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The Omaha Daily Bee
PAGES ELEVEN TO TWENTY.
This Day in Omaha
Thirty ! wentv-.Ten Ven Ao
Soo editorial Vi.it of enoh Issue
VOL. XLLI-NO. 118.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1012.
SINGLE COPY TWO GENTS.
They're NOT Copyists!
l ie men uio draw tne plans ror
Clothes are thinkers de
signers doers --hustlers.
Take an aggregation of vim and energy such as Is housed under tho "Sod
oty" Brand roofa. and you cannot help but see marvelous results. "Socloty"
Urand Suits and Overcoats are ORIGINAL In lino, modeling, get-up, trim and
finish; in most cases the very fabrics are controlled. Every possible, effort is
jr.ado to produce DISTINCTIVE clothes and one cannot mako dlstlnctlvo clothes
If one starts In by copying OTHERS. I am showing tho pertest things taken
from the "Socloty" Brand line; 1 will bo ablo to convince YOU that l'vo a "style
center" here If you'll but give me a decent show. You'll have to buy a winter
cult or overcoat SOMEWHERE, so why not sco If my statements aro RIGHT.
$30 to $35 a Garment
This will make a neat little space wherein to ad
vertise the fact that I also specialize on very like-
$15, $20 and $25
E. CORNER 16TH AND HARNEY STREETS.
Milk Fed Spring Chickens, per pound, 12c
Pig Pork Roast 9c
Buy your meats where ovcrybody buys! Wo always quo e tho
correct prices. Our largo voluirio ol business enables us to BUY
cheaper and SELL cheaper. Kemember wo handle nothing but
QUALITY meats no matter how low tlio prices. ' Read our big Sat
urday specials. . Ve ,have added a number of now wagons to our
delivery service this, ;wcck andaro, now" equipped to, glvo moro
prompt deliveries than over before, no matter where you Uvo.
Steer Pot Roast .7c and 6c
Steer Stenjrreo "oufc'ds ifdr" . . . . kj. . 25C
Boneless Bib Roast .T. . , .-.TTi..". :'. . . . ,r i .120
Young, Yeal, Roast ,A. . . ..... ... . ,'...".. , . .10c
Young Veal Chops .;, . . . i . '. ........ v 10c .
Veal Slew . . .' .'. V. . . '. . 71 7. . i ." V . '. 1 ...... 6 VC
Lamb Legs 9uC
Lamb Chops three pounds for 25c
Lamb Stew 8 pounds for 25c
Sugar Cured Bacon 14 C
No. 1 Calumet Bacon 17 C
No. 1 Hams , 13c
A, Y, KINSLER BADLY INJURED
His Face and Hands Cut When Two
OTHERS ARE NOT INJURED
Machines Crash Together at fortieth
mill Do due Street Sinnllrr
Auto, Ilelonxlnu to Grand
Ialuml Man, la n Wreck.
20 lbs. Best Sugar. . . .$1.00
If you buy other groceries.
nest brands Flour $l.SO
0 lbs. Navy Beans 25o
4 lbs Jap Ulce 35o
Heat Soda or Oyster Crackers, lb. 7c
Huckwheat or Pancake Flour, per
Heat Prunes, Peaches or Figs, lb. lOo
Pkg. Raisins. Oats, Spaghetti or
4 10c cans Sardines or Corn...,35o
Pet or Carnation Creonv, 6 or 3.. 35a
Catsup or Horseradish. 7Ho
Cans Hominy, Syrup, Beans or Peas
2 boxes Cc Matches or Toothpicks 6o
Corn Flakes Cc
25c cans Cocoa or Chocolate. .. 17c
35c Brooms 30c
8 bars 6c Family Soap 3So
3 lbs. Bulk Starch lOo
Tall Alaska Salmon 10o
8 cans OH Sardines 35o
25c con Kippered Herring ISo
Boyal Coffee, per lb 35o
Best Ak-Sar-Ben Coffeo, per lb. 30o
A 10c rolls Toilet Paper -SSo
nrlck or American Cheese 18o
Humford Baking Powder, can...l9o
Wesin OH. Crlsco, Snowdrift, can SSo
25c Snlder's Catsup 13c
Vkg. Creamery Buttor 33a
2-lb. rolls Butterlne 35o
2-lb. rolls Table Butterlne 3So
10:30 A. M.
and 3 P. M.
