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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 81, 1917.
L January 30 j
' Grand Time for Candlemaa Nifht
Candkmas night ati the University
club promises to be a mysterious and
jovial occasion for the members of
. i the University club. Instead of just
a plain "amoker" although when did
the club ever have auch a function
nhout some added thrills? the
wiiolier planned for the evening of
l'ruiay. February I. is to an be an
. extraordinary occasion.
Irritation cards for the event bear
r .jtncicant quotation from good. old.
h-s:y Chaucer. "'Ti a luckie Chaunce
dotiie oft brynge weale or woe To
ii;yghti Kyngges." Chaucer. Feb. 2,
l.i,V. Further arniouncemen' is made
llvit a real sensation is promised for
I - afair. Von will be permitted,
it:.), urged' the notice continues, "to
- ,c ...e sacreci rules of the house
, j..imittcc. if you are not lucky or
f xood bluffer, don't come; you might
t tlie booby priic.' There are many
. i - suitable prizes for Juck and
Mirh nourishment will be ad
r.iu ia'.ered to those ivho show the
... . ao Cut pint. ' Beware the
l jttncerV Gamboling 8 to 10."
..ro:!:a' interesting event on the
V'nnerjitv club calendar is the yal
r fne dmner-r'aiice. which will be
Ifiven the evening of Valentine's day.
' i ..... win ut out of the few large
dancing parties before Lent and it
I cang looked forward to with great
pleasure , by cortege "and university
alumni in the city. , ,
Beta Tlieia Pi alumni have planned
a delightful fraternal gathering at the
University cli-b on the evening ol
February 9. .This party is to include
nil'tlie Betas, their wiv, sisters and
"cousins." The committee in charge
xperti to have at least fifty couples
' prcsen,. ;. , - ' '" ., .
Dtvidson-tevy Wedding. '
, The wedding of Miss Miriam Jessie
i-evy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
'l.evj'. to Mr. Abe Davidson of Dcs
Moim-v la., will take place at the
i'ontenelle at 6 o'efock tonight. Kabhi
Frederick Colin of Temple Israel offi
ciating. A wedding (upper for the
fcuists, who for the most part are
out-of-town relatives, will be served
' directly after the nuptial ceremony.
The bede wiW.be gowned in cream
satin, made en traiiie,, with an over
drapery of imported chiffon trimmed
' with pearls. She will carry a white
boun.l Bible, from which will fall a
shower of lilies of the. valley. The
only attendant; hefsister, Helen, will
wear a yellow tulle and taffeta com
bination trimmed with electric blue
sequins; violets to be worn with this
Mrs. Levy,, the bride's mother, will
wear black tulle over satin, with pan
els front and back of jet sequins; the
bodice of silver lace. The 1 bride
groom's mother, Mrs. Saul Pavidson
ot Dei Moines, will wear a handsome
net gown fashioned over a deep blue
Mr. Ellis Leyittiof Pes Moines will
be hesi man.
The young couple plan an extended
tour of southern California, sailing
from there for Honolulu. Upon their
return they will reside in Des Moines.
The marriage of Miss Ruth' Lind
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
T. Lindley, to Mr. Harold Noble of
Kansas City, Mo., ' waa solemnized
this afternoon, at i o'clock1 at the
home of the bride's parents before
thirty of the immediate relatives and
few intimate friends. Re. Oliver.
Keve of Walnut Hill Methodist Epis
copal church officiated. Miss Helen
Wallace of Lincoln, a sorority sister
of the bride, played the wedding
march. ' ... ,
Fink satin trimmed in silver lace
made up the bridal gown, the tulle
veil being held in place by a wreath
of I dies of the valley. She carried
a sbower bouquet of pale pink roses
and lilies of the valley.
The couple stood before an impro
vised altar of palms and smilax, at
. the side of which were two tall bask
' ts filled with pink roses.
The out-of-town guests included
the groom's family, Mr. -and Mrs. H.
G. Noble, Miss Marguerite Noble, and
. Mr. Myron -Noble, and Mrs. Guy
Heed and Miss Helen Wallace, all of
Mr. Noble and his bride left 'for a
southern trip, after which they will
be at home in Kansas City. -
For Departing Couple. "
Chapter B. P. of the P. E. O. sister
hood will entertain at dinner at the
. Hotel Rome this evening for Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. McGlasson, who leave this
evening to make their home in De
troit Decorationa will be in the sis
terhctod colors, yellow . and white.
