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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, 1918 PAGEK1NR Mr. ancj If. Ottlund and family pro visiting IjanK and other points ju tlig mountains. Miss DavldEop. provincial -health jiurso, Is In IhVcItj" Mrs, Lake, who has'been vislling lior Mrs. J, M. Fife.. left yesleruay to return' to lier home in KU: J. D. Hlglnbotbam bas return- vfiilfac in the'east. s 'Miss Jteta ttJellfDKtan'has returned from vlsiling In Proctor, B, C- Mr. C. B. a visitor at Nollelord for'tlie Mrs. D, Innian; anil daugh jl.Htli, yesterday via Lake Erie, from two immths visit, among around oilier Oh la went our respective- ways 10 our utes (60 per cent a-jr dsy'2 e'Jt-j IK-S and Uartey cup hoi [quid (milker oiie tablespoon ihortentng. one tablespoon sugar, one- lalt tallospoon a alt. oiie-quartfcr- reaat.cake, dissolved In (wo table-j ipobus luiowarm water, oue cuy ryo[ lour, One aud a quarter cups barley j lour three-quarters cup cornsiarcli. j i'our hot liquid over auyar, shortening j lukewarm add 3U [Extended solved yeast and fluurs, sifted with cornstareh, MU thoroughly and lei1 rleo until lipht. Stir ivell and lei rise i iu greased pan until light. Bake; In moderately hot oven nixmi iio iulu-; ules (CO 2-3 per cent ng. Greai tjraUe and thuuks are cue o our Local Veterans fw tbe enjoy- time accorded -us atso to all those who helped to tbu day the suc- cess it ,1 bear wo arts Lo Mve an annual treat; let us urmn ihut jefore our that the shj.'1'jw >J war which now bangs su heavjlj jver us will bare vanished, leaving ;n its stead a lasting peace. WIFE. t frtoiuls aml-relatfves'ln )aytp3i, Cleveland and wlnts. wlio has been i'Js- lflj with lier slaters. Mrs. B. Shar- mati audb S. -Jackson, left, yes- ierday to visit tn the, cast. Lint. W, S, Ball and children have To'.urncd from visiting at ttio coast. Mr. and Mia. J. A. Lindsay ot Vul can were motor visitors iri'tbe city ;83t WfiOlv.1, Miss Jeaaolle Murray lias returpec from visiting ut the coast. ilUs ti. Cameron bas returned from an expended visit to the coastal cities. According Calgaiy Canadian. Intent. Andrew M.C.. has gono to Ottawa to undergo an opera- tion. .Mr. and Mrs. Yv'. M. .Paclianl mill Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Porter of Lbls tily> have arrived lu Spokane travelling there by motor, The many friends ol Miss Marj-irle HiElubotbam who recently underwent a serious operation will be pleased tA iear thai she has recovered sutlieietil- lyto return to'ber home. LETHBR1DQS PICNIC IN VANCOUVER Aoout 80 ptoiile met to- gotber at "the plciilc hcl'! In Vancou- ver recently iirelty representation ot our lair city. liig formeii the'ijrst ttn'i u! an inter- esting atternoon.'tollmvcJ by the ttlll more Interesting Iteul ol "eais." After that a real social' Entiwr lu which the visitors In Vancouver once more got' acquainted uiih the old-timers who have left l.eihbililsc to reside on the damper or C. Canou McMillan entertained tbe pic. niccra wllfi'X jjiifitrf "get he party broke V309 Sixth Street Thursday, August 29th And Following Days 'Hals7 of charm and distinction. Showing models of exquisite beauty anrt quality. Kvery -whim and faphlon.jn all lavored shapiv.and Styles tnat will appeal most critical Prices (o attract the'most 1 i Your Iniptction Invjted. MISS JOHNSTON 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH y Fust showing of fall and winter Thurs. and Fri. This Week The Gainsboro, other be shown, tV invite all ladies to see the display. t. Knrlco grand opera 3itl; ger, nblaincd a license to wed Jliss Dorothy Hark Benjamin, daughter pi a New York iiatent attorney, and a few hours later .was married in the Marble Collegiate "cliureh, .in Fifth Avfmue. Mrs. John S. Keith, was matron of honor, and the pest mar. was -Bruno Gir'a.fa, (he tenor's' secret nry..'Mr. and.Mrs. Caruso will remair in New York. Through Russia, Sweden and the United Stales, U Discovered San Kraticisco, Aug. nye Flour and Whote Wheat Bla- j otfkials tu-liove they will be able to cup flour, two cups provu tho existence oE a spy plot vx- wholo wheat, quo halt teasiioou salt, .tendlDg through Russia. Sweaen and three heaping teaspoons baking pow-'the United Slates, M the result of ilia liar, three tablespoons shorteniug-ludlelii'-ent here yeetorday of AlUrdt (lard nnJ sVitn milk tu, Von Den Jlussche Muench and Ed- tualio a ball. Put. aitted dry IngreJ-i ward Michael Zacho. liueoch, Icnls into a bowl; rub in thoroughly [Kurtbruner, Is said to bo u uepliew o! cut In liquid a knife former Uerman Ambassador Von Bern- a Pacific liner on which the men ar- rived here on April 26. 