Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
FM1DAY, FEnnUAIVY 8, 1Mb THE LETHBRinr.F, DAILY IlKIULD PAGENTNK /I What Salvation Army is Doing 61 ST MAN TELLS OF 1 for 2 childnm, I'.t m:>(IC'lrdh over fV Not Enough Evidence to Sustain Conviction Patriotic Ftmd Statement (Special (d tho llcnil'l) V'ernte. Web, ti.-Ton much courting o1' Hii illegal kind brought a bout, a lot (if emir ting oi' a stringenUy legal nature which tit last culminated iu the county court here> before His Honor Judge ThoiiiHttii tomty, whun he discharged nn Austrian from cusiudy been use ol! insuft'lcit'i)L evidence of a ere-diblo nature upon which to convict him of tins charge or theil upon which he bad been committed tor trial iu Magistrate- 'Whim.ster's court a week or two ago/ Tlie accused man had been fined $f)0 and costw ut -Nelson, for having a bottle ot gin in bin poBSoamon, and Inter, ho was again lined :j*nf) by Magistrate- WhiuiHter, for leaving town without notifying the police of hucIl intention. The caHc against him of theft brought out, some very unsavory facts regarding his wooing of a willing wi-df)w who occupied the .same room with him in the) a. Heck block. Tim two had lived together Tor some time, but the winsome widow finally lcFl for Vancouver, taking her two children with her for Urn purpose of placing them in a chcrity school. 1 Meantime, the. man prepared to foi-3o\v her and .secuj'ing two new trunks i'roin the Trites-Wood store, proceeded to pack tilts worldly goods of tiic I The following are Home runts as io what tin; Salvation Army hiiB done in the wuv:-- Tha following HtatisUcH will give some, idea of the ox tent of the, Army's war-time work: 15;; refreshment and rec; cation hutB have been erected in the military camps iu Great Britain, France, and othor countries, at a cOHt of $350,000. 77 boHtftJK and naval and military homes, with 4.U0O beds, costing over $�100,000, are in operation; extension!* amounting to $100,OOn are in progress. Thirty motor ambulance cara have been supplied for the war ttones in France, Ku�sla, ami lOgypt, at an o>;-peiiBe of #5Uf00u. Ihiu.OUO HoldhTH and sailors are catered for weekly in our various institutions. 11,000 food parcels and article** of clothing have been dispatched to prisoners of war ami our soldiers and sailors. ;hi,000 relatives of service men entertained at teas and social gathering p.. About 100,000 men attend the meet-ingH weekly, and many thousands have been won for Christ. Had Spread With Good Things That Came From Home Folks MILAD PHONE day's work wore snppim ' i:icii for day'K work v;� ; (rtigncd > A. M. Tilh-y. Hup! c:i!ls lot supplied. MAIiDKX i'i.'l.Mi: ,\r \|'W>' i M [!*' * JO III'- ! i'J�> c� o r.nrlstma* Day, .HmiungB,j..>.. iM.s. This moi'iiiu'g all the boys iu the battery v:er*� issued with socks, cigar-ettes and chocolate, add iu the socks that. 1 got. I found your name and address, so I'm writing these few lines .to thank you for your kindness. They C. R P. Conyheui-c iS in Calgary for, .Mrs. I�. H. Klton. - h J 4 The dafitf in honw nursing being organized by the Sir Alexander Ualt chapter J.O.D.iO. will 0�- conducted under the direction ot MiVs McClarty, Supt. uf Calf hospitiil If a sufficient ! � - 'il.i win! .Master Karl Khi'tirnfi- h.iv�� Miuincd from a visit in Ciah. *� ff * .Mrs. T H, Chlshoiui. ar� ;.ni|),iiji-':i bv her little sou, of Kstuat y. ^.i.U , is visiting her pun.-j,!.-. M, James Kisk. Heart church mi \V"dmv-wlay moi niiu. Keb. by Kcv. I''�;iher rilmi, v. hei; garv en null*' to diffurmii points in Mhis Ai. \V. I'rimean, Ivlmo-.ii-m. j Sia:cy. on iheli- return they will was uliiMnl in Im- holy ijinnls of i,;u - [ it-.): n\.> ;u MUk Kiver. wlmre Mr. Mud-irlimmy in Win. Madden Milk l(iv-|d'-!j lia-. buiii a very handsome I'esi- . Alta. Tl..' hrulc wn; givn nw.iv i�y her l;rotliei Mr. .1. C. i'riimwn. ;-h!- lle-j 11a -. d�m�, ,'urmed for that of kit whPii Prltzy dropped a "cough ' too. Those wishing to join these class-(drop" in the dugout, we had our things j es are asH^d to phone Airs Ainsworth j in and what 1 have now the rats huvejlT- �oo� as_ pos^blu. j been after and taken some of the wool,; � ; which 1 guutfs. they think is very nice j The marriage took place on Satur-; for their nests. We bad our Christ-'day laat in the Church of St. James > mas dinner last night, because some Mhe Apoatle, Montreal, of Uuorgina, of the hoys had to go up the line to day to help to keep the Huns back, J 1 i ! 