The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 18, 1902, Page 11, Image 11
-ysf..ft iw'Va?W' "t w "iT(-.'3iwwTTi. r- rev-'R7WifT 'S'W, -s vinrTt!"'..s.jj(B .flw.-v- tmw!VT"Pll9l)P,n''rw'f' ' i' i THE SCRAOTON TRlBUNl3-SAl,UJ.tDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1902, 13. , . 4.4. 4.4,4. 4. 4"t 4' 4' 4-4 J -' . ,wH'Rwrvi(WKr - f L DOMESTIC SCIENCE. In looking nvoi1 tliu Imiifoliolil i'X ioiiniM to s' whole u HitvhiEt ami liu cITot'UMl, llic fiiol 1)111 III these lati-r Ohvh Ih Hie lli'ft tliliiK t" 1 oimslilrVctl. I'lnpiiv tlio litiiiHulioWtoi who liml Ills coul ink In early In tlio houhoii. lint ho In ono mini In H million. AW, the. viihI iii-my, or unfoi'luniitoD, tniwl now limit our oiiitkIoh towuril imtklug Wllrtt WO 01111 ROt KO H fill" IIM It Will For tho liltohoii. thi'fo la nothlliK ho .any to fine for. nnd ho dellRlUtnlly t-uny to cook with iih u Rood riis nuiRo. No unIios to ills out, no coul to Iiir fitful tho follur. no kindling In look itftor, or wood-box lo lilt. No Iomr wnlt Tor tlio ovou to lirnt or III e lo "coino nil." In llvo minutes from lh lime you ro In thu kltohoii your tu kottlo will lio hIiirIiir, nnd In ton inliHllr-M your ovou or tirollor iivo hot nnd loudy for work. Hot what for those who llvo whoro tlioy oiin't h.-ivo riis, or wlioro the cook Hlovo Irt iimoiI lor liriitliiK iur lioses? I tore uiv norm' wiivh In which they run ccnnomlzf In tho use of coul. In tho first plnoo, never ntlow the uslies to roiniilu in tho iish n.iti to uh Mirb tho lieul. Never imck the coul In tho stove. It should not coino uhovo the lop of Iho llnliiR of Mm lire box. Never stir 11 limit coul lire on top. Hoe that the ttimiRhlH are iilwnys closed whoii not In use, unci If neoos sur.i, Irave !ho covoni hnlf off. Ar iiiiirp to li.no the linking and 1 1 onliiy done on tho cumo day, so m to utilize all Iho heat. See that all Iho ashes are slflcd. and every p,rtlolo of cin der saved, V mlsht learn sonic thliiRH from the Wench housekeeper In this regit ril. for If after a mnitl tho have a sIiirIo handful of coal left II Is spilnkleil with water, taken out and saved for tho next time. In the tenement cooking olawses In New York tho children are taiighr. when there Is a scarcity of fuel to put u lirlrk, crosswise In tho llrohox of Iho stove imd make the lire In this little, compartment. Many people are IiorIuuIiii; lo use charcoal now for tirollliiR. In default of the small basket Moves that come on purpose for charcoal, any ordinary range may be used. Take off one of the covers neur tho firebox, open tlio draught, and build a little 111 o direct ly on top of the oven. As soon as It Is well started close the draughts. In eight minutes there will be a lirlulit scarlet glow, ami steak, chops or llxh can be broiled directly over the clear heat. AVhen there Is a Waukiln sieve or fireplace use your old newspapers or pamphlets In lieu ol so much coal. Twist the paiier up tightly so thai it will burn slowly. Fire sufficient to heut Hie dining room for breakfast or the. bedroom for retiring can be pro vided by the use of these paper 'fag ots" alone. Do not tear the paper hi pieces, but us.e a whole newspaper for one "slick." An occasional stuffed beefsteak or "mock duck," us II Is sometimes called, gives a welcome variety to tio menu when a "plain cook" provides for the household. Combined with oysters II is especially good, though it is palatable with any "stuffing." To prepare it, buy two or three pounds of thick steak from tho upper side of tho round. If you have a butcher who knows his business, get him to cul a "pocket" in thu sleuk large enough lo