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'fieve Orleans Housewives Knew Hew te Make Sea Fqe
( ing Even te the Persen V?he Doesn't Like It
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Llth whom I nm
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acquainted ieki
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father, wlie also was u i-m-,n,,.-l.i
fri.u (a tin. stery:
V Jfiidocter .l'pBired te -nu ene of his
Ul hy imtlcntn te ptaw where h-
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petlte
fim by spending we w" i
HW Orfcini.. It Ih je -known
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liirt that th U city Keeps uie jjimiiui
,Hle"lr, nn.l few, If any, plameeuM
tleu find lu tlir .lays wnr by where meat
Ts tctfe.1 tlmins this period.
Se "" wc,lt ,lu'. tm,,,,n ' "."VSI
r.ste -he returned home phyhlcaUy fit
FnJ in "I'lcndld condition, unci upon
Ikb T friends' Inqulrlns th" rtal secret
'Sf his improved health he remarked:
ftJiiT - ,i hv cihtV. I could de pen-
L net , every day of me life down In New
apce Cerjr ua, .
?"' !in",fihMVdn'V llke'lteh.
that even
r! ...i.i i...f hnvn te cnt It anyway 1
ind a few days later he said te -hla
'krildan! "Well, doctor, I hope you
tin be recommending the New Or
uins Lenten period te me ncaln next
tisen, fr never n place did I find
where they serve fluhue grand ; sure t s
bitter than any dessert you could think
,bNcw Orleans fast-day dishes nrc
famous the world ever, and I feel sure
Seu will njree with me after you
lava tried these I am going te give you.
shredded Codfish Picayune
Pinre the shredded codfish In a piece,
f cheesecloth and plunge into boiling
water for three minutes, lift and press
dry. New place in a saucepan
One and one-half cup of milk,
' Five tablespoons of flapr.j
Stir te dissolve the fleuaf and bring
te a bell. Cook for ten minutes slowly.
New add ....
Tice tablespoons of butter,
Three canned pimentees, minces
Jne
One green pepper, minted fine,
One onion, minced fine,
' Tinu bit of garlic.
One-half cup of finely chopped
The prepared codfish,
, Heat slowly, adding
' Juke of one lemon.
Pinch of nutmeg,
One-half teaspoon of paptika.
Fill Inte rolls that have been scooped
tot, and then garnish with hurd-hellcd
fg rubbed through a sieve. 1'lace In
Ten for a few minutes te heat.
Fish Bacalao
Prepare the codfish as In the prcced
ibf recipe, and turn en plate. New
'place In saucepira
One small can of tomatoes,
nd add
One-half cup of chopped onions,
Ttee tablespoons of finely, chopped
ftriiev,
One-quarter teaspoon of thyme,
Tiny bit of garlic.
. Simmer slowly for twenty minutes,
'then rub through a sieve. Return te
the saucepan and add
, Qpe-half cup of flour dissolved in
three-quarters cup of cold water,
One teaspoon of paprika,
Four canned pimentees, chopped
Jlne,
The prepared codfish,
, Yolks of tice eggs,
Fiie tablespoons of breadcrumbs.
Heat nell and cook for five minutes.
Remove from the stove and let cool.
Then add one-quarter cup of melted
.butter, stirring In the butter well, and
.then folding in the stiffly beaten whites
'of the two esjjs. Turn in well-buttered
custard cups and place in medciiitc
ovee and bake for twenty minutes. The
'creele housewife sometimes places the
cuitard cups containing the fish mix
ture In a pan of water, havlns the
water obeut two-thirds, the depth of
the cups, and then covering closely and
steaming for thirty minutes. Te serve
turn en thin slice of toast and bcrvc
Wlta iiellandalse sauce.
Fish Leaf
Prepare the shredded codfish as dl
,ttcted in the first recipe, and then
Place in a mixing bowl and add
Ttee cups of cooked rice, rubbed
fknvgh a tierc,
One-half cup of conned pimenfee,
aepped fine,
l One green pepper, chopped fine,
One-etiarfer eup of grated onion,
! Tiny bit of garlic,
, One teaspoon of paprika,
Again !
for MONDAY
and TUESDAY
M. DE MAY
has prepared
for Spring ever
forty
original
FUR-TRIMMED
Capes
TO SELL FOR
$ n I-.00
55
Ne two models alike.
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It With borne tads
Feed Tempt'
Oneihalf eup of breadcrumbs.
Three tablesnoens of finely cheiwed
parsley,
unc-hair teaspoon of thyme,
One tcell-bcaten egg,' f
Otic cup of thick cream sauce,
,, Three tablespoons of butter.
