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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAKE El 01 IT HIE l.KTHBRlPT.I> DAILY''IJEHALD FRIDAY. JUNE t, 1917 Tliat U the- geological centre of .the- grej.lest Irri- gation syslpiris In CViifla. Jn lhe final ot the roval com- mission c-n ill0 resources, trade und legislation uf certain por- tions of bis majesty's dominions, which submitted 10 the Dominion gov- ernment by the commissioners, who Included Sir George foster. In March 1'arl of the report was rocd at yester- day's mcciinp of the Hoard of Trade council. IX referred lo thu proposet Irrigation projects in this dislrii-t. am Elated: "Another considerable Irrigation project, uhlcb. has been slartcd is ii tlic Tklnliy ol Lethbrlilst. where i-anais have beeir constructed to serve afres. A survey ha also been undertaken by. (ho Uomin loa government in the district Ira mediately rcrth at am" there arc lnr't'-atiins that there i EUftlcIent water available In ilie OM Marj river to irrigate a considerable Irai-t ct lau'l. l-eiobrirtge, indeed, would appear 10 be the yeograplucal outre of a very considerable present J and potential development uf Jrrifa- tion. and this district lair to be- como very prosperous when all iltc contemplated Irrigation schemes IUK- lure." ECONOMY IN USING MEAT Suggestions for Saving In the Cost of (he Most Expensive Article in the Food BUI. Meal is one ot lhe more expensive leios In He food o( llio ordinary fam- ily, aud Cor ihAs U Invariant lhn it lie hnught and used to the test possible advantage. American consumers arc reminded surface souu slock. ot Ibis iu a statement lust Issued by sjieclilisU ol Ihe Vnhed Slilfs De- partment ol AgrloiUurf.' The by wMcb economy may be obtained will vary, 11 is pointed out. wllh the conditions surrounding each fauifly, the amount ol personal Ion given by the housewife to the preparation ol food, with hrr sV" wllh market and wiih of the mvratiors of 'ne family to eat dishes ovlivr iton i especially I'M'enslvo which they have a special liking. ___ Many persons, says the statement. for est over abundantly of meat. In CM also may be cooked slowly with endibles or iluwyUnce I" role or any other thick wallcit baMns dish which can lo covered, the jiilcvs ihoroty IfiuE plained. the quality ot meit bought. to bu! by srindMS and heatl-US Jn n double boiler. Ihe trled-out fal (hen nuy and allowed to te cu i'be. latter ni xliumcr abouVtwo hoarc Ulrflestj cookc-r with, suit ami popiK'ror paprika.Serve wllh. a sauce "iado tollgws: Cook (u wiisr lor mliiulea ot tomat- oes, part it a, atalk of" celery, one-hilt three pep- "ude of mace or a Rao through frcw Ihc "Ii flour, moistened id season, Bnii jTJlvi., boiled rice, polalotE. carrots. oulon. iicrcc-rns, very lilthfnul rorllons ol cooked nves from servlns dishes may used la varletv ol lo palatab Jibes' lu utIIWnS fuch malerlaU and from aiad other vegetables n season uiajr'.Vnaervect OB the same dish. Casserole, i-ubberofc aiay ie Improvised by using a heavy earth- nware- dish covered, with .a Irown round or rump of beet la fat rom slice of fried pork. Place In in Ihe I ot other Iho e. et a Kneml principles U Mboulil be posMWe. if the succulent such a: the quanllty of flo.jr thicken sauce, ttio time need- kiDB ot varying tough- proportion of starchy foods SUGAR, COFFEE AND TEA WILL BE TAXED May senile finance committee today deciilert to rrovjde In lhe war lax bJl U1 rj-'se JEO.WO.O-K. by consunnilwn laws o! 2e a-poand on coffee1. on IIM. 1-c on sugar, aud ?c on cocoa. Auorlsrr charge agrevd ol lhe 01 :jier cent, on war wow nlv- Jing ?25. to combine cenllve Is great enouRh. to reduce the M.ilh meats auu llid iiko it easy expenditure tor meal by Tl'-e tlo utilize whatever materials may hap- amount W'ni're west tus (o on hand a siKclal tor parllculuar dish. Left cooked meats may be used, like small plews ot uncooked meal, with vegetables and other (ends in the pro paratlon. ot casserole dlshej. In mak lag slews, hashes, croquettes, etc. Colt] Wctal may be servcrt with hcA niailp Erom soup stock, milk meat Jat, and Hour, or other Ingrel Jenli. An importanl way in ivhlcli .