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    THE BEE: . OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 15.-1918.
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Concluded by Ella Fleishman
For Booklovers
Ash. The Stratford Company. $t.
This is a play written by Sholom
TA$h,'the foremost writer in the Yid
dish language at the present time. It
was first produced by the famous di
rector Max Reinhardt, and has been
played all over Germany, Austria,
Russia,' Poland, Holland, Norway,
Sweden and Italy, having been trans
lated into the languages of all these
countries. .
tain A. Radclyefe Duguiore. George U.
- Doraa Company. '$1.75.
The author, as Captain Dugmore,
went through the great days of battle
when the German line was smashed
on the Somme and his account of
these adventures until he was
gassed form one of the most thrill
ing '-records " of personal experience
that have ever found their way past
the censor.
Leila Atwood Founit. . The Vlr Publish
es Company. $0 cents.
A mother's prayers for her soldier
boy. ;
Brown. George H, Doran Company, f 1.35.
Th,e author, one of the best known
and ablest war correspondents writ
ing today, in this book sets forth his
Conclusions as tn what is tiannnino-
inside Germany, what the facts" are
its censorship is hiding from the
world and whether it is standing the
train. His work is a careful-study
of economic, si, sal and financial con
ditioija"jn Germany and is extremely
Taluable" as . a , sound investigation
which wastes no words in calling
names; but gets down to the facts.
. O. "ft, STAND TO. By Reginald Grant,
D. Appleton Company. 11.(0.
The rapid-fire tension of the, title
strikes the keynote of this breathless
story of a young gunner's experience
during three years in the front line
trenches of the Somme. It is a war
story which gives all the excitement
ana splendor of the greatest adven
ture in the world and conveys a full
"sense. of the glory and the sacrifice
without ever becoming monotonous
or horror-s kd.
"Doran Company. 2.
Ki This catechism of the great war
gives concise, concrete information
about every phase of the conflict:
food, munitions, prisoners, conscrip
tion, spies, "who's who" in military
and,, civilian life, and a host of other
topics. Its form of question and an
swer makes it a ready reference work,
giving fajts in the most condensed
form... In addition to the questions
and answers the book includes maps,
a pronouncing dictionary of war
names, the flags of the nations en
gaged, illustrations of methods of sig
naling, of. war medals and army and
fiavy insignia, and a record of the
events of the war up to date.
THE END OF THE WAR. By Walter ' E.
j Weyl. The Macmillan Company. 2.
t This book is based upon the as
sumption that the allies can hold their,
own and can thus exert a decisive in
fluence upon the peace and upon the
diplomacy that leads to peace. ' It if
an appeal to America to assume lead
ership, in that diplomacy, to eliminate
imperialistic elements from the de
riiands of our allies and to attempt
a settlement based on internationalism.
; Grlmahaw.
,'! 11.60.
How to make the most of your op
portunities, how to achieve the fullest
measure of development this is the
subject of Dr. Grimshaw's book. The
author does not, as do so many writ
ers; on this topic, waste words in
beautiful generalities. He is specific
and" practical, aiming to show the stu
dent the way to success in business,
in society and in character develop
Jackson. The Macmlllan Company. l!
This book has been prepared to be
used in connection with a campaign
' conducted jointly by the Council of
National Defense and the bureau of
education to organize local communi
ties as a means of national defense.
It is designed to serve the nation's
immediate needs, and also the equally
important needs of reconstruction
Iays ahead.
The Macmllllan Company.
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By Daddy-"The Mad Giant"
A complete, new adventure each week,
beginning Monday and ending Saturday.
The Giant Get a Docking.
(Previous chapters have told how Peggy
and the King of the Wild Geeae plotted to
kidnap the Giant of the woods and banish
him to a lonely Island In Lake superior,
the geese carrying him there In hia ham
mock tn which he lias been captured.)
THE Giant of the Woods as "he
found himself borne upward by
the army pf wild geese and birds
grew dumb with astonishment.'- He
didn't know whether he was awake
or in a horrible nightmare.'
