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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1920 fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALU MILADI PHONE 12 !4 C- -r OUR BEST wir, As 1 1 rare! along ptth Tteadiog awhile each dsf. The older I grow ibe 1 kcor Of what others should do ani say. Tit enough to be careful and listen To.tbst conn-knee within, The HlUe (voice which' tries so hard To kee'p away from The of Our Father la heaien Contu srhefo kmi rltlting on Ite Mlipa 'rtnck for the pait few Mlu Mary Jones, of liiuaeipolll. Is the guwl the boms' ot Mr. tifld SpsaVIng to us In tones of loTe, Teliing us. He is always there, fteady to help our hnrdess share, It's so worth while to do our host. To make the goal. anJ stand the test Maud had a narrow .escape from death while motoricc CD Ffnch'.ey tho car In which the; were Matod collided with a private motor. The impact severe, ihower of broken filling the royal car. The princesses were shak- en, bat otherwise unhurt and were ablo to proceed to their 'dea- _Dt: and Mrs. Lorarioc have aa tkslr (vest the nepktv, Mr. T. Loverhic of Recta a. T. 0. Standing ST. returned froai Red sptot a va- Mra.. U.lf. Johnstoca hue Daily Fashion Br Gerttude Beresford O PERSONAL V C1 v Lucy Hatch" returned yc'ater- tiay 'after s'peiijUng sSveral at Salt Uiko City, Colorado and various other places -Miss WllrncV been Tisitlngviii. Knmo-'of her sister, C. C. returned In her hnino of Cayley. ..Mrs. E.-Keitcr and baby left yester- day for a month's holiday at Calgary- Em! Banff.: -After spending a couple .if months visiting with her slater, Mrs. L., Mrs. George Marshall lau! fan left for Seattle en route to their borne in Alaska. _ Miss Reenle'Cultis who has. boen spending a week al the home ot arid Mrs. J. E. hovering, ot this city, end Dr. Grecnaway, at Raymond, left ye'sterilay for Saskatoon, enrouto to home In Umisay. Onl. vMns. Marmaroj- was visitor In the cfty--Iivfit'week-end.'' Mrs. BouHon returned from Mr. P. 'U ml er ot J-'ahiral Hetonrcei Department, C. P. R., Calgary, U in today., Mr. 11. X. AqierUQ, of Vikint, has arrived in ihs city to take a position at the Merchants' Bank, which vp.csted br Mr; fiptlitead. who has been tranjfBrred- to' brand at Stoney Plalni. Black, of Orealeli, Sink., is the guest of her sister, Miss Jeseie Black, during her vacation. Shsrift Youns returned recently from a trip to the Peace River. Mrj. A. McN'abb, Mrs. B. M. Klster nd Miss D. McXabb, are among the lEitors in the city from Lethbridge. Albertan. Miss Dot who has ipend- ng her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. V. N. PiEKOlt, left on Saturday night or her home in ton Journal. a' i.- Miss C. fl. Waajes, of hon- orary fieorelary of tho 'Alberta divis- on of the Canadian Red Cross society, '.eft Edmonton for Ponce Coupe on Mr.' returned Mr. and Mrs. J. Charlie BwUtt-wtll, leave tomorrow on a ten the present must be made it she is GUIDE CO.. NO. 2 Tor months and months w talked of golps to camp a 1 quart ot flour sifted equals 1 pound., t, 9 large hen's eggs equals one pound. '2 level tablespoQrifuls of butter equals 1 ounce. 1 ounce of flonr equals four level Jsblcspconfuls. 1 ounce grated. chocolate equals 3 lever lablespoonJuls. 1 ounce .of ground coffee equals 4 level tablespooufgls. Hudson Bay packet r.'.-.-.- TSc No. ib. No. 4. 1 Ib. packet ..