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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1918 THE LETHBUmfW DAILY � �I � � � H lib � �3 ONIGHT usiness clock PHONE 1224 PAGE iELRVENij f 1 He had sent his resignation to the Throne up In the skies. "I'm down and out," the, devil said- he said it with a sob-Hell isn't in it with the land that lies along the Rhine; I'm a lias-been and a Piker and therefore I resign. One ammunition maker, with his bloody shot and shell, Knows more about Damnation, than all the Imps of hell, Give my place to Kaiser Wilhelm, the author of this war; He understands it better a million times by far. I hate to leave the old home, the place 1 love so well, Rut I feel that I'm not up-to-date in the art of running Hell." OTOTOIOTOTO Cough Nearly Gone in 24 Hours Th�t'� >. Resolve This Year That Your Teeth Will 1 Have Better Care Calgary, Jan. 5.-The directorate of the United Farmers of Alberta on Saturday morning- appointed a committee to go into the merits of the new provincial hail insurance scheme proposed by the municipal hail board and this committee will report back to the convention to be held the latter part of this month. The hail insurance board members attended the meeting of the directors of the U. F. A. during the Saturday morning session and went further into the details pi the plan, which proposes to make compulsory hail insurance province-wide, but not compulsory with regard to lauds not under crops damageable by hail. MAKE up your mind now, and then phone, call or write us for an appointment. We offer a dental service through either of our three offices, which is second to none in this province or elsewhere. i OU will find as that our moderate well within your charges reach and timid nervous persona who entrust us with their dental work 4 need no longer shrink in dread from a dental operation. Thousands of our satisfied''patients testify to the fact that- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART Loudon, Jan. ii.-Throughout London today lines of persons desirous to buy eagerly competed for the limited supply of meat which the retailers were able to secure. Many shops, especially in the west end, did not open, as they had no meat to offer for sale. Others had laid in stocks of rabbits which found a ready sale at 75 cents to a dollar each. Smithfield market, except for a few scraps, was bare and many large wholesalers reported a total absence of supplies. / Kxlraordinary scenes were witnessed at the Smithfield market early this morning. Hundreds of butchers drove up in carts and motors and competed for the limited supply of beef and mutton. ' There were free frights in many places and the wholesalers had to suspend business owing to the press for supplies, which wore 4* per cent, less than the demand. Drs. runer, kfrards and Nelson Oii BIk-, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge \ LETHBRIDGE, ALB*ERTA "* CALGARY OFFICE-115 A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Tho war office remarks that when an off'cer or man is reported missing, often the speediest way to obtain do-tails of the circumstances in which the casualty occurred is to write to a comrade or the officer commanding the unit. Sho*M the person con cerned be a prisoner of war, ft is usual i for his relatives to hear from him ' before tho enemy authorities notify t*f War office " Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis of Toronto, visited Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0. Redman, on route for Vancouver. * * * The Art Needlework club will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Williamson on 9th St. 9. *  m The Junior Mission Band of Wesley church will meet at :i,30 instead of 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. J. Morgan and ,1. K.. Hodgson have been attending a meeting of school inspectors at Edmonton Miss Fisher, who hat* been a holiday gueHt at the home of Miss Helen* Mc-killop, returned to her home in Fernie today. * * � Mr. Brymner left last night for Montreal for Several weeks, and Mrs. Brymner is visiting in Cranbrook during his absence. ! ... Miss Kathleen Mason left the city this afternoon for Coalhurat, having accepted a position as teacher in that district. p The Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 have isBue/1 invitations for their first dance to be given this season on Jan. 14th, in the K. of P. hall. * * * Mrs. Robert Hudgeon and family of Delia, Alta., and her brother Herbert, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Robert Needs, Jr. Miss May Hudgeon also accompanied them. Mrs. Hudgeon and Miss Hudgeon arc en route for Denver, Coio., to spend the winter.    