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+ + ■* + + + + +. + + * + + * + + + + household hints + ♦ ♦♦♦♦-H*********** Cook cranberries with the cheaper cuts of boiled meat to make it tender and delicious. Whenever you have scraps of pas try dough left over, make them into little cases for tarts. Bread taken" from the oven should not be wrapped in cloths. I spoils the flavor of the bread. Mix blueing with hot water before adding it to the rinsing water and the clothes will not streak. When watering house plants, if the water runs in the saucer it is a good sign, if not, something is wrong with the plant. When making a silaline comfort able, buy an extra yard of material. Hem raw edges, and use to cover quilt when folded and placed at the foot of the bed daytimes. When the whole heel of a stocking is gone take another old stocking and cut a piece off. Sew this over the hole and around it. It will sta v much longer than if you darned it. Either mashed or scalloped potatoes are nice with hot boiled ham. Also serve spinach and apple sauce. Potato salad made with bacon fat and served hot is a delicious accompaniment to hot boiled ham. Before cleansing clothes in gaso line, mark each spot with a bit of light thread. Many of the smaller spots will vanish after the garment has been soaked in the gasoline, and the light thread Will save time and labor in locating the spots that may need extra rubbing. * RECIPES * Onion Sauce. Two tablespoons butter or olive oil; brown two tablespoons flour and one small chopped onion in tbe but ter; slowly add one pint or more hot water till smooth. , Tomato Bisk. One can tomatoes, one tablespoon brown sugar, four tablespoons butter substitute, one-half cup corn flour, one quart milk, one-fourth tcaspèon soda, salt and pepper. Cook the toma toes with sugar, salt, pepper and sttda for 10 minutes. Melt the butter, stir in the flour and add the milk. Add the tomatoes to this and serve. Spanish Gravy. Put a tablespoonful of chopped onion and a tablespoonful of oleo into a saucepan. Let them both be come brown, stir in a tablespoonful of flour and let that brown also. Add gradually a cupful of strained sea soned stock, two cloves, a bay leaf and a bit of thyme and parsley. Cook, stirring constantly until well thickened; strain and add a table spoonful of sherry or Worcestershire saucé. Tapioca Cream. One-third cupful pearl tapioca, two cupfuls milk, one egg, one-eighth teaspoonful salt, one-half cupful com syrup (dark); one-half cupful vanilla. Cook the tapioca with the milk in the top of a double boiler until the tapioca is soft and transparent. Beat the yolk of the egg, add salt, syrup and hot milk mixture. Return to the double boiler and cook, stirring un til the mixture thickens. Fold in the stiffly beaten white. Cool. Add fla voring. (Two tablespoonfuls granu I ft. Shoulders All Baking Cares I When*CALUMET } f comes in, all baking troubles ta'*e quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak ing materials, for biscuits cakes— anything without fear •f uncertainty. Calume* makes you forgtt failure. CALUMET BAKING POWDER is the most because it does give L It has tbe big le it U tbe most at WS. fad that it is the big are not satisfied take it back and get your money back. Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approve d officially by the ? J. S. Food Authoi .lies. I save when you bur it. T m HTt wkeo yon it. HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS Large or Small? V m m « "A hat or a bonnet with— Just anything on It," seems to be the rule for millinery this 'spring— especially as the late Easter mod els make their appearance. "The big hat's the thing," will be told by those who can wear the droop ping shapes—while over at the other mirror—the small hat In all its new excluslveness will be making its bid for popularity. Here are new shapes shown in the metropolitan shops—and all good for Easter wear. lated tapioca may be substituted far the pearl tapioca.) Yield, six serv ings. Training Little Children STORY-TELLING FOR HAPPINESS. (By Carolyn Sherwin Bailey, Author .of "Tell Me Another Story," "What to do for Uncle Sam," Etc.) The children ^whose homes have been touched bv the world war have been called upon to make the supreme sacrifice of childhood, that of joy. If they are to be well and strong and efficient men and women, they must be helped to find happiness in new values and new forms. Tell them stories that will help them to create their own joyousness in spite of economies and less play time. The fairy tale of Dumps suggests happiness through keeping cheerful. What Happened to Dump«. One upon a time there was a queer little elf named Dumps who lived all by himself in a dark little house down in a valley. Ever since he could re member, things had gone wrong with him. He shivered in th e cold and kicked the coal bucket when the fire wouldn't burn. He howled when he stumbled over his own dinner pots that