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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY. AUGUST M, 1018 THE LETHBIUDGB DAILY PAGE NINB CLARKE'S BIG DRY GOODS STORE OPEN SOON WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE Many New Uricsjfof Pleasures To He Taxed, if Recommen- dations Followed London, Aug. rftwrt issued by tlio luxury tax cottimltti'C rei-oiii- mends that whatever the prk-t- jjild [for iheui. a tax should bo uu jew- elry, precious stones, ivlvi-t, I clothing, perfumes, cosmetic.-, yurJjts.j lioasure boats, motor pictures. iculjitures, enrio J, ani and of her musical ujalrii.'iicnts. bil- ,iard tables, Held and oiK-ra quors aoil cordials. It 1s recommended that a tax should be paid on for accom- modation in hotels, clubs, chmnbors and ayarUnenls, sjictifk-d prices arq exceeded and .on, e'.othipy above certain prices. For men's .--hoes will IIP- allowed to be paid and tor women's shoes 35 shillings. Other prices arranged are for women's hals. 35 Ehillines; for niea's Jiats IS sJiH-, lings. Eight guinpas for men's suits i and seven guineas for t-us-j lumes. Articles for personal u.-e also are lo be taxed, as .well as household tur- niluro above certain prices, fifij- guincas-being the limit for suite furniture. Iv I> FISHING. I fishing ;As ofl such days aiuieai, cairy the most tempting uait And latest'rod and reel. Arntf 1 have all iiatlence, loo anyono could 'wish; ut though I strlvo my best. I tail tiring home any fish. Now It was different years ago Li When I was Willie's 'd seek, (ho riffles and the nooJca wiedoiri of the sage bent pin and a crooked stick ..Would often answer then; I share llio tale of alt ly fellow fishermen r .j- Now fishing is I ween t thi-lrfis'in youthful hat denied to me, But Willie understands, when IlMucfc pursues, I'd give world to know ]3ust how a certain urchin fished', t So many years ago. PERSONAt v> .51153 Ombra Hicks is vfsiling for at Ijakes, V, JMrs, X N. Kennedy and Mlsg lolhy arc Iho fjuesls ot Jurlso and ?.Ir, J. A. Jackson on their through from Iho coast. Mfss Kate lirodfe is visiting at New. Dayton. i c .Mias R Wentiel of Droolts, Alia., Is tbe guest of Miss B. 31. Garrison. Mrs. A. R Johnson has returned to her home in Harons. Miss Viola Green wag a visitor in Jlagrath at tho bcgfnulag of the uesk, Sir. U A. Pelger left at the begin- ning of tho week for New York. S. Khapjien was a visitor last week with his family in Blairmore. A Jessie? SIcFarlano from Cay- ng'ji, Onl., is visiting Mrs. Ave. A. for a few days. Wellington left "at lite beginning of the week to spend a holiday at Tractor. .Mrs, P. L. iVaismith and her son, Andrew Naismith; il.C., are visitors at (lie coael. Mias Helen and Master Sfuart VVright have returned froni visitinE lliclr aunt la Medicine "i i The friends of JFIJton Hicks will be pleased to hear that ho has success- fully passed -bis entrance, csamlna tlons in Calgary. Jlra. W. R. Howson and her. little .daughter of Edmonton, who bavo been i How Your Neighbor Ends Her Corns HAVE you noted .how uncommon corns are hawadays? That pained not very often seen. The reason lies in Blue-jay, which .millions have easy, gentle, scientific way to forever end. corn. t Those corn-free folks don't pare coriis, They dtiri't merely them. They don't use old-time treatments, harsh and mussy. Ihe guests of Miss Wimiifreu'HySEOp for tho past are leaving to- night tor Fernie, 0. Hiss Mamie Brooks, who has been laid up for some'time with a broken collarbone has gone to ber'parents home In Tnber ituring her convales- cence. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES He- MUNITIONS IN CANADA OX SCALE OUawa, a gigan- tic-scale arc :the operalloiis in Can- ada- tbo imperial jiiimitlons board Is ihilicateci in an ofrichi] s'attnnent tbat llio total valuev of .contracts [or shells, raw materials a.ntl of various kinds up to liny 31 Xo less than had been paitl ouron account ot tliese orders by the board to the same dale. Ot this shells accounted the total number of, sheila produced In Canada to the' end of May ueins These shells range in wiibre (rom 18i ponntler. and the 4.5 hack of Uic front line, Where tlio licavies liolil forth in their deadly duel with the BOW ISLAND (From The Reyieft'.) Dan Potferson. Geo. Fisher, Alex Jfur- ray.and Qle Lumler, all of Mrs. Carter's section of the :Jiahs will meet with Mrs. Schidtz, 1419 5tli Avenue nortb on Thureday night at S o'clock. were charstid -before Police .Magfs- SUBl lsr The secretory Sir Alexander Gull Chapter I. O. D. E. lias receivcfl Ihc S., Aug, 7, 10IS. I want to thank the Sir Alexan- der Gait Chapter for their kind1 donat- ion of 4S pairs of socks which arriyeil safely anil were put Into kit bags. Tliey are by now-being worn and giving .pleasure and comfort fo some of.our'bravo Jack Tars. With kind regards, Yours sincerely, Elinor M. Anuitage, POC. Sailors' Comforts: WEDDINGS PERKINS The marrlaeo o( Mr. Frank Seller Lund ot Dedcliff, Alberla, anil Maud Perkins, of Bow Inland, SUES took place on Saturday, August lOfb, at Medicine -Hut. Rev. J., A. Clait'pn, IKTforincw'the RECIPES FOR JAM MAKING ed lands. In eacn tlelendants were assessed' the costs of the pro- secution anjl warned that a second of- fence meant a fine of fifty dollars. Henry of Burdetthad a siral lar" charge preferred agafnst. hlui and to pay ibd Alex. B. Canning, of Grassy Lake, was brought up on July 10th on a charge of assaulting Henry B. Sickles of the same town. The case ivaa dis- r Gus Brummond of Bow Island was charged -on July 13th with interfering with, cattle impoiinileJ by W. 11 Schonort, poundUeoprr, and was or- dered "to pay the. costs of court. 1 of Bow Ste- phaii Schmiiit'of miners, were 'Charged with (ailius to make monthly returns, as provided by Sec. 42 of Act. These tions were mane following a complaint laid by the Mines Inspector, .M. John ston; and both were found guilty and fined and costs. For permitting a band, of sheet) to wander on private property, S. Hoslid a sheep herder of Hurdclt, .was finer and costs.r When a coin appears they wrap with a torgct !t. (It never pains Igaln. I In two days, usually, tnreorn Only rare, t tough coma need a second application. The way is simple, easy, quick. It is righf and scientific, A noted evolved it. And It Is made by a world Timed sutgkil dress- ing house. Don't keep paring and protecting cornsi de- I.earn how Blue-jay does it. It will be a.rendition.' After that lest you will never again let a corn annoy Make the test tonight. Yetk Canadian housewives shotifd mafce all the Jam, they can this year hut they should do EO with a minimum of sugar. In order that Ihe maximum Use may be made of our frnll crop- this year-. In parts of CntindR3VhpHse. wives are aalied to use no larger prd- portion of sugar than la needed ,for preserving nnd jam mafcing. :ThcKC re cipes havo been prepared by experts, having in mind the use of those, pro- portions of stsgor .which will give the berl results. No more sugar Is required than the amounts slated In the reci- pes given below; j Currant Jelly 4 