Honor Bridal Couple. ' '
Mrs. G. L. Bradley was hostesslhis
afternoon at the' bridge party in honot
of Mrs. Paul Bradley, a recent bride.
' '1 hree tables were . placed for the
. game and the parlors were decorated
in pink roses in bud vases.
' This evening Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bradley will be honored at an infor
mal dancing party given by their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bradley,
w hen six couples will be present. .,
Entertainments in Prospect
Mrs. ,E. B. Nye will entertain
women of the General Henry Lawton
auxiliary Wednesday afternoon at her
home in Florence.
Mrs. W.'R. McKeen is entertaining
- the Original Monday , Bridge club
. next week. , . . '.'
"he Junior Bridge club meets this
- week with , Miss Marion . Kuhn on
, . Mrs. P. J. Emig will entertain the
. fewing club of St. James orphanage
at her home Thursday afternoon.
Tie Unitarian Junior club is to hold
t - tls dancing parties the last Friday of
each month. This arrangement would
make the date of the next club party
l ebruary 2i.
Mrs. Charles T. Kountie will en
tertain the members of the Original
Looking club tomorrow before her
-departure for the east. -
Mrs Douglas Welpton will give
her monthly tea for her students next
"ltusday afternoon. Twenty-two of
her pupils will take part in the pro
gram and Mrs. Welpton will give a
ulk, after which tea will be served.
With the Visitors.
Mrs. E. i. Hitch and daughter.
Martha, of Seattle, Wash., are the
guests ol Mrs. Hitch's sister, 'Mrs.
Delia Roush. Miss Hitch is a stu-
dent in the University of Washing-
ion. : ' f :
Affairs for every minute of the time
re being given for Mrs. C E. Goodin
HEAD OF CLUB SPONSORING
MUSICAL EVENT TODAY.
The Tuesday Morning Musical
club, headed by Mrs. S. S. Caldwell,
presents an Omaha pianist, Miss
Corinne Paulson, with the Flonzaley
quartet at the Brandeis theater to
night. Hr. and Mrs, .Caldwell,. with
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilhelm, will
have a hox party for this evqnt, their
guests including Mrs. Duncan Vin
sonhaler, Mrs John Caldwell, Miss
Frances Wcssels and Mr, Alexander
Richardson. . ;, ' , '
Officerf of , the club entertained
Miss Paulson and the gentlemen of
the quartet, Adolfo Betti, Ugo Ara,
Ivan I) Archambeau and Alfred
Doclion, at luncheon at the Fonte
nelle. The Utile, which was placed in one
oi tne private dining rooms, was-
decorated with a basket of pink roses.
Covers were laid for; , '
H. "'Idwrll. T. J. Mlhv .
St. Bfcchur Howell. H. . Clark V,
Wlltluma Sflars Fop-
ChirlM M Wllhalm.
A. C. .lohnaon, i
Mlaa Hrlen Millard
v Others occupying boxes for the
concert this evening at the Brandeis
are Mrs. F. A. Nash, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Summers and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Vith Miss Frances Nash in her
box this evening will be Missl Kath-
enne Kemp Millings, Mrs. hdward
W. Nash. Miss Proux and. Miss Cath
erine Cartas). , . ,
' J 11 11 "
of Salt Lake City, who is to be with
her sister, Mra. Lee Huff, until Thurs
day., yesterday Mrs. f. t. fclhck en
tertained at luncheon in her honor at
the Fontenelle. In .he evening she
was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. P. W,
Mikraell t dinner and the Orpheum.
today Mrs; h. H. Bruenim was host'
ess at an informal luncheon at the
tilackstone, 1 bmorrow Mrs. W. M.
Oilier is giving a luncheon and bridge
in ner nonor.
Mrs. H. E. Sidles of Lincoln came
up today to spend a day with Mrs.
Lee Huff and waa included among
the riiesta at the affairs for Mrs.
Inithe Social World Today.
Mrs. Charles George entertained a
few friends informally at luncheon
this noon at her home. , ' ' !
sirs. a. i. kooi waa Hostess tor tne
Monday Bridge club, and Mrs. Frank
S. Keogh for the Tuesday Bridge
CIUD. -a , ,:
Mrs. R. N. Howes entertained
eight guests at an informal Orpheum
matinee party today in honor of Mrs.
