Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
MONDAY, MAT 1, 1M
JMWWMWSV WMN' WMMMWMMWMWMWM
IE I II 1 X . V 'it ,."
INEXPENSIVE RELISHES MAKE ANY MEAL
Dinner, luncheon and supper par
ties are much Improved by the little
extra touch In the war of accessories.
Itellsbes (horsd'ouvres) are attrac
tive appetisers, lend an artistic touch
even to a very plain meal. These
accompanlmonti need not necessarily
be made qf expensive vlngredlents,
h the moit ordinary materials at
band, If carefully combined and
seasoned, will prove most, palatable
and savory. Canapes, flsb and
trult cocktails, raw oysters and
clums are used to begin the meal,
while olives, salted nuts, aprlcoi
preserves, celery, etc., are possod
I'oMaible la Pimiartag
Canapes ure attractive and easy to
prepare, and the combinations ana
almost unlimited. The foundation Is
always bread cut In funcy shapes and
used either plain, toasted, sauted In
butter or fried In deep fat.
Tbo prepared piuto Is spread on
the broad or toust, anil a gurnlsh of
nomo kind udded to niako tbo dish
This Kariilsh iny lll) Muffed olives,
tiny balls of cream clincHO, bltH of
lilmoiito cut In ftowor shapes, hard
cooked iKK ylkB pressed tlvrotiKli a
Mleve, Htrlpn of green pcppor;'lu fact,
ulmbut anything your fancy may dic
tate. Servo tlii'HO ranaWH on small
plntoH with dollies, Dessert or rame
kin forks Bhould accompany this
llaw ()NterM mul (Iluns
Served on Shell In Ico
!(w oystorn or damn should be
served on the shell In a bed of shaved
Ice, with a garnish ot quartered
lemon points, or a tiny glass of to
mato, horseradish or other suitable
sauce set In the center of each nlato.
Bmall fancy shaped bread and butter
sandwiches may be passed with thli
r; (. lIMIH
I v .. s At Mi 1 IEIII:-Jf:.ftvt:.4
"Too Good for You, Kitty"
Even children know good coffee.
That's why they drink Folger's
Golden Gate. It's never bitter nor
Different in taste from other coffee
Domestic Science Department
Momrjftr Selene JJrtcHr
Sfttrrjf Flour Ik.
KUh cocktails may be served in
wine or cocktail glasses or In green
popper cups. These cocktails should
be served very cold and should be
waten with oyster forks.
Krult cocktails may be served In
cocktail glasses or long-stemmed
wlno glasses, spoons being provided
for Ibis service.
Kach cocktail glass should be set
on a small plate, A dolly under
each glass greatly Improves the ap
pearance of too table.
Hellshes are often served in dishes
divided In compartments, llko sweet
meat boxes. These dishes have two
or more compartments, each one' con
tulnlng a different relish.
Kor (Vuiaprw 1'rtiffertxl
A few canape combinations are as
none anu masn sardines, season
with lemon juice and Worcestershire
buuco. Cut bread in triangle shapes,
toast or suute and spread with the
sordino mixture aarnlsh with hurd
boiled egg pressed through a sieve or
sour pickles out In fun shapos.
I.olmtir or crab minced fine and
mixed with a Btlff nmyonualne.
Toast rounds of bread, spread with
u Bpooiuui qt tliu mixture ami gur-
hIhIi with Bllced Bluffed oIIvuh.
Cut smoked salmon In thin rounds
to fit broad, emtio broad rounds in
butler, pjuco salmon oii top and gar
nish with white of a hard-boiled egg
cut to simulate u flower, nnd prcsh
tlio yolk through u sieve nnd pile In
Totted or dovll ham spread on
heart or dlamond-Bhnped pieces ot
frlod bread, aarnlsh with strip of
pimento and hard-boiled egg.
Spread rounds of bread with soft
ened cream cheese and set a slice of
fresh tomato over it; put thck may
onnaise through a pastry bag with" a
star tube and form a border around
tks tessattv Chmlsb, with tiny ckssse
balls rolled In parsley.
Clam and Oykter
Clams and oysters for cocktails
should be small, fresh and very cold.
