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Shiner gazette. (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, December 14, 1911, Image 6

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THE GAZETTE
J O HABBHMAOUICft FubUshsr
MKKWL i i TEXAS
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NEWS TlHAT IS NEWS WHEN IT
IS NEWS FOR ALU
ODIKGS OF Ul MD WEEK
H ppenlna the Wide World Over of
Important Event Condensed to
Good Reading
WASHINGTON
Representative Dies Friday Intro
duced bills to make Beaumont and
Port Arthur subports of entry
General Sherwood of Ohio chair
man of the house committee on pen
sions states that he has enough dem
ocratic assurances to pass his bill
providing for every Unlott soldier who
served in thea civil war a pension of
at least 1 a day This would add
J37900P0O to th e pension rolls
Senator Lorlmcrs lawyers Wednes
day began laying the foundation of
his defense before tho senate com
mltteo which Is investigating his elec
tion by Introducing witnesses to re
fute the testimony of Charles A
White o former member of the Illi
nois legislature who made a socalled
confession of having accepted a bribe
to vote for Mr Lorlmer for Unltod
States senator
President Taffs message on the
trusts was read In both branches of
congress Tuesday and was generally
well received The presidents ob
jection to a repeal of the Sherman
law was approved by some of the
leaders on both sides although the
democrats held that his first messago
should have dealt with the tariff
Senator JJulberson Tuesday Intro
duced a bill to prohibit banks and
other corporations from making con
tributions for campaign purposes
Senator Culberson In explaining this
measure which he Intends to push ag
gressively as one of the needed re
forms of tho day points out that un
der existing law national banks and
other corporations are i prohibited
from making any money contribu
tion In connection with any elec tlon
to any political office
DOMESTIC
Replying to a query propounded by
Governor Colquitt of Texas the as
sistant attorney general Mr C E
Lano held that the present movement
to curtail cotton acreage and hold
cotton In order that the price might
be advanced as recommended by the
New Orleans governors conference
Is not a violation of the federal anti
trust statutes
Hoping to dispel doubt and curb
criticism of methods used In obtaining
and distributing the McNamara de
fense fund a report of all money col
lected and disbursed up to October
25 was made public Saturday at In
dianapolis lnd with the consent of
Frank A Morrison secretary of the
American Federation of Labor who Is
custodian of the fund The total
amount received up to that date was
19401253 and the total expenditures
were 18485093 No accounting Is
made of the sums received and spent
since that time Clarence S DarroW
chief counsel for the defense of the
McNamaras has been paid 170000
Arthur H Koelker until last Juno
an assistant professor of chemistry in
Johns Hopkins University whose dis
coveries In the production of protelds
from Inorganic substances had won
commendation from scientists all over
the world was found dead Friday in
the Harriman research laboratory of
Roosevelt hospital New York He had
been killed by poisonous hydrocyanic
ncld fumes which escaped from an
overturned flask
In the trial Saturday In Kansas1 City
IIo of Dr B Clarke Hyde charged
with murdering Colonel Thos II
Swope the late millionaires niece
Miss Margaret Swope told the Jury of
her long illness In the Swope home
with emphasis laid on her treatment
by Dr Hyde The physician is ac
cused of having with felonious In
tent Injected into her arm a quan
tity of pus germs Dr Hyde main
tains he gave the girl ca mphorated
oil to stimulate her pulse
The greater part of the 50000
worth of Jewels stolen from the home
of Mrs William Thaw Jr or Pitts
burg Pp last winter have been re
covered Mrs Thaw paying 20000 for
the return of the gems Much mystery
surrounds the transaction which Mrs
Thaw says was accomplished through
a police official Among tho Jewels
Is the famous pearl necklace with its
clasp of black pearls
Postal sayings banks will bo opened
on January 5 at Hughes Sp rings
tarb feWctTroupi Texaaf Cowles
Del and Snyder Okla
Selection of a Jury lo try tho ln <
dieted Chicago meat packers on
charges 6f violating tho criminal pro
visions of the Sherman antitrust act
proceeded so rapidly Saturday that
predictions were mado by both sides
that tho governments first witness
would take the stand In a tow days In
stead of several Weeks hence as bad
been expected
J F Wolters and V H Gray re
lators In the suit for alleged contempt
In refusing to testify berore the leg