R. E. Drennen of Canora, Saskatche
wan, Canada, who is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Biddick.
Mrs. Drennen was formerly Miss
Mrs. R. R. Evans and daughter,
Miss Clara Evans, have gone to Cal
ifornia for a several months' stay.
Mr. Evans will join them in a few
Miss Mary Norris has had such a
severe attack of grippe that her plans
have been completely disarranged.
Her wedding to Mr, Frank Selby will
consequently be postponed until
spring. Miss Norris is recovering
siowiy irom ner illness. i
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hamilton left last I
.Li.,., : ,7 , . ., i
nigni lor v-nicago, canea mere rjy tne
illness of their son, Warren.
The Henry Doorlys have moved
to the H. Baldrige house for the time
being. , - .
Miss Helen Howe, who was forced
to leave school in the winter because
of ill health, will resume her studies
at the state university the first of the
week. ' - . -.
Mrs. L. A. Jennings, who has been
making her home with her daughter,
Mrs. M. D. Cameron, left this noon
for a pleasure trip to California.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drake will
be at Del Monte hotel, Monterey, Cal
for a week or ten days.
Among tne women who accom-
panied their husbands on the Rotari-,
an convention trip to Sioux City are
Mesdameir D. A. Johnson, R. L. Car-!
ter, John Welch and John Keller. '
is simply delicious
r " i -
k) r; J,
, ' PureHealtiaiulEcoiaOinical
' The highest grade of baking powder pos
, sible to bay and your money refunded
if it fails to satisfy. , Ask your dealer.
' Jque Wf. Co, Chicago
From the Master
C ALLOT favors a short jacket of yellow fur to wear with a
frock of beige duvetvh that ia also trimmed with the yellow
fur., This makes a very effective and sweet combination.
' The New York States Bar associa
tion haa voted to admit women to its
It is just sixty years since the first
women's hosnital in the world waa
! founded in New York' City.
Honda Daughters ot the American
Revolution are preparing to hold their
annual conference at DeLand early
next month. , i '
The Marchioness of , Londonderry
ia passionately fond of hunting and is
one of the few aristocratic sports
women of Great Britain who rides
astride. '', j . .
Miss Elisabeth Kenny of Los An
geles county has the distinction of
being the hrst California woman to
h inmini. , ;l,r;tanf an.
" . -i-
' A spirited contest is promised for
the office of president-general of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion when the next national confer
ence of the Society meets in Washing
ton in April.
Maggie Mitchell, who was a fam
ous actress in the days of our fathers,
will celebrate her eighty-fifth birth
day anniversary soon. Since her re
tirement from the stage Miss Mit
chell has made her home in New
York City. -
Ladv Beattv. wife ' of England's
foremost naval hero and daughter
of the Chicago millionaire, the late
Marshall Field, is devoting nearly
all her time to war relief work. She
has converted her palatial steam
when made with
Designer of Paris
yacht into a hospital, ship, where'
wounded men receive all the com
forts and attention that her vast
wealth can possibly give them. ;
An important development of the
women's movement in the countries
of northern Europe is to be seen in
the formation of the. Federation of
Northern Women's Rights associa
tion, which has just held its first con
ference, in Stockholm. -
The woman' suffrage movement in
England is not new by any means.
Half a century ago, on. May 20, 1867,
to be exact; the House of. Commons
registered a negative vote against a
proposal to allow women to vote in
In a certain Chicago bank, having
deposits of more than $1,000,000, the
savings department is run entirely
under the direction of a woman, who
manages the advertising and is re
sponsible for all the additions and
improvements to the department
I THE H ADD0RFF IDEA
Direct From factory To Home j
J We Save You the -Middleman's Profit j
I on Your Piano. Call and Let Us Explain.' I
I ;P0u4 HADD0RFF Pu4 1
MUSIC HOUSE A
1 f l "Watch Our Windows" :
' THE HIGHECT QUALITY
N - - a--
Use the telephone $or "
Bee Want Ads. Tyler 1000
' The Wife Aequ;re$ Tndenwn
By DOROTHY DIX.
i Once upon a time there was a Man
and his Wife who lived together in
great Peace and Happiness.
