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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               NOV. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL BAPTIST PREACHER GOES ON STAGE TO LECTURE AGAINST CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Big Chief Red described on the bills singing Indian of and Princess h. cute little Indian girl Oka vaudeville team severed their engagement at the Stur theatre on Market street rather sud- denly late Wednesday afternoon. The to whom the applause from admiring throcgs ia his audiences is I Chief Red Feather and Princess No-1 Ks-Ta-Ah opened what was to have j lipon a three days' engagement at the i Star on Tuesday. The a husky j j specimen of the Red sang i Indian and and lee-1 i tured oa value of education. No tremendous bursts of applause greeted Red Feather. He became peeved and 1 -after- a dead silence greeted him at j Wednesday afternoon's ho pro- sweet didn't like the un- i ceeded to the audience. responsive Sandusky audiences at a i Chief Red Feather declared Sandusky performance late Wednesday after- i people were that they didn't niior.. preceded to te.i the audience a good act they saw it .what he thought of Sandusky and and that the city was only a mere i faacusky theatre sroers. It was the i speck on the imp of this great United j chief's and princess' last show at the or words to that effect. That i for Manager Kessler gave them was too much for Manager Kessler the hook. There wore doings for a and he called the chief and princess the boards and told them they were through with the Then Manager Kessler apologized to the au- dience for the big chiefs rough re- marks. The chief was inclined to create a disturbance but trouble averted. The Indian team left Thurs- .day for Norwalk where they expected to fill an engagement. MINISTER IS NEAR DEATH MARHiAGE LICENSE John D. Payne. 21. and Gracie K. Castaiia. Rev. Stellhorn. John M. 20. and Margaret Snyder. city. Squire Dietrich. Former Sandusky Her. C. IB Critical Condition. It pays to advertise ia the Star- Journal. A special to the Star-Journal from Eellevue. Thursday said the condition of the Rev. C. F. formprly pastor or' Trinity E. and vao is now witlj typhoid is very critical. He is unconscious most of the time and the attending physicians admit that the' chances are against .his recovery. Death may come at any time. Subscribe for the Star-Journal. NEW Nov. Georse K. of New a Baptist lias gone upon the vaudeville stage to lecture against capital punishment. To strengthen his he uses a death chair charged with volts of as at an. assistant appears to be elec- trocuted during the act. A menu for points on the half boiled salmon with sauce salted almonds and turkey stuffed with cranberry mashed white eggnog nut and apple plum pudding with maple hard sauce and whipped mime pumpkin cheese and coffee. all very remarks the distracted cook. got everything read.y that you have but to tell me what you are going to stuff that turkey After the turkey is well cleaned in- side and out. rinse with cold water containing rinse again with clear and set to drain while you mix whatever one of the following dressing appeals to Old-fcT'hionnd oyster quart of and rolled one teaspoon of juice and grated rind of one a tablespoon of chopped a teaspoon of sage in quantity to four gener- ous tablespoons of melted pep- per to one pint of oysters chopped to bits. Mix tho stuffing with 1re yoll'S of four and the liquor' from thrv adding water if moist but avoid having filling damp. Remove the tn''onsj from fie turkey's leg's by breaking the leg bone about an inch below las' sonve one hold1 the fi-rniy wh'lo you put on the I feet. All tenJons will came out. leaving- the P-- lender and nice to eat as tho second joint. Stuff into the cavity Massachusetts housekeepers always sprinkle a little ground ginger into the turkey before stuffing. They claim it gives a superior flavor to the fowl. Tbe turkey taste is satisfac- tory to westerners. Chestnut hotel half a pound of finely flavored bacon with a pound of firm veal. Ateo chop the liver and heart ot the bird. The all togeth- er and season with salt and spice and a very few herbs. Red pepper