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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. 1916.
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Muffins? No-Well, Try It
Tomatoes have become plentiful at
list in the local market. They were
scarce for a few weeks when they
should have been the opposite. The
rains of recent days have brought
them out and they are now on Hie
market in good quantities and ot fine
quality at low prices. , '
Blueberries or "huckleberries" are
at their finest and now is the time
to make them up into delicious pies
or muffins, or eat them with milk
or cream and sugar. Blackberries
will be gone in another week.
This is a great summer for those
luscious fruits, watermelons and
cantaloupes. They are plentiful: and
the price is low. Big, fine canta
loupes at 10 cents or a crate of fif
teen for$1.25 are common.
Crab apples have appeared in good
ly quantities and of good quality for
making delicious jellies.
Though advance notices stated
hat the nrh rmn all mr th or.,.--
try was a shadow 'of what it ought
to be ami usually is, some very ex
ceilcm specimens of the fruit are on
the Omaha markets from Colorado
orrhardti and at reasonable prices.
Plums are scarce, bill of good
quality, liartlett pears arc especial
California grapes are here and also
the seedless variety. They are sweet
with firm. ;uicy pulp.
The vanguard of the California
grapefruit crop has reached Om.iha
and tlie fruir men say they have never
seen any finer grapefruit at any
tin-.c troni anywhere.
In '.he vegetable line, all the staple
things are on hand and one or two
new things, as. for instance, nkra for
making good soups.
Sweet corn is of fine qu&'ity and
the green ears are getting quite plen
tiful and correspondingly cheap.
Those little onions, used for pick
ling, tre on hand, too, for the first
time this year.
jOEBY 1 EECCME A N5B1E f CENCt"
Of the Tomato
Tomatoes are canned in such quan
tities that they are a year-around
food. As lo their healthfuluess, Dr.
Wiley writes to Good HousekeeuiiiK
las follows: "Succulent vegetables and
trims do not contain a great amount
of nutriment, hut they make an im
portant contribution to general health
fulness in their acids and mineral in
gredients, which are essential both to
body-processes ' and body-building.
The tomato, for example, is 94 per
cent water, but it contains about I per
cent of protein, 4 per cent of carbo
hydrates, and X of 1 per cent of
mineral ingredients, including calcium,
phosphorous and iron. Foods which
are bulky and contain a great deal of
water and indigestible material are
also useful for stimulating a sluggish
intestine. It is a mistake to seek con
centrated nourishment if this were
wholesome we should take our food
in tabloid form. Another mistake
often made is to assume that a food
of this kind causes acidity. As a
matter of fact, in the case of the to
mato, its potential alkalinity is de
cidedly greater than its acidity, owing
to the base-forming elements with
which the acids are combined. "In
telligently used, fruits are a valuable
part of a well-balanced diet,' is a sage
remark trom farmers Bulletin &S on
the 'use of fruit as food,' and this
statement is true also of the green
vegetables as well."
Rotarians to Flock
To Omaha Monday
For Night at Den
Correspondence from clubs in the
Tenth district indicates that Rotar-
ians from all sections of this terri
tory will be in Omaha next Monday
evening to participate in Rotary
night at the Ak-Sar-Ben Den.
Local Kotarians are planning a
varied program for the visitors, who
are expected to arrive in time for the
festivities tnat win start in me aiicr
noon. The1 Rotarians will attend the
Western league base ball game in the
afternoon. There is to be a dinner at
the Henshaw rathskellar at 6 o'clock,
following which the; visiting Rotar
ians will be taken for an automobile
The Rotary club member! will then
parade to the Den to pay homage to
King Ak and his trusty gloom
More than 100 Rotarians are com
ing from Lincoln. Dea Moines and
Sioux Citv will be represented by
about twenty-five each. Several will
come from Davenport, Sioux Falla
aim otuer cities ill mc icmn uisum.
Lumbal Mid Pains la lh Itaek.
At the flmt twinge of pain In the back
apply Sl.nn Mnlraent r)tr oomei at onoa.
Only 36r. All ilrufFlsta-r-Adverttiemant.
An Appetizing Dish
A roasting chicken la better for this,
but a fairly young fowl may be used.
Have it split and flattened as for broil
ing, and put breast upward in a dou
ble roaster if you have one, if not, in
a deep baking pan which can be
closely covered with another pan.