-liti Amount of mojey expended may li lessened is by prepario; quantities of meat in such a way a to cslend Its Ilaior lo olhcr and cheap er foods. In using meat EO as to ex end ils flavor It may be ground au combined with rice, bread crumbs etc., to form.. croquettes; made inl pies with relative large quantities o cooked with dumplines; sen ed 111 trie same dish with gravy am if any 'AIRPLANE FLIES FROM LONDON TO ROME. Home. :o-A Wilane. Tviih five persons en arrived here todBV Jirec; fron LonJon. .hav- inc stopped onh- it Turin and Piza on the Tbo on- sirivol htie vetf sn enthusias- tic reception bT ir..'.rd of officers sssfmbled 21 Cenlocille aero- drome, i uiav achieve by uiilulns tie meat Sore completely. the trim- raters and IwDf.- and overs. tcuglleTriiu of niMt inslead of the Is losmi: provided, ol proportion ot bone to meal .'i- no freal-.r lhan in the'inore costly kinJf. She is ralher sacrilic.lng only or flavor or easp of.prepara- i lien for lhe sake of cheapness; and, if to produce dishes as palat- j ubi-1 as Ihose made from more ex- jprn.-ive meats, must expend more cire cm.preparing, tlavonng aM cook- ing. It "tie'cheaper steaks are purchas- ed, for example, a degree of tenderness ma'ybe'lraparled lo Ihem by the well- known method ,of .pounding the meal The flavors of such steaks relalDCd more satisfactorily it flour 'li. sprinkled over Ihem during IhB beating; process and so worked In- to lhe fibers on the surface. Anctlnft'j'common method of ullluvng tfic tb'agher meals is' to grind Ihem and form 'them into balls uiay be broiled like steak. Cheap cals ot starchy foods, such as spaghetti or rice; ground. aud used bread crumbs or olhcr materials, os a stuff- ing for vegetables such as and green pt-ppers; or cut thin and wrapped shitting of bread crumbs, It it is considered desirable, other protein foods may be consumed In larger quanlilles lo take Ihe plice ot Iho meat formerly .eaten. This protein crumbs, may be furnished by eggs. If they arc cheap, skim milk, cheese, drier! beans, cbwpeas, and other legumes. A few lyplcal recipes are. given be- low as examples ot the many dishes casserole with chopped carrol. turnip, onion, celery, tie., arouud (t. AdJ cook In hot oveu three hours, basting occasionally. Flavor Stew With froui small pieces ot meal and veget- ables, cooking II oil stove or In (Ira- cooker. Serve willi uumtllzss made as follows: For a slew using 1 pound of moat mix a little mere thin one-third cup ol flour- with one len spoonful of uakinK louder and a pinch of sail, work" In a rounding teaspoon tul ot butler ani mil with enough rolls to form n mccliur.-.-itlff dough. Cut Into small pieces and buttered steamer over a kettle "or bollinp water or remove enough L from the slew to the MBit vegetables' aud place tho pieces of dough on Iheio solid materials to cook. Meat plc-s are mane most satisfactorily by first cooking the meal and vegetables as for ft slew. Line a pan! earlhemvare dish, or cas- serolo wllh biscuit dough rolled fairly thin, put In the meat, vegetables and erivy. cover .Vlth ilouet. and biko In a hot oven'. Meat any chop, pcd cooked meal available on circles of biscuit dough about the size ot a saucer. Fold Iho dough, over lie nieit. crimp the edges and bake in a not oven. Vegetables' "may combined wllh the meat filling AS desired and Ihc.whole raay with gravy: Veal or very thin, meat Into rougbly rectangular pieces ot a suiflcienl.sizt for individual s4rr- inE3. Place on'cach a Eluding ot or'eaa ---------._______.