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French Cook - TEE FRENCE COOKS' BALL. DANCING IN THE ACADEMY,...
TEE FRENCE COOKS' BALL. DANCING IN THE ACADEMY, AND AJT ARTISTIC ARTISTIC EXHIBITION IN TRYING HALL. The sixteenth annual ball of the Soddta Culinaire Phllanthropique attracted several thousands thousands of ladies and gentlemen to the Academy of Muslo and Irving Ball last evening. evening. The exhibition of the Frenoh cooks' works ot art in the. latter place was said to have been tbe finest ever seen in this City. There were contributions from tbe Metropolitan Hotel, Westminster, Clarendon, Everett House, Fifth-Avenue Fifth-Avenue Fifth-Avenue Hotel. Albemarle, Astor House, Grand Central Hotel Victoria Hotel, Gilsey House, Union League Club, University Club, Turf Club, Hanover Flat, Dehnonloo's. Brevoort, St. James, St Nicholas Club, Merchant Hotel, Grand Union Hotel, St. Denis. Wellington House, Bristol House, Unlon-Sauare Unlon-Sauare Unlon-Sauare Hotel, Grosve-ner Grosve-ner Grosve-ner House, Hoffman House, Brunswick, and from Bralefer. John Fraeser. Bertrand, G. Waehlay, Ber-naud, Ber-naud, Ber-naud, MarlsL T. Weber, Purcelle, Maretti, Mounet, E. Brubaus, J. J. Astor, and Buerden. Among the princlpat pieces were "The Four Founders of the Universal Union of the Art of Cooking," from the Metropolitan Hotel; "St Antoine and His Friend," from the Westminster; "The Basket of Abundance." from the Fifth-Avenue Fifth-Avenue Fifth-Avenue Hotel: "Gambrinus." from the Albemarle Hotel: "Hunting and Fishing," from the Astor House; "The King of tbe Desert," from the Brevoort House; "The Old Oak" and "The Traveler." from tbe Union League Club, and "Tbe Lyre of Harmony," from tbe Brunswick Hotel. On the various committees are the following well-known well-known well-known ehf: F. Fere, L. Cupplnger. A. Caron, A. Hirtzler, E. Hederer, J. Duraud, Charles Roux, Sebastien Michel, Pierre Caron, Charles Lalouette. Edouard Mauduit Louis Ragot Jean Michel, J. B. Plnard. George Conrad, Pierre iieuciair, ttenri uugnes, Augusts aioine, j&igene Cbaix, Smile Tardlvel, Antoine Dufour, En-gene En-gene En-gene Meroier, Adolph Stempel, Charles Gorlu. Just Lallemand, Emile Bittler. Marius Foueard, Joseph Burck, Charles Coutelot Paul An got Gustav Nouvel. Charles Ranhoffen, Charles! Chenu, Hildebert Vivien. Chretien Chretien Menzel, Adolph Wurth. Joseph Pacteau. Fran cis Lesourd, AiDert rjaer, jutes weoer, cnaries Muller, Jean Gaspard, Auguste Straucb, Etienne Brubaus. Alfred Fels, Joseph Vivler, Joseph Klein, Francois Bergat Emile Siegrist George Weber, Jo seph B. Peyroux, Eugene MebL Felix Delle. and Gustavo Feraud. Mr. camovito, tbe steward of the Union League Club, and the stewards of all the hotels and clubs aided in making the occasion most enjoyable to the guests. The proprietors of ail the principal hotels, many well-known well-known well-known club men. politicians, and others were in attendance. Tbe boxes and galleries of the Academy were decorated decorated with American and French nags. Max Schwab was tbe director or tbe orchestra, Dano-ine Dano-ine Dano-ine was begun at 11 o'clock. The supper, which was snob as French cooks only Know how to prepare, prepare, was served in Irving Hall, and was the feature feature of the night

Clipped from The New York Times08 Feb 1882, WedPage 5

The New York Times (New York, New York)08 Feb 1882, WedPage 5
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