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TIIE OMAHA DAILY REE: SATURDAY,
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The Right Suit for You is Here at Brandeis All Ready for You to Slip on and Approve It is
the Suit that Fits You Properly that Fills Every Requirement in Point of Style, Quality and
Long Service It is the Spring Suit that Saves One-Half Your Clothes Money.
Clothes f or Men
You'll want that new suit tomorrow because it's past the middle of
March and high time for the new season's clothes Sunday is St.
Patrick's day, too. You can't greet spring properly in an old suit.
Brandeis offers Spring Suits in the height of 1907 style, made by
tne best tailors and right up to
the very minute in every fea
ture new browns, greys and
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THE DEST HAND-TAILORED CLOTHES FOR MEN
.Sensible young chaps and middle-aged men, too, who know what style and quality count
for in their clothes, chooe these suits in preference to the merchant tailors. Why! Because
the ROQERS-PEET CLOTHES equal tho most expensive tailors' make IN EVERY WAY.
IIirsh-"Wickwire and Stein-Bloch clothes at Brandeis, too. Smart spring styles, all of them
S17.50-S19-S21-S22.50 and S25
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The New Spring Arrivals
Made by workmen who know all about making
boys' clothes properly. Our spring stock is
more complete than ever. Better, more stylish
olothes than ever before.
Practical Suits for Boys
Built for Spring School Wear that means hard oat-
door service these knee pants
suits will stand It and they'll
look well all the time
Fashionable Spring Suits for Boys
Buster Browns, Russians, Sailors, Norfolks, etc. all the
very latest styles and highest class fabrics suits that
delight every mother "T Q O J CP
prices are special at. JJO allQ
Spring's High-Class Novelties
You can't find better, manlier or more becoming Clothes
for the little fellows. The newest spring arrivals styles
are handsome and very becom- "j rf Up ft no
lng. Best boys' clothes made. ... I tJv to JJO
You can't buy.
than the famous
T h e Hlrsh-Wickwlre
and the Steln-Bloc'i
Clothes simply becau
Can't Be Made
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iH- fA$A ii men's I
S ( MylV Si Shi'r,s for sP"n I !
$ V nt&Silii II 1 Manhattans, Wellingtons and Eu-0 t
S ei "y V i n&a new pleated bosoms, ttc, a
Mf. A 98c $3
O Vu'JJ ' S Men's fl.oa negligee CH. H C
V ' 3 spring shlrta, at 1
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P Special Items of Interest in A
DEPT. TOR SATURDAY
OOl LEADER Dellclou As
sorted Chocolates and Don
Dons, packed la neat p
Easter boxes- ' S.iO.
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Ttipno nr rtelirlouii. Itlin
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tfr lwyg mild at 40o
pound peolal, pound.
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sk Kiioes are i iney re tness:
best shoes that ever sold
wool shirts and panta.
Spring Neck our Newest
our Newest pat- O
rth of com- J'
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fi thia city for $3.50-11 the men-s slso gixves at tsc
H best selected leathers ajfeO An samples for dress and street
S n , ii xi ii Pis wear London smoka. tans,
Cj an new . biyies uti u browns or white.
H sizes and all widths.
8 dollars' ?S
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MEN'S SPRING OVERCuATS
NEW IIAINPUOOF COATS
You'll need a Spring Overcoat this season if you
want to bo well dressed and comfortable. The new
styles are very dressy. Every man.
Ji! fihfiuln hflVA n rrn'fnAttft it is ritrlit
Wtftfffl J n season eveiT ay m tlie year
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o Headquarters for Osborn Railroad n
and Engineer Olores, 8o toD
Ethel Levey's Moon Song
ijj "Under the Tropical Moon", fea
?3 tured by Miss Levey, late of Geo.
Call at Oar Mask Drpt sad Gel a
"Paddy" Button lor SL Pitriek'a Bay
This Jolly Irish Intermezzo will be featured by all
orchestras on St. Patrick s Day and
at all the dances. To supply the
demand we have purchased 6,000
copies, special, at.
