Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THIinSDAY, NOVRMBEIl 30, 1910 THE LETHBRIDG.E' PACK KLKVEN MILADI PHONE Mru. 'Whiddlngton will not receive tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Young of Macleod has been tho guest of Mra. J. 13. Ten-Ill for a few days. terlainlng abilities and did so 111 an excellent manner. The grand review of the ping pong maneators by Gen- eral Mlchu Muckl-Ili-KI was very amusing and caused much merriment. After the concert rofrenlimonta were served after which several dances Mr and Mrs W H. Pawson of Coal- were enjoyed, music being furnished dale have boon Hie Kueats of Mr. and by Mr. It. Needs. The program was A ru Hiimnhrles las follows: God Save, the King; solo. as j Mr. Kilner; review of tho Ping Pong Tea will be served at the Chinook Maneaters by ten members of the Hat- club tomorrow afternoon from 3.30 to tory: song. Mra. H. H.1 Johnston; male chorus, "O Peaceful Night song, Driver Deere; song. Mrs. C. R. Cam- eron; trio, Miss Dowsett, C o'clock by ladles ot the I. 0. D. E. Tho music department of the Mathe- sis club will meet at tho borne of Mrs. Stoltze on Saturday evening, Doc. 9th, Instead of Doc. 2nd. The Ladies'' Aid of tho Christian and Mra. Johnson; song. Driver Welsh; song, Mrs. Dartonl part Hong by choir. "In This Hou of Softened comic song, Corporal Waters; male quartette, church "wiil'sew at tho Red Cross. "Lovely Bong, Mr. Kilner; rooms tomorrow from 2.30. AH ladies j witn'ion, Gunner Peebles; song. Miss are asked to be present. j Dowsett; song Mr. Whiddlngton; I song. Gunner J. S. Taylor; song, Mrs. Mrs Buchanan's section of Wesley! Johnson; male, quartette, "Oft in tho Ladles'Aid will meet tomorrow after-1 Stilly violin solo, Gunner Downing, Brown. Moose Jaw, Nov. Tho mounted police this afternoon eliot and killed one of the two, either Hiel Nibisnillk or Milte Shumanski, about 15 miles south of the city. The local headquarters of the mounted police received this In- 1.30 o'clock this afternoon but. It was not stated which of the two hail been i mm EAT MORE GOOD BREAD, LESS MEAT: So Says Dr. Harvey J. Wiley, the Famous Pure1 Food Expert. He states that mouL contiUmi tiO per. cent, water iinU costs from ;i pound up, while bread is only Hi per cent, water und costs about iic it that brciul funiifOicM more energy per pound thun inwit possibly can. Of course Dr. Wiley meant GOOD breftci. And broad, to good, must bo made from Hour spotlessly clean, pure and of full food value. To use any other kind of flour, no matter how cheap, In false economy. The pariiuuJai- iiuusfwifu niuy feel Vtultc cbiiffdcnt of baiting big clean loaves of full food valuo if she USes i-'ium which can be. purchased of any dealer. Also more economical to feed the family Royal Household Bread In- stead of so much ment. noon at tho homo 10th Street. of Mrs. Do The ladles! society of the B, .of L. Ottawa, Nov. Robert Bor- den will commence a tour of Canada lln the interests of national service. He will make his lirst speech In Mont- real December 6th and will proceed thence to Quebec, then to Winnipeg _- direct, arriving there about December j boy, George R. North, who was killed 10th, and he will then proceed to Sas- in action at the front, is reported from katoon, Edmonton, Vancouver, Vic-i New Westminster where the family toria, Calgary and Regina, and will, now resides. He wits a of Mr. The death a former Lcthliridge maiesi society 01 u..u. Last night Rev. J B. Francis united F. and B. will meet for Red Cross sew- in marriage Miss -Elizabeth Davis of ing nt the home of Mrs. Merrill. 