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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1018 PAGE ELEVEN PERSONAL and Brtgham are amending a holiday at Waterton Layton Is spending a holt Way at Miss McVean hag returnedfrom a Weeks holiday In Mian Dorothy Bentley Is vliltlng in Mining left yesterday for iVancouver Via the Kbotenay nrfd are mo tor visitors at the Crows Nest and Kirkham and family returned at the beginning of the week from Waterton Shaw in Shaw accompanied them to Leth bridge to for a Miss Agnew is visiting with her In Blssett of la visiting In the city and is the guest of hpt f Master Reuben Carter Is spending two on beat ranch at and Allen have come back from Vancouverwhere they have been spending several and Whiddington have returned from spending a months vacation at a Mlsa who has been the guest of Miss Garrison for some returned yesterday to her Ewert and son Billy have Miss Marjorle Marshall of Eclmon feturned from visiting the formers is the guest ot Miss Enid Ham 11 Fond of Goo of course But wky not hwU it BETTER Coffee Coffee at its in SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet Perfect it solves the 1K CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL d Coffee THIN Tuesday 3 Success is Never a Matter t of Chance LUCK is invariably the result of study and of hard Dame Fortune always smiles on the man or Woman who The School that teaches Business Business and Business Practice is the logical place to learn We specialize on teaching young men and young women these require DONT Ask for our Free Catalogue and plan to start your course September Office Now Open from 8 to 1 and from 4 to for Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 RESIDENCB PHONE 1531 411 EIGHTH STREET LETHBRIDQE Freshwater Sea Voyage Throujh tht Grat Ufa From Thunder Bay GtttfUn hundred mtle trip from Fort William and Port through the bluegreen of Lake Sault Lake and the Ularfti fairy land of tha Georgian At dmM outotiif ht of Und wilk eoly a villa ef tumbling f rwo Mid wtiMlinr Afkia through grm PMMIM of woarfMful CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships Splmdl4 Mcelleat at moderate or all TraiMeoaa lal P Caaadien Pacific For full information ahene or write any Canadian Pacific District ton at Holmview Farm for a few Edward accompanied ty Miss Hagell and Master left this morning for where they will spend the remainder of tlih Jlagell will join them The following visitors from Loth bridge were at Nelson yesterday K and Lorlng and and George Young also Rumberg of Ward and little son Jus tin left this morning for to visit a short tlmo with Wards after which they will go to to Spend the fall with her WEDDINGS On Adgust at the parson age at Red Deer the marriage took place of Melvln Hill of and Miss Barbara Joan Mary youngest daughter of Christopher MacKenzle of The ceremony was performed by the Armstrong oL Red GENERAL One of the first women to be noti fied by Ottawa that her services are required under the registration act is Miss Irene of daughter of Relghley of Red Miss Relghley holds on engineering certificate ami it is understood that her new duties will be in some me chanical capacity in a flying corps camp near Her sister is al ready engaged as a chauffeuse at Camp and the two girls gained their experience on their fathers where they learned to drive big farm They are both fine types of energetic west Miss Reighleyhas already had con siderable experience in war In Calgary she drove a military auto mobile for some time and is quite con versant with the arduous duties ot a national service She had a few days more leave before setting out on her new FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Ten chances to you have never thought of using glucose in your but the time haa come when you are specifically asked to give it a There is no question of the scar city of sugar and and its white corn are among the best and most inexpensive substitutes at The Britisl Board of Agriculture and Fisheries has been recommending its use by private for some time It should be used along with cane sugar in the proportion of one part of glucose to two of Prac tical experiment has shown i can bo successfully utilized in jam am for canning and also for general cooking Give it a SWEETEN YOUR c On top of the news of short sugai rations comes the welcome announce ment by the food administration that sugar can be As a war measure it Is possible to Increase the sweetness of sugar to almostone third of its normal sweetening power the administration When cane sugar is subjected to a certain chemical change it is convert ed into what is known as invert su weight for is aboui 30 per sweeter than cane sugar The economy in sweetening is readily although the Invert sugar haa no more food value than the cane The making of invert sugar is a very simple In i lakes place to some extent in the mak ing ot Any housewife can readily follow this recipe for making invar sugar syrup To ten pounds of gran ulated sugar add 4 12 pints of water and onefifth ounce of