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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OH HANNA WHAT CAN BIDDY She Looks With Disdain on Our Ideas of Hosehold Economy and Herself Eats More Than Alltlw Rest of the And She Has Her Good y sriPOSR tPai Hanna is ting Ileniy ot aAvice these both1 iul1tc l Every feels qualified togive on a niatUT ef such personal nnrt poignant interest as food prices and H gives one a vague feelins that afier all Providencemay he on our sine as much as the on the ami the prospect is I coTifess to moments whenI should give Hanna advice and again to others when I should like to ask him how to introduce Into liriilgeis dormant mental faculties ihe idea lhat there is a lime for sav and that the time is Here and liridcet has a prejudice against new They seem to her superflu ous and She re sented the introduction of the fireless cooker she looked upon the electric as an unnecessary and dan seroiis complication to ihus all mydeli catelyvcilfd allusions to the duly of Canadian kitchens in time of There of a few excep Rice is She prefers our usins rice as n vegetable instead of She likes canned tomatoes better than It saves peeling There are a few such as on which Bridgets mentality but on the main question that ot ravins onesixth of our coh suinption of Wheat and it would Bridget has a fixed idea that the eatins oC porrifise contributes to her enormous size and so she tafres it out in bacon for breakfast and marma Bridget consumption ot bacon equals the sum total of the rest of Baccn and juicy steaks fcrm the substrata of her dietary with A superstructure of pastry she doesnt care for it made with lard and layercases and plum ber manipulations with and other there are iwo main and a Jirse sortment of subsidiary to the t regaiAs iierselS as of and 2nd she s abso uiely as a family If 1 were to enumerate virtues it would take all of i and most of the She has sen us through many a family been urith the greengrocer and the cnred for our Jntcr even the charlady desert Vve are not a selfsufficient Sadly I confess TTe couldnt live without a and we thank Heaven daily when we re memter to that our particular ver sion o her was bestowed upon The weighty and her oon girth of We put up with them because one has always in such a naughty world as his toput up with But with Hannas and our own matter oecoraes somewhat more vltaL What WouM Hanna Do WE can manage without sugar in our and a patriotic Englishwoman and what Englishwoman is not patriotic these to me but Bella ob Of course she objectThey Iways But there Is this nee just now between England and If Bella leaves her sltua ton over there andtakes he will not Improve her prospects in CANADIAN WOMAN A HIT IN AN ENGLISH CANTEEN The Workers Liked Her Free Ways and Did Every V thing They Could To Make Things Easy For 1 Thought Her American Accent ByCAGEY beckonedto the group and In vlonR July Kile Ihey each with a pile of HE a had In his arms cut to the proper Suoaire to make her stay la Kns Were going to do It every to the for you Ihe boy promised Giving tiie a on a Hot Summer Day LOVES HIS GARDEN PLOT ire Now Plot Holders and Many A ROMANCE OF EARTH treating New Social Life at Centre zatiori he way of That may assist er to mental It s not so wlltt Twenty la ies of my acquaintance irould Jump at the chance of and give her not only roastlamb and veal and all the other she careisio orgie out than I am able to offer Garbage SHEis particularly fond of a gooi hearty plumpudding ith butler it has disappeared from ur nTenuesshe con soles herself when ever i nice rich frult She mafces thssa as a blrth or a nice little surprise as yre nibble only a few crumbs Invaluable sTstzEceindisposing of the rest She won a a church raffle Us generously set it on ou table before ever she cut it herself Bridgets generosity Is ccnfined to her It goes allth Tvay Her cafce waa of lh stufified with al rtionds in an inchthick butttrcream It lasted be nearly two You may ask why I allow Bridget so much licence with rheef an3 why I dont curtail is a large map of l London hanging on the wall of an office in Buck ingham which is stuck all over with lilUe some some writes Harold The green which there are represent and The I paid Bridgei lart murmured something about wages be ing when she cheerfully thats all O course my heart warmed to It warms several UraesTa cools agaih when I see the