The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 151, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 2, 1922 Page: 3 of 14
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THEIR VERY Mil
I he JNutaraenr'is' Deter-
Jf mined by the In;
ghrbtmay b nothing but frosen
'Kit drink or they may contain sat.
tefafJii nutriment. Naturally th nu-
'trtmtnt la determined by th ln-re-x
' dlsnt. In vral "Market Basket"
we.have atreeseo the lmportano of
makln a utr sirup tor- awMtenlna-
these fruit prinks. It la vn mor Im
ponani io ih ui -sirup lor iweeten-
Inff sherbets. f A tablaapoopful pi ge-
latin to . each quart of liquid Is ah
addition but not a necessity.1 This
gelatine should- a dissolved In the
. rnllest amount of told water merely
; cover us an enameled or aluml
. . nun) cup; and whm it la softened "set
cutf in hot water to melt. Bmmber
1 th4 price which is ideal when usj-
in( a bit of itlatln In pudding
r salad dressings of meat loavea :
Ifemon aeherb.t. Make a tart lemon -
- ; ade using- the' sirup to ewwteft and
- flnlshlna- liquid with water. The Urt-
net! and sireetnes mint be acoen-
' tukted as1 freeilnf modifies all flavor
' Whin filling' freeser allow about one-
.' fotrth for additional egg-whites .and
4.; usual expansion. The Ideal sherbet
caLi for three-whites to two finished
quarts. """.Freeze the sweetened fruit
;- liquid to a rotiih 'open freeser and
- best In the en-white to which a
pi nth ofvalt has been added.' Frees
hard -and- pack. . ' --J
. H pineapple peach oi1 apricot sher-
ltf tha' lemon foundation la the
'same. Irr Mher WrSjjLemon sherbet
is isHtrely sherbet jnth .'the other
' fruits 'tefAttlC- ' t '
? ; This lemori" sherbet rtilxtnr should
' be'lhe barn of all othfepa. Pineapple
?" orange' peach cherry trawbrrjrand
"' : apricot- sherbets are merely the lemon
julfle mhrture with any on of the
mentioned fruits added. . ; 7. .
S apricof -shetbet' IK' bettef Wtti' the
jufei of an orange added .to each
v quart of liquid. Canned apricot are
i. prrterable to the fresh fruit unless
tht! fresh fruit 1 .dead rlps Peaches
- i for'isherbet - shouli' be Verjr ripe and
maihed before addthg toeherbet. The
. aprtcote should be pressed through a
. oc lander. f.
fhere is no aeaeon Tfor sherbets.
' They are delightfully 'cooling in the
summer and add a pleasing seat to the
- coj weather menu. . . ' -
Aseoclated Pres Report.
ACO Texas Bp!'l-Hobeft''U
Hanry. former Texas con areaaman ufl
debated eandldat Vt' the . nomination
ar (United States senator t the-Joiy
denocratlo primary Friday announced
Mreslgnatlon as a member of the Ku
Khtt Klan. 3 Ha lauds the principle of
th kuvn In his announcement but said
bettecUne to afflllat further with the
organisation "en-account of the con-
'duet of the hlsti offlcittls of the order
in bower at Atlanta G. and In Texas.
Says Onitetl States Must
iscuss . economic issues
Associated Press Report 1
A8HTN0TON Sept. " l.-Amefican
Iclpation in the discussion of world
bllltation problem is "Inevitable"
ome future time it was sald'-Frl-
at the White - House although
President Harding was represented as
still feeling that the time had not yet
comevoJ "the UnUeoV Stat to take
part in the economic dlscuaaion now
proceeding thread.- a.- i-
w. f7atHfBi mk kmmm k-
Pi fill DAnittn ucbiniu a
f r in Main- it.'
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': re he
iMs Avnu anal Travlt trj
(IOOM Art rRIVATC SATH and
CaUUINQ FANS S1J0 and Up
f Ricemght U
Heat f mips of Water wlttf I
plnca f lt In 4stra sauoe. -'
pan. When bell I n a. ad " J j
slowly M -CUP Comet :Rle
' Bell 10 Minute or ntl
grain ar aeft. Drain In
eelandtr set "on back
pf atev until grain
I f ail apart. ..O Jtet.- n I
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MEAT PRICES - ;
" SOME DECLINE
c At last there has been a noUbt d
cllne in the price or meat and .beef
product This is even true of tha
Kansas City ; . meats. V Porter hous
steaks : prtmevi. rib roasts. . best real
round and reat loin are 10 cent a
pound. The beef round. loin. "V"
teak and. other desirable cut ar It
cent a pound. Sliced liver Is a food
seller wltfe.e'th '. bacon - apecUls the
popular liver-bacon combination being
an all-see son favorite. Pickled tongue
oonwd beef and pork and the rib cut
are hit hly seasoned offering reason-
ably priced. ;. i...-s
r- Taera are deltclouily flavored stews
mad from the reasonabl brisket and
tew cuts of beef tnct ar offered for
11 and. even 1 cents a nonnd. . .