hold the dressing; otherwise roll the stoning up in the steak, binding it with twine or narrow strips of cotton cloth and securing the cuds so the contents will not hurst out. Tho dress ing may be plain or combined Willi chestnuts or oysters. For a two pound sleuk a cupful of bread crumbs, well seasoned with salt, popper, but ter and a little onion or hot lis will snlllee. Have ready n shallow. Iiroml-bo't-toineil kettle a little Iron Scotch kot- it i ! ! .j. ! .j. ! ! .j. .j. ! . j j. RELIGIOUS NEWS Concluded from Pago in. church, will preach at both crvlecs. Sunday school at 12 in.: Voting People's Society of Christian Kndeuvor at li.no p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.ir o'clock. Seats free. F.vorybody welcome. Rraneh church. Hose house, Tripp park Rally Day. Services at 11 a. in. and 7.;:o p. in. Henry Curdew will preach at both services. All scholars of the Sun day school are expeevted to answer 1o their iiunies at the morning service. Pray er meeting, Thursday at 7.1." p. m. EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. Knsllsh Evangelical Lutheran Church of thei lloly Trinity, corner Adams ave nilo and Mulberry streets, Uev, 13. F. Hitter, A, M pastor. Services, lu.::o a. in. and 7.i!0 p. in.: morning subject, "The Nobleman's Sou Mealed"; evening sub Jeut, "ICuterlng Into Other Men's La bours"; Sunday school. 1 in,; Luther i.ongue, U.43 p. in, Seals free. All wel come. Fantastic Y"TfrtO stories nave llU been written of l V. magic mirrors in p Y winch the future I v was revealed, If l ci, .I. f till,, MntfA possible many a bright - faced btide would shrink from the revelation of her self, stripped of all her loveliness. If there is one thing which would make a woman shrink from marriage it is to see the rapid physical deterioration which comes to so many wives. The cause is generally due to womanly diseases. Lost health and lost comeliness are restored by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription. It cures irregular ity and dries weakening drains. It heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness, "It ii with the greatest pleasure that I tell you what Dr. l'iercc's Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Medical Discovery' have done for me," writes Mrs, l!muia I., ilaukea. of 1933 North 7th Street, HarrUburif. I'a. 'VTIiey have done me a world of good. 1 had female weakness for six years; tomclimes would feel so badly 1 did not know what to do, but 1 loiiud relief at last, thank to Dr. fierce for hit kiud udvice. 1 have this medicine btill in my house aud will always keep it." It you are led to the purchase of "Favorite Prescription" because of its remarkable cures' of other women, do not accept a substitute which has uone of these cures to its credit. Free. Tit, Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Or for cloth-bound volume send 31 stamps. Address Dr. U. V. Pierce, Iluffalo, N. V. V-WCrr5 V t Menu for Sundau, Oct .19 t 4 ituPAk'PAsr T 1 linked Sweet Apples and Uveiltii .' Oro-I'rnto. Codnsh llnlls. T L'ornmciil (Icmn. f Coffoo X OliNNIiK. Siirillnos. T Olives and tladlshos. f Itlnolc Henn Soup. T Slurred niiictish. .,,,,. . f nuked 1'otiilocn. f Halted Tomatoes. I'nlilintrn Snhld. lirle CheeHo, I'ruckors. t'limpkln I'lc. Mocha Colfoe. 4 -f -f 4 c'leumed l'otutoos. f Cold Sliced Mock Duck. Chill Sauce. Uiikid (ililnces with J Whipped Creiim. 