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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta � il L ! * SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY PHONE 15 PROMPT DELIVERY Ready-to-wear Skirts PanAma cloth, in black and navy, trimmed with wide military braid, cut. oTtcr latest New York silylcs, aells regularly at $13.00 but our Sut urday adwrtisirg price is ...... fll.OO Voiles Skirts in black an.l t:avy in latest styles, sells every iWf at f)i. Special for Saturday i.i'y . JJS 51 RicJi Uroatlcloth Walkiijj f=kirts in navy and black trimra^d �vuh O'l-bridge, in a score o! sty'.s, nn I all sizes. This is one of the graatest skirt bargains ofTered the ladies of Ijrthbridgc. Sells regularly at $13-50. For Saturday only the price is .......................................... $10.75 Groceries E. D. Smith's famous jams in .'ars. sells regularly for 25c. and *; i >it-urday special ........................... JOc. 4 Bi^s Windsor Tabic -Salt, .1 tl-s., Saturday .............................. Coc REMEMBER THE P' ACE L M. BANKS & CO. The New GeaerAl Store WHITNEY BLOCK :-: LETHBRIDGE i Of Interest to Women n SOME CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONS Di.rk fruit cake.-Put ono-hall cup butter in an earthen howl 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 boat into Ihe 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-half cup of milk. Finally stir in two cups of (lour, sifted with one-half teaspoon soda, one teaspoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon allspice, one-quarter tea.spoon ground cloves. One-half teaspoon lemon extract may also be added if the flavor is desired. Boat the mixture up well, and bake in 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 flour 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 tea.^poons baking powder, and one-half teaspoon cream of tartar. Beat well, and lastly add the beaten whites of eight eggs. This quantity is suflicicnt for two loaves or cake. Salted almonds.-Blanch one-quarter pound almonds by pouring boil-ingwator over them, and let stand for two minutes, 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 off any superfluous salt Stuffed dates.-Make a cut the entire length of dates a^id remove the atones. 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 mrtst be a certain amount of readjustment of habits, and this readjustment can scarcely fail to be accompanied by more or less disillusionment," writes a woman o( experience. "For one thing, the point of view, masculine and feminine, is, as regards many things, totally different, and the bride who declares during her honeymoon that 'men are just 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 it with hia partner in business? Why should he not entertain and amuse her as he does his friends and business associates? Why, also, should not a wife exert herself to please and entertain her husband aa she did her lover? "Much dpmestio infelicity is directly traceab e to the custom which wives and husbands contract o( thinking that the otlier 'does not matter,' of treating one another not only without ceremony, which is pardonable, but without consideration, which is inexcusable. Newly married people should burn up in the fire of their ardent affection all little ways which are disagreeable to each other. Like government, marriage must be a continual series of compromises."  HI I I I I Ml ill I'M I ill ill i I I I ill"! Ml Hm |.|,|,i,li.|M|,,|,|n|.,|nH,|,iuH,,|,,|n|,|n|.,H^ Bow Island Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. AVOID GRIMACES. "How many women spoil their whole chance of beauty by the foolish trick of making grimaces," said a beauty doctor some time ago. "Their faces are never in repose; and if they are not bitting their lips they are blinking their eyes or elevating their eyebrows over some trivial matter, while when they laugh their faces are distorted beyond recognition. Such habits are, alas! so easy to acquire and so hopelessly diflicut to remedy. They lead to wrinkles and lines, and age the face by many years. "Mothers should try to prevent such tricks growing during child hood. After all, one can learn to smile and to laugh prettily without being self-conscious and artificial and there is no need to disfigure oneself by the foolish habit of grimac ing." CHANGE IN PRINCIPAL R. R. Davidson Appointed to MR. ROGERS RESIGNS Raymond Teacher Appointed (o Centrd School Stair. J. Olquist Bow Isind, A ] (. �l HI I HI til 1111II1111 -K^WW-W r 111II11 H-H-M in II Mill | IH^H^^- (From Saturday's Daily.) For the first time in many moons there was a full meeting of the school board la.st night at a special rneet-ing. The first matter was the appointment of a successor to W. C. Rogers, principal of the Westminster School, who has resigned. R. R. Davidson, who has taught Standard ly. in the Central School since lust March, received the appointment. Miss M. L. Irvine of Raymond, formerly of Chatliam, Ont., was appointed to Standard IV. at the Central. After a great deiil of 'di.scussion, more or Ica.H warm, tlie hoard decided U> allow Principal Huniillon, Mr. Mo:-i,'iin and Mi.ss Bi.'nnett devote Uii-n;sc'lv('s entirely to Hi^'h Scliool work, am] liniploy a niun to take charRi; of Stanilanl V. The clwiir-mun was oppo.si'd to tin- action, claiming t!uit as there was only one room vneant it 8lioiild be kept for the ir.cri'iise of iitt.'iulinr.r in t!ii' I'lw-iT i-o^mi.s at Ivistern. The r.'st of the board thought that the work of the schoi.l woulfi be nio'-" "rfi''i'".!l if then; v.. week would bo very irregular and work ac-coir.pli.9lied of little account. Dr. J. S. Stewart and 0. D. Austin, tru.stee3 elect, were, by inv/ltation, present, and accorded the privileges of menibera of the board. Was It Your FAULT the Cake was Soggy ? GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE How many times have you unconsciously shouldered the blame of soggy cake or bread, tough roasts of beef or fowl, when really the fault was in your stove? A stove to be reliably perfect must be self-regulating in regard to drafts, and the oven must be scientifically constructed to center the heat to a given point, and to regulate that heat to the temperature of proper cooking. The Original Majestic is today witboiit a peer in stovedoni Ih* Alberta Hardware Plumbing and Heating Co. Successors to Brodie ft SUfford and Hick ft Wakeley Grassy Lake THE NEW COAL TOWN I I Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass Line, C.P.R. Townate on tiie MaiM 2 Mnntlis Lots to tiie vaiue of $10,ini soid GREAT INDUCEMENTS For all kinds of business openings. \Sl^ $50 to $I50| A SNAP FOR SHORT TIME For Further Particulars, apply to SALVAGE HAVE YOU SEEN THE DAILY HERALD ;