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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 20. lOlS PAGE FIFT(iEN � > * > ? .  Mr. and Mrs. George Staples and family have taken a cottage at Banff. � � * Mr. J. D. Baskervillc, JI. P. P. tor Emerson district. Manitoba, accompanied by his wife and daughter Cynthia, is visiting at the homo of his brother, Mr. J. J. BaskorviUe. M * * Miss Dona Murray who has boon attending MacDonald Institute at Guelph has boon successful in passing the Junior Associate class examlua-tiona. m m m Mrs. P. O. Lawson of Maeleod is visiting her cousin, Mrs. H. Warman durng the stampede.' m m m .Mrs. Nlblock of Victoria arrived this afternoon to make au oxtendod visit with her sister, Mrs. C. F. P. Cony-beare.   � Mrs. Prank Sampson and son, accompanied l)y Mrs. Tom Lomas, havQ left Watcrton Lakes (o spend a brief holiday at Kipp. Jlrs. Sampson expects to return to the city next vvoek. ' � m m m Mayor Hardio hns returns'! frohi Victoria, B.C. Mrs. Hardie, who has' boon on a visit to Toronto, New York and Minneapolis returned to the city this week. : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : : � � : SOCIAL EVENTS t At the home of Mrs. U. T!, Mordon, Fifth Avenue north, a very jilHiisant surprise party was giviii l.isl night to Mrs. H. S. Smith, who wi;li .\Ir.; amitii is leaving shortly tor Chinook, Alia., whero Mr. Smith is opfriinir a saddlery store. After sorao tiioiully intercourse, Mrs. George Divoii on behalf of tlioso present In a ffw appropriate words presented Mrs. Smilli with a clock and a piece of chhia. .Mrs. Smith replying suitably. Unn'icKhmcnts were then served, and ili" party of some thi?ty friends spent the rest of the ('voning on work tor Uu> Rebekah bazaar. m m m Last night Miss Etliol Allen of 707 12th St. A' north, revived a very plea;mnt surprise when lior Sunday school teacher. Miss M.iry Hiulcman and class and a tew > : .;. >^ WEDDINGS ? ? ? : AU ladies tagging ^or the Daughters of tho Empire at .the Stampede will procure their passes and bjidgea from a member of tho committee at Mr. Mitchell's residence. (Entrance to grounds). m m - The Art Noodle Work Class will meet with Mrs. D. S. Williamson, 530 Sixth St., Monday afternoon. -yered the call--pt duty as proudly as their hvothors fbr the maguiticont sum ot a shilling a day. Mrs. Lucas gave some � Interesting facts of what the girls o( Edmotiton have accomplishod. Thoy purdhaaed an automobile which sis' at 'tho.disposal of the returned soldier. The girls take turns as drivers, Thay t9o)c charge of the hospital at the fair, 51 cases being passed through their hands of which nine were broken or fractured bones. They also paid tho too of one soldier taking technical work in Edmonton. / � MlGs Bawden moved a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Lucas, remarking i that sucli a high standard had boon sot by Edmonton, LothbridBO would have to work hard to surpass It. Tho vote of thanks was seconded by Miss L. Woods. Tho following officers were elected; dlvlaloniil surgeon, Dr. G. W. j Leech, lady divisional supoflntendent, MIsB Bav,'d|on; divisional socretary. Miss Evolyn Buchanan; dlvlaional Inspector of stores, Mrs. Ilospey; divisional treasurer, Mlsa L. Woods. Tho headcinarjera of the division will be the'clty hall. Lectures and claases wlU bo held on tho 1st nnd 3rd Wednesdays ot each month. Tho unotlng was closed by singing tho nattCSal au-them, �  . � � The following letter has been re-eolvod by Amelia Wakelin acknowledging, a pailr %- ; * ri> '' � *  WAR RECIPES. : : : : ? The following tested ^recipes tor war time bread will no doubt be welcome to the iiousov.-ife who is trying to follow the orders of the food! board. , Brown Bread. 2 cups standard flour, �! cups whole Wheat flour, 1 tea spoon salt, % cup molasses. 4 cups buttermilk. Beat all together, pour into greased pans and bake in slow oven 2 hours. This makes one loaf iu bread pan and one shiall lonf. Date Bread. % package datp.s, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 cup water, 1 tablespoon shortening, 3^, cup brown sugar, % teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 cup fine oatmeal (scant), 1 cup whole wheat ^flour. Clean and cut dates in small pieces, add soda and boiling water, when hike warm add ehortcnlng, -when cold add remainder of ingfedients. Pour in greased pans. Bake 60 to GO minutes In slow oven. GE S APOLOSETIC iW Trying to Make Excuses For The Obvious Failure of Offensive Amsteraani, July � 20.-(Cable to Toronto Mall nnd Empire).--The iuit-lal failure ot the Gorman offensive is all too obvious to the Gorinaii people. 'I'ho Gorman press is consoquontly on the dofensivo, showing no trace ot the jubilation tluU marked earlier offensives. Editorial comment and export crltlclBms are confined to_ elaborate explanations i-.s to why theoporat-ions must bo regarded as a success" why tho success could not bo greater? The whrlo t6r.o oli tho press is dls tinctly apologetic. Thus tho Cologne Gazette commont: "With all their means tho French seek to create the Impression that Foch has succeeded in stopping the German offensive. Wo must expect such capital will ho made out of our oporatlons. It therofoire appears to be point out that every ot-tonslve, iB limited to a certain period ot time, at tho end ot which It comes to an end. This la an element of weakness in point of all offensives aral which every army leader must take Into his calculations. , "And since the plans are the secret ot a very small circle ot Insiders, it may be yonrs before it becomos known whothor the offensive obtained its objective or not. From this viewpoint We must judge events ba tho Murno and 111' tho Champagnd. They have brought tho enemy hoavy, losaes and cost thouBands ,ut prlaoi^erti and uf.socks she knitted, a, grounit ot stratcElc It la oncouruglue to tho chlldroii whb Jimportance."^ . ,v- . . ^.pcnmd ofcfusjop^pi joupa/if ati Jncme/i it/c^idd ycru /O^waA tazon a cJvejOp tea 'vmicfi udit moAzpQ/ihap6 /SO oup^ tothe pcnmd and y up to $150.00. Axmlnster Carpets, from $1-7.50 to $65.00. �> Brussels Carpets, from $14.75 to $42.50. Stair Carpet of all makes, 22JA inches and 27 inches wide, from 50c to $4.25. Kitchen Cabinets The groat labor savers. Be sure and- ace theae. BaWden's Price, From $22.50 up to $60. Citiizen's Day Thursday, Store Closes 1.00 p.m. 8-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE 5'umed elm consisting ot 48 inch buffet with plate glass mirrors; round pedestal table; 45 Inch top, extending to six feet, six chalra with pad seats. Bavwden's Price....... 70.00 HEAVY SCOTCH PRINTED LINOLEUM The kind that wears well. $1.85 to Lineal Yard . ..................<.... 2.50 FLOOR OILCLOTH Tn floral mattiing and conventional �� f-n designs. Lineal yard.................... 1.9v IVORY BEDROOM SUITE Large dresser with mirror. Dressing fable with triplicate mirrors; bed, hair dressing chair, and rocker. A beautiful suite at a moderate qq figure. Bawden's Price..............., iSf.UV. SOLID BLACK WALNUT DINING SUITE Of eight pieces In the popular William ancj^Marj^^ period design, l%rge buffet witli plate glass mirror, pedestal .table, 48 inch top and six elixirs covered with genuine leather. 1 CO AA Bawden's Price ........... ........ iO^i.vM SCRIMS AND MARQUISETTES From 15c yard With bonutitul colored borners. Yard up.................-........ 15c CURTAIN NETS From 25C| yard Cream nnd ecru with scalloped edge. OC^ 30 Inches wide. Yard up.................. ^uC- WE PREPAY FREIGHT Phone 625 BAWDEN BROS. WE PREPAY FREIGHT Third Avenue S.' d'outiiern AKberta's Greatest Home Furnishers. ;