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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
ONE of the moiit marked Innova
tion thl aon In I ha field of
furniture la to bo the Introdiic
tbm of electrical equipment,
Ttie furniture Itself la lo be wired ao
that connection will ba convenient
tor switching light on or off without
blindly (roping about overhead or
Wider foot for electric buttona.
It will no longer ba necesaury tor
tba housewife to climb on ft. chair and
take an electric bulb out of a Mlda
wall light if aha wanla to attach tha
kctrio toaster, or to creep under tho
table to the aocket on tha floor or to
CaaU'n tha attachment to tha baneboard
cross the room, leaving about live
feet of wire for the uninitiated gut
to trip over. Instead of that the din
ing table la permanently equipped with
ockuta at the head and foot, socket
enough to arc mmodate lamp llghta,
toasters, percobitors, chafing dishes,
etc. Manipulation will be simple and
artistic In that the mechanism will ba
Under the valance In the aide of tha
bed here Illustrated are several sock
ets. While In bed one haa but to reach
down, touch a button, and, presto!
the electric wanning pad Is turned
en at the foot (Another button ani
the llghta are lit at ths head of the
I had just preeented my nephew with
a pair of suspenders and then taken
him to the show. The picture was In
teresting and I supposed Ted aa Inter
ested aa myself.
Suddenly he broke the alienee by
aying: "Aunt Betsy, those suspen
ders are just dandy. They hold my
pants up floe."
I am afraid the audience forgot tbe
picture for a moment. M. K. R.
I have rather a variety of flowers
In my garden, and when picking them
I occasionally give a few sprays to
Grace, my neighbor's daughter, who
aeems to enjoy the gifts. At such times
I make It a point to Impress upon her
the names of the flowers. The other
day I gave her some forget-me-nots,
telling her what they were. Her mother
Was out on the lawn, and, running up
to her, Grace said; " Mamma, look my
thlnk-of mes." , E. F. M.
Fay asked her papa for two pen
nies to purchase two all day suckers
for herself and little brother. They
were given her and she ran across the
. Mr JOUl IlYf ili1 f i
1 ' M
VITA. . . -1 t.'A
IT'S A VAN'S WCALD
bed. Home manufacturers uro building
reading brackets to the bed heudboards,
and one haa contrived foot posts hold
ing stnull electric funs.
A standard system of outlet hard
ware will be on the market, ao that
nny one can have the furniture on
hand electrically equipped. Tho wlr
lug will be a relatively easy muttor.
lUeascd be tho thoughtful mind that
contrived tho electric Unbilled d row
ing table. This baa a pair of satisfy,
lng aid :lgtits tnude to the mirror
frame. The lights should be fitted
with shield shaped shades that may bo
half way revolved to allow full play
of the light on the face while perform
ing the sacrod ceremony of dolling.
There are more outlets at the side of
the dresser, permitting the curling
Iron to be plugged In and heating,
while the fuclal massage outfit Is In
operation, and all this without forfeit
ing the use of on of the lights. The
lialr waver, hair drier, vibrator, and
violet ray sets all have outlets and can
be used without interference.
China closets, refrigerators, kitchen
cabinets, and clothes closeta are sup
plied with lights having door attach
ments that give light when the door' la
opened and go out automatically when
the door Is closed.
Pianos have decorative candle brack
ets fastened directly to cither side 5f
the music rack. These are accepted
street to the grocery store.' returning
soon with one sucker In 4er mouth.
When asked where Robert's sucker
was, she replied " I fell down in the
street and lost Robert's penny."
W. S. R.
A neighbor was lamenting the fact
that be had no hair to my son, Charles,
lie was busy playing but finally the
neighbor enlisted his sympathies.
Charles got up, felt his bald head, and
said: " Well, if you want some hair
so murh, why don't you plant some
seeds? " E. V. Y.
