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When the younger brother see* one or
PUDDINGS A L L W IL L ENJOY
more of his older brothers he turns
off and goes In another direction.
English Recipe, of Course, le Well
The oldest boy in the family de
Known— Plain or Steamed Fruit
serves little credit even If he wins
By LAURA JEAN LIBBEY.
OPERATION TAKES TIME IF QOOO
wealth and fame, but If the younger
When about to make a choice.
drop off like leaves In autumn and the brother ever reaches the point where
WORK IS WANTED.
English Pudding.— H alf cupful but*
I hear In tones of Ire
fair women dose their doors against he can earn a dollar a day. lie should ter, one cupful inolassea, half cupful
A stern God's tremendous voice—
him. Only the girl who loved him In be crowned with hays.
"Bo counseled and retire."
weeded raisins, three quarters cupful
Many a man Is Just a good, honest, the other days proves steadfast and
inllk, three and one half cupfuls flour, Warm Water, Ammonia, and White
worthy fellow If ho hasn't a dollar In true. W e may hoard, deny ourselves Plans to Make Waves Supply
Soap la Recommended— Articles
one tcuspoouful soda, one half tea
his pocket and the plain comforts of life, but who
spoonful cloves, one half teaspoouful
Must on No Account Be Sub
the Power to Propel Boats cinnamon, on«» half tcuspoouful mace.
must toll hard to knows how the tnouey Is to go at the
jected to Rubbing.
daily end ?
Beat the butter to a cream, add the
A system of drUIng a vessel by UiolusMvs, raisins ami milk. Sift to
(Copyright. 191 «.*
bread, lie thinks
llousi-cli»nuliig means many weary
means o f wave motors Is covered In gether the flour, soda uiul spices, u«ld
himself most for
ing tasks, hut the worst o f them all Is
these to flrst mixture, turn Into a
tunate of men If Younger Brother Held Down
1*. Itoach o f Berkeley, t'ul.. win» pro greased mold, cover closely and steam washing blaukets. It lakes a good
a nice young wom
By Attitude of His Elders poses to make use of the motion o f the three hours. Serve with wine sauce ly amount of money from the house
an. employed as
keeper's allowance to send these to
waves as well as the rocking o f the or foamy sauce.
he Is. looks with
the cleaner's, csp«»clnlly where tln-r«*
Plain Fruit Pudding.— Tw o cupfuls
la u lurge family. Ho tin» woman who
suit, giving him to anything it Is In spite o f his older to drive the cruft through the water. flour, one-luilf cupful chopped beef
decides to "do" h«»r own blankets
reason to hope
suet, two teuspooufuls linking powder,
should learn tlm very easiest way to
plished mainly by the imams o f a false
she will not say at their hands while he Is young
one teaspoouful mixed apices, one-
nay when he Is
third o f a cupful o f candled peel, one-
Here Is one system guaranteed by
ready to propose
half teas|K>oiiful salt, one-ha If cupful
grown. They find fault with every lar arrangement In the stern of the currants, one egg, ouc-hulf cupful an experienced lmus«>koepcr: But a
Hard toil makes thing he does, and bring their com vessel.
soed«»d raisins, three-quarters cupful half pint of uiniimiiln Into a tub ami
The how and stern form loose por
stretch the hlunkcts over It, not al
thrifty, bined Influence to bear In un effort
milk. Sift the flour, salt, baking pow
lowing them to slip down Into the fluid.
c a r e f u l o f his
der and spices.
Add the suet and
money and saving The result is that he keeps out of plunge o f the vessel and with each fruit, and mix to a soft dough with Tills should then he covered with luke
movement o f these [»arts air compress
warm water. This process allows tin*
if anything can. their presence, and since they are so
the <»gg und milk. Turn Into a well-
down on him he presumes that other ing pistons are operated, ami a quan
fuiiii's o f the aiumouln to rise through
greased pudding mold, cover closely
He stops smoking when he counts the
people are also down on him, says a tity o f com pressed air is forced Into
and steam three hours. Turn out und the Mank«»t and loosenu tlio dirt. Good,
cost, walks to and from his work and
tanks, and subsequently drawn upon
vigorous squeezing will d«» the rest.
serve with hard or lemon sauce.
