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O, D. HALE, Publisher
HBP CLOUD NEBRASKA
TO ftID AMERICANS
GOVERNMENT CUTTER ORDERED
TO COAST OF TURKEY.
Votes for Women" Enthusiasts Have
Mammoth Demonstration on
Streets of New
Washington. Moved to apcedy ac
tion by tho Impending crlHla In tho
Balkan war, the United Statos gov
ernment haa Intercepted tho Ameri
can revenue cutter Unnlga at Port
Said, on her maiden voyngo arouutl
tho world, and ordorcd her to push
to tho coat of Asiatic Turkey to pro
tect Amorlcan life and proporty In
tho event of n Moslem uprising
against foreigners. Tho Unnlga, tho'
nowest and latest typo of rcvonuo cut
ler, will patrol tho coast of Asia Minor
pending tho nrrlval of tho crulscrB,
Montana and Tennessee.
Suffragettes on Parade.
Now York. Fifteen thousand choor
ing and singing women and men cele
brated with a brilliant parado lri this
city Saturday night tho recent addi
tion of four states to tho woman suf
frage flag. Through broad Fifth avo
nuo a lighted canyon of hotels, res
turants and clubs streams of flaring
vormilllon lights' flowed for miles, its
courso guided by nrdent "votes for
women"' enthusiasts from all sections
of the country. Each of tho ten suf
'frago states was represented by wo
men leaders in tho equal suffrage
ACCEPT BELIEFS OF BUDDHA.
Fifteen Triousand Converts to the
Doctrine In America.
Baltimore, Md. "There aro 15,000
Americans today wh6 worship tho sun
and there Is equally as largo a num
ber who aro accoptlng tho beliefs of
Buddha and other orlentnl deities."
This statement was made by Rev.
Paul S. Lclnach of Easton. Pa., In an
address at the Reformed church gath
ering nt tho missionary exposition!
here. Ho declared that the work of
the missionary was first at home in
the slums of great cities and after
wards in foreign lands.
Tho spread of Christianity abroad,
especially In thp east, among the
heathen and Mohammedans was com
mended, but Dr. Lelnbach said , tho
evangelist was now being called upon
to stem the tldo of paganism cropping
up among tho American people.
Paris Sees Serious Side.
Paris. The European situation is
considered in official circles hero to
bo serious. Tho cabinet met at tho
'palace of tho- Flysoi, with Presldont
Falleries. Premier Polncaro read to
his colleagos tho latest dispatches re
ceived from tho French ambashadors
at SL Petersburg, Vienna and other
capitals, which led to a discussion
.lasting several hours. Nothing was
made public, and much obscurity con
tinues as to the preclso Intentions of
lie various great powers.
Overcome by Gas.
Ellensburg, Wash. Fifteen men aro
helpless in tho Northern Pacific's stara-,
ipede tuanel through tho crest of the'
Cascade mountain range, where they
Were overcome by gas from a passing
itrala. Relief tains with nine rescue
(apparatus and physicians have been,
eat from Clee Elum and Auburn.
Getting 1,000 Letters a Day.
Princeton, N. J. The postman that
has the Wilson homo on his routo has
i had to get help. On ono trip alono he
carried 1,000 letters. This is tho daily
On Visit to Panama.
Now York. Six members of tho
houso commlttco on appropriations,,'
.headed by Chairman Fitzgerald, have
ailed for Panama on their annual trip
Co tho canal zone.
New Wireless Great Success.
Washington. A direct wireless con-,
section between Colon and tho now
Arlington wireless station, a distance
or 1,780 miles, haB been established,
Colon replied to a message by radio;
"Get you fine."
Would Blow Up Mosque.
Budapest. That tho Turks aro pro
pared to blow up tho mosque nt St.
Sophia before permitting Czar Ferd
inand of Bulgaria to attend mass
there, as ho haB threatened to do, la
Bandits Hold Up Pool Room'.
