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THE BEE: (WATTA, SATOTBAT, MAY 28, 191T.
PIG PORK LOINS, PER LB ... 182c
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS, PER LB 1778c
Steer Pot Roast, lb
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb
Younr Veal Rout, lb..
Younr veal unoue, to
Pir Pork Ro.it. lb 1SV.C
PI Pork Butts.
Choice Mutton Chop, lb...
Choice Mutton Rout, lb...
Span Rtu, Jb
Porterhouse Stesk, lb....
Lean Rerular Hams, lb..
Surer Cured Hams, lb....
Katre Iesn Bacon, lb....
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb.,.
From I to p. as. Pork Chops, lb.,
From e to 10 p.
. m. Lamb Chops, lb.,
Jo to all parU of Ifco tltrMall oroVa lUM at tha pricoa.
IflO Hersey Strut. "' -
Jifome Sconomics department
Cut the high cot of living by phoning in your order to
THE WASHINGTON MARKET
Choice Steer Sirloin Steak, lb to
litre Finer Choice Steel Xlb Roaat, er
lb at J
Extra Finer Veal Chopi, lb... 20s
Young Fat Hens, lb M '.
Young Roasting Chickens, lb ItVi'
Choice Steer Beef Roast, Ih....l7c, 20c
Extra Finer Young Veal Chops, lb..20e
Strletlr Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
per lb., at ',e
It lbs. Granulated Sugar $100
All brand! of Creamerr Butter, lb... 40a
Extra Fancr Java Coffee, S lbs I9e
Good Santos Coffee, lb , SOe
Spider Log, Uncolored Japan or Gun
powder Tea, special, per lb 48o
Uncolored Japan Tea Sittings, 1 lbs. ,25c
Large Bottles of Cstsup, for ZSc
Gold Mine Brand Flour, aack....$3.7S
Pure Preserves, epecial, at 19c
Extra Large Oregon Prunes, lb.... 15c
I ..re. Rf flweethre.iti. lb 3Sc
Supreme Brukfut Bacon, extra lean, per
lb., at 3S',c
Pig Pork Rama, lb 1C
Pig Pork Shoulders, lb IS'.e
Strletlr Sugar Cured Regular Hams, hslf
or whole, lb '., 2eV,e
Extra Fancr Young Veal Roast, per lb.,
at 20c and 2Sc
Fresh Spara Ribs, lb 14e
Fresh Lake Trout, lb..... 20c
Dried Peachee. neeled. ! lbs. for....2Se
Extra Faner Laree Raisins, lb 10c
Sawtar, per can , 30o
Toilet Paper, rolls for 2Sc
Sunlight Cleanser, I for ,.10c
Fresh, Crisp Ginger Snsps, S lbs 2Sc
Freefc Soda er Oyster Crackers, i lbs.,
Assorted Cooklst, to I lbs. to the box,
per box. at , $1.00
Navy Beans, per lb 17'ic
Red Kidney or Chill Beans, lb 15c
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Extra Finer Missouri Strawberries, per
quart, at ..........15a
Large Head Lettuce, t (or 15a
Extra Faner Loaf Lettuce, t for. ...Sc
Home Grown Radishes, bunches for, .5e
Ripe Plnoapplee, each 10c
Extra Large Thin skinned Lemons, per
dossn. at 20c
WE DELIVER ALL OVER THE CITY
AH Or sirs Southwest of Dodge Strut Luva at 10 A. M. Everr Day. '
All Orders Northwest af Dodge Strut Leave at 2 P. M. Every Day.
Kxtra Largs Now Potatoes, I !ba....2S
New Cabbage, per lb ......7Vic
Yellow Dried Onions, lb .7",c
Extra Faner Tomatoes, basket 25c
Golden Beane, wax beans or Frssh Peso,
2 quarts for, . ,2Sc
Green Onions, 8 bunches for. ...... .5c
Extra SwMt Oranges, dosen.l 20c
Large Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c
1407 DOTJCU AS
,ng most umt-Btrm
amd marwsiliMgr in
The general rules for freezing des
serts, discussed in last Tuesday's ar
ticle, apply to all types of frozen des
serts. In brief, the directions are to
use three parts of ice to one of salt
for ordinary mixtures, to adjust the
freezer carefully before packing, and
not to fill the container more than
three-fourths full, as a liquid ex
pands in freezing. In inventing new
recipes one must be careful not to
use too heavy a sirup, for the ordi
nary freezer will not freeze an overly
is often preferred on account of the
flavor. A quart of1 ice cream can be
made with no more labor than any
other fairlv elaborate dessert, and
sweet combination, because the freezyte labor is not over a hot stove. Ten
mg point ot Heavy sirup is lower
than can be obtained in a household
freezer. A special word' might be
added on the value of a one-quart
freezer in a small family. -In the cities
one can send for a small quantity of
ice cream, but in small towns .the
quality of ice cream is not always of
the best, nor is the bought product
easily available at all times. And. even
in the citi(s the home-made ice cream
MILK Is the
1 CHEAPEST FOOD f
I Economy in foods is using
foods that contain the most in
nutritive value for the money. ?
