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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fi'iflay, January 31,101.3. TVLVl LKTTTBI*Trior, DAILY HERALD Pasrc 1 Hort^isyust'.thft' weather for a, steaming stew; below is jvjst the recipe for one of the finest �tew8,thgt over a good cook made- a teal, good Irish Sttw. '�� Tlie secret of a. successful Irish stew is in" the last few lines of the recipe below, M;\ke the stew as the recipe tells you- don't forget' the Edwards' Soup-and- well, you'll1 be sorry to see tho bottom of tho plate through. \ r MILAD EDITED BY "ino" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 Edwards' Soup im-'parts nourishment, dfrength, flavour, Andcolour-U'sjiiftt is: good for scores 'Of'othor things as It lit Tor Irish stows. ::t!i sliced-h layer of each- uiili wit ami pepper 10 \*\\e. By successive layers half Ml your pjn. Then take four ci\ops-of n=ck of tiiuttun-the scraff end-lay these art the potatoes and onions and fill u# wirh .additional layers of potatoes, onionw etc. as before. Ln oue-and-.vha.lf pints of water boil ono-and - a-half ounces of SDWAKW WHITE VKGET-ABI.E SO UP for thirty minutes i i; add it to the content* of i he stew-I! pan, and simmeraltofethersently for two hours. S ri B E SCOTT �. HARMER -.j. Winnipeg Representatives 'fdr Manitoba, Satk-, archewan and Alberta. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ''Following the example' set by their1 tttcnfolk, many prominent English, so-, ctety women will visit Canada duririg the coming ycar>';Mr. iJames Grant ol � '': � Mr, and Mrs. IV My Grey leave tomorrow for Kentucky, ^ where they will reside in future. m m � ^ Mr. and Mrs.; .1)." J, Hay are entertaining informally at whist this evening.  ,.   In the list of out of town guest.s mentioned in an. account of.the Cran-brooV tennis club dance oh "Wednesday evening appear, the names of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rawortti of this city. V * :;' Mr. and Mrs.., Hewitt, Who have been the guests of their' daughter, Mrs. George'iWhelen, Sixth, Ave., left this morning for; their, home- in Plattsvillc, Ont.' They^viU..visit in Maple Creek and'Winnipeg .en. route. �'  * . . . ,'.,,v Miss Juckes has accepted a position with the Western Canada Agency, f,   '  Mr. and' Mrs. A. Vandewater have returned from a.month's .vacation in the east. "'� "' � .�.�,.�� !A. J. Irving Vill 'address a' devo-tiona'l meeting, "v^Bsley Epworth league on Monday:1 nighl. . Rev.. I)r. ,HaxIewopd,., recently appointed Field SVcretaty of 'Temperance and Mor'aV%ejfo$Ri, will preach i4 Wesley.^ ^|i^.1.,68);.''.'J^}in4ay evening, February 9th arid."M Westmlti-LBgBg^cKOi'eiip iti.?'-,the; 'morning; of: the Westminster House, the spacious home of Mrs. V. W. Dowm.-r, was lit- J orally thronged yesterday ,'ift.ernoou j during the twilight hour;;, (>n the oc- ] casion of the tea given by. the ladies ' of the Relief society. i Mi!. Downer received her visitors s wcarii.g a handsome, gown of black silk nino* over .satin with jet cla'ior-'! atio'11 ami touches of old gold satin", j The. tea table was with a shower of sunshiny daffodils, and Mrs. llillis, gowned in dull purple silk and black uhapcau with white, j osprcy, and Mrs. ('. H. Bowman,.) wearing a smart black and white cos- ; tuuie with hat to match, divided' the honors oF pouring tea and doltce. The assistants were Miss Iligiu-, botham, in green rajah silk with eltiny lace and black velvet hat with marf'jou ; Miss Dixon in pink striped silk colicnne. with crcani lace and black beaver hat with pink rose ; Miss Lumbard, in blue anil white lingerie and black picture hat with white feather bandeau ; and Miss Downer in a dainty lingerie frock. Airs. R. J. Gordon was in charge: of the coffer, which was considerably; enriched by yesterday's event. The guests enjoyed listening to two, fine vocal solos by Miss Lumbard, ;| " who was accompanied by Miss Down-! The communion service and reaper, and pleasing instrumental num- tion of new members, which was to hers by Mrs. Frank Waddington, have been held in Wesley Church while a feumber of victrola selections: next Sunday morning, has been post-were aLso very pleasing. ' j poned, owing^to ttie pastor's unavoidable ahsence in Edmonton. .5, * O O .> ? ' 4 Iloime yesterday, .Mr. \v Uueh *> > nnar, of Medlcln 11 sit, ankoil ? the service be started �> ? Hon. L. P. -Pellet!'.!-, replied as follows: "/nstructlons were issued ? on the 28th to put a nireei. Ict-> ter carrier service; inr0 e;:'.