TLrue,rice and the Girl
Don't You N Tell. Waning Honey
moon, I Don't Like Your Family,
Thursday is My Jonah Day and
old at 40o pr
pound Saturday apeolal. X fC
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lnc Chi pa at StXJC
Saturday Nijht Specials
8 Till 10 P. M. Basement
pound . .
Don't fall to visit our new 10c
Candy Counter. Tou will And a va
riety of 80 kinds of dallolous confec
tions, 10c pound.
Specials for Saturday
Big- sale of Table Olansware. Kao- 1
tory sample line of Plain and Fancy
OlaiBware, larire piece.
Water Pitcher. Fruit Bowls, utter
uinnea, eic., worm up 10
Sale of das Portables' and Eleotrle R
Portables to per cent discount. Q
Vamoy Teee Sale It per eent die-
count on every Vaae in etook. All 0
new' goods. Bj
Basement and Mala Floor.
In Imported ornaments nuster
Browns. Animals, Japs, Sailors, in
al&na, cats, etc., aiso
Novelty Pin Cushions,
worth up to 25c each, at
eacn . . . .
h V J rTT Y1TT $
Visit Our Expert Optician in y
(FRESH VEGETABLES SCARCE
'.Market Bulls Offer Elkht Arraj for the
-' Sunday Dinner.
J " ,NEW PEAS CFFERtO AT FANCY P3ICES
'Appearance at This Tins avat Enooar
taar - SI n, as It Indicates
Plentiful Supply Within
av Verr Ptw Davy a.
There has been a cuarolty of fresh vege.
tables this week and in consequence the
local market has not the variety nor the
quantity that might be expected at this
time of year. Shipments from the south
have commenced again, however, and a few
more days promise to see the market up to
New peaa were In the market Friday
morning, but their development Is scarcoly
sufficient to recommend them, especially at
16 cents a quart The pods are small and
Bat, but their appearance at ail la en
couraging, for It marks the beginning. Wax
beans are only 16 cents a quart this week
and are better looking1 than they Were.
String beans are 16 and 0 cents a quart
and are not plentiful. Aaparagus Is ZS o nta
a bunch and egg plant of exceptionally
large viae sells from 35 to 40 cents each.
Water creas is U cents a box. rhubarb 10
cents a bunch'. Green peppers are larger
and much better and sell three for 36 cents.
Cauliflower; Is K and 36 eenta a head and
cabbage S, cents a pound. New beets, rad
ishes, onions, turnips, parsnips, carrots and
parsley are S cents a bunch. The larger
'new turnips are selling for 10 cents a dosen.
New potatoes are very much larger and
better and sell three pounds for Z5 rente.
Artichokes are K cents each. Old potatoes
sell from S6 cents to U a bushel and sweet
potatoes from 40 to 60 cents a bushel. They
are fine a ad large and of good flavor.
Omaha received ts first full carload of
Florida celery this week and It ts of excep
tional quality, being superior to the Call
fornla product. 'It retails at 10 cents a
stalk. Head lettuce sells for .10 and 15
cents a head, but Its quality makes up for
the price. Leaf lettuce Is 6 cents a head.
Only a few. strawberries were In market
Friday morning and they were not of Ihe
best quality. The berries were small., and
though of beautiful color, were not sweet.
Oranges have gone up In price again, hav
ing raised 50 cants' a box wholesale over
last' week's price. .This brought the retail
price .up a little and the best sell for 40
and 60 cents a doaen. Lemons are 20 cents
a dosen. Orape fruit looks decidedly bet
ter than It did a little while ago. but It Is
about gone, and the next will come from
California. It sells for 10 and 12H cents
each, but the fruit Is not as large as It
was. All sorts of apples at almost as many
different prices are In market. A good
eating apple sells from 40 to GO cents a
peck and cooking apples for 25 and 30
cents a peck. "
Several of the grocers have been making
special prices on sugar of late, some selling
as high as twenty-one pounds for $1. The
average Is seventeen and eighteen pounds
for $1 and "C" sugar Is the same price.
- figgs were 18 cents a dozen Friday morn
ing, and only one grade, the best, Is being
quoted. Butter continues to bring 36 cents
a pound for the package creamery and
from I to SO cento tor the dairy, which la
every bit as good In every respect
Poultry Is about the same as It haj
been. Chickens are 12 and 14 cents a pound,
ducks H cents, geese 14 cents, capons :'.)
cents, and turkey 80 and22 cents a pound.
Broilers are 60 cents each and squaba from
26 to 60 cents eachT
The offering of the flith market is very
good. Iobters are ' a little hiRhf r than
they were and sell from 60 to 66 cents a
pound. line nhad are $1 and bitrk Bha 1 CO
cenls each and welsh about three pounds.
Catfish are IS cents a pound, Mack bissJ
cents, fresh mackerel 18 cents, pike ' 13
cents and trout 16 cents a pound. Fresh cut
fish steaks are 16 cents a pound.
Now Is the time to make your want
known through The Bee Want Ad page.
The only form of food made
from wheat that is all nutri
ment is the soda cracker, and
yet-r-the only soda cracker of
which this h really true i3
LABELS TELL JI1E TRUTH
eoda cracker scientifically
soda cracker effectually
soda cracker ever fresh,
crisp and dean,
soda cracker good at all
lit a dust tight,
moisturg proof packaz.
NATIONAL EUCUIT; COMPANY
frank Expressions Found on Canned Goods
a Betultof Tood Law.
DECEPTION NOT P0SS BlE LONGER
Mrs. Provident May Easily Determine
"Jnat What' She Is Burins; and Can
Make a Good Sunday Dinner
from Left Overs.
Be sure and read the labels on your
cans of fruit and vegetables, in talking
about the working of the pure food law
recently with a merchant he took down
a can of petit pois from France and tho
last line of the label stated "colored with
sulphite of copper," and so now . we are
officially Informed that the dainty little '
French peas with their very natural color
which .we delighted to uso when we de
sired something ntce get that ' fine color
from sulphite of copper, a poison! Not
enough to poison us seriously with ono
dish, perhaps, but If often used to bo an
Irritant to the digestive organs and In
time to work serious Injury. So if we
wapt to have some specially fine peas to
nil our tlmbale cases, or to serve with a
crown roast, we must read the label and
be sure they are not colored with sulphite
of copper. We must also loarn the lesson
from this fact that tho country which un
derstands best the art of preparing deli
cate things for tho table knows-of no way
to make the articles look like the fresh
vegetable except to use mineral poisons,
so we have learned that tho process of
cookery Inevitably changes the color and
must be content to xacrldce appearance to
hcalthfulness and take our peas a little
lees green and beautiful.
Cream Ileromr Milk.
Another can of a Well known brand of
"condensed cream", hud pasted over the
label at the lower corner a little extra
slip covering tho word cream with mint
and adding "to conform to the.pura food
law." There's another piece of Informa
tion for you, and to a degree those who
demand certain things In foods are re
sponsible for the fraud which Is thus
exposed and corrected. The eating world
generally want cream, aa much cream as
possible, not even "top of tha milk" wljl
satisfy them, although It Is doubly, per
haps trebly richer than the whole milk,
because the cream being tha lightest part
of the milk begins to rise at once and
gather In the milk at the top, so the man
ufacturers of condensed milk, to aatlify
this demand at the price people were
willing to pay, put in a little butter color
and the condensation making It look
thicker and more like cream In lis pure
state, and the color increasing tha de
ception, they called it cream and the pub
lic readily accepted It. Now they have
to state the exact contents and the resulH
In this case la milk which Is really
healthier for us In most cases than cream,
especially "cream" as "made up" for us
by the trade.
I see for Left Over.