fTyer ar about 4 cent a pound
ana nen is oenta (several mercnants
are lferihg t specials today si a bljt
less but- those' are the usual que tac-
tions. Ftesh yard egg guaranteed'
ar 11 and M cent a dosen. ' A
- Large beef tongues aa-wett a calf
tongue ar good seller for th cold
meat luncheon or dinner!'; Th hsrge
tongue may be boiled and then skin-
ned Ad rolled and pressed in a round
crock. Thy ar attractive wien
sliced thin and served with piquant
sauce.-- ' '.ri"1-
First Oysters No wV' ;
On Houston Markets
Louisiana Berwick bay oysters are
ber at SS cents a plnt They ar not
receiving a particularly cordial wU
com.'- Thai arrival of th "R" month
has not really changed th tempera-
ture. J' M .
' Salmon is in the market today. It
Is 40 cent a pound. Fresh water gas-
pergou from Louisiana I offMd for
n cant a -pound.! This ash I deli-
clous when It Is properly cookd.lts
flesh IsVather lough when cooked as
the usual flah. . It also ha 'fatty tls-
sue Steam a-blt before either baking
or frying and .you will hav a tooth
some dish. Spanish mackerel in Just
the right sixes for broiling vie with
the flounder trout and medium sis
red fish. Red snapper 1 threats frsh
water catfish steaks and frog led are
the unusual offering. " Shrhnns and
prabs ar plentiful. .FlaB I teally not
nenurui just now. aid to this rim.
KSujjQg the summer the fishermen have
Used their trammel nets. Now thiy
r busy preparing for tb oyster and
seising season and are -not going out
regularly. Stork fish from Holland is
a new arrival. These lar large dried
Ash looking cult as palatable si shoe
leather. But be not Influenced by ap-
pearance. Soak the fish--full 14 hours
and It will swell. and shred easily.
Then you - wil -have a - delicate-flke
fish for creaming ott voaat o. fish
croquett. -. i.. yxh :s
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. '.MURDER CHARQsT FILID v i-.
DALLAS. Texas 'Sept.. J.Separate
indictment cnarging J. p. 1 Hamilton
Waxahachle druggist and C. T. Harn.
Rockwall cotton broker -with murder
in connection with th killing of Howf
ard'A Jobnston'.D.l!a musician hr
on August 11 were returned bv th
grano-jury naay. warranu for th
rearrest of Hamilton and Hap on
murder charges hav been Issued.
Both men have bean free on bond of
I7M9 each since th death of John
Attention Rice Farmers
New Port Huron 20x34
Special Rice Semnttoni
for Fordson Trakors
' . NIAIN STREET VIADUCT :
"-ar i-iiaTt avae
1 Veal Rowid'and OA '
I Loin Stak .)UC
. Beef Ronnd and! C-.
Lola Steak. LOC
i Beef Rolled 9Cw'
; Roasts . v Lo C
Gelselmtui Pure ) 1'
'.; - A-Calf
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h i BUY WnOLE nAUSS AlD SAVE MONET '
'Swift's Premium Kama 1J) to 12 pounds .
each per pound. U. 'L f )C
FRDIT TARTS lIAYifi
BE EASILY I.IADE
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Shells May IV Pf eparefl
and ''Topping" "Adds
- Fresh peaches plums- pear and
van pineapple ar delicious in divid-
ual tarts On next baking day mak
about a dosen tart sheila on your
inverted gent- pans. When a busy day
come you hav th base -of a dessert
that may be finished in a few minute.
If the short cak effect Vi desired
US the raw fruit.- Even th larg
plums peeled and cut In mall pieces
ar good In this crust w 'A rest tart
dsmands fruit that ha been eokd
ar bit' Tha possibilities of elaboration
in "topping -tarta" U almost ndles.
For Instance. Pums stewed with
bit at sugar and th fruit allowed to
be perfectly cold make an ideal fill-
ing. A lovely top la whipped dream
sweetened and 'Into' which has ten
beaten a. little tart Jelly. This also
produces a v delicate color. Chopped
nuta and blta of firm jelly oomplete
me lure. '-' -' - '' ": '1
V Tart with merlngu a r mutual but
may be taken out of this oiast by the
addition of fruit pulp to thta merln-
gu. Orated raw apple with a bit or
lemon Juice added make k merlngu
to an apple muc tart that challenge
th epicure. -.Fresh plneappl should
b out In small pieces and stewed. Th
plneappl tart to in th French pastry
class when It-boatta a ; topping of
lemon Jelly mad a tl) .filling for
lemon custard pi TWs filling may
be kpt In tit) refrigerator for several
ilay a. it ia good even as a wafer-
spread at tea-timeBaking day should
provide th variety of desaert-bases
for several day to cont. :
Can't Enforce Dry Laws
In St Louis' Says Officer
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Boot. l.-Oua 6.
iarNrtlona prohibition enforcement agent'
n tne eastern district or Missouri.
