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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlIK HERALD.'- A PUBLIC ICE BOX WOULD HELP OUT HOUSEWIVES Cleveland's Municipal Cold Storage Plant Is Largely Used by City's Women. FEES.ARE QUITE-SMALL Vet Profit U People Can Buy Food When It Is Cheap- est and Stoic It. GRACE JOHNSTON. VFHY season 1-rings with It lts difriculties. c.icli Eeem- insly more tryins the M the VKtf- round from a couple of shelves, two J by four. Inside. In an Ire chest which siar.ds in an overheated kitchen, the flat-dwelling housewife has absolute- ly no cool place for storing food, and ihe apartment house family much better off In this regard. Theie storage against tie time1-when their cost goes soaring oui of reach. Eggs Proved It GOOD demonstration lesson was given iu the matter of A number of housewives were Induced 10 the lockers for the storage of esgs at a time when prices had tak- en a tumble after a season of in- sistent and flamboyant climbing Some Cleveland families in conse- Is no cool closet which to keep quence were ris eggs that tea- canned fruits and vegetables. pickles, preserves and the like. A barrel of apples Is an Impossibility; so is a [.nrrel.of Is no place i store such prodigal purchases. Meat. poultry, butter, "vege- fruit and all perishable foods must be bought liand to mouth, by far the most expensive way to pur- chase. thsre Is no way of keeping them cool enouyu to proper- ly preserve them. only a .mite of an Icebox, jammed to overflowing, with no space and no means of chUHnj! It tff -she had it, thera Is so that the Toronto housekeeper would greet with a sign of gratification a public icebox. In the same Way that she fceepXvaluable papers and the bfst silver in a safely vault at her bank, she keep chickens, butter, esgs-ani vegetables in a re- frigeraied vault In the public ,cold storage plant. Tbe city of Cleveland. and operates jrhat Is probabl> phint in'Aim-ricai.' It Is housed In the and 1 public markets" IbV menl of building- There age space 170 by 56 feet, divided Inl plan' here of c lns tho jcar b> ttic tran-jformcil finders 'ami 3KS the new thiois for fall Awitis Purchased In barrels are Scents of knitted an- packed in boses for compact stor- "ora are the most ropniar nov- ge. Ilepacking is usually necessary Chemise and Russian blouse lhe case of most commodities tojiiries are fcaiured in these frocks ve stonise'space and make it pos- i which are made very simple, many er food in Email quantities, as neeil- of are even withouE collars- For keeping food, in this jrefrlger- ted safety deposit vault, fwith the rivilege of wltlidrau-jng as much "or s little vrheneirer and however she looses, the housewife pays the same al rate as the commission mer- lanl. The service costs so Hale even the lowliest poor can at- ord it. Fees are Moderate -10 cenls per crate dozen-to siore eggs for the sea- I Blue delft yarn Is worked ioto de- sign through the mesh of a tan tricot de lalne, forming a wide kcee border, cutrs and collar. Baniis of licltEed'cllk, knitted In the fabric, are also very effective, a suit of fthe material having; a purple silk hem to the skirt proper, and ends of novelty collar-sash. -The: latter on a looser coat irlth veslee of; the knitted silk, passing cji cenls a .Qqnth. ---The sea- ;on Is from' "April to- XovemWr." t celluloid iicetlles the smis- lj- smart slip-over llilnjjs FO Irciucnd- ouslv in vogue. Here the dull neu- tral tint of a soldier's sock, always ith a background of electric Is'ue, or rose ar.il mrvo cunsplciioii's its Premier Heartt' Opening Beck Memorial Home Premier Hearst and Lady nt the Opening of .Hie Heck Memorial a mad Desire to4'finish a sweater. Home at the Sanatorium at Iljran, Out FRENCH ORPHANS DON'T PUY OR CRY Extremely Pitiful Sights al American Hospital for Children. pver throa't.