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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESOAY. AUGUST \\. 1018 THE LETHBRIDGE I^AILY IIRUA*!,:) PAGE NINE CLARKE'S BIG DRY GOODS STORE OPEN SOON WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE m NEW mM m Many New Lincf?, of IMcasurcs To IJc Taxed, if ftcconimcn-dalions Followed Loniloii. Anp, It.-A ri'i-.m-l ts^nod by tlio luxury tax ronuniii.'i. I'lroui-J iiH.-rid.s dial whutovnr tin' p-M i tor tlici/i, .'i tax h1ioii)(I 1) olry, pi-f'clouK stoncH, silk, v.ivci. nir | clothing, iHM'tumca, coHiiiniir^, yuchiK, i poiiKuro lioats, motor cr.r.-. iji'tur.'s, j scul)>(uroH, curinj, ami' and otlipr niUHloal inslnriicnlK. bll-1 Hard tahloH, field and np. ra >;la.v'ie.i, ll(|U()r.4 and cordialH. Ills rcconinicndod nl;; > th.ii a lax: ahould hii paid on moal.-, u,r ucKiin- ! modatloti in liolols, chih;;, liiuuibora | and apartniont�, wlion Bpcciiii d priruK | an; exceeded and on I'lntliiiiL; al)iivr! j corl.aiii ))ri('fn. i'^or liui.s XU j will ]}('. allowed to be ikhI and lor womon'ii lilioos XTi shiUirii-':,. Other prices arranged are for u-oiin'a'.-; lials, .'l."i i'hiilinKH; lor nien'K Imir. 1\ i^hil-linRH, liiglll, KiiinpaH for suits ] and :ieveu guineas far Wfrinciis > ? : : : : ? ? ? : : : > |> ? FISHING. : : : : ? > ? : > ? ? *4�m�."X�' ChicagoJoroBto, New York Corn *'^'- When a corn appears they wrap it with a Blue-jay, then forget it. It never pains again, In two days, usually, the corn disappears. Only rare, tough corns need a second application. ' The way is simple, easy, quick. It is right and Bcientific. A noted Bltie-jay Stop Pmd Initmtly-End! Corn Completely Urge Package 2Sc at Druggiiti - Small Package DUcontinusd the guest.s of Winnifrcd Hyssop for the past mouth, are leaving tonight for Kernie, B. C.  *  Miss Mamie Brooks, who has been laid up for some time with a broken collarbone has gone to her parents home ill Taber during her convalescence. * * it ? ?'**?>> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? * : �> : : LUND-PERIvINS The inarriugo of Mr. Prank Setter Lund of Uedclift, Alberta, and' Miss Maud Perkins, of Bow I.siand, took place on Saturday, August lOth, at >.rodlolno Hnt. Rev. J. A. Claxton,  i',rformec3 the ceremony. : ; ? ? : : : : : : : . �;. ? RECIPES FOR JAM MAKING ? : : ^ ? * o ^ Canadian housewives should malce all Iho jam they can tlUa year hut they should do so with ti minimum of sugar. In order that the maximum use may bo made of our I'rult crop this year in all parts of Canada, housewives are asked to use no larger proportion of sugar than is needed for presorvinK and jam making. Theso re-olpoa have been prepared by experts, having in mind the uso of those pro. portions of sugar whicli will give the best results. No more sugar Is requirod than the amounts stated lii the rccl- i pes given below: j Currant Jelly I 4 lbs. Currant juice; ;i lbs. sugar; , Boil tho currant juico without the sug- ' ar about ten minutes, or until the iiuantlty is reduced. Heat the sugar In tho oven, and add when very hot to tho lUjuld, bo that the tomperattiro will not bo greatly reduced, wnieri all Is dissolved, bring to a boll again, and contlnuo from three to five mhuitea. Test, and when done remove and put away in unsealed jars. When cool, seal with moltod paraffin. Apple and Plum Jam 4 lbs. crab apples; 4 Iba. plums; 6 lbs. sugar. Cut Ibo crab apples into (luartera ami cook in just sufficient �water to extract tho Julco. Strain through a double choose cloth, and add the sugar to the crub apple Juice. Put over tho firo and bring to a boll. )Stlr until tho aujjar Is molted. Then add the plums, and l)oil until the plums are thoroughly cooked. Note.-Other apples can he uaed if crab apples bo not obtolnable, but on uo account must 'the skins and cores taken away, as the pectin Is con- rned largely in tho cores, and direct-under the akin, Any aweet plum can ke used for jam. Tho Damson la conaldarod ciuUo anllsCactory.  Bb-cauao o( ffs acid nature, tlio Lombard plum will not make a good Jam with tho proportion ot sugar proscrlhod above, i Plum Jam 8 idjuiv-a; (i lb�, aucar. Put the Ottawa. Aug; 1:;.-On-wlni .i i;igan-1 tic � scale aro tho opc^al!lii'.-; of various kinds up to May v. in ijl,-:jOn,00n,()00. No less thiin ?I."iiij.111111,000 had been paid out'on accoiini oi' these orders liy the board to tin- sarnt; date. Of this enormous oxpemlinirn slu'lla accounted for $GG4,3OO,00ii. the total ' number of, shells produced in Canada to the end of May hoinK ."