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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE LETHBR1DOE DAILY PAGE NINK CLARKES BIG DRY GOODS STORE OPEN SOON WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE Many New Lirtfesiof Pleasures To Be If Recommen dations Followed ropml by tho luxury tax commute rcrom moTuls whatever tlin pulil for a tax should bo livicd on procinus poiisuro motor and other musical bil liard field and opira llfiuors and It 1s recommended dial a ax should be paid on modation in ihimihors and when spccifird prices are exceeded arid aliovo certain for mens hues will he allowed to be and for womens shoes Other prices arranged are for womens shillings for mens is shil guineas for suits and seven guineas for womens cos for personal use also are to bo as well as household fur niture above certain fifty guineasbeing the limit ei tor suite MUNITIONS WORk IN CANADA OX GIGANTIC SCALE 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Vhen I go fishing As oft such days carry the tempting bait And latest rod and nd I have all the too That anyone could wish But though I strive my I fail To bring home any iow It was different years ago I was Willies Id sock the riffles and tho nooka With wisdom of the sage bent pin and a crooked stick Would often answer then now I share the fate of all y fellow tfow fishing is an I ween thrives in youthful Phat knowledge is denied to 3ut Willie when illluck give the world to know Just how a certain urchin fished So many years 4 4 4 PERSONAL Miss Ombra Hicks is visiting for weeks at Waterton Kennedy and Miss Dor lolhy are tho guests of Judge and Jackson on their way through from the Miss Kate Brodle is visiting at New Miss Wentzel of Is the guest of Miss Johnson has returned to her home in Miss Viola Green was a visitor in Magrath at the beginning of the Kelger left at the begin ning of tho week for New Knappen was a visitor last week with his family in Miss Jessie McFarlano from Cay is visiting 6th for a few Miss Meta Wellington left at the beginning of the week to spend a holiday at Naismith and her Andrew are visitors at the Miss Helen and Master Stuart Wright have returned from visiting their aunt in Medicine The friends of Milton Hicka will be pleased to hear that he has success fully passed his entrance examina tions in Howson and her little daughter of who have been the guests of Miss Wlnnifred Hyasop for the past are leaving to night for Miss Mamie who has been laid up for some time with a broken collarbone has gone to her parents home in Taher during her convales Aug a gigan ticscale are the operations in Can ada tho imperial board Is indicated in an official statement that the total of for raw materials and supplies of various kinds up to May was No less than had been paid oufbn account uC these orders by the board to the samo Of this enormous expenditure shells accounted for lie total number shells produced in Canada to the end of May being These shells range in calibre from thoseOf the 18 pounder and tlic howitzerfor back of the front where the heavies hold forth in thuir deadly duel with the SEE THE CARNATION WINDOW AT THE BAY SEE THEM at THE BA Y DONT MISS THE CROCKERY SALE AT THE BAY How Your Neighbor Ends Her Corns HAVE you noted how uncommon corns are nowadays That pained look slippedoff not very often The reason lies in which millions have An scientific way to forever end a Those cornfree folks dont pare They dont merely pad They dont use oldtime harsh and by a worldfamed surgical dress ing Dont keep paring and protecting They are de formities remove Learn how Bluejay does It will be a After that test you will never again let a corn annoy Make the test Limited New York Corn Platters When a corn appears they wrap it with a then forget It never pains In two corn Only tough corns need a second The way is It is rightand A noted evolved And It is made 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Carters section of the Re bekahs will meet with 1419 5th Avenue north on Thursday night at 8 The secretary Sir Alexander Gait Chapter has received the following Dear Madam 1 want to thank the Sir Alexan der Gait Chapter for their kind donat ion of 48 pairs of socks which arrived safely and were put into kit They are by now being worn and giving pleasure and comfort to some of our brave Jack With kind Yours Elinor Sailors 4444444444444444 4 4 WEDDINGS 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PERKINS The marriage of Frank Setter Lund of and Miss Maud of Bow took nlace on August at Medicine performed the 44444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 RECIPES FOR JAM MAKING 4 4 4 Canadian housewives should make all tho Jam they can this year but they should do so with a minimum of In order that the maximum use may be made of our fruit crop this year all parts of house wives are asked to use no larger pro portion of sugar than is needed for preserving and jam These re cipes have been prepared by having in mind the use of those pro portions of sugar which will give the j best No more sugar is required than the amounts stated in the reel pea given below i Currant Jelly 4 Currant juice i sugar Uoil tho currant juice without the sug j HI about ten or until the quantity is Heat the sugar In tho and add when very hot to tho BO that tho temperature will not bo greatly When all is bring to a boil and continue from three to five and when done remove and put away in unsealed When seal with multecl Apple and Plum Jam 4 crab apples 4 plums 6 Cut tho crub apples into quarters and cook in just sufficient to extract the Strain through a double cheese and add the sugar to tho crab apple Put over tho fire and bring to a Stir until the sugar is Then add the and boil until the plums are thoroughly Other apples can he used if crab apples he not hut on uo account nuiEt the skins and cores taken as the pectin is con r ned largely in the and direct under the Any sweet plum can be for The Damson is cQMldWWl quite CIMIM Of acid the Lombard plum will not make a good jam with the proportion of eugar prescribed Plum Jam 8 ti llm Put the BOW ISLAND From The Review Dan Alex Mur ray and Ole ail of were charged before Police Magis trate Brown on August Ui for per mitting their stock to run on cultivat ed In each case tlin defendants were the costs of the pro secution and warned that a second of tence meant a lino of fifty Henry of Bnrdeit had a simi ar charge preferred against him and ordered to pay tlio of Grassy was brought up on July IOth on a harge of assaulting