4 I The Milk We Offer Is Of The Best In Quality ft ia bandied and bottled in the most cleanly manner. We Utiuw that once you try this milk you will uso it regularly, it is clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 _8_ wayward widow therein and left town pointing westward. He hurl not. been gone long until a young gild, or rather a ohilU-widow, who has a child about fifteen months old, ami who occupied a room in the same block as the two lovers, missed a dress and a corset cover and some rather fragile sjjk stokdtings. She notified the police, accusing the fleeing Austrian with having taken her clothing along with him. The Austrian was stopped at Xelson, fined as above stated, for having gin in his trunks, and brought back, bag and baggugo to Fernie. Magistrate AVhimster se'nt him before Judge Thomson, with the result stuted heroin. ^ A. Alacneill represented the crown, and Sherwood Herchmer defended. The case of Wm, Koss, found guilty by Magistrate Whimster, .some time ago, ot selling liquor, contrary to the new liquor laws, and sentenced to six months in jail, and in which an appeal was taken to the higher court, Judge Thomson* sustained the appeal, upon the ground of insufficient evidence and released Koss from cus-tody. There being but. these two cases to occupy the attention of- the court, after hearing some motions, etc., Judge Thomson adjourned the session. Secretary f'ummings reports the following collections and disbursements for the mouth of January, 1!US. Kernie and Coal Creek collections, $920.16; Corbin, $105.40; Jaffray, $2S4.50; Bull River, $63.00; Raker Lumber Co., Waldo, $560.25; Hobs-Saskatoon Lumber Co., $208.00; Flagstone, $155.00; Newgate, $5.00; dance given by Mrs. McDonalds at McOuire school bouse, $Lli.00. Total $2322.31. Disbursed to Red Cross, J.O.D.E., Fernie, $300.00; Red Cross, Flagstone, $25.00; lied Cross, Jaffray, $30.00; Red Cross, l.O.D.13., Hay^es, $50.00; Military \.M.C.A., $100.00; Tobacco Fuud, Mrs. Cjould, $15.00; Canadian Patriotic Fund, Victoria, $1803.31. Total, $:',- j and so we hud it all together which i think was a. good idea. All yesterday some of the boys were working , making tables for the dinner and everything was ready by $)x o'clock in a big long barn. We had turkey, mashed potatoes, and plum pudding, and later on cigars, nuts and apple*. The sergeants waited on us and after ! Quartermaster-Sergeant T. U. Donald the toasts had been made we settled 1 to Miss t>aisy TriMg. of Calgary, was down to listen to the concert. Quite a ; solemnized at the heme of Mr, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. IT. Smlthnrs, to Major Arthur L. S. Mills, D.S.O., son of ihe late Right llev William Lennox Mitts. I). D.. Lord Bishop of Ontario, and of Mrs. Mills, Drummond .-twi, Montreal. * * OONALl) -TKICC Report of the Nursing M^siou For the Month of Jan. 19 18 No. of new patient lis ; old i>;r. h-ms. 7: metro patient*, i; professional rails ^ families, bread io fresh I milk to a fain (ties, ;ue2S Twelfth avenue west, last evening at G o'clock, hi tlm and wrestling. In all we spent a very prospnee of a few mtiniatfi friends ol jollv evening, and finished up by! the bride and groon^ Rev W. A. drinking to the health and success of ! Smith, o St. Paul s Methodist church, the folks we left at home. Today ic | uffimated. The bride was attended by !h very cohl and it is snowing, but we Mibb Gwendolyn 1 vce, while the don't mind it, because weTl all be Bjoom was supported by his brotbej, home this time next year and the wav j Mr. James Donald, ol 1 ethbridge her-a thing or the past. Away .in the dia- ! Keant and Mrs. Donald will reside in tance you can hear the roar and burk-jT^ tor the^present. ing of the guns and trench mortars WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY Rroakfast: Oranges, Rolled Oats-', Toast, Honey, Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Scrapple. Potatoes, Parsnips,, Apple Pie. Supper: Fish Chnwder. Rye Bread, Stewed Prunes, Tea. The recipes for Scrapph-* and Rye Bread, mentioned above, are as follows: Scrapple- 7 cups water, IM-'i cups oornmeal, ?, teaspoons salt, 'J cups (meat iu small pieces. Make a mush by stirring the cornmeal into boiling sailed water. Add meat and cook two given to it families. A woman was (Mi-gaged to Stay two weeks with a maternity patient, whose husband had ju-i died. Temporary homes were found A wholesome spread for a slice of Bread - and children "love1* 2, 5, 10, 20 lb. tins �Uo 3 lb. "Perfect Seal" C,\M Jars. Write for free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITEp. MONTREAL. 