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Sentinel Fort Wayne Weekly (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Fort Wayne, Indiana Resume of the week s happening wednesday. Alleging that William Malle was intoxicated while he was operating an automobile belonging to the fort waste Transfer company and b. H. Barnett Frederick g. Brandt has filed buit in the circuit court asking $5,000 damages. The company Barmett and Malle Are made defendants. Brandt is a Street cleaner and was employed by the City on july 23. Of this year. He says that Malle ran him Down with the automobile and bruised a a body legs and arms and injured him permanently. Malle was fined in the City court for operating the machine beyond the Speed limit and took an Appeal to the circuit court where the Case is now pending. Judge r. K. Erwin filed the Oil on clothes. Jennie Clark asks a divorce from David h. Clark to whom she waa married on september 26, of this year. She a ays that on october 12 he poured Oil Over her clothes and her hat broke up her canned fruit and Jelly smashed nos generally about the House and left. William it tech Tepicht filed the in convicted. A Ouis Brewer was convicted in the circuit court today of the theft of a bicycle and sentenced to from one to eight years in the Jeffersonville a Ltd for Matory. Prosecutor Thomas of cued to introduce evidence that the till in the Alhambra restaurant was Short $11 while Brewer was working there. Bra wer said it was robbed while he Yma in the cellar getting Coal. Suit Case led to his arrest. His brother had the trousers on the Day after the robbery and went into the House and changed them while detective sergeant Pappert was looking about for a clue. This excited the suspicion of the sergeant and he got both of the Finney boys and the younger one was released after the examining trial. Albert Finney testified that he found the suit cause on the Railroad As he was on his Way Home from the artificial ice company a Plant where he is employed. Suit for damages. John w. Watson has entered suit in the Superior court against Henry w. And Edward c. Ortman Quot demanding $3,000 damages for being run Down by their automobile. He alleges that he was knocked Down on May 10, of this year at Jefferson Street and Fairfield Avenue and dragged ten feet. He sustained a fractured shoulder and bruises that he says kept him in the House three weeks. L. M. Bane filed the suit. Monday thursday. Mrs. Ella Schroeder will continue ii a fight for the estate of her late lib band John Schroeder electrician in the City fire department and a new proceeding will be entered in the courts in a few Days. Notice will be Given that she will elect to take under the provisions of the Law. If this is not agreed to another suit will be instituted and the Case will be tried in the circuit court. An agreement made at the time she and her husband separated is being held up As a bar against any claim he May have. Came bad names. Etta w. Payne wants a divorce from. William r. Payne and he has been restrained by the court from visiting. Their Home at 2002 Gay Street. She my charges that he called her bad names. They were married in 1900. Property to Niece. The will of William a. Etzold who was run Down on Creighton Avenue two weeks ago and sustained injuries that resulted in his death left All of his property to his Niece. Mrs. Clara a. Aumann under a will filed in the circuit court today for probate. Wants big damages. John Mattie has entered suit against the Archer printing company for $10,-000, which he claims As damages for the loss of one of his arms. He says he was oiling a press that was started suddenly and that his Arm was caught in the shafting and so badly mangled that amputation was necessary. The Accident occurred july 2. Of this year and the suit was filed by judge r. K. Erwin. Wanted to marry again. Georgiana Biedermann in a divorce complaint against Godfrey Biedermann accuses him of undue intimacy with Sophia Dennis and says that he offered her $500 to get a decree so he could marry the other woman. She also alleges that he is an habitual drunkard. Judge r. B. Dreibelbiss fied the suit. In the circuit court today Anna Schreck was granted a divorce from Charles Schreck and a judgment for $1,600 Alimony was also entered. The husband made no fight in the court. In addition to the Alimony the wife was Given the custody of two children and $15 a North for their support. Sues for commissions. Suit has been entered by Fred m. Grummond against Carlton Hadsel demanding $2,500 commissions for