When he got over his first amaze
ment, however, his tongue gradually
became loosened.
"Well, of all the geewhillicker
manifestations of eccentric phenom
ena this is plumb sure the geewhil
lickercst," he muttered savagely.
Peggy., who was following the feath
ered kidnapers in her airplane, had
never heard such language as this be
fore. It sounded to her like talk for
which bad boys get their mouths
washed out with soap and water.
"You stop that swearing this in
stant 1" she shouted.
The Giant was more astonished
than ever to hear a voice away up
there in ti.e air. He squirmed about
in the hammock trying to see her.
but she kept behind him out of
"Who in thunderation are you?"
he cried. "And what's the meaning
of the fantastic phantasmagoria?"
"You ought to be spanked for talk
ing like that," warned Peggy, shout
ing loudly to make- herself heard
above the noise made by the flutter
of wings.
"I'll be flabbergasted, masticated,
assimilated, ramificated if I can com
prehend this rampantly freakish idio
syncrasy," gasped the Giant, still
trying to twist about so he could sec
Peltry- (
She didn't know what to do. Such
talk must be stopped at once. It
didn't seem at all proper to her, par
ticularly away up there in the pure
clean air. She happened to look
down. They vere flying over a large
lake. This gave her an idea. In a
book she had read how long, long
ago the people used to curb the
tongues of scolding, nagging women
by fastening the naggers in ducking
stools and dousing them in ponds un
til they promised to nag no more.
That's what she would do to the
"Let's g ive him a ducking I" she
cried to the king of the wild geese.
Saving Daylight for
The government has turned the
clock ahead one hour. That gives
you a good bit of time to "garden"
before bid time. "Easy" meals, such
as the following will save some more
For Lunch or Dinner.
Casserole of Meat and Potatoes
Cornmeal Biscuits
Canned or Fresh Fruit
Barley Hermit Cakes
Mutton Chops Boiled Potatoes
Fresh Tomatoes
Cornmeal Biscuits
Maple Syrup
For Lunch or Dinner. '
Mutton Roast Browned Potatoes
Mint Sauce
Swiss Chard ' Tomatoes
Indian Pudding
Omelet Hashed Brown Potatoes
Water Cress Salad
Canned rr Fresh Fruit
Barley Hermit Cakes
Cornmeal Biscuits.
2 2-3 c. cornmeal. 3 T. fat.
1 t. salt. 1 0. liquid.
S t. baking powder.
Mix the dry materials together.
Work in fat well. Combine liquid and
dry materials, handling lightly, Shape
as biscuits. Bake in a hot oven.
Barley Hermit Cakes.
'4 c. fat. 2 t. baking powder.
: sugar. 1-3 c. chopped raisliif
1 egg. 'Ac. chopped nuts.
2 T. milk. 'i t. cinnamon.
2 c. barley flour. U t. cloves.
Combine the ingredients as for
cake, add enough barley flour to make
a dough stiff enough to be rolled.
Roll thin, shape with a small cookie
cutter and bake on a tir sheet. '
Indian Pudding.
4 c. milk. t "K t. salt. - ;
Vt c. cornmeal. t. ginger.,
1-3 c. molasses.
Cook the milk and the meal in a
double boiler for 20 minutes, add mo
lasses, salt aiid ginger. . Pour into a
greased pudding dish and bake two
hours in a slow oven. Serve with top
ProfD. F. Mattson. associate pro
fessor in the Agricultural college of
the University of Wisconsin, son of
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Mattson, will visit
Omaha for a few days the first of
the week, en route to Yellowstone
Park where he . will be engaged for
the summer in governmental work.
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H'Kt J-e& MACARONI Wi t)
Saturday Specials at the
New Public ' Market
Everything Strictly Cash Deliveries on Order of $5 and Over
Pay Caeh, Carry Your Bundles and Help Win the War.
Come and Take Advantage of These Specials. Come Early and Avoid the
Rush, Grocery Department.
118 Milk Fed Sprnig Chickens. each.SOc
Strictly Fresh Eggs, guaranteed,
per dozen 28c and up
Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter, lb... 41c
Pull Cream Wisconsin Brick or Amer
ican Cheese, per lb. 25c
Lighthouse or Spotless Cleanser, S
cans for 25c
lOe Palm. Beach White Laundry Soap 6c
Large cans of Corn, per can 10c
Large cans of Peas, per can 10c
No. 1 cans Tomatoes, per can .... 10c
Large cans of Pumpkin or Sauerkraut,
per can 10c
Baby Lima Beans, in cans, can 10c
Large Glass Mustard, per glass 5c
E. C. Corn Flakes, per package 9c
Fancy Handpicked White Navy Beans,
per lb 14 Vc
Fancy Jap Rice, per lb lOo
29-oz. Jars of Sweet or Sour Pickles,
per jar 29c
Large Cans of Pears, per can 15c
White or Yellow Cornmeal, per lb 6c
Bulk Rolled Oats, 4 lbs. for 25c
Extra Fancy Dried Peaches, lb 15c
Refrigerated Fruit and Vegetable Department.
We handle nothing but the best and
freshest fruits and vegetables at lowest
Extra Fancy Large Lemons, dox. ..40c
Extra Fancy Large Pineapples, 30 siie,
each 12 lc
Extra Fancy Large Pineapples, 24 site,
each 15c
Large Bunches of New Home-Grown
Radishes, 2 for 5c
Large Bunches of New iiome-Grown
Leaf Lettuce, 2 for 5c
Extra Fancy Large Prunes, per lb. 12Vsc
Extra Fancy Large Raisins, seeded or
seedless, per lb 12'ic
Refrigerated Meat Department.
Our meats are kept strictly fresh and
sanitary. We handle nothing but the
highest quality meats at the lowest
1918 Milk Fed Broilers, each 50c
Strictly Fresh Dressed Chickens, lb. 25VjC
Extra Lean Pig Pork Loins, lb 23 c
Pure Cone Leaf Lard, lb 244e
Steer Pot Roast, lb 19'ac
Young Veal Stew. Ib 14Vic
Lamb Stew, lb UVic
Fancy Mutton Roast, Jb l7'ic
Silver Leaf Lard, in pails, pail.... 75c
Swift's Premium Regular Hams, lb... 31c
Extra Lean Bacon, lb 43VsC
Sugar Cured Hams, lb 21
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb. 56 Vie
Don't forget our sanitary Delicatessen Department- We make our
own salads and roast our own meats and poultry. Come and convince
yourself by taking home a sample of our delicacies. We also have a
complete line of Kosher sausages and salami's.
Crippled French Soldiers
Employed Making Toys
Toy malang is one of the vocations
encouraged in the re-education for
war cripples in France.
"The Ecole Joffre is situated in the
city of Lyons, and now specializes in
commercial training for the one
armed and in the manufacture of
toys," says Grace S. Harper, in .zr
recent booklet. "Toy making is be
ing studied here with serious pur
pose. A beginning has been made
in the wholesale manufacture of toys
on the factory system by which the
making of separate parts is assigned
to the mutiles, whose physical han
dicaps allow for easy operation of
single processes only. A research
expert is constantly experimenting on
new models for manufacture. When
I was there they had just tierfected
a papier-mache horse, such as chil
dren ride on to Banbury Cross and
which, up to the present time, has
reached Banbury 1 Cross only by way
of Germany."
Jascha Heifetz to Come. '
Of great interest to all music lov
ers is the announcement that the fa
mous violinist, Jascha Heifetz, will
give a concert in Omaha during the
winter under the auspices of the
Tuesday Musical club. This wonder
ful musician,, who is only 18 years of
age, received an unprecedented ova
tion in New York during the past
winter, the house being sold out for
weeks ahead.
To aid in increased food production
the members of the Denver Wo
men's club have offered to plow any
vacant lot in the city on condition
that the owner will plant crops for
chicken feed.
"That'll teach him better than to use
such talk!"
