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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ml ilfG LKIflBHIUUh: DAILY T I1EBALD SATinDAY, APniL 13, IMW    WHEAT SUMTiTUTC* ^ * �  paniphlot on wheat ku hot i tut ion roii , talnlnc nmnr tntor�|itinK furts The I lollowins ore exInicU; ' r'o'�!�lb1i� Siibstlliiten Mr WhMt rtoiir; t-Klni> Ki'i>lai.'c up to one-�lii�rli>r of 111'- wheat flonr; bnrley flour up to onolhtnl; ;ini1 rye flour up to onehHif rhe�o proportlonB will yit'Ul well-rist'ii loaves. HiRtior propoi: ions of rye flour, eveti to com-pl.it' siilixitmiion. m�y lie uned. I)iit will iiii; hv ^'-iicially impulnr. T!i>'!�c suli.Jliiuto-' ilo not stand lont; fc: nil :i'^r loii proi i'�se� well. U' tl'.c ii'-(iiro( o-s methods ni�y be used, ami tho flours made up Into a (tounh in the beKinninn. hut these require more ycisi. tliua adding to the i-oat of the bread. When H.^inK subsfltutea In the form of m>als -Meals are better to be at least partly cooked before makinK Into I mush. LefioTor torddRc nr muih will do as well aa freah iwked When �raMMTlneal Is us.mI-alloir : U ��P raw laMttor �irh cup tiq�M required for tfe� bratui: use moat ot I the tl(|HM t� frald meal: cool to j lukewnrm t�fll|>eratiirr before addlBH the yeaat rttuMlved the rett ot th� , llijuld: and ndk to a Ibufrh wfTh wtMtal i flour. Foi" awnger Broi oss make a ! sponm with 'wTiHe ftour and part of I the liquid: add the at aided and cool-. ed meal: anil mix to a douRb with i."" i wheat flour. When porridge or mush Is usMl low u|\ to two iiran*h kur own anil her: pecially to the number* ot girls who i*peBi ao much time in the tea-rooma vrhao they would be better employed ' angles-through her own and 'oklldron'a eyes. She believ** that t )�*t aa the childrea ot Burope are Buffering cruelly as a result of the war no the children of Canada alMwM b* taaght by tbeir mothers to have some akare In working or sacrlticlat for tke iiake of the little brother* and !*-' tar* acros* the *ea*. She I* the azponent ot thl* prlaclpla .ta her owa home, for her three ehil-.^raa are eathaaUstlc youag patriot* afeho are doing their abare by adding taelr amall qaota to the tood npply ot tta conatry. Behiad the Meighen liome i* what 1* called the 'ntackyard lhrmr*m."where there i* llTely eom-patltioB betiraaB the heas and the garden. ThlB jjmr it 1* either a qaaetloa of enlargihitta hes-raa or the garden a�d the deelaioa t* *tlU in abeyaaee. Lait year the ehOdren bollt the henhouse thema*lT*p*. and they look after the chicken* dlUgantly and eatlMnia*-tlcally. Is fact, it 1* a atandlac crtaT-ance with them that "there 1* never any garbage" (or their chlckeaa. Mr*. Meighen heartily endona* f Your Support DANCE ' UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST A MAN-THE FATHER OF A LAHfK rAMILV-WHO MAB BEEN ILL FOR THRM VBARB, AND WHO IB BBINO BENT TO MAYO ftMOB. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER. THE DANCE ON MONDAY NEXT, APR. 15 h the K. P. HaQ ii n Support of the movemtBt ir YOU DESIRE TO ASSIST IN A MORE SUBVTANTIAL WAY YOU WILL BRIGHTEN A HOME AND BRING CHEER TO SEVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER AND BREAD WINNER HAS BEEN LAID ASIDE SO LONG. rKkcto for the Dance........$1.00 Extra Ladies...............SOc INVITATIONS FROM MR. KNOWLOEN OR ANY LADY MEMBER OF THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION. ANY WHO DESIRE TO LEND SPECIAL ASSISTANCE IT WILL BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED AND MAY BE SENT TO- MR.KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. baakat. aba apeaka froa practical aaparl- IMuBf Like htcrnal BatUof for Con-tipatioii ft people only knew what Internal Oatblas i* doing tor thoiManda ot oth-�r* there would be fewer Pill* and Laxative* swallswed and very much laaa autfering f*om Conatipatlon and tb� accompanying Stomach and