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.'V EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OKKGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MOXDAV, rEnitUAUY 1, 1908. PAGE THREE. mm! First SlCSS Pay I the Church Benefit Sale on the Entire Stock of the Big 6 Dep't Store Crowds of eager shoppers were going to and fro, from the minute the door opened until they were closed at night. Everyone who entered found bargains awaiting them that were never thought of before We wish to state that the same unheard of low prices will prevail throughout this entire sale, come every day and receive your share of Gordon's wonderful bargains at the ISig 6 Bep'i Store 205 East, Court St. PeidSetoi Oregon OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Pellcloiw llakrd ApJ SMuce. Pare, quarter core 'pan of cok Ing apples. Put In a tftone Jnr with two or three cups of water, cover and bake long In a mofliTnto oven. As the fruit shrinks in fho Jar, scrape from the Rides and Hild sugad to your taste. Bake as lufig n you would beans and you win Tiave a sauco rich red and dlllcloo. Tin' Kitrtini Girl, To. Hev. fr. William Y. Chapman of Newark, X. V., thinks that the uplift movement should bo extended to the kitchen Kirln. "There Is no one." he declares, "I sympathize with so much qh the woman who servos things upon dlfhcH and then has to wash tho dish es nsaln. H I the most thankless Job on the -planet." linked Orangr. Take small oranges, cut out core with a thin, narrow knife: put oranges In pun with liltlo water, four table sponnfnls of sugar, Juice of lemon nnd n lltle wine; baste often, bake un til lender enough for a straw to pierce this Is good as a relish with game or meats, or can bo used as a desert with whipped cream. Aiii'Ie Souffles. Five good-sired tart apples, two tnblesponiifuls melted butter, one-half enp rujrnr. Juice and grated rind of one 1oni"n, three eggs, nutmeg. Pare and grate the apples, add the butter, sugar, lemon Juice and rind, then the yolks of the eggs beaten stiff. Pour Into buttered baking dish, grate a little nutmeg over the top and bake for thirty minutes In a moderate oven. Serve Immediately with hard sauce. Serve while the patties are still hot, II is a succulent morsel. Caviare con stantly grown in pfcfiularltly. It Is supposed to be an fci'qulred taste, fcut once acquired grown, like Jealously with what It feeds On. The Deadly Hartpiti. There ought to be a law thfct will prevent a SO-lnch woman from wear ing a 12-inch hatpin, and Jeopnrdlzlng tho eyes and ev-n the life of every one within sticking ireach of her. In the crowded elevated cars It Is not unus ual to see men frantically bobbing their bends about In a vain endeavor to g-t out of Teach of the hatpins of the womon 1n "front of them. It Is all very well to laugh ut tho victim who goes hito 'the office with a long scratch on his cheek, and to ask him If he said to the ludy; "Never mind madam, I've another eye left." It Is anything but laughable to the victim. A campaign against this murderous but unconcealed weapon has been In stigated by the Berlin newspapers, and a number 'of serious accidents are reported from London. A lady there has been permanently blinded In one eye and on nttendnnt In a store lias had Ills face so badly Injured that It was necessary to remove him to a hocpltal. There Is much point to the question, In any event, and It deser ves to stick In the public mind.- St. Lt Is Domocrnt. Itlwfc Fruit Cake. One pound brown sugar, one pound flonr, nine egg yolks, twelve egg whites one pound butter, two oranges, one and Inexpensive shange In the ordi glnsn currant jelly.ono tablespoon each I nary menu. Its preparation la ex of rlnnanion, allspice, cloves nutmeg! tremely simple, too After the heart oa hand. Cook fifteen minutes orer tfcv fire, th'-n put Into the cooker and leave four hours or until needed. Take ut, season with salt, pepper and but ter, and after reaching the boiling point on the stove, serve. Boiled Tongue. This must be cooked the day before serving. If very salt, soafc In cold water for several hours. Place In a kettle, cover with fresh cold water, add a bouquet of soup hurbs and one onion sliced, and bring to a boll. Skim cook fifteen minutes, season with salt and pepper, then place In the cooker and leave all day or over night. Re move the skin while warm arid return the tongue to the liquor In which It was cooked and leave tintll cold. Fine Cookie. Stir one-half cup of butter, seven table-spoons of powdered sugar and yolks of three eggs until cream. Mix in one cup of almonds gritted and one and one-half cups of finely sifted flour. Sprinkle the baking board with flour, roll out the dough to one eighth Inch thickness, cut with a of flour and milk enough to cover the potatoes. At dinner time put this In the oven and bake for 30 minutes. Currant Tea Cakes. Use five cupfuls of flour, one of butter, two eggs, one heaping tea spoonful of baking powder, one-half cupful sweet milk, one cupful dried currants. Roll thin and bake In a quick oven. Cleaning Windows. Rub window panes well with hot, sharp vinegar to remove paint. This has been tested. Itiwe Suicide In France. Of the 11,000000 families In France nearly 2,000,000 are childless. round cutter, bruRh with yolk of egg and tablespoon of milk and bake on floured tins. P.ntter Cakes for Breakfast. When batter cakes are desired for breafast, they are much nicer If mix ed the night before. Prepare as usu al, leaving the batter quite thin, as it will thicken from standing, and beat It thoroughly. In the morning. It Is only necessary to add the soda dissolved In milk or water stir well, and they are Teady to bake. Plckl.nl nerf Heart. Pickled beef 'heart makes a delicious Washington Once, Gave Vp. to three doctors; was kept In bed for five weeks. Blood poison from a spider's bite caused large, deep sores to cover his leg. The doctors failed, then "Bucklen'B Arnica Salve com pletely cured me," writes John Wash ington, of Bosquevllle, Tex. For ec zema, bolls, burns and plies Its su preme. 25c at Tallman & Co., Pen dleton, Oregon. "Tlin BURGOMASTER." Iilg Revival of Tuneful Popular Play Is Coming. W. P. Cullen has made a big re vival of Plxley & Ijuder's famous musical comedy success. "The Bur gomaster," and will present It at the Oregon theater Thursday, February 4. with a large cast, headed by Harry Hertnsen and Ruth White. These two 'sterling players are In the roles of the genial old Peter Stuyvesant, burgomnster of New Amsterdam, and Willie, the gay youth who leads the governor around New York when he Is re-Incarnated. The company will number BO peo ple. The production Is an especially handsome one. The costumes have been revised and are all new. Especial attention has been paid by Mr. Cullen to the voices of the chorus, as well as to the beauty of the feminine portion. "The Burgomaster" was the first of the Pixley and Ludor pieces to gain popularity, others being "The Prince of Pllsen, " "King Dodo," and "The Grand Mogul." The music Is of the singing and whistling variety, and It Is said that more copies of "The Tale of the Kangaroo" and "I Love Tou" have been sold than any other songs, brough out In musical comedies. court before Justice Lynch to award her 12000 to appease "the great hu miliation, anguish and injury" aha suffered. The Jury gave her $40. Parnes de nied the allegation. DAMAGES FOR, A SPAXKIXG. Woman Gets Nothing, However, for Pickling of Her Pompadour. New York, Feb. 1. Mrs. Esther Bloom went Into the grocery store of Joseph Parnes In Stanton street, some time ago, and bought 5 cents worth of butter and 2 cents worth of chackers. ' Completing her pur chases, she put a dime on the coun ter to pay for them. "What about the cheese?" asked Parnes. "What cheese?" said Mrs. Bloom. "Why the nickel's worth I saw you take from the counter Just now." Mrs. Bloom denied the soft Im peachment. This, she said, enraged Grocer Parnes so that he "seized her and forced her Into a corner, stuck her head Into a barrel of pickles and then spanked her." For this Indig nities she asked a Jury in the cits HIS DOPE. v The Taxpayer-My dear fellow, havr taxpayers no right? The Tax Collector Yes; the right to pa taxes. Hie Jacet. Johnny ate a tablet The family doctor gave; Now he's got a big one On his little grave. One unfurnished room for rent In the- East Oregonlan building. Elec tric lights and steam heat Bath, hot and cold water on floor. Rate very reasonable. Enquire at E. O. office. and mace, one pound English walnuts sliced, one pound figs, chopped; one pound citron, sliced thin; three pounds has been thoroughly boiled In water, pour spiced boiling vinegar over It, and set away to cool. Later slice thin with A Wife's Tribute, "I miss Mr. Blaine. I cannot bear ,.orrantHi washed and dried; two) and serve on a dish garnished the orderly array of my life. I miss ,,0UTulB gu.ipd raisins, one-fourth summer savorv or parsley. the envelopes in me gravy, ino oe-,cup coj C()ffeP( Wtn one teaspoon spatted table linen, tlio uncertainty r 0la dissolved In It. the meals, for you know he always; wrk the butter to a cream and starts out on his constitutional when ndll 1he URari i,eat thoroughly. Then he hears them taking In dinner, miss Ills unvarying attention and constant neglect." From the Letter of Mrs. James G. Blaine. . Fruit Salad. Peel ani separate Into lobes four oranges, cutting each lobe Into three pieces; blanch, dry and break Into bits enough English walnut meats to make a teacnpful; seed and halve a cup of Malaga grapes. Mix these Ingredients together and set In the Ice until cold. Line a bowl with crisp lettuce leaves, fill with the fruit, sprinkle lightly with salt' nnd pour over all a good mayonnaise dressing. F-gg SnndwMww. Cook three eggs for twenty minutes In boiling water, then drop Into cold water. When cold, take off the shells nnd rub to a tiaste In a deep bowl with a woden spoon, adding a round lug tablespoon of butter and three tensnoons of cream. Season with salt and pepper to the taste, and when smooth, spread between thin slices of rvo bread are preferred to the plain white, bread. A V(llv FrIoaHse of Chicken. In this case put the ctilcken, cut In to nieces. In the sausepan together u 1 1 h n slice of lean bacon, half an onion sliced, three cloves, a little nut meg to season and a liberal table. spoonful butter. Add a half cup hot water, cover and simmer half an hour. Put Into the cooker and leave for six Take out the chicken, beat the yokes of two eggs with a tea spoonful lemon Juice, one of vinegar ond a half cup of cream, add to the gravy, beat thoroughly, heat and pour over the chicken. Feonomlcal Beef Stew. This was great favorite with the late Edward Atkinson, who estimated Its cost at 11 cents, and declared It furnished three good meals. While ho cooked it In his Aladdin oven, It la excellently adapted to the tireless cooker. Cut - pouna snm oi Deei in small pieces and season with salt and pepper. Cut two sausages In Inch pieces. Roll the whole In flour, add one cupful canned tomatoes, one cup oatmeal (Canada oatmeal he pre ferred as cheapest), and salt and pep per to season. Bring to a goad scald and then put In the cooker for six or eight hours. Caviare Tarts. Caviare tarts for a first course are most appetizing. Make a puff paato precisely as for oyster patties, making the paste not larger than a dollar and hollowing it out After the paste Is baked fill the hollow with caviare and a very thin slice of lemon or lime. 'add the egg yolks, beaten until thick i Brown the flour a light brown an add it with the coffee and splee, beat thoroughly, and add the grated rind and Juice of the oranges and the cur rant Jelly. Then add the egg whites Now mix all -the fruits and spice together and add the mixture slowly until all is m. Place In two greased pans lined with thick paper and floui ed. Stenm for two hours and bake In a moderate oven for two more, Turn from the pans and when cool pour n half .cupful of brandy slowly over each. This makes a most suit able for almost any occasion. Irish Stew. Cut about 2 pounds of mutton from the neck or ribs into pieces nnd put Into an Iron saucepan with about a half cup hot water. As this boils away brown the meat In Its own fat together with four small nlons sliced. Season with salt and pepper, then