Aid in disposing of. Texas lands. Grummond says that he assisted in disposing of the land and has made a demand for his commissions which had sell has refused to Honor. Judge r. B Dreibelbiss filed the suit. Court notes. The divorce suit of John c. Keller against Bessie Keller has been dismissed in the circuit Cotrit. Winona Sears was granted a divorce from Lyman Sears in the Superior court. A i ii to Miles appreciative words. Congregation holds retiring Pastorin their affections. The resolutions Wilch were adopted by the congregation of the third presbyterian Church in reference to the retirement As pastor of Rev Frank m. Fox who will leave next month to assume new duties in College a Fork in Iowa will be sent to the fort Wayne presbytery the resolutions As signed by f. P. Wilt chairman and pc Mbaker s. N. Longsworth and mrs. A. L Mccurdy As other members of the committee had the following appreciative sentiments Quot Many words would not suffice adequately to express our appreciation individually and collectively of or Fox s service among us our love for him our dependence upon Quot him in Many ways and our sincere regret at this dissolution of our pleasant and highly profitable relations extending through five and one half years. Our Jlove and appreciation for mrs. Fox is also very Strong and the sense of our loss in her departure will be very keen be it therefore Quot resolved that we the members of the third presbyterian Church hereby express our sincere wish for a continuation through Many years of the effective sen ice of or. And mrs. Fox wherever they May be that their labors May Ever be attended by the knowledge that they Are serving their master Well and that Many Bright and shining stars be theirs in the Crown assisting or. Chapman. Or. Frank Fox doing evangelistic work in Friday. When John Smith was arraigned in the circuit court today on the charge of robbing Albert Bixler he stated first that he was willing to submit his Case to the judge then changed his mind and said he would want a jury unless he can get some witnesses from Marion Pat Burke was arrested with him and both cases were continued until tuesday of next week and subpoenas were issued for the witnesses. Smith showed a rather intimate knowledge of court procedure in the matter of selecting How his Case shall be tried. Bixler was robbed and lir own Over the Clinton Street dump. Later Smith and Burke were arrested and one of them had a pocket knife that Bixler and tie members of his family identified. Says he left her. In the Superior court Edith a Coper was a granted a divorce from Edward Cooper. She stated that he got up one morning told her she would never see him again and left. She has not seen him. Court notes. Fannie Brunner has entered suit in the Superior court against Louis c. Brunner asking a divorce the custody of their three children and $20 a month Alimony. He is charged with having struck kicked and beaten her and with calling her vile names. C. W. Porter filed the suit. Coroner a. J. Kesler has filed his records of the inquests in the cases of Harold Nelson Daniel Dubach John Johnson Frederick g. Jones Clyde m. Brown Margaret Tribolet and Amos Ellenberger who were killed in the fort Wayne amp Wabash Valley traction company s wreck at Kingsland. Charles Buesching has filed suit for $300 damages against the fort Wayne Box company for the loss of the end of one of his fingers in the machinery at the company s Plant. A Emrick and by Rock Are his attorneys. The Leikauf packing comi any gun an action against the Nickel plate Railroad to recover $400 for the loss of a team that was killed by one of the trains on the Road. Emrick and Emrick filed the . I Quot Albert Finney Drew ten years in the Penitentiary at Michigan City this afternoon at the conclusion of a Ial on the charge of entering Fetije Saloon of John Hedges on Wells Street and Affsa stealing a suit Case and some Money a hard Light ii both the City ailed circuit courts. Quot a l car Duro trousers Ili Tiivel alleging that he was plied with liquor in the Saloon of Elmer Williams a t Huntertown until he staggered from the building in a Drunken Tutor and fell upon the tracks of the Oledo and Chicago interurban rail a Way company and was run Down and so injured by a car that it was Neces sary to amputate his left leg just be Low the knee Vincent Grams has entered suit in the Superior court a gains Williams and f. And Louis Centlivre asking $10,000 damages. Williams. Is sued As principal a and the cent litres As surety on the Bond Given at the. Time the License for the