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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TO1S THE LETMBWDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE NlNtt MILADI UOVINO A 4 4 4 4 Loving a child la key To Heavonfl Loving a child and giving It this is Loving a child brings pain And is lifes greatest Loving a child Is knowing Tho fierce joy of sowing That shall cause mighty LOvIng a child is And and praying there Is no Loving a clilld is being A part of and seeing The world ones hand Be and grow To ones Even Loving a child Is key To every Loving a child is laughter And heartache Heartache and grief and pain But always Joy Mary Caroline upending the Calgary and Connor and have loft for the Southard of Calgary Is in the jo gone until the last of Edmonton N George McLean Is a Lnthbrldgo visitor in Allison and family of Sufueld are the guests of ff PERSONAL and Liscombe are mmmmmmrnHmmmmm Kirkbys Special For Thursday MADEIRA CAKE Regular Price 35c 2Oc Made according to Government Kirkby 606 3rd Phone 1627 Marguerite of the has loft for Quo bee and other Eastern and will and Russell Oliver and family leave today to spend a holiday at the and Arthur Barnsley and family and Canning returned to day from where they have spent several Frank Samson and son and Tom Lomas motored to Spring Coules and spent the weekend at the home of and Tait After a short visit the party will leave by motor for Waterton CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with 538 12th Street C north on Thursday afternoon for Red Cross The ladies aid of the United church intend holding a refreshment booth at the Stampede and will serve meals during the A congregational meeting will be held in the United Church Hall to night at S Members and ad herents are urged to be The Big Sisters of Knox church left yesterday on a camping trip to Wat erton Tha two patrols of Cyprians Boy Scouts and the Girl Guides and some of the choir are leaving this at ternoon on a camping trip at the is land at the river they will be there until the end of the In the Interests of the John Am bulance the Sir Alexander Gait O has asked Lucas of Edmonton to speak in the on July j IStli at S Every woman inter osted in the work and those who in i tend taking it up in the fall are cor dially inVited to As so many members of the chapter are out of town on holidays thope who are here are urgently asked to In 1878 Johns Ambulance Association was founded In England for the purpose or giving first aid to persons Injured In accidents on railways or In occupations In civil and a branch wan formed in Canada in The present grand prior Is the Duke of and tho Duke of Devon Hhlro is tho patron of the Ambulance Association in Instruction Is given In first elementary hygieno and sanitation tho manufac ture and distribution of ambulance materials organization of ambulance Invulld transport corps nurs ing Tho ladies kald of the Baptist church will not hold their monthly meetings during the months of July arid M Pleading for missionaries o hell in CooperRobinson himself a missionary of MidJapan gave a splendid address last night in Augustins hall on Japan whicl was Illustrated with The speaker explained very clearly the work of the Canadian church whicl IS greatly handicapped by the lack there being only 21 missionaries of the English churcl to serve SOCIAL EVENTS NO WORK FOR Ml MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is still good bread and conforms strictly to regulations Ask your grocer or phone 1175 and driver will EVERY EVENING DURING THE STAMPEDE GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD FLOOR hero was no placo like Camp Do 3rop In ftnd retttrned f who was OB lils way to Waterton Lakes paid a visit to the camp NUR9MV AT To tho mothers of tHO children do not away from tho Letumldge fair and stampede this your because you do not know what to do with Come to the fair ami bring baby Turn him or over to tho Rotary Club nnd you may limn go the grounds with nmruitmco that the child will bo well looked The fair management lias se curod the Rotary Club to arrange for the childrens day nurseij which will ho located under the The Kotarians In turn have sornrod as sistance of a trained mirae and 24 young ladles of the Girls Auxiliary of tho to take charge of tho nursery and the babies nnd little children on the grounds may he taken there where they will hn pro perly taken care Of and All kinds of and toys are provided their anil they will be just happy playing together as you will bo looking over the fair ex hibits and watching this This Is a new feature of tho Loth bridge to look after ihe comfort of visitors anfl IB sure to be appre WOMEN IN On Monday night about twenty mem bers of the United Adult Bible clas made a surprise visit to the home o and 708 12th stree A who are leaving