Rolletto, N, D. Covering their vic
tims with revolvers, two masked men
held up seven men In a pool room
hero, securing $2,200. Ono man was
forced to glvo up 1,C00. Coming into
the room through opposite doors, the
robbers ordered their victims to
throw up their hands and Btand in a
row. Ono of the, outlaws kept them
covered with two big revolvers while
tho other passed among them, taking
,the!r valuables. In parting, the rob
born fired at the oil lamps, putting
the placo la darkness and escaped.
OFFICIAL COUNT NECESSARY
CONGRESS IS DEMOCRATIC
Wilson Will Have Both Branches of
Congress to Assist in Framing
Laws to Carry Out
Democrats Have Majority.
Washington. Tho posltivo an
nouncement of the success of Harry
Lnno, tho democratic candidate for the
Bcnato In Oregon, assures democratic
control of tho upper houso of congress
and places both branches of tho nation
al legislature nnd tho presidency in
their hands for tho first tlmo in
Governor of New Jersey, Who Will
Receive the Largest Electoral Vote
Ever Cast for President
eighteen years. Tho addition of Oregon
to tho democratic list gives that party
forty-nlno senators, or a majority of
two. In addition to tho election of suc
cessors to democratic senators now sit
ting, democrats will displace ropubll
an senators from Oregon, New Jersey,
Kansas, Colorado, Montana, Delnwaro
and Novada, and will fill tho vacancy
In Colorado with a man of their choos
ing. THE POPULAR VOTE.
Washington. Figures compiled from
official and unofficial "returns give the
popular vote 'far various Btntes a8 fol
lows: State Y.MIson noose.
Alabama ........ '.10,000 20,000
Arizona 15,000 10,000
Arkansas 70,000 1:8,000
California ........280,618 2S1.3GI1
Colorado '.100,000 iki.OOO
Delaware 22.85'J 8,270
UvorKU H2,S04 .21.147
'! pllo 29,709 14.82
Illinois 403,417 3S9.GG1
Indiana 231, S77 160,903
Iowa 231,833 216,831
Kjuihuh lCri.000 141,000
Kentucky 2H.S50 102.0J5
Louisiana 60,000 1,000
Jlulno 00,466 48,240
Maryland 112.122 07,679
Massachusetts ....170,193 140,234
Michigan 190,000 .100
Minnesota 140,000 160,000
MlH.Mlailppl 60,000 600
Missouri 301,938 140,288
Montana 44.000 22,000
Nebraska 109,000 74,000
Nevada 7,900 14,024
Now Hampshire... 34,743 17,282
Now Jorsi-y 174.691 130,000
New Mexico 13,000 6,000
Now York 600,721 387,456
North Carolina.... 140,000 60,000
North Dakota .... 30.000 27,000
Ohio 401,21 210,837
Oklahoma 120,000 loo.ooo
Orciron , 50,000 40,000
1'ennsylvnnla 384,209 428,670
miiMio isiana 30,299 10,488
South Carolina ... 60,000 30,000
Bouth Dakota .... 50,000 60,000
Tenncssoo 133,000 39.000
Toxns 204,000 38,000
Utah 35,000 13,000
Vermont 10,397 22,323
Virginia. 78,000 18,000
West Virginia ....109,000 77,000
Washington 90.000 124.000
Wisconsin 146,131 62.058
Wyoming 16,000 15,600
WIlBon's plurality over Roosevelt, 2.083,-
Hoosovelt's plurality over Taft, 964,911.
Socialist Vote Over Million.
Chicago. More than 1,200,000 votes
wero cast for socialist candidates
throughout tho United States, accord-
ing to tho unofficial returns. This total
includes votes cast for candidates for
ouior otnees who run ahead of tho
national ticket about 200,000, giving
Debs slightly less than 1,000,000.
Tho claim is'mado from theso re
turns that tho following officeholders
havo been elcted to legislative nnd
oxecutlvo ofllceB: four stato senators,
two In Nevada, ono In Kansns and ono
in California; twentysoven stato rep
resentatives, four to Blx in Illinois, two
in tvansas, rour In Nevada, two in
Pennsylvania, ono In North Dakota,
two in California, ono In Colorndo, ono
In Now York and nlno in Wisconsin,
carried six counties, electing full tick
ets in two counties In Knnsas, two in
Montana, ono in Pennsylvania and ono
Expect Special Session.
