Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETimniDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 8, WIS ^ '1 Made In Canada 1 ocoa Pure' i cK licious Wholesome A leading authority on cocoa says: "In order to have the cacao products most useful and to have the protein best appro-' priated, you must not take \^out too much fat. Hence, in , my view, Baker's Cocoa (from ; which only the excess of oil is .extracted) is an ideal food. Its Use Saves Other Foods TRADE-MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Bonk of Choice Recipes sent Free. Walter Baker & Co. Limited , EataUished 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. .1* the leddies fra' hell. -I* ? '> ' The Prussians have named them "The Ladles from Hell"; But they're Gentlemen-DeavUs, and Hieland as vrell. So bonnily dreesed, im tbelr hoanet and crest, � With the braw tartan plalddle brooch-fid over theJr breast, : And the kilt swlngln" free o* the strong supple knee. Man, they'ra gallant to see, and I think ye'U agree, , As they step to the pipes, wl' their swagger an' /well. They're the pick a' the laddies, the "Leddies fra Hell." : There are ladies on earth, and In heaven as well; ' > But tbe Teutons mu6t dance with the Ladles from Hell." j There are slxteen-lnch calibre balls out in France; , And the Ladles from Hell will beOead- ing the dance. So, It's up, with the rest, and It's over the creat. For a fUng with the Huns, fifty thousand abreast. T� the skirl of the shell they are stepping it well; i They're the belles of the ball are the "Leddiee fra' Hell." \ There's the fear of the Ivord on the ladles from hell; I They believe in the Bible (the bayo- net as wpil). t \ They are brave and releegious and faithful and .strong; I And they'll pray, and theyl]' fight, ' and they'll march all day long; ; For the man who is right, and who knows he is right, And believes In his God. Is the man who will fight; I So they'll win to Berlin, and to heaven as well. For the Lord's on the aide of the leddies fra' Hell. -BERTRAND SHADWBLL. report for the calt hospital for the month of may, 1918. Xumher of patients In hospital beginning, of month....... 41 Admittances during month.....137 ITS Number of patients discharged during the month........119 Deaths during month ...... G Number of patients In hospital at end of month........... 53 178 Lowest number during month... 37 Highest number during month.. CO Daily average during month ____46.1 Number of hospital days lor private patients............. 420 -Ward patients (paying).... 807 -Ward patients (free) .... 197 Total number of days during the month...............1430 Number ot operations under gen- .eral'anaesthesia.......... 44 ,-:-tocal or no anaesthesia .. 11 Number ot patients treated in outdoor department.......... 2 Number of dressings and treatments in outdoor department 7 The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, magazines received dur-Infa' the month from .Mrs, Bradbeer, .Miss EVa Bissett aorl Miss Davis. iSgd.) E. A. McCLARTY. ^ Lady Supt. NOT SACRIFICE BUT DUTY the men did whou firat called to tUo colors. They want dotlnito directions, .Mrs. RhodoK believes, and thou they will b'vu all that la In t\ww. "Generally speaking, the women do noC'itutte understaqd what is expected ot them. They don't road tho papers enough. Thoy are apt td Ao what their neighbors do-which is often n fatal practice. Tt^aecius to mo that' the Pf^oplo who aro bettor off might make it easier for the poorer classes by using substitutes as much as possible. Jual iudglng from my own experience and the over IncreaBlng difficulty ot catering for one's fumlly. It Is a sourt^o of wonder to me bow snme people manage to get nlong so well. But, of course, we muBt expect things to bo much worse yet. That la why 1 think tho well-off should try to make things a little easier for tho poor." Mrs. Rhodes does not boliove, as many city people do. that thero is waste on tho farms. She Inclines rather to view that tho farmer and his wife aro extremely careful and save everything for marketing. The teachers in the cojintry achonli are in a position to do much for the cause of food saving and food production, she Uihiks. ^s'a chiltl's Interest is soon reflected bf its parents. "And lastly-what dQ you think about tho hue and crj- to abolish afternoon tea?"> the wife of tho Speaker was asked. "I think it's ft question that every woman can settle for herself in har own homff' without making any fues abo\it It." FRENCH RETAKE mrs. e. n, rhodes, ~~ Wife ot the Speaker ot tho House of Commons. > ? * > � > * ? ! ? ? > ? "We are In no position to nation as tho food authorities ? ? necessarily have, I firmly be- ? : lieve in our accepting all the : > board's rules without any ques- ? : tfonlug." ^ : > XIRS. E. N. RHODES. ? ? ? This picture shows the wife ot the Speaker of the House of Commons in their beautiful garden at' Amherst, Nova Scotia. Her work here represents h^ chief contribution to the cause of food production, for she i.s a keen gardenSr-and not of tho kid-gloveil type who treat it as a hobby. -Mrs. Rhodes knew all about digging and hoeing long before war clouds or war gardens appeared on the horizon. And she admits that it is hard work-quite hard work, but enjoyable! Naturally, she thinks it is doubly important now to grow . one's own vegetables,, hut she has done ft for years, and thinks it is "no hardship ihat women should have to busy themselves with rake and hoe. "Then, naturally, you approve ot the farmerette idea? Jirs. Rhodes was asked. She did. Nevertheless, she thought it was going to be mighty hard work, and that a preparatory course was very e.ssential. The girls would then go forth to their work with more confidence and fuller knowledge of their duties. Fruit-picking, on the other hand, had a special appeal tor �^rls, and was pleasant work in compariaon with the routine of the f*m. ^Irs. Rhodes is an advocate of dairying for girls. With such a shortage of fats, she thinks that it would be profitable if more of them went In for Wter-maklng, "I know that Itr England women are scrupulous about using as little milk and cream as possible, jin .