Don Rlns 2147
WRITE US WHAT YOUR NEEDS ARE
FOR COOKING OR HEATING
The experts of our Domestic Economy Depart
ment will then elect suitable sires and styles to exactly
meet your requirements, write you full descriptions
and send you photo engravings
r- sU& sC&Ttf- far
you will then be pre
pared to use your
based on haowledjje.
We will see to it, that
you get what you
want at a reason'
able price and with
Please address your Inquiry to the
DOMESTIC ECONOMY DEPARTMENT
Charter Oak Stove and Range Co., St. Louis, Mo.
A. V. KInslcr, a prominent lumber
broker, was seriously injured yestorday
I morning when H. O. Woodard ot Qrund
Island drove his car into the center, of
Mr. Klns.er's largo limousine at For
tieth .and Dodge strcots. He was cut about
Uio faco and hands by tho glass windows
of tho machine, which were shattered by
tho Impact of tho two automobiles. He
was taken to his home at 3SGS Farnam
street, whore his wounds wero dressed
by Dr. E. L. Alexander, who was u wit
ness to tho accident.
Mr. and jiis. iw.ns.t-i u,.d ihelr young
' son wero In tho machine at tho time. Tne
'dmoumne, driven by a chauffeur, was
, going south on Fortloth Btreet. As It
I'cuched the intersection at Dodge street
tho chauffeur slowed up to let Woodard,
who was driving a light automobile west
on Dodge street, pass. InBtead of doing
this Woodard became oxclted and ap
parently tried to turn his machine north
on Fortieth Btreot. The chauffeur, think
ing thlb was tho Intent of Woodard,
started forward. Woodward, Instead of
Hwlnclne into Fortieth Btreet, ran his
'.machine into. Klnslcr's car.
Tho rear wheel of Mr. Klnslcr's cor
' was badly Smashed. Woodard's car was
Following the accident Woodard called
n taxlcab and drovo downtown. Aithougn
tho nollce have been looking for him
uoon request of J. C. Klnsler, brother of
tho injured man, ho, has not been lo
Mrs. Klnsitr and her son were uninjured
by the falling glass. Tho chauffeur was
but slightly cut.
'faculty members enjoy
REAL HALLOWE'EN PARTY
Thirty faculty members of ,the Omaha
Hlch School of Commerce held a Hal-
llowe'en party at tho Hod and Qun club
. . , A KiiirhnMl.
Thursday, piayeu bwm, m uuu....ui.
pumpkin pies, built a big bonfire and tor-
thev wero anytr.lng nut kiqs oeie-
and Selected Recipes
Lamb Chops, Frenchod.
Chicken Gumbo. Pulled Uroad.
Oyster Pie. Celery.
Macaroni Croquettes. String Henna
Apple, Orango and Green Popper
Chocolnto Ico Cream.
Chicken and Corn Salad. Radishes.
Cream Chccjso and Rlpo Ollvo
Floating Island. Applo Cako.
linked Sweet rotntora.
To bako them vnsh carefully wlpo dry
and then grease with a cloth dipped In
lard, bake like tho white potato, and when
done break tho ekln In ono place to lot
tho nlr escapo and mnko moro "mealy;"
servo hot with butter.
One ouart of water to each pound of
round steak, cut flno (bono, but no fat). !
Iloll pJowly eight to ten hours, to ono-.
fourth quantity. Skim when cold. Next
morning skim again, pour off, but allow,
no sediment to pass. Boll t,vonty minutes
with salt and pepper. Strain through
Nut nnd Krult lodae.
Tako two cups of light brown sugar, a
cupful of milk, a tablespoonful of buttor
and a llttlo cream of tartnr. Uoll unlU
It makes a firm ball Vhen dropped Into
cold water, then add a half-pound of
niarshmallowsi beat until dissolved, then
add half a cupful of chopped walnut
dates and figs. Pour Into a pan and when I
cool or nearly cool, cut into squares-and J
wrap in wax paper.
I.adr Bnlttmor? Cnkr.
Here Is tho original South Carolina
receipt for this cako which has been a
favorite In all southern dining rooms for
over a half century.