"PIGTAILS' By Mildred Burleigh
joy.ously In plare of the old plnno
Tablm for summer porehes, tea ta
bles, etc., may bo wired after the man
ner of dining tnhles and will be found
most desirable with their complement
of samovars, reading lights, fans, and
A few novelties In the way of elec
tric lamp shades are offered. One pret
ty and easily homo made novelty Is
the worsted shade. Tills Is mado of
sweater worsted In any choacn color,
wound upon wire frames, over and
under, over and under, much an buc
ket weavers wind raflla. The threud
Is wound around ench upright wire, so
that when Untuned the wire is covered
from the under side. The shades are
trimmed with narrow fringe mado of
the same worsted, and with pompons
of brilliantly contracting wool. They
may be left unllned, but are prettiest
over frosted bulbs.' They can be washed
by dipping In gasoline or in warm
white soap suds and rinsing in warm
Another home novelty Is the shel
lacked shndo. Figured linen or silk
may be chosen as the material. After
It Is carefully stretched In shape the
shellac Is applied, before the trimming
Is put on. The result la a fair imita
tion Indeed, I might say, an Improve
ment upon tha painted parchment
shades that are so much In voguo.
Hugh received a bright red vest as
a birthday present. A few days later
his auntie died and his mother told him
that he must go to the funeral. Think
ing it a good occasion to wear his red
vest for the first time he asked hit
mother for It:
"Why, you can't wear this bright
red' vest at a funeral, my boy, when
everybody wears black."
Standing straight before his mother,
he replied with groat determination:
" If I can't wear my red vest then I
won't have any fun In the whole fu
neral!" II. M. a.
Billy was entertaining his young
aunt's caller until she was ready to ap
pear. The y. a. entered the room as
Billy was saying: " You don't has to
wash your knees you wear long
pants." ' K. A. H.
When our youngest child was 4
years old the other three children were
larger and wouldn't play with him. So
he came to me and said, " Ma, I wish
we had more kids, so each could play
with each." J. K.
THE COOK -BOOK Ifr June Eddlngton
THE DISSCR PICTURE.
AjilNill.i; small jk-iJ tmui'tt,
ill rliilbd. in tlx nf
iiliel I'lii I o, if Iha eaUd Is of let
tuce kitd cucumber tr .lu;tor
rr or honey dt w melon and lias t n
-l up with rr, finishes a ilunnlrs
ptclur. Hut sip It . tut must, Iik
othr pl lurr, b appi pi i itely plmed,
It might be al oil a t iL!- which would
entirely nautrullxo Its Uitniy.
The old fuMhiunt"! tiio it tiitilerloth
reseMng almit Ut tin' H't la not
modern a ttlng fur a modern nual. It
la all rliiht as 4 lutekgrnuiid fur tinge
plerr Ilka touui turkey and lis "rim
menis " or a grmt rosi t.f any sort
snddle nf in ill ton or a great rruttn
lamb and the rest of the numbers
of a dinner built on ui It lrn theno .
It wns Nil rlltht, ton, fur llin lung and
birgn lahles, In their day, but tUy,
our Uililes am cniii h smnllir, and
live In an age of dirt an4 fienslva
lHundry bills. Jt lst ifli;rwlili but
true fnrt Hint at just one sitting a
white tnbliH-lnih will receives complete
rim of dirt where It falls over the
rdk-o of the table.
I.I urn fur Hie (Modern Table.
Iivrly dollies, and off the while,-or
Ihe more e pi nulve runners, are much
mora likely to mke of tha iiihie a
picture to the modern eye than the
old, beautiful, and altnoHt Idolized
linen tnhleekillis whic h often rqulred
ueh a wicked length of time for their
proper Ironing. In the modern well
ordered borne their ue Is' exceedingly
Hut to get bark to the s.ilad. It Is
always posnible to enhance the din
ner pleture with tho salad. The nib.
biers, or appetizer, to which we have
become adillcted, may ali-o and always
be prepared In such a way as lo b
as pretty as a picture. lU'lixh flow
ers In crisp, fringed eelury or olive
mingled with Ice, or little canape
with garnishes In colors all are pretty.
By the way, Ihe frlnidng of celery re
moves ope old fashioned barrier to
THE BIRTH DA Y CIRL.
DKAIl LITTLK LADY BUO
MlXIi: I have Just ' turned
over tha, month of May on my
calendar, and I see that In three
days my little girl Is to have her fourth
birthday. iJoddy la writing this birth
day letter to bis two dear ones to let
them know ho will be there in. spirit
when the cake come In blazing with
Its four candles. My precious little
one must blow out a candle for daddy,
and make a wish that be will get well
fast, so that when the cake cornft In
with five pink rnndlos, he will surely
be there. Wont we have a merry
Until then, my beloved little girls
for you both are veritable little ones
whom I love, and my greatest happi
ness Is to watch over you and care
for you until then, I am fightins des
perately this dread white plague, and
how futile would be the battle with
out my two llltle soldiers at home.
It Is because of you that I cling to
this life you, who make everything
worth while and beautiful, while I
am far away, I know you are praying
and lighting with mo. How It helps,
how It helps.
But now for the birthday again. My
nurse has promised to go down to the
village and buy a lovely gift for my
lady bug. i hope it will pleaHa'you
and give you as much pleusuro as
daddy haa in sending, it.
Now back to my battle I go, that I
niay sooner come to tho two I love
moHt In all the world.
With a million kisses and four extra
hugs for my wee lady, and all the
love of my heart for the birthday girl's
sweet mother, I am your adoring
MY iJear One: I thought tonight
I should novor have been able
to take up my pen and write
my letter to you. I worked so
hard today thut I am weary, desperate
ly weary, and the heart seems to iiave
gone out of me completely.
But It l just ten years ugo tonight I
began writing you love letters you have
never li-ceived betiuttpe I have ti.ner
sent them, 1 havo written litem with
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4 ntsimrrs, tr UA. The S' hh t.
on hui4 MirUimr in r)ig tha
little bearl of relvry, wlille, the un
tlnn od niinnrrly rn
t'liooa Ilia (miwr sialka. In M-n-sive
servna nothing but ha brarta
era -rvl, but In tha Itomr tha
rrlrty, i cantand pru lieaMy ail
the sti-nta of a suik,
fisniltJiIng (or the lwiii,
When w tnnin lo the soup, a tv
Itioxtiy a pfoh'fin of gooil' rooking.
for a Knr iiifi u'y to look at,
lilmiMl ilu4)i, and a wll rookm) n
Is plulty, and gnrtiuhr nf many
sort in.iy bo u-d to adorn ll. A tahln
Mmn of whlpp, cteant, wlikH mutt
al ! saIIihI or It Is Insipid, I
apprnptlata un all rr.nm soupa, and
Is unci on oi her aometitnc. A lit.,
lie grated rsr carrot on mutton
brolh I iniiiu nily ( apprnpnaie, and
pretty, In thi wIkim ry Is a llttla
more alive lo attr u-tlvrneas than the
man to tulmm pnmro hy 4 river's
brim a yellow prlmroat was lo him,
and It W4 nnibing mure. (With "il
ogles to Wordawurih If I have mis
flie rentrrplere, the rifi da r'
alstunce, "Ihe remove," In short, Ihe
niiitt (or the dinner, may be t up sa
Tfin and for as hamlMiine a picture as
tho skill of (he cook can tffect wild
design and composition, 1'ut how
vnorniounly tmtea have changed In
this reepei t! I, myself, taiinnt abi'la
to sua a little roast pig set up aa In
life. lll poor eyes look weepy. Ho
seems gagged ty t!ie lemon In )ils
nmiiUi, and no mailer what the
wreath around him Is, and bow much
of a picture U compimed, I riinnot for
get what he was allvo.
The calf's head, which Die ttcolrh
cook ornamenta with little fieurons of
pastry arid gariiislu-s with green, is on
the same order, and so Is a cod's head,
and. as to beef heart with lis bulging
lulling and silver slcewrr, and lately
soma of the other new meals, they
seem to me Insufllclently dlsgoixcd on
China In the I'll lure.
