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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED by MARION HARLAND horny-handed sons of toil. For six days -j in-, the -nreofe -wall builder and hia do not eat a. hot morsel from breakfast uaiil supper. And as Intelli- dietitians are warning people who not found it out themselves cold food lies less easily upon the .stomach than warm. That imperious orgaa vill into "ormit' action ov food convenient for it In the matter of tem- perature. Cold bread may be more wholesome than hot. It is assuredly palatable, spread evenly and not thick- Of with' really good butter, h is deli- to the hungry eater and nutritious. Provided always that It be light through- out and made of right materials. we pride ourselves in this generation not abundant upon the growth in true humanity man- _ ,in abolition of the torture for criminals and other inge- "f T water." The phrase v.-as patent. students of hygiene shudder at the idea of growth and bJ'.what might called a library paste regimen.1' The .tender stomach -was plastered nan -three times a having been first into torpidity by copious ingr. of cold water. Are we so much wiser today that we inay cast a aione upon the tomb of judge or parent who went to his final award 100 years-ago? Our wall builder may survive the din- ner he tiftt.es to jSeld.or roadside with him. gulpins: it, down when he is tired hot and dirty, aiid deluging with a cloying beverage a diaphragm alreadv taxed to the utmost of endurance, live to a.tolerably hale old age: "-J3is active life in the open air. lone duvs of healthful ezercise of brawn aid joints. ain never hungry, at noou.'" I one day last summer. Having oc- casion to speafc. to a man -who was building a stone v.-ail on the hill j-aokput- upon Jake and-mpuh- tain, I found'liirn at his' "dinner.'- That what he called it, as he wiped his, mouth with the' back 'a, '.iairy' fist and scrambled to his feet, despite my Entreaty that he would not disturb him- self by rising." midday meal was order t.at its upbn_a bfe hirafc of the Wackest g'nser- bread mine eyes ever betielS. at was as as my two flsts: it-was flanked'b> a lump of cheese and an, qbiong..of cold salt pork. Thick buttered bread lay beyond the 'array., and" a brown stone mug supported a oblong of "apple pic. I without a second look, that the pallid green fining was inclosed by leathery "rarclly pastry." (.Save .they that .the -mug- held a 'piri.t of the sweet" cid-er he' told'" come. S she had copiea.. it was neath- and cor- rectly done, and in paying" for if I added, words of well-earned praise "i am glad It suits said the flushing with pleasure. "This r-as been a hard week at school, and L had to sit up until 1 o'cl-ock this morning to nnisn It, The flush left her. so pate that I re- proached her gently for overwork en- joining upon her the absolute necessity o? taking care of her health for her mother's sakr. "You should sleep seven hours a night, and eat three nourishing meals a day." by a sudden thousbt- will you have for luncheon to- day, for example? Can you get any- thing nourishing- in the school She brightened up: "I don't "any- thing more than the luncheon I "take from home. Mother'puts it up with her she knows just what "With pnd'eful love, she unclasped the morocco case that looked like a bound -back "Everyday Fare." not ashamed TO carry a book in the street car. It would have been a humiliation to carry a basKet or box containing food lor ifte body. The luncheon was daintily Wer- then in a The noon-day meal ot ver-v thln h.ani sand- Y1 tn" a ef piocoiat- eclairs. A tiny box of cream chocolate completed tbs menu. of dismay rushed to my tongue, by a timely recollection of the "dear hands T" I re- marked upon the tasteful arrangement of the eatables, Then I could not help 'And in very cold day? vou can set a. bowl of broth in the'rettau- rant. I hear that better kept "than that .in most schools." p Inan She -was doing up her -parcels "T think indifferently, "i never g-o teo it., for I am never hungry at noon. Lra? edf off the She got to dnnk at luncheon time. Viced was answer. a cooler of generous dimensions at