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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATUUDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
17 PURE FOOD PURVEYORS SATURDAY BARGAINS Pig Pork Loins .... I2c Milk Fed Spring Chickens . . 13,'c btccr Tot llonst gc aU(j r-. Steer Steak, 3 lbs. for . . 25c Young Veal ttoast in,. loung Voal Chops v::;:;:.v.g"c Sirloin Stcalc Steer Porterhouse Steak ic,, Lamb Legs 9Vc Lamb Chops, 3 lbs. for ok,. Mutton Jtoast 25c 5VC Lmnb Stew, 8 lbs. for 25c No. 1 Calumet Hams 15M-cCiidaliy Bex Bacon 15 Vie lOYz lbs. Best Sugar. .50c Navy Beans or Dried Hominy, lb. 60 nest tiona or oyster Crackers, lb. 7o lRc Halslns, 3 1-lb. pkgs S5o Macaroni or Spaghetti. pkg. 7Ho ZCc Jars of Pickles, Chow Chow, Colery Relish or Ited Hot lOo 4 cans Corn 35o Canned Itominy, Pumpkin, Deans or 1'cas 7V40 1 bars Toilet Soap loo , 3 pkgs. Spices 100 rr Mutches, 2 for 50 Package Jcllo or Oats 7V4o Uest new dried Primes, Peaches or 1'igs 10o New Dried Apricots, per lb. ...15o 3 lbs. 3-Crown Itnislns 25a 6 to 6i lb. fancy Soda Crackers. In can .45c Seedless Raisins, 1-lb. pkg. . . . lOo DELIVERY WAGONS LEAVE AT 10:30 A. M. and 3 P M Best Brands Flour $1.15 Humford Halting Powder, 1-lb. can at (i70 If you wish to start the day right drink Ak-Sar-Uen Coffee, lb. ..30o New -i0rk Sweet cider. Kallon 30o Citron, Lemon or Orange Peel, per asc Largo Jars of Homo Mado Mlneo Meat ,86j Pet or Carnation Milk. 3 cans ..35o Pkg. Creajnery Ilutter. lb 3Bo hwlft's Premutti,' or Marigold But terlne. Just as good as butter, lb., at 2S0 2-lb. roll Tahle Huttorlno 36o 3 cans Tomatoes aso 10 bars Heat 'Km All or Diamond C Soap gsj 23c pkg. Gold Dust i. '.19o Full Cream, best Cheese, lb. .,,.ot0 1810 HAR NEY ST. Plioncs; Douglas 2703 Intl. A-2147 WRITE US WHAT YOUR NEEDS ARE FOR COOKING OR HEATING The experts of our Domestic Economy Depart meat will then select suitable sizes and styles to exactly meet your requirements, write you full descriptions and send you photo engravings you will then be pre pared to use your own jud fimcnt, based on knowledge. We will see to It, that you get What you want at a reason able price and with ANB FURNACES Please address your inquiry to the DOMESTIC E&ONOMY DEPARTMENT Charter Osk Stove and Range Co., St. Louis, Mo. Washington Crisps ! TMt'4UIMHC' QUAtrrT Or TOASTtD C0N njlXtSD AMtBtCAl The SUPREME qualitjr of Washington Crltp I absolutely beyond question. Thoroughly (team cooked, touted, delicious!? crisp, rrxdylo scire. On every package the unqualified GUARANTEE that every Ingredient is of as HIGH QUALITY as the Ingredients In cereal foods of ANY other mike REGARD LESS OF COST : and GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are made under MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDITIONS possible to create in SPOTLESSLY CLEAN MILLS, by high-class workmen. Washington Cr"pf' From Field to Home Never Touch Human Hands everything done by automatic machinery. We give both the Consumer and the Grocer a Square Deal. Washington Crisps CUT OFF ONE-THIRD IIIGII COST OF LIVING for cereal food, and both Grocer and Consumer Instantly recognized this hence our big sales of SUPREME quality Washington Crisp to millions and millions of Americans. HandMinast Food Package la America Two superb portraits of George Washington on every package, handsome enough to frame, or use unframed, to decorate your "Den" or Living Room. WASHINGTON CRISPS are 047) "First in the HOMES