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TO KEEP YOUTHFUL
W IT H
B le m ish e s T h at S o G rea tly A n n o y the
H o u se k e e p e r M a y Be Effectively
D ealt W ith.
A dvice A b out the Best K in d s of Fo od s
T h a t Sh o u ld Be S.lected and
DRIVEN BY NATURE
H O W P A C IF IC C O A S T C IT IE S H A V E
H ARN ESSED W ATERFALLS.
Grease spots may be removed by the A bulletin published by the New
application of carbon tetrachloride, ac York departm ent of health suggests
cording to H. IP. Zoller, assistant In a number of changes In diet by which V a st P o w e r of N o rth e rn R iv e rs, O b e d i
N e w Y o r k E x p e rt P h y sic a l D ire cto r
chemistry in the Kansas State Agricul money can be saved without sacrificing
ent to E n g in e e rin g S k ill, Fo rce d
T e lls H o w to A v o id G ro w in g O ld
to D o the W ill of the B r a in
— H is T rea tm e nt fo r T ire d
“Removing grease spots with gaso "Cereals, such as cornmeal, hominy,
T h a t C onq u ers.
B u sin e s s Men.
line or benzine is both dangerous and and especially oatmeal,” the bulletin
wasteful," said Mr. Zoller. "Chloroform says, "are rich in nourishment, and are
An advocate of play ns n prevention I Is effective, but Is dangerous. Carbon much cheaper than patented cereals Few people know that trains are run
of old age is Dr. Louis It. Welzmiller, tetrachloride Is u. .d by cleaners *>e- “American cheese, dried beans, and along tile Pacific coast, cities lighted
physical director of New York’s West cause of its safety, cleaning power and pens are comparatively cheap, and con and factory power obtained from har
Side Young Men's Christian associa the absence of a disagreeable odor. tain a great deal of protein, which is nessed w aterfalls up in the Sierra
the most im portant food element found mountains. It is a commentary on the
tion, says Hawthorne Daniel in the The disadvantage is Its expense.
wonderful industrial progress of Amer
W orld's Work.
“Ink is ditlicult to remove If It has In meat.
“A man was in here Just this morn been in the garment for some time. “Oleomargarine Is a very sntlsfnc ica, celebrated by Am erica’s Electrical
ing,” he said in answer to my question Iron Inks may be removed by oxulic, tory and economical substitute for but week, th at the force which drives the
as to what he did to keep men young, acetic, citric, or dilute hydrochloric ter. Unfortunately, its use In public wheels of the Pacific coast commerce
is derived from heretofore useless
"who is in the ‘old man' class, and In acids. In case of the coal-tar inks, the institutions is prohibited by law.
“ltice is very cheap food and can be rivers am idst the whiteeapped moun
years tie is young. Let me see,” and sP°t must be bleached,
he looked at a card covered with data “Iron rust can be removed by fairly served in many different styles. It tains of California.
concerning the man in question. “He strong oxalic acid solution, if allowed should be used more frequently than It The engineering world has watched
was born in '84. Ttiat makes him to stand on the goods for a short time, Is la the dietary of those of moderate with interest the progress of the great
thirty-two, but he Is as old ns most and often when it is exposed to the means. It contains a very high per South Yuba-Bear river development,
men of fifty. With him It is overwork, sunlight the uctiou Is a little quicker, centage of carbohydrates, one of the which hnd its beginning in 1912 under
resulting in ‘nerves.’ He finds it al- The excess of oxulic acid must be very necessary forms of nourishment, authority from the California state
most impossible to concentrate. When washed out, and the goods washed with Everyone knows how extensively It Is railroad commission. At th at time
he starts along a certain line, when lie a good soap, in order to neutralize the used among the peoples of Asia, where the Pacific Gas and Electric company
wants to run along a single track, so acid. Hydrochloric acid is the best ve it has served as the chief article of entered upon the construction of a
to speak, he finds that his tnlnd Is con- mover of Iron rust, If handled by an ex- diet from time immemorial.
