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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1916.
Recipes for Curries
Several correspondents lately have
oniu ucauuii nuuui lilt nianiiiB
curries, and so it might be well to
i' give a few recipes and general direc
tions. That curry must be made with
Z rice and that the meat must of a ne
': cessity be mutton or lamb, seems to
le a common misaoDreheniion".
Xow a curry, strictly so called, is a
stew of fish, meat, fowl, eggs or veete-
tables to which curry powder has
lieen added for flavoring. This curry
l owder Is made of turmeric, corian
der seeds, ginger, cayenne pepper,
and when the dish is prepared by the
Singhalese they add salt, cloves, car
damoms, cinnamon, onions, garlic and
i he flesh and milk of cocoanuts.
In India the dish is prepared with
a fearful and wonderful combination
of ingredients. Anise, coriander, cu
min, mustard, poppy seeds, allspice,
almonds, ' assafetida, butter, carda
mom, chilies, cinnamon, cloves,
meat and milk of cocoanuts, oil, gar
lic; onions, ginger, vinegar, limejuice,
mace, mangoes, nutmeg, pepper, saff
ron, salt, tamarinds and turmeric are
a few of the long list How
the usual acceptation of the
name is a stew flavored with curry
powder, which is composed of a few
of tile anove ingredients and can he
ought ready-mixed at any grocers.
'I'hts stew is generally served in a
border of cooked rice; so before giv
ing any recipes it may be well to
give, the directions for the proper
method of cooking the rice.
Rice for Curry.
Put three-quarters of a pound of
rice in a saucepan with a pinch of
salt and enough cold water to cover
it; bring to a boil and strain off; then
wash the rice in cold running water.
Put- back in the saucepan together
with a pint and a half of water and
took for about twelve minutes; strain
rl into a colander, pour a little boil
ing water over it, cover the colander
with a cloth and put the rice to dry
in a very cool oven. Jf properly pre-
pared every grain should be separate.
Now for the actual curry that is to
be contained by the rice. I have al
ready given, several reoipts of this
kind, but the following are new, and
so will be of interest even to the fore-
eeing people who clipped the others.
: Vegetable Curry.
Peel four onions and cut them into
dice or thin slices; add to them two
s'of batter or fat, put in a stew-
and fry until a nice golden brown.
add a dessertspoontu ot curry
powder, a saltspoonful of ground
ginger, a saltspoonful of salt, three
dry red chilies pounded, four cloves,
a pinch of ground cinnamon, a tea
spoonful of finely chopped lemon and
Jfne-half pint of water or stock. Cook
All together Imtil the mixture is quite
dry, but take great care that it does
not burn. Then mix into it one and
one-half pints -of , any cooked vege
tables, such as -carrots, cauliflowers,
turnips, ieans etc. Mix all together
and serve in a rice border. '
': Curried Chicken. "
Clean and prepare the chicken as
usual, and then chop up into neat
joints, as for frying, put into a stew
pan, together 'with two ounces of but
ter ofdripping, fuu- onions cut small,
two 'very sour apples, two. bayleaves
and a sprig of thyme all cut small:
season- with a saltspoonful of: ground
ginger, a saltspoonful of pepper and a
saltspoonful jof salt, two crushed, pep
percorns, a dessertspoonful of tama
rinds, a saltspoonful of coriander
powder, a teaspoonful of ttirmeric-a
teaspoonful of chutney, a saltspoon
ful of cayenne pepper and fry all to
gether for fifteen minutes. Then add
one ounce of rice flour, half a grated
cocoanut and the milk of a whole one,
the juice of one large lemon and one
quart of stock or water. Boil very
ntly for half an hour. Mix one
ft Of rice flour with a auarrer of
pint of water and stir into the nttier
'ngredients: when the
Again after the rice flour has been
added draw the pan tt one side of the
stove and simmer for ten minutes;
then take out the joints of chicken
and keep them hot until needed. Rub
the sauce through a hair sieve or cloth
and reboil, pile the chicken on a hot
dish in a border of rice and pour the
sauce over, then garnish with grated
cocoanut which has been heated be
tween two plates and with the follow
ing: Compote of Sultanas.
Pick and wash half a pound of sul
tanas and put them in a stewpan with
enough cold water to cover them,
bring to a boil and strain; then rinse
in running water and return to the
stewpan; add one ounce of powdered
sugar, a quarter of a pint of water, a
few drops of red vegetable coloring, a
bayleaf and about an inch of stick cin
namon tied up together in a piece of
scalded cheesecloth, and boil all to
gether for about half an hour. Then
take out the cinnamon and bayleaf'
and use the sultanas.
