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EIGHT THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. P I/LASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY JANUARY 21, 19.q2 THE REVIEW ADMINISTRATION t of the names of papil se- scholac honors in the Eas- Illinois Stae 'leachers College been received from the Office of L. C. Lord. On it we find of Everett Harold Harri- who graduatedrom the Mt. Pu- High School in the of '2& Everett also made a good high school. He is the son Harriso the time that the writer this school letters have received from three or four colleges or universities, that our graduates have re- recognition for high grade work. receipts at the invitational amounted to $282.80. were not as great as in and were smaller than to secure, the tourna- be called a financial All local expenses for such as referee charges, trophies. eta, can be paid, and each vis- school will be paid soe ex- No net proceeds will be however, for the loal Board of Control and Execu- of the Logan County Association, held meet- on Saturday, January the office of the County Super- Schools. Plans were for the county basketball tour- the annual contests in music, dramatics, and cam- Upon the races- motion of Mr. Hargis unanimously agreed to charge [2 cents for all sessions of except the finals. championship gme will cents. IENCH e semester exams are to on the twenty-second, is required in the class, It is really surprising work they have covered be of the school have mastered the four three of the four tenses be studied this year, as facts eonceaming the and so eL has bern stadyh about Preach the class ease to In -reneh they "a railroad" bet % road of showing of what  the is made. The French is usa stories and Pifteen Prench is what the French II class has Two stories read as outside assign- Parure," "The Necklace", reading which we week. In this, the longing of things unattainable is portrayed by the famous qSuy De Manpassant2 of low birth and the clerk in the Ministry has longed all for the luxury of the upper big chances comes when an invitation to all the elite of Paris They manage to save from his meager salary to But still she is for she can not go to the bah without jewels. At suggestion, she bore a diamond necklace from a ,friend. is a success, and Mrs. position she has al- craved. But she is forced to for that cherished even- the necklace. And it, she and her husband years, only to find st time that the bar- was imitation. PHYSICS with our discussion on we now take up distribution of three distinct me- of transferring heat energy. are: eonduetion, convection and is usually defined as the heat from molecule molecule. currents transmit heat movement of the heated mas- the heat energy is a medium called cab- waves will penetrate spaces. The Latin II class is happy to an- ilia, stir until mixed and pour at nounce that it has finished its gram-' once into a square, greased pan, then with the mastery of the I turn ut carefully onto a board, mark mar study four tonse of subjunctive mood. We  in one-inch squares and then with a are now reading the story of the l long, strong knife cut into squares. Argonauts in Jason is sent in search. Wrap each caramel neatly in a of the Golden Fleece. This is a nasal sqUre of waxed paper. interesting story, although it is much harder to translate than the preced-', Steamed Chocolate Pudding ing stories we have read. CAKES BY FOOD CLASS There are two classes of cakes. I Cakes that contain shortening of any kind are celled butter cakes, while hose that contain no shortening are cakes. Within each one i called sponge of these classes there are a number of cakes. In the lmter-cake class there are these: 2% cups fine dry breed crumbs 3 tbsp. butter 2-3 cup sugar 1 egg, beaten 1 tap. vanilla 4% tap. baking powder i % tap. salt 1 cup milk 2% squares unsweened choco- late, melted Cream butter and sugar, and stir Coconut layer cake. in beaten egg and  Mix Devil's Food Cake crumbs, baking powder and salt and Lady Baltimore Cake. add alternately with milk to flat Prune Cake. mixture. Melt chocolate and add. All of these cakes are based upo n!Pur into buttered mold and steam the standard type, or butter cake. I tw hours. Serve with whipped Variations in ingredients and frost-lcream" ings make the differenc Even skilled cake makers may i Baked Cranberry Bananas have some cake trouble once in a 4 to 6 bananas while. In