I The Wife was one of those Delight
ful Dames who considered Cookery
a Fine Art instead of Drudgery, bhe
I could make Sauce Hollandaise that
did Not taste like Bill Stocker's Paste,
her Roasts were Dreams, and her En
trees Things to Eat on your Knees.
Every day she set before her hus
band a Dinner that made life Worth
Living, and as she was also Fond of
the Eats she had the Cheery Outlook
on the 4Vorld, and the Amiable Dis
position of those who are Well Nour
ished and have1 no Orouch against
their Stomachs. 1 ",
All of this made Matrimony a glad
sweet song for the Husband, and he
Never Noticed that as the Years went
by his Wife lost her Girlish Figure.
All that he thought of was how much
Better "Home Cooking was than the
Messed you get in Swell Restaurants,
and what a Nice Thing it was to have
a Jolly Wife to go home to at Night
when your day's Work was over, and
you couldn't) have Pulled him away
from his own Fireside with a Team of
Oxen. v. '
So all went well with this Fortu
ate. Couple until by' chance one day
the 'Wife met a Friend she had not
seen for a long Time.
"How Well you are looking," ex
claimed the Friend, who was a Female
Cat; "you must have put on about
Forty Pounds since I saw you last."
"Do you think so," cried the Wife
"There is nothing that makes a
woman look so Old as Fat," continued
the Friend, "and while 1 do Not Wish
to Imolant anv Suspicion in your
Mind, I feel that it my Sacred Duty
to warn you that the Only way a
Wife can Retain her Husband's Af
fections is by Keeping a Svelte and
"I Trust my Husband," answered
the Wife feebly.
. "Thej; all do, continued the Friend,
"but you will observe that all Affini
ties i are built on the , Architectural
Lines of a Snake and that when a
Married Man Elopes he always does
it with Somebody Who does not
Weigh more than half as much as his
Wife does. Heed' my Warning, and
you may Save, yourself much Misery.
Now the Wife was Deeply Enam
ored of her Husband and so, as the
best Feminine Dopesters had figured
it out that the Measure of a Hus
band's Love was in Direct Ratio to
his Wife's Belt Measure, she hied her
self forth to the Places where they
Practice the Torture known as Re
ducing. ; '
They Boiled her and, they Beat her
until she was black and blue. They
Rolled her and they Pounded her, and
they put Her on a Diet of Three
Prunes and a Glass of Water, and by
sticking to this Regime, it waa not
long before the Wife got a Thin and
Haggard Look, and a Disposition like
a Basket of Lemons. .,
Not being able to Eat anything
good herself, she lost interest in her
Housekeeping. Her Dinners, instead
of being Gastronomic Poems, became
Culinary Outrages, and she Flavored
them, up by ihanding out a Line of
Talk that Hammered the, Universe,
and made the Husband afraid of his
Life. - ,
"What is the matter with you?"
asked the Husband, when he could
Endure it no longer.
wailed the Wife.
Thm ,F.at " aaid the Husband
"I dare not," replied the Wife, "be
cause I am trying to Reduce in order
to Retain your Affection." -
"Go tof" 'Cried the Husband. 'I am
not one of those men who have a
Morbid Interest in Living Skeletons.
Personally, I prefer a Wife, who
shows'1 that I am a Good Provider,
and I apprehend that most Men are
in the same Boat. '
"Take it from me that after a man
Is Married he is more Interested in
the Way his .Wife Treats him than
he is in her Looks,' and that the
Right Way to Reduce so as to Re
tain a Husband's Love is for a woman
to Cut Down on her Nagging, and
her Temper, and het Nerves." ' .
Thereunnn the Wife fell to and Ate
everything that Fattened, and theyl
Lived Happuy E-ver mier.
Moral: This fable teaches that it is
better for a woman to be Fat and
Jolly than Slender and Fractious, and
that the Perfect Thirty-Sixes are not
always the Best Loved Wives.
Put selected oysters in a. strainer
and pour over cold water, allowing
two-thirds of a cup to a quart of
oysters. Carefully pick over the
oysters, taking each one separately
and removing any particles of shell
which adhere to the tough muscle.
Pat dry in a tea towel, sprinkle with
salt and peppet anj. roll each oyster
in a thick slice of bacon. Secure bacon
with toothpicks and broil over hot fire.
Serve on a hot platter with garnish of
cress. ' -
EVERY MAN'S DUTY TO HIMSELF
TS SAVE WHILE HIS EARNING CAPACITY IS GREATEST
Occidental Building and Loan Association Pays 6 Per Cent Quarterly
ASSETS $5,000,000 Dividends SURPLUS $180,000
OCCIDENTAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
322 South Eighteenth Stmt
JOHN F. FLACK, President: R. A. McEACHRON, Vice President; GEO. C. FLACK. Treasurer.
- E. N. BOVELL, Secretary; JOHN T. BROWNLEE, Assistant Secretary.
r " Robert dempster;
Edited by Irma H. Grote J)omtU;
Scietce. u)efiarfonenJt Cint JCiykfSckooL
It would be interesting to trace
back and find the first cook whose
ingenuity transformed a sprinkling
of sugar on top of a cake into a real
frosting. That step was a real crea
tive achievement. .From it have come
in our modern times the delicious
products of the baker's art, which
tempt the eye and the palate alike.
While we all realize that we enjoy
frostings, we overlook the fact that
an icing adds a great deal of real
food value to a cake. It is a concen
trated food, being so largely sugar;
pf the various kinds of icings
which have so many fancy names one
can distinguish two general types,
the raw and the cooked. Practically,
all the raw icings are made of pow
dered or confectioners' sugar (the
latter being slightly more choice),
moistened with a liquid. The liquid
may be plain water, or fruit juice,
or cream., or unbeaten egg white.
'Sometimes butter is used, with coffee
as the liquid, to make a Mocha frost
ing. Sometimes in place of moisten
ing with a. liquid the sugar is added
to beaten egg white. The great ad
vantage of a raw frosting is the sure
ness of the result. To all but the ex
pert a boiled frosting is a gamble;
the raw' cannot be a failure. How
ever, the raw frosting is 'somewhat
more expensive and, I believe, never
quite equals the perfect boiled frost
ing when that rarity is met.
PLAIN CNGOOKXD FBOHTtNG.
t T. cream ar watar, ess white
or Powdered ausar till
1 egv w&Ue, unbeat- thick enough -to
' en, or - apread. ,
Part cream and partplavorlns
Stir powdered sugar into liquid or
egg till the whole is of a thick,
creamy consistency. A variety of
flavorings suggest themselves va
nilla extract, lemon extract, almond
and vanilla, rose, etc. Chopped nuts
candied fruits,, cocoanut, etc., make
good additions. One square of choco
late melted or two teaspoonfuls cocoa
may be used.
Orated rind one or- 1 T. orange juice
angfi Tolk egs
1 t brandy Powdered sugar
t. lemon Juice A
Add rind to brandy and fruit
juices; let stand fifteen minutes;
strain and add gradually to yolW of
egg slightly tteaten. Stir in pow
dered sugar tilt of right consistency
to spread. -
1 e. powdered auxaT 2 T. strong coffee
1' T. butter ti t vanilla
2 t. cocoa ,
Cream butter, add quarter cupful
sugar, then cocoa and coffee. Add
rest of sugar gradually and vanilla.
1 egg while Flavoring
i U cold water ' Pew gratna atflt
e. powdered augar
Beat egg white with salt un
til stiff: add water and sugars Beat
..':' ''I'v Buy Your Groceries at '
THE BASKET STORES
It's the Saving Way
Oraagea, Z8S siss, doassj..
Oranges; 176 else, tfosen.
Oranges, ISO .is., doisn.
Oranges, 126 aiss, damn..
'.ike and lc
Potatoes, you should sse thsm.
Petatoea, Idaho Netted Govs, f io.lt pot.-
.toss grown, pock, 59c; bushel $233
Othera, peck. 54c; bushel S2.14
Flsur, Economy,- an oaeoUont flour. 48
pound sack S2 .25
In S uck lota, par 48-lb. sack 1X22
; CLEANING MATERIAL
Bon Ami. cake.'. . .8c
Light House Cleanssr. a high grade
cleaner at a low price , . . . .4e
Toiloteer, like Sanlllush, can 15c
Caatlls Soap. Til, Urge bar. ..... .4c
Eacal, Cudahya white floating soap,
Ilka ivory, bar.. 4c
Diamond C Soap. V- bare 25c
Pyramid Washing Powder, 6c pkg.ee
t0-lb. Standard pkg. Sugar. ........ ,99c
) ' CEREALS; ETC.
