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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta " V\GE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 11ER\LD SATURDAY. MAY II. 1018 A ink Practical Housekeep 3] MRS. LLOYD GEORGE Will' of (iie Premier of Great Britain. fi.i-ijy L-.rui-r. liio liiKtltu- . gather, but there, are plfnly of recipe? for tasty snbstltules. No Recipe Book "My book of roclp�s?" she l.iuphing-ly tnqiilrcd. "l have no book, t try to shift as best I con. Bvery experienced houRpholrter ku,owB how to meet the IKtlfi enierRcncie? of donieatlc life. I'. Is iurprlsiiig how one Rct.^ arcustomcri to new conditions if one makes up one's mind to mnke the best of thinK.s. We have all been plinkon out of the old grooves, but we soon learned lo accommodntu ourselves to new con-dfctons. Successful Juiusckeopinp: in �war-time -with its llniltations dopenrts Ir.rpclj. as it did in times of peace and l)Ieuly, upon the exercise of forethought and system." 'And do'^5 the same apply to the scarcity of fat.s- butter and marKar-Ine. for instance?" "Ah' There you touch upon what ha'! so far been one of the housewife'.^ greatest diV'.'icultio';. The ration of these in sniail. no doubt. es))ec-ially tor the bulk of the families whcrt iherc are children, who usually ion sume hirg-o quuntities of bread and j bull dr. Still, a wise mother can. even ; in such ca.'e. meet the difficulty-at i least to a considerable extent-by pro- ' vidins a variety of food or dishes as ] sub:'titutes. In my own case we have ' on occasion run siiori and been put to , incouvenieuco. but things are never ' improved by grumbllnjr. "Every member of a household has j an oqual claim on tlie family larder. | and the institution ot what practically j amounts to a national larder has ; brought all the inhabitants of the J realm into tlie bonds of one great ! fauiily. one common brotherhood. It ' has placed us all on the same tooting. ' made us realize, ns we never did be- j fore, perhaps, that our interests and : responsibilities are identical; that it v,-e enjoy equal privileges wo must be prepared to mak^ equal sacrifices. "The notional kitchen scheme is an | e.tcellont one. whicli should be applied | to all great centers of population. It: economizes time, food, labor and mon-1 �o c.u;.^-.. ,u.v,>uv^u T"!'^ '''"�'"S 'o^' sas alone] llff and vitality of the nation just now | T""Jje yer.v great. Then the food ; ^--------------------------1 f provided is belter, as well as better, cooked, and certainly tar cheaper than j GEf GOOD RAIN (From Oui� Own (-orrwDoniltnll .Magrat'h, April 10.--Ml farmers are wnarlng a smile caused by the flev-_ eral dandy showers we have been havlnj; since Tuesd'ay night. Gardens are .springing up luid crops nro looking fine now. The weather man is showing signs of still more storm. Our boys that left Monday morning tor Calgary have returned homo on n tourloon days' leave, all having puasod the medical board successfully but one. Leonard Rirlo had one leg not fit but all others came under Class A". .Ml are in goml spirits. Ilia \Yood loft ou Monday's train for a summer's visit with her parents in Idaho. tien. ,1. Vorsyth lofl. Friday morning for Siilt Lake City whore he will place tiimao.lf under a^ doctor's* care. The Kplief 9l)|Clety Sisters Kpont a plpRnnnt ftflernobn with Harriot Tnl-iner on Wertnasday. Dalnfy lunch w�8 served to thirty guests. Mr. nml Mrs. r. \V. Stoddard .7r'. left on 'Wednesday morning for their Itome In Idaho  Thence Mr. Stoddard will join Ilia U. S. roglmottt at a camp lu Cnliforuln. "Word has just been received announcing tho marriage ot Miss Verda Turner, n popular Magralh girl who has been spending the winter lu Logan. Utah, to iMr. C. E. Laraon, a well known Logan hoy. Congratulations. Mrs It. Emmolt, formerly Miss Tint-tio Dudley of Mngrath, has arrived from her homo in Idaho to spend a few months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dudley ' �^^ I ^ ��nil �III -��IWBIII iiiiim I "Perfect Co|fee Perfectly? is tKe Title of a Booklet x^hicK we Vinvo issued to enable tliosa � ^vho cnjo3> delicious, fragrant coffee, to alvJa:j� Knva it. ^^There are t^d essentials to tKe perfect cup of coffee-/Ae right coffee and the right uJaJn lo make it. Thi� bookUl t.lls Ko* to Kayo Aort. Moiled fcco If you xJrlte 104 CHASE & SANBORM . MONTREAL filender* and Roastt^rs of "Seal Grand** Coffee I vi'fv.'ed. A homo-loviug woman, an un-fasiiionable woaian. a woman whoso chief Interests' are her husband, her children and her kitchen, she has no great desire to have her name appear! in prints Hut becau.'se the food prob lem is so closely interwoven -with the and because In War time personal likes and dislikes have to be forgotten for the sake ot the common good, the wife of the groat little Prime Minister of th(� British Isles consented to bo interviewed on the food question by a representative of the .Vow York Sun. *|* I Mrs. Lloyd Georgi- was discovered i In retreat nt I'Ihs Hen. which, as is frequently the case in many work- j ing-dass homes. A goo* and substan-' ^ tial meal can be obtained from the i^ommunal kitchen at. I should say, I about half what it would cost at home, I liave opened several of these communal kitchens in the End of Lcndon. as well as in other areas, and > ? ? ? ? ? egi