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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AL. MM I t I I "T" >4 M ESTABLISHED IN THE IEIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Hove the largest Sole of tny high-grade Tea in the World per Ib. sa Exclusive Agents: Thfe Bentley Company TELEPHONE w Prompt Delivery: M K O Interest to Women NEEDLEWORK NOTES altering a move, the shouldyrj scam to tjiejront. A better ,plan" is to let-it drop backward instead of >A thin silk, or one that frays easily, caii be cut out better-if laid between sh'eets of thin pappr'and pattern- cut through paper and material to- gether. v- collar fining of taffeta should be cat oil', the straight.of and the curv- ed part of the collar wiHhen come on the To strengthen shirt buttonholes, stitch them 'round with cotton after they are fmislipd. They wil then last much -longer, and will not" tear away from the material. It is a good plan to bend steel or whalebone at the waistline when mak- ing a bodice before putting them-into th'e casing? as Hie bodice will thon fit closer to the figure. -After stitching down a .seam -piess with a hot-iron, and it no seambojirc is at- hand it is a .rolling pin, wrapped in "andean cloth will answer the ly as well. J In sewing a materiairbn the bias to a become, stretched. To" avoir this the bias should be placed uivk-r -and it will thens be._.pewii ii evenly. i c v" In making a blouse, too a round must not bejc-.it for the neck a the outset. It to try it or first'and then semicircle in front with a row of cutting i evenly flat surface! ,j x H is often difficult to prevent" Ih pile_ of velvet from hting 'crushed in stitching it and a good is to place a piece of the same, material face downwards oh fingers, resting'on this, will noU flatten the pile. Alwaj's make; the. neck of a blouse slightly smaller than the h-ose ot the collarband and in tacking po- sition it ii fin excellent plan to cut a of excellent ap- earahce may be made of 6rn liiioleum.- Plain linoleum u ibly letter still on the score of good it' interposes an unpatterned the decorations carpet and the wall paper. of floor rt _iii good condi- ion may ba found to serve without ther treatment than staining iiid ilfng. This is very badly lone if by the householder, and t ,is better to employ-a tradesman vhp understands such' work than to achieve an indifferent result by .on efforts. TOO MANY, M. P. P.'S Should Be Cut iif U Siva Monty the new t 'Toionto, Feb. believe, that the representation in, the Provincial Legislature should be and the I' i ov i nee' saved" an mi necessary- expense of a Mr. ;G. Cameron, M P. P. for West Huron. 1 am" not for'the Liberal he said, "but that is own personal opinion. The rwork of the session is really-done by a compara- tively" small number of, the members. On the committees there-are half the members .of the House, ,but the work -is practically done by four or five members." .-Mr. Cameron he might bring the matter Co the atien- thners- don't Rive a curly. i i i i i i i i t i i I I i I I t i i i I i i I i I i i i I i I t i t i 11 I i I I 11 Opportunities Neglected are Lost j down secures i tion of the Legislature present during the r t' r Take cauliflower cooked the ilay jeforc-'and divide into small tuftb, dip in" egg and bread crumbs, or make a J Inter hi proportion egg, two OL flour. Beat the eggs J very lighl before adding" to and flour. the pieces of cauliflowei in and -drop in" very hot fat and, eookna light brown. Serve with gar- nish of parsley. Onions ABOirr DAKS "From, what Dad dl the1 anrl from V'l i. on iocs of thirty cents when Aid. I vcs_ call- Hut do "not remove the outside skin. rcrJ" them, down for. jelme vVrrange them in a baking tin with lout-of the sack Just what the their jackets on. r- When, tender- Know nncl what' they in a. coveredv.shotiUln't is what he -Dad's advisers showed aj commendable of mind and heart in supporting the report of the 'Fire, Water Ught committee' protect ion is a! mvostWieiit an'd Ablings rcturub both, direct Dad order- team to stay right by thw apparatus and the other com will have' to get a do. their work.-l suppose' the next, site squabble will over one for the Tire Street, or not, and "not, "where? That's the qucs- tion7 t w.xs'teUiiig me the other day- thai a woman caine to him and ask- ed him if she could build a house in thcs city. Of told her she could and to" the city engineer about the conditionH asking her why she came to him for permission. "you know we have, been off the uver-bot- tom." "Oh! that's who you said don't v.-ant you 'in the city1 and wo won't have you bete at all.j'j So that's Dad's plat- >r -r foun on subject, and these lad- ies have a pretty straight tip that Uv-s tity cjin hot >1 IMJ their abiding pl.ice. Chief Parry hates them worse than ti-instent 3o with tiif Mayor jund, Chief_of I'olicc dead ag'iin'-t-theni ths'y, a time of- gainiiigla. foothold in the 16 roomed houac, centrally located. same, balance easy. 5 roomed cottage and 2 Bartlctt Street, cash. snap af this figure. U Witt KHC1 Pest Bfte IM': nut 1 Ii11111i 111111 III I III I 1111 i I M 1111 i H 111II11 tliem and .place hothers Dad good UiaVJtc-is'no" different] butter-in 51 from other men _ whose every, rub in a tabksponful of flour and turn comes before public notice with "a ia a halicup of-cream or rich milk, sphish. t_ i Stir and cook "until poiling: "hot, CCZM want -to know about son to with salt and pepper, and 1 the and I guess turn over the onions and served the newspaper fellow kind of "got Baked .Cauliflower newspaper ahead "of Dad and the secretary-trea- surer by. getting ,tho report of the Cut of! thy stem close to" the bottom of the" pick off "the" outer commitlee. Hut Aid. spoiled it i -11------LI .....i njj amj now tjic people hiivc to wait leaves. Wash well in "cold water and let it lie in salt water, for an hour to remove insects. Then Lib in a cheesecloth or salt Jo-j thil-gs prevent itsTgoing pjeccs, and put, j tmies stem downward in a kettle of -soniCtiirM.s on tha advice of a teasponful of salt. Qr othcr Qf thc city or and boiL about" half an Dad's couHcil does some'very good funny things. Some- GENERAL PLOUGHIXG CELLAR DIGGING etc. H hour. .Lift out carefully ami [M into small piecea arid put in n baking j was few notuhos in the" blonscTso 'as iu_ avoid wrinkle whTn the collar is finally stuchexl on. Make a cieam siuice and pour,