Sprinkle with pepper and salt and
turn in a cup of boiling water in which
has been dissolved a tablespoon of
butter. Cover and cook in a hot oven,
allowing fifteen minutes for every
pound of chicken. When half the time
has passed turn the chicken breast
downward and bake until within ten'
minutes of the time for it to be done,
then turn breast upward again, re
move the cover, baste with melted but
ter or lay thin strips of fat bacon
across the breast and bake until
brown.' Put the chicken on a hot
platter, thicken the gravy with flour
and butter, turn a little over the
chicken and Serve the rest in the gravy
boat. Garnish chicken with parsley
or water cress. y
Sues Saloon Men for
The Death of Her Husband
Suit 'for $13,000 damages reiulting
from the death of her husband, Al
bert. Kellet, who was killed when his
wagon was struck by a train near
Elkhorn, Neb., has been filed by the
widow, Luella, against four saloon
proprieters of Elkhorn and the Illinois
Surety company. Five minor child
ren are left to bt eared for by the
mother. She declares that the hus
band was capable of earning $2,000
per year, .
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chickens
1916 Genuine Leg of Lamb, per lb .
fttaar Fat Boast, lb It Vic
Young Vaal Roaat, lb 11 Vic
Young- Vaal Chops, las ...Uvic
Forttrhouat Staaki, par lb , .ITVic
Pig Pork Roast, lb.,,' .", ..U'4c
pig Pork Butts, ib. .r.,.,n
Spara Bib., b. c
Extra I.aanRogular Ham !.... laVia
Sugar Curad Hana, Ib, .ISKo
Extra Lean Braakfait Bacon, lb.. 1 Via
Sugar Curad Bacon 14a
SPECIALS SATURDAY NIOHT. '
Fram $ to p. aa Lamb Chaps, Ib. , ,l
From 8 to 10 p. m., 3-lb. Pall LarA, 35c.
113 South lth St.
Toast for Breakfast
By CONSTANCE CLARKE.
1- i i . e r i i.
loaivia a great utg:ni: lui uiciir-
fast, and eaten by many persons;
to make toast properly, b. great .deal
of attention ia required, much more
than people generally suppose Never
use new bread for making ati'y kind
of toast, a.s it is niui.it and . lough.
and, besides, is very extravagant
process is slow and the bread is al
lowed gradually to color. It should
rcic'r be made long before it is
wantid as'it becomes tough; As soon
as etch piece is ready, it should be
put in a rack or stood upon its edges
ant! sent quickly to the table.
lo make buttered toast, toast the
Take a loaf of bread about two ' bread as directed above: when of a
days old, cut off at many slices as ; nice color on both sides, put it on a
may be required, not quite a quarter
of an inch, in-thickness. . ..Trim off
the crust and ragged edges, toast
oyer a clear fire until the bread is
nicely colored, then turn it and toast
the other side, aim do not place u
hot plate i divide some good butter
into small pieces, place them on
toast, set the plate in the oven, and
when the butter is just beginning to
melt, spread it lightly over the toast.
Lui ine slices ot toast across from
near the fire that it blackens. Dry i corner to corner, and serve at once.
toast should be more gradually made
man outtercu i iuisi, as us great
beauty "consists in its erispuess, and
this cannot be attained unless' the
It is .-..highly essential to use good
muter in nuking this dish.
Tomorrow Summer Salad, To
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chickens .... .22c
fig Pork Koart, per lb. . .'. . . .
Staar Pot Roaat. Ib MVic
Young Vaal Roaat, lb.?. It Vic
Young Vaal Cbopa, lb,... a "Vic
Pig Pork Butts, lb ...ISV.c
111 Ganulna Lags of Lamb, Ib. . , . ISV.c
Porterhouse 8taaks, par Ib 17Vi
Spara Ribs, lb V.e
Mail Ordara Filled at AboU Prlcea.
Extra Lean Regular Hams, lb....!6e
Sugar Curad Hams, lb .11V
Extra Lean, Breakfast Bacon, Ib, . lVe
Suitar Cured Bacon ,..,, 1S
From S te 0 p. ox., Lamb Chape, Ib. . . Sc
From to 10 p. m., 3-lb. Pail Lard, Mc
1610 Haraay Strtnt.
Good Food Which Costs Little
Cllieketi is a light meat well suited
to summer fare. Heavy foods are all
out of place when the thermometer- is
soaring high, and if meat is indulged
in at all It should be of a light variety.