Henry Sickles pf the same The case was dis Gus Brummond of How Island was charged on July 13th with interfering with cattle impounded by and was or dered to pay the costs of Henry of Bow Island aud Ste phah Schmidt of both were charged with failing to make monthly as provided by 42 of the Mines tions were made following a complaint laid by the Mines John and both were found guilty and fined and For permitting a band of sheep to wander on private a sheep herder of was fined 5 and SMALL LANDING American force which participated in the landing and subsequent opera tions of allied contingents at Archan gel on August following the over throw o tho government in this Rus sian comprised a small land ing party from a lUilied States cruis it was announced plums and sugar together in a pre serving kettle over the Hvith just sufficient water to start the cook Boil gently until the fruit is thor oughly Stir as little as pos Raspberry Jam 8 raspberries i Pick over tho raspberries and put tho sug ar Let the fruit remain this way over In the sot tho kettle over tho and bring the contents to a boil stirring un til all sugar is Then cook without stirring until the tity is and when tested on a cold the jam is found to be sufficiently Raspberry Jam With Currant Juice 7 of fruit 1 or 1 pint of red currant juice 6 Follow the same directions as for Raspberry because of tho juice of the currant that is it will require a little longer as some of the water will have to bo Spiced Pears 7 hard pears 4 1 pint vinegar 4 bruised ginger root 1 lemon 2 slick cinnamon 2 tablespoons whole cloves quarter and core tho Make a syrup of vinegar and Put spices and ginger root In a cheesecloth hag and boil Ihe for ten Add the pears and lonion rind Cook until tho years are Remove noars from syrup and Uieiu In hot Boil the syruu lowal When add it to the in ye Seal while eareful Op not buy irore than you llae just enough Observe the Food Boards In this way there will be enough for emeu HELBJWGRIM From Our Own Corresnonflent social gathering that will stand out as uni que in the annals ot Magraths his took place Saturday August at the home of Christian It was n social event out of the or occasioned by the fact that all returned misionaries from the Samonian Islands in havo formed organization with tho object in view of holding a reunion each year to keep alive the missionary re new old and bring back fond memories of the past in the Is where the Canadian elders have a mighty That the Canadian missionaries have an active part in prose on tilt islands was evidenced from the fact that there was pres ent beside former president of the entire mission John of and of who have acted in the same besides a number of other Wood of the Alberta who has also pre sided over the mission at ono should have been present but was unavoidably Among the distinguishing features of the meeting was the carrying out of the tho program in thg Samonian Everything was arranged so as to waft ones memory hack to the pleasant scenes in Samonirin mats were used on the floor in the place of chairs and the participants snt upon them with legs crossed the same as the Poe and delicious Samonian served on all spe cial occasions on the islands were served together with bananas and co co which were feasted upon n the old native An interesting program was carried enjoyed by all pres Experiences on tho island were related by the probably tho most interesting of which were those of of chairman of the who had filled a mission on the island over 25 years when tho islanders lived in their native prior to adopting tho customs of Among those present were and Mr and Tanner and John Nelson and Horace Brown of Card Miss Sarah Merril of Hill and Henry Gilh and littlo Samonian daughter that they adopted on tho and and ot David Wil cox and and Miss Viola of and and of TABER Prom Tho The winner of the large sack of Hour which the llasris Milling had on exhibition at the Taber fail last week was The sack contained 487 and 12 ounces and Schmidt guessed 488 Guesses were made by out ot town visitors from all parts of the Tho guesses ranged from 198 to 1S50 There were 320 guesses alto Following is a report of the num ber of hospital days ut the Taber hos pital for the six months ending June which have been distributed as follows Miners andfamilies town Eureka municipality east of Eureka McLean municipality north of McLean unorganized ter ritory j The provincial government grader plant was in Taber for a couple ofj days last with tho result that j Hull and Russell avenues were gradj and a great improvement made in j those j Lee accepted a position as district mine with head1 quarters at and left on July to take up his new I Nugent succeeds him as manager of the Rock Springs PINCHEB CHEEK From The Tho marriage of Sergeant Kis of the Saskatchewan Provin cial Police Force at to Louise of was solemnized at Pincher Creek on Mon day evening Out of twelve students who wrote for the Grade XI Department Exam nine have passed suc cessfully and two There was only one This is a remarkable record and we are quite moud of ourteaching staff and scho On Wednesday afternoon quite a number of men from town were sur prised to find themselves very sudden ly heading for a prairie which had started on the old Henry Constable Regan was of tho and in a few minutes had a band of firefighters hitting the srrr A BIG STRIKE and industry here virtually are paraly zed today as the result of a general strike which haa been in progress for several and has developed In clashes between the workers and the soldiers and All the business houses are The French transport of 3716 has been torpedoed li Kirkbys Special For Thursday Raspberry Buns Regular per 40c Thursday 2Oc AFTERNOON TEAS ICE CREAM PARLOR Kirkby 60S Third Avenue RENEGADE RUSSIAN LEADS and Austrian former prisoners operating in are commanded by the Russian Von at the beruning of the wiis removed from his Russian pa account of his proUernian COMPULSORY CUBA Men ocaklast night signed the compulsory military service bill which becomes ef fective at All male Cuban cit izens between the ages of 21 and are liable for 3 Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting Begjn now to plan for September 3 the date of our Fall Term Opening The biggest thing you will do in lifewill be to get an education that will help you to make a good reasonably Ask for FREE CATALOGUE and be ready to start your course September Garbutt Business College LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE RESIDENCE PHONE ;