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HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Lamp Wicks Cheaply Made From Old Felt Hats. / X 1 yV_ VJ t? Ï;] i IE 37 'I ^37 ( L—-■. Lamp wicks may be made cheaply at home from an old soft felt hat, writes a correspondent of Popular Me chanics. The hat should first be brush ed clean and the brim flattened by iron lng it. The greatest number of wicks je obtained if the hat is cut Into may halves with a pair of scissors and then >s cut Into strips of the required size, as shown In the sketch. Soak the strips In vlr egar for two hours, dry them out of dcors If convenient and they are ready for use. Casserole of Chiokon and Rica. Lin: a slightly greased mold with steamed rice. Fill the center with two cupfuls of cold, finely chopped chlcksn that has been warmed, drain ed from Its liquor and highly seasoned with salt, pepnçr, cayenne, celery salt, onion juice and one-half teaspoonful of finely chopped parsley. Add one fourtli cupful of cracker crumbs and an egg slightly beaten and moisten the mlxtire with hot chicken stock or hot water. Cover the meat with rice and tie buttered paper firmly over the mold. Steam the meat for forty-five minutes. To serve It turn It on to a platter and surromd It with tomato, white or cre ole sauce or'chicken gravy. Veal or mutton may be used for this dish In place of chicken. Jellied Salmon Salad. Tale one pint of canned salmon, drain and remove skin and bones, mince fine, add tablespoonful of lemon Juice, dash of pepper, teaspoonful of minced parsley and salt to taste. Mix together and bind with any desired salad dressing and one tablespoonful powdered gelatin dissolved In one fourtli cupful of water. Fill small molds and set on lee to chill. Turn ont cn crisp lettuce leaves. Garnish with olives aud serve with mayonnaise. Dumpling» With Meat. To each cupful of flour add two tea Bpootifuhi. of baking powder, a plncfc Clean--Up Week At Boise Optical Company l as just ended and we invite our friends to see how nice and initary our Optical rooms are. SEVEN YEARS IN BOISE next month—always in same stand. s 1003 Main Street ONLY ONE DOOR WEST ioTH STREET / Dr. E. S. Owen o DPI VHA Optometrist > Have You Trouble With Your-Feet? Have You Weak Ankles? Have You a Broken-Down Arch? Are you conscious of the fact that those who walk behind you notice your feet? Do you know that many deformities of the feet are due to broken down arches? Do you know that sweaty feet, corns, bunions and callouses are often* due to poor circulation caused by strain or pressure on the feet ? '1'hese conditions and all other foot ailments can be overcome and instantly relieved by the foot specialist who will be at our store i ' MAY 29th and 31st, June 1st, 2nd 3rd. BROKEN DOWN ARCH all cases of foot trouble, suggesting proper corrective appliances or advising as to the best remedy for each particular ailment, according to the famous Dr. Scholl method. He will examine thoroughly id fitting thé * EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE a The complete line of scientific appliances invented by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, Orthopedic Specialist, will be fully demonstrated, fitted and adjusted. No charge for professional services. No obligation on your part to buy. The Wallace Shoe Co. HARRY IL RUNYON, Manager. 804 K»ii Stmt, hi«, IU» L ôt s#it annr just euougtt water to make a mixture very hard to atlr with a, apoon. Butter steamer aud place over a kettle of boiling water. Drop table spoonfuls of the mixture on a plate and steam twenty minutes without taking oft the cover. Take out and put Into meat gravy and let stand a minute or two. To be eaten Immedi ately. These are never heavy. Stuffed Potatoes. Choose medium sized potatoes, one for each person; wash clean and bake. Take from oven and with a sharp knife cut off one end. Remove inside with a spoon, being careful not to break the baked shell. Mash with a potato mash er, add salt, butter and pepper to taste. Cream with a potato whip till smooth. Reüll the potato shells but do not put the top ou, set on end In a pan, return to the oven and bake till browned. Potatoes and Eggs. Pare one-half dozen large sized pota toes and slice them fine. Put