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i;ili;si)AV, MAY 13. 1911
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Their Married hi:m: makks somi; ;ki:i: j .p TOMATO rif'KIJ; AM) IN I- THE THIRD YEAR. 111 MAIiUli IIIJIIJIKKT UKNKIi. "Think that's fin enough?" Helen pau5cd in her chopping and held not the howl nf preen tomatps for Ma? rift's inspection. "Don't know, ma'am." doubtfully. ?omp pretty bi cr pieces thorp." "Then yoii chop it a little more while I wash the poppers." Maggie took the chopping bowl rather sullenly. It was plain she did not approve of this extra work on her Ironing day. It had hem just a wrk .Miire the dinner at which Warren had f.ecn so othusiastic about Mrs. Stevens' pickle. VVh"n Helen had asked for the recipe, he had scathinirly remark ed that as she had never made any Tickle, it was not likely f-ho could make nny o ?ood as that. Hut Mrs. Stevens had sent the recipe the next day, ftnd now Helen with anxious painstaking care, was follow ing It faithfully. Kho was making thi;- without Warren's knowledge, wanting him to think when h trid U that it was part of the jar Mrs. Stev ens had given them. If he did not notice tin difference, phft would then triumphantly declare It was her pickle. !?o while she wash ed and chopped the, tomatoe?. cauli flower and peppers, she was happily planning" this denouement. 1 1 or Hdp "That'll do, Maggie, that's rino nough. Now you'd better go to the drug store for that turmeric. Wait, j let's ?ee If there's anything else we 11 j want. And once more Helen read over th recipe. j "Take two quarts of preen toma- i toes, orifl quart of onions, one head of j eauliriower, three red peppers, six' preen peppers, one dozen small sweet j gherkin pickles. "Chop the tomatoes, onions, cauli flower, peppers and fcrherkins in small pieces. Add one cup of salt, cover with water and let stand over nisht. 'Nxt morning holl for five minutes and drain thoroughly. "DreaMng: One quart of vlnepar. two cu; of Fugar, two and one-half tablespoonsful of ground mustard, one-half tablespoon of turmeric, three tablegpoonsful of flour, one-half pint of water. Mlx the mustard, turmeric and flour to a smooth paste with the wa ter. Stir well In the vinegar and pupar. Boll for one minute and pour over your pickle." "No, that's all. just the turmeric; we have everythinp else." It was not until after Maggie had sron that Helen realized the turmerir was for tho drcpsin?, and they would not need It until tomorrow. Helen was now chopping the onions; they were red onions and particularly strong, and in a few minutes her eyes were smartlnp and watery. "Iet me chop that now, ma'am." said Magpie sympathetically, when she rame bark from the drutr store and found Helen almost weeping over the onions. "Them red ones do make your t yes smart." Helen relinquished the onions and bejjan work on the peppers, cut out the Mack specks, the cores and threw them Into another choppinp bowl. Then the cauliflower had to be washed ; nd eut up. It was noon before everything was chopped and put to soak in a hip yel low bowl. "Oh. there's srjch a lot of it!" ex claimed Helen. "And isn't it pretty." as with a long spoon ?he stirred up the red. preen and white mixture. "How much do you think this'll make, Mairpie?" "It boils down a lot that won't make more than thr?e quarts." Helen Is Kawr. Helen covered the bowl and put it up on the pantry Khelf. Tf only it did not have to soak over nipht! Fhe wa.s so caper to see how it would turn out that it was hard to wait until morn Ins. Several times during the afternoon she went In to stir it up and taste it tentatively, but of course it was only raw and Kilty, and had no resemb lance to Mrs. Stevens' finished prod uct. If It would only be enouph like hers ro that Warren would not know the difference. The next mornlnp as soon as Map pie was throuph with the breakfast dishes Helen donned "her bip apron and went to work. "Mapple, do you think this is too much to boll all at once?" as she took flown tho largo yellow bowl. "No, ma'am, you can boll that all right In the soup kettle." While she was waiting for it to boil Helen pot out the recipe and the thlnp3 to make the dressinp. "Is this all