extraslice that Invariably EMS out with the dish the cold toast that is left the pot ofstrong exceeding that awaits the sink These little matters have been mentioned to Bridget in every variety ot fonfc with nil result save that she unmistakably thinks I anl growing of making things troublesome for Tou can not make dispositions You can ilol instil new of vala when ends You can njt give at forty the education be longing to Nor dare you coerc where a precious Bridget Js cocerned I wonfler what Hanna would think I ought to do BRITAIN BANS GERMAN TITLES The King Has Also Cut Down Ihe Number of Oft shoots of of the Despite ot which there are epresent plots ot land J are rrvyfn potatoes ariJ carrots ad parsnips arid But these red flags pinned into he map of Ixindon represent soroe morethan They epresent the hunger m the heart f man for his They flags of our father Adam stlH amidst the biicks and slated of They are witnesses to the persistence gardener soul of the souhis Jcated Idle Men and Idle Landi I more IN romantic figures eyer puh isbed than these which now In the year deeply moved by the distress which vailed at that conceived the idea of bringing the idle man into partnership with the idle land of He founded the Vacant Land Cultivation After much hard 140 idle to seventeen acres oE wasted London The cynics At the outbreak of in the ulumn of the society got to work with fresh fearing un and by the autumn of 316 it liad SSO plotholderscultivat So tackled the largest canteen In fet about switching her in and cents to grasp and being she quickly picked it being Canadian and thus un with the rules and regula the and or she made many friends among tho They cra akindly those mun of them old men and many very youiiff for factory To i their own serving them from behind the counter beside tho Can presumed to spea beyond the exigencies ol the canteen An Ens sh work in gmn n never spaks to his fellowcountry man superior until he is spoken Hut they soon found that English rules did not apply the Can And so they were always on the watch to help carry her water and milk to pull obstacles from her as she passed through the to ease her duties in the many ways that readily present themselves to aclaift that lias always been the And distinct rivalry sprang up in these Leaving the booth one day for hot water in one of Ihe old men waddled up lo take her She it whs the reachher made a place for himself nt her other side Ill with he ex Ignoring bis fellowworkman Here and there were those with re atlvcs or friends In Canada or United To most of them it vas all Aod they would land munching slowly at heir to hear the American accent so strange to thctr One day an old having surreptl y scrubbed his dirty face with tier opened I Queer Canadian tells me youre i well I never talked lo one We all ave don t we Vlica J go up north they says yorjro He wiped ills face once moreand at preliminary on versa ional ave a rottiercutthere lii North But thats In the orvccted tho Ho puzzled over that a Then But youre from America Seeing her expression O1 Shanter Crown Approach of bonnet has taken aiead on most of the fall fashions in that it has jriersKjd Hie of autumn and It is a HUle Dillon and somehow rir other sUESests the tnmoslmnler of the Chasseurs Faces Blue DevilsT The hat is ol midnight blue ve yet wUh a lamoshanter For decoration It is trimmed with roseltc of pink roses and purple the the clay fs breaking up vast land hcM by Midas to increase hia anil converting it Into gar dens green with Natures The talk of their plots going to the read about gardening at their meals his German name and connections the new peer Is an Englishman and a British sailor to the and de voted to theprofesEion to which he has given the greater part of his HE A TOO TaxpayersRelieved of 000 a Year to Pay Aus bian E since the war broke out the fact IhaTsome members of thfl royal family have borne Gtr man names has con the Kings recent decision lo rid the royal family such names and titles has given universal haa also demo cratic touch by determining to clown the number of royal These olfshools of royalty have be come rather numerqus In the last fifty If Ihe system continued every member In each fatn iiy prioeeeiled to a prJnctlr title the imiiiipilCiilton of new titles could not hut tend lo lower the honor In plib lie Al iho Viennese for lliere Is such an accumulation ol Archdukes and Arihiluch