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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 30, THE LEl'HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN; MIL ADI 4 4 Mr. and Sirs. El S. Jackson and cull- accoaipaaifd by Mrs.' Jackson's iivo sisters from Ot law a, arrived hope night utter spending tho month July a; Ibe Arrow Lakes. T J Simons and children today to. fipsnil (he Uionlh ot at Carmaugay and Banff II brelliarJ cii'drss srs tiRcndlug a ingnlb.with friends ib Cal' tary and Bper J i Mr and Mrs Ernest F are holidaying at Proc'or Mrs J IJeiJifbo has (he gaest of Robertson, leaves to join" Mr Held In Toronto whore they, will: make their future, boroo. Vf S f Harris or Twin Lakes ivas iu" the city yeslerday. Mrs. J. D. Higiribothaiu and Miss Marjor} Hielnbotham are at present the guests of Mr and Vrs ferdtd Illglnbotbain-at InniEfree, east of-Ed monton. Mrs Robert Sage has returned from a two months holidav Miss Nan Der-.oaa has accepted fcosltion with >tbe teaching itaff Central 'school and Mien Ada Jackson taT also accepted a portion'with the "Mrs D Hardie and daughter 311.5 inzola, hive been gtfMta of Mrs J 3 aCTflgn" a few days en route to Vancouver, where Ihey expect lo spend: the month August Mrs. J.-B. Rosa has returned homo after visiting in Cardeton and Moun tain View. ;Master Brneet Beaubier of. Carman Ear who has been the guest of hi slater Mrs. T. J. Simons for the paa month, today. Mr. R: V.. Majrna'rd leaves iomorro. to spenB a" dijs witH his'falnily wjio are holidaying at Kaslo B C O. R. Bdmonton ,er- rived in the city today i J Ji Pilccsk Rochester where he underwent an operation. Xlt and Mra D J Hay formerly ef Lethbridge, who ;gueBts ofi Hon. Gideon Mrs Robertson have left Ottawa, for Wat- ford en route lo Ihelr homo In Cal gory C H and Mn Oragg left lot Oalgary this morning ThE) will be aTvay until Iho end of Augutt berU mounted police, is a tmir ot inspection and is Apendinj a few dara ID Banff, v here lie visited the camp of the oountiea at the Loop ind also inspected the local Calgary Albertan. Miss Longley, B.A., of Acadia Tlai- veraity, Jfova Scotia, has .been engajed by the Pincher Creek school board as assistant High school teacher, i Her. -t MacMicoaelis ir, leave Plncher Creek on Saturday oa a! return to Bngliad Mrs. Tliomaa Loag and tl______ fer Marion of. Lethbria'ie, arrived ia (lie city'Wedaesday eveoine and are the of'Mrs. X. B. Kelly, Fifth street Herald John D. Rockefeller arrived in Banff Thursday, July 29, accompanied by his and chlldrea. They will be rueits at Banff hoteL O Mii> Margaret McKillop WM the (uest of honor yesterday at a lunch- eon by-Hra William Scott.and in the evening was entertained ;by Miss Hla. Patterson. river bottom staff of J D kw inbothani Co., Ltd., vrhleh unmbered fourteen enjoyed an crating in'the form ol a picnic It was a perfect day and was a pieaaaBt-chvige from the tasks of tie every day routine A program of sports was carried 'Aa tha vauel cater- ed Southampton waters hydroplanes dropped ihowera of roses on the fas. ous Just after the hydroplanes departed aft aeroplane departed, circl ed over liner anil- detached --a parachute: with message -for Miss Plckffrd There. were. thousands people on the quay 16' welcome her, including the mayor of the town. Miss PIckford laid she would make only one pub- lic appearance, which would be in a little eketch somewhere in London. Bhe had for a holiday and did not intend to take part ia any other public engagements. Fairbanks remarked that it they bad accepted all the offers they had received, he and his wife would hate to stay .on aide for ten years. After leavlns they propose to go to Scandinavia, France- .and and to travel over ousttly tefore being starched it will bo found that they will last clean longer. Demon Juice will improve, the flav- or of stewed figs. Shrimp color is much in'evidence In both hats ano> dresses for sports wear, Douginut stcsld be as soft as can be handled, the> will crack when frying Drop a pinch in