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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OKCEMBKH 20, 1917. TMK IYMT.T MI-ISM n PAGE If you coffee in a percolator, ask your grocer for SEAL BRAND COFFEE FINE GROUND The top of each can is marked as above. f In 1 and 2 Ib. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. CHASE tc. SANBORN, MONTREAL. IBS The following Is Hie (landing of imjiils In the Westminster Fisher, Kuby Ingram, Xorinan DCS- [luontl, fioslo Joslln, Evelyn Ford, lie Harry Swindler, Annie Kerr, Kdtvin Jeastc Martin, Aler- audcr Grade IV Violet Ficliten, Fred Gibson, Grace -Violet Lowe, Walter Gelgcr, Myrtle Sfevea's'on, Stanley'Turaer, Ben Dinning, Esvart Hodglns, Violet Logan, i Grade V.lll anch Olamler, Murjorlc Smith. John Watson. Jones, .Myrtle Jlyssop, George Glaiivttle, Doris Rob ,erls, Donald MeNub, Eisic Clayton, 'Uessle Kdilh Barkley, j Hiai ___ _______ [Myrtle Thos. Allen.- Bert' Harry MockforJ, Dorothy HIchca, Joe Dau McMeefcln, Pearl Taylor, r Wanda Scbamliach, Nora LHarvsy Gowiu, Norman Goiger, Thos.' hcavjtl, Arviti Larson, .Gladys Hod- .Clirisllo, Lester Heilenstrom, jWlnntc' fijns, Thchna Doild, Irene Wlnnlcott, jXVtUlwork, Jennie McN'tilly. Verti Glim- Molly Walton, John'Auderson, Vlana jville. Archie Cameron, Maurice ler. j Grade VI t Hilda Morris, May AnncUs, Jeaiinic Dow, John -Hue, Harry. .Taylor, Nellie John Fuller, Andrew.. Coyle, Oca, Anderson. Grade IV Jr. Geo. -Morden, Gco. Katbie Ilnird, fsubclle ftae, Phyllis' Payne Herbert Willfams, May McNnlty, Ma> Vines, Tom Sidney Peake Bernard Knibbs. Grade III Sr. Madge Amietts, May lirown, Phyllis "Wliile, Minnie Kirk, James Carter Lizzie' WJshai't, Bella Suiced, Harry Norman Arnold, Elizabeth James, Kli Chapman, Nora Mockfonl, HcRinaUl nor Wilson, John James, Fritz Scham Grist, Vorner Nornian. Ethel Hursl, Flora Gain, Joe 'Swedish, Tom Stcvefi- Kon, Allan Watson, Joe Mycrsi Grade VI i, J-'minel, Clara Hcaton, Chas. Daisy Holmes, Phyllis Whit loir. Lizzie :Kumner, Dorotliy Doe, Will 'Patching, !Jean _ Chalmers, Lizzie Hazel Held, Joe t'ociic, Tom Arnold, Inez Gordon Jonesl' Jas. Kcrgaii, Dora Mellor, Harriet Stakley, Dora bach, Isabellc Leonard Binning This. -Maralee, rKcllIn MeVer. MarguretrRoberts, lialgh, Grace' McN'nlty, son, Dpj-a Gibson, Mary. Mordeh, Jack John Hicties, Alberta. Rose, Allan] Jiayward, Janet Scott, Dorothy AVI1 Kiilpalb, Bessie Dalrd, John Barklcy.j lets, Marguerite JIatthews, Homer -Alice -Rossi -Ethel .Larson, Thomson, Winnie ,Chaplow, Ethel Dodd, Cecil Clark, >A1-' 'Fairbanks; Mna'blilniior, Arthur-Lacy bert psgood, Albert Giles, Agnes-Jar- Muriel: dart, .'Lily ''Howes, Clarence Larson, .Arthur liedster, Geo. Fuller Fairbanks, Annie Carter, Thos ivie, Jesse Watson, McNaliu, John Wylle, 'John Grade V Irene Simpson Iris erine Peake, Edith Fnlpelt; Calh IIou ard Park, las Junior III Ilowker, Uoris 1 Rose, A'iola PHONE 1224 Mr. J. Harry Aiesauder is spending few daya In C'algary. iJrs. Jlodgins is vIsititiK her at Vancouver (or a few iveeks. 'liopo that all ice (fiends uf tbc aocfcly in your ilLlrkt will uey to it tbat nu j Mono la led uuturned to ensure lha Ella Fllmcr. V. Holca'-Mordcn, Jlargaret Held, Abblc Harold mle Hertha Ford, Kitty Albert Burnham, John Miss Youag is leaving on Tuea- .ay for Calgary to attentl Normal chool. Mrs. W. J. McCambiy anil son Hoh- spending a few days in lllgli tlver. Jflatie Pipes who is leaching north of Calgary, Is visiting her home lere for the holidays. Miss I'carl Olson, who has been vis ting Mrs. Harry Olsou, leaves today :cr