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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918 TllK LKTHlUUDliU w.ULY HEHALD PAGE NINE, of members''of their divisions the for such ser anj t sl sf volunteers if PEMONAL' Mr. and Mrs. n. T. Brymner have returned by- motor from Proctor. 9 Mns. )1. Brett aad Miss'Grace Brett ot Nelson, B. C.', aro the guests ot 41. H. Uobcrts, for a short visit on their east way through to the Mrs. Vrooinan and Mrs. Allan Cam- erou who havo been spending the week In the city have returned to Cal- gary.- Sgt. Jtmmle Kingston ot the It. N. W. M. I1, in Calgary- has successfully compleled his 'eianiluatlong and ejc- tor Siberia. Mm: Floy Cameron and littto son, who have beeu visiting In the city for a short time, returned yesterday to their homo In Hal... Mr. and Mrs. H. II. and fam- ily of Colfai, visit- ing in for some time. Rev. and Mrs. Winfleld ot Foremost the city for a short haa been farming near Retla'w has returned to the city. Nursing Slster-Jlna Sage.- of the StrathCMia. Military'hospital has re- turned fo jifdmonton alter spending a vacation at'Banff.' Mr. Ray Soutnworth, who has been irispecling'hIS farm In the Lethbrldge sh that Is cheap and. (Ish that Is clear i district, bis 'returned to Palouse, i .Washington.' i Kenneth be.-Marlnel 'and Harry j Orde, who have hcen visiting at the j ranch ot the former's. father, near 'fc Grassy Lake, have returned to Spo- kane. .Mrs. C.'II. DBvIno and .children arc -visitors In .Vancouver. i i Mrs. fo W. Kingston ot Calgary, iwho onejlme a resideht'of I.olhbridgo, short. Jlme-ln the city on'lier way'to: Vancouver. 1 ;v'- a_ -a I Mrs. ,Cj; II. Itoherts and faniily who. i have hceri'visiting tor several weeks ivlth Jlr. and Mrs. W. II. Kalrfleld at Ilev, Father McCaffrey has returned from a visit to Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Smith acd fam- ily liavo arrived !u tha city hy motor from, Colfai, Washington. They will likely make their residence In the city or vicinity. i Horace Gill: were visitors'In the, city plan :-'5Irs.-.Kerslmw of isivlsltlng'her brother, Mr. K. Kenyan 13th Dr.-and .MrB..G. W. Leech and-fam llyiand.Mr. and Sirs. R. R. Davldsoi and. little' son, liave returned from l Cranbrook: and othe: Figures ofoylds 'convincing lestlhiony however, Here uro co'mirailsons" be- tweeiruricsCs lol'lttd' arid'baddo'cTc in American and Canadia'n. "cities: Cod Haddock Halifax S 8! Glou'ceEter. 'Mass. 1C 16 Montreal 10 10 New York -.23-87 (steaks) 16-18 1C-1S Ottawa 10 fettle the language question. Though the llu- lerlan brethren left Germany more than 200 years ago to escapo German persecution, they still sjjcak the 'Fresh as new, my and I washed it myself" "It's my old lussle with the washer-woman and I believe it would have fallen to pieces. So, of course, as svc must oil make the old things do and save our money for Victory Bonds, 1 (bought I'd wash it, myself, with Sunlight. Or let Sunlight wash it, for there's no need of any soaping and rinsing, And it just lovely? Fresh as it? I'm delighted." un light The purity of Sunlight is such that it will not iadc or discolor anything washable- it contains absolutely no fillers or adul- is the most economical soap your money can buy. It's all soap. LEVER BROTHERS 'LIMITED. TORONTO Ihe annual catch on thrt Great Lake being It should provS an li teresting experiment. man language a'mong themselves. e3 Ivach colony I.' its own school --where German la Hie language 4 4 4 Tlie Wlllard C. T. U. v.'lll meet tomorrow the homo of Mrs: H. Ingram, 4th Aye. north, for election qf.-onlcers; _' Mrs. Carter's ;ahd Hedlund'? section of the'BebekahB-irill meet with Itrs. Carter. 