he had left sitting in the middle of the floor, and h e stood in his front door and scowled when th 0 other, happy elves went by, without speaking to him. He and his family had lived like that for years. When any elf wanted to describe something very bad he would say it was "Down in th e Dumps," and so Dumps went on without a single nappy day. ^ But the elves decided, suddenly, tQ> give hitn a party. Oh, it was going to be a very jolly party indeed, and flumps heard about it. Almost every elf who passed was whistling, or sing ing something cheerful. And some of them were carrying their best green suits to the Wood Fairv's house to be pressed And when Dumps heard about the party, he cried so loudly be caus,, he knew that he wouldn't be invited that the Wood Fairy heard The noise disturbed her so much that she went right down to Dump's house to see what was the matter with him now. "Tell me all about it from the be ginning, my dear," she asked little Dumps. I can't see the sunshine!" Dumps howled. "Of course you can't." said the Wood Fairy. "Your windows are dirty. Get some nice spring water in your •Ittel pail and wash them." Dumps had never thought of doing that. When he washed the windows the sunbeams streamed in like a gold en ladder. "I? there something else the mat ter? the Wood Fairy asked. i "i My , firf WOT,,t burn - even though I kick the coal bucket every day* Dumps sobbed. "Well do try, blowing the fire," the Wood Fatry suggested. + FASHION NOTES + ***************** Narrow dainty cuffs are admirably worn with close long sleeves. A seemingly permanent style is the belted suit coat with a waistcoat. A panel blousing in the back is a feature on some of the new coats. Royal l>urple velvet and taupe gray fox make an interesting combination. A new silhoutte makes its appear ance built on the dolman coats and capes. A gown of mauve tulle is orna mented by a huge orange rose at the girdle. Many of the long straight gowns have their straightness emphasized by box pleats. The wide-brimmed sailor is the smartest sailor of any fashion world. An interesting muff is of dark green duvetyn with bands of sable at one end. A hat of blonde velvet is remark able for its tulle veil, which hangs to the ground. Straight v^sts are very youthful andl are sometimes lined with fur matching the costume. Brown moire ribbon of very heavy quality is formed into a handbag, set in a tortoise shell frame. Soutache braiding is heavily ap plied to many of ^he new afternoon frocks. The braiding usually matches the georgette in color, although black is sometimes used on dark blue. ♦ CAMP FIRE GLEAMS * This is th e month of promise, when each heart lifts with hope. We plan anew and believe this old world is a pretty good place after all. Without my window Spring has came, And Heaven has kissed the world. The trembling green of urgent plains With warming showers are pearled. The sun-tipped hill And dimpled rill >-( .With Elfin light And life are filled. Yes, Spring has come. Miss Katheryn,. Schanalhorst able to be in school again after week of illness Miss Frances Noggle was admitted to the Oo-Sthan-ah-hee camp as wood gatherer, having been a Camp Fire girl at her former home, Cascade. Owing to an oversight the Camp Fire girls were not named on the pro gram assigned for April 15. They were notified some time ago as to their or der in parade. Every member should be" at the home pf the, guardian on that day at 12:45 for preparation. Brown Will Build Fine Residence Work will be started soon on the finest residence in Caldwell. This res idence will be built by Mr. and Mrs Baldwin Brown on Cleveland boule vard and will cost $10,000. Contracts are now being let and construction work will be started at an early date. Dumps had never thoaght of doing that. His bellows were stiff, but he blew them very hard and, crackle, there was a nice bright fire and his tea kettle began to sing. "Is that all?" asked the Wood Fairy. "Oh, not" Dumps sighed, "The other elves are giving a party and am not invited." "It is for all the elves and you don't have to be invited," the Wood Fairy said. "Stand up straight and let me brush your suit. Now run along, my dear." So Dumps started up the hill to the party, laughing all the way for he just couldn't stop. You see he had so many years of being one of the Dumps to make up for. He laughed until all his wrinkles were gone and he was puffed out with happiness. He started bees buzzing and grasshoppers fiddling and crickets chirping, and a whole crowd of yellow butterfies flew along with him. "Who can this new, fat, cheerful elf be?" asked all the other elves Dumps arrived at the party, turnin double somersault into their miJst. "We are all here except Dumps, and of course this isn't he?" Then Dumps showed them how he could turn back somersaults and make a see-saw oyt of » rusl» leaf, He taught them how to. play rb*seball with white .clover ifeads. and.how to make swing of braided grasses. He