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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST LEfHWUDGK jf HERALD PAGE MNB and Brymner have returned by motor from V Brett and Orkce Brott of are ttfe guests of for a short visit on their way through to the and h Love and fam ily of are visit ing in the city for some and Winfleld of Foremost vUltlng in the city for a short Frey who has been farming near Retlaw returned to the Nursing Sister Jna Sage Of the Strathcona Military hospital baa re turned to Edmonton after spending a vacation at who baa been I inspecting hto farm in the Lethbridge has returned to i Kenneth Le Marine and Harry i who have been visiting at the rancb of the formers near Grassy have returned to Spo Devine and children arc Visitors In f I Kingston of i who was at one time a resident ot I spent a short time in the city on her way to Roberts and family who j have been visiting for several weeks with and Pairfield at the Experimental have return ed to their borne ut DEVOTION to the profession a desire to excel urged us to keep abreast of all discoveries and improve ments with regard to UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING and we are able to perform the dut ies incidental to the occasion with delicacy and entire HAVING CONTRACTED reliable firms before advance in are in position to meet the requirements of the public lowest Motor equipment MacKay MacKay 803 Third Avenue South Vrooman and Allan Cam eron who have been spending the week end in the city have returned to Jlmmie Kingston of the In Calgary has completed bin examinations and ex pects to leave shortly t Roy Cameron and little who have been visiting In the city for a short returned yesterday to their home in Medicine Father McCaffrey has returned from a visit to and Smith and fam ily have arrived In the city by motor from They will likely make their residence in the city or and Thomas Horace GitI and were visitors in he forthe Iweekend from Kershaw of Invisiting fter 13th Street and Leech and fam and and Davidson and little have returned from a motor trip to Cranbrook and other MacKlntosh and little daughter have returned from spending a holiday at the Stovall and daughter of are visiting at the homo of and Van CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Willard will meet tomorrow night at the home of 4th for election officers Carters and Hedlunds section of the Rebekahs will meet with 1G18 3rd on Thursday night at 8 The members of the NextofKin wish to thank the Veterans on behalf of all the soldiers dependents for the they gave last Saturday after The Veterans show by this actioii that they have the welfare of the soldiers dependents at FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK A great deal has been Said about y lOc Packer of WILSONS FLY PADS fish that is flsh that and a good many people like to ima gine that if IB rtlWays cheaper rfcriie whera else than Just where they provide convincing are comparisons be prices for cbtl aiid baddodK In American and Canadian cities Cod Haddock Halifax 8 8 16 18 Montreal 10 10 New York 1618 1618 whole Ottawa 10 market 11 Washington 10 steaks l 12 Toronto 1011 1012 Buffalo 2025 1516 YE WAR AND LITTLE FISHES S THAN ANY Cletn ta Sold by tit Grocers and General Feminine folk are given all sorts of encouragement to use fish in their cooking these daysi Not only Is It a delicacy and long ago proven to be a most excellent food for the but there is a satisfaction in pleasant eating that the foodboard approves most In order that absolutely no waste may result iu its tho commercial feasibility of us ing for fertilizers or food for live stock the immense quantities of flsh waste now unused In Canada is sug gested in a report just issued by the Commission of who made the declares that he has demonstrated the feasibility of 44 per cent of the annual catch on the Great Lakes being It should prove an in teresting Try tlie two following fish recipes and get in right with the food man Fish Two pounds two cups cut in throequarter inch one sliced two tablespoons pork or bacon two cups scalded four salt and Skin fish and remove Put tail and backbone in stew pan with two cups cold bring slowly to boll and simmer twenty Melt add onion and fry live strain fat into stew Parboil po tatoes live minutes in boiling drain and add potatoes to add two cups water in which potatoes were and cook five minutes add liquor drained from then add the raw fish cut in simmer ten add salt and pepper and which have been split and soaked in enough cold milk to Fish Balls Fish balls are often but too often they are only made from salted Almost any other cold cooked fish is Crush the add tho yolk of one egg and boiled meal or rice flour or mashed to make firm enough to Shape in cakes and fry inned salmon makes exxcellent flsh ANOTHER CALL FOR RECEIVED 4 4 A request having been received for volunteers for service as In the naval and military hospitals of by the Joint war commit British Red Cross and Order of through Her Excel lency the Duchess of of ficers in charge of nursing divisions are requested to bring to the attention Milli Opening and Initial Autumn Dis play of Newest American and French Pattern Hats t FRIDAY and SATURDAY AUGUST 30tb and 31st MBS WATSON IN CHARGE of memberg qualifications to divisions the ify tor such sef of British British Age 23 Good Good health Special mrUfloato re Sortie hospital ektoerhincr in flrat aid to the Injured and homo jiiirnlng es Members in a iivhlon of tho John JMgcide within the Dominion of or a womens voluntary niil mont of the Canadian Iminnii of John Ambulance Volunteers must consent to Im vac cliiatod or revacclnatiii itKulnsl Bmnllpox and to be innocutatod agtttnBt typhoid and paratyphoid Should See To It That Only English Language is Taught Macleod wliicli was in session all day yesterday and this morning with Moderator Hender son discussed at uome length last night the problem pre sented by the imhiignxion to South ern Alberta of the Buturian brethren who have been buying tip largo tracts of land in this district during the The general opinion ot the meeting HJIS that government should take action in connection with thin Immigration io lujltle the language Though the llu terjan brethren left Germany more thun 200 years ago to esriipe Onnnan they still speak the Ger man language among Eacli colony its own school where German is language of Tho presbyters thought tliut should prevent this the aim Is to make Can ada a onelanguage conniry They also thought the action of the gov ernment accepting tin Muterian brethren as immigrants did not augur well for a immi gration after ilio It is likely that on this question will be to a general convention at Toronto in Among those in attendance at the session were IMncher Kiverends Hugh Al Barrett Grassy Burns Rflb ertson was lay delegate from Leth The Presbytery committee on the national service commission was ap composed of Dunham ami Hugfr Still Another Tragedy Overtakes MuchStricken Lethbridge Family The sad news reached the city to day of the death by drowning of young Trevor younger son of Ada JamesDavies of tragedy occurred at Sunshine near where Davier and her two sons had taken a cottage for the No further particulars havo been This is the third tragedy which has overcome this family in as many The second who enlisted in tho 39th battery in died following an operation The died a year afterwards at the The mother arid one who is accountant in the Union Bank The family formerly lived at Grassy Lake where the late JamesDavies was a wellknown The iemairfrof the lad are being brought to even Ing for The is on Twelfth Street In connection with the meeting of the Lethbridge district of the Meth odist church which convenes this evening Wednesday at 8 oclock in the United interesting ad dresses will ha given by returned f ram Chengtu Oliina Rev of Missions fop South ern and HiginbotiU The meeting will begin prompt lyat S The meeting is opento No sub scriptions or and no admission Cojne nad hear these The meeting will not be The mooting which con venes at 4 oclock today is attended by and Ifify rpui thn following pla Iron TbiB soclnl and other interests of tho fpr ihe Fresh as my and I washed it myself IVs my old tussle with the washerwoman and I believe it would have fallen to of as we must all make the old things do and save our money for Victory I thought Id wash with Or Sunlight wash for theres no need of any soaping and And it just lovely Fresh as isnt it Im Sunlight Soap The purity of Sunlight is such that it will not fade or discolor anything Washable it contains absolutely no fillers or adul is the most economical soap your money can Its all LEVER RROTHERS TORONTO 7 E IN COAL In connection with the recent in crease in the cost of local mine operatorstoday stated that they had received from Coal Commissioner Armstrong an order authorizing them to increase the price to the retail dealers by 2a cents a The order vhioh1 is retroactive to August covers two recent advances in the Cost Five cents a ton increase is allowed to cover the cost of the tax of five cents per ton imposed by the provincial govern ment on ail coal The other 20 cents per ton is allowed to cover the increase of 25 cents a day in the wages of allowed by the coal The addition of the 25 cents allow ed brings the cost of coal to retail dealers to prices varying from to at tho Lethbridge This is 40to 80 cents higher than the cost of delivered coal in Lethbridge prior to the Coastwise shipping is being resumed today as the result of the settlement effected in dispute of masters and mates and the The VancouverVic toria night boats will pall tonight it is but the service between Victoria and Seattle may not be resumed by the vessels for a few Captain sup erintendent of the service stat ed today before leaving for Victoria that bo believed everything was be ing settled SUPPORTED BY TANKS British Press Dispatch from Reuters advance of the Canadians yesterday waa supported by the tanks and a most dashing Cheney was entered amidst fierce NUXATEDISON Wff Ferdinand New York PhytkUn and Medial uyi pbyiidnn ihouU piocrlbu more orjunlc lot defici Uw Beitat curie to tic vitality and beauty of tbc modern Amer ican warnlnr Wile Iron whif b fnay Inlure the corrode lie ftomach and In ewe thereby do mori bum than ton j advlieiuu of only rmxiud alicr It will liicreut tbg luencih endurance rwdwi In two many ti Associated official statement issued here today says that the entente al lied forces have engaged the Bolshe viki Rod Guards and have dispersed the Bolshevik river Tho communication tells in detail of the fighting since August 11 and reports that all the encounters were generally successful for ths Russe allied There was considerable fighting on the River which enters into the Gulf of Thanksgiving services were held over the victory of the Russian1 and allied troops paraded the The people in the villages along the southern shore of the White Sea The distressis The inhabitants are begging the en tente allies to 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