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Omaha Daily Bee
PAGES NINE TO SIXTEEN.
All The News All The Time
the Be gives Itt readers a dally
panorama of he happenings --
of the whola world.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY G, 1912.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
After All, Mr. Man, It's the Quality and
VUU AJU11 AU. lb.
i a isvm fftatraaMes it a bargain
The Closing Out of the Bennett Stock Offers Matchless, Unparalleled and Never-to-be-Forotten
vjpponunuies ior . nvery Bennett Suit is a buit of CJuahty-Comparison is Especially Invited
.00 for Suits Worth up to $25
pants, worth up
to $7.50, at $3.75,
$2.95, $2.45, $1.95
.95 for Suits Worth up to $55
No, sir, we don't want you to take our word for it. We want von in ast that.
man next to you in the office or; shop where you work, the man you meet in your
place of business or -associate with day in and day out, just what this sale is. It's
a safe bet that he has seen the stock and purchased--or if he hasn't he has a frerA
that has been here and left thoroughly satisfied .with the biggest suit bargain he
ever had in his whole life. Better still, shoo around town and ste what, von n
buy for your money at other clothing stores and then come here and make your
own comparisons. We will be satisfied with the answer. Reinforcements from
the cancelled orders of the Bennett company that we purchased give the sale a
new me ana added vigor lor Saturday's selling.
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The lot of suits at $10, worth to $25, and the lot of suits at $13.95, worth to $35, are for both
young men. I wo and three-piece styles, variously lined and finished as becomes the
Every suit guaranteed strictlv all wool and hand tailored in ti)0Tvnnri- Yn mill i
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other suit bargains, equally attractive in their class, when you come to the store to look at these.
Values up to $10- All New Styles
Excellent 'quality of $2.50
High 'grade sailor hats. uaran
teed rain and dust proof; sennit,
split or fine- Milan straws; $4.00
ife aw S M
and SixUU values,
High grade sennit, split and Milan
straw hats, in the latest summer
1912 shapes; actual Cl CI
$3.00 values, at..........CPl JFJ
Men's English, double
texture" slipon raincoats
. are r priced for quick
clearance as follows--, ;
$13 Values, $9.75
$15 Values. $7.95
straw hats, in a large va
riety of new and wanted Qk C
shapes, Saturday at . . J JC
100 dozen mens light
weight caps, mv'good patterns.
75c values, A C
Men's high grade" collar band shirts in a
large assortment of patterns, values up
to $1.50, Saturday v. . . (J9c
Men's high grade coat shirts with or
without soft collars, .and soft or starch
ed cuffs;' up to $2.00 values,' Satur
day... v ..89c
Men's high grade shirts with soft or
starched cuffs; $2.50 values, Satur
day. . $1,15
Men's high grade silk union suits; $2.00
values, at .................. . S1.15
Sea Island cotton union suits; excellent
quality; $1.50 values:'...; 89c
Men's Sea Island cotton union suits; $1
values, at (J9C
Men's fine Balbriggan shirts and draw
ers that Bennetts priced up to 75c, Sat
Men's Porosknit union suits; Saturday
at .....45c to 89c
Men's fine stainless half hose, 15c val
ues, the pair at , ,7c
Men's silk hose; fine quality; regular
price 35c, sale price. . . . . . 19c
Men's pure silk hose in all colors; 50c
values, at .... . . , .29c
Men's hose supporters, 25c values, 15c
foRKIN BROTHERS COMPANY, Successor to"
$10 Values. $4.95
16TH AND HARNEY STREETS
o vera lls$ 1.00
valtiei, at 85c !
85c valueit at
75c j 80c val
and Selected Recipes
".; . Iced Cantaloupes.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit served with
. 4 DINNER.
Cream of Lettuce Soup.
Hungarian Chicken. RIced Potatoes.
Steamed Cherry Pudding.
. Egg Supreme. Finger Rolls.
Mocha Cake. Ginger Ale.
Boll asparagus until tender, then allow
to cool. Dress with the following sauce:
; Put into pan a teaspoonlul of salt, a
Rood pinch of freshly ground pepper, and
t a, tablespoonful of tarragon vinegar.- Stir
this all together till the salt ia perfectly
1 dissolved, then work into the mixture
. three tablespoonfula of the best olive oil,
' and use when thoroughly amalgamated.
This is excellent with cold asparagus.
Moisten a heaping tablespoonful corn
fttarca in a little cold water. Add one
cup boiling water; atlr over fire and let
boll two or three minutes. Add one tea
spoonful butter, one cup sugar and take
from fire when slightly cool. Add one
egg well beaten and juice and grated
rind of one lemon. Bake with one crust
Beat white of one egg for top and yolk
may be used in pie.
81ft carefully three cups of flour, three
heaping teaapoonf uls of baking powder,
one and one-half teaspoonfuls - of sugar,
one-half teaspoonful of salt Put three
teaspoonfuls of butter and one of lard
Into flour until thoroughly mixed; then
add enough milk to make a dough (not
too stiff). Roll out In a thin sheet, but
ter, fold over and bake the same as bis
cuit, about twenty minutes. When done,
split and fill with plenty of strawberries
and powdered sugar. Place top on and
serve with cream. :
Mix together four bananas and four
well sweetened oranges and an equal
amount of pineapple, cut in slices. Place
on lettuce leaves and garnish with can
died cherries, English walnuts and al-
Hayden's Meat Dept.