225-foot dam at Lake Spaulding by
“It should not be necessary to state which it was proposed to back up the
tlmmlly turning switches that put him perlenced person.
on to tlm sidetracks. I am going to "An excellent formula for the remov- that bread, preferably of whole wheat waters of the South Yuba river and to
mnko him play. I am going to make al of fountain-pen ink, especially iron a form which is rich in very Important transform Lake Spaulding into a great
him play until lie stays on the main Ink and iron rust, Is the aceto-oxallc food elements called ‘vltamlnes,’ also storage reservoir of 43,500-acre feet
line, i'll give him a medicine bull acid formula. It is made by saturat sugar and potatoes, should occupy capacity.
and tench him to become so Interested ing a 10 per cent acetic acid solution prominent places in the dietary of the This work is again in progress and
in that ball that everything else is out with oxalic acid, and mixing one part working man and woman.
Is said by engineers to be the finest
of Ids head.
of the product with four parts of al “There are many other cheap food enterprise in conserving national re
He stopped for a moment, and looked cohol.”
stuffs, u notable one being macaroni sources and In providing hydro-elec
out on to the busy gymnasium floor.
and cheese. When these are used tric power In great quantities th at has
“Then some other men,” he con
they serve to lessen the
been undertaken in the West,
tinned, “get Into a rut and can’t get
cost of the dietary without in any way yet
where this kind of motive force is rap
out. Instead of being switched on to To induce a canary to take a bath impairing its food value.
idly taking the place of steam and oil
every sidetrack by their minds, they
a few seeds upon the water.
are kept diligently at work on the main sprinkle
added attraction will make the ONCE A DAY OFTEN ENOUGH Tlie idea of damming the w aters of
line. You have seen business men This
the South Yuba at that point occurred
who could not forget their business. fellow. become a habit with the little
electrical engineers many years ego,
All the time their business problems To keep flowers fresh, place a pinch A sse rtio n M a d e T h a t W om e n Need Not to
but the great disaster of 1900 and the
P u t In S o M u c h T im e W a s h
are uppermost in their minds. When of bicarbonate of soda in the water
troubles th at followed caused the
ing D ishes.
they come to me I make them play.
project to he tem porarily abandoned.
putting them Into a vase.
I get them interested In something else. before
To make glassware clear and spark "The careful housekeeper will al- The project called for the diversion
“Did you ever see a Alter cleaned by ling,
add a little wnslilng blue to the wnys resent the suggestion that once a of w ater from the Soutii Yuba a t the
reversing the flow of water? The wu- soapsuds
day Is often enough to wash dishes, dam through tunnel nnd ditch Into
ter going in one direction leaves sedi If Ink Is when
spilled on the carpet or tn- w rites Dr. H. Rnrnnrd In “Table Talk Rear valley, and for the construction
ment behind it until the filter does not hle cover, cover
It Immediately with In the National Food Magazine. “She of n power house in the Bear River
operate at it should. Then, when you salt as It absorbs the
cannot train herself to allow soiled gorge some nine miles below Lake
reverse the flow, the sediment ‘bolls' I’owdered alum added
to ordinary plates nnd silverware to stack up from Spaulding, at a point where a head of
out, and always you are surprised to
feet was obtainable.
see how much was there. T hat's what stove blacking adds to Its brilliancy. one meal to the next, for she has been ,375
this it was proposed to utilize
play does. It reverses the flow, and It Oxalic acid and Javelle water are taught that such actions are evidence the From
w ater after its release into Benr
of shiftless, slovenly housekeep
takes out of you all the grouchiness excellent for removing Ink stains.
New tinware will never rust if ing. As a m atter of fact, along with river several times over in its course
mountnin and valley down to
I find that I am getting short greased with a little fresh lard and many other notions which ure fixed In through
and crusty In my answers to the boys I *>B*i0<* *n '*le oven before It Is used. the operation of the home, both time the point of Its arrival at the City of
and energy nre saved by cutting out Auburn, some 47 miles below. The
around here, I go out and play hand
Lem on Pudding.
two of the three daily dlsh-wnshlng fall of the w ater between the two
hall. When I come back 1 feel younger.
points being npproximntely 4.300 feet,
Sauce—One and one-half cupfuls of jobs.”
