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THE DAIL7 HINT FROM PARIS LAND FRAUD TRIAL IS DRAGGING SLOWLY Saturday Specials 5HI PLEY 5 atur(ky Specials Odds and Ends Sale Minard Sweats Ha Thinks a Couple of the Agenta.Who Soli These I-ands Were Crooks, and Is Probably Right" THE DAILY CAPTTAL JOTTRNAL. SALEM, OREGOW. FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1914. Mrs. L. Thompson presided at a de- Miss Gladys Cartwnghr daughter or! lightful young people's party Tuesday ' Dr. and Mrs. Richard Cartwright, has evening in honor of her daughter, Ai-lbeen appoiuted as instructor of English1 dath. The interior of their iiome on j and history in the Dallas hig'a school I North Fourteenth street was transform-1 for the coming year. j ed into a woodland bower, with qunn-1 I'pon her graduation from the Uni- j tities of sweet peas, baby breath and versify of Oregon, Miss Cartwright was greenery. The outdoor effect was fur- given a position as teacher at the Yew j ther ca'rried out with a large punch l'ark school, completing her work there j bowl surrounded by decorations rcpre-iat me ciose 01 me past term, one wns . sentim? a cool sequestered spring. Music and games filled the entertaiu iug hours, and later dainty refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Blanche Rice. The guests were: Blanch Kelly, Her bert Taylor, Rudolph Sollon, Kennetn Bice, Martin Bice, Miskel Keene, Kthel Kelly, (iladys Suudin, Elma Kice, Flos sie Sollon and Blanche Kice. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooke Patton, of Court street, left Tuesday for Newport, where they will spend a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. George accompanied them. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's parish met at the residence of Mrs. II. B. Thielson this afternoon. Mrs. J. II. Crawford and daughters, eBatricc and Opal, left today for Newport, where they will enjoy an ex tended outing. They will be accom panied by Ralph Kuenzli, of Junction, who will join thein at Albany. Miss Mabel Smith, who left early in June for a summer's tour through east ern states, is at present being enter tained by friends in Michigan. With them she is enjoying all the outiug de lights of the renowned Mnchinaw straits and islands. She will be the guest of college friends in Detroit, and will visit in Kansas before her return, which will be Inte in August. a general favorite with the pupils, and her splendid new appointment comes in recognition of her excellent services at that school. She will leave August first lor New port, to remain until the opening of the full term. Mrs. L. N. Honey, of Eugene, ar rivod yesterday afternoon, anil will -be the house guest for the week or .Mrs. George II. Burnett. Mrs. Honey has many friends in Salem, who will join iu furnishing her entertainment during ! her stay. www PERSONALS John M. Ryan, wife and children and Airs. R. R. Ryan left yesterday morning for Slab Creek, going by team. They expe.'t to be gone about two weeks and will spend the time hunting and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Wilson, son and daughter, of Geneva, Nebraska, are visiting at the home of H. C Hawley. They are very. much pleased with Salem and will probably , locate here. William Campbell, Mrs. J. M. Car son, Miss Carson and Miss Bell, motor ists from Eureka, Calif., were guests at the Marion yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Staples and , Miss Elva and Harry Staples, of As- I toria, are guests at the Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Molvin Burdick and Mr. v u. ,.: i ; .,- i r r itt i i . I B. Harris, of Sheridan, is rents- and Mrs L. W. (llcason have returned . d M'arion ' . omadel,ghtfultr.ptoLakeran.elia. Hafry w intcrest0(, in Oregon j... Kirr mm, t..,. , j f Ashland, is at the the base of Mt. Jefferson was converted i jjarj0 into a walking expedition, the return i (, T' R of Bn, Gre- d being made the ame way. T.icy were, Migg -L 8mitl of WeiHor' 1(lnhJ ar. gone four days, their outing being cn-j rivH vegter(lav to attpud'the funeral joyable in every doted, of W. 