spite of all the care with 2 cup cranberry sauce, or jelly which a cake may have been mixed I 3 tbspe, water and baked, something occasimmlly Arrange bananas in a flat greased prevents success. However, most oven-proof baking dish. Cover with cake failures can be avoided if their cranberry sauce (or jelly) and add possible auses are known. When a water. Bake in a hot ove., 425 de- cake is undersized, the cause may be: grees F., about ten smuts until 1. NOt enough baking powder or ! bananas are slightly tender. Serve hvt with meat course, or cold as a soda to leaven the mixture, t 2. Mixture baked in too large pan. luncheon dessert, 3. Oven too slow--cake does not m { How heavily the public has had to rise sufficiently. When cake falls, the cause .may draw on its reserves to pay off obli- be: i gations incurred in boom times is 1. Too much shortening, l suggosted by Mr. Ecker's statement 2. Not enough baking powder or that 32 percent of all the loans made soda to leaven the mixture, by the Metropolitan in the past 3. Too much sugar, year were made to policy holders, 4. Insufficient baking, who had to draw on that accumuht- When cake rises higlr o one ed surplu& side the cause may be: 1. Uneven heat in ove i 'VIetorlan" 2. Oven grate not level l The Victoria period in furniture - 3. Batter spread unevenly in pan. I tends from 18-7 to Lg00. MldvlctoHan When cake humps in middle or is about the time of the Civil war, and cracks on top, the cause may be: I hi usually the time asctated with 1. Too much flqur, t plushovered atrocities and poorly de- 2. Not enough liquid, t Sllaed machinmade furnitur 3. Oven too hot in early part o baking. When crust is sticky, the came may be: I. Too much sugar. 2. Damp flour. 3. Insult-lent baking. When crust is tough, the emma may be: 1. Not enough shortening.  Not emm sugar. 3. Too much of flour. When cake is heavy the may be: 1. Batter stirred, reault/ in !o of air. 2. Too much shortening. 3. Too much sugar. 4. Too much liquid. 5. Too many egg yolks. 6. Incorrect baking temperstm When cake has coarse texture the use may bM 1. Too much leavening. 2. Insufficient cresting. 3. Use of liquid shortenin41r. 4. Use of bread flour. 5. Oven too hot. When cake is dry, the cause may be: 1. Not enough sherten/ng. 2. Not enough liquid. 3. Overbeaton egg whites. 4. Baked too long at a low temper- ature. 5. Addition of chocolate without addition of little more liquid. 6. Substitution of cocoa for chaco- late without the addition of a little more butter. 7; Addition of cornstarch. When cake falls apart whe eem- ing from pan, the cause may be: 1. Too much shortening. 2. Too much leavening. When butter cake is too light, crumbly, and dry the cause may be: 1. Too much leavening. When crust is hard the cause may be: 1. Oven too hot. 2. Cake baked too long. SEWING The girls of the sewing class are reviewing for the semester and are learning the names of some common kinds of cloth. ! HINTS FOR" THE HOME I Chocolate Caramels i One cup molasses, one of brown sugar, one-haLf cup of rich milk, one- quarter cup of huller, one-quarter pound of unsweetened chocolate, one teaspoon of vanilla. Put the molas- ses, sugar, milk and butter over the fire and stir constantly until it thick- ens (about one-half hour). Have LATIN the conclusion of the study shaved, and melted over steam. Add third declension nouns the Itin I this to the other ingredients and con- completed one-haLf its tinue stirring until, when a small [ incidentally, one- quattity is dropped into ice water material presented  in the it will snap. When it reaches this Cap Reel's Usss The bureau of mines says that cap reck is an impervious stratum which overlle an oil or gas depoL 'Fhe ep [ reek prevents the gas and light free- along of oll from eping througit to the imrfaee end plng. Blrd,' Feedh ound geological survey says that the birds that fly in flocks around the III0tted dome of the Capitol are chin.  They uo attct U b tim insoeta wMch are am'acted the Ilghts.Washington Star. Fortusn's Beslmuings 11 the great early fortunes in Amer- lea were amassed through real estate. Industry and natural resources, such sa oIL account for many of the for- tunes at the present alms. The Mountain's Appeal In summer thousands of tourists find their way to the famous monas- tery of St. Bruno at Chartreuse. which, until a quarter of a century ago, mad the Just as famous cordial. In win. ter. elose to the monastery the tourists flock to St.