___...... Blue Ribbon Ib. packet 'Blue Ribbon Shield Temper Weddtog Breakfast Coffee, per tin Braid's Best.QoffeeVi Ib. tin .Nabob Ibvtin SanbornY Coffee, 1 Ib. j.Chase Sariborn's Coffee, 2 ib, tin ;i......' Amber packet 1 J -FreshiFruits'anrJ Vegetables Daily "X 313 AND 1513 60C 72c 70C 70> 70c 75c 75C 75c MARRIED LADY WINS HOME MAKERS' SCHOLARSHIP SASKATOON, Aug. George Murray, of Evesham. graduate ot tho class of '14, University of Saskatche- wan, has been awarded the' scholar ship established by-the Hptaemakers' of joy was brimming over .whec' we were told to our baggage at the Parisa Hall by eight o'clock on the ears. The'ants refused to give up the. treat of the season, namely feeding on us, and no mz'-ter how we twisted and turned the hard old ground would not cuango Iota a leather bed. In truth, it was an endless' night ot endless agonies; In spite.ot all our longings, sleep would not-.come and the noiso and clatter grew .louder and louder, but our commander told us we must be quiet at least; ab a few managed to snatch forty, winks, .but that was as far as it got for we were soon awak- ened by some of.the other girls stand- ing at our tent wanting to know if we bad not heard the whistle for rising and we had to do .-some hurrying. When we were dressed we were not. allowed outside our tent as it was only four o'clock instead ot 6.30 as we and our> whistle had been a bird.. .i After such, a' niglft bur hopes were had all [rather flattened. 'W'tf'were Inclined to our..cup fbelleve, "Good beginners make a bad 5I1III UJ f 1 onncojjt granulated sugar equals {w'omon's ot Saskatche- wan. Tho scholarship consists of 350, supposed to cover expenBes for year's leria at tho university where lie candidate will take the" teachers' 2 level Lablespobnfnls. 1 ounce of cornstarch1 tablespponfuls. eqnals 3 1 ounce of fine'salt equals 2 level tahlespoonfuls. level 1 ounce ot butter equals 2 teaspoonfuls. 1 ounce of cinnamon equals 4-i level leasnoonfuls. 1 ounco of cloves equals 4 level lea- spoonfuls. 1 ounce of mace equals 4 level Lihlespoonfuls. 1 ounce ot olive oil equals 2 table- spoonfuls. Cut these weights out and save them for future reference. BACHELORS WM; BRAID CO. SPECIAL! FRIDAY ONLY ending" and were undecided whether j or not to pack up an'd come borne. But you know.a Girl J3uide smiles and July SJth, jmd 15ine3 nll difficulties, but, oh! it needed ;i Int to pack our troubles in our kit'bag and smile. Our cainp was situated in Dupc'n's Bottom in the heart. some thick woods, just off the main, trail, and not far from tho..'river. Thus our tents were in the shnde the greatest part of tho d'ay, which was "a bless- ing uo oho knows." Every day two Guides from each patrol acted as cooks, which t sup- pose accounts for all our good meals but no one looked forward to their day as cook, especially .when we were having pancakes, as it was not work. The remainder ot our stay at camp was spent as Guides will spend It, iu hikes, tracking and leaving our wood- craft signq behind for another com- pany to follow, berry-p'icking arid reading. Each day we liked It a liltlo better and each night.our bed seemed a little softer, the mosquitoes and ants did uot bother, us EQ much a3 we were now. getting- wise and had somn preventions around; Then came the day to come home. We wero glsd.lo get Home again but very eorry to camp., llow- ever, on two points wn aro agreed now. we had whalo of a tima'1 and ''all's.well that ends well." ikmuimmM All Ladies' Middy Waists, for cash only, each 2 only, Georgette Crepe, reg. Special Silk 'Waists, regular ?5.75. Special Silk Waists, regular Special GROCERIES Koger's Golden Synip in 10 ib, pails. Regular Special equal to Old Dutch Cleanser. Off tins for MEN'SBALBRIGGANUNDERWEAR Siirtiin'el' weight. Regular per gar- ment. Special, per garment........... MO SPECIALS CHARGES NO EXCHANGES PHONE 1766 SUPINA SON 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH to be there ounelves the following day at J.SO. Trust we arrived at the Parish Hall, much loo early and at 2.15 we had all but decided to start out end walk to camp. However, at 2.30 the cars had all arrived and away we started on a very pleasant ride to our long-looked for destination. We were glad to spot the white tents between the trees for we knew