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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST MS THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN POM OUR For you our beyond the Who gave your lives to Hold us By who keep your What can be said We can not sing your praises Lost heroes of tho endless fight Whoso souls into the lonely Too soon have i We can but Your sacred names no words express The measure ot our To you our Sir Sidney Low in The Literary PERSONAL Paul Eddy and little son are The following two names were omit ted from the successful candidates In the Toronto Conservatory Theory ex aminations held here In June first class honors Lillian first class Both are pupils of Miss Evelyn Williams and Douglas Williams are visiting with and Thomas Hocking at their ranch at Mallen are visiting at Wickett and family have returned from spending a holiday at the and Shepherd left yesterday by motor to visit Shep herds and John Dixon at Maple Miss Marion King is leaving today to visit with her brothers near Edmon May of Short i and Lafferty of Calgary are vlsl I tors in the city with and Miss Laf 1 and Carlyle have re turned from their trip to Glacier Park and other Kernm is visiting in Hard isty for a couple of v Frank Hedley and family re i turned on Thursday from a three months visit to Van couver and other coastal and Walter Olddings were visitors this week with and en routs to their home in Moose visiting for three weeks at Miss Claire graduate of the Toronto Conservatory of Music has been engaged by the Lethbridge Con servatory of Music as teacher of piano and Miss Dabel will take over the classes of Miss who will not bo able to return to Lethbrldge for some Roy who recently enlisted with the has left with a draft for Roy has left for Miss Myrtle Delay was the guest for this week of and Mc Millan of Miss Marguerite White who has been visiting for the past week with Murray en route from the left yesterday tor On George Ross who has com pleted his training in the Royal Air Force is In the city on leave visiting his before going and Harry accom panied by Master Harry Baalim re turned Wednesday after several weeks spent at the coast cities and a most enjoyable trip to In this weeks edition of the Toronto Saturday Night appears an article by Mary MacLeod Moore regarding the work of the Prisoners of War Depart ment of the Canadian Red Cross Soc iety in In the article she makes reference to John stone of Lethbridge as follows At the packing rooms there is a compet ent Canadian in Mar tin Johnstone of She superintends the packing and dis patching of parcels whose arrival is so eagerly longed John stone has been engaged in this most useful wbrk for two McMahon and Those present were Misses Lucy Har Cora Annobel Madge Baskerville and Dou glas Arthur Wei don Richard Pipos and Uert CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES fr Genevieve McMahon recently entertained a number of friends at her home in honor of Miss Lucy Hardy who is leaving shortly for the Af ter an enjoyable evening of music and refreshments were served by Rosewarns and Stevens section of the Rebekahs will meek on tho east side of Gait Gardens at Monday The Art Needlework class will meet with Hull on Mon day I Hedlunds section of the Re bekahs will meet at the home of 968 10th on Mon day evening at 8 tf J FROM THE A f The following letter was received by the Secretary Sir Alexander Gait July Dear Lundy Your Iett6r of 20th April arrived some time but r purposely delay ed to answer it as the socks had not arrived at the and it seemed bet ter to wait till they I can only thank on behalf of the boys in the very sincere ly indeed for this It is hardly nec essary to say that socks are always at they make the exact difference between extreme discomfort and absolute On two occasions that I remember we pulled into new positions in such rain that we were all pretty well wet through and a pair of clean dry socks without any holes meant real As you probably know the battery Is now about half as large again as it was in and It needs be tween 180 and 200 pairs to ensure that no one is So you can be sure that your consignment was amplo to supply Apart from every other it is very cheering for us to know that the people at home have not forgotten us With all good wishes for the and its I remain Yours very Capt Gist