The platter tnnul, theeplanked meuT,
the one-piece meal from tho i-aerole
or pot, and particularly the plate meal,
have come Into wide popularity, and
tho makers of china, rindiing Into the
breach, have even provided us with
divided plates on which to serve such
meals. There are In doubtful tante or
Just a present vogue, so It seems to me.
Thenu plates limit the plate meal to
three Items meat or Huh or their rep
resentative for the large division, and
two vegetables. I'erhups that is all
thut should go on a- plule, but somu-1
times we do, with reason, want four
Items. On the other hand, we may
want J'lHt the one or two, as In many
of the adopted dishes like pilaff, chop
China with some color, rather than
of the chaste white and gold, has come
Into wide popularity, especially for
dully use, and among those whose pa
triotic instincts declare for china of
American make. Of course, the china
we use has a great deal to do will) the
picture we can make of our dinner. But
to have a real picture, wc need to be as
rearing as possible of dishes, Instead
of being as lavish as In the old days
when vegetables were served In the
little individual bird's bath tub like
dishes too many of them and so many
that the meal became sort of rubbishy.
Avoid the Superfluous.
It must be a large table to have one'
superfluous thing on It, a candle, or
worse, a number of tbem. The bury
ing a table In ribbons and paper flowers
will sometimes rank with the old fash-
and applied to
top ot 3ld
hi.ilV3 (iprs-f n
hill he.;.) which
i? orjwn in
to ourir mk'
n -- i in iu
and. Uttfca !'
MAKING LAMP SHADES.
TIIH I f.i. intii work, an l la
not too difficult for tn wl women
t.l SIl.llipl. The work Itlllat be
sccuratily and i.iniuilv il.iie,
but for all lh.it. II govs r.,,lh .
t'l.t.cUi Iha ah.p and hI.m if ft itnu
and the ci -lorn and tutriuU to be n-' d
la utinit s hanl a tha Miitk Ti m
ar art tinny i-i'Uita, niileru:. snd
linom.itu un ha ihili.ii.lv oiiio
lino mik e hiii.i. , bul lli toi-
11 urn 'll ti n voior tor 4
luht bull, ta mi -Ji . 1 1 la. A l
rtt .f fi- la e i r I H rita
V" 11 'I : I II I oil !-"! li. -'-
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4 ' ts a " l lo I
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l-a am r-a. a-l oi i, 1 a-:a
I tun i a a lii.
ma of f.imilV Inolla Uiaking for the
til: Ttitra tniiiK tiv uu4ly ral
f ir ni'ir limn iiiry iin to, nrpt for
t hildrrlt a p.wtleo Too often liter rP-
rc nt a Ha.io that is a bud raimpl.
Without l.ofi g loo I'urllaiiM', lioiv
nik a plea fur Ilia lati.e wltoae im
ornament 1 tbe f l, and thsl the food
lie iiuiOh itrrottneliUl In Ihe V It la
nkr and rnl. lit i-ook,rg being
Ly far lh ul iitiporlatil of Iti
A writ rmiked no-al sinioai sirvr f
or popirta t li-er preiwnlaUon. thuuglt
ll bit nothing mure IImii bcun and
A lltlle item, giirnered from d
vertinijig smiri i rii entl. nmnrmed
the pica that we ara beginning lo see
the praila that anv good f'Hid repra
scuts, It read "This tnark rartitlM
Ih.il' Iha hc-g iumi from gwxl stm-k,
that II was c-ornfed In outer that ll
might Iw linn and eel I hat ll w
a bairow bog, so that fi inrat would
bu full flsvured and Juicy--Hist It was
a young bug, making the bum thin
skinned and lender, well enniliiloned,
and fnl. Imoirlng Ihe Iran of Ihe bain
10 be Uisty "
Menu lleronilng Mmrlrr.
In this day nf psychological njiilvls
It ought nut to lie hard for u to se
tha bcauiy In fomls. us w ' Ibe
Iwaiity In Una silks and velvei. with
out losing accHind of sn entirely sen
susl Intermt In It. And for any Item
It Is It own nsiive pHlur's iiuhIHIi-
thai are woflh while, rather than sum
nf the dreadful aophinieutlons that are
coming Into Vogue.
At this limn of year III" ppl l
.likely to begin lo be a beautiful thing,
11 ml we rould plan no end of menim,
with modern dmpll' Hy, unlng Ihe apple
somewhere. By the fiy. Ihe best of
modern menus are so Hhoit thst bresl
and butter have lo b Introduced a
Items. t4uppim we take this menu:
Cream i.t C'ir loiie
Rua Ps-S llikeil bfl fiitati"-!
llionr Cjke ailti Wluwied Cruel
(r lake this:
r)llm to NiMi! im
ffnim ol felirr Soup
Put fbiwt of Ihi f M..-iiel I'uUla from M'IJ
A Orteo Haliel
Cut Apple JHIr ''I' c,ff'
There nre a number of ways of frlng
' lug celery. For garnishing, both meal
and salmis, short pieces nrcj fringed at
both e'nds. For celery " Cnniuant." or
celery to nlbblo on, only one end Is
fringed. Hhort lenglh ure mIho split
Into halves or fourth and called
fringed celery. These curl later If
thrown Into lea water for an hour.
Just as do tho cut ends which ara
fringed by making six or eight short
cuts lengthwise at tho rut end. I
think the long split pieces are prettier.
(ream of f'orn Soup.
Allow one half cup of corn, cut from
the cob, heated up in a little milk, for
, each cup of soup made. Allow also,
for each cup of soup, as much salt
pork, cut In dice, as will yield one ta
blespoon of fat when sauleed or fried.
Some onion may be gently sweated In
this fat If this seasoning I desired.
Allow one tablespoon of flour for each
tablespoon of fat and one cup of milk.
Hllr and cook until thick, then add
the hot corn and seasonings, and cook
until well blended. Serve with or with
out straining. liarnlMh with a table
spoon of whipped cream lightly salted.
A bit of paprika may be shaken over
It to flnlh the picture. If the bread
Is crisp rolls, this Is the time in the
meal to eat It with the noup.
Kven the best of cooks evade giving
a definite description for roasting pork,
and perhaps with good reason. If the
oven Is too hot when pork is roasted,
and Jancyotyeedl Work
.I'M,. i ; .l'
aew: - fTtC
Tl fr.tme must be entirely wound
bef ire starting un any oilier wmk. In
winding tie sura to rover the wire
wtier th round and luigth on. a Join.
If tha outieti! H In have w cover that
U put on p jii, - no! pl.i.li'.l the Imti'g
la put In lir -t l.iy it on Iha llnoib- of
the firttn.', lioiil.ni; H' in lai sroun I
th pp wuh .io . lift r 1101.I it,
t m !e al It top, and rut aw ,tr li tvmg
s yoo.1 h,i;f 11 li toi utt.iia tha
11 14 l.i lH-(rard i ci w all annind
(u Ilia t.ip it.i, 1. tlifa! Ilia r W fl.a gn
loMar-U Iha risM a. In Tl lial, fl
t-.u .1 lol anofc-t bit, all-kill pitl 111
( 1 iitUi 4' at) ariMiiol iha aira
at Hi . in Tha aainie ..I I1111I
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x it r
too muh of tha fat eum lit, II
He en I not lint enough Iha maat
la not wholaaaim. ho thai you are!
You hv (g have a general knowladr
of roaaiing. or In IU pluc eedingty
1 food sa-n.