i Milk is one of the richest and '
most healthful of foods. '
1 ALAMITO j
t Pasteurizer1 Milk is the rich- ?
I est, cleanest. SAFEST milk. No
f dangerous disease bacteria, no
"water" the biggest buy in
i foods. I
Hot weather will soon be here.
Take no chances on the milk ?
. use Alamito. ' - I
- Delivered Before Breakfast or
at Your Grocer's.! ?
The Alamito Dairy Co. I
m - i
LIVE BETTER FOR LESS!
IF YOU CARE TO SAVE
Vou will lino great help in the hundreds of reduced Grocery prices every day at the Basket Stores. Here are
a few. '
ECONOMY A wonderful hultb flour,
24.1b. sack SI TS
4S-lb. aaak S3.4S
TIP It's hleheet pi tent. Be better flour
hilled, 48-lb. sack S3.M
CASH HABIT A favorite, 4S-lk. seek,
GOLD MEDAt, Made (rem northim
wheat, lbs, SSa 4S lbs 3.M
Crackers, Ik loo
10-lb. Standard pkg. Granulated. Sugar,
far I... Sc
DROMEDARY DATES, pkg. . . 1 lie
SEEDS, flower or garden, S pkgs...Sc
MILK, email Iowa, can ,..Se
HONEY, pint lar, IS-e 23c
Badger Jaas, ZS-ex ,22c
(Only S Jars to a cnetomsr)
Royal Cocoanut, 3-01- pkf Sc
Coconut, bulk, Ik 23e
Porii and Beena. IS-ox. can,
Hominy, largo can.
MatckH, pkf.. Sc S for. ......
a. a, m v n o)
Yoa akould buy tkaal before ths advance.
New, aVn. .............. ...lac to iec
A few good aeod potatoes lelti peck. .85c
Fins Cane Applai, box, jpM, I2JS
TIP Flneit Moca and Java bland, 'etui
cutt grade ueually sold for eOc, lb., 44c
INDEPENDENT A favorite wherever
known, 45c grade, lb .....30c
CASH HABIT A 3Bc grade 27a
THRIFTY HABIT Swut drinking. San.
tee blend, lb .22c
Washington Instant Coffu, email,' 28c
Gunpowder, English Brsakfast or uncol
ored Japan, 05e grade, lb.., 46c
S'Oi. pkg. Kekko brand Tea ec
Vs-la. Mayllowar ar laon naoit lea, c
Cocoa, Tip, Vi-lb. can.
, ',-lb., 2U Vl-lb.,
W. H. Baker. Vi-lb.
Postum, Inetant, SOe can....
30a can for
Cereal Coffee, 30c slxe
CORN FLAKES Krlnkle, pkg,
Corn Flake, National, pkg...
Put Toaatlee, ISc pkg
Shredded Wheat, ISc pkg
Vinegar Cijjor, oaually uld at SSa a faU
our prlee, gallon... .21e
Bottle, loo else ee
Cahbaao, lb. 7c
White Onions, lb, Tc 4 Iks ZSo
Yellow Oniona, lb 6c
Rex Lye, 10a can Sc
Cold Dust 25c pkg. 21c
Pyramid Waahlng Powder, SSa pkg... 19c
Sal Sada, 10a Iba. for 25c
Tolletosr, like Saniflush 17c
Cedar Oil Polish, Amsrlcan Lady, fine for
furniture, automobileo, etc.! ZSc else,
loci SOe slie, 36c $1.00 else 72c
Meat, the kind that melte h your
mouth, at loweet living prlcut r
Fine Young Pot Rout, lb 20c, 22c
Rib Boll, lb.