Cbcp a aweet red pepper .very fine.
add to one cup of tomato catsup or i
tomato sauce, season with ono tea -
spoonful ot onion juice, a few drops
of Worcestershire aauce and a dash
of Tabasco sauce. It liked highly sea
soned, artuyefralt Cocktail t
Cat grapefr.ult In halves, remove
each section, saving all the juice;
place In t cocktail glasses. Sprinkle
with powdered sugar .and set two or
more Maraschino cherres above the
fruit In each glass. Combinations ot
grapefruit, orangea and bananaa In
equal parts make an acceptable trull
Chill Ourktll Bauer-
Mix one-third cup chill, ono-half
cup thick mayonnaise, one-half cup
cf whipped cream. Add one cup
diced or shredded crab or lobster.
This quantity Is for four persons.
Cut bread in quarter-Inch slices,
then, in trianglos; spread lightly with
French mustard, sprinkle with grat
ed cheese and finely-chopped olives.
T Mold Hplnacli
Take tho hot spinach, turn Into
a buttered mold,' pack firmly, then
turu on sorvlng dish; sprinkle with
tlnoly chopped hnrd-bollod egg. A
custurd cup makes a satisfactory In
PUN TO OPEN
TOKIO, April 19. (Dy Mall).
Plans for thu opening ot direct Hues
of- sailing vcstpls between Chile und
Jnimn now uro being unade by leading
business men of tbo two nations..
With thlH object In vlow a shipping
firm to bo capitalized vat over $1.
000,000, is being promoted with the
Intention to buy or build six sailing
vessels, each ot about 6,000 tons, and
to bo equipped with auxiliary en
Francisco Rtvas, minister of Chile
to Japan, kaa been encouraging tkt
project sine he reached tkbj country
two years ago.
CHICAGO, May 10, Fnt persons
nil over the United Stales are watch
ing with grunt Interest the CO-day
experiment of I)r, John Dill Robert-
i son, city health commissioner. In
ulrlcs nljtwly received hero suggest
. tl.o probability that If the Chicago
j experiment Is successful It may bo
tried In other communities.
J Success reported In tho first week
jwheiiiho nvirnga weight of tho 24,
I women ((imposing the frlst class was
1 reduced by, 3. 9 pounds has prompted
tbo organlrntlqn of other classes In
I this city and altogether mere than
j.200 persons horn aro trying to see
I how rapidly they can regain their
Tho leaders of the fat elimination
contest here avor that the experi
ment can be tried by anyone suffer
ing from a surplus of adverdupols.
Ilcusenable exercise and a strictly
controlled diet constitute two ot the
chief features of the Chicago exper
iment. The dally menus of tho reducing
class ure prepared by Miss Iluth Wil
bur, cf the health commlsslou's'traln
Ing school for nurses, who believes
this supervision of diet to be esstn
jtlol to success. Those ambitious to
I tmoAmjfc all.. n nAtM(ft.l,t ft tl . WA
IU.lUltlU .lit. Ml U V, ,., V ! MM.,
lean meat but ouce a day and pota
.toes are forbidden. If one Is hungry
, between meals Miss Wilbar suggests
that a glass of water will satisfy that
Here Is a .typical menu prepared
!by Miss Wilbar for one day:
Ureakfast Ono medium apple, one
egg, one slice of toast, one cup of
coffee with one and a naif table
spoons of skimmed milk Instead of
I 10:20 a. m. One-half cup of
bouillon with one cracker.
Luncheon Medium serving of
lean cold roast beef; two thin slices
lot rye bread; lettuce and cottage
'cheese salad; two and one-bait table-
'spoonsful of French dressing; tea
,lth lemon; one cracker.
j Dinner Large serving of boiled
cod, with lemon; largo serving of
'plain cauliflower; one scant teaspoon
of butter: lettuce salad or celery;
one-half an orange; black csffet.
10:30 p. m. One-bait cup hot
1 Each of the women Is expected to
work an hour a day In bcr garden It
she has a garden otherwise to take
long walks and setting up exercises.
Dally the women report by tele
phone and receive Instructions, In
cluding a diet for the following day.
On Thursduy of each week they re
port at the city hall and are weighed,
and the week's loss-
r gain rec-
.orded on their cbarta.
The 24 women In the first class
i averaged In weight at the start of
the experiment, 201.6 pounds, 4B.IJ
pounds more than their average nor
mal weight, and Dr. Robertson says
he expects to take approximately 40
of those pounds from each woman.
The leader ot the claaa Is lira.
Nellie Leonard, age 32, a typist, who
tipped the scales at 323 pounds but
lost eight pounds In the first seven
da'ys. Dr. Robertson figured hor
normal weight at 141 pounds.
Miss Catherine Scott, age 28, also
a typist, is the "baby of the class,"
she 'weighed in at 166 H and her
normal weight was calculated at 121.
Miss Scott stands just a half-Inch
above five feet. '
The anti-fat crusade Is a serious
venture, Dr. Robertson says, aimed to
point the dangers and discomforts ot
excess weight and show the easo
with which it can be eliminated.
Japan is one of tho principal con
sumers ot Chilian nitrates, and Im
ports a groat deal of copper and Iron
ores und other raw materials abund
ant In Chile. On tho other hand,
there Is understood to be a great
demand in Chile for Jupanese cotton
gcods, 'glass wares, porcelains and
other products; but tbolr exportation
-to Chile is hampered by high freight
Japan is now assiduously engaged
In oxtondlng her trade to tho South
Pacific Islands, tho straits settle
ments und other places nnd it bus
been suggested that" tho proposed
lines of sailing vessels could bo' out
lined for this purpose.
Dr. .Maud IngersoU Hawley
First National Bank Building
Entrance, Room I
' ASHLAND, ONJraOX
' Klamath Falb Cyclcry
We handle the beat In our line,
such aa Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parti and Accessories, Qoodrnar,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tubes. The bouse of tho
two and three wheelers, includ
ing Harley-Davldson Service.
118 H. Mk BC KUaaatk Fall
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many aro the good things we can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thnga cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
LUCKT DICK ft CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of th St.
W. E. McABOY
Bsdlds anything la the caolaet
Uae, Doom, fkreeas, etc.
Skop at 110 Eighth Bt.
J. O. CXEGHORK
Civil Baglaaer a
Office 617 Mala M.
Paeaea: Offsce lte, Re, its!
O. K. FEED A SALE
Under new manage
ment Beat care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. a Wiaacarvw
Dr. P. M. N4m4
DR. a A. MASSEY
la Warren Bant Hoapltal '
Off. Phoae 4T Re. Paeae MM
tar Tftw flats)
T 1T Klasaasjs Ava. f
Phone 460 711 Mala St.
Jack Moarow, Proa,
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drlaks,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In Connection
"Coarteay aad Bartlca'
ARTHUR R. WILSON
BX-8ERVICH MEN, ATTENTION,!
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. S,
American Legion, will be
held at S o'clock p. m., at
tka Otty Hall In Klamath Falls, on
the second aad fourth Tuesdays ot
eack month. All Comrade art' In
Tkaaa desiring to Join tha Poet
may aseara application klaaka fraa
a, k. raa xuaar, rraa meaowoa, ar
Locate IMdgn Klamath Falls
DR. a A. RAMOO
t O. O. V. DalldtM
Now Opea foe
Mrs. Reaa MePsMsla-e,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Rea 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
r PbyatcUa aa4 Baigaua
White Bulldiag '
Klamath Palla' Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
- Phones 321
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYUCIAJI AND SURGEOX
1 aad 1
4sM Mate BC New B4a. Later)
fl 426 Mai
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AXD 8CRGEOX
X. O. O. r. Batman;
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Raalaaaea Paeae I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUNT HOSPITAIi
Day Paeae, 47 Night Phoae, Z
SAW MILL BNOlNaWaUNa ,
Dsasaaaw aa4 asdlaava at bm
ara Baw MiUs, Plaarac. MJsat,
I am bow artaorasl ta faralak
Skaau Band Iran tka Hoay. cam.,
sand aad gravel ait, la aay aaaatlty
that may ha desired by contractors
AL r. QRAHAM.
LetYour GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
Meots Friday night ot each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets.
If y man Weechler, N. O.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Color, Treasurer.
Ewaana Encampment No. 41, L O
O. P., meets Tuesday algkt ot aaek
weok at I. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
O. P.s W. p. Color, Scribe; Fred
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FLAT WORK 6
ROUGH DRY ?
"Put Your Dusk
ti r eL.n
U . i."A4
SSSHyBi .. .
?- 'r- m ,m "---
BBaaa AaVawnaaaBaBaaw aaaaaal laMaiV aaaaaaBatW
aVisgssa. .Wa'aaaavaat 4a beaM
aay alasa at a IHtM-t aattasl
aawstMastaf aay klai tsas, avaa
Prlato naaia. rMOsW 14sM
t t t-
r .mBmsi sLBasasBar