Washington. Democrats hero con
sider It vory likely that Mr. Wilson
will call a special session of the new
congress Boon nfter his inauguration
8B president in March.
Madero Praises New President.
Moxlco City. The Mexican govern
ment Is well pleased with tho election
of Woodrow Wilson. President Ma
dero nnd ot,hor officials declare thoy
believed the policies of tho president
elect would be to tho best interests of
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Following Is Electoral Vote Revised
According to Latest Returns.
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
Arkansas .... 0
Connecticut .. 7
Delaware .... 3
Illinois i 29
Kentucky .... 13
Louisiana .... 10
Maryland .... 8
MlRBlsslppl ... 10
Nebraska .... 8
N. Hampshire. 4
Now Jersey . . 14
Now Mexico.. 3
New York. ... 45
North Carolina 12
North Dakota. 5
Oklahoma .... 10
It node Island.. 0
So. Carbllna.. 9
Tenncssco ... 12
West Virginia. 8
Wisconsin ... 13
Wyoming .... 3
Minnesota . . .
California .... 13
Their Party Affiliations and Estimat
10. K. Amnions, democrat........ 20,00(
Shut-on 13. Baldwin, democrat.... 7,001
Charles It. Miller, republican.... 1,605
Park Trammell, democrat 30,001
.lohn M. Haines, icptihlican 781
Kdwnrd K. Dunne, democrat.... 110,601
H.tmuel II. nnlHton, democrat....
Oeorgu J. Clarke, republican....
(loorgti it. Ilodgrcs, democrat....
Kujono N. Foss, democrat 4S.650
Woodhrldgo N. Ferris, democrat. 10,435
A. O. Kbcrhart, republican 10,001
Kllot W. Major, democrat 115,009
Bam V. Stewart, democrat 12,001
J. H. Morchcad. democrat 10,000
m i'rnnit Worcester, rcpuuiicnii
WlllUm Sulzer, democrat 100,000
I.ockn Craig, democrat 50,000
L. li. llanuu, republican 2,000
James M. Cox, democrat 90,000
Theodora V. Greene, democrat.. 2,000
Colo I,. Iileasc. democrat 50,000
Frank M. llyrnc, republican 2,000
lien W. Hooper, republican 5,000
Oscar C. Colquitt, democrat.... 193,050
Ernest Lister, democrat 4,000
II. ID. Hatllcld, republican 3,000
Francis F. McGovcrn, republican 5,000
Extra 8esslon Talk.
Washington "There is absolutely no
excuse for the democrats falling to call
nu extra session of congress to revise
tho tariff," said Representative Henry
George. George's sentiments wero
strongly reflected In tho statements of
other democratic congressmen now;
here. Nearly all unanimously favor
an extra session.
"Tho business world has a right to
know what tariff legislation we shall
make' continued George, "and If
would be folly to keep It In suspense,
"Tho bills may have been amended
somowhat to meet changed conditions,
but they represent in about tho right
degress the character of revision that
should bo undertaken.
Manahan Goes' to Congress.
Minneapolis. James Manahan, form
erly of Lincoln, a candidate for con
gross on the democratic ticket in the
First Nebraska district in 1898, when
he waB defeated by E. J. Burkett, and
now a resident of St. Paul, was elected
to congress from tho Fourth Minnesota
district as a progressive republican
last Tuesday. Since going to Minne
sota Mr. Manahan haB mado a record
in. his fight nginst tho Pullman and ex-'
press companies. While here he was,'
high in the councils of tho democratic
party, and well known as on active,
aggrosslvo attorney in tho Nebraska
Chicago. Thero appeared little
doubt in western democratic headquar
ters that William J. Bryan would be
tondered practically a choice of any
otllco within the gift of the president,
and many professed to believe that he
positively would bo secretary of state.
Now Y o r k. Colonel Roosevelt
visited his editorial ofllco Friday for
tho first tlmo since he wna shot. Ho
'said he had adpoted a policy of silence
and had no further, comment to mako
on tho election. He wns feeling fine,
ho said, and had almost forgotten
there was a bullet In his chest.
David City. Butlor county, tho home
of Governor Aldrlch, wns carried by
Morchead, Aldrlch losing tho county
by 070 votes.
Congratulate Mr. Bryan.
Lincoln. Mr. Bryan is receiving
scoros of telegrams congratulating
him on his work of tho campaign and
malting reference to tho fight which
ho precipitated' at Baltimore when ho
eliminated boss control of that gather
ing, Many of tho messages camo from
leadors of the democratic party and
several were from republicans who
havo been affiliated with Governor
iWllBon during the campaign just
TOTAL VOTE SHORT
BE 25,000 SHORT OF VOTE
POLLED IN 1908.
SOCIALISTS MAKE BIG GAINS
Amendments All Carry by Substantial
Majorities Senate Will be Re
publican, the House
Lincoln. Tho total voto for republi
can, democratic and progressive candi
dates for presldont this yenr will fall
fully 25,000 short of that for tho re
publican and democratic candidates
four years ago. Tho socialist voto will
bo much larger, but it is not known
how largo It will be. Thus it enn bo
figured that tho total voto of tho stato
this year will not much exceed 250,000,
where four years ago it was 270,000.
STATE AND CONGRESSIONAL.
Returns from largo portion of state
glvo tho following totals:
Wilson (over Taft)
. ii.iini uivit lumsuvcil) 41.191
.-sorris- lead ,
... , . Governor.
Moiehead's lead ,
... .. . . Lieutenant Governor.
McKclvlu's lead ,,.
, Railroad Commissioner.
Clarke's lead (l'.tlo)
Secretary of State,
. . 8.72G
. . 2,643
iWall's lead ! UVJ19
. Land Commissioner.
Kastham sr r.-,i
Ueckmann'fl lead 10J619
, .. State Superintendent.
citric. , , ................
Magulro's majority 1,648
Burt, Dakota, Dixon missing.
Cook ..'. ,
Stephens' majority ,
Fourth District. ' t I
Sloan's majority ,
Hayes county missing.
'Barton's lead 1,045
Banner. Blalns. Cherry. Keith, Loup
nnd Sheridan missing.
'Klukald ., 21,142
Taylor ; 16,590
ICinkald's leud 4,552
Lincoln. Returns from about 45 per
cent of tho vote of the stato indicate
that the amendments will carry by a
safe majority. The initiative and ref
erendum was the least assailed of, any
of the enactments and tho home rule
measure received the greatest number
of negative votes. Each of the proposi
tions must carry by a majority of the
total vote cast at The election. If the
vote totals 250,000, which It will ih all
likelihood ,and the amendments con
tinue to receive the support they have
in the forty counties reported the in
itiative and referendum will poll be
tween 180,000 and 185,000 votes in its
favor, and the balance of the amend
ments from 155,000 to 180,000 votes, or
considerable over the half-way mark
of the total estimated vote.
The Initiative and Referendum.
Total voto (unottlclal) 101,127
For amendment 73,173
Against amendment C.C21
Total vote (unofficial) 101,1
?,... .. ............. .
rur miiuiiuiui'ui. ...
Board of Control.
Total vote (unottlclal)
Total voto (unoincial) 101,127
For amendment , 70,710
Agalnat amendment 10.CS0
Total vote (unofficial) 101,127
For nmendment 65,900
Against umcnlmcnt 13,551)
Asked to Renounce, Third Term.
Washington. Former United State
Senator Henry W. Blair of New Hamp
phlre, haB made publtc a letter written
by himself, ns president of tho anti
third term league to Colonel Tneodore
JtooBcvelt. Tho letter requests Colonel
Roosevelt "solemnly to renounco" his
future candidacy for the presidency
'and to glvo his "powerful support" to
the project to limit by constitutional
amendment tho tenure of the presi
dency to two terms of four years each.
Chicago Richard Jollnek, a win
dow washer, fell from an office build
ing into tho Chicago river. His body
did not como back to the surface un
(til tho police, dragging tho river, re
covered It. This Is the tlrst such ac
cident on the police records here.
Danced at Taylor's Insuauratlon.