Mix well nnd turn in a well-greased
afid floured loef-shapcd pan, packing
smoothly, and bake in moderate even
for thirty minutes. Hcrve either with
parsley or with tomato sauce.
Fish Croquettes
Place In saucepan
One and ene-giiartcr cwpi of milk,
One-half cup of flour.
Stir te dissolve and bring te a bell.
Cook for five minutes, then add
The shredded codfish, "
One-half cup of finely shredded pl
mentbes,
One green pepper, chopped fine.
One-quarter cup of finely chopped
parsleyi
One teaspoon of paprika,
Onc-yuartcr teaspoon of thyme,
Tiny bit of garlle,
Onethalf cup of brcaderumbs.
Mix well and turn en platter, te
meld. Then form into either the cro
quette or cutlet, and dip in flour; then
dip in beaten egg and milk, then roll in
fine crumbs nnd fry in smoking het fat.
Serve with cream sauce with, ennned
peas.
Anether Method of Preparing the Fish-
' cake
Place in mixing bowl
7'ire enrf one-half cups of masked
potatoes,
The prepared shredded codfish,
One-half cup of finely chopped can
ned pimentees,
One green pepper, chopped fine,
One onion, grated,
Three-quarters cup of fine bread
crumbs, One egg.
Mix and form in croquettes or cut
lets, dip in flour, then dip again in
beaten egg nnd milk, roll In fine bread
crumbs nnd fry in smoking het fat.
Serve with cither cream sauc,e nnd as
paragus tips or with peas.
Fish Chowder
Place in Mslllet
J)nc-half cup of geed shortening,
and when het add
rircc-aiierrcrs cup of finely-'chopped
onions.
Cook slowly until the onions ere
tender, then add
One green pepper,
Twe canned pimentees.
Add one package of shredded codfish,
prepared ns directed in the first rcclpe,
Twe cups of milk, '
One cup of iratw,
One and one-half cups of finely diced
potatoes,
One-half teaspoon of thyme,
Three tablespoons of finely minced
parsley,
One cup of thick tomato pulp,
One-half cup of thin tomato fulcc,
with one-half cup of flour dissolved in
thr tomato juice.
Stir" te blend nnd briiiR te n bell.
Cook for fifteen minutes slowly and add
.Tiny bit of garlic,
One teaspoon of paprika,
One cup of canned peas.
Just as seen as the potatoes nrc
cooked serve with thin strips of toasted
breud.
MRS. WILSON'S ANSWERS
My Dear Mrs. Wilsen I expect te
give n house-warming party -seen te
about fifty persons nnd plan a menu
as follews:
Fruit Punch
Ice Cream and Fancy Cakes
Fruit Candy
and have n large cake.
I think this Is geed ; folks de net care
for tee much feed today. Yeu will
require about twelve pounds of the
;OUfe
STORE ORDERS
Answer the Buying Question
Oar SO years' experience Is evi
dence that yea are dealing with a
reliable Una from whom yea can
rrarehiue everything1 needed la the
boaeeheld. Our plan enables you
te e te the leading stores of Pbllu,
te select yenr purchases.
WEITB FOB DETAILS TONIGHT
M1B73 n 1032
arriett Bres.
1111 CHESTNUT STREETS
T7ACH model has
JJ received the
careful, personal
attention of M,
De May, with the
result that each
Sarment has an in
ivldual character
of its own. Geld
and platinum car
acul has been used
te harmonize with
the various color
tones of each cape.
Full range of sizes.
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1525 WALNUT tf STREET
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Wp-p
pail cakea, and a ten-pound cake
should be ample
Fruit Panch
leu will require n clean wooden tub
or else n large utensil te mix in. Place
in the tub
Juice of 'two dozen erangci,
Juice of thirty lemons,
Five cans of crushed pineapple,
Twe dozen bananfM, cut in tiny bits,
One pint far of maraschino cherries,
ATLANTIC C1TV N. 3.
Rpsnd the Easter Holidays la
ATLANTIC CITY
AT HOTEL
Excels In Comfert, Service and Cuisine
Kentucky Ave. Near Death
Atlantic City's Fineit, Largeit and Men
Popular Moderate Kate iletel
$3.50 up Daily. Special
Weekly American Plan
Choice, well-furnlilteii roeirni. private bath,
metal beds, elevators te street, unumially
attractive lobby, parlor and reroptlen
rooms! capacity SOOi ercheitra: dancing.
Newly papered and renovated throughout.
