Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 36

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 38

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1918 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN jfr .FRUIT SYRUP LITTLE You -cao'eallafy tiie nurnial summer craving for, a cool Orlui In a very easy you win put a fen bot- llesi oi Iruil svrups OKU- slohilly. PERtONAt Mr. and Mrs. are a holiday atiWalerton. Lakes. Mr. B. P. Layton Is spending a holi- day at Vancouver, 1, Mifis J. McVcan hag .returned- from (pending a weck'3 holiday in Calgary. Miss Dorothy Behtley la visiting In Dnysland. Mr. Jas. Milling left 'yesterday for iVancouve'r via theKbolcuay Lales. Mr. arid K. (V (Hlbault are mo- tor visitors at Iho Crows Near Pass. Jlr. and Sirs. J. S.' Kirkliam and family returned at tho beginning'ol tlia week.from' Watorton Lakes.' Mrs. E. A. Ewert and son Billy have from visiting' the former's mother, Mrs. Shaw in Vancouver.j >1ra. Shaw accompanied them to bridge to visit tor ft time. s Mlas M. Agnew Is visiting with her sister, Mrs. J." B. Lclbbridge, in Calgary, MrY W. P. Uissett of Nelson, K.C.. Is visiting ia the clly and is the guest ol hPi dauRlilpr. .Mrs, M. II. Roberts. Master Reiruen Carter Is. spending wo weeks on Mr 'LearUl'i ranch at Cardston. Dr. and Mrs. T-" AHen have come back Trom they have been weeks. Mr. and Mrs; H. M. Whlddinglon have returned from spending a mouth's vacallon at Elko, D.C. Miss WeirUel, who haa been' the giicst of Miss B. M: Garrison for some time, returned yesterday In her home, Mis a Marjorie Marshall of Ed mo a- ton, is the guest of Miss Enid ilamil- on at llolmvlew Farm for a few days. i k Mrs. Edward Ilagell, accompsnie'd. y Miss llagell and Master Bert, left liis morning for Elko, B.C., wheKJ hey win spend tho remainder ot tho luumer, Mr. ilagell will join them shortly. The following visitors from Loth-' >rldge. were at N'elson yesterday; lessrs. H. McFarlaml, T. Ryan, B. Baten.- P. Sick, Mr. arid Mrs. E, E; Coring "and Mr. and Mrs. George 'ouiig; also Mr, II. II. Kumberg of Mrs. J. D. Ward and HUlo son Jus- in left this .I.ambcrt, Montana, lo visit a short timo wllu Ward's brother, after which they will go to Crookston, spend lie fall -with her mother. Fond of Good of course! But not trake it BETTER Coffee? Coffee it its BEST, in SEAL BRAND COFFEE Stnd for our booklet "Perfect it solves tKeptoblem. 1K 5ANBORN MONTRFAL THIN can bay and coats much t Chocolate lSyrup. 1 q'yart of warm wi-icr. 'S pounds tqf granulated sugar. th'eTc'QCoa hi a pint of told water, and )fltsstilve tin- sufjar In dissolved cot'oa to the fltasplyed -Bugdr, bring lo the boiling into Bterllixed Success is Never a Matter P of Chance LUCK is invariably the result of study and of hard work. Dame Fortune always 'smiles-on the man or Woman who knows. The'School that teaches Business liulba. Business Principles, and Business Practice is the logical placo to learn business. Wo spcoiallzo on'leaching young men anil young women these require in eh Is. DON'T DELAY. Ask for.our Free CaMogue and plan to start your course Tuesday, September 3. Office NoW Open from S a m lo 1 p m ant from 4pm toSJOpm for Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1M1 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, Freshwater Sea Voyage From Thunder Bay tin hundrej fcJe tnp from Fott WiUifm ant) Pert Art througK the vaten of Superior, Sault Ste. Marie, Huron, and nland fury- Und of Georgian Bay. wl and CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Lunnoui For full infftrmtiaA t Afcnt. ,J, E. PROCTOR, District r, Agcuf, Calgary. WEDDINGS O'u' Friday, Aflgust 9, at Iho parson- age at I'ed tho raarrloge look place of Mr. Melvln Hill of Enchant Alberta, aad Miss Darbara Joan Mar> Mackenzto, youngest daughter of- Mrs Chrislopher of Nyanza, N. S. The ceremony was pot-formed by the Rev. G. D. .ArmsIrons Deer. GENERAL Red c- One ol tlie first women to be notf- Oeil ly Ottawa that hor services are required untter tbc resfstratWu act Is M isa I rene Rel ghl ey, D t Vancouver, daughter of Jlr. U. J. Refghlcy :of Red Deer. 5fiS3 Relgtilcy holds an enK.neermg certificate ami it Is understood tliat her will be in some me- chanical capacity in a flying corns caran. near Toronto. Her sister is'ai- i'eaily 'engaged ,as .n, chaufTcuse at Cdrnp Bingliam, arid the two girjs gained their exiierience on tlielr falher's ranch, where ihey Icarued to drive big farm tractors. They are bptb In'e types ot'caualilc, energetic Lemon Syrup. C large; Jamoiis. sugar.