Fort Wayne Journal in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 29 May 1898
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Fort Wayne Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana10 fort Wayne morning journal sunday May 29, 1898. Cyclist Michael. Omi toil. But for those who care for the f Al Tipsy cake. Tipsy cake is usually made of cake and cd suing bin is much better when a made of Coke and whippet Cream. The diet rectory of cuke May be of any lib Jet variety j sponge cafe or lady finders Are Best. Sumy guide. Baked enormous pros Pectic earnings and plans of the crack Welsh i be found much More attractive than j if Cut in pieces. When the cake has been sliced if necessary moisten it nearly or quite through by dipping it a Ftfe . J in sweetened wine and water in equal nos Vilc Knofl 01 1 raining. Win milk sweetened and Flavoured with Lemon or Vanilla. Then arrange the cake in y. Slass or China dish and Heap the beaten Cream upon it hav ing1 first turned Over the cake that Poi Jimmy Michael the wonderful Little bit Cycle racer is now training faithfully at the Manhattan Beach track near now York for the match contests in which he is to take part this season. No rider on the track works harder or More conscientiously than does this boy. For such he is in fact. Many a scorcher meeting him Riding along the roads near Coney Island going to and from the track starts in to give him a Brush not recognizing in the smooth faced Little be Lvuv the greatest distance rider of the decade. Michael enjoys fooling these Fallows. He lets them keep in front of him for a spell and then seemingly without Effort passes the wondering wheelman As if he were sit Ting still. The midget is now engaged to ride nine races during july and August one each saturday with a guarantee for i race of from the american a professional cyclist however Lucky he May be and that is one of the most potent reasons that have influenced him to wish to become a jockey. The Luck of Tod Sluane and some other Well known riders has made him determined to try his Fortune in that lne. Last year after paying the expenses of his team of 40 pacemakers and de ducting his manager s share of the winnings Michael cleared Over the earnings of a successful jockey Are a Good Deal More than this however for does not a a Large of pacemakers and with a manager. Michael speculate or blow in his Money but puts it away safely in a Bank after sending some Home to the old folks in the Little town of Laberda Tion of the Cream which settled upbeat tors. And services. Lafayette Street near Pontiac. Ser vices sunday 2 p. And 7 p. Sun Day school 3 p. Tape pulpit topics for the Day where to go to attend divine services All creeds and beliefs the vessel con my reason there Shoul in at the Botto ing it. If for be much of the Cream thus far in frothed. It May be used instead of the Flavoured wine or milk to moisten the cake. This dessert May be varied and for Many tastes greatly improved by placing Small portions of Jelly. A Andreij cherries Cut to half shaved Pine Apple strawberries fresh or in marmalade Here and there upon Thi top or the moistened cake before the Cream is heaped upon it or upon the Cream itself. Beef olives. Take 1% pounds Rump Steak. 3 ounces of beef suet 3 ounces of breadcrumbs a pint of Good Brown Stock an egg. A uni Ilion to the three races with Bald which will yield at least Mere to the Little fellow. He has therefore ten contracts on hand Worth in the aggregate Cycle racing association. These Are in Home. Michael won his first race a -1 was an Amateur then and the prize was a Plain Gold ring. He always wears that ring. In face he is superstitious enough to believe that if he were to go into a race without it being on his Fin Ger he would be sure to lose. He never mentions the fact however for he is rather ashamed of the weakness. Michael thinks he will be Able to ride a higher gear this year than he did in 1s97 and has a wheel keyed up to 110, which he is using in his practice at Manhattan Beach. This new machine has a 26 Inch wheel in front and one of 2s inches behind the idea in this being that it enables him to Crouch lower be Hind the pacing teams ride closer to them and derive greater Benefit from the draft or suction they make. Michael has stipulated that none of his contests this year shall be More two months it least and his exhibitions during that time will All be extra Money toward pay the expenses of his peacemaking Tea which they will easily cover. After his engagements with the Amer ican Cycle racing association have been fulfilled Michael will have two months at the most profitable season of the myths of september and october still be on a majority of the Conn should he win its and still be Champion when september Rolls a half As much again can be added to his earnings Over and above what be gets in july and August. This will Majie a very respectable sum for the Little welshman and his manager As a legs. The men who Are to tackle Michael during july and August have not All been selected but Tom Linton and de Oua Rii Taylore the Frenchman Are sure to be among them. Michael considers two the most formidable me will meet this year and says that if he can defeat them he has no fear of be ing worsted by any of the other cracks. It is settled however that the first Man to try his Speed against Michael shall be Mcduffie the Boston racing Man. Michael Defeated him three times last year. This match is to come off at the Charles River Park track at eos ton on july 2. The series of races that has been arranged Between Michael and Bald is to be mile heats Best two in three paced from Start to finish by any style of machines. The first of these contests May be held before the one with Mcduffie in which Case it will take place at the Manhattan Beach track. Michael j is very much interested in this match As he has Long wanted to try conclusions with Bald. The second heat will probably be decided at Buffalo and in Case a third be necessary a place will be selected for it later on. Although As has been stated no matches have been arranged for Michaei after August he a not at All Likely to find it difficult to set opponents. There Are now in America champions from Al most every european country where bicycling is in Vogue and every one of them is anxious to try his Luck against the midget Michael and his manager Dave Sharer Are out for the and when challenges come their Way backed by dollars and a reasonable guarantee. It is not Likely that they will let Many plums slip from their grasp. Michael personally is anxious to engage in lots of contests for he says the Monotony of keeping in training out races is what wears on a Man and makes him go stale. A Man does t really go said Michael recently in the course of a conversation i had Teaspoon of chopped Parsley a Vittli at Swansea about 35 Miles from his cd i the steaks to slices one Naif Inch in thickness and 4 inches in length take the trimmings that re main chop them very finely put them in a Basin add to them the suet chopped finely breadcrumbs grated Lemon Rind Pepper Salt and grated Nutmeg mix these Well together with 1 egg take each slice of Steak put a Little of tiie stuffing in the Center Roll up and tie each round with twine then place then in a Ste pan with the brow Stock and simmer for three quarters of an hour place the beef olives on a hot dish in a Circle with the Gravy round. Old Cannon. San than Cusco Man s idea to twist projectiles. A most ingenious method has been de used by colonel to. H. Bell of san Fyan Cheis Tiaw Church of Christ Corner son and Griffith. A j. Rice pastor. 10 a. And 7.30 p. T. P. S. P. Come to the West Creighton Aven Church of Christ Bible school. Communion a. Sermon a Song and social sen ice Sermon pm John j. Big pastor. United bet beet. Calvary Corner Lewis and Han Street. A. Ballinger pastor. Be Bath school at a. Preaching iom5 a. Y. P. S. At p. Prayer meeting wednesday at Baptist. Beaver Chapel Indiana Ai cottage avenues. Sunday school. 9 l preaching 2 p. The Tabernacle of the Pei ple on Jefferson Between Harris and Webster. L. L. Henson a Tor. Morning Servici evenly service 8. Sunday p. Juniors at 3 p. B. Y. P. U. At 6 p. South Wayne Mission Sunda school. 9 a. North Side Missit school 3 p. East Side sunday Tschoi p. Lakeside sunday Tschoi 3.00 p. A second Baptist cd Torch. Colo 179 Eliza Street Rev. John revel Astor. Sunday sen ices a. An a Sunday school at 12 Episcopal 7. Andrew s Mission sout Wayne Avenue. Sunday school. 3 a Comer Fulton and Berr Rev. A w. Rector. To communion 8 a. M., except first Sunda if month. Morning prayer and Sermo with Hirr he simply gets tired of the Monotony and thinks he is stale. When i begin to feel that Way i always do my Best work for it proves that my training has had effect on me and that 1 have rounded into condition. As soon As i Start in on a race the excitement carries away every Trace of stateless and fatigue. Sometimes when i have been feeling especially off color just previous to a match the excitement and the crowds have combined to take away the listlessness to such an extent that i Nave not experienced it again for Over a Michael varies his exercise As much As possible and always does a Good Deal i of walking when in training. He says that it is a splendid exercise and one of the Best for a bicycle racer to indulge in. This year he has taken to horseback Riding on the Gravesend track and Dally indulges in a Gallop on one of the messes. Dwyers animals. It gives him a variety in his work of preparation that is very valuable. Referring to his ambition to become a jockey Michael said that he had no in Tention of doing very much in that connection this season. In fact he does t one in i x hour contest at Paris. I asked Michael whether american racing men the wieners. And he replied 1 rage they were better 1 visually there were Sorn better than any american that he considers English i Ere faster than those of any other coun try. Wood tracks Are the Best for racing purposes says Michael because they seem to have More elasticity than any other kind. One circumstance that gives him an advantage Over foreigners in this country is that the High tempera Ture of our Summers never seems to affect him in the slightest degree. His Constitution is really remarkable. It is he increasing wonder of racing men and other followers of Wheeling where this Little n Pound midget gets the stamina to do has marvelous work on he track. Leo Etherington. Whether he can Ever master ugh yet know the Art of horseback Riding Well i to become a successful jockey. He said in answer to my query that he thought the work of a jockey was much easier than that of a professional bicyclist. You have to train Down o weight in i my he said and in my profession i have to push a wheel geared in to Over 00 at a rate for the Dis Tance never dreamed of by a horse herons the jockey once he has done the training part has but to ride the horse in the race awl then Only for a Short period of time in each race. He has to use judgment in Riding but so have i and Belilis i have to keep my Leps of Timir at a High Speed besides my other if Michael s own wishes in the mat Ter be allowed to influence there is no doubt that after this season he will give up the Cycle track for the running turf he thinks that there is More Money to be made by a successful jockey than by new dishes Worth to Yin. Milk Toast. Cut a thin slice of bread pare off the crust and Toast carefully a Golden Brown color butter it while hot. Have ready a Teacup of milk boiled and very slightly thickened with flour about a Teaspoon to a Salt to taste. Pour Over the Toast and serve at once. Butter scotch or melt 1% ounces of butter in a pan. And add to it Pound of moist sugar. Stir Over a moderate fire for 10 minutes or until a Little dropped into cold water is Brittle. When boiled Long enough pour immediately on to a Hutterer plate after Flavouring with Lemon juice. Sauce for chops. Take three Tablespoons of Gravy and two of Worcester sauce season with Salt Cayenne Pepper a squeeze of Lemon and a teaspoonful of vinegar stir till very hot and serve Macedoine salad. This is an excellent standby and As it May be All prepared and heaped in a Mound ready for the Mayonnaise to be spread on the top at the moment of serving. Is just the thing for late sup per or dinner. Cut into Dice a Root of celery a cold boiled beet and Carrot add a Small cup of asparagus tops half a cup each of boiled peas and Cut up string Beans and a finely chopped raw Nion mix Well together with Salt and Pepper to taste and two Tablespoons of Oil and one of vinegar. At the last spread half a pint of Mayonnaise on top. The first dressing of Oil May be of . Isco. For the smooth bore effective restoration this claimed securing the necessary rotary twist in the at without the trouble of being fired from a Rille Sun and there is in liability to tumbling. In shape the device for accomplishing1 