of his Country nun " mmjussmt QUAurr.or .tuistio cobn runes, w axipica, aju: 4 More THAN IN ANY OTHER CEREAL FOOD PACKAGE for 10; 100,000 S. & H. Green Stamps Free Head our ml on Kxtra, 30 r on living expenses, price list. Soda Crackers Stamps Specials get your book filled for Xmas savo Prices good one week. Mall orders filled. Wrlto for 6e per lb. INirk Uoasts, lb,...10Ho Chickens, lb Io4o Steer Steak, lb lOo Steer Reef Uoast . .B4o Fores Lambs .... .6)o Hinds Lambs 7Vto Lamb Chops ... . ,.74o 4 lbs. Mince Meat . SSo s. c Hams, lb 13Ho S. C Bacon, lb. .. ,.16o S-lli. can Lard. , . . . .320 G-lb. can Lard... , .Mo lQ-lb. can Lnrd 81.07 Uutterlne. lb. ...1240 20 lbs. Cane Sugar S1.00 XXXX Heat Flour $1.10 Onions or Potatoes, bushel 000 4 lbs. Prunes or liaising for aso i: bars Swift's Snap B5c 4 tOc cans Pens or Corn for .... 9So 3 10c cans Pears, Toma toes, Salmon , 8S0 10c pkg. Shaghottl. ..80 5 lbs. Oatmeal 8 Bo Choice Kkks, dozen.. 94a S Re carfs Milk 850 STAMP BFEOIAXB 110.00 KUlT.ps with 1 lb. best (Ireen Tea,...60o JR 00 stamps with J lbs. best Coffeo $1.00 $5.00 stamps with 2-lb can Llpton Coffee, 75o $1 00 stamps with each of thn following: i lb. Cocoa soo li lb. Chocolate ...,80a 1 Mick Salt .lOo 1-lb. can Hum ford Uak- lug Powder .......85c 6 Bo White or llorax Soap OSo 1 lb. Soda or Corn Starch lOo BOSTON MEAT & GROCERY CO. 113 North 10th Street Opposite Fostofflce Two 'Phones, Dong-las 1069. HAYDEN'S MEAT DEPT. I T ,nnk fnr nnr Thanks- P giving ad in Tuesday evening papers. Pork Roast, lb 10c Hindquarters Mutton, lb 7c Frontquarters Mutton, lb 6c Pot Roast, lb 10c-8c Sirloin Steak, lb 12ic Porterhouse Steak, lb 15c Plate Corn Beef, h 5c Morrell Mince Meat 124t HAYDEN'S MEAT DEPT. I Cut Rate Prices on Pure Medicines for Home and Hospital Use at the Rexall Drug Stores Proprietary Medicines $1 Wins of Cardul for B9o Dr. Cooper's Medicine . .430, O9o 1 Ilostettcr'n Hitters B9o Jl Squibb's HarsHjuirlllu 7So Ozomulsion 48o. 89o ltexall Orderlies 10c, OOo, BOo Scott's Kmulslon 40c, 89o Vlnol, always SI Hay's Hulr Health , 45o, 89o Llsterlne lBo. 3So, 4So, 89o UcXftll Kidney Cure .....4So, 890 Jl Lydla Plnkham Compound. 89o Olycothymollno 85o, 45o, 89o ltexall 93 Hair Tonlo ....BOO, $1 Kellows' Syrup for ...,B9o, $U4 Spruce Pepsin Tablets ...OOo, l Candy bargains I3ox of Barr's 60c SATUlt DAY CANDV for 60c llcnedetto Allegrcttrs Italian Cliocolatcs for ... Wo nro. now excltislvo agents for Outh's Cclobrnted Haltlinoro Candles. Prices lOo to 88. 29o 39o IUT PRiCE SPECIALS IN TOIlET GOOjS Andrews' Tooth aoho plugs, bad for toothacho .....lOo 25c Packer's Tar Soap cut to. .140 35a Prostata cut to 13o 25c Sanltol Tooth Paste, now 18o 50c Malvlna Cream cut to ....89o Ilannony ltoso or Violet Toilet waters 75o, SOo, 85o 25o tlabpock's Corylopsls .....16o BOo Poiupolan Massasre Croon.' Q5o Ivory Soap, 3 cakes for ....... llo ltexall Cold Cream.. SOo and 30o BOo Violet Cream, cut to .....19o 25o llr, Graves' Tooth Powder 18o 25c Uruftlors Talcum Co 50c La J c line Powder 33a $1 Gray's Glycerine Tonlo . ...89o SPONGES Our assortment of sponges is largo and varied. Wo sell thorn at jrreatly reduced pricoq. Try tho Russian rubber spoiiKes, out wear 4 regular sponges 360, 500, 60Oi 760, 8Go anfl S14K). Excelsior Mineral Waters Crystal Llthla Water, sjrj fifl r.g!iiion Jugs , )iUU Salt Su'lphur Water, JO OP 5- gallon Jugs WfaibU Salt Sea Water. 