Saloon was issued. The action is filed in the name of the state on relation of Grams through his father Joseph e Grams. The complaint sets out that on september 6, of this year. Vincent Grams who is a minor bought and drank Beer in the Saloon until he was rendered helplessly drunk and that by reason of this condition he sustained his injury. A second paragraph asserts that the liquor was sold to him by Charles Williams who was a bartender in the employ of the owner of the Saloon James Pomeroy and V. Karris Are the wife dangerous. William h. Burnside in a divorce complaint against Margaret Burn Side said that at various times during their married life she threatened to Poison him struck at him with a Corn Cutter took Quot a slash at him with Butcher knife and tried to Scalp him with a Hoe. She is also accused of having called him bad names and the husband says she refused to allow him to go to bed saying if he did she would kill notes. Evidence was heard today in the Superior court in the action instituted by the South african importing company to prevent county treasurer William a. Scheiman from collect Iii fees from the concern on the ground that it is an itinerant vender. County assessor Eggemann insisted on the payment of the fees but the concern contends it is permanently located Here Eva Steigerwald has instituted suit in the Superior court against John Steigerwald. The parties have been in court several times before. Mcadams and Hartzell filed the suit. The trial of John Smith and Patrick Burke on the charge of robbing Albert Bixler was on in the circuit court today. A Call Haa been issued to the members of the grand jury to appear tomorrow morning in the circuit court marriage Breneman 26, Shoemaker and Hazel a. Shephard 24.John a. Birkhold 21, Farmer and Frieda a Borcherding 20.Charles Calvin 29, Butcher and Maura Frances Martz 27.frank coh Rustie 26, Farmer and Blanche m. Mccracken 21. Wilson j. Beard 25, labourer and Mary c. Tracy 29, Joseph of Krauskopf 26, labourer and Anna m. E. Uhlig 20. Roscoe w. Leslie 24, harness maker and Edna is. Jones 28. Charles Lee Lawhead 26, labourer and Catherine Sampson 24. William Jenks -28, labourer and Busa Beth a. Weber 30. A Charles p. Kaiser 25, Boller Makati and Matilda Morsch 25. James Moore 37, machinist and Daisy Kinner 34. A Ernest Wester und 21, machinist and a do line Bender 19.benton h. Hire 84, Railroad Inan and Georgia a Peckhan 24. William w. Simmons 31, labourer and Etta m. Sweet 34. Henry a. Berle a 38, Carpenter and Nina l. Fitch 26. Henry a. Sebold 24, machinist and Lillian b. Streicher 23. David Cardinal 22, labourer a and Catherine Vastano 25, Fred. A Hamontree 25, brakeman a Kretz 30. R Villam Wbrown 26, Foreman a and do a Fiir i Tamer 28. _ i a a i. J or. Frank m. Fox who retires As pastor of the third presbyterian Church on november 6, preach King his Farewell Sermon on that Date is in Chicago assisting or. Wilbur Chapman in the great evangelistic meetings which began in that City last sunday and which will continue for six weeks. He will remain there in that work throughout a the series of meetings. The City is divided into districts with an evangelist in charge of each District. Or. Fox has charge of what is known As the Maple Wood District services being held there each evening. He has or. And mrs. Eichhorn As singers and helpers. His pulpit in this City will be supplied during the next two weeks by other ministers. Rev. T. A Terhune of Huntington preaching next sunday. No regular minister for the Church has yet been secured but the membership is in correspondence with a pastor in the West and it is possible he will be secured. Nothing definite about this however will be known for a few week. Or. Fox and family will leave Here for their new Home in Iowa some time late in november a a a a missionary rally. Turned your Way in these Standard carpets air Anster and Wilton velvet carpets. At $1.00 a Yard we have said Many times that this is a helpful store ready with thin Sis that help at a time when most needed. The Blanket Comfort and curtain Sale responded when the demand came for these items of household Economy and now comes a a special Sale of Axminster and Wilton velvet carpets we wish to say at the Start that it is not a Sale of Odds and ends. On the contrary every Roll of carpet in the Sale is strictly new this season with the most Beautiful colors and designs Ever bight out. There Are patterns and colouring for every room in the House Lovely Floral Rich orientals and new persians and the exquisite two tone effects. These carpets