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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. AUGUST 2-J, 1018 f HE LETIIBRIDGE DA1LV -PAGE'ELEVEN MILADI good quality 1? the t.referred iua-. lasses. When lukewarm, add dissolved lertal. Underwear lias likewise tcenjyfcf.s' snd ground rolled oats, ruliwd iJmaiin in view, j with fiour. Mix well, and lei rise uu- 'rills are practically banished. All oil in Main. Bur aud ici rise iu .neHc points recommend themselves j greased pan (50 percent, because emphasise most atlrac-J splcfd Oatmeal Cakes. ively tho Iwd't'nincs Uyar lo ibc wo-j j.2.cups oat fiour. j.2 cup mauly woman-damt) for eup M cup ralrttis .very day and iinmw-ula.tefreshuess. 1-4 soda, teaspoonlul v FOR OUR DEAD. v. y> For you our dead, beyond the sea, Who gave your lives to "hold us free, By us, who keep your memory, j What can ho said? Wo can not sing your praises righi, Lost heroes of the endless fight; souls luto tho lonely nlgUt, j Too soon fled. J i We' can hut honor, cherish, bless, Your sacred names; no words eiprees i Tho measure ol our lliaQltfuipesB, To you our dead.- j Sir Sidney Low in The Literary 1 Digest.- PERSONAL I Mrs. Paul Eddy and Httlo son are Banff. v. i The fellow ing two names were omit tod from the successful can did ales In I the Toronto Conservatory Theory ex I am [nations held here In June: .llllda McMIlleii, first class honors; Lillian Smith, first class honors; Both art pupils ol Sir. Young. 1 Miss Evelyn .Williams and Douglai I Williams are visiting with Mr. am Mrs. Thomas Hocking at ranch I at Magralh. i t Mr. and Mrs. R; Jlallen are vlaitlai at Banff. v Mrs- H. H. "WicKetl and family hav i returned from spending a the coast. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd let j yesterday by motor to vIsit-Mrd. She] herd's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. .Toh DIxon at Maple Creek. v Miss Marion-King is leaving tofla to visit with her brothers near Edmon ton. 1 f Mrs. May ot California, Mrs. Sbo and airs. Lafforty of Calgary are vis lors Jn the and.Mtsa La .'ferfy. Mr. and Mrs. P! p. Carlyie hatp turned from their trip to: Glacier Par t and'other points. 1 Mf.G. J. Kemm Is visiting In Har Isty for a couple of weeks. Mrs. FraSili Hedley andfamily.r i turned on Thursday from a months visit to Seattle. Victoria, Van- uver and other coastal cHics. I Mr. and Mrs, Waller Glddlnes were Bltora this week with Mr, aud Mrs. J, DasfccrvHEo en route to their homo MOOBO visiting for three eeks at Carman gay. Miss Claire Dabel, graduate of the oronto Conservatory ol Music has ecu engaged by the Lethbridgc Con- rvatory of Music as teacher of piano nd theory. Miss Dabel will take over o classea of Miss Peterson, who will ot bo able to retirm lo Lethbrldge e used instead of appieb. Either wil erve live people. Scotch Oat Crackers Two cups rolleJ oats, J-4 cup -4 cup molasses, 1 1-2 tabiespoonful at, 1-4 teaspoonful soda, 1 teaspoon ul salt- Grind or, crush the oats and ml Uh.lhe other materials. Roll out i thin sheet cut into squares .ake for twenty minutes in a mode te oven. Makes three dozen, crac! O 4 --aOClALv.EVENTi Mediation recently entertained 'a number oi friends at her home "in honor of Mlsa Lucy Hardy who 13 leaving shortly for the east. Af- ter an enjoyable evening of music and games, refreshments were serreil by Dear (Mrs. Lundvi Your letter ct 2CUi April arrived some time ago. but I purposely delay ed to answer it as the socks had not arrived at the time, and it seemed bet ler to wait till they had. I can only thank you, on beiialf oi the boys in tho battery, very sincere ly indeed for this gift. It ia hardly nee easary to that socks are ahvaya useful. Indeed, at times, they'make the exact difference between extreme discomfort and absolute comfort Oi two occasions that I remember we pulled into new positions In such tain that we were all pretty well .wet! through and a pair of cleau dry socks (without any holes) meant real cdm- forL _.'