Washington, D. C Mrs. Martha A.
Trammel, who 'came to, the capital
slxty.three years ago to dance at tho
Inauguration of her cousin, President
Zachary Taylor, Is dead hero at tho
age of 91 years.
G. H. Falsto.id, Falls City Dem
William Kauffman, llronnvillo ..Dim.
p. C. Ayres.. Humboldt Hep.
Ueorgo W. INjtts. Dubois Dem.
O. A, Corhln, Vesta Hep.
V, A, Helltcr, Syracuse Dcm,
J. J. Gustln, Murdock Dem.
Chas. II. lliisch, Nebraska City. .pern.
J. M. Gates, Fort Crook Dcm.
Nets J. Anderson, Omaha tltcp.
John Ilraln . Hep.
J. A. Davis Hep.
Hobort C. Druesdow Hop.
Ira Flanagan Rep.
II. A. Foster Hep.
.H. G. HolY Hep.
Kihv, Simon Hep.
1M A. Smith : Hep.
Mike Leu ......Hep.
Frank C. Yates Hep.
1. U. H. Uolund Dom.
Claude C. Van Ousrn, Keunard..Dem.
C. w. Orr. Ciaig ,
J. J, McAllister, Dakota City..,
O. L. Wood, l'onra ....
. . Dem.
Heniy Korff, Jtnrtlngton
A. 11. Hanks, Wium.i ,,,,
F. L. Itoldru
H. A. I'Jlwood, O.iUladc
iico. fox. usmonn . . , ,
H. C. HartelH, Wayno.
Con McCarthy. Fender
Adam J 'liner, Stanton
J. W. Fisher. 1"
Charles Hcheuth, Humphrey ....Dcm,
It. C. Hep.in, I'latto Center Dcm.
J. li. Hlndelar, I tow ells Dem.
(leo. W. Lo.tey, Fremont Dem.
M. K. Hhlpluv, Hooper Dem.
C. II. Uustafson, Mead Hep.
W. C. Kineltmd, Valparaiso Dcm,
Fdwlti .Ttury. Lincoln Hep,
C. C. QuiKKle, Lincoln Hep.
H. K. lluikct. Lincoln Hep.
A. W. Hlchardson, Col. View.... Hep.
O. H. lluckncr, Uni. Place Hep.
J. II. Alockett, Jr., Normal Hep.
C. F. Allen. Ueatrlco
F. W. Schaupp. VhRlnl.i .
Henry llclllRer. F.ilrbury
Win. aieuber. HyiMii
.1. W. MeKKslelc. Ueatrlco
M. .1. Murphy, Friend....
lohn D. Ilaslk. Able
O. W. Fuller, Seward ....
J. .N. .Not ton, I'OIK
Clmrle H. Kecklev.
J. S. Fotilson. FAIrniniit
It. ". I'alincr, Clay Center..
James B. Weston. Sutton...
T. M. Scott. Aurora
George Jackson, Nelson ....
A. F. Ilartwcll
H. 1. Hubbard. Juniata ....
J. C. Snyder, llaillnKS
P. C. Kelliiy. Alda
.las. Stephens, Central City
K. C. Knudson. Fuller ton.. .
Horen Fries. Dannebrnit . . . .
H. S. McCarthy. Snauldlmr Dcm
D. H. Cronln. O'Neill Hep.
Chi 1st Aiideion. Urlstow Di'iu
Geo. W. Cliappell
D. :. Mather
O. W. Trumble. Ha7iird ....
Geo. Groenwald. Hroken How
James HnpRctty ,
J. E. Harris. Amherst
M. A. Hoitutlcr, Shelton ...
Chris Anderson. Norman . . .
Andrew Ltlckson, Campbell
D..S. Dunlin, Alma
1'. C. Funke. HoldreKo
Tom L. Jonex, Hendley
W. A. Reynolds, McCook
Jnmea Pearson, Moorclleld .
W. S. Stebblns, Gothenburg
If. P. Stevens, Maxwell ...
W. 'A. Tiivlor. Culbertson . .
. . . . Hep.
C. A. Heady, Hayes Center Hep.
Karl Mallory. Alllaneo Hep.