islative committee were discharged
by the supremo court ot Texas Wed
nesday
A Jury In the United States court
Wednesday at Buffalo N Y return
ed a verdict ot guilty In thercaso of
the government against tho Standard
Oil Company for accepting rebates
from theNew York Central and Penn
sylvania fallroads during 1904 and
1905 The railroads have been con
victed and fined for giving the re
bates There were 143 points In tho
Indictment upon which tho Standard
Oil Company was convicted each of
which is punishable by a fine ot
20000
t
Complete returns from 315 out of
317 precincts In Tuesdays municipal
election at Los Angeles Cal give
George Alexander Incumbent candi
date of the Good Government League
for mayor 83978 votes and Job Harri
man socialist 52293 Tho two miss
ing precincts In tho suburbs have a
registration of 1500 and are expected
to run about even between Alexander
and Harriman Tho entire good gov
ernment ticket was elected No so
cialist candidate for any office came
within 25000 Votes ot winning
Entomologists ofSouthern States
who are attending the Southern Corn
Show nt Atlanta Ga have formed a
permanent organization to be known
us tho Association of Southern States
Entomologists Dr W E liinds ot
Alabama was elected president and A
F Fordle of South Carolina secretary
Governor Colquitt will go to Hunts
vllle within the next tew days pos
sibly this week to make a personal
Inspection of the losses at the prison
and to confer With the prison commis
sion as to what steps should be taken
to rebuild the factory buildings and
provide employment for the convicts
mado Idle
About 2000 Uplted States sailors
and marines together with their of
ficers will spend Christmas and New
YearsDay in Galveston They will
be tho forcc3 of the two great battle
ships Utah and Florida which the
navy department has decided to send
to the Texas seaport
Officers of the grand chapter Royal
Arch Masons of Texas were elected
Tuesday at the meeting in Waco as
follows Most excellent grand lilgh
priest Charles L Alderman Big
Springs Tex excellent deputy grand
high priest John L Terrell Dallas
Tex and Austin Tex excellent
grand king D W Glasscock Beau
mont excellent grand scribe W A
Scott Floresvllle excellent grand
treasurer B F Frymier Cleburne
excellent grand secretary Clarenoe
II Phillips McGregor
FOREIGN
Fourteen members of the Belgian
steamer Van Dykes crew were drown
ed when Bhe was wrecked off the Cor
nish coast Saturday
The first direct and uncensored
news from Slan Fu since the recent
outbreak there was brought to Pekln
China Saturday by messengers It
consists ot letters to the British and
American legations and the director
of posts The letters say 8000 Man
chus were slain by Chinese and that
there was much looting Several mis
sion bouses in the district were de
stroyed and eight foreigners were
killed Most of the dead were Ameri
cans
The German battleship Kaiser Wi
helm II which grounded Friday In a
fog off Flensburg Fiord Germany
was floated Saturday
An edict announcing the resignation
of the regent Prince Chun of China
was Issued Wednesday by the empress
dowager It is signed by members of
the cabinet points out that the ad
ministration has been unpopular that
a constitutional government has not
yet been established explaining this
by the fact that complications arose
that the peoples hearts were broken
and the country was thrown Into tur
moil The regent regrets that his
repentance came too late and feels
that if ho continued In power his
commands would soon be disregarded
Open revolt against the Madero gov1
ernment has broken out near Parral
andjit San Andres West of Chihuahua
Cltyf in tho state ot Chihuahua
King George and Queen Mary ar
rived at Delhi India Wednesday
General Bernado Reyes has returned
to Mexico Just where he is and Just
wliere he crossed the international
boundary line are not generally known
but thathe is on Mexican territory Is
an official statement Instead of man
ifesting alarm because of his coming
the government bfffclals expressed
keen nleasure
IU devil content that we
should excel In good works
proviuuu he can make us proud of them
Wherefore U him that thlnketh he
stantleth take heed leet he fall
HELPFUL HINTS
A clever little idea for refresh
ments for a childrens party Is this
Get a box of animal crackers and
with a heavy sirup fasten the animals
upright on round salted trackers or
the long saltings may be used Dec
orate with chocolate by putting In
eyes with melted chocolate These
will delightthe little people and there
Is nothing harmful In such Tefr esh
moots
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Never shake rugs or hang them on
lines to be beaten One such treat