'Bury 1 Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Tnnseher, of Port- a motor- Jj -l ii mi i i j"" M m jU ftft,..y. r '"i :" v9 jfrtiff .......... r-1 ... '.--'.'i m E 6 , rxftw' -. : -4-JV- . 1 ' - " (V .fs.v 'it Portland, Ore., July 24. That two of the men wlio filed applications for: licentious on the Oregon & .California i land grant as ageiits through him, were "crooks" either directly or indirectly, and he had his suspicions of some of j the others, W, K. Minard, principal of the three defendants now on trial on j mail frauds charges in Judge Ik-an's ' division of the federal court, testified j today. E. J. Sellers and J. W. I.ogan, j of Taconia, are being tried with Minard. "For how many of these locators these agents scattered about t.ie coun ; try did you file the applications they sent you between 1 !()fi und 1!M3," Reamed asked. j "Between 30 and 50, 1 think," Mi nard answered. : That investigation of the government I into the transactions of the locators i started a early as 1 ! 1 0 was n devel , opment of today. Mi mini said that Special Agent C. R. Uuudull, who Is ! now assisting Kennies in the prosecu tion, had visited him nt his offices in ; 191 D, asking him for a statement, and ta'cing some of his literature und some correspondence.' DYNAMITED SAFE I AND "EARNED" $500 i ' . - . i Troutdalc, Ore., July 24. Csing a com forter to deaden the sound, two robbers i early today blew open the safe in the general merchandise store of Aaron i Fox with nitro glyceriiie and escaped j with $1,!00 in cusli and jewelry worth :$500. Approximately $1,400 worth of . stumps left in the safe by the postnuis-! I ter were not touched. ' j; The thieves gained entrance through a rear window. It is believed they escaped down the : ian. nas upecmi vogue in , Columbia river in 0 launch, which, with rtils suit Is a combination of black taf- a rnwbont, was missing today, CHILDREN'S DRESSES Children's Tub Dresses in a variety of styles, slightly mussed from handling, ages 2 to 6 years. Special while they last 43c EACH. WASH SKIRTS & DUST COATS A big cleanup of our Wash Skirts and Dust Coats, every one a good model. Linen and Ratine Skirts. Dust Coats of linen and crash. Three long Serge Coats. SPECIAL, $1.48. WASH SKIRTS Big clearance of Women's and Hisses' soiled Duck Suits and separate Skirts soiled and mussed by handling, marked at a price to take them out in double quick time SPECIAL, 43c EACH. HOUSE DRESSES Women's and Misses' House Dresses in good materials and novelty styles; one whole rack for your inspection. SPECIAL, $1.00 EACH. EXTRA SPECIAL-Sjx Novelty Suits, this $C fjf summer's models, special now, each, only . . Y"1 0.E.S MPLEY LIBERTY STREET 0l.t feta and moire. A lone mantle of tht molra tails at the back. Mrs. Jennie M. Thomas and daughter Ethel 'are among the vacationists at I !"-'-ad here returning from Newport. They will remain for the "Vh k it J v 1 J ' Robert Savage left for Ni summer. , , , Idaho, yesterday where he l; i ii n i o Mrs. George Simeral, of Pixley, sonth-i ' " " " p-v vge Wno is em- rn California, is spending be summer i ,rne ' "e rt.H ... , '. .', r-t, . , 4 to return to t. A. (.. in the tall. i It 1 iriT'ir I? Mn, A. lm.ah, and: daughter Mildred, I i INSURANCE COMPANY REINSURES PATRONS Most of the money taken was in ; ine man v of its residents, tortured the silver. I prisoners taken. Colonel Doiiiingiie. was sent from Uuaymus to attack the THINKS THE GIRL WAS KATHERINE WINTERS State Insurance Commissioner Fcrgu son announced tho American Life & Ac cident Insurance company of Portland : Ieenogle 8ni,, was carrying a bucket had reinsured it, accident and health ' .f wat"- "o met her ncar.ldttlo ltock, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 24. Oeorge Ieenogle, 21, was firmly convinced hero today that a girl he met on the tracks of the Iron Mountiiin railroad July 14 Inst, was Katherine Winters, the miss ing daughter of Dr. William A. Win ters, of New Castle, I ml. Tho girl, Yaquis. . Ark. She naked fni A ncni'il mid itanr :.. r:..i xr.: 1 . .. ' ' - i'i j LMinmtjss in me ursi miuiiui .