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UNCLE SAM'S NEW CHRISTMAS.
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: The Christmas Dinner. :
An entirely satisfactory iiml . harm
Ing Christmas dinner may lie Riven ai
an average of ;i t--iit a lt-. or a
a total expenditure of $: .M fur twclv.
peisons a dinner that really ought tc
gladden the heart (if any one even on
the Jolliest day of the year, and with a
ttreat a variety as one poor small hu
man stomach ever sought to confront.
fhnall sprls of holly, or. iierhaps.
evergTeens and berries Kathered in
some near-by wood. artistically ar
ranged, are sufficient to Impart a genu
ine Christmas glow to the occasion.
At the prices that usually obtain at
holiday time the following menu may
be served for twelve persons at 2:s0
Cream of rice soup.
Rost turkey, with friblet sauce.
Iloaated potatoes. Turnips baked in
Plum pudding, with lemon sauce.
A nice fourteen-pound turkey may
be bad for 12 cents a pound, which
takfcw $1.6K of the original amount.
Heast turkey is really Improved by be
ing stuffed and boiled for two hours
the day before roasting, and this will
furnish a nice stock for the sup, be
sides leaving ample for the giblt't
nance. Binge, draw, and wash the tur
ker and stuff with a dressing made as
follows: Take a quart of grated bread
crumbs, brown in butter in a stewpan,
ad4 half a rhopped onion, a level
tableapoonful of salt, half a teaspoonful
of pepper, and seasan with a teaspoon.
fiai mini mup ativnrv fir ai?e OR Tre-
f ferrl; stuff the body and t-vrop of the
tuaitejr, but not too solidly, with this
mis lure, sew up and truss.
HVUIT 8THPS IN THE DINNER.
Up a large piece of cheese 'cloth Into
coW water, wring- thoroughly and
drle quickly with flour; pin the tur
key firmly Into this cloth, and at any
cdanjeaient time the day before Christ
mas plunge Into boiling water and boil
for two hours; then set the kettle off
the store and allow the turkey to re
mote la the broth over night; the next
massing emove the turkey and skim
the grease from the broth; reserve this
grease for further use.
Cream of Ittce Houp Take three
quarts of turkey stock, heat It and add
to M half a pound of salt pork (S cents
a pawnd) cut up Into small cubes; taka
a tableapoonful of the turkey grease,
freak It In a stewpan and stir Into It
sltMrir until It Is perfectly smooth a
taMespoonful of flour; stir this Into the
o for a slight thickening; add the
otfaar half of the onion remaining from
the turkey dressing, grated fine, a ta
bfuvoonful of salt and half a teaspoon
ful ef pepper.
"Pake a quarter of a pound of rice (3
ceata) and soak In cold water ovei
nlgkt- Simultaneously with heating th(i
bra, put the rice In a double boiler,
cover with boiling water and let boU
for (nfleen minutes; it will then be per
fectly pearled. Put this into the hoi
prepared broth and serve at once.
Roast Turkey An hour and a hall
before the dinner hour on Chrlstmai
day remove the turkey from the cloth
rub It over with a little of the turkej
greaae, sprinkle plentifully with sail
and pepper; put Into a baking pan with
a eapTul of boiling water and roast for
an fcour or an hour and a half unti:
doae. Baste every ten minutes.
'lea cents worth of cranberries with
3 coots worth of sugar makes the most
perfect accompaniment the world ef
fort for turkey, served either as a
sauoe or Jelly.
Koosted Potatoes Pare and cover
wlU boiling water; after fifteen min
utes take them out and drain them.
Now put them into the dripping pan
wtti the turkey, and conk for twenty
five lnutes. Baste frequenly with thq
turkey gravy. Serve as a garnish)
around the turkey. For an addltlona!
vegetable, turnips baked In milk are
delicious, and 6 cents will cover both
the coat of the turnips and the milk
In which they are cooked.
PREPARING TUB DBSSHRT.