The. price of meat cut in two as is shown by the fol
. lowing prices:
- Pork Roast, per lb 8V2C
Mutton Legs, per lb. gc
Mutton Boast, per lb. .5c
Mutton or Lamb Chops, 3 lbs. for .25c
Mutton Stew, 12 lbs 25c
Beef Roast 1QC gc
Sirloin Steak, per lb J5C
Porterhouse. Steak, .per lb. 15C
Shoulder Steak, per lb. 1QC
Boiling Beef, per lb gc
No. 1 Hams , jgc
Corn Beef ..5c
Bacon, per lb 120
Picnic Hams, per lb iQc
Ground .Bone Dust, 10 lbs. for 25c
HAYDEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
monds. Pour over all a dressing made of
the Juice of one lemon, three tablespoon
fula of sugar and three spoonfuls water.
Stir the dressing over the fire until the
sugar dissolves. When it is cold pour It
over the salad.
Beat the whites of two eggs until stiff
and add gradually, beating constantly
one-half cup of granulated sugar, beating
until the mixture will hold its shape.
Cut and fold in the remaining sugar,
one-quarter teaspoonful of vaniiia and
three tablespoonfula of shredded cocoa
nut Shape with a tablespoon or pastry
bag and tube on wet board covered with
letter paper. Bake' thirty minutes in a
. Froated Ham.
The ham must be boiled, cooled, and
all superfluous fat removed; then roll
and sift very hard crackers, and rub
over ham. Spread evenly and smoothly
.! WU ornamental frosting, and garnish
ui ornamental frosting forced through
a pastry bag and tube. Remove to platter
nu garnisn wun lettuce-leaves, water
crass, paper frills, and a skewer stuck
with two ptmolas and a piece of truffle.
I.nncheoa Ice (ream Coffee.
Pour out coffee remaining In pot, chill
thoroughly, dilute with cream, and
sweeten to taste. Serve in tall glasses,
allowing one tablespoonful of vanilla
ice cream to each glasa.
Melt four squares ot unsweetened
chocolate n a small saucepan placed in
a larger saucepan ot boillns water. Add
one and three-fourths ounfula nt fi
granulated sugar and one-eighth tea
spoonful of salt, and stir until thoroughly
blended; then pour on gradually, while
stirring constanly, one and one-half cup
tula of boiling water. Place saucepan
Pig Pork Boast .... 8?c
Steer Pot Roast 8V2C, 7V2C
Steer Steak. , . . , lOV'C
Young -Veal Roast i()c
Lamb Legs lOC
Lamb Chops , , jq.
Pork Butts uc
Cudahy 's Rex Bacon Qc
No. 1 Hams 13 C
Dressed Chjcken lOV'C
Money-Saving Grocery Department
19 lbs. cane sugar .' $1.00
Public Pride flour. 91.35
3 large cans tomatoes 2So
Soups lOo and SSo
Bulk Starch. 3 lbs 10c
Publio Special Coftee 40o
3 lbs. $1 oo
Best Japan Tea ......40c and 50e
Fa ton's Gas Roasted Coffee ..65c
Upton's Tea 50c aad COs
Baker's Cocoa. ........ &6o aa4 aoo
tie Postum spa
Carnation or Pet Milk, 10c size. 2
5c size, 7 for B5o
Corn Flakes, per pkg 6o
6c oil sardines, 8 for 25o
10c mustard sardines, 4 for ....SSo
Corn, 4 ior 85c'
.. ; w 'fcpas.:etti, 2 for ..15c
' t"s. ..... . S5o
i'Mney Beans or Pork ana Beans,
2 for . .' ibo
Package Creamery Butter SSo
Best Eggs aoo
..u..ir: ar olives or Pickles ..19o
and 3 P.M.
Hie "Happy-Home" Brest!
Buttcr-Nut Bread on the table brings a smile of
anticipation to the faces of all. ......
For father, mother and the little ones all know
that it "tastes like more." ""W
And it ought to, for
New England Bakery
represents a combination of the purest IneredWs sdenHfin-iT.
mixed by an exclusive process, and haW.d
right touch of crispness in massive ovens. .
you? iaml" ."sake8 BU"er-Nut' Wto
All grocers have It S and 10 cento the loaf but
insist on seeing the Butter-Nut label. ,oar-t .;
MADE BY NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
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containing mixture In direct contact with
range, onng to tne Doiung-point, and let
boil five mlnutea.. Cool, and . add ona
teaspoonful of vanilla.
To Cleanae Plaao Krya.
Rub them with a little alcohol aDolled
with a soft rag.
Roast Slioailder of Pork. -
Have tne bone removed from thn nnrk
tnat the space may be filled with a dress
ing of sago and onion or one made of
bread crumbs and ihree tablespoonfuli
oi melted butter and a largo apple,
chopped fine. Roll up and tie with a
string. Place in a dripping pan. Hub
salt, pepper and grated rind of a lemon
over the scraped top and then squeeze
the Juice of b len-.or. avtr :L T;ake with
even heat A plain broT,-n icravv irsr
be made by pouring the grease from thf j
rcast drippings and utilising the meat
Juices In the bottom of the pan.
To Shorten GlnRrrbrrad. '
Try using sausage fat to shorten ginser
bread. When gingerbread Is done put on
a thin layer of frosting and you will be
fu-rrl.fd iow auch more delicious !t
wUl be. . .
THE BREAKFAST COF
will be enjoyed by all of
the family if it's
One and ona half pound
GRAND UNION TEA CO.
Phone Red 1775. -
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