II. K. Nelsclie. Chndron Dcm.
F. K. Slearns, Seottabluff Uep.
Lewis llrott. Sox trap Dem.
D. M. Senile. sr Ok.iIiiII.i Hep.
Walt Klechel, Johnson Rep.
H. II. UartllnK. Nebraska City.. Hep.
W. E. Placek. Wahoo Dem.
N. I. Dodge. Omaha Hep.
Fred Haariuann Uep.
Jno. M. MacFarland Hep.
Chas. L. Saunders Hep.
Jno. H. Grossmann Dem.
GeorKO F. Wolz, Fremont nep.
H. P. Sliutnwny. Wukotleld Hep.
Phil H. Kohl. Wayno lhrm.
J. M. Taleott, Crofton Dem.
J. H. Kemp, Fullerton Hep.
F. J. Hale. Norfolk Dem.
Cluirlen Krumbach. Shelby ....Dcm.
W. II. Smith. Seward Dem.
H. V. HojKland. Lincoln Rep.
J. T. Marshull. Panama Hep.
Jacob. Klein, Ueatrlco Dem.
John Heasty, Falrbury Uep.
E. J. Splrk, Wllber Hep.
Joshua Cox. Yiuk Dem.
Raymond II. West. Gd .Island.. Dcm.
Will Hrookley. Edgar Dem.
n W. llittmiif.lt. Ilml Cloud Ren.
J. M. Grace. Mascot Dem..
Ietnr Wink. Kearney Dem.
J, A. OUIs. Ord Dcm.
.V. A. llobortson. JoV Dem.
T. -"-"-- . - J- .. .. ..
W. V. HoiiKland
M. K. Hushee.
W. II. Reynolds, Chadron
AkDRICH IS8UE8 STATEMENT.
Says Revenge Prompted His Sacrifice
8cores Lancaster County.
Lincoln. Admitting his defeat, Gov
ernor Aldrlch has issued a statement
in which he attributes the triumph of
his opponent to the action of Taft sup
porters. He reviews his connection
with the progressive party movement,
scores Lancaster county republicans
for instability, pays his respects to
moral and church forces for forgetful
nesB and expresses regret that gov
erning authorities at the state univer
sity have allowed what he calls un
warranted opposition to him when In
fact ho is a friend of the university.
Governor Aldrlch says the action of
Bryan In his support of Morohead was
an amusing incident of the campaign.
He accuses Bryan of turning political
sommersnults. Tho governor believes
the political Interests that bolleve alike
will Boon bo under one banner, nut
whether under the republican or pro
gressive party flags ho does not know.
Ho states that ho will take an active
Interest In politics and that he Intends
to make Lincoln his home nfter his
term of office expires.
Planning to Elude Office Seekers.
Princeton, N. J. Tho horde of ofllce
seekers who aro headed here from
every section of the United States, and
even a fow from tho far off Philip
pines, is not awaited with any great
degree of equanimity by President
elect Woodrow Wilson. In fact, ho is
already arranging to elude them. It
Is officially announced that tho president-elect,
accompanied only by Mrs.
Wilson, will' sail from Now York on
the morning of November 16,
Genova, Nob. Congressman Sloan
has returtiB from every county In his
district showing that his majority will
be more than 4.000. Ho cnrrled every
county except Butler,
Seeking to prevent the nlleged wip
ing out of tho small milling industries
in this section of the country and to
Btave off a centralization of tho mill
Ing Industry at Omaha, Minneapolis,
Kansas City and St. Louis, represen
tatives vot millers of flvo states, Mis
souri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and
Nebraska, met In Lincoln to confer
over the matter. At the bottom of
tho alleged trouble 1b the recent rul
Ing of the interstate 'commerce com
mission relating to mllllng-ln-translt
rates made applicable to interior mill
EXCELLENT FOR FISH COURSE
With Lobster Meat as the Foundation
Hostess May Serve Preparation
That Is Delicious.
