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THK BKF,: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1916.
rfferings of the Market Household Hints
Y PORE FOODS
TO KEEPSELF WELL
People Now Make Intelligent Selec
tion for the Table by Follow
PREPARED FOODS THE BEST
The pure food laws have done much
to safeguad the health of the commun
ity, hut It Is evident that the require
ments enforced by law will never mean
ore up to the quality that the adver
tiser's own Interest urges him to put
Into the food that he prepares) and ad
vertises. The manufacturer knows that
advertising1 turns a flood of light on his
foods, hts factory, his methods. He
shows that his competitors will allow no
f 1 ws to escape. The rigid observance of
t ' e highest standard of quality and pur
Ity Is the only way to cope with scrutiny.
that Is to penetrating and so pereiaten
The advertising of foods Is one of the
t Interesting contributions to do
mestic science. Almost everything Trom
soup to nuts Is advertised In some new,
I'otcer and more palatable shape than
the people have been accustomed to,
and this food goes to the table of the
consumer In more sanitary and deleo
tablo form than ever before.
Formerly It was the custom to give
thoueht to the daintiness, purity and
wholesomeness of food when people were
sick. Now through the Influence of ed
ucational advertising the people make an
Intelligent study of their regular diet.
and what they want is not so much food
for invalids as food that will kep them
from becoming invalid.
Advertising tells the people the advan
tags of these wholesome prepared foods
as against Ml-oooked soups, greasy po
tatoes and fried steeJces and dysperpsla
Is becoming less a national charade r-
Omaha Market Well Filled with
All Sorts of Fresh Vegetables
Want some aapsrag-ue, fresh asparagus
of the 11 crop? Well. It has arrived In
the market, all the way from California
and In very nice. too.
Watercress Is another new arrival.
plucked from the streams and water
places of Missouri where the frost Is
ut of ground.
And strawberries! Um-m! The crop
down Mississippi way Is flourishing like
the green bay tree and promising such
an abundance of the berries that they'll
be a regular drug on the marketnot
the kind of drug, however, that the law
prohibits you from buying. Within two
weeks, say the men who know, straw
berries will be coming In to Omaha In
carload lots and will be plentiful and
about 15 cents a biff bos. Strawberrles'n'
cream. Strawberry short cake. Straw
Fresh peas are of extra fine quality In
the Omaha market right noieVThey come
4 ALMOND AND SWEKT POTATO
yonr or five sweet potatoes, two table
spoonsfuls butter, two engs, one-half cup
ful blanched almonds, mUK or cream, ary
Take sweet potaotes. When soft break
part, scrape out the pulp and pass
rough a sieve. There should be two
pfuls. Add salt, butter and one beaten
g, chopped and pounded almonds and
sufficient hot milk or cream to make of
consistency to handle. Bhape into cro
lettes, roll In the remaining egg, beaten
igbtly, then In crumbs and fry In smok
One-third cupful butter or three fourths
ipfuu manufactured shortening, one'
iir cuprui sugar, one-nair cuptui corn
rup, one cupful sweet mUK, two eggs,
ur cupfu's flour, one-hall teaspoonfu
tit, one and one-naif teaspoomuls cin
imon. one-half teaspoonful nutmear.
free teaspooniuis DaKlng powder.
cream butter ana syrup. Add . corn
rup and mix well. Add well-beaten
fryrs, then the milk and the sifted dry In
fredlents alternately. Toss on floured
oard and roll out one-half inch. In thick
kss Cut and frr in hot fat. - -
WINTER SAlAn. 1
Two heads lettuce, two onions, two cold
oKed beets, twelve olives, French areas
Shred lettuce very fine and arrange on
ilad plates. Chop onions and cut beets
i half-inch cubes. Mix and pile on let
fee. Garnish with sliced olives. -
HONKY MUFFINS. -
Three and one-half cupfuls flour, three
iblespoonfuls honey, four teasDoonfuls
idling powder, one-half cupful butter
T three-eighths cupful manufactured
rortenlng, two eggs, one and one-half
. Oream butter and honey together. Add
well-beaten eggs. Sift baking powder and
salt with the flour and add to other In
gredients alternately with the milk. Bake
In a hot oven. Mothers' Magazine.
