Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 22, 1913, Page 9, Image 9

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    TUB OMAHA, KAITKIUY, MAKCII
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Easter Dinner
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MEAT PRICES ADVANCING
Beef Goes Up Two Cents and Lambs
Are Very High.
OEANQES ARE ALSO AWAY UP
2krn for fSnstrr AVIII lip Twenty
Cent it Diiitrn lint trr Dropped
n Cent nnil Cheenc
Two ntn.
mr
ffinner Menu
and Tested Recipes
ivLKKvntlnn for the Hit fit rr TnMr
ih3 should bo tho dominating features
ofjkaster dinners, luncheons or what
evr special fenst marks the passing from
tnamcager regime of Ient to the Kind-
.some ttmo of rich plentlfulncss. Special
flovijers, frultR and vegetables at this sea
.ppB.Tnako It feasible to mark the change
lnfft peculiarly attractive manner.
ftluBsy willows will give tho right toueh
twine lives far enough north to get them
. solato In tho season. Tho blossoms of
fruit trees apple?, pearlies, pears and
plums make extremely beautiful Kastor
decorations, and tho florists anticipate
inaiuro sufficiently to provide them at
tfils time. Kqunlly beautiful are flower
ting shrubs, such .is lilac, syrlnga Japonlca
"Sid the like, which the accommodating
TlGrfai Alkn linn In nlnlr nnn- ti.a ...m.
uuaunuuiu ui mi nowcrs ior decorations
d therefore tho most desirable are the
Bulbous plants, like tho narcissus, tho
-v.., juiuiuii, iim irenui. ino
(hyacinth, the Iris and, abovo all, the Illy.
Beautlfut as are the pure whlto lilies,
jjirmny porsons prefer not to use them he
.cause they have become so hackneyed.
There Is a turning to colored lilies of
.-various sixes this season; flaming red
tones, yellow ones nnd some that are
,,Btrlped or spotted. There Is one thing to
e remembered about thn una nt
no must necessarily have a somewhat
unnai arangement if they are nd
mime. mis mav IJO obvlntpil tn i .-.L,
extent ty usim? (hum in ....... ki ..... l.
some other scasonablo flower.
Tempting Din he.
-v .u.,,0.0 uuimpes iane soma
small slices of bread that have been
previously toasted and thoroughly but
tered and spread them with caviare.
Serve with a bit of cress and with lemon
cut In fanciful designs.
Carrot Soup-Wash and grate enough
carrots to fill a' quart measure. Add this
to two quarts of soup stock and season
with salt, pepper and a small onion. Let
It come to a boll and simmer for an
hour. Thicken with a little butter .and
flour rubbed together and boll for five
minutes. Strain the soup and add a pint
of cream, to which has been added the
yolks of four eggs. Tho soup must not
boll after tho eggs are added, but should
ba served Immediately.
Fillet of Chicken-Put the breasts and
first and second Joints of two young
chickens In a saucepan and cover with
water In which Is an onion. When the
chlckon Is soft take it from tho stock.
Also remove tho onion. Thicken he
stock with threo tablespoonfuls of butter
rubbed up with flour and as soon as this
comes to a boll add a half cup of cream
and tho yolks of three eggs. Season and
pour over the chicken.
Glazed Sweet Potatoes-Cut In thick
slices cold boiled sweet potatoes and
season with salt and pepper. Dip the
slices In melted butter, to which .as
heon added two tablespoonfuls of sugar,
and cook for ten or twelve minutes In a
hot oven.
Boiled asparagus should be cooked In
Raited water from twenty minutes to half
nn hour. It may be served with melted
butter or with a sauce made by mixing
a llttla cream with the beaten yolkB of
two eggs and cooking In a double boiler
until thick, adding a little butter, pepper
and salt Just as it Is to bo served.
