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Detroit Times (Newspaper) - March 1, 1912, Detroit, MichiganOld Plantation recipes. Rappoli Jelly Stew apples a for 4rr�fn go a a Italy Hiss r � but s of juice1 add 1 cup of ukr hint set aril teat from the Lime it Star Felling by dropping slowly from . As soon a there is evidence Iff jelling remove from Are and . Cover with a rating e German Noodle al to 1 egg Udd to Tablespoon of water and 4 Teaspoon of . Add As much sifted hour ase will Obe orb. Koll out very dry l hour. Cut in Long strips and ? Odd to boiling soup. Cook from 5 t � Rio minutes Sprinkle with Salt Pepper r and a Lettla grated Nutmeg. If . 6.boast Turkey Foid Back wings bes Turkey skewer legs close to body t grossing drumsticks in front of tall tuck neck into Breut of Nink jew n roaster with a Little hot water nod Cook covered. Baste with thin. Gravy Avery 10 or 15 minutes till done. A cuff after cooking about an hour with stale bread crumbs highly seasoned with Salt and Pepper to which Hare been added several spoons of melted butter a diced Apple Parsley 2 chop i my onions a cup of diced celery 1 Eug Sand the minced giblets if not desire Gravy. I corned beef hash Taka equal parts of corned beef Cut Fine and o pm Alv boiled potatoes Cut into cubes a mix in 1 Small onion chopped Fine and turn All into buttered Skillet. Tress is into the Center a Clove of garlic wrap in a piece of Salt pork. Add just a Little boiling water to moisten and set Over a moderate fire. W Hen heated through remove garlic and Placa in Woten to Brown. Fry Bermuda onions to a Crisp and Serva As a Garnish ii ush potato doughnuts to 2 cups of mashed Irish potatoes which have cooled add 3 Tablespoons of but ter. 2 cups sugar. 1 cup Sweet milk. 3 Torii to Mem Rraci. V to Pawpaw of Salt i & Teaspoons baking powder sifted 111 l pint of flour or enough to Roll. Mix into soft dough and Roll thin. When done Roll in powdered sugar. Izue Wash 1 cup of Rice thoroughly. Bring to the boiling Point 3 cups of water. Add a scant Teaspoon of Salt and when the water is boiling briskly add the Rice gradually. To not stir while boiling. In about 15 minutes the Rice will have absorbed the water be coining Sott and puffed about three times the original else. Serve hot with soup or gravies. Fruit and Pimento salad a Arute into sections 4 oranges. Skin rhe sections to eliminate the indigestible inner skin and Cut into Pleceda add the contents of a Large can of pineapple j and the Content of a can of Pimento Sprinkle with English Walnut meat and serve with a nearing spoonful of Mayonnaise dressing on the inner leaves of Crisp head lettuce. Russian rocks two pounds Wal nuts 1 Pound raisins. 14 pounds sugar 1 cup butter cups flour after sifting 3 eggs beaten separately. 2 Teaspoons cinnamon 1 Teaspoon cloves Pinch Salt and Pinch of soda make in i Small patties with bands use More flour if necessary. Starts her boys off to school then presides Over Federal court mrs. Mabel Van Dye Bell of Cov of Angton tcy., recently appointed a United states commissioner is one of 6 the few women in the United state with judicial Powers. She presided Over her first Case with much dignity in a Robe of of flee consisting of a Whito shirtwaist and a Brown tailored skirt. Site i i and Petite. Mrs. Bell had been a Deputy in the Arne of Unitt 1 Stalatt. Court clerk \ John Menzies. When the District was extended mantles was no longer Able to perform the dual duties of clerk e and commissioner. It then developed " upon United states judge Cochran to name anew commissioner. The sex g parlance that mrs. Bell had gained As a Deputy clerk made her eligible for the position. As commissioner she Bolds prelim Inary hearings in All cases develop ing in her jurisdiction either disuau8 ing the prisoner. If there is Onsum t client evidence or holding them to the next term of the court. Violators of the postal and internal Revenue Laws Moonshiner counter i Fetters and even an occasional banker whose particular kind of frenzied finance May displease Uncle Sam. Are brought before her. Mrs. Bell has two boys. Davis and wac Vag Sotl Nisi dear miss Orey 1 How canal clean a a abyss White silk embroidered Hood 2 give reliable White layer Caks re wife. A 1 fill a Large bowl with flour Roll the Hood about in the flour then leave for several Days. Wash Between the Cream 4 cup Buttar add 1 cup granulated sugar sifted Cream again add 4 cup milk and 1 cup flour. 4 cup cornstarch and 2teaspoons baking powder sifted to off Thor. Lait add the it Fly beaten Whites of two eggs. Bake 15 minutes in thin layers. Dear miss Orey How can i Best clean a White Wool sweater anxious. A buy the Best Wool soap on the Market and follow instructions explicitly. Do not use a Board and Wash by Squeve Xung Between the Palms of the hands. Do not wring but rinse in several Waters and hang in � Windy Euce in a Pillow Case to dry. W Idle iti drying shake up several time pried in this manner it will not stretch out of shape dear miss Grey give recipes for whole wheat gems and subscriber. . Gift a Teaspoon Salt and two Teaspoons Buk Nic powder with one quart whole wheat flour. Add .1 cup milk. 3 Wail beaten egg and on table spoon shortening. Beat Well for 5 minutes then pour into greased Gem sans and bake in hot oven. Pancakes. It a Teaspoon Salt and one of baking powder with one quart whole wheat flour stir into this one Tablespoon melted butter a Tablespoon sugar. 2 Wall beaten eggs and two cups milk. Beat Well and bake on greased griddle. Dear miss Grey How High from the floor should a plate rail be placed in a dining room a Reader. Five feet is the proper distance am ? a Revva was a jux y i if by judge Mabel Bell. James. Before going to the Federal building to preside Over her court mrs. Bell puts on their clean bibs and tuckers and starts them off to school. Although this May be varied a few inches either Way to conform to the height of the Selling. Dear mis Grey my Marabou Scarf soils my neck but is not Worth Send ing to the cleaner s. How can i clean it at Home Portia. A it is probably due to the Dye and very Little can be done. Try sprinkling it full of fullers Earth an putting it away for several Days in a tight pasteboard Box. Then shake Well. If it still stains better use it for a hat trimming. Feminine Frivol. Shot taffeta trimming is a feature of new Spring hats. Just at present Paris is enthusiastic Over the new rhinestone trimmings. New handbags show the continued use of fabrics in preference to leather. White velvet perishable and pretty i growing in favor for millinery but. Like All things White must be spotless or it is inexcusable. Chiffon veils Are not worn at Allex cent Lor motoring and when lace veils an worn they Are snugly pinned in so that there Are no floating Enda. The new changeable taffeta come in double Width and. Are most advantage Ous for cutting. Many exquisite combinations Are to be had for separate waists a Lovely combination being Gold and the new Hydrangea Blue. Chased Gold bands Are among the most fashionable adornments for the hair. Three narrow bands Are used for the classic coiffure now in Vogue or a much wider single band. Grapes and leaves form one of the most effect Ive designs for these Gold bands. New York Twenty eight varieties of american wine were nerved at a Din Ner Given by members of the american wine growers association. Eighn. poker game in the High school in which four students was raided by the author ties. Mcbride saw vision of cell when Weinig was knocked out j i of �x3 13e 26c 1 3c 2 4x4 13c i 25c 3c 30 3,x34. 15c 30c 4cuse 34x4 15c 30c 4c i 3 xs4 40c j 5c j my 4 n5 20c 40c of i x 7 30c 60c i 9c of postal cards in 5c 50c a. Godfrey co. 71 fort at. West. Of Poulte Post office. Rom Kiki u. Photography. Established 1860. To keep goods moving Dirito the lenten season we have made special reductions into Jarl re of Dia mond and a at Gold american watches. Oar assortment of both of Ohleh i both in Etc Vad varied. Mpr Laling most Beautiful arms ant Relia ble time piece. Traub Bros. 110 Woodward ate. Cor. Congress is tomorrow an Opportunity unusual corsets 89c in the famous Mill end Sale a so far the Mill end Corset Sale has been the greatest Success in the history of All Detroit Corset Selling. Each Day we have offered various Lota of High Grade corsets at really amazingly Low Price. And As a fitting Climax to such a successful week we will offer tomorrow a delayed shipment of just i too pairs of usual $1.50 Long hip models at 89c these Are of Fine Quality Batiste and Coutil in the newest Long hip medium bust models excellent trimming of lace and string and Hose supporters front and aide the Corset you usually pay for tomorrow one Day Stu is 4 wet Crowley Milner & cos. 111i ii a \ a a if Imp the Detroit times Friday March 1, 1912, on our second floor second floor to restrict Sale of Art treasures Paris March by the recent raids on French Art treasures by j. Pierpont Morgan and other Pur chasers government officials today decided to introduce a Trutt to the chamber of deputies preventing works of the great masters from being taken out of the country. The pro posed Laa Alii he similar la that passed in Italy. The necessity for such legislation was brought Home by the presence Here of Michael Nathan the Ameri can government inspector who is sealing Morgan s Mali Lon Dollar enamel collection preparatory to its re Moval to new York. Take in time the proper help to rid your system of the poisonous bile which causes headaches flatulence and discomfort. Fit common consent the Beecham is pills saut Rywk a la him lie pfc Ltd la a Elk i Ulaila. No Fum and no thu therm the Plain neat kind that look Leht. Thai a i rat Flag Ca 1� John . Main 149s or City ii \ 1 i a l i Wiy Tki of ? a Turda a special Sale of girls White dresses at in styles designed for Confirma Tion Wear. Just received a Large shipment of girls new Spring White dresses made especially for confirmation and dress Wear. They come in Beautiful sheer materials Marqui settes. Nets lawns and Batiste with trimmings of vat and Cluny laces eyelet embroidery and pretty Yoke medal Lions pleated or tucked skirts Satin ribbon girdles and pretty rosettes three Quarter set in sleeves and Low necks. All Are copies of improved models. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Remarkable values at $4 95. Fourth floor. Siege la on our second floor bulletin for saturday House dresses for Small women and misses 37 n Pink Blue Lavender striped Gingham with White a m pique Sailor Collar and cuffs. Silk tie. Other models just As pretty in Plain Blue Pink and Tan with plaid trimming to match of Good Quality chambray and Percale. Saturday splendid special value lingerie we lists introducing two most attractive models. New designs poplin effects daintily and prettily trimmed in embroidery filet and Yal. Lace. Special for saturday great values at second floor $1.50 and $2.50 closing out at Cost and less All Winter Coats suits skirts & furs / Money saving opportunities possible Only at this season. 7feoccmlr�ndi�ottcompany a Page six

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