I Two-thirds of a cup of butter, five eggs.
two cupfulB of sugar, four cupruw or
flour, one-halt cup of rich milk, two lovel
teaspoon of cream of tartar and ono level
teaspoon of soda, Cream the butter with
half the sugar, beat the remaining half
of the sugar Into tho yolka of tho eggs,
and sift the cream of tartar and tho soda
twice through the flour; beat the eggs
and tho sugar together with tho butter
and sugar, add tho milk slowly, and
finally beat in the flour and the stlfflj
beoten whites of the eggs. Flavor half
this mlxturo with rose and Into tho other
half beat ono tenspoonful of powdered
cinnamon, ono tcospoonful powdered
cloves, and one grated nutmeg, nnd flavor
with vanilla, lemon or almond; bake In
four-layer cake pans two whlto layers
and two Bplccd layers.
For the Filling Cut flno one cupful ot
seeded raisins, shred thin half a citron
melon, grate ono small cocoanut and
blanch three-fourths of a pound of al
mond; mako an ordinary boiled Icing,
nnd Into It beat all theso' Ingredients save 1
tho almonds. Put the mlxturo thickly
between tho layers and finish tho top
layer whJch Bhould be n whle one with
sprinkled powdered sugnr and tho almond
Btuck In pocuplne wIbo. The measuring
cups aro ordinary coffeo cups and are
filled Just level. This recipe Is always
succeHsful when accurately followed.
the night when the spirits aro
Principal 1. C. Rusmlsel was In charge
of tho celebration, which was hold In tho
W. T. nourko cottage.
Thtee cordH of wood wero burned In the
bonfire, a numborless stack of pies wero
consumed, a ton of doughnuts disap
peared and a kes of cider was placed at
the elbow of each teacher.
However, alt tho faculty are on tho
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
ia the Leading Agricultural Journal of the west. Its columns are
filled with tne best thought ot the day In matters pertaining to
the farm, the ranch and the orchard, and It is a factor in tho
development of the great western country
FOR LESS MONEY
Blue Dell or Sunklst flour,
por sack $1.25
Itosoma Flour, tho best flour
made, per sack ....$1.35
19. lbs. best sugar $1
Good corn, 2 cans 15
2 pkgs. Raisins 15
10 bars Diamond C soap,
Early Ohio Potatoes, bu., 55v
3 cans Pet milk 25d
N. Y. Buckwheat. 5 lbs., 25J
808 No. 10! h fit. 10th & Hurt
Phone Douglas 0282.
OneVpart of white corn meal, ono and
one-half teaspoontuls of salt, one tea
spoonful of melted lard; add enough
scalded milk and boiling water (equal
parts) to mako a mixture that can bo
molded with tho hands. After working
well, shape Into cakes about six Inches
long, three Inches wide, and one Inch
thick, making them thin at the edges
and ends. Placo tho cakes on a greased
tin sheet, bruBh them over with melted
butter or milk and bake for twenty-five
minutes In a hot oven. When done, split
each one, butler nnd lay a sllco of crisp
bacon on each. They must bo served
Cnnnrlnn of Ilrpf,
Tako two pounds of lean beef, cut
from the round; one-half teaspoonful of
grated lemon rind, one-quarter teaspoon
ful of ground nutmeg, one teaspoonrui
of salt, one-quartor teaspoonful of pepper,
ono egg, one-hnlf teaspoonful of onion
Juice, two tablespoonfuls of melted but
ter nnd one tablespoonful of chopped
Grind the beef and mix well with the
other Ingredients. Shape In n roll about
six inches in length, place on a rack In
dripping pan, sear and bake In a slow1
oven thirty minutes. Baste every five
minutes, first with water und later wltn
drinDlng. Serve with brown mushroom
IIONliril llrown Potatoes.
Tako potatoes that were boiled In their
skin nnd not too well done. Take orr
skin, rcmovo nny discoloration, then chop
rather fine. Jf you Iihvo no chopping
bowl placo in a tin pun (not granite, or :t
wilt chip) or large pit tin. As a sub
Mute for a chopping knife an empty
bnklnu powder or cocoa can may bo
used. When potatoes ore nicely chopped
add a little finely minced onion, nnd mix
well. Hrown In a frying pan, nnd turn
onto a hot platter.
Take as many firm, red tomatoes as de
sired, wlpo them neatly, plunge them Into
boiling water one mlnuto; drain and re-
movo the skins, place on Ico till wanted,
Line a salad bowl with lettuce leaves, lay
In Ice cold tomatoes and pour mayonatse
dressing over them.
