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. EVENING PUBLIC LBDGERPlitJADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922 11 neugher Meats Have Mere Nutriment Than Tender Ones, Mrs. Wilsen Says long, Sleiv Cooking Will Soften Tissues and Maltc Palatable Feed Various Ways of Serving These Cuts nr mhs. M. A. WILSON aM I.1ihi .$ tMH talf aM1 fAN tVIAO ! :tM miJti prOUICl" ui inui.u ...(, ui ' j J If important wiicii me uguucwiic It anxious te obtain full vniue for nor nency nd at the pnme time provide (, maximum amount of nutriment for (h family, xj 'Te bur wisely ctutlr the vnrleus cuts ( met J"ou un'l ",em ,n tne butcher ifceD. Quickly nnd easily cooked cuts flncnt form about 20 per cent of the tlI TUnt l'10 nn'nl,l ftnd come from the part of the nnlmnl that Is ox ex relitd the least: henre arc tender or ,oft, The liiilance of the carcase con (( meat that la just as sweet nnd rjqulrcn a llttle lnnser te cook or etfti the tissues, but It also contains mer nutriment, pound for' pound, thnn the expensive nn" nulcklr cooked cuts, M the reason that this part of the .n'tnuil'B bedr Is continually exercised. U nnd eeutnlns mere bleed. It Is the bleed Wllien carrira niu iniuuwuv vi ure uim te the animal s body. . Vhen marketing for meats keep In First. Geed meat should be firm te touch and clastic. Second. Marbled or streaked with fit, leau, dry meat will net be juicy. Third. Brlsht nnd Roed-looklnR color. Fourth. Ilave a fresh, sweet, nnd i triable- uracil. Fifth. All meats should be cut ncresi the pain- Take the wrapping paper from nivit n toen as It renehes the home, and If resslb'e banc fiem n hook in the re re irlfcrater. p0 net place meat in the lee compartment. Personally nelcet tour ment. phene orders are net apt te be Mtlsfactery, nnd then again. ou may we some ether cut that will an awer your purpobe and cost lcs. Keep In jnlnd the fact that small pieces of neat lea nearly twice as much In cook ceok coek Inr as a larger plece. Flemish Beef With a five-pound cut of meat, de lecting ft belar or shoulder cut, or per haps a piece of rolled brisket, make n Herta little holes in the mntit with the point of the knife nheut one inrh dfpp and pack in thes little heIri tiny bits et garlic. Heat an iron kettle or pet. nd when het place in the meat, turn for a few minutes te sear, nnd then add Three onions, cut in half. One large carrot, cut in quarters. Cever clecly nnd place en the nlm Mrlng burner, and wok ; nllewlng thre(Urtcrs of an hour per pound : turn the meat two or three time". .1ut Were serving ndd One-half cup of flour, ' dissolved In one nnd one-half cups of I cold water: bring te a boil nnd ndd ! Onc-quartcr cup of streiiy cider j tinrgtr. two teatpoenn of tilt, f Out-half teaspoon of pepper, . One teaspoon of thyme Cook pently for fifteen minutes and ertf. This ment can be reheated in craiy for .ccnnd inea.1 and llien served ui'diicat pin cnilnrc of beef with green pifpeis, or meat leaf .with brown I'M.. German I5eef Ji.mer hretten or spiced liecf. JVlpi1 n six-pound cut ,of bfef and plre in a large crock, nnd' mid 3 secre oiiiem, cut in hnlf, thie hunch of soup herbs, chopped, Rail leef, hrekrn in hits, 1 hive prnper corns or one dried in a skillet nnd ndd two cups of sliced ?m? .. cevcr nn,l cek slewlv un til a delicate brown, turning frequently: new ndd, three-quarters cup of flour nnd cook the flour until n deep ma ma negnny brown, ndd two cups of cold W.ntcr.l!n'1 f,,,nmcr "lew'y for ten min utes, then bring te n boil and cook for live minutes, season and serve en the !?! ,,m.l,lnR3. This gravy Is delicious en meat dishes, Ye Old English Meal Pie tnFttXV n bre.wn Brnrr ns Erected ill .. ,w" ,!,leu gravy te " with the incut dumplings, nnd strain through a plcce of cheese cloth nnd add JVirce lalkspoens of Worcestershire sauce, One-half fcatpoen of thyme, Unc-half teaspoon of sweet lasit, J ice tablespoons of gelatin. 