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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1018 TllK LETHHiUDUfc: ,-\lL^ HERALD PAGE NINB    I > PCRSONAC ' � Mr. and Mrs. n. T. Biymnor liovo rettiriiod by motor from Proctor. . Mra. n. VI. Brett and Mlsa Oraco Brott of Nolabn, B. C, are t�e gucata of Mra. M. H. Hoborts, for a short viait on thoir way through to the eaat. * * � Mr. and Mra. H. M. Love and family' of Colfax, Waahington, aro vlalt-ing In the city tor soma tlmo.  � * Hev. and Mra. WlnOoId of Foremost aro visiting.in Uie city for a short Ume. i - Mr. E. Prfey,' who has been farming naar Hetlaw haa.returnoJ to tho city.  ,�   Nursing Slslor Ina Sage of tho Strathcona Military liospital lias relumed to Edmonton after spending a vacation at Banff. �    Mr. Ray Southworlh, who has beon inspecting his farm in the Lethbrldgo district, has returned to Palouse, I Waahington.  * � Kenneth Le Marinel and Harry Ordo, who have been visiting at the ranch of tho former's father, near Grassy Lake, have returned to Spokane. � i�  Mrs. C. II. IJovino and children are visitors in Vancouver. �  o , Mrs. F,. W. Kingston of Calgary, who was at one time a resident of j iJothbrldee, sjmnl a short time in the ' city on her -way to Vancouver. , Mrs. G. H. Roberts and family who j have been visiting for several weeks _ with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Palrneld at ; the Experimental Farm, have returned to their homo at Coutts. Mrs. Vrooman and Mrs. Allan Cameron who have boon spending tho week end In the city have returned to Calgary.    Sgt. .llmmle Kingston of the n. N. W. M. P. in Calgary has successfully completed his oxaminallonB and cjc-potitp to leave shortly for'Siberia.   �* Mrs. Roy Cameron and little son, who have been visiting in the city for a short time, returned yesterday to their home In iMedlcino Hat. u   Rev. Father McCaffrey has returned ' from a visit to Edmonton. ft * � Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Smith and family have arrived in the city by motor from Colfax, Washington. They will likely make tiioir residence In the city or vicinity. . *   Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa GUI, Horace Gill and family, were visitors in (he city for the Iwoek-ond from Champion. Mrs. Kershaw of Hamilton, Ontario, iHVlsltlng'hfer brother, Mr. K, Kenyon, 13th Street north. .  * � Dr. and Jlrs. G. W. Leech and family and Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Davidson and little son, have returned from a motor trip to Cranbrook and other points.    Mr. and-Mrs. C. D. MacKintosh and little daughter have returned from spending a holiday at the coast. * *  Mm. Stovall and daughter Ida, ot Calgary, are visiting at the hr)mo of Mr. and Mrs. 13. E. Van Blarcora.   . �   >: CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : The Wiliard W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow night at the home ot Mrs. U. Ingram, -Ith Ave. north, for election of officers, �' .' �  Mra, Carter's and Mrs. Hedlund's section of the Rebekahs will meet with Mrs. Carter, 1G18 Urd Ave. nortli, on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. � * * The members of the Next-of-Kin wish to thank the Veterans on behalf of all the soldier's dependents for tlie picnic they gave last Saturday attor �poQU. v()iis)i. yms much pppveciatfidv; Tho Veteran's show by this action that they have the welfare of the soldier's dependents at heart. fish i\\a.l Is cheap and llsh that Is dear and a good many people like to imagine that ir IB' rtlWAys'cheaper ridrtie-where else than just where they live. Flguriea provide convincing tcstliiidiiy, howeHi.' llere are comparisons bo-.tween prices for' cod' and hliddo'cK in American and Canadian cities: Cod Haddock Halifax ........ S 8 Olouceater, Mass. iG 18 Montreal ....... 10 ID New York ..TA-27 (stnakrf) Ifi-lS l�-18 (wliolc) Ottawa ...... 10 (market) 11 Washington ....Hi (steaks) Washington ....IS 12 Toronto ......10-11 10.12 Buffalo ......20-';5 15-ir, *   : ? > ? ? ? : ? ? ? : ? > ? ? ? ? of membera of tlieir divisions tho quallflcatlons; h�ci'^^U�i ot vnlunttiars Ro (tuallflod, Quallflcttlont.Necessary British subJeotS-o^^nntlsli birth. Ago: 2.1 to -iS yoara. Good education. Good hoalth (apoclal : ? * > * ? ? : > : > ? � : ? FOOD BOARD FLASHES ' : ; : : : : ?>?