Women After the War
That women will become "a drug on
the market" and will be forced Into lines
of activity formerly occupied by men at
the conclusion of the European war la
the statement of Prof. Emily J. Balch
of Wellealey college.
under the caption of "The Effect ef
War Upon Women" In the annual issue
of the ' publication of the American
Sociological society she says:
Women are made relatively plenty.
and therefore cheap as women. It may
be that in more primitive times such a
situation would be a cause of polygamy.
In our day it will mean a vast overplus
of women. They will be a 'drug on the
market,' while men will return from war
not only with their Importance enhanced
by the glory of the battelfleld. but with
scarcity value. Bo far as this effect
Is realised, women, who in many ways
do not count now, will 'count' still less
"A second effect is that women, being
more necessary, become more Important
Instead of less. Everywhere they are
being admitted into, or drawn or forced
into, new lines of activity and into work
from which they were formerly debarred
from Florida and are as crisp as though
lust picked from the vines.
Wax and string beans are of just as
high grade and from the same sum
Fine artichokes for gourmets are here
from California and have reached their
climax of perfection.
Celery from three states California,
Colorado and Florida, is plentiful ana
becoming more so as the springtide ad
Spinach Is here from Texas and Is very
If the folks in your house like the'r
morning grape fruit and count that day
lost which doesn't see a good one st
the breakfast table, now Is the time
when you can get It ef excellent quality.
They're from Florida.
And navel oranges were never better
Big, sweet and of moderate price.
Apples, too, are plentiful for this seajon
of the year. The Missouri apples of the
long keeping varieties like the Black
Twigs, Kings and Champions are filling
in the gap.
!You Can't Bo
'Neutral" on the food
question. You have to de-j
dde between mere palate-i
foods that contain no rrutri-'
itnent end foods that repair'
the bodily waste. Shredded';
Wheat Biscuit is both at
palate-food and a muscle:
builder. You can keep inj
good health and at the top-1
notch of physical fitness by'
eating this delicious, ready-
cooked, whole wheat cereal
for breakfast, luncheon or;
dat . Niagara Fall, N. Y,
Satin-covered buttons and satin-piped
buttonholes are also used In these new
Embroidered scallops are shown on
some of the new blouses, edging cuffs,
collars and other trimming.
6ome of the new blouses have peplums
worn over the skirt to give the popular
flare at the hips.
Pale mauve and pale pink are charm
ingly combined In some of the new chif
fon and crepe underwear.
A cape of tulle that envelope onto, and
ears and drops over the shoulders Is a
feature of some afternoon models.
- Narrow niching of fine side-plaited
muslin are used to edge collar, cuffs and
fronts of some new striped handkerchief
Shower, bouquets of ribbon, rosettes
with many ends, like the ends of ribbon
falling from a bride's bouquet, are used
to trim some of the new negligees.
Steel buttons for trimming are used on
Work in Garden
4We all start out bravely in the spring
PHth our gardens, plant them, enjoy the
treasure of seeing the plants come up,
Mid then along comes a host of insect
tts to mar their beauty.
Is In this,, as in many other things, to be
ft re warned is to be forearmed. . Insect
ssts are not such a terrible thing to tho
woman, wno understands how to cure
H 1 most approved means of con
foiling insects consists in the use of
poisonous mixtures in liquid or dry.
powder form. Insects deau-oy plants by
Wicklrg out their Juices, or by eating the
pliage or stems. If they suck the juices
tot the plant we must kill them by con
fakct, as they sink their beaks Into tho
tissues of the plants and do not take up
ny poison which might be sprayed on
the foliage. If they chew the foliage or
Stems, we can kill them by applying to
pie foliage a poison which when eaten
twill kill them; hence we have the two
Jklnds of poison, contact and Internal.
lie contact poisons are also of two kinds
those which kill by corroding or eating
flrito their bodies, and the powders that
lu jkl)l by filling up the breathing pores,
tK (noft in most hard-bodied insects with
S which we have to deal, are located on the
surface of the body. Mothers' Magazine.