our service." -if "As week -.upon bread an'd escaped fleeted that he had been sittin back to the His replv liof a it my fun-loving soul. far the matter or" that; we these parts ain't rnuchfsot __ iilto .Wlt or sweet fern, 'ou hour in his shadv' nook nious cruelties that were reckoned just and expedient in the administration of justice by our We do not to count among these- the diet of bread arid water to which prisoners followed by Ion- nig-hts of the sweet sleep of the laboring man, go far to-i ward counteracting the iniquitous diet J.urn ,we. .as a contrast, to the high- school girl, had three bread and she might- eke out tfce inadequate in- IMPORTANT NOTICE .S 'of the nu-niber of tetters .sent to the -Exchange, I must ask contributors limit their- com- jnunicatiotis to WO words, except in cases of formulas or recipes which require space. I want all correspondents to have a showing in the Corner, and if my request in thin resjicct is compKGd with, it toiil be possi- ble to vrint many more letters. Mrs, w. T. fBruce This is the first answer returned to i-i-e inquiry for a formula, for maklntr queriste 't over of oyr correspondent to ..he efficacy of change In curing hav fever agrees so well with what f have for our limits T cull extracts that are'full of sound reasoning. practical advice to Chicago based upon the writer's own experience iri that city, will fellow when can make room for it Her letter IB in direct reply to a request for in- formation vital subject, pub- lished some weeks back. A lung specialist telis me that when per- sons-lil with -tuberculosis so west without Jimple means or friends their chances of tfettine- wt-1! are not so good as ir stayed st home. It is unresieaabU to T'OSe that climate alone csr> euro a man when hft fs nor ah'e to provide himself food, rest and The of the iourriay and of adjustment to new is not a small consideration. It :s especially serious if the patient must hunt for j.lace in to stsy in the face dis-c.t'Uragine wndltlons, an.i when he to be resting frcm the effects of the upon -'his system. idt-a. that tlw Rrct breath nir will aot ay an elixir, under the influence or which tin; traveler may forthwith litp'n to fup- is utterly -erring, if he as to the place: in which is to if lie not overrate and if lie have moftns of him' Trails have none of t'ue best plan is for him to- health nearer home. Xct aitvuys at :f thit >ic in a smokv and part the city. The rhlcf reiniisit'is in thp car? and th? riire f.t :ire fresh air. is'.-.ins: -food and most riiffi- 'or persons .in poor circuni- It is encourajji'Tr to them ti consider that tivi disease is ir. pr.ipress. and that numbers c.f sufferers from it are ured. One little girl improved marvel- n.isly by slocpinc in a in tli" yard In one of tbo parts or a city. A your.c- man I know of has f.junti ifcj-it asfi profitp.lila outdoor -wrork In a lumber euro in and !s fast. V.'hert persons s'.ecp or sit in v. inter !ct them tske every precaution r.s-Unst beiss sitiir.e in r. fiSsh j-leciiinc in in season. H. u. fLa Place. A correspondent asked some weeks ago for a recipe for "sweet iwets." are still waiting- for it. Thank- you for tehing how to can -We -tbo. uo not like to have beers verv sour ve; a sauce of butter, dashed with vine- takes off the insipid taste wiMi- out affecting- the sweetness. An Unusual Dish Kindly ask some contributor iave a. recipe The number of letters' received by Jhe of "head noises" as it ooes not affect the hearing, bear k as philosophically aj. you can. can f6 Annoyance which is not ?lftp n-n the affection proceeds nervous condition. the singins ana the buzzing- tenfold-worse Think or something else, and the noise sub- sides measurably, '.therefore, ns vour mind upon pleasanier themes great are' made to supply starving children with suitable food, i should say. ciiildren who are known to be imperfectly nourished in tneir squaJid homes. Xo official knows or cares what mariner "of nutriment is fabled to sustain tire, physical arid men- tal- forces of students belonging- to the higher walks of. life.. This work'is left to the-mothers, and guardians of the boys and. girls who are notorious- ly