced it on Friday afternoon after recess, and such a racket you never heard such squealirgs and squeakings and croakings and whistlings and buzzings and everything. Even Nick, who always tried to be dignified (being truant officer, you know), threw up his cap and caught it on his toe, and Nancy did a happy little jig around the room. They were to meet on Saturday under the big willow tree on the edge or Lily Tond and each family was to bring its own basket of goodies. Of course, all that night there were the best smells ever in Meadow Grove Land, because there were cakes and pies to bake arid sandwiches to be made, and mild-berry- Ti! The Beautiful Permanent Wave We use a steam pro cess which will not injure the hair and guarantee it for six months. Shampooing with dis tilled water, 75c. Jefferson Hair Store Hotel Bldg. Phone 4139 If you could have seen the lovely basket Mrs. Woodchuck set on the piano. ade to bottle- Mrs. Squirrel didn't go to bed until twelve and got up at thre, and Mrs. Bunny didn't go to bed at all. Mrs. Woodchuck kept at it until old Grandaddy Mole, who aJways said he was hard of hearing as well as seeing, had to jap on the wall so he could get tome sleep. But, oh boy! if you could have eeen the lovely basket Mrs. 'Woodchuck. finally set on the piano, piled up snowy and round like a gipsy wagon, only with mysterious, delicious looking lumps sticking up here ajid there under the neatly stretched napkin, and the lovely piles of starched "coaties" laid on chairs for the family to slip into at daybreak, you'd have decided, 'I'm sure, that It didn't hurt old Mr. Mole one bit to lose an eyeful or two of sleep. But the mean thing told it all over that he'd lost forty winks. : i . WILL LIST ALL SCIENTIFIC BOOKS LONDON Once more the attempt to list the thousands and thousands of scientific works printed in all lang uages will be made. The International Council convened here by the Royal Society will catalogue the works. Sev eral previous attempts have failed be cause of the sizo of th task. Dr. It. Forester Morely probably will le In charge of the commission appointed for the work. SARCASTIC "The advantages of the last coal you sent me are so obvious that I shall he glad if you will send me the same kind again." wrote a man to his coal mer chant. "After parsing unscathed through .the fire grates of the house,' I have managed to erect with what re mains more than half the boundary wall at the rear of my premises, and I wish to finish the Job." Edinburgh Scotsman. Wonder If Van Actually Believes That He Fools 'Em All! Jim had been awfully subdued and still ever since his return from the hos pital. We agreed that his mood was a strange one for our cheerful Jimmy boy and that it must be due, in part to the slowness of his recovery. His nurses suggested that his lethargy might be caused by his long con finement to the sick room following so closely utn months of activity in the air service. Our smiling Jim no longer spoke un less spoken to; he grew restless and irritable and for the first time, critical of his bebe wife. I heard the family reason about him", but I kept my own ideas about him to myself. From what Jim had said to me, I concluded that he couldn't keep bis mind from dwelling more than was good for him upon the strange drama of bis delirium when he had reverted to his bachelorhood, had considered himself unmarried, had held Deb's hand hour after hour, and had been soothed by her presence. I thought, too, that some hint of the gossip about Ann and Van had come to Jim's ears. Katherine Miller, next door neighbor for 20 years. called on the invalid often. I could always feel the trail of the serpent after she had departed. Jim, who confided in no one but me, said one morning: "Sir. I wish you'd ask Van to come over!" "I'll phone him right away, Jimmj-. Van surely is the mosf entertaining man we know." "Ann likes him," said Jim. "Know ing him will do her a lot of good. "Why, Van's up in everything football ancient Greek and modern Russian drama, early Italian painting music from Bach to Debussy " "And orchids he's hunted 'cm," I exclaimed. Now Jimmy and I were good pals as children, chums In our school days, and good friends forever, and I know I can venture far from the conven tional boundaries of conversation and not Shock' him. I needed light on a confusing subject and since I couldn't talk to Jim about Bob. I hitched the topic onto Van: "I suppose we might call love the most glorious flower of human ex perience. Jimmy?" My brother-in-law looked interested, so I went on: 'Then tell me why it is that Van, who is sincerely devoted to elegance and exclusiveness who adores orchids how can he pick &7 varieties of com mon weeds?" 