is pop- ular. Put into a bowl or mortar and reduce to a paste by pounding. Cook gently with a little stock or hot wat- er. Let the meat then add sixty boiled and blanched and pound- ed chestnuts. Mix and stuff into the and dress before serving with celery and chestnuts. Place the turkey on a. deep platter and have enough chestnuts for the garnish braised with celery as fol- Skin the boiled chestnuts and place in a frying pan or with inch long celery stalks. Add broth and cook until the celery is but not until the nuts break. Heat a little Espagnole pour off the lirrVh. add the and season and cooking slowly. Pour over the bird when ready to serve. A dry of artichokes is an approved side dish to serve with turkey. KNIT UNDERWEAR Boys' Odd Sizes in Vests heavy weight in closing out at 25c a Garment. Ladies' Fieeced Union Suits in cream at_______50 Cents Ladies' Fleeced Union Suits in cream and Ladies Wool Union Suits in grey or at Ladies' Wool Vests Pants in grey or at Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants in cream or at __________50 and 55 Cents All Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants in grey or from_______25 to 42 Cents LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCKS AT REDUCED PRICES FOR THIS WEEK Eagle Stamps Frce Every rj i r r Purchase Here Each book of EAULK STAMI'S is worth in any part of this Big Store- Start saving them as mean u saving or' 3 per cent. 1 O V O- O O O O O- 6 o O o- a- g TRIMMED HATS a Q Dress Hats and Street Hats in a of stylish effects. 8 VELVET HATS Fine Silk Telvet Hats in Best me- dium Handsomely All colors. BEAVER HATS Genuine Long Xapped Bearer Hats in a splendid assortment shapes. a- c o o c a CHILDREN'S HATS Onr line of CH1LDIJE-VS HATS 05E-HA1F From T5c to I DRESS TRIMMINGS We have a complete line of beautiful Dress Trimmings in and ball Bands and edgings in crystal and We also car- ry fringe in. 2V2 inches wide at 60c per and 4 inches wide .at 85c and 90c per yard. Allovers in all the leading also in cream and white from 50c to yard Persian Ribbons from 4 to 6 inches worth 50c and 60c a special at 25e a yard u 119.95 and instc.'art of np as fasten the opening bv running tooth picks .mis i.hcn taring it up ivith rorl like a When tho the picks nnd tlv v-jil fell off. Sausage for who if there be. the dblots of the with a parsley adrl hiilf a pound of pork and vonk in a heated nan in fi'ies out of the nork rnrl of from the turkey. Brrnk str.le bits U. w'th the yolks of two and pvlk to nal-R subtly moist. Mix 'n the nnd use. Of course onions Pud nutmeg and sage are added as you please. SOCIETY FlVOEITE MAEEIES NAVY fDIBECT FI i Af FACTOEI FBICES f 1 TAILORED and now_._.......____ This lot includes new faii ana winter in plain and rough suitings in best colors and as well 'as plain blues and sizes for little women and TAILORED Worth now__________________________ An excellent lot of the best and newest models of tail- ored in plain and fancy in all the new- est Coats lined with Skinner's per- fect fitting TAILORED to now________________ Dashing new Fail Suits worth up to made of lat- est materials and in fashionable made by the best Coats fancy or finest silk WOMEN'S and now_________________ Smartly tailored of all-wool Scotch very new collar including sail- or cape and notch Every size for women and incomparable values at WOMEN'S and now_________________ Every coat want can be supplied at this Coats for street dress motoring and utility plain tailored styles and fancy trimmed effects the latest of this season's models reduced for this sale to This store is eminently authority on Plush and Car- aeul Coats.- We knew months ahead Utal Ihere was ing to be a strong demand for this popular coat We have them at the right price and best of they are made by Skilled Man Taiiors. Prices are and Black Caracul Coats at Furs Don't Fail to See the Fine and Large Black Fur Sets we are offering per set_____......