Is exceedingly careful of his clothes.
He gets to looking and acting like for the propulsion of the vessel.
Ulus«» lii u tub o f clear wnrin water
Steamed Fresh Fruit Pudding.— Two
He is termed a model young man.
a homeless hound that Is hated by
nml run lightly ihrmigh (ho wringer.
Let a change of fortune come to any
Why Rubber Is Scarce.
everybody in the neighborhood. The
Here Is another and more compli
ing powder, half tenspmmful salt. two
man and who can tell what he will de
It Is only 27 years since the first
poor hound has had so many rocks
method, ilealglmd for use oil
velop into through the Influence of
thrown ut him by men, women and pneumatic tir »a were made— those, of
cupful milk, three tubleapoonfuls melt very soiled blankets: Air. b«*ut nml
money? I f he suddenly become pos
children that he has quit looking for course, being for bicycles, hut today
ed butter, one cupful fresh fruit, any brush the hlnllkels out on the Him be
sessed of a fortune left by an old
a friend. When he sees anyone com "the pneumatic tire business o f the
thing one liki'M.
Slit together tin* fore washing, so that every possible
uncle or aunt o f whom he barely
ing he goes off at full speed, and gives world Is estimated at the enormous
knew the existence the good or bad
flour, baking powder, salt and sugar piece of fluff nml down Is removed.
a yelp, as If he hud already been hit. sum o f W50.000.00U."
and mix to a hatter with the eggs and | ThM> " ,,“ vu « couple o f burs o f g-ssl
qualities with which he Is possessed
assert themselves with astonishing
milk. Pour in the melted b atter u d
: ° « P ,n,° "
“ ,1,1 "
rapidity. Though he may not have
Mil small greased cups one-third full P *n o f id lin g w* ler and ■ »* * * 1« fo
o f the batter, r**-
| “ Jell" for ii few minutes. Now have
been noticed In office or shop to any
Date Pudding.— Half pound stone«! n
,,r stationary wnshtiili half full
extent before, he suddenly finds him
self the center o f attraction. A host
-lates. quarter |«»un.l beef suet, one | o f wrmn «'>"'»■ "Ith n half cupful o f
capful flour, half cupful sugar, one smim>nlM In It
Mix Ihe soap In with
o f flattering friends spring up about
him. The larger the fortune to which
tenspoonful ground ginger, one ten- this, then put In your blankets. Stir
By DR. SAMUEL G. DIXON.
he has fallen heir the higher up the
«IMtoriful ground dnuamon. one t«»n- then* around with n stick, hut do n««t
Commissioner of Health of Pennsylvania.
class o f men who seek him out. make
salt, one teaspoouful baking rttli them Hquo'd* nml n «« uho th«-m up
Is It a habit of yours to get out of nlng o f the uext week's labor and
his acquaintance and show their de
cupful bread crumbs, two nml ilown. When th«» top o f the water
take up their busiuess on Monday
sire to chum with him. Kducution and bed on the wrong foot on Monday
Chop begins to heeiiiii«» scummed with <llrt
morning? Do you morning exhausted and overtired in
manners might bar him from some
th«»m the water shotil«) he chunged. The
start for the office stead of refreshed by the "«lay of r e « . ’*
homes, but. Independent o f this, he Is
the " " «'" '" l water should I m » like the first.
with a frown on The other class goes to extremes by
welcomed In the majority of others.
■on*,»K process must be r.-pen».-«l
your face and a overeating and underexerolslng nml <!ry Ingredlenta and moisten with the Th"
until all Ih«» «Itrt Is n»uiov«»d.
