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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1909.
18 Distinctive Style-Highast Quality Those are the features whirh mark our line of vehicles. We have rigs for everybody from the light driving runabouts to the. heavy mountain hacks. It will be a pleasure to show you through the stock, (live us the opportunity. EZRA W. THAYER H ! IIIIIIII1IUHHI11II) II I111I1IMIM1 1H IH H 1 An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the . ; chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. : 28-30 N. Second Ave. , i i Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. In i n i i 1 1 1 1 i n m i n i i m 1 1 1 1 1 n m i i 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! -H-H-!- -H-H-H-I lIlllllIlllMlill I'M-I-l 115 111 DOMESTIC SCIENCE 'HHHH4H'l 1 1 -H-H-H-H-l I'M 1 1' I-H-K-H- BY EMMA PADDOCK TELFORD. Plain food is quite enough for me; Three courses are as good as ten; If Nature can subsist on three. Thank Heaven for three. Amen! I always thought cold victuals nice My choice would be vanilla ice. Holmes. Menu Sunday. BREAKFAST. Red Raspberries Cereal Parsley Omelet . Watercress Baking Powder Biscuit Coffee . -DINNER. - ... Watermelon Cold Boiled Salmon with Lettuce, and Mayonnaise Cold Lamb Roast, with Mint Jelly i Peas in Cmustades I or Cold Asparagus I Lettuce and Tomato Salad Cheese Crackers Plain Vanilla Ice Cream of&t -2 Celebrate The Fourth By doing the Iceless Fountain. That we I make the finest egg drinks and ades is rec ognized by every one who has ever visited the Iceless. Cool Summer Gowns The coolest summer gown is the Lingerie. Proper for any occasion. The swellest line in the city. Something for every taste. FRANCIS Cor.1 2nd & Wash: Sts. With Caramel Sauce Citron Cake Iced Tea Supper in the Garden or dfc the Porch Four Story Sandwiches of White and Brown Bread, Tongue iiiid Cheese Mutton and Currant Jelly Sandwiches Olives Radishes Home Made Ginger Bread and Raspberry Tarts Cold Tea or Lemonade A little extra work on Saturday, anif Sunday may be truly a day of rcr.t- With father and all the boys home on Sunday, possibly the only day in the week when they can be in. for a mid-day dinner, it is cer tainly a good plan to have something extra, good and plenty of it. Com pany, too, is apt to drop in of a Sun day and naturally every housewife feels that her hospitality should be above suspicion. Even so, there Is no need of spending the entire Sab bath over the cook stove. There are few dishes that cannot bo made ready on Saturday and if considered wiser to supplement them with hot tea or coffee, warmed up potatoes or some easily cooked vegetable that need not be more than a half hour's work that can be well attended to after returning from the morning church service. In England the cold dinner is very much in evidence, and with a little forethought easy to get and satisfactory in the extreme. Among the cold dishes admirably suited to the Sjnday dinner or sup per are the following: Boiled Salmon With Mayonnaise. Tie two or three pounds of salmon out from just below- the li ad in a piece of cheesecloth, and put in a saucepan over the fire with enough cold water lightly salted to just cov er it. Add to the water four table spoonfuls jrider vinegar, the juice of half a lemon, two tablespoonfuls tar ragon vinegar, a bay leaf, a sprig of parsley and a liny Chili pepper. Cover the kettle, bring to the boll and cook just 15 minutes very gent ly, however, so as not to break, the fish. Take tb.; kettle from the fire and when the water is nearly cold, lift out the fish and let drain in the cloth for half an hour. Take from the cloth and set in tho refrigerator until ready to serve. Arrange on a platter with a border of delicate white lettuce leaves, pour over it two tablespoonfuls tarragon vinegar or lemon juice, decorate with slices of lemon, quarters of hard boiled eggs, olives or capers, pour over a gener ous quantity of mayonnaise and you will hate a dish at once hearty, yet easy of digestion and roost ornamen tal to look at. At the old Brevoort on Fifth avenue and Washington square, which still retains its reputa tion for the, excellent and attractive service which characterized it in the old days when the Prince of Wales stopped there,' a specialty is made of this dish. As one enters the dining room a buffet most attractively spread, English fashion, with all" sorts of cold dishes, gives a fillip to appe tite and