1JQ OC 6- gallon Jugs tyCt&Q Hegent Water, case of 0Q flfl 50 quarts OiUU Sulpha Saline Water, sgQ fin case of 60 iiuarts ....OiUU Sulplio Saline Water, 4gC Cfl caso of 50 pints ...IubOU Diamond Llthla Water, J ftf caao of 12H gallons . .sUU Saterlan Ginger Ma, (Q ff cssq of 50 quarts .. ..WOlUU Wo handle 100 kinds of Min eral Waters. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. Proprietors of the Following Bexall Stores) BHERMAW k MoOOlTNEI,!. DRUO CO., 16th and Doflfre; OWL DBUO CO., 16th and Harnsj Bts.; LOYAI. FHASJIAOT, Loyal Hotel; HABVABD FKABIXAOT, 24th and rarnam 6ts. TURKS PLENTIFUL THIS YEAR Chef Gives Approximate Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner. CHICKENS ARE MUCH CHEAPER ilispert Snsnenl Xtrnn for rlc !- I1r (lint Will Cii n 111 Slnro Thnn One Dollnr n IMnte. A veritable feast for ThanksBlvlng will cost a fiunlly of flvo this year about $ Although thn Tlmnk.glvlnK price on turkeys Iirh not been announced by the commission men. It Is said tho festive birds aro plentiful and may retail around IS and cents pound, dressed. Dresseil chickens will sell nt 17s cents a pound. I Here Is a good menu for a Thanksgiv ing dinner and Its estimated cost for n family of five; Mine tolutR. 12'i cents: green renner shells, 20 cents. Cream of tomato bisque soup (can). 10 cents. Celery. 10 rents: olives (hottle), cents. Itoost turkey (II pounds at !M cents), IS.B): chestnut dressing. S cents; cran berry sauce (cranberries), 74 cents. Mashed potatoes, 15 cents! branded sweet potatoes with drawn butter sauce, 50 cants, Peas (eon), I2U cents; cauliflower. 10 cents. KNT11BH. Sausage : (rountn style). IX cents: sausage (In onion shells), lf cents. Fruit salad, 15 cents. Pumpkin or tnlnco pie, 10 cents. Plumb pudding with brandy sauce. 35 cents. Cheese. 10 cents; crackers, 10 cents. Almonds, 16 cents; bon-bons, W cents. Coffee, 25 cents. Will l.iist Seen liars. This menu, n local ohef lnilnts out, will afford a big feast for the family of flvo and will actually cost less than II n plate because of tho fact that many of the Items offer a larger quantity than can be used at ono meal and may bo spread over several subsequent menls. Cranberries are now selling at tM cents a quart. Celery Is priced, two stalks for 5 cents, Sweet potatoes nto retailing at three, pounds for 10 cents. while Irish potutoca are five pounds for 5 cents. Pumpkins nro prices at 10 cents each, llrussels sprouts may be had for 15 cents a pound. Green peppers- are three for 10 cents, tlrrtmuta onions are 5 cents each. Cheeso Ih 23 cents a pound. Almonds are CO cents a pound and other nuts lire priced around 20 cents. Parsley Is selling four bunches for 5 cents. With these supplies In tho family larder grocers say the family may have a glorious Thanksgiving with qnough loft over to fill tho tablo until hash comes aruund the following Thursday. 1 -"- We want you to know that sugar Park In (In box, putting paraffin paper between layers. A combination of nut meats may bo used In equal propor tions In place of walnuts. Tnmnto .inner. Mlnee two large onions fine. Put Into frlng pnn with two tahlespoouruls of melted butter and fry to a delicate brown Htlr frequently. Add one quart tomatoes l.et cook awhile. 1111 through stove In order to remove bits of onions and seeds of tomatoes. Hcturu to frying ivin thicken with two tnbtespoonfuls or more flour. Adil n little butter. Serve with fish AVhllc .Sutler. Tablespoonful each butter and flour cooked until starch grains have burst. This removes thn rnw nnd musty taste. Add. stirring nil thn time, one cUn milk and cook, stirring until thickened. 