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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUr.TIST 27, 1918 TUB LKTimniDGE DAI1.Y ^lERALR PAGE NINR went our renpectiVB whvh to our homoH woU pleated w!t!i m::- djiya outing. Groat pralBB anil thunks nro i!iu' to our Local Vctoriuis for tin: (Mijoy-ablG tlmo accorded.ufl also to nil tlioso who helped to JMbUo Uw. duy Uio success It was. , I hear wc art! i.ri [vivo. an annual treat; no lot ii:t iiopn ihi,i bofbro our next ohe Hint ili,- s1mM-.)\v of war which now biitxK^^ no !ieuvily over us will hovo vanlsliiMl, leaving -n Its stead a lasting peacf VETEnAXS WIFK. ? LETHBRIDQ6 PICNIC : IN VANCOUVER t    * Mr, and Mra. H. Ostlund arid rtmlly �ro visiting at Banff and other points |n tUo mountains. *   Miss Davidson, provincial health Burso, Is Jn the'city today. * *  Mrs. Lake, who hna boon visiting lior daughter, Mrs. J. M, Fife, loft yesterday to return to her home In Kd-inonton. -^i �;.  �  Mrs. J, D. Higlnbotham has roturn-od from vIsltlnK In theeast.    Miss Mota Wellington has returned from visiting In Proctor, B. C. Mr. C. n. MoKlnndn was a v/sltor at Nobleford for the week-end.   �  Mrs. D. W. Inmdn and daughter Ri^th, returned' yesterday via Lake lirio, from a.two months visit, iimong 309 Sixth Street South Thursday, August And Following Days H'lls of charm and distinction. Showing models o� exquisite beauty iinrt quality, livery .whim and fashion In all the favored shapiv and materials. Styles that will appeal to the most critical. Prices to attract the most economical. Your Inapection Invited. MISS JOHNSTON 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH friends and rolatlves  in Daytpn, Cleveland and points. and around other Ohio Miss McNaughioh who has been visiting with her sistor.s, Mrs. E. Shar-mnn anil Mrs. S. .lackson, left yesterday to visit In the east. * V �  Mrs. W. S, Ball and children have ro'.urned from visiting at the coast,  � * Mr, and Mrs. ,T. A. Lindsay oC Vulcan wore motor visitors in the city last weak.    Miss Jeanelte Murray has returned from visiting at the coast. * * * Miss 1j. Cameron has returned from an extended visit to the coastal cities.  * � According to the Calgary Canadian. Lieut. Andrew Naismith, M.C.. has gone to Ottawa to undergo an operation.  � � Mr. and Mrsi. W. M. Packard and -Mr. and Mr.s. A. M. Porter of this city;, havo arrived in Spokane travelling there by motor.  *  The many friends of Miss Marjorle Higlnbotham. who recently undcrv;eiit a serious operation will be pleased to hear thai, she has recovered sullicleiit-ly to return to 'her home. * � � :   > GENERAL � ? > t� ? ? > f. S., one of the vessels destroyed. All (ho crew� probably reached ahore, the Walteis' survivors said," old-timers who have left l.e(ii),i idgc to ' water and let stand one hour. reside on the damper Kli'ires of B, (", t;anon McMillan enteriiiiiuMl the pic-nlcers Willi a 8|)lritcd "Kct (uKclher" speech later on arid the )i;iriy broke tip with the singing of the ,\'ation(il Anthem, A Lethbridga visitor liic'resluis kindly sent in the iiamfM of ibe kiic'^Is froiii Lethbrldge, \vt\lch v. ore as follows: Mrs. H. IL Wiiketl, Mrs, R, Mellis, Canon and Mr.i, \\\ v. McMU-lon; Hilda McMillen, .\ir, ;iiiil Mrs, V. W, Downer, Mr. and Mi . i-:. .\daius, Jit;i Adams, Mrs. W. D, Snitt, Leonard Scott, Mr. and Mr.s. Percy Cull. Mr. and .Mrs. R. W. Long. Aileen Long. Winifred Kelly, Olga Vm lle"i ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? : > : ? : ? ? ? . ' � I . : ? FOOD, BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK ? ? ? ? ? '''" '- 'hi'^' fTn'Canada .we scaracay realize how largely barley and rye llgurn among the contents of the world's bread basket. In Russia, in Snulh Eastern Kur-opo and in parts of A^iti barley and rye are the ,raw material of the broad of Uie masses. Take tliese crops to-golhor and they would fill more than two million frelghl cars, enough to girdle tho earth at the equator. In Japan barley is thp food of the poor and social distinction i."