Mrs. David Mitchell had a few friends in for a pleasant game of bridge last evening in courtesy to Mrs. Peacock, of Lethbridge, who Is a visitor in the city, also Mr. and Mrs. Morley Bell who are leaving shortly to spend the whiter months in California. Mrs. Peacock won the lady's prize and Mr. Bell held highest score for the gentleman's prize, tho consolation coming to Miss Qulnlan.-Medicine Hat News.  *  The annual meeting of Knox church Ladles' Aid was held yesterday afternoon with a good attendance. The annual reports were read and the following officers were elected: Honorary vice-president, Mrs. Denoon; president, Mrs. R. R. Davidson; 1st vice-president, Mrs. Fairfield; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Heffey; secretary. Mrs. J. S. Kirkham; treasurer.Mrs. Nichols; executive, Mrs. SioUz, convenor, Mes-dames Henderson, McICillop, A.-B. Stafford, A. M. Marshall, ,Terrill, Hicksjj J. Robertson and D. F. Williamson.  * * HART-PHASER At Washington Ave. Methodist parsonage, Medicine Hat, on Wednesday, January 2nd, .John Henry Hart, of Purple Springs, and Elizabeth Fraser, of Taber, were united in marriage, the ftev. A. D. Richard officiating. , LAYCOCK-FAUNCB The marriage is announced of Mr. John A. Laycock and May me M. Faunce. The ceremony took place at Minneapolis. Minn., on Thursday, December 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Laycock will be at home after March 15th, Lethbridge. *   STRONACH-COMBES A quiot wedding took place oh New Year's Eve at St. Cyprian's church, between* Mr. John Stronach and Miss Violet Combes. The.ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon McMillan. The bride was attended by.her sister, Miss Ida Combes, while the groom was supported by his brother, Mr. Dawson. The bride looked very dainty in a dress of Alice blue crepe de chine and carried a bouquet of white carnations and narcissus. The happy couple will reside at the Victoria Mansions. * *  SPARROW-MADDEN A quiet wedding took place in Cran-brook Tuesday, Jan. 1st, when Hazel J. Madden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Thos. Madden, of Lundbreckf became the bride of Oscar J. Sparrow, of Fernie. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Hillis Wright, pastor of the Presbyterian church. After a short honeymoon to Spokane, tho young couple intend making their home in Fernie, where Mr. Sparrow is. employed as salesman for the Western Canada Wholesale Grocery Co., Ltd. WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY Breakfast; Cheese Omelet, Toast, Marmalade, Coffee. Dinner: Roast Mutton, Potatoes, Green Peas, Lemon Pudding. Tea: Fruit Salad, Bread, Oatmeal, Macaroons, Tea. The recipes for Cheese Omelet and Oatmeal Macaroons, mentioned above, are as follows: 1 egg, 1 tablespoon cold water, 1 tuhleypoon Jat, 2 tablespoons grated cheese. Put the fat in a pan, and heat Beat the egg, and add cold water, and salt and peeper to taste. Pour the egg into the saucepan and cook until nearly set. Then add the cheese, fold over Immediately and remove from the fire. As soon aB the cheese Is1*melted, remove the omelet from the. pan and serve. The heat of the cooked omelet should melt the cheese. If it is left any longer it becomes tough and Indigestible. > Oatmeal Macaroons-1^ cups rolled oats, 1 egg, Vj cup sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, pinch of salt. Beat the egg; add the sugar and salt. Mix the baking powder with the oatmeal, and add the oatmeal to tho egg, sugar, etc. Stir thoroughly, and drop by tcaspoonfuls into a greased pan, leav* ing room to spread. Cook in a fairly hot oven until done. # * *  WAR MENU FOR MONDAY Breakfast: Oatmeal Porridge, Brown Bread Toast, Tea pr Coffee. Dinner: Meat Balls, Boiled Rice, Creamed Onions, Baked Apples, . - 4 \ 'f ' Ii 9 to: ui - 4 4 hi I veiling * p ft" N RESPONSE to an unanimous expression .c^reerrei-xti V J: * * *1. it � 4 ilege may still be enjoyed, and the public, can .now>rely upon same efficient service that has always characterized this store mc lud to B4n h - r -v v.: r ( _ i t - * ' P 1 *. � is; strictly cbrhpH^d with; and of even more importance, none-of nour ep t to )^lbyees'.ar5;^e? )ur,s,Aetc., wHidt Whilst this cGi|fSe-ttctturally.; involves 4 �ji..