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MEDgQRP MATti TRTTtUKR, MIDFORD, OBHflQK MONDAY, MAT 2."), MM.
IS DEMONSTRATED BY MISS PEET
MAIL TRIBUNES COOKING SCHOOL OPENED THIS AFTERNOON AT ST. MARK'S HALL
Opcnlnn Day Sees Large Attendance
Doughnuts Made Today, Baked
Ice Cream Tuesday Night Choco
late Doughnuts Friday.
Tho Mnll Tribune Home Kconomlcs
School opened most auspiciously tn
St. Mark's hall this afternoon. Moil
font housewives In largo numbers
wore on hand to glo Miss root a
hearty welcomo this afternoon. Her
population as a lecturer and expert
cook ban preceded her and made a
strong Impression on tho progroslvo
women hero. Many MeiUord house
wives satd In greeting Miss Peet to te
day: "Wo hnvc heard ot your splen
did work in other cities and have
often wished wc mrght havo you
Miss Poet made some ot her fnm
oua doughnuts this afternoon In her
initial cooking- lesson and tho re
suits wcro so pleasing that sho was
voted tho champion doupnnut maker.
Sho explained without any egotism,
Just why her doughnuts arc bettor
than any other kind, and said that
this lies largely In tho frying fat sho
he. Miss Poet makes a specialty of
frying and says sho will provo that
this much abused method of cooking
when properly dono, ts a wholesome
one Sho said that rooca should be
Immersed In deep fat hot enough to
at onco form a crust through which
tho fat will not saturate and bo ab
sorbed by the foods that are being
Special Session Tomorrow Night
Miss Pcct aroused no llttlo Incred
ulity by announcing that sho will
make crcn better doughnuts at tho
evening session ot tho school on
Tuesday. Thoso who ato tho pro
ducts ot Miss Peel's frying method
this afternoon felt that these could
not bo Improved upon hut Miss Pcet
says that sho has another, now kind
of doughnut that sho will make and
serve on Friday. At this Friday ses
sion she will also demonstrate other
fried dishes which she Is qulto sure
tho cooking classes will enjoy.
1)Ihcbkc1 Scientific Housekeeping
Miss Peet introduced many new
and interesting features In her lec
ture and cooking demonstration this
afternoon and promises more ot tho
same kind tomorrow. She gave out a
number of recipes and to every mem
ber ot her big cooking ctais she gavo
a little booklet containing a collec
tion ot her favorite recipes. To the
women who came early In order to
greet Miss Peet personalty, sno gae
two now recipes which wilt not bo
given out any other time during tho
continuation ot tho Mail Trlbuno
Home Kconomlcs School. Miss Pcet
promises to do this same thing every
afternoon beforo 2:30. Note books
and pencils were quite busy through
out the cooking demonstration. Med
ford women put a high value on homo
making and housekeeping, and aro
cagor to learn anything new which
will mako for efficiency and for ease.
Miss Pcct bollovcs that women should
bo trained homo makers and house
keepers. Sho said, "Woman attain
highest Ideals by being partners In
tho home instead of merely visitors,
as some are Inclined to be." Sho
said that housekeeping is a business
not to bo undertaken lightly and that
women should enjoy tno privilege of
sharing tho homo responsibility as
well as tho homo comforts and pleas
ures. Miss Peet suggested many
ways that women may do their
housekeeping more easily and savo
miles of steps each year by planning
their tasks thoughtfully and Intelli
gently. She quoted Emerson In say
ing. "There is a right way and a
wrong way to do everything oven to
rooking an egg." Sho said that
cooking is not drudgery and it cer
tainly Is not. In Miss Pect's hands.
I. very thing she did was accom
plished with tho greatest caao aud
without tho slightest trouulo or con
fusion. Miss Peet said cooking Is
not dopendont on luc:c aB women
(sometimes scorn to Hunk but that It
is n matter ot certainties. She said
that by tho uso of level measure
monta and right matorlats and their
proper combination, good results
should bo attained avory tlmo. Ho
Hldos tho doughnuts with which Miss
Poet demonstrated hor romarks on
cooking this afternoon, sho mado
o ran go sticks which vero a most de
lightful kind of pastry, v,:th orungo
filling, Bonio dullcjoiia onnamon
cakes and a simple and pleasing des
sert called banana compote. She ex.
plained that other fruits could bo
und in preparing such a dessert as
At ha Mall Tribune Home Kcouo.