if Camp Life continued as well as it Iiart begun we were in for a good'time arid we surely had U. Our first meal far surpassed all our hopes and we wero delighted, not to say excited. What neit? What neit? kept running through us. We were all eagerly-awaiting'the Uraer.when we would be ablo to spread pur bfankota and tuckjn for theinfght. it Jast, thla. time camp arid, we were all'In pur glory. By'and by -and with considerable trouble we' managed to creep between the.blankels, but as this was' naturally felt rather gay; and were kept awake by tbe ptiatterpf the camp ur.Vil near- ly midnight.'Then we.really tried to settle'dpwn to sleep. BuL oh; horrors! Ihe files.persisted our course In home economics.' The derstandlng is that the holder will' teach In a new Canadian school, for a torni fit not lets than three veari and- use her knowledge to further Canad-. lanization efforts in the homes of her district. The Rt. Fief. Charles E: D.D., Bishop of BrookJyp, will -soon provide e, church for tbe 'Catholic col-! ored people-'of that borough ot New- York City.' ThVJoy Of Perfect Skat., tL Know the joy B' hippintss that com cj [to one thru pas-taint g a fltin of purlty and beauty. Tlje Venders brings out your natural beauty to its full- Bachelors are; Ike- rubber tires on Lbe wheels of civilization; they aro as neceEsary. to-fcctcty as scandal Imagine a houscpmy without a bach a christening; bachelors are godfathers and godsends. Bachelors are not merely unmarried men; they are men who are at once unmarried and eligible; old cnough'lo be inter estiug, but young enough to bn con sidered by fond mothers; rich enough to support a wife, but who prefer t help support a club; In fine; they are men who only remain unmarried by grace and their own super-developci powers ot self-preservation. Tho; love women and the; have strength of will, enough li choose the latter. A perfect btichclo is good looking enough to make a j jealous husband uneasy, and yet not: so handsome that other men despise him. Tiie liiizards of of love aro all against, the bachelor, hencu only tho fittest survive. Therein lies I tor another com- jest. accepts ono in- vllation loo many. If he holds a linnd one instant too long, if bo dares the moon once loo often, lio is gone, lie will bo mnrried in spite of himself, for women think only of marriage. So tho' trite bachelor will carefully nurse his [lame (brough the degrees of polite period, tho attenljvo period, the pre-ciimax. Hi will semi nolcs, tlien candy, tlien flowers, finally, a niippy. Then he will stop. Suddenly he' will fadp away, for after a puppy the only, logical gift i? a rinn. nnrt tho naif safety is in (light.--J. D. McMasler, in Judge. Sixteen ounces to the best of quality in every ounce. That's wha> you get when you buy Blue Ribbon Tea JAZZ JUST AS PROPER AS STATELY MINUET Wr.VNIPKO. dancing is AS Man., proper Ang, Argentina plaas to raise to tho rank of embassies her legations (n England, France. Italy and Germany, placing them on (ho sfimo footing as her forelsn representations in Spain am as llio minuet in the United KMlcs. Oriental Crfeam HON. CHAS. DAV1ES, M.L.C., OF TASMANIA MILI.ED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU j r- When body 'begins fo gtiffen movement becomes painful U Is usually an indication that the kidneys ore out of order. Keep tbeM organs healthy by taking MEDAL world's sUndwd rtmedy loi U llvtr, bUddir uric doubl Fammn linCf 1696.'. TiVo Mjulaily i keep In good heillh. All dr A boi, QaartntAcd B9 re CM I is atlnnding UIQ Imperial Press Conference, and Mrs. Davlcs, Mr. Pavles has been Masonic Grand Master for Tasmania for 22 years. Ho is out in his criticism tif Is uniformly good, light, flaky, wholesome with that rich, nutty flavor. If it wore possible to make better bread Quaker would be better, PHONE 378 ;