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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST LKTIIBR1DGB DAliA IEHALP went our lo homes well wilt our out inn Groat prftUif thanks aro due to our Local VeWtans for the enjoy able time accorded tifl also to nil those who helped to It thetr we aro have in annual treat Htolot imp before our that the shadow ot war which hflimH HO heavily over ua will hate leaving m Its stead a lasting ponce VETERANS PIMONAk and H Ostlund and family visiting Banff and other points in the Miss provincial health Is in the city who has been visiting her left yesterday to return to her home in Kd MlglnbothBin has return ed from visiting In the Miss Meta Wellington has returned from visiting Proctqh C McKlnndri was a visitor at Nobleford for the Ihman and daughter returiled yesterday via Lake from months among utid around other Ohio 4 309 Sixth Street South August 29th And Following Hats of charm and Showing models of exquisite beauty and Every whim and fashion Jn all tho favored shapw and Styles that will appeal most Prices to attract MISS JOHNSTON 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH friends and relatives in Cleveland and MissMcNaughtoh who has been vis iting with her Shar man and yes terday to visit in the Ball and children have reurned from visiting at the and Lindsay Vul can were motor visitors in the city Miss Jeanette Murray has returned from visiting ut the Miss Cameron has returned from an extended visit to the coastal According to the Calgary Andrew has gone to Ottawa to undergo an opera tlon LETHBRlOOt PICNIC IN VANCOUVER iles BO per cent Rye and Bftrley BreadOne cup hot Iniild milk or one tablespoon one tablespoon onn mlt tablespoon onequarter yeant cake dissolved In two tablej lukewarm cup ryo One ahd a quarter cups barlsy flour ihreequarters cup our hot liquid over shortening md salt When lukewarm add dis solved yeast and sifted with Mix thoroughly and let1 rlRO until Stir well and let rise In greased pan until light Hake In moderately hot oven about inln utes GO 23 per cent EXJENSIVESPY PLOT REVEALED Extended Through Sweden and the United IB Discovered and Packard and and Porter of this have arrived in Spokane travelling there by The many friends of Miss Marjorie Higlnbothanu who recently underwent a serious operation will be pleased to tear she has recovered sufflcient y to return to her GENERAL Enrico the grand opera sin obtained a license to wed Miss Dorothy Bark daughter of a New York patent and a few hours later was married In the Marble Collegiate in Fifth John was matron of and the best man was Bruno the tenors and Mrs Caruso will remain In New About 80 Lethbrldge met to gather at the picnic held In Vancoii ver recently Which n pretty goof representation of our fair Hutu ling formed the first Hem of nn inter estlng hy iho ftll more interesting Ifem or Afte that a real socialgathering was he ill which the visitors In Vancouve once more got acquainted with th oldtimers who have left hdlilnidgn I reside on the damper shores of Canon McMillan entertnlncd the pic nicers witii ft spirited Ret together speech later onand the parly broke with the singing of the National An A Lethbridgevisitor theroNhas kindly sent in of guests from wore as fol lows Canon and McMil len Hilda ind VV and Jim Leonard and Per and Winifred Olga Vui 1 and MrS Willie Etta and Mrs Malcolm and F J Bassen and and W J Ivy Daw Harry Agnes Mrs Roxie Misses Nellie and1 Minnie Rev and and Helen Lay Mr and Robert Gordon i Rye Flour and Whole Wheat cup rye two cups whole onohalf teaspoon three heaping teaspoons baking pow der three tablespoons shortening lard and skim milk to make a Put sifted dry Ingred ients into a bowl nib in thoroughly shortening cut In liquil a knife until the whole forms a ball of dough roll otichalt to threequarters of an inch thick cut bake in a hot Oatmeal and Rye Flour Scald 2 cups Of oatmeal with water and let stand one I usually do this while preparing break fast Two cups of porridge left over from will do just as Put in a saucepan over the one San officials believe they Will be able to prove the existence of a spy plot ex tending through Sweden and the United the result of ilia indictment here yesterday of AHardt Von Den Mnstche Muench and Kd ward Michael alias is said to be a nephew of former German Ambassador Von Bern The suspicions of a sailor on Pacific liner on which the ar here on April led to Secret o havo been found n the clo sing of Muench is reported to hate own German officer captured by early in the Zacho and Muwieh reached