Curry of Veal.
Cut up two pounds of neck or
breast of veal into small, neat pieces,
season with a little salt and pepper
and put into a stewpan together with
two ounces of butter or fat, four
good-sued onions and two sour ao-
ptes peeled and sliced; add a bunch
of herbs and fry for about fifteen or
twenty minutes until a nice golden
brown; then add a large tablesnoon-
ful of curry powder, a teaspoonful of
chutney, a tablespoonftil of tama
rinds, the juice of one lemon and two
ounces flour. Mix well, add three
pints of cold water, bring to a boil,
skim and then let it boil gently for
two hours; skim very carefully again,
take out the meat and dish in the cen
ter of a rice border on a very hot
dish. Strain the sauce through a
cloth or hair sieve and boil up, pour
it over the meat and serve.
Put into a stewpan three large
peeled and minced onions, two ounces
of fat or butter, two bayleaves, two
sprigs of thyme, two sprigs of pars
ley, a saltspoonful of ground ginger
and fry together until a golden
brown; then mix in a tablespoonful
of curry powder, a dessertspoonful of
tamarinds, a good dust ot pepper, a
few drops of red vegetable coloring,
two tablespoonfuls of grated cocoa
nut, one-quarter pint of cocoanut
milk, a tablespoonful of flour and
three-quarters pint of milk; stir all
together, over the fire until it boils,
then cover the pan and let simmer
very gently for one-half an .hour. , Add.
the juice of a lemon and strain
through a cloth, or hair sieve. Take
the meat from two boiled lobsters,
cut into neat slices, add them to the
prepared sauce and make the whole
thoroughly hot in a double boiler.
Turn out on a hot dish in a border
of rice; cut the lobster coral up for
garnishing, together with ' a little
finely chopped parsley, and serve
either hot or cold. Philadelphia
Rev. G. J. Jaiser Has Been .
Transferred to Martell
i Rev. G. J. Jaiser, who has been
pastor of the Uerman Metnodist
church, Eleventh , and Center streets,
for seven years, will preach his fare
well sermon there Sunday.'- He has
been transferred to Martell, Neb. He
has just returned from Denver, where
ne aitenaea me coniercncc 01 nis uc-nomination.
Worry Thought Into Work Thought
1MM 17TH AND
Special Noonday Luncheon, 11 :S0 to 1 :80
p. m., 35c. Special Even In r Pinner, S :80
to 7:80 p. m.,B(W. Sunday Table d'Hote
Dinner 60c. The only place In Omaha
where you ran get good home cooked
meals .aerved the way you like them.
J ust a Few of Our Regular Prices
And better than most other grocers' leaders or baits
We can save you money on it. Try our
We guarantee it to oiv vn .ut..f..
tion, or you can bring it back and gel
'lip ilour firat patent a 9 Ai
bargain, 48-lb. cack $l.Ul
oreaa neguJar 60 J oat a .
in spue 01 the present agitation to ad
vance the price, we are still keeping it
uwm. Air our ureaa.
Soda 10c package
n. 1 p.aing rowaer, 26e can
Pur. Cream of Tartar like Price's
noyai, zoo alio, Vi-lb. can 17 .
Tip Baking Powder, l-lb, 26c in.,
can, for Ivf
a cane Daea wiin it took first priia at
,uc .lulv ,tir lata monifl,
100-lb. sack best beet sug-ar
100-lb. sack best Cane Sugar
!14 lbs. best granulated Beet
Some may offer 15 lbs. sugar for lt.00
Which IS about ernA ...
Tl k. ""if b,'t"' 0,11 wtcn ut for the
V " . Blore- xou will find
Parawax I -lb. carton
Queen of the Tub, a white aoap,
8 bare (or
White Borax Naphtha Soap try
it bare, for
I. X. L. Laundry Starch,
10c package for
Kellogg'it Drink It (like Postum,
;s0o can for
Coffee Thrifty Habits Santos
blend, l-lb. package
Coffee Independent, regular 85c
grade, l-lb. can for
Coffee Tip brand, finest Moea and
Java blend, steel cut, l-lb. can....
Tea Uncolored Japan, regular 60c
grade, lb. can
Tea Upton's, -lb. can
Tea Lipton's, H-Ib. can
We make a low price on evpryth
you ine oest grsae 01 goods,
Tea Lipton's, l-lb, can
Most dealers figure on 'a very hia-h
profit on teas and coffees, but we take
only our usual small marg.n for handling,
lhene are oniy a few of ihe many kinds
we handie and we can eave yuu to
iry us and be convinced.