Cheese eggs are mado by mixing a enn
of grated cheese with a scant tablespoon
ful of flour, a little salt and a dash of
cayenne pepper with the beaten whites of
two eggs, then shaping them into the
form of eggs, rolling In fine crumbs and
frying in butter. Serve on a folded na;
kin. Orange Baskets Billed with Jelly with
a sharp-pointed knife cut out a pieco from
each side of the top half of an orange, so
a.8 to leave a Btrlp for the hand'c to the
lower half, thus forming a basKe.. Tiu
pulp can easily be removed. Make Jelly
from this and fill the baskets, or Mmo
other flavoring of Jelly may be used U
preferred.
I.lly Iitinclipnn.
A Illy luncheon may be carried out tn
green and white. It may be bettjr to us
a pot of white hyacinths or sonvi;hlng -if
that sort for a centerpiece, as lilies are
too tall to bo managed well for the pur
pose. Tho lilies muy then bo made w
radiate from this centurplece. This is
especially pretty for a round table. Therj
is table, linen that comes with a hand
some Illy design, and this may appropri
ately be used for tho illy luncheon if
one vises a cloth at all. LJttle busku.s
filled with painted eggs make a pjcasiiii:
novelty. The menu given is suggestive
and can be abridged or added to -r modi
fied according to taste and circumstanced.
spring not! p.
Shad Roe With jytilte Sauce.
Cucumber Strips.
Broiled Birds on Toast.
Creamed Potatoes and Peas.
Mint Sorbet. Mixed Salad.
Pistachio Ice Cream, White Cake.
Fruit. Coffee.
Spring soup Is made by using a founda
tion of clear stock and putting into it a
fw vegetables out Into small, fancy
shapes, or bits of green salads.
Baked Shad Ttoo With Cream Sauce
Boll the roe for about ten minutes In
water which has been salted, and then
place In cold water for about the sama
time. Put two tablespoonfuls of flour
Into some melted butter n a stewpan and
stir until brown; then nour In gradually
a large cupful of milk, stirring all the
time. Season and let it come to a boll.
Pour part of it over the roe and keep
the rest fpr basting. The roe should be
baked for about three-quarters ef an
hour, being: basted every li minutes
Juit before the roe Is to be taken from
the oven pour over It any of the sauce
that remains.
Cut a cucumber lengthwise Into strli
Mid 1st them stand for half an hour In
told water; then dry thein and servt:
rtfh TVni.)i tl rmn r, IT
All meats have advanced tn price dur
ing the last two weeks, lleef has taken
on a 2-cent Increase, mutton has gono tip
1 cent and lambs are now at almost pro
hibitive prices. Ham Is the cheapest
meat that can be bought and for the best
grade It is selling nt IT',4 cents a pound
Horequarters of lamb sell at 75 cents and
hindquarters at $1.41. Chickens are IS
and 10 cents a pound wholesnle. Young
chickens will sell fur 3t cents retail.
Pork loins lire 15V4 cents u pound nud htot
loins hit IS cents.
Storms In the west ate given as tho
reason for the advance In meat prices.
Cattle raisers are not shipping their
stock to murkct. Neither are there many
chickens being shipped In, this bolus the
season when hens begin to make profits
by laying. Kggs are cheaper, but the
price is still being held up by the cold
weather. Kggs for Kustcr will sell nt 20
cents a dozen.
Butter lias dropped a cent and. retails
for 37 cents a pound. Cheese also is
cheaper, having declined another 2 cents
this week. The best cheese may be had
for 20 cents a pound.
Homo vegetables have gone up. Cauli
flower, which Bold two weeks ago for
$iS5 a crate, imw sells forftkO. The re
IhII price Is "4 to 10 rnits a pound ,
Tomatoes are 10 .Mft.tav a- pound. Cucu-n- .
hers are 10 cents each Atlier vegetable.!
are at the same figures.