Wash and dry large bunches of ripe
currants, dip them into beaten white of
(gg, put in a sieve so that they will not
touch each other, sift powdered sugar
thickly over them and put In a warm
place to dry. Cherries and grapes may
be prepared in the same way.
You can spare
From ovan tho
paid in Q.i aha
The Usual Credit
Plan? Yes, But the
Usual Credit Store
Merchandise NO !
Weve uplifted credit store methods. We have
raised the standard of credit store wearables to a
point where CASH store qualities are even ex
celled. We have reduced credit prices to a point
where a CASH outlay will NOT save you a penny.
MEN'S SUITS. Don't, think $12.50 will not buy much
in tho way of a man's suit. Sco tho lino of fancy wor
steds, choviots and bluo serges to ho sppoialod hero Sat
urday at this prico and you will agreo that "wo'vo
found tho way." Scores of nobby pat- Cl CA
turnings, suit 1.UU
LADLES' SUITS. Tho deftly tailored kinds in serges
nnd fancy worsteds will have their introduction" hero
Saturday at $25, $20 and $15
Men's Winter Underwear, Dross Shirts, Hats,
Shoes, etc., sold at YOUR idea of a prico.
FORMEItltY AT SIXTEENTH AND FAUNAM STHUKT8
HOW 18 KEEP WARM
THESE GOLD DAYS
l!.Ul 1UUI1 illUt in lMllilIJ ill...
easily assimilated Into your
blood stream, containing ovory
essential nourishment roqnlrod
to rebuild muscle nnd uorvo
contains ovory nourishing In
gredient that wheat contains,
mixed properly nnd bakod
It's a wholesome bread with
a rich nppotlzlng flavor.
It's mado of wholo wheat
Every loaf to you in a
sanitary waxed paper
Hayden's Meat Dept.
At last wo havo forced tho market down. Our
prices aro now within tho reach of ovoiy ono.
Pork Chops. . . . 124c
Pork Roast 10c
Hindquarters Mutton 6c
Foroquarters Mutton '. .5(j 4
Mutton Chops, 3 lbs. for 25c
Mutton Stow, 10 lbs. for 25c
Sirloin Stoak 12 'nC
Porterhouse Steak 12V1:C
Pot Roast 10c, 8C, 7c
Bulk Sausago 7Vc
Hayden's Meat Dept.
Deat three eggs, adl one pint of milk,
one-half teaspoonful wilt, one teaspoon
ful sugar, nnd sufficient flour to make
a drop batter about three cupruls-Into
which have been thoroughly sifted two
tcaspoonfuls baking powder. libit hard
for onn minute, fill greased muffin 'ups
or pans two-thirds full, bake In hot oven
about twenty minutes.
(Irmw I'm It Mnrmnladc.
Cut six grapo fruit very fine, use all of .
-,.!. n .iinrv nlnt ndrt two and a half
pints cold water. Cover pips with water j
and lei DOin BWinu uver imkiii- "
morning add Jelly from pips, let bolt
gently for two hours; let stand over night
and In tho morning allow one una a
nuarter pounds sugar to every pound
fruit, noil all together for an hour or
until It thickens when placed In fcaur.or
Pare and core a half dozen appfea.
Fill wlthv sugar and a little butter and
nutmeg. Hake until nearly dono lt
cool and rcmovo to another plate. Ice
tops nnd sides with cake l-.-lng and brown
slightly. Serve with cream.
Ilirrllent Ilrrnkfnst Dlah.
Add to ono pint of any kind of cold
minced, meat ono quarter of a pint of
tread crumbs. Season with half teaspoon
ful of salt nnd a dash of pepper. Mix
parts and spread In small saucers. Place
a piece ot butter half the slzo of a nutmeg
in each. Ilreak an egg on top or each
and set In a hot oven. When they bcpln
to cook dust lightly with finely rolled
crackers. Servo hot.
Crystallised Mint I,enYes.
lleat the white of an egg to stiff froth
and lay the leaves In It. Drain them,
being careful not to break leaves, and If
any egg Is left beat again before putting
In more leaves. Shake powdered sugar
over them. Pick each leaf up with a pin
and shake lightly. Placo on a stipet of
stiff paper in u cool place to ha! den.