I f he has become a millionaire over
look In your eye the result Is equulty unhappy.
night. he finds himself all at once lit
that sets the of
Try to strike a happy un-dlum. Re
tle less than a god. Great business
fice boy hunting member that the cheerfulness which al four hours. If In small molds, two , ,h,‘ "H n g . r the Jaws o f which shout«!
be v*"rJr wide apart or they will make
opportunities nre offered him by well-
for an errand out most invariably begets Its like Is well
! your blankets l«*»k stringy— and hang
known men. Brokers fall over each
side and starts nigh Impossible to one who Is fugged
other to show him the menagerie at
the whole force out or dulled by overeating.
TO P R EP A R E T H E PUMPKIN
u!"' . , ,
the stock market. Iteal estate men
Blankets shotil«! he hung lengthwise
are anxious to sell him mansions. !
, on the line, using plenty o f pins, so
that lasts for the
Three Splendid Ways of Making the
Automobile plutocrats invite him out 1
! that th«»y have no ehan«»e to sag.
better part of the
Yellow Globes a Welcome Ad
for a spin reminding him that a man i
Shade Is (»«»tier than sun for «frying
junct of the Feast.
In his position cannot possibly do
them. When th«»y are quite ilry go
without a motor. The most beautiful
«»ver them ««»II with n clean whisk
o f women insist upon th eir fathers, j niake use of psychology in their busi-
kin pulp, one-half cupful sugar, one- broom, brushing with the nap. Thin
uneles or brothers introducing him not ness are very apt to postpone their
cupful chop|M‘<| dates, one-half makes th«»m delightfully fluffy. F«»l«l
only to their exclusive clubs, but to Monday calls until after lunch. By
cinnamon, one-half ten- away with enmpher balls or In moth
| that time the atmosphere has cleared
«in«» cupful cream or proof hugs.
It would make poor old uncle or n little.
rich milk, one-half tcaspomiful salt.
When you come to think of It the
aunt who had hoarded that wealth
English Chicken Pie.
Nothing lx easier than faultfinding. no ( t wo i»ggs, on«» half teaspoouful glng«»r,
so carefully turn over in their graves
self-denial. no bruins, no character are re- one-fourth tens|*oonful nutmeg. Blend
medium «Ized |M>tntoea. cut
qulreil to set up In the grumbling busi
to see tie» get-rlch-qulck relative make,
all the Ingredients to a cream. Bent ’ ln '" nnl1 I'h'«'es ; c.s.k until t.»n«l«»r, hut
ducks and drakes of that fortune. In , ° ® ce, school and household. If tins is ness.—Robert West.
up the yolks and whiten of eggs n«t broken, nml then n«M two «•tipful«
story books, the young man weds the I ao*
°* sufficiently fre-
separately and fold In the whites the chh-ken meat and half a cupful fresi»
girl who loved him and whom he loved ! fluent occurr«»nce to make the picture
Take one cupful each o f fat chopped last thing. Four luto crusts and bake. ' P,,rk
*»»<1 r " ‘ lr> "'»n il pieces ;
in poverty. In real life, the new and ! fanddar to all.
salt pork, holliug water, molasses, Serve «-old with n layer o f whlpp*»«! ' cover with a crust made as follow s:
womlerful influences brought to bear ! With many people it Is not because
upon him crowd her out .of his \ their dally tasks are distasteful or that dried apple am) sugar. Add the boil creimi on top flavored with a little ! S lf* ,hr*‘p teaspoonfuls baking pow«!cr
ing water to the pork; cook the mo vanilla and «lotted. If llk«»d, with a few with two cupful« flour, mid two table-
thonghts and his heart. Newer fan their real attitude toward their asso
lasses and a cupful of «lried apple crystallized cherries. These pies can spoonfii!.« shortening nml half t«»n-
cies take possession of him.