Mies School tomorrow afternoon MUs
Fowl will dlsctiM "Varied Montis"
MHil will make helpful siikscsHoms In
regard to tho eternal and ever pros.
Hit MUesllon, "What shall wo have
lor tJumrT" At her ovtmimt Iwwoh
cream, mocha cako and muffins. All
three of these Items aro Interesting
and delicious, but nono maro so than
baked Ico cream. It is worth going
ft long ways to sco Miss Peet put Ico
cream In tho oven and hake It nril
not melt It, and. to tnsto this concoc
tion! Words fall!
Her menu will consist er:
Saragota chips, lemon-cocoanut
cako, pastry strips, walnut souffle.
Itecelpts Coffee Hrenil
Three-quarters cupful milk, u
cupful melted crlsco, H cako com
pressed yeast, 1 toaspoonful salt, 2
eggs, 1 cupful sugar, 1 tcaspoontitt
lemon extract, U cupful chopped
English walnut meat!, flour.
Heat milk slightly, then add flour
to make .batter and yeast dissolved
In llttlo lukewarm water. Allow to
rlso until light, then acd crlsco, eggs
well beaten, sugar, lemon, salt, and
enough flour to mako stiff dough.
Knead ten minutes nnd let rise until
light. Place In crlscocd nan and let
rlso again. Spread with melted crls-
co and sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon
and nuts. Rako In a hot oven half
an hour. Sufficient Tor ono largo
One-quarter cupful melted crlsco,
G potatoes, 2 carrots, 1 parsnip, i
head celery, 1 cupful peas, 1 cupful
sliced beans. 2 onions, tomatoes.
pepper and salt to taste, sufficient
white vegetable stock to cover, l' tea
spoonful powdered herbs.
Peel and slleo potatoes and partly
boll them. Then prcparo parsnip,
carrots, celery and onions, and cook
them for fifteen minutes. Grease,
largo fireproof djsh and place In all
vegetables In layers, with ncrbs, crls
co, salt and pepper to saito. Pour
In a-hlto stock, cover with laer of
sliced potatoes and baka in moderate
oven for ono and a half hours. Suf
ficient for one large savory pie.
Golden Orange Cac
Ono a nd three-quarters cupfuls
sugar. 1 toaspoonful salt, 1 toaspoon
ful orango extract, 1 cuprul milk, S
eggs or yolks ot 10 eggs, 4 cupfuls
flour, 1 cupful crlsco, A teaspoonfuls
baking powder, orange Ic:ng.
For cake: Cream crlsco and sugar
together, add salt, eggs well beaten,
orange extract and Hour and caking
powder alternately with milk. Mix
carefully nnd turn Into crlscocd and
floured cako tin and bake :n mod
erate oven about one hour. This mix-
turo may bo baked In la) era.
For Icing: Doll 1 cupful water
with 2 cupfuls sugar tlii It forms
soft ball when tried In cold water, or
240 degrees F then pour over well
beaten )olks of four-eggs, beat until
smooth and thick, add IM teaspoon
fuls orango extract and spread at
once on cake. Sufficient for one
noil 1 cupful sugar and two-thirds
cupful water 10 minutes. Add the
Juice and grated rind of , lemon,
also U teaspoonful vanilla.
Allow tho abovo mixture to cool.
Pour over 4 bananas which have
been quartered lengthwise. Allow
this to chill. Sprlnklo with finely
chopped walnut meats. Servo with
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mnmif egan establishes cattle steadier
GOOD GRAIN CROP NEW RECORD FOR MUTTON WEAKER
Stand up for Home.
Of course yo'u want to, then smoko
Governor Johnson cigars only.
The Morm Hint ended with I lie miii--hiuo
or tin inorniii;; net ted 1.111
inches of much-nccdcd rtiinfull in the
Itogue !ticr alley. Sunday was a
rainy day and kept score of people
away from hill ami ftrcam. It al-o
kept many from taking a ride over
the city roervolr extension of tlie
muiii- streetcar line. 1 Mo ram was
general all out .southern Oregon.