Public ihewem. ,
RUNNING WATER IN AH ROOMS
Ownership management neealet.
FRTTKlt A IIOLLIOEIt
KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY AVE. NEAU Ut'ACU
American Hie 3 00 eg (illy, 117.50 sp wctllr
Pepulir faresrin Rites
Elevator ti street. Eli etrlefty anil rhenri In all rooms.
Private bulbs. Running watr. rWrroef wMltlen.
Walts wvks. OwncrinTp pigm't. KINQAKAKHAHT
mm wurnm
Virginia ave. A Beach, Het A Celd running
wntcr. Prlv. baths. Rates M day up. Bpec.
wkly. Cap. 000. Jlklt. Orch. O. D. Painter.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
Aiaata oesn
iv:
Write or phone.
It. WALSH DUNCAM.
Hetnl Rnsrehnl Kftitiicky Av. nr. Iwaett
neiei DOSCODB1 Excellent table.
Wkly. rates, f 18 up. Ph. 117. A. IS. MARION
Chalfonte-Hnddeo'lInll
Atlantic Clt On the Beurclwnlk
OCEAN GROVE. X. J.
STOKES HALL
Ocean Greve,
modern cenv.
N. J. Ocean Fnthveny, Alt
A. Iv. K. 8traaaburgir, Prep.
rPPEB frAWAXAO UKK, N. Y.
SARAIAC INN
N THE HEART OF THE ADIR0N0ACKS
CERTIFIED MILK
A SUMHBR RCSOUT of the hlgtiest char
acter: auperb cuisine:, an environment so
cially deilrablc. Cottages for Kent.
Iirntd en the shere of the
WONDERFUL UPPER SARANAC LAKE
Kxcelleut .suit: reuils, heed felt. All
Sports and Amulnents nt thlr best.
IIARRINtiTON MILLS. Manager
JOHN M. KIRHY, Asii't .Mnnugrr
AilArtn llrtM (ir.iften. tViiwhlngten. D. C.
TOURS
vertenal service
wrntNH HKnenTf amiNe nr-ienTB
ill
wide ixperience and high-geared organi ergani
latum. Complete change of surroundings, the
comforts of high-class hotels, rest and re
creation are yours if you let us plan your
tour. Inclusive independent travel ar
ranged for individuals, families, etc,,
escorted tours at frequent intervals.
This season's special features embrace's
THE PASSION PLAV AT OBERAM
MEROAU (for which we are Official Foreign Agents).
CRUISE TOUR TO NORTH CAPE AND
NORWEGIAN FJORDS
including visits te the capitals of Nerthers
Europe, sailing from New Yerk June 1JV '
A Wonderful
SUMMER CRUISE AROUND THE
MEDITERRANEAN
by specially chartered new Ctinard liner
"Tuicanla" July $ te Sept. 6, covering .ill
the principal points of interest. Opportune
ties of visiting during the cm ue various
ether parti of Europe, .alie option te return
via North Atlantic
Other current programs include Cruiiei and Teun te
BERMUDA, WEST INDIES:
CALIFORNIA etc.
ROUND THE WORLD TOURS
Westbound Departures Aup., Sept., Oct.
Eattbeund DepartureiOct.lNev,,Jan.l92.
FkU hjtrmtthm n rtfttsj
THOS. COOK & SON
228 Seuth Bread St. (Belew Walnut St.)
PHILADELPHIA
&WSVV
Telephone
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Twelve bottles of ginger ate, '
Twe gallons of crushed ice i
and a sirup made as fellows :
Place In a large preserving kettle
Ttee gallons of icater,'
Ten pounds of sugar.
llring te bell and cook for half an
hour, then add two gallons of wntcr,
mix and add te tne punch and serve.
De net add the Birup mixture until1
cold.
WEKyF.ltaVTXT.g PA.
GALMHALL
WERNERSVIUE,PA.
Will 0Mn Sit, April I
Physical comfort, beautiful
scenery, golf, music and fine
baths in Hydriatic Depart
ment Ikes Mbms nit, I RWai K,
MOUNT POCONO. l'A.
MEADUtVHIUK INN
Mt, Poeeno, Pa. In the Pocene Mountains.
Newly built, all eutalde roems: steam neat,
electrlclty. prlvatn baths. Reduced rates.
AHHEVILLE. N. C.
THE MANOR. ASHKVII.LE, N. C.
In America, nn English Inn.
TOTTRS
'fr. ERICSSON LINE
. FOR,BAI.TIMORK
M One H'.iy. J Round Trip
PIER 8 SO. DELAWARE AVE.
