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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / TITK IIF.IJAT.D VOME IHiblic. Seven roonia are lunv I'lilllod Cor piiMlc use. At firs! ihc iniL'ilc ilM not reallr.c tliat tlu-ro �as a�-H;:i!Iy opiiortuiilty I Iwvv for tlio iM-i\aU' fami!>" to store I ten pninuls of luittcr or si.v dOKOii ! t\i-i;s for as many wooUs or nionths j as ncoo bi\ Imt Uie task ot pcrsu.iil-; iiig folks to palroni/.o this "gift of Cold'il"^ (fit;) foils" was not clifflcuJI. I Meat, iioultry anil fisli morcluinls. j'icalcrs in bnllcr am! egns. fruits anil vctritabU's In >arions parts of the _ i city wor.' tiio first to take advantaKC rtrtrc VOC r\1 ilTC C\I \I I i''''^ ^'''-''^ itnunailon. Then eaine r i-hb. AKL ljUl 1 L OlVlALl-.l., f^^Hl of c.istom from hotels. -- 1 ciiilts aii'i ctniunission "I'ct Profit Is Made-People C;\n Buy Food When It Is Cheapest and Stoit; It. A PUBLIC ICE BOX WOULD HELP OUT CITY HOUSEWIVES Cleveland's Municipal Storage Plant Is Laigcl.v Used by City's Women. GINGHAM SKIRTS WITH SPORT HATS Form One of the Latest Fads- Many Stunning Effects are Seen. COLOR COMBINATIONS lis ;-,v Gr..\rK JOHNSTON". \I-:r,Y siason lirin^'s villi 1.^ own liil'ficnltios. oaoh f-ctni-' ir.i;l> more tryini; than tl'.o ;,is!. Uat c\ea heforo the uar prici-pitaleii 11 p.'rpitnal round of proh-Jenis upon ns Toronto luuise wives suncu-loit with thi in.-xciciiiiaey of tlio family refrii;or.i;.ir. Asii'ie fro[r, a ooniije of shelves, two by four, insiti--. >r, an ieo chest which stands in an oiirhratod kitOhcn. the fiat-iiwcning lioiisowifo lias ahfoltilc-;y no eool p'ace for storins food, and the aiiarlnjciit i-.o'.ise family is,not much bcti'.r off :r. this regaid. There is no roo! i-anned fren in the matter of eggs. A i nnmb..r of lionsowiies were induced to use ilie lockers for the storage of eirgs at u time when prices lu"ul taken a tumble .ifter a season ot per-.sistent and f l.imbi.tyant climbing. iSonie CicvoJand families in conse-(liienee werv ciiing eggs that rea- ;-;n�, ; in which to keep ji'-n when only the cremo de hi crcn^e i's .,ra ve-etabl.-s tdckles i "f wealthy colony could Ks .u.d M,e.aui. l'"-'"-^. ';i:ford to buy tliem at the market. The storage of eggs proved so satisfactory that other housewives were anxious to try the public refrigerator. Kggs seenud to be tiie chief interest, bin before long other per-K-h.ablc focds were put away also. It was found that on another i>recious- mnst be bought hand to mouth, by -^-�;pUl commodity, buiter. a con.sid- erablo saving could bo effected by far the most expensive way to pur- ,,., ^1^^. ^.^j..., p^,^ .^^oi-nelousc lines are featured in these frocks which arc made very simple, many of them are even without collars-I Blue delft yarn Is worked into dc-I sign through the mesh of a tan tricot do lalnc. forming a wide knee border, cuffs and collar. Bands of knitted ' silk, knitted in the fabric, arc also very effective, a grey suit of the material having: a purple silk hem to the skirt proper, and ends ot novelty collar-sa.sh. The latter on n loose coat with vestee of the knitted silk, passing over one shoulder after encircling the throat, comes down the side and goes twice around the waistline. Collar, pockets and' cuffs of a top coat made of it receive the brush process and are fuzzy. Frin^o edges of' the sash of this model, whicli SWEATERS, FOOD LAWS AND HEROES How You Can Grow Miniature Trees Divide the Attention of the Folks at tlicj Summer Re- ' sorts This Year. SWEATER QUESTION Fieceivcs^Much Attention-Is ll XVrong to Knit Sweaters Instead of Socks? Premier Hearst Opening Beck Memorial Home Premier Hearst and T,ad^ Hearst at the Opening of tlio lleck Memorial Home at the I'onsumptio* Sanatorium at Byrou. Out. FRENCH ORPHANS Extremely Pitiful Sights American Hospital for Homeless Children. at L' a cent pound for the first month and one-1 