A sel f clear nnd warm weather
is now expected. The precipitation
was worth thousands of dollars to
orehardjsts aud fanners, as it in
sures a rochI grain aud liny crop,
and growing stuff will receive a great
growing impetus with a few days of
Hunhliine. The dnnger from forest
fires was decreased by the heavy
fall fronkiiiK the woods. Thunder
aud lightning marked the firt two
davs of tho dorm.
TO VISIT GRANTS PASS
Mcdford Lodgo No. 103 A. F. &
A. M. havo accepted an Invitation
from Grants Pass Lodge No. St A. F.
& A. M. to meet with Uiom on Friday
ovenlng. May 29th, to witness tho
pconfcrrlng of degrees. Tho Ashland
degree staff havo consented to put
the work on for Grants Pass. Mcd
ford lodge has given notlro for n spe
cial meeting for tho conferring of
degree work on this cato but havo
postponed tho same on account of
this meeting at Grants Pass in order
to avail themselves or tho opportun
ity of visiting with tnem, It being the
only Masonic lodge In tho Itoguo
river valley that they havo not vis
ited during tho winter months, and
return tho visit or Grants Pass lodgo
a short tlmo ago,
A commltteo has been appointed to
nrrango for a special train to leao
hero In the evening nnd enahlo them
to return as soon as tho work haw
been conferred. Ashland will also
havo a special train and a very largo
delegation is expected to attend.
A most cnjoxnhlo "me wns had
by all golfers who visited Eugene
Sunday to contest with Eugcno play
ers. Oosplto pouring ra:n, the course
waa gone around twlco durtni; itin
day. The first team ot Mcdford
plajcrs met defeat at the hands of
Eugene to the score of 3 to IS, Egnn
alone winning, Ilcckwlth nnd Camp
bell tying. Tho .Mcdford novico
team defeated tho Eugene novices G
to 3. In tho foursomes, Mcdford
won G to 2.
Tho featuro of the day was tho cs
tabllshlng ot a new record for tho
courso by Chandler Egan, Mcdford'
crnck player and former nallonnl
champion. Egan lonercd tho prev
ious record Of 39 to 37 In tho morn
and 3C In the afternoon.
Tho visitors were cordially wol
corned aud lavishly entertained, be
ginning with a breakfast In tho
morning and a banquet In tho even
ing. Tho following were tho sceres:
First .Team Single Matches
Mcdford Egaa, 3; Astbury, 0:
Ileckwlth, 0; L-. Carpenter, 0; Guth
rie, 0; I). Carpenter, 0; Campbell, 0;
Flero, 0; Pilngham, 0.
Eugene Cancaddcn, o; Wllholm,
3; Dearborn, 0; Prcscott, 3; Itorer,
3; Ayers. 3; McCormlck, 0; Collars,
3; Tiffany, 3.
Notice Team Single. Mntrlie
Mcdford lickel, 3; Tinny, 3,
Deuel 0; Grlffls, 0; Welch, 0. Total
Eugene Thelro, 0; Illngliihclmer,
0: Kelly, 2; Itohtn, 0; Hohlnson, 1.
Medford Egan, h. Carpenter. 3:
Astbury, Ileckwlth, 1: Guthrie, I)
Carpenter, 1; Flero, Campbell, 0.
Eugene Wlllielm, McCormlrk, 0,
Cnrsrnddon, Prescott, 0; lliirdu'i, I)r
limey, 0; Kelly, Cellars, 2. Total 2
M. K. .Miller, one of Hie I'ninlnhilex
for labor commissioner, mode his
eampuigii with pictures of factory
building in full operation.
12 Ford Cars Sold
in 12 Hours
Prom Friday, May J5, at I p. in., until Saturday, May .10, at !J i. in,, making
twelve working hours, X sold 32 Ford Cars.
The Best Record for Auto Sales
Ever Made in Medford
or the Valley
There is a reason. You know IT
C. E. GATES
POItTliANI). .May 25.- Iteeolpts
for tho past week hata been: Cnttle.
lO.'n; calves, 95; hogs, llhS; sheep
Livestock lluldatlou last week
was somouhnt lighter than for tho
entile period a week ago, In all lines
except hogs, which showed n consid
erable increase. Cattle prices wero
steadier and further declines wero
not registered. Buyers gave 7.f0
to $ 7.7B for best light hay fed steers,
IC.r.O to I f.75 for good cons and all
other cnttlo prleo wroro niaally
steady. Tho feature of tho reunion
waa ono load ot firm grain fed steers
Monday nt b'c.