ment will often ruin a rug Place
them on the ground and beat or sweep
them They can be very satisfactorily
cleaned by spreading on a porch and
carefully sweeping The best way
ot course Is to use the vacuum clean
er on them as then there Is no wear
on them
Celery on Chestnut Salad Take
equal measures of celery and cooked
chestnuts cut In thin slices Add a
few tablespoonfuls or French dressing
At serving tlm o arrange on lettuce
and garnish with slices ot latticed ap
ples
A very pretty way of serving Indi
vidual butter for company 1b to make
tho balls much smaller using three
small ones on each butter plato In
stead of one and from parsley break
a stalk with three stems Inserting the
end In each butter ball The effect
Is yery pleasing as they look more
like flowers than butter
When out of cake put delicate
crackers together with white or
chocolate frosting Chopped nuts and
raisins may be added and these little
cakes served with tea will be happily
received by any guests
A cleaner for wall paper Take a
cup of sifted flour one tablespoonful
of salt one tablespoonful of coal oil
two tablesnoonfuls of vinegar two ta
blespoonfuls ot mmonla and a half
cup ot water Mix In a small sauce
pan and cook until the moisture Is
evaporated stirring constantly
Remove from the Are and knead with
tho hands until ready to use Use a
small piece kneading and turning It
to keep the clean side out to rub with
When troubled with rats put fresh
unslaked lime around their runways
If they get burned they will be care
ful never to try it again
ETTEH beemall and shine than
to be Great and cast a shadow
Brown
Character Is what
dark
Is In the
WAYS OF SERVING CHICKErL
Chickens are not now bo expensive
that one may not feel extravagant to
serve one occasionally
Braised Chicken Dress clean and
truss a fourpound fowl Fry two
slices of fat salt pork cut onefourth
Inch thick then add five slices of car
rot cut In small cubeB onehalf a
sliced onlon two sprigs of thyme one
sprig of parsley a bay leaf and cook
ten minutes Add two tablespoonfuls
of butter and fry tho fowl turning
often until the surface Is well
browned Place on a trivet In a deep
pan pour over the fat add two cups
of water or chicken stock Cover and
bake In a slow oven until tender
basting often
Serve with a sauce made from the
fat in the pan
Maryland Chicken Dress and clean
and cut up two small chickens
Sprinkle with salt pepper and dip
In flour egg and crumbs place In a
greased dripping pan and bake thirty
mlnutea In a hot oven basting after
the first five minutes cooking with a
third of a cup of melted butter Ar
range on a platter and pour over two
cups of cream sauce
Fried Chicken Southern Style Cut
up the chicken at the Joints as for
serving plunge In cold water and
yrhlle wet dredge with flour salt and
pepper having as much Jlour adhere
to the chicken aa possible Try out a
pound of fat salt pork cut In pieces
and copk the chicken in this until ten
der and well brownedV Serve with
a white sauce mado of halt milk and
cream
Whero Honor Is Due
t Is Indeed a desirable thing tq he
we lldetf5o riaed But tile glory Dilongi
to our ancestors Plutarch
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Aransas Pass Buckhorn Saloon
WM ZAPPE Proprietor l h
I will be glad to meet allmy old friends and will frlye V
them the best oftreatment My stock of Whiskfesi Wifijbs
Beer and Cigars will be of the best V
CALL AND SEE ME
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THE BUST ASSORTED WHISKIES WINES
BEER AND CIGARB
COME IN AND ENJOY A COD DRINK
TJNDBR THE PANS
Freah Beer Altyays on Tap
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Next Door to olters Bros
SHINER OIL MILE
AND
MANUFACTURING CO
Is ready for business and will buy air
your seed and pay the highest market price
HULLS AND MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND
Pehdjyonriiced to the HOMB MItI and
patronise a HOMBlNDUBTTY
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D C DANIEL Manager
PALACE SALOON
Reopened By
ADOLPH DARILEK Proprietor
Successor to E J Wangemanu
Fine WhisKies Wines and Cold Fresh
Beer Always on Hand
All Favorite Brands of Cigars
OPERA HOUSE BAR
Having purchased this 8aloon I Invite ail my
Friends and old Customers to
CALL AND SEE ME J
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I will keep a full stock of the Best Whiskies Wines
Beer and Cigars and will always
treat you right
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THE CITY SALOON
A Comfortable Place to
Stop PolitefTreatment
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Fine Wines Whiskies and Cigars
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