Friday frankly admitted that h and
hi flyf deputies wars unable to en-
force th dry law in St. Louis and the
St counties urtder bis Jurisdiction. "W
ar .making some progress howvr"
he added. Mr. Nations expressed the
opinion' that more moonshine whisky
Was-made in 8t. Louis county- alone
than in all th rt of tb .Stat i .
' . PARKER'S
' HAIR OALIAM. '
Rerter Oolor mi gesstt
to Oref an rtila Rair
Joe no tl.OO t Dnissists
Uko Cfeea. Wto
A B Gas Ranges ;
RadMad Prlcts '
Low Monihly Hymsti. '
Ovsr 16.00Q Now "In U In "
; Houston Homg ' '.. f
Rduston Gat & Fuel Co.
Phone Preiton 336
Wffl Be Closed All
JDajr Monday t ' . I;
Pork Shoulder - 1Q4fc
Pork ' . Off '
Chopg. j;.;;..; 3uC '
Fancy Dressed' A(iJ.
Hens.. 4UC 1
CHILE DISHES I .
v COOLER DAYS
t Now thaw feel assured of cooler
weather . soon by November ..any
way. w begin to plan hangs1t our
manus. Meat dishes with ' th chll
flavor seem to be all-season favorl
but they ar more suitable for cool
diy. After manrvar tha nouaawlfe
I may now purches delicious tamales
In can. Chll oon earn too. .
Corn has an undented affinity for
all' chlle-flavorcdjdlsh. Moat dell
clou and novel la the combination of
th chll eon earn with hominy. They
ar heated separately a can of each.
or If th chll con. earn can are
mall two of thsm to be served with
one large can of lye. hominy. If you
ar Industiioua and make your own
chile omit the frUoUea as th lye
'hominy I an excellent variation.-Th
chll and hominy maybe mixed In the
kitchen or at th table. Try thla com-
bination : th tint cool evening. It
will be especially relished for a hur-
ry men Saturday evening. i :f r. : '.
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.' WILL KN0WN"PIL0T DBAO. v
AssociaUd . Frst. Bport. ; ? ' .
CAIRO Hit Sept. ' L-rOacar Croat
laaid to he on of th beat known pllotsl
on me Mississippi nver between Bt.
Louis and New. Orleans died at hli
home hire Friday. He was 10 year
' Hadley 6873
: to Fot From Main St.
Why Qook Saturday and
Sunday Snd Labor Day?
'M whole Horn Baked Tender
Henwlth Oravjr and Dressing
Wo t $1.00
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A whol Horn Fried Chicken
..with Gravy . .
Roast Bf. ' -
Horn Mad FoUto Salad. l
Btuffed Feprxrs. '
'UeaA Loaf. . i' ' . :''
Dvild Eggs. f '
Horn Had PI and1 Cake.
Homo Mad-Chili 4..--e.
f hen Vur Ordr far Your
..n vmoaen aany -.
SATUJAY SPECIALS AT IWRAIVAY NO. 1
. Grocery Dept f
.?Trosh Yard Bffs;- v';
r-. dozen . A. ) 1 C
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Mb. Caa Admtratloti aa.:.
Premier Salad ' 7 091' '
Dressing . ...'....'IIC;
; -16 Cans Mo. 11 ' '100"
Tomatoes . ....)..'.. efefC- -
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No. 2 Wlscontia ( '--1
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Davis Favors Beer for
: & SteelMill Workers
' Associated Press Report !
CHICAGO Bept 1. James J. Pa via
secretary of labor announces a stand
In favor of bear for steel milt work-
er In a chapter of his autobiography
"Th Iron Puddler" which I now on
th .prea.-..'. v;.!- .'v.
As a prefae to his observation
Secretary Devi .likened the tempera-
ture of the tin mill In. the aummtr
tint to th Fourth of July la. Aby-
lnia. . .
"Water doesn't agree with th stom
". S '- is the one whose clothes nave the ' "
V ! ij i5r t: distfnetion Mr i c h " not - '
;?; ; ' gaudy" and v who wears her '
fM ' clothes as ' though she appreci- -V:V
'. ated their worth.