1917, led to hcjr arrest. Secret papers aro EAkI to have been found sewed In the clo- thtng of Muench. Muench Is reported to have been Gerrnau officer captured by Cossacks early lu the war. Zacho sad Mueuch reached here on forged paBaporta, h is alk-ged. Muench was tslrea tu gel hlaod, au fnternment camp, searched act] arrested some time lat- er and now is held at Ellis Island. FISHING SHIPS SUNK flth the singing of the N'ational An- aem. A l.ethbridge -visitor lliereslias intily sent In the.'iianies of the guests rorh' :is fol ows: Mrs. H.' It.' Wlckolt. Mrs. II ,16111s, Canon and Mrs. W. V. McMll en; Hilda McMIllen, Mr. ;nid Mrs. F V. Downer, Mr. and Mrs. K. Adams im Auauis, Jlra.AV. B. Scott. Leonan Icott, Mr. and Mfs.'Percy Cull, Mr .nil Mrs. R. W. I-ong. Aileen Long Vinlfred Kelly. Olga Mr. and Mrs. N'. P. Mr. atid H. Ashcrofl, Willie Aslicroft, Jtta -Mart'ean, Jlr.-.anil Mrs It. A. trown. Malcolm Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dasscn' and h'aby. Mr. and Mrs. iV. 'J. Siiilth, Jlrs. J. Bawson. Ivy Daw- ionv Harry I'llliug. Mrs. N. Dow- sell. Agnes Dow'sstj, Mrs. TracnU toxie Traclit, MM. O'eb. CnMey, Misses ilesste, Nellie and': liiunie Jlazell; jlev. and Mrs. G..H.' CobbleJick, Mr. and Mrs. E..F. Liwton. liclen Lay ton, ilr. aud Mrs. Ilobert MacVean, Gordon UacVean, Mrs. Chas. llevinc, Mra; Jones, Atlcen Joi'.es, Mrs A, i. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. llouiton, Eiiiily aha Eertha n-jult.-n, MeV ,-ell S. Boll.' Katli- :ccn aud-Eauli Ball.'.Mra. Slater. Mrs. arid Miss liatieni, .Jirsl Proctor, Mrs.' M. E. Collins, llrs. It. I.nckenby; Mrs. J.'-M. Aitken, Jin anrl Mrs. Geo. "loutts, Arthur Held. Mrs. Jiebir 0. McKillop, Wilber Thelma Fitipalrick. Elaine. -McKillop. Kthel Jones. until the whole forms a ball of dough; roll.oue-litiir lo three-quarters of an thick; cut; bake In a iiol oven- Oatmeal and llyo l-'lour 1 ScalJ 2 cups of oatmeal with LoiliuR I water and let stand one hour. (1 usually do tots whUo preyarirg bre.ik- Two cups of porridge left over from breakfast will do just as well. Put in a .saucepan over the flrev one- .Veiv Vork, Aug. Tfce Associat- ed Press this afternoon carries the following: "St. Pierre, Mlquelon, Aug. News ot the sinking of four fishing schooners by a German submarine was brought hero today by tho crew of the E. B. Wallers, of Lunenburg, N'. S., one ot the vessels destroyed. AH tho crews probably reached shore, gtorif The suspicions of a sailor on. the Wallets' survivors said.'1 tnblospoons.of fhortouins and level teaspoons of salt, and ose half cup of molasses, two four innt of water. Leave over fire unlil the shortening is melted. Now add tho oatmeal to ot rye flour. Put lu half ot the original qur.ntlly of yeast sponge. Add the- nilslure ill the saucepan when It has cooled. Knead and atiil white ilour to make a dough which does not stir..Tben cover warmly and set away until it doubles its bulk. Barley cupa barley flour, one tablespoon sugar, one tea- spoon salt, 4 .teaspoonfuls baking pow. ope egg. well'beaten; one cup one 6V two tablespoons niellcd iogether dry ingredients, and add remaining ingredients. Hake in srcascd muffin panK about 25 minutes in; a'-moderate oven (100, per wiieiit cent The Bell Telephone Company al Toronto announces a general Increase in wages to all employees receiving a monUi or less. This increase which lias been'under consideration for pome time, varies from 25 to. 10 per cent. X Is by far the strongest tea on the market, and its delicious flavor costs you nothing extra. You may. as well drink the best tea in your, home, especially when, owing to extra strength, it