Young Beef Brisket
Belt Creamery Tub Butter, lb 42c
Best Creamery Butter, 1 -lis. carton, 43c
Good Table Butter, tub or urton, lb, 30c
Best Full Cream Chuae, lb 32c
Best Brick Chsose .30c
Crlsoo, none bettor 41c, S2c, $1.64
eutterine, beet colored Tip 2Sc
murine, best white Tip ...27c
Butterine, Cash Habit 2Se
Buttorlae, Magnolia, 2-lb. roll 41c
ThanV you for your laat boost.
- Come again.
THE BASKET STORES
We haw ae specials. These are every day prices, hare hundreds morn, lower than other Nebraska Grocers.
$5 Orders Delivered Free Within n Reasonable Diatance. Smaller Ordors, 8c.
Readers are cordially invited to
sk Miss Gross any questions
about household economy upon
which she may possibly give help
ful advice; they are also invited to
give suggestions from their expe
rience that may be helpful to
others meeting the same problems.'
pounds of ice will freeze a quart of
cream and that amount of ice is easy
to handle. '
Below are given recipes for the two
most ordinary types of ice cream and
a few variations suggested. The
American ice cream is somewhat
cheaper than the Philadelphia, be
cause of the larger amount of milk
used and it is equally satisfactory to
most people, but it requires consider
ably more labor.
AHERICAX ICE CBEAM.
(Two quarts frosen.)
S e. milk. S egga.
H4 T. flour. 1 T. vanilla.
1(4 o. sugsr. S c cream.
Few gralnsSalt .
Scald the milk, reserving two
tablespoonfuls cold. Mix flour and
cold milk to a smooth paste and stir
into scalded milk. Stir till mixture
thickens, then allow to cook fifgteen
minutes. Beat eggs with salt, add
sugar and stir into cooked mixture.
Stir and cook three minutes. Remove
1 4 1 salawrassejxy
MAM FIOH THE tlCHIST GMSE 1UI0M WHEAT
COOKS IH IS MlMlTTtS. COOK BOOK 1KB
SKIMMER HF6.C0. OMAHA. U.S.A.
Eggs $1.00 a Dozen Next Winter
Statistics for 30 years show Decem
ber eggs worth 2', to 3 times that of
previous April and May. You will not
need to boycott eggs next winter if
you will oat some fresh 'eggs soon
with figg-o-Latum and put them in an
egg-case or carton in the cellar.- A 50
cent jar treats 50 dozen eggs. -
Another good way is to get some
hens. We can tell you how to keep
them healthy and laying every month
of the year. The Lee Poultry Library
(5 booklets) mailed free for 5 cents
stamps. Geo. H. Lee Co., 602 Lee
Bidg., Omaha, Neb. For 21 years
makers-of Lee'a Poultry Foods, Rem
edies, Insecticides and supplies.
Persistent Advertising is the Road
Our three Creameries and two Condensed Mi(k factories, with a
third one building, mean a permanent market for your milk at
the highest market price. , ' v
If you market your milk to us you get 35 more for your prod
uct than to sell cream.x ' ' ,
You may ship direct or if 300 gallons or' more per d,ay can be ob
tained in one locality, we will truck it from your premises. ,
Extraordinary demand for Evaporated x Milk makes it necessary
for us to open up new supply where conditions will permit.
We will pay a high price for it..
We want information regarding milk supply.
LEROY CORLISS, President
Omaha, Nebraska i r;
Manufacturers of Elkhorn Evaporated Milk
fom flame and cool. When cold, add
vanilla and cream and freeze.
PHILADELPHIA ICS CKEAM.
(Ons quart frozen.)
, e. cream, 1 c. autar.
1 c. milk, S t. vanilla.
or S o. cresm.
Mix and freeze. .
Chocolate Ice Cream Cook two
squares of chocolate with half cup
Water and two tablespoonfuls sugar,
Add to one quart of vanilla ice cream
Coffee Ice Cream (Philadelphia
ice cream basis), scald milk with
one-fourth cup coffee. Let stand in
double boiler twenty minutes. Strain
through double cheesecloth, cool and
add to other ingredients, omitting
Fruit Ice Cream Two cups cream,
one cup crushed truit and sugar. Re
member that the unfrozen mixture
should taste sweeter than the frozen
mixture is desired. For strawberry ice
cream, about one cup sugar is neces-1
sary. ror Danana ice cream aooui
one-half cup sugar and one table
spoonful . lempn juice addi to the
1 qt, csnnsd fruit pending on acldltr
1 pt. double cream of fruit
1 o. to ltto. eusar, de-
Enough water to make Juice drained from
fruit, equal to 1 qt.