the city fo Songs were rendered b Holt an Knowles recitations by Har rison and Ford and addresses by Westcott and atter which a present was given to Roberts as a token of good fellowship by Olander and The secretary of the read a letter signed by the and the teach expressing the good wishes of the Refreshments wero served by Olan Holt and Before the guests left Byrum offered a prayer and the God be With You till we Meet was CAMPFIRE NEWS Friday dawned dark and dreary at Do Drop in On account of the the cooks served a cafeteria In the afternoon several car loads of visitors surprised the camp and in the evening all indulged in which was followed by an interesting game of basket ball among the Saturday morning all went on a five mile Some of the girls tobog ganed down a steep minus the coming to a sudden stop at the In the evening more company bringing with them two gallons of ice much to the delight of the At 12 a singing and eating contest was held between the Night Walkers Lodge and the Devils Sunday passed quietly with a good attendance at Sunday school on the river In the afternoon four Boy Scouts arrived on Bicycles and spent the remainder of the day with was housecleaning and wash day at Between the noise and cleaning our mascot Sandy got disgusted and started for Ha didnt get far he decided Why Blame the Good for the Bad ECAUSE slum milk Will not nourish a baby has nothing to do With milk fresh from a registered BECAUSE coffee deveiopj a bitter aM is not Has nothing tooiotfith SEAL BRAND COFFEE Seal Brand is coffee that has been selected from the worlds best plantations coffee roasted and blended those who a life time to the study of If like a cup of GOOD to Seal In 2 pounJ tKe or fine ground fcr ffyou want It ltnou Ma hue tetnt a Jill cup of wiltt fat our PERFECT COFFEE PERFECTLY m CHASE A MONTREAL Women are now to bo employed In all the royal air force units in Toron Hamilton and Deser They will be engaged as civilian subordinates In exactly the way as are the large number an present employed at the headquarters at Tor In all cases they will be en gaged direct by the officers com manding units and siiot through cen tral Service is termin able by one weeks notice on either and lady superintendents to look after the welfare and condition of all women employed will be The rates of pay per week range as follows to steno to telephone oper to officers wait messing provided to store to superinten to workers in all trades to to All women will be engaged at the lowest rate of pay for their particular They will gain the higher rates by promotion ff WHEAT FLOUR SUBSTI The Dominion Food Board has is sued orders making the use sub stitutes for wheat flour The order defines as substitute for wheat pure and wholesome buck tapioca or rolled corn corn corn rye or any mixture of same and Pour pounds of potatoes will be considered equivalent to one pound of The order provides that on and after July and public eating places in making any bakery product in which the use of substitutes in certain definite pro portions is not prescribed by previous orders of the Food must use one pound of substitutes for every nine pounds of standard wheat persons baking for private consumption any product in which white or standard flour Is must not use Iqss than one pound of sub stitutes to every nine pounds of white or standard wheat On and after July this propor so far as places east of Arthur are must be in creased to one pound of substitutes to every four pounds of or stan dard wheat i HOMEMADE REFRIGERATOR Where ice is not obtainable an ice less will be a useful food keeper and food saver this Maintaining a low tem perature through tho evaporation of water from its canvas the ice leas refrigerator will keep fruits and vegetables cool and will ex tend the period for keeping milk and It can also serve as a cooler for drinking This is the way make it A wooden frame is made with di mensions 42 by 16 by 14 inches and covered with screen preferably the rustless which costs little more than the ordinary Tho door is made to fit and is mounted on brass nnd cau be fastened with a Tho bottom Is fitted but the top should be covered with screen Adjustable shelves can be made of solid wood or or sheets of galvanised Shelves made of poultry netting on light wooden frames are probably the most These shelves rest on Side braces placed ut desired Inter A bread baking by 16 is plaoed on the top and the frame rests in a 17 by IS inch All the the and the pans should receive two coats of paint and ono or two coats of white This makes an attract ive surface and one that can be easily kept Tho screen wire also may receive the coats of which will prevent it from A cover of canton or is made to fit the Put the smooth side out if cintofi flannel is wjll require ftftput 3 yards at This cover is buttoned