enables each diner to make his .own ' selection. Salmon Mould, ; Where the . fresh salmon is unob tainable, the canned salmon makes a delicious substitute. This, too, should be served very cold on a bed of crispy . lettuce or cress. Drain the, juice from a can of salmon and flake the fish, picking out every particle of bone or skin. Beat two whole eggs lightly, and add to the fish with one cupful stale bread crumbs. Add the juice of half a lemon with sal and J pepper to season and a tablespnonful -hopped parsley. Pack in a well buttered mold nnd steam for two hours. Cool and set on the ice un til ready to serve. ' V-. Chaudfrpid of Salmon. Somewhat similar and equally good for the piece do resistance of a din ner or luncheon during the hot weather, is the chaudfroid of salmon. To make it take one can salmon or anequal amount cold boiled fish, flake removing skin and bones. Mjx in a bowl a tablespoonful flour, a table spoonful each mustard and salt, a few grains cayenne, one egg lightly beaten, a tablesoonful and" a half melted butter, three tablespoonfuls vinegar and three-fourths cup rich milk. Cook over hot water until the mixture thickens like a soft custard. Stir constantly at first and keep close watch to take from the fire as soon as thickened. Add a ta blespoonful gelatine that has been softened In two tablespoonfuls cold water, then dissolved over the tea kettle. Add to the fish mixture and turn into one large mold or indi vidual ones. When ready to serve, turn out and garnish with lettuce or sliced cucumbers as preferred. Serve with mayonnaise, French dress ing or cucumber sauce. Cucumber Sauce. Beat one-half cupful double cream until stiff, add gradually two table spoonfuls vinegar, half a teaspoonful salt and white p?pier or paprika to season. Lastly beat In one cucum ber peeled, chopped and drained, or if preferred a cucumber pickle in place of the fresh cucumber. Eggs in Aspic Jelly. These are a very popular summer dish and not -at all difficult to pre pare. The aspic Jolly is simply meat jelly, beef, veal or chicken seasoned highly with salt, jepper, celery salt and lemon Juice and thickened with gelatine. For eggs or chicken, veaj or chicken stock are used. For tongue or other dark meats, beef stock Is required. The stock is sea soned with vegetables, pepper corn and cloves during its cooking. Then It is strained and to every two quarts of the stock, a box of gelatine that has been softened in cold water is added, together with the whites and shells of two eggs. Then It is boiled hard a few moments until the eggt have entangled the floating particles of scum. Then strain through a cloth. If not perfectly clear, repeat the straining. Add the lemon juice and pour into an oblong granite pan just enough of the liquid to cover the bot tom and let it stiffen. When cold, poach a dozen eggs one by one in rapidly boiling salted water to which a tablespoonful of vinegar has been added. To da this in the French way, .which wraps the white around the yolk like a cocoon, give the water a "hard stir, before dropping in he egg. This gives it a rotary motion. Now drop the egg in carefully at the center of the greatest ebullition, and after a moment's revolving lift the pan to the back of the stove for the egg to cook through. Repeat this process until all are cooked. Now arrange on the stiffened aspic, an Inch or two apart, and turn the rest of the aspic which has been kept over warm wattr to prevent its stiffening over the eggs. The whole layer should be about two inches In depth. When the jelly hardens. It is cut insquares or rounds with an egg in the center of each, and la served on lettuce leaves with a garnish of pimentoes. Moulded Chicken. Cut up a four-pound chicken and put in a stew . pan with two slices each carrot and onion, two stalks cel ery or a teaspoonful celery salt, two sprigs parsley, a bay leaf and a half teaspoonful peppercorns. Cook slow ly until the meat falls from the bones. Cool in the water in which the chick en is cooked. Remove, chop fine, add three-fourths cupful chicken stock and a teaspoonful gelatine softened and dissolved In a little boiling water. Pack In small moulds, chili, cut in slices and arrange on a platter with a garnish of lemon jelly. Frosted Tapioca Pudding. " Soak three table spoonfuls pearl tapioca in cold water to cover, over night or for two or three hours. Tapioca varies In the time required to 'Soften, some kinds softening very quickly. When