tartiule acid which can be obtained at any drug Boil slowly in a covered kettle for from thirty to thirtyfive minutes If uqjled longer the syrup begins to daikeu and develop a taste like corn This syrup can be used for sweet ening all sorts of cooked cer ice although it may not bo relished in It must be borne in mind in using this syrup that it must be substitute for granulated sugar weight fo weight not volume for volume gince about threefourths of a cup o lyrup is equal to about one full cui of The only objection to in vert sugar la that it cauuot bo ob lit dry YoiietitiHBtlflfy Mi minimi summer Staving COOl drlnl In H very laay way If PHI up n few hot ot hOffliBAlBdo fruit occa A spoonful of honipniitil raspberry synip tumbler of chafgRl wiitnr Is as do HB anyBpda fonntiiin drink you an buy artd ihuch Chocolate 3 pounds of 1 quart of warm 2 pounds Id Dissolve I a iut of cold and SlBgolvo ibr sugar in warm HIP ilissolvnd won to the dlsaolvaa brlnj the wiling pour into sterilized vi v lifeittitn 6 large 6 of granulated 2 quarts Jot cold Qrate the rind into tho add the lemon jUlce and Id all stand covered for Then add the strain and pour into hot sterilized Will keep our weeks In a cold 1 large large 6 pounds of granulutid 2i quarts of colil Orate into add thefriilt jtfices allow ing to stand Thnn add stir iflHil nljd Pour into hot sterilized threefourths cuptnl of water and one teaspoonful of fresh lemon juice our of this Fruit 12 Grate onethird of a pineapple and mix it with the of the oranges and Add augur to strain through sieve anil add sufficient water to make one Add a few strawberries as a or maras chino cherries may be used Pineapple 1 can of grated 3 2 cupfuls of hot cupful of 4 cupfuls of ice Make a syrup by boiling the sugar and water for 10 Allow the syrup to Add the pineapple and lemon Strain and add the ice water when ready to Grape Juice 3 quart of grape 1 pint of To one quart ofrather strong grape juice one pint of lemon Pour into pnmli adding bits ot and praall of c Mjfk Use of a of fresh adding tv sugar and water syrup to juice mixed with sugar iE le sired instead of AdB some scraped icei Invert another glass over and shake and The Spirit of Sunlight All over the land the sun calls forth health and the re newing of So with Sunlight Soap in the It redeems every thing washable from the thraldom of Renews beauty and brings out old It cleanses with a gentleness that only the purest of soaps could Sunlight Soap Its thousands af homes is to wash from the finest to the without rubbing or oldtime labour and Also to wash spotlessly clean with only a little AH this because it is absolutely The spirit of Sunlight is purity and No one can buy better LBVEIl BROTHERS TORONTO From Our Own At the special meeting tho Bourd of Trade execu tive today with Martin and Jelliff our former champion with lie Railway Commis sion in the following res olution was wired to the Commission No reply our wire ot Daily train to Cardston has been Why has been allowed to violate order and judgment of your board granted us about ten years giving daily passenger service from Cardston to Lethbridge and We call your attention to the fact that daily train service has seen continued on Lethbridge to Toutts We ap peal to your board to compel the rail way company to reestablish our for mer train service Ten thousand people contiguous to Card ston line join in this Signed Cardston Board of Trade by Secretary If there is no redress for the people of this country when deprived of their rights by tho big interests the sooner they become aware of the fact the bet The least that could be done by tha board under the conditions was to order an emergency hearing and com pel tha sorvice to bo supplied until a hearing was had and a decision This la not winter harvest needs are pressing and this action by the is unjustifiable from any stand point except making for the It remain for the people In this corner of Alberta to learn whether they are to be granted their rights or be ruled a la German by the cor New Road The Hill Spring people yesterday appointed a committed to act with the officers of the Coohrane municipality in selecting a road as that surveyed by the Provincial Government at cost of some money was disallowed by the Dominion government through the resorvation They are given only one deviation from section lines to reach Cards ton and they are now without any road to this point unless thejf go aouth and reach that along the 4piiti boundary ot the Blood for his sel ection were Russeirstaaa It was decided without a dissenting by the Hill Sprins iVard o the church that they would proceed to build their new the foundation for which is already They have some five thousand dollars on hand and will go ahead with a building to cost some ten thousand when The building has a basement for heating plant and is close to the water mains so that it may be modern in all re Woolforrt Ward people are proceed ing to build a new church also and have decided to get the foundation completed before freezing weather sets Their plans are not yet at but they will doubtless require a building to accommodate from two to Red Cross Meeting Everybody come to the meeting on Friday evening next to be held at the court house at This is an important gathering and it is hoped a big attendance may be Some Good Rains The weather man has the hay male era guessing these evening there was quite a shower which passed over from the southeast to the northwest and on the Blood Reservation and toward Glemvood and Hill Spring there was a heavy down On the Montana aiile some of our citizens are finding hay and grazing privileges and these are much n aror than shipping to the north so are much more eagerly sought Haying outllts are in action there as well as upon the Blood Reservation upon the lands leased for this purposo during the early Grain cutting has not been general but several fields of fall rye are cut and also some fall notably in Woolford where there are some very good areas that will yield around 20 bushels per The Cimutauqua gave all citizens a thoroughly enjoyable Many of the people from outside districts at tended and as high as 120 cars were counted along the street north of the big Our views as to the present war were very much broadened and a deeper sense of our duty instilled by notably Edward committee of the local people ijigned up for another though soirie fow who thought the con tract rather unfair did not do The Mail Service During the Chuutauquu week the question of the mail service was a very livione and the resolutions passed by theboard of trade were unanimously approved by tho big Our lailv mail service was es tablishnd by order of the Commissioners after two years of litigation urjd the people deeply resent the arbitrary action of the because of the present poof crop sea If the conditions waffttuted the establishment of the daily service some ten yeafa thon indeed Is ample return oh the Curdston branch to justify it It that the the Coutts and tho Cardston branches are counted very conveniently by the railway peo ple as one and because the whole three branches are not the required the one that doespay is to be penalized to help make up the deficit by reducing the was very evident at the meeting here with the officer of the railway Cameron of the and Marnoch bf the Lethbridge Board of that the only grounds for cutting our service in two was because passenger traffic had fallen oft the past three months due to tho exceptionally dry season making roads better than and tho fact that there would be much less wheat to haul out than during the last three so that temporary condition is jumped at as an excuse to help the poor in its dire and Such treat ment of some ten thousand people along the Cardston branch mnySict as a boomerang that will sooner or later bring the much needed competition to command the servicethat line warrantsAlready the business men are talking of an electric line to con necl up the south towns and give ade quate service to the people as well as eventually terminate at the Water ton Such a schemg will some day be realized and that realization will only be hastened by the action so suddenly and unjustifiably taken by the If the matter is not given an emer gency hearing by the Railway Cora to which body telegrams of protest have poured in from all the south then the next step is the organization of a local auto truck ner vice by Magrath and Cardaton to bring in the perishable stuff and the mails so that we may not be relegated to the back woods condition that the big corporation would place us that its own plethoric treasure vaults may suffer no diminution during one dry following three that have given it the largest earnings ever known in its Southern Al Some of the employees who have built homes here under the im pression that our daily service was will have to go out of its service or sell out and move to Lethbridge because of one dry Why should hog dairying and growing be urged by the government and then have people who have responded and who have to take their losses from the drouth with a be treated in this manner by the It is certainly time that thu took over all the railways instead of burdening the nation with those which do not pay and increasing the rates so that the one that does pay can pile up still profits for its stock WESLEfSUNDAY The Bland is expected to be in Lethbridge next 25th and speak in Wesley Church morning and the toorn ing Elands subject will be dood Out of and atnight The polit social and religious outlook ot Canada Thia evening subject was delivered a few weeks ago in Cal gary so great was the Interest aroused that Wesley church and school room was crowded to the doora and hundreds The next day sermon was published a full in the three dailies and two of the papers commented editorially about the Everyone ought to hear morning and Old Fashioned Barn Dance The Commerce Red Cross will give an oldfashion ed Barn Dance on the evening of August 23rd AT WEICANDS COMMERCE REFRESHMENTS SERVED DUNNINCS ORCHESTRA 1 YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED ;