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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY," NOVEMBER 14>.19l8 THE LETHBRIDGK HAt;.- ritf,Ts7VLn PAGE ELEVEN i 1^' veen themBelvea. HOLLAND IS pANNV. C6|),ehhagen,. Nov. 13.-Queen WU^elmina of. Holland, accordino to t% EHnWor*. tWi^etfef wished to ei^tlP hQIpJtality to the fO|;mer Qarman'MnporOr, whila he. reWiiin-d In K�f|#r)A Hp.weyer/tha P5WS-paper Jtlw. aa Holland, Itaal^feura the eohil(ia' daya itjwkt faltifietlr-abje that WlMiarii Hohenzollarn' ahouldljlve as i* plrjvate IndWJdual. Washlngtou, Nov. l-l.-KecouHtruc-tion problems, varied in extent and of tremendous importanco, may he worked out under the dlreetinii a,nd on the advice of a special conimls.sion. Prosl-dent Wilson, Jtvwas nnderalood today, is oonslderlng the appointment of a reconstruction comraiBsloii. The commission as now being considered in official circles would lay down the broad lines under which the nation would bp converted from a war to peace basft. It would act largely aa an advisory boarrl. Executive 'tunotiona would be In the hands ol departments and agencifjs now in operation, � �  ��� >   ^^ ^ POPPER, HELP MEI   . ' � --^ � �    ^ O * * O *     ' An American soldier in France is author of the following, which Is titled "The Clown Prince to His Pa": stand before the brave German' sol-gonderrun, diera. Oljj ;papa, I don't believe dese de cowirdly - Americans are shooting US'irlKh't iji'der ba^k.'* Some of our boys tbolc off der breialBt plWes and plii 'atn beWnd, but de fool Americans are playing "Der Star Spangled Bau; ner'' mlt machine guns'on dem plates. Oan't' you help us? Yoii remember In your speech you said nothing cduld Dear Papa-I am writing ; Bs der brave and glorious soldier under jny command.have not seen deir Rhine ior so long dat they have started back dat vay and of course I am going rait Idem. Oh, papa, dere has been some off el dings happened here in France. First, I started in my big offensive which was to crush de fool'Amerieati. !but dey icnow �6 little about military tactics dat dey TviU not be crushed like I vant 'em. I sent my men In der fight') *n big waves, and ven dey got to de iAmerlcans dey all said "Boo" as long 63 dey could.. hoUei;. Velli agcordtag to vat you ^ItSatvayls told'joa,' derc'^^ Americans have' turned , ai(rijfiy�. H^r! . blazes. But vat do you" tiilQlt? EKjiB tool Amefidans ddn't 'knotr" tfnytWijg^ about war,., instead of runniof de odder vay, dey came right towards ua, Some., of', demv:.:Fa�,, singingviomAthing, about "Ve Won't Come Back till It's Over' Over Dere," or some odder fool-jah Song, and some of dent were lat" flngiliko fools. Dey are so {gnorant. But,dey are offel recklesa mlt dere guns, and rven-^dey come toward us dt .vas'dat njy, ifien took a notion dey. wanted to go '.Juack to de (jl^ar., oIdfANCH0R 'mieno r - Db n a I d s 0 n faiieatfar sod Cat�o Sv^iam' new york boston MQNTRIUU. l^don liverpool glassow br|stdl ilRArTa-BSoiur OrdM, MtU or 0>t>U toTOrskt Britftin, IreUnd, aeabdbWTl*, IM^, rrancc. rortucal, Spain. SirltEW- UNEXCEIXaO SBRVICB F#r oil iDlarmavlou appiy to any oi iMi4f�BU Or;to eOMPANTS OFFICE, Se: ^� :;WW(S;�*ettini the>K?b6Bt:.,v ofii de Anierioans. We can , outrun d(Bm> ^Papa;" It *Vo' arei nbt ftie best fIghtera on earth; we are sure de best runnera.' Nobody can keep up Imit:^]l�-1.Vn^^e>vtinkv;nly^ �t^?,300,000, so that So�tl)Qrn Allier^afhJyii'doEe almost as wej.l;^^.t)ie whq|e'%f:.ti�ewfli8tcr pro- yclolRF AG^'iii; structipn era, are under'co^sidera- tlon. by the governments �if these if natlpne. It was said today .that to work out effective plans an ,)n- j| -t'ernational congreae of^ aaHcuItu^- .! -,j|| leaders, inpluding -both bii|li-? H gerent and neutral nations, .may {,' .hej.h^ld simultaneously with'^t'h'a |i ' )peacejCOflference. _ , � f ,1 ,r -�--.