His dates is aggressive; it is more a mat
iponnfii! salt. Itiih thoroughly togeth
has been soaked over night, a he ma«le In the form o f patties. »
wealth flies like chaff before the wind, ter o f rather Ill-conceived Ideas of
er ami mix with one small cupful
lie Is dazed with power un«l pleasure. what constitutes rest or diversion.
teaspoouful each o f clovea nml nut squash, salt, fritter batter, hot fat. ('lit milk. Put on floureil hoard nml pros«
His attorneys cry “ H a lt!” in vain. He
It isn’t possible In a few words to
meg with u half cupful o f raisins, the squash <>r pumpkin In long, square out with the linuds to slz«» required to
does not heed. He Is sure he could describe the Saturday-until-Monday
hours; n«l«l the other ingredients, pieces. M il;«» the pieces ns thin ns cover chicken pi«». Bake twenty min
never spend a million of money dur habits o f everyone. The majority of
one teaspoouful of sodn and possible. Sprinkle with salt and let utes, nml serve hot.
ing the rest o f his lifetime.
Such people, however, are apt to fall into
of tartar, flour to make stand awhile; then «Up Into the frltt«*r
cases always end in the same old way two general divisions. One class tries
Bake slowly one hour. batter anil fry in deep fat until the
Economical Fruit Jelly.
— the fool and, his wealth are soon to crowd too much into the time be
Save all tin* rlmls nnd pulp of
pumpkin Is tender. When nicely brown,
Friends and acquaintances tween one week’s end and the hegin-
lemons nml »rang«»« l«»ft front lemon
«lust th»»m with sugar and serve hot.
Mix well together om-hnlf n cupful
Ebcalloped Pumpkin. — Pumpkin, ade or fruit punch. Put them Into a
«>f butter, one und a half cupfuls of breadcrumbs, throe tahlespoonfnls but ouuccpan and cover with iMilllng wa
sugar, two cupfuls o f flour. Add two ter. cheese, salt and p*»pp«»r. After ter. Boll ten minutes, strain half the
teaspoonfuls of baking powder, two the pumpkin lias been p<»clc<|, cut It up liquid nml add sugar to taste— a small
eggs, u cupful of inllk and n toaspoon- into small squares. Place the butt«»r cupful o f sugar to one dozen lemon
ful of flavoring. Mix the sugar, but In a Nniu'«»piiii ; when It Is melted add skins glv««s a tart, refreshing Jelly.
ter and flour together; when well th«» pumpkin arid c«Mik tifili tender; Lastly stir In a half package o f gela
The first point o f interest to the with half a dozen of these rafts, a
blended take out a cupful o f the mix season to taste with salt nnd pepper tin that has been dissolved In a little
traveler in China Is the boat town of Chinaman will have enough und to
ture and nild the eggs, well beaten, ami a llttl«» sugar. Place u layer In a cold water. Pour Into n mold nnd
Canton. The Chookeang, or Pearl riv spar«», says an exchange.
the milk nnd flavoring to the remain buttered baking dish; cover with grat- cool. One dozen lemon or orange rlmls
er, for a distance of miles, is covered
In the lower Yang-ts«t-Kiang and the der. Put Into the cake pan nnd sprinkle ed cheese and buttered breadcrumbs ; should make a quart o f Jelly, nml It Is
with boats, which form the residences Iloang-IIo rivers, extensive rice fields
with the reserved cupful o f the mix ndd another layer und top off with the better flavor and more fruity, than
of a numerous population. Land Is are cultivated in this manner. Upon
when made with the Juice alone.
ture. Bake In a moderate oven.
cheese and crumbs.
valuable ln China, and It is presumed rafts constructed as above, weeds and
that the rent of the river is merely adherent mud are placed as a fbxtring,
Bacon and Egg Hash.