I believe that a man is as young as h
acts He grows old because lie does I SIIkar, one and one-half cupfuls water. Doctor Rnrnnrd goes on to recite It was found possible to survey sites
old thing You must have noticed hut,er size of egg. Juice and rind of one tile experience of one housekeeper who for a chain of not less than seven
bow the mother of a large family stays Memon-
actually dared study the homely work developments In all.
young when tier husband grows old. Ilatter—One cupful sugnr, one cupful of dishwashing. One week she Altogether, the plans called for an
I lit Move the reason Is that she plays water, butter size of egg. one tenspoon- washed dishes three times n d a y ; the aggregate development of something
young games with the children, while ful baking powder, flour enough to next week she washed each day’s like 162,000-horse power. The work on
lie sits with Ills newspaper and Ills make batter like cake.
dishes altogether. She used the same Lake Spaulding was started in 1912,
Mix the sauce In granite pan nnd let number of dishes each day in both and in the following year tunnel nnd
stnnd till dissolved, then pour batter weeks. She found that it took her ditch work was begun upon the Chris
over sauce nnd bake In a medium oven. 51 minutes a day to wash after each tian vnlley plant nnd also th at ad
W om en W in In R u ssia .
Moscow university, the oldest nnd Good either hot or cold.
meal and 41 minutes a day to wash jacent to the city of Auburn.
On Thanksgiving day, 1913, Vice
them once a day.
most authoritative university in the
President John A. Britton closed the
Stew ed Apples.
empire, has ever kept Its doors fast
This took nccount only of time, but switch
which sent the electric energy
against feminine Ingress. Now, lit One nnd ono-Lnlf cupfuls of water, there was a considerable additional
lust, this barrier lias been swept away, one-half cupful sugar, ten apples, one saving in gas or fuel consumed by humming along the wires from tho
and the Russian ministry of education tablespoonful of lemon Juice.
heating w ater once Instead of thrice a newly constructed power plant In the
and the faculty council of the univer Roll the sugnr nnd w ater together. day, to say nothing of the saving In Rear River gorge to tho company's
main high-tension distributing sta
sity have announced that hereafter W ash, quarter, pare nnd core the ap soap.
tion at Cordelia. 110 miles away. This
women will be admitted In full equal ples. Cook the apples very slowly in
enormous hydro-electric development is
sirup until they are soft nnd trans
ity with (lie men. In ull courses.
G ra h a m Pud d ing.
The faculty council, in providing for parent. Add the lemon Juice nnd then One cupful of sweet milk, one egg. fust nearing completion, to be added to
this new arrangem ent, lias stipulated remove them from the sirup without pinch of salt, one-half cupful sugar, engineering achievem ents ranking
tlint the woman students desiring to breaking the pieces. When ready to one-half cupful molasses, one level with the Panam a canal.
m atriculate into the university, must serve strain the sirup over them.
spoonful soda (dissolved), two round
G u lls a s M ice-C a tch ers.
do so by examinations held In the
ed cupfuls of grahnm flour, one cupful A w riter
in California Fish and
boys' gymnasia. The gymnasia. In Rus
C ream ed Potatoes.
currants or raisins floured. Mix In Game says that gulls wheu vlstting
sia. cover the eurrlrulum s undergone One large onion cut in small pieces; of
given, steam three hour,. Eat the rivers nnd m arshes of the interior
In America by the high school nnd the cover with milk nnd simmer until the order
with lemon or vinegar sauce.
valley of California, do not appear to
freshman nnd sophomore years of col onion is tender. Pass the onion nnd hot Lemon
tnblespoonful be wholly scavengers or piscivorous.
milk through a ¿ieve; then add a cup cornstarch, Sauce—One
mixed with two tnblespoon- California gull taken ou March 12,
The women's Institutes are not as ful of cold sliced potatoes. Season
of w ater; stir Into one cupful of A 1912,
along the San Qunquln river near
rigid as the gymnasia, nnd It Is for with salt and paprika, then scald. Add fuls
boiling water, boll till clear, add one Mendotn,
Fresno county, was present
this reason that the university de the beaten yolks of two eggs mixed cupful
mands that the women be put on ab with one-half cupful of cream or good and Juice of one lemon. Rent together, ed to mo. Upon dissection I w a s as
solutely the same stiindard as the milk. Rent the m ixture through, but stir rapidly and remove from stove as tonished to find Us stom ach filled with
common black crickets and three
do not boil.
soon as It begins to simmer.
whole field mice.
A C E R T A IN A M O U N T O F P LA Y .