UiaJiop, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Irwin. of Ncepa vva, Man., are the guests of their Mr. Ferguson Irwln, 50S 12th St. A south, l Miss Fern Stevens, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stevens, of Taher, who has been very HI at- the hospital, is-espected lo return lioine Monday. TJic Nursing Mission wishes to thanb. Mrs. Washbrook lor the two tons ol coal, so generously donated on Dec 24th. The gift ivas given to a family that needed it in the worst way. R Tiie rcgiilar of the Manle Leaf Chapter No. 7 order of Easier: Star, wiCI bVheld'on th'c 2nd Tues3a> 'n of the first, lustal latlon of new officers will thus taki place, 1 Mr. Sliparer will give his popula: locture on "From ocean to ocean' next Thursday evening, January 3rd at S o'clock in the basement of Knoi church. This will be illustrated wllh Borne splendid lantern slides. The pub lie Invited. A quiet but pretty wedding was sol emnized at St. Mary's church, North Lethbrtdge, by Rev, A. E. Snow, on Dec. 22nd, when Alfred Bradley Ma: clianil and Barbara Kllen Morris We're united in of-matrimony. WAH MENU FOR SUNDAY Breakfast: Grapefruit, Creamed Cel cry. on Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Noisettes of Mutton, Brass els Mashed Potatoes, Orang Watch for Mrs. Thrifty. jQinieson Harold Westcolt, LillEan LarSen Plullis Turner! Olive Jloss: Jackson, Chrlssle BatnJ; .fihteila SfcCalfum v Junior H Uerhe Jon Mary Helher Arthur Hostetterr :-Jimiriie, Kerr Geo James, Kitty Pankhurst, Harold KiLner, Marjorie Anderson, Davles, Jaa. Nellie ,WI1I Be Held in "the HAY GROWERS' HALL COALDALE Monday Evening 31st, 1917. EIGHT PIECE ORCHESTRA ilocklord, Evert Ltezlo Hae, Percy Claylon. Senfor I Lawrence Hpdgin s Ja ru es B jrotn, AVatsonj, 'Sandy -ivylle; KrneaL Vines, Jinimio wn- Mamio and Chestnut Pudding. ,Salad, Bread, Strawberry jam, ijfcUan Corn PnL-a .Tn-i Cake, -Ten. f MuEto iimilU atfd Puildlas riientlohfitl ''above1 are as follows: NTo seUes of thick inuttpn cul leta" from" pulp, onions, 2 tablespoons fat I cup -well-flavored tneat Bon anil trltii the c'titlets, antl.-fry them lightlyJwith- the peele nnions'and tomatoes in -ihe-sniolting hot a liie bottom of a the cu lets on tlietn, pour over'the stocl pepper, and coo gently" with the litl on about tw leep china dfsh wil ;ravy; poured roun them. jpnuc. jcase Carter. pracfie and Chestnut Ib le'la Shaw, Robert chestnuts, juice of two sweet orange 'Johnson, Hlchard l dessertspoonful sugar. Boll and ski nt IT iZZ1G Annte McNab, {he chestnuts anil rub through a wlr '5maiV Isabel r sieve. Pile in a glass dish pour ove ilte, Caroline Hansen, Leonard Kin-Hlto juice of the oranges, and sprinh' neburgh, Fclton, Albert Har-! wll'h si dust of Btfgar. rison, Ena Davis, Krnest Kclton, SyrH ncy'KIng-, MauiI-Jonnsdn.'May Hulton, John Howarlh, Hfirry Gobelle. ni l Dirt. I arks, tlf 1 n i innt n r a houi-s. Serve to a d and gr rrei, liar- cOm-an, (.liarlle INCREASE- Chicaeo, Dee. Wage 'Incrcasta' of 13V5 per cent and shorter workl'iii; hours have, been granted telegraphers, station, amenta and tower-men ot the .Chicago-anil Nsrttiwester Railway an- ;BounceJ men are eltected, fiE PREPARED >M HIGHLY JEFFICIENT SERyiCEr-4' I what is1 required of >A-rimeh'tortay. 