Dally nt UP. SI. . Siiturrt-iv ut 3 P. M.
Ne Sunday Hlemr
BERMUDA,
Spend Springtime In Eden
Field of perfumed
llanter Lilies new
tdd te Uermuda'a
Drlnittlme charmsi.
All your favorlte
iperts are here, In
cluding (lelf. Ten
nis, Riding, Driv
ing, cycling. Sail
Inir. Moter-Hontlnvr
URining. Fishing,
Ne Passports Modern Hotels,
Sailings Twice Weekly
Frem N. Y. every Wnd. nnd Sat.
Frem Hermuda eery Tuesday
and Saturday via
fi. S. "PORT VICTORIA" and
. . anini ti..iiii,ru."
Tickets Reed en either steamer.
unering , unequtucu exprtss ser
vice.
Write for Illustrated Doeklets.
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
3t Whitehall St.. N.Y. F.irne-Wlthy
& Ce.. Ltd., Bourne Hide, Phlla..
ur Any Tourist Asent.
U HOWARD at. WINS ,111
U Mtasfae 111
your tour
te
rope
'pnE function of our travet-servi
te offer te the traveling public
serrHcs'ia
that
which evrinas enhi from
Walnut 0300 and 2632
Coek'm Travelers' Cheques
Qoed Everywhere
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tag--
WANAMAKER'S
Wanamaker' s Down Stairs Sten
Sale of Girls' Tub Dresses
20 Different Styles
Half Price at $1
Imagine a frock of soft brown chambray with a shirtwaist guimpe of golden
checked gingham with a Peter Pan cellar and full-length sleeves for only $1!
Or a checked frock with a plain color guimpe for only $1 !
Then there are plaids, checks, plain colors, regulation dresses and slip-en frocks.
Frecks with embroidered pique cellars.
Regulation dresses of white jean with Copenhagen cellars and cuffs and tics of
red or black.
Checks and plaids are in blue, pink, green, tan and red.
Plain colors in blue, pink, green, lavender, tan, brown and rose.
Sizes for girls of 6 te 14.
Count the cost of material, the hours spent at a sewing machine then buy a
Summer's supply.
(Market)
This Is the Time te Buy
Straw Rugs!
Rug Sale Going On ,
Just "chuck-full" of opportunity ! They are fresh
new rugs,, straight from Japan and that means the
height of durability. Straw rugs lese their life and
possibility of long service when stored in a warehouse
and allowed te dry out. Se that the biggest point
about these is their freshness even mere se than the
lowness of the prices which is a pretty big point at
that!
There are rugs in patterns for every room and
perches, tee.
Nete: These are the quality of straw rugs usu
ally known as "grass rugs."
27 x 54 inches, 75c
36 x 72 inches, $1
4.6 x 7.6 feet, $2.50
6x3 feet, $3.50
8 x 10 feet, $5
9x12 feet, $6
(Chestnut)
"Pve Get New Shoes
With White Tops!"
The little girl is very proud of
them and the tone of "with white
tops" clearly betinys a sense of
superiority. Almest all children
like 'black patent leather shoes
with white tops. They de leek
well en little feet, tee. Net hard
te keep clean, cither!
Just such shoes, en geed lines,
with wide enough tees and soles
that will give geed service, have
tops of white leather like buck
skin. Sizes small C te cirls' 2, $3.75
te $4.75 a pair.
(Chestnut)
The Patent Leather
Oxford Is a Spring
Favorite Among
Women $6.50
Older girls, tee, like it, as it
has the fashionable low heel and
plain vamp. It gees everywhere
from street. te evening wear.
The lines are excellent and tha
leather is geed.
(Chestnut)
Four Dainty
Nightgowns
at $1.50
Orchid, shell pink pale blue
or snowy white batiste or
snew-flake voile, trimmed with
flne laces or pretty ribbon
bows. They show the new
straight-ncress ncckline that
is very pretty.
Nete: High-neck and long leng
slccve nightgowns have just
arrived at $1.50.
(Central)
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April 3, 1922
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Central Aisle
, Twe New Kinds of
Blouses Just in at $2.25
They are of striped dimity, of
course, for most women and girls
will have no ether kind. One has
a delightfully individual version
of the Peter Pan cellar n smaller
cellar placed en the larger one,,
each with imitation Irish edging.'
The ether is well tailored and
trimmed with narrow pleating.
