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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIFTEEN ') �.! . Uov. W. Locko and Mr.^. Locko wlio liitvo lieen transtorrcd from Norwood Mcti'.odist churdi to CUaren-Iiolni. Icavo in ten days' time for tiioir now homo.- Kdnionton Jottnial. �  � .Mr. U. W. I.ong is In the city frmn Wfiditino Hat.    Mrs. Noalo and Ucr motlicr, Mrs. Cliampnosa,. who have'been iitayiiiK at tile CJ.ll.. leavo tlio end of tlin wock to Hpond the Huminnr at Kort KiiMbal-ciicwiin with Mrs. Ninilc's d:i:i;;iiCtr, Mrs. StQltli.-Kdmonton IJnIlctln. :\Ir. Tom Klioppard. of Kdnionton, apcnt yoslorday in# tlio city oa his way lo lA^llibridgi!, whoru hn has iicon trunsfcrrud lo llio st;ifl o; tluj .Morchauts' Ilank.-CalKary Hnntld. Mr. und Mt�. D. R. MacUay Inavo tonlKlit tor Vancotivcr wliero thvy will rcsldn in future. �> � Scrgt, and Mrs. W'ailo. and family left for Victoria this afternoon. Mrs. Wado and children will remain for th(-Slimmer. .    , � .; : > c  o o : ? : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : * : : ? : : ? : : ? : : : : : > ? An important nicetlnE of Knox f;iuircli session will bo held In the ve.st^y at 10.4.'i tomorrow-morninp to consider tlio c|uoatlon of horns of service for summer luCmthB, m n m The. Camp Fire girls are called to D'coi In the liidiPR parlor of Wi'.Kley churcil tomorrow at the ciofii; of the Hilili! school. A matter of ;;riMit im porlauce to each girl is to l)e disicuss-ed. iiig money liy ttii' various ihrinters. At llic concliiHlnn oflhf lucetiUK a lull' oi'lliaiiks was mnv" !)> Mrs. I^ie-Vi'lier. ^(u'ondcMl by .Mrs \V. 11, Holt jud iiffi-red to .Mrs. Ilnrli.inan hy Mr.^ ("onybeare. ri'�ent of thi .M;iJor Jaci: Uoiiri Cliuplor, I.O.lJ.B. � *" �  Tlif; folIiAvltfK Wore -urd'.i.-^fnl in |)assinK the tlomo Nursni'r ::iniiu;i-tinn In eonnectlbn witii St .lohns aiu-Imlanrc DrlKado: Mrv lle:;ney. MIssos Tilley. M. Mi'i-iilioi]. .\rm-slrong, lUu'litinun, Woni!. {Jow. Kuw-den and A. Uawden. .\ divi.uiun of the St. ,lohns Ambulap. � HiiKado ov-crseas will likely lie. ';m:uied tills nioiilli. All moiiibers of Alapl'-.\'o. 7,- (). S., and ' Loili;e No- M. A.K. and (lUfisted to nieut at lb'-rooms tills evening a! the purpose of Bpendini; iiig Willi brother and siv' ulio are ieuving the cilv 1.1'.if t'linpter I l.cihliridiL;'.' arc re-.Milsoilir" club N '-',11 (Mil. for 1 soriul even-r Ii. \V. l,on:; -U.'mbv.'rs of tlES ISI TEL RUEAGENOW Cannof R.sc.ipe the Eternal Quch-tion on Kegi.slration Day, Juno 22m\ ' The DaiiglitWK and Maids of Em.: land are lioldliig (in icu creani social at the home of Mrs. liiniiiiiij. II!) ir.ir. i ('(.aldalc clLaptor cordiallv mviied. Kt. north on Wednesday next tlie l!iti: insl. Tills Is not for inenibers nIonv pairs oi' tan, balance^ iu black. Sizes 6 to 6%. Ptegi' ular 11,75.;,, ~ . . ; r',, ' A^ter Supper Sale - - - -; - iS: CO. Ladies' Home Journal Patterns Specialists in Corsets, and Hosiery CRYSTAL DAIRY Represents an Attention toi^ the Most Careful Sanitary Requirements It is pasteurized, clarified apd bottled uridei- the .most sanitary conditions. It is critically watched from farm to consumer, and is right when you get it. You'll find it the most nourishing food for children and grownups. Pasteurized milk ^eeps sweet longer than raw milk. Ev^ry bottle of our milk is deliciously creamy and i healthful. Use it exclusively whenever milk is required-for cooking or'drinking. While you're thinking of it, call Phone 1576 and leave your order to have itvdelivered regularly. CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 The fidlowing arti/l" w ill' s!iipn(!d from J.ethbridge brain Ii 'if tlie Red Cross to Calgary, June I'.iii. ttUS: ISii suits pyjamas, 12G 2 bandkenlii, ]>, 120 head bandages, .)() T bandar--;. surgical socks, 24 amputation lu'iv.-,. ;',2 pneumonia jackets. 27G biinli'is. IS many-tailed bandages, nVfi. inv. .Os, in.S bath lowolH, 208 socks, 72 kh.ilu slings, 240 i pc^rsoiial projierly bags, l.s ber jiau I covers, lO.S trench cap.s. :M u'ard .shoes. ! 12 fomentation wringei-.^ . l.s amputa-j tion slings, 2 scarfs I'mal :!,4.'