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MEDFOKD MAIL TKIHUNIO. MIODFOIU). OKI-WON. WNDNHSIUY, "MAY 27. 1MI.
A general mealing ot bounl vr
Kotrrnort ami faculty or Uk Itoguo
ItlterAViilliV 11Mtrir Atmlctuy ht
JncU'KonVlflo.vOrefton, lilt is Jiolil nt
tho Bilnilnletrnllon btlltdtng or tho
ntnilcmy on tho evening of Juno Sth
TJivro 1 u cscorl of National J
Kinrd Jtrt-VeiifniurarranKPnicnls nro
being 'Inndo for a Reed musical l?ro
gramme by ono of tlio local bands. ,
"Were vrllf bo ajllubt lianijiict nf
tcrjUio Meeting nt Which man) of the
friends 'or tho siow Institution now
organting will be present. n cn
ttumlnstlc ntfalr Is anticipated as a
general Interctl Is being manifested
In tlils undertaking. J
Thq board of governors consists of
tho following gentlemen: Hon. W. '
S. Croweil. H6n. V. h. Ton Velio. Mr.
John S. Orth. Col. H. H. Sargent,
lion. K. i:. Kelly and Mr. K. V
Carter. Tlicro are atlll three ra-'
rnueles on the board which will hold I
their first meeting on this occasion
and elect and Install tho president
and other officers and appoint stand
Better Food and Cooking Makes Better Homevs Says Miss Pcct
Jeffrey Thanks Frlemli
To Ihc KiHter:
Thumpls jour piiier I wish to tlinnk
inv fi-ioinl-4 in .Tni'L-mm (until fur
tlieir eontrihiilifiiw to tlic lnrjc iri-
ninry vote Whieh I received for the
office or ntlorncy genera! of Oregon ,
nt the late election I cannot tluinki
Ihem tor nil their rnvtir in the post,
hut I nntiirully mid highly appreciate
the blurt given me nt my old home
JO j cars ago by the voter?, of Jnck
A attorncv ?eneral I slinll en
deavor to enforce the law co n to'
protect the rights of the state and to
guarnnteo th6 mme klnl of justice
to all men, rcgnnl!r. of nntiounlity
or the mciiUH byinhieh they earn (heir
liviujj. Very tmlv yours
JOHN A JEFFIIKV.
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C. R. Whltcman has arranged to
receive complete telegraphic reports
of the Indianapolis S00 mlto auto
raco Saturday, May 20. Keporta
will bo posted on bulletin board in
front of Alco cigar store as tho races
progress, which lasts- six hours.
tec cream into tho oven and baked a
nice brown coat on It, and whet this
was cut anu served to her nudleuee,
it was fouud tht Inside the Ice
has mnno c-IwuIh hIiowIiik tho tela
tlvo nluo tit ceil il n food olcmCnts
and she o.plalne.l tlienn In a iiinunor
ko IntorestliiK iiud intertiiliiliit( that
many of hVr giUTta reuinlneit after
tho lectiiiv-ileiiioiiHUiitliiii to luvo
another look at IIioko ehnrlH and unit
ninro huohIIoiih nlmiit them. Alius
IVet Is moil generous about nnawor
Ing iiiestloiiM. Site uorrr eoiislilers
It too pinch trouble tonialu vvur.N
thliigfnlly and show Jm t o.Mietly lunv
alio I'Voieeda In eery ' pint of Iwr
Tills nrternoon Mlw IVet In her
Interesting cookery lemon iiropnred
tho following illlui:
I'roueh Fried Potatoes, Currant
Toe Uliiu, I.eiiHUi Tarts, Mncwdolno
Salitd, Snlad 'Diesslux.
T!io rreurli filed point ow wr
nunther domoimtrntlim of the nietli-
lod of fr.tiig that Miss I'eOt litis
t-imtulit to tho alieiitlnu rff her
inudteiiro each day. This Is a Iniokr
ess method and Mis I'em hiv It l
ro longer iirrptunry to elliiiluntol
fried foods rroiu the family bill tit
fare hcrnusn tho li does not wnnt
her Immaetilnt kitchen smoked up
nor the smell of frjlng to pernit'nto
tho whole house.
Sllie made n enrrant tea rhlg and
during this process gave many help
ful suggestion about tho use of
least an it tlonrs and Other lugred
Mlsi IVet has again and ngnlu
during the sessions' of tho Home
Kronomlrs School, brought up the
matter of tho appearance or foods.