-vsaur ; jjg said, and wrote: ance Society of America, of Taconia. net me, impo, for a Thn cniltliniiv RnniotintA mm roiiiuilr.tfl nr fn ma. ffatlinplna VCinl.ipa avn I 'o Ii I'nrnm II BltntlilllKT tlO aillliniari ' - . 1 "" .....v .......... v. ,.u v, ,.v, win. with her parents Mr and Mrs Antonv' ,0 ret"In A- ( ,n the ! i,s lifo business with the Western tin- j "When I first diet the child," Ice- for those who took an acio part in t.-i: .i ' a:..."i! Mrs. A. Imlah, and; dnnghter Mildred ' ion coiniiany. The action was urtred by iiol'Io said, "alio was walkinir alonir the overthrowing the constitutional gov- ' .. .. hv txl, innp',. nf heri ?vi" leave tol,l0rrow fr a ""ort visit) Mr. Ferguson. Speaking of the trans- tracks 10 miles south of Little Kock. I I eminent of Mexico and the murder of All But Madero's Slayers. j Laredo, Tex., July '.'4. (ieneral Car ran.a today ailvocated leniency in "trentinent of t'uo conquered by the victorious constitutionalists. " His statement was niado in a speech at a banquet tendered by Victoria citizens; (Ieneral Carranzu snid it must never be forgotten that nil Mexicans arc brothers, but declared he could not ex tend the hand of brotherhood to thoso " Please come and i directly implicated in tha deaths of I am well. Come Priuicisco Madero and J'liio Suarez. o leniency, he said; could bo expected father, arriving several weeks ago. She was Miss Margante Klein before her marriage, and has many friends here. i in Portland. Miss Lila Doughty, of Woodbnrn, is action, Mr. Ferguson said: I told her I would tiko her to her father, 'its president and vico-president. iu the citv to attend the funeral serv- The First National Life was crant- but a man wrhrl'nir a red shirt drove ed a license to transact n life anil nil ine awnv. 11 looked like a l'vuhv " ices of Florence Mctcnlf Mclntire. - accident insurance business iu Orciron Shown KatherinnV nirtilre. Icenoirle on the. date or tho transfer and takes said he was positive iu his identifica over tho business and agency force of tiou. He sent thu note to Dr. Win'ers the American Life & Accident Insur- nt New Castle. Mrs M I. fnr,,n lo ,..;;.. nt V.o !., ,l.i: Ur niht . " , ' . ' t i" I i home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. Miss C onstance Lorena l elknap became w wison 'Hne u t ioin her the bride of Sun.ner E. Bryant in Port- hlIgbani, who lrft Momlnv for'V'alifor- land- Rev. Belknap, her father, official-j ni at tiloir npw holne Ij0g AnR0es ed. M.ss Maud Hallmger was brides-, j p PoU(, of Portlan(1 ig maid and Raymond Bryant, brother of.tcrpil at tbe jjh the bridegroom, best man. The bride MiM Berna.letta" Paton, of Sutherlin, was lovely in her wedding gown of!is a t at the B1 white enarmeuse trimmed with lace ami, Q jj Cash 0i Ro9ebl,r is at tbe pearls. Her veil fell from a wreath j. ' of orange blossoms and she eorried a I Mrs Ha, h f,ox an( hte Helen shower bouquet of bride s roses. Miss; of B(lrkel(,; (.aiforllia with ho; friclll, Hallingcr wore a hnndsoine gomn of ,; Mrs- E c.rafton of Sacramento, are pinKcn.iTonanaBnnnau.icarrie,! piiiKvi(iti M , parents Mr. and i the next vear '"i.'7" ',,; Airs, a: B. Nouthwick, at their home, Pacific university in the clnss of 11)12, 1079 Marion 8treet MEMORIAL SEEVICES HELD, and the bride of Willamette university. rr9 w !!,, pn,innd i. The law would bo observed strictly, he said, and those charged with par ticipating in the crime would bo judged according to tho law. ( I (Continuod from page one.) "The new company entering the state KNOW NOTHING ABOUT GOV. . has been transacting business for six ' ERNOR PINKHAM'S RECALL years in its home state und has a well-1 established business. It has a stock Washington, July In Secretary capital of $200,000, with nearly .")0,0O0 ) of the Interior Lane's absence it was; sheet that follows them, daily will surplus, making a good financial show- stated both at the White Mwiise ami publish the grossest and most outrage inn TKn it'i;.,A..i .l. .. i :t i.A .