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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,101? rtfi? LETHBRIDGE DAILY IlKnAtD PAGE FIVE CANADA Help Yourself! It's delightful -a beautiful, light layer cake chocolate iced and chocolate filled, having the real, rich chocolate flavour. It's ever so simple to make - just follow directions in recipes and you will be rewarded with the daintiest and most tasty layer cake you ever baked. CAUTION! - Be sure it's Cowan's Perfection Cocoa you use - no other gives such a perfect chocolate color or so pleasing a taste. Remember the name. Cowan's a-64 Perfection Brand" Purest and Best TRY THESE RECIPES. COCOA ICIVO. 4 tcaspoonfuls Cowan's Perfection Cocoa 2 cups Icing sugar 2 tablespoonfulo cold water. 3 tablespoonfuls hot water % tcaspoonful vanilla. Place the coroa in a saucepan and mix with cold water. until of n perfectly smooth appearance. The hot water is then added and the whole is then coolted from 1 to 2 minutes. Add the flavoring nnd a pinch of aaM.- Enough aucnr should then he added to make the whole mixture sufficiently stiff to spread evenly. To ensure against lumps beat thesn ingredients until smooth and glossy. Should the mixture be too thick a little cold water may be added, and, on Hie other hand, add a little sugar if not sufficiently thick. COCOA FIMjING. % cup Cowan's Perfection Cocoa % cup sugar 3 tablespoonfuls milk 1 egg 2 teaspoonfuls butter' .f^fev *- 7 -1 tcaspoonful vanilla ' >.�� Pinch of salt The whole should be cooked In a double boiler till the substance thickens. Caro should be taken to stir constantly. Now cool the mixture and add the flavoring. About 1 cup of nuts or cocoanut In the snme proportion, or. even mixed fruits, make a splendid addition tq this fl'lng. Cowan'* Products Always Preferred. Write for Cowan's Dainty Recipe Book on Cakes and Desserts-mailed free. Boul ton's Auto Livery ..WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Phone 1206 IT co8t8 NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We use a 7-passengcr Hudson In care of an experienced and careful driver. The Hudson Auto Livery Phone*: Day 608 Night 1269 J. PAPPAS, Owner OTPS AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 DRAYING Of All Kinds WcsternTransferCo. Limited Cfflce-C. P. R. Freight Sliedt PHONES Office ........... 1161 Stable* .......... t064 DRAYING Phones 1348 or 1358 Turner & Witchell Dfflee at Kennedy's 410 13th St. Hamilton, Ont., Aug. 24.-Tho inquest Into the (loath of Dr. V. G. Muc-Hobble, who was found In a dying condition on Sunday night near midnight in tho warehouse of the Crescent Oil Co., and who died shortly after was continued last night. Mrs. MacHobhie said her husband left home about 8 o'clock in the morning. About 10 o'clock three men called and ono asked for him. They were in an automobile. She did not like tho appearance of tho man who enquired for the doctor, and said alio did not think he would bo homo till evoning. It was her belief that Walter Scott waa driving the car but she was not positive. Dr. McRobblo returned homo between 11 and *2 o'clock and went to his room without taking lunch. He arose batwoen three and four, and for a time played with his children. Between li ,and 1 o'clock ho went to his office to attend a patient. While there, he answered two other calls. About 7.50 he went out and ahe did not see him again alive. She was told about two o'clock Monday morning that ho was dead. MrB. Powla stated that before midnight that night she was awakened by hor baby and he'ard twq cries for help come from the direction ' of the company's buildings. They were followed by two ot?Ver crier shortly after. She admitted that they might have come from Italians who reside near by but later [ Bald she thought they came from the Crescent Oil buildings. The inquest waB then adjourned until a week from Friday night. AT THE ORPHEUM MONDAY AND TUESDAY. ALIEN8 REFUSED TO WORK, WERE FINED. Moose Jaw, Aug, 24.-Two Aus-trlans, who yesterday refused to work at $3.50 a day after a farmer had driven them 22 miles to his farm, and who were arrested by the police, had to pay a $30 fine or go to work when they appeared in t lie police court. The magistrate made it forcibly known that no. men alienB lor others will bo allowed to loiter about the streets while harvest Uel))' h* needed so badly. Needless to asy the Austrian* ehosoto take ip,ta and wore KELLY IS Winnipeg, Aug. 24.-Thomas Kelly, contractor, h.is been released from Story Mountain penitentiary and Is now at his home in Winnipeg. He was allowed out on parole yesterday on the grounds of Ill-health, after serving nine.months of a two and a half year term. The department of Justice at Ottawa yesterday wired the warden of the penitentiary ordering Kelly's release. It was understood that he would be taken to a hospital,, but It was learned today that Kelly was at his home. Thomna Knlly was sentimcd to two and a half years in penitentiary for unlawfully obtaining money approximating $1,000,000 in coniiortilin with the construction of tho Manitoba parliament hulldlngK for which ho hail the contract. Il� was i;x-^traditcd from Chicago more than n year ago on this charge and entered the ponitentinry on ^T.jvomber 22nd, V.nr,. His trial was one. of the most sensational in the history of the province. AT THE MAJESTIC Are you interested in the subject of hit-lli control? II is n frank iptnstion, but not. necessarily a dlsc-onccrUm; one. Medical soclciies, women's clubs, publicists, sociologists-- all are. to the fore In discussions, pro and con, of blrlh control. Police have raided In various (dties Hie ineeliiigs of women urging a propaganda for tin' dissemination of Information on this subject, ami the court trial of one ot lis most, prominent advocate.