8eaon with tv half teappoonful salt and a quar- are the best biscuits of all admittedly "The Quality Biscuits of America." To prove this, accept our FREE "Surprise Box" of assorted Sun shine Biscuits. Send the coupon now. jopsE-yiLEs: Qiscurr (Jjmpant Bakers ot Sunshine Biscuits Conpoa for Free "Surprise Bex" Loo jo-Wiles Biscuit Company Omaha, Neb. Please send me FREE Sunshine "Sur prise Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits. Nsnie ........... ..., Address ..,m.m....m...m ,. .......,,......,...., Oroccr Nsms. Address. ter teaspoonful pepper. It can bo made richer by nddlng a little more butter after the milk Is In, or tho beaten yolk of an egg. In this caso remove part from fire and let. cool n Utile before adding the egg. Cook a moment, but do not let boll. I'ottn Croiineltes. Take three eupfuls of mashed potatoes and two well beaten eggs. rrm In cro quette shniw. Dip In beaten egg" and again In craoker dust. Krj in deep fat. linked Trnnntnrs. Tnko large, firm, ripe tomatoes. Ctil off n generous slice from the tops and gttttn over them a generous gprlnkllmr oC cheese, and sometimes It Is nice to put on a thin slice Instead. Then on that a thin stlco of bacon and bako In a hot oven till the bacon Is crlp. Servo on a platter with parsley. Prise book worth a dollar to three best eaoh week. Mall yours) to Saffydlll Editor. The Bee. Sse The Sunday Bee for prise winners. Wallace Mitchell, Uellevue I'm the boob that put the ape in grape. I'm tho boob thnt put tho Indian In Indiana. I'm tho boob that put the cent In mllll cent. I'm tho booh thnt put tho gent In dili gent. I'm tho boob that put tho brand on llrundeK I'm the boob that put tho post In post office. I'm the boob that put tho miss In Miss ouri. . I'm tho boob that put the car In Caro lina. I'm thn boob that put tho gilt In guilty. I'm tho boob that put tho muse In amusement f Mildred Greellng. 2010 Locust Htreot-t urn the boob that put man In Manchester. I am the guy that put liver in Liver pool. I am the boob that put frank In Frank furt. 1 am tho boob that put tho doll In dol lar. 1 am thn Rock that put rush in llussln. I am thn guy that put tho car In cards. 1 am tho boob that put the pills In pil lows. I am tho guy that put bell In Ilnlfnst. I am tho geek that put how In house'. I am tho guy that, put tho hand In handkerchief. lllanche Johnson. 2534 Cass If tho Giant lost would Nnt OoodwinT If tho meat Is bad la tho welnerworst? If ltussel O. Colt hits money, has Kthol Harrymorc? It tho lioston Wet Wash Is wet, is Rvans' Model Laundry? If the girl sings, will tho Hemls baa whistle? If tho carpenter puis tho lath on the house will tho courtplaster? If tho mnu stands, will tho "Smart Set?" If ii load of brick Is heavy what does the Omaha street railway? It the girt is young, what Is the street rullway's damage? C. V. Iteeords, Fremont, JJeb. If tour. Ists tako thn cog road up Plke Peak, what does Tollurtde? When tho government builds Its new battleships, will thoy Salem. If Omaha needs more street cars, what does Cadillac? If Omaha Is tho richest manufacturing center in the west, what Is Alnsworth? If Omaha democrats nre too busy to attend the Inauguration, will Chicago? If waves were rolling high on Lake Manawa, could Ashland? If the animals In Glacier National park got loose, would Saskatchewan? If Colorodo produces a Sllverton, does Manltoti? Big Suit Started Over the Ames Fire Joseph Kngleman, whose stock of cloth ing In the Ames building was almost to; tally destroyed when the building wan burned last spring, has started suit for SU!7,000 damages against J, K Hrandcls & Sons company, blaming it for his loss. ILs petition charges that the defendant, which also occupied spaco In tho building, had wired Its rooms for electric lights and had nut had tho wiring approved by tho city electrician. lie further alleges that tho defendant had no wutchman on duty the night of the flro. He says he bclloves the blazo originate! from defec tive wiring in that part of tho building which thu defendant tenanted. Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising. Tested Recipes fleet llell.b. A nice but incxpendvo relish can bo matin at home most- Inexpensively, MIX together ono pint each raw cabbagn, chopped fine, nnd boiled beets, also chopped. Add one cupful of sugur, ono quarter red pepper chopped fine, ono half tablcspooutul of salt nnd a hulf cup ful grated horseradish. Mix with cider vinegar to acidity desired. Hneapplo Sorbet Add to n can of pine apple n pint of water and tho grated rind of an orange. Uoll ten minutes, add tho Juice of one lemon and two oranges and freeito about fifteen minutes, until of a smooth crenmllke toxturo. Add tho beaten whites of two eggs nnd turn tho frecser n llttlo longer, it you desiro n granite, which is frozen as hard as Ico cream, but should bo granular In consis tency. Set the mixture nwny packed In ico und salt until ready to serve. IMatnrliR Sundne, j Prepare or order plain vanilla Ice cream and divide among as many glasses as thero aro people to sorvo. Bprlnklo with flnoly minced plstacho nuts, or n monds if preferred, nnd pour around It thn syrup from n Jar of pruservod gln gor. Dnrk frail Cnke. Half cupful of butter, three-quiirters cup brown sugar, three-quarters cup raisins, seeded and cut Into pieces; three quarters cup currants, half cup citron thinly sliced and cut In strips, half cup molasses, two eggs, quarter qupful milk, two cups pastry flour, half teaspoonful coda, one teaspoonful clnnumon, half teaspoonful alsplce, half teaspoonful mncc, quarter teuxpoontul cloves, hatf tea spoonful lemon extract. Duke Is deep cake pans one and n quarter hours In a moderate oven. Cranberry Mnnpr, Select a quart of tho bright red ber ries, look over carefully nnd wash thor oughly; put Into a granlto or porcelain llnod kettlo (never In tin oh Iron) nnd spread over tho top of the berrlfi two cups granulated sugar) pour over the sugar ono cup water, cover and conk ten minutes from the time tho water begins to boll J uncover (for If left covered too lung they will burst), cook a llttlo longer until thn berries aro tender and tho liquid ready to Jelly if tried In a cold saucer, then pour nt once Into ft pretty dish. Make the day before using, Plnenpple mul Apricot Halnil. Mix together each one cun plneapplp and apricots cut In small uniform slices or cubes, and about thn same amount of heart celery. Sliced to correspond. Ar range on white, crisp lettuce leaves nnd cover with a salud dressing made as fol lows; Meat together tho yolks of five eggs, three tablrspoonfuls lemon Julco, two of sugar, one-half teaspoonful mus tard and a teaspoonful of rait. Cook in saucepan until thickened." Then add ono cupful whipped cream. CnokliiK .School Mnskeil 1'otfiforis. Select potatoes of uniform size, wash thoroughly, peel and soak In cold water for halt an hour. Put