4 Ice Cream Cuke. 4- Cnroa, 4- 4 4- 4-M. 44444--M-444 44444444 tie Is host-In which n slice of pork Ulld a llltlf rat or ocet lias iieuu ini-u ctlsp. Take out tho ports and put In the roll, turning It until well browned. Add u half pint of water nnd it little salt. Cover closely and simmer slow ly lor two hours. Add more water It It shows hIriii of drying out. t'nwlnd the string carefully, and lay the roll on a hot platter. Thlckon the gravy with u little iloiir-iir the Hour la browned It gives a i loiter colorl-inld a teiiHpoonrnl of 'Woicester-iliire. sauce. If von like the taste, and pour over the roll. GiirnlMt with a little parsley, and servo, cutting In slices tluoiigh tilt; roll. This is enunlly nice heated over the next day. or Is delicious served cold with parsley. lieersleak left over should never be thrown away, as It can be utilised In n variety of ways. If thick and lean, It makes a nice sandwich or helps out the platler of cold meat for tea or luncheon, by slicing with it very sharp knife Into tho thinnest of slices, like roast beef. If you prefer It as a hot dish, try this method or preparing II : Mince line, nnd Tor each cup or meat add it tablespoonrul of chopped ham mid halt as much bread crumbs as von have meal. Moisten the-crumbs with a. little hot milk and add to the meat. Season lilghtly with salt, pep per and chopped parsley, or substitute a little sago or onion juice for the parsley. Ucnt one egg light and add to the other Ingredients. Take a piece of fresh brown paper and butter well, or greiue with olive oil. Place the meat mixture In the mid dle or tho paper and shape It Into a brick-shaped loaf. Fold the paper about the meat and over the ends, as when doing up a panel, trimming thu ends' under the loaT so that it will not reii nliv tying. Place the parcel In a linking pan and pal It In a hot ovou. Hake for twenty-live minutes. Then carefully remove the pjiprn from the meal and place the browned loaf upon a heated platter. Pour a to mato sauce .upon It or serve with a horseradish sauce. llors-eradlsh sauce Is one of the best relishes to servo wllh beef. Theie are several ways of making It, hut here are two that are specially delicious: To two tablespoonfuls of freshly grated horseradish allow the same quantity ot bread crumbs from 'which the crust has been taken. Pour over these four tablespoonfuls of cream and let them stand until tlio crumbs have softened and taken up the cream. Rub the mixture through a sieve, add a sultspoon of salt, a half tenspoonful granulated sugar and Just n tiny dash of mustard. Mix well with tho radish and add two tablc spooufulH of vinegar. Aiuilhi r sauce is made in tills way: j. ! j. ! J ! ! ! $ ! ! ! ! flruce Evangelical Lutheran church (general synod), corner of Mulberry street and I'rescott avenue Rev. Luther Hess Waring, pastor. At P..",0 a. ni Sunday school; l(i."0 a, in.. Divine worship, with sermon; 7 p. 111.. Voting People's Society of Chrlstlun Kndeuvor: '."0 p. 111., evening worship. At till- service, the pastor will give an address on "Lutheran Church Lire and Work," as he saw it in Ger many. Nvorybody welcome. Zion's Lutheran churc.li. 22U Mlfllln ave nue Rev. A. O. Uallcnkamp, pastor, morning service lUcrmaul. I0.:i0. subject, "Does Your Faith Increase in Times ot Trouble"; Sunday school, 2 p. 111. Ger man Saturday school every Saturday In the church basement, from 11 to l-Mii-structlon for confirmation class. Saturday at 1 p. m.; Knsllsh evening service. ","() p. in,, subject, "What Keeps l'p the Kolatlouhlp Hotween Clod und .Men." Scuts flee. All welcome. MISCELLANEOUS. Calvary Reformed chiireh, Monroe ave nue uud Gibson street Rev. Million L. I'Tror, pits tor. Service ut 10.30 a. m, and "."0 p. m.; Sunday school, 11. ;!U a, m,; Christian Kndouvor, 7 p. in. Prayer meeting, Friday at s p. m. Seats free. All Soul's I'niversallrtt church, T'lne direct, between Adams and Jefferson ave nues Row Thomas U. Payne, pastor. Divhio services, with sermon, ut l"."0 a. in., subject, "Peace, Sweet Peace": S1111 duy school ut 1 in. Seats free. Slrnu Bi'lN cordially welcomed. llellevuc Welsh Calvlnlstlu Methodist church Itcv. William Davles, pastor. Service? during the week us follows; Weli.li sermon tomorrow at 10 11. in.' class mooting. ll.:so 11. in.: Sunday school. 