\''.'.M ditional expense and inconvenience tdu^,^^eeLassume);thai tKe?^'" appreciation ot our customers on thejnean� we have taken 'to-mfeet^-v ^ their wishes will recompense us tor such So please note that all may still utilte . a � ..v.. . ortly availabl mafty,.vtb do th^ir shopping;, and 1L that without fear of inflicting any loss or mjustic'^ t6 any of our 6ifn-" ployees. 4 + � ?^To avoid any appearance of taking of our competitors whd have advertised to c j � (4 1 J : i Supper: Bread and Butter, Ste\ved,. Prunes, Gingerbread, Tea. The reeip^for,Gingerbread, mentioned above, is as follows: 1 cup mplass-es, V� cup bojJing water/2M cups flour, 1 teaspoon safla, 1^ teaspoons-ginger, \u teaspoon ..salt, 4 tablespoons, butter substitute. Add water to molasses. 4 Mix and sift dry ingredients, combine mixtures,: and butter and beat vigorously.  Pour into a buttered shallow; pan. and bake twenty-five minutes.in a. moderate oven.    $ ^ 4> 4> 4> 4} * * > * ? RED CROSS NOTES �> ? *i* ? ? ? ? * Remember the horrors of war-torn Europe, and think of the safety and cSmfort here-then enlist at once in-the work of the Red Cross. The whole of France is making unheard of sacrifices to save the nation. Poor little Belgium is a wreck. Serbia is now but a name' in history. What has been said of France applies equally:to Italy, Rumania and Rnssian Poland. Europe has been a scene of untold suffering and grief for Aroe years. The Red Cross is "over trnere" now performing a labor of mercy and paying a debt of fellowship on a ecale never before known. But it must have our help in order to carry on its vast enterprise in the name of humanity. Every man, t woman and child in this community ) ought to belong to the Rod Cross. \    � REPORT FOR THE GALT HOSPITAL FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1917, lieges ^^ncoHver.;.,. -Island y -ijfrp..s broken during 1917T �wtljen-;the, aggreg; cH'eascit.of ,205*474, fcofls^over .dUe?..fl[lij. OiiipMt, ^1,72,^05, JtOfltJll 9Xf#0B o( tbfrj, $.M0 figures,. wi*ichl-\�*ow^d\is j Owing'to^ttie Bffn^Hvoutt^; irl'ltWci^at- \iotoria, Bi C records for'coal production UywAheie&h' and" treatments in oiitdboi;rdM^tm'e'fiK The hospital wishes %*ackn*o^flfedger with thanks..the foliowingVucmatlohs received auring the. month: Magazines, Mrs. kesler Wd.Mr. Alix."Kar-' ron; 12 turkeys, a firlend'^-'i' .tjii^y,, ter field, the production 'fhgrer'wi!V sacks of potatoes,,and 1'- Ir�Jt,v*ca'ke', Mr. 'MaefCay; 1 Iteg of cidqrV'C^p^i in djaps. Toys, for children and % irusiees qx ttospiuii l^wJ goldfish and globe,t)iW.^ & Co. (SgdJ E. A:^rct%tj^.ta^ Superintendent/. , ' ^ 4 ^ F L 1 - t * 4 t Number of patients in. hospital beginning of month, 48; admittances during month, 92; transients admitted during the month, 1; total 141. Number of patients discharged dur-ng month, 92; deaths during month, 5; number of patients hf hospital- at mid of month, 43: transients discharged during month, 1; total, 141. Lowest number during month, 39; highest number during month, 57; laily average during month, 47.5. '* Number of hospital days for private i 'jatients, 363; number of hospital days 'or ward patients (free), JGG; number of hospital, days for ward pat-outs (paying), 9,40; total number,.of. hospltaj days for the month, 14G9. Number of operations under general inaesthesla, 42; number of operat-'hns under local or no anaestliesla, 13; lumber, of patients treated in outdoor. ft ,1 ' h 4 p" . * * 1 5-, ' X' >r fr 1 L \ $1.00 �"ft. t yi i H'f* These may be' pro^u'reifl�r'6rW the two Chapters of trie'I,-6. ..0...E.�' ' !jK ,the r^wKt-of-Kin anri;th#: Veterans/' :� 3005 5611 ;