*? ? : > ? A great deal has been said about Clean ta handle. Sold by all DruD> gisti, Croccrt and General 8torc� PRESBYTERY m> mmmmm OFliOHilES Govt. Should See Ti. It Thiit Only English LariKiiafje is Taught ''I "Fresh as new, my dear- and I washed it myself" "It's my old jjcorj^cttc-another tussle with the wastier-woman and I believe it would have fallen to pieces. So, of course, as we must all make the old things do and save our money for Victory Honds, I thought I'd wa.sh it, myself, with Sunlight. Or rather-let Sunlight wash it,' for there's no neetl of any rubbinj^---just soapinjj and rinsing. And sec-isn't it just lovely? Fresh as new, isn't it? I'm delighted." Soap Feminine folk aro given -ill .sorts of encouragement to use ll.sh in their cooking those days. Not only is It a lellcncy and long ago proven to be most excellent food tor tho body, but there is a satisfaction In pleasant eating that tho food-board approves most heartily. In order that absolutely no waste may result in its use. tlio commercial feasibility of using for fertilizers or as food for live slock tho immense quantities of fish waste now unused In Canada Is suggested in a report Just issued by tho Commission of Conservation, Mr. Yielding, who made the investigation, declares tliat ho has demonstrated (lie fea.sibilily of this. 44 per cent ot the annual catch on the Great Lakes being wn�^e, It should prove an Interesting experiment. Try tlie two following fish recipes and get in right with the food man: Fish Chowder. Two pounds cod, two cups potatoes, cut In three-quarter inch cubes, one sliced onion, two tablespoons pork or bacon dripping, two cups scalded milk, four crackers, salt and pepper. Skin (ish and remove backbone. Put head, tail and backbone in atev/ pan with two cups cold water, bring slowly to boil and simmer twenty minutes. Molt fat. add onion and fry live minutes, strain fat into .stew pan. Parboil potatoes live minutes in boiling water, drain and add potatoes to fat, add two cups water in which potatoes were bolleil and cook five miuutos add liquor drained from bones, then add the raw fish cut in two-inch- pieces, cover, simmer ten minutes, add milk, salt and pepper and erackers which have been split and soaked in enough cold milk to moisten. Fish Baits Fish balls aro often recommended, but too often they are only made from salted codfish. Almost any other cold cooked fish is better. Crush the fish, season, add tho yolk of one egg and boiled meal or rice Hour or mashed potato, to make 'it, arm enough to mold. Shape In cakes and fry brown. Inned salmon makes exxcellent llsh balls. � *  > ? : : : ? ? ? : ? : : ? ? : ? > ? '  ' : ? ANOTHER CALL FOR ? � V.A.D.'a RECEIVED �> . : > > : * > ? � � � >>?.�l)ytcrs Uronghi lluil tiie . govfrniiifat should prevent this it.the aim Ik tu make Canada a one-language coiiniry. Tliey also thoiig'ht the action m' tiie go','-ernnieut in accejiting ili. IhUfrian brethren as Immigrants iliii not augur well tor a properly' supervised immigration after the ivur. ll likely tliat representations on this (luestion will be made to a gem ral eonvenlion at Toronto in Scpteni!).'!-. Among tlio.se in atteiiil;iucc at tho session were R.. Heniler.son, PincUcr Creek, moderator, Iti veronds A. C Hryan, Taber, J. Kennedy. .Macleod, Hugh -Matheson, Raymond, D. K. Allen, Cloleman, 11. Keilugg, Cardslim, .\Ir.. Barrett, Gras.sy.^Lake, Mr. Inglis, W. P. Bum-s; Letlilirldge. J. G. Rfib-erlson was lay delegato from Loth-bridge. � The Presbytery committee on tlio national service commission was appointed, composed of D. K. Allen, S. S. Dunham and Iliif?!! Matheson, The purity of Sunlight is such that it will not fade or di.scolor anything washable- it contains absolutely no fillers or adulterants-it is the most economical soap your money can buy. It's all soap. LFiVUR BROTHERS LIMITKI), TREVOR BIES IS 0,PROCIOR still Another Tragedy Overtakes Much-Stricken Lethbridge '' " Family I CLARKE'S Millinery Opening and Initial Autumn Dis-play of Newest American and Frenck Pattern Hats FRIDAY and AUGUST 30tb ndSlst The sad news reached the city to day of the death by drowning of young Trevor Jamcs-Davi-.s, younger son ot Mrs. Ada James-Davies ot LethbriilgK. The tragedy occurred at Sunshine Bay, near Proctor, where Mrs. Davie-and her two sons hud taken a cottage for tho montli. No further particulars have been received. , This is the third tragedy which has overcome this family in as many years. The second son. who enlisted in tho 39th battery in ISl'). died following an operation here. The father, E, J, Jamos-Duvics, died a year afterwards at tho coast. The molbor and one son, who is accountant in tho Union Bank hero, survive, 'i'lio family formerly lived at Grassy Lake whoro tho late Mr. Jnmca-Davios was a woll-known menihaht'. The roniairfa of the lad aro being brought to Lethbridge.this evening for interment. The .residence Is on Twelfth Street A. s^puth. , IL PRICE AUTHORIZED In connection with Uie veceuC increase in tiie cost ot coal, local mine ojieratnrs'today staled lluu Ihc^-y had received from Coal Conimifisloner Armstrong an order authorizing thoni lo increase the price to tlie ret;ail dealers by cents a ton. The order which is retroactive lo August 1st, covers two recent advances In the cost ot mining coal. Five cents a ton increase is allowed to cover the cost of the tax of five cents per ton imposed by ihe provincial government on all coal min(!d. The other 2u cents per ton is allowed to cover the recent, increase of 'JTi cents a day in tlio wagos of miners, allowed by the coal commissiuner. Tho addition of the 2r> cents allowed lirlnga the cost ot coal to retail dealer3 to prices varying from ?o.25 to i�M at the Lethbridge mines. Tills is -10 to 80 cents higher than the cost ot delivered coal in Lethbridge prior to the war. SHIPPiiSIRl RIVER FLOTILLA .