OiHiiges tills voar are double the,
pnte of a yeaVarfo. The freeze tn (al
tlornla is said to be the caust- of the
scarcity. O'anges- linve advanced 10
cents a dozen --within- thp tnst week!
and now 11 nt from 20 to 40 cents I
. i
Lemons, too, nave gone up Tiu-y are
30, ?S and 40. cents, a doieti when for
merly they eold for IB. So mid 36 cents a
dnxen. Albert' King, , manager (ft Hit'
den Brother' grocery.1 department, jitys
'oranges and lemons will ml m nee further
in price within, su week.
ASH. .BASIS;
MO CREDIT
In the secret of tho wldo popularity of
Bath's Market. Js'o credit moans no loan
from bud accounts, no expense of book
keeping, collecting, to be mado up by
substituting Inferior quality. Wo pay
cuxh for our meats nnd sell far cash,
and no delivery. Thut's why we (an sell
only, choice meats for the same or loH
tlmn we would have to charge for In
ferior mejitH If we conducted n credit
business like other dealers.
Wo make and specialize In Home
Cured Hams and Macon, IlMinn Rendered
l.nnl and nil klndM of Homo Made Sau
sage. Wc know them to tip the very
best on f.lio Omaha mnrket Choice
Home Pressed Chicken
Jos Bath's
Cash Market
1931 Farnain,
Tel. pong. 8984,
12Ho
19o
Hindquarters Kmnb I Chickens, lb.
Korcqnarters hiiiiit) 69o FYenh Kggs. dozen
PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Green Trading' Stamps Given
Pork Boasts, lb. . . 10?io
Lamb Chop., lb. ...loo
Beef Boll, lb SUo
Choice Steer Steak 12lo
Choice Veal Steak 13 40
3-lb. pall Lard 390
S-lb. pall Lard 49o
10-lb. pall Lard 37o
D. C. Bucon 16i4o
D. C. Cal. Hams . .13
D. C. No. 1 Skinned
Hams- 164o
Salt Pork 100
Liver, lb 5o
Butterine. lb 134c
Creamery Butter . .39c
2S lbs. cane sugar 31.00
With lb. best Japan Tea
at Sao
30c pkg. coffee . . . .333
40c pkg coffee . . . .370
Go pkg. matches . . .34c
10c pkg. Com Flakes So
10c pkg. raisins ... .Go
10c prunes, lb 5o
75c sacks Flour ....59c
lfic cans salmon ....9o
20c cans plums 80
20c cutis pears 9o
4 10c cans lye, corn, peas,
hominy, pumpkin, mus
tnrd, sardines .... 350
14 burs Swift soap 3So
Choice onions, peck 10c
Choice Potatoes, bu. 55o
XXXX best flour 91.05
10 lbs. oatmeal 350
N. Y. Cream Cheese. It).,
at 17 Ho
21c cans cocoa 180
2Tc Ituniford baking
powder 190
6 lbs. Chili Beann . .3So
10c bottles pickles . .50
lOo pkg. cornstarch .4o
3 cans oil sardines . lOo
Mncaronl or spaghetti,
nt 74o
MA II, ORDERS SAMS PRICES. WRITE FOB PRICE LIST.
BOSTON MARKET & GROCERY CO.
113 NORTH 1GTH ST., OFF. FOBTOFriCE. 3 PHONES, D. 1089.
Special Easter Offer
In ordor to show you that Omaha is the moxkot 'for whiskey
In' the west, we make the following offtri
4 QUABTB POLLACK'S H. F. MONOGRAM WHIBK1Y, ONE
BOTTLE ANGELICA AND ONE BOTTLE FORT ffiO
WINE 55.00 WORTH OF OOODB, ONLY VV-UU
WE PAT THE EXPRESS
Pollack's K. F. Monogram Whiskey la absolutely clean and
pure and nntqualed for family use and medicinal purposes.
STARS AMD STRIPES AND
OLD MOO SE BEER
The only beer In whose manufacture the celebratod Willow
Springs water la used. Brewed In the famous, modern brewery
or Omaha.