sur prised himself with all the good time he was able to think up. "Of course, this isn't Damps," the other elves dccided. "His name must be Delight^ and Dumps never told them their mistake, for it wasn't really a mistake aftfr all. Now, was it? Help to reacli all the parents of the country by cutting this out and pass ing it on to a friend. All persons who desire to vote at the city election to b e held Tuesday. April 29th, must register. It makes no difference when or where you have voted in the past, in order to vote April 29th you must register again Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Crapman and Mrs. Mildred Culbertson of Weiirr were Caldwell visitors Saturday. DANCE * Every Saturday Night In * Armory HalL Music by Ostknd * McAdams Orchestra. TICKLES TYPEWRITER DESPITE MILLIONS 1 I Irn tfcoagfc bar father, Harry Payne Whitaay la a multi-million afro. Miss lion Payne Whitnay keeps right on Bounding a type writer la the capacity of ateno* ra nker. She learned, stenography lor Red Croes work but when peace eame she went to work in the Republican Women's National eutlve eommittee headquar Statement of the Ownership, Manage ment, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912, of The Caldwell Tribune, published weekly in Caldwell, Idaho, for April. 1919. State of Idaho, County of Canyon, ss. Before me, a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, >ersotlally appeared J. L. Davis, who, laving been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the business manager of the Caldwell Tribune and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and be lief. a true statement of the owner ship, management, eac., of the afore said publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regula tions, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of th e publisher, editor, managing ed itor, and business managers are: Publisher, Caldwell Printing Co., Caldwell, Idaho; editor, J. L. Davis, Caldwell, Idaho; managing editor, none; business manager, J. L. Davis, Caldwell, Idaho. * 2. That the owners are: J. L. Davis, Caldwell, Idaho: W. H. Bar nett, Caldwell, Idaho: D. F. Banks Bois e Idaho; L. M. Beebe, Arlington, Oregon. 3. That the known bondholders mortgagees, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mort gages, or other securities are: W. H. Redway, Chicago, Illinois. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own ers. stockholders, and security hold ers, if any contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company, but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the mmrany as trustee or in any other fiduciary re lation, the name of the person or cor poration for whom such trustee is acting, is given: also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner: and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other per son, association, or cornoratinn has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds or other securities than as so stated by him. J. L DAVIS Sworn to and subscribed before mr this 8th day of April, 1919. J. A. MIT.LFR. (My commission expires Jan. 30,1923/) JOSEPH F. WEEKS DIED SUD DENLY NEAR OREGON CITY Weâl Known in Caldwell—Was Pio neer of Boise Valley and Idaho —Left Here Short Time Ago. Joseph F. Weeks died at Jennings Lodge near Oregon City Saturday aft ernoon as the result of a heart attack Mr. Weeks was 64 years of age. H is survived by his wife, one son a, Jennings Lodge, one son in Canada, one son in the service in France and three sons and one daughter living i Maho. Mr. Weeks was a native r France. Mr. and Mrs. Weeks left Caldwell Dry Zensal Moist Zensal Use one of these clean, odorless ointments for your skin troubles. Dry Zensal gives speedy relief to all forms of dry eczema and pimples. Moist Zensal soothes and heals the watery éruptions. 75c a jar. Botkin-Joy Drug Oo. for Jennings Lodge about two months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Weeks were pio neers of Idaho and of the Boise Val ley, locating her e at an early date. Mr Weeks was a substantial man of affairs. He was a progressive farmer and a splendid citizen and was greatly respected wherever known. His sud den death was a shock to his old friends and neighbors here. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF For Î00 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has enabled suffering humanity to withstand attacks of kidney, bladder and stomach troubles and all diseases connected with the urinary organs and to butkl up and restore to health organs weakened by disease. These most Important organs must bn watched, because they Alter and purify the blood; unless they do their work you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble pains In the loins and lower ab domen. travel, difficulty when urinat ing, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago all warn you of trouble with your kid neys. 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