I'ike s Peak Macaroni 7c,
A for .,,
Shredded Wheat, package - -
Farina same size a Cream of
Wheat, for . .
Krinkle Corn Flakes, 15s site, 9c,
peanut Butter try it
per lb. .... . i. ....... .
Following prices on Fruit white it lasts;
Peaches Fine, wrapped, Colorado yellow
rreestone, 90 size, fancy and Q(a
extra fancy, crate , lyU
108 siie Elbertas, per QC.
Buy now as Colorado is through ship
ping. . .... i...
Tokay Grapes, a treat, large rig- iiA
mal basket, about 6H lbs 44
Bartlett Pears from Washing. 4M Al
ton box for wl.7J
ome r j urns, wr r
Lemons, dozen, 23c, 28c, $3ci
per case , ,
Sure Seat Jars, pints, dos. 47c t
Mason JBrs, lacquered lids. n.n.
dozen. 40c; quarts, dozen ,
Our buyer is getting th. best irad..
of meats, but our price is as low as you
usually pay for low grade.. We tak.
prid. In the quality w. are handling, and
can save you money on our high gradf.
Lard Compound per t i ,
Lard, per lb,' 17c Best Grada. . . . . . 1 6c
Cream Cheese a bargain ftn .
Our great burin. n.,.t
to buy a large quantity before the big
ndvance. . , .
Buttsrina Armour', Princeton. OO
(best grade), lb. carton LO$
Empire (fancy grade), lb. in,
carton for Iy0
Magnolia, 2-lb. roll- . .4.'1".
Wh. .TJJSV.fl? 1"" ,0" ,h . ""f give
buy the principal things by th. carload at a great saving" , J nt JLh -i'.""'
y.u he p pay no bad account.. Our delivery ..pens, is fit " a mWmum ai ii
not deliver small orders "free" and the espen.e of this ad l TnUi k ?
but is divided amon 21 in Om.h. ?' 'ii'," W"1 b, ne store.
call Tyler 440. ' " """" ,K,r "arest you
5- THE BASK FT STOPFQ
a-' Vr M.'M-iKJ
I 47 Stores in 3 Large Cities and Suburbs.
By ASA PATTERSON.
Do you think straight through s
subject or do you think under, above
or around it?
Thought is more precious than
money. Are you caretul of it as ynu
are of your- purse?
That machine whose wheels are
grinding against each, other, at the
same time .rasping your ncrvra in the
streets, ia wasting its force. More,, it
is destroying. itself.
When you worry that is what your
mind does., Turn your worry thought
into work thouEht,
Too many persons think as a grass-
hopper lumps, and arrive where he
arrives, m winter. -Too many others
think as the water spreads over a
swamp, without a channel, without
distinction, without purpose.
We should think as a pathfinder
cuts his way through a jungle. As an
arrow flies to its target. VVe should
make our thinking bear fruit in ac
tion or in principle.
You like this person. You enjoy her
society. You are stimulated, strength
ened by an hour with her. Why? Be
cause she thinks right. You dislike
that person. You avoid her. You are
weakened and rendered despondent
Because she thinks wrong. The chief
difference between people is not in
the color of, their eyes, not in the slant
of their features, not in the vigor or
weakness of their frames, but in the
way they think.
Few have the habit of thinking
their way through a question. They
begin determinedly, even noisily, but
they wander off into bypaths and re
turn to the main track in the heavens,
because they would, oftener than not,
stray out of their orbits, into tan
gents, and disturb the poise of the
A woman sits down to hem a towel
and she generally hems until she has
finished. If she dropped the towel
six or eight times to look out of the
window, to ran upstairs, to look in the
mirror, or to read the morning news
paper observers would say she was
scatter-brained and would be right.
But tike such towel hemming is the
too-common habit of thinking.
The world would be a far more hab
itable and comfortable place if we
would' all cultivate the habit of con
secutive thinking. If our thoughts
were all as consecutive as mounting
a pair of stairs.
We should discipline our power of
thought We should bridle and sad
dle it and guide it in the course we
wish to follow.