___________ Fine White Fox large Shawl Collar and large Pillow at KA and per Skirts Ladies' Fine Corduroy Navy Blue and brown new very special Extraordinary Blanket Offer 100 Extra Size Cotton Blankets in Tan Grey or White good value for only ..................89c 'Wool Knap tilanKets 11-4 ana 12-4 during this sale per 50 pr. extra fine Plaid Wool Knap look ex- actiy like real and dur- ing this sale at.....................ijg.48 per pr. all-wool Arctic in fancy Plaids or solid colors with pretty borders to extra special sale price per pr. and Finest All wool solid colors or fancy very special offer for this sale at..............................85-98 per pr. Bath Robe Blankets All have cords to the prettiest line we've ever light medium or dark colors at to each. The Pretty Crtb Blankets at blue and pink dog. Teddy Jumbo and Bow Knot Men's Gldves 50 dozen Men's Canvass Gloves at and per pair. Men's Leather Working Gloves at oOc to per pair. Men's Woolen Gloves and all sizes at 25c and 5Cc per pair. Men's Kid Gloves with heavy wool fleeced lining at and per pair. Men's Dress Kid all shades of Brown and dressed or undressed at and per pair. Boys' Gauntlet Leather Gloves a new line just receiv- ed at and per pair. Men's Underwear Extra Quality Sanitary Fleeced all up to 4S per only................50c Men's Fine Natural Wool or Camels Hair Tnder- two-piece garments- excellent values per garment and Union all qualities nnd prices range per to 13.00 Men's Flannelette the famous Searle they are made full length. q.nrl quality and workmanship best per garment....................oOc Splendid Economics in Comfortables and Infants' Blankets Silkoline in floral and plain size and sale Dainty Silkoline in Oriental and Dresden size 72 by 52.50 sale Very' handsome Sateen of floral srith fancy 72 by S3.75 values Challies of neat Persian 68 by 70. Size 72 by 51.75 value Two-toned Challies-in-floral 00 and S2.25 values at.............T fl.75 We carry an elegant line of Infants' Biankets in iwelty and nursery rhyme at tiOc and 75c. Sweater Coats For Men and Boys. Just received another new .Styles and Sizes Boys' Sweater Coats at to each Men's Sweater Coats at 59cfi ID each Men's Flannelette Night Shirts and Pajamas With roll or military sizes 1-t to 2n. light and medium color Night Shirts at nnd encfi Men's made of finest. French finish Outing at per Suit 50c Waisting Flannels at 39c Consisting of all-wool French in pink and also a large line of Scotch half will not shrink in tliesn are just thing for negligee come in 32 inches regu- lar prirp is 50 cents sale per yard........39 cents Miss Margaret Easferday of Wash- C-.. uianiod Xoveiaber to John S. 01 .i'-fi Miss Easter- Jav has been n gieat favorite iri so- 1 cier.y of 'hn capital. MEXICAN CELEBRATES i NIWETEEWTH Men's Neckwear Just received dozen of Men's Fine Pure Silk si.vies or open popular cross piain and see the new line m m m TLIC Inh HiuH hr.iU t.n5 K von pjirchsse of us rs-a and see sew PIAXG PASLOSS AT 520 BOTH THONE8. C. V. Baimgardier Leon an employe of the and and the only Mexican in this celebrated his nineteenth birthday by a dinner rurty Wednesday night at the resi- di of I'-Irs. Eunice ot inutc-n s'rcpt. A stranser in a land a tis he naci m-ae during his brief siay in the city. is expccung return to his own country- next summer. 5.13 Buy Your Xmas Pictures Now While Assortments Are Best WQ nn thn lonrtnot oi-nnly nf Din 1C- L.. o jl We have now on display the largest' stock of Pic- framed and in ever shown in Sandusky. Thompson's Platinum Nature hand Water Sepia Pasteis and Miscellaneous Art Publication anses to it the pic- ramed in Ovais and Squa u e so have all kinds in ro line of so can lave the pictures fram- ed tn Coiiie and inspect the line before Picture reaming a 16 by 20 Oval Framed Picture in all relki- ous subjects and values North Dakota republicans are slightly worried over the possibility tliat Governor John Burke has headed the democratie ticket to vie- lory in three successive may decide to be a candidate for a Speciai Low Prices On-Stoves. 16 by 34 Framed values for 20 subjects of Harrison Fischer Heads at 25c each Pastel Pictures from__________. to scenes in 4-inch Gold Burnish size 16 by values for Special Fruit and Game 10 to in 2 1-2 inch oak 16 by in 3-inch Brown Colored 22 by 28 inch special Sepia 22 by 28 inch special at___________________.......69 Cents Save Eacjle Stamps SPAPES.r   

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