"Goodl" honked the king. "Lower
away, iqy hearties."
Down swooped the fying army .0
suddenly that Peggy saw the Giant
gasp as one docs when an elevator
drops too fast. He looked over the
edge of the hammock and saw himself
plunging toward the lake. At that
he let out such a howl that Peggy
was struck with a pang of pity. Per
haps she wouldn't need to duck him
after all.
But she was too late to stop the
eager birds. They were keen to give
the Giant a bath, and down he went
with a great splash.
As the birds rose again, the Giant
came flopping and strangling, looking
all the world like a big fish caught in
a net. He coughed out both water
and words, the later sounding to
Peggy like "Pestiferous piscatorial
"Down again!" cried Tcggy sternly,
and the delighted birds soused him
once more, letting him stay under so
long that Peggy was beginning to
grow anxious when he rose to the sur
face gasping, thrashing, shivering and
shaking. He looked so funny that
Peggy laughed.
The Giant heard the laugh and
opened his mouth to say something.
Before he could speak the Birds
ducked him again and then again.
This time the Giant was so full of
water when he arose that he couldn't
say anything.
"Will vou promise to be good?"
shouted Peggy. The Giant hastily
nodded as he coughed and spluttered.
"And not use such words again?" she
continued. Once more the Giant nod
ded. He was now very meek. More
over, he was a great deal cleaner than
before his bath. Peggy was astonished
in the change. A whole lot of his bad
looks seemed to be washed away.
The Wild Geese were now honking
their traveling cry.
The King shouted goodby to Peggy.
"Come and wsit us injhe Northland,
Princess," he cried. "Cast off every
body! We're on our way!"
The Birds fluttered out of the way,
and the Wild Geese stretched out in
V-shaped lines, with the King at the
head. They were all flying strongly
and the Giant seemed no burden to
them. '
"Goodby, Wild Geese! Goodby,
Giant! Pleasant voyage to you!"
shouted Peggy to them.
As the Wild Geese mounted higher
and higher and grew fainter and
fainter in the distance, with the Giant
still thrashing about in his hammock,
the Birds and Peggy returned to the
clearing for a happy jollification. The
Birds sang and danced in their joy,
and Peggy, forgetting her princely
dignity, led in the frolic.
In the midst of their celebration
Bob Olink stumbled into one of the
Giant's old snares and was caught.
Peggy ran to release him. cutting him
free with the Giant's knife.
As she did so a chilling fear struck
her heart. She had just remembered
that the Wild Geese, tied fast to the
Giant's hammock, had no way of free
ing themselves at their journey's end.
They would fly until exhausted and
then the Giant would easily take them
prisoner, killing them at his leisure.
Oh, why hadn't I thought of this
before I Through her hastiness she
had sent the brave Wild Geese to cer
tain death. Was it too late to save
them? j
Grasping her hatpin javelin, and not
waiting even to tell the Birds what
the matter was, she ran to the air
plane. In a moment she was in
desperatte chase afur the vanishing
Wild Geese and the kidnapped Giant.
(Tomorrow's chapter will tell of Peggy's
swift flight after the Wild C.eese and of
the strange, thrilling end of her pursuit.)
Women To Train Disabled
Soldiers in Arts
A communication from Miss Ida
Tarbell, chairman of the news depart
ment of the women's committee of the
Council of National Defense, to Sur
geon General Gorgas of the army
medical department reveals the fact
that the craftswomen of the country
are ready to help with the physical re
construction of wounded men. The
committee is receiving hundreds of
letters from women versed in the P
plied crafts who wish to assist b this
work by instructing soldiers in weav
ing, metal and wood work. From the
tenafly weavers in New Jersey a typ
ical letter has been sent by Miss Wini
fred Mitche.ll asking if this industry
can be utilized in the training tf dis
abled men. v
Eighty thousand American women
are now employed in industries sup
plying canned goods to the Wa arte
Navy departments.
$10,000 Stock Groceries Must Be Reduced. Save 35
Per Cent. Prices Good All Week. Open Sat., 9 P. M.
