Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
1VHY CANADIANS AREN'T ; GOOD COFFEE MAKERS EJo Not Know Difference in Varieticj-How to Get BesfResults, Filtered, Boiled, and Drippecl-Gare of the-Coffee-. ^ Pot, Which Must .Be Airtight. 1.. ; By A TRALNBD DRSTJTIAX. ' AjVASDIuVNS 4iave the reputation of not .being kWe to make xooa coffee.- The reason for 'tlifs i� obscure. In many CaJiadian homes �ppU> coffee is maflif and then again ohfe finds homes -where nothing Is known about, it. � CoHee Rppesirs on their tables and one blushes to think tKat the housewife dignifies It by n nkme w*lch tl-e'-coanoiseeur associates \vi(;h something- so deleotabie and refreshing that ivords .-ilinost full to describe it. . � - The coffee tree Is native to Southern Ab.vsainia, it was introduced into Arabia in "the sixieent* ceuturv. Ceylon and Eest Indies in the seventeenth century, and. then'into; Java, and from there to Uie "West "Indies and South ^ American. Coffee is tlie seed of a tree csiHed coffea -which �tows from ten to iwfelvo feet high. The seeds are en-ctbsed In; hulls in pairs with their flat fsuites., toward* eaoh otiter; when the a^Sds or l>ean� are ripened they are hulled. In the -West Indies the beans -were Mun dried in the open on tej-rnces orj-cemeBrted'drying:grounds and ma-. . chlnery-used to remove .the hulls. A nconsidered; the. 'best, is Imt-; tfttwyfn"" ordor^ iit 'supply k detnaWd ft (xei^ftTcilfSTJlftoauwtdnr-Which'amouritfe tff-.id&ly-about",.S.OdO.Of 6.000 tons .a yeaA^Raai ?Mocbaict>ffee if it. leaves AfaJJiftiat all leaves it Mn .vecy.vsmall quaiftifios, ;It ha^fbeen- said th�^ only 35.000 pijunds.otllt.coines to/llie jport p� lJmport?d Into irnlled States, � SfsjP.^elpaVjj sold theraias Java sjrjially* Tjadane,' and is?, grown ML'pgaaJiaoalbo"and' Ceiittistl ^.Sbftle '��Is.-. laugelyv usea.-in jcif*thjejgava, 'the .ISeans close-,etngriUvevi. in^siae and appear--t^TieSy] a Utilfe-lnferior .Iji ajidr^lOavor. A; .lar^re'i^atrt:;of own\ln.' the IsiiinB of Java GREAT ALL-ROVND . SPORTSWOMAN Limburg Models Female Figures So.Perfectly That They Seem To Qow and Burn With Life and Color as You Look a,t Them is expiortcd ,and consumed in Eui-�.ipe. The Southern Americana, and the French,' who are ' notorious fof their coffee, consider tl\e Porto Rican the best, ilow many (.Canadians know anj-thiug about this kind of coffee? iMocha, ana Java *eem to be ass5c!at-ed in ihelr'-.Tiinds us the i>nly Jviuds known. , �� �., . The adulterail�ns of coffee are many-diicory, , roasted and grwund peus and beuns. root of endive. The coffee berry has l)een so cleverly imitated tliat only am expert can tell the difference betwoen the. imitation and Iho real beans. Many "i^'uiksider tlie addition of ihlcou-y an improvement; (his gives coffee color and a bitter taste when boiled. So' accusstomed are many Canadians to, chicory that they consider coffee has lost "its flavor without it. The secret of goad coffei-r is to have fhe beaua freshly roasted, freshly sroiuul. the infUKicyifreslily made, and to use eAough coSTt. The chitjf at-iracuion of-coffee is its delicate and, delUHous flavor. Many people fond or| cofftje have to erive it up, probably on accoiipt of having lY badly- made, and resort to ml.>ble | sul>stltutes. Coffee for family u-ie /should be bought in small quantities, treahlv roasted, and Ireshly ground, or, if one has a coffee mill. It can be ground at home' as needed. After being gjound. it should bo kept In an air-tight tin, because It quickly deteriorates if exposed to the-air. CoCfee may be served filtered, boiled,' or drtpped. Kor filtered- coffee, it should be finely ground;-" for boiled, coarse or rnedium. Pro|3orttona for breakfast coffee: 1 tablespoon to 1 cup. Jlore for cafe nolr. Kinds bf Coffee Pots THKRB.arp Various kinds of coffee pots oti the market for making filtered or dripped coff'w. These pots contain a strainer to hold the coffee, without alM.wing the grounds to. mix with the. infusion.. Place ooffee in strainer, strainer in coffee pot,.and pot on"railgfe." fuia gradually-lH^'lidiling l-water and allow it to filter. Cover between additions of-water to protect from the air. -Boiled coffee, the method mo.st commonly 'used, does not give the saine'strength, as filtered coffee, and Is more-extraVafe^nt from another point of view in the use of the ege. Two mnihods may be used In boiled coffee.'tlflrst-mix coffee'with coltf water and egg fnd let boil 20 minutes, add a^'small Quantity of ' water, let settle. Secfflnd: Mix coffee with egg, add boiling water, let boil 20 minutes.! add small .,, - , .