Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
W.DNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1918 THE LinHBHIDGIi DAILY PAGE ELEVEN � : : : : : : : : : WEDDINGO > > : : : : : : � .> : : ? ? : ? HlLI^MacKENZlH. Ou Friday, AUgust '.). at the parsonage at lied Deer the marriage took place of Mr. Melvin Hill of Uncliant. Alberta, and Miss Barbara Joan Mary .MacKenzie, youngest daughter of Mrs. Christopher MacKenzie of Nyanza, N. S. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. I). Armstrong oi Red Deer. � * ; ? : : : ; : ? : : �: : } ? � > GENERAU � ? ? .;. .j .:. .. .: a > .> .: .;. .> One of tho first women to be notified by Ottawa that her services are required under the registration act is Miss Irene Hoighley, oi: Vancouver, daugl'.ter of Mr. 13. J. Uelghley of Red Deer. Mis3 Reighley holds an engineering certillcate ami it Is understood that iier new duties will bo in some mechanical capacity in a flying corp.s camp near Toronto. Iler sister is already engagod as a chauffouse at Cunip ningliam, and tlie two girls gained their experience on tlioir father's ranch, where they learned to drive big farm tractors. They are both fine types of capable, energetic western wopien, . Miss Reighley-has already Imd considerable e.xperlence in war work. In Calgary she drove a military auto-mo'oilQ for some time and Is quite conversant with the arduous duties of a national service worker. She had a few days more leave before setting out on her now duties. * * .> .;. .;. ? ? > FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? > " FOR FEMININE FOLK ? ? ? ? : ? ? : ? ? ? ? H0M\:4il/>|!pE TRUir SYRUP 'J ? EASy AND qtoSTS LITTLE �8' You cUn satisfy tli" ih.;it,,i1 sntiimcr craving tor,a cool drink in u vt;ry easy way If you will pm u/i ,i few Iiot-tlos of homemade Iniii syniim occasionally. A spoonful of hoJiK-ni;;/l,. r,i�i>berry syrOp of "poach syrup In :i viinihler of plain, cold or cbargcrl v.;,!,;,� |h ,s ,i,-liclous UB any spclu fdimniin diiiik you i'au buy and costs mnch Chocolate 'Syrup. 3 pounds of coc(i!i. I quart of warm w;'!..-'i pounds of grmiul.iiiii Himar. iJiBHolve tlm cocoa In a imit of cold water, and dlasolv large Iqmons. r> pound* dl grannl.it'Tl sugar. 'iVi quarts.ot colil water. Clrutc the lemon rljui nto tlio .migar. add the lemon juice and l.t all stand coverdd for fl?ft hours Thnn add tho water.'fltir until .dii?solvrcl. strain and pour Into hot sterllijpil jars. Will keep four weeks in a cold iilai r. Orange Syrup. 1 largo lemon. G largo oranges, - (i pounds of ffraniilaii'il sugar, "Vi quarts of mlil v.atiT. Orate tho'rinds inio ilu' water, aild the'fruit juices and lov.r all, allow Ing to stand for ,si.v lin.ir,. Then add the water, stir imtll ili-olvod, jlud (train. Pour into hot siiiiiizcd jars. To three-fourths cu|ii'iil oi' ivalor and one toa.spoonful of fn .sli liuiiiii juice use, four tablespoonfuls ,,; tills syrup. Fruit Punch, 12 lemons, I'l oranges. -� Va pineapple. KtrnwljerrlcH. Sugar. Grate one-third of a iiincapple and mix it with the jiilcr- of ihp oranges and lemons. Add sUKar to taste, strain through a sieve anil add siitricicnt waler to nialte one gallon. .Add a few .strawberries us a garnish, or maraS' (diino cherries may \> sugar and water syrup to ;.s\voC'L#i it,'Fruit juice mlxeil with H.ugar ma:^, be, iised if desired instead ot tin' syrup. Add soiue scraped ice,- invert another glass over this, and shake until light and foaniy. The Spirit of Sunlight All over the land the 8un calls forth beauty, cleanliness, health and the renewing of youth. So with Sunlight Soap in the home. It redeems everything washable from the thraldom of dirt. Renews beauty and brings out old colors. It cleanses with a sure, gentlenes.s that only the purest of soaps could accomplish. Sunlight Soap Its mission-as thousands af homes know- is to wash clothes, from the finest to the coarsest, without rubbing or old ? ? ? ? ? ; > ? ; > > ? . ; ? SWEETEN'YOUR SUGAR- ? .;. .> .> .;. .^ .;..;..j On top of the news of short sugar rations comes the welcome announcement by the food admlnlBtratlon that sugar can be sweotenod. As a v/ar measure it is possible to increase tho sweetness ot sugar to almost one third of its normal sweetening power, the adminis^trntion says. When cane sugar Is subjected to a certain chemical change it is converted Into what la known as invert sugar, which, weight for weight, is about ao per cent, swoolar than cane sugar, The economy In sweetening is readily apparent, although the' invert sugar has no more food value than the cane sugar. Tho making of invert sugar is a very simple matter, and, in tact, it lakes place lo some extent in Ihe mak-Ing of Jelly. Any housewife can readily follow this recipe tor making Invert sugar syrup: To ten pounds ot granulated sugar add 4 1-3 pints of water and ono-flfth ounce of tartaric 'ttcld; which can be obtained at any drug store. Boll slowly in a covered kettle for from thirty to thirty-flvo minutes. It boiled longer the syrup begins to darjten and develop a taste llko' corn synip. This syrup can be used for sweetening all sorts ot cooked fruits, cereals, ice cream, otp., althougli it may not bo rcUsUed in coffee. ^ It must bo borne In mind in using this syrup that It must bo substltue^} for granulated sugar weight for weight ai^d not volume for volume, Binco about throe-fourths of a cup of yrup is BQual td'about one full cup of sugar. The only ohJeoUon to In vort sugar la that it cannot bo ob-lolota lu di-j' form- CAROSTOM MAKES ANOTHER ATliP TOCHAiESERViC (From Cm- Own Corrcsponilcnl.) Cardston, Aug. 10,-At the special meeting ot the IJoard of Trade executive today with Martin Woolf, JI,P, P., and Mr. h. II. Jelllff our former champion with tlie Railway Commission in attendance, the following resolution was wired lo the Commission: "No reply our wire of 17th. Daily I train to Cardston has been stopped. Why' has C. P. 15. been allowed to violate order and judgment of your board granted us about ten years ago. giving daily pasBOiigor a'orvice from Cardston to Lolhhridgo and return. We call your allenlion to the fact thatj dally train service' has Deen continued | on I.elhbridgo lo Coutts line. We ap-' peal to your board to compel the railway company to re-establish our former train service immediately. � Ten thousand pboplo contiguous 'to Curd-1 ston lino join lu this demand. (Signed) Cardston Brard of Trade by N. if.Steed, pros.; J. C. Calioon, Vlce-Pres.; S, II, Nelson, Secretary; V. W. Atkln.s, Troasui-er. It there is no redress tor the people ot this country when deprived of their rights by the big interosts the sooner they become aware ot the fact the bettor. The least that could be done by tha board under the conditions wus to order an emergeni^y hearing and compel tho service to be supplied until a hearing was had and a decision givoii. This la not winter time, harvest needs are pressing and this action by tho C. P. R. is unjustIfiahle from any standpoint except making .money for tlto C. P. K. It will, remain for tho people in this corner of Alberta to learn whether they are to bo granted their rights or be ruled "a la German" by the corporations.. New/ Road ; The Hill Spring people yesterday appointed a coinmittew to act with tho officers ot tlio Cochrane munlcipal'ity In Bolocting u road as that surveyed by the Provincial Government at a. cost of some money was disallowed by the norainion government through the resorvation ofRcii>ls. They are given only one dovlatibn from section linos to reacli Cardston and they are now without any road to this point unless tliejj go south and roach that alon^'the.^piitli bpundafy ot the Blood 'Rp^ervo, Thdiseyi^la^tM for this sel-ootibn were� 8le|^B^.:W,,t-J;- Caldwell. ,Tno. f; �P|rrtflljt!,..