-ra- > > tion at Medicine Hal. it. is not : possible to give the exact, date > on which the .service- will go > draining-, which was plainly evident ternoon. Mrs. Walter Jordan ant}i in each and every one of their num-Miss Orchard ably took the topic,f bers. "Western Women in Eastern Lands.". The following is the program in *  . ! detail, all of which was splendidly rendered : Soiig-"By Allan'Water", Excelsior Male. Voice Choir. Oorpic Song-"Archibald", Mr. F. Waddington. Encore-"It Did Go." Song-"The"Flight of Ages", Miss lean Cameron. ' EWcbre-Old Home Mrs. Rcrnard pleasantly entertained the G. T. E. club last evening. Five tables of euchre were rrVade up, Mrs. Jennings and Miss Margaret-Smith capturing the trophies. The club will meet next week with Misjjj J. U\ Uartlett. Mrs. Hugh Boyd delightf-ujly. entertained twelve friends -at ;a thimble ' affair was due, was composed ot tea. yesterday afternQpn.: A- niusical j Messrs. Gibson,. Standing, Welling^ romance furnished amusement,-, Mrs. j ton, Holberton, Wakelin, Sydal, and * -  � i,r1!'Songs. ' ' ?- The Sons of. England held one "of". Song-"The W7andering Clown", Mr. the most enjoyable whist drives of - 1-1. J. Kilner. Eappte-"The Jolly the season,on Wednesday, evening, m Smiths.!' . ev... their hall. Twenty-two tables were; .Chorus-"Crossing a the Btir", (set: made up, the 'prizps being won hyi ting composed ftjft/Mr. Roberts), gx-Mrs. Kealey, " Mrs. -Redman, MrO-celsior Male VoieeiiChoir. - --,� Holmes and Mr. Andrews, while the) Song - "P'ar Across the Deser.t consolatioiis went to ffis/..(3ableiindrSands", Mr. G. E. Fleming. Encore Mr. Reed. " - 'l -"Where the Abaas Flows." The committee, to whose "eftorts a 1 Song-"When Fsither Laid the Car-large amount of the success Of - .the pet on the Stair," -J>\ Waddington- Encore/- Short recitation, Owen More. � . --:" Scott winning ,the trophy.  Inviting viands were served at'the tea hour, whon the hostess,- \yas - assisted by Jlrs. Ernest ^Jacksoni. .    Mr. and Mrs. Eari Roberts entertained the former's Sunday school class of twenty-two hpys. 011 Wednesday evening. Some time, was spent >n initiating twp'new; members of the class, after, which . games 1 of. various kinds were in order.1 The-serving of dainty refre.shm.euts concluded the pleasant event.;.......... ....... Robins. ***.-.' Although the weather was very stormy and disagreeable, thirty-three ladies were present at the regular meeting of the Magrath Women's Institute held .in. the town hall, on Wednesday 29th, inst. The resignation of the First Vice^ President, Mrs. C. I. Wviman, was read and accepted and a vote of thanks was given her for her work done in the past year, especially f way contributed to the success 0f the helping to arrange the Magrath hooth 'evening. Song- "Asthore", ,Miss Jean, Cameron.  Chorus-"Old Folks at Home", Excelsior Male Voice Choir.  A laughable sketch "Box and Cox" concluded the program, the principal paf ts" being taken as follows : . James Cox-Mr. Louie SWaller. '. John Box-Mr. K. C. Jones.  Mrs. Bouncer-Miss Lillje Lurke. Rev. C. H. Popham in a short address expressed the gratitude of St. Mary's choir to all, who:-had in any GOD AND CHILDEEN OF FRANCE Tf|e! r)ew way-of the Croat.'. -There. - U^now. no reljg|ftua>teaching' In the sohools of France and the gfovylna-'flenfrattorr ft drifting. Into the ways of (nfjdoljty. iWany/school masters are training .the^�.u�ft--jn(n^^,l?4oJ$;AMpori.-Chrlttianlty. as a myth.. In \i\o above- painting which has been published broadcast:-In, Frainoot an-,elottuent'pjeturec of, tjils stat^( of affalrtiIf.gjven. On the left are the little onesj^-a mere handful-who are still, kneeling arid! falthftij jo thplr^falth. Christ Is shown--boarlng his croaa| wltfi'tb^: niob of heretic people fcllowlng and^deHcJIn.^:hlni-^achoolrnastertj parepts, children iaputl Women's Foreign Missionary Society. Incidental to the gathering there will probably occur a merging ot- these two womeij's organizations in one body. . ... In addition to, the ministers and their wives, there -will be takeu "to Toronto, a representative toom every qity congregation country congregation and mission field in � the Dominion from coast to coast. . It is not proposed that any portion: of the cost of this- great-gathering should be impos'-ad- on- the-poorly-paid servants of-the. obureh.; .^?ransporta-j tion- charges for the event wiy amount to $100,000.- -The -plan -is, that, this considerable sum. shopld ibe contributed by small groups of .-principal: �business, men, who ;in rec-ent years-have become^very wealthy Mom the.-great prosperity -of:tha-.eomitrys�They have Ji^en .approaohed. jand. ,a^epted! It 'Jyrjjih, 'the;-' utmost cor'aia-li't^; ThTe; meetings will be"1 heMv;,tov i "Why not?" ,./,. "<\JA? "1 laughed at that last ,stiniinfer." ;' On Saturdays at* 1 The _ Brqwn Betty ' ' the Sign 'iijU' Tea ,UJnst|ir^' ,t. ^t,f'.! 'Across frorn {Rp^'ertsortB JBAA ;