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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY ONLY PHONE 15 PKOMPT DELIVERY Ready-to-wear Skirts Panama cloth, \m black and navy, trimmed vfiih wide milHary braid, cut after lat�itt Now York styles, Mils regularly at flS.OO but our S�it urday adwrtising price is...... fll.OO Voiles Skirt� in black nn;l i;nvy in latest stylas. sella every dity nt fii. Spvcial for Saturday >.i'y .. 512 .nO Rich Broo/lclulh Walkii^ Skirts :n navy and black trimmed tvith brid(;e, in a iicore ty'.>s, iin I all siaes, Tliis is one of the greatest Bkirt bargains ofTered the ladies of I^bridgc. Sells regularly ait $13-60. For Saturday oaly iba price is .......................................... $10.75 Groceries K D. Smith's famous joms in ;nrs. sells regularly for 25c. and : nt-urday special ........................... JOc. 4 Bags Windsor Tabic .Salt. O Its., Saturday .............................. -5c. REMEMBER THE P'ACE I. M. BANKS & CO. The New General Store WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE EBB BesGaseaaasEBa; I Of Interest to Women \ BEE^EeaaaasE SaKl3 SOME CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONS Dark fruit cake.-Put one-half cup butter in an earthen bowl and work it about with a wooden spoon until it becomes soft and of a creamy consistency. Add three-quarters cup of brown sugar and beat into the butter. Then add the fruit, three quarters cup seeded raisins cut in pieces, three-quartra cup cleaned currants, and half a cup sliced citron, also one-half cup molasses. Next add two eggs beaten until light, and one-hslf cup of milk. Finally stir in two cjps of flour, sifted with one-half teaspoon soda, one teaspoon oinnanipn, one-half teaspoon allspice, one-quarter teaspoon ground cloves. One-half teaspoon lemon extract may also be added if the flavor is desired. Boat the mixture up well, and bake iu buttered cake pans. top. Do not cut all the way across, but leave a narrow strip for the handle. Cut out on each side of this strip and remove the sections. Clean out the interior with a spoon. White nut cake.-Cream three-quarters cup butter, add one an a half cup sugar, and beat well. Have ready one cup walnut meats cut in pieces, and rub these in ilour before adding to the mixture, to prevent settling. Add one-half cup milk, and stir in two and a half cups flour, sifted with three teaspoons baking powder, and one-half teaspoon cream of tartar. Beat well, and lastly add the beaten whites of eight eggs. This quantity is sufficient for two loaves or cake. Salted almonds.-Blanch one-quarter pound almonds by pouring boil-sngwftler over them, and let stand for two minuter, then drain, and put into cold water, when the skins can easily be rubbed off. Dry the almonds between towels. Put a third of a cup of olive oil in a very small saucepan, and when the oil is hot fry the almonds, ' a few at time, stirring to keep them in motion until they are a delicate brown. Remove with a skimmer, drain on paper and sprinkle with salt. Before serving, rub oS any superfluous salt Stuffed dates.-Make a cut the entire length of dates a^d remove the stones. Fill the cavities with blanched almond and walnut meats chopped fine, re-shape the dates, and roll them in granulated sugar. Custard in orange baskets.-For the children's dessert make a custard in the usual way, and serve in baskets of orange peel. To make the baskets, cut into the orange from opposite sides, about one-third from the FOR THE NEWLY MARRIED. "In every marriage, however happy, there mast be a certain amount of readjustment of habits, a.nd this readjustment can scarcely fail to be accompanied by more or less disil-lusionment," writes a woman of experience. "Fox one thing, the point of view, masculine and feminine, ia, as regards many things, totally different, and the bride who declares during her honeymoon that 'men are juat horrid!' is by no means rare. Why should not a man be as tactful and as little disposed to find fault with his wife, or life partner, as he is with his partner in business? Why { should he not entertain and amnse ' her as he docs his friends and busi- I ness associates? Why. also, should | not a wife exert herself to please and entertain her husband as she did her lover? "Much dpmeatio infelicity is directly traceable to the custom which wives and husbands contract of thinking that the other 'does not matter,' of treating one another not only without ceremony, which is pardonable, but without consideration, which ia inexcusable. Newly married people should burn up in the fire of their ardent affection all little waiys which are disagreeable to each other. Like government, marriage must be a continual series of compromises." 4