Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ FRIDAY NOVEMBP^n 1..19)R PAGE SEVEN^ WHAT MAY I SERVE? Food Board Answers The Question Tliat Arises Every Day Where Women Foregather at Patriotic Teas and * Entertainments - . (Buy a Victory Bond) Do the food laws for public eating placoa govern patriotic teas and all entertainments where refreshments are served? Yea. They apply to all public en-tertainmonts, lawn socials; bazaars, lea meetings; public luncheons, dinners, picnics, fairs, club and fraternal societies' moetlnga; private and semi-private luncheons, dinners, parties and picnics where food is served to fifteen or more people other than members of the family. Is a license required before lood can be served at any of these gatherings? No. Is the Food Board opposed to the eerving of refreshments at patriotic entertaininonts? The Food Board lays down, no hard and fast rales on the subject, but believes in every woman exercising common sense and good judgment in this matter. Can sandwiches he served at all? Yes, any time except between 11.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. g Wliat can be served in plac?of sand- Tviches? As it.is only la the middle of the tlay that they are 'taboo, there should \ be no difficulty on this score. Salad, chicken, fish or eggs, with substitute breads, give plenty of variety and adequately nil the bill. May bread be served as a garnish? Only with poached eggs. Can white bread be served without a substitute being put on the table as well? No. Substitutes must always accompany white bread when served at any kind of public function. Where can recipes be secured for the use of substitutes? Write to the Food Board for Its bread-making booklet, enclosing five cents for.�same. Clip tlie papers for recipes. How much butter ipay each guest have? Halt an ounce is the allowance, although an additional half-ounce may be given if asked for. What are the meat restrictions. Beet and veal may only be served at the evening meal on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Only one helping Is allowed to each guest. When' can bacon be served? Any time. The pork restrictions have been removed. What about sugar? Here a hostess has to fitep' warily. ^0 ^mn (Hvin I waited 'Mr a car ' At Shrapnel corner, m m As It's called in my town. There is a Shrapnel corner In every town; � � Where 80ldler,i; sit; Sick, shaking, �- * m Blind, aheil-sliocked, Armless, legless, � SoUUera! .-.r � , It rends the heart, M * It freezes thought! What can we do? Not much, hut somelhlne' W � We can Save � � � And Sacrifice 9 W K And bny Victory Bonds! .. '� Fill the nation's pur.se v;i iS> That she may pay the debt � * We owe the soldiers' I" * * That she may make 41 iji * Their sacrifice worth while � � Rise strong lu Victory'. � * That's what we can do! # * A small thing, but it helps! VlCIiS OF TL Several Die-185 Cases Kepori-ed-DoctorH Have Recovered Buy Victory Bonds! -H. C. Canada Food Board. Licence No. 18-*4>. "'' ' At Once! Stops Stomach Distress! Indigestion pain, ifood souring, acidify, gas, aiad lieartburn go instantly'! (Pleasant relief i !\Von'der what you atg jto iipsefl 5'our stomach ? ' ^ (Don't b'othci:'! Here Is reliell iThe moment Pape's Diapepsirf reaches your unsettled stomach all the lumps of indigestion pain, sourness, gases, acidityj headache and, dyspepsia go. Rar, where his father and sisters who survive him Btil) reside. The unfortunate young man had b;itched in the west for nine years, and at the time of his death lived iilone, which very probably, was due to his becoming ill before his neigli-bors, who did everything possible for (I'm, learned of his illnesB. A private funeral was conducted cn Saturday to St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs. Jackson'* Death One of the greatest shocks the residents of this district have received lor many years, was that of learning that on Saturday morning last the .Jackson family had received the sad [ :iew.� from their brother Sir. ICdwInj .l;ick.ron, of Begina, of Ifie death of uis wife, which occurred at 'thefr-home on Haturday morning, the cause of. the death being pnBumonia follov?-ins influenza. The family here had not known of the illness of their sister-in-law. 'I'he deceased was most favorably known i.nA highly esteemed by so many of the town and district, having boon born and raised liere, being the | daughter of the late Mr. Laughlin Bell | and Mrs. Bell who were of the earl-j lest settlers here. At the time of Mrs. .Tackson's marriage she v/as matron of tho Memorial Hospital, and many patients of that instltntlon �will recall her proficiency in her profession and her kindness of heart. She was always affectionately spoken of as Mary Bell and since her marriage as Mary Bel! Jackson. Be.^lde.t her husband, mother and sistera, n little son Harold, only five months old is left to mourn. Mrs. Laugiilln Bell and two of her dauj?htnrs, who of late years have resided at Plvpfton, Ont., i^ere at the tluit! of Mr.s. .lac! without staining. Made in Canada.: Get. a generous ihe bottle from your drtiggist tQday. Sloan's jlj^ The mi*|d s Liniiineoi CUT DOWN COPFEE POF^TIONS e, Berlin! If Portland.-The morning cup of cot: tee Is about to shrink. Tho food administration today received word from Washington that the size of coffee portions must be cut to the minimum, and] that, none may be wasted. i To supply the nation with coffee' $500,000 tons of shipping were used last year. Some of this shipping must now be taken for w.ar purppses. Also, every cup of coffee requires jtf por-. tion of sugar and sugar must be saved.! The order comes from the United i States Sugar Equalizing Board, which I has charge of the coffee situation. NOVEMBER 30 THE DATE Ottawa, Oct. 31.-Tho minister of the interior has been autiiorlzed to, make Nov. SO, 1918, a set date from! which to calculate the increased r^te [ of interest on all arrears of principal and Interest on school land sales, provided the arrears are not paid by Dec. 31, IdiH. The rale of Interest was increased last sessioh from five to seven per cent. Some doubt had arisen, howevor, as tr, tlie date from which the increased rate is to be charged. Turkey has had enough! Driven out of Egypt, chased through Palestine, his grip on Mesopotamia gone, the "unspeakable Turk" is poweness except to massacre Armenians. His faith in Wilhelm is shattered--Wilhelmi who claimed special influence with Allah! Wilheim who called the British soldier's a "contemptible little army";-who said the United States could never raise an effective fighting force; who promised the U-Boat ampaign was going to bring England to her knees. So the hopes of Turkey in Europe vanish; an inglorious chapter--a history draws to a fitting close. , The men who swear by the beard of the Prophet lay down their arms to the men who swear by a rea/sh^ve. ^ Turkey-aye,' and Germany, too-should have known better than to pit their strength against ten million men who own and use Gillette Safety Razors-keen disciples of the shaven chin. Bulgaria gone; and Turkey gone! Tlie stoutest hearts in Germany and Austria may well quail before a combined foe which calmly whips out thousands of Gillette3 and ^SHAVES before the charge! S�2 r -1, PLANri PRAIR;IE -- ROCK BOTTOM PRIcks Patterson, McKinnon & Bell Union Bank Building Lethbridge 011 Wii SI C30+./?