! drawn between the rice and barley-oaling natives. It is interesting to note that tho famous goose pie of. tho Mcrrie pngland of long ago was made from barley. � And to bring tho story up to date, barley Is one of the substitutes that bakov.'j and housekeepers are asked by tho Canada Food Board to use in two i four pint the usually do this �while iirepari';;; hrctik-fast). Two cups of porridge left over frotu breakfast �vvlll do just as well. Put In a saucepan over the (ire, one-half cuj) of moliissRs. fabiospooiis of shorteiiinf; and level teaspoons of salt, and ,i::e oC water. Leave over lire until shortening is melted. .\'ow add tho oatmeal to six eujis of rye flour. Put in hall' of ih(> original quantity of yeast spoupo. Add the mixture In the saucepan when 11 has cooled. Knead and tuld s'.itUeient while flour to mak(! a douKh wiiich does not ."stir. Then cover warmly and sot iiway until 11 doubles its liulk. Barley Mulllns-Two cups barley flour, one tablespoon .sugar, one teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoontuls baking powder, one egg, well betiton; one cup milk, one or two tablespoons melted fat.' Sift together dry Ingreilicnis, iind add remaining Ingredients. Hake in greased muinn pans about 2.j minutes in a moderate oveti (100 per cent wheal substitute). The Boll Telephone Company at Toronto announces a general increase in wages to all employees receiving $200 a month or less. This increase, which has been under consideration for some time, varies from 25 to 10 per cent. 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. 21 The following account of the Great War Veterans picnic held last Saturday afternoon has been kindly contributed to the Herald: , At last it Is over-tlie Groat War' bread-making. I Veterans treat to soldier's wives and]  � � � dependents. What a day we had! � :� : ;� : ; ? ? > : : : > > There were free rides to tho exhibi- : > tlon grounds for all. and when we were > USE BARLEY AND RYE > all gathered together the games for : > the children began. There were races ; > ; : : > > ;� : : ; > for the little tots and larger children. the winner of each receiving a hiind- Barley Bread-One cup hot liquid some prize. There was lots of Ice (milk or water), one tablespoon ohorl-cream and soft drinks and various oning, one-half tablespoon salt, two fruits. When thfe first call ^or sup- tablespoons molasses. one-quarter per was sounded, we all trooped into yeast cake dissolved ip one quarter the big dining hall under tho grand- cup lukewarm water, one cup barley I stand, where we partook of the good water, one cup white flour; one half (hlngs of which there was plenty and cup rice flour or corii flour. Add hot to spare. After siipper. and the sing- liquid to shortening, saU imrt molasses. Ing of the National Anthem and OodiWlic^n U'lkewarm,'add .dissolved yeast Save Our Splendid Men, -we were taken by automobiles to the lake, whore tho final treat of fruit and candies were distributed, after which wo all and floiirs mixed together. Mix well and' let' rise until light Stir down and let rise in greased pan until light. Bake in moderately hot oven fiO mln- First showing of fall and winter millinery.  Thors; and Fri. This Week The Gainsbdro, Fisk/and other pattern hats J>yiU bcshowri, V �'.�',� invite all ladips to see the display. 4 THIRD AV eWUi' O'UTH Service and Refreshments Are Superior The daintiness of the Kirkby service is one of our superior features. It appeals to men as much as to women. It=: adds to the enjoyment when dining and t it is not put irtto the bill. The lunch is of j the finest and the nappery spotlessly; white at all times. We seek the patron-' 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-ig. We wish you to know how careful we are in serving not only lunches but ice cream dishes. We insist on cleanli-. ne&s and quality. All our fresh fruit flavors are the best we can procure. We see to it that yoii will enjoy, our lunches, reCreshmenta generally In every detoll. e Sell Bread, Cakes and Pastries And have gold medals for excellence �t':} world's and international exhlbitiona. When you get It at Kirkby's you get absdlutely the beit; WE HAVE SOMEiCINQ SUGAR STILL WHICH ' WE ARE PERMITTED TO USE ON WEDDINO . CAKES ONLY BY THE CANADA-FOOD BOARD.,', LUNCHES, TEAS, ICE CREAM, BREAD, j CAKES, PASTRIES. 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 6974492? 7045?879 ?0658706 ;