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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 19J7 THE LETHnniDGE DAILY HERALD PACE FIYt S. Alberta to Raise Sum Halifax Relief Southern Alberta Is uudertaklug to, raise for Halifax relief. Tbat (lio dccibiou arrived at In Calgary at a meeting held there which was attended by reyresimtatlvcs of the towiis [iiid titles ol Southern Alberta on Saturday. Oily Clerk Donald A. Duff attended l.rtbbrldge. The pEau ie to raiso per capita uul the south ;mJ nn organization lo jilan tho campaign t.s now being ef- fected. KoHiming are the members of tho executive committee: .Mayor Crulk.- Mr. Duff In reporting the result of the Calgary Dieeting lo the cKy Coun- cil here, wrote llie following letter: Dear imrbyauce ol your resolution, 1 attended a mealies In Calgary, called' to lorm an executive for Halifax relief lu Southern Alberta, There were oiily about ID represent- atives present, tho executive form- ed was: Chalrmau, President the United vice-chairman. A. K. Cross, of Calgary, and Uou. sec- retary, D. C. Campbell iho tti'.gary Hoard of Trade. Mayor Hardle, Mayor Crulk.ilianka of Medicine Hat, and eliatik, MeJtniie Jlat; Mayor Hardie, l.elhlrldge; Mayor loiUon, Drumhell- er- Mayor Sniltli Hc-d Mayor mayors of tho other more Important Mayor Sliarye. Stfl- lowufi aud villages in the south, were tier; Mayor Williams. Illsh .Itiver, "iade luemtera ol the executive. President 1-3. J. Wood, CardaUm; May- or Crier, Maclcod; Itecvc of Blair- v more; Mayor of You tigs aud Dr. K. H. Brett, of Uaulf. Keeping The Quality Up. LAXATIVK 1JIIOMO QUIKINJ3. the World-Famous Cure for Colds and is now 30c On account of lite advance In the iirlcc of the six uiffcrent Medicinal. Concentrated Kx tracts; and 'Cheiiiicxls contained In LAXATIVK 1UIOMO QUININE, It-was necessary to increase the price to the UruESist. It has stood the test for a Quarter of a Century. It ii used by every Civilized Nation. WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON WEARING APPAREUSHOES WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. Expert Watch Repairing At reasonable AEI work guaranteed. Mall orders given prompt and carefuE attention. The1 Empire Jewelry Co. Oalfss Hotel Block White the meeting did not decide upon any particular method, still It seemed to be the idea that the south- ern part oi AlberU should 000 which is at the rate of per capita. Juat how this amount should towns anil cllloa of course will ho can- vassed. 1 called 011 Mr. McQueen of lLo city local orKamzuilou. They have their Victory loan headquarters in tho Pal User. For sonic days they have been very busy advertising. They liave adopted as Ihclr motto "Help Halifax'' have yut buttons, street car advcr- Escments and banners and ako did considerable advertising in the 1 'would iiillar action In that we take a LAURIER SAYS NOTHING, .Sigurd aUerajita to kill 1'Mlip in an I those different roJes stiow Fort William, Dm, Dec. Sir f oxvl'.ing battle on the uf a what Mr. Kellc-rd 1ms Wilfrid haurltr and his parly lofty fliff. Dyceworthy i-amprotmses' cl anil lu brtagliiK his talented orga through last night on thy Impcr- j TLelina li.cldciital lo his plan to win izatioti to the Majestic next Mouda 1al Limited east bound. Sir Wilfrid; her by force, and the livo arc found! for an engagement of three ulght saw ;io one here and could bo obtained from the party. There was never a lime In the his- tory of Canada when the people need- ed to be so careful ill their buying and never a- time when was so proclous. The relationship between food and money is abnormal, food today Hceios mora precious than i money. Hut Inero fs a choice even! In food. To those who can afford to' have lurkey or chicken for their Christmas dinner, we say by all have turkey or chk'hcu! These can- hot be shipped overseas p.s every foot of cargo space is needed for fooJa which arc of more vital importance. fn a Christmas dinner tlie experi- enced housewife knows that good coolt- Ing aud >viso choice can make an. acceptablo meal, even II the ciccutftom- ed article may not appear this year on our table. In the face of the need at the front, and