J'lraight line, unlined and clinging, eighih of a cent a pound for each i vi/-j o eft month thereafter. BeVries mid s.iiall i Wide Kange Ot Color* fruits are stored at seven cents a ! month for a crate�Mf tw'vnt^-four quarts. Besides thi* provi.sion for long storage at the above rates, one room in the municipal refrigerator is set aside for short storage. Here the people may store food during bi'ief periods of three to fiftoendays. The i j\ N"OTHEI{ coat has grey t*d tan I / i. stripes on grey arranged down left side front ot the skirt section, and arouncVthe bottom, corresponding with the collar and cufis on a plain grey coat. Russian blouse lines are carried c^hargcs for this short storage are ' '-^ ot ''O-ie color tricot ;ie lEUT. CONINGSlti' DAWSON tells of visiting an American Red Cross hosiiital for children in l''raiice in the current issue of '^ooa..J^i>,usekeepins. Ho tolls of these small sufferers as follows: "Through villages swarming with troops and packed with ordnance we arrived at an old caserne, which had been converted into tlie chlUIren's hospital ot the district. It is in char.ijo of one ot the first of .'Vraerica's children's specialists. "Here are five hundred little jin-tie'nts. This barracks converted into a hd.-ivital i.^ full of i)abics, the youngest being only six days old when i was there. Many of the chiMren have no jiarents. Olliors Mi.-ive lost their mothers; their fathers only a few cents a day. but in no case are goods accepted 'at A. lower charge than ten cents. Ability Rewarded J^ORD LEVERHULME is an onter-tainin.g speaker- 1-ately at a meeting' he was expatiating on the necessity of each man doing his very best, and said it was his belief that ability was bound to be recognized and get its due reward, whether in the field or factory. He then told ;i story c: a cannibal chilt who had "conveited" a missionary into an Irish stew. The repast evidently did not agree with the f chief, wlio had to leave the royal table rather hurriedly. "That," said Lord I.cverhulnie. "is exactly my theory. Yon can't keep a good man down." laine. having a border of blue andi�i'-' serving in the-trenches. Doctor's Orders "l^YH"^' ''"^ 5'ou use such a long cigar-holder?" asked Smitli. "The doctor told nie to keep away from tobacco," replied .Jones.-Cincinnati Enquirer, tiny blue btitton.s down the left side. -V wide ratine of colors is shown but. as usual, right now, navy is very good, with brown strong in dresses, also in suits- The different shades of grey and all tan shades are good, including reindeer. Smart chapeaux for early fall wear are also busying the heads of exclusive hat shops, who slate that Marquise and tricorne shapes are to be in the Ic.id with wings as the prominent trimming. Shapes as a whole show a remarkable tendency toward these two styles. Foints there are in nhtmd-ancc, anywhere from one to five being nothing unusual at all. Shaiies also incline more lo the medium and , the small hat thaM the very large, andij it seems that the upturned brim i.'i-'of most ImiJOrtance. I'abrlcs employed are principally velvet of angora panne, with heaver stripe or angora and duvetyn used at times in combination with the velvet, i.'olors tend to the darker shades almost entirely- There seems some disposition to bring out a bright red in the imported models. There are, however, three good shades of brown that look very probable for the new .season- the red brown- the nigger brown, and the wood. Then the greys, navys and blacks will, no doubt, sup-Ply the other most iiopular need. "The unchildlike stoicism of these children is apiialling. I siient two , , r , , , I standing on the fami y al nim days among them and heard no cry- s have to go the rounds continually. It the children would only cry, they would -' warning. Hut instead they creep silently out from between the sheets and crouch against the floor like dumb animals! That is what they are w' first they are brought in. 