-^rcliangel, Aug. 20.-(Associated Press).-An official statement issued here today says tliat tho entente allied forces have engaged the Bolshe-viki Rod Guards and have* dispersed tiie Dolshevlkl river flotillii. Tho communication tells In detail ot (he fighting since August 11 and reports that all tho encounters were generally succoasful for the Russe-alUed troops. There was considerable fighting Qii the River Dowina, which enters into the Gulf of Archangel. Thanksgiving services were held over the victory of the allies. Russian' and allied (roops paraded the streets. The people In the villages along the southern siliore ot the White Sea are starving. Tho distress is spreading. I The Inhabitants are begging the en-Itento allies to assist them. s N'ancouv.er,. Aug. 28. .- Coastwise shipping Is being rosumod today as tho result ot tho settlement effected in the dispute of niast.ers and mates and the owners. The. Vancouvei'-Vic-tori-a niglit boats will pail tonight It is expected, but tho service between Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle may not. he resumed by the C.P.R. vessels tor a few days. Captain Troup, superintendent ot the C.P.R. service stated today before leaving for Victoria that ho believed everything was bo lug settled ��satisfactorily. BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES THE FOOT TOGGERY SUPPORTED BY TANKS British Headquarters, Aug. 28. -(Canadian Press Dispatch from Router's .Limited).-The Jidvanco of the Canadians ytjsterday was supported by the tanks and was a most dashing performance. CherlBy was entered amidst fierce fighting. In conijection with the meeting of the Lethbridge district ot the Methodist oUurcli which convenes this evening (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock in the United church. Interesting ad-drosses win ho given b'y Rev, A. k. Johns, M.A.,^ returned mlsalonary.from Chongtu .Szechwaw, Olilna; Hev;- Thos. Powell, Supt. of .Missiona for South-orn Aiboi'ta, and Mr. J, D." HiglnboWi-am. The meeting will begin promptly-M 8 o'clock. 'The mooting is open'to all. No aub-scrlption;) or collections-,-taken, and no admission' fee. Gome and hoar these -addrcisses. 'I'ho meeting will not ho continued.unduly long. ... The district mooting ' which convenes at 'I o'clock today is attended by minister.^ and l^Jiji (JeJ^a,to'a troni thfi following PlHtopsLfi iJi^tlvlj.ridge, Oo^-ldaie, Tahor. Ffll'BnWBj.'- ljiptla>y, IJoinoud, Iron Sprluks?'4kid.:.^.>']�ii%n,[|Il J^^^ V I R O N Dr. rdlnanil KInr, Kew Vorlr Pbyjlrlin ami Medical Auidor, uj-i phyildaiit etiouia prcKcribe mora orfanlc Jiun-Nuxatcd Iron- for tbclrpatleiitB-Bays aiiaem{a~Irbn ile&cU tncy-lt Um crifinl curie to llic bcalili, iircDctb. v'lialtiy and beauty of ibe modern Amrr- ' l^w Woman,-Soumla warnlne acaind uacof ire-lallli:Iron.wbleh may Inluie ibc (eeib, corrode Ihe Gtomacb and in'idiiie eases thereby do mora barm (ban coodt advfgramo of only nuxatejln/fi, lakeiiibrceilmearerday afiec meali. It will liicreara tba atrencib t>i�l �ndurancs �{ wetk> ,iieiMu�.riii)�lowii(ollti In two wlti'tlm In, uunyInitancei. Olifmiih alli-J 4ructl�i- SCHOOL SHOES It's time to think about this necessary part of your children's dress. To get value for your money Uiese days it is necessary to look for quality rather than price. A small increased cost gives you so much more wear value that It pays twice over to consider aual-ity first, price second. We have the best in values the market produces for girls, boys and /ihlldren. \^ . W. J. Nelson and Co. COR. THIRD AVE. & SEVENTH ST. SOUTH-SHERLOCK BLDG. Success is Never a Matter of Chance LUCK is invariably the result of study and of hard work. Dame Fortune always smiles on the man or woman who knows. The School that teaches Business Rules, i3�.slhe98 Principles, and BusiuesB Pi'uollce ia the logical place to learn business. We speoialize on teaching young men and young women those requirements. �' ' ' DON'T DELAY. Ask for our Free Catalogue and plan to start your course Tuesijay, September 3. Office Now Open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. for linulrera. Gar b u tt B usiness College PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1S31 , 411 EIOHTHBTREET SOUTH, LeTHBRIOOe 0099 ;