Iba. Current Julco; 1 lljs. sugar; i Doll Iho cnrrnnt Juice without the ang- R.r nbout ten minutes, or until the qunnlity Jg reduced, }Ieal Ihe.sufar in the oven, and add when very hoMo Iho liquid, so lhat tho temperature wlil not ho greatly reduced. When all JR dissolved, bring to a boll again, and continue from three lo tlvo minutes. Tesi, when done remove and put a way In unsealed Jars. When cool, seal wHh meHcd paratfln. Apple and Plum Jdrrl 4 Ibs. crab apples; 4 Ibs. plums; G Inn. sugar. Cut Iho crab apples Into quarters and coofc In Jual sufficient 'ivaler lo extract the. Juice. Strain through a- double cheese cloth, -an ft add Lhc sugar to the crab apple jutfie, I'ul over the (ire. and bring to a boll, Btfr unffl tho sugar Is melted. Tricn add the tilnms, and boil uulll Ihe phi arc thoroughly cooked. Other apples enn be used If he not obtainable, but on SMALL LANDING PARTY. London, Tuesday, Aug. American forco which participated in the ,landing and subsequent- opera tlon3 of nllicd contJngenta at Archan Augnst 2, followibs-ithe over or tho government in this Rus sian district, comprised a small land ing parly .from a TJniteil States cruls er, it was announced today. SSm lute' 2Sc and cores DO accouiiL nuist'thc r t.iken awjiy, as the pectin 3s con- lined largely in tho corea, and r, under the skin, Any sivect plum can te for jam, Tho Damson U rjiillo sallBracfory.? f <3 l n i EL The winner at the largo suck of Montevideo. Aug. 12-Coi Hour v, Well Ihe llasris Milllni! Co. J ani( ilcrc virtually are on cxbitiiljon at tbe Taber fair last week was G. B. Schmidt. The sack contained 487 Iba. and 12 ounces ommcTca ally are paraly- today as the result of a general strike which has been in progress for several days, ami has, developed In and Mr. Sthmldl guessed 4RS Ibi between the ami the Guesses were made by out of town visitors from all parts of Hie province. Tho guesses ranged from 19S tfjs. to JSJiO Ibs. There were gueasss alto- gether: Follqwing.lB :a. report oj.lho.nunv lier of fibsptfal days at tbe Tolier hos- pital -for six months'ending Juue nave, been distributed as town east of Eureka SS, McLean municipality 23S, of -Mcheau 44, unoreanizeJ ter- ritory n. j Tho provirictal government grader] plant was in Tauer for a couple of! days last the result thai] Hull and Russell avenues were grad-j ed, and a great Improvement made in those streBls._ R.-J. Lee position, aa district mine inspector, with head- quarters at Edmonton, and left on July 2G to take up his new duties. B. Nugent succeeds him as manager of the Hock Springs mine. ami iJoliceA''All the business houses are closed. transport "Djemah, ot 371G. tons, has been torpedoe-1 li Urn MeUiterranean, plums and sugar together In a nre serving kettle over Hie fire, Svltli just sufficient water lo slnrt tlio couk fas. Boll gently until Hie fruit Is ihor dughly' coolicil. Stir S3 little, as pos slble. Raspberry Jam raspberries; 6 Ins.'sugar. Pic! raspberries anil put the sug ar on., fret.the'fruit remain thig wo over night. In the tb kettle over tho fire, and bring th contents to a boil slovvly.'sllrrlng un 111, all tho. sugar la dissolved. The iook" without stirring nnlH the quan-.l tlty 10 reduced, and until, when tested on ft cold plflte, the Janl Is found to bo sufficiently Ihtck. Raspberry Jam With Currant" Juice lus. of fruit; 1 Ib. or 1 pint of red iulce; 6 Ihs. sugar. Follow DIB sa'mo dlrccllons as for BtiBpberry Jarn, 'but. because of tho Juice ot the currant that Is 11 will reriuire a'liltlo longer as some of the wolBr