good quality I the prnforred ma Umforwiftr iihowlsu been chosen with ideas In Frills are practically All of j thono points recommend Ihoinsnlvos because they emphnKlxo most attrac tivelytho two tlilngis dear to the woj manly belongings tori every day and immaculate A London tailor offering a war time onepiece dress which han many attractive Tindesign Is patented And all royalties RO to the British Red The frock IH a slipover and by niennn of a clover combination of siole and belt the fullness Is adjustM about tho waist and one frock may be made to appear different each time It is worn provided the harness IK it is is made up In various colors or ma This same model rnndr up for afternoon ami evening Canadian women might design and patent a the proceeds to go to the lied FOOD BOARD r LASH FOR FEMININE FOLK For once in his Johnson was checkmated when Iv miiln tin remark that hey fed oats to horses in Mng land and men In Ho prompt ly mot with theroton tliat Scotland was famous for its men and England for its Oats in various forms has been the Staple food of of the sturdiest people In the Although not ex tensively used on this continent in the the Increasing demand for wheat substitutes is brinKing oatmeal and oatflour more prominently beforp the Canadian In oats is the greatest of all cereal crops In tho world al though in weight is surpassed by several OAT RECIPES at Just a Little Better Than Usual The prices arelower than but the values and quality are the same high quality you always secure at BATH TOWELS A big thirsty white towel in excellent quality that will give all kinds ot wear Size value After Supper pair 85c BEDSPREADS 50 only suitable for double Made in neat design and medium which are easy to These spreads are well worth to After Supper CHILDRENS SOX AND HOSE An odd lot of travellers samples and odd pairs from various good selling There are a few pairs ot small childrens hose in black and tan included in the lot but the greater part are BOX for present wear in email slies Regular 35o After Supper BOYSBLOUSES 50 Boys Wash Made of good quality of striped percale in various Made with soft Easy to Regular After Supper FLANNELETTE BLANKETS We made a lucky purchase of these soft big flannelette blank ets to we will BNare the bargain with They come In a light fawn shade with striped Size Worth After Supper Sale LADIES MIDDY WAISTS 25 ladles white wash ulMr ma4f from good qual ity ot material in belted Collars of contrasting materials iu plain shades and After Supper When add Unsolved yeast and ground rolled mixed with Mix and lot rinn un til Stir and lot rise in greased pan 50 per Sploed Oatmeal 1 12cups oat 12 cup cooked 14 cup j4 mp raisins 14 teaspoonful 12 tnaspoontul taking 12 cinna 3 letispoonfuls butter 14 cup tho molasses and fat to Mix well nil other materials and bake In muffin twins for 30 This makes 12 Rolled Oats Muffins Onenaif cup I 2 table spoonfuls I cupful Robin Hood rolled oats 1 12 cupfuls teaspoonfuls baking 2 teaspoonfuls 12 toaspoon fuls The rolled oats are cooked in twice tlinir volume of water for an hour or Mix the rolled egg and molted Add to dry ingred which have been sifted Rolled Oats Pudding cupfuls rooked rolled 4 apples cut up 12 cup 12 cup Brown 14 2 cups cooked rolled 12 cup 12 cup Mix and bake for onehalf Servo hot or Dried or fresh dates or ground peanuts may hp used instead of Either will serve live Scotch Oat Crackers Two cups rolled 14 cup 14 cup 1 12 tublespoonfuls 14 teaspoonful 1 teaspoon ful Grind crush the oats and mix with the other Roll out in a thin sheet and cut into Bake for twenty minutes In a moder ate Makes throe dozen crack There IB not substitute for white bread like the Scotch says Many families have been raised on never tasting white bread and are as healthy as If all families made a prac tice of using no wheat bread at one meal each a larger amount ot wheat could be saved to be sent to our men at the The following are the recipes cups coarse oatmeal 1 teaspoonful 2 tahlespoonfuis melted pinch hot Method Mix salt and Make a well hrtlie centre anil stir in the malted fat and enough hot water to make a soft plenty of meal on the baking Turn out tho mixture form into a ball and roll very CatIn or trl j angles and bake threequarters of an hour in a very slow Ground Rolled Oats cup hot liquid milk or warm water one half tablespoon one