Incompetent to- select rational. diet for themselves. Give a boy a expend upon the -and the are ten to one he will invest 10 cents la a. couple 6f sand- -wiohes, 5 or a slab ice cream So much luncheon.' It merits the superlative'de-: pree. The only added touch'which could intensify. the crime reason' and nature is that the working- man so often substitutes cheap "whisky for th'e cider- which tastes, like 'molasses. It burns out the coat of the st-omach. dulls the brain and. more quickly and surely than unwholesome food undermines the constitution. It is to be regretted that the price of the vacuum bottle or jar denies the luxury to those who need it most. Still., it would be most wise- in the 'working- .man never eats his dinner under Sam have oaten their' noonday "'tr' of- the hedgerows' ----------try-bread are ranfc poison m long- run. The re- cent commission, upon the-lives "and conditions wife -pf this generation employs to an amazing degree same methods of Jaoor and housewifery that were. In A writer and lecturer .upon a lunch counter consuming- nunce' pie and doughnuts with that is alarming to "one who .the evils of si3ch food- "Hegular methods of inland drinking- would go a long wav' toward making healthier belnss ot most, business men. You hear a man talk of how business has run him down but nine chances out of ten it is.what he eats and not the business that has brought this condition. "Xew England sisang of pie, doughnuts, baked beans ant! cider, are cover all summer" long except en Sun-- "He eniirens the-gloomy, criticism day. or who must take his dinnor-pail to factory. or unfinished building at al] on working days', to econ- omize in other things until he saves the sum for the purchase of a'battle. Soup, -coffee or tea may, be kppt hot in- one of the vessels all day long. if. necessary 7sText m .value to; the iracuuni bottle is a _small alcohol lamp; which may IDC folded. Into a pocketable and will g-o easily into the bottom of dinner- pail or luncheon basket. Broth, meats, water, tea, milk or prepared coffee may: be heated over the .flame in a' few' rn.nutes. eggy may be boiled and bread toaered. lye "g-'reat fun" when :he -motor pdrty halts in the depth of a one funny "A cor.vcy A, Angoles. Cal.) what V kriow to' a taiTf curs for in eairs." It war by a srecinli.-t in w n man wo.-; mado almos: uvfu! In :hc hcsO.. H-: j.aiii an examination e.nr> -v caax; oi-rft> The .lortur'auc'- Hiiuninc I.-.M ;jjm iv.urh bromide o: fts !i- throe, t.'ws a Any. be Anl- to fny r.nt it Jurm to_a_ patlor.t to 'that man combined with a fr.io.i 'sslad th'-ri '''HP ETiUIon ot wator. U ounve or giji whits ounce 1. Vv'hr.t mav kidney iicaris To wipe; for l.i.-J That .irt'c-Io? r.to cy.id starch in the us-.w! w.lv, f .r.to water aTid v.-rnns as dry aa main Mrs. X, C. ili.'st object Mf-lons. oerea nxlnuL-le of tli-: jar outnumber stiro to ,-tri will cau-sf. t-jast. tea and lire Vt't, ij; denlinjr" with drills that important ;i.s know what fiiian'- tify goes tf> a dose. The bromide of I'OTaspujm nabit is as well known to pnysictMns rhe antipyrSn haint ivor n liundrtvl a month rHativo to "lie'iii noises." Hnvinpr from t'ho annoymgr aftoetioii for i'o y-f.-irs. mush.- Fr'neh ba'f-f-i (a tKuWd bnnaniis r.'u.c, lisron ftrd cream saucf, broTrn bread, toast, tea and rorrctf, LUXCHEO.V llir.ce or maoiterfi and sotato -with PSIDAY and cresm. panflsh. Oranges whole LUXCHKOX ii.itaiot-s boiled in their jaf-Kets. s-.ufne of onions (.a left-over) bread, aau mcrmaJade and DIXXER Yesterday's soup, boiled vilh ess sayfe. riced nnd lirownpd potato, cm.-.f-d Sauce. J'7 anted with top -a ana- ..U you for :.IP a .ifiwiircd in a Sunday psscr som. msdc v-j- ih Mi-.--, j. i. r- Kv.i Keferrod. T nn V-nnwiedsc o Mrs. urown ionnula for h-ard sauce. chicken anO rice rroqti-ttcs vccftcblo marrcw bnked TTTESDAY THURSDAY Or.-mse.- eerfiai anj cream, baccn sss, Quick biscuits, toast, tea coffcf anJ iwarrnprl sauti' T. ns, nnj SATTTBDAY ORBAKF.VST Oranges, cereal cresm bacon apples, waffles and honey, toast, teu coff-ie. LVXCHEOX nsn ia potato jiufC I.i'nibu.-K steaks, baked in a rsil anii with frierl friotl (tjven .'orn floatln; ;