Boiled fowl is suggested as the mam
dish of i summer 'dinner, followed
by vegetables and pickled beet root
Kerved (n the place of a salad course.
Now that cherries are ripe try a cher
-, Cold Bouillon.
Boiled rl Witt) lauaa. Maehed Potatoes.
Kg! Plants With Anih.,vle.
French Banna. , Plellled lieet Kot.
:u :. Cherry Pudding.
Boiled Fowl With Sauce.
One fowl, once slice smoked beef,
one lenjon, salt, one onion sliced, one
bunch bf herbs, a few peppercorns,
white iauce, one onion stuck with
cloves, I Have a fowl trussed for boil
ing, place s piece of fat smoked beef
on the breast, and rub the fowl over
with lemon juice. Put it in a stewpan,
with enough boiling water to cover it,
an onion atuck with cloves and a
sliced on Ion, a bunch of herbs, a few
peppereorns and a pinch of salt. Let
it simmer gently on the side of the
tove for one and a quarter or one
and i half hour, place on a hot dish,
remove me airings uuu mrwni uu
ur food white sauce over it, -
Egg Plants With Anchovies.
Remove the stems from the egg
plants, split in 'halves and eut th.i in
side of each half in four or five pieces
lengthwise: season these spaces with
pepper,; salt, chopped .shallot and
parsley.' Steeri- some neat fillets of
anchovy in olive oil, then place one
in each incision, brush the egg plant
over with oil, sprinkle the top with
browned bread crumbs and place on a
greased, tin in the oven for about
twnnty minutes. Place on a hot dish
i and garnish wtili parsjey.
J Pickled Beet Root
Two beet roots, pepper, salt and
vinegar. Wash the beet root, taking
iare not to hreak the surface. Bake
I in a slow oven for about three hours.
When cold peel and slice thin, sprin
I kle with pepper and salt, pour over a
nttie vinegar. Leave tor a tew hours
before serving. .
Butter slices of bread and place
them in a pudding dish in layers with
stewed cherries between. Bake for a
half hour and before taking from the
oven put over the ton beaten vhites
. of two eggs. Brown slightly, l et
stand one-half hour and serve with
plain custard sauce. ,
Ask for and Get
THE HIGHEJT QUALITY,
)t fyr fop Boot frtt
5K1NHER MFG. CO. OMAHA. U.SA
IAS6UT MACM0MI fACtORY IN AMISICA .
15 POUNDS SUGAR $1
' :eet Cans Qranalated, 1 -I
lba, bast Coffee ........Sl.OO
Coffee Spatial lb. ,.,,.S0a
Tsas for leing, per lb, ,S0a t fOs
Sugaf sold with ll.ee ardor of ether
MOYUNE TEA CO.,
40 N, tdth St, Fham IHvf. S44.
When a woman is cooking, it is but little
additional trouble for her to bake her own
bread, Home-made bread is the purest, most
wholesome and inexpensive of foods.
Bread is the ideal food-very easy to digest,
wholesome and nutritious. And it is the most
economical of foods. It yields nearly twice as
much nourishment as rice or potatoes and sev
eral times as much as an equal value of cheese,
fish or beef.
Everybody should eat plenty of good bread.
a too under th. purity-protection
i UD-iMt-a yfmeaw.1
Crushed from full-bodied, lus
cious Concords bottled at the vino
yards, right wharf th. best grapes grow
of th. Oval 1
Ths hoslth-plsasurs drink for
Th. dalicioua thlrst-uanching smack of
rich, fruity goodness. Dllut. It to youi ust..
witlrmour In tha Family Cata
of stg em-pini bottlta,
laak fa. tMa ata m
Mae alaalaff's aieil.
ROBT. BUDATZ, Mir. ISth and Jane.
Fbaei. Dauglaa I0SS, Omaha. Neb.
W. L. WH.KINS0N, SSth OjTel. S.
Bk. hHIIIIi .
MfeLlMI yoiir cooking or
flV In Either. Case W
...... DAWNG TOsVDER .
NV Its goodness
Vv recommends V 1
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OUR popular Ice Cream
is an ideal diet for
the growing child. Let
them have all they want.
It's just as healthful as it
Grown up children like
. ,it tOO:?::. '
W fit for Hit Majeityth baby, btcau$t of iti Purity and WhoUtomtnett. Whn
ordering from your neartit dealer intht on the beet and riof's-.-
The Fairmont Creamery Co. . Omaha, Nebr.
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