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THE MODEL KITCHEN—PANTRY # vJbMMB TKSERSATHNI OF HE MEAL WASON'S BETTER COFFEE PROVES ACME OF PERFECTION ' ■*l ■ ' Seattle to MlfhM with Wason's Better Coffee, which hu Just been pat on the rnartwt It* are law heretofore been limited to the city'* exclusive clubs. A HMUe from the Rainier Club speaks for luelf: Mill WtaOß-TkMr. Seattla. Gertie men—l dee at it a duty to "Inform yoa of the good quail) lea of your excellent coffee which we have used exclusively for the hurt num ber of years. The entire membership, of tbe Rainier Clob are of the opinion that your coffee to the eery beet brand that we hare evrr had In this Institution. • JOHN f. COFFEY. Manager. We Willi to elaborate on this superior coffee; you muat try It. and you will always use It. It Is needless to remark that WASON'S BETTER OOFFEE to In a ciaas by Itself. However, we will ten you this much: Wsson's Coffee Is roasted and packed right hare in Seattle at U«> Posit Street top floor, and the Seattle public to invited to Inspect Its most sanitary plant Everything pertaining to Wason's coffee la also made In Seattle. The cans la which it to packed, the printing on tbe cans, and the cases In which the Ont are placed. In fact, everything about the Wason's Better Coffee plant spell* Seattle and home Industry. Kollowa a list of additional • tores and groceriea which carry this brand of coffee. They are given la addition to the ninety storea pub lished last week. F. Vlckery Ml* Pfclnney. J. W. Header <ui N. 4lth. Morris J2II Kieat N W. i P- jf' m * 50th snd Pionncy. F- a. Hwansoa 4«7» Phlnnay. R- JfcOlyn *ftl phlnney. O. r. Williamson - 74th and Greenwood. I" Bontin 7101 Greenwood. ■'•k Grocery Ill] H Hprlng. J. H. Klrkpatrick SOOO Kirhth N. K. O. W. Mitchell ««ui PhTnney. I*• H. Rnlston SI 00 14th N. W. Fred Klnke 7:> Marlon St. W. C. Osterloh 5tH Sixth N. W A. J. Macumber ill W «2nd. W. C. Wellmso «SOl With N. W. H. MrKsyden gHOt Eighth N. W. Mlllos A Pappaa iIS4 Hallsrd Ave. Hans Wolfram |*ol 14th N. W. Nils Hansen W. «4(h and 14th N. W. Adams it Adams ISlg li<-* C on Ave. Hanford St. Bakery P..-*oon Ave. and Haaford Wild Rose Grocery U..H15 Heventh W. t- A Thorns |«oft Interlake A. B. Barclay 7001 10th N. K. Wm. Ross .. 101 E. 4sth. W. riumertelt Brooklyn and E. 40th. W. H. Wallace Eagle Harbor. Puget Sound Power and Light Company Hat Fine Waffle Irons Writing the recipe for waffle* re mind* me that the PL'(JET SOUND POWER AND LIOHT OOMPANT ha* an excellent display of fine waf fle Irons. If you are thinking of choosing a gift Iron, or an Iron for your own line, you can do no better than to chooae from the display of this company. Their waffle Iron* are thoroughly up-to-date, and re liable. And yon are a Spartan woman. Indeed, If you can leave the faaci natlng display of electric device* on exhibition here without "canting one longing, lingering look behind" But poetry aalde, there are splendid valuea In grill*, percolator*, chafing dlahea and healer*. The show room* are on the flr«t floor of the Puget Sound Building at 7Ut and Ollva. Centennial Flour a Favorite With Local Housekeepers Have you ever wondered What made BUTTERNUT BREAD so light white and delicious? Have you asked yourself how the ovens of the Seattle Baking Company turned out bread so uniform In quality and wholeeomenaaeT Tbe answer may be given In three words: CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR. This excellent flour Is mad* right here In Seattle, the mills being out on East Marginal way. And wide qomment baa been made on tbe un varying uniformity of texture and color. Cooks have learned to de pend on CENTENNIAL'S BEST; It does not go back on them In an emergency. Not only for brsadstuffs, bat atoo for cakes and paatrtee, this flour is unequaled. If yoa have not been using CENTENNIAL'S BEST rtOUR. try a sack of It to day. It wIU bring you satiafacUan. Superior Salad Dressing Gaining in Favor How many of our houstwives know that a dainty salad dressing, suitable for fruit and vegetable »ala<V«. la put out by the NAVT SALAD DRESSING COMPANY of this city? It is called "SUPERIOR SALAD DRESSING," snd the name Is not a misnomer. The buy er will soon recognise this when she opens hnr bottle. The dressing ha* an excellent flavor and a fine, light tegturs. A bottle of "SUPE RIOR SALAD DRESSING" on your ahelres may save you from an embarrassing moment Provide for unexpected company, and they arc never unexpected. Household Hints TO CL.KAN AM HIMM Aluminum utensil* should be scoured with Bon Ami or whiting, which are soft and do not scratch the metal. Steel wool Is also very good. A few drops of ammonia water will hasten the polishing. Burnt food Is bent removed by noaklng the dish In hot water. Use