soft put, in the double boiler with a quart of milk and cook until the tapioca is dissolved and the milk thickened. Beat the yolks of two eggs until lemon colored and thick, add a ha'f cupful sugar and stir in with the tapioca. Cook a mo ment or two longer, stirring all the time, then flavor with orange, lemon or vanilla as preferred and turn Into a gla.ss dish. Now whip the tiltes, of the two eggs.r using a wire beatej, to make a stiff meringue. Add two tablespoonfuls granulated sugar and a little flavoring, then heap up lightly, on the tapioca cream. Set on a board or asbestos mat in a cooli.sh oven un til puffed and colored to a delicate gold. Remove, cool, then set in the ice box until needed. This can be made on Saturday, ready for Sun day's dinner. Just before serving: decorate with red raspberries lr de sired, though it is pretty enough without any additional touches. Vanilla Ice Cream With Caramel Sauce. Put a pint of milk in the double boiler and scald. Beat four eggs light with two cupfuls sugar, pour the hot milk over it slowly then re turn to the double boiler and cook until thickened, to a smooth custard. Cool, flavor with vanilla, add a pint of sweet cream and freeze. , . ' Caramel Sauce. To make the caramel sauce, mois ten a large cupful granulated sugar with a hair cupful water and put the mixture In a pan orer the. fire. Cook until a rich red in color, tip ping the pan so that tho sugar will brown quickly. When well browned, add a cupful boiling water, stir well to dissolve the caramel, than chilL Just before serving add a few drops of vanilla. Pineapple Sauce for Ice Cream A delicious hot pineapple sauce to serve with ice cream is made in this way: Put a cupful of pineapple juice over the fire with a cupful sugar and cook ten minutes. Set the saucepan over a dish of hot water, add the beaten yolks of two eggs and whip until foamy. ' Take from the fire and mix gradually with the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. Serve on the same dish with the cream, taking care it does not stand long enough to melt the cream, or pass in a little pitcher with the cream for each one to help himself. o : Anyone contemplating spending the summer at Flagstaff will find all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. We keep all the Arizona papers on file. J. II. Dona- ' hue. Mgr. r: In Every Department-Bargains i-! 1 $2.25 WOMEN'S GOWNS $1.50 0 H60 WHITE PETTICOAXS SZ85 . , ; You can't overlook this value-grVmg. You never Handsomely trimmed with lace and embroidery, S .,,, althi ti.. , ,hi i.ri,-.. Thev coin round and square low necks, short sleeves A real yj in fun sizes, elaborately trimmed ruffle with lace bargain for Saturday and Tuesday. . S cdsing and insertions. Just think $J.5 ROMPERS 75c The best comfort you can give your child now in this hot weather. Plain blue, pink, red and tan colors, trimmed with white tape, also checked patterns In blacks and white. 75c CHILDREN'S DRESSES 39o The hipless models so? LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS i . widely shown In all the lat- J0 est fashion plates are pro duced by the use of corsets) """t y"u eVcr tKUght like our new RENGO BELT, strictly all Linen Handker wlitch are the very latest V chief for 5(7 If not call and thing in corset tailoring. ( . .. see mesc uiuth o .. . chiefs with i-inh hemstitch. for Made in two models, the stout and tall figure. Price $2.00 5 They're worthy to be seen. (S LINENE AND REPP SUITS Your girl couldn't feel any better than she would 0 in one of these Gingham Dresses and you know you ! The most suitable Suits for traveling. Easy to wash couldn't make them yourself at this price. They're O Hm ron They come ,n coat 8tyle ln pink iight in neat strijies and plain colors in blouse and belt - stve 0 blue, tan, champagne and white at J.jU to Jgj Store Closed All Day Monday. 