Milk Fed Hens or Roast
ing Chickens, 23C
Young Veal Roasts 10 1.0i
or Chops, lb 10 -I ft
Pork Spare Ribs, 19 1.1r
White Naphtha Soap,
bar 5c
Large can Cleaner .... 5c
2 bars Castile Soap..,. 5c
2 boxes Tooth Picks ... 5c
Brown Navy Beans, lb., ,5c
Rub-No-More, pkg 6c
Large Glass Mustard.. 5c
Star Naptha Powder,
pkg 5
Small cans Milk 5r
Macaroni, pkg. ...... 7'jc
Spaghetti, pkg 7Vc
Can Baked Beans , . . . 7 , e
Large No. 3 can Sweet Po
tatoes, Hominy Iftn
or Pumpkin ........... ,u"
No. 2 can Tomatoes. . .10c
6 pkgs. Matches 25c
0 Rolls Toilet Paper... 25c
Fancy Navy or 11 IJ.
Luna Beans, lb.... " ' "
Large Package Pancake
Flour or Oat- Qq
Choice Butterine, lb. X. 25c
I Creamery Butter, lb
a lb. Pail Bsat
Peanut Buttsr . . .
Large 25c pkg.
Flakes, over 3
15c pkgs. Lorn Makes or
Make Economy a Pleasure
Kat plenty of Ice Cream. It's a local product
saves less perishable foods wheat for instance,
used in pastry and, it's wasteless, invigorating,
nourishing. This special combination will greet
you Sunday.
VanilU Ice Cream With Best Puyallup Peaches.
another famous preparation made by
b s iHii'i::. : i
There's always a Hard- ""' XT' XL
ing Dealer close by. J , r)
Flakes, (or
Onions, lb
Fresh Tomatoes, in
Prunes, Ib
Dried Peaches, lb.. .
Raisins, lb
Dried Apricots, lb.. . .
Tall can Salmon. . . .
No. 3 Large can
PSars or Peaches . .
Ginger Snaps or
Broken Cookies, lb. .
Rice, Ib. 10c
4-lb. sack Pancake
Flour for 25c
Sawtay, can 25c
No. 3 can Syrup 15c
Can Strawberries ...... 15c
. . . 2c
.. 10c
. . .20c
. . 15c
12 1-c
Sat., only. Ib..
Liver or Neck
Bonea. lb.
Round, Sirloin or Porter
house Steaks,
Sugar Cured, Cel. Hams or
Bacon or Salt M 1.0c
Pork, lb " 1 "
Frankfurters or 17
Pork Sausage, lb. . " 1 "
Cooked Veal Loaf, lb... 25c
Cooked Minced Ham, lb. .20c
Cooked Boneless Ham,
Ib ZSe
Beef Boll, Ib IBVjc
Choice Steak, lb 25c
Summer Sausage, lb...25c
Tall cans Milk, Canned
Souns. can - Fresh Eggs, dot 28c
Mail Orders filled at same prices. Largest cut price Mall Order Grocery and Meal
Market In the state. Write for large price list.
Boston 1fleat & Grocery Co.
113 No. 18th St. Opposite Postofflce. 2 Phones; D. 1089.
Slackers beware! Your fata it at band, -
L oyal citizens are after you, all oyer the land.
A mcrica needs all her men in this fight,
C ome, enlist, be k soldier, and do what ia right
K aiser Wilhelm is forcing his men to the field,
E very man in that country to his will must yield.
R emember we live in the land of the free, .
S o be gallant and true to our boys o'er the sea,
B rave deeds are dona daily, both in air and in trench,
'E ngland has fought hard so have the French. ' ' ' ' v
W ould you be content to let others do the work, . ..
A nd you be looked on as the man who his duty did shirk?
R ight now the WASHINGTON MARKET ia helping whip the Hun,
If very customer we have knows our duty wa have dona.