(............. i.... .....i.: i ..... 1 ... ...l. ...... ...... ft. a c uuiicio ui tnc muiTi n; ii xjuc uic . -H I uni- ', i iiiiiL nutiiiii Wttn linill OUS SlUIUM IU lurIIHM:i: iit;iiT imj GOVERNOR JOHNSON I affairs will probably be closed up with- & Accident Insurance company will pro-1 beyond what tiie newspapers published and to befog and becloud the real is eeed to liquidate the company and its of the forwarding of a demand from sues. They believe if they can disseni- lloiiolulu lor the recall of Governor iiiate enough falsehoods, some of them Piiikham of Hawaii or of the adoption ,vjH be effective, nnd that finally so by the territorial democratic committee ml..h outrageous mendacity will be in- of a plank condemning the governor as ipctcd into the contest, until every The romance had its beginning several vi;it ' Mr and Mrs CM Potter on I The beautiful and imnressive Afaeca- "'T' " T'" tlla. l j question before the people will be in- years ago when they were both in the ateet othe' Wends in ! Z'Z M" lZSl fJN1 M. will be here fori Queen Hive. Wednesday evening, iW "" re de at C Z's Hariwr Mm Brvant weelt8' - " j memory of Airs. Mary aye, whose pass- Lane. returned, it was added,, nothing If k! fJlL J, IZ .V l tk :... L: .u...,... I lnf- A!,nl. U U u .b.ro,,Kht t0 a tlose 1 of the kind would bo done. ... ...... ...... .. i" . "i vii-riiuiij vvuna & taitbnu meinbership in the orrtcr,. . , . i Belknap, of Munro, Ore. Tney are vis- his meals in the woods is the same one ) cverine a ncriod of about 17 veins. !innrrvtTK aw -oTrn. I "Come and get your money back" if you are not entirely satisfied with every pair of "Notaseme" Hosiery you buy here. We have made this offer to many customers and not a single one has accepted it. In stead, they have come back to tell us that they are the very best hose they ever bought for the money. And to prove it, they have taken as high as four and " ' ' five pairs extra. ' Ladies' 25c and 50c Hosiery in Black, White, Tan and Green in "out" sizes. We sell "Notaseme" Hosiery for Men and Children. A. C. De Voe Two Stores 344 State 236 N. Com'l King relatives at 4111 r.asi lenin street tnat 111 private ine always torgets to Tne 8(!rvices were public and among North, where the wedding took place. split the kindling for the morning f iro. le gut, present were Mrs Case Mrs j Leslie, Mrs. hhcarer, Mr. Kittermnn, ROOSEVELT CAN PUT TRIAL OFF INDEFINITELY Recipe Department By BETSY WADE. Daddy's Bedtime He Grasped the Lit tle Girl. How Arthur Saved the Little Girl. d: or --leau rwnuiy iignt iy 8 trio con sisting of Mrs. I. U. Van Winkle, Geo. C. L. Snyder and Dr.' I. ). Van Winkle, was an aiiiroiriate closinir for the sol- ADDY bad promised Jack that when he was a great big boy he was tO:emn, though beautiful services. have a sailing boat - , ' ' I r officers were assisted by Cap- . ;So I11 tlie DiLHiutline Jack rend about bonts, be studied plctares of 'tain Kdith Darr anil the guards, as fol- boats. be talked about bouts, be tried to iunk tov Imuts. I he us.il , 10ns- r.nsigns .viyrtie Henllein an to want a JSoat.story almost every evening. One evening he aald: "A boat story, plense, daddy." Botlj. Evelyn and daddy looked nt each other with a knowing expression, 'and then daddy began: "There was once a boy who wns very fond of nil tilings iertii ining to the water.. He loved to swim, to dire, to paddle a enuoe, to sail a boat in fact, he loved everything that was on or in the water. . "A number of people would say that they were sure he spent too much time in the water; that, of course, It must be very bad for him (although lie always looked very well) and that anyway they thought he wasted too much time. "But bis mother and daddy always allowed Mm to spend just as nine I it. Vnrlf -lnlv PI "(If ....iifu.i " miss naney ami ueo. U L. Wnydcr, all Colonel Hooscvelt can dclav a trial for) of Salem, ami Mrs. .Veal Lotteu and; from IS month to iwo years if lie little daughter, of Waterloo, Ore. cares to adopt-obstrncti've tactics," An