- 2% water. Qrfete tlie'leniqVrlnd into the sugar, add the lemon juice and li-t all stand tor" fife.hours. Theiradd tho waicryisUr until' di3SoKeil, strain and pour Into hot sforfKsod jars. Will keep (our lo a cold place. Syrup. 1 larfib lemon, C large oranges. G pounds of granulated sugar, quarts of cold water. the water, add cover all, alJow- ir? to Eland hours. Then add the water, 'stir Viitil drsnolveij, Pour Into, hoi sterilized jars. To, three-fourths cupful of water and one. teaspoonful of fresh itmou -juice LISEL (pur ol this syrup. Fruit Punch. Vi2 C omnsc'3. pineapple. Strawberries. Sugar. Grato one-lhirtl of a pineapple.and mix Jt with ihe-juice of the oranges lemons. Add sugar lo taste, strain l.rougb ;n sieve ant) add sufficient to make one gallon. Aild a few strawberries as a garnish, or maras- chino cherries may lie useil Pineapple Lemonade. l''can o! grated pineapple. 2 cupfuls liot ivater. ,1 Cupful ql. sugar. 4 cupluls of ice Tvalcr. Slake a synin hoiling the sugar and water Ior'10 Allow the syrup to cooL Add the iiincnpiilo and lemon juice. Strain ami add the ice water when ready, to serve. Grape Juice Punch. j quart of grajie jtjtce. l.pfnt oriembjaile. J to o'n'e'quart OtratiitT Hlrong grape juice add "one pint of strained .lemon- ade. PourInto pun ill howl; adding bits ''ot :and of pineapple. jilias already hail con-! alderable- 'experience in war work. In sbe drove, a military anto- luobile for some time and is quite versarit "with the arduous duties of a lational service worker.' She bad a few days more leave before setting out her nevr duties. FOOD BOARD FLASHES. FOR FEMININE FOLK Mi. Sliae. Use iwo-thirdr-pf-a glassful of fresh nillkr adding ri> sugar ami water juice If de- ..l-. sired Artel some scraped; abptAer glass over tbls, arid sffsiiie unlit, irg.U anrt rpaniy. Ten chances (o one, you have never thought of. using in your kitchen, but the time you arc specifically asked to give it a trial. There is no question of the scar- city of sugar anil and Ms wlilte'icorn syrup, the best and'most Inexpensive sufcsUtatea ,at nandV The British Board of Agrtculturi anil Fisheries has been recommencing Its use by prlviile some time It. he cane sugar ,tn tho prrtporlion o'f'one parl, of glucoae to two, of tical experiment has shown that it can be successfully in jam and jelly-making, for canning and also if or general cooking purposes. .Give H trial. fl C C Li The Spirit QI Sunlight All over the lamT'the sun calls forth beauty, cleanliness, health and the re- newing of youth.. So with Sunlight Soap in the home. It redeems every- thing washable from the thraldom (of dirt. Renews beauty and brings out old colors.: It cleanses with a sure, gentlenes.s th_at only the purest of soaps could accomplish. v Sunlight Soap Its thousands af homes is to wash the finest to'the coarsest, without rubbing or old-time labour and discomfort. Also to wash woodwork, linoleums, dishes, utensils, etc., spotlessly clean with'only a little soap. All this because it is absoiulclypure. The spirit of Sunlight is purity and No one can buy better Soap. LEVBK- BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO SUGAR I (From Our C'irrfSponilMit) Carilston, Aug. At the special o' the Board 61- Trade oiecu- i Martin- M.P. H. Jelllft'bur former todas P, anil Mr. I.. D. S. church ycslerday, Ihat they would proceed to .-liuild their new church, the foundation for.vlilclT Is. already cans.truiiied. They have some five thousand dollars on hand anil go ahead with a'buklding (o cost some ten thousand when completed. The building has a basement for heating plant and 19 close to Iho water mains lhat it may be modern in "air re; i. Wooltord Ward peoplij. arc proceed- ing to build a new church aiso and have decldcil to get the foundation completed before freezing weather seta in. Their plans arc'not yet ot hand, but they will doubtless require that tha" b'oreiuost, Iho Coutls and tho Cardston branches a rtj counted oy tlio. railway, peo- lile as one unit and because ;lhe whole tiiree'iiranches