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THE OMAHA SUNDAY 15KK: r KliKUAKl i,t 1J15.
IMPORTANT PART OF HOTEL
Fontenelle, Chef Hi Everything:
Modern Science Hai Invented to
MACHINES DO MOST WORK
Corner in the Big Kitchen
The kitchen, ah. tha kHehen'
That I about the most Important part
f a hotel.
The brd of Benon. or ome other prt
:f the world has sung the fact that man
run lle without many thing, lurludlng
"(arrlage. horse and hooka," "but elv
lined man cannot live without cooka"
And In the kitchen of the ntene
monsieur le chef will find everything that
the selenre and mechanical Ingenuity of
man ha Invented to maxe ronvenlnt
and easy the exercise of monsieur's art.
Note that Art.
Yea. It la Indeed an art. the concoction
of a thousand tempting rilshe. the pleas
ing of an unlimited number of appetite
I The main kitchen I big room In the
northweit corner of ths building.
Every known rtevlre for the beat f ir
thrrlng of the function of the skilled
took and other employ'" down to the
t!lhaher I found Installed here.
Here are long linen of range, broiler
l ake oven, plate warmer.
H-re are equally long line of refrltf-
emtur, kept io by hundred and hun
dreds of feet of ammonia pipe.
lleie are cold consomme container nd
long ranka of be cream tank and tnk
for tariou kind of Ices.
Roll Kept Hot.
Theie I a sprsy roll-warmer for keep
ing, loll hot nd freh. the door of which
in rle! by a preure of the foot and
fail Into place Immediately after thu
waiter ha taken what roll lie wante.
Iliii keeping the roll always at the
. proper warmth.
Thl waa built especially for the Font
mile kitchen, a. Indeed, many of the
other fixture were. '
There I a perla! alcove with a battery
of big refrlgeralora and aeveral chopping
block for the ua of the hotel meat ahop.
' Here akllled butcher will cut up tho
meat, and It will be their duty to keep
the refrigerator over by the range and
moat broilci aupplled with cut of all
kind of meat, ao that the chefa when
they gt an order can find Jut what they
want at once In the refrigerator, and
plunge It from the cold to the hot an
forward to the wotting gueat without
Here 1 a Utile corner where audi dainty
illahc a toaat and waffles and boiled
eggs aia prepared. There are specla:
tuaatera and pcclal waffle Iron and pe
dal automatic egg boiler which boll
rKg Just a long a they are ordered to
boll them and n longer.
There la alao a big machine near her
which I for the mixing of dough. It
pets near the big oak ovena. and will
be one of the pieces of atock In trade
of the pastry cooka akllled In the concoc
tion of mouth-melting pie, apple dump
Huge, chocolate eclslres and auch delight
i of the gourmet
Uaes laffee Cm.
Long llnea of coffee urea ahlne reepten
dent, giving promlsa of much Mocha, do
light and Java ecstasy.' For even theae
coffee urn ara mechanically educaUd to
brew the root entrancing of brewa that
ver were brewed from tha Justly cele
braUd coffee bean.
Bark her In tha corner la a mysterious
machine, probably not very high up In
the mechanical aoclal aoala. but a good,
honeat-looklng machine withal.
What art thou, O .oueer-lookinf ma
Ah. a potato peeler!
Well, well, and who would ever thlnK
that they would erer teach machines
to peel potatoes.
Surely thia la, tha age of education
when an humble looking pie
mechanism Ilka you can learn to peel
The potato peeler doein't exactly peel
potatoe. It rather aandpaper their
1U lnlde consist of a large drum
with a revolving bottom. The aide of
the drum and the surface of the bot
tom are covered with a very rough and
Potatoe entering tbla drum find them
selves whirled about swiftly and flr.d
their cheeka rubbed against thl rough
aubatanco till thay ar ail scraped.
There la water In there at the sama
time and the aoraplnge flow away aa
aoon a they ara takan off through a
big waata pipe and then the peeled po
tatoe are dumped out through a rrom
opening. Jfa great for the "murphlea,
Lamer tlM at cllrr.
A big, bualneaaltke kettle haa it place
near thla plebean piece of machinery.
This kettle alao belong to tha lower
clae In tha scullery.
It la an humble greaaa kettle.
Humble, but uaerul, for Into It goe
all the greaae from the rooking meats
and other eources and thla kettle ren
Huge power dlhwaher are a feature
of the scullery. The dudiea in great
mire lketa are .plunged Into vata of
valJing water, little derrick being pro
vided for lifting and lowering the heavy
Mt ' '
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I liaeket full of crocery nnd china. T,hl
.VNtem ha (he advantage' of giving
nil the (Hulled a etetllilng a n-ell a
a wahlng. Any little germ loafing
round on theao dlhna come to un early
dnth, due to the heat.