32 Jfe ? which tell you that though it is Christmas Day the boys haven't forgotten what ihey came out to do and are sending Kaiser Bill his Christmas presents which 1 dou't suppose he likes very much. 1 didn't leave Canada with your home town battery, but from Victoria with another battery j which got broken up when we arrived in England, but 1 like this battery fine, as they are a fine bunch of boys. (I came down from the guns a couple i of days ago but most likely will be up, for New Year's and let the boys who 1 are spending today up there down for, , , ...... � New Years' day. I hope this finds vou ?r tliree hours �l ,)0ller or tirc: ! in the beat of health and wishing you ^sa cooker. Put. m mould to cool. j a happy new year. Your soldier friend. BERNARD F. BURROWS. f ! LETTERS TO MEN IN The Bidding Contest Closes Sat. Night at 6 THIS HANDSOME $27.00 MORRIS CHAIR WHICH IS ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW WILL BE DELIVERED MONDAY MORNING TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. IF YOU HAVE NEGLECTED PUTTING YOUR BID IN, DO SO-ANYTIME SATURDAY. IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST. Slice and saute in hot fat. Rye bread-e fups rye flour, His cups wheat flour. 1 nip hiilk. scalded and cooled, ii cup> luke-wavm water, 1 tablespoon s'alt. 1 tablespoon lard, l cake Flelschmann's yeast. Dissolve the yeast in the hike-warm water. Add 2i,i cups rye flour. Real well. Put in. a warm place to rise for about two hour's. When light .idd the wheat flour and j the lard, and the remainder of the rye j I flour and sail. Keep the dough rather ' soft. Knead until smooth, let vise to double its bulk, mould into loaves, and let rise again until light. Rake in a i moderate oven for one hour. Special $1.00 Window OVERSTOCKED ARTICLES AND GOODS BEING DISCONTINUED. 50 TO $4.50 Your Choice, $1.00 THIS WEEK ONLY SEE ARTICLES IN WINDOW R 'A Balmoral Block Fifth Street So. LETHBRIDGE L. C. TEEPLE 606 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH. DOMINION BLOCK QUALITY FURNITURE AND GROCERIES Kirkb 7 y ooms ill win now ue b Op en res on kments days Beginning February 10 11:00 a.m. V TTp to the present it has been per- iniHsable to send letters destined for persons in an enemy ceuntry* or a country in the occupation of the enemy subject to censorship through the medium of an intermediary in a neutral country. An arrangements has now been made whereby such correspondence can be forwarded through the medium ot Messrs. Thos. 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The arrangement necessary to ensure the transmission to the �writers of any reply from the correspondents in enemy countries will be made by Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son. Th ere a re certain tawns to whfeu on account of restrictions imposed by the enemy Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son cannot forward correspondence and in other cases they are only able to transmit the letter without making arrangements for the reply. Full particulars, however, may be obtained from Thos. Cook & Son on writing to them at 630 St. Catherine St., W, Montreal and enclosing a stamped addressed envelope for the reply. Letters addressed to enemy and enemy occupied territory can only be sent in this manner and any which are be}ng forwarded through other than this authorised channel will bo returned to the gender. This does not affect In any way correspondence addressed to Prisoners of War in enemy or enemy occupied territory which Is to be forwarded in accordance with the Prisoner of AVar regulations. \ + * L 1 * A * * * + See the NEW The Sweilest Things for Present and Spring Wear Our special guaranteed taffeta, called the "MONEY BACK SILK/'guaranteed for six months not to crack or break. Japanese Taffetas Imperial Rajah Striped Tussors Black and Colored Duchess Black and Ivory Habutai Striped Duchess All the New Spring Colors Are Here Come in and Look Them Over PRESIDENT PRODUCE ASSOC. London, Out.. Feb. C.-John J. Fee, j Jr., of Toronto, was elected president � of the Canadian Produce a3Sociation today at its sixtieth annual meeting. The other officers elected wart: Vice-prescient, K. ,). Smith, Rrotlcvflfe; se* ond vice-preBldenUH. R. Gray, Montreal* secretary-treasurer, U p. Marshall, Toronto.