Notes on Fashions ,
Fruit are used on spring hats. They
are in low relief, so to speak, usually
made of velvet, and their colors are very
effective on. dark blue, brown or black
Many are the petticoats that are de
signed to wear under the fashionably full
skirt of the day. One Is a net foundation,
th several hoops of whalebone. One U
a heavily corded silk petticoat. Another
shows many small, stiff ruffles to give
the desired support, i
Read Bee Want Ads for Profit,
them for results.
Granville's Sweet Potatoes
Crystal White Onions
Green Peppers ,
Advo Sliced Pineapple
Advo Dartlett Pears
(The kind that whips)
And all the other
J. D. Crew
Try Oar Hran Bread, 5 a loaf
ASK FOR AND GET
THK HIGHEST QUALITY
at PAOg RECIPI BOOK MM
LARS EST MACARONI FACTORY IN ANERICA
is rorjirpg ro 91.00
hi Granulated Saga.
Our Coffees are the best la the
Moyune Best Coifee. t lbs. for.fl.O0
Blngle pound 3So
Our special Coffee, I 1-1 lbs. ...91-00
Per pound SOe
Bantu Biend Coffee, 4 lbs. for.. 91.00
All our Teas are Strictly New Cnn,
per lb.. 40c, 60c. 60c. 70o and....80o
Corn Starch. S boxes for SSo
Surar Sold with 91 Other CKods.
MOYUSE TEA CO., Jrhone D. 8444.
406 North leth St.
. jr. i
I'lU HtJKK UH.NH, rYenh, not Frozen
POKKgl'ARTEKS LAM IIS
IIINDVl AKTKRS LAM US
Pure Leaf Lard, 10 lbs 3o
Kresh l'resned Chickens 18
Steer Pot Koast 10V0, tVjo
Pig Pork Roast 1H.0
;i'ig for. nulla
iuunr Veal Koast ............. 11 l.e
r"oung Veal Chui.s 14.,o
Steer sirloin Steaks .....16ic
rrom S to 10 P. M., 3-lB. pall Pare Lard . .
AXX KDTDS Or ESJI AJfO SMOKED PTSK TOB LESTT
Deliveries to all parts of the city. Mall orders filled at oaee.
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Upp. Woul worth 5r and 1 (K- Stor. 113 Soiilh Kith Kt. Tel. I. Ti'lOT.
Bait Pork H
Hjiare Kibs 10S
Armour's Star Hams .....lTVe
Skinned Hams 18o
Sunar Curtxi Hams 104,0
Kxtra Ian lJn-akfast Baon. .184 0
Sugar Cured Fat-on lle
Fresh Oysters, no water, qt 300
Will Be Used by Miss Wcldon
Next Thursday Afternoon
At Orchard-Wilhelm Co. Store
In Demonstrating to the
How to make her FAMOUS MACARONI SALAD
which has been pronounced to be one of the
most palatable dishes of this nature that she
prepares in the course of lectures.
Sold by All Grocers
1005 Farnam St.
Phone Doug. 3711
lie Arc Always the Lowest in Prices
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
48 lb.' Sack gunklst Floor
48 lb. Back rerun ant Floor
IS lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar for
Package Creamery Butter, 1 lb. cartons , sBo
Btrlctly Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen SOe
Fresh an J Crisp so packages Crackers Saturday, I for ... .....lOe
Pig Cookies or Lemon Wafnrs, regular 20o siller, Saturday, lb lOe
1 lb. Comb Pure Country Honey, 20c comb regular, at 14e
11 bars Laundry Queen, a white laundry soap, lor SSo
Chotoe Outs Vorternouse or Sirloin Steak, lb. 17 Ue
Jtoast, rreen, sot rros.n, in iac
Me- Fork Loin :
9 lbs. Neck Bones for See
Fresh Liver, pr lb So
Pig Pork Shoulder Butts, lb., 13H
Plsr Pork Hhoulder. lb 10H0
Mutton Stew, i lbs. for SSo
Short Legs of Lamb or Mutton.