-._^;T  ) \KHLtEb IN ST*?EET RiOTS,^ J I .:..,,.jfk)iM|terdam, Nov. 14fli^NiTf#''. persons have been killi:d';iqr'|njur- \\ I �d in atreet fighting 4|t {|ft(^*acla, the, Pelgian capital, aeeor);i|^g to j; an announcement here tod.ay.. Squeeze the; Juice of two lejnohg. Into i; bottle ^"bntain.ln^s tlit^e ounces of Orihard Wnjte, sha.ke'vveij, andiyou have ij quarteiVi'plnt of the beat blisach-Ing and skin whitening lotion, and comsjexion beautlfler at' very, very �malij.cost. ' Yoiir grocer has the lemons antl apy drug ftore or toilet counter will supply tbreeKounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage'this weetly fragrant lotion Into the face, hock, arms and hands each day and see how tan, redness, "sallowness, sunburn and wind lid rpsy-whlto the skinfbecomes. Yes! la, *{irml08S.-Advortlaeuicnt. (Winuipeg Free Press). ThOj recent declalonpt the. Invalided Spldiera''Commission to organize a system which will enable them to keep in close and helpful relation with the returned man who has been re-trained uind started upon some new occupation in civil life, shiuld be of great service in 4110 efforts that are being made to help those who, by reason of dl�ab)lement, take their place again among civilian workers at Bomo disadvantage. The' experi-epce Qt tHe' /uepartment has ahowa t^.at Jts Sppdrturilty for serylce has ilVi' liieen ,|ully ;utillzed wheii It has car^4' foif,'"such.'v^ clear, soft ,of the ^exoallent worjj whlQh'the de- partment'is now doing should be of very great keueUb 1^ I- CROWN KtAND AND 4\ - To help the sugar shortage use Crown Brand or Lily Wbjite Corn Syrup- "delieiou�^f9^botesome and economical akerniatiyes for SMgar in Crooking, and Preserving. Corn is gro^iiji in Nprth America, while sugar must be brought across the seas in sjfcfips wliich a^e vitally needed jfor war purposes. Use (tU the syrup made from co^youi;#isb, while the Food Board is urgiiig stringent ecoapmy in the u�e d( Sugar., s |br Making Desserts and on Cereals. The Caiiacii Fodd Board has issued a book of i-ecipes and suigestions for lusiog Corn Syrup. Write to the Food Boird in Ottawa, for a copy, and in the nieantime go to your grocer for a tin pf4.H.Y/WmTE Cprii Syrup, or GROWN BRANP-Ck)rn Syrup and try some of the following recipes, \ CAKE WITHOUT SUGAR U cup aboptaning I'A ta^IeBPOon baking powder , 3 cupB Lily White Corn Syrup X tBUgar, salt, and �?.�io.rrif.ti,\rch together ; add i4 cup of cold milk,to make a , i,-;Bjn6p|^ mixture ; add gradually to the scalded milk,.and. .f,^'! thoR :i^jlci all the liquid to the melted chocolate, stirring 'i,;con3taht)y. Cook for 20 minutes in a double boiler, Btirrintf until thickened ; add vanilla ; pour into mpulds which have been dipped into cold water. Chill. COCOANUT PUDDING 1 pint milk 1 }4 cup Lily White C*n Syrup 4 teaapoona Benson's Cornstarch }i teaspoon vanilla }i cup cocoanut/ To comatwch add }t( cup of milk (cold) to make a smooth mixture. Scald remainder of tbe milk; add the cornatarch mixture arid corn syrup, stirring; constantly, Add tbe cooahut and cook in > a double^' boiler for 40 minutes. .The cooking mixture should be stirred until it thickens. When done, add the vanilla an^ pour into mpulds which have^bcen dipped into cold water. .Chill. MARMALADE 8 cupg water . . 10 cups Lily Wliite Corn Syiaip 1 grapefruit I'orfinge t 1 lempn Cut fruit iiinhin slices and allow to staijd in water for ^ hours or oveAight ijSeparate seeds and soakthenji ih part of the water. Cook fruit until tonderand add Com Syrup. Continue cpoking until jelly is Obtained. ' s i4 You know doctors order Corn Starch as a diet for invalids. We convert the cprfi stareh int<) jt(]i "sugar" form, a most digestible form of sweetening. . . .... ....... . Sqld by Crocfffi every wKwM. in 2f S, 10 and 20 lb. ftiw; "- The Canada Starch Co., Ltaiitei, Montreal. SUGAR 168. ' i"1 �'� -"'41' i 099917 ;