Ner-T0�* trouble* resulting from It. Mr*. Cava, 841 EUery Bt., Victoria, B. C, writaa: "Batore oaiag the 'J. B. L. Caacade' I saftarnd constantly from Conatlpa-Um, had fraqueat blliou* attack* aad �iek baadarhea. Since beginning your rstMB �( laternal Bathing with the 'J. B. U Caaeada' tanr months ago, I t bad-one attack and feet aad better In^very way. My ' ragrat i* that I did not get a Cas-aooaar." ' tba proper application of nature's warm water, by means of the "J Caaesda" the lower intestine* igt Iraa fiom all poiaoaous waste, (ore* Nature. Interaal Bathing har. A. Tyrrall ot New York, a In leararlag how to cook in their own home*. "In aaylag that I think afternoon taaa and extra meals should be cut out. I am not speaking merely from I the aundpolnt of food economy. There is the other csnsideratlon that they tend to give girl* aa excuae for gadding about at a time when all their energlea are needed for practical work- It i* appalling how little aome girls kaow about domestic economy. They might be learning a whole lot these days in the kitchen-because the kitchen i* ot the tint importance now. t really think the tea-rooms hould bo closed, tor you can hardly blame the girls tor going to them so long a* they remain opsn. There I* no doubt that they are tempting Afternoon tea in the home as a tocial custom 1* all right If Judgment is ez-erdaad in the use and abuse of food. I like afternoon tea myself, but I think the tea-room Is a distinct t8mi>-tation that might be done' away with." Mr*, Meighen ibinka that the new vnsta aad hoarding regulations is-aaed by the Canada Food Board are excelleat. She believes that women will be acnipuloua In reporting any { case* ot hoardiac or waste they hear, ot. and that there will be a number ot thaae aha la certain. la bar own home aa much economy la praetiaed a* po**lble Graham or ODtniMal muffin* have taken the viae* of bread at breakfast time, and war bread 1* baked once a week The aaa .ot beet and iMoon has been re-daced to the mlnhnnm. and every pos-elhle eource ot waata 1* carefully watebad. "Whan you atop to think of how people-are anfferlng In EXirope and of bow Sattaaate we are, it's astonishing that wa caa be *o indifferent," aaid Ufa. Malghaa. -^he lateat war new* eoaMa wtth (oeb a shock that I tliink K lalhar pull* ua up. Certainly the apMt al self-eacrifice which ha* cbar-a�^srtiad oar women in other ways l* mum apraadtng by alow degree* to material thing*. For one thing, I believe woawa are reading the papers more thaa thay aver did, and this, if nothing ala*h ahould help to opea their ayaa^to the situation. "The war ha* done u* good in many way*. Before it broke out women were almpjy etralning to get ahead ot each other, both la clothe* and Id en-tat talament. Bach one tried to outdo the other in the refreabments she eerrad at lancheon*. Now we are *tratalag rather toward* almplicity, and it i* better tor us all. It will maaa the balldlag up of a new womanhood." CO. REORGANED M A Snagltt, prealdeat ot the A Mitchell Nursery Co. ot Coaldale atatea that tor aqme time the officials ot that orgaaliatloa have been work-lag on plana tor the reorganliatlon of the company. Tbeae plans are now well along to completion and the future ot the company looks exceedingly bright. For some time it ha* beea the practice of the company to sell considerable stock at wholesale to I other firms tor distribution, but from now on this practice will be discontinued and sales made only by mall orders and through their own district aKents. who will thoroughly cover Alberta und SuskaU'hewan. Several thousaml dollars worth of new treasury stock is boinit taken by prominent farmers and businers men ot the dlslriit The head offli e of the company has been moved toLethhridge and offices have beon sei-ured In the Stafford Block. The niirserleN nt Coal-dale will still be undf^r Mie able KupeV , vision of Mr Mitchell, who will alsi. Aak the Bad t'ro**^have charge t>f the shippini; depari Co.. LothhrMsa. tar book-' meat. W. II. Pawson, Jr.. has been .