Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 44

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 48
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r PAGE Fount EEN THE OAILYIEKALD MAY A Practical Housekeeper LLOYD GE0KGE Wife of the Premier of Great ff e o Every member of a luia an equal claim on tho family the instttu vjiiEt nni ouiia to national larder has all tho inhabitants of the realm isifo the bonds of one great one common It has placed us all on the same mado aa we never did be that our inter est 3 und responsibilities are identical that if wo enjoy aq ua vre must be jre to make equal sacri LLOYD to do with only halt our customary and frequently to go without My The morning milk IB n thing of the our milk not being delivered wf have dlecarrtert mill puddings alto but there arc plenty of recipe for tasty No Reclpt look My book of recipes laughing Jy I have I try to ahlft an bent I Hverr experienced householder known how to meet the little etnerneneies of domestic It Is surprising how one accustomed to new conditions If one makes up ones mind to moke the best of We have nil been shaken out of the old but we soon learned to accommodate ourselves to new con Successful housekeeping in wartime with Its limitations depends j as It did in times of peace and upon the exercise of forej thought and i And does the same apply to the scarcity of fatsbutter and mnrgnrj for instance j I Ah There you touch upon what j has so far been one of the housewifes greatest The ration of these foods in no espec1 inlly for the bulk of the families where j there are who usually con surae larpe quantities of broad and j a wise mother tven in such meet the j least to a considerable pro vjding a variety of food or dishes as j In my own case we have on occasion nm sitort and been put to j but things are never j improved by i Every member of a household has equal claim on the family I the institution of what practically amounts to a national larder has j brought all the inhabitants of the realm into the bonds of one great one common It j has placed us all on the same made us as we never did be that our interests and responsibilities are identical that if we enjoy equal privileges we must be Own April farmers are wearing a smile by the sev eral dandy showers we have been having since Tuesday Gar dens are springing up and crops are looking fine The weather man is showing signs of still more Our boys left Monday morning for Calgary hftve returned home on a fourteen days all having passed tlie medical board successfully but Leonard Rlrie had one leg not fit but all others came under Class All are in good Ida Wood left on Mondays train i Mr a summers visit with hor puronta in Forsrth left Friday for Lake City whore ho will place hlntnelf iqjrter The Sftlety Sisters stient a will Mnrfiot 1nl ftier on Dalftfy wtt to thirty left on Wednesday mofnfng for their home fn Idaho Thence stoddard win Jolft his regiment at a csrap in Word has juat been receivedan nouncing themarriage ot Miss Verda i popular Magralh girl who has been spending the winter In Lo to a well known Logan Congratula Mrs formerly Miss Hat tie Dudley of has arrived from her home In Idaho to spend a fow months with her and Dudley Perfedt Coffee Perfectty La is tKe Title of a booklet tJhich we have fosuea to enable Host frafirahl to are tWtiMntiltrto tttt perfect cup of rfcAf and tKe rtgfrf to make TKit hoW to MtitcJ free If ycu 94 CHASE SSANBORN MONTREAL tnd of Brand IJoyd George is the i kind of who is readily inter With Fingers Cornsjjft Off f Doesnt hurt a bit to lift corn or callus right Try For a levr cents you can get a stnnil bottle of the drujj freezone re cently discoveredby a Cinj clranati Just ask at any drug for a small bottle of Apply a tew drops upotf a ach ng or cAllas and in stantly all sorenass disap pears und shortly you will find tho corn or callus so loose iliaKyou lift It off the Just think Not one bit of pain before applying Ireki3ono or It Idoarmt ovetf Irritate the surrounding soft corns or corns between the also hYrdered calluses on bottom of shrivel up land fall off without hurt ring a It almost Keep a tiny hot tie on the and never leta cr callus acfae life and rltaMty of the nation just now and because in War time personal likes and to be forgotten for the sake of the common the wife of the great little Prime Minister of the British consented to be Interviewed on the food question by a representative of the New York Lloyd Georgn was discovered In retreat nt Plus as every Welshman Is the coun try home ot the situated at North very cam to of Mediterranean blue skies and golden set In the grim Welsh It is Nestling in a secluded hollow In the heart of tho Lleyn sheltered on sldSs by open only to the breezes of Carnarvon and wide expanse of moor land bounding tho this old j Welsh that inscribed I i the gray stone portals the date 11607 and bears a timeworn coatof farms invites rest fron al the worries of public If I may be permitted to say our house is a difticult one to arrange for in thematterof said IJloydGeorge to her We seldom know or how will be sitting at our table for breakfast or and certainly not for Still there are For oar butchers bill has been reduced to about