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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, JULY 0, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILTT HERALD PAGE NINE FIGHTING THE FOOD SHORTAGE New Industries From Vegetable Fats C. P. R. Working/Out A Solution THE serldueneae of the food situation throughout tho world has been frequently emphasized by the press and no one disputes the Tact thai the world feemli steadily inarching toward a period ot aturratlon. Eflorfc ere being made In all civilized couoftrtea along dlCerent lines to avert mien a disaster and to devise means, of overcoming a situation created by tha war. i There havo hcen food arlsis In nearly every great |war, and these havo frequently glvon rise to new processes ot sufficient m�rit to be coatfsmed tn peace times,, as for example, th� manufacture 'of sugar from sugar bonis, and the substitution ot regatafclo for animal fats at;' In oleomargarine. Oleomargarine lias hem under discussion In Canada for some time and needs no further oommcnt, except perhaps to point out that under th�i present regulations prohibiting the manufacture of this material there are undoubtedly many la t.ha Dominion who are net getting tin; fnts requisite for the proper maintenance of the body, because they are unable to purchase thin fat at the1 present price ot butter. In many countries wh�r� oleomargarine has been used for years a lmrger and over larger percentage ot vegetable fat Is being substituted, for the animal fat, and the day seems not far whori liydrogenntcd vegetable oils may entirely replace mi I mill fats for certain food purposes. Arthur I). Little, Limited, the organlfatlon of onftl>-tlral chemists which on the Instigation of Lord SMiauph-unsay has been making an exhaustive atttdy of Canadian natural resources have been Investigating the utilization ot vegetable fal In materials which hava proven satisfactory substitutes tor cream for all purposes excepting butter malting and where whipped cream is required. The material is especially adapted to the manufacture of Ire cream and can he produced much cheaper than cow'b cream, a quantity of which through tbe use of such a substitute may bo in ado available for other food purposes. Dry milk, white n very Important article of com.) mercn, is Itnowu chiefly to bakers, hotels and Ice crwira manufacturers. A good product is now being manufactured. In Ontario, but recognising the advisablUty of establishing drying plants in smaller unite and of a size, that could be supported by tho local community, work Is being carried on with this requirement In mind. Tho Installation ot such plants would make it possible for dairymen to find a constant market, although they might he located at a distance bo great from large centres of ,population as to make It impossible to sell liquid milk. For example. In Alberta tho dairy Industry is growing; end would undoubtedly develop to a wonderful extent if drying plants requiring small amounts of capital could he established. i The same Is truo of vegetables, and mired farming would bo encouraged in the west if tho farmer had a 'home market for his produce. Milk is 85% water, and many vegetnblos run as high or oven higher In their moisture content. They are perishable, require special handling, and a large portion of tbe crop it compacted of elzes toe small to market. Thorn are objections to the drying processes now employed and It Is important, to perfpet a method of drying vegetables and yet leavo 'them fresh. Such material when placed In warm water * FOR DRIVING HORSES ? � > * > ? " V. Load lightly and drive slowly* 2- Stop in the shade if possible. ; 3. Water your horse m| often as Possible. 5)o longiis a hoijsM is work- '{ng, water.(in .snmtt'.quantitlu will not hurt him; But let him drink only a 'few swallpwsif he is going to stand, fttill, .Do, not fall to water him at night after he lias oaten 1i!h hay. 4. When ho comes in after work, sponge) off tlto harness marks and sweat, his eyea, his nose and mouth, und the dock. Wash bis foot but not his legs, fi, If the thermomotor is 75 degrees r higher, wipe hiin nil over with a tamp Hpongo, using vinegar water If possible. i)o not wash the homo at Crowd To-morrow WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRE8S THIS MORNING A BELATED SHIPMENT OF ABOUT TWO DOZEN REAL SMART SUMMER DRESSES. THEY WERE ORDERED FOR THE HOLIDAY (DOMINION DAY) BUT RATHER THAN RETURN THEM TO THE MAKERS, WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLEAR OU THE LOT TOMORROW AT ACTUAL FACTORY PRICES. Ten Only White Voile Dresses All brand new merchandise, clovorly designed and. well made. Dresses you would willingly pay from $15.00 to $25.00 for. The materials are shaer voiles. Some with olnborate tlouncings tinted In Nile greqn and maize. 9.75 13.QO 16,50 Novelty Sport Coat Dresses If you are looking for "something different" In the way of novelty dresses, see theso now coat style dresses. Made from Palm Beach and gaberdine cloths, with their large dice and moon patterns. 1Q.5Q and 12,50 Regular and Outsize House Dresses No matter what sizo you requiro from 36 up to the outsize 48, you will find it in this the largest stock of house dresses In the city. Materials aro percales, prints and ginghams. 18 different styles. 95c 1.25 1.50 1.75 200 Brand New Voile Waists These waists were sent to us by the largest manufacturer of high grade voilo and silk waists in Canada. Fancy striped voiles with large colored collars, hand embroidored voile waists, also Russian blouse styles. ,$1.75 up to $6.00 Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists White Habutai Silk Waists with largo colored silk collars, embrold- . ered crepe de chene waists, fancy georgette in sport designs. Plain georgettes in all colors. $3.95 to $11.50 Middy Waists of Every Kind No matter what kind of a middy yon are thinking; about for tho holiday sport, you should find it amongst the 20 different styles we have on display. Styles for girU, latoses, and women in all sizes. 90c up to $3.95 CHOICE VEAL, GRAIN-FED PORK, PRIME STEER BEEF EXTRA FINE COOKED MEATS Delanys Meat Co. Hundreds of Wash Skirts White Repp, Pique and Corduroy Skirte from $1.25 up to EC in regular and outsiiea. Fancy stripe* and C CA fii>o'�t designs from $2.50 to .................... V.SJV Fancy Silk Stockings 75c to $2.50 The largest stock of hosiery in th. city will be found at Rylands. GLOVE SILK HOSIERY. O Of* At, a pair...................................... PURE1 THREAD SILK. Black, grey or white, with 1 embroidered clock* at, pair .................... l.fv PLAIN PURE SILK HOSE. Ribbed tope. Black, | n(* white, grey. Palm Beach, pongee, bronze at, pair l*�v FANCY STRIPES of all kinds at J QQ Novelty Neckwear at Reduced Prices 200 sample pieces of dainty georgette and crepe de chene neckwear. There are no two colors alike. A range that represents over 250 different styles. Bought at HALF PRICK, and sold to you at HALF PRICE, Phone 452 Silk Gloves Niagara Maid and Queen Quality Silk Gloves. White In all sizes .Blacks 6 to 6^4 only. While they last a pair.............. 75c Boys' Wash Suits Buster Brown style*. Mate from materials that are guaranteed absolutely fist colors. Slses 3 to 7 years. n aa Prices $1.50, $1.75 and 6*UU Silk and Palm Beach Suits Just the garment to wear away on your holiday trip, Palm Beach Suits are greatly in vogue, particularly Tn the larger citios. $15.00 to $18.00. A few $25.00, $30.00 silk suits left for $19.00, and some sport silk suits at $20.00, $25.00 and $35.00. All exclusive models. Rylands & Co 20 ;