'frlnf l0 Cclnt,n well, e that It may of en : then heat slowly for ten minutw nnd stir often, set nsidc. Line n dccii pudding pan with plain pastry nnd place n layer of nicely (llced meat In bottom? then a lnycr of stewing oysters. n lave of finely chopped Iinnf boiled eggs tlien a layer 0r cekcd lamb kidney. .Season each layer with salt, pepper, iT llttle thjmc, sweet marjoram and finely 0 on en ped panley. Pour ever the I ?cpnwd grary and place en a top crust j making Uiree llttle gashes In the top for the Diciun ie escape. iJake in n slew even one hour. Unmh tim tt.n nf i,a nin itn melted butter about twenty-flve minutes ucfore removing from the even. If you desire te bell this pudding, de net tnake the little gashes In the tpp crust, but just put en plain nnd then tie the bowl in a piece of cheese cloth, having the tie under the bowl. Plunge Inte a large pet of boiling water and boil for two hours, lift: place in het even for few minutes and serve. This pudding Is delicious nnd will be a welcome change. It Is particularly nlce for a stag dinner, the men folks like It. LITTLE BENNY'S NOTE BOOK By Lee Pape Last nlte I had a fcarse drcem, dreemlng a bcrgulcr wns in my room nnd he put everything in a grate big bng and then he stuck a pin In my foot ball jest out of meenness nnd then he pulled the pllle from uncrnceth my lied nnd put that in the bag tee, nnd then he started te wawli up and down en top of me as hard ai cnythlng, me think Inir. Owtch. wnt the heck. "Wich jest thcu I wenk up nnd jest wen I started te feel glad it was euy u dream I saw something moving cr cr reund In the room looking llke a man, me thinking, Heley smeaks, there Is ene In hecr. And I quick shut my eyes se he would think I was nsleep In. casoMie' terncd his flash lite en me all' of a' suddin In case he had n flash lite, 'nnd I thawt, I wonder If I cawffed or some thing ; I wonder If lie's' get' scaled and run. And I opened one eye aibeut one thfcrd ways open te see If hewas stilt there. Wlclr he was, and I tried te cawff and dident en ncceunt of net trying baid cnuff, nnd then Itrled hard us enythlng te cawff a fearae' cawff and cawffed a llttle ene inslec), nnd, the roan nod, 0, youre awake, nre you? I3clng pep, nnd P scd, O, G. Is that you, pep? ' . It me nil rite, but wares my bed room Mippcrs) I'cnnt Undthcm high or low and your mother says -yey were munkeying with them today, ecu pep. 'J'heyre en. the chair neer ih deer, I was playing 7 lcague beets with them and I ment te put them ba,ck only I forget, I scd. . . Well then forget Ui(s, Bed pep. And he gave me a fcarse-craej semewnres with one of tlm sllppets nnd then went down stairs- nge'n. Proving wen In doubt you awlent te. even cawff. 315th Infantry te Hener Fathers Fathers of mca who served with the ninth Infantry wll be the guests of the 315th Infnntrr Association at the meet ing In the P. It. Y. M. C A., Eight eenth nnd Filbert streeta, this evening. Fathers of racniwhe died, In the service while serving with the regiment arc es pecially Invited te nttend. Chaplain Richard A. Lancaster will be the speaker. fipP'r pod. inf. half lieu cups of strong cider vincgnr. cup of ptcUUnt) -pice-. Stand away in n 'oel plncp for four, eVs and turn meat twice a day. Te fy, heat a little furt in deep iron i Ujtle or pet and when smoking het i iM the meat : turn te brown nicely nnd I iek clewly for ene hour, turning frc- . qutntly. new add the plrklc nnd spires ' nd two cups of boiling wnlur. plei-e I enithe simmering burner fur four nnd en(-halt heurs: then add Iwe-thluN ' tup of flour dissolved In one cup of ' M-atcr nnd brine te a boil, cook for . ht minutes nnd add three-quartern cup of glngcrsnaps broken in cearse bits; tcafen with pepper and snlt, tetate. This meat may be reheated In the gravy or terved In meat pie or tit goulash. German Meat Pumplings Ilncc One cold cooked meal. N'nw face in a bowl Pnt cup of flour, I One cup of boiled potatoes, lulled. Hipueh a