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BARKS III VERS TO BE MADE IMPERIAL POTENTATE DAINTY AND DELICIOUS Dog of Pedigreed Stock Does 8ALAD3 TO TEMPT THE MOST JADED APPETITE. Everything but Talk. Scotland Yard Chief Hat Clever Canine Which Doaa Work of Serv ant and Protect Matter From All Annoying Intruders. London. Superintendent Frank Forest, chief of the criminal depart ment of Scotland Yard, belleres he possesses one of the cleverest dogs in England. He ia a sheep dog, named Teddy, who la 3 years old, weighs 65 pounds and comes from fine pedigreed Somersetshire stock. Teddy baa been with Mr. Forest since puppyhood. Every morning Teddy meets the letter carrier and takes the mall for the en- tire household and carries It to Mr. Forest's bed. Next he goes to the li brary, stands on a chair, gets the su perintendent's gold spectacles and takes them to the bed. When the superintendent finishes reading his mall he has but to say, "Teddy, I think I will get up," and the dog Im mediately brings his slippers. The dog Is so Intelligent that It only required a few minutes of In struction to teach him to bark In whis pers when he wanted anything Inside the house. But It Is aa a police dog that Teddy especially excels. Every night before the superintendent re tires he says: "Teddy, is everything all right in the house?" The dog goes In and out of every room and returns to his master, re porting conditions to be all right by wagging his tall. If anything doesn't exactly suit him Ae pulls his master's coat and leads him to the place that bat- not satisfied him. Teddy is very strict on conventional Introductions. He seems to Instinc tively realize tbt his master leads a danger-beset Ufe, and Teddy Is con stantly on guard against attack. No matter to whom the superintendent Is talking, the dog lies between his legs, alert and ready. He takes noth ing on trust until he Is told by his masted that everything Is all right Anyone who tries to pat the dog Is repulsed with bared fangs and growls until the superintendent says: "Ted dy, this is a friend of mine." Then the dog permits himself to be han dled. At Scotland Yard Teddy knows ev ery room in the building and mani fests his wishes to enter any. particu lar one by standing on his rear legs and shaking the door handle with his front paws until he Is admitted. It Is more difficult for a stranger to ap proach the superintendent's home In Hempstead that to gain access to Buckingham palace. The superinten dent says Tedy can do everything but talk. r V xlr A y $f f fh:,'f if JOHN FRANK TREAT of Fargo, N. D., Is to be made Imperial potentate of the Order of the Mystic Shrine at the Imperial council of that organ ization next week In Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Treat Is now deputy imperial potentate and will represent El Zagal Temple of Fargo at the council DISTURBS MURDER TRIAL Girl Brings Legless Chicken to Court to Prove That Slater Has White Blood In Veins. New York. The cackling of a hen disturbed a murder trial in the coun ty court at Jersey City. Judge Carey Interrupted the case to ascertain who was responsible for the presence of the fowl, and ordered It removed from the room. Carmela Accordlna of Danesvllle, Pa., the witness on the stand, admit ted she owned the hen, which she had carried from home with the expecta tion of convincing the court and Jury that the life of her brother, Antonio Accordlna conlH hav heph naved had MAN AN EXPERT AT FALLING her sister shown as much Interest In her brother as the witness had in the will talk with your brother no more. He is dead in the street." It was the alleged failure of the woman to go to her brother that Influ enced her sister from Danesvllle to produce the legless hen In court Painter Tumbles Eight 8torles, but Is Only Scratched a BitTells How It Feels. New York. Evan Sherman, a pain ter, living at 200 West 121st street fell from the window ledge on the eighth floor of the Scott & Bowne building, 409 Pearl street A half-hour later, while he was having his knees treated at St Gregory's hospital for a few scratches,' he told the nurses and surgeons how It felt to take perpendi cular voyages through the air. A few persons In the street saw the man come whizzing down, feet first and closed their eyes or turned their heads away in horror. Sherman, how ever, grazed some wire running along the Rose street side of the building and quite naturally grasped them with his hands. The wires held for the fraction of a second, and then gave way, letting Sherman down so easily that he landed on his feet. He dropped to his knees, however, and grazed the skin a bit hen. She explained that on the morning of February 18, the same morning that her brother was found with a fractured skull dying in the hallway of 413 Jefferson street, Hoboken, she had discovered the hen with its claws fast In Ice. She melted the Ice with hot water, and cared for the hen. It lost Its legs, but she attends to it, and It lays eggs the same as other hens. "Why did you bring It to court?" 