the vinepar we have?" "Oh, no, ma'am, there's plenty more down there; wait, I'll pet it." "It don't ay what kind of sugar pupposio granulated will do." When Helen had measured and dis- rolved the mipar in the vinepar. she i turned to the recipe. "Now, let's Fee." readinp aloud. Two und one-half tablespoonsf ul of pround mustard. Where's the mus tard? Oh, hero It l.." Then a mo ment later. In a tone of dismay. "Oh. Maggie, look! I've put the mustard In tho vinepar and it says mix it Into a i paste with the Hour and turmeric." Mappte plancod disapprovingly at the yellow powder floating around on top of the vinegar. i "Don't think you can mix that in. J ma'am, you better skim It off and mix your mustard ripht." Helen carefully skimmed off the ! yellow particles, then measured the mustard, turmeric and flour in a small , bowl, and with half a pint of water made it Into a paste. j doklnp tho Pickle. 1 "You'll have to watch that, ma'am. or it'll burn." cautioned Maggie, who . was polishinc the knives, for Helen ' bad said that she wished to make the pickle all by herself. "Oh, look, it's almost bollinp." as Soils for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. E&sy Payments GATELY'S tit E. Jffpron BlTd, IN MY NEW LOCATION! 110 W. V.MII.(.T()N. AVI!. SPECIAL PRICES FOR 10 DAYS. Oiii J''iiingv and Sunday A. .M. 11 it mio J:t57. Helen took off the soup kettle lid and stirred the pickle well from the bot tom. "I'd lower the flame a bit. ma'am." It was soon bubblinp up. and it was nil Helen could do to keep it from bollinp over. "Roil for five minutes." the recipe said, and Helen was anxiously watchinp the kitchen clock. In the meantime, she had put on the sauce, and that, too, had to be stirred to keep from burninp. When the five minutes were up to a second. Helen tried to take the.. still boiiinp kettle from the toe. "Now, Magpie, you'll have to help me here. You hold the colander while I pour it in. Oh, no, I can t do it that way it's too heavy, to dip it out." While they were there was a sizzlinp Wait, I'll have busy with this, sound from tnf; stove. The sauce was boiiinp over! "Turn off the gas quick!" With the flame shut off. the yellow bubblinp foam sank back, still hissing a sort of sullen defiance. When the pickle was thoroughly drained they put it back in the bip yellow bowl and poured the stcaminp sauce over It. "Oh, now it begins to look ripht," as Helen stirred it around so the sauce would mix thorouphly. "(Jet me a teaspoon, Maggie. Oh," tastinp it cautiously, "I'm afraid it's too sour! Was that vinepar extra strong?" "You can't tell anything about it while it's hot, ma'am. I'll cover it up and put it over here by the window." The Important Point. Helen waited with anxious impa tience for it to cool. It looked like Mrs. Satvens' pickle, but would it taste like It? It was after luncheon before it was thorouphly cool, and Helen had tasted it so often that it had become taste less. Hut Mappie assured her that it was Just as pood as Mrs. Stevens' . s'o for the rest of the afternoon Helen was happily planning Warren's surprise and astonishment when she would triumphantly declare that it was not Mrs. Stevens' pickle, but her own. At last came the ciitical moment, when at dinner Warren readied for the pickle dish. Helen pretended to be absorbed in butterinp a baked potato, but she was watchinp him covertly. Would he make any comment? Would he no tice the difference? Evidently not. for he kepi talking of the tirm that hal moved into the otrice adjoining hi.. Hut when he reached for the pickle dish the second time, and helped him self even more liberally, Helen could keep silent no longer. "Dear, do you think that pickle keeps all ripht? Does it taste quite as pood as when Mrs. Stevens gave it to us?" "Keeps? Of course it keeps. That pickle pets better every day." "Then you think it's just as good as when wo first pot it?" "Hetter. if anything." Warren is Angry. And now Helen fairly bubbled over in her gleeful excitement. "This isn't Mrs. Stevens' pickle at all! I made it! Come out in the pantry and I'll show you three bip jars! But I didn't want you to know I I was afraid you'd say It wasn't so pood. But now." triumphantly, "you've