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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBmnOE DAJLY HEBALD I'ltlDAY, NOVlirvlHHH Ui. Poultry Department Fresh Killed Milk Fed Tnrkejs Fresh Killed Milk Fed ClneUehs Fresh Killed Milk Fed Fowl Fresh Meat Department Prime Beef Chnii'e Spring Lamb Choice Yonnsv Veal Pork Tenderloins Butter Department Finest Shamrock Creamery Finest Crown Creamery Finest Alberta Creamery Finest Bonniebrook Dairy Finest Alberta Dairy Burns' Special Tomato Sausage, per Ib. Considered Superior to Any Brand of Sausage on tlie Market. Smoked Meat Department Shamrock Brand. Hams and Bacon used by first class Hotels. Dining Cars and Restaurants in (lie west. Burns' Peamealecl Back Bacon This'Bacon has tlic'largest sale of any brand in the city. Burns' Peamsaled Cotiage Roll Government Inspected Products See our Window Display and Compare our M2ats with what you. are offered else whs re Cor. 44 6th St. S. Phone 1654] [Main Market, 3rd Ave. S. PhonM412 and 1388] M> 13th St. N. Phone 431 TTTl i WHILE MOTHER MAKES MUNITIONS, BABY IS WELL CAKED FOI >ity FETS! Indigestion, constipation, biliousness and many ailments of the digestive organs are often the source of serious illness. At sign of disordered conditions take the reliable family remedy that 'is always CHEAPEN COST OF LIVING Alteration of Daily Menu by Using Cheao Foods The Kansas City Times says: Urent Sdn of Anr Mcdicin. inftc Wetli Suld everywhere. In 25 .DANCE IN JAILS New 'Mrs. J. Sergeant Cram rate of. the former .public service com- missioner, has obtained the permis- sion of the commissioner of correc- tion to give weekly dances for the i woman prisoners in the Queens coun- For the small sum of 4d a day moth- ty jail. Mrs. Cram has taken a great ers who are making munitions can deal of the work of reform ieave their little ones at this mode, tt day nursery located at Vvhitfield and women. A handsome grand piano, Tottenham Court streets, London, the gift of Mrs. Cram, lias been in- photos show; 1, tea- stalled in the room in the jail where meal aa In wheat flour, and, while it has doubled in price, it is yet cheaper than .wheat flour. "There is another wholesome food almost wholly neglected now, that was In every home in the old clays. "The average housewife, travelling Molasses, either sorghum or cane, in a rut, thinks she must have Irish i was on even" table in the last gen- potatoes on the table, no matter what eration. It is still cheaper than they cost If when she went to sugar, and there is more tooil value school she had been taught the food in it than in butter, the experts say. values in different things, and was watching the market now, she would know that sweet potatoes, costing only one-half as much as Irish pota- toes, have Just as much focd value ;V-i with a saving of ?1 a bnshel. A good men pioneers of the West. But wu cook would teach her how to make have been living through an age of sweet potato pie, to roast with the i extravagance, and it will be hard to skin on, to bake, to cut in strips and IB0 back to plain food without "trim- Try, to boil and to cook in other mings.'1 ways. "Sweet potatoes, corn bread molasses for a spread, and an old- fashioned molasses ginger finish up w'i 'food U. S. MAY COME TO IT New York, Nov. supervision of the nation's food1 supply I along the lines of the food dictator- j ships in Great Britain, France and j Uiitsia was suggested here today as the only solution of the increasing cost of edibles in the United The suggestion was inade by George W. Perkins, head ot Mayor Mltcliel's Food Supply Commission, on the eve of a campaign for tho creation of federal, state and muni- cake to cipal market departments. With umsn up .UUu was good th'o opening of the next session of enough .'or the stalwart men and wo-i the Legislature efforts will he made "Also, she -would know that' there is just as much nutriment in corn- Love may be blind, but it is seldom deaf and dumb. to obtain the passage of a hill under which a state market department may he created, the first duty of which will he to make a sweeping In- vestigation of the New York food supply with a view to tiling the re- u sponsibility for the present high cost of living. the dances are to be held. ADVANTAGES IN GENERAL DELIVERY There has been a growing tend- ency among merchants Airing recent years to in Ontario favor the general delivery system. This method of delivering goods possesses advantages, and is particularly apnli- modern methods for the elimination ot. waste. One merchant stated re- cently that where the average mer- chant raid 320 a week to the gen- eral delivery, it would cost twice that amount to maintain a separate de- livery. Another advantage was that the general delivery was more satis- factory and systematically covered the whole city. .So far as known it has also K'ven satisfaction to the One firm makes deliveries for all public. It has induced housewives to the merchants of a town. From Uvolsend In their orders with.greater res- to four trips a day are made, with an ularity. knowing that they, must be additional one on Saturdays and days [given by a certain time to be preceding liolilays. In Sarnia, Ont., j by a certain delivery. the wagons collect packages and take report circulated ,11 Canada lhat Sir Mai Aitken has been gazet- ted a baron is incorrect, ar.d was due them to a central building, when they are -and each wagon covers a district, 'itie jncthcd employed is similar in princi- ple to the city mail This practice eliminates the ex- pense of n nL-in n arate hor-cr. and wacons by individual merchants. TJiu development -is in line to a mis-reading of the official ga- zette proraclvatio'i of the. baronetcy iCon'erred u.non him last June. Fortunately for the average man, with (his brains arc not on exhibition. you come here for a suit of clothes or an overcoat our object is to make you a permanent satisfied customer of this store. know no better may to do it than by selling you LIAMT'eB. MA CLEOD EH OS. THE GREAT CLOTHlERSi i j OF THE GREAT 'WEST Car of B. C. Apples unloaded today. We are able to sell these apples at a price that every .'householder buy their apples for the wmter All No. 1 Per Box No. 3 Per Box Phones 1113 and 416 Next to Herald Office ;