'Tou refer-to his dozens of love af fairs?" Since Jim didn't shy at the topic, I concluded he wasn't worrying about his wife end Van. "Yes! Van belongs to the last pretty girl that beckons. Everybody knows that!"' "Egotism! It blinds him. What he picks must be fine, he thinks. Weed or orchid look alike in s6me of his moods, I suppose." "I wonder if he actually believes that he fools 'em all?" I rambled on. It i seemed good to talk to .Tim freely. It had been a long time eince Bob and I had exchanged opinions in our old way. "When a man says 'darling' to several women the same week, isn't he well fooling himself a well as them? Now Jim, don't protect your sex. Give me the truth!" "Men who flatter themselves that they cheat women in love cheat themselves eventually." Jim spoke grudgingly, as if he wera handing me Information a woman ought not to possess. So our conversation ended abruptly. ? I said to myself, perhaps triumph antly : "Bob isn't cheating me in love be cause lie isn't pretending to love me I won't let him! He's cheating him self. Cheating himself!" (To Be Continued) o AN UNTOUCHED RESERVE The Guest Do you think there are many fish in this lake? The Landlord Thnro ought to be a lot of 'em. Nobuddy ever ketches any out of it. Detroit News. GERMAN FINANCE A GAMBLE Washington Suffering Germany is offering every opportunity to the spec ulators who want to operate in the in vestment world, according to reports to the department of commerce. Fortunes are being made and lost on the Berlin Stock Exchange because of the many factors which contribute to add to the uncertainties of German values. Deposits of the eight banks last year amounted to 3 billion marks, an increase of 100 per cent in twelve months. Liabilities, inclusive of accept ances, amounted to 40 billion marks at the end of last year as against 6.40C million marks in 1913. The cost of do ing business has increased for th5 banks until their existence becomes a matter of doubt, the report shows. They are confronted by constant de mands for increased wages, by high taxes and the variable business condi tions. Baltimore Sun. : m MAZOIAf equal to butter for shortening at URpKffl about half the cost, " - - -l I ew r? r Af j bs?. n r i h m m m- ar m m .ar -h. mm mm m MACULA , better than lard AASa and compounds '"' ' t preferred by thou Ihfif sands to the finest Y 1 WiMa) ouve oil for salads. AT ALL GROCERS CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY I 17 Battery Place, New York B L tJ J f i 1 &! Delicious Arams. Bcn-Hur Coffee i as delicious as its aroma suggests n.T-Every D-Or4r Today tHi Say BEN-HV C-Hce JOANVM BIOS. CO. ol tmm Xm rrs nt oir rrodoci .. .. ' ' 71 Did You See "The Fairy 9 9 Were you one of the many who saw and heard "The Fairy" in her home yesterday? If not )ou missed a real treat. All wera surprised and delighted with Fairy's Beauty and Music. I They touched tha "Magic Ring" Fairy filled tha room with the glow, softly shaded light another touch and from beneath the silken shade came the voice and music of their favorite artist, reproduced perfectly in Fairy's Magic way. Wednesdsy of each week is "Fairy Day" at tha Home Appliance Company. You are especially invited to be present nxt Wednesday to touch the "Magic Ring" and see and hear Fairy play. But Wednesday that is "Fairy Day The Home Appliance Company THE BLUE BIRD STORE 37 W. Adm Telephone 3289 I 22 Another Royal Suggestion COOKIES and SMALL CAKES From the NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK WHEN the children romp in hungry as young bears, here are some wholesome, economical de lights that 'will not only be received with glee, but wiil satisfy the most ravenous appetite in a most whole some manner. Cookies enp aho-rtenlnc 1 sups surar cup milk. U teaspoo lratd nutmeg; I taaepoon vanUl extract or rrted rltxi of 1 lemon 4 onpa Dour I tvjxxma Royal Bakina; Powder Cream shortening and ragar together; add milk to beaten eggs and beat again; add slowly to creamed shorten ing and sugar; add nutmeg and flavoring; add 2 cups floor sifted with baking pow der; add enough more flour to make stiff dough. Roll out Tery thin on floured board; cut with cookie cutter, sprin kle with sugar, or put a raisin or a piece of English walnut in the center of each. Bake about 13 minutes in hot oven. Cocoa Drop Cakes 4 tablespoon: shorteninr 1 cup susar 1 esc L cup milk TV cape Sour 1 tcupoona Itoyal Baktaar Powder cup cocoa, L teaapoon salt 1 teaapoon ranilla extract BAKING POWIB EM Ah&oJutcfy Pure Cream shortening; add sngar and well-beaten egg; beat well and add milk slowly; silt flour, baking powder, salt and cocoa into mixture; stir until smooth, add vanilla. Put one tablespoon of batter into each greased muffin tin and bake in moderate oven about 20 minutes. Cover with boiled icing. . Orange Cakes 4 tablecpeone ahorteninz; 1 cup aumr cup milk 1 cupa flour ' 5 teaspoon Iloyal Bakms Powder 4 teaspoon aa.lt 1 teaspoon orana extract crated rind of 1 oranea Cream shortening; add sugar slowly, beating well; add milk a little at a time; then add well-beaten egg; sift floor, baking powder and salt to gether and add to mixture; add flavoring and gTated orange rind; mix well. Bake in greased shallow tin, or in dividual cake tins, in hot oven 15 to 20 minutes. When cool cover with orange icing. COOK BOOK FREE Just off the. press and nner than PTcr before. This nrw Roysl Cook Hook con ttvlnlne 400 dellgrhtful re cipes, will b sent to you free If you will send your name and address. ROV.VL B a KINO POWPER CO. ll Fallon SlTMt New York City "Bake with Royal and be Sure"