1618 3rd Ave. north, Thursday night at S o'clock. Tlie -members ot the Xext-of-Kin wish-to thank the Veterans on hehatl of.all the soldier's dependents fqr th'c picnic gave lastiSa'.urdax, afief; noon, which jVas mich' n Tht> Veterans show by this action thai tlisy hare'the wcltare.ot soldier'! DEVOTION to the prpfessloh and a desire-to excel Iiaa urged us (6 fcecp Eibrcast ot all apU- iraprovG- incuts regard toi UNDEHTAKTNG AND EMBALMING pTid are hblo to perlprm the (ilut- lb tfie occasion.vrith promptncsgr'delicacj'; arid enlire FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK A'great ueal-'has been, aboii with reliable firms before advance In prices, we, therefore, aro In a position to meet the requirements of the lowest iirlces Motdr. Equipment. MacKay MacKay 803 Third. Avenue South Phone, 1802 Lethbrldge, AIU of instruction. presbyters thought that the government should prevent this aim is lo make Can- ada a- one-language country. Tliey ajso thought the.--iction of the gov- ernment In.accepting the, Huterian brethren ns liamlgranls .ciiil not nugur ilrlpplng, two cups scalded milk, well for a Injmi- gration after the It is likely. Try the two following fish recipes nd get in right with the food man: Fish Chowder. Two pounds cod, two cups petutbes, ut in three-quarter inch cub's, one Iced onion, two lahlespoons pork or our crackers, salt and pepper. Skin sli and remove backbone. Put .head, all and backbone'In slew pan with wb cups cold "water, hririg slowly, to oil aud simmer twenty minutes.! Melt at, add onton end fry five minutes; Iram fat into slew pah. Parboil no- aloes Dye'minutes in boiling water, ira'in and add potatoes to fat, add (wo ups in. which' potatoes JVpre boiled-and. cook five-' minutes: add jquor.drained from vidd P. flu: he raw fish cut in ertson -wi ten minutes, add-inilk, pepper, and crackers whicK iave been split and-soaked In. enough- cold milk to moisten. Fish Balls Fish balls are often recommended, but loo often they .are ".only made from Baited codfish. Almost any other cold cooked fish-in better. Crush'the Bah. season, ndd.tho yolk of one legs .and ;bolleil. meal ;or-nce flour or'inashed polato. .to'make-ill, firm enough to mold. Shape in cakes and fry, brown, inned. salmon makes eiicelfent fish [hat- representations': on ihls question will be made, to a .general convention nt Toronto in Septeniljer. Among' tliose: tho session were R_. llendcrsoii, Pincher moderator, Jleverends A. C. Bryan, J. .Kennedy, Macleod, Hugh Matheson', Rtiyniond, 1C; Al- ien, Cpleman, Cardston, Sir. Grassy take, Mr, Inglis, Burns; JjCthliridge. 'Ji G. Rcb- y delegate, from Leth- Preshytery committee' on the national, commission was ap- K. Allen; S S. Dilhhiim und-Hugh Matheson Packet of WILSPN'S FLY PADS KILLMaSr FlIES THAN S8'Ji Cf STICK' CiTCkLP Clam to handle. Sold b> all Drufr (to, Oraccn and.Genml ANOTHER CALL FOR RECEIVED A retiuwt having been received to volunteers for service, as. V.A.D.'s the' naval- 'and mtlllary hospitals England, hy the Joint war commit tee, Hrltlsh Red Cross Society, and Order of St. John, through .Her Bice the Duchess of Devonshire, o ficers in charge of nurslrig 'divisions are re quested 'to bring to the at I en lion In connection with the recent In -.-ease in the cost of coal, local'inine perators today stated'lhat they hat eceived- 'from Coal..Commissioner Armstrong''an' order -anthorizing then o increase the price to the lealers b> 2a cents a ton The ordc is retroactiie to Vugust" 1st coi'ers two recent aovances m UK cost of mining coal Five cents a ton increase is allowed to cove; tb cost of of five cents per toi imposed by too provincial govern mcnt on ail coal, mined.. The. othe 2i) cents per ton is allowed to cove the recent increase of 25 cents a day in tho wages-of miners, allowed by tho coal commissioner. Tho addition of the 25 cents allow- ed brings the "cos.t of coal to retail dealers to prices .varying from {5.25 lo S5.65. at the Lelhhrltlge, mines. This is 40'to SO cents higher than the cost of delivered coal in I-elhhridgc Archangel, (Assoclaled An official statement issued ,iere today says that the" entente al- lied forces, have engaged Uie lioHhe xiki Red guards and hive dispersed the Bolshevik! river flotilla. The communication tells in detail lot the fighting since August 11 anil J reports that all the encounters were' generally succesct'J! fcr i.he tilled troops. There conslderahle 'ightihglon the River Dowlna, which enters into tho Cult of Archangel. 