'J'helr most primitive Instincts j lor the beginnings of cleanliness seem lo have vanished. They hav been fished out ot caves, ruined dugouts, _ broken liou'jes. They are full of skin dlsoftses as the hegsrr who sat outside Dives' gate, only they have had no dogs to Mali their I sores. They have lived on offal so long that they have the faces of the cxtremoly aged. aunts and uncles that shuts with a brass latch like a chicken house. I'^ur horsehair and red jdush chairs, stiff as grenadiers, two easy chairs, about as easy as the tluiml,-screw or the' rack, anil a ditto sola, on which father dig-ests his Sabbath rations; these are the largest Itoma of ftirnitiirc. There will also be a round table with a decided list to port. In ruldilion lo the enlargements art Is reiircsenled by an engraving of "Shoeing the Day Hare," aiiotl^-r of "The Slai? at Day," or "When the Hea-i. is Young," lithograi>hs a! I lie Infant Saniui'l, photos of Aunts l.''.llza-lietli, ileni;ictta and Louisa, each standing before a ni.'Ulc fratc with a basket of cardboard flowers and a Sim 1)0'.'. l!y FllANCES HtlCKLEV. UST got hack from a most onjny-T able week' in Miiskoka- Our *f, liotel was well filled, but the greater nunibcr were sadly cmtit.v. One had only three guests, others none anil one heretofore poiidar resort appeared closed. This season the two most popuhii features of the Lake of Bay., ap;iar to bo sweaters and returned soldiers, and 1 must say the two .-'.r;! closely related. The sombre hued socK" is ousted from Us first place of last >i'ar by the viviil .wools that tire transtormeil by busy fingers and stout celluloid needles into the snugly smart slip-over thinsTs so tremendously in vogue. Hero the dull neutral tint of a soldier's soek, always with ;l background of electric h'tie, .Vmerica'.i Beauty, or rose and nio.-o rose, makis Itself conspienoiis by its inficquency. 1 iniKlil add that there is little sock knitting that Is not llius baekgrounded, rose shades lead-in-r. Kvcry verandah is a riot of color, � evcr.N'one,' exci'iit the \'cry sr-\'ere person; seemingly pos=:;ssed of a mad ijesire to- finish .a sweater. Wool Is discussesj. Just as thoroughly as ever, but it's now Minerva. Good Shepherd. Jlonarch and Angora tr;at have the iiri-ferencc. They may b.m its export into ('anail.-i, Init An.gora loves tlio I anadiaii girl and dO'.';' not fail her when It comes time lor knitting the collar. Of cour.4c. there are many r:yi.sons advanced for knitting sweaters, th ' main one hi in,,- lhat one just has lo have 'one and it Is cheaper lo knit than buy; besides what's the sweater '.vool manufactured foi; anyway'.' Naturally there are a number of severe ladies who condemn the pi-.-ictlcc most determinedly, but I doi.ljt If anyone of them can beat one record of a mother from  ant Ontario town who knit so many socks that the society found difficulty in keepin,; ho;-suppllcd with wool- .Can we ..ay she ncgleo'ts the bo.vs overseas becauF" she "is now-I'olaxing with the aid of! a lapful ot rose wool. The condemn-crs are, frequently those who knit neither socks nor swe;Ll.ers, so busy are they denouncing any suspicion of reinis.sness In real workers. There is no censure forthcoming from one quarter at any rate. Soldiers, considered losers by this new fashion, never utter a protest; for waste of time or waste ot wool, whichever^vou wl.ih, the result is so liewltching � the wounded laddie . just forgivoVi and takes it to heart. Ask any one ot those dear boys up there in iMuskoka, and there arc a lot of them, whether wcarln.q: the blue band, grold stripes for wounds, the red of the Original Fir.st.s. or blue -Service stripes, each and everyone falls for the gay sweater and the adoration that accoinpan>-les it. FOR main; centuries the .Taiian^so have cToscly guarded the secret of growing miniature