!fi 1 articles. Mis, McKil! ftO^^OOO^O* A moat enjoyable e\ inning was spent on Wednesday at iii" lioine 01' .Mrs. -Toseiih Miller in,honor of l-'te. Wiw. Linning, who has jn-it returned from the front badly wounded. A most del-i icious diunur was si'ivcd. Dancing and games were 1 nuiyiKl. ^liss Prentice served the u-.i. while Aliss jM. Linning helped to make the even-iiig very enjoyable v.iib music. Mr. and Mr.s. Miller, wlio liave two sons at the front, Pte. ,1 .Miller and Sgt, A. Miller, gave, to.ists to "The lioyi^ at the Front." The evening came to a close with cheers for Pte. Linning, also hearty tliiiiil;s to Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Miller, ending with "God .Save Our Splendid Men." Xexi Saturday. .Tune 2'-nd. rdglstia-tion diiy. is going lo lie a sud day lor the ladle.s from Hi and up. l'"or on tlial date the Indies will have to tell their really truly ages lo llie, deputy le'i;!."! rai s, Tluit was the iDformatimi gathered this morning from .Mrs, Skel-lon. wlin 1,-1 In charge, of the liootli at tlie posr oflire wliei'e rcclstrntlorn curds and inforiiial ion are being liauded Dili in advance. .\!r^, Kkelioi) suys .-ilie is w.Ti-niug , the iiiilies who ask her tliHl liupiudant j ((iie�ii(rn that iliey must tell llie truth as there is a lieavy fine for any nils- inforniiillon given the deputies, Sho also s:iys .t^Ue is Inisy handing lUit cards. Very few of llie larger firms In the I'll;, have' as .vet secured cards for their employiM^y, to (111 out, but It Is expected there will lie .a riisli at tile beginning of llie week. FJy taklnK till' cards home and filling t.liein out much lime eaii he saved at tlve heetliH on regl-itration day. The cards may all be tilled out with the exception of the signature wliicli must he inade be-lore llie deputy registrar who Is re- has seen the applicant, sign his or lier name. '\'\n- cards iiiiist also be rilled out iu Ink. The (dly i.-j mil of deinify regis^ti'ar.s i today, and a niceting is In progress at ! the V..M.t'..\. tills arternoon wlien ; (ieorge I'orfr, chief registrar for tlie; l.clllhridge roil."litiieilcy will e.\pUiii\| to his ilepiitie:j their dulies 011 Hutiir-; day next. ; Kervlngfi, place dough on slightly lloured hiiard. pal to tlireu fonrtlia Inch I hichiK'ss. aiul cut as for bis-ciill, ir a large siiorlcalj^ is wtiiUed. place dough in well-greased biHc\l\t tin iiiid pat lo desired thickn.ess. These Kliortcake.-* are tight and tender. The addition of an egg increases the lightness. The acid taste of -barley may be overcome by using one-foui'tii teaspoon of soda dissolved In 1 cup of li(|iiid. The flavor of oat and corn i.-i especially good.  Do, not split those cakes. Pile strawberries or otiier friiii, on short-c.ike. Add whipped cream. If desired, and serve. Tliesft shortcakes can be used instead of pie criiat In a great variety or desserts. AUSTRO-GEUMAN i TENSION INCREASES Amsterdam. June 15.-On the \ Amsterdam Bourse the journey of Baron Burian, the Austro-Hungar-ian foreinn minister to Berlin is connected with the tension ^ in AuBtro-German affairs. It is believed that the tension now has becoine more critical. Austrian exchange receded a full point on the Bourse Friday. At "The Bay" From 7.00 to 9.30 p.m. No. C.O.D. No Approvals or Phone Orders on These. r. >: > O -J O  � BRAN COOKIES. ? V Cream together 1-2 cup butter. 2-r. cup brown sugar, add 2 well-heateii eggs and :'. tablespoons or milk. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1 cup white flour. 2 1-2 ciip.s bran sifted with 2 teaspoons baking powder. Add 1-2 cup choppeil luisins or dates. Roll I'-l Inch thick, hake in a iiuick oven until delicately browned. STEAMER BURNS; NO LOSS OF LIFE, Prince Alligrt. B. C. June  IT).-The .Seattle cannery steamer Itavalll. for sottlli east Al- _ aska points, burned ;if. Low inlet yosterd.iy. The fire originated in sDontanoous combustion from the cargo of coal. Tiiero. WHS no los.s of lite. I : Whoii the blaze was discovcfr > ed the vessel was rushed to ? Low Inlet wharf and all ou board, includlutc Asiatic Can : uery hands, a few dozen whito ? paaftengors and the crew, to-: tailing eighty persons, were : safely landed. Soon afterwnrd.i : while, the ship was hejng : beached, the forward batch : was blown off and the entire : vessel became a mass of ? flames and burned to the wa-: ler',s edge. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .j. .;. .;. .;. c : ? it WEDDINGS L.,;.;L;i;:,i::, S.MITH-COLLlf'JR. At Si. Baniaba.i church, the 12lh day ot June, 1!)1' ? WHEATLESS SHORTCAKES ? ? AND CHEESE TARTS, '> : : {. .;. .;. .