Shoulder Iamb or Mutton, lib., SHo
Lamb or Mutton Chops, lb 100
Fresh Home Dressel Chickens, 18e
We Deliver Free. Country orders filled at above prices.
fe The Peoples Market
THE CHASM STORE
606 South Sixteenth St. Tyler 148
"Tbe Store of an Endless Chain of Real Grocery Bargains."
Strictly Fresh ISfgs, per dozen lSVse
Best Creamery Butter, per pound S3o
Early Ohio Potatoes, per peck, SBo per bushel 91.10
2 So cans of Pineapple, pevrkM In pure syrup 170
Peaberry Coffee, pr pounl, 82o rive pounds for.,.. SSO
Upton's Coffee, reg-ufar 40c seller, special, per lb..., , S3e
Four 10c cans Carnation or Pet Milk , sse
Two 10c packages of Oatmeal or Pancake Flour, - ...ISO
Seven bars Star 8ap.... ...SSo
Ten bars Hrn Soap SSo
Iij-re rsn Hand Packed Tomatoes loo
XODSXWTTXS We are selUag advertised roods. Ton take so abases
whea yon boy at the Obaia Store.
"ine ttore of tv1c."
PIG PORK LOINS. Fresh, Not Frozen, . . 13 ,c
Pure Leaf Lard. 10 lbs. for 98c
Fresh Dressed Chickens 18V4
Steer Pot iioast 10 Ho, sua
Pig Pork Koast llt0
Pig Pork Butts ...1894e
Young Veal Koast HHo
Young Veal Chops 14Vi0
Steer Sirloin Steaks ISHo
Lamb Legs le
Jrrom to 8 9. kt Umb Chops
rrom 8 to 10 F. M 3 lb. ImU Vnre Z,ard
ax i. kihds) or racssi no bkoked iisk' rok' xstt.' '
DeUverUs to aU parts ef ths etty. Mail orders niled at oaee.
PUBLIC MARKET ItlMZW
Mutton Chops ,
Armour's Star Hams
Sugar Cured liains
Kxtra Lean Rreakfast Bacon.
Kujtar Cured Bacon
Putting Up a Bold Front
Our new store front is rapidly nearing completion. When completed we
will have one of the finest stores of its kind in the city. We are offering the
following high grade liquors at this low price during our Rebuilding Sale:
takes home a full quart of 8 to 10-year-old whlakev
Just a fine as you want to drink. Hoe If your favorite
brand to here: 6t (OW, OLD liTMB, OXBAm
StrsTSfY nSVOOX and others.
Special Sale now on Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
Quart Bottles Seer, SSo.
Head for lree Oatalofae) Today.
16th aad Oapttol Aveaae, Ouaaa.
See real estate columns for bargains
balance by turning things
you don't need into good
coin of the realm.
Sell that house and lot
Sell that old machinery
Sell that extra automobile
Sell all surplus household goods
Sell extra office and store fixtures
Sell horses, dogs, cats or other pets
JFTurri all those things
that have outlived their
usefulness for you into
CASH by using the invin
cible power of Bee Want
1F A latent power greater
than you have ever
dreamed of a power to
fill your pockets, to qual
ify your heart's desire, to
fill "Wants" of every de
SJ V:i i ;
)F Use this power now. Get
your Want Ad in The Bee's
Big Sunday Classified Sec
tion. Bring, phone, send
it, anyway, just so it gets