eulogy of the deceased member, wis the remark today of Attorney was given by Mrs. Caroline lluslinell, James S. Ivins, who notified thei who closed her remarks by reading Wil-, colonel Thursday of the ro,(MIO libel liam Cullen Bryant's "Waiting by the suit brought against him by Cliairinan i Gate." i William liarucs of the 'Republican' Special vocal music was rendered by! state committee. . -, 1 Mrs. I. D. Van Winkle nnd a rendition' . Barnes was anxious. Ivins added, for, Rochester, N. Y., July 21. Driven' tcry. desperate by their inability to pur-: chase heroin, cocaine, mornliiiie and . i Other habit-formintr rlrnirs Hinpp .lnlv 1.! time as be wanted to on the water. They knew that it made him Hue nnd , when the new itntn nmhii.itinj! Los Angeles, ( al., July 24.- a speedy trial. The colonel hail given no indication of . his intentions.. Nor did he seem at all ruffled by the suit. "Let him sue,',' was his only com ment when Ivins culled on him at, 11 -r I'uv. ' I 'vc never snid anything ; couldn't prove.'', ' May Shank: Guards Opal MeDanicl. DIED. Bessie Koubert, Mary Keuch, Reba' MEYEKS At his homo on Wallace Beers, Ada Leper, Knlalia LindseyJ road, four miles northwest of Halem, I'earl. George, Pearl Ruble, Benrl Halph! July 23, l!M4,..at 8:110 p. in., Oscar and Blanche Moffitt, with Mrs. Lind-j Meyers, aged ."ill years, sey, Mrs. Smart, Mrs. Kellogg and Mrs.! He leaves a wife and 12 children. McDaniel acting as color-bearers. j r'uneral services will ne held Saturday 1 nt 2 p. m. from the chapel of Higdon ! DEUG FIENDS GET DESPERATE. & Richardson, Kcv. Carl Elliott officiat- : nig. Burial will be 111 City View cemc- I gar; I tablespoon cornstarch. Mix and scald but do not boil. Mix the whites of two eggs In a pint of fresh cream, whip well, flavor with one tcaspoonful of Maplcine, add to I the above und freeze. ' 1 : ! Maplcine Mousse. Cook iu doiiblo' 1 boiler 1 cup of Mapltine syrup and the ' .Milks of eggs. Cook 20 minutes. Add bentfii white of I egg, and remove at once from the fire. When cold, nibt I pint of whipped c renin. Freeze quick ly. ' . .. ! ' I A SMALL BLAZE. The roof Caramel Pudding. 4 cup.i milk; ; out, drain, 11ml slide into cu-Unl. eggs; 1 pinch salt; If, cups granulated: sugar; I u teaspoons .Maplcine. ! Pure Ice Cream. 2 quarts pure sweet Scald the milk. Melt sugnr in sauce- ,.,.,,.. j ,)nM, Kriinulated sugar; 2 pan, stirring constantly, until light :.(.1S,oons Maplcine. brown in color, gradually add the milk.i ,IX 9Mjilr lnh rreuni together, beat Add this mixture to eggs slightly bent-! m, Bdd the .tn.pleine and tri'cc. en with wilt and -Mepleine following.! . Strain into buttered bukiug di-h, bake I Caraniel Custard.-I cup granulated slowly tor one hour, cod and serve. it,uar. , lillt ,llik. ,, ,.,, ,,,tt.-i-; 2 tablespoons cornstarch; 1'j tcaspooin ij.v.u ....... H.. Man e ne. BBS . ....... lne new late lhw proiniiiting; - - - - ;- - , , 1 .Miiiilcine. strong, and they were glad that he was so foud of It Besides, he worked very ! the same of those drugs became eifec-i1""1 8 l,ortlon the I'acific Mectne. latcd sugar; 1 cup wnterr I tablespoon ,!nt n( jn )()ulii, )()ilr ,ini, thj(.v hard in school all winter nnd made splendid marks, so his family thought that i time, eight victims of drugs, all young' l'wer sub-station at Watts, near here, vinegar; 2 egm (whites); I teaspoon wji (hfl. t,of Kttlr,.( aissolved iu n he deserved the rest and the outdoor exercise. "One day one of the lake schooners was milking its dally trip. This boy bad paddled in his canoe to the bead of the lake and wns coming back home .on the boat, for that hud Just made a nice length puddle. "The boat wns crowded with passengers. Many of tbem knew this lioy. ; whose name, by the way, was Arthur, very well, nnd mnny of tbem wefe the 'ones who had snid thot Arthur spent too much time on the water, i "Suddenly some one gave a cry: ... " 'Somebody overboard! Oh, ohr , ' "And then every. one beonme very much excited and cried and screamed. Arthur hud not seen the person go orerlioanl, but he