Kho ays that women will enjoy rook
ing much moro If they make tlwdr
j dishes attractive, looking so the fain
tly Mrlll tako greater enjoyment In
eating them and this .Mls IVet ex
plained hai no small effect on tho
dhtcsllblllty of the foods. Miss
I I'eet made some tomon tarts and
explained why Hm made this Instead
I of pies hut she said that the process
excellent housekeepers and fluo . was the same and tho result was
: STOMA LEFT
LONDON, Mil) 37. Tho iiuiml
properi) lull by Huron rtUHthfunu
hind Mount Itiosl, rm mum lilgh mi in-
iniMrntipT for Vitnaan, amonntM in
$3a,S87,otd. This wa (lhAlos(
when probate s nraiimd UlX).
The pne taliio of Ihf riit
trtlo Kit by (lit Uitatur. who iwi li
l.oiidiui iinunvy tl. '. fl (t
mud piiUHe. but tho ri that tjt
duty imttl aiinMiwteU to t.tMt.tio
In4lei thai his sntlr it, nwl
ami prfliil. had vnlu vf I7
grertt iiuiceSH by their heaity
operation, Hint' Mtss I'eet timU not
ho Induced to roiunln nt least to
weeks In lodfird. On Tliurfttlnj
Ml leel Will iilvo away HOmo ninro
lit her flno reelpon nitd solilO initio of
her helpful nil vim In regard to hor
hoiiHekeepli'lt und ii'iil.liig iiud vlll
pitM'tiro tti follow tllR SIlbsllMlltlll
Diond. Ulnnsr UolU. I'laiiked
Stgak, AptMo Kriltert.
Oue-hair piieknmi liOariinf, V,
ran loi'ialims. twhlespoonrula rr'a
en, J onions, salt and pttor to
laslo, eulprul gmtml eUtoto. I lb.
miiiitl steak, H cupful liMHtJeriiHihs.
HiwiV iltncm-mit into in eh tsnuths
and Tub! It with 1 tnbtMionrtil or
I ho rWnni lh plontv nf lmlllnii water
and boll 10 tnlnlltea Hum ilr". I'm
slerik Hud onions HiTooSli a food
ehflDIH'r. I'ut frfait'ironl Into eiJsrwM
rtrei'roof dl'h Ibon put In meal and
oulaus add cMonloi, finnatiMH.
Tunnlehuiib ntul rmrnlnder of rr'it
eo melted. ' lUlrti lh tiiirtlermte oven
T'vo' eitj'ifitN flour. VI wlftil crl
fo. I luIil.fiTho'iifuls xitfttr, 14 t.i,
it)Hmiirti1 iiiit, 1 opg. 5 Vaspoimful - ,vjm 'Mjlr,.' VOii too if it
vanilla ovtrait, 1 Innspoivnriil bakln , . ' '
powder, nlirlrot Jaiji or Jelly, whipped
crenin, nviRelb'b, preervod eherrles '
Huh rrjscn Into Hour, add salt. !
sugar. ImKliiK powder, breftk ilHx In 1
ml', 1 tnfv ill with Tiuk. then add'
vanllln Itoll out. eut l(fi flitter Usin Cottolen yOU Olfl
and lino rrlsro.,1 tartUt tin. ; I follow thoduopftltmothcxl
the sound. I.lno with (taper and j - - . ... ,
put In Mime rlro or peas to lireO pa.to Ot Irying. It S SUpfinOr
from riilng ( bake In but oven 20 n GVOrV WflV tO Dfln-frV-
Thi loioir ib-Hirtinoni will eutt
1 1 1 . nt . iifiit-. the Unit "it
I111-I1, lMiwti Ik tnli n il n'i icnia.
themselves and ono other bvtoro
very long ant! aro learning how to
do It right. Man) women who have
a well earned reputation for 'being
Tho special session of
the Mall Tribune Home
Kconomlcs School held
last night was the bczt
ono yet. AH who had had
an opportunity of hearing
and enjoying Miss Pect seemed to
have advertised tho delightful time
they hive. had, for a largo crowd at
tended; the Tuesday night's session.
When Miss I'eet announced yesterday j famous Velvet.
afternoon that sho would serve St. Mark's hall was again
baked Ice cream at the evening meet- 1 this afternoon with every class -of Miss I'eet iIIkciissimI food valuos In clpes thut Mis I'eet Is giving
cream was still froren and unmelted
It was a most dainty and delicious (cooks, nro attending the school dud 1 more than satisfactory to tho cuett
dessert and ono not difficult to pre- (heartily approve of Miss feet and hor tiler mucrdoliie salad was pronounced
lm re and Ice cream dressed up In this 1 methods. Club women who lire by some of the satail experts In her
way will doubtless bo a part of many deeply Interested In household eco-'nudleneo to b.i ono of the finest
feasts In Medford homes hereafter, nomlcs aro also attending tho school. ! things In this lluo they had ever
The tco cream used was White's and feel that It Is ono of tho best eaten and this recipe went Into tho
1 things that has come to Medford for! nolo books "which nro being filled
illlod in langi time. v " iwith good ridvlco and excellent re-1 lure, alternating with the nitlk;
Almost everybody like
fried food, and fried food
is fried with
mi papers . , ortnrtl
When pastilo aro cold put In onrb ,"fa ",v Jfvv . i.w.
one n spoonful of tho Jam or Jell) , it, beCHUSO tP.OrO IS 110
Kill with whipped cream and tlero- J waste. You bimply StlJlin tllO
rate with Mierrles and angelica. Suf- CottolcnO und USD It OVcT mill
flclent for 30 tarts. over WJtito.
