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THE CHIEFTAIN. .WOMAN'S WANTS T AND WISHES. MENU FOR SUNDAY. "Come in; and let u bauque royal ly." Klog Henry VI. BIIAKPAST: Oat Meal. Cream, f pare -riba. Egga Poached in Milk and Served on Milk Toaat. Hot Rolla. Hominy Bread. Buckwheat Cakea. Syrup. . ni!0Ki: Mock-turtle Soup of Bean. (recipe given.) Sweet Bread on Toaat. KoastVeU Stuffed. Potato Croquet te. Aaparagua. French Cream Cake. Whipped Cream. Coffee. Nuta. TKa: Cold fcliced Veal. Sally Lunn. TwaMed Cracker. Cheese. Preaerve, Tea. Milk. BKAN SOUP. Use brown beans. Soak over night, about 2 cupfulls. Put in a sauce pan with a bouquet of herbs, and cover with water. Boil slowly until tender, adding more watef if necessary. When the bears are very soft remove the bouquet, drain off the water, and pass the beans through a puree sieve. Place it again on the fire, adding enough stock to make soup, and a brown roux, made of a tablespoonful of but ter and flour cooked until brown. IMlute it to smoothness before adding and cook it with the soüp for five minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Strain it in the tureen awl add thin' slices of lemon, egg bills, and farce-meat balls, allowing one to each por tion of soup; also the white of one hard boiled egg cut into dice, atid one quarter of- a cupful of sherry or red .wine. This re sembles mock-turtle soup. l'KKNCIl CRKAM CAKB. 1 cup sugar and 3 eggs beaten together; 1.J4 cup flour, 2 tea spoonfuls of baking powder in the dry flour, 3' tablespoonfuls of water. Bake in two tin plates; making 2 cakes: """" ' CREAM. Take nearly a pint of sweet milk, heat. When nearly boiling add Y cup of , floür well beaten with a little cold milk,' 2 beaten eggs with 1 cup of sugar. Pour some of the boiled milk in the . mixture to Ynin it, then pour into the milk that is boiling. Stir all the time fill it is thick enough to drop - from the- spoon without running. ,, Remove from the stove and add yi teacup of butter. " When cold., flavor with vanilla, 2 teaspoonfuls. Turn out the cakes and split them with a knife. Takeout some of the inside. -Spread -the custard between. This amount fills 2 rakes. For extra occasions serve with whipped cream. This is delicious. MERRY CHRISTMAS. All hail and welcome to Christ mas, soon to be with us once again with ' its-mervy : miking, peace, and good-will towards men. There is a feeling of Santa Claus in the air. Pedes trians go hurrying by with mys terious bundles and Warning facet. Maids and matrons are busy as bees, crowding every spare moment into "finishing pretty gifts, or deep in the mys teries of mince pies or fruit pre paiing for'wondrous cakes that are to come forth In their glory on Cbrktias'day. ' ' The yule-tide promises to be very gay in Socorro. Besides the Cbmtmaa trees at the Pres bjterjan church on December '24 nd Episcopal church on Decem ber 27," there will be' many trees are to shine forth in private y.:K" to sfadaYn the 'stranger' hearts and make harpy both young and old. Christmas night the young women- ot the town are to gire a ball. The fire company projose to follow suit on New Years ere, planning to dance the old year out and the new century in. Family dinings and general merry making will be in order. Our readers may be interested in the following . poeta' appear ing in Harpers magazine for December, by a- talented writer now living in New- York, Mrs, Ruth McEncry Stuart, who was advised by her physician to spend this winter in Socorro, but who has decided to try first the effect. of soft balmy air of pine woods in Louisiana, and 'who may yet find her way here in search of health. BETHLEHEM. Ob, Bethlehem, starred Bethlehem, Brig-tit with thecornatlon grm pon thjr brow through bletorr. Whose eyee bare seen the mjntery. Halt brow and eye and diadem, Hall, Bethlehem 1 Dear Bvthlehem, old Bethlehem, "f was thloe the tide of time to stem. The world was tired; Its grisiled folk Hope-weary, bear the centuries' stroke Wbea err of birth sainted them From Bethlehem. Hence, Bethlehem, jonng Bethlehem, Thine ancleat days tboa majal contemn While all the cycle since eng-age To celebrate the youthful age. Earth's years are young ; aha coanteth them From Bethlehem. ' Oh, Bethlehem, qneen Bethlehem, Of hallowed lap and diadem, They Kohlnoor, it la a Star; They hands ar white as lilies art; Thy song is sorrow's .requiem, Qneen Bethlehem. This bit of dialogue in A Man of Destiny, one of Bernard Shaw's pleasant plays, may prove con soling to the girl in her teens and the woman in the ties: Guiseppe "Has your excellen cy by any chance caught a glimpse of the lady upstairs?" Napoleon "How old is she?" Guiseppe "The right age, Excellency." Napoleon "Do you mean sev enteen or thirty'" Lilian Whiting in one of her letters says, "There is no' more practical counsel in the world