�aCTaday laOalyBOPer appointed eecretary-treasurcr with the sat" Tbsr'win aiw ba added duties of sales manager. The iBow sM auMB* IM J. �sWas SSd baalaea* department* will ilfP^AJNifriMBiMt. bf bsa^ M tha haad ottioe here MaMM oa letaraal Bathing, invent aad parfaeM the "J. b. L. Caa-wfeMl M* done more daring IB jraara In reatorlag health '.^iaeaae thaa all other m llltil niHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiffliiiHiiiininitm^ CANADAS PRIDE CANADIANS have good reason to be proud of the {Position Canada holds in the world today. This pride is justified by the activities of her people, by her unlimited natural resources, by her splendid institutions, and particularly by her Industries, F.-'cts about the immcnnty of �omc Canadian iiidbjlrlcs would astonish most people. Tiicsc industries, when viewed in the light of comparison with other countries, are sirnply^tre-mendous. The growth of any indust^' is limited to the number of people it can serve, and that is a fact not often properly appreciated when Canadian industrie.s are compared to similar enterprises in, say, the United States. I'or e.xample: the population of the United States exceeds 100,000,000. Opportunity for industries there is almost unlimited. In comparison, Canada wjiji its Reven million population is a small country-yet in spite of this comparatively small population, Canada possesses several industries which in actual size rank among the biggest in the world. In shoemaking, one Canadian concern has developed a volume of business and a service to the Canadian people which is not equalled by another shoe maiui-facturer anywhere in the world. This concern, if located in the United States, would rank as one of the twelve largest out of sonic two thousand shoe manufacturers there. Wliilc the sales of the larirest .shoe manufacturer in the United States-selling to the American people-do not exceed twentj'-five cents per capita per year, the sales of Ames Holden McCready to the Canadian people last year were approximately eighty cents per capita.' In a comparative sense, therefore, this Canadian concern is greater than the foremost American shoe manufacturer in the United States. Thus Ames Holden McCready truly merit the distinction of their title "Shoemakers to the Canadian Nation." Just imagine for a moment the enormous work of supplying a large portion of Canada's 7,ooo,(X)0 people with its bts and shoes: - \i rrqutrrs-luipc up-to-d.ac he-tories equipped with tlic I'.i. t Tiiodern machinery able to tutti, out 8,ooo pairs of shoes a day. , -i! ftt/iiins-a v;:riety of nc.Trly 8oo diiTcrent styles to meet the rcc,uircmcnts of all classes of ^-eo-ple, for different grades, shapco and kinds of shoes. -it ri-qiiircs-the maintenance, of six lartrc distributing' branches in jM'incipal ci)ics from coast tc coast, and in these arc carried over a million dollars worth of etc ready for quick delivery to retailers. -requires-sixty travelling salesmen to call on the retail trade, because out of approximately lo,ooo retail dealers who sejl shoes in Canada, more than S,000 handle A.H.M. Shoes. -it frequires-many other details of organization and equipment, but this brief outline will give you some slight idea of the part that this great shoe concern is playing |in the business of supplytnc; footv.car to the Canadian people. Yoa will be iniereated in these facia, hecauae the next time you buy footwear bearing the A.H.M. Brand, you wilt know that they are the product of a large and efficient organtMOtion making ahoea which will in every oaae give you the greatest value for your monty. AMES HOLDENT McCREADY "Shoemakers to the Nation" LIMITKU ST. JOHN MONTRE.\L TORONTO EDMONTON VANCOUVER 068?04 ;