of tho world short- What the Press Agents Say will probably bo to have them a sraul, thus 'saving the necessity ot canvassing every farm. The villages, Designed and cut to make youJcok your Best WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Mo.nlreal COAL FOR SALE By Csrload, Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 GOOD FEED for delTvered Prices to F. 0. Hyde Co, Phone 1244 Lethbridgs What Rule of Etiquette Is Being Violated? If you want to play cards "ac- cording (o Hoylc" get-the new edition of THE OFRC1AL RULES OF CARD GAMES It. gives all the rules of eti- quette and the latest rules-of plaj; for THREE HUNDRED GAMES Including Uie fascinatlog new development of WHIST PIRATE BRIDGE FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Store Book Shop CVW. MANSON PHONE 613 514 Fourth Avenue, few minutes and informed us that marfihmallows and vegetable creams the government would iiay all office with mashed potato forming tho basis including printing and stationery, stamps, etc., but they would expect that Ibc can- vassers would give their time for noth- ing. Mr. Campbell, secretary, promised ho vrould forward Mayor llardio a dc- taileil report of the minutes of the Yours truly, D. A. City Clerk. AT THE EM1MIESS Bertha Kallch, one of the greatest of actreibC-i am] Hit- dramatic artist In tho worlcLwho can serious- ly considered as tho successor [o Sarah EJernhurdi, lias signed a con- struggling by Sir who beats] with maimet: Christmas day, we ca [fie merchant ivith his fists. assure our play goers v.tll be s; Love days follow for Philip and fordeil a real histrionic treat. Th ThHuia, and they wtrw married at ihe setting ol the antmat pojar suu. Tliuy K'i to Philip's homo in London, where 'i and become the talk of society. She H hated, how- ever, ity ono of foruier ad- mirers. Lady I'h.Jiy is tho innocent victim of hid by Lady lo com- him with bis wile. Philip's tract William For to act before Victoria, B, C., Dec. has heen here that Flight Lieut, Joseph Gormaiij n.X.A.S., has died as a" result of a fractured skull and other injuries sustaincii, presumably in an accident. The advices give tho date ol his death as December 1C, at Paduaj Italy. HP, had heon the front for a monlh, having left England after a furlough on Kovemhtr 10. Lieut. Gorman was 2S years old autl a member of a wctl-known Ottawa family, vfh'eri he was horn and educat- ed. He was connected various newspapers In Ottawa and Toronto be- fore coming to Victoria to take tho sporting desk at the Times, He'was an all round crack athlete. For a time of the candy, are wholesome and dellc- >us. Iciug for cakes nhouttl he taboo or, it used at all, should consist merely of a thin plain white coat without! almond paste or fancy border Ex-' cellent substitutes might be provided such as nut bread, graham or bran gems with'raisins, date corn-mutfins or other home-made brown breads. Following Is an economical and wholesome dinner menu for Christ- mas 1917, in Canada and one the food controller would heartily approve. TJrwfc Chicken or Chicken Potple Bread, Crural) Dressing GIblet Gravy Mashed Potatoes, Celery Carrot Purldlng, Caramel Sauce Bran Gems Caiidletl Orange Peel, Mints To make the gravy.the giblets are cohered with water vid allowed to i simmer lor an hour. Then "arc [chopped fine. A gravy Js made fn the pan with four tablespoons each of fat .and flour. When these are well Wended the water In which, .the gib- lets simmered is added and enough boiling water to make two cups. This should he stirred over the firo until well thickened, then seasoned with salt-and pepper. Finally the giblets should be added. The following arc the ingredients required .'or. carrot pudding: 1 cup each grated carrot, potato, apple. 1 eup- each sugar, chopped suet, seeded raisins. cups flour. 