a wooden spoon Instead of metal to scrape It ofif. . • . TO BESIOVR OOFTEK STAINS FYesh stains and most Old ones mnd<» by clear coffee rosy be re moved by ordinary soap and hot water. Cream In the coffee some, times necessitates the use of grease solvent* In addition to soap and water. Potaxslum permanganate will remove every vestige of stain. Hang In the sun after applying. THE SEATTLE STAR SEASONABLE MENU FOR THE DAY ■uumrr LCiniaox Pre*«r*ed Raspberries Washington Brand Spaghetti WltflH OM Tank** rup with Ancovy tauci Jtlg'a Pont fui<(« Devoir"* Whole W'hwl Bread Wuod'i B«u«r Coffee Tarts Tta ■Hun Calory Cream Bona Tour* Truly Biscuits Circle W Veal Loaf DutterM Ilaats Kruch Fried Potato** Butternut Breed liredner'* Jimjr Cream Butter Carnation Cuatard Pie Wasoa'a Better Coffaa SPAGHETTI WITH ANCHOVY SALCR WASHINGTON BRAND SPA. aHBTTI may bo prepared In a doaen different way*, many of which lunMt themselves to the houaewlfe aa aha use* the food. Nothing makaa a nicer starch dlab tlian any one of tha Macaroni prod ucts. Then are exnellcnt food val ues In them; they substitute for po tatoes, making an agreeable change; they are easily prepared, and they offer a vary delightful variation to any maal. Ghlgltone and Son* of Seattle put out the Washington brand MACARONI products, which In dude macaroni with and without elbow* cut, spaghetti. vermicelli, alphabet* and egg noodles. (to Into tha murkets. the G ROCKTKIIIA S iml the local stores, and ask what macaroni Is beat. The answer Is ilways "WASHINGTON BRAND. The women noem to Ilka It beet." Aa a starter for our readers who ara novlcea In the uae of theae de licious product*, we offer the follow ing recipe for SPAGHETTI WITH ANCHOVY SAUCE: Put 1 bo* WASHINGTON BRAND SPAOHISTTI In boiling water salted to taste. 801 l 20 to 30 minutes: drain off water; sprinkle with cheese. Add sauce. To prepare sauce: * 1 can Italian Anchovies 1 stalk celery Little parsley 2 small onions Wash anchovies and remove bone. Chop everything together fine. Place In a pan with Vfc cup Vlttuoci oil, stir continually and cook until brown. Then add 1 can tomatoes, salt and pepper to taste, and cook slowly for about 2 hours. * • • POP-OVER OEM* 2 cups Centennial's Best floor, 1 cup Carnation milk, 1 cup water, 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 tea spoon salt. Heat up the eggs, and add the butter In small plecas, which should be left in tha batter aa they are. Add the flour, aalt and the Cfcroatlon milk diluted with the water. This will make a very thin hatter. Hake in a butter greased gem pan In a quick oven for about II mlnutea. e a e BARTON'S CIRCLE W VEAL LOAT S pound* lean veal (Circle W Brand) I pound chopped fat aalt pork 1 cup bread crumbs 1 teaspoon salt H teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon onion Julcw ,1 tablespoon lemon juice Put bread cruiQtia Into twain, with veal, pork and seasoning. Pack In a buttered bread pan and bake one and one-half hours Ut hot oven, barling with a little melted butter and hot water. Prick frequently while baking, that the fat aalt pork may be absorbed by tbe veal. Re move from oven, cool and garnish with parsley. The loaf will have a delicious flavor, tha pork contribut ing to tha real. • e e WATTLES To the repeated Inquiries that have come for a good recipe for waffles, we print the following. It Is an nscetlent recipe, delicious and dependable. 2 cups CENTENNIAL'S REST TLOUR 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1U cups PURE MILK (from PUR* MILK DAIRY) 1 tablespoons oil 2 eggs Sift together dry ingredients. Boat egg yolks, gradually add Pure Milk, then oil. Stir liquids Into the dry Ingredients and mix well. Cut and fold in the whites of eggs beat en stiff. Have waffle iron hot This makes II medium alaed waf fles. Serve with OLD TANKERS SYRUP. LEMON BLUER H cup Vlttucct Virgin olive oil 1H rups sugar I well beaten eggs 4 lemons, juice and grated rind 1 tablespoon butter (Brad ner's Jersey Cream) Beat the eggs without separating. *l* all together with exception of butter, and cook In double boiler until thick, stirring constantly. Just before removing from (Ire, add but ter. • e a CTSTARD PIE 1 cup Carnation milk, 1 cup cold water, 3 tablespoons sugar, 3 eggs beaten light, grated nutmeg, stir CernaUan milk, water and sugar together until the sugar Is dis solved. Add eggs and nutmeg, and bake without top crwt In moderate oven until solid. LEMON BUTTER Is one of the daintiest ooncocOona for a light luncheon that can be Imagined. With fresh BUTTERNUT Bread there la nothing more delicious than this lemon custard, coming from sunny Italy. The secret of mnny a unique refreshment In Itslian gardens has been this* sea> sonahlc butter; American guests have marveled at It, only to