Delivered to all parts of the city. Mail orders filled.
HENRY POLLACK
15th and Capitol Avenue, Omaha, Neb. Phone Douglas 712.
fjBHHKBEZSasa
E I A NEW NICKEL
WITH EACH QUART
PURCHASE OF WINE OR WHISKEY.
FRPE
c,
1307 Douglas St.
Enjoy this Free Gift
A FREE "Surprise Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits
awaits you. Please send for it at once so you can test these
best of biscuits. So you can learn how full-flavored and
captivating are some of the many varieties of
Biscuits
Get
One
Pound
Get it today.
Try it
Use it for the table, for cooking, for baking.
Sec for yourself this product with all the
goodness of butter at one-third less cost.
For your own benefit get to know
Swift's "Premium"
Oleomargarine
All dealers carry it. Made only by Swift 6c Company, U. S. A.
Spring Lamb for Yiur Easter
LAMBS! LAMBS!
Lamb Hindquarters.... $1.35 Lamb Foroquartors....75c
Pltf Pork Roast ll?io
Steer Tot Uoa.it loo and 90
Voung1 Vral lloant .... laHo
Htoer Porterhouse Steak 14o
Umb Chops, .1 lbs. for 35o
Mutton llOHKt
No. 1 Loan llacon
No, 1 Loan IhmiK . .
Sugar Cured hncon
Rmall Hatua
.6Jao
.1840
.1B40
.u4'4
.1140
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS
28 lbs. best ucar 91.00
With 1 lb. of best bulk Tea nt 0o
Host brands of Klour 51.15
.ino ennn of imnnrncus tips . ...lBo
50c size of presqrven . . . . i . .-. . .39o
Largo enns of frulta In heavy syrup
at IDo
12arly Juno ppnw. per can loo
4 10c canH of corn 85o
3-lb. cans of Hullor Boy Tomatons
at loo
irc cans of nalnion. 3 for ....35o
12 bara of D. C. or H. K. A. J3oap
at aso
With 4 lhs, of washing Hoda for lOo
"Vresh country candled eKK.s ....aoo
l-ill cream N. Y, cheeso 80o
Spaghetti or macaroni, per pkg, 7o
Mason Jam of olives 100
Scedlenn rntslnH or Jelly, pkg, 74o
2Go Hnlder'n catsup, Itumford bak
ing powder or oats loo
Pkg. creamery butter SOo and 3So
PUBLIC MARKET 'S:
I
There are tlx varieties In the Gift Box. Their
ntmti end ucteriptions follow itudy tlirmt
Takboma Blictilt Critp, flaky fxU blsculu
that break evenly in the center to a lite
htndy for eating. 5 crtlt a pucksge.
Batter TYuu Real butter thtr.s, made with
real butter and baked to an apjxtitiog
brown. 10 ctoli a package.
SaaiVht CrahaBi Crbp and brown gra.
bain biacuits with delldously wholeome
flavor. 10 ceatt package.
Mtllofo Bhcniti Critp and slightly iwect
enru just the thing with alter.the.
theatre tea or chocolate. 10 ceatt a pkg.
Yasj-Yira Appetising crisp little biscuits,
spiced with linger. You eat them with
a rest. E cent a package.
Vaal'iU Wafus Slightly sweetened, de-
iihtully flavored! Dainty morsels that
melt in the mouth. 10 cacti a package.
Oa Our Guest at a Tompting Feast. Mail tho Coupon
JopsE-n-EB jrscurr Company
Baktrt o Sunthln Dhcultt
Sold By All Grocers
Swd thU To-dr.
LoMwWfl Bbcult Co Omaha, Neb.
Please send me FREE my "Surprise Box'
of assorted Sunshine Biscuits.
Beware
of
Imitations
of
1 ip-1 op
Bread
They are many, and you
may be deceived at first,
but the eating will
tell the difference.