For a dainty llttlo fish courso, take
two cups of lobster meat and chop
vory fino, then force it through a
sieve, Add two tablespoons of fine
bread crumbs, four tablospoonfuls of
double cream, ono-lmlt cup of milk and
tho beaten yolks of two eggs, season
with salt, a llttlo paprika, nnd one
tablespoon of lemon Juice, and blend
thoroughly, then fold In tho stiffly
beaten whites of eggs. Fill small
green popper shells, that havo first
been parboiled In snlted water, with
the mixture; placo in a baking pan
nnd partly surround tho top with but
tered pnper, and bnko in a moderate
oven for 20 minutes, says an ex
change. Rub tho lobster coral
through a bIovo ntid sprinkle .over tho
top of each tlmbalo; garnish with
parsloy and sorvo with a rich cream
Take somo cold cooked fish, had
Jock will do, free it from skin and
bono and flake it. PInco a layer of
this In a dish nnd sprinkle it over
with minced gherkins and a few
bruised capers, arrange on thl3 a layer
of sliced German eausago and arenngo
on tho top of tho pile, sardines freed
from skin nnd bono and split In
halves. Cut somo lettuco hearts Into
quarters, plnco round tho dish with
hard boiled eggs, also cut into quar
ters. Then pour over tho following;
sauco: Tako tho flesh of threo bot
dlnes and rub to a smooth pasto with
tho yolk of two hard boiled eggs, a
pinch of cayenne, a grate of nutmeg,
and two tnblespoonfuls each of olive
oil nnd vinegar. Beat tho sauco well
before adding it to tho salnd.
Heat one quart of milk Into which
two large sliced onlpnB have been
placed. Doll this for several minutes
In a double boiler, then tako out tho
onions. Cream ono tablespoonful of
buttor and ono tablespoonful of flour
and add to the above. Cook until -It
thickens. Add ono pint of cold boiled
potatoes cut into slices and one table
spoonful of minced parsley. Season
with salt and pepper, nnd Boon as the
mlxturo thickens and 1b heated
through, turn Into buttered crumbs
and brown In the oven.
Bean Pot Roast.
Take ono pound of beef, a cheap cut
Is Just as good If it Is free from
veins. Cut in pieces about an Inch
'square. Put In all the fat, too. Put
In bean pots, just cover with water
and put In the oven. As water bolls
'away, add a little more. Let cook
four or Ave hours. When about half
done add a little salt When ready
.to servo tako from oven and put It In
the spider. Thlckenwith a little, flour
mixed with water. ' The irravy la" a
Ono cup either lima, yellow-eyed or
pea beans, which havo been soaked
over night. Drain. Simmer all the
.morning In enough water to cover, to-'
'which add salt, pepper and a piece of
8alt pork two inches square. Halt
-an hour before serving add ono can
'corn and water enough to keep from
burning. Add one pint hot milk, bring
to a boll and serve at once. Serve
.this some cold day with hot rolls or
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 46-1912.
ana an. . All ttandara mane, tola or nnuo. wii
Booms f ran 11 M up single, 76 cenu up double.
CAF1 VR1CCS MCASONABLK
CURED in a few days
without pain or a but.
gcal operation. No pay until cured. Writs
B. WltAY. 807 Dae Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
' flntltantlnTbliappUcatlon ban cured manr
SHnUSePUD -hmnln Inrwi whl.li . flrmt
uuuuiifti u uic'unren Yoariaso roar ulau not bea
fenulmiCuncer nnd may yield to Buna's Antlnepllo.
.. vnw.vnKilin nnln rmI nrinr. Deacrfofi four cua.
.Bend uxlay tut a JTroe Dottle HuitTeatlmonlaU.
Dr. Seng, 436 So. 25th St., Lincoln, Nobr.
Two young men to (titer training
for professional work. Reasonable
salary during training period. Add.
Dr. Ben. F. Dalley Ssnalorlun, Lincoln, Neb.
Sulpho Saline Springs
located on our own premlies ond uitd. In the
Natural Mineral Water
Uniurpmed In the treatment ol
Heart, Stomach, Kldntiand Liver Dlmies
MODERATE CHAR8EI, ADDRESS
DR. o. W. KVKRKTT, Mar.
I40S M Strost Lincoln, Neb.
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