Drain fruit from sirup and crush
fruit. .Mix all ingredients and freeze.
Mousse is rather t asy to prepare bee-use
it requires no turning of the
freezer, though the mixture must be
stirred and then packed as any ice
cream. Use fcrur parts of ice to one
of salt. The proportions were incor
rectly printed in the previous article.
. STRAWBERRY MOUSSE.
1 qt. cream l1 T. sranulsted
1 c. crusncd atraw- aelatlne
berries t T. cold water-
1 c. augar ST. hot water
Crush berries and let stand with
sugar one hour; mash and rub through
a fine sieve: add gelatine soaked in
cold and dissolved in boiling water.
Set in pan of ice water and stir1 until
it begins to thicken; then fold in
whipped cream, put in mold, cover,
pack in salt and ice, and let stand four
hours. Any berries or other fruit may
be used in place ot strawberries,
Coffee Mousse Use one cup cooked
cottee in place of berries.
I aq. chocolate ej e. sugar
c. powdered augar 1 t. vanilla
4 T. gelatine 1 qt oream
S T. boiling water
Melt chocolate, add powdered sugar,
Fresh Spring Vegetables ,
So Abundant Price Is Low
Those wholesome vegetables which
dictitions and doctors tell us should
be eaten in great vblume at ibis time
of the year in order to c'car'he body
o! the winter's accumulation of waste,
are particularly plentiful in the local
markets just now. Kams nave nileo
them with crispness and have also
made them so abundant that the price
Radishes are so plentiful that they
are selling at a cent a bunch and let
tuce is on the market in great abund
ance. - ' J
Asparagus also is on hand in heavy
volume and at prices that are at the
very bottom. Cucumbers are very
plentiful and the price has come down
Rhubarb, the spring tonic, has never
been more plentiful nor has it ever
been better and more succulent.
Green peas and string beans
straight from the gardens, are abund
ant, but the price is still rather high,
.What of the potato? Well, it has
gone up a shade in the last week,
about a nickel being added to the
price of a peck in that time. Not as
many new potatoes are, on the .market '
as there were a weeka'go. This is said
to be due to conservation work, a
movement against digging up the
growing potatoes to take advantage
of high prices and a corresponding
movement to let the potatoes attain
their full growth. Tht people can
easily get along oq, the potatoes of
the old crop and give the new crop
time to grow to full size.
Strawberries are in full swing of the
season and quart boxes -of fine ones
sell from 15 to 20 cents.
Pineapples are here in fine variety,
some' of them very large.
Orange's are still plentiful and ap
ples of the Pacific coast growing an (
here at the usual prices.
and gradually one cup of cream. Stir
over fire until boiling point is reached,
then add gelatine dissolved in boning
water, sugar and vanilla. Strain mix
ture into a bowl, set in a pan ot ice
water, stir constantly until mixture
thickens then fold in remaining
cream whipped. Mold, pack and let
stand four hours.
ice on a slice of pineapple and pour
sweetened crushed pineapple over.
Tronical Sundae Snrinkle vanilla
ice cream with finely chopped citron,
candied ginger and walnut meats.
Little Lamb Pie).
T ....... ni atlMff O
ways ot varying nam frozen ues-r. of cold lamb cut
Most of us are so spoiled by the
soda fountain dainties that are so
popular that we demand "dressed up"
ice cream at home as well as at the
confectioner's. Most of the sundaes
are very easily copied.
CHOCOLATE RAl'CE FOR ICE CREAM.
1 square chocolate 1-3 c. boiling water
1 c. sugar H t. vanilla
1 T. timer
Melt chocolate: add butter, and
pour on gradually water. Bring to
boiling point, add sugar and let botl
ten minutes, cool slightly and add
He e. milk i T. cornstarch
- c. ground coffee Few grains salt.
1-3 c. sugar
Scald milk with coffee and let stand
twenty minutes. Mix remaining in
gredients and pour on gradually the
hot infusion which has been strained.
Cook five minutes and serve hot.
Crushed Fruit Sundaes Crush any
desired fruit, sugar it and let stand
thirty minutes. Serve on vanilla ice
cream or ice cream of the same flavor
as the fruit. Fruit marmalade may be
used in place of crushed fruit.
Triple Pineapple Serve pineapple
fRESH DRESSED CHICKENS, PER LB. . . . .'.I7ltc
PIG PORK LOINS, PER LB. l8V2c
Young Veal Roast, lb...
Young Veal Chopi, lb...
Steir Pot Roast, lb.'..,.
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb. .
Porterhouse Steak, lb.,,.
Pis Pork Roast, lb
Pid Pork Butts, lb
Choice Mutton Chop, lb.
Choice Mutton Roaat, lb.,
Bpare Ribs, lb 14Vac
Extra Lean Breakfast Bacon, lb. . . .34'ac
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 321sc
Extra Lean Retnilar Haras, lb 241,c
Sugar Curtfd Hama, lb 20c
From 8 to 9 p. m. -2-lb. ep. Lard. . f30c
From B to 10 p. m. Fork Chops, lb., 18c
Deliveries mad to all parts of the city. Mall orders filled at these prices.
113 North 16th Street.
hslf.i'nrli I-llhra. a half CUD of
diced potatoes, and one small onion,
also chopped. In the skillet put a
spoon of drippings and in it fry the
Onion light brown, then add the po
tatoes and enough water to cover.
Cook until the potatoes are done, then
add the lamb, heat through, thicken
with a teaspoon of butter mixed With
one of flour, or use the left-over lamb
gravy, season with salt, pepper and t
few drops of Worcestershire sauce.
Have ready pudding pans lined with
pie crust, and in thchi put the hot
stew, then cover with a top of rich
crust in which are cut several slits,
and bake until the crust is well
browned. Serve on a large platter
and surround with green peas and
young carrots cut in strips and boiled,
or the vegetables may be served sep
arately. Chili-Con Carne. .
Meat with peppers is the trans
lation of this Mexican title, for
a very savory dish. Raw round
or coloV roast beef is usually
the main ingredient for it. Put it, cut
into neat pieces, in the skillet with
two onions cut up, cover -with water
snd cook until the onions are done.
When the meat and onions are done
add the solid part of half a can of
tomatoes and cook for five or six
minutes; mix together with a level
tablespoon of ground chili pepper,a
tablespoon of flour and one of butter
and stir into gravy. Cook until thick,
salt and pepper to tast;.
Macedoine Salad. '
The word "Macedoine" means a
mixture of vegetables, and for the
salad may be used left-over peas, car
rots, string beans, celery, cauliflower,
beetsr etc. The vegetables -should be
neatly cut of a she, then arranged in
separate mounds on a platter, Flinch
dressing sprinkled over and more
served in a separate container. Each
guest helps himself to a little from
each mound. Woman's World.
"IT'S GOOD FOR YOU"
Delicia Brand Ice Cream ia sold by most Druggists and Confectioners in Omaha It ii
served at the leading clubs, eafei and restaurants. Wherever quality is the first con
sideration there you will find Delicia Brand Ice Cream. '
Because of its richness and absolute purity Delicia Brand Ice Cream is especially
recommended. It contains the food value recognized by all good dieticians.
FAIRMONT CREAMERY COMPANY
mJi f&Ug&ffi Daintier Vproducts
I' Serve choicest foods' and save kitchen labor. We ajfe '
It nrovida scores of daliccke Potted Toogoe and Ham, Deviled XHLSSk
II ..... ... . -w i ; BfuS 1BI
provide scores of delicecase Potted Toogoe and Ham, Deviled
i. ... . -W 1 ; rfiffiM-l. MnA
Meats, ronea vaiacen, u'7 .j -
ezpensrra to prepare, bet which yon can eacore redy-tc-eerve
and at moderate cost Their Ugh quality ia asserted by tha Oval
LebeC reserved for the finest grade of each Armour product.
ROBT. BUUAU, Mgr.
Omaha, Nab. Doug. 1058
II rRT BUDATZ. Mar. W. L. WILKINSONt J I
j o Kli'SZXosB 2t Q - ,744Q i ' ' . ' . v '
. Look for Armour's
oa your dealer's
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