- conies down" the side an ti- {foes may.be stored for 40 cents around lhe-waistlirie; for the season, which 'runs J ram October butter the i-oiia .te'is 15 hundred p uttertht d pbtmdsiCi pockets and cuffs of a top niade of it'1 receive the, brush or a month's, poultry 1 'process and are fuzzy. Fringa nd fish cost .s'quarter of a cent ajof the'sash of this model, which 1 >ound for the first month and cue- JEtrarsht Ijnc, unliried and clinging1, iphth of a cent a. pound for each' month thereafter. BeYries ind small mils are stored at seven cents ;a month for a twenty-four quarts. Besides this provision _-for long storage at the above rates, one, room n the municipal refrigerator is set aside for. short etursse. Here' the people may store food tiurlng briei periods of three to fiftceiTdays. The rges for this -short storage are only a few cents a day. but in no case are goods accepted 'at 4 lower charge than ten cents. a hospital ia A NOT strips on srey arranged down eft-side front of lhe Skirt section, and around-the bottom; corresponding j-outlgC'st with the collar and -cuffs on a plain rey coat. Russian bTouse lines are t-anied J "their mothers; their fathers out In a suit of rosy color trlcoi vie T i aino. having a border of blue and art serving in the-trenches, ticy blue buttons down the left side-. "The unchridlifce' stoicism of these Ability Rewarded LEVERHULME Is an enter- taining speaker- lately at a meeting he was expatiating on the necessity of each roan Coins' hi3 very best, and said it-was his belief that ability was" hound to he recognized and get its due reward, whether in the', field or factory. He then told a story cl a cannibal chitf who had "converted" a mls- fnlo'dri Irish stew. The re- Wide Range of Colon sre tan y :1EJJT. COXIXGSBY I visiting an American Hcd Cross hospital for children France in the current' Issue of thfese smajll sufferers as foil villages swarming with troops arid packed with "ordnance we arrived at an old caserne, which had been converted into the children s hospital the district It Is In charge of one of the first of America's chii dren's "Here are flve..hundred little pa This barracks converted Into full of tables, Ih only six days old when 'there. Many of the children Have no parents. Others SAYING :GOGD-BYE TO WPARLOR That Emblem of British Solidity and Respectability Is Be- ing Threatened. v _ I ONDON JyU 10 emblem of British ohdit> American Rcaut il'sci T aild Uial th UUlD eock hiilttiQS (hat is thus backsroniided, rope shades lead- Every verandah Is a riot of color, 'cVfrryqnsy ejfcept the very se- vere; trees with little trouble.: however, almost any one can" Get a few large, thick-skinned or-' angcs and halve theni. Remove ud cover .the outside of the1 skins wlHi thick ''.shellac. That will' iho skin from shrinking. Fill; tho skins '.with fine, rich soil, find' plant therein a seed ot whatever trca; you wish .to rather or three to ensure at least pnrf good specimen. Tilahe a slaud ot hind so that the growing tree can lo! kept in an upright rxisSllon, nnd set' the they wilKgct plenty of but do not'keep1 them In jv1 room Is likely to hecomc ovcr-1 ieated- Water them but; not to.o profusely. Alter- a lime llio. root-s.'will'begin to'come through that cut the roots off flush with the outer, surface of the orange peel, bill be'_ careful not to injure Iho film ot shellac. It is the cutting1 of the thai stunts the tree. When tree- lias reached maturity, you can trans- fer It fo a more attractive lio.der- Conifers such as ce-J-rs. pines and. cryptomerfas can be, readily stunted; so also caSrolher evergreens, as ilex and'Cilrus been knoivh tojlast mores1 lhan 500 years. I'ruit trees, such as'- Hie orange und the plum, blossonr and bear perfect fruit, and the d front parlor Is lovil) r o d pcanng from the architects are to be Relieved. This is distinct hloWat'thc very roots of the Lmpire for likq Christmas tlHgs> Suntla> dinner1; and bilk tne front parlor or htst loom is one of have made Fngland she is to There -you'- will: find -tho photo graphic enlirgements of father (anJ mothcrlFthe former -.with those whisk; cfs ivhich used .to make the welkin ing in lhe forties, the latter stHf heads "brooches, very up- is dtEcuspiyl Just as t as ever.''.but Minerva, ami Angora that have tho preference. Tiiey may ban its export into ('niuiila, but Aurora' loves the Canidian gii'] and not fall htr when It comes lime for knit- ting tho collar. 6f course, arc manv r.iasons advanced for Vnltliny _sweaters, main that one Just has to have'one and it is-cheaper to knit than besides what's the ivool manLracturcd for (here are a qumher ol pe verc ladies who condemn1 the practice most' b'iit I If anyone of them can heat one record rjnoiher. ttho so man> ocks that the ciely found difficulty in kocpinj he: i >jy sne thet.Jjovs overseas ecau n Conscript Women A Cry -in Britain ll is Rahed fcj) the Women Who? ore Doing Their Bil. ff right and A wide of coiurs is shown but. as usual, right now, navy Is very good, with brown strong in dresses, also In' suits- Tha different shades of grey and all tan shades are good, including reindeer. Smart chapeaux for wear are the heads of exclu- sive hat shops, vrho slate that Mar- i. father Jjov s she Ls the aid of a Iriplnl of rose ivool: The comlenin- ers are> frequently those who knit neither socks nor EO "busy, are'they deTnouncing any sufiplclon ot reinissncsa ID real .There is fid censii re'forthcoming from one fjuarlcr' at nny'ratc.: Eohlicrs, consid- ered losers by this new fashion, never Don't Want to rf scvin have more of horror in three years lhan men have rrail about lifetime.' Many of fitcin have Men captured." v and >eca nrert from the Huns. Thay have been in villages where the deat! lay in [dies nd not even thw v.OiTiirii were ed. Tlioy have been present while In- wcre, worked upon :heir mothers. They have seen men 3-.ang- eil, shot, .bayoneted, and "fiiins to roast in burning'houses. Tlie pfc- turcs of :nll these thttiga hang in their "Xlght ip the trouhlC30me Tlie children hide-under their'beds rlth tc-rror, have to go [he rounds continually. If the child ren would only cry, they would warning. JJul I tie lead they creep ai.tntly out between the and crouch against the floor cans on n phlar, with a hack: ro'und of heavy There, too, yoji will find tha stuff- ed birds and standing on the family album, that ponderous faded aunts and uncles that shuts with a brass latch like a chicken horsehair and red plush chnlrs, stiff ns (rrcnadiers, two easy chairs, about as easy as the thumb- screw or racbj find a ditto sofa, on which father digests his Sabbath rallona; these are tht largest items ot furniture. There will aTso be a round table with a decided list' to port. In to the.enlarge men Is art is. represented by an engraving >f "Khnpinc Uic Bay Mare." of "The Hlajj at or "When the Hcati Is liic Infant Samuel, photos of Aunts Eliza- beth, and Louisa, each .tanrJiJis btfore a rustic Kale with a basket of cardboard flowers woVnideil j us t forgive. tdttcV.it 'to any one .of those dear hoys up there in Muskoka, and there nrc.n lot of them, whether wearing the blue band, gold slripes for woundiS, the "red of the o'rJginal Kirsts.'pr WHO Service stripes, ench and everyone falls for1 Ihc gay sweat- er and thti adoration that accompart' H-' Having Time of Lives AND in hand, or rather arm in a .the cheerful swealer and the popularity of the returned soldier" Roys' back with honorable scars, proudly by their sis- ters, soon find that the adoration of some soldier's sister hns-Tnorev aroiis witn tnc itimi By MAY BOS MAX' ON SCRIPT Is .top cry women to-day. There Is Jltlle or no realiza-' tion on this side ot tho Atlantic oC of British Ihit has t-xken place In tho last three years and eleven months, or a full. appreciation of the n eight of this vrar1 That has-been borne1 bj England of Frandc "hied 'man propaganda, say the French and rc-uirhtd or r is writtcn.df Urltain's heavy The nomen of J nglanl however j X) that the irnle population their They they tho waste, t Twenty-four wives ofvlord, lieuten- ants of Scotland and'his Majesty's lieutenants In! Ireland; one hundrsd and twenty-two mayoresses and-wives 'of provosts, besides one miIIfan women in the ranks of British womanhood, and all the members ot the Wnacs, the Wr'cna and the Pen- woman auxiliaries that servo with lhe army, the navy anil Iho flying corps, urged the Oovernmcnt of England conscript all women, either to taka the places of all the. men of Ens- land who have not yet gone to the front, or lo Join servlces'dolng work for the army behind the lines. like Oumb they are v animals! first That Is what lhey are brought T1 UJlltT BY HIS jaOMKTIMES a man's 'enemies with had designs do him less harm lhan-his friends with good intentions. going1 over the top minus the ft ml 50, well never mind, everybody's! happy. The returned soldier hoys tire golnif to have the time of their through roush to There. Is so much sadness; one Their rnoit primitive Inatlncfs lor the beginnings of cleanliness seem In have vanished. Thty hav' been fiihcd our of caves, ruined broken They1 are full of as Iho bepgrr who sat 6utsEdc Dive's' gate, only lhoy have had no dogs lo l their A Hpgijie looks .very well in uniform. ouKhl to pad his legs, flon't you Mother: ''Uut-he Show, 5-ondf Vend I sores. They have lived on offal so long lhat they iiave lhe faces of; the extremely aged. It Off.'