are.not .the required piofit the one that does pay is to bo pcoatizeu to, help, up. the deficit by reducing' ...It was very evident at' the meotlnk h6ru with ftir. theJ officer.. of the railway .board.' of the C. P. "H. and Mr. Marnoch of the Lel'nbrldge Hoard of Trade, that the only grounds, for service In two was .because passenger traffic had fallen Ihe past three -months (due. to Ihe exceptionally dry. season given It ever On lop of the.newa ;o.f rations comos Ilia welcome ment by tho [ood ntlmlnlstratlon tlial As measure it Is possible lo increase Ihe sweetness of gugar to .almost-'one llilrd of Its normal sweetening'power, the administration says When cane sugar Is siinjcctecl to a certsin cliemlral change ft Is convert- ed.Into, known as, invert su- gar. ivblcJij weigM for ft'elghl, is about 30 per cent, swetler than cane fiiisar. The economy in sweelerilng Is readily apparent, although tho1 InreH sugar bns no more food value Ihan tho cane sugar. The making, ot Invert sugar Is a Very slmplo matter, anil, in fact, It place to some exlenl In the male. In? of Jefly. Anyhousewifo can readily roliow this recipe for making fnyerl sugar syrup: To ten pounds of gran- ulaled 1-2 pints of water 'oneflflh ounce of which ran be'Oblalncd ai'iany'drug ilore.' Iloll slowly'in n covered kelllo champion with the Railway Commis- sion in attendance, the following res- olution was wired lo the Commission: 'Xo replyour wire of. L17lh.. Daily Iroin lo CanlsUm has been stoprcd. Whj has C. r. li. teen allowed to violate order ana judgment, of'- your board grintcd us about ten years ago. giving dally passenger service. :from Cardslori to Lelhliridgq and" return We call jour attention to the fact Hint liallj train service been'coritinucd on Lcthbridse to Coutls line., Wo ap peaV to your uoarrt to compel the rail- company to re-establish our for; raer train scrTlce irtimefUately. Ten contiguous'to Card- join in tills demand." (Signed) Carilslon Uoard'bf Trade b> N H.Stecil. rres.; J. C. Galloon, Vice-rres.; S. Secretary; K. W.AlWns. Treasurer. If'lhcre Is no redress for Ihe people of tlii3 country when deprived of their rlgh'a bv tho hie interests the sooner they become aware of bet- ter. The leaal coulil be done by tha board under (he conditions was lo oiilcr nit emergency hearing and com- pel the wrrlce !o be supplied until a hear Ins vns had and a decision given. This (3 not Ktnter tiftje, harvest needs aro pressing and this action by 0. II. is unJusUfi.iWe frbnj'any ata'ntl- point except making .money for the a building to accbmmodalo Irora two making' loads better than and II will, remain for the peoplo in this corner of Alberta to learnt wbelhor (ire to be granted their .rights or be "a la Oernian" by lie cor- y Ntw" l.Tho tlill 'Spring yesterday appointed a with the to four'hundred. J' Red Cross Meeting F.veryliody come to the mcoling ;on Friday evening ijext to le'held at Iho court hol'iso-al p.m. Tliis.ia" an important gathering and it is'hoped a big attendance'may! lib had. J 'Z- SBlTle 'Good Rains man has Ihe hay mak- ers guessing these days. Las; evening there was quite, a shouer passeil over from the srmttieasl lo the northwest and on the Blood and toward Qlemvoori and Hill Spring thero was a down- pour. On the Montana siSe Rome of our citizens are ftndfng hay and privileges and these are much iiiaror shipping to the nbrih spare much more eagerly sought ufler. Haying outfits are .In action tliere as well .is upon Ihe lilood Tleservation upon the lanils leased for this purpose during the early spring. Grain "cutting has not been genera! but several flelria ot .fall rye are cut and also some fall hi district, where Ihcro .nre some .very good areas that will yield around 20 bushels per acre. The Chaulauuua gave all citizens a thoroughly-enjoyable wok, -Many of Ihe people from oulsido; districts at- lended and as high as 120 cars were counted along the slrcel north of the hlg lenl. V Onr views as to Uio' present war were very much broadcnfld and a deeper sense of our diity Instilled by tho jiscliii-ern, notcbly Edward K. TrHijiiThB committee of the local up 'or another year, lumped at'as'an excuse C.'F, R In its th3 fact t'tial IhercVould hfi-miich less wheat to haul out than during the last three, years, so Ihat-.lhUrAeniporary