Shredded Wheat, 15c pkg 11c
National Corn Flakes, pkg 6c
3 pkge. for 16c
Rice, best Jap, 10c grade, 5 lbs. for. .25c
Crinkle Corn Flakes, 15c sirs 10c
Quaker Puffed Wheat or Corn, pkg., 14c
Kellogg'a Krumbles, pkg.. . , 9c
Post Tosstios, 15c pkg... 13c
Only s few of our every day prices. Over 300 mors equally as low. '
' IF YOU WANT A BASKET STORE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GET UP A
PETITION. Wo will open enqther store in Omaha wber enough petitioners ehow
patronage will Justify It. Call at The Basket Stores Office, 108 N. 9th St.
thoroughly, then add flavoring. One
quarter cup sugar extra may be
needed if icing seems thin.
The cooked frostings are either
like cream candies, or are a combin
ation of sirup and beaten egg white.
The former may be made from any
good fudge recipe, cooked slightly
less hard than usual. A penoche re
cipe makes a so-called "caramel"
frosting which is especially good on
The regular boiled frosting, called
also White Mountain Cream, is as
i c augar 1 egg. white
1-3 e. boiling water Flavoring
Stir sugar and water together, then
boil without stirring, to the soft ball
stage, or 238 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pour onto, stiffly beaten egg white
and beat until of right consistency
to spread. Add flavoring.
The two difficult points are to
reach exactly the "soft ball" stage,
and the "right consistency to spread."
It has been my observation that noth
ing but practice will give one a feel
ing of security oh those two points.
Brown sugar may be substituted
for white; or one square melted
chocolate may be added during beat
ing. MARSHMALLOW FBOSTDMa. .
c. sugar J T. hot water
K c. mUk t, vanilla
K lb. marahmallowa
Boil sugar and milk six minutes.
Break or cut marshmallows. melt in
double boiler, add hot water and
cook till mixture is smooth. Add hot
sirup gradually, stirring constantly.
Beat till cool enough to spread. Add
All measurements are level. ,
c cup. T. table poop,
t. teaspoon. . v lb. pound.
Butcher Shop Opened Where v
Horse Meat Sold Exclusively
New York, Jan. 29. A butcher shop
in which horse meat is sold exclusive
ly has been opened in Harlem, with
the sanction of the Board of Health,
it became known tonight. A sign over
the door reads: "Horse flesh for sale
here." Round and sirloin steaks are
quoted at 12 cents pound, while in
ferior cuts sell as low as 6 cents a 1
pound. Horse meat frankfurters retail
at 10 cents a dozen. 1
of the Age
! committed every day
br the an ef ni
row ere m.m fit tbem
read em. m
een erranre te make It In wrmmSa,
Dr. J.T. McCarthy.
Walts M1-1M flrasalias BMs. M Seas.
Corn, sis No. 2 can, 3 cans 28
Corn, sis 2 can, Co. Goat, can 11c
Pees, also 2 can, 3 cane 28c
Tomatoes, else 2V,, 3 can.. 34e
Tomatoes, siso 3. can .............12c
You will be delighted with thsss toma
toes. Also carry a nice line of Nectar
brand gooda, big heet rrsdo packed.
Coffee, Sweet Santos Blond, 1-ib. pkg.
Our Independent, regular 35c grade, 2
lb. can for , ' , .84c
Jello, pkg., 9c; 3 for ...,25c
Mines Moat, Sc; 3 .for 22c
Fancy Muir Peaches, lb ......ltc
Raieina, seeded, pkg 8s
Prunes, largo site, lb 12e
Honor, rack....! IS
: MEAT DEPARTMENT, V
Buttermilk, gallon 8c
Pur Loaf Lard, lb. ............. .21c
Best Creamery Butter, lb ..40c
Good Creamery Butter, lb 38
Armour's Butterine, Tip, tinted, lb.
Tip, white, lb 24c
Cash Habit, lb..-. 20c
Magnolia, 2-U. ran 33c
Crisco 30c, eoe, $1.20, $1.80
Brick uneese, id aec
Wisconsin Full Cream Choose, lb. 30c
Best Short Ribs, lb lie, 13c
Best Rib Roast, lb.
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