Kx. Fancy Boef Tenderloin, per lb. 3Se
Kx. Fancy Pork, per lb. ....... .42'ie
Veal Chops, per lb 28a
Morrell's Baron, wrapped, per lb..,. 48a
Kxtva Lean Bacon, per' lb.... 3Bo
Pure Lard, per lb 29c
Good Salt Pork, lh .20a
Fancy Sirloin or Round Steak, lb...32'I
Choice Steer Rump Roast, per lb. 2Bo
I'.xl.ia Fancy Veal Roast, per lb. ,...28o
Kxtra Fancy Young Veal Breast,
with pocket for dressing, lb. .... 20a
Fresh Spare Ribs, per Ib ...IBe
Corn Flakes, 8 pkgs. for 25e
Hugar Cured Skinned Hams, lb. 28
Choice Steer Shoulder Boast, lb, - 2Se
Fancy Flank Steak, per lb. 30c
Extra Finer Youna Veal Bound
Steak, lb. 3Se
Corn Beef, per Ib. S3 Vie
Pork Rossi; per Ib..... 2S
Extra Fancy Brick Cheese, by .
brick 2Se
Full American Cheese, per Ib, 2Se
An Brands Creamery Butter, per lb.43c
Swift's Winchester Breakfast Bacon,
lh. srtte
Choice Rib Roast, per Ib. 28
Kin Boiiine Hear, an
Beef Tongue, per lb.
I Vie
One of the Largest Mall Order Houses la tbe Middle West,
United States Food Administration License No, 0-27634.
Visit Our Branch Market at McCrory So and lOe Store, ia Basomsmt.
The Washington Market
m M :
Youll never Ny t
be undecided as to which X )f
beverage to order for self k
A friends or Tamily after you've tasted M
igSig.-pTysj I
Not for a single second. Right
off sudden your selection will be
Gund's every time no matter what
time or we your years regis
ter. It's different better.
a or
iry it. mve a case
sent home. Watch how
everybody "goes" for it.
To ba had wherever
soft drinks are sold
and thafs everywhere.
By the glass bottle
or case. '
Th Cund Company
La Cross, Wis.
14th and Leavssv
worth Sta.
.trauisfTi saim
We ask your forbearance and co-operation in our efforts to
give Omaha a most sanitary and finely equipped .Grocery and
Meat Market. . ;
TVe recently purchased the Empress, Market and since' have"
taken oyer the. entire stocks of two other modern grocers. Tnese,
along with" the Empress Market stock, will be placed on sale Sat
urday f or quick removal. This market will be remodeled and
made completely new throughout, but we must first reduce our
stock to make room.
'om't Fail to Visit the .
Empress Market Saturday
Eggs, strictly fresh, per dozen... 27c
Elgin Creamery Butter, per lb. . .43c
per lb......... 25VjC
Sardines', in oil, per can. . . f 7c steer pt Roast per lb. 22ic
UUO AUUA, tail iOiUO . . . , ,VJ
Finest brand bulk Coffee, per lb. .19c
Ginger Snaps, per lb 12c
Fancy Pink Salmon, two cans... 35c
Karo Syrup, -gal. cans ...40c
Pine Tree Matches, 6 boxes 25c
Sawtay, 18-OUNCE cans 25c
Campbell's Soups, all kinds, can. .11c
Tomatoes, 15c size, per can 10c
Egg Noodles, regularly 2 for 25c. 9c Veal Boast, per lb.....-.......22c
CANNED FRUIT You can save money by buying in gallon quantities,
thereby saving the cost of tin. -
Choice of Fancy Pineapple, Peaches Apples," Tomatoes, per gal. 60c,
Pork Loins, per lb.. ..... : 23c
Pork Chops, per lb. ......... . .294c
Leaf Lard, per lb. .......... . .24c
Fancy Skinned Hams, per lb. . .280
Picnic Hams, per lb ...bbj
Bacon Strips, per lb 22c
Extra Fancy Lean Bacon, lb. . .42c
Veal Stew, per lb. . . . ..... . . . . , ,14c
D. 462S.
, Omaha.
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