around top of the frame and down be OH I fe door RECIPE Keep on hind a syrup made up of one cup of FRYS one cup of one cup of wtrm Stir until Then boll for 5 and add one half teaapoonful of Vanilla To allow two tablespoonfuls of thin syrup to with a tittle chopped Ice and fill with cold Stir Try Ihit Jelighlfal FRY Youll want it using buggy hooka and eyes or large headed tacks and eyelets worked in the On the front side arrange the hooks on the top of the door instead of on the frame and also fasten the cover down the latch side of the allowing a wide hem of the material to overlap the place where the door The door can then be opened without unbuttoning ths The bottom of the cover should extend down into the lower Four double which taper 8 or 10 inches in are sewed to the upper part of the These stripe form wicks that dip over into the upper The dimensions given make a refri gerator of very convenient size for household use and one with efficient evaporating but it is not nec essary to follow strictly these dimen If a larger capacity is the height of the refrigerator can be In homee where large quantities of milk and butter are kept it would be well to have one refrigerator for milk and butter and another for other foods as milk and butter readily absorb odors from other It costs very little to build the refrigerator and nothing to operate The operation is as simple as the The upper pan should be kept filled with The water is drawn by capil lary attraction through the wicks and saturates the Ae evaporation takes is taken from the in side of the thereby low ering the temperature of the inside and the Capillary action starts more readily if the cover is first dampened by dipping it in water or throwing water upon The greater the rate of evaporation the lower the temperature which can be secured the refrigerator works best when rapid evaporation takes When the refrigerator ie placed in a shady place in a strong breeze and the air is warm and evaporation takes place continuously and rapidly and the temperature inside the refri gerator is Under ideal condi tions the temperature has been known to be reduced to 50 degrees When it is damp and the uir is full of mois ture the refrigerator will not work as since there is not enough eva More water will find its way to the lower but it will be drawn up into the covering by capillary at traction when the air again becomes The refrigerator should be regular ly cleaned and If the frame and pans are white en ameled they can be more easly kept in a sanitary It is well to have two so that a fresh one can be used eaqh week and the one washed and VILLA FOLLOWERS July under Martin Lopez at tacked the railway station at Hor twenty south of Chihuahua City last killing the lieutenant colonel com manding and seventy of the Fed eral troops encamped They hanged the station matter and burned the according to who arrived July Labor de partment reports that the loss of time on account of industrial disputes dur ing June was less than in and much less than m There weit In existence during the nonth 28 affecting working persons and involving a total loss of working as compared with 37 strikes persons and working days in Jday and 27 persons and working days in PROTEST July Several hundred Americans residing here have decided to send a petition to the United States congress against the double Income tax they are now called upon to These Americans receive their In come exclusively in Canada and are called upon to pay both Unit ed States and Canadian MOONEY AWAITS HIS EXECUTION San July or der committing Thomas Mooney to Quentin penitentiary to await execution there on August was given the sheriff here today by Superior Court Judge before whom Moo ney was convicted of murder In connection with a day bomb explosion Moo ney was granted until tomorrow to arrange his i ARE GETTING OUT MUCH LUMBEk Prince July are three Hundred men logging at Cumshewa Queen and since April when operations started more than Uvelve million feet nf air plane spruce have been Of this two one with six hundred thousand feet and the other with eight hundred thousand feet have been sent to the nills while week there were two more raftswait ing for each of which contained ono million feet of Her Last Good Bye to Corns Wi HEN a woman once buys her com troubles end for She will try one on a The pain will stop The corn will soon She will know then that corns are And every corn thereafter will be ended before it fairly Never again will she and never use harsh She will new wear corn Nor again will she let a corn spoil one joyful Bluejay is keeping millions of women entirely free from The way modern and It will keep you free if yon let Prove this on one corn tonight You will laugh at a corn after Corn Plasters Stop Pain liutuntly End Corns ComploteV IAUEK A W hjM Nnr Ttmto ;