935 Albion Ridge and Mr. Ernest Toronto arriving at tho lat- 7th Street A South, tomorrow at 2.30. to" of Nobleford In the presence of a He ,je ac. few fnends. Mr. anu Mra. MetUetou fc R Bonnett Mrs. T. D. .Kevlli has returned from: will reside in Albion Ridge. Lacrosse. Wis.. whore, the late Mr. Kevin was buried. Mrs. Kevin spent a day in Medicine Hat with Mrs. Bar- re-au on her way home. Yesterday at the Hudson's Bay tea room tho Daughters of the Empire in charge, ihe tables being look- ed after by Mrs. F. W. Downer, Mrs. Holt. Mrs. S. 13. Jones and Miss Agnes O'Hagen. Mrs. Johnson's section of Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Kress at 625'8th Street South at 3 o'clock tomorrow. The ladies are asked to turn In their finished work. The marriage was solemnized on Tuesday afternoon In Knoi church by Rev. W. F. Burns of Mr. Murdock Campbell McKenzic. of KIpp, and Miss Emily Pearl Wood of Albany, P.E.I. On Tuesday afternoon In Knox church the marriage took place of Mr. John Rosenkranz of Cannangay and FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER Save all celery tops for soup. Very ni-ce French fried potatoes are made from cold boiled potatoes. Nutmeg will give a delicious flavor to any croquettes. A chicken should be drawn as soon as possible after it is killed. The rough outskle leaves of the and Mrs. Peter North who were well known and respected citizens of North Lethbridge for many years. Private North was a member of the 47th Bat- talion, and was killed with three others while getting dinner in their dugout. Jon which a high explosive shell made 'a direct, hit. Pte. North was em- ployed as one of the "runners" of tho battalion. Miss Gertrude of Claresholm lettuce if mixed will make nice sand Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. wlches. j There is no true economy in keep- Ing articles that can never be used The young ladies and young men of j" Wesley Sunday school are entertain-1 8 i'ng their friends at a banquet on Fri- day evening Wesley audito.rium. Afterwards a debate will be held on suffrage. Any young people are strangers In the city are in- vited to attend. A very enjoyable evening was spent last night when tho 78th- Depot .Bat- tery were entertained by the choir of "Wesley church, The choir wap out in full force and treated the boys to! a variety of musical selections which AND OVERDUE NOTES The train was late, even later than is usual on a Boston Maine leased around the house. Ashes, if allowed to accumulate in ___.....____----- the firenlace, will eventually burn the itation a weary traveler Was heard feet the andirons. line, and as they crawled through one ati to exclaim: "What a station tills is! They try to irritate one on purpose. Look at those girls in the refreshment room! Why do they dress them all in "Don't you said a fallow passenger in a moat solemn tone of voice, and with a look of awe on his face. replied the curious and fret- said the other "because mu uuv> ful' -traveler. VtlJ'IBlf Ul ntitv.i.iu'i'j. .in-.. 1 uuv> enjoyed Immensely hy the Bat- 1 they are in mourning for the late teFv- turn, Philadelphia Ledger. Heavy salads have no place with the dinner. They had better be served "with luncheon. the cauliflower entire, the leaves and stems that surround it are delicious served with it. By planning meats for a week ahead the housekeeper can save her- self a good deal of trouble. Milk stains should he washed out in cold water. If scalded In, it will impossible to get them out. Tuesday ia a better washday than Monday and most of the clothes should be.put to soak over night .in .cold water, I will move to 604, jrd Ave. St One door from rAy preitnt stand and In the meantime will tell All to Hats for Hats from to Hats from to for Also Mounts, Wings fctc., at a big reduction.' MISS MILLINIRY, ETC. THIRD AVENUE S WANT TO CONGRESS WOMAN of marriage, advertising agencies HIT HIGH LOVING COSTS BY A BOYCOTT ON EGGS New York, Nov. York city's fight to reduce the high cost of living began in earnest today with a boycott on eggs' by thousands of housewives. This was followed by a direct appeal by the National Housewives' league to President Wilson