'Thanksgiving services were held over the victory of the allies. Russian' and allied troops paraded the streets. The people In tho villages along the southern shore of the are starving. '.The distress Is The inhabitant's are begging the en- tente ellles' to; assist1 them: Millinery Opening and Initial Autumn Dis- r t i 4 S play of Newest American andFrencti Pattern Hats FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST 30th .nd 31st Siill Another Tragedy Ovettakcs to the Much-Stricken Lethbridge Family. news reached the city to- day of ttie death by drowning of young Trevor James-Uavles', younger son of Jlrs. Ada'Jamoa-Davlej.ot LethbridKO, The tragedy occurred at Sunshine Biy, near her. two sons had taken n cottage for'the month. No iave been received This is the third tragedy which has overcome this family, in as .many years. The socond'son. who enlisted in tho 35th batter} In 1915. rtled.following an operation here The E. J. James-Davics, died a nt the coast The mother and one son, ;rho 'n tl'0 Unfnn Hank here, survive. The famllv fnrmnrh litpij nt Grassy Lake uhero the late Mr. jartics Davies was a well known merchant The the ISoVare bong brought to I.cthbrldgc Uiis even Ing for Interment. Tim reshlenco is on Twelfth SI reel A _4ug 2S Co-islwise s'llpping halog resumed today as the rreult ot the settlcraent effected In flio dispute of masters and mates ird the owners Tho Vnncouver-VIc forii night boats will sail tonight i i? etpected, but tno sdnico hetween and Seattle, maj not he resutneil by tha C.P.R.. vessel for a few days.' Captain Tronp, crintendeut vt the.C.P.R.-service slat- i Uraay he torn, leaving for.Victoria iat hp everything was "oe i g settled satis y. i SUPPORTED BV TANKS British Headquarters, Aug 28 Press Dispatch from neuter's advance of the Canadian's yetterday wa> supported by tfte tanki and a .most dashing serforrtunce. "Cherisy Vas'enlered amidst fierce flnhtlna BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES THE FOOT TOGGERY MBS WATSON IN CHARGE .In connection with-the meeting of the, I-Cthhrtdgc district of tho Meth odist church which., convenes thi; evening (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock in the Unltcil church. Interesting ad dresses will, ho given hy'-Koy. 'A, K Johns, M missionary Iron Chongtii-Szcdiwan, Ctilnaj rtev" Sunf. of Missions for SouHi ern Alhorta, flnd' Nlr j D lllglnbotn am The meeling will begin prompt 8 o'clock. .The mooting is open to nil No sub jrripllijns or taken, anc1 ailml3Bioh fee Come and hcO these ai'.dreases. Tho-meelinS wll continued unduly-long, Tho dislrlct meeting which con vcnoa at i o'clock .tprtay fs attendc By ministers anil Iay.'d.cjegate3 fron the following ftethBr Coalilalc, Tabor. fieljaw iJomond, iron Sprlagsl.iiiMAiBa the- educational, missionary, socla and other Interests of 111 chnrct, "C-6-n. SCHOOL SHOES It's time to think about this necessary part of your children's dress. To get value for your mones these dais it Is necessary to look for quality rather than price A small increased coat gives jou so much more wear value that It pays twice oier lo consider dual Hy first, price second. Wb have the best -in values f' produces for girls, boys and children. W. J. Nelson and Co. COR THIRD AVE SEVENTH ST BLOO. NUXATED1RON tim fat f< ttttot (XttM IK I IHtniUb Success is Never a Matter of Chance LUCK is invariably the result o{ study and of hard work. Dame Fortune always smiles on the man or woman who knows. The School tliat leaches Business Bulw Business Principles, iml Business I'raclice la the logical place lo learn biwlne-s wo on teaching young men ond young ivomen these require' inents, DOS'T DELAY. Ask for our Free Calatogite and plan (o jour course Tuesday, September 3 Office Now frofn I a m, M 1 t m. frern 4 p m to 30 p.m, for Inquirers, Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 4tl.E1CHTH RE4IDENCE PHONE 1M1 ;