New Hampshire Carrots.
and when the rice shoots ure ready
Sometimes a few slices o f bacon nml
One quart o f carrots, one quart of
The Chinese not only live on the riv for transplanting, they ure placed in
a cupful of mignr gradually, then the water, one tenspoonful salt, one halt n cold frit»«! *»gg ure left «,ver from
ers, but they also use them for gar the floating soil, which, being adhesive
cupful chler vinegar, three-quarters broukfnst nml It Is n problem to milk«»
dening purposes. In the month of and held In place by weed roots, the yolks o f two eggs beaten lightly, two
cupful sugar, one tnblcspoonful butter. use o f them. Try chopping them flno
April a bamboo raft, ten to twelve feet plants are maintained in position
Scrape tlm carrots an«l cut In sections with an equal quantity o f boiled «>r
long and about half as wide, Is pre throughout the season, the rice ripen
one nnd oae-hnlf Inches l«*ng, then mnsheil potatoes, then fry like an ordi
ing in from GO to 70 days.
ful o f inllk alternately with the flour, slice th«»m lengthwise, one-quarter of nary hash In a little butter, letting It
The rafts are fastened to the shore
The poles are lashed together, with
then add a half cupful o f raisins and an Inch thick and then In strips of brown nl«»ely hef«»re taking from the
Interstices of an Inch between each. by cables, and these floating fields
In the whites o f the eggs. Bake same thickness. Ad«l water and salt pan. Serve with a pnrsl«»y garnish and
Over this a layer o f straw an Inch have served to aveit famine, whether
sheet and, while hot, spread gen and boll until t«»n«h»r. Drain «iff water, chill sauce or catsup nml you will think
thick is spread, and then a coating two by drought or flood.
with butter, and sprinkle with add the vinegar, sugar nml butter nnd you have some brand-new epicurean
inches thick of adhesive mud, taken fields were submerged and their crops
sugar nnd cinnamon mixed c«M»k until the carrots hnve a clear, dish. I f you prefer, you may make the
from the bottom of a canal or pond, sodden or rotten, these floated and
transparent appearance. Then serve. mixture Into little cnk«»s nnd fry them
flourished, and when a drought pre
which receives the seed.
brown ln butter or bacon fat.
This will serve live persons.
The raft Is moored to the bank ln vailed, they subsided with the falling
still water, and requires mt further waters, and, while the soil arournl was
Bacon and Applet.
Soften, but do not melt, a third o f a
attention. The straw soon gives away arid, advanced to maturity.
bacon thin and fry It a rich
cupful of butter, add a cupful nnd a
and the soil also, the roots drawing
to Doll and boll the mixture until It brown ; pinco on n hot plnttcr nnd keep
Where She'd Suit.
support from the water alone.
lhl«»kcns well, without nllowlng It to warm while frying the npplcs. Cut
The bride who tried to kill herself cupful of milk, throe teaspoonfuls of "stick.” This takes much patience and th«»se In rounds, core, hut do not peel ;
In about 20 days the raft becomes
covered with the creeper (Ipomea rep- when her husband stayed away from
o f cinnamon nnd nutmeg grated, one failure to comply with this require cook in the bacon fnt till tender ami
tans), and Its stems nn«l roots are home a few hours would make a
and three-fourths cupfuls o f flour. Beat ment Is the cause o f failure In much serve on the platter with the bacon.
gathered for cooking. In autumn its dandy w ife for u rich invalid.—Grand
Bacon nnd fried toinato«»s arc pre
all together three minutes, add a half of the homemade chill sauce.
and yellow Itaplds News.
pared In the same way.
cupful o f raisins, nnd bake 40 minutes
stamens, nestling among the roun«l
To Clean Whits Enameled Furniture.
In a rnodernte oven.
leaves, present a very pretty appear
Fer (petted Paintings.
Remove all dirty marks' with a flan
As a general thing, It Is the women
A few drops of nminonls In n cupful
nel dipped In wood alcohoi. Then wash
The chief use, however, Is to raise who wear the veils and the men who
at ooce with tepid water to which has of warm water, applied carefully, will
vegetables for the owner’s family, and. can't face the music.—Galveston News.
hoen added a Ittlle fine oatmeal. Never remora spots from paintings and
nee soap or end»«
PERILS COME WHEN FORTUNE SMILES
TO WASH BLANKETS
“BLUE MONDAY” AND ITS REAL CAUSE
Floating Gardens of China, Immune
Alike fo Drought or Flood, Often