sieve, ' I Tke onions, grated, ' One traipoen of thyme, , QiiC'half teaspoon -of ficeet inar- nrain, I 'J'tce tablespoons of butter, ' One large egg. , 6tk the nbec mixture te dough, then Txce-tlurdi cup of bread ciiii.ifct. ' Tve cup of the finely minced meat, Twe teaspoons of siill. One Oaj)oeu of pepper, and form In balls a littl" laiger than an egg: tie In Individual pudding ieths and plunge into a large pet el catling water. Cook for tweuty-lie iniautcs, lift Inte the colander te drain ier n few minutes, nnd serve en thin i lice of toast with brown onion gravy. ' Ilrewn OnJen Gravy ' Place four tablespoons of shortening I After-Dinner Tricks 2f" ;e.'trx FIO 3 Fl&i J Ne. 00 -The Mjsllc .Matches tA Pe'r "f paper matches are shown V,i. , ve Pfl,'ting en ene side, but te be th. ,n Ml ethcr- Th,y n" bold by no .ends between the left thumb uud fin.. V V n, riMt thumb and fore- ' ibSi.. "!!! the n,neh' "t the center :..'. lum them eier. huf iie nrinti,. 1. 1 "I uppermost, no mutter hew often ',!. ar turned. d,1Lt7J '1 n ,la,( twlit '"arte by tfn,-" l' ,h.Umb " tltflc- TlHW thtv ". nmtchfa are turned ever iwi . n C0,n11P,(,' ttviat. which 18 indcte,.tn" side ,en l0' T1, twt u makes it unneticcable. wttOSZ, fcy rullle Ltiatr Company j u?.1,inTiy,Vs reR fCCKh8 fn. ...2. raiirtmii uey' tlm. The First and Original Specialty Silk Stere Thresher Bres. The Specialty Silk Stere 1332 Chestnut St Nene Equal Our Aseert' mcntHewever Large in ether Lines January Clearance Sale Silks consisting of canton crepes, crepes de chine, crepe geergettes, satin cantons, printed crepes dc chine, foulards, chiffon taffetas, fiber sport sUks, tricelettes, duvetynes, velvets, velveteens, chiffon broadcloths, waists, silk bloomers and silk petticoats. We wish te state that although wc have had a most wonderful response te our January sale announcements, in fact, at times, all the business we possibly could attend te even with our enlarged sales force, our stocks arc mere complete than ever before at this season of the year notwithstanding the fact that our sale has been in progress nearly three weeks with very heavy selling each day. Wc are making this final announcement of our January sale of all odds and ends, discontinued lines and short lengths at such remarkable values that will insure almost immediate clearance before stock taking January 31st. Raw silk is advanc ing, and, coupled with the proposed changes in the tariff, will greatly affect the silk situa tion. We cannot tee strongly recommend purchasing new and anticipating your needs for spring. Again thanking you for your loyal support and assuring you of our continued determination te be worthy of its continuance. JBosIe2t lJ&iJ&d&Jphzaifc CImre&nctj) SPOOL SILKS Thresher Bres.' Spool Silk guaranteed ene hundred yards, full in wcifiht and as pjoed "IO spool ns uny brand en the market at 18c spool. January sale price 1C Thresher Hrea.' Large Spool Sewing Silk black und white only. Retail value $1.25. 7Q spool Junuury .sale price 78c 36-Inch Imported White Hahutai Wash Silk made in Jnpan. Retail value $1.00, $1. 75, $2.25 SVe??.8?10 68c, $1.10, $1.65 d .13-Inch Imported Chinese and Japanese Shantung Pongee Wash Silk natural color only. Retail vaiue S5e nnd $2.00 yd. CO & $1 AC d. January sale price ' uet JU.d 32-Inch Striped Tub Silk also plain white (extra heavy silk broadcloth), fast color and will launder perfectly in a geed line of color combinations; suitable- for waists, dresses, men's shirts und pa jamas. Retail value $2.25 yd. M CC yd. January sale price pi.tJJ 10-Inch Georgette Crepes in a line of colors, also white and black. Retail value djl 1 A yd. 51.75 yd. January sale price tj)llU 3G-Inch Imported Blnck Waterproof India Silk made in Japan and Lyens dye. Retail vnlue $1.25, $1.75 and $2.25 yd. pHce.!?!0 78c, 85c and $1.35 yd- 35-Inch Black Satin suitable for waists, dresses, linings, etc. Retail value $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50 yd. January sale d1 OC d1 PC M QC yd. price J)X.Jt, pi.O, tpi.Ju ,'tGrInch Brocades in the latest and most up-te-date color combinations, especially adapted for coat linings, etc. Retail value $2.00 dl A yd. yd. January sale price P .tiJ 3ti-Inch Brocades extra heavy in weight, guar anteed all silk, the correct material for fur coat linings, etc. Retail values from $3.50 te $7.50 &..?""' " $1.95 t0 $4.95 yd f 0-Inch Silks five of our crepe weaves, in a full line of colors, sliect and evening shades, also white and black, selected from our own stock, in cluding the popular Canten crepe, satin crepe, crope mercer, crcpe Armure ana crepe ue chine. Retail value $3.00 te $1.00 yd. (J0 rf yd. January snie price $2.55 10-Inch Canten Crepe nnd Satin Canten Crepe must be seen te be appreciated; btrcet and evening shades, also white and black. Retail de QC jd. value $4.00 yd. January sale price ?' 40-Inch Lustrous and Dull-Finished Silks our best qualities, imported nnd domestic crepe satin, pussy willow satin, wool-back satin, chinchilla crepes and Resbanara crepes. Retail value $4.50 te $0.00 yd. January sale de QC yd. price p 0UO 3G-Inch Tricelette in a geed heavy weight; suitable for waists, dresses, scaifs and knicker bockers; colors are brown and navy. 7C,J'd. Retail vnlue $1.25 yd. January sale price OC" 36-Inch Tricelette in' a fine even weave, es pecially adapted for dresses, sweaters, scarfs, etc., in a line of colors, also white nnd black. Retail value $1.75 yd. January sale t QC! yd. price p 1 J O 40-Inch Spert Fiber Silks plain and fancy weaves, stripes and plaids in a line of colors, street and evening shndes, especially adapted for sport skirts, etc. Retnil value $3.50 Cf) AC yd. yd. January sale price )Zi.ftD 3G-Inch Wide AVnle Corduroys soft chiffon finish with geed luster, colors nre myrtle, nnvy and black, especially adapted for kimonos, men's dressing gowns, children's suits, separate skirts, etc. Retail value $1.50 yd. Jnnuary QC yd. sale price OJC 27-Inch Costume Velveteens twill back and fast pile, street shades. Retail value (PI CC jd. $2.50 yard. January sule price.. pl.00 3G-Inch nnd 38-Inch Imported Dutctyncs in a line of colors, street and evening shades, the quality that has been in such great demand for coats, suits, dresses and millinery. Retail value $5.50 yd. January sale Je ah yd. price $eVO 54-Inch Imported Chiffen Broadcloth made from the very best quality of wool, soft finish with a geed luster, must be seen te be appreciated, street shades only, plenty of tan, Cepei, navy, brown and Black. Retail value $4.50 yd. fe qh yd. Jnnuary sale price )Z.l) Silk Remnants an accumulation of double-width remnants, lengths from ene yard te five yards. Usunl retnil price $1.55 te $2.00 yd. All at 95c yd. Waists nnd Blouses Georgette, crepe de chine, tub silks and. stripe satin messaline, blnck and whitp, let limited. Retail value up te &A QC $8.00. January sale price pt.) Silk Petticoats made from our best-wearing silk, namely rosetta, also in pelaris stripes in a geed line of suit shades, including black, made in our own workroom, generous widths. Retail &n QEJ value $9.50. Jnnuary tale price P"fO Silk Petticoats extra-size mossaline petticoats made from our own silks in our own workrooms! Retail vnlue $1.50. frty qm January sale price t)i"0 Bleemers double back, reinforced all-silk heaw quality tricot jersey. Retail value $5.50. JQ q'h January sale price 0i.t) Bleemers of extra-heavy quality all-silk jersey with Van Dyke accordion-pleated ruffle, street shades, also black. Retail value $8.00. tt? AC January sale price p)at0 NflTF 0w!ne te ''" 'xtrwty low pricet that obtain during this taU all purchases must b iTv1 JU cerMfcerrf final; no C, O. D't, rtservatien or mxchanc. PUasa allow a little mere time in filling mail order en account of the rash in a sate of this magnitude. THRESHER BUILDING - Specialists in Silk Fabrics 