1 teaspoon each cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg. 1 teaspoon baking sudi. Juice of u, lemon. the motion picture camera and ap- pears In the recently released drama "Slander." This dramatic celebrity, whose own personal story is as compelling and vitally Interesting as the greatest role she has ever portrayed on tho stage, lias entered whole-heartedly In- to 'a work, which. If predictions may be Indulged in. will even increase tbo reputation and fame vhich are hers as the result of the many Important achievements ol her past stage career. This Is at the Empress to- day. Also see the ad. for auother urtlflt who will appear. In "Tho Call of Her Peojilo." Metro's great seven-act special re- lease, plcturlzcd from Kdward Shcl- friend Lor 3 in er is the husband by rectot marriage of Violet Yere, a pop- ulir actress in London, who refuses lo give up her slaKO life to live wtih It Em. arimer asks Sir Philip lo plcsd v.-ith, ho actress, v.-hk-h ho does. Lady skltlfully informs Thelma of this Incident, ami little by little ad- vnnrrrs evidence of her husband's du- l-lic'ity. Again she plots lo corapro- iiitso Philip and ttils time increases Thelma's .susi.tlciou. den's famous "Kgypt." Ethel Barrymore lias an opportunity to dis- play most superb skid woman. During picture the star was-called, on to r3dc at breakneck speed both along rough country roads and through crowded city streets filled with vehicles and >edestrlans. Sir hundred people ook part in the production, and Miss 3arrymore .rode through this crowd on a spirited horse. At the Empress lomorrow. ho played on. the Vancouver Ificrosse team, and was a former member the Tecumseh Lacross Team. Ill married Miss Lottie McLaren.'of this city, who survives him. Jff WeTurnOut tin Work of erery description. can make you anything tin or aheet metal wort you" require from a small ventilator top to an elalwrato coiriico. havo every facility for ererj kind of work. If you have any need for Un or sheet molar work of any hind come here and we sup- ply your lattafactorily !n every way, chariefl. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. .REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETMBRIDCE, St. CyprianTs Church Wednes- day, Children's Christmas con- tort. Children should meet at lit tho school, but parenfa arc asked to coino at S o'clock. Parents are asked to supply sandwiches-and'cake, Thurs- day, 3 meeting at .ho Red Cross. Friday) S }hoir pracllce. t L. D. relief society will meel at Sister Ostlund's at 2 o'clock. Sub- iffct: Genealogy andxllteraturo. United p. m., sharp: Mission Circle in the ]hurcfl parlor; Wednesday evening: Prayer meeting in charge of Ihe W.M. .r Wednesday evening: W." M. 'S. meets at Thursday, Fran- cis Willard W'.C.T.U. will meet at -Mrs. Goldie, 53S 12lh St. C.; Tuesday af- ternoon and evening: C. B. and Y. P. Superior Supply Co. .tid 1Mli Mrnt'' f MINING, A RAILWAY CQUIFMCNT TUDAOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM GANG PLOWS FORD TBACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MEMTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS PHONE A CAR EVERYTHING FOR JUST AftlUVED -Diary Baoki Mandi for Loose Leaf. Ledgers.- Leaf Miynb anil Price BooMx. Synopttca 10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Baokt, all SPECIALS Adding MachfnM and Supplies Chwk Writers SUrplinf I in (Tburcbeg Sift together flour, salt, sofla and spices and add to grated vegetable, sugar and suet. Add lemoa' juice of.last. Put into a well greased mould and steam Tour hours. "ran Genii 1 cup bran. 1 cup white flour. 1 cup sugar. i teaspoon salt level teaspoons baking powder, 1 egg. 1 tablespoon melted dripping. Mfx and AT THE MAJESTIC Mr. John R. Ke-lhrd is one of the most versatile actors on our slage to- day, li Is of course natural to more or less associate his narae with his wonderful performance oE Hamlet, ho beicg the actor who liaa played (Ills rote for 102 consecutiye performances. This years ago at the Garden and Harris theatres In New York city. .Mr. Kellard was for many years MetlamtOJofljeska's co-star anii during the period of their association played such roles IR Macbeth, Benedict, id as a horse-J (Much Ado A'bout Malvollo', (Twelfth Shylock, in The Mer- chant ot Venice. The mention of Mr. Kellerd has te the strongest that baa eve jure1) America in 1 1'lw plays that Mr. Kelleril will prr during h's all too short etay ur oily Hamlet, Macbeth. Th Itrchant ot Venice ana Tiio The compa-.y production etc., wil e complete