for the regulation of the country's food supply, and meet- ings of federal, state and city officials, and investigating committees, as well aa various civic organizations, at which resolutions were adopted look- ing to a speedy readjustment of con- ditions. Coincidental with the egg boycott there was a break in the poul- try market, the price of turkeys drop- ping from 4 to 5 cents on a poiind. A statement issued by Israel Fein- berg, president of the board of coron- ers, declared "that the present ;ilgh cost of living is directly reflected in an increase in the number of suicides, deaths from lack of proper nourish- ment and birth DANIELS AWARDS- SUBMARINE CONTRACT Washington, Nov. 29'. Secretary Daniels today awarded" contracts for 27 coast defense and two 800-ton fleet submarines. Eighteen coast defence submarines went to the Electric Boat wWng'KerpictaesV and by "cranks, company at and Miss Jeanuette RanktaJ States took inB company on Lake designs at nd stationed her brother, a former Har- hi" rnmnanv at vard football iilayer, at the front gate of her home here to meet visitors.' Every mail brings a fresh crop of proposals. They come from all over the United States. One man, a lawyer from Oklahoma, "temporarily em- ployed picking said he loved Miss Rankin from tho moment he heard she could make her own hats. A tooth paste company wanted to photograph Miss Rankin's teeth. It is willing to pay for the pic- ture. An automobile concern asked the privilege of presenting a new model car to Miss "Rankin she would merely consent to having her owner- ship used for advertising purposes. The latest excitement is a motion picture sharpshooter from California who has dug himself iu near the Rankin homestead, and made prepar- ations for remaining all winter. and the other to Lake company at at Jl.WS.OOO. i HIGH PRICE OF HORSEFLESH German Petition For Oiss'oied Army 1 Horses for Food The German papers are not all sound and fury, albeit those are pre- dominating characteristics of most of them nowadays, says the London Ex- press. Hidden away in obscure coraers one frequently comes across quite illuminating scraiis of informa- tion as to life under war conditions' .in the Central Empires, and since these little paragraphs are not writ- ten to influence opinion either in Germany or abroad, they usually have the merit of being truthful. The Rhoinisch-Westfallsche Zei- tuug, for example, has this little item about horseflesh: At Dusseldorf a noiind of horse- flesh, which in peacetimes cost.Gd. without" bones, now fetches 3s. 3d. with, the bones weighed in. Horse fat commands the same price. This PROHIBITION REDUCES NUMBER OF INMATES IN PENITENTIARY Ottawa, Nov. remarkable fall- commands tua ing off in inmates of the Dominion so notwithstanding the efforts of penitentiary is indicated in a. report: the military authorities to lower the now being received at tbe.peuilentiar-' price of the meat by selling disabled ies branch, and which will be included arnty horses to the local butchers as in the annual blue hook. The shrink-] cheaply as a head, age, it is stated, is particularly notice- The result Is that horseflesh has able in the provinces where prohibi- Deeoma even dearer than beef or tion has come into service. The re- rk people of Dusseldorf have ductiou In the number of unemployed, '.therefore resolved to petition the mil- owing to the war, has been another; ltary authorities to sell the, army contributory cause to the reduction of norEes to the municipal authorities the size of the prison population. ana to Instruct the latter to es- tablish a sales department adjacent to the town hall so as to put a stop to the activities of the. profit-hunting butchers. At the present rates horse- flesh Is a luxury, in which none but the wealthy can afford to indulge. A FAIR FIGHT "Does your wife love her neigh- "No, -but they conduct their