Jrlll hare to be evaporjled, Ihs. hard p'ears; 4 Its. sugar) J pint'vinegar; -1 oz. bruised ginger root; 1 lemon; 2 oz. alick cinnamon; 2 tablespoons whole cloves JPeol, (liiarier and coro tlio Mako a Rynip of vinegar and aufi'ar. Put spices and- ginger root In '8 cheesecloth hag and boil Iho syrup for leri mlnulca Add )be pears and lomon rind.grated. Coolt until llio oro soft. Hempvo pcnrs from syrup and PAfJj; Iherj In hot Jars. Boll Hie syruft fowju When thick, add It.lo the hMt In llo jars. Seal while hot, careful p-oro than you need. Uso Jus! 'en____ Observe the food Board's regulations. In this there will ba enough for everybody. scones fn.. Samoia. Snmonhn mats Jars, were used on the floor in the place of chairs and the participants sat upon them with legs crossed the same ;ia the falanderi.'Poe and ava, tlellcloits Hamcnian dishes, survtsu 011 a'l spe- cial occasions ou the Islands were served together with bananas and co co nutsr which were feasted upon n tbo old native style.' An interesting program out, enjoyed by nil .pres- ent. Experiences on the telaml "were related by the elders, probably tho most Interesting of which were thoso of Win. Low, of Cardst'ou, chairman- of who hail -filled a] niisstbh'on .'ilio island over 25 years ago, whflii tho islandergJived In Ihelr native state, prior lo adopting tho! of cvitizdtlon. Among those i present Mr. and Mrs, Low, i PINCIIER CREEK Tlie Echo.) The marriage tif Sergeant S. II. Kis- truck, of tho Saskatchewan Provin- cial Polica Force at-St. Albert, to Louise Sinclair, of, jBIafrmore, solemnized, at'Pincher Creeh on Mon- day evening Out of twelve students who wrote for the Grade XI Department Kiain- (nation, here, nine have passed suc- cessfully and two comlltionaHy. There was only one failure. This is ,lntly a remarkable record and we are quite nroud of our-'leaching staff and On Wednesday quite a number of men from town were sur- prised to find themselves very siidrtenr ly heading for a pralrlo fire, ,wliJch had on ths old IleoryL nanrit- p Consiable Regan" was told ol tbo Kirkby's Special For Thursday, Raspberry Buns 40c Thursday 2Oc LUNCHES, AFTERNOON TEAS ICE CREAM PARLOR Kirkby Co. 60S Thfrd Avenue nnU Tanner Brouri, Sirs. T. Brown, Mr. ami Sirs. Jolra Xclson and Horace Brown of Card- slon, Miss Sarah 5Ierrll ol 1111) Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilb and lilllc .Karnonlan dauglilcr tlial they adopted on tlio laatid. and Mr. find Mrs. Tbos. 'Court, ot Haj-inonil, 'Mrs. DavM'.WIl- cox and daughter, -Myrtle, and Miss Viola Oreen, of Lelhbridge, nnd Mr. and Mrs. O. A.' Wooloy, o[ Magralh. RENEGADE RUSSIAN LEADS .Washington, Aug. anil Austrian- former prisoners operating in are commanded by the roiiegade uusalan genoral. Von wlio, at llio.beginning of Ihe war, was removed from his rtusslati commaftd, on account o( his proOerraan send- inents.. COMPULSORY SERVICE; CUBA i Havana, .Aug. Slcn- bcafelaat higlit slgnfil Iho cbmnnlsory mtlilary service biff which becornes el- oncp." All jnalo Cnbih'.cll- 'Izens. kecs ol. 21 and. It, IfldilBlvc, are liable (or Tuesday, Sept 3 Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting ready. Bern now to plan for TUESDAY, September 3 the date of our Fall Term Opening The bligeslthlng yoii-Klll d'o in lite-nM be to get af, education (hat will help yon a good living, reasonably easy. Ask for FilEB CATALOGUE and ready to start your course Tuesday, September 3, Gar but t Business College LETHBRIDQE OFFICE PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1M1 ;