-da-Chartreusa and its wild and beautiful skllands. The vtllas Is in a hollow bounded by the 15e-du- Orsnd-Som, the slopes of the pass and the peaks e Channsolmude, nearly T.O00 feet hlgh. This makes it a sheltered winter resort, while the hills provide most unusual ski fields. The landscape, at all times of the year, in oae of the most beautiful in Frsne but in winter the sleigh parties and skiers find m country of Indescribable beauty. Esueslms Into Crater After so many centuries of blighting and blasting human Hie" one would not expect that the old volcano out- side of Naples would interest tourist& Yet that is wbere we can go today and right into its moutb It will grumble and puff in spasms of r'ge while you enter, but that need not annoy yo It may even Jerk out Jets of brown steam or with muffled roars throw up beautiful gold vapors while wlcke loking vents of hot air will llch up n flame any paper you hold to them ; but, apart from the nncomfortable feling that you are walking oa ashes and molasses, breathing sulphur the while, yon will return safely to the plain. Indian Use of Cepp ome of the prehistoric Indians of tim United Slates mad, use of cop- per. hut only to pound it into sha u if it had been stone, for they had no knowledge o making bronz4 CJdnese Wa Ne4 Unqme Recent explorathms In Asia by Dr. Bv Hedin indicate that there were ready the chocolate, which should be other gmt walls In-tl lear ast I tin famous  well of Protestaat 4eots I  Angllean church, whlcb I Imewa M the hlgle branch of the church, ortmM m4nlstere are 'Bottcc;.o Marble" The bureau of shies ifforms us that Botticlno marble is a cream-colored variety of Italian marble with brows markings, This marble is popular In this country for interior decorating be- cause of its beautiful coloring and markings. The outstanding example of inter[or construction in this marble iS the interior of the Grand Central sta- tion in New York city, which Is con. ddered one of the most beautiful sta- tions in the country.--Washlngtou Star. Children ud Birds Children always find a great deal of fascination in watching the birds. If you make a sanctuary for these feathered visitors the children will e deeply interested and more than anxious to help. It's very easy--ever- greens for shelter, flowers for color, berried shrubs for the birds' winter menu, and last of all a lovely bird bath. Simple, isn't it? You will find it difficult to decide who is most pleased---the children or the birdl End of the Mamelukes The Mamelukes were slaves brought into Egypt from the Caucasus and formed into a standing army. In 1254 the army raised one of its members to the supreme power. Mamelukea ruled over Egypt until 1517, when they were overthrown by Sells I, sultan of Turkey. The country was ruled by 25 Mameluke bays under a Turkish vice- roy. In 1811 the pasha of EgypL by a wholesale massacre, annihilated the Mameluke Interesting Gold Nugget In an Australian museum is a gold nugget made Into two flags, the stars and stripes and the other representing the British tri-color. Tbese flags are probably the smallest in existence, be- Ing only half an inch In length and three-eighths f an inch wide. This trophy was so made by an American- born miner and was the first nugget discovered In one of the celebrated gold felds in A ustralis. Ellble Bird% Nest The nest of the selangave is valuable as food. It is used as a delicacy by the Chlnesa. It has the shape and stse of a half teacup, Is attached to the rock in the interior of a cave and has the appearance of fibrous gelatin. It iS composed of a mucilaginous sul stance or Isinglass, secreted by special gland& and is noL as was thought, that made from a glutinous saaweed. Cyclonic Belt. The most advanced or progrmsiv Imrts of the world are the regions of cyclonic etorms. Two chief features of eclonie regions are rainfall in too& Irate abundance at all seasons and weather sub,et to marked changes vry few dayL Most of the Ulted 8tats, totnaher with southern Canada and most of Europe, Has In the great aorthea eyeloule belt. Ivles f H, mtlq lialm loggerhead used in maki blhled drinks was an Iron tool lt- ll a long handle ending in a bali or huil. It was heated and thrust Into the prepared drink to heat it. Lowell said : UTile loggerhead, whose hi,sing dip, Timed by wise Instinct, creamed the bowl of flip." Measuring Temlmreturm