sell regularly at $1.25 a Yard but they go on special Sale this week at $1.00 the Yard a is we will hold any selection you make until delivery is desired. Celebrated Silver wedding. I after Twenty five years of married Mergentheim Heymann. Or. And mrs. Alex. Mergentheim left three Days meeting will be held in this City. The Young people s societies of the City will begin a three Days missionary meeting next sunday at the West Jefferson Street Church of Christ the principal speakers being Rev. J. B. Crowther the Western Secretary of the missionary movement with illustrated lectures by j. E. Doughty of new York. The aim of this meeting is to introduce Wise plans of missionary education in the sunday school to promote the practice of Christian stewardship by individuals and systematic giving to missions in the different Church organizations to emphasize prayer As a missionary Force to present the life work Appeal to secure delegates to the summer conferences of the movement to disseminate general missionary information and to Aid the local Church by increasing the efficiency of every missionary worker. A a a fall festival a Success. Life Twenty two of which have been lived away from this City or. And mrs. William Neumeyer of Chicago celebrated their anniversary thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Neu Meyer s Mother mrs. William Grage of 50.5 Wallace Street. There w Ere both relatives and friends present and after the reception of the company and congratulations and Good wishes had been received mrs. Grage and her daughter miss Emma Grage served an elegant hot supper to the company. The table presented n handsome appearance in its Silvery decorations. A rope of Smilax extended All around the Edge of the table and intertwined with it was Silver tinsel. Candles were shaded in Silver filigree hoods and vases of of an outdoor Plant called the Silver Flower fitted perfectly to the decorations. White carnations were the Only Flowers used. In the monday for Chicago where they attended the wedding of their Only son Morton a. Mergentheim and miss Rose Heymann which took place monday evening at half past six o clock at the Home of the Bride s Mother 4426 Vin Cennes Avenue. Rev or. Mil Hirsch officiated at the ceremony which was witnessed by about forty guests. Miss Grace Heymann a sister of the Bride and Nathan Rothschild of this City were the attendants. After the wedding dinner the Bride and Groom left for an Eastern trip of some weeks but will arrive in this City to spend thanksgiving with the bridegroom s parents. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Simon Heymann formerly of Oshkosh wis., and is in addition to eing a talented and accomplished pianist a very charming Young woman. Or. Mergentheim went to Chicago soon after he was Grade parlor where or. And mrs. A Meyer a a honors from the City High school and entered the University of Chicago. After completing the course of study in that institution he took the Law course in Northwestern University and made a specially of languages. Since that time or Mergentheim has been practising Quot Law and he has attained a High place in the esteem and Confidence of a Large number of people in his profession and has Many personal friends and a wide acquaintance among members of the Best clubs in that City. Celebration at Library Hall nets St. Andrew s pariah $5,000. With the awarding of forty one grand prizes the seven night s fall festival Given at Library Hall under the auspices of St. Andrew s Catholic Church closed on monday evening. As a result of the festival the new Parish has realized financially approximately $5,000, which will be devoted to the fund for erecting a new Church pastoral residence and Academy at new Haven Avenue and Lumbard Street. This sum together with the $10,000 subscribed by members of the Parish is an excellent beginning for the work. As Only about half of the congregation has thus far subscribed further assistance for the promotion of the work is forthcoming. Rev. George Horstman the pastor his efficient committees and parishioners in general were untiring in their efforts to make the fall festival a Success and Are to be congratulated upon its results. All concerned Are appreciative of the interest manifested by others and the co operation that was extended. All excavations for the buildings have been made on the Church property and men Are now busily engaged in the Concrete work. In All probability the Academy will be rushed to completion Quot so that the upper portion of t which is to be an auditorium May be