said it was even better!" For a moment Helen was appalled at the black scowl on Warren's face. He was cuttinp viciously at a piece of toast beef on his plate. "Another one of your blamed tricks, Is it?" he snarled. "You're always up to some infernal subterfupe. Any other woman would have come straight out with a tiling, but you oh. no, you'd rather do it in some sly un derhand way. Hy (leorpe, if you were a man. I'd hate to do business with you. You'd be a slick proposition, all right. Well, your blamed pickel'll last a long time. I'll not want any more of it. You can be dead sure of that!" Kwp Rowel Movement Regtilar Dr. King's New L,ife Pills keep stom ach, liver and kidneys in healthy con dition. Rid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complexion by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I got more relief from one box of Dr. King's New Life Pills than anv medicine 1 ever tried." says C. E. Hatfield. c,T Chi cago, 111. 2jc. Recommended d All Druggists. Advt. 'e FOR YOUR DEN 5 RcAUtiful Colleff Pennants Yale and Harvard, ich 9 in. x 21 in. Princeton, Cornell, Micliijron, Each 7 in. x 21 in. All best quality felt with felt head ing, streamers, letters and mwcot executed in proper colors. This splendid assortment sent postpaid for 50 cents. Send now. JIOWARD SPOTAITY COMPANY Dayton, Olilo. PLEASUR YIA The Red Line There are dozens of beauti ful quiet places near Souih Bend; phce where the scenery i picturesque. There are small lakes that can't be reached by electric lines where bass are just wait ing to be caught. We have live and seven-passenger cars ap propriate for parties. Let u suggest an outing for you. The Red Urn BOTH PHONES. MP T? XT Hi tit 6 li if O licilli: i.ovn ' LurjUe Love, the (Jirl of Mystery series No. I. will be the feature at the Surprise theater today.- It is said that the fourth installment of the "Lueili. Love" series is the most ex citing which has been produced and the .sffi' in which Lucille and her horse fall into the pitfall, which Lou beque'. idy.e has dup. is truly re markable. It will be remembered that the third chapter left Lucille ;lor.e in her hut after she had escap ed from the lion which pursued her through tho bush. She still has the papis in her possession and Loube qu' is as determined as ever, in spite of his former fa i hi res, to recover them. He teaches his slaves how to weave a rope out of dry grass and with it he sets fire to Lucille's hut. j She rushes from the flames and runs j right into his arms. He tries to I snatch tiie papers from the boom of ner areas, nut trie natives rescue her. Because of their superstitious dread of the "Imprisoned fire" in Loube- que's automatic they fear to take him prisoner, but they are willing to- fight the natives who support him and a terrible battle ensues. Lucille dresses herself in white and mount ing the sacred elephant, rides to the scene of the fightinp. The natives immediately cease and bow before the sacred object. But in those two reels a woman recovers the papers and returns them to Lobeque. who feels that as lonp as the sacred em blem of the white elephant, which the natives so fear, is in her posses sion his work is not done. He also de termines to pet it all. A Keystone comedy will also be shown called "TWenty Minutes of Love." nam-: oim;.s ffuhav. Henrietta Crosman in her latest success. "The Tongues of Men", will be the excellent attraction at the diver theater Monday evening next. The sale of seats will open on Friday morning. WHOM; ALL AKOl'XIL" A spe-cial two-re-el Vitaj?raph is the feature- at the Auditorium todav fea turing Maurice Fostcllo. "Wruiik' All A rou nil" is a funny i;anay drama said to have a lauph in every foot. "Yarn A Tangle" is an Fssanay drama featuring Francis X. Ilushman. "Fan ny's Melodrama", a Vltapraph com edy, contains an exceptionally strong east including Lillian Walker. James Lackaye, Wallie Van, James Morrison and Kate Price. Smith is fearfully jealous of his wife and he is curious when she reads a note from her Fousin Tom that thev will give he-r melodrama. "The Wicked Mr. Farle", on Mr. Smith's birthda.v as a surprise. He also overhears her make an appointment t meet some