Miowcr bath are provided for the
rook and other for the waiters und
there are aeparate lo ker room. The
chnf ha the illRtilty of a private room
all to hlmnrlf with evwry convenience.
There are aleo In thl wonderful kitchen
liver (leaning room. The keeping of
the ll verm ie In pntle condition I In
ltelf n big Job.
Operated hjr KleelrlcK) .
The power to run practically every de
vlie In the kitchen 1 electric.
Fuel need Is gas, coke and coal, the
being used In varlou kind oil cooking
wherever they are bent adapted.
There la a creamatory for tha garbage.
Heveral other kitchens are located In
the hoiel. One of thee adjoin the grill
and Unreached by a flight of stairs down
frnm the main kitchen.
Another Is practically a aervlng room
adjoining the banquet hall and private
Altogether It I certainly a kitchen
thnt will delight the heart of mondeur
le rher a a well lighted atudlo would
delight the heart of au artlat
Room Tariffs at
To Be Reasonable
Room tariff at the rontenelle hotel
as published will be alike on all floors.
That l, a room on the third floor, for
example, will rent for the same price aa
a room of the same sice and location
on the ninth floor. All rooma hava pri
Room with shower bath, not facing
street, will rent at 13 a day for one per
son; W a day for two.
Certain larger rooms with ahowera or
tub baths, not facing street, will rent at
12.60, and 13.99 for one and two persona,
JV room with bath, facing the street.
wtU rent at 13 a day for one person aad
$4.60 a day for two.
Larger rooms facing the street will
rent at 33.50 and $3 a day for one irson
and two persons, respectively.
Corner rooms will be 34 and 3e a day
for one person and two, respectively.
Rooms with two bed and a batt will
rent at M. 35 and 36.
Corner suites, comprising sitting room.
bedroom, private hall and bathroom will
rent at 110 a day for either one or two
ample rooms will rent at $5 W up. ac
cording to slse and location.
Gaston and Arabel to Have
Best of Care and Attention
Big Electric Signs
On Top of New Hotel
The lectrto alga aa the world under
stands It nowadays Is a thing apart and
aeparaU from tha building at which It la
But electric aura nowadays are as
much a necessity to a big hotel as win
dows and a roof. ,
. Aad se the electrlo sign of tha Fonte
aeUe is built right In with tha roof. It
It a part of tha plan of tha building. It
la there to atay.
Look up at It and see.
It U ao built that It harmonises with
the gable roof of tha French chateau
style of architecture.
The word ' Hotel Fontenelle" tand
there. In glgantlo letters, one sign facing
south, the other eait
By day they are distinctly outlined
agalnet the ekyllne. Hy night they are
four blailng word of electricity, read
able from a great dlatanoe. .
"Ah, eet will be of e real plalelr to
work in re Hotel Fontenelle wl such
grand urioundlnn and convenience for
T.n necessity and amuetn"nt of e em
ploye." It wa (iaston, one of the waiter whi
poke. He had Jut looked ever the re
creation and ret room, the dining rooms,
the bed rooma which are provided for
him and hi fellow In the new Fon
tenelle. "Ach, dl Im der het vat I baf aeen
yet." said Adolph, who Is a 8wls. "It
Ik Indeed grand. I know ve shall here
be content happy. I'nd ven a man is
content he doe hi goot vork. So Goethe
ay. Ho I aay. Ye, It lj goot."
Indeed, such care tins been taken to
provide for the comfort, convenience and
health of the help a haa been taken In
no other hotel In the country- So say
tho men who have looked them over nnd
many of whom have been in numeroua
hotel and are familiar with the good and
Here we find big airy, llglit dining
room for the varlou claca and sexes
of the great army of employe.
There I a men' dining room and a
women's dining room for each of several
classes of help.
There Is another dining room for their
over officer, those who are their au-
There Is a kitchen and a staff of cooks,
waiters, flunkeya and others entirely
separate and distinct from the cooks,
waiter, flunkey and othera that cook
and serve 'the meals to guest.
There are big recreation, rest and read
ing rooms for the men employes and the
same for the women employes.
There are toilet rooms and bath rooms
galore for tha various clsiaea of help.
There is even a barber In constant at
tendance In the men's department whose
duty it will be to give Gaston and
Adolph and all their companion ahaves
when they need It.
Nom d'un aoml Also-Sacra bleu and
Saprintl. but would it not be or a dis
Kracefulnea if a waiter in such hotel
should appear In the reRtauiant or cafe
without the cloacRt of ehave. Loe It
not hor-ify to contemplate, nionnicur? ,
Then let u not contemplate. L,ct u
leave It to the burlier who doubtless
knows hi biiRlne and understands his
duties wltU regsrd to Gaston, Adolph
In charge of the women's tiedrooms Is
a maid whore duty It Is to make tha
bod and keep everything clean and ship
And auch nice, large airy rooms were
iwtv wrrr-n iy fiiniUB IJtMUI, Uf Ml 1CB1
noi occupiea Dy mem ror tneir very own.