-) lias been set. It is wholly to be expected that the stage, the, great, educator, would take ill) tin's' subject so prominently before tin1 public. Announcement Is made of tin; product inn of "llnr 1'nhoni Child," a four act drama by Howard McKenl. Harncs. It IomcIum on an important angle of Ibis iioe.ilion anil is said to handle it intelligently and delicately, yet. vigorously. The play will be presented at the Majestic ..fl Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday next. August ",7th, liSth and 2!dh, with daily matinees and during this engagement the inalinee performances will be reserved exclusively for the ladies. Nature Says "I can remedy most ills, and; help you to escape many ail-, merits, if you give me timely; aid." Naturally, Nature prefers' BEECHAM'S PILLS Largeit Sole of Any Moilicin* ia Am WafleV Sold r.vcrywhcre. In boles, 25c. length comes from tho patient llttlft girl. Startled, all tile men rise, to tht lr feet hut no one answers. Then: '"Which one of 11:; would you lilte to �be your father'.'" replies one, an elder-I ly man with a more kindly face than I the others. Kur her reply and the i unexpected dovolopinf.'titH which folr low, see "The Valentine Girl." 1,100 PRI London, Aug. 24.-The Canadian Associated Press learns from an eye-witness that the recent push of tho Canadians achieved al! its objectives except one position protected by machine guns. The country operated in is very difficult, consisting of a series of villages held by machine guns. During the main attack tho Canadians took 1,100 prisoners in addition to inflicting 1.100 enemy casualties and repulsed 20 counter-attacks, made with greater force and determination than has been marked hitherto. The Germans had prepared for our attacks eight 'days previously. Our machine gunners never had such good targets for direct fire. They fired over 30,000 rounds in one day, mostly at human targets. "It. was nothing less than slaughter," said tho eye-witness. The ground gained was of great tactical value. The Canadians used their rifles with telling effect. All agreed that it was one of the finest operations the corps had ever undertaken. One of the best events of the season will be the conceit engagement of the Moris llatnbourg Company tonight at the Majestic. The press cnmmenls. which have reached our city of the criucuti given by these artists on their lour of Western Canada will indicate I hat Ibe programme they give Is indeed a very meritorious one. Our music lovers are looking forward to (he occasion with a good deal of pleasure and will not. he disappointed. The 'Cello which Mr. llambourg uses is a very valuable Instrument, worth in the neighborhood of $10,000. and is dated 1T;',2. It has a most interesting history, and Air, Hambotirg made a special trip to Italy to secure it from Huron (luiseppc, who was indeed loath to part with his treasure at. any price. The tickets' for this engagement can be secured from the box office now. AT STARLAND Imagine a little girl who hav never seen her father--at least since babyhood-coming to his homo at last only to find him so deeply engrossed in a gambling game with some confederates that 110 attention is paid to tho little figure waiting by the door. Thls^ is the .situation faced by Marguerite. Clark in the role of Marian Morgan in "The Valentine Girl," a Paramount Picture produced by Fnm-ous Players and showing at Starland tonight and tomorrow. "Which one of you gentlemen is my father?" at TEDDY WON'T TAKE TO AT THE EMPRESS "Tires of Rebellion" at the KmprCSS tonight is the second P.luebird Photo-iilay to be produced by Mrs. Joseph de Graisc, better known to the profession as Ida .May Park. In this case, she wrote her own story, and then directed it with the fine company com-poi-cd of that famous trio, Dorothy Phillips. 1,011 Chancy and William Sto-well, who have done some of the finest things on the llluehird program this year. Many of the scones were laid in a factory town of Xnw England, and in order to reproduce the correct atmosphere. Miss Park took tho company into the faclory district of l08 Angeles, where a large crowd became unintentional actors in the drama which was filmed there. Miss Phillips does some of her best, work as the little heroine who Is determined that her life shall not lie that of the women whom sh!> sees around her, living drab lives, little better than slaves. Iler lire for rebellion is finally quenched, after a hitter experience In the city, and the ending is moro than satisfactory. MAJESTIC PHONE 1722. 3 Favorite indsor DAYS Starting Next Monday Matinee, Aug 27 Matinee Dally at 2.30 Nights at 8.30. Not a Picture