Prepare enough rlpo tomatoes to make
a quart when peeled and sliced and add
New Prices New Plan
Mr. M. I Woolfson ha repurchased tho I.nngo Grocery company. Mr.
Woolfson owned and operated tho Lango Grocery company on 13th streot years
ago, and mode a great success of tho Htore. Now, after five yearn engage
ment hi other business, he has repurchased his old store, and will operate
tho samo under his famous plan of "Quick Sales and Small Profits," and buy
the best goods in largo quantities and pay spot cush to get tho extra special
discounts, and noli on the "Spot Cash for Less Money Plan."
No matter how good your credit or how well-to-do you may be, cash only
will bo accepted. Hut It will bo to your advantage, bocause our prices are
lower than any other ntoro.
Oompara Oar Prlat with Credit Btorts ana B the Money We Can Sav. You.
. ror Spot Cash Only.
HERE ARE A FEW SATURDAY SPECIALS
Fine granulated Sugar, lti lbs. for l
Flour, IK-ili. buck, Hlue Hell, Sunklst.
per sack II. ID
Champion, O. IC. or Tloyal, sack. .11.10
Creamory Iluttco nil leading brands
Jersey Creamery llutter 30c
Fancy Creamery llutter, In bulk, i!9c
Eggu, rreNli, per dozou 22c
Toiiiatooi, 2H-II), can 10c
Fancy Salmon, tho best on tho mar
ket, largo flat cant), regular iGc
seller 12 Wo
Largo tall cans Salmon hVjO
Corn Flakes, 10c pkg. , Cc
Forest City Oatmeal, 20-oz. pkg., Uio
Ilakern' Chocolate, per lb 23c
Apples, large band picked, peclclSu
Wo handlu only the best.
Shoulder Steaks, per lb 10a
Itound Steak, per lb ..12Ho
Klrloln Steak, per lb 12 Vic
1'orturhouno Steak, per lb 16c
Ueef Iloast, per lb 9c
Fancy 1Mb Iloaut, per lb 12 He
Veul Stew or Mutton, per lb 6Ho
Veal Chops, per lb 12Hc
Veal Hoa.it, per lb 10c
Pork Loin Iloast, per lb HMo
Pork Chops,' per lb 15c
Funcy Hams, per lb 16 Vic
llacon Strips, per lb 16o
Oysters Wo get direct frou. Balti
more In large quantities and extra
selects only. No Jutco, solid pack
er, per quart 36a
Dili 1'lcklcH, extra largo, 20c size, 15a
THE LANGE GROCERY CO.
Phone Douglas 1530 231 0 CUMING STREET
one small onion cut flno. Put In a granite
kettle with a pint of hot water, etw
slowly for half an hour and rub through
a sieve., Heturn to the kettlo and itlr In
a half teaspoonful of soda; let it foam
up well and add a teaspoonful of salt and
a tablespoonful of sugar. At tho time
tho tomatoes aro stewing prepare In a
double boiler a pint of rich milk and a
teaspoonful of butter. Moisten a table
spoonful of flour or cornstarch In a
little cold milk and stir into the hot
milk Just as it comes to a bolt. Cook for
a fow minutes until well thickened and
turn into the tomatoes with a half cup
ful of rolled crackers. Servo at once...
late of Ulce aud Mvrr.
For this buy a lamb's liver, boll, drain
and chop flno. Uoll a cupful of rice until
wift, work It Into a paste with a couple
lit tablespoonfuls of butter, salt and
pepper to taste. Havo ready two cupfula
of gravy or good soup stock, thicken with
browned flour rubbed up with a little
dripping, season wtlh pepper and salt
and onion Juice or kitchen bouquet; stir
tho chopped liver Into tills. Line a pud
ding dish with the rice paste, pressing it
firmly against the bottom and sides, and
fill tho space In the middle with tha
gravy and liver. Sprinkle crumbs over
tho top and put In the oven for twenty
Cream of Crlrry Sonp,
Chop some celery, then put two cupful
of it Into a saucepan with one quart cold
water, cook till tender. Put two slices
onion, blado of mace, two cupfuls mlllc
Into another saucepan, cook slowly twenty
minutes; strain. Melt four tablespoonfuls
butter, add two tablespoonfuls of flour,
seasoning of salt, celery salt and red pep
per, then add celery and milk mixtures,
cook five minutes; serve' hot.