tablespoon two tablespoons onequarter yeast cake dissolved In onequarter cup hike warm one and a half cups ground rolled one and a halt cups white Add hot liquid to shortening and mo WARTIME o All women engaged In official war work have the problem of what to wear solved for them by their gov as a There are other women who are just as truly engaged i in war work but its performance does not remove them from the generality of The question of what to wear a most important The greA consideration Is to se cure suitable eliminate as much as possible in the way of laun dry work that comes under the head of luxuries and never for one fn Btant look dowdy or what gome wo men abhor almost as much just Feminity has set its brains to work and there is a general agreement that the onepiece frock is most satisfac It one must have blouses the re commendation is for dark ones with dainty guimpes which can be renewed easily and suffer compara tively little from their visit to the laundry and always look dainty and Both time and money are saved by using Linen or lawn of AT OLD GAME OF FOOLING PEOPLE Vor waertn of commenting on the battles in says that Marshal Koch has done his best to bring about a change in the war situation in the but that he has not Captain Von military cri tic 6C the Vossicho Zeitung says The defensive battle which is now proceeding against the numerical sup eriority of our enemies ns the result ot being strengthened by including already begins to show the dawn of German The Frankfort Zeitung says Our Bapaume front is firm and we do not doubt it will remain so as long as it pleases the German The Deutsche Zeitung of Berlin ex pects a speedy lull In the The newspaper says Lassigny Plateau was not conquer ed by the enems but it was evacuat ed by us for tactical L KEEP YOUR SHOK AT NtAT White Cake White Dressing Womens and Childrens Shoes Redecorate Your Home For The Winter Brighten up before cold weather sets Add cheer and beauty to your home by giving it a new Have your walls the floors and woodwork We have made a careful and thorough study of harmony in interior Scores of Lethbridge discriminating citizuns engage us each season to beautify their Our experience and knowledge insure LRT US ESTIMATE ON YOUR YOULL FIND OUR PRICES UNUSUALLY WELLINGTON BROS SHERtfCK 0HILDING THE DECORATORS 7TH STREET LETHBRIDSE Saturday Night APS 1 A series of unusual values from seven oclock until closing that wiD crowd the Thrifty shoppers will be quick to take advantage of these Saturday Night No need to go into a lengthy The values speak best for NO OR APPROVAL ON 20 PAIRS FLANNELETTE SHEETS Pair Size 104 In grey only at A LOVELY BLACK WHITE CHECK MATERIAL 25c Specially suitable for childrens school 30 Inches At yard At THE CANTERBURY BUREAU SCARF Size A drawn scrim scarf of great OUR HOSIERY SPECIALS Were such a success last Saturday night that we are tempted to repeat Hero they 4 dozen Black Size AA 7 to at 4 pairs BOYSHEAVY BLACK HOSE A new Sizes 8 to retailing at 40c at WE SHALL MAKE A SPECIAL DISPLAY On our centre tables on Saturday of our new Blanket Basket Come and seo them In proof that we have the and as an Example of Value Giving A REAL SNAP IN CORSETS Made of extra super and with four hose support ers 99c DO YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL VOILE WAIST RETAILING AT FOR Then come on Saturday of either plain or em BOYS WASH WAISTS rienty of chance for wearing hot weather will be with us for some time 36 BOYS WASH SUITS In white and assorted color Sizes 3 to Regular to LADIES WHITE KID BOOTS With 10 inch cloth faced Goodyear welted and French kid Made on a real uptodate O 9C Regular To Clear Saturday Night CHILDS TAN ELK BOOTS With white elk A splendid line for childrens Sizes 3 to Regular pair CHILDRENS SHOES patent leather with Wd Made in either button or lace Also a line of patent leather instep or anklo with neat bow on the All sizes from 2 to 1 iA TUNGSTEN Watt 3 for CURTAIN SCRIMS AND MARQUISETTES cream and ecru in a variety ot Special AA yards LIQUID VENEER At special prices for Saturday 25c size SOc size A OUC SPECIALS AT THE TOBACCO SECTION Black Watch Chewing Regular A lUC H tins Out Plug Regular Royal Mint Tobacco ty Regular tin Shamrock Smoking j 2 Hudsons Bay Cut Plug AM tin OdC SPECIALS AT THE CANDY SECTION Finest assprted Regular H packets Cowans Bating Hegular ;