We have now spent J2.17 of our orig
in;) capital-!. 6s for the turkey, 4
cents for pork, 3 cents for rloe, 13 cents
for oranberrles and sugar, 5 cents for
potatoes, 6 cents for turnips and 18
cents for the fried bananas, leaving 33
cents for dessert. Of this 8 cents will
provide for a nice cup of dinner coffee.
Uoud South Ajncrlcan coffee may be
had for 25 cents a pound, and a third:
of a pound Is quite sufTlclent. This will
lave us 26 cents for pudding and
saaee. The following pudding, altho'
not so rich as the regulation kind, is
extremely delicate and good.
Kor this dessert the following Ingre
dients are necessary; Two ounces of
butter (4 cents), one-half pound of su
gar (2 cents), two ounces of chopped
suet (1 cent), three eggs (5 cents),
thrwvquarters of a pound of flour and
one-quarter of a po"n(l of meal (3
cenla), one-half pint of buttermilk (1
cent, one-half pound of seeded raisins
(4 cents), a teaspoonful of soda, one of
KTuacd cinnamon and half a teasioon
ful nf ground cloves and half a tea
spoonful of salt.
Cream the butter and sugar, add the
buttermilk, then stir In flour, the beat
en eggs, suet and seasoning. Put Into
a brown bread pan, place In a steamer
aaa) Steam for three hours. Serve with
the following sauce, the cost of which
tfW remaining I cents will cover.
tke two tablespoonfuls of flour and
stir until perfectly smooth with . a
HMift cold water. Ktlr in slowly a pint
of IhH water, add a little salt, a cupful
of sajrar and the Juice of one lemon.
Ihla menu offers suggestions tc
the who, In addition to their own
fasoay dinner, desire to provide one for
their less fortunate fellow beings.
Whan one considers that so good a din
ner may be given to a dozen people
fir a mall a sum, It would seem that
no fcumlly should go hungry on a
OHWSTMAS ALWAYS TELLS.
Marjirle Did George ask your con
seat to our marriage this afternoon,
t'ofciwlgger Yes. my dear.
Marjorle A nd did you give It?
t'ofcwlgger Not exactly. You see, 1
told Mm I would have to consider It. I
wasa't quite sure as to his financial
Marjorle Didn't he say his Income
Oobwlgger I believe those were the
figures. . 4
Marjorle Isn't that enough to sup
port a wife?
Cobwlggcr Yes; unless she requires
Marjorle Then why didn't you give
your consent ?
Cobwlgger-IJerause I wished to pink
sure that he hadn't mistaken ' the
Marjorle Oh, I know George would
n't tell a He.
f'obwigger You run never be sur" in
a case of this kind. 1 lied myself when
I decided to marry.
Marjorle Mut how are you going to
find out? .
Cobwlgger-Walt till 1 see what kind
of a present he gives you for Christinas.
Boon the bells of Christmas, choming
Peals of Joy from sea to sea,
To the newer cadence timing
Newer thoughts for poets' rhyming,
Will appeal to you and me;
And their notes, together banded,
'Hound the earth will speed to show
How our country has expanded
(By the Fates, some say, commanded)
Since today one year ago.
From the Tuscaloosa river,
In the warm and sunny South,
To Alaska, where men shiver,
To the tropics, where they quiver
With the burning of the drouth;
Where the centipede Is springing
Through the Jungles thick with vine
Where the tiger-bat is winging ,
Will be heard the Joyous ringing
Of the bells of '99.
From the Allegheny passes
To the Rockies on the coast;
From the rainy, soft morasses.
Where the rices grow, and lasses
Are the nation's pride and boast;
From Tacoma to Savannah.
From Detroit to Pontchartraln, ,
From the mountain side and llano
Will be heard our glad hosanna
And our new imperial strain .
In Havana and Matanzas
Will be heard the pleasing sound;
On the plains of bleeding Kansas,
BREAD ON THE WATERS.
Parson Primrose Did your mother
have a merry Christmas?