used As a Church until the handsome new House of worship is erected. A annual convention. Missionary woman of fort Wayno District to moot Here. X a cd the thirty third annual convention of the woman s foreign missionary societies of the methodist episcopal churches for the fort Wayne District which includes a number of counties in this part of the stated will be held at the Wayne Street m. A Church la this City on thursday and Friday of this week and will bring. To the City seventy or. Eighty ladies As delegates from the surrounding towns and Cutie. The District includes Portland and Marioa on the South and Angola and Lagrange on the North. Some prominent women willbe Here As speaker and for thursday it evening there Wil be a lecture by an Lle up Ker. The convention begins thursday after oort and. Continues thru Cir go All of Friday. la. Mrs. A. Cecil of and mrs. Grage received their guests the Bay window was filled with potted ferns and vases of the carnations stood about the room. Mrs. Neu Meyer wore her wedding dress a White Satin with brocaded Satin Waist and trimmings of Princess lace and her Little Niece Hildred Gruber dressed daintily in White stood near her and held a bouquet of White carnations. Silver shoes and a bit of Silvery looking decoration in her White hair ribbons made the Little girl s costume just right. There was music during the evening and several hours were passed with much pleasure. Or. And mrs. Neumeyer received a number of handsome gifts. Both or. And mrs. Neumeyer had Felt that the anniversary could not be passed anywhere but in this City. Their marriage occurred in a House just across the Street from the present residence of the Grage family and Rev. Or. Wagen Hals performed the ceremony mrs Neumeyer s Maiden name was Amelia Grage and at the time of their marriage air. Neumeyer was employed at the newspaper Union. Since their marriage with the exception of three a ears or. And mrs. Neumeyer have lived either in Brooklyn n. Y., or Chicago. The guests last evening were or. And mrs. Dan Gordon or. And mrs. Frank Clemens or. And mrs. A. T. Hattersley or. And mrs Andrew Gruber or. And mrs. Henry Heine mrs. Amelia Pressler and miss Caroline Pressler. Or. And mrs. Pred Heine and the misses Amelia and Lida and Henry Heine or. And mrs. Martin Ankenbruck or. And mrs. John Murray or. And mrs. Henry. Lageman or. And mrs. John Bloom or. And mrs. E. H. Bookwalter or. And mrs. John Perrin or. And mrs. Gene Smith. Or. And mrs. Tom Bax Ter and George Beach mrs. E. Waterman or. And mrs. Henry Lageman and miss Valette Lageman or. And mrs. Henry Grage or. And mrs. William Grage. Or. And mrs. L. P. Straube of Chicago or. And mrs. E. Witzsche of Chicago and will Green of Brooks n. N. A country party. Or. And mrs. Henry Korte who live three Miles South of the City celebrated their wedding anniversary on sunday and much to their Surprise entertained a party of friends who called unexpectedly. The Good time was enjoyed by or. And mrs. Henry Wietke and son or. And mrs. Korte and sons Martin and William. Or. And mrs. William Prange and son or. And mrs. William Hartman and daughter Emma or. And mrs. Henry Hartman and son or. And mrs. Fred Meyer and children or. And mrs. Henry Bran Ning daughter Bertha and son Christian or. And mrs. William Baals or. And mrs. Henry Krouse and children William Kruse William Dreier misses Bertha Kruse Minnie Dreier and Carrie Baals or. And mrs. August Kiser and family. From Decatur Hoagland fort Wayne and other places at a big Chicken dinner last sunday. The House was decorated with autumn leaves and outdoor Flowers there was music by miss Agnes Meibers of Decatur and an elegant dinner. Those who were there included or. And mrs. James l. Ruhl of fort Wayne or. And mrs. Charles r. Ruhl and daughters Lulu and Ada and or. Rollo Bruy. Of Hoagland or. Dwight . Of Monroeville miss Edyth Metzger. Of gallon Ohio Callie Nettie. James e., and John or. Ruhl. Of Middletown. And or. And mrs. W. H. Fledderjohan and children Clarencey Julius Flora Bertha Marion and Riith and misses Agnes Meibers and Ruby Artman. And messes. Edgar Gerber and Homer Ruhl of Decatur. A country party. The Home of or. And mrs. C. J. Flickinger. Near Roanoke was the scene of a gathering of Young people on sunday in Honor of their son. Charles Flickinger who was Home on a ten Days furlough from the u. S. S. Lancaster. There were present at the dinner party and to spend the Day or. And mrs. John spinner and daughter Annie mrs. R. Close and son Ernest and daughter Ethel or. And mrs. William Smith and family or. And mrs. M. Smith miss Adeline Hine miss aria Hart of Huntington. Mis.