2 p. m,; KnglUh senium, u p. m.s prayer liieelhig, Monday evening at 7.S0; Voting People's Society of Chllstlun Kndouvor inei ting. Tuesday evening ut 7.110, Ade line Williams lo lead, William Davles to iiildrt'ns. Mrs. Itov, William Davles' lllble class, Wednesday evening at 7.:. CliiSf meeting, Thursday evening at 7.X Meeting of Hihllcal und Literary society, Friday evening at 7. Gospel hall, .'.ill Lackawanna avenue Sabbnth school at 12.15 p. in. Mr. Alrleh will preach ut 7.0 p. 111.. uud ulso con duct 11 meeting on Mondity evening at 7.13 o'clock, for the study of the lesson and studies In Iho bok uf Itomuus. All arc welcome. Gospel Tabernacle church, .lolTcrsiin avenue, Dunmorc Rev. Juines LcLliinuti, pastor. Sunday preaching at 1U.U0 a, 111., by Row Howard Smith, of Africa. Tho assistant pastor, Chirenco II. Clirlsman, will spcalt In the evening at 7.:'.0; llihlo school ut 12 m.i Voting People's meeting at B. ::o p. 111. Tuesday, Christian and Missionary Alliance, meeting., 2,oii and 7.30 p. m. Xlon I'ulted Kwingellrnl church, ll.i) Ciipouso 11 venue Roy. J. W. Messhiger, pasiur. Preaching at 10.:i0 a. in, and 7.f0 11. m. At 10.S0. by George U. Sun born of tho rtespue mission, and at 7.S0 by Hew Snilih, missionary from Soudun. Sunday school, iUO a, 111.; Junior League Christian Kndeuvor, I p. in.; Keystone League Christian Kndeuvor, G.SO p. m. All K'iit free. Kverybody welcome. First Pilmltlve Methodlat church. Green Ridge Hew G, Lees, pastor. Ser vices ut lo.'JQ u. 111, and 7 p. 111. Morning subject, "Vcars Wiped Away"; evening subject, "Thumbs uud Toes, or Wrong Reiiulted." Sunday schuol at 2."0 p. 111. All aro welcome. Plymouth Congregational Church Tho Lord's supper will bo administered at 10.30 a. m. Preuchiug ut 7 p. m. Subject of the sermon, "Awako Out of Sleep." Sunday school at 12 m., and at Shuriuuit uvciiuo at 2,15 p. in. Prayer meeting at 7.13 i., Thursduy. Rev, T. A. Humphreys, pastor. Moisten two tiiltlcspoonrtils freshly Rrntcd liorserndlsli with il llttto vino-, gar or lemon Jilloo. Add ono lirnplliK tenspoonful of siiRiir, h hulr tenHpoon ful of salt and halt n tcaspooiifut of drv mustard, Mix well together, and Just before serving stir III three table spoonfuls of whipped cioum thul Ii.im been well drained. For stuffed tomatoes lurge. smooth, Ilrm rrull Is rcnulred. Slleo oft tho stein portion and scoop the soft part out with a spoon, leaving a clip formed tomato ease. The stttfllng may vary according lo what ono Iiiih on bund, us any cold meat may bo uti lized hi the dressing. A good plain stuffing Is ut seasoned bread crumbs mixed wllh butler and a beaten egg. Flnolv minced parsley, onion, or gar lic arc nil good seasonings, while Par- J. mesau eltccsc nouco 10 ui-cmi viiiiiiu.i and finely chopped ham Is n revela tion to those who have n-ver tried It. Tomatoes slurred with rice make u particularly 'h'appy" combination with jjoi It chops. Select smooth, round rrult nnd cut out or the stem end it piece about the size ot a dollar. With n spoon scoop out the Inside, taking care not lo go too deep, and nil the cavity with the following force-meat: One-hnlt cupful boiled rice, one-half cupful cold chicken or veal chopped very line, u