Bobble You Just bet she did. She
bought (3 worth of presents for her
JTrlenda and gfot over 20 -worth jln
SANTA CLAUS FINDS THEM WELL SUPPLIED.
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BACK TO THE MANGER.
Revised version, Luke
earth Peace among men.
The manger at Bethlehem Is the cra
dle of social reform; Christ, the social
reformer; the law of love, stronger
than the doctrine of night. The brow
pierced by thorns thought out the
ocial reconstruction of the race, by
which the thorns of poverty and ine
quality, that pierce and pain suffering
humanity, may be removed, and equal
ity of rights and opportunity be se
cured to all. And this Kingdom of God
the centuries are slowly setting up on
earth a perfect human society. Not
churchlanlty, but Christianity.
Mary's Magnificat, when the angel
announced her as the mother of Jesus,
Is the prophetic Ideal of His mission:
"He hath scattered the proud. He
hath put down the mighty, and exalted
them of low degree. He hath filled
the hungry with good things." See how
this comes to pass.
His mother was a Jewess. He was
nourished In the lap of Judaism. Moses'
legislation contemplated a harmonious
society. The earlier Hebrews In part
realized It, holding real property In
common. By the time of the later
prophets, society had changed, the peo
pie had become tenants under land
lords, and In the dregs of society a
proletariat developed. Then arose men
of deep spiritual force, of commanding
Intellect Isaiah, Hoses, Mlrah-ressen-tlally
reformers, crying: "The peor sre
oppressed. Society Is corrupt. The
rich are oppressors. But a new era
will come. God will send a great
prophet. He shall establish a kingdom
of righteousness and peace." This wa
the, Jewish Ideal of the Messlrh.
Now take a bird's eye view of the
soclnl conditions at the birth of Jesus.
At Rome, In Cicero's time, 75 B. C, 12
per rent of the entire population were
supported as paupers. Caesar, 60 H.
C, found three-fourths of the people
on public poor lists. Under Augustus
when Jesus was bom, 200,000 persons
In Rome alone were receiving out-door
Where the fertile brain of man's as
Cultivated as the ground.
Will be heard the mighty paean.
As It ululates along;
And the swarthy Tennesseean
Will assist in what will be an
From the town of Cincinnati,
To the peaceful isle of Guam,
Where the natives, rank and ratty
Die of degeneration fatty
In the dead Pacific calm.
From the plains around Seattle,
From the hills of Santa Fe,
Where the dashing chargers rattle
Jn the mad pursuit of cattle,
Will be heard our glad hooray.
From the Del e loa Jardinlllos,
Santa Clara, El Caney,
Where the yellow Jack bacillus
Comes to frighten and to kill us
In his own peculiar way.
And from other towns that queer us,
Names of which the atlas tells
Guanahaeibibes, near us,
Will be heard the chiming bells.
Over hill and vale and hollow,
From Missouri to Luzon,
Over Birmingham, Kufala,
Omaha and Walla Walla,
Will the tuneful chime ring on;
And from tropic Honolulu,
OF TWO EVILS.
Crawford Your wife no longer ob
jects to your staying out at night.
How did you win her over?
Crabshaw I began Bmoklng the ci
gars that she gave me for Christmas
in the house.
relief from the government. Similar
conditions existed throughout t he
empire; the rich were very rich, the
poor very poor. In Judea, His birth
place, Roman tax-collectors demanded
everything. His father and mCither
were at Bethlehem, "to be taxed,"
when He was born. So poor were
they, there was "no room for them In
the Inn." The cave-stable their shelter,
the manger His cradle. Such were the
social conditions; a curse had fallen
on labor. The poor were the outcasts
of society. So the great Social Re
former was born.
'TIs a clear night. Angels come, not
to the Emperor at Rome, not to Herod
in his palace at Jerusalem, not to the
rich and mighty In their pride of place
and power, but to the lowest of the low,
to shepherd-slaves watching their mas
ter's flocks. And this Is the "glad tid
ings" they bring: "On earth peace
among men." Here, then, Is the key
note of Christ's mission; not peace In a
world to come, but peace on this earth;
not good will to angels, but to men.
Thrilled by the message, exactly fitted
to their need, the shepherds seek the
great Social Deliverer and find Him.
not In the palace, or army, or uni
versity, but a little babe, poorer than
the child of their own hut; Joseph, his
reputed father, a working man; Mary,
his mother, a woman of "low estate;"
they, slaves, His first worshipers.
Trace His development. A workman
In a carpenter's shop! See Him In
workman's dress, as He speaks In pub
lic for the first time In the synagogue
of Ills native village. Hear His mcs
snge. He opens the bonk of the ancient
reformer and reads: "The Spirit of the
Loid Is upon me, because He hnth an
ointed me to preach glad tidings to the
poor; He hath sent me to heal the broken-hearted,
to preach deliverance to
the captives, to cet at liberty them
that sre bruised." The rest of His ser
mon Is not reported. But we know
what It must have been In substance
from His later discourses. It Is the
Over calm Pacific seaa,
Will be borne to peaceful Sulu
News of our expanding rule a
Message from the Western breeze.
From the towns of Guayanllla,
O'er the warm Bahaman strait,
Will be carried to Manila,
Through the shining Golden Gate,
Freedom's message In the pealing
Of the merry Christmas bells
New delights to men revealing.
Visions fair, new Joys concealing,
In their glad, triumphant swells.
From the frozen Arctic circle
To Samoa make a note
Freedom's blessings, if they work. Ml
Cheer the world, and sauce an' turkil
Fit these fighting fiends to vote.
Then, with milk and honey flowin'
Free as water all the while.
Spite of Malay and Samoan,
We will keep this country goin'
In the very best of style.
Then! Ah, then, so unrelenting
And so full of pride we'll be,
So successful, unrepenting,
That no more experimenting
Will be needed, don't you see?
And with clouds at night to screen us
From the other planets' view,
We'll divide the earth between us,
Gobble Merc, and Mars and Venus
And annex a star or two!
A SOFT SNAP.
Miss Kissem I never think of taking
down the mistletoe right after Christ
mas. I find it is months before it
Jack Rushltt Say er have you any
objection to my calling on you regularly?
A CHRISTMAS SERMON.
gospel of the Kingdom o God on earth,
the message of hope to all the poor,
the enslaved, the unprivileged. Thus
He accepted and declared the Ideals
of the ancient reformers to be His
Nay, more, He chose as His speciaj
helpers, twelve poor men, who woulii
be In full sympathy with His Ideas. In
the Sermon on the Mount He outlinei
the new social order, its great princi
ple being the Golden Rule, "Do untc.
others as ye would that others should
do unto you." His attitude to the civ
ilization of His age was pronounced.
He treated existing economic condi
tions with fiercest Indignation; social
oppressions called forth His keenest
sympathy. Compassion Is the key
word to His ministry.
What followed? Crucifixion by the
rich and powerful. But no cross or
legion could destroy the great social
Ideas He had lodged In the heart of
humanity, idea Is Indestructible. First
came Pentecost, a religious community
In which "all that believed had all
things In common." Next, out of cata
combs and secret hiding places emerg
ed brotherhoods of oppressed laborers,
welcoming the1 good news taught by
His followers, that all men were broth
ers, children of One Father, who should
share equally In a new society, called
the "Kingdom of God." Here Is the se
cret of the marvelous growth of the
new faith In the first two centuries.
This, then Is the great practical les
son of Christmas. We have forgotten
the origin of our own Christianity and
Its secret of power. Its appeal Is to
the yearnings of the poor and op
pressed. It Interpreted and applied
now, hs In the age of Its founder, Its
morals, philosophy and spirituality are
sufficient to create perfect society, to
deliver humanity from the evils thst
oppress It, and to assure the happiness
of all men. Hack to the manger! Back
to the Babe of Bethlehem! Rev. W. W.
Boyd In Post-Dispatch.
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