that the taxpayers are zeilevcd ot a year 1a order to pa Qiese iHustrious personages Uiei Adventurous Life E entered the British navy a the age of and years later sered In tha taking part In the bombard nl c Although this the only naval campaign to hla be has not been without Oliver Tvas at one lime staying with his Prince Alexander of Bat was then rtiler of Bul when one night a of des peradoes broke into the pointing revolvers at his brothers lold him to choose between assassination and away the throne on the It Was a tight and Prince as he was knew well enough that the men meant murder if they did not get their Far from being he acted with guch fortitude thai a few months later tha people offered him the throne The preferred to stick to tha Old Country he loves and which he has serred so QtteerTs Brother Honored us about acres of this unrated Nobody noticed Butnow came the fear of food greater energy the society pushed on with its enccuragetl by the Board of Agriculture and helped by some noble voluntary With what re suit At the moment It lias over Cultivating nearly acres of derelict In Ixindon acres wasted land no jlonger And ttiere are many thousands of appHcanls still wailing for London PloitHolderi II 4 MOXG these London plotholders are doctors and shopkeepers and craftsmen and A revala tlon nas been accornpllshed of all this community havo discovered creativj Joy ear It beats the There are literally thousands of applicants to the Vacant Land Cultivation clely sill legging1 plots liter ally hundredi of letters arrive every day asking for land although there are still very many green flags On 4i6 map of It Is hard work to displace them with red NOTHER new Marquess is the Duke ot Queen Marys eldest The exDuke Is an army officer of wide con slderabla organizing and nn uaual mechanical He served throughout the South African and distinguished himself by hla military fttraiegy anu personal hrav Ksme landlords are suspt Bomo borough countils are Ali honor lo th6 Wands ipenas military fttraiegy anu personal hrav The title of Koyal is now receivine tha Medal and only Kings EOHE and Uix and relatives of the king hilhetto called trlnces navo been granted positions In the British oeeragc of iPrince who Is iow a the has A hiluralliiid subject for up of fifty Ho prlgbally from In Germany is married to An earMom has been conferred on rlnce Alexander of who Is also a keen He passed frori Sand Ihio tits lift and eaw active In the War In then In Ihe Boer which brought him mentioned in despjlchei and a During worth Borough which has led the way In this matter with 200 acres of unrated which ore now standing thick with vegetables Heres you Abou per the plotholders be ginthis work not knowing a spade from a In complete Ignor ance of And yet they long for a bit of They come to the and to Give us roii of tsro of oar Mother and teach us how to it ns our fathers who iini in the country used It and loved few weesa they arc efficient directly office or factory work hasten to their Dili ot earth Its the most encouraging ps rience In my Gerald to see the Londoners lov his I believe absolutely tha by nature an aErkullura Its a tine sight to watch e Londoner bending over the liltl hings heis and to observ his eyes and In his speech the jo creation Some people SCO in ou ork the interesting and usefi act that we are growing tons i ood on guilders But I thin he most interesting and striking fat bout it is that we arc creating a social life at the very centre of social life founded eep in the purest instincts of the lUtnan n dlher It isnt nice fo Jady to GO through all these fur Andas he left at th Hit promised io hastily closed and ned Im tlad 1 Now and thenanold man opened tip to liersometljnEbf his Ona of lliem liad business In the Later lie explained thai It was sellins grapenuts and patent whatever line of bust might include those diverse He had met lots ot he It came to her afterwards that srapenuta and pat ent might htm the mcdluni of In n moment of confidence ho told her nt his ho was stilt theother old chap And It wasareaUoke lo liiB along on the other side with the 1J no raised hopes Me an my missus ad horne money ouIl So we bought a pou try fann at of not part jdown Easlbourne raaKo her a j copjier wag always dearth ot for the pur hases and always in odd ence or But the dlffi ultywas solved by the men collect ng from the ttores all the pennies