Only two of them abide In each room
and each has her own bed. And there
are ample bathing facilities.
"The two big thing that we ore going
the most ekllled employe for every de
partment of the big hostelry snd you
nmy rest aured that, having secured
them we are going to keep them at their
very highest efficiency. Puch a service
will Boon mske 'Itself felt ami will bo
thoroughly appreciated by patron of the
Oood-bye." " Hartforl
The ike of Manchester, whnee "edu
cational mo vlr" enterprise hna Just com
to grief, I well liked In New Vork and
Newport for hi good humor nd wit.
"Manchester." en Id a New York banker
the other 1y. "I mor of a eucce aa a
wit than a a businrc man.
"At the hotel Manchester waa bored ona
afternoon by a chap who wanted to In
terest him In a noninf Inmmable film thttt
would mske a good ide line for the edu
"Manchester listened politely to the film
promoter fur about two hours. Then ho
row, frowned at a man nerrby who wa
Btretchlng and yawning, and said:
" 'Hush! Another time and place. We
' How's your son, the young lawyer, d"-
i'n"Flrt rate. He did well from the very
"Admitted to tne Par oniy a year a .
"Mut have built up a practice very
"Ye, indeed. He had tw o ' client lt
month. That right. Regular client.
Itenldes. he'a secretary of the l nlted
Commercial clnh. consulting attorney of
the HcUworB Grinder affiliation, Jcg.ij
referee of the Fight Fan' brotherhood
and general counsel of the Consolidated
Melon trust. Ye, Indeed. And he's a
notry public, an assistant Janitor, and
troche the latest dance on the Bide.
Ye, indeed. The legal profession Is the
Ideal place for him." Cleveland Tlain
Alamito Dairy Products! )
Used at ' Fontenelle Hotel
26th and Leavenworth Streets
to strive tor In the Fontenelle will be
cleanliness and ervcc," Bald 'William R.
Durbank, president of- the operating '
company, "and we cannot have these i
without giving our employee every I
facility for clean and comfortable living!
4 V, .. Thl. , . , I
,.,i-,ii.T- , trwf 4 ,im r going IU UO B
It has, perhaps, never been done before
In any other hotel.
"All these pleasant rooms, these ample
and up-to-date bath rooma for employes,
the barber for the men, the maids for the
women, the rest room, reading and re
creation rooms, all are designed to meet
the reaulrement of servant and em
ploye, to minister to their iihy.iii.tf a"nd
mental need in their hours off duty so
that they can be fit physically and In
proper mental frame to give the very
beat service to our guests during their
hours on duty. '
"You can't get high grade service out
of a low grade . servant. A low grade
servant Is frequently low grade merely
because he doesn't have proper hours,
proper food, proper bathing facilities.
This ha all been provided to tho super
lative degree In the Fontenelle.
"Wa hava scoured the country to get
die FUG A
Guaranteed Havana Tobaccos. Made in Bond Under Government Inspection.
Faced With Hy-Tex Brick
The Hy-Tex Line Hat a
Brick For Every Purpose
Let Us Show You Some of the Wonderful New
L CIGAR STAND
Hydraulic Press Brick Company
1302-3 Woodman of World Building
Other Hotel Faced With Hy-Tex Erich '
gtotbam Heiel. Kaelbaeh Hotel,
Mew Turk aty. aaaas OUy.
S:acktae Hotel. Beys! Aleaaatrla Hotel. Clayaoel Hotel.
Chicago. Kuatreei. Que. XaAlavaapoUa.
atlera Hotel. Palace Hotel. .
Colored Ipriar- Saa fraaolse.
will be the finest in this part of the country. The fixtures
are the very best that the market affords and are in har
mony with beautiful7 interior ; decorations of the hotel.
THE WORLD'S FINEST CIGARS
will be the only brands handled at this stand and you are sure
to find your favorite smoke in our extremely large stock.
NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS and
MAGAZINES FROM ALL PARTS
OF THE COUNTRY
will be found here and of the latest issue that fast mails
THE CHOICEST OF CANDIES
from the country's most prominent manufacturers may
also be obtained hero. Always fresh.
everlasting is what we intend to give our patrons. Only
experienced salesmen will be employed. For the past
fifty years we have been serving the wants of thousands on the trains and at
the stations of the Union Pacific Railroad System, and at the Union Depot,
Omaha, in a manner which must necessarily be satisfactory to permit the
long endurance of our business. We also operate the cigar stand in the
Omaha National Bank Building. '
BARK ALOW BROTHERS
News Company -;- -:- Omaha, Neb.
Established in 1878
Gravel Roofing on This Building
Furnished by National Roofing Co.
OMAHA, NEB. v Branch, Sioux City, Iowa.
Will Use '
BXCL US I VBL Y
in the Bakery Dept.