'THE BEST ALWAYS Store Closed All Day Monday. DEAL AT KELVIN (Contineud from, page 13.) took part in the first ocean sailing race. Mr. Soullard was of French de scent and w'as decorated with the cross of the Legion of Honor. While his great grandfather on his father's side was Chancellor Kent, of New York, whose name is enscrolled in the hall of fame. His statue Is in the congressional library' at Washington. The Kents come from Kent, England, several generations ago. Mr. Kent's great uncle was Washington Irving. Mr. Kent, like his forefathers, is very ambitions, and Is studying mining en gineering and is not out west for his health, but at the present time is studying the milling end of it, as it is done here at the Ray company's mill. , The wagon of the Kelvin Produce company, of Ray and Kelvin, Is kept busy between these two points, as the cold storage is located at Ray. William Ballagh, the manager of the Kelvin shops, left Tuesday for Phoenix, his old home, but will be back in three or tour days, but the shop will not be closed in his ab sence, his place being fille dby Dave Brenlnger, of Ray. A beautiful nioonllght night, char acteristic of Arizona, was taken ad vantage of several nights ago by a party of young people, who rode horse back to Ray and returned. The jolly crowd was composed of Mrs. J. H. Henness, Mrs. H. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Stratton, while ; Mr. and Mrs. Haniman ' and Dr. and Mrs. Brown drove up.."." Mr.'.E. B. 'fcachary, the proprietor of the Kelvin lumber yard, has just returned from the coast, where he spent the time" getting well. He has entirely recovered and Is bark at work in the lumber yard and the bank. James W. Brown is the new night guardian of the mill. S. C. Armstrong and T. H. Butler left on the train today for Seattle, ami the fair. They were b.tn officers In the newly organized fire depart ment of Kelvin. A. J. Long also left todi'y, his destination being California. L. Garesche, the general represen tative of Armour & Company, was in town yesterday selling In large quantities "the ham what am." be sides his regular large line. He de clares business better than ever. ' John F. Osborn, the expert mill man employed by the Ray Consoli dated, made a flying trip to Winkle man Thursday and returned on the same day. Another cottage on Staff House hill is nearlng completion, which makes the fifth in all. They arc modern in every respect, with all the conve niences of a city home, with bath rooms, electric lights and water. They each have a wide passageway running all the way through, making them airy and cool. Robert Banks, an engineer at the mill, has gone to Phoenix to spend the Fourth. The large mercantile company of Henness & Griffin today received a car load of lumber. We regret to learn that A. li Bruce has resigned his position as assistant manager of the Ray com pany and today left for Los Angeles, where jie will Join his family. Mr. Bruce will be greatly missed here, as he was well liked by all and es pecially in church circles. His place has been taken by C. R. Griffin. Rev. L. W. Smith, rector of the Episcopal church in Prescott, Is here for a' few days visiting his brother, D. S. Smith. James Shaw has been promoted ' to purchasing (agent for the Ray com pany, of which his friends will be glad to hear. Traffic was suspended for a few hours Thursday on the Ray Central Copper company's road on account of a pile of rocks that were blown on the track from the blasting. A spe cial was run up from here with a gang of men and the debris was quickly removed, and business was once more resumed. A night crew has been put on bringing ore to the mill from Ray, thus giving the rock men full sway in the day time widening the track. The first rain of the season fell on Frlday."lt only lasted' long enough to lay, : the dust and cool tin atmos phere, hut ' nevertheless" was as wel come as the flowers in May. The third of July" finds everything in "perfect readiness fop the large 4-H llll II It U II lit HI 1 M- II MIUHI'H H"M"I I 1 I 11 I j During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Hackett Mar ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackett Market f 31-33 E? Washington. Phone Main 132 t H IT 1 I 1 I II 1 1 lllll II IHttHllllllllll' SI H I 1 H I I lilt All ABLE SPECIALIST PRE-EMINENTLY SOCC-ESfePUL. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE AND PROGRESSIVELY UP-TO-DATE. Pr. Hibhard's uni form success In cur Im; rhronie diseases has won him an ex tendi reputation. Every ease is rare fully stiniicd and re quirements for spe cial skilled treat ment are thorouelily investigated. There is no guesswork. but absolute knowledge. The latest dis coveries of seienee are applied in tli earing of obstinate and complleated cases which have been thought ineurn ble. DELAY IS DANGEROUS. Are you suffering from some chrouie affection? Make no mistake. Restore your health ami strength before it is too late. Get Expert Medical Treatment. I'rinary. KliliieyT Bladder, special and private complaints treated with