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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 0, 1918 YHE LKTHBRTDGK OAtf.Y HERALD PAGE NINE o FOOD BOARD FLASHES. FOR FEMININE FOLK 't I.e dernier crl in Paris ia for Milady to carryJier Hay portion. oE sugar In a little rotated or -enamelled ca3o and u few drops of nillk ill a decorative lllllo bottle attached to her chatelaine when she goes visiting, lu this way she save3 lier hostess embar- rassment of depleting her own limited stock. In England, where oven the exigenc- ies ol war havo not precluded five o'clock tea. If plain litite cakes arc served at the afternoon meal, there Is no sweet for dinner By fluch means fe the balance cvancd up. o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES vhom are: Tho arwick Male Quartette, ilic CiuHalto the Hampton Court SiiiReri, the iScago Indies Orvbcstrn, Glen Welle .avers, and- Balmer'a Kaffir Jloya The ticltct tlint admits lo ;hese days ot inslructfve Joyous enter inment under the CttaiUrniqua ten not 525.00. reader, i: ou have to fast for 40 days after ards and wear last year's bonncf m't pass this investment. Miss WUIta of ToEOiUo ami Miss relfi of Moose Jaw, are visiting a resent ivltb. their aunl, Pllgrlai Broke Hts Arm Mr. Wiii. Douglas al oac tinie mayo: Taber nnd now resident near Gran D.Ct, had his', arm broken re enlly through a fall from a wagon James, in Taber hoMia'B been in the transport service t Ibe tront tor '.b'e past two years 5: ow ia Uie Hayal Flying Mr. and Mrs. JJ II.' Robinson re irncd MouJay morning Jrom thel ip to the dnfl were accompan id by Mrs. of JTr. Rob ison Florence. The "Women's rnslitu'o of Taber arei -a garilen.'.'iiarly on Saturday i vening in Ihe park in order tol alse funds lo inircliasp wool for the; 'aber men at tho.. front. Ice cream nd other relreshmen'is be EeHeii ram vocal m'usfc endered. The Augllcaii and Mormon picnics eld at the bridgehead'on Wednesday off :mo3t success- uliy. 'Mr.-and Mrs. Howard 1TIH arc pending tho month of August at Banff. j. Mrs. W. F. Kelson ft Lellibridge is vlslHngvthts week at the raanse. On 'Wednosday afternoon a close game of tiaseball was at the ecreatJou grounds between the. Leth- and Taber juniors re- lilting in a win far Uie latter of S lo 4. The baseball event oE the easoii in Taber will happen oil day, August'13th, at 5.30 p.m., when1 he-Taber senior to: hum-1 ilo the pride of the viclorious nine. A number oi binders are.operating n tho vicinity of Taber and by next week cutting will, bo; geperal. Most of the machine's, are.fitted ally for catching the sliort grain, Citizens are asfced foi1 a generous display of flags and bunting next week .n honor oE our Chautauqua visitors, uid Mr, Pumpman do your best to teep our taps full of cold, pure water so that no one will :be tempted to chase- the bootlegger wilh a Un dollar bill, and if you could furnish the wat- er cart man ivilh enough water- to sprinkle" the streets morning: and af- lernpon It ivould bo Davy poy, be specially tho cattle out of sight as Mr. Herbsman with bo snooping _ ,1 London, England', August BalfoUu in the' lioui'e last night, asked the pacifists whelhcr they'wish- ed to hand back