�ii.l'.iio.ouil. These slielhi range in it bad a similar cliargo preferred against him and waaordered to pny thn cokIh. Alex. B. Cannin.i;. of Grassy Lake, was brought up on .luiy Uith on a cliargo of assaulliji.i,' lionry B, Sickles of the same tov,-n. Tin' case was dis-misjiod. Gua Brunimonci of How Island was charged on .Tuly Kltli with interfering with cattle impouniic:! by W. 11. Schonert, poundkcop'.r. and was ordered to pay tho co.^i.s of court. � C. P. Henry of Bow Island and Ste-phaii Schmidt of I'rospy, holh miners, v.'ore charged witli f:illinK to make monthly returns, as provided hy Sec. 42 of the Mines Act. These .prosecutions were made following a complaint laid by tho Mines In-siii-ctor. M. Johnston, and both were lotind guilty and fined $5 and costs. For permitting a band of sheep to wander on private property, S. Hostid, a ahoep herder of Burdett, was fined ?5 and costs., DON'T MISS THE CROCKERY SALE AT "THE BAY" GAIHEIG IS SMALL LANDING PARTY. London, Tuesday. Aug. 13.-Tho Amoricnn force which iiarticipated in tho landing and siibseiiuent operations of allied contiiiKJMits at Arclinii-gel Oil Augnst -', following the overthrow o: tho government in this Russian district, comprised a smali landing party from a Tnilcd Stales cruiser, it was announced today. pluma and sugar together in a preserving kettle over tlio fire, Hvlth just sufficient water to .start the cooking, Boil gently until the fruit is tiior-oughly cooked. Stir ii.s littlo as possible. Raspberry Jam 8 lbs. raspberries; (i 1I)b. sugar. Pick ov?>r tho raapberrli's and ]nit the sugar on. Let tho fruit remain this way over night. In the morning, 'sot the kettlo over tho fire, and bring tho contenta to a boil slowly, atirring until all the, sugar is dissolved. Thou nook without stirring until the qunn-, tity is reduced, and until, when teatod on a cold plato, tiie Jam is found to be sufficiently thick. Raspberry Jam With Currant Julco 7 lbs. of fruit; \ lb. or 1 pint of rod currant juice; G lbs. sugar. Follow tho sanio directions as tor Raspberry Jam, but, because of tho juice of tho currant that is added, it will require a littlo longer cooking, aa some of the water will have to be evaporated. Spiced spears 1 lbs. hard pears; 4 lbs. sugar', 1 pint vlnogiir; 4 oz. bruised ginger root; 1 lemon; 2 oz. stick cinnamon; a tablespoons whole cloves . Pool, ctuarter and core tho poara. Make a ayrup of vineKar and suptar,' Put spices and-ginger root In a choosecloth bag and boil tho .syrup for teii minutes. Add the pears and lomon rind grated. Cook until tho ijcara are HoCt. Rainovo pears from syriip ond P.iUifc .tJjiei'* In hot jars. Boil tho syruu owi| when thick, add It to the ifiiljt in Me jars. Soal while hot, ~ Bb cnroful with' ftugar, Oq,-not buy n'ore than you need. iJao just onough Observe the Food Board's rogulotiona. In this way thero will be onough for cvarybody. ^i'-roiii Onr Own rorre�ricinclent> ^lagrath, Alia.. Aug. IL'.-A .social gfitlioriiig tiint will .stand out aa unl-iiue in the annals of Magratb's history, took place Saturday evening. August jOtli, at tho home of Christian Jensen. Jr. It v.'as a social event out of tlio or-di'iarj' occasioned by tlio fad that all ndnrnod L.D.S. iniHlonaries from tho Sanionlan islands in Canada, have formed iiti organization with tho object in view of holding a reunion each year to keep alive the rai.saionary spirit, renew old acquaintanci^R, and bring back fond memories of tlie. past in the Islands, where tho Canadian elders liavo accomplished a mighty work. 'J'liat the Canadian missionaries have played an active part in proso-lyilnfe- on the islands was evidenced from' the fact that there v.-a.s present beside Mr. C. J-?nsen, Jr. (former president of the enlire mission) Mr. Joint Nelson, of Cardston, and Thos. Cotirt, of Raymond, who have acted in tho same capacity, besides a number of other elders. Pres. E. J. Wood of llie Alberta stake, who has also presided over the mission at ono time, should have been pret;ent but was unavoidably detained. Among the dIslinEUishinK features of tho meeting was the carrying out of the conversations, the program in tho Samonian language. Everything was arranged so as to w.ift one's iiiHiiiory Iiack to tlio pleasant scones in Sainoia. Samonian mats were used on the floor in the piaco of chairs and the partieipanLs .snt upon them with legs crossed the same as the IsliUKlers. Poo and ava, delicious Samonian dishes, served on all special occasions on the islands were served together with bananas and coco nuts, which wore feasted upon n tho old native style. An interesting program wan carried out, which,was onjoyeit by all present. lOxporlences on tho island were rolated by tho elders, probably tho most interesting of which wore thoso of Wni. Low, of Cardston, chairman of tUo organization, who had filled a mission on tho Island over 25 years ago, when tho islanders lived In thoir native state, prior to adopting tho customs of cvllization. Among thoso present wore Mr. and Jlrs. Wni. Low, Mr and Mrs. Tanner Bro\\n, Mrs. Jaa. T. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Nelson and Horace Brown of Cardston, Miss Sarah IMerrii of Hill Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glib and little Samonian daughter that (hey adopted on tho isand. and Mr. and Mrs. Tboa. Court, of Raymond, Mrs. David Wilcox anil daughter. Myrtle, and Miss �yiolft Green, of LothbrldRo, and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wooloy, of Magrath. TABEK m I From The Times.) 'i'lio winner of tlie largo sack of (lour v.-liich the Hasris .Milling � Co. had on exhibition at tlie Taber fair last week w;is G. K. .Schmidt. 'i'lie sacdc I'ontained 487 Uis. and 12 ounces and Mr. Schmidt guessed 488 lbs. Guesses were made by out of (own visitor.s from all jiarls of the province. Tlio guepsea ranged from HIS lbs. to ISTiU lbs. Thero were ;!L'0 giiesBes altogether. Following is a report of tho number of liospital days at the Tabor hospital for tile six months ending Juno :iO, which have been distributod as follows: iSliners and fanitliea 22B, town 28.1, ICuieka niuiiicipallty 245. east of Eureka ,SS. McLean municipality 2.1S, north of McLean 44, unorganized ter-ritor.v 11. The provincial government grader lilaiit was in Tuber for a couple of day.s iaKt v.-eek. witii Iho result that Hull and Russell avenues were graded, and a great improvement made in Iboao streets. 11. J. f^eo accepted a position aa district mine inspector, with headquarters a'. Kdmonton, and left on July 2() to take up his new duties. B. Nugent succeeds him as manager of the Rock Springs mine. (lie. and in a few minutes had a band of fireOghtera hitting tho tralL -- n-ri A BIG STRIKE Montevideo. Aug. 12.-Commerce and Industry hero virtually are paralyzed today as the result of a general strike wliich has been in progres.^ for several day.i and has developed in claabes between tho workers ami the soldiers and iiollcc. All the busines.s houses are closed. PINCHER CREEK (From Tho Echo.) Tho marriage of Sergeant S. H. Kia-truck, of tho Saskotchewau Provincial Police Force at St. Albert, to Louise Sinclair, of Blairmore, was i solemnized at Pincher Creek on Monday evening last. Out of twelve students who wrote for the Grade XI Department Examination, bore, nhio have passed suc-cosatully and two conditionally. There waa only ono failure. This is truly a remarkable record and we aro quite nroud of our teacliing staff and scholars. On Wednesday afternoon quite a number of men from town were surprised to tlud themselves very suddenly heading tor a prairio (ire, which had started on the old Henry Ranch. Constahle Regan was told, of the The French transport Djemah, of ?.71G tons, has been torpedoed ii iho Mediterranean. Kirkby's'speda^ For Thursday Raspberry Buns Regular per doxen, 40c Thursday 20c LUNCHES, AFTERNOON TEAS ICE CREAM PARLOR Kirkby & Co. 608 Third Avenue RENEGADE RUSSIAN LEADS Washington, Aug. 13.-Gorman and Austrian former prisoners oporaling in Siberia, aro commanded by I lie ronngndo ttuaslan general. Von Taube, who, at the bo.crlnning of tho war, was removed from hla Russian coiuinarid, pu account of his pro-Geruuui sontl-menls. COMPULSORY SERVICE, CUBA Hiivivna, Aug. 13.-President Men-ocaLilaat night slgped the compulsory nillltiiry sorvloe bill which becomes effective at oncp. All male Cuban citizens. betwQW Ihp. ages of 21 and .28, iucluslve, are liable tor service. Tuesday, Sept. 3 Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting ready. Begjn now to plan for TUESDAY, September 3 the date of our Fall Term Opening The biggest thing you-will do In life'will be to get an oducatlon that will holp you to make a good living, reasonably easy. Ask for f RBB GATALOaUE. and be ready to start your course Tuesday, September 3, Garbutt Business College LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 1316 RESIDENCE PHONe 1�3t ;