trees. B.v, follotvlns tho plan hero described,, diminutive trees with little trouble, however, almost any one can ralso; Oct a few large, thick-aklnnod or-' angcs and halve them. Remove Iha pulp and cover tho outsldo of the' skins wIHi thick shellac. That will, keeii the skin from shrinking. T'll! Iho skins with fine, rich soil, niul plant therein a seed of whatcyer tree, you wish to raise-^^or, rather ,twa or throe seeds, lo ensure nt least onrt good specimen. Make a stand ot some: kind so lhat the growlnB tree can bo kept In an upright position, and set' the plants where they will got plenty of sun; but do not ket^p them In a' room that is likely to become over-' heated. Water them regularl.v, butt not too profusel.v. .\fler a time thui. roots Will begin to come through tho orange pool. When that liappcns,-, cut the roots oft flush with the outer surface of the orange jicel, but be' careful not to injure the film ot shellac. It Is tho cutting of the roots that stunts the tree. When the tree has ro.'iched maturUy, yon can trans-' for 11 to a more attractive holder. Cimlfers such as cedars, pines ami cryplomcrias can be readily stunted; so also can other evergreens, as ilex and Citrus trifoli.ttav Some inlniaturo' cedars have been known to last more than 500 years. Fruit trees, sucli nsi the ora!igc and the iiliim, lilossont' and bear perfect fruit. i Conscript Women A Cry in Britain Ills Raised by the IVomeii Who are Doing Their Bit. ii Cos: cr> H Having Time of Lives A.ND in hand, or rattier arm in Ry MAY BOSMAN-CjNSCltll'T women'" la the y of British women to-day. There is little or no rcallza-' lion on thl.s side of tho Atlantic ot the detifruction ot British ra.an power that has taken place In tho last three years and eleven iiaonths, or a full .'ipiircciation'of the weight ot this war that has been borne by England: Wo hear ot I'^ranco "bled ivhlto"-Qer-man propaganda, say the French and returned war workers-but illtio or nothing' is written of Britain's heavy sacrifice. Tho women ot En.gland, liowcvcr, know that the male jiopulatlon of their country is being sadly depleted. They would, if they could, stop tho waste. Twenty-lour wives of lord llculcn-ants ot England, Scotland and his JIajcsty's lieutenants in Ireland; one htmdrid and twenty-two mayoresses and wives of provosts, besides one million women In the ranks ot British womanhood, and all tho members ot tho Waacs, the Wrens and the Penguins-those woman auxiliaries that serve with tlie army, the navy and the flying corps, respectively-have urged the Ciovernment of England to' conscript all women, either to take tho idaccs of all the men ot England who have not yet gone to tho front, or to join services doing work for the army behind tho lines. T A Mis-"under�tanding" T-^'"*'.'"^ 'f^,'^';"^'''"V^nl��'l!n. I'Ul-'-r-he ought to imd liis -k-ys, ilun'l yon think'." I'unU Motlier: "i3ut-lie DOESl'-I'assiiii; Show, i.oudi - . , It Comei Off '�JUIIS is a grouchy world. Ah, me! A felipw seldoni lauglus. Why doirt"vvO:,\vpa'r the smile that wc use III our pholo�raphs? . r-Clnclnnull Eiiqu"-.'.1 ""^ H"''-^'- '��>'"' The Familiar Ornaments nil framed certificate won by deorgle when he passed into tho ex-seventh is another certainty; while, .Tccording to father's taste and upbringing, there/will also he a (ilc-turc ot aither l''rcd Archer, tjueon Victoria or Charles Wesley. Music ;s confined lo a harmonium or a piano, the lepertoiro for tfie former Including Sankoy jind Moody, for the latter the "Jlalden's Prayer," the "Yon and I" waltz, l.'i AVer's tutor, and "Keep the 'Home Fires Burning." Literature, ell that is visible (for yoi: will find loose numbers of the "Quiver" under 'the sola cushions) will offer you an assortment of school prizes, "With the Flag lo rretorla,'" the History of England In ;I0 iia'ils, tho History of the World in 40 parts, ".lesslca's I'^lrst Prayer," one or two volumes of Dickons. "l''orgot Me Not" and "The Mother's Garland." Foxo's Book of Martyrs, Bunyan, and some of Mr.s, Henry Woofi. All souts of people arc allowed In drawing-rooms, but the front jinrlor is more particular. The doctor waits here while tho bedroom Is heing tidied. Here, too, comes the landlord on rent day, the district visitor and the pai'Ho'.'