rushed to the end of the .'boat where all the people had hurried and saw In the water Just going nndei -a little child In R white dress. "'She hag lieen under twice now.' said some one. "Arthur didn't say a word, nor did he scream, bnt In one dive be was in ;the water and had grablied bold of the little girl. They were noon hauled In. "And toe people who bad thought Arthur spent too much ritue In the water 'looked on. ashamed that all they bad done wns to-scream, while Arthur bad gone In the water and bad saved the child's life." nipn r,i,i,M..,l ih. ,.ii,. .i i., was destroyed louay ny lire, sain to .Maideine; I larue cup or kimonos, Incited nr. " have been caused by electrical appar-' Place on the hrck 01 r.teve 10 dissolve Several of the" men declared that if they were not placed in confinement lh.tr 1.1 -:.l W ,. atus. slowly the nignr, water and vinegar then boil without stirring until it spins they feared they would either commit murder or suicide. Steps have been taken to open a hospital for the de tention and treatment of those victims. ...1.1 tu.. m..,. 1. 1 thread or forms a si.tt ball in cold , .... ,' . ' , little water. But sugar and butter 111 saucepan, stir until sugar is melted, riiduully stir tnein together and Strain if necessary, cool and erve with Maplcine whipped cream. then FATAL STORM AT BUDAPEST. (Continued from Page One.) Biscuit Glace. I'j pints cream; 12 ' water, l'our the hot syrup into the 'whites. of the ci;gs, well be:.tcn, and :bcst again with egg beater till nearly 1 L...I ... ....L1 ...;V,.rU l.i.l.lu ..I........ n-.. u.l.l 11... Minili.iiif. o,l ulmniuU ounces sugar; S eggs (yolks); 1 tnblc- :.r..,,.u u ...loroi. ti. fri .....;..i. i...., i...., i.i i..,.i .,.i . i . , ,1, 1 1 , ' spoon .Mapfciiic; ti ounces crisp ma a- B,.dn,3st, July 24.-Wire communi-: '' wealthy mpathi,crs, , hroken Dip out with teaspoon into de- 'ons. pound "'f cation was so badly dlsorg.nid by J . l-apes in buttered plates. .q.'.ire, umi s.ir'n.nSiUon un the storm which swept Budapest 'and vi- llu lT.'-rii. ...i.. .1.. . . :.l i..til it bctins to thicken. Strain and But IF IT'S A Summer Dessert you need variety of flavor t such as MAPLEINE that differently, delicious tuste so adequately gives to ices (1 unity puddings, eusturds, let) cream and other dainty dessertsj One-ounce bottle, 20c; tno-oiincej .'15c, Get it from your grocer, or write Crescent .Mfg. Co., Scuttle) Wash. Send 2c stump for Kecipt) Book. ; ..... . ... 1 i.nnnriii i fiu7. 'nmmnn ipr iit inn ihh- unn pina r nil uur I i.iiii iiiiiu ill cinity inursilay mat rew details were , - , "-- - 1 u (hpnmli hull- wince Into basin ... " 1 . . ... . rraU pvn.Ml.ltlln' Giinvnins. arrivnd at 1 ,l,,l,l.. l. ,.r- ...., ,t..n In 1 1,!., mi, I 11,,'" inrougii nuir sicm lino oasiii owamaoie touay. ah accounts - - - - -- , ... ..-..v., . - . i,en nearly frozen, mix .viaiiviiniiiu winy miu anneii tor u con- well DeBteil -yoiKS Ol tl eKS. I huh ' ference to nisctiss terms for surrender, slightlv. Hemove from fire and set to ' macaroon dust, another tablespoon Obregon refused ii see him. ... . ,-0. 'when cool, or partialMso, flavor extract vanilla, and finish freezing. (ieneral Alvarado .'reported today 1 with teaspoon of Mapleiue. Heut' " that Yaoui ludiaus had surrounded ; whites of U eirirs stiff and drop by. Custard Ice Cream. 1 pint fresh. agreed, however, that there had been considerable loss of life and immense damage to proierty. Danube shipping especially suffered heavily. . baby carriage because he follows it,Campo Verde last night and after kill-1 spoonfuls into hot water; when set, dtp milk; 2 eggs; 6 ounce granulated mi- Maple Parfait 1 cup sugar; 4 eggs; cup hot water; I pint thick cream ; I'd teaspoonfuls .Mapleir.e. But sugar and water in top of double boiler, let simmer two minutes, then stir in eggs, which have been beaten, cook until the mixture thick ens, stirring; constantly cool. When" cold add the cream, beaten stiff, Maplcine mold. Tack- in ice and lt,. us ice cream is packed, and let stand - three hours before serving.