Silver Nut Cake
One cupful sugar. 4 cupful trhtro, . Wiion fried In Cottoleno, tho focnl
I whites of eggs. H tenspoonful va- tnk... r . n Ilfiht, dellcnto brown, tud
ullta extract, 2 cupfuls flour, k tea- absorbs very little of tho fnt. Jt
spoonful salt. 3 teaspoonftils baking I dninty nnd
powder, I cupful chopped -picnns or hpiwwiiik, whi
Kngllsh walnut meats. t& eupful won t ovortux
lllllk. u, "'Kvnuoiu
.. . iK ......... em .... I .
1 renin rrim nun hurio- .im iiij Sctltl for Oltr'i
lugri'dlenia and add to crlson mix Krco Koclticv
lug, ami that she did this baking
without melting the Ico cream, many
women thought there was some
"catch" In this proposition. They
found but last night however that
Miss I'eet docs whatever alio claims
she can do. Sho actually put the
(housewife and cook and many young her practical helpful talk this after-1
women aro taking advantage of this noon nn'd showed 'how 11' little . t
Much regret I being fi-lt that !
hero aro hut two moro sessions of '
the Mall Tribune Home Kconomlcs '
School. It Is a matter of much ills
nuts nnd vanilla extract,
whites to stiff froth and
last. Turn Into crUconl
and floured rake tin and
fold In at
opportunity to learn tho best and knowledge along this lino Is very
most up-to-date housekeeping moth- valuable to thu woman who desires
ods, and some who make no tec rot to furnish her table economically
ot tho fact that they are going to be-; nnd at the same time provide nour-
gln housekeeping operations forlshlng foods for her family. She, who bavo hiilped to make It uueh njiiiie small toko.
appointment to the management of hko Hi moilernU oi.ti 3
the school ns well as to the women "lnuto Sufficient for
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Miail Tribune Home Economic School
Used by Miss Peet this week are from our market
"We also sell Crisco and Drifted Snow Flour, used during the
Economic School. ....
"We- have everything the housewife needs in Greceries:
Warner, Wortman & Gore.
I'luj ice Creamed Baked bv -Miss J Vet is
Because domestic scientists demand the best and
VELVET is ALWAYS tho BEST
The Ladies' Toilet
Is more essential today tluin any part id' lu-r costume and
should be properly cared fur by an expert. I have made a
life study of my business and gtiarantetpeiiect satisfaction.
Mme. Dowd Jeffres
At New York Par lo linear Postoffiee.
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Gas oven temperatures can be regulated at any point between
300 and IW0 degrees, You can do this with no other fuel, We
nmko it easy for yon to have a (las Knnge or Water Heater.
Oregon Gas & Electric Company
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T.burfJgyX Musical Program
I j t) ,, Furnished by Palmer's Piano Place
Harbor df TiO'vc:....'. Fryor's Hand
'JTawa'iia'n Native Song Quintet
'(Ju'eeii ot the Movies One Sfep
bl(l13lAckToe'; '. Quartet
Boniain'e Waltz Vessela's Hand
SVhHtirStSfig'f. Peerless Quartet
Destiny Waltz Victor Hand
in a dingy kitchen is bail. In fact, living in a limine with
dingy walls aiivwhere is bad.
Lei us demonstrate how well and cheaply we can remedy Ibis
Waters' Paint and Wall Paper Store
We (liveS. & II. (Jreen Trading Stamps
UPRIGHT PIANOS AT
Demonstrated each day at Coojcing Scl.iool, St. Mark's J lull.
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ASK MISS PEET
QfHAT SHE.THI'NKIJ 6F
-wim, . . w r 1 1
Hjdecs, Olive Oil, C'rcaiu of Tartar and Hlcarhoiiale of Soda,
Our Sqiillib Line iBcoiiiplcle, .
"r 1 n Tji
r aimer riano riace
Oarneti(Jor!,v JJldg., 21. S. drape
You Are a Good Cook
AND DESERVE RECREATION AND PLEASURE
He as economical in your recreation as you are
in your cooking and
BUY A FORD CAR
C. E. GATES
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