add three pints boiling water, put In the regular cooker saucepan, bring to boll and put In tho cooker. Let It main there about four hours; two hours before serving remove, bring to the boiling point, add h half cupful each of celery, turnip and carrot cut In even slices. Cook ten minutes, add two cupfuls o,f potatoes sliced, then return to the cooker for an hour and a half or two hours. Take up and thicken with flour to the desired con sistency, add ribbons of green or pars ley minced fine, cook a-moment, sea son to taste and serve. A Girl's Allowance. The sooner a girl Is given an allow. ance, at any rate for the small items of dress, tho better, as It teaches her to be careful In detail, tho neglect of which often mars a toilet. The dance or party frock Is tho first con sideration. So many delightful Im promptu occasions arlso that to obtain sufficient variety Is often a serious difficulty. The average girl certainly requires at least two good evening frocks, well cut, and, for the younger ones, of a style that admits of "doing frocksup." Take for Instance, catln frocks. The girl of 17 should be po sessed of a smart dance frock In plain taffetas or satla. This, after the Ini tial outlay, Is a really economical purchase, since after a few visits to the cleaner's It can be turned into a foundation for another frock. Okra and TOmato Soup. Add to one pint sliced okra a pint and a half of tomatoes, two quarts of water, three tablespoonfuls of minced onion and rice, one green pepper sliced, three tablespoonfuls salt and any bones from steak or roast beef that you happen to have When Hnrron Drawers Slick. To prevent bureau drawers from sticking wax the bearings. Use a good floor wax, rubbing It to n gloss. This Is much better than the old, un tidy way of using soap, which Is rarely satisfactory, and besides, the wax will not catch and hold dust and dirt as the soap would. Egg Scalloped Potatoes. Cold boiled potatoes, sliced and' seasoned In alternate ..layers with! thinly-sliced hard-boiled egg. Cover j with a boiled sauce, made of one ta-! blespoonful butter, one tablespoonful ; HER PHYSICIAN ADVISED Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Columbus, Ohio. "I have taken Lvdia E. IMiikliani's Vegetable Com pounff d ii r i n e 'change of life. My doctor told me it was good, and since taking it 1 feel so much better that 1 can do all my work itrnin- I think Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a line remedy tor all woman's troubles, and never forget to tell my friends what it has done for me." Mrs. E. Hanson, 304 East Long St., Columbus, Ohio. Another uoinan Helped. Oraniteville. Vt. "I was n:isslnc? through the Changeof Life and suffered ! from nervousness and other annovintf symptoms. Lydia E. Pinkham's e ge table Compound restored myhealthand strength, and proved worth mountains of gold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing vou sjiould publish my letter." Mrs. Charles Barclay, R.F.D., Granite Tille, Vt Women who are nassinir throuirh this critical period or ho are Buffering from any of those distressing Ills pe culiar to ttielr sex should not lose sight of the fact that for thirty years Lyuia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made from root ana herns, has been the standard remedy for female ills. In almost every commu nity you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. lnm,m.iMi.-.ii,ii i.ii.i. i.ii.I "Cut out the hope and pull on the rope" f f Til wm Mrerijsing is sometimes just enough more have repented of not advertising than of having advertised; and men who get the habit of being successful seldom get over it op and wmm era SUCCESS m u urn: and with Rest always go hand in hand means work, it has oft'Jbeen said that to produce success, take an ounce o f hope and a pound of work and dilute the mixture with more work. To be successful in your business, you must work for more business. And to do this you must advertise not recklessly, but legiti mately and in the paper "that goes home" and is read. That paper in this county, is the Phone Main 1 for a talk with the ad. man.