1322 Chestnut Street, Phila., Pa. Bosten Steve, 19 Temple Place Cleveland Stere, 1148 Euclid Ave. Telephone Walnut 203S " 2036 WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S Wanamaker's Down Stairs Stere Imported Ginghams 45c yard Fine, closely woven ginghams, of an almost ailky texturc, are in checks of green, black, light blue, navy, pink, lavender, brown and red. Checks are in various sizes, but all of the ging hams are 32 inches wide. They're the best wc. have ever had at se low a price. (Central) Bleck Plaid Blankets, $8.50 They nre 68x80 inches, all wool, in block plaids of blue, pink, gray or tan. (Crntrnl) Silk Lace Fleuncings and AlU ever Laces are highly fashienable at the present time for pretty after noon or evening freckB, for blouse3 and the like. Fleuncings, most of them with the shiny cire finish, are 34 inches wide nnd $2 nnd ?3 n yard; some, tee, are copied from heavy Spanish laces. All-evers are in black and white, 34 inches wide, nt $1.50 and $2.60 a yard. Seme nre in patterns te match the flounc fleunc ings. (C.nlrnl) Annual January Sale Brings Lew Prices en Men's Wear Particularly fine cheesing among shirts. Here are geed Wanamaker shirts made after our own specifications, which means they are better proportioned and better made than most, marked at real money savings. Every shirt is first quality down te the last button. Percale shirts, 90c and .$1.15. (Some of the 90c ones nre a little mussed). Madras shirts with woven or printed stripes, cheviot shirts or plain tan mer cerized shirts, new $1.45 and $1.75. Neckties, 25c and 55c Every kind of pattern you can think of, diagonal stripes, small figures, jacquard patterns, plain colors and knitted ties. All of the silks and silk mixtures are in open-end four-in-hand shape. Special Prices also en mufflers, nightshirts, pajamas and various wearables for boys. Especially geed sweaters for boys at $5. AH-Weel Overcoats $29 and $35 Hew many men have put off buying overcoats until new. These are worth waiting for! Most of them are of contrasting plain or plaid back overceatings that are heavy closely woven and warm. These are special value and arc sound investments, because a man will have a thoroughly geed overcoat te start next season with, as well as warm protection and cor rect appearance for the rest of this. (Oallerr, .Market) Certain New Frecks With a Sprightly Air of Spring have just made their appearance in the Down Stairs Dress Stere. Seme are of rustling taf fetas with frills, shirrings and beufTant ruf flings. Others are of Canten crepe or crepe de chine in lovely shades of Harding blue, .lade, beige, navy, brown or black. Often these show a striking bit of gay embroidery or a facing of bright color. Others are beaded. All are new and fresh and remarkably levelv. $15, $16.50, ?20 te $39. New White Dresses Se many people have been asking for all white frocks and we have them new in heavy crepe de chine or Canten crepe combined with hemstitched Georgette crepe. Others are made of Georgette crepe elaborately trimmed with Spanish lace. You'll notice the long bodice line and some lovely draped skirts, often adorned with crepe flowers. S23.50, $25 te $37.50. Other Interesting New Dresses in Great Variety at $7.50 te $16.50 -vI y Men's Black Shoes Special $4 Cut Blucher, with -well-rounded tees, aa men like thorn, the shoes are of sturdy black leather with thick, welted soles and rubber heels. Men's Se ft-tee Brogue Shoes $9.50 Really exceptionally fine shoes, with the new neft toea that men are asking for. The leather is tan calfskin and the shoes have small bmss eyelets. Perforations and "inlaid light fiber in the soles add te their fine appearance. (Onller.r, Market) i t ts $25 y Small Beys' Soft-tee Shoes, $2.90 Durable, as only a shoe made entirely of a Bingle pJece of leather can be only en seam in each shoe, with applied Btraight tips ever the soft tees. The leather is thick and