. rMIIS is i grouchy world., Ah, mcl A soMont laughs, Wf.y iTon't'ive .iVfrtr tho smile we 'wo in our phplogrfiiihs? s --CJncinnalf KMV' The Familiar Ornaments Iin framed certificate won by Ckorgle when ho "passed Into the ex-seVenlh is another while, according lo father's taste and ig, IhcreVwHl also he n pic- Lure of cither Fred Archer, Queen or Charles Wesley. Music l.a confined to n harmonium or a piano, the repertoire for tfic for- mer Including Sankey pnd for tlie latter the ''Maiden's the "You anu I" tvflllz, L, .wcr's lulor, and the Home Fires [.Ucraturc. iil that, is visible (for yoi: will find loost numbers of the "Quiver" inrdcr 'the sofa cushions) wjll olfor you aft assortment of school "With the Flag to .he of England !n 33 parts, tho History of the In 40 parts, First tmc or tsvo volumes of "Forget Ale Not" anrl ".The Mother'oiGarland." Foxe'" of Martyrs, Hunyan, ami some oC Mrs, All socta of pooplr allowed In drawing-rooms, blii the front in more particular. The doctor wait.i here while the bedroom Is heing tidied. Here, loo, comes the land, lord on rent cTay, Ihc district visitor and the Hut npnrf ftom t ocoasionnl vlsil.i, Iho room Is used only on and for llltlc ties- sle's piano iirnHlce nnd two and thrfie anil four lives at the rcsqrts this The just worship them, and what ce'haa n dahlia icr-and a" liriinbtle'B adoring eyes. So cyEden.t Is the worshipping of the clear boya homo recuperating, whether yon view U veran- dah, a rowbont or. nS latiilch, 'thnt_ (hero cpmes to one plliollo's words lo lhe senate: "She loved nie for llifi U.infiers I had pnased i And 'l loved her that fche did piiy thorn." after all, tbc bright swe.it- everywhere. Is the Bright, elow- ng sweater wrong, or is It a fashion AVhlle invalid foldiers sweptcis hre iTJiV worW Is' f 'fraught with I wonder-if wb Rlioiild merry sweat- er. -The hoys over there arc not be- In? neglected, nnd If bright .woolfl please the eye or malic for happiness, then why complnln.. Out on a pier In Mtiskokd ts carved the name of sol- dier Ipfldic, the inerrical of a'merry group that romped their.Vaca- tion up tho'rV last summer, fie had tho time of his life and contributed largely to the happiness of ;his'.copi- lions, and thia Kilted in France- No, he gave his Mr country, here In Ontario- Denlli onmc In a Rruesome way -when lie was carrylrrff on ns lru_ly ,og.1f. fnllcn wUhlti-the fTtrmari''linea.J are the two most popular features rcfioMa.- laws for conservation nt tho InblG are the uesf. third. The food ;contcrvatlon laws -are being comrclcntloualy ob- t everyone seems to gcOill he" wants, -.There was one man whc just couldn't do without lols of but- .'so he got his wife lo transfer her extra, portion (6 him- the allot- ting of n 'certain porlion of butter1 lo each person seems to me to entail more wnsle llian tlte oM community biitlcr dish, for ninny ilo not use llfcir porllon, hul H Is mussed up tinfl'ns Hiich tnnrxarlnn would Hiifficfr. Millar (s apportioned Individually, "ami Ihinh there Is ,1 srcat saving "Uicrthy, for llic sugar 'rcrnonsibllily seems more. wcFghtlly one pridco himself on golrrff without. Where powdered sugar la deemed necessary, It Is passed by a we rfgrt-t Ihe gay, ..siKrl summer 6n thfil jnndc he wcnl 'per ad maid who first Inriulrts: "Will .you nncl you most always won't, or a Very; very The incal law la the most unsettling cf all, lipwevcr, ris most re- sorls dinner In the mWcllo of the Aiy, Dinner al night would mean ,1 complete rearr.ineins of lhe hotisc- end, find help Is neither so plentiful nor jet so obliging Kml stich a 'ejmnga rquM .rfadlly' mnnased, The chief so far as' I Into Caiilc is Jn'llic It hia put crazy lo aWde by tho IA for everyone la Just ;