lie before frying' and'the.'grease will'not-pop.. In cauco, {unking- when slarob. is mixed with soft :fit? eqiial 'quantities of-both should Starchy vegetables should be put In enough boiling water to cover Boil' gently >nii; keep kettle covered. Mutton, ceaaldered the most nqurUhing. meat. Try soft, trest bread crumbs for breading articles to be fried.'Tha criwt will be thinner. the battleaetds. x There. sackful of letters awaiting Miji, numbering (nlljri inost'.p? which appeared to be In children's handwriting. TO--HOUSEWIVES 4 Breadcrumbs" will give body to an omelet. -.Salt fish :is much than fresh. less digestible Superintendent P' o'ftcer Al.' Attend the Phoenix Romance ofiLetUbrldge oast Com' posed ot Lethbridfre. people AdTertlsenienfc' The Boy Scouts Wish to announce Lhat tha sum ot Hundred and efghteen dollars was real lee j at their recent garden party held'oi'ttm W M barracks They afifo wish to expfess their the city band the merchant! ot city those sending 'all who so kindly contributed to, rtocess FRIDAY'S MENU .Breakfast Cddflih Cakes Popovers Coffee i Luncheon New i.Pea Porridge Crackers Olives Berries. Iced Tea Dinner Hock Lobster Salad Radishes Baked Cucumbers Popover Cream Puffs Iced Coffee a cup of Sour, a cap ot milk and two beaten eggi, the whites and yolks beaten separ- ately. Bake In a quiet oven 25 min- utes. New Pea enough shelled peat to make two cupsfull and when soft ratsh through a coarse sieve. Season With salt and pepper and add a cup ot milk and bring to a hard boll .fust before serving add a piece of butter the fltie or an tgg. Moclc Lobster Saiad Boti a three haddock in allghtlv salted water until MHer. Save the water for tomorrow to' use as a stock tor soup. Flake the fish free from the skin, and bones v and add two tweet canned irj small pieces. Mix1 with a.'French dressing to which has been added When washing kid gloves leave some zoap. on They, will bo much eolter and more pliable. -V" Soup meat highly seasoned and' used 'for made-over meat dishes, but very- nourishing. i. fTo restore theiorlglnal whiteness to vellow rub witht a flannel moistened fith' turpentine.-' V V In frying cooked cornmeal add itllo flour to holdi meal together and a little- sugar 't6'-mako mush brown more qulolily.'- 'Bread BridaievcaVeS' 'are an econorri- cai dray or using 'stale bread. 1 Oily fish ars more 'nourishing, but not quite so digestible as non-oily kinds'.' Desserts made dates, raisins, and other sweet fruits' require practi- no sugar'. llan'' rr-. Cottage puddfng 'is. .better with a lemon or' 'spicy -sauce than with a Grate the rind of small jeonon or mlt nn orange I.otp ,'tho bread pud- ding before, baking. Baked crushed. and seasoned with chopper! pickle niakca a good sandwich filling, 'f r While sugar is scarce servo tho salad as a last course in place of dessert. FOODiMARKETS WEEK-END SPECIALS WE HAVE FOR TOMORROW j1' T Choice Pork, and Veal. Prices are away down from 5c tolOcperlb, BURNS' DELICATESSEN The Empire's Standard SHAMROCK COOKED HAM JELLIED OX TONGUE FRAYBENTOS CORNED BEEF, HAM BOLOGNA CHEESE LOAF T-" MEAT LOAF BURNS CO. Limited inm Fub ud Ptdtrr Main Mvkct, Ptae 412 DtmMi Marktt, Mwkd, Plme 545 PWM1654 vory articlesiiwhicb, i turned THE PEERS DINNER When, making a mustard plaster, with the white of an egg and It will not To prevent a dlsagreeablo odour when greens aro boiling, plnca a crust of bread in tho saucepan -wllh them. When Ircalng lace, place a piece of flannel underneath and Iron orr tha wrong aide. This will bring the pal- teen op, .f If a IIUlo sweet, oil Is put on a cloth and rubbed into the furnituro It Lords by feed- ing them .well and and tho Lords may warm to the Commons in tte genial atmosphere of dinner. A Nationalist Victory Pood is cheap certainly at West- minster.' In the famous, .Nationalist representative, Joseph Gillies Biggar, .then a member of the Kitchen Committee, insisted on a. shilling dinner being provided. Members of all. 