sturdy and light tan in color. Tees are healthfully wide and welted sele3 arc servlccably thick. Sizes 10 te 2. (OalUry, Market) $22.50 (MarUrO Lowered Prices en All Fur-Trimmed Suits for Women and Yeung Women A little group of our finer suits of velour,, suedene and duvet de laine, trimmed with beaverettc, mole nnd Australian opossum. Just one or two of a kind and mostly small sizes. New $15 t J45. Jersey Suit-Dresses, $9.75 Weel jersey suits, each with a sleeveless slip-en frock and a jacket te match. Yeung women's sir.es. (Market) Extra-Size Skirts $5.75 and $7.75 Regularly mere, but because sizes are somewhat broken and there are only 150 of them prices have dropped. All sizes 33 te 40 in the let. Fine serges, mostly in plain blue or black, and seme smart pin stripes or gray mix tures. They show interesting pleats or pockets, or both. Seme have- adjustable waistbands with l clastic, in the back. At $3.75 Anether let of these excellent navy blue and black sorge skirts with the inset, button-trimmed pockets. Wnistbnnds 33 te 40. (Market) Werth-while Values in Women's Coats, $20 and $25 Real Irish Lace Cellars, $2.25 Price sounds ridiculously low, deeBn't it? It is, for such lovely ones in the variety of patterns that these present. 21 te 24 inches long and 3 te 4 inches wide, which is a geed size. Women who love hand-made lace will find a real treat in this little sale. (CenlrM) It will de you geed, whether or net you want a coat for yourself, te see them and realize for hew little ene can new get a geed-looking warm coat. Coats With and Without Fur at $25 The two models .sketched are but examples of two groups that include many btyles. The one with fur is of navy velour with a beaver ctte cellar. Netice the braid embroidery that gees all around the coat. It is fully lined with figured silk. The Pole Ceat at $25 is well tailored and ns interesting a coat en sports lines a3 we liave had. It is in a warm light brown tone and lined with silk that harmonizes well. Netice the use of buttons. Scores of Geed Coats Lowered te $20 A few of a style, but many styles! Chinchillas, veleurs, belivias and pole coats are among them. Almest nil nre fully lined with silk nnd many arc interlined. Seme of the models are of decidcdlv distinguished nppenrance. Handsome Belivia coats with deep cape cellars of nutria or wolf, $42.50 and $55. (Market) r x Ms Central Aisle Oppertfiiiife Odds and Ends of Upholstery, 50c te $1.50 Clearing away piano and table scarfs of eleur, fiber Mlk and ether matcrinls, pillows of many shapes and kinds, table covers nnd ether nttrnctive articles! Seme are n bit soiled from handling and nil nre only one or two of a kind. They nre offered new nt a fraction of their former prices te clobe them out. Silk Blouses in Broken Sizes, $1.90 .in Ylbcrit,ricelcttc' "ll-silk crepe de chine, Cioergotto crepe and fiUU lace blouses and overbleuses new less than a third their original price. i ,s.0,nQ ,nre, soiled, ethers are mussed. Only ene or two of a kind in a broken range, of biucs. Washable Capeskin Gloves, $1.65 fertaWc!"0" lik thCm becnuse they nre 80 Practical and com-One-clasp style in tan and brown at this low price. Women's Underclothes. 85c rn XI. SO Sec for pink or white eatccn bloomers. i,. ii rircgu.lar nnd ?1,50 for cxtra sizcs in Petticoats of shiny, heavy black hatcen made with deep flounces. .in, Nc"'.Jlnrie sets are composed of a novelty chemise of silky white nainsoek daintily lace trimmed and made generously len$ nnd step-in bloomers te match. $1.60 a garment? 13th Street Aisle Opportunities Bead Necklaces, 50c te $1 P,.f?,,cfri0r fl0?!ed bcnu np combined with fancy metal links. Particularly pretty nre the bright red ones that the season se strongly faverE. Lincrte Scarfs, 50c UundWSf5lly!arf8 f heaVy ,incn'-tl,e kind ll"l wl I 18x50 inches. M it "Mil i 1: 4 !!li h Mm 'k. Wt 1 id "Out or the Itut," I nt 8un)y" I'm i .j .I.,,, : f LitMH' .:lA"tWfr'V,, JV.