tnblcspoonful of minced onion, browned In a tenspoonful of butter and a little parsley. Season with suit and pepper, udd a wcll beateu egg and fill the tomatoes with the mixture, Smooth over the top, sprinkle with Just it dusting of bread crumbs or add a little of the tomato pulp with bits of butter. Uatto In u moderately hot oven for twenty min utes, putting u little butter In the pan In which thev are baked to prevent burning. Have your pork chops fried or broiled, arrange on a Hot platter .j, with the stulTcd tomatoes nruunn me outside. Pour over tho gravy from both dishes and serve at once. A correspondent asks directions for making tomato soups. Their names are legion, but here are directions for throe which may be depended upon: For an old-fashioned tomato soup, take ono qunrt can of tomatoes, or Us equivalent in fresh tomatoes, and one quart of beet stock. Cook slowly on back of range for an hour. Rub through a sieve. Season with popper, salt, a dash of onion Juice and a lltUo butter. Thicken with a lahlespoonftil of Hour stirred smooth in a llttlo cold water. Stir constantly until It comes to a boll and servo at once. Here Is a good everyday tomato bisque: Roll one quart of tomatoes Willi one quart of water twenty min utes. Strain; add one quart of milk, stirring constantly that it may not curdle: salt, pepper, butter the size ot a walnut and at the last moment a scant half-leaspoonful of soda. Take at once from the lire and serve with croutons. And here Is a lice and tomato soup. To one pint of soup-stock, veal, mill ion or beef, add ono cupful of boiled rice and cook for twenty minutes. Then add one pint of tomatoes which have been put through :i siovo and heated. Cook ten minutes longer, add slowly n libit of fresh milk, season with salt, pepper and a. little chopped parsley. Serve with squares of toast ed bread. AVhen you are ready to run your carpet sweeper over a Turkish rug, feel with your hand to see which way the warp runs, and push the sweeper In the same direction as the warp. Tills is not only much easier, but It takes un the dirt better, and ovens the rough surface of the rug. giving It a silkier effect. If you run the sweeper against the warp It not only fulls to pick up the dirt, but takes out the dust from the sweeper as well. EMMA PADDOCK TI1I.FORD. 3i(ia3aax'$'3''$''ia!aiS'it''it4s HEP0BT FOR SEPTEMBER. Figures Contained in Report of At tendance Officer Joyce. Martin Joyce, attendance officer, has submitted the following statistics to the board of control for September: Kurollmcnt In tho public schools, between i! and li! years of ago 15,111 Enrollment In parochial schools. etc., between 6 and Hi years of age -I.0S1 Knrnllmeut, all ages. In public schools, per superintendent's re port , 17,S Whole number enrolled In tho city, Including 4.0S I In parochial schools. 21,!17i! Number between li and Hi years re gistered In the city , 21, SCO Xo between li and 10 years enrolled In public school-, not registered... ",!W0 Total between 1! and 10 years 23,7l Xiimbor between li! nnd 10 years registered u.02.1 The Kuglish brunches aro taught lujill parochial schools in Serauton. Parochial schools, etc., with enrollments respective ly, as follows: Holy Rosary, William street 7:W St. Mary's Itlver street 13 St. Patrick'-. Jackson street MO St. Patrick's Orphanage, Jackson street 1 120 St. John's, Figll street.,,,,',. 400 St. John's. South M11I11 avenue 220 St. Mary's. Green Ridge 10 School of tho Lackawanna 71 St. Thomas College, Wyoming ave nue 75 St, Ceeellus, Wyoming avenue 211 St. Paul's, Green Ridge ::tS St, Lucia's, Chestnut street ISO Polish Catholic school, South Sldo.. 250 Independent Polish Catholic school, South Side 119 TOO HANDY WITH HIS GUN. Shoemaker from Foster Arrested on Several Charges, Kreuugelo Konlllo, of Faster, 11 shoe maker, created a disturbance yester day In tho house of Patsy Tliulne, ut 911 Robinson street. Ho was arrested on charges of making threats, pointing llro-itrnis, and carrying concealed weapons, and was taken Into custody Just us he was about to take a train for New York, Tlio hearing was held before Alder man Millar, anil the prisoner explained ho was going to New York to meet his son, After furnishing ?900 bat he was allowed to go. The Bacillus of Catarrh .May not, ob yet have been officially dls covered and catalogued; but all thu sumo, It can be hunted down, und absolutely ex terminated with Dr. Ignsw's Catarrhal Powder Tho One Catarrh Cure that cures Ca tarrh, Colds and headache. Dr, Agnew's Ointment relieves eczema In one day. 35 Cents. 3 Sold by Wm. U. Chuk and II. C, San. dcrton. OVERCOATS OF 1E1IM WEIGHT. We've been kept quite busy llie last few days showing the different Overcoat styles. The short "Box." The medium length "Chesterfield," and the long stylish "Paddock" all show the fashion changes of this Fall and Winter season. All reflect our stand ard of designing and tailoring. If you're passing- this way why not try on a coat or two; it s a pleasure tor us to show buy; prices HfiiiJawmrgTMiMcrMgwianjBmBgMBMgaBgg3Bf& r Joyce s A FREE GUESS WITH EVERY 50 CENTS WORTH OF GROCERIES OR MEAT PURCHASED v Directly .after the Great Anthracite Strike was declared, we inaugurated this most novel of contests, and the thousands of estimates on its duration made by patrons amply attests to its popularity. The strike is surely drawing to a close. It may end Monday. Who knows? Interest is at fever heat. Take as a basis for your guess the fact that work ceased at 7 a. m. May 15, 1902, and calculate the probable number of days, hours and minutes between that date and the calling- off of the strike by the Delegates' Convention, which meets at Wilkes-Barre on Monday. Do your Saturday marketing at any of the Joyce Stores and guess as often as you like. fl Three Pack ages for n rerrrr-rmffiiwHi Aunt Jemimas rap cake Flour, The "Atterbury" System of Clothes Making. It makes no difference what time of day you visit our. "Atterbury" Clothirig floor you'll always find enthusiastic customers. Some have proved the benefits of this system of clothes making-, some are here by the advice of friends to find out for themselves. There's no doubting when once this system is explained. The designers' work shows to advan tage. The workmanship and tailoring; appeals forcibly to the man who has patronized the best custom tailors-appeals to every man who appreciates the development of new ideas conceived by master designers of Men's Fashions. We're very anxious to show you two lines of popular priced Suits. ineir styie ana cioin qucim-y uuw watchfulness and care of selection. M 17 Cft Samples in our Show Window . . . 4Av, .pi.V you without urging you to are governed by the quality (T COHPLETE OUTFITTERS. CLOSING DAYtS OF Prize A Hundred Magnetic Grocery and Meat Bargains From Which to Make Your Selections. We Meimiion But Twoj Er-3 Bfcv ffi New y Goods. MM 718720 West Lackawanna Avenue. -v 432 Lackawanna Avenue. 401 Perm Aveuue. wmfflf "wrmrnrnmsummamaai iilll to $25 rW" l,.A.Mvirf PkIM blUJSSMg rraauaMMMi irwFKwrmiSHmrnimam IWMMLUrjJ! KT-K4 BSSa3BSi'aHK8l.V.arjffii I lliill 1 jsp iff en$L ' iYiraiflri?wffiffligrrT!?grQ'"'"'; mmmiu .L i yj22gjy!jg W -..fcifltf. sBfmm. jfrf P fch rTB gnMh wya jRsu bTBI v v r . .