-----chopped onions and other flavoring vegetables: and herbs. Fold, or the meat and skewer In' place'' 'with loothplcka Brown trie rolls in lat, remove and make gravy Irom Iho tat, flour, and slock. It available. Place the rolls in ;ravy and cook slowly nnUl tend Braised .Beet or, Pot the meat on all surfaces, place in closely covered Settle or other recept- acle wilh small quantity ol water and ;oring such as onion, carrot, clc., and cook until tender. iwning the meal helps lo keep In Lha Sulces. The slow cooking In waler and steam makes-for tenderness.' Savory Eeef-4-Cut-'a' po'nnd -of fop round of bee'f pieces and sprinkle with flour; fry a small piece of 's'all pork unlll llgnt brpwiv, adA beet" 'and 'fry stir- ring ''occasionally. Cover with water or a Tireless cooker. MOST ramtraliy located tuwn ID SaeMa, a population ot bHti-ei eight Sid thou- sand, meriting place ol and home ol large manufactnrlig Indnstrlee, Trorp Is'also a _ ft bnuty and a joy to visitor Id k3 Ita parks ofwlldlnn ptithnn and Us surroundluga ol rick and beautiful farm laada. 'Here Is tha junction ot Lhe Canadian Pacific and minloD Atlantic Rullwayj, the home ot wofil Induslry iriLh a. nallonallr jknown, a condemed milk pbut, hat and cap tacloTlec, Irnachlrjevshups and OQ a large scale and all prorperoue, Bpt here too 'churcheo, korml nd _ jpubllc buildings. In beautiful petUMa tl land shrahbery, on streieAE tf jlag Truro IB unlqM JMoff. blnatlon.ol material prosperity aeithetle chann. Settled Orat by the Acadlaa FrMri, aai by durdr colonists from New tinfrtt. asd.hartr ml- dlefa who had Icnurht ud won uo4er rjonvajlli aad 'Wolfe, Triiro Is rich In III aaeoclall' 'Quick lo realize lhe rlcbnect of the toli K it by tides of lemllu ol the fckU French AiiiUM built Ibdr .erecled a chapel, and Bettled. With pMilBf of lie Teari, lhe liny settlement grew .and becoming fiot only a communlly of ricb farms. .1ml alEo a rent- ing place tn the long liek from Port Kovai Loud- burg or Quebec. And then ume the eipulsloa of th4Acadliua, their ftomca were burned, '.heir nocks off and their landa made waste. Evcrj to' Ibid of farm- Jng' or kitchen utensils are luroed np by the plow, ireaaurea hastily burled there by the French AcadUm jn the hope that eonie day relurn, reclaim them, and Uva.again thcsa V-appy.aod fieaceVul dayl to dear to the habitant farmer. Yetti passed by and there came inch men u Alei- iumer Miller, jlalthtir Taylor. CapL WHilam Ellakltn Tufjpef; Cbarles Aciam Dickey, James pourlay.'-'fianison Moore, K'Jtmfi rxnrney, ]oc.bna TjimbV-JaraM -Whldilcn, aiid Chirlcs Dlckeoo from ,_d, Capl. John Morrlsoh and Col, Jonathan ir'tifn New Hampshire; Dr. John Harris .._ .....IdflpWO; uJ (rom England, Bcol- land and and birtj pioneers, were they all. So slrogfly tbei In symnithj with 'the American Revolution that when tiro Juttjces of.tho bandtred them oalb of alleciarice' In 1777, but five were willing to take 1L Yel their aoscendanH by UK hundndt are sow giving tHelr blood and Ilitir llni In lhe fTCAl being wogeil tor dlvliuatlon. Mo loss delightful lhe lan-os anil jtrottt of Iho (own Ilself, UIM (beiatunil parlt with Its "paths ID. and out taouf Mr, and pine, lie lolnlalure clICa, orer buttling and tumbling rapldn, lie iparklfoi; and lu riBlle overlooking Ihem delight, ful thin all these art lie drlrewayi K fmia- try plctiirecqije IB rainbllng farm'houseff.'h'ngo 01. bi? and afaf- off'lhe at Cobergiild, riiddy from Vicing' lhe long dais, toUtA :-.iHound tar lo the tlnlttt) staJo or'tatl la Ortu Britain. Charmed wllh Ht beauilcs and saMM Ha cool seeker after'rest and wfl! dud la Truro a to to acala and attftJaJ, LIVE STOCK AND IRRIGATION the organizations for beue rTUing.agricullure In Canada, few are playing a more prominent, part than the Western Canada Irrigation as ciation. Owing to the fact that Can a has drawn. selUement mainly om humid cpuriirlPs.' lhe part wbicl rieation 'nliyy IB igriciiUure is bu guely