could The lunches that vcro carried fromtho booth had to bb wrnpptci n paperj and the supply shc his thirl One day a grouchy old munitioner complained that tbero was no one stand ing near scurried away and returned with an I wont give them a chance lo get cross with he Another time i group boys was working hard the shadow of a shop all through the dinner resently one lad delacJied himself nd camo to the need riy papers idday he Inquired When she assured him cup of How did It iiay Inquired the he warned if you want to lose money poultry You didntknow nothin about an we bought on the northeast side of a And the chickens got an the cows trot We might been rich if wed bought on the Ho viped Ills lips and chuckled H wasnt to wed made this ivar seen active senIce narrled slsUr oa lii weslen WMpn msn An iHB Journal of tocletf has a circulation of Luge Women To Be Well Dtetttd ITHE large woman wljl bo w dressed this 11 sveltlm designer havo Iholr ploy all ans of iu ting and all ihe clever touches designing to give tl svclt lines fashlpnab appearance o worflen rnarty tlf Thfa svcllllne jult Is a con succtssfui example what has liccn accompliahftd for bad as if Its avln n law When the Canadian camo to leave the mcu held a her booth a sittnt affair io which they mere ly spent a lot of money and said Theday was a record ono for Those many thousands of men had galhcred to express their of the Canad la n method lYIlUM 3JIV bat were he lot treating the SUMMEROF 1914 K LONDON7 fell a clearer light Caressing pencils of the aim Defined the the white Houses transfigured oneby The unlovely street impcailcd O what a sky hi3 walked tho world Mori happy year And cut of town The hay was and the wheat The silken harvest climbed the Moon after moon was heaven Stroking tho brtad within the DOking twixt apples and the nd while this rose made round he The armies convulsed and when his chaste young silver sun went up a thousand shattered wet heaped the fcor a leaguelong throb of lower following ant And berries and benignant skies lada thrive the Hocks and Yonder are men shot through the children hide thy face Fron mans unpardonable A Who said No man hath greater lovo than this To died lo nerve his Ttxmmie Is Chance by the War Overealtng li One of ihe Vices of and Herewith Arc Suggested a Few Simple Menus for Canadian By ETHEL LLOYD NK tot the vices of civilization Is I f The men And wo men ol America epeclally have heen as victims of this dls A very few years ago It was there large class ol women In our various Ms ciiies fihose solo occupation was practically to pass from afternoon tea to dinnersIn Jiolets and rcslnur anta ana from dinners on to cabaret suppers1 be then Ihe war M curlnii this particular Imloor sport For he prices of food arefast becoming so high that only thevery rich soon ivll be aWo the luxury o leaping roni liihlt to able oil toy Antl so In alartilni contrast to rgles listed on hotel menus o honey clew melon through o Ices a la aiisrbldthlng comes th iprpovtl hoi wealher diet for th Ko these have loved usall unto the Chide thou no 0 thou unsucrl soldier dying dies upon a The very khs ot In Tho London Times A OB brings a man knowledge 0 many things lie I would rathe Perhaps Here s n lesson for grow peopla in the simple food Jhat bcs let health and ourlittle Listen Wlhls for iby yar jd JreaVast with very lillic and of mil Tlie luanllly of cereal must be is cfIcd by tho Btrnlncd cereal us rnucfc cr rnnllon bro with a slice ol eliilc bread or If brolli Is not served glvs one soil okcd Ior junfcet or Rtard or rice After a child Is flxlcen months od ne es may be given at breakfast na bolleil potato nt Some mcsa spoonful o beef juice may e poilred over the pIcK all fried foods and pork arc al foods for Is absolutely to he hutllh of the hould drink nt least lour glasses of a dty Tea end coffee arc fatal to the crves il a They give children falsa Tfiey give a feti ng of rest when we arc In need of ourisMng This Is artificial The nerves havo been ctcd anon that they feel relrcsh nut we have received rio real trcnslh such ns comes from When childrens nerves ore abused In his they weaken more quickly han After If this war forces us lo jchave In a more discreet way toward The Great Canadian the Kaiser will not be the only beast pui out ot TT la easier lo namo a brand cigars alter a man than it fs 0 Induce him smoke i with pretty laugh al aiiy Melh nil A ;