�rder that It may be made into butter." declared Mrs. Rhodes. The shortage of butter in Britain as a result of the war Is 209(148,784 pounds. In 191C Canada sold only 6.-933,100 pounds. From this it can readily be seen that the butter-making industry needs some feminine impetus! Then canning! Already women are beginning to think about it and to wonder it they are going to have enough sugar to take care of the fruit crop. "I think -we should leive those things to the judgment ot: the' Food Qoard," aaid-^lrs. Rhodes, "We are in no position to crlliciiie regulations, for we have no auch accurate knowledge of the situation as the food authorities neceesarlly have. We cannot Judge of what sliould be, or,what should not be. The new sugar regulations seem reasonable'^to me, and I firmly believe in our accepting all tho board's rule*, without any questioning. Indeed, T approve ol very autocratic measures in war;time. We talk about 'aaerlflce,' but it's plain.duty- nothln.g else. It's ridiculous to say that the Don't Waste a Sumnier- Industry Needs You Gills and boys-it's against your country's principles to have you lie around-idlq this summer. Make the most of the summer holitJaysby taking a course to fit you to fill a position in .a business office. The demand for help far exceeds the syp- M.:; , . . SUMMER SCHOOL M Our Day BcjioM* riemalns open all summer. Hours from 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. NO AFTERNOON SESSION. '\york In' the cool of tho morning and have your afternoon tree. '........" GARBUTT BUSIN�SS COLLEGE ' OFFICE PHONE 1315 411 8TH STREET south-.lethbridge. re8. phone 1531 we have 'sacrificed' anything in way ot foodstuffs yet." Here It was pointed out that definite assurance had been given.by the Food Board that if the regulations wire strictly kept and duo care was exercised lu the meantime, there would bo plenty of suKar available to take care ot the entire trult crop. .Mrs, Rhodes thinks that the community canning centre, if generally adopted, would be a di.^tinct encour-asement to women to do more can-nins?. and would mean a saving in time, money and energy. She believes that a clear and decisive call to girls for service would he the most effective means of lining them up for some form of food production. For instance, if it were announced that so many women were wanted for the farms- .\H'ST ho secured for the farms-the girls of Canada would respond just as 1 With tho British Army In Franco, .Tune S.-(Assoclale'l P>os3.)Locre Hospice, which tho Germans captured on Wednesday night, was retaken by tho French yesterday. They battled their way to this much contested position and completely re-established their original line. The French havo thus removed n more or less serious threat to tho village of Locre, which Itself fs an im- TELEGRAPHERS ARE SHARPLY CRUIZED St. Paul, Minn., Juno S-Sharp orlt-lolam of ottlclnla of the AVoatorn Union Telegraph Company for thoir alleged retusai to abldo>by tho dcctston of the National Labor War Board-and pro-' testations of labor's united support of tho govornmenl's policy wovo voiced today by officials nt tho American Federation of Labor, spoenklnij at convention meetings. According to President Samuel CJompors and Secretary Prank Morrison, tho action ot tho telegraph officials la In direct violation ot tho purpose of the board and has a domor-nllzlng cffAeP on tho moralo ot tho working people. - "This will probably result In President Wilson commandeering the AVeat-ern Union Telegraph Company and enactment of legislation by congross for taking over all telegraph companies during Uic war," Socrclary Morrison said, "Never in the history ot tho univorsc lias there been a time and ciriMnn-utance where roprosentativca of the nuisrtcs ot labor li'avp bcoii in such n TiosKlon of right and'jtlstlcc as now," Jilr.'t'lompcvs said. ReltorntinK labor's pledges to support tho iwar noort ot tho govornmonf, Mr. Gompera said: "Come what may, Proiihicnt Wilson need not frar dlvhs-lon in America, for tho men ot labor, whothi-r in peacn or war., stand as a unit behind.him as,;the leader of tho democracy of tho world." , ,^ SPLENDID SPIRl London, June S,-(via Router's Ottawa Agency.)-There has been a fine, patriotic spirit shosvn by the British miners in thoi.r response to tho call for men to enter military service, says , tho Uallf Telegraph's Labor corrcspon-rortant defense of Jlontrouge and',,lent, hi some districts, he says, as other hills lying immediate!/to the i m.-iny as si.xty per cent, ot the men required have been voluntarily rocruit-cd without resort to the ballot system, which was doviscd as a' moans- of giving equal oppurtunltios to all men. Tho correspondent states that the number of men to be taken from tho mipcs for tho army is now virtually completo and that in some districts tho entire quotas havo been obtained. The military anthorltlos are taking 75,000 men from tlio^ pits. west. Tho enemy has long coveted Locre and retention of the Hospice would give him a good jumping off place tor another assault in the long list which ho has delivered against the village. There .were heavy hursts of shelling from German guns at various points along the British front last night, but no unusual operations havo been reported. YOU'LL DO BETTER AT TEEPLE'S Prou(J ; of Their Furniture, Naturally, Because irShows Theii; Good Taste. They know their friends will admire and praise their good judgment. Are You Proud of Your Furniture Before Your Guests } You can't imagine how fine this handsome bedroom suite looks in the new Kyonyx finish-so come and see it. 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