The bureau of standards says that high temperatures are measured by means of thermocouples, optical py- rometers, pyrometric cones, etc.. and that temperatures below the freezing point of liquids are measured by the gas thermometer. Inseam Btble The largest Bible in the wod JaM to be the Bible printed by Louis Waynal and his daughter, Theresa. o Angeles. It weighs 1,094 pound and Is 8 feet high. The makers spent about two years printing It by hand. Antonyms ltymologically the words qqend" and "fend" are antonyms. They cam@ from Anglo-Saxon verbs meaning love" and 'o hate," respectively, and are related to words of the eama meaning in other Teutonie languages, Highway The American Automobile aasodb flon says that the Mssma and I is marked by white mstm it the form of tablets. These markets re located on all main highways, ram- toads and other thoroughfares. Retrospectimt Gazing at an old chair will som times set the fancy late a trance e contemplation as to s departed reht- tire or friend, and the whole thought ht connection with It will be pietur by the mlnd.--Exchang Zeal The only true zeal IS that wMch imlded by a good light In the head and that which Consists of good innocent affections In the beart. Spat. Not Enough Boy Bablu life Insurance company flgur that the number of beyn born in tl United States is insuelent to pS Ituate family nameS. O:d Trade Name 'qTaval stores" is commercial cant sad is generally misunderstood by tl public, says Pathfinder Magazine. &l- though sometimes applied to the ordl- lmry mlpplles for war vessel, the term iS a trade name for the resinous prod- ucts derived from the gum or pitch of pine trees. In the early days these products were used for calking and waterproofing sailing vessel& and vast stores of tar and pitch were accumu- lated for the use of the navy. A d& sire to obtain such supplies indelmnd- ently of the French and Dutch wu one of the chief reasons for the first British settlements in Amertce. At one time "naval stores" included all the raw materials employed in building and maintaining sailing ships, such as tar, pitch, resin, flax, cordage, masts lad timber. Gold in Bars When gold is transferred. It Is com- manly cast in what is called the $10,- 000 bar. which measures three and one-half inches wide, six and three- quarters inches long and one and threeuarters inches deep. This la the largest regular bar made, and Its value, although roughly given as $10.- 000, is calculated/by actual weighing. and stamped on the bar. It may run as high as $11.000. Jewelers usually buy gold In the small $100 and bars. Ptrh No Longer "Wallea " Paris is no longer a walled city. the f'ttflcetlons having been razed fol- lowing the World war. At that time they measured about 22 or 20 miles In circumference and inclosed an area of i 110 square mlle Quotation From Bible The proverb "'A house divided Nlalnst itself cannot stand" Is found Ill the Bible, Mark S :2. Abraham Lln soin quoted it in a statement about th@ North and South at the time of the Cvil war. E,,m. Tldak  Tlmtt "Many a man," said Uncle Eben. "thinks other folks Is ongrateful when be'a merely holdtn' a "asggeruted idea ef de Importance of his servicea." Washington Star. WIM Dog's Quoe him, SOUth AmeriCan wild dog, about the size of a fox. has a peculiar habit of running for hours in eourtm the figure eight. Lo.t Ammeme Insulin is used now to  weight of thln pernm because of the emermous appetite It Induee Weekly U. Work. Svlftly ! ofte happens that if a He ha ho- Ivd ely for an hem', it has done It wHi and there is e forths- oceu/ IL--SwifL Credit Ap*s Vtrids Cunning Among the natives of Africa the b- Is that apes are men who refuse to Nmk 1,1 order no/ to be obllged to Unmixed Evil - Vanity tsts money, labor, hormm. men. women, health and peace, and Ill still nothing at last--4 long way lead- g w0where.--nereoa. Religious Unbelld Infidel is a term given to dishallSv, in religion by those wbo do Ileve, rather than by themselves, AID infidel is one who does not believe t. reil4rlon, or, often, tn the particular religion of those about him. An athu- lot is one who denle the exist of a God; while u agnosUe is who professes ignorance as to wheth a not there may be a God, a future dtence. etc.. and wile oftea that man cannot possibly prove i matter flther way. The Inventor tim term aaoetlc wun Thomas k.