war- fare on a high and honorable plan." MISS WINNIFRED HARVEY, B.A. Newly, appointed iecretary of the Ontario Provincial Labor Department which will work in conjunction with the Dominion Service Commission, Make your reservations To The Old County On large twin screw steamers sailing direct TO GLASGOW From Steamer gt John SATURNIA CASSANDRA CASSANCRA ATHENIA ATHENIA Portltntf Halifax Portland Halifax Tickets and other Information 'from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE 1 Granvllle Delight the kiddies "liny" Toylaiid. Von will 1'inil a splendid assortment.of toys for boys and girls and a pleasing feature of our toyland is the low prices.on all (oys. Miss Z. Keefe will take care of all orders Tor Hemstitching and Pit-ot Edge Work with a special Singer Heinstitcliing Machine. Silks, Satins, Cottons, etc., can be daintily finished at small cost. Visit our Dry Goods Section and see demonstration. Pieces of Hampeel Linens, for fancy Work Including doilies, center pieces, liuich cloths, (ray cloths, c.ush- .ion tops, bureau scarfs, dresser scarfs, towels, pitlmv cases, hand bags, laundry bags, fancy aprons, kimonas; boudoir caps and child- ren's semi-ready night gowns, corsei covers etc. These were bought at 33 1-3 off wholesale prices r.nd will be sold at less than manufacturers cost. These will be on exhibition in our window and on sale, in our Fancy Work Department. H.B, CD'S. SEAL OF QUALITY Sack 49 Ib. Sack 2-1 Sack 98 Ib. Sack O'QILVIES' CENTENNIAL. BRAND. 49 Sack 24 Ib. Sack 98 Ib, Sack ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 49 Ib. Sack 24 Ib. Sack THE BAY CAN 'SUPPLY ALL YOUR TEA AND COF- FEE NEEDS, FjN.EST STOCK PROCURABLE. Royal CrovVn Soap Two packets for Old Dutch Cleanser Three for Canned Tomatoes per tin Extra Large DlirP.iekles. Per dozen Candied Peel, Per pound Wethey's Marmalade; Per tin Pearl J.lmV Special Per tin Mrs a L-iquia Bluing! 2 for .Sunlight Soap. II for 45c 25c 2Ck 18c- 30c 59c 25c 50c Glfeo. The new substitute for lard. CJJr Three tins for........ NO.I 1; Dairy Butter. Two pounds for Fresh Eggs. s Per dozen Peanut Butter. Per pound...... Brookfieid Sausage. Per' pound Roast Pork Per pound Corned Beef. 4 Per pound....... Veal Loaf Per pound....... Preserved Cherries. Per. box 4 UC Walnuts. Shelled Per.-- pound Lettuce. xP.er pound F.umpkin. .Per, pound New Navel Oranges. Dozen 30e, 40c and 85c 45c 25c 25c 40c 35c 25c 50c 30c 50c WEATHER .40 24 30 45 45 25 38 40 42 42' 26 2S 26 fsi Lethbridge, fair'.. Kamloops, clear... Nelson, fair'....... cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy Vancouver, cloudy Victoria, cloudy ReginaV cloudy Edmonton, Calgary, clear. Medicine Hat, fair Lethbridge, fair Saskatoon, cloudy...... 36 .26 The .throughout the west has been fair aiid cool.. Forecast: and mild; Saskatchewan and Alberta Fair and mild. Westminster ladies' Aid Society WILL HOUD THEIR Annual Baziaar on Saturday, December 2 ,v FROM :2.30 TO 7.30 O'CLOCK In ilall, Thirteenth Street North FANCY WORK, HOME COOKING, ETC. TEA WILL BE SERVED. WOLF'S COMET ON THE WAY Expected to Be Visible to Naked Eye Next Sunvmer 'A gigantic comet, officially known s "Comet B" and sometimes refer- red to as. "Wolf's" .comet, is ap- proaching the sun at rate of miles a. day, .according to several noted astronomers .and by Dec. 1 Its brilliant rays may be visi- ble -in the morning sky. -The comet, it said, outclasses all others in modern times In Bixe and brilliancy. It will reach the point In Its orbit nearest the sun oil Juno 17, H17, and probably will re- main visible for about three months. On Aug. 18 be neatest the eartlval which 'time it less 'than miles away. .H should pa. visible to tSe naked iey.e; the summer months. Made in Canada Printed in Lethbridge YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEM AT. 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