At any rata, the oven must ba hot
al tha itart la heat th nual through
ipili sly. and thn b- haul will main
tun the irmfM-ratur galtwd. A bit
of water may ba put in to start for tha
liquid that ara ued for Ilia baatlng.
and that roust will ba ihe belter for
frrqurnl beating -both mora thorough,
ly rooked and belter seasoned. Halt
and (M-pper may t sprinkled over It
l th lart, iil.fr It haa bn m4 Im
maculate. Vegetables may b used around It for
the srniuinliig, A small puce of loin,
Ihrea pound, with an ovrn )ut hot
rnnugli, and not too bit, wil! require
one hour of rooking, but It ia wife
sia to aJlow god ineuur of tuna
Wand apples and remove stem and
hloaaom. Mske one-hslf Inch slice par
allel lo the end. Have th fat It may
lie hsenn or salt pork fat hot In the
pun and put In ths apples. Immediate
ly li en Ihe heat under th pan. Cook
genily on one l1, turn with the spat
ula or cuka "spade," and conk on th
other. After turning th apples rover
Iha pan so that Ihey will half ateun
dona. This sort of rooking softens the
skin so Unit It will be as tender aa th
pulp, while other sort dry and toughen
It'. If carefully cojiked fried appt
slice ara. pretty and may b piled In
pretty way, overlapping, around a
ros.l of pork as a garnish, a wholly
right garnish bec-aus M edible,
I ream of (Vlery Noup.
Milk thickened with flour alon may
be used aa Iha bai of a cream of cel
ery oii p. Have a rather concentrated
celery stock or wslerlo add to It, that
Is, rook relery In a small amount of
wu'er and use thl water for tha soup.
Or. pound of solid meat chuck
makes a satisfactory piece to cook In
a small Butch oven for four people. If
the larger ovrn or Iron pot Is used a
larger piece of meat must ba pur
rhasvd. After preparing and skewer,
lng meat rub It with flour and sear on
all sides in hot suet or salt pork fal
In tho pot. Five minutes to a side la
not, loo much to give for a desirable
surface and flavor but watch It.
After It Is aeared fry two or threa
onion gently In th kettie. To per
feet tho flavor add two or three clove
of garlic chopped line. Th garlic will
not declare Itself In tbe flnlnhed prod
uct. Then add half a dozen hearts of
celery In four Inch lengths, two car
rot, cut in thin allces, a little green
sweet pepper, and a little green ginger
is excellent and procurable at this time
of year. If you want to use cloves ba
sparing. Three or four whole clove is
enough for tha pound of meat. ' '
More Items may be added, but spar
water If you can. Tbe Juice from the
vegetables and the fat ought to fur
nish liquid enough from which to baste
thls roast frequently while It la cook
ing. If the vegetable ara not present
able when the roast is done, too much
fire ha been used, A tiny bit 'of firs
under a closed hot kettle will do a lot
of work. , .
Cut Apple Jelly,
Apple contains so much pectin that
a stiff Jelly can be made of Its julcaa,
so stiff that it may b cut In square
and served like the candy Jellies or
pastes. Cook fruit slowly, strain It,
add equal measure of sugar, cook over
a low fire until it begin to form large
bubbles, pour into square mold In one
Inch layer. Cut in caramel sized
squares, roll In sugar. The pinker It
is the prettier. Use red cheeked ap
ple skin, core, and all
iiti a to how
atttr the silk, is
1 a i ib
sewd lo center.
stretched lo outer
ediM and pinned
m etac thai biitJ
when th thread la pulled up. Po not
Ink too long stilche. and keep tharo
t ven aa puaaibl.
Whan ready to put .n th frame, the
geargeti is sewed over and over to lb
frame hatwren each king stitch. It I
a particular piaca of work, laying lh
pNtita t lh bottom. Kai h slltcH 41
th tup is accounted for around tha
hoiiom. and m sewing I don until
every pUii haa ttr. n pinurd til Iha
Whrie Iha frame has a deep tuft,
thl la erd U-f ira putting e real
' but hr It U only en ln h 4aap,
lh lop i-.iv. 1 ing is brought djn er
tha tltlla ruff.
(loll or iivr a ihr faney braida
ld f.r nniahlng aroun I th oa
an l H..iuiia. and tha ii ht IratUaa
! M aiaan fna
A petty taoiM for m rixian I
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IKa adaa Willi a wkMa kaaJ fai.
a it aelaa Vol kaif a... 1
hi I t'al ml a hi aa aa ki et.ltjael.
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k.'i-aal tk4 lkva h kial a
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