Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JUNK THE LETHBRIIXiE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE ''IMPERIAL WAR CABINET" Numerous jinlalable comblnalkms two or more rood which m ha prepared by the houMwlIe 1th but Hltle trouble In 111 supply, tbe part of a losen meal. Such hould be used rery frequently lo uiplffy make more te serving of a rational diet for the itully, say specialists of the United lates department of agrkuUiue. omblnlng "left overs" Into a palat ble dish, for example, effects a con- derable sating In raateilal, ID fuef nd in the, labor of preparing aeala ncj cleaning cooking and ood wlik'h might otherwise be wasted one dlah Is prepared, cooked tad haudtcu instead o! 7he character of any one of the ally meals should be detcralced by hut of the other meals Lbat ire serr- d. The niosl satisfactory hybrid on an tho Beaver. -j '.Lou don, 'June new era should open for an Imporlnnt section of tho west by amalgamation arrangements Just compla.cd. new en pi Li I for irrigation and other development purposes the Eonth Algeria Land Co., Canadian Lands nnri the Alberta Land Co.. three properties originally floated under Grenfell auspices, comprising acres, and which in 1914 cd.Into Iho hands, of Sir William Plen- receiver for the debenture11 hold ers. The now "company will be called trie Canada Land Corporation, it has an j authorized capllal of sler- ling and .i debenture issue of fctcrllriE, and of debentures In the old companies have been surren- dered to take ordinary onea. in lie new company.' ,Uler considerable dlrTtbvilly the_lraa- l-ces. permission .'for i raising new .capital of. by I shillings assessment, onra'portion r MeeliriE'a" will be hclil ou-'June 14 J to' ?onsldar tue achcrrVu. New'direc- tors 'will ioclude Sir .Charles Hub- hoiiee, -lest. poetmastor-general; JBS. C.M.G.; Mr. Foster, Q.O.M.G., formerly in the Egyptian .Irrigation r Hcrylce'; W. Walker, nl present a di- rector of Iho Alberta company, and A. J. McMillan, who, In addition to being "n member of tnu shareholders' com- rnlllccy has been working In conjunc; with Sir William Plendcr and was for some time In Ottawa last summer Jn-connectfon wllh.ihe new scheme, Hard to Drop Meat? All depends on what you eat as a iuhttitirter ,'It is a goot time to study "food value.' You niay be: eating the wrong foods, the foods that cost nipst and give the leas nutriment. Shreddei Wheat Biscnit contains more reali body-building nutriment, pound for pound than meat, eggs, or potatoes and costs much less. Two of these milk and. a little. frujt make nourishing meal at a cost o a few cents. Make Shredde un- .'Qtinded. This period covers ihacec oE the general attack, now abated, which the French undoubtedly wll! continue ibe iroper moment arrlies. Ai a result of the eucccssful at- tcks, Ihe Freacb non- possess the nit 11 tire. occupy moro kit potltlons than when they began ie movement in Ar- Illery duels continue unceasingly. Thus fir the French always have ro- iftd any pnllio'n taken from them, and at lomo placos hare bitten fur- her lulu lines. or sliced fruit and simple Boiled rice baked (acalloped) with minced left-over' meat, chipped beef, or fresh or canned rleh, Etcrred with beel, dandelion, or other jrreeiiB, drets- ed with peanut, ollre, cottonseed, or other table oil, with TiMgar tad lemon jjlcc enough to fliTor the drni- Iny, and, wheat, com or rye bread and honey. Dolled rice scrambled with tigs, nerved with a saccnlenl vefeUble snch AS slewed toma'toes, rahned comT green peas or beani, aad, bread, and butter, and nuts and nlslo'i or other dried Irnlts. Green