this purpose is that of in Ordinary conical shot and in its bore is a to How capable of holding a considerable Quantity of slow burning powder a plug screws into this Hallow holding the powder securely within. Around the edges of Are a series or grooves leading into Tho powder Cham Ber and bored at an Angle opposite the direction in which the projectile is i Pec Tecl to twist and thus bores its Way through Tho air doing this on the same principle that makes the pin wheel re valve when it is lighted. A charge of Quick burning powder is dropped into the smooth bore Cannon. End the projectiles pushed in upon it the fuse is attached and the Cannon Quick burning powder expelling the projectile and Light ins Tho slow burning powder through the grooves. This begins to act at once accelerating the Spet d and initiating the Wist then before leaving the Ca Jinon. The is said to actually increase while the in the air and until the powder is burned Cut the rotary motion to accelerate the Ball. Bemar Kasle Besette. Michael curtain. Plainfield 111., makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she Ivas treated for a month by her fam by physician but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of con jump ton and that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested King s new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to Hei Delight found he she self benefited from its use and Attr taking six bottles found herself und and Well now does her is work. And is As As she Ever trial bottles of this great discovery at Dreyer Bro s drug Tore. Large bottles 50 cents and 51.00. He who fears being conquered is sure sunday school a Even ing sen ice and Sermon at 5 p. A. Eta1tgelicai. Association. Bethel Comer Clinton and de Wald. Rev. S. H. Baumgartner pastor. Services. A. And p. Sun Day school a Young people s Alliance 7 English l Trinity Corner Wayne and Clinton. Rev. S. Wagenhals. Morning service evening service sunday school. P. Lutheran p. Church of the redeemer Corner Washington and Fulton. Rev. A f. W. Meyer pastor. Preaching at a. And p. Christ s evangelical. Corner Jefferson and Webster. Rev. A. A. Hundley pastor. Services a. And p. Sunday school 9 a Y. P. S. P. Besby Tekeian. Westminster on Berry two and one half squares West of Calhoun. Rev. J. Lleeper pastor. Preaching a. Sunday school at 12 Senior c. E., p. Evening service at o clock. Third Corner Calhoun and Holman. Rev. J. Boggs d. A. Pastor. Preach ing at a. And p. Sunday school at a. Junior c. E., p. Senior c. E., p. Prayer meet ing wednesday. P. A Bethany Nebraska Corner Boone and pry. George b. Davies pastor. Services a. To. And p. Sun Day school. 3 p. Y. P. S. A 4 a Prayer meeting thursday i. First Corner Washington and Clin on. Rev. W. Moffat d. D., pastor. Services at a. Sunday school at p. A y. A s. E., p. A United presbyterian Church. Be formed. Grace on Washington Between Earr and Lafayette. Rev. A. K. Zart Mun. Pastor. Sunday services at a. And s p. Sunday school at a. Wednesday services. P. St. John s reformed Church Washington and Webste Rev. J. H. Bosch pastor. Sunday be vices. A And 7 p. Sunda school a. Heidelberg on Harrison South Wayne. Rev. Maurice Samson pasto Public services and Sermon. A. And p. Sunday school Mid week prayer meeting wedge Day. P. Teachers meeting s p. On wednesday. Salem Church. Clint Street Between Wayne and Ben Rev. John Kuelling pastor sunday be vices. A. And a Sunda school 9 a. Rebhan Emantel West Jefferson Stree revs. Gross and Wambsganss j pastors. Sunday services. 10 a. An p. Sunday school p. St. John s evangelical com West Washington and Van Bui Rev. Henry p. Dannecker pastor. Us Day school 10 a. M., 2 p. A. In be p. In St. Paul son Barr Street. Jacob Miller pastor. Sunday sen ice 10 a. And p. Sunday Tschoi p. Trinity Corner of Huffman Ai Oakland. Rev. J. A. Bohn. Pastor. Sun Day services 10 a. A sunday schoo p. 2ion, Crelghton Avenue and Hani streets. Rev. Henry Juengel pasto services 10 a And 2 p. Sunday Grace Church German Evan Gay and Pontiac streets. Re 3. F. Miller pastor. Sunday Sei t Les. 10 a. And 2 0. A. Sunda school. 