detail. Tho i (.nines arc said to be ezccptiouaU. c.nd historically correct. In "The Auctions Block" whlcli come lo the Majestic for three days stari next Thuifday, Dec. 2flthf maii no o Saturday, Hoi 13 each th author, seems to have exercised th functions of a newspaper reporter n iher than an author, lie has sfcetche his characters in n atraEghtforwart uncolored way, ss from very Hfn eelf. Lorelei Knight, his heroine, ono of a million girls of our big cUI and small towns. With a vitriolic, v ilo pen, Mr. Beach flays our moder social condition and its unheeded evl The characters In ''Tho Auction Block rim the entire gamut ot human em cinrcij. cnlng and combiDe tho two mixtures. Bake in greased gem pan3 ja oven. CtndFed Orange PeeT Remove the peel from thin skinned oranges and cut it Ui quarters. Then cover with cold witer and bring to the bolllog point. Cook slowly unlll It is Drain, remove the white part and cut the yellow rind In thin strips, with scissors. Make a thick syrup of 1 cup sugar and cup wafer. Boil until it threads. Cook I he orange strips In this syrup tor live minutes. Drain and roil in granulated sugar. Make fi 1 sup sugar. iyi cup water. teaspoon cream of tartar. Dissnlvo 1 cup sugar in cup holl- Ing water. Add cream of tartar, firing to B boil and continue lo boll until he mixture forms a soft ball when it 'dropped in cold watjr. Pour out on a slightly greased platter and leave until edge begins to harden. Beat with a wooden spoon until ioo stiff. Then mould with fingers. Add 3 drops 11 of peppermint when partly forked. Form Into small balls. Potato Crtam Candy Doll and jnash medium sized potato until smooth and fine. Add and' gradually worlrln confectioner's sugar until of the consistency of good cream Flavor as desired. Shape as cream candles, and decorate with nut mttals. Maciroons '1 egg. cup sugar. 1 tablespoon melted batter. 1 cup rolled outs. teatpoon Bait. 4 tablespoons shredded Beat esg until light. Add other In- drop from to greased pan or greased LAST MME.PETROVA IN "Exile "A LUCKY Russell.) Sigurd (Albert Ricardi) de- velops an early hatred for tho English- man and ypwa to causo his death. Sigurd's mother was Ulrika (Allen servant of Charles Dyce- wdrthy (Richard an unscrupu- lous Dosekop merchant who, to win Thelma, was plotting with aid of Lorisa (Maud a hag. TONIGHT lli paper and cook fifteen ralnnles In raoderatQ oren. Salted and blanch Pal- on lo platter anil sprinkle with salt, r nlrtt to dry. la the morning roast lo a' light brown in tho oven. d'flO butter or oil. These are more difestlble than If nil ot butter Is used. Fruit Put through food chopper J cnp each elites, raisins, walnuti, Add cup con- fectioner's sugar and knead until well rallied. iHcll oul is ron would a cake dusting board hi. with confectioner's squares and v roll 0. Ti R. Knnrainwvy Due TrAik r rroti 8 (a Pricei William Fcx Prcscntl Modern With Vivian Martin and Harry Milliard A New Drama of Great Interest See the finish of "The Broken Coin" and "Gloria's with Bfllie.Bgrfce. A big show for the money. THURSDAY FAMOUS1 PLAYERS PRESENT. J ACK PICKFORD AND LOUISE HUFF Alto "LUKE LOSES PATIENTS" 3 Days, Starting MON., DEC, 2t SPECIAL MATINEE CHRISTMAS DAY, AT 2.30 I ENGLISH ACTOR JotlH .Supported by a Powerful frfim a'Run of Nights at Harris Theatre, New York City. In Elaborate and Spectacular Productions of 102 I Elaborate and Spe< SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS TUESDAY MERCHANT OF VENICE'; TUESDAY. --WEDNESDAY ricci: 76c, 50c..Xmas Day Matlnt PFan Opens Frfday- at Theatre. ntt Me I EMPRESS: Oriental Silks WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF ORIENTAL StLKS WHICH WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AS WELL A'S INEXPENSIVE XMAS' PRESENT FOR YOUR FRIEND. We alw IUTC a nice line BING WO HP Thirteenth Strtel North SEE ME TONIGHT In My Qreatett Comedy "THE CHIEF COOK" A Cyclone of Laughter" Positively the time enr'- ihown In The Laughing Hit of 1917. Early, William Fox Prtttnta Kallch In .5 SLANDER A Modern that Every Woman ttt'. and. Men Should Study, Prkw rMPRESQ AND TMURS.IlJ v." WKK THE PLAY Of POWER IS Call of Her A Murnl fndMdm Mi ;