---Cleveland Plain Dealer. Halcyon Days According to Greek mythology Aleyone. or Halcyone, the daughter of Aeolm married Ceyx. Ceyx was drowned and Alcyone, on hearing his fate" threw herself into the sea. The gods were moved by the tragedy of the young lovers: they brought them back to life in the form of halcyons, or klngflshers and they decreed that for the seven days from December 22 to December 29. te sea should re- main calm while the seabirds built their n upon it. These seven day the last of the year. are therefor@ called halcyon days, days of tra ulllty. How Schliemnn Found His Perfect Help:xt t gchllemann (the excavator of Troy). went to Greece. a mi(hlleaed mal lellevlng in the simplicity of his heart that he would find the manners If Acadia. He was to begin married over again after an unfortunate eXlm- Idene in Russi& What more flt than a Greek wife? It is hardly cred- Ible, but he asked his old Greek tut find him one. It is not lneredibi that the tutor found one for fit@ wealth fro'signer among his ow I- Istluna ! Before they were betrothed he gav bee m vlva-voce examluaflon, Includ ig the recltlag of pesagas from b' mar by heart. 8he lmesed I The mar- was noarly brok off when tim adlliome asked her why  wa md to be his wffet 81m plled: "Because my relation- have told me that you are a Hch man." And Im had eus to Greece sure of fludlng putqt of heart. Yet the nmrziage took plaos. Atoll It succeeded. Mme. Schllemaun mine- rived to soe her husband*e reputaUom wtabHshed tmyond the melt of rklt- euls. She made a perfect helpmeet I the grown-up boy. His instinct had bern right in matrimony Ngalnst all tim Iobabllltiea, u it was Is arelm- elofff against all the antlquarlan London sara-day Review, Father Hatdma Egp The curious toad known as the mid- wife toad lays its eggs so that they become attached to the back of ti male and are carried there until they hatch. Grain Growers" Friends The small wasplike insects often seen swarming around grain are ben flcial, as they are attacking and kill- lug weevils and moths which ruin tim atop. Highest-Flylng Bird The Egyptian goose is said to fly higher than any other bird. its maxi- mum altitude is estimated at 85,000 feet. Cannot Breaiz This Mirra* A nonbreakable mirror Invented by m Oerman scientist is made of wood" soaked in caustic alkali and then put through a process of immersion in met. and chemlcahL with final rubbin with a p/see of lead. tin or sine It takes on a brilliant polish. Bemovlng Olmtinate Corlk remove a cork from a be4M when there is neither a corkscrew e at hand, stick two safety diagonally through tim erk opposlt aeh other. By pulling on the pert of the two pine the cusk cut be removed essIly. a1nd of Midnlaht Sun" Norway reaches 300 miles Into am tJtte sone, and nearly one-third I@ tim country Is In the domfla of te midnight sun and winter tt'knm but even In the extreme south the Imm- day is long and thO wiht iS short. Beneath a number of rough bolfldm ilbreip to the district, the skeleton of un uncoflned Roman soldier or UlIOr was found recently near Sandhead" Scotland" and on one finger was a ring of iron with a beveled gem of chalet- deny. Dudq Advocated as Remedy for Human ms Not Infrequently the alleged '/uack" of one generation finds Jusflfeatlop film next, and the recommendatlo" dnelng as a cure for mental aud physical His by so cautious a sclenUst Its lr Arthur Kelth may ehabilitate the memory of Donald McAlpln, who a century ago set up as a healer by dane- trathspey,. writes 8 columnist in the Manchester (Eng.) Guardlm shepherd and a famous dancer, Don- aid was reputed to have cured hls mistress of m mysterious malady by dancing a reel witk her. and thlm story being noised abroad his cottage was besieged by crowds of sick folk wl hoped to rid their ailments by mding him to dance with Donald, whether be believed in MS Wn power or not. was shrewd emousb 0 take advantage of such ett of luck. He engaged u nmrt pipet, 88 ustant, and betwean them the lair evolved eoursa of dancing tat- smut for almost every m to which ti JMh 18 heir. mtablishlng an extenslv immtks from which, for time, t considerable lncomo. ste of eenrse, dmtounced Idm m dmrlatsa, but It seems Jut lid@ flMtt he hit n real tmm Jl troubinK The Sheets Company MORTICIANS ,..r'.'. Sheets Quality Service Costs No More lnerlcs Is a fortunate country. Bh@ gows by the follies of our urolm ItUolNapol con. " David and Goliath he. hero o. Mr. Pulaski and Lincol00 ke a