The quality of the dtthity is
noteworthy and the blouses fasten
in the back quite an added at
traction. Fiber-Silk Scarfs With
Gay Stripes, $3.75
Whether the backgrounds be
light or dark, the lengthwise
stripes of many bright colors are
there te provide gayety a-plenty!
Ana tne tringes are se soft and
silky!-
Nightgowns, Chemises,
Bleemers, All 75c
Bleemers of pink batiste with
hemstitched ruffles at 75c. En
velope chemises of pink batiste
with lace tops and lace medallions
nt 75c. Nightgowns of "blue
bird" batiste at 75c.
Calfskin BagsWith
Alligator Finish, $2
Blue, gray or beaver all
shades that harmonize well with
the new Suits. With wide pockets
and inside change purse, bill
purse and mirror.
Bandeaux, 35c
Carefully cut ever "the same
patterns as our mere expensive
models. Choice of many mate
rials in sizes 32 te 44-
Snowy Springtime
Neckwear, 50c
Vest sets with Peter Pan or
roll cellars and cuffs are in four
styles of sheer fine organdie.
Cellars and sets of pique, or er or
gandie and linen are fresh and
pretty and will make an old
fwoes 100K.HKO mwv ; .
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DOWN STAIRS STOl
The Grace of a Large Hat or the
Smartness of a Small One at $6
i 21 ny,ef the hats a$, $6 ,are of haircloth, large and charming
and full of grace or small and tailored and verv smart. A large one
will show e i bit of glycerined ostrich resting lightly en the brim and
the small hat is likely te show anything pins, feather pompons,
glycerined ostrich or ribbon.
Straw hats and silk hats at $6 are often trimmed with pretty
flowers. r
The degree of becomingness is high.
(Market)
Certain Levely New
Blouses te Wear With
Spring Suits, $5.90
A tailored blouse of white crepe
de chine has tiny pleated frills
trimming the front, the cuffs and
the cellar, which is in Peter Pan
or roll shape.
Tub silks in hairline stripes
have borrowed the tweed colors
Copenhagen, orchid and buff
and are made with two-in-eno
cellars.
Mere fluffy are the pink or
white Georgctte blouses quite
elaborately trimmed with filet
lace.
(Market)
Canten Crepe, $3.50 Yard
Much of it is being used this year. Excelk-nt quality, 40
inches wide, in henna, brown, jade, periwinkle, navy, bonfire,
silver, honeydew, fuchsia, black and white.
White Habutai
36 inches wide, at $1, $1.25 and $1.50 a yard, according te
quality. Blouses, princess slips, nightgowns and dainty under
clothes are satisfactorily made of this.
(Outrun
Hundreds of Charming Suits
Moderately Priced
Tweeds Begin at $15
Tweeds in bobolink, al
I mend, Copenhagen, reseda,
gray and lilac are made in
J a score of different ways.
I All as Springlike and re
I freshing as an April day.
$15, $16.50, $18, $20 and
$23.50.
Navy blue suits of trice
tine and Peiret twill are of
better quality than we have
seen in years. Heretofore
such grades were found only
in very expensive suits.
Short youthful jackets or
long, straight-tailored ones
characterize the newest
suits in navy blue. $25
te $55.
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Suit's Safest
for April, Sir!
Showers play th
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mischief with peer
cloths and peer tailor
ing, and while the re
sults may be funny in
a cartoon, they're net
quite se amusing when
applied te oneself.
Geed All-Weel SuiU, .
$25 te $35
They are tailored,
net merely pressed, te
fit, and they'll keep
their fit te the end of
their days.
New sports suits of
light tweeds are $25
and .$28.50.
Plenty of the con
servative and semi
conservative suits that
business men like in
the patterns they ap-
prove.
(Gallery. Market)
Spring Corsets and Girdles
at $3.50
Slender women who wear slight
clastic girdles, or these who need
rather heavily boned corsets, can
be fitted among the corsets in
this excellent group at $3.50,
There are 12 and 14 inch elastic
girdles of plain ceutil, fancy
striped poplin or satin-finish
brocade, and corsets in various
models, of plain or fancy ma
terials. (Central) ' ,
Sweaters for Little
Children
-When coats come off, children
need geed warm sweaters te play
in. Mothers can cheese no better
than these pretty wool ones for
girl3 or boys of 2 te 12.
Girls like slipovers in jade,
jockey red or tan, tuxedo coat
sweaters in plain colors or com
binations or middy styles.
Ceat sweaters have button-up
cellars and pockets and are in
dark heather mixtures, maroon
or brown.
Girls' sweaters are S2.25 te
$3.50.
Beys' sweaters are S3.25 te
$4.50.
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