TIP-TOP, however, is the one
with purity and wholesomeness.
You continue to buy it
after you first place it
on your table. Tip
Top recommends itself.
At Your Grocer.
U. P. Steam
Baking Co.
TRA.DE MARK REG.
u.s. patent orrice
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BEE HIVE GROCERY
SPECIAL FOR EASIER
Hluo Hell Klour. suck .0C
Host HiiBar. 25 ll 111.00
With 3 lhK. of our Oholco Coffee.. 90c
SlrU-tljy IVphIi Kkkk. dux ,..20o
KrcHh Country lluttcr, lb .ave
Chnlco OletiinarKurliie, 2-lh. roll... 33o
Katu-y 1'runcK, lh- 8o
Navy Hpfliift, lh 6c
Oatmeal, two 10c ik 16c
MntchpM, 5o hox 3WC
Heat 4-tle Urodnw, each a&o
I'ct or Curnutton Milk, 3 cutis 38o
Horn, four 10c cunt , 38o
TonmtooK, lluro 10c chiki. ...,... .83
I'ean, rcRiilur lKo can loo
Halmon, tall hIic, 15o can 9o
IViirH, liire 16c enn 90
Hominy or Pumpkin, three lOo cann.35o
Sliced Pineapple, 25c can 18o
Knncy Inrge Potatocw, bu 68o
Fancy larnw red Onions, peck SOo
Cabbage, solid hendn, lb lo
Knney red Apples, peck 38o
I .unto ripe Urn pa l-'rult. each Bo
lllnck Walnut, lb 3o
l.cilf Lard. 9 lbs 31,00
Salt Pork. It lOo
Rolling Iteof, lb 7o
Choloo 8tonk iBVso
Choice Itoast. lb. . . , Uo
Veal ChopH. lb iaVo
Veal lloaat. lb HVo
O'lealt Pork llonea, lb o
lloinp-mndo Kraut, lb So
rrtih Breited Ohlckana to Ord-.
BEE HIVE GROCERY
Phone Donfflaa 1034.
10th and Coining
rr
Specials for
Easter
Tn Candies, Cakes, Ice
Cream Molds, Brick,
etc.
Hemember Our New
Locations:
1519 Dodge Street
2557 Farnam Street
Phone Trler616
Order Early
TALK WITH US
r DAtZELL&SQN
SKINNER'S
Elbow Macaroni
SKINN13IV8 line of macaroni pio
ducts has tho Indorsement or many of
the leading food experts of tho United
Htates. We have letters statins that
SKINNER'S Is tho best macaroni they
have over used in their work. We uia
nothing but the best of material In
tho manufacture of our oods, and the
consumers greatly appreciate thin
fact. There liai never been any line
of mncaronl that has met with the
phenomenal success In lame sale'
with which the 8KINNKR line has
been favored. Nino out of every ten
Krocers In Omaha's trade territory
well and recommend 8 K I N N K R'S
brand. Get the macaroni habit. Serve
It regularly. There Is positively no
more healthful or economical food for
olther the rich nr poor. We would be
glud to send you reclpa book free on
request. Ask your grocer for SKIN
NI5R'S Macaroni Prod-ucts.
Skinner Mfg. Co.
12th and Jackson Strttts, Omaha.
is
Your Easter Dinner
will bo sure to please all tho
family if you order from this
storo.
Saturday Specials
$2?
$12.
Elmer A. Johnsen
Phone Harney 841
2800 Leavenworth, St.
One dozen cans fancy
Asparagus Tips ....
Three-quart Jar of
Queen Olive's . . . .-. .
2
Economical
Buyers!
.You eavo time, money here on
Meals, Provisions and Poultry.
Our. bliSnoB8 Is growing con
tinually, .try us. German Saus
ages of all kinds manufactured
fresh daily,
FRED BONNESS
Provision Co.
Leavenworth Street.
Phone Douglas 14118
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