than that of the Apostle, "As ye have therefore opportunity do (rood unto all men." As ve have opportunity! That is the test. himself from his daily path to find these opportunities. They occur daily, hourly, in ways of which no one need knqw save the two concerned, and they are equally blessed to both. Doing g-ooa uoes no ínvariaoiy require being specialized, or legalized, or dramatized, or transformed from a private luxury into a profes sional occupation. It may be only a helpful word, a cup of tea, -t 4 A A a Kinuiy welcome 10 a -stranger, and yet be a Vdoiirg good," as much as seeking out some great sacrificial work. Mistress "Polish this furni ture so as you can see your Cace in it, Bridget." . " Bridget "Sure, mum, there's no need to. Oi've a lookin' glass to see me face in, mum." Pick-Me-Up.-- ... After all, ladies, think you not that the doing of one's own work holds some compensation? WOKTHY OP COMMENT. An article upon "Sensitive Children" deserves comment.- As the writer says, with truth, "It seems an unimportant point to have a child sensitive and self conscious, but the evil lies in the fact that the trait grows ever bigger, and makes boys and girls, wbea they have outgrown- child hood, morbid, unhappy, dissatis fied, and poor company for them selves ahd their circle." More than this, it may inter fere with the success in life of these boys and girls,' by prevent ing them from making tbe-best of themselves. An intelligent, sympathetic mother knows that all children, cannot be treated alike; but it is to be feared that sermons are thrown away ton the blunt, comraon-natured woman who is capable of dealing roughly with a sensitive child. - -" Having always felt a lively sympathy for the sister of Laz arus, who, busy with household duties, was "always careful and troubled about many things," I have decided to suscribe . myself , . ... Matha. aeaaaTuaaaaaaajaauaaaaaaaaaa.a) si jii .,' iwwri a.i n . il " " vr. war ryr , j . ii -m ia.ii a i mi , I Í ' I I t Three of a Kind beat two pair" I OPERA One Night, Wednesday Dec. 26. Fitzgerald flurphy OFFERS The Whirlwind Farce "WHOSE BABV ARE YOU?" Written by MARK E. SWAM -Big New York Success,' Qrllliant Comedians. ' It is intensely Funny; Clean, Pure, and Refined. Reserved Seats, 75 cents.' Chloride Letter. Chloride, N. M., Dec. 18, 1900. Editor Chieftain i Kay Ross has moved into town. Westy Peterson has started a tunnel to crosscut the southwest extension of the U. S. Treasury. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ilearm has been quite sick but is now out of danger. Hugh McTavish is helping John Saucier on his assessments on the claims at the head of Chloride creek. Wm. Armour and his cousin are doing the work for this year on the Longstreet with Harry Lake on the night shift. John Beeson, owner ' of the Hoosier Boy, has returned from Indiana and purposes to remain with us this winter as he finds the winters in the north too severe. Joe Oliver came into town smiling thankfully,' because he had just finished his assessments, and announced his intention to visit the other Bide of the range in search of his Christmas turkey. Dr. J. Harvey Blain came from Detroit, Michigan, two weeks airo intending- to spend the winter in the southwest for the benefit of his health. . Hé wiü visit Ari zona and California before he re turns home. . Louis Kruse has received in structions from the owners of the May mine to put a force of men 'a work on that property the first ot the month. They wish to stope the ore out of the old pros- Íect shafk -which shows ore for 0 feet, and at the' same time 6ink a new and first class work ing 6haf t some distance farther south on the ledge. The carload of ore taken out in sinking the last fifty feet of the prospecting shp.ft gave returns of 350 ounces silver and 40 per cent copper. ' - M. vy. M. No one can reasonably hope for good health unless his, 1owels move once each day. When this is not attended to,' disorders of the stomach arise, biliousness. headache, dyspepsia and piles Boon follow, it you wish to avoid these ailments keep' your bowels regular by taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when required.-' They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. For sale by A. E. Howell, Socor ro; W. W. Borrow4ale, Magda lena. ' i - For Bent. A six room residence in good repair in the American part' f the city, call on C . 