fondllion is jiii lo. help the "no1 dire .siresg and necessity. Such treat- ment of some ten tbcusa'nd along Ihe Cardston branch miyMct as a boomerang lhat will soblicr" or Idler bring the inuch needed competition to Ihe service line warrants Already (he business men are talking of. an cleclric line to ton necl up (lie soulh (owns and give ade quatc service to the people as vsell as eventually terminate at the Wafe'r- ton Lakes Such a scheme will some day be that, realization will only b'e.hastened by. the..action so suddenly and unjusfirtably taken by tlio C. P.'li mailer 15 not given on emer- gency by the Railway Com- to which rteiogrants of protest have poured in from all-the south towns, then the 'next Is the organization of a local auto, truck ser- viceby Magratli and C'fl.-clslon to bring in the pcrisliable fituft'. find, the malls so that we msy.not bo. relegated lo the back woods cunditlon that the il! corporation woald plate us In, that its own plethoric treasure vaults may suffer no diminution 'during .one dry season, following, three lhat have evening. known. In its hlstoryrin South urn Al- berta. Some of the C. P. R..cmplpyees who have built homes here Bunder the im- pression; that our, diily. service -was permanent, will either have to go out of Its service or sell'out.and move to Lethbridge df-one dry season, AS'by should hot .ftising. dairying and. growing he urged by tho lovernment and then" have people who and .who have to take heir .losses from thevdrouth with jl smile, be treated In this manner by .he railway. It if cerulalr time that :hy country, government, look oVer, all the railways.- Instead of burdening the nation with those not pay, and Increasing Iho rates so that Ihe one' thai'does pay can pile up still greater, profits for its stock holders. slore. Iloll n cftvered ketllo officers at the Cochrane inUnlcli.allty for from IMrly lo Ihirfy-fivo.rflinutes, selecting a road as that surireyed If tolled longer (he syrup .iiegihs to darken and develop .a' tAslo corn syrup. This can be for ening all sorls ot eals Ice cream, etc although It maj not bo relished In coffee H must be borne fn mlnct In using this syrup that It must vo ntibstltoM 'ir Iranuiiled sugar weight -far weight and not vsluma for volume, about tfifee fourth! of a cup of Is equal Id about one full cnn of sugar. The only objection to in vert iagaf'ft thai It cannot bo ob- ,UlnM In dry form by Hie Provincial Oov6rhrncnl, at a, cost of lone money was disallowed' by-.Ihe (he reservation offtclals They arc glten onlv one deviation Jrom tetlltai Cardstpft. and they are now without iny road to ihla point unless thei go south and lliat the nfoort .Je'd (of thh ael H along the sjnilh tj weire in Jno liusseirSlc It S dissenting 019 by the 11111 Sprins Ward of the though few who thousht the con- Iract rather unfair did not do so. The Mall Service........ During Iho Chantaunua wed; Ihe nu'tsilon of tho mail service was a very iiVt' one and. the resolutions passed hy the-Doard of trado were unanimously approved by Iho big audiences. Our dally moil service duly.oS' uljllsliM iy order of the Commissioners after Ifto joira 6t litigation and the people deeply resent life aruflrab Action of the 0 P R became, of (fie present mat crop sea sort If Ihe condltlons'w'iltiintcd cslAbllahrncnt of the fl'nllT Rome tflh badK, then indted thore is ample on (ho ____ branch IQ justify It sltll 11 seems 1BU1AI The Kov. Dr. Bland is eipecled lo be In Lethbridge neif Sunday, Aug. 25th and speak In'Wesley Church and evening1' In Ing Dr. Eland's subject will be 'tiood Out of and The polit- ical, social and outlook ot Canada Th's evening subject was uelli ered a few ago la Cat- giry so great "was. tba aroused that Wesley charch 'and school room %as crowded to tho doord and hundreds lurned'away; ' day the. sermon 'a full In Iho Ihree dailies and two of the papers commented editorially about the- sermon Everyone ought to hear Dr Bland ,D6it Snniiy, morning and Old Fashioned Barn Dance The Commerce Rbd Cross will give an old-fashion- ed Barn Dance on the evening of FRIDAY) August 23rd AT J.' WEIGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE REFRESHMENTS' SERVED '.GENTLEMEN 11.50 DUNNING'S ORCHESTRA I YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED ;