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TTIE BEE: OMAILA, TITTOSDAT, JXJKE 15, 1911.
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GRADUATES JF UNIVERSITY
Kegents Grant Bachelors' Degrees and
Certificates to 287 Seniori.
MASTER'S DEGREE FOE TWENTY
Fortv-SJa St.e.s ia ,,w
Department An Gtrra Drim of
Bachelor of Ufrtrraa
Other Department. .
LrvcoLv, UB, j4. (ppeom j Th
Board of Regents of ths University of Ne
braska at ta meeting- Tuesday granted
bachelor degrees to 27 seniors and the
dre of master of arts to twenty trad li
sts students. The list follows:
Ores eat Celleae, Mastero of Arts.
tma Sophia Anderson, A. B.. 1J10 Unl
Xtia.y ' Neb,',uk-t'"K. Gorroanlos.
ft.1.,. ?fe "bfnw. A. B.. DOT, Ohio
Sr university Mathematics.
Howard Calvin Feemxter, A. B.. IT!
. Drury College Mathematics.
r ,, n il"1 Field. A. B.. l!tfl. Union
Lot lee; European history, philosophy.
Horace Clyde Fllley, A. B.. 1M, Uni
versity of Nebraska ; B. Ed.. Pennsyl
vania State Normal Agronomy, animal
I'aul tiarwln Foote, A. B., 19ns. Adelbert
College of Western Reserve University-
William Henry Gardner, A. B.t 1910. Ne
braska Weslevan University Agronomy,
Edith Anita Orlmm. A. B., 1909, Uni
versity of Nebraska Roman history and
literature, English lanruase and literature.
Earla George Johnson, A. B., 1910. Uni
versity of Nebraska Physiology, bacteri
ology. George Newton Lamb, A. B., 1910, Uni
versity of Nebraeka Botany.
EVllth M. IxnKi A. B., 1888, Cornell Uni
versity Mathema tics.
Kdsar Matthias Medlar, B. 8., 1908, Doane
Claude William Mitchell. A. B., 1910. Uni
versity of Nebraska Zoology.
Francis John final, A. B.. 19"S, University
of Nebraska Botsny. forestry.
Jennie Ioulse . finer, A. B., 1904. Uni
versity f Nebraska American history,
Henry Miller Feotl. A. B., 1909, University
of Nebraska Philosophy.
Carrie May Btetler, A. B.. 1901. University
of Nebraska Kngllsh language and litera
ture, Geinienlcs. . " ,
Warren 81m peon Thompson, A. B.. 1907,
Nebraska ' Weslevan tnlverslty Phlloso-
phy.. polttll srleriee and sociology.
Edith May Whyman. A. B . 1MB. Unl
Yerelty of Nebraska Ekigllsh literature.
John Todd Zlmmer. B. 8c.. 1310, Uni
versity of 'Nebraska Entomology.
. Baofetrlors of Arts.
Matilda Anderbery. Alice J. McCullougn,
C. A. Anderson,
Vera V. Barger, .
Byrne C. Marcellua,
Ruby E. Barns,
Mlttle M. Beecher.' Beth E. Maxfleld,
Fenna C. Beeler, . Adella M. Mead.
Jessie O. Beg1tol.'7j Dorothy T. MUler,
1,1111 M. Behle; Millie I Miller,
Charles B. Benson. T. C. Moyer,
T. H. Blermaev i T V' Alfred C Munger,
Breta Bills. . ' i Z Grace V. Newbranch,
Maude Blrkby,'. t. Cora A. Newman.
Hugh J. Bollnger, Jlarold M. Noble,
Jscob F. Buller, " Bessie Noyes,
Theodore T. Bullock.A. M. Oberfelder,
Ben M. Cherrlngton, Florence L. Osborne,
Mona U Clearman, Am K. Petterson,
lialpn O. Coad. J;rtn Par!ln,
Gertrude U Coon, . . " .
Helen B Davis. W. Pif,.
f TSJKllCKinsoo, ., , f TH-lok.t
Bernlce M. Prickett,
Frank B. Proudflt.
F. K. innsmore.
Nellie B. trake, v
Clara A. ' Krtckson,
Halle Ie Bwlng, .
Margaret B. Randall
A nan R. Iiaymond,
Guy B. Reed.
Ixa t. Reedy,
S "S Frederick. w- - w- Keynolda,
f. f-'w F- Rowland.
Clarence W. .(Iwft Jm r . Bhlk
Wade Gobi Carl Bhlyely,
George H. Chraham- annma Bmtth,'
f?tIIInLhB", victor a smiA.
i-dlth E. Hanne, Ue,im Xj. tamer.
Arthur TZ. rHr. jttle At Taylor.
Henry C. Hathaway, George J. Thomas,
Ruth P. Heacock, ... KOVa, H, Thomas,
Sarah M. HeiringtonFiorence S. Todd. '
Carrie E. Hesseltlne, Harold A. VanDusen
Harry G. Huse. j, Marlon E. Whltmore,
Alice R, Iverson, Nell p. Whltmore.
Andrew P. JuN,i ! Florence A. Whlttler,
jorai J. iv.eejn, Kaipn jf. Wilson.
Victor W. fcrause. Kathryn !. Windham,
Althea V. Lsuie, " Kllzabeth M. Wlttman,
j:.ari j. ijee, .Mary hi. woire,
l.ynn Lloyd, .. Thoinaa Z. Zacek.
Carl J. Lord,
Bachelor of Science.
Harral W. Coulter Earl W, Muneon,
Allison H. ruglale. Ward II. Powell,
IVlliUm D. lieaton, 8. A. Rathbone,
, Bernard C. HendrickClayton O. Host,
Alice A. Hompe, I). K eteenburg.
Bertha N. Kramer. Walter F. Weedman,
Joseph W. La.ugh;in,Ervln F. Wilson.
Physical Edneatlon rertlfteate.
Vera,- V. Barger, Alta M. Oooden,
Jessie O. Beghtol, . llattle E. Roillna,
Clara A. lckon, Anna C Bralth.
Fsthe M. Aflamson,
Wary B. Balger,
1'ianoH L. Bxker( -Kla
Beth P. Barton,
thr M. Burrltt,
Myrtle B. Busk, ,..'
Irma I. Calhoun,
Janot 0k Cameroni
Bachelors of Arts,
Ella I. McCair,
Leah M. McClure,
Pearl F. May,
Mabel C. Met calf.
Iorothy L, Morehead,
Grace t Munson.
Julia P. M. Nagl,
Hs-ttle R. Ogrfen,
Km ma Q. Outhouse.
Meroe J. Outhouse,
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Polly C. Pick el,
Alice R. Pomeroy.
Wlllamlna A. Richard)
Penelope P. Ring,
Harriet J. Russell.
Nelda A. Pchmidt.
Mary A. Bchulte.
Rngina B. Bchulte.
Myrtle M. BooviUe,
Flarcnr 1 I ohnr,
Je-.sle F. imf.ir.
Minnie M. Funke.
Mane 1. OoodfoUow.
Lucy M. Greer,.
Jean U. Hamilton.
i-jeieiie f . liardy.
( eclle M. tnapp,
Ina Mattle Hendricks, Thankful K. bpauldlng
Kthel J. Hilton.
Annie M. Pprague,
F.thel F. Hutchinson. Florenoe K. Tlnkham,
Kran C. Jean.
Alfa F. Warton
Olive M. Jones.
Orrilla F. Washburn,
Ina M. Williams,
Mary Li. Keech.
Karl EX Lackey.
Anna I. Lsmmer.
bophla J. La tnmers.
' alverslty Teachers' Certificate.
1 achelor of Selene John Malcolm Sho-
Kbther Mary Adamson Malorsi Ameri
can history, English literature.
Mary. Belle fcadaer -Majors: German.
Ella Mar Barrett Malorai Mithnmstliw.
Bell) Pearl Barton Malora: Latin. Eng
Jessie biles Majors: Chemistry, home
Esther Mosher Burrltt Majors: Ameri
can history, English literature.
Janet Grey Cameron Majors: Rhetorin.
Jessie culley Majors: English litera
Florence Emma Davis Malora. Ameri
can history, English literature.
fiorence Lyman Dohner Majors: Bot
any, American history.
Jessie Fae JJuf ur Atsjoni: Latin. Ger
Minnie Marguerita Funke Majors: Eng
lish literature; minors, rhntorlo, German.
Edith Gantt Maiors: Knrllsh lloraiure
L,ucy May Green Majors: . ErurlUh lit
Jean Delphln Hamilton Majors: Eng
llHh literature, American history.
ttell Fern Hardy Majors: German,
Inn Hattia Hendricks) Majors: Latin,
Ethel Jane Hilton Majors: Latin. Ameri
Euclle Hrubesky Majors: German. Eng
Ethel Florence Hutchinson Majors: Eruj
11s n literature, American history.
Olive Mildred Jones Majors: German.
Mary Euurena Keech Malora: Mathe
Anna Irene Lammers Major: English
Ulerature; minors, rhetoric, German,
ciouhia JoseDblne Lammara Matnra- rnr.
Huh lltersture. history.
Ella Imogen McCalgMaJors: English
literature, European history.
Leah May McCune Majors: English lit
Nelle Mcintosh Majors: German, Eng
Pearl Florence May Maiors: Chemistry,
Mable Clare Metcalf Major: Botany;
minors, chemistry, mathematics.
Dorothy Lee Morehead Majors: Ameri
can history, English lltersture.
Grace Esther Munson Majors: Physics,
Julia Peggy M. Nagi Major: Mathe
matics; minora, elocution, political sci
ence. Hattle Ruth Ogd en Major: Mathematics;
w..w,v. AlllOIICM DlSlUrf,
' Emma, Gerdea Outhouse Majors; Eu
ropean history, English literature.
Meroe Jaynes Outhouse Majors: Latin,
Dolly Catherine Ptckel Majors: English
Alice Reynolds PomeToy-' Majors: Latin.
Catherine Reeder Majorat American his
Grace Richards Majors: Horns econom
Wlllsmina Alice Richards Majors: Latin,
Penelope Patch Ring Major: Latin;
minor, rhetoric, American history.
Harriett Jane Russell Major: Latin;
minors, mathematics, German.
Nelda A. Schmidt-Majors: German,
Reglna Bernardlne Scholts Majors. Oer-
wKn, - oouuiy. -
.Myrtle May PoevIKe Majors. - Mathe-
Diauos, tangunn Jiterature, ... -4
John Malcolm Stiowulter-MaJof ? Chera
lstry; minora, American history,- psyslol
Ceclle Maud Snap p Majors: Latin, Ger-
Thankful E. Rpaldlng Major: English
Anna Mixon fiprag-ue Majors: German.
English Ut era tore.
Mecla Btout Ma Ion Mathematics;
mivii, American nisiory.
Florence Eva Tlnkham Major: German;
minora, American history, political science.
Aira Frances Warton Major: English
literature; minors, sociology and American
Orrilla Fidelia Washburn Majors: Ameri
can nisiory, jann.
Lena May Williams Majors: English
ninniurv, American nisiory.
Mabel Wolcott Majors: Mathematics,
Elisabeth Wright Majorst American his
tory, powicai science. ,
Cellesje of Enjrlmee.rles;.
Klnju Akagl J. it. Jtnony
H. G. Berg
, w. J. Lerapke
O. C. Montgomery
R. W. Queal
M. L. fitruve '
S. Z. C. Westerfleltl
H. U White
C E. Toung
U O. Brattod
A. U. Brtggs t
F. W. Hornunf
M. J. Hughes
W. C. Hutchison
R. B. Hyde
T. C. Keleey
A. tu Am person
J. A. Baldersoa
H. N. Cain
P. W. Clancy
N. M. Collier
H, C. Cusack
A. A. Dobson
DJi E rick son
I. W. Firickson '
C. T. Graham
J- H. Harp ham
G. R. LeRoy
W. A. Mllek
R. R. Monbeck
G. A. Robertson
F. Ev Kohde
A. L Selser
J. K Volltntlne
G. M. WiiUama
G. D. Galloway
C. A- Bennett J. A. Francis
G.1L J. Blschof F. H. RoeencrmntS
W. O. Formaa L. F. Beaton ,
Collcejro of Laws.
Bachelors of Laws
M. O. Bates
N. F. Morehouse
D. D. Bell
J. B. Brain
R. T. Oatti
a. M. Collins
E. B. Danly
H. Fi Dixon
8. P. Dobbs
C. W, Dobry
C. B. Evans
A- W. Field, Jr.
G. N. Foster
O. 8. Gllmore
C. P. Griffin
W, K. Hodgkla
8. F. Muts
H, S. Nightingale
I. JT. Nlsley
B. J. Patterson
J. F. Ratcllff
R. O. Reddish
K. H. Held
C. P. Pohraan
C. R. Stasenka
B. W. Btswart
T. R. P. Btocker
8. C. 8 toner
A. B. Tollefseo,
P. 8. Topping
E. D. Trump
J. T. Votava
Ot M. Walcott
A. V Warren
F. . Wasters
R. B. Weaverling
L. E. Whitney
H. L. Wilson
T. C. Holland
W. V. Kenner
L. A Klppltnger
I. J. Langer
J. K. Lawrence
F. P. Marconnlt
G. E. Meyer
H. H. Mielens
Ixiren G. Taylor, Carl F. Ttogoech,
ntjiiry v. necsrora, nerta r. J norpe,
Herbert C. Harden, Fran W. Echwake,
John H. Neumann. Miner H. Whaley, Jr.
Henry M. Prouty,
CoUeco of Agrtealtare.
Bachelors of science:
Home Economic Alio Miranda Blrge
Mary EUen Brown. Kate Field. Alta May
Oooden. Jessls Genevieve Greene. Berna
Forestry John Shaw Boyeo, Wade Ran
dall Martin, Maurice Ferdinand Paulson.
WMte. Swanson,. David George
Technical Agriculture Tyler Stengel
Edgecombe, Howard John Gramllch, lvan
Detailed Census of
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Lincoln precinct .....I"
Maple Grove prednot
Nemaha precinct. Including Tecumseh
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fcuirltng village 77777..
Todd Creek pre. met. Including Elk Crek''vtiiage.".".".".".'.'ri
Elk Creek village..... .
western precinct. Including Crab Orchard village ,
Crab Orchard village
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I . An Up-to-date
McKellln. Albert Pool. David Henry
Oeneral Agriculture Joseph William
Nebraska Eagles in
Session at Columbus
Visitors Are Delightfully Entertained,
Being Lunched and Taken to
COLUMBUS, Neh., June li. 8pedaL
Visiting Nebraska Eagles are hers to at
tend the sixth annual state meeting of the
order being held this week. Among the
first delegates to enroll were thoes from
Florence and North Platts and later repre
sentatives from Omaha, South Omaha,
Plattsmouth, Benson, Lincoln and Grand
Island added to the attendance.
Tuesday was opening day and the dele
gates, after enrolling, attended the public
reception and opening meeting at the
Maennerchor hall. The delegates were
welcomed In an address by Mayor Louis
Held, which was responded to by State
President Tracy of Benson. H. B. Fie
ri arty of Omaha delivered an address, after
which the stats president named the com
mittees. At ths adjournment of the session the
delegates sod visitors paraded to ths ban
ground, where they witnessed the game
between Columbus and York of the Ne
braska State league. In the evening the
visitors met at Eagles hall and were taken
to ths North opera house 'or a theater
party, the evening concluding with a Dutch
lunch at ths Eagles' hall.
Today was devoted to business sessions.
At S:S0 ths visitors witnessed the ball game
between Columbus and Beward, At S p. m.
ths ritual was exemplified at Eagles' hall
and two prizes given for the degree teams.
Thursday the session will be concluded
with the election of officers and a banquet
at the Maennerchor hall.
Grand Island wants the next con Tension.
So far there has been no slates for state
officers, with ths exception of two South
Omsha men. Jay Williams and J. M. Tan-
ner, who ara mentioned for the stats presi
NORTH PLATTB TO MAXWELL
Plaa for Brlda-toar River , aad Co'
strwctlngr Hlgkwsy Takes TJ. -
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., June 14 Spe
cial.) At a rood roads meeting: it was
proposed ths road .begin at the east end
on Fourth street 1n this city and extend
east until the North Platte . river Is
reached. ' There the river Is to bo crossed
and the bank followed a short distance to
tho section line. It will then follow this
section. line until the right-of-way of the
Union Pacific Is reached and then parallel
the Union Pacific to Maxwell. This high
way would ba somewhat shorter than ths
Union Faolflo railroad between these two
points. An executive committee consisting
of R. H. Fowles. William Hendy of this
city and W. M. Plummer of Maxwell was
appointed. It is proposed to build a per
manent steel and concrete bridge across
Contractor Baste is removing the walls
on Dewey and Front streets from the store
buildings owned by M. Keith Neville, and
these will be replaced with pressed brick
fronts and plat glass.
WTEW COTJRT HOUtH IK F HELPS
Bolldloa; A boat Coasplexeel and For-
HOLDREOH Neb., Juno 14. (Spedal.y-
Phelps county 's &jw JIOO.OOO court house
was formally accepted from the general
contractors. Rowlee At Bailey ot Oklahoma
City, by the county supervisors yesterday.
Portions of the work of the subcontractors,
such as the painting and installation of
lighting fixtures and furniture, are not
yet completed. The building is constructed
of reinforced concrete, with marble and
brick walls for exterior and has Interior
walls largely of marble and floors of ter
The first filings for the primary election
In this county were made today, when
County Judge L. C. Barr filed for renomi-
tiatlon on the fusion ticket and ex-County
Judge E, W, Beghtol filed for th repub
11 can nomination for county Judge.
AGUES Off PRICES FOR LIGHT
Beatrice City Cooaeil Eleetrlo
Marat Cosanaay Get Tea-ether.
BEATRICE, Neb,. June 14. (Special.:
At ths regular meeting of tho city council.
th fight between th city council and th
Bee trice Eleetrlo company over ths rate to
b charged for electricity was practically
nded. Th city attorney was Instructed
to draft an ordinance making th rat U
and S cents. Minimum, V with K cents
O. A. Culver has purchased a half in
terest In the Beatrice Automobile com
pany's plant, and will assum charge
At a meeting ef ths Board of Education
Monday evening ths expense bill of 161.47V
for the running of ths city schools for ths
coming year was adopted.
A Viper la the Stoaaaeh
la dyspepsia, complicated with tvsr and
kidney trouble. Eleetrlo Bitters help all
such cases or no pay. SOo, For sals by
Persistent Advertising la ths Road to Big
ue th Population ot
Johnson county, .
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VALUATION OF OMAHA ROAD
Company's Property in Nebraska
Worth Nearly Kine Millions.
INHERITANCE TAX DECISION
Mg Coeaty Canoe. Levy w Mort
. a;aaes Owoeel hy Noorealdeote of
Nebraska Aodersoo Dlveree
(From a Staff Correepondest.)
LINCOLN, June 11 (Special.) Th Phy
sical valuation department ef th Stat
Railway commission has oompleted Its valu
ation of ths Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul
It Omaha property In ths state, ths figures
of th stats official and th company vary
ing but UtU a to property values. On
ths valuation for taxation purposes, how
ever, there is a considerable divergence, the
company's figures, being nearly 12,600,000
lower than that of the Btate Board of As
sessment. Ths ratlwsy commission's valuation for
July, 1909, was ti0,686,S22.n reproduction
ralu and S8.7ZS.996.81 depreciated value.
Th mileage ot th road as found by tb
railway commission Is 1372.66, which makes
a valuation of $28,414.90 per mile, reproduc
tion value and S2S.42g.S6 depreciated value.
The only figures received from the rail
way company's valuation department is a
Uon value, and 13.428.38 depreciated value.
Last year the State Board of Assessment
taxed the eompany on a total valuation of
$12,633,763 , and found the mileage to be
304.79 miles, which made a valuation of
$41 450 a mile. The assessment board's valu
ation for two or three years preceding 1910
was about the same.
The railway commission will hold a hear
ing In a short time . for the . purpose of
giving the Minneapolis dt Omaha an oppor
tunity to object to the valuation proposed
by the commission.
Anderson Divorce Decree Affirmed.
The court affirmed ths divorce given
Hulda Anderson from Axel Anderson, In
Douglas county. Anderson pleaded that th
$2S a month alimony was excessive, that
his wife had condoned his previous cruelty
and that the trouble he had caused her was
due to his mental Irresponsibility. They
separated once and Anderson was brought
to a private sanitarium In Lincoln. From
there he wrote such a pitiful letter that his
wife forgave him and came to him. After
he came back he fell Into his old ways. The
court says that oondonation Is forgiveness
for the past upon condition that the wrongs
shan not be repeated. It la dependent upon
future good conduct and the repltltton of
the offense revives the wrong condoned. A.
promise of foiigveness is not- alons suf
ficient to constitute condonation. To have
that effect such promise must be followed
by a restoration of the offending party
to all martial rights. .Insanity, to be avail
able as a defense, must be pleaded.
' Decision Aaralnef Dodge Coaty.
The supreme court today put a final
crimp In the aspirations of Dod gecounty
to levy an Inheritance tax on mortgages
owned by eastern men of wealth. The spe
cial case was one where it was sought to
collect from the estate of Ira Davenport.
Just' one qeustlon was Involved: Does a
debt owed by a resident of Nebraska to a
nonresident, a duplicate of the contract
evidencing such a an existence of this as
will make It liable tenths imposition of
ah' Inheritance1 tsxTTfTrs 'teotrrt hold -that
it cannot; that the statebf Nebraska can
not assume to collect ah Inheritance tax
on securities that are not owned in the
state. ' '
Frederlcluoa Jodansieat Affirmed.
Floyd Flinn may proceed to collect
$1,019.40 from H. E. Frederlckson, an auto
mobile dealer of Omaha, for assault and
battery and for conversion of a machine,
Fllnn had purchased a motor car from
Frederlckson and the latter, fearful that
Fllnn did not Intend to pay out on It, con
trived to get him to bring the machine to
his garage. Then Frederlckson made Fllnn
make an overdue payment and when Fllnn,
after doing this essayed to take the car
away, Frederlckson Jumped on him, bat
tered him and called him a thief before a
Jeering crowd. The court says a Judgment
for $660 for this Is not excessive. The re
mainder of the Judgment Is for ths Interest
of Fllnn In the machine which Frederick
Fight for Saloon Licenses.
While it Is generally' understood that the
favored twenty-five who were named inm.
time ago by ths excise board are to b
me recipients or saloon license In this
city for the coming year, It Is said that
an effort will be made bv several nt th.
disappointed applicants to land one of the
prises cerore the formal opening of th
groggeriea occurs in this city. The turn
ing down of several Russians by ths ex
cise board Is said to have caused some dis
sension among people of that nationality
who- supported the wet klcket with great
earnestness during the city campaign.
C a secret to a of Blake Tlhea.
Word reached here today that the con
secration of Father . J. Henry Tihen,
bishop-elect of the diocese of Lincoln and
successor to ths lata Bishop Bonacutn.
would be held at Wichita. July a Bishop
Hennessey of ths Wichita diocese will con
duct ths consecration service. All the
priests of this city with one exception will
attend tho services.
'ilV.'rWto Uili .7Vl.'.:
comes in every
label. Just re
and order XSlatz.
rthm rUmmt sTos
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THURSDAY AT 8 A. 171.
'TNHESE two great sales of coats and dresses Thursday at
J- our Douglas Street Store will certainly bring the crowds.
We made some very fortunate purchases of summer
coats and dresses which will be sold Thursday at extra ordi
nary Jow prices. We will also close out all cloth coats, cloth
and silk dresses. '
The main feature of this sale is the remarkably low
price, and you'll agree that it is one of the most interesting
coat and dress sales that has ever been held in Omaha.
are made, of Silk, Serge, Marquisette, Cotton
Voile, Lingerie, Challies, etc., in fact, dresses
in all kinds and materials. There are scores
of clever new summer styles and all sixes.
Sit. en S99 KIV
j viviwv, va.a,sw vs
A little goes a long way, as it is highly concentrated.
Each package is divided into two envelopes, and makes
two full quarts. . Also contains an envelope of . Pink
CJolor for making fancy desserts.
appeals to every
io waiting ior k
"Deiaty Dsessrts for
V W a
ices, sos vreani as a
Johautovra, N. T.
H box Kaox Sparkiinf Gcladaa.
1 orsnfe. 1 lemoa.
1H sups sugar. 3 cup rich milk.
Grsts outside ol both orsas)
and lsmoa. Squeexe oat all ths
Juios, add to this tho auger.
Whoa resdy to freeze, stir la
ths pailk slowly to preveat ear
Idling. Tsko part of a cup of tho
milk, add ths gelatine. After
, standing fir minutes, pleea in a
pan of hot water until dissolved;
then stir into ths rt of th sailk
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