find out that It was simple In prepara tion and economical In ingredients. Serve the lemon butter cold, elth er on tarts or aa a Jelly. Serve It plain with BUTTERNUT BREAD. Tbe flavor of oil Is not noticeable In the recipe, although Its nourish ment Is present The recipe Is In valuable, and la given for our read ers under the recipes In this issue, see Potatoes French fried ara one of the strong points in a meal, and contrary to common thought, they are not difficult to make. It Is all a matter of knowing how to prepare them. If prepared the following manner, potatoes will be a beautiful golden hrown with a crisp crust on the outside and almost creamy In side. Pare and cut medium slxed pot a toes Into eighths and drop In cold water. Wipe dry. Heat sufficient VITTWCCI OLIVE OIL to thor oughly cover, put the potatoes In a frying basket and set In tha hot oil. When almost tender remove from the oil for two or three mln utea while reheating the oil very hot Return potatoes to hot oil and finish cooking for four mlnutea. When done remove, sprinkle welj with salt and acrve In a hot dish. Bread of First Importance The editor think* the la not as suming too much tn making the as aertlon that bread la tha moat im portant single article In our diet*. There'* nothing like bread to sat Urfy a real appetite. It builds strong bodies and supplies strength to cover our various duties. And there are so many wars la which the clever housewife can of* fer ber bread —plain b(*ad, toasts, sandwiches, heated bread, croutons ami combination dishes. EVen bread crumbs are Indispensable. A Jar of them should be kept ready for lira at any time. Stale bread crumbs are better than freshly grated crumbs for puddings, stuff ings and bread sauce, or for crumb ing croquettes and fish. BUTTERNUT BREAD is a fine by and can be used In a dos en different ways. Fresh, it la wlttiout, equal; stale. It can be used to advantage. A delightful varia tion may be had by slicing as much of a loaf as wfll be needed at the meal, cutting your slices only part ly thru. Tress these slices closely together, and keep the loaf forma tion. Slip Into the oven until hot thru. About ten minutes of this heating will transform your loaf in to a tender, crisp, delicious hot bread Perfect digestibility Is In sured by the driving out of any e*- cepa moisture. Mister Thrift Buys at Groceteria Stores ttont forget the GROCETERU. STORES when you uv doing your shopping. If thera la not one with in i block or m of your home, it will pay you to go to the nearest one for your shopping* Kor genu ine bargains In food-st uffa, there I* no market equal to the GROCE TERIA .... women have con vlnoed themselves of this (act hy repeated comparisons. Take any standard food product and ace tf you can get It as cheaply In other stores as In the GROCETERIA. The figure of Mister Thrift, which has become a trade mark for tha GROCETERIA STORES, INC., Is surely Indicative of the character of the stores. Mister Thrift takes a basket, goea Into one of the order Ijr Grocterlaa. selects hla favorite brands of food by careful com parison, paya hla bill quickly, and leaves with a basket of bargains * that would delight any housekeeper. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2K iftoi Jilg's Spiced Sausage Adds Piquancy to Meal It la safe to My that as aaa W product recommends itself MR strongly ta the harried tasU thas Henry Jilg's spiced as usage. Whea a real appetiser to a meal I* <*- sired, try a ft* slices of JILGt spiced sausage. Serve with olives and YOURS TRULY MM CRACKERS.' Innumerable pure meat ptedscM are Included in the list et JILQ delicacies. In addition to the pott sausages, Mettwurst. welners as* bologna, there are lalneed he* ham sausages, livsr aad IM tongue sausages aad bead cks«a All of these may ha obtained «t the beet grade meat shops, tad at the Sanitary Market. "MAID-WELL" garments art br ooming the rage with oar SOW* women. Slnca this Com pa ay Is* been turning out their silk aad cat ion garments for women, the Use has taken preference over all oth ers. Popular favor has csrtalmlx followed the "MAID-WELL" trade mark, and latabllshed It as Ml favorite. The attractive muslin apn*- hand-embroidered. on the figure to the drawing above. Is one sf the durable garments put out If Maid-Well Manufacturing Cm pany. This apron re.rwnsimda It self to tha practical womaa ka mediatety. It Is easily doaa* practically laundered, and nsat Mr general housework. While making such aa apres to hand Is tedious. It may be P" r chased for a minimum stun at many Seattle dealers, and all lab« of making by hand sveMM •» calling for this apron or other MAII>WELL garments, be sure t» u.«k for "MAID-WELL" brand, and your dealer will have no difficulty tn supplying you.