hero on forged It is Muench was taken to gel an internment searched and arrested some time lat er and now is held Kills i FISHING SHIPS SUNK Mew Associat ed Press this afternoon carries the following News of the sinking of four fishing schooners by a German submarine was brought here today by the crew of the of one of the vessels All tho crews probably reached the Walteis survivors Aileen and Dow Traciit half cup of two I tablespoons of shortening and four level teaspoons of and pint of Leave over fire until the shortening is Now add the oatmeal to six cups or rye Put in half of the original quantity of yeast Add the mixture In the saucepan when It has Knead and add sumeient white flour to mako a dough which does not Then cover warmly and sot away until It doubles Us Barley cups barley one tablespoon one tea spoon 4 teaspoontnlK baking pow one well beaten one cup one or two tablespoons fat Sift together dry and add remaining Bake in greased muffin pans about 2r minutes in a moderate oven 100 per cen wheat CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Florence Alleen Mrs and J W Misses Emily and Bertha Mel veil Kath leen and Edith and Miss Jakson Helen Mrs M Mrs and Arthur Kebir AVilber Thelma Elaine Ethel I Jone3 The Bell Telephone Company a Toronto announces a general inereas In wages to all employees receivin a month or This increase which has been under consideratio for some varies from 25 to 1 per Is by far the strongest tea on the and its delicious flavor costs you nothing You may as well drink the best tea in your especially owing to extra it really costs f Mrs Stevens section of the Hebek ahs will meet with 1120 7th tomorrow evening at 8 j The ladies of Cyprians are urgently requested to meet at thd Red Cross rooms tomorrow Wednes at 3 oclock for Cross day The Womans Missionary of the llnited Church meet in the dhurch hall at 3 oclock on Thursday when it is expected the Rev a returned missionary from China will give an invitation is given to the women of Lethbridge to be present and hear The following of the Great War Veterans picnic held last Saturday afternoon has been kindly contribut ed to the Herald At last it is Great War Veterans treat to soldiers wives and What a day we had There were free rides to the exhibi FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK JfCanada how largely barley and rye figure among the contents of the worlds bread bas ket In in SouthEastern bur ope and in parts ot and rye are material of the bread of Uie Take these crops to1 eetlier and they would fill more than two million enough to girdle the earth at the In Japan barley is the food of the poor and social distinction is drawn between the rice and barleyeating It is interesting to note that the famous gooao pie the Merne England ot long ago was made from aAnd to bring the story up to I hariey is one of the substitutes that balers and housekeepers are asked by tho Canada Food Board to use in I Service and ments Are jrior STairSl we O USE BARLEY AND RYE the of Barley BreadOne cup hot liquid nrize There was lots of ice milk or one tablespoon aUoit ing of the National Anthem and Ooil Save Our Splendid we were tak en by automobiles to the whore the final treat of fruit and candies were after which we all cup lukewarm one cup barley one cup white flour one half cuprice flour or roni1 Add hot liquid to salt and When add yeast and flours mixed Mix well andletrise until Stir down and let rise in greased pan until Bake in moderately hot oven 50 min First showing of fall and winter and This Week The other pattern hats be invite all ladies to see the THIRD AVEMUi iOUTH August 29th and 30th We take pleasure in announcing our and winter showing oil the latest patterns invite all ladies to attend Thursday aixd Friday 704 THIRD SOUTH 1 The daintiness of the Kirkby service is one of our superior It ap peals to men as much as to It adds to the enjoyment when dining and it is not put into the The lunch is of the finest and the nappery spotlessly white at all We seek the patron age of those who prefer these We serve a satisfying lunch at noon and six oclock and our afternoonteas are 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 K ice cream We insist on ness and All our fresh fruit flavors are the best we can We see to It that you will enjoy our luncttea teas and refreshments generally In every We Sell Cakes and Pastries And have gold medals for excellence at worUVa ana international When you get It at KlrHbys you get absolutely the We HAVE SOME 1CING SUGAR WE ARE PERMITTED TO USE ON WEDDING THE CANADA FOOD ICE ;