>' .'E �.f . ; Several Prominent Epglish Grand Dames Gomiiig to Canada for That Purpose, LADY WABD'S VENTURH In Toronto ah Incentive to Others --Aberdeens May Visit . Canada Yearly. ^^^^ "THE VIOLIN PL^YER' WIICHmDE L/MBmO- ' JOSEPH LtMBURlG, of Berlin, 6�r-. many's greatest sculptor, has been � ai>proached by an artistlo and literary group, -whtt wailt Him to design -tlie -'national i monument ito lielu-rlch Heine. Such a Halne monument has been the ambition of this groug ftxr many years past. Limburg has refused,, but as the Heine monument prdjeot is oacked by the greatest art and literary names in Germany, the request Is a profound coi-nijllment to him; � l-'or years', past the .reputation of Xittnburg as the most oVlsmai, .poeUcaJ,}- and iruth-Ioving of airmail scuiiitors, has been growing steadily, and at present Germany has a .Ljnjburg cult which Is quite as strong as is the Rodin cult In France. Wheni Limburg went to'study In the "Vienna atelier of the Jate .Austrian l)ortralt-sculptor .Victor Tillgner, Tlll'gner predicted foi.- him a great-future. Limburg -\yii^ then twenty; years of agSt. vB^ut ,^\'0U .,'w.lU ntatufe larfc';- wa�"'iuiii'pi:'�>�;aiif^lng;-^and tf;id''Li'm'bjtrg?ttf^t;h^,i^visVu^^^ for'^years of ^ji'sappbintment. .'i'he first h.alf of the prophefcy came true; .,the second -was proved untrue, for three years later Limbia-fir becaro'a famous on exhibiting his "A'lolln-Pl^yer;" Critics \ie.re ftelighted with its boldncaa, originality, and refinoment, and they called it the .best statue exhibited In Germany lor ten yeai-a. Limburg ne.tt tu;^nffd up.ln Rome, where he devoted hiroaelf to portralt- m� 'GERMAN EMP�J?OJi WAS 50 DEUGHTSD WJT/f TfiJS GROUf^ THAT He HAD A COPY OFITMADEm sculpture, which his-, teacUeVTillgner vited Limburg ; in'. 1904 itp .return, to t-Rnmr. � nnrt nrfimJfifid that " ho should had declared would: be'.his .strongest point. For the Collegium GermahoruK. he executed a monument of theiPope Gregory XII. His portrait busts numbered about, a� dozen. : They :Were chiefly Ro;nan eeclpslastlcs, .and the best of-Cartlinal SfeiabUcher.,haa, such great succ3.w that Pope Pius'X. In-' VILUU- JjIJllUUl s ^ 11.1'. AOUW.^.ty Rome,- and promised: that " he should sculpture his first porlialt The Sala de Cohsistorlp.at the V.aucan waj� duly turned. Into an- a;teller. and ; the .Pope was so-pleased v.'ith. the result ol his sittings that-he .'.made;. Lfmburg a "Oavallere." AJter that, Limburg went^tQ Rifssia and modeled several JrandDulie.s. On I'is return he o-jmpletod portraits of a score of tli.; most, eminent Germans, On the streng'h of Hhe-se, the art critic and collector, 'Ludwig:; Pietsch, doclarad-him to be the greatest portraitist Ir^-marblo of modern times. i , \ Some of his most attractive portr-alls are those of women. Thoy include tfte Countess otAr'JO, - Cleo de .Merode, Viola Ander.S'.'U,! and 'Mignon," a youn^ Englishwoinw of noble birth. Germans know � Liinliurg bust through his nud-�s and proup statutes-' The '�Violin-Pnyar'!'> hero has-' boien-ecllpaed by, his group" statue "-Re-^ morse." Remorse." :^ln prints, photor'; graphs, and picture postcards, Is to be, been In every art store in Germany.^ .'*/Ju'.W!VkrIabIy obtain ;tho impressldn thaiIh^ Skin ties and ^air of the marble-'have'-ibeen colored, and that they ;gloiw- and burn with life.' � By DO"WAGEn, THE higli prices obtained for blacH fox polls this season have had the effect of directing dttentlon to the new industry of breeding thearofitnble -investment, and land "gamb-" ling" spread so; quickly that few o( our promlnentfamliies arc without Interest ot one form or. another. Thera is an attraction in land speculatIonA�pJ3Sl,'^'x- "vhl.o'gy;; qft-jjpi;'^^^ were built by?i^*)y|jj^4Jjg|iL%.'tj�iiijH;; Oliiet, Justice of 'thM,' JS^'rt". of ' Common Pleas, In tho'r.elgh' ftt'&Cl'n'B'JDdwjjrd il; and King Edward'111;', ' . The park Itself contaln!j>neariy-three miles of-uiidulafliig boeeh woodland. The boeolumts, the thyme, and other fragrant'herbs with' which the paaluce abounds, are .reroutedto makd, the' flavor of the -fcftoi\or I'ark venison uncdUftUtid;, � �,-'.:;�;.' '. - �'' . .v'^ , L(3irdi'.Gamoya,' wHSb .was'-twenty^'hlrie. (astiMnonth, h^a been in the dipltjniatlo siSnilce, shoots, m6lors, and is fond of ; travel, and'he reprb�ents! jCn oxti?e"raoly pppwlar-^amily,' .which' .hasjanJoye'a high 'favor at Courtln the last 'thrao-reigns.--' Lady Camoys, as Is Well'.Wnq'yvn,' Is ilch. pedigree, Jargfp ..sums for .(Ha.. VPJieep,,,; ^ti�.tfV�*' become very popular UV'ifl^ftUsH society* ..ik.