2 p. Methodist episcopal. Berry Street Corner Hartso my Berry c. Cissell pasto breaching at a. And ta5 p. Sunday school a. Epworth Affue p. General class a. Free methodist 270 was Joel Abton Avenue. Rev. Jew. L. Stain laugh pastor. Services a. Man 30 pm sunday school. P. Trinity Corner fourth and Cass Rev. Sherman Powell pastor. Be. Flees a. A and s p. Sunday school a. Prayer meeting wednesday p. St. Paul a Corner Walton avens league. 7 p. Prayer meeting thurs a p. Simpson Church. Dawson and Harrison streets. Rev. T. J. Johnson Astor. Sunday services a. _ and a Sunday school a. L Wayne Street methodist Hurch the Rev. To. Parr pastor Ervinea As follows sunday school u m., preaching. A. A Epworth ague p. In. Preaching p. . Plymouth Corner Harrison and Efferson. Rev. J. S. Ainslie minister eneral services a. A and p. Sunday school. A So Ety 7 p. Mid week meeting wed essay Pra. Soto the Corner Hoagland Avenue and Ewall. Rev. Frame minister eneral services a. A and. P. Sunday school a. At p. Regular services of the first Spuri my society at a. Of u. W. Hall court treet at a And p. Wildren s lyceum at 9 a Achi Mth ves Halom Temple. Arr son. And Wayne streets. Fred Rick Cohn. Rabbi. Services Friday 30 p. Saturday 10 a Cb41 instructions saturday. 9 a. Unday 9 a Bob Talf Catholic. Cathedral of the Immanu ate Conception Cathedral Are Calhoun Street the it Rev. Sep Rademacher Bishop very eve Joseph h. Brammer. V. A Rev. Fan Durham Rev. Charles b. Gutend he and Rev. Frederick Dandurand. Unday services 6, 8, children s and a. Vespers 3 p. Sunday school. 2 p. A St. Joseph s Chapel. In con action with St. Joseph s eve. Thomas Eisenring. S. C., Chap in. Sunday services 8 a And 4 Weekly services. S a. St. Mary s Corner of la Yette and Jefferson streets. Rev. John Oechtering pastor assistant Rev. Ustav Hottenrott. Sunday services and 10 a. Vespers p. Sun y school s a. St. Patrick a Corner Dewald and Arr son. Rev. Joseph f. Delaney. Tor Rev. Patrick Crawley assistant Tor. Sunday services mass d 10 a. Children s mass at 9 a. Vespers 3 p. Sunday school p. St. Paul s Corner West Ashington and Griffith. Rev. F. J. Roll. Services 10 a. And 2 p. St. Peter s Corner East Wald and Warsaw. Rev. Ferdl and Koerdt pastor. Sunday services 5 a. And a And p. Sunday school 2 p. Bucklen s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for to bruises sores ulcers Salt Heum. Fever sores Tetter chapped ands chilblains corns end All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed give perfect satisfaction or Money re idea. Price 25 Centa per bos. For e by Dreier Bro. L Sajiw Orui eighteen Feti lows at. C cuu ii Oil Tun St font after my Lulu Kottra cares. This 1 am sure has Causette Ray health ror the Ihn Raj years. I am still the Only eat Purtic worthy of of by sensible Geo. Bowles baled Jiavas taste Good. Do in grljh.-. Use. cure constipation. To to Bac f Money Money Money do you want to borrow any if to you certainly want the beat and cheap est plan one on which you can pay fast or slow and save interest. The Tri state Tollar month plan is the ily plan that permits doing this. Investors should Call at office and investigate our new plans classes a anti remember Tola association Baa matured and paid in the last six Tai-st8te build Jib and Corner of Berry and court streets. G. W. Piglet c. A. Wrt Tinq president. Secretary. Is Correct in style and for Wear they have no equal. App 106 Calhoun St. K. Cracken Aud Loans Money to loan on acceptable of left Lort Grade real estate Security. Apply it Lons can be filled without delay. Fulce 33 e. Berry St. Over Klunker erg s drug store. R. Mary a. Whery physician and surgeon office am residence 26 Kadlion St. Pacl Alty diseases of women. Tele hone no. 470. Fort Wayne. Ind. Scheuman Klaehn undertakers and embalmers West main Street Telephone no. 228. Office open Day and night Oung women s Hristian association noon rest. 51 and 53 w. Beet i. Cheap meals served to Wana. Nakfa St. To 8. Bonner 11 to i. Upper. To 7. White National Bank capital pays four per cent interest per an m on time deposits. Safe Deposit Bojes for rent at j5 per num. He moral training of the Little child is e future Hope of the in. Here la no limit to Tho ago at which a in make a fool of is. Ames e. Graham web abstract or of fit tubs. Insurance Cou oct Inq and loan agent. Rooms 25 and 23 Bank bios pc fort Wayne ind. Hamilton National Bank capital surplus four per cent per annul will be paid on certificates of Deposit u left four months
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