on to boll In salted water, boiling hard, and cook hnlf un hour until soft, but not broken. Drain carefully. Place the kettlo on tho back of tho stove, uncovered, to let tho steam escape. Mash well, then add to each pint of the mushed potaoes u tablespoon ful of butter, a half teaspoonful of salt, quarter teaspoonful pepper nnd crcum or hot milk to moisten. Iieat with a fork untlr light and creamy, then turn out on a hot vegetnble dish. I'nrlslnii Pnatr, Pick over and remove stems from one pound of figs and remove stones from one pound of dates. Mix fruit with one pound of walnut meats und force through u meat chopper or chop finely. Work '(using tho hands) on u board drndgwl 'with confectioners' sugar until thoroughly blended, Iloll to one-quarter Inch In thickness, using confectioners' sugar on board and pin; shape with small, round cutter first dipped In sugar, or cut with a sharp knlfo in three quarter Inch squares. Holt each piece separately In the sugar and shake oft superfluous yH0 remember-Just one.H SSss jB. for Automobile ymx Frosf and Carbon Proof Standard Oil Company Kebrsska Omaha, rpmsco fl TO LLGPIDA i The Golfers vWerParadise "F you want real golf in mid-winter, you can get It in Florida. You don't have to muffle yourself In wraps and sweaters until you can't get a free awing at the ball. You don't have to get your eara trost-Dttten, nor to break your clubs on frozen ground. The Florida links are verdant all winter lone: tka ..n maVmm 1. I,,.. f.. t.1 . tm vuiii.wiu.uij waruij ana mo Bail sea r hraaea Invifforalaa anrt m . V nnm, r.ll .nn . V. 1 fees 1 ' " If you don't play golf there are a score of other pastimes, soma nf whlrh nr. r.rlolii tn .nn..l wu ........ ,- - - w " 1' IWU. 111IIBB tennis, boating, salting, automobiling, surf-bathing, sea fishing, fresh-water fishing, shooting, camping and other v. .... u . wu.-ww.. . wu iiuiuviuuB iu nienuDn. And, If nona of these appeal to you If you'r Just going for a rest and a chanca of climate FLORIDA offers more to the tourist than any other section ef the United States. Its magnificent hotels; Its tropical vegetation; Ite historic! buildings, dating back to the nrat landing of the Spaniards; and last, but not leaet. Its superb winter climate, all combine to make Florida the Ideal winter playground of America. Arrange for your ticket via the FRISCO LINES, and take the K ANSAS CITY - FLORIDA SPECIAL From Kansas City Every Afternoon at 5i25 It runs right through to Jacksonville and carrlea all-etcel, eleetrlc llghted coachet; electric fane; Pullman aleepere of the lates dealrn and all-steel dining cara In which Fred Harvey meala are earved. Last Chance to See the Panama Canal Work before the water le turned In. Eight personallycond'icted tours In the eteamshlp Evangeline," from Key West to Colon, return ing via Kingston and Havana. The veaeel ia new, built In Scotland during HII-H, especially for touring the tropics. It la equipped with Marconi wlrelete service, electric lights arl fans, and all modern conveniences and luxuries. It will leave Key West January 7th and atajt Februeryth and 18th; March 4th and th April 1st and Uth. An eleven day trip, Including meale and berth at eea and In port, for WW. Stopover privileges granted at Colon. Havana and Kingeton. ' Tort: Train cWuI. Pullman mnd flm$hl HtMrvalions end lllutlrultd DMri)illvt IMmralurt may a oblaMad try adjrattkig J. C. LOVRIEN, Division Paeaenger AgL, Pdeco Lines, Waldhelm Bide.. Kansas Citv.