peas and canned sklnm irfth white (I.e., thickened milk) twee, Eerred-wllh corn bread and Meal pie from (From Our Own _____________ Lomond, June fine daya ire making the grain stretch. Mr. ahaw a sample of his wheat Into town today thai measured about twelre Inches, which speaks well for I hi a district. Seeding Is practically finished "and, the breaking plough Is receiving a bit of hard work now. Grtln nwn on poor breaking or other irauy staoble land is belne suolbered BO great has been the rainfall, ind ped considerably by the coo) dayi, the gran jrAwn Filter than the grain.' The other land, especially the new breaking and sumraerfallow wll) be invisible owing to the grain splendidly. We are hoploi tkai the.rain wilt stay away far while now, BO as to give the grain chance, and It can easily be estimated what a week or two of steady aua will do for our Tnm Chapman Is having a fine barn built by a couple of Doukhobon. Rer. Mr. and Mrs. ArmatronE hax i accident the other day which _Ixfat eulljr haye been fatal. While ecmlnc hone from" Vulcan last week, la 'the dvfcneEs, Mr. Anne troop's car cnahed into a tractor which standing on the road. Mrs. Arm strong went throoih thd wind-abield. iaoici Ing i nasty gash in her chin. We con Mr. aad Mrs. Armelrong on their- lucky Norrls Htuina got'word Borne Ume Gerdon Ltd womndvd letter recently acain aLm of bis rcleue the hospital after ton of conftnejnent and he also says tbct he npectVto be Een< to work.In or fish with flour c-r potato a now. HerTed with, carroU, hii bad its inninge Made of friction slipping. the best live The canvas lug prevents A PAIR PUT ON F. Wedgewood, a llfe'rQe bcr or me Alpine cluh o( Ciniflii, wu killed Ma notion on March .H. ThiyTastc children tbty'wmt bl the the and The Ayttige Canadian Family Waatei Feed a Soldier Notlnnr could be ctobcr, purer or more Vrbokiocic; Very few i i thlnfS taM dpowive. Phuri Or.Mltied.' In PicUtfei' Anlyj: with real Arrownntt attocB at the Workshop and the Tratchet" eooDomy m tiie kitchen can do much to prevent Ibe tfceafcned and caii For'the Empe's' take M wki owlmt' up .Ad cot out IW Youlf be to ;owii putbnfl yobntfl in K -f 'i Dependable Any 1000 "SNOWBALL" Refrigerators Sold to be advanced on June 15th Refrigerator now-setling ia50 Refrigerator now selling at ALL ORDERS BOOKED BEFORE JUXE 15th BE FILLED AT THE OLD PRICE.' n 1 i price of In beyond' a doutt that "InowbifT wMI ai coot yetr cooler atmoiphere than an lufilfaialM. reflullr prlcn'U wlU effective Juiw IMh. the Western Utilities Co. Kerr's Saturday List Of Quality Groceries Stock your pantry Witt onr New son's Canned Goods and you wfll have soraeAhif nice for your friends when they unexpe-etedlji stay to dinner. rtr Com Buy Canned Gwwls in x 'Quantities 1.45 1.75 Pen. June' String Beant Plne- 2 Ib. 6 tini Del Monte and Beam 1 tlna, t for Slic.d tin for 1.80 1.40 2.75 70c 1.10 Yallnr WhHe Corn for........ Pllra, luckwheat Flour tt Homy ftr ientfa MicannT a Flour, 2 for OK pirteh Cl.inKr Crcwn Clean'aer 65c 85c 9c RM, Fancy 25c 3 for Gold Soap. t buifor 25c line, fff On Vale D3C vrHh dauber Each Wire Clothet Llntt Each Olata Each Pleklca In Helu Sweet Mixed. 'Per pint Ceffac. Try our aupertor blend of coffee. ground or 3 Itaavfpr Ollvea In bulk. Aclactad' Queana. Pint Milk.' St. Charln EVap. crated. Per dozen 55c ZQc r blend n.oo 1.70 95c Meet, Wethty'a ZS'lb. Piiieagfla M jrrn.libV. J 3C .PHEi- A'-'new. atfmmer miJc'frori' th'e anbeVry.. P.nez'hai "a 'punch and tang' non-alcoholic, Olivn pri, ten. 45o. and _ elra .WHrc. Per. Iwtth 2 tlna Chicken SSe and ___..______.__ Salad Powder 2 far Oat Cakn, ml Sctkh Ik.