Notwithstanding a liberal run ot
swlno, prices held steady throughout
Tho best grndus of ttgnt hog sell
ing at S.25 fur tops. ' Outlet broad
er. Mutton receipts wero smaller and
mostly from Wltlnmettu valley
points. Top on best grailo wiltoy
yearlings 15.00. Spring lambs sold
Thursday n IR.CO but showed fur
ther weakness nt clone of week's
buclncf. Ewes wero the. firmest
clnfl In tho Injout selling steady
l 00 to 11.25.
SSUED BY REBELS
Ml. PASO, Tex., May Al. All sliips
laiiillai! al T.iiiipleo niiiil cany eleur
nure iH'ix (.igiieil hv noiislllutlou
alNt eoiisiils If thoy nuil fioin polls
whi'io the MiIiiiii iiisiiigeuls lutu'
agents. This older hits been issued
liy deiioiitl Cniniura, aeitoulnix lo
iiuutMiiieniaviit lie hi loduy. Com
plaint hud lixeu mo tK by .luaii Munis,
iiisuigeul consul at (InUeslon, Hint
(.liips letning Hint xnt linil lirru nil
r,inK no papers, ami lliul the lliieila
ivpreHcntalive had left (Inhesion.
It. ('. M.vlts. Iti it imIi ice-coiisiil
heie, today iiolll'iiil (leneriil Car
raiiza on lulinir of the llrltisli minis
ter at Washington Hint Cuiriiuxu'
good unices for Hie piolecliuu of
foieigu pnipeily at Taiiipieo weie
Assurances wen gicn heie odu
tluil (Iciietnl Villa riuuiiucd at 'for
icon. It was Miiil li IiisiiitjciiI ugcnl"
tluil Oeneriil t'lirriiura was on In
way lo Snltillo ftoiu DaraiiKo, mid
Hint, after a conference wild Villa
he would proceed direct!, lo Snltillo,
Prohnldy lln pii ifioiiiil eapilal wilt
remain at Snltillo, wheie Ciirriiuya
once scrxeil as gocrnor, and still is
the chief exciMiliic, nccoriling to in
surgcat chilms, unlit his linjnil-ftir
eaplure of the national eiipllnl.
"TK" GLADDENS "
'TIJ'." mnkes sore, liurnlmf, tlrol fut
fn rly dance with delight. Away en tlm
ncliin aud pains, the corn, cillmtwn,
blUtvrs and tmnluni.
out tlio ncl.U unit
miiiik (lint pulf
up jeiir fcfl. N'ii
liinttrr luiw lnml
il work, how
lung jou dtiuv,
how fnr jou
walk, or liniv lung
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arlihig, swollen, smsrtlng (n-t. Your fret
Jut tingle for Joy, aliurn imvvr hurt or
(Itl a M cent Ihu of "IVA" mr from
any druggbt or di'uutnirnt ton, :,
fixil torture forcicr -wear mtmllrr sliom,
kctp our feit fivli, awivt oinl lisppy,'
MRS. H. L. LEACH
32(5 North Hurllott.
Phono r(53 M.
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Hug nnd Carpet Cleaning
511 EAST iMAIN STIIIOMT
CHICHESTER S PILLS
With Mcdford trade Is Mcdfnr.1 mndn
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Why is a Grab?
AiiHwer. llccnime ho Is.
Ask the umpire
A irnh Is that specimen of Immun
ity who can say the most menu nnd
critical things about a ball game and
hall pln)er In the least Utile, with the
least cause aud tho least effect,
Who is the Biggest
Crab in Medford?
The hancbnll association wilt glut
ion a chiiuco to into for )our la-
The one who U elected "biggest
crnblier" will bo allowed to select tin,
lady for queen of tho llaso Hall Car-
ulwil to bo held hero Juno ltilh to
FOLEY AND BUKK
If Von Are a Cmblter, UmiU tint
Ho sure to votu long and much for
your favorite crab, You can uteri
otu for jourself. Nobody gets soro
hut a grouch,
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