.. mace oune ttnest real sua tnread.'
t; v ' Any otherkind would ruin the ef- ;
' ' father Snd
:. that hose
: and hive
' mand a
T.-V-j:.:; lv dressed
-.'--y Proooer '
' - V1 riss
507 MAIN ST.
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If ycuvo! Gc;vod Miavc-fl
why r?3invc?H lhu3G Toa
is co pcpalor; :
A Rare Fapur
If sS biujewrlv rallxd what wonderful H
cultrcsk aatl pasttT NWay Flour msJnsw
s couldn't supply the detnarkL For natorally a super ;
sadenWr cannot bind to itnllmltedqosnriti. j
. New-Wsr flow Is mlllad from th haart of .
washad atrrUSil Whaat blwtdod to prodac th
porfect tJUNttpoM flowr. It is packed in Saxolln
' sacksv kut md damp proof. ' -.
. in th success of your baking. - - .
STAR FLOUR MILLS
gmUen of TIDAL WAVE
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Mllsm Cake .S '. siflo
Per Oesen fcUC
Partoian Tarts ;4Afi
Pr Dezan lilts
NmMlM rt . . OAs
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Aarlaat THnater 41 gfi
ttln KIn4 af
. 1 All Oood
- v FREE DELIVERY
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ach as wlt as does ber'i i oh sen
tone in hi autobiography whr Sec-
retary Davis quote hunetf directly In
conversation with what he termed an
; Tdo-seven forked at terrlflo ttti
ctriarisertlon handling white hot' Iron
In a mil) Ills this.) h ut "you
haven't got th musclato do It and
I doubt If you'v got the heart. '-'.
"Some of th men teel that .they
can't drink water at that time
"The alcohol In 'beer la a' blessing
at' that time.' It soothe hi laboring
stomach until the water can get Into
hi system -and quench thu man a
thirst". KyY-Vi ;.;.w-:; -
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The' ProfM)era of New Ynrlc.
son. have loner known
. complete the costume
fode the kind that the
woman has come to dev
distinctive product. " '
The woman who.would be smart-
will find here a oair of
Hose. in the ahar! tn'i
APAHiM X Tm1s ai 1 OC i
SCVrVIl VI IsUtA. BL AsSJJ f '
or $2.95 the pair.
Tal Pr.a.'J24 . ( 1
Csllfeml Burkank rM
tate 10 lbs 1 CO 6
.California at Or. 9Cm
sng medium dox.... aOv
Sunk let Lsmens - . 4C.
er Desen 106
t Cemalst Un PruH sn '
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Meat 'Department "'
Milk 9ud Fry . JAr
dresMd lb. ......'... .....1UU
Ulik Fed .Um. -( . 4 Crt
drwMd lb............... OOC
Genuine Sprlnf Lamo 9Ha
In. lb ..U3 '
K. C Bib Hoaat.
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Long wajtrin; Tan Calfskin
Rompers Welted Sole Oxfords
at these low sale prices pre-
sent an - nnUsfitl - shoe-iarlnr
opportunity 1 that parents -can
wlselytake advantage ot. Re-
member the prloes:
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15 to 18 Tte2nd l.:il3S to the Set cf Tires '
H O U STO N MOTOR CARXO
A J ILfhri I Opcdneis
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eVEUrstorCo. 1 'I'AVxWl
WwsTMS . tj.i j'ljaVsiT
j)pW HMl(i iitli'l&tiitilttl!!'
FRESH NEW LAID
. 12 flood Eggs In Every Dozen r 4
CHOICE HENS Dressed Complete'
per pound : v.V
Dressed Fryers or AC
Broilers per pound TtDC
. untootu uuwro per poungJog . .
Every bit of poultry eold here-Is specially fed and condltlonsd. '
killed dreesed and Individually
' Poultry Dressing Plant .
Corner Preeton Avenue
Milam Cakes; per. OA'
uwzvn . . 4 . m vv
- Parisian Tsxts" ? ia'
'.'-' Ai.V-' i'y.i V: ;f
Ninlches per " . ' OA
W " :'i' "t'V.-t V hiC i"
"Apricot Triangles fl f -
y ' fret Balloons ;
With Evry Purchas
Sizes S to S.:.;. 12.40
Slzgg Vt to11l.....';..S2J0
Size 12 to Z..v.m 130
Kiddles' Summer Sex
with fancy cuffs
iv ' of Children's nd Misses' Ban-
dais and PlsjOzfords-whlte '
black and tan. Buy for school
t wear sale price
'Mr t. ! .
I Dressed Roosters
complete' lb. sCwC '
Inspected In our own Sanitary '
ALL DAY MONDAY ; v
and Travis Street Entrance ".
No 2 Wisconsin
10 pounds White . 00
Potatoes. ...... . .'. aCaCC
Fresh Yard Eggs l
dozen ..." 01C
3-16. canr Admira s AQr
tion Coffee.....;. vivC
Premier Salad - OQA
Dressing . . ....... .00 C
10 cans N(
10 cans No. 2 t v"AA2l
-W. l ISSa.KS
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