one ta blespoonful of lard In a frying pan and put the potatoes In. Brown nicely and add one-half tablespoonful of salt When done, beat four eggs hard and add one and one-balf cupfuls of rich milk and one-balf teaspoonful of salt and a very little pepper. Pour this mix ture over the potatoes and put in the oven to bake until nicely brown. Raisin Pi.. Take one pound of raisins (washed and seeded), turn over them one quart of boiling water and boll until tender. Keep adding water so there will be a quart when done. Grate the rind of one lemon into a cupful of sugar, three tablespoonfuls of flour and one egg. Mix well together, turn the raisins over the mixture, stirring all the while. This makes three pies. Bake In double crusts as other pies. Raisin Muffins. Sift together two cupfuls of flour, two level teaspoonfuls of baking pow der, one-half teaspoonful of salt and two tablespooufnls of sugar; add two tablespoonfuls of soft butter, one well beaten egg, one cupful of sweet milk and one cupful of seeded raisins. Pour Into buttered muffin rings or gem pans nnd bake In a hot oven for twenty-five minutes. Chocolate Cupa. Make a plain custard, using one quart of milk, three eggs, six table spoonfuls of sugar and a pinch of salt Flavor with a square of chocolate scraped and melted and bake In cus tard cups. Chill thoroughly and just before serving scoop a spoonful from the center, replacing with whipped cream. Union men are cordially invited to spend their* idle minutes at the UNION CIGAR STORE 727 Main St., Phone 20-W Magnetos,, and Batteries Repaired and Recharged Supplies WESTERN IGNITION & BATTERY CO. W. H. TYER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC Yates Bldg. Most complete line of Second hand goods in the city. Herfurth & Nickles 1011 Idaho St. Phone 1055-W I *_ \ 1_$ LOANS Salary and Chattla Loan»—Short Time Reasonable Rate« 403 McCarty Building P. O. Box 187 r~ t I * * Interurban Lines IDAHO TRACTION COMPANY Leave Boise for Eagle, Star Middle ton and Caldwell: a. m., 7:00, 8:00 9:30, 11:00; p. m„ 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:30, 7:00, 9:00, H:00. Leave Boise for Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell a. m., 6:30, 7:30, 9:00, 10:30, 12:00 noon; p. tn., 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, *4*30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00. *To Meridian and McDermott only. Boise to Duncan Station: Leave: Boise, a. m., *6:20, *7:05; p. m., 12:05, 5:05, 6:05. Duncan Station to Boise: Leave Duncan, a. ra., 6:4!>, *7:30; p. m., 12:30, 5:30, 6:30. ♦Daily except Sunday. TO AN END I ■+ Saturday, 10 p. m PIONEER FURNITURE CO.'S MONEY-RAISING SALE % E. G. SEAMAN Representing Lewis Bros. & Co. of Minneapolis and Spokane in full charge. p :: Make Life Brighter and the Day's Work li ght« I Economy 600 Electric Rangés / in Southern Idaho cost the a monthly average of only jjsers • ■ il $ 2.60 * ■SS The Convenience and Cleanliness and satisfaction of operation are additional characteristics of Elec tric Cooking and Cost no More » I Electric Investment Co. f Cook by Wire u n •e Summer Excursions East and West Oregon Short Line (Union Pacific System) Via EAST Low rates to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Memphis, Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and many other points. Sale Dates May 13. 17, 20. 24, 27, 31; June 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26; August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; September 6, 13. LIMIT, October 31, 1916 WEST Low rate excursion tickets on sale daily, May 1st to September 30th., inclusive to Spokane, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, San Francisco, Los ^Vgles and San Diego. LIMIT, October 31,1916 See any O. S. L. Agent for rates and further details or write, D. S. SPENCER, General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City. THE Cry of Thursday Friday Saturday MAY 25, 26 and 27 LIBERTY THEATRE =■. AND -- r GARDENS BOISE, IDAHO Owing to the de mand for this col ossal production The Battle Cry of Peace", the time schedule is as follows: u LIBERTY THEATRE Matinee at 1:36 and 3:45 P. M. Evenings at 7:15 and 930 P. M. LIBERTY GARDENS Two Complete Shows Each Nignt at 7:45 and 10:00 P. M.