underslpodj by' a large sec n'of The Western inada rrrtiali'pn'' association, b eains and It nual 'conventions.'lield In varlon :galion 'centres: in the west, has is a great Vi'ork toward hringtn'i out ai'.beller undcrslanriing ot th rt that :lrrlgatlon can play in Ih riculiural development of a countr: se Western Canada. The Irrigation com unities proves how closely Irrlga on farming is linked up.wllh lhe llv oc'k and dairy muujl.rtea. (SpeakIn etore the convenlion oi the aaada Irrigation, associafloh las nirncr at 'i'; MacDon d, of the live slock' branch ot Ih C. ileliarlmcnl of agriculture, lal aULcula'f emphasis upon the relation ilp.'of- Irrigation to live slock ral "A few years he sale rhcn Irrigated, tends were being de efop'ed rapidly and many new area under Irrigation re'stock farming seemed to be le at'; entirely. Under .Irrlgallo tavorabiehclimale a'nfl EO e get very large but thos rge5 yields which'fTifle, rcpr: ha. taking from; Tftp soil' of large inls of ferlllltyv Even orchard __intake a of fertility rom'the ari'apple orchard In uli-bearjnE-will'.taVc as much out I II ot TVo annol go on without replacing this eftlllty-In Ihc logical ay Ig'lo feed some of our crops lo ve slock." Mr.' -MacDonald rrferrci.lo the apld growlh ol Ihc llvs Block.InduSr ryilu Drlllsh Columbia, mcnlloning he facl that last year in the Kelowna (strict fourteen silos were' creeled, le emoiiSslieil the need of ng only lhe bctlcr qualllleA1 of live lock In lhe Irrlgaled dlilricls, "Veil will probably Ihlnk that we llvfe ElocV are. he said, "but t Is oaly a few years we rnre almost ashamed lo be In a live ,tnck. counlry. hut .we har rig'our'lnnlnES. Wc'have nime back, and this, lime we hare conte back, to 'lay- Wherever live stock gains oothold; there you''wlll And pros pcrlly, and there can lie no pemian cni ayatcm of agriculture -that docs not Include live aloc.k.' In hlslory hero has not syslera anil we can only Judge the luturo by ;he past." The 'of live stock U Irrigation will arnln. lie dlSOdsscd a [his year's convention ct Iho Irrlgi Uon assoclalton, which (a to bo hell at Mnplc Creek, Raskalchewati, Augue 1, Z and 3. FOR SALE ONK Good Cheer." WMcr (r6nt reservoir, No more iieo for name, am Installing gas 'tliroughonl. APPLY 918 NINTH AVE, Phane V- Hi-2 The Ideal Type of Footwear for Men, Women and Children We've assembled a stock in which :ill members of (he family find their ideal type of line which provides shoes that near well, feel well jiid Joek well. which embody laftting.quilHy'ard thoK fcaturei of Individuality and ttylft vrhTch make them the choice wreinen who iclccl and critically. But there to be considered when purchatlng footwear than the shoes The storc'that teUi them md gives an equally at Important, And that we provide ex- cellent tervice and merchandise by the fact that we enjoy a large follow- ing of year-ln and year-out Awaiting your Inspection now ont of the beet of thoei we've ever provided, and Uw prices Are remarkably low. HUFNER, the Shoeman Beside Merchants' Bank Men's Furnishing Store FALL IN LINE NewSWHAT Now is the your new head gear. oan evidence of the opening of the straw hat .season. Here, you can see complete assortment Leghorns, Splits, Panamas, BangkirkH, Milans aniVNovrity in smart shaixes that are correct for Sum- mer, 1017. The prices, as lower than elsewhere. Splits to rananias to leghorns and Uangkolcs to Ladies' Panamas in exclusive styles and bands''............... to Men's Negligee Shirts, "Arrow Of Madras of in nmii) desirable t-dfcin with .soft 1 ctiffs. to Pajunion Suits The new one piece Pajamas in a variety of aid-active Alan's Underwear Light Weight Kalbriggan Shirts, wilh In match; garment 30c Union Suits, full or knee lengths........ to Men's-Automobile Dust Coats In cxchixlvc garment that will wave yon a good suit of clothes while out driving. Fifth Street Soiith ;