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FREE COOKING SCHOOL Cooking School Pr ramrae. Lesions Daily at 2:30 p. m. MONDAY. Broiled Bacon. Hominy Crescents Spiced Clovers. Chocolate Pudding. Cerise Sauce TUESDAY. An Oven Dinner Roast Lamb with Brown Sauco Macaroni Milariaise. Fruit Rissoles. Cambridge Pudding. Hard Sauce WEDNESDAY. Broiled Steak (Deimonlco) Banana h“ritters. Mocha Cake with Burnt Almonds THURSDAY Filet of Trout Tartare Sauce Cliifl'onade Salad Loaf Cake. Peach Pastry. FRIDAY. Paper Bag |Cooking. Chicklen Green Peppers Sausages Sweet Potatoes Potato Doughnuts Vienna Pound Cake Fairy Fruit Salad. SATURDAY. > U Cooking Contest. > Talk on ‘‘Kitchen Conveniences Awarding of Prizes. Grand Contest in Cooking To Climax Cooking Lectures Serviceable Prizes Given Away Free During This Contest The Sentinel-Record requests you to set aside every afternoon, commencing Monday, May 6, and attend these In structive lectures. MRS. HELEN ARMSTRONG, The celebrated lecturer and exponent of the cooking art, will have charge of the program. The event will be high class in every detail—yet it will be free. There will be prizes, contests, daily changes of program, features of rare interest and educational value. MONDAY Is the Day for First Lecture May 6 to 11 This is a rare treat, an opportunity to hear the best lect ure on domestic science ever deliver ed in the United States. Attend the first lecture on next Monday and you will be sure to hear the whole series. No Charges Valuable Recipes Auditorium Theatre Commencing Promptly at 2:30 P. M. 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New York, May 7.—An early ad vance in the cotton market on con tinued wet weattier in the south, car ried prices up to practically the high records of last month on new crop positions, but realizing was heavy as the market approached the 12-cent level and there were subsequent re actions with the close steady, net 4 points lower to 2 points higher. The opening was firm at an ad vance of from 5 to 3 points and shortly after the call, active months sold 12 to 17 points above tne clos ing figures of yesterday on a renewal, of yesterday’s buying movement, the tirmness of Liverpool and the weath er man showing more or less general precipitation in the south. Tills ad van "e carried July cotton up to 11.71c or 76 points above the low level of last Friday morning, and within 10 points of the high record for the sea son. December contracts sold at 11.06c or more than $4 per bale above the low price ot last week, and at the beat level reached since the begitv ning of the season, I>ast prices show ed a rally of some 6 or 8 points from the lowest. Trading was very active at the start but became comparatively quiet during the day, except for a final spurt during the last few min utes.’ Receipts, 14,282 bales against 23, 616 last week and 12,104 last yerlr. Today’s receipts at New Orleans, 1, 523 against 4,665 last year; at Hous ton, 1.116 against 1,153 last year, and at Galveston, 4,%9 against 2,672 la-.t year. BRYCE WILL RETURN. London, May 7.—Sir Edward Grey today put a quietus on the rumors cf the retirement of James Bryce is British ambassador to the ^ United States. The foreign secretary stated categorically in the house of com mons that the ambassador, who is , now on his way to Australia, to study the political and sociological condi tions there at first hand, would re turn to Washington at the beginning of September and resume his duties. CUMMINS SCORES TAFT. Resents President’s Interference «/i Legislation. Washington, May 7.—President Taft was sharply criticised in the senate today by Senator Cummins of Iowa, who charged him with attempting to coerce congress in tariff legislation. Mr. Cummins, spe.aking in support of bis metal tariff revision bill, said he understands the president was oppos ed to any legislation on the metal schedule uutll the tariff board report ed on it "I deplore the action of a president in interfering in any way with the work of congress,” he declared. "I have heard a great deal lately about the recall of the Judiciary and judi cial decisions, lioth of which I oppose hut 1 regard these as inconsequential in comparison with the encroach ments of tile executive branch of the government in the last few years." WANTED GOTHAM BONDS. New York, May 7. -Bids for $115, 000,000 worth of 4*4 per cent corpo rate stock of the City of New York, which opened' today, revealed that the issue had been four times over subscribed. The average price tho city wtll receive Is $100.75. One Wall street firm was awarded $11,500,000 of the stock and the combination bid of two other firms brought them $10, 200,000 worth of the issue. The last sale of corporate stock, held in Janu ary, 1911, brought the city an aver age price of $100,904. PRESSMEN’S STRIKE, Chicago, May 7.—Heads of the Ty pographical union have called a meet ing tomorrow to consider the dispute between the web pressmen and the Chicago publeshers. There were tu mors tonight that the printers might strike In sympathy with the press men, but President James M. Lynch of the Typographical union, declared his men would remain at work. Efforts tonight to Induce the mail ers to declare a sympathetic strike failed. WE HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE AND CHECK SAME TO YOUR DESTINA TION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. CALL AT OUR OFFICE OR PHONE 262. COOPER BROS. LIVERY AND TRANS ROOSEVELT WINS TEXAS AND KANSAS WOODROW WILSON ALSO WINS IN TEXAS AND SOUTH CARO LINA PRIMARIES. Roosevelt I* Conceded Maryland by Slight Margin—Champ Clark Clark Wine Maryland. Dallas, Texas, May 7.—Instructions given today by democratic county conventions to delegations chosen for the state convention bear out the enr Her indications hosen for the state convention and assure a state dele gation to the national convention in structed for (kiveror Wilson of New Jersey. Complete returns have been re ceived from 17t> counties which give Woodrow Wilson time far 328 rm votes In the state convention Nec essary to control are 312 votes. (!ov ernor Harmon thus far lias 109 2-3 instructed votes. Speaker Clark has 39V4 whereas up to midnight no coun ty had reported an instruction foi Oscur Underwood. Reports have been received from 153 counties that held republican con ventions. Theodore Roosevelt is leading with convention votes. Mr. Taft has 36Vfc votes. Twelve c in festing delegations representing 12 convention votes will go to the con- 8 ventlon in seven counties that will probably be represented at the con vention, no county conventions were held. * Thirty-six counties are sending del ’ egatlons uninstructed. Returns from the republican county conventions al so bear out the Indications of the pre cinct conventions that the Texas in struction could not safely !>«. predict- 1 ed until the meeting of the state con- < ventlon. , ! Roosevelt Controls Kansas. i Independence, Kan., May 7.—Roose velt supporters will control the repub lican state convention which will meet here tomorrow to name four delegates at large to the national I convention. The Roosevelt delegates will number 750 out of a total of 896. The convention can Instruct only the delegates at large The delegates , selected from the congressional dis tricts will vote at Chicago as they were instructed by their districts. South Carolina Is Wilson's. Columbia, 8. C., May 7.—Returns from all counties but one In yester day's democratic county conventions in South Carolina did not change the original estimates, that the forces supporting Ira B. Jones for governor against Governor Blease would con trol the state convention by a two thirds vote. The latest returns aXow. Jones, 223; Blease, 36: unknown >r uncommitted, 63. For presidential preference there was a much less general expression, only five counties Instructed their delegates, all these being for Wilson. An estimate by the Columbia state of the preferential preference dele gates was as follows: Wilson, 100; Underwood, 8; non commital or unknown. 226. I Maryland Vote Close. Baltimore, Md., May 7.—The close ness of the struggle between Presi dent Taft and Theodore Roosevelt for control of Maryland’s 16 votes In the national convention was emphasized today when complete returns from yesterday’s primary showed the re sult depended upon one tounty which on the face of the returns gave Roose velt a majority of but 10 votes. Put ting this county, Howard, in the Roosevelt column, gave him 66 dele gates to the state convention, Just one more than a majority. No change developed in the demo cratic situation except to insure for Speaker Clark several delegates al ready counted for him on the strengtn of indicated county majorities. The county preferential vote bound 61 delegates to Clark, 44 to Wilson and tour to Harmon. Underwood In Mississippi. Jackson, Miss., May 7.—Oscar W Underwood of Alabama carried the state of Mississippi in the democra' ic presidential primaries held today. His vote will approximate double that polled for Governor Wilson of New Jersey, his only opi>onent for the sup port of this state in the national convention. Laters returns indicate that Underwood has received a major ity in three-fourths of the counties of the state and in nearly every con gresslonal district delegates for him have been elected. Washington for Clark. Walla Walla, Wash., May r«*Vhe state democratic convention voted to day to Indorse Champ Ciark as its candidate for president. Tbs V oti.’ IBakeyour food with a | pure,Cream of Tartar | Baking Powder I DrPRICES CREAM Baking Powder A pure,Cream of Tartar Baking Powder # , C7product of Grapes**,* v i_1 tood. Clark, 455; Wilson, 106; Bry n, 135%; Harmon, 1%. An attempt was made to stampede he convention for Bryan, but It wat nsucceasful. LONGSHOREMEN RIOT. Baltimore, May 7.—When poll re nen attempted to disperse a crowd if 1,000 striking longshoremen and heir families, who started to parade iere tonight, bricks and stone* were hrown and several policemen were njured. Reserves were rushed to the scene and the police finally succeed ed in restoring order after arresting about 40 persons. TITANIC INQUIRY. Ixtndon, May 7.—Shipwreck experi ences consumed the time of the hoard of trade Inquiry into the Titanic dis aster today. Only three witnesses were disixised of No new light was shed on the sinking cf the steamer beyond the facta elicited by the Amer ican senatorial committee. The examination was significant be cause it showed that government w determined to investigate thoroughly. YOU DO NOT NEED TO be a scholar to get the great est use from THIS book. Many an uneducated person is now enjoying all the best the world can give with its help . 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