'Qualify for a Telegraph Operator. Best equipped .Telegraph school-tri the west. Good positions awajt those who qualify'. ihvindes Touch Typewriting; Standard Railway, Rules, Spelling etc, >.Hesl- dcntla! accp'mrabdallon. Other subjects taught. i i FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE, F. S. McGALL, Principal, Albert. CoUej e Nvrtk pTLEOFPMiNO t7; r or -Soldiers Families A. M, Grace, A. ,M. Grljg, A. Tu djftt an ey, ,H. W. Crawford, E. C. Ouilbiutt, fhot. Qu'lnii, 0, B. Edjftt and L. .W. have preiented a the for the benefit of the soldiers' will be ruffled eff. TICKETS The4 may bt pritured from 'ct 'the Nextif-kln'unJ1 Vort, Dec. ;t nuluralized Gf.'rin a fcrc-r fai tory tn nc'lues for Ibe I'u me til, was remand In the lii-nniff, tias b-ffii siian in a Urookiyi: uf lor- e-it .1 10 Jait without court litre (fjdyv ated.'1 Thi sago, 114 cup's water, 2 tablespoons golden syrup, -Juice of one lemon, Grated lemon rind. Boll In tha water until quite clear, then add syrup, lem- on juice, and a little of the yellow grated rind, and boil a. minutes longef.'Pour into n wetted cnlni mould Turn out when cold and serve with boTlcd, custard. Rice eupa flour, ran hot cooked rice, 5 teaspoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 cup milk, 2 tablespoons melted fat, tea- spoon salt, 1 egg. Md and sift fitter, sugar, salt, and baking powder; add one halt milk, egg Veil beaten, the re- mainder of the milk mixed, with and beat thoroughly; then add butler or fat. Bake In greased mnffln rings placed In greased pan, or bake In greased scm pans. RED CROSS NOTES The following Is from a recent letter received from the AiberU Pro- vincial Rranch of the Canadian Red Cross Society, Calgary: "We arc In receipt of a ahtpmeiit of supplies Ironi tho ItClhbrtdgo and herewith enclose official TSo work you hare sent In Is xveryj.irtccly made, and wo are very, ehd lo'hite snth Urge We perhaps our workers, JKlll he interested to know Ihnt.'lho Fled Cross Society decided to to Halifax, all the Red Cross sop- piles which we-e- lying dl.St. Jotin waltlnB for shipment overseas, "in order that Iho Rod Cross might do Its share In relieving the sufferings of our fellow countrymen In the stricken On this account It will be np to all off us to redouble our efforts and glvo evctl' more timp' and money to our socicty'so Dial there maV be no sh'orlagc ;of .supplies .'for' 'our wounded soldiers, overseas, through tho unex- pected drain which bees made on -Bot fte 'sMjjhfeirt donbt but that the demands On oar stores wfti bo beavr and THE Has Licensed the Makers of tp continue to put up and the original Red, White and Green delicious Toasted Corn Flakes you have always used. MADE IN CANADA SOLD BY ALL GROCERS SAVE And Use THE IDEAL FLAKES. limes richer in proteins fan milk, oatmeal or most valaatte'--1 rfrirlrriffri j. ana working by Dr. Alexander Brycc, M.D., D.P.H. Kellogg's Toasted Corn: Flakes are twenty-five per-.cent rlcber in ooy wrWt wheat preparation on the market, i MOST ECONOMICAL a thousand calorics (food units) in Kejiogg's Toasled Corn Flakes cost lesj-tlun a. ttioUMMd'arJefia in butter 'or, third of the cost of a tlioiisantl caloric in lamb chops and chicken or, quarter of the cost of the sime'in eggs, beeJstetk and j a report made by tho'Chemiat of the Russell Sage Institute of 'These facts.arc from oiBcial reports qnd are indisputable. v Kellogg's Flakcs'ddjtist what the Food Controller eveiyoas to SAVK WHtAT. If your dealer's stock of Kellogg's TosrttcJ _ past onpertainty he will have plenty on hind'irjg frtj'ot. MJ because v Kellogg'g Toksted Corn Flakes is now officially licensed by ihe Food Con- (roller to be soM In the same Red, White knd Grteri you have always boughtlmad that means a continuous lunstinteJ luppfyffor eVeryone. The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co. Head Office, and Factory: London, OnL Limited ;