one at 2 o'clock that afternoon he decides to surprise them, so while thewv are rehearsing Smith comes home unobserved and when he sees his wife in the arms ef another man he starts for his lawyer to institute divorce proceedings. The maid sees Mrs. Smith steal some papers from the safe and she thinks her mistress is mad and goes for a detective, a caller is admitted by the maid ami when she hears Mrs. Smith declaiming her lines she decides the woman is insane and proes for a doctor. They all arrive at the same ! time the husband does and then ex planations follow. The piece is full of good laughs and is said to be one of the best comedies produceel in som time in motion pictures. AT Till: OHPIIKI'M. Ono of the mot rntertaininz acts of vaudeville that will be seen at the i Orpheum th's season will be the I Primrose Four, which headlines the i bill opening Thursday. This is a larsre. and healthy quartet, the total weight j of whi-fh aggregates over 1.000 ; Sexual Knowledge ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES I Tclta ail about sex matters; what young men And women, young wives and husbands and all others need to : know about the sacred laws that gtrv- em tho sex forces. Plain truths of .e. life in relation to happiness In : marriage, Secrets'1 of manhood and i womanhood; sexual abuses, social j evil diseases, etc. j Tho latest, most advanced and com' ; preheneivo work that has ever been Issued on sexual hyjriene. Priceless I instruction for those who ar ready j for the true inner teaching. 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Marks Advice Obtained In all J. 711- Fre. ;eo. OLTSCH. Registered Patent Atty.. T12 StudeLaker 13:J South Ucnd. pounds. Tin-sc artists have been fa-j pictures. "The Film with lh Human orites everywhere they have appear- Voic." j a soni; portr i.il in mo ed and stand at the head of comedy ;tion pictures, pi'esentins t ie ! autiful sinking-quartets. ' all. id. "In the Heart of t H' City that The Hryan-Suinncr o:r.pany. a has no Heart." i i e r uii ' t . . i ...it' people organization. w offer riie College Proposition." - a snappy, little opc-.iet pl.tvlet. written I and staged by Fd-.tr A. Woolf. Jessie Keehir and Theo. Weir of fer a singing and c cling specialty in u hVh Miss Keelar earns the titlr of a Venus on wheels. Ivu Cliiha. a xylophone artist of unusual ability, will offer an original program of clever ha-mony and pop ulnr airs. Steele and Macy. acrobatic comedv j kateis. offer a novel specialtv. at tiii: lji:stic. "The Hebrew Baron." is the name of the new bill to be, presented at the Majestic Thursday, bv the Angel Mu sical Comedy company. Built for laughing purposes only, a number of eccentric comedy characters are in troduced. Fenny Milton, a new mem ber of the company, will have the lit tle role of Isadore Iivinski. Jack Christie will have a comical colored I part, while Frank DeVoe will be seen in one of his elever slang characters, ! Phyllis Litis w ill introduce a new sen- timental ballad entitled "On the Hanks oT Loveliglit Bay," and Dolly Sterinp has a new rural song entitled "Down in Maine." The Angel Musical Com edy company expects to remain in stoek at the Majestic for the summer, producing new comedies topether with vaudeville and pictures. A special added feature to the Majestic bill on Friday and Saturday of this week will be the introduction for the first time in this city of the Imperial singing - tiff I 2 j s : : i : 9 ST1 VTAII a a a a a a that the care of your little one's constitutional habits during childhood, is your first and greatest duty. Von should know that the prompt and proper breaking up of the costive tendency to which most children are prone, may save your child from after-years of digestive misery. That trusted remedy of many mothers, Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, Used by mothers for 24 years, pi ves the little one exactly the digestive assistance needed. I ! These powders are pleasant to take and easy for parents to rive. There is no harmful purgative ac tion. When your child is feverish, with bad : a a " -' " a " a a 1 a a 'a n. m ' a a stomach, or fretful and constipated, or' fcas gymrtorns ot Trad Mart worms, these powders nnmt never fail. 