1 . Brown. When thinking of Xmas pro- ents don't fcrgt LMdn's stork. - HOUSE School of Mines Notes. A merry Christmas to every body. The holiday vacation is hearti ly welcomed. J. Stuart Green left for Pueblo Thursday to spend the holidays. The regular monthly examina tions left a few wrecks in their wake. The new tellurian globe for Miss Atkinson's room has arriv ed and is "a thing 'of beauty," and of great utility, too. The board of curators held a meeting Thursday, all present but Messrs. Hopewell and Bart- lett. There was none but routine business, Two Colorado miners who had coirle down on one of the miner's excursions visited the institution Thursday and left some speci mens of ore for assaying. They were much surprised to find the school of mines so' well equipped for the work for which it was de signed. Professor Jones, Haynes How ell, and John Hunter went out to Carthage yesterday to make an elaborate survey of A. H. Hil ton's coal mines. Mr. Hilton himself came up for them. This is a fine opportunity for the young men to put their recently acquired knowledge of engineer ing into practice. A new oil testing apparatus has been famished for the labor atory. The school is now pre pared to report upon the value of samples of oil as well as upon specimens of mineral. This facf may prove to be "of rib small value to the territory as oil finds are beginning to attract considerable attention in different localities.' Notice. In the District Conrt, Territory of New Mes Ico, Coanty of Socorro. Edwax4 C. Mactarn, Plaintiff. TS. Arthnr B. KarJer, Defendant. The aaid defendant, Arthur B. Keeler, Is hereby notified that a anil by attachment has bean commenced avainat him In the District Ooart of the Fifth Judicial DUtrict of the Ten I tory of New Mexico, within and for the Coanty of Socorro, .by the said plaintiff, Edward C. Machen, npoa the account, claim and demand of Charles H. Walker an-aiaet said defendant for work, labor and ervirea performed and rendered by said Walker for said defendant and aaaltfned and transferred toy aald Walker to plaintiff; amount claimed is $3004.13 with Inter eat and costal that said defendant's property, to-wit, all bis right, title and Interest In the Iron Mask Mlae or Lode, aitnmted at South Camp, la the Magdalena Mining District, Socorro county, New Mexico; alsoa quantity of charcoal contain 15,000 bateéis mora or leee, and a quantity of waste tinned Iron containing- 10 tons mora or less, said charcoal and Iron being aow on aaid Iron Mask Mining Claim, has been attached. That u nines said, defendant ateca bia ap pcaraaca ra said causa on or before the fourth day of February, Av D. ltul, judgment will be isndcred aa-ainst him la said uim by default, and his property sold to satisfy the same. 1 Tlo, aie of plaintiffs' attorney with his post oflice addrnaa ia Jame G. rilcb, tjocorro, New Mealoo. - - f es'if rXarrOt ewrt, Our Entirh New Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS HAS JUST ARRIVED. We invite our customers to come and inspect our large and well assorted line of DRESS GOODS LADIES' WAISTS LADIES' SKIRTS CLOAKS AND CAPES UNDERWEAR In fact our stock includes everything in winter, ready-to-wear apparel and is complete and elegant for ladies, chil dren, and infants. Give us a call. Remember that it is no trouble to show goods. QTMail orders receive prompt attention. Pbioe Bros. & Co. THE NEW MEXICO. FALL SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 10, 1S0O. . RECULAR DEGREE COURSES OF STUDY: t a . I, Chemistry and Metallurgy o o o II, Mining Engineering III Civil Engineering Special courses are offered in Assaying, Chemistry, Surveying. A Preparatory Course is maintained for the benefit of those who have not had the' necessary advantages before coming to the School of Mines. Tuition Í5.0Q for the preparatory course; 10.00 for the technical course. SSntn 1 1 Croat Deauud it Good Uari fcr r Yoanf lei will Tteiiieal LwwMji f Hij,r. For Particulars Address F. A. JONES, Director. FIRST RATIONAL MM ALDU Q U Eft Q U E, KECl MEXICO. Authorized Capital - '- - I 500,000.00 Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus - : ijsftoo.oo. Deposits, - - - - " I,2W,0OO.CcT OFFICERS J01b.ua 8. Rayoolda PrealdenL HI.'W. Flournoy, Vict) President 0 UNITED STATES DEPOSlTORY-o 0 DEPOSITORX. FOR A. T. & 8. F. AND A. ' ' P. - -RAILROADS. 0- If you need anything in the line don't, fail to try the best place which is the, ALBUQUERQUE STEAM LAUNDRY You will find good work, prompt services and everything to your liking if you will TRY J. E. Smith, Aqt., Paying Propositions -We all are looking for them in these stirring 'times, ppo't think that mining is the only business in which they are to be (pund. I. have them ' to offer in the following lines of busi ness as well. ' HERE THEY ARE Livery, Feed and Sala Stables. Hay. Grain, Coal, Limo and Cement. Agent for tha Columbus Cuggy Company. City Freight and Passenger Transfer. First-Class Corral ,la Connection. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. C, T. BROWN, GENTS' FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES CARPETS AND MATTINGS BLANKETS AND QUILTS SCHOOL OF MINES frank McKat. Caahiar C. A. HAWKS. Asaiatant CaakUr IT Socorro, N. fl. Socorro, N. M. -If . , , , ! .. ; \n\n SOCORRO, N. M.