onehalt what it used to Lloyd George Is the of a poor least a comparatively poor Britain does not pay her The national kitchen scheme Is an j I excellent which should be applied H economizes labor and mon1 The saving in coal and gas alone must be very Then the food chief Interests are her a in prlnrt But because the food prob lem Is 10 closely interwoven with the provided is as well as and certainly far cheaper than is frequently the case in many workj ingclass A good and substan tlal meal can be obtained from the kitchen 1 should about half what it would cost at I have opened several of these com munal kitchens in the East End of as well as in other and I think they are very A satisfying dinner ot any two or three kinds of meat and boiling be provided at fourpence or The one draw back is that there is no means provid ed for conveying the hot food from the communal kitchen to the family but every purchaser has to take his Not Pavor It I would uot favor travel lingkitchens for the You see the conditions ot townand country life are essentially What I would like to see would bo to make i the schoolgarden in elementary schools The schoolgarden could grow all its own vegetables the training in horticulture would be good for the and the training in cook ery at least equally good for the girls while the children could be supplied with a substantial meal at a cost of j a penny per I opened a schoolj kitchen in a country district before the I which became I while charging only a penny per George agrees with Lord Rhon dda iu discouraging the making of Premiers at the same rate as she does for she She learned her economy in the hardest of the middleclass on limited and with a large There arc few secrets in hounekeeping that she can be She understands and sympathizes thoroughly with the housewife of She in en joying the same Asked in what other articles besides meat she had experienced a she replied The most I should are coal and We have been restricted in the use of ooal since That made a difference In our cooking arrange and had to be very econom as regards we have HighGrade American IX OUR PRACTICE we have no meth ods or appliances that are not com mon to and obtainable by other mein 1 f rs of our Yet we have the largest practice by of any dentist or dmtists in the and for its con iluct we maintain three There is a reason for Onr early training in the best American Colleges is a Another very cogent point It the admit ted fact Dentistry As We Practne It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge OFFICEH15A EIGHTH AVfNUC EPMONTON a childrens must be our Milk Is essentially tlin children first as they are our future Milk for the children should be thp first charge upon our If a sufficiency of milk for fpotl can be of the sur plus should be utilized for butter or cheese I fear the children in our country villages ara now being deprived of the milk they were ac customed to the farmers taking or sending their milk for Hale to the I think the children in tlia locality where tho milk is produccu should have tho first SHOULD N01 May committee on the state the represent ing the general assembly of the Presbyterian Church in has Issued a manifesto declaring its strong conviction that conscription should not be made In any way de pendent on Home to which the Church iii Ireland has always been earnestly The manifesto says the committee is con vinced that it would be ruinous for Ireland and supremely dangerous for Jho whole and that it would be simply disastrous to go back on tho pledges given by prominent members of the Govern ment in an attempt to bring the loyal people Ulster under a system to which they are conscientiously and determinedly QUEENS UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Mechanical lad Klectrkiil HOME STUDY Arts Course by with one yeari atteiidejice or four Sekool THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR The Royal Store Ladies Wear The Balance of This Well Known Stock Will be Put on Sale in the Dominion Block DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE GRAHAM GARAGE STREET S TUESDAY MAY 14th BE THERE at 9 oclock ON TIME THIS STOCK HAS BEEN SOLD AT A LOW RATE ON THE DOLLAR AND THE PURCHASERS HAVE TURNED THE WHOLE CONSIGNMENT OVER TO WADDINGTON TO CONVERT INTO THE PUBLIC CAN BE ASSURED OF SECURING IMMENSE AS THE GOODS WILL BE MARKED AT SUCH LOW PRICES AS TO ENSURE ITS SPEEDY Here Are a Few Items of Study These Prices and be on Hand Morning AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES In georgette channuese and to Really less than 15SUITS Serges and Wonderful values to Buy one of RAINCOATS To appreciate these you must 1 ff see to Be prepared for the Its HOSIERY at at at at at to Stock up on 45c 65c 85c Conservative Good for business and everyday All wool lining uncl Many tfhndea and assorted sizes from 35 to Values and Choice WHiTEWEAR IMiddics and Skirts Bach Corset Covers and extra Kach Reads like a fairy EXTRA s Wash 15 Values up to Going Truth is stranger than FRENCH KID GLOVES Perrlns Hogular Salo Kayser Sato Kayser Sale These will go ffrst 55c Makes Auction Sale Bargains Look SPRING COATS AND AUTO COATS Assortment to Just you The Greatest Ever Offered to L TUESDAY MORNING AT 9 ;