. '3ut niiart from those occasional visits, tho room Is used only on Sundays, and for little Bessie's piano piacllce ("Onri and two am! tho popularity of the reliirned soldier- Boys back with lionornblo scars, proudly iiaraded by their sis-tors, soon find that the adorallon of some lellow soldier's sistcn' lias more piquancy, along with the thrill of goln,'-,'' over the tofi minus the danger, and so, well never mind, everybody's | liaiijiy. The reluiiKUl soldier boys are going lo have the time of ttrcir lives at the resorts this simnper. 'I'he gii'ls jurl worship them and what chance has .a follow against a dahlia sw(5ater and a brunette's adoring eyes. So evident is the worshipping of tho dear boys homo rcouperaling, wliollicr yon view It from.tho 'verandah, a rov.'lioat or. a', laiihch, that there i^imes to one Othello's words to the senate: "She loved me for the dangers I had passed ' , And 1 loved her thai she did pity them." Perhaps, after all, the bright sweaters Inive a mi.sslon, a .mission tliey am busy fullllllng. Tlie world' is .so fraught with sadness, | wonder if we should scowl down'lhe merry sweater. -The boys over there are not he-In.-? neglected, and If bright wools please the eye or make for happiness, then why complain. Out on u pier In Mnskokit is carvQd tho ntupo of a soldier hidtllo, tho merriest of a merry grouii lhat romped away, their vacation up there last summer. He had lilt; time of his llfo tind contributed largely to tlie happiness of his co^n-panlons^ and this year: Killed In France- .No, he gave his life to Ills country, here in Ontario- Death came In a gruc.'iomo way - when ho was carrying on as truly as If ho had fallen wllhln the tierman ' linns. Do wo i'e:;rel Ihe gay sptils thai nmile his last sumnior on earlh so happy c>;e ho wciil 'iter aapei'a ml iistlui,' iwirr m- iiin fiiii-jnds. t^O.Ml'ri'l.MlCS 11 man's eiicnilc.s with had designs do lilm less harm than his friends with gooil Intentions. through the rough places lo the stars. There is so much sadness; one. meets �i-f everywhere. Is the bright, glowing sweafe.r wrong, or is it a fashion with a. mission? While invalid soldiers and sweaters are the two most iiopular features of the resorts, food law.s that/ mai!o for conservation at the table are the best third. Tho food conservation laws are being conscientiously observed, but everyone seeniH to get .'ill ho wants. Them was one man whq Just couldn't do without lots of butter, so he got his wife to transfer her exii'a portion to him. The allot-ting of a cerlain portion ot litiltor to each iierson seeins to me to entail more waste than the old community butter dish, for many do not use tliclr portion, but U is mussed up ond as such mO.'it be used whore margarine would Kuffico. Sugar Is apportioned Individually, and I think there Is a great saving 'thereliy, bir the sugar responHibilily seems more weightily fell and one prldea himself on gnInU withoht. Whore powdered sugar In deemed necessary, it Is passed by a maid who first Inquires: "Will ^yoii h.'ivo sugar'.'" and you most nhvnya won't, or "just a very, very Utile." , The meat law la the most unsotlllnB of all, however, ns most Mtiskoka resorts serve dinner In tho middle ot the day. Dinner al night would mean a complete rearranging of tho housekeeping end, and help Is neither so plentiful nor yet so obliging that such a change could bo readily managed, 'i'ho chief' atlnlninent, so far as t can see. Is In'thn impctua It has put Into labile talk, for cver.vone la juat crazy to abide by the la ;