= Reatha and Belilah Robinson Bliss Merle Smith miss Maude Romy the misses Viola and Edith Flickinger. Or. Wess. Isadore Hine Ben Robinson Harry Smith Augustive Hine Lyman Shofner. 4> a country party. A company of friends and relative spent a pleasant time last saturday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. William Tonkel. Mrs. Rosa Williams and mrs. Tonkel contributed music during the time and games and refreshments were enjoyed. The guests were or. And mrs. George Tonkel and family or. And mrs. Frank Tonkel or. And mrs. Pearl Ream and son or. And mrs. Charles Tonkel and son or. And mrs. Fred Bellinger and sons mesdames m. Grumbaugh Rosa Williams miss Tonkij. Roosevelt insists. Declares Dix was in Wall paper Trutt As alleged. Canandaigua. N. Y., oct. 25.�?the controversy Between Theodore Roos a Quot velt and John a. Dix. Democratic non Inee for governor was carried Forward another step today. Colonel Roosevelt made it Clear that he had no intention oif making an apology. Quot there was Only one Standard Wall paper company in existence at the time the decree of the supreme court was handed said he. Quot the Standard Wall paper company was mentioned in that decree. I know nothing of what internal arrangements were the original Standard company. Colonel Roosevelt said went into the Trust and difficulties arose and the Trust entered suit against one of the sub Sidian. Concerns the Voyght com Pany. The Standard company he said was a party to the suit through the Trust. Quot or. Dix Becam a director in the Standard Wall paper company in june 1907.&Quot he continued Quot and the supreme court decision was not rendered until february Quot 1909.&Quot aeroplane is killed. Magdeburg Prussia oct. 2o.-Rlieut. Monte fell with a Wright Aero Lariar today and was instantly killed. Quot the air Man was planing to the Earth when he started his motor. Quot he Quot Strain caused the machine to turn Turtle. It crashed to the ground carrying the lieutenant beneath it. The aeroplane was smashed to bits. Government Cotton bulletin. Washington oct. 25.�?the census Bureau s report on Cotton issued at 10 o clock this morning shows that 5.410.960 Bales counting round As half Bales were ginned from october is from the growth of 1910. Compared with 5,530,967 for 1909 6.296.166 for 1908. Anil 4.420.25s for 1907 to the corresponding Date. Round Bales included this Vear Are 65.105. Compared with 88.716 for 1909 118.720 for 1908 and 97.957 for 1907. Sea Island Cotton ginned this year was 25.324 Bales compared with 36.482 for 1909 32,013 fom908. And 18,775 for 1907. This City and the recording Secretary mrs. File Smith of Portland the Chapman meetings i general committee Desidee on plan to cover expense. The general and finance comr hitters of the Chapman evangelistic Campaign to be held in this qty for three weks commencing thanksgiving Day. Had a meeting last evening at the Baptist Church with s. B. Bechtel in the chair and James m. Mckay As Secretary. The principal matter decided on was the plan to finance the meetings. This will be done by the issuance of Stock certificates of $1 each to be Takei by All who desire to contribute to the expense of the meetings. These certificates will be circulated at Church services next sunday and at other times and persons solicited to take one or More of them. Aside from the amount that will be a a Aidt in evangelists the expense of holding the meetings will be about $3,500, at the meeting Laj i evening c. H. Worden we elect be d Fenero trei9tir�c>it a country party. Or. And mrs. Fred Bearman who have moved from Wayne Trace to new he Wen were Given a Surprise in their new Home on f riday oct. 20, by a company of neighbouring friends. Or. Bearman was presented with a handsome and useful gift and a Good time was enjoyed playing cards. A Fine luncheon was served late in the evening. The Wayne mandolin club furnished music. The guests included mrs Augusta Dornberg mrs. Edith Fitzpatrick mrs. Geo. Durnberg miss Emma Dornberg or and mrs. Stine or. And mrs. Vessel and family or. And mrs. Serges and daughter Fred vessel irs. Herman Loranz mrs. Stiel and daughter or. And mrs. Serges or. Harber Albert Koonz miss Carrie Lune. Miss Lulu Seeling Theodore Dort c w. Stun or. And mrs. Zollinger and family. A Nichols Fred Piper and Harry Lide a a country party. Miss Pauline and miss Clara Wiese and Henry Bremer gave Quot a bus party last saturday evening at the Home of or. Bradtmiller in Adams township. A barn dance was enjoyed and