.-" As. you probably know the Lattery s now about half as large again as It was in Lelhbridpe, and it needs be- tween ISO and -00 pairs to' ensure ihiU no one is overlooked. So'yon can be sure that your consignment tva's ample everyone.. Apart, from, crerr oilier, it is "very.cheering for us toiknow- that the people at home have not forgotten us yet. With all good wishes for the' I.O.IX its work, I remain 'Yours ven' alncerely, C. H. COLLINSON, Capt; O.C. Gist Battery, 2.F.A. RECIPES The prices areflower than ever, but the values and quality ;rire the same high cju'ality you always secure atRyiamk r BATH TOWELS A bid thirsty in eicellcnt quality that will gire all klnrts ot TMT easy. Slia 21x42. Kcjular H.1S yaluc. today. f: After Supper Sde 85c 59 only suitable for double bed. Made In nMt design and medium weight which arc lo launder. Thelie spreads aro well worth 41.15 to 12.00. After Sapper Sale CHILDREN'S SOX AND HOSE An odd lot. ol traveller's samples and odd pairs (rpm various good dolling lines. There BTO a few pairs or small children's hose In black and tan included In the lot but the greater part are SOK for present WMLT hi small aliea only. Regular 35o values. After Sapper Stle 19c BOYS'BLOUSES ''_ _ 80 only. Boys' Wash Blouses. Mtis of gootl quality of lii rarlous with toft cplfor, Easy (o launder. SWMTSak 6fc BLANKETS ffe a tacky of these.nod big flannelette blanK- 6tur J3.M LApIES' MTODY WAISTS 25 only, isdtes' uratita, from good qual- ity ot material M Wildd Myta. Collars of conlrswtlng In pWn tlitdes and ftrtfts. Mfnlar After Supper WAR-TIME CLOTHES. AH .women engaged in official war work have the problem of what to wear solved for them" by their gov- mme'nt, a a a rule.'There are other women who are just engaged n war work but its performance does npt remove them from the generality it women. The question of wear Is, how'ever, a most important one. The la to se- cure suitable material, elimlnatB- as much GS posaible way of laun- dry work that comes under .tho'head oi "luxuries" and never- lot "one" in- stant look dowdy some wo- men nbhor .almost as 'serviceable Femlulty lias set. Its brains to work and there Is a general agreement that ;he one-piece. Crock, la most satisfac- tory. If one must have blouses the re- commendation is for dark ones with dainty gulmpca which can be renewed easily and frequently, suffer compara lively little from their visit to llio laundry and always look dainty and fresh. Both time and money are eared by using gulmpef. Linen or lawn of "TliDre is not sulistiUite for white bread like the Scotch says Geo. Uurbldge. "Many, families have been raised on oatcake. f never tasting white bread and arc as healthy as passible. If all families made a prac lice ot using no bread at one meal day, a larger amount wheat could be .saved to be sent io our ineti at the. front. The following are recipes: Oa cup s coar 3 e oatmeal 1 teaspoonful .salt, 2 tablespoonful melted fat, pinch soda, hot water Method: >lis odlmenl, salt aud "soda Make a well in7 Hie centre and stir i; Ihc malted enough hot wate (o make ra soft nijxtiire. Faib plent of meal on (he liafciug board. Tur out 'the mixture form Into ;i ball an roll "very. thin. Cat '-in -squares angles and bake'tliree-qnartcra of'a hour in a very a1ow oven vlroiind Rolled Oals Brcad-r-One cu lot liquid or warm v.-aler) on half tablespoon salU.ono tables poo shorlcniug, two. tablespoons molassc. cake one-n.uarter cup ILIS "2J" water and a half cups ground rolled oat one and a half cops white flour. Ad Saturday Night SNAPS A series of unusual values from seven.o'clock until closing time, that will crowd the store. Thrifty shoppers will be quick to take advantage of these Saturday Night Specials. No need to go into a lengthy talk. 