The Baltimore

Mix two tablespoonfuls of grape syrup and one tablespoonful of vanilla syrup. Add one egg. Shake well; strain into a glass one fourth full of cracked ice, and add two spoonfuls of vanilla ice cream. Shake well and fill up the glass with milk.

Gotham Grape

Put into a glass two tablespoonfuls of grape syrup and four tablespoonfuls of grape juice. Stir well and fill up the glass with soda water.

Victory Grape

Add the juice of one lemon to six tablespoonfuls of grape juice. Break in an egg and add powdered sugar to sweeten. Shake well and strain into a glass one fourth full of cracked ice. Add soda water, using the syphon.

Grape And Raspberry

Mix together two tablespoonfuls of grape juice, two tablespoonfuls of pineapple syrup, and one tablespoonful of raspberry syrup. Add a teaspoonful of lime juice and two teaspoonfuls of lemon juice. Put in a tablespoonful of cracked ice and fill up with carbonated water. Decorate with a sprig of mint.

Grape Cobbler

Put two tablespoonfuls of grape juice into a small glass with a little cracked ice and fill up the glass with ginger ale. Serve with straws.

Grape And Pineapple

Mix two tablespoonfuls of pineapple syrup and four tablespoonfuls of grape juice. Add soda water and pour from glass to glass to blend thoroughly, using the syphon at the last.

Griscom Cooler

Mix two tablespoonfuls of grape juice, one tablespoonful of raspberry syrup, and one tablespoonful of orange syrup, with the juice of half an orange. Pour into a glass half full of cracked ice and fill up with soda water. Stir with a spoon and put a sprig of mint in the glass.

Concord Favorite

Put two tablespoonfuls of grape syrup into a glass with a little shaved ice. Stir well and add a ladleful of vanilla ice cream. Fill up with soda water, and sprinkle with a little nutmeg or cinnamon.

Midsummer Cheer

Put two tablespoonfuls of lemon syrup, and two tablespoonfuls of grape juice into a glass with a large spoonful of orange water ice. Shake well, and fill up with soda water. Garnish with a slice of lemon or orange.

Grape Royal

Put two tablespoonfuls of grape juice, one half tablespoonful of lemon juice, and one half table-spoonful of orange juice into a tall glass, half filled with cracked ice. Add two teaspoonfuls of powdered sugar. Stir well, and fill up the glass with ice-cold water. Garnish with a slice of orange or a piece of lemon peel.

Grape Cooler

Add the pulp and juice of one large grapefruit to one quart of grape juice, and one half cup of sugar. Mix well, put in punch bowl with plenty of cracked ice and a bottle of Apollinaris or Seltzer.

Grape Juice Rickey

Fill a glass one third full of cracked ice and pour over the juice of one lime. Add a table-spoonful of plain syrup, fill half full of grape juice, and add clear cold water or Seltzer. Decorate with slices of lime.

Grape Eggnogg

Beat one fresh egg until very light, add one third cup of grape juice, one teaspoonful of powdered sugar, and stir briskly. Then add one quarter of a cup of milk, stir again, pour into a glass with cracked ice, and sprinkle with nutmeg.

Grape High Ball

Place a small piece of ice in a glass, fill half full with grape juice, and add cold water or Seltzer. Stir well and serve.

Grape Nectar

Make a syrup of one pound of sugar and one half pint of water. When cool add the juice of four lemons, and a quart of grape juice. Put on ice to chill thoroughly and serve with Apollinaris.

Grape Juice Delight

Bruise several sprigs of mint in a glass and half fill with cracked ice. Pour in enough grape juice to fill the glass and decorate with sprigs of mint. Serve with straws.

Egg Grape Juice

To one well-beaten egg, add the juice of one lime, and one teaspoonful of powdered sugar. Pour into a tall glass half full of cracked ice, and fill with grape juice. Stir well, and serve very cold.

The Bangor

Add the juice of one lemon to two tablespoonfuls of grape juice, break in one egg, and add two tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar. Shake well, strain into a glass, and add carbonated water. Decorate with a slice of orange and a cherry.

The Nassau

Mix two tablespoonfuls each of grape syrup, orgeat syrup, and sweet cream. Add one egg. Shake, and strain into a glass one fourth full of cracked ice. Fill up with cold milk.

Imperial Grape Egg

To eight tablespoonfuls of sweet cream and four tablespoonfuls of grape juice, add one egg and about three tablespoonfuls of shaved ice. Sweeten with a little sugar and shake thoroughly. Strain, and serve with straws.

Niagara Egg Shake

Break an egg into a shaker and add two tablespoonfuls each of vanilla syrup, grape juice, and sweet cream. Add cracked ice and shake well. Strain into a glass, fill up with cold milk, and put a few gratings of nutmeg on top.

Maryland Shake

Break one egg into a shaker, add the juice of half a lemon, four tablespoonfuls of grape juice, four tablespoonfuls of ice-cold water, and two teaspoonfuls of powdered sugar. Shake well. In a tall glass place a layer of cracked ice, a layer of pineapple sherbet, and a layer of grated pineapple. Pour over the strained fruit juice and garnish with mint.

Hot Grape Juice

Mix two tablespoonfuls each of grape juice and lemon syrup with enough hot water to fill a glass.