> .> .> .^ .;. .> .> ^ I By Katherino Wicker,) Wheatless Shortqakes, These shortcakes don't behave, or look or taste Just like wheat-flour shortcake's, but why should ihoy? They are good enough to travel ou Ihclr own merit. Barley With Corn Flour or Oats'. . 1 cup Ikpild. (i tablespoons fat. G teaspoons baking powder. 1 teaspoon salt., 1 table.spooii sugar. 2 cups barley flour. 1 1-3 cups corn flour, or 1 X-2 cups rolled oats. Corn and Ground Rolled Oats. 1 cup llquW, . 4, tahloKpoons fat. ' .6 teaspoons baking powder. 1 toaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon sugar. ! 1 1-H t'ups corn flour, '1 1-2 cups ground rolled oats.. Mix dry ingredients, ctu In (he fat, nil add the liquid. Tht5 dough won't iitloTt togethpr.,llJce wheat flour and It ia impossible., tio lift ii largfo cako r,froj)i Ijoi^rd tjf]i'.,j)an,^ if/)r individual THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Get The Artists and the ONE Instriiment They Endorse No matter what gramophone you purchase you will soon be purchasing Victrola Records because the Victrola alone has the largest number of and greatest Artists-the Artists you will want. So why not buy the Victrola at the start? It stands to reason that the Victrola will play its own records better than Mi!! �ny other insiriiment. We can offer you-any Victrola at lowest prices and lowest iiossible terms. . � You should have every selection iu this choice list of Victor Record.s.' 64l!37-Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark Gluck ti-1484-Pagliaccl (Oix with the Play) Alartinelli-74557-Proch's Air and Variations' " Galll-Cura). 74503-Ave Maria .Ta.scha lieifetz 744,S-La Bohomo -(My Name is Mimi) Alda' G4181~.Mofher iMachree i\IeCprjaacli;i MASON RlQrw LKMITEEi , BALMORAL BLOCK, .LETHBWDGE .<.!.*'^*V� American / Dentistry OUR RECORD-, Each of US a graduate ot America's foremost Dental Colleges, with many years of subsequent practleal exporlonce. OUR ACHIEVEMENT- A dental practice condiictetl failhfully and honestly with regard to the actual i-equlrements only, ot each patient, - OUR REWARD- Public eonfldeuco and esteem, and the teBtlmony of our patientu, that- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry * PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOQE, ALBEI^TA . CALGARY OFFICE-li5A EIGHTH AVENUE E.' EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRiSTALL BLOCK. Sunshades for Sunny Sunday AT EXCEPTIONAL PRICES 2-t Parasols. Regular OC^ ttr.c, for ,.............. �tOC at) Parasols, Regular | $1.75, tor ............ l.^if 48 I'arasols. Regular � OQ $2.r,i), for............. \�Oi3 24 I'arasol.'!. Regular o fjfk $n.no; for............. In as many different colors -| and designs. 10 only, Jap Mats, size 27x54. To dear at 19c 6 only, Congoleum Rugs, size 27x54. Reg. $2.50, for....., $2.19 11 only, Glass Berry Bowls. Special at.., 29c To Ensure a Cool and Comfortable Night MEN'S FINE WHITE ENGLISH COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS Extra light weight. Sizes 15 to 18. Regular n.50. I |A Special at ........ l�*If A VERY SMART White Repp Skirt Regular $2.00, for $1.19 Keep the Little Ones Cool We have a line of very dainty Children's Jap Crepe Kimonas. i .Tust the thing for wearing to , lounge about in the house when it's too hot to play joutdoors. Very prettily ^embrolderedi with Japanese floral, .designs., Sizes 4 to 10 yMn. Colors are rose, pink and ukf, Regular to < SATURDAY NIGHT Our Shoe Department Off ers Two Extra / LAOIEIS'h OONGOLA KID BLUCHERCUT^OOTS, with, pktenf leather toe. Aletliuni height tops. A splendid boot for the growing girl. Sizes 2% to 5. Special <} OA/ at ..... i^'Q^ BOYS' TENNIS SHOES In black only. Will give excellent'wear. Suitable tor boy or girl. Sizes 1 to Gi � I' O C Special at ...'......... i��0 "Sweets to the Sweet" Finest Peanut Brittle, n m Pound ................. Mv? Cowan's Vx lb. Cake OA^ Bating Chocolate, each aUC '^Smokes to the Smokers" Tins of Players' Cigarettes -r50 in tin. Regular CC-' 750 lor VDC "WiUiifni Pitt" brand Cigars. Regular 3 tor 25c. Sat-'ftrday night, 5 lor ,,.., mUC .J/f. lb. tins "Royal Mint" Tobueoo, Regular Oc. 5^�turday night f....... I JfC HUDSON'S BAYCOMPANY I ;