prompt and per manent results. The do- tor Is a gradu ate of liana ni. one of the best niedic-at schools in the world". He has had an expenenee of over 110 years and has the complete eonfidenee and full endorse ment of the leading business men ana prominent citizens of the southwest. Consultation Free. Hours 10 to 12 and i 1 to 3. The public will please take notice that Dr. Hihbard has temporarily removed his office to No. 136 West Adams St., corner 3rd avenue. IHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIr iijust Receivedi! ! ! - - - :! A Car Load of NATIONAL li BISCUIT 1 - , I CRACKERS I Hill I 1 U H"I" H-H-l I -H ! H 1-1 III-1 -H-H III ! K M I I It HI 1-f AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY : WE BUY: AND SELL ANYTHING. ' GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. W. VNHUTCHISON & SON 119 North First Ave. 5 :- : 411111 ! 1 H-H 1 1 I"! I"M-1' H-H-fr W ! I I I I I t I I I III li ! Mill Hfr H-H-M"1"M"H '1 KHll 11 1 t H 11 II II I I M U UN U I HI 11 1 H l- CHAS. DOIMOFRIO Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. r T 21-23 W. Washington St. Phons Main 138. H-H ..H-H-l-.H -H "H--W l 1 I M 1 i !! I 1 H-H' M i l I 1 I H -H I 1 I ! I-H HI I H--M 1 I 1 II V 1 t'l1 M 1 I 1 I 1 1 1-i l-H"i--M"M"M"I 1 1 I Hi II U I I 1 T BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE I I SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED T CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. t H-H-H--H 'I1 1 II rill 1' I1 1 H IM I !-l I I H..H..H..W, Ill I 1 I I H I I l i f f I'M'HH 11 I I I M l 1 1 1 1 1 I I I Hi l-H 1 i i ; i l l I t-H-ii l-H Itli W f?flOT) " ' - IT TASTES DIFFERENT where you enjoy the meal. Everything clean and T. TirtTLfp neat. Quick and courteous service. The best Is JUJHULt none too good. nnAirnri YE BEN'S FRENCH KITCHEN. LUUAJJJIU Phone Red 2021. 11 W. Washington St f H I I I I I I 11 I I I I I H I 1 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I H. H 1 I I 1 1 I III I 1 1 1 1 I1"1' I'H1 H 1111 ,.H"r'l"Ki"i"l"H I I I I 1 1 i n-.f. BEST MEATS We carry the best Meats obtainable. We never sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the utmost tare in selecting our Meats. Prompt delivery. Independent Meat Market i Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. I II I II I II H"I"H I I I I II 1 I H-H"i"H"H"l"H I 1 1 1 I 1 I II 1 1 1 I HI ! celebration at Ray tomorrow, noth ing being left undone to make it the biggest day in the history of Pinal county. 8here is ' only one thing to mar the occasion, which we hear at the eleventh hour : and fifty-nintti minute, and that is the inability of the Phoenix team to get rates from the P. & E., which is very much to be regretted, as a large crowd always takes- advantage of the ex cursions here. However, the Flor ence team has been heard from and will be on hand to try conclusions with the Ray team. Hoth teams have been practicing' hard and are in good shape, and there Is no , doubt that a good game will be pulled off. If you want a nice cool newly fur nished room during your stay in Flag staff call on Mrs. Sanderson, north of depot. "VIAVI" representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr. 42. N. Fourth Ave. J Scott's Santai-Peps.n Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammut ion of Citifi of the Blsdder and DiKi Kidney. No cure bo pa Cum qulekly aud Perm nently the worst cats rt Gonorrhoea and Kteet, at matter ol how long stand Ina. Absolutely harmim fold b druggists. Priei $1.00, or bjr rail, postpa UU, 8 boxes W 75. THE SANTAl-PEPSM CO. BCU.IFOMTAIX1. OHIO. Elvey A Hulott. Agenaa LOOK OUT FOR SPECIALS TODAY. This Is the place, sure, to get your meat at reasonable prices. FARMERS MUTUAL PROTEC TIVE ASS'N. 36 North 1st" Ave. AND CAKES All the Fancy :: Crackers and :: Cookies In pkgs Sold I lat Marked! Price on :: , ' :: :: :: PkgS Ask :: JYour Grocer E. S. Vakelin i Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTORS HMMIIIIIIIIItH -H 1 M t IIIHIIIIIIIIII - i laundry . J ' SATISFACTION I X Tha girl from up there," says, x there isn't a collar, cuff, or X ; shirt front laundered anywhere ' , In this country that can com- ) ) ' pare with our laundry work. ' ! PHOENIX LAUNDRY Ji Phone Main 13a mm 1 1 1 1 hiii in in 1 1! ' H-H HH I 1 1 1 1 u HI I H 1 H ! Johnson Sfemsbottom :: hve removed from 22 North i Second Street to J 31 80UTH FIRST AVENUE t where they will be pleased to X meet all old customers and many new ones. 1.' ," t .