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If you have neglected asking- for Information kindly do at oncf as our new court will be insti tuted May LO. flurwicli Gash Grocery The Place to Save Money Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. aaw That Popular nn no THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THE CLEVER CHARACTER COMEDY The Hebrew Baron" 66 With New Songs, New Dances, The Angel Beauty Cho rus, and comedians that will make you laugh at every tick of the clock. SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE Friday and Saturday Song Portrayal in Motion Pic tures 'in the Heart of the City That Has No Heart." FRIDAY NIGHT: Amateur Boxing Contest. ALWAYS THREE REELS OF -i n MODERN MORAL PICTURES 1 U TRUST BILLS WILL BE PASSED THIS SESSION WASHINGTON', May I:'. House democrats in their caucus Tuesday night decided on a legislate, e plan for j the remainder of the present session ircludinp passape of the trust bills that have been presented and of all the appropriation bills. The president has dropped farm credits bill for this session. With the enactment of this legisla tion, under present plans, the house is to adjourn, leavinp over until next session all other business as unfinish ed and to be taken up then. The trust bills for which special rules for consideration will be adopt ed 13' the democrats, will be taken up in this order: Federal trade commission bill. New Jersey, Indiana & IllinoisR. R. Co. TTn: TABLE SO. 6. Effective March 2nd, 10U. SOUTH BOUND. No. 1 N . 3 NV. 8 Bend :.10 am 10:15 aa 2:1." nra Foutfc Klzer 6:47 am 10 ;vC am 2:3: Whartona pea pro ..... 6 :ru am 10:42 am 3:41 Bweeueya Vine .... 7:06 am 10:21 am 2:01 pzjj j 7:15&m 11X0 am 3:00pra! NORTH BOUND. No. 2 No. 4 No. fl rin 7:43 am 11:45 am 3 :2S pro Eveeneys 7:57 am 11 :37 mm 3:37 pa Whartona S :0o am 12 :0i pm 3 :4ei pm Kizer 8:15 am 12:15 pro 3:W pm South Bend 6:30 am 12:31pm 4:10 pm AU trains dally except Sunday. This Company Reserves right to vary from this without notice. H. J. JACKSON. 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Days of ronijK'ii AMERICAN Theater TODAY FIVE REELS OF Exeeiient Pictures LKiai ml 1 Little Playhouse i 495 111 i Ul I in e Tu TP TM OIL THURSDAY, OLIVER FIELD HUGE COMPLETE BBSS mXti to "r ONE BUT ITSELF CAN mm t-. , V n-.-Mti AN EXHIBITION ' V rMAT IS BROADCR THAN rTS TtTXJt VJ T'- pMpTKS UHITED STREET PflPJ13E)l J-Zr DAILY 1fl:ao A H DAILY. K0ST CXI6IIAL P0CtXUC UZ tllM BgowomnS5Y7:oo p.m 1 THE BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN JajjMM .9 i STANDARD VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY l2 '" " '' 1 ii. .i r i- , . j '. ,. THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY PRIMROSE FOUR 1,000 Pounds of Harmony JESSIE KEELAR AND . BRYAN SUMMER THEODORE WEIR COMPANY Venus on Wheels and The College Proposition Her Singing Mate. LOU CHIKA STEELE & MACK Xylophone Artist Comedy Roller Skaters COMING: "THE DRUG TERROR" EVENINGS 7:30-9:00. MATINEES 2:30 Prices: 10c, 15c, 25c SUNDAY New Vaudeville F 01911) 66 TT The 1'ourtli Intnllni'itt Most Expensive 2 And Kvixy Dollar lliat It Kxcitrnient, thrills. In-art thro!..--rHisinir situation?, wild animals and in a terrific batt all th-. tiling- LUlliLijij LiHiVij, it MJLi ment of "Luf-illo Iyove," makincr it thr : ever produced. Th- latU' of th Other thrills include the hurnirv of a In ride for life and honor throueh an anlni with a crash the horse, and rid- r ( l.ia ;!! The fall actually kills the hor.M' and r vill make you sit up and gasp: Nothing "TWENTY MINUTES OF aaaaaaaaaajjaajT aaj-aajaaj. - afB Serving Home Cooked FRIED CHICKEN DhNNERS TO MOTORISTS. Make your reservations ahead. Drop a card t; Ne a Carii!e or phone via Rolling Prairie. 17 Miles West of South Bend on the Lincoln Highway. MAY MIRROR OF WONDERLAND II. OF TTf THE ITS o 'fV LADY SEROSA ITS PARALLEL tli1t i-iti 10130 A.TJL PcRf Q R MA NO SQ(TK OO'CT . l I i " t r - jar k A BIG WESTERN CHARAVERI ka C V1 ! xSl -V at f !..u ii!c Lf)'" i- tln - Ree!er Ever Made! Co-i.s fi mtriii'" 1. ndr .i r. . - ;ir I . ; i 1 .li 1 a . I..! U if r' MM :i! ill'. 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