Omaha Woman's Club is
Going Back to Old Home
The Omaha Woman's ctub is going
to move again. Last year the meet
ing place was shifted from the Met
ropolitan building to the Young
Women's Christian association. This
year the club meetings will once more
be held at the Metropolitan building
on Harney street
Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowles of Los
Angeles, president of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs, will
speak at the opening meeting of the
club Monday, October i. ine local
clubs belonging to the federation will
give a large reception in her honor
Winter Excursion Rates
' To Florida to Be Higher
The railroads have announced the
annual winter excursion rates to
southern points. A six months' re
turn limit is allowed. Presumably due
to the high cost of living, the Florida
rates are about $4 higher than last
year. This year the rate to Jackson
ville and return will be $54.66; Miami,
$76.66; Palm Beach, $73.06. The rate
to New Orleans and return is $63.33,
the same as last year.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same price
For QUALITY and PRICES TRADE at the WASHINGTON MARKET
Call Tyler 470 and tm Your Order.
Bett Granulated Sugar, 15 Iba., for $1.00
Ruilicl Box Keffer Pear, per box, $1.60
Fancy Colorado Peaches, wrapped, per
crate, at Mc
Italian Blue Pluma, 4 -basket crates, per
erate, at $1.50
Tokay Grmpei, 4 -basket crates, per crate.
V" 7. $1.65
per basket 42Vc
Extra Larsre Cookint? or Eating Apples,
per peck 28c
Extra Large Head Lettuce, head.... 10c
Extra Fancy Large Sweet Potatoes, per
large market basket 55c
Extra Large Potatoes, peck 35c
All Brands Creamery Butter. Jb S4
Good Butterlne, 2-lb. roll 30c
Home Made Peanut Butter, made while
you wait, per lb...,. , ise
Large cans Tomatoes, per can... 10c
Sugar Corn, 8 cans for 25c
Early June Peas, 3 cans for. ...... .25c
Extra fancy Japan Rice, per Ib....7C
Extra Fancy Peaberry Coffee, lb. ,22ljfa
WASHINGTON'S BEST FLOUR noth
ing finer on the market, every sack
warranted, per sack. $l.Bft
? r - MEATS
Home Dressed Spring Chickens, Tb., 22Va
Choice Steer Shoulder Roast lb.
Young Veal Roast, lb
Extra Lean Pork Roast, lb......
Young Mutton Legs, lb
Choice Steer Boiling Beef, lb
Lamb Stew, 8 Iba.. for.....,...,
Veal Stew or Breast, lb
Choice Steer Sirloin Steak, lb. .... . ,S0c
Choice Steer Shoulder Steak, t lbs., 25c
Choice Steer Round Steak, lb. .....lac
Young Veal Chaps, lb 15c
Young Mutton Chops, S lbs., for 25c
Pure Lard, per lb 15c
Compound Lard. 2 Iba., for. 25c
Strictly Sugar Cured Extra Lean Bacon,
per lb., at 22VC
Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon, backs
per lb., at 17'Ae
Sugar Cured Regular Hams, lb. ...lSe
Sugar Cured Picnic Hams, lb. ... . .13e
SPECIALS IN OUR DELICATESSEN
Roasted Prime Rib Roast of Beef, lb., 48c
Roasted Legs of Lamb, lb BOc
Roasted Young Legs of Veal, lb.... 50c
Roasted Large Spring Chickens, each,
from 75c to 85c
Home Mad Welnles, Coney Islands or
Bologna, per Jb. .............. UVie
Knock Wurst, Polish Sausage or Frank.
rum, per id boc
AUTO DELIVERY TWICE UAiLY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
THE WASHINGTON MARKET
In. Most Sanitary and Up-to-Dat. Market tn th. Wnt
Phon. Tylr 470 Connects All Dapts. 1407 Dauflas S, Omaha, N.b.
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chickens, lb. ; . V. . .'.'.19'c
Choice Forequarters Lamb, per lb 9c
This week we have 19,000 Iba. of live spring chickens, which we will drees to
your order Saturday. Com early these chickens will sell fast.
Porterhouse Steak, per lb 17Vc
Steer Pot Roast, lb lOVac
Julius veai aoiii, id I lyjc
Young. Veal Chops, lb 14VaC
fig Pork Roast, lb MMlc
ig Pork Butts, lb 16,c
Ig Pork Loins, per lb 15c
Pig Pork Chops, lb 17c
Spare Ribs, per lb 10c
Opposite Wool worth's Sc and 10c Stan.
No. 1 Rib Roast of Bwf, lb 1V.C
Extra Lean Reg-ular Hams, H lS'.c
Sugar Cured Hams, lb.,..- 12.
Extra Lean Bacon, tb. ........ P..1S
Sug-ar Curi Bacon, lb.... .184
From I to p. m. 3 lbs. C. P. Lard, 3Se
From 0 to 10 p. m. Lamb Chop., lb., 5c
113 South 16th Stmt
Phena Doug. 2307
No guess work
You can know
You will get good results
and have heathful, whole
some foods by usin
KG Baking Powder
Ask your grocer he knows
Fifty Thousand in
Chicago, StpL IS. Stephen Mich
niuk, 20 years old, manager of the
private bank of Michniuk & Sons,
which closed yesterday with nearly
$50,000 in deposits missing, surrend
ered to State' Attorney Hoyne to
day. All that was found in the closed
bank when representatives of the
state' attorney chopped their way
into it was $119.
The failure makes the forty-third
private bank that has failed in Chi
cago within the last five years.
And Managers to
Meet Here in 1917
Omaha captured the 1917 conven
tion of the National Association of
Building Owners and Managers at
the meeting at the Sunset club, St.
Louis, Thursday evening. The en
tertainment staged under the direc
tion of Hugh Wallace proved such a
success that the delegates decided
they wanted to come to Omaha to
see. where they raised such entertain
ers. Loomis vwas re-elected national
, American Honored. . . . p
P.ria. Sept 14. Robert Bowman .bf
Lake Forest, III,, a driver ot section No. 1
of the American field ambulanoe aervlce,
has been cited In the order, of th. day
for "arrupuloua devotion to duty, never
hesitating In th. presenc. of dancer."
1916 Milk-fed Spring Chickens, lb 193c
Pig Pork Loins, per lb 15c
W. so'd wit th. chickens kafor last Saturday. Thla wMk w h.v. 25.000 lbs.
of llv. spring chlchnns, which w. will dres. to your order.
No. 1 Rib Roast of Reef, lb l.V'.c
F.xtra Ian Regular Hams, lb ISc
Sugar Cured Hams, lb - 12V4c
Extra Wan Baron, lb 18-c
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 16c
From to p. m. Lamb Chop., lbM Be
From 9 to 10 p. m. Pork Chops, lb, ISc
Phon Douglas 2793
1610 HARNEY STREET
New R.pld Delivery System.
Steer Pot Roast, lb.
Young Veal Roast, lb.
Young Veal Chop., lb.
Pig Pork Roast, lb...
Pig Pork Butts, lb. . .
Porterhous. Steak, per
Lamn Legs, lb ,
Spar. Ribs, lb
Pig Pork Chips, lb...,
Mall Ordara FIHad Frompt'y.
17 POUNDS SUGAR, $1
PURE GRANULATED ' '
I Iba. beat Coffe. ,....(1410
Coffe. Special, lb. soe
Teaa for icing, per lb. go.' t. so.
Sugar sold with 11.00 order of other
MOYUNE TEA CO.,
40 N. l(th St, Phua. Dug. 1448.
Best for Ev.ryon.
PURE AND RICH
J.raay and Ayrshire
Cows ' ' '
T.lephon. Wilaut 1823
for fnt. aaninla bottla
A. A. Martin tt Son,
Hgpr 100Puref VM5
FCnmnA Armourt Grap Juice carries 7 (J J? Yl
KllifeiHhlST I tho famous Oval Label Armour I f ' l
I W rri i-i-c? Cuarantea of absolute purit. This I f
jPROPUCTSr is nature's own beverage, undiluted, '. I I i I
fgg nnfermented and unsweetened saw iliiirrffTTTmi.ayVM 1
11 ' lbr the Mtui ror of too grap wtyfl $L?fj 1 ll
Lfc w th. dir wK. - feet Clarification by tho exclusivt Armour iS ? M-Jh II
II process. . fyJZLM JJ
L Grape Juice is the great Bummer drink for oil No affirm our $2 '
V other be vera ce has so large a variety of uses. Armour's, becauso M?ft.T r'TrTTTJ
X of its purity, is the ideal drink for children, invalids and old W.'l'l'Ja 4lll I
peoplo as wel'. as for the strong and vigorous, VlistiYrrii?i5 I
I ffSkw Order Annour-s in the Family Case of six one-pint bottle. I
IlltlSSk. '" ARMouwAcoMPANy . - tn t,' kT?v
IIIIHTSl ROBT. BUDATZ, Mgr., tsth and Jones St.,, Rflt. 11
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v , 1 beer is the most popular, listen to (
kkfi f the great majority of people order Gund's t 3
. .oalllflT iitNNff, Peerless Beer. Its sparkling clearness 'J
V 'Vfl (if J ViVi e -i and delightful snap give it that zest that
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Jfy n hi form goodness are features the Gund
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It i-''TttMi'i Sold in bottles at clubs, restaurants and
J6mu9Zfinv Vjr ' bars, or delivered to your home In the case.
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