Nowhere does the art of cookery appear
to so great advantage and conduce to such
a satisfying state of mind In the cook
artist as in the use of all those bits of
food that remain after a meal, too good
to throw away and yet whltjh, setting In
the rerrigerator, do not look as If they
would ever make a palatable dish, tempting
to both eye and palate. But a French
lira. Piovldem would conooot a rechauffe
which would, when tastefully dished, make
her gutsts Imagine they had some rare
and costly viand, bought at great ex
pense. And while American Mrs. Pro
Ulom may not use so euphonious a name
for her dishes, and the Irreverent may dub
them "left-overs," or even "resurrection
dishes." she will substitute a better title
than hash, and will have 'Something for
luncheon or tea equalling if not rivaling
her French sisters.
First of all she will understand that all
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Sommer Bros. BALDUFF
m -o- en
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A "P i z t r " II ;
Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz 17c
Creamery Butter, per lb 82c
Walter Baker's Chocolate, lb., S3c
Saratoga, Makes, 2. pkgs ..... 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits, pkg. 10r
One Half Spring Lamb. . . . .$1.50
EXPONENTS OF GOOD LIVING
28th and Farnam Sts.
sUslrl I m SsfcyJi asrjtirtlU
meats and most other foods except those
containing mostly starch should only be
nested, not cooked again, as a second
cooking renders them indigestible and do
st roys the flavor.
In Mrs. Provldem'a Cupboard.
6o, like old Mother Hubbard, she will go
to her cupboard before going to market,
and there she will tlnd some of the re
mains of that veal of the Sunday dinner
a half can of tomatoes which had been
turned out of the can In an earthen bowl,
that the combination of tin, acid and to
mato and oxygen of the air should not
form an Irritant poison; a, pint of milk,
some of the tougher parts of a bunch of
coUry, the tender hearts of which had
been used as a salad the day before; a
portion of the baked flsli which had oeen
the I-enen dinner The trip to the mar
ket added potatoes, Spanish onions, a
package of good American macaroni, (a
trip to Italy having made Mrs. Provldem
somewhat distrustful of the high sounding
Italian national food), half a dosen ba
nanas, the skins of which had just begun
; Let no food impair the powers
of the stomach. 1 Eat
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
which is the most perfect food
for the brain workers, clergy
men, lawyers, merchants, grow
ing children, and the muscle
working classes. M
IO cents a package.
For by all Grocer.
Gold Medal Chocolates fill every
requirement of the pure food, laws
and are leaders among the high
grade confections. They are the
product of our own manufacture.
Thousands of pounds have been
sold because of their superior qual
ity and moderate price.
As a pretont they are unequalled.
Not only are tho chocolates good,
pure and delicious, but the boxes
are neat and handsome, and the
name on them Is a guarantee that
the sweets are the best.
Price per pound, only.
. 1618-20 Farnam Street.
to bear the black spots which indicated
their ripeness. x
Her Sunday fllnn.r.
And this la how sns made use of the
Potato Paste: Run the remains of the
cold veal through the coarse blade of the
food chopper, boll half a dosen potatoes
In their Jackets, because of so doing tha
salts of the potatoes, which help to digest
them, and at the same time give to the
eater the necessary materials for building
in the body bone, teeth, hair and nerves
will be retained; when well "cooked pour
off the water and let the potatoes steam
dry, peel quickly, mash, add a rounding
tublespoon of. butter, salt, a well beaten
egg, and then knead In- as much flour as
the mixture will take without cracking.
Roll out long and narrow, lay the minced
meat along the center and roll up, fastening
the potato together with a little egg. Brusb
over with egg beaten with water and bake
In a hot oven until a light brown color.
Observe that it docs not hurt the digestive
qualifies of the potato to be cooked again,
as potato is almost entirely starch, but
the meat in the center, whloh la largely
albumen, will be only heated through, fterve
with tomao sauce.
Tomato Sauce: Put the half can of toma
toes over the Are In a stew pan, with a bit
of bay leaf, large as a penny, a level tea
spoon of salt, a saltapoon paprika or white
pepper, a slice of onion and cook slowly
ten minutes, then rub through a sieve and
pourr stirring. Into a tablespoon each of
butter and flour, wuick have beea rubbed
" " 19 WE DO IT EVERY TIME
Under sell the lowest quick sales and email profits Is our method
of business, and we certainly succeed In doing so.
Good Steak, per lb So t Boiling Beef, per lb 3Ve
Sirloin Steak, per lb lOo I Rib Roast, per lb., 10c to So
When we say we save you from 20 to 40 cents on the dollar we
don't bluff, we give you our prices In plain figures.
Bread, one loaf So I Two-layer Cakes, any flavor .....lSo
... ... . . ,,. AAm I Three-layer Cakes, any flavor . ...84o
Cookies, all kinds, per dds. ...... .80 Cream p'uBi( wUi, whipped oream.
Pies . ....So I per doien Sao
Biscuits. It's dainty.
crisp and delicious, 15o pkg Bo
1 lbs. Dure cane Granulated Sugar
50-lb. sack Purity Flower, every sack
guaranteed or your money back, 9o
X-Celo, per pkg. (1 fine tea spoon
Grape-Nuts, per pkg ,. ...10o
Fancy whole Jap Hice. per lb Sa
This Is only a few of our low
Ginger Snaps, Oyster and Soda Crack
ersfresh and crisp, per lb 6a
Fancy Currants, per pkg. , THo
Gelatine, per pkg , ...S
Fancy American Full Cream Cheese,
per lb "Ho
Fancy large, fat, Mackerel, each THo
Sweet Pickles, per dos Bo
Tooth Picks, double pointers, hard
wood, polished, 10c pkg lo
Trade with us and saw the difference. '
THE LANGE GROCERY COMPANY
Telephone, Douglas 1380. 24th and Cuming S freer'.
IO.OOO Free Saturday lO.OOO
For every leaf of the shamrock, just repeat our address once thats
all we ask,. . . , 1
Incidentally we are offering some tempting prices:
"Early Times" Whiskey, 8 years old (full quart bottle) .$1,00
Per gallon, only 53.0O
High Class California Wines, per quart 75c, 60c and. ........ .35
Per gallon $2.50, $2.00 and -8150
U1GIIKHT QUALITY LOWEST PRICES
RELIABLE LIQUOR MERCHANTS
121 N. 10th St., Opposite Post Office
Phone Douglas 1148
together, and when well mixed, put on the
stove and stir until thickened. '
The celery and onions went to make;
Celery Onions: Boll 8panlsh onions until
tender, remove centers and Oil cups so
made, with celery, which has been cut up
line, cooked In water to cover until tender,
then mixed with a white sauce made of
half a eup of water, in which the celery
was cooked and half milk. If any celery
and sauce remains, pour round the onions
In a bake pan, set In a slow oven and
reheat. The hearts of the onions can be
used another day for soup soublse.
of Ik Artichoke.
Italian artichokes look mors like a Power
than a vegetable. The taste for them, like
a fondneas for olives, la believed to be a
matter of education. They are aa peculiar
In taste as In appearance, and the slightly
aromatlo "bite" they give the tongue Is
disagreeable to some eaters. In Italy they
are cheep. la the United States they are
absurdly dear at certain seasons, costing
about It cents each at this season. But the
fact that they are considered correct for a
swell luncheon will always assure their
popularity, as was Illustrated at a luncheon
party not long ago. A hostess had invited
twelve guests and during luncheon she re
marked that she hoped every one was
fond of artichokes, as hef daughter had
Insisted on an artichoke course, as It was
considered Very ohic. She further volun
teered that she considered It very extrava
gant, as she paid to cents a piece for them.
So she didn't have the heart to eat them,
even If she had loved the "bristly" things.
The guests - were evidently fond of the
"bristly things," as they swallowed their
half dollar's worth all the more seatfully
for tha naive remark.
Alabama, Marderer Htattd.
MOBILE, Ala., March lS.-Andrew
Thomas, white, was hanged here today for
the murder of his wife lu May last.
AN OLD and WELL-TRIED REMEDY
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