'shared In tha boon, but Biggar had'solely at heart the Interests of ills own Party. The prices charged at the. House had been so prohibitive to many bt the National- ist members that Aey were compelled to seek in the Strand and Reel-street for such eating'houses as suited theJr purses. During their absence golden opportunities for tho obslrucljon ot Government business arose, and BO' Biggar had tho shilling dinner fiirti- luteil to keep tho Nationalists In con- stant attendance at the House. We may be sure that his satisfaction at his success wns in no degree miti- gated by the knowledgo that the pro- vision of the cheap meals had to be subsidized by a grant from the Treas- ury, Tho dinner served for a shilling consisted of cuts from a Joint, with ,wo vegetables, milk pudding or a art, and broad, 'butter, and cheese. For another chilling soup and fish were added. 'A tankard of beer cost 3d., a boltle of good claret 10d., half a bot- x The Store of Quality Groceries Wagstaffe's Strawberry Jam, 4 Ib. tins Wagstaffe's Gooseberry Jam, 4 Ib. tins i Wagstaffe's Logrmbeny Jam, 4 Ib. Wagstaffe's Apricot Jara; 4 tb. King Beach Strawberry Jam, 4 ]b. king Beach-Raspberry, 4 Ib. King Apricot, 4 Ib. tins King Beach Blackberry Jam, 4 Ib. tins v.... King Beach Gooseberry Jam, 4 Ib. tins New Cabbage; per Q9c New Potatoes, per Q9c Grape Fruit, 2 25c 'Cantaloupes, each Oranges, per dozen....... FRESH FkUlT AND [VEGETABLES DAILY Phone 313 and 1513. The firm for terrice. tie a bottle of Graves a .shilling. But hopes triust not- now be raised that may be doomed to disappointment- In present prices peers cannot espect to bevcater- ed for by the Commons at tliesB low charges. .Tha ineal that, was; served before for a shilling Is. 8d. or; Is. lOd. 'coit, ot soup, joint; ipotatoes, greens, sweet, cheese, broadband but- ter up to 3s. 6d, The prkie of iwlne has doubled., .Even at these enhanced prices, however, the; peers can comfort themselves with the know? JeBge that the dinner which the Com- "mons can let them would coijt 7s. Cd. or.ios. in any first- class. West-end is more, that the Commons themselves are thoroughly content with the cater- ing, the daily average 9! meals served last Session havIng.beon.2Ml lunches, 600 teas, and 450 dinners. A Tha new departure Is'certain! to watched much Interest by. .the general public' who, we are sure, will may entail on the the happy result should be tha. keeping of our legislators, hereditary and elect- ed, in gob'd humour with, one another. BAD WRECK AVERTED HIS LORDSHIP INDISCREET VICTORIA, July jot he'Victoria Ear Association, have taken exception to a reported remark of Mr. Murphy Wednes- bar is it us'ed to be'ih its Four Victoria benchers, have jeen' deputed Jo the matter up when next he'igFln, the capital. "The Romance of f __, ing local .views nnd the naluraTBfiint-1 ies of Lethbridge, at the Phoenix. Do not miss "Tho Romance of show- ng local views and the natural beaut- ies of Lotlibrldge, at the Phoenix. Do not miss -Attend the Phoenix anrl'Seo "Cho Romance of cast com- posed entirety ol people. ST. MARYS, Ont., July Trunk train No. 28 from London to' Toronto, left tbo track about two miles from this town early this morn; ing, and 200 passengers had a close call. A rail.turned under the heavy, engine while the train was proceed-' Ing at about 25 miles an hour, and alx coaches 'ran off the track. A broad rail just at that point'pVevented tne cara from going into "the ditch. Best of an Fly EiDen lOc per Packet at all Grocers and General Stores KHTffS dospmES 'Are> Popular for FAIRS RCNICS Fresh VarlelleB ot PURE HOME-MADE -CANDY, For the Week End Our Ice Cream Dishes are Good All only lOo KEITH'S 608 THIRD AVENUE. SOUTH COMPLETE SACRIFICE OVER Iflfl DRESSES OFFERED AT HALF PRICE. Complete clearing balance of Silk Dresses, .Voile Dresses, Gingham Dresses, Muslins, Net and Lace Dresses. We do not intend to carry over a single dress to next season. The prices' quoted will move them. Come and Look Them Oven and Remember the Prices AreMarked Plain and WiDBe "CUT IN HALF." Linniico. Main Floor ;