'Hie values speak best for themselves. NO PHONE, C.O.D. OR APPROVAL .ON THESE. Amsterdam, 'Aug. Vor- waerls ot Derlin, vonunenting on the battles in France, says that Marshal Koch has done his best lo bring aoout change in the war Bituation In Ihe wDslr hut that-he has not succeeded. Captain You Saiznisun, military cri- tic 61 the Yossicho Zeltung says; 'The deienRlve is now proceeding against the numerical sup- eriority or our enemies as the-result 'being strengthened by' 'Americans, inclnflinfj already .begins, to. of German "victory, The Frankfort'KcUuns sayb 'Our Bapaume front is" firm and we do not doubt t ivlU remain sa as lomj it pleases the Cennan command The Deutscho Zeitung of Berlin ex- pccls a speedy lull in; the flglilmgi Tho newspaper says 'liiissiEny Plateau was iiot conquer- ed by'the but it was evacuat hot liquid to sail, shortening fvnd mo-jed by for White Cake Shoe Dressing" i r-. nd Cmldrens Shoes Redecorate Your Home For The Winter _ Brighten up before cold weather sets in. Add cheer and beauly'to your home by giving "it a new Have your Walls, redecorated, the floors and woodwork varnished, Wo hara made ft careful and thorough sluily'of ha'rniony in Interior decorating, Scores of Lcthbriilgo dlacrlmtnattog clifzchs. engage U3 each season to bcaulify their liomes. Our experience ant] knowledge Insure afltlatoctloTi., LET US ESTIMATE ON YOUR WORK. YOU'LL'FINO OUR PRICES UNUSUALLY REASONABLE. BROS SHERWOK By THE DECORATORS 20 PAIRS ONLY, FLANNELETTE SHEETS Size 10-4 iu grey only at 2.49 7TH STREET 9, LETHBRIDQE A LOVELY BLACK WHITE CHECK MATERIAL Specially suitable for children's school dreSses. 30 iuches ivlde. At THE "CANTERBURY" BUREAU SCARF, Size- !Siu2. A (iravru scrim scarf of great beauty. PA OUR HOSIERY SPECIALS Were such a success last'Satur'day night th'at we are tempted to repeat Uiem. Hero thisy arc. 4 dozen Black Size nn 7 to SK, at 1 pairs 1 BOYS'HEAVY BLACK HOSE A new arrival. Sizes S to 10, retailing at 40c pair, at WE SHALL MAKE A SPECIAL DISPLAY On our centro tablet OB Saturday night, our new Blanket Cloths, Serges; Worsteds, nroatlcloths, Basket'Weaves, Coating? Come anil acu them In proot that Sve have anil as ah Example ol Valufc'.GivinB: A REAL SNAP IN CORSETS Made of extra super with "jffiur hose support- ers at, 99c DO YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL', VOILE WAIST RETAILING AT FOR on Saturdajnitght, of either.''rlain tailored, or em- broiilsred. BOYS' WASH WAISTS Plenty of chance for wearing hot weather will be with us Tor some time yet. .36 ONLY, BOYS' WASH SUITS In white anil'assorted color-stripes. to, 6, years. Regular to at, 'each 1.59 LADIES' WHITE KID BOOTS With 10 inch clolh-tops, faced Cootlj-ear welteij solos, and French heel KM cohered Made on a real unto-diite ft 7C last Regular J1660 To Clear Saturday Night J CHILD'S TAN ELK BOOTS WIIK while .oik'sole: A splendU line tor children's wear. Regular 25. At, pair CHILDREN'S SHOES Ot, patent leather with Ud tops. Made In either button or lace styles. Also n line of patent leather instep or anhlo strdp, neat bow on the vamp, All sizes from 1 to 7 Spedal i J A I TUNGSTEN LAMPS-4 Watt only, ,3 for CURTAIN NETS, SCRIMS AND MARQUISETTES White cream anil ecnl In a'vanii] uf pnltems Special t AA yards tor liUV LIQUID VENEER At special for Salunlay night. 2Sc size for 19c 50c size for. 39c SPECIALS AT THE TOBACCO SECTION Watch" Chewing Tobacco. Ilegular 15c. Special, Mug 'T. 1'lug Tobacco. Hegular 40c. Special, tin "Iloyal Tobacco (H Ib. Regular 90c. Special, tin t. 'ShamrocV'.Smbklhg Tobacco.' Special 2 iilugs i Hudson's Baj Cjt Plug Ib tins) Special tin lOc 80c ISc 24c 85c SPECIALS AT THE CANDY SECTION Chocolates, (laroVs Jlcgulai1 Sic Ib i I V, Ib packets Eating Regular 30c Special, racket 33c 20c ;