1 quired the Judge. "To show that I had red blood In my veins and my sister has white blood . In her veins." Her sister, Antonetta, eloped from Danesvllle with Rosarlo CInamello. The murdered man found them In the Hoboken tenement house and went there to persuade his sister to re turn home. He was found dying In the hallway of the bouse and CIna mello Is on trial for killing him. The state produced a statement made by the accused In which he ha said he told his sweetheart: "You BRIDAL COUPLE OVER ROOFS Newly Married Man Frustrates Plan of Crowd of Overzealous Friends to Kidnap His Bride. Philadelphia. J. Harry Stroud, Jr., of 503 North Sixty-third street re sorted to strenuous methods to lead his bride of an hour away safely from a crowd of overzealous friends. Stroud was married at 8 o'clock to Miss Edna Cleaver by the Rev. Eu gene Stillman of the Columbia Meth odlat Episcopal church. The young man Is also a member of a lodge and after the ceremony several of his col leagues in the fraternity made prepa rátlons to kidnap the bride. Stroud, however, was up to the oc casion, and suspecting a send-off that neither he nor his wife were particu larly willing to enjoy, he assisted the young woman to the third story. Help ing her through a trap door In the roof, Stroud and his bride then made their way over the roofs and leaping into a waiting automobile, were on a trip bound for New York before the conspirators on the lower floor were aware of what had transpired. Now Served at Beginning of Dinner and Voted a Digestive Second to None Some Brand-New Recipes. They are serving salads, with a dif ference. A salad nowadays Is very frequently eaten at the beginning of dinner and voted a digestive second to none. Of all the fruits, pineapple is of the greatest value to the dyspeptic and contains the most delicate acid. The following recipe for a pineapple salad will be found an excellent one, and It Is, moreover, a very pretty dish -to serve at the beginning of luncheon or dinner. Pineapple In Lettuce Nests. Cut a pineapple Into small pieces. Add one cupful of finely chopped celery, one cupful of walnut, meats and one cupful of orange pulp. Shred one head of lettuce very finely and form Into nests on individual plates. Mix one cupful of mayonnaise and stir it lightly with the pineápple, etc.; add more mayonnaise, If the fruit is not sufficiently moist, and heap into the little lettuce nests. Decorate with chopped walnuts. Salade a La .Versailles. Ball six artichokes, separate the "fonds" from the leaves, and cut Into small pieces. Put In a salad bowl with an equal quantity of asparagus points that have been cooked In salted water. Take handful of salted alm'nds, chop them fine, pound them with the Juice of two lemons and half a pint of cream, 'salt and pepper, and pour over the salad. . A little mayonnaise may be added to the salad, but it la more delicate In flavor without It With cold chicken nothing is more excellent than a salad of carrots, cu cumbers and hard boiled eggs, all cut In rings and sent to table with this dressing: two táblespoonfuls of olive oil with one of lemon Juice, with salt pepper and a speck of sugar to taste. Mushroom Salad. Remove the skin and almost all the stalk from some button mushrooms, drop them into boiling salted water, and cook for three minutes. - Lay them on a napkin, .and when quite cold sprinkle them with pepper and salt and finely Chopped parsley. Lay on a dish and pour over two tá blespoonfuls of oil to one of Tarragon vinegar. Shrimp Salad a La Bretagne. Shell a quart of boiled shrimps and lay them on young lettuce leaves In a salad howl. Chill some mayonnaise sauce on Ice, pour over the shrimps and serve. Tongué Salad. Mix together and put in a fine dredger a small quan tity each of celery, salt red pepper -1 and black pepper, white sugar, and allspice. Take some thin slices of Russian tongue, squeeze a little lem on Juice over the piece and lightly dredge with the above mixture. Shave up some white onions and celery and put them In the salad bowl with a few white lettuce hearts. Add the tongue next, then pour sev eral spoonfuls of oil over the whole with a dash of vinegar. Serve at once. Many Divorce Courts. Boston. Six separate divorce courts, all In session at the same time In the same building, Is the record established the other day in Suffolk County. It is said to eclipse the high est previous record of any city in the Mayonnaise of Lobster. ' Meat of one large lobster cut fine, lay the coral aside to use in dressing. Rub yolks of four hard-boiled eggs to a paste, then rub the coral and two táblespoonfuls of salad oil, one teaspoonful of made mustard, one teaspoonful sugar, pepper and vinegar to suit taste. Pour this over the minced lobster, toss well, put In salad bowl, place Inside leaves of lettuce around it serving them with the lob Bter. The whites of eggs can be cut la strips to decorate It.