a Fine Supi it or was served during the time. There were present misses Esther Hauenstein Catherine Goethe. Malinda. Ella and Bertha Marhenke. Emma Schwalm Marie Reber Ada Fuhrman Ahn Bradtmiller Marie Hanke Frieda Meyers and messes Hen theye. Erwin Rose. Carl Rose Charles Kidd Herman Rose. Otto Meyers Christ Bleke Otto Schoenke Otto Marhenke Walter Kramer feed and Theodore Bradtmiller Fred Reber Herman. Schroeder Christ Wiese and Fgeorge Schoaff a country party or. And Man a John Ruhl of Middle Touti a note Rte in d a Mirt of Friand flour culinary department menus and ropes for housekeeper s daily use recipes. Cauliflower. When preparing cauliflower remove All but the innermost Green leaves trim off the stalk and soak head downward in salted water this will draw out any insects which May be concealed among the Floweres. Cook stalk downward in boiling salted water until the stalk can be easily pierced. When done the head May be served either whole with a Cream sauce poured Over it or the Floweres May be carefully separated and reheated in the sauce. Apple whip. For an Apple whip put the unbeaten Whites of two eggs in a bowl and beat just enough to foam slightly. Add two tablespoonfuls of Fine granulated sugar and beat for a moment. Grate quickly two peeled and cored tart apples. Begin to beat adding the Apple pulp a spoonful at a time. Beat until the mixture has swollen to almost three times its first amount and is quite stiff. Add a drop or two of Vanilla and Heap in glasses. It should not stand More than an hour at. Most. Apple sauce cake. One half cupful of sugar one half cupful of butter three tablespoonfuls of molasses one cupful of seeded raisins two teaspoonfuls of soda dip solved in two of hot water one egg one and one half cupfuls of sweetened Apple sauce and two cupfuls of flour. Season with spices. Meringues. Have ready three fourths of a Pound of egg White to do this take a pudding dish weigh it on the Scales note the exact weight then add the egg White and weigh again it will take about twelve Whites to to make three fourths of a Pound. Then weigh one and one half pounds of powdered sugar and of Corn starch Quot beat the Whites very stiff in a Large bowl add the sugar gently and lastly add the Corn starch with one half Teaspoon Ful of tartaric acid dress on tins which have been waxed and floured with a spoon in Small circles about As Large As a half Dollar set away to dry for a few hours arid bake in a very gentle Oval. A Lii by Nead vary Little heat when they loosen from the tin they Are done. Keep in a tin Box. Coffee. Roast beef lunch salad is to be dressed with Oil vinegar onion juice and a Little grated Horser Diali. Garnish it with lettuce and olives. Carrot or five Large carrots will make a dozen Small balls. After boiling Drain and put them through a Ricer. Add one cupful of thick White sauce two heaping tablespoonfuls of flour mix season highly and when cold and Flynn shape in balls and finish As for other croquettes. Sour milk griddle cakes beat two eggs very Light without separating and add to them two cupfuls of thick sour milk to which has been added one teaspoonful of soda dissolved in a spoonful of boiling water. Stir in quickly one half of a teaspoonful of Salt one tablespoonful of molasses and one tablespoonful of melted butter. Beat hard for a. Moment and bake at once. Unless the milk is very sour and the chemical action of the soda in. It marked by a thorough foaming it is Well add one half of a teaspoonful. Of baking powder in order to Quot overcome any tendency to heaviness. Quot doughnuts with fruit. A prepare a sponge with one pint of milk one half of a yeast cake dissolved in a Little warm water one so ant Quot teaspoonful of Salt and sufi client flour to make a drop Batter. Beat hard for five minutes Quot cover and set Asl dle until Light. Add three eggs Well beaten and one half of a cupful of butter creamed with one cupful of sugar mix thoroughly set aside until risen a second time then sift in sufficient flour to make a soft dough. Knes a for five minutes cover and set aside Agi in. Until doubled in bulk then Roll out a a Well floured Board. Cut into. Thin rounds. Have ready about two cup i Fuis of seeded raisins or any preferred fruit put a teaspoonful on each round wet the Edge cover with a second round and press the two together. Let St and for Quot Twenty met Futrea then drop a few at a time into smoking hot fat and Cook until Gold a Browtt. Drain on unglazed a Abs fan it Roll in powdered a a far. A a a be

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