really costs less. FOOD BOARD'FLASHES FEMININE FOLK CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES c- fl Mrs. Stevens' se'ciion 'of the "Rebek us will meet with Mrs. Neve, 112( th St A. south, tomorrow evening a o'clock. ladies ol St. Cyprian's .Paris! requested to meet at tht Hed'iCross rooms, tomorfow .OVednes lay) "'at 3 o'clock for Red, Cross s- The Woman s Missiouan Socielj of :ha Church will meet in the cnurch hall at Z oclocK on Thur daj afternoon U is expected the iler Mr Johns a returned mis ionary from China will givo an address An Inviiatton is ehon to the vomen ot Lethbrjdge to be preseijl and Hear Mr, Johns The following account ot the Greal War held last Saturday aftornoon has been kindly contribut- ed to the Herald: At last it Is Great War Veterans treat to soldiers whe1- and) dependents What a dns had' There were free ndes to iho exhibi .Ion grounds for all and when v all gathered together games for the children began Ihere were races tho tots and larger the winner ot each'receiving a hand-j: UqiiiJ some prize There was of ice (m'lk.or water) ono tabkspoon hort cream and soft drinks and various' cning'one half tablespoon salt, two When the first cill Tor sup tablespoons molasses one tiuartet per was Bounded we oil trooped cake ,ift one quarter the big dromg hall unfler Iho grand cup lukewarm one cup barley stand where partook of the good water, one cup white flour, ono hall Itnngs of ishlch there was plenty and cup rice Dour or corn flour Add hot to spare After supper and the sing vliquid to( shortening salt and molasses Ing of the National Anthem and OoJ When aid ulssohed yea I A Jfn Cnnntlnjxe scatddv'realue how and rye figure among Iho''contents'ol tho-worW's bread bas ket- In Russia in SiuU I nslern tur opo and in pails of and n e bread of the masses. Take these' crops W aud thev fill more than Iwo. million freight-cnrs, enough to girdle at Ihe equator. In Japan baric) i the food of the arid social disliuctlpn is drawn between the rice ind birley calinn is Interesting to'note that the lamous-goose pie .ofitho .HiCfrie .and of long ago was. made from Englai And to bring tho story up to dnte, iiarleyVis .one of tlie Eubstitutes that and housekeepers arc asked by ihe'Cannda Fobll to-.use in bread-making. v 4 USE BARLEY AND RYE 4 t Save Our Splendid Men we were taV en h automobiles lo the lake where treat of fruit and candies mixed together Mk well and Mel' rise until Might.' Stir down and let rise in greased pan until light the final treat of fruit and candies and let rise in greased pan until light were distributed after which wp all Bake in moderatelj hot oven aO mm THIRD AVEMMS tOUTH Thursday and August 29th and 30th V c take iilcaiurc In announcing thh, our first Tlcw ol cnrly fnll and winter nillllncrj showing all iho lalejt pallorna (lie 03go Vie rordlally Invite all ladles lo attend flinrsdur and Frlda> f-1 MISS J. TWRO OOUTH Klrkby's Stands i for Quality Service and Refresh- ments Are Superior The daintiness of the Kirkby service is one of bur- superior features. It ap-'l peals to men as much as to women. Itr. adds to the enjoyment when dining and t it is not put into the bill. The lunch is of] j the'finest and the nappery white at all times. We seek the patron- J age of those who prefer these features. We serve a satisfying lunch at .noon and six o'clock and our-afternoon teas are i popular with those who entertain or like a cup of chocolate or tea with delicious cake or pastry ,when down town shop-; We wish you to'know how careful we are in serving not only lunches but ice cream dishes. We insist on nets and quality. All our fresh( fruil'J flavors are the best we can procure. 3, We see lo It thai you will enjoy our lunches, teas and refreshments generally in every detttl, We Sell Bread, Cakes and Pastries And have gold medala for excellence at4 